Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:01862
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week, with rather cool nights and warm.,dry afternoons The Sporti .. .. ... .. .......... ..,1:JAClf 4
earliest possible chance for showers is Sunday afternoon, and then iUd! Ad.. . .. .. .. ..10,11A ? s ." "M. ro M" x +. x M M n .. w III" '''
It be fairly heavy storms. T ,
may / 11.
The whole southeast is under a dome of which is, SECTION B: 12 f rog.. t I I I ,II: ,',' r 1 -' -' 1'1''f;

causing the southerly and southeasterly) now pair and is holding N.;l.on VUltt; . .. ... ;. .. .IS ,
colder air from penetrating into the southland. A..aN.2..7..a .. .. ..

The south winds are mixing with cold northern air over the Crlm.. N>ws. .. .... .. .. ... .',.BH ''I' 'II/IIL'+ + i
western plains,causing heavy storms In that area, but they are not .n of Int.'..*. ... .. .. ..'.lIa J ', I I' ,
expected to move our way before Sunday; Traffic .lot I
Temperatures will be in the mid to high 80s into the weekend with Claulfted. .. .. .. .. . ... 11B The SwIIOthYl< I I III;I I L I j I I r +If c) 1

lows In low 60s, just a degree or two above normal for the season. Obituaries. . .. .. .. . . Jill

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N ting May 5 to Be Larry Brown Day in Starke I

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Notice.,. Larry Brown, a product, of Bradford the Tornadoes., Brown, then a Pittsburgh offensive line coach as The purpose of the Minority Committee guebi limn uie Bradford NAACP
High School who went on to ai slender 190 pounds, had never "the best In the business". banquet Is to raise funds for chapter.
:The appeal to the Starke Board of 14-year in football as offensive : played football before. Coach David scholarships to Santa Fe Community Larry's high school coach'David
by the City of Starke in pro-career tackle, guard and end with nurse says because Brown had not He distinguished high school College. During the past two Hurse, will review Brown a high
reference to siting a crematorium- the Pittsburgh Steelers will be the learned improper football habits he record as an all-area lineman,won a years. 10 students have already school highlights.
incinerator In Enterprise Park has honored guest and speaker at the was very coachable. Brown learned scholarship to Kansas University benefitted from this program, and Tickets for the gala benefit are on
been removed from the agenda., third annual Guy Andrews Minority quickly at offensive and defensiveend. where he was signed by Coach Pep- four more sholarships will likely be sale at Santa Fe Community College
The Board of Adjustment will Banquet at the Bradford Brown soon won of over Bradford per Rogers, a former UP coach then awarded this year. Andrews Center. The $12 donationwill
consider other Items that regularlycome Fairgrounds Auditorium Saturday fans by such plays as when he head coach at Kansas. An outstan- be used for additional scholar
before it. 5. broke into the backfield against ding career at Kansas at tackle and During the banquet program, ships. For more information on the
night, May
and returned a fumblehe guard led to his contract with the which will begin at ., Mayor program, call 9645382.
'Three BHS Classes... Brown, a 1967 BHS graduate, create for a touchdown. Sutlers. Vernon Silcox will declare "Larry Brown now lives in Philadelphiawhere
Three BHS Classes, 1959-6041, came over from the former RJE Brown is the son of Mr and Mrs. Brown Day", and Jimmie Scott will he operates two Burger King
have scheduled a "30 year" reu- High and played.his senior year for Brown was once described by a Willie Brown of Starke. make a presentation to the honored franchises.Incinerator.

nion, Friday.and Saturday, July

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It is essential that all class '
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members return forms as soon as :' ": ""
possible. In order that planning can
be finalized. '

For information call Charles Www Hearing
Francis, Ph. 964-7735. Tom Smith, y ,
Ph. 533-2038 or Bob Shannon, Ph.. W
9B4-5358. Postponedby
BHS Class of 1970...

Al graduates of BHS 1970 are en- I
couraged to participate in planning Busier Rahn
the 20 year class reunion. The next BCT Stair Wrlt.r '
meeting is scheduled Monday, Thermo Environmental Systems,
April 30, at 7 p.m., at Cindy Inc.(TESI), the firm that proposesto
Strickland's home, 402 S. Cherry build a crematoriumincineratorin
St., Starke. Enterprise Park, has asked and
For information, call Cindy Ph. received a continuance of its hearing
964-8953 or David Kirkland, ;P h. before the Starke Board of Adjust-
473-2372. ment which was set for tonight
(Thursday, April 26), said City Attorney
Bus Drivers Needed... 1 Terence Brown.
c Brown said he has agreed to the
Substitute school bus drivers are L
needed. A 40 hour driver training : ,\ continuance, with stipulations, and
course is being planned in May. Interested I the issue will not be on the agenda
should call Brad- r > tonight.
persons *
ford Vo-tecl, Ph. 964-6800, ex. 122. ; Tampa Attorney Rick Hadlow, a
A minimum enrollment must be tb- representing TESI, called Attorney
-4 f 1 Brown last week requesting the
met to ensure the class being offered Isc
kI "! ,,' hearing be continued, and the two attorneys
t' ; discussed the position of
Quilting... \ tlf \" --" each side in the matter.
'. TESI sought the delay for two
The Senior Quilting Group will be \ : \ reasons:
taking $1 donations for a quilt at 1) The hearing date Is in conflict
Winn-Dixie Friday May 4. and at lif' .... :', with other obligations of the Tampa
Wal-mart, haturday,-May 5, I' > :; ,f.1 legal firm, and,
, The Senior Quilting 2.)) TESI officials want time to do
have a booth, offering handmade, "iIiJI\IIJ"IiIt\! ( "- ; .. wrT 'some PR (public relations1m 4

reasonably priced Mother's Day "v ;, .,, ., .# Starke, such as visiting with civic
gifts, durfngUhe Downtown Jubilee, leaders and civic clubs, in hopes of
:Saturday, May 12, changing attitudes and limiting
damage to its cause.
,Barbeque Chicken..., a Attorney Brown said he would
The Hampton Elementary School .agree to the delay, providing the (-

Spring Barbeque chicken dinner isscheduled Straight-A Students Were Rare Birds... Department of Environmental
for Friday, May at the Regulation DER) administrative
school, 4-7 p.m. :Link Bishop, front center,'Is the lone senior to earn atr. lgh&-A'a at Danielle Smith right front. In back: junior Blaine McChesney. Junior hearing slated for late June, is also
., Dinners are priced $3.50 Bradford High for the fourth six-week grading period. David Smith, freshman Jeff Johns and freshman Jimmy Parado. Not continued.
plate. The others are' freshman, Heather Safer, left In front, and junior present for photo: junior Brian Canova. Attorney Brown said his desire to
see the DER hearing continued Is to
Golf Tournament... settle the zoning Issue first. If TESI
Bradford loses the Board of Adjustment appeal -
Earn at
The Starke Golf and Country Straight-A's HighJust Brown says its recourse is In
Club will host its annual Circuit Court, and the loser of the
Strawberry Open, Saturday and zoning appeal will more than likely
Sunday,May 56. Entrance fees for eight Bradford High students, Shannon B. McChesney, son of honors earth/space science. ., and E. Cruz, Dianna E. Dobos, TiffanyL. take the case to court, delaying a
the two-day 36 hole event is $75, or .7604 or just over three-quarters Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McChesney of standard world geography. King, Jason G. Norman, Alpesn final decision for months
with a few slots still open. of one percent of the 1,052 member Raiford. .James L. Parado son of Mr. and K. Petel, Danika L. Richardson, Brown said his stipulation delaysthe
The Am-Am will be held Wednes- student body, earned straight-A'a McChesney is enrolled in Honors Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton John G.Robbins, Kimberly M. Ross, DER hearing until the circuit
day, May 2, entrance fee, $5, with for the fourth six-weeks grading English III, Analytic Geometry, Lake. Parado is enrolled in SpanishI. Sharea M.Sanford James N.Smith, court has ruled, but not through further -
golfers being able to enter as many period which ended March 1. Chorus III, Chemistry I, Honors health/life management skills, Carla L. Stephens, Clarence appeals.

times they wish. Another 71 BHS students, or 67 American History, Honors Word honors English I, algebra II,chorusI Williams, Monika B. Williams. Attorney Browns says be wants to
Winner of the 1989 Strawberry percent of the student body, earnedall History, and no credit teacher's honors earth/space science, and Sophomores... Shere S. avoid the expensive five day DER
ppen was Ronnie Tumlin, Palatka. A's or B'slor.a place on the A-B aide. global studies. Brown Mark J. Crawford, Phillip A. hearing if the issue is settled over

Kid's Register ... honor roll. Danielle T. Smith, daughter-of Heather M.: Safer, daughter of Crawford, Jeanette D. Fairfield, rezoning; therefore,it is to the city's
.\, E. Go wens, Marie Green, interest to continue the appeal until
The straight-A students are, by Mr. and Mrs.Dan Smith of Starke. Ms. Gina Safer of Starke and
Kindergarten registration for grade: Miss Smith is enrolled In Spanish III, Sheldon Safer of Orange Park. Miss Deana A. Holiday, Amanda K. zoning is no longer an issue.Zoning .
Bradford County youngsters win be R. Manning, Michael became issue then Zoning -
honors English III, algebra II, wood- Safer is enrolled in ceramics and Loper,Clayton an
May 711. Students are eligible for Christa F. Modesitt, Darrell O'Nedl ruled a
Seniors... wind band III, chemistry I, honors I health I/life
I. Spanish ,
'kindergarten if they are 5 years old pottery LamontS.Mosley, William R.Price, crematorium is allowable without a
world history and fundamentals of
Link of Mr/and Mrs. management skills, honors EnglishI
: before I, 1990. Bishop son
on or Sept. I. Kristen M. Sapp, Metina L. Smith, special exception, although not
Call Robin Lee, Ph. 9644800 for Harold Bishop ill of Kingsley Lake.: typing algebra I, honors earth/space, Jane R. Stanwix-Hay. Kelley E. specifically mentioned, in the Light
further information. Bishop is' enrolled in drawing II, David A.Smith, son of Mr. and science and global studies. Stewart, Brenda.W. Williams. Industrial classification currently
honors English IV, math analysis,. Mrs. David Smith of Starke.Smith Is assigned all land in Enterprise
S3 Elementary... advanced tennis, physics I, honors enrolled in drawing II, English III, A-B Honor Roll... Freshman... Angie D. Baldree Park. The city commisstion and alty
,economics, and no credit temporary algebra II, chemistry I, honors Seniors... M. Bradley P. Ball,Emily D. Bradford, Brown are appealing O'Neal's decision
Southside Elementary will Cynthia Davis, A. Canova Ethan R. Caren
assignment (teacher's aide). He is world history, and agricultural Jason Starke Board of
Norma to the Adjust-
candidates Gayle Douglas, DeAnna J.
register kindergarten. also on the BHS golf team. mechanics, Wendy F. Cowie, Jonathan D.
May 7-11. Francis, Cindy W. Harris, Kimberly Ferguson, Jennifer. Glisson, ment.
orientation will be A. Johnson, Elizabeth A. McKinney Once that issue is settled, there re-
i Kindergarten Juniors... Freshmen... Byron E. Lee Eric W. Mason,
,held Friday, May 11,8-10 a.m. Chad G. Tennant, Cheryl A. T. McLeod Demetria C. mains other obstacles including
Please come to the school office. Brian D. Canova, son of Mr. and Jeffery W. Johns, sot of Mr. and Thomas, Steven M. Thornton, Stephen McNeal, Lori A. Mosley Misti D, disposal of waste water from the
Mrs. George Canova of Kingsley Mrs. Robert Clemons of Starke and Alyssa Weasels, Ronald W. Zurfluh. Erica L. Pfenniger Dottie facility and making natural gas
Downtown Jubilee... Lake. Canova is enrolled In French Ernest Johns of Starke. Johns is Padgett, available.The '
I, honors English III, analytic enrolled in Spanish I, health/life Juniors... Erik A. Alday, Jennifer R.Robin Prevatt D. Melinda, John A. C.Ramsey Rippl- permitting process with DER
Anyone wishing to display crafts geometry, woodwind band HI, management skills, honors English, K. Ball Christina B. Bath Register Robbins Vera L. ,will delve into stack emmlsslons and
Tr art In the Starke Downtown chorus III, chemistry I, and honors honors algebra I, introduction to Michael L. Becker, Melissa R. Inger Donna G. ,Jason W. other factors relating to the burning
Jubilee, Saturday, May 12, contactthe world.J history leadership, development/ROTC, Bosier.Joshua S. Crawford Mayra Smith Welty., Tonya A. Tatum, of hazardous waste.
Chamber of Commerce for an
application. Ph. 9645278. Ya'U,

'tome. UCAP Splinter Group

Equipment Needed...

Olympics The Bradford summer County program Special needs Breaks ,Off to Stop R

used softball and tennis equipmentas f ,
quickly as possible. To donate

equipment, call Dan CUddington, Solid Waste Landfill
;Ph. 9644911, or Joan MCKlan YL --:
.964-6800, ex. 149.
counsel and has entered a lawsuit
By Joe Cissy against NRSWA, alleging that the
Upcoming... aCT staff Writ. property Is not suitable for a landfill
Public meetings scheduled in the slight rift has developed within ,because of wetness, ponding
'coming weeks are: the ranks of the -United Citizens seepage and poor filtration. Using ,
3 Starke Zoning Board meeting set 'Against Pollution organization this land would allow seepage that
for Thursday, April 28, at 7 p.m.ID'' (UCAP). Six of its members have would contaminate local water,sup
City Hall. brought a lawsuit against the New and endanger the health, safe-1
Bradford County School Board River Solid Waste AssociationNBSWA riles and lives of citizens and
meets Monday,April 30,at 7 p.m.,in ( ) in an effort to thwart the ock: the suit charges. Nelson Makes Jovial Visit to Bradford Courthouse...

Bradford High School.. solid waste landfill being planned for Funds in the treasury and candidate Commissioner Maxle Carter Jr.. Ne.....
Joshing Etheridge
Starke City Council meets Tues Ellerbee Curve, just across the road available to UCAP should be with Democratic gubernatorial
day May 1, at 7:30 p.m., In City from the proposed site of a hazar- available to the committee for their Bill Melton,gesterlng at right, are l-r)Clerk Ray Kenneth Nornd Properly Appraiser and a Jimmy story, see Alvares.Page 1-B.,
Commissioner Joe Rlddlck Sheriff For more photos
'Hall. dous waste treatment plant. use in fighting the landfill, say the
Bradford County. Commissioners UCAP was formed to mount opposition Citizens Committee; since they are .
meet Monday,May 7,at 9:30: a.m.,.in to the location of a hazardous members of UCAP-and have con-
the Courthouse. waste plant at Ellerbee Curve, tributed substantially to the Building Permits Take Plunge in April
: Lawtey City Council meets Monday just north Raiford in Union County endeavors of UCAP.

May 7, at 7:30 p.m., in City and so far have been successful The group la now planning a rock Buster Rahn "'!" in construction costs according .Additions, S each. $89,000.
by $497,800 ,
.Hall. in that endeavor.The concert to be held at Waldo later this
Upgrades, reroof, B each, $11,900
'Tues. SCT Staff Wra.rBuilding to a report presented to the
Brooker City Council meets six member faction, calling' spring as a money raising event. Board 'Pools,decks, 2 each, $23,000
May 8, at 7:30 p.m., In City themselves a "Citizens Committee Profits from the concert should be permits plunged In'April, Bradford County Zoning by Billboards, ,1 each. $$,000.
doll month (March Darrell O'Neal.
from the I Director
of Raifoi'd'% has not gained the sup- earmarked for landfill opposition, Other Structures, 10 each
Hampton City Council meeets port of the parent organization to actively say the Citizens Committee. total exceeding a million dollars to The report:
at 7 P.M. In City waste disposal will be used for less than half the amount. Mobile homes 6 each, $36,800.
solid 'UCAP
Vail.Tuesday, May e oppose tlon a, ) money any Forty-one permits issued In April Single family residences, each, Applicants paid tt.lM lor the 41

.:, opera The committee has retained legal see Splinter Group... .: ) will generate approximately 158500. permits. \

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Page 2A TKLKGHAPH April :

State Law Sets Rules ,
New i'; ': -
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For Commercial Drivers Licensesby _

-Have nut and I....... -..." uuo or less, but tugiiner they are 20,000
Bu.tr RohiiKT driver's license. pounds GVWR or more. T"R
Staff Writ. Knowledge test required are
Have not had
In 1988 the U.S,Congress passed suspended revoked any or cancelled. general knowledge and air brakes, If
the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety etv ,
so -
Act of 1086, requiring each of the tion Have for which not had license any traffic disqualifications convic-- Road test is the only skill rest re- ,.,. +..+ y r (
50 states to meet the same minimum quired in Class C.Endorsements..
standards for commercial is mandatory. _
driving Have not been convicted of any j
licensing (CDL). Florida law re- violations of state of local law ...
quires that drivers of commercial relating to motor vehicle traffic con There are at least five en-
vehicles acquire a CDL not later trol (other than parking violation) dorsements coded T., N, P, H, andX.
than April 1, 1992. arising In connection with any traf- __
The current Florida operator and falc accident and no record of an ac- Endorsement T provides for the ,r
chauffeur licenses will be phased out cident In which you were at fault.' operation of combination vehicles
and replaced by classified licenses. Have operated for at least the with double or triple trailers. rtq
Classes A, B and C will be Issued to past two years a commercial motor Endorsement N provides for the
drivers of commercial motor vehicle that is representative of the operation of a tank vehicle designedto _
vehicles. Classes D and E will be _
classification for which you are ap- transport any lilquid gaseous
Issued to non-commercial driven. plying to operate, or, you have material with a designated capacityof
Regular operator licenses are not previously passed a skill test given 1,000 gallons or more. _
affected by the 1986 federal law. by another state which has a Endorsement P provides for the
To get a CDL, an applicant must classified licensing and testing program operation of any vehicle designed to Danika Richardson Blaine McChesney (left) and Brad HamiltonBoys
pass both knowledge and skill tests and that the skill test was ahindthewheel transport 16 or more passengers, Including -
depending on a number factors. test, taken in a the driver. Any school bus
One affect will be revoking the vehicle that Is representative of the designed to transport 11 or more I
licenses of unsafe drivers. for which are Including the driver.
classification you applying passengers
to operate, and Endorsement H provides for the Girls State Candidates NamedThe
Phase I... You must also possess a valid operation of any vehicle used to
Florida chauffeur license, be transport hazardous materials in
During this time period all employed in a job that requires the placardable amounts. American Legion Post 56, National Honor Society, Tennis all over the state will convene' in
holders of Florida chauffeur licenses
operation of a CMV and if required Endorsement X provides for the and its Auxiliary Unit 56, have again Team, and President of the CYO Tallahassee on the campus of
will be informed of the
requirementsof possess a valid medical report or operation of any tank vehicle used to chosen three outstanding students (Catholic Youth Organization) at St. Florida State ;and form a,
the CDL law. Notification will be
amounts of "51st state". They will conduct the
card. transport placardable from the Junior class at Bradford Edwards Church.
mailed to each driver at his last
There will be no "grandfathering" hazardous materials. High School to attend the 1990 Brad Is the son of Jim and Evelyn business of government for one
known address at least 30
days priorto on or after April 1, 1992. American Legion Boys State and Womack of Hampton Lake and week, learning by doing. They will
his birth month Drivers who
are .. have Senate and House and will
Exceptions. Girls State programs. Brian Hamilton of Middleburg. He Is a ,
required to hold a commercial The are Danika Richardson enrolled in honors english advanced debate bills written, by the citizens.
license will be advised to report to Class A... following persons exempt an A B honor
the local driver license office during Trucks and buses in Class A are from the requirements to'obtain a student is slated to attend Girls Statein world history, and chemfstry.Brad They will also have a Cabinet and
Court. .
commercial drivers license: Tallahassee June 15 through June is a member of the National Supreme
their birth month and take the vision semi-tractors pulling flat beds,
The citizens arrival in
and is of upon
authorized co-captain
Drivers of emergency Honor Society
and knowledge tests.After the vision boxes tankers and double-bottoms, 22.She
of vehicles that are equipped with ex- is the daughter of Sammy and the wrestling team. He won second Tallahassee, will be divided Into
and tests test described combination
knowledge are passed as
any devices Elaine finals in his weight cities and counties and assigned to
results will be placed on the driver's vehicles with a Gross Vehicle traordinary audible warning Richardson of Starke. place at the state
driver license and he will be given Weight Rating (GVWR) of 26,000 that displat red and blue lights and Danika is a member of the National class in wrestling this spring. political parties, and for seven days
further instructions for Phase II. If a pounds or more provided the GVWRof are on call to respond to emergencies Honor Society the French Boys State and Girls State is a na- will carry out the functions of state
or Club, Medical Explorers, and Stu- tionwide program of the American government, taking the basic laws
chauffeur license is due for renewal the vehicles( ) being towed is more
during phase I, it should be renewed. than 10,000 pounds. Military personnel driving dent Council two years. She playedin Legion designed to assist in the and procedures of the State of
Knowledge tests for this group In- military vehicles, of the BHS band and sang in Chorusin education of our youth in the duties, Florida as a guide.
Phase II... cludes general knowledge, air Farmers transporting farm sup- ninth grade. She participates in privileges, rights and respon- Two outstanding members of the
During this time period, drivers brakes and combination vehicles. plies or farm machinery or swimming and tennis. sibilities of American Citizenship, state programs will be sent to
who completed phase I will again Skill tests required are pre-trip inspection transporting agricultural porductsto Brian McChesney and Brad and to teach the youth of Americathe Washington D.C. later in the summer -
return to the local driver license of- basic control skills, and or from the first place of storageor Hamilton both also honor students fundamental basics of Govern- to attend the Boys Nation or
fice during their birth month for: road test.Class processing or directly to or from McChesney having straight A's this ment. Girls Nation programs, joining boys
issuance of a CDL if they qualifyto market, within 150 miles of their school year will attend Boys State and girls from virtually every statein
be grandfathered in or farm orDrivers from June 24 through June 30. It was started nationally in 1935 the nation for another one week
issuance of a CDL after; they B... of recreational vehicles Brian Is the son of Ken and Debby and Florida joined the program in session. S
the skill test administered by pass the Commercial vehicles In Class B include used for recreation purposes or McChesney of Raiford. He likes 1940. Boys State and Girls State are not
Department of Safety or a third par- trucks and trailers (not semi) Drivers who operate straight chorus world history and In Florida, over 550 boys, and the recreational camps. They are strictly -
ty tester. single trucks tandem units, school trucks (single units) that are exclusively chemistry. He is a member of the previous week as many girls, from educational programs.
buses buses garbage their known -- -
Also during this time period: passenger transporting
The department will administerskill trucks, cement trucks, described as tangible personal property which is BC Zoning Board Has Easy Decisionsclassification I
tests at selected driver license any single vehicle with a GVWR not for sale.Important.
sites. Appointments will be man- (gross vehicle weight restriction) of -
datory for skill tests administeredby 26,000 pounds or more, or any such Notice... The Bradford County Zoning for sale and repair: of Rosa Mae Hutchlnson...
vehicle towing a vehicle with a Board met Tuesday, April 24, and tractors.
the For drivers who longer operate
department.Third disposed of two Rosa Mae Hutchinson, a residentof
cases that drew
GVWR of 10,000 pounds or more. no Slade has been operating a tractor
party testers who have commercial vehicles, and do not
Speedville, received approval for
Knowledge tests required are opposition.The sales and repair facility on the
been trained and certified by the wish to be licensed as a commercial the of three
rezoning from
department will administer the skill general knowledge, air brakes, if so driver on or after April 1, 1992, he or that both applications were similar, in US-301S property for 20 years RSF-1 to RSF-MH to accomodate acres
ped. requests were made to br- grandfathered In when zoning laws a
tea-ta.Commercial drivers who did not equip Skill test required are pre-trip In- she chauffeur may s license continue until to it expires.use a ing the two parcels into conformitywith went into effect, in the early 1970s. mobile the home that was moved onto
!? property some three
spection basic control skills, and existing uses. Both applicationswill Slade was represented In the hear- years ago.
I for renewal he or she will be
report during phase may report Upon be recommended for Hutchinson said she was unawareof
road test.Class approvalto ing by Realtor Laverne Outlaw.
all tests and passing Issued a Class D license one of the
required upon zoning laws> when she allowed1 her
.county commissioners r at their Outlaw said there are three mobile : .
be Issued two license classes
CDL.Grandfathered "
a operator May 16 mid-month daughter to move the mis -
zoning meeting.. homes on the three acres, ,
but.iwo ,
C... > ro '
In.... Commercial vehicles in Class C Licensing J"eeli\.c. ,uc. Richard the rezoning Slade of received property approvalfor adjacentto will be inoved; which,put is OK, W, O'Neal vtng W said.;,.fosecurity
Grandfathering waives the road are Vans light trucks, buses trucks Fees for commercial licenses will the south bank of Prevatt Creek The zoning board voted 4-0 to recently that the mobile home,does
test only. It does not exempt drivers pulling two or four wheel trailers, be $50 for initial issue and renewal, from Open Rural to Light Industrial recommend approval of the request not meet zoning regulations she
from the knowledge tests. described as any single vehicle less except applicants who have received said.
Drivers who meet the following than 26,000 pounds GVWR, or any school bus training and are applyingfor
qualifications will be "grand- such vehicle towing a vehicle with a employment or are employed bya School Board Approves 90-91 School Calendar i
fathered" in during phase II. There GVWR of 10,000 pounds or less. (Ap- public or non-public school system ,
will be no "grandfathering" in of plies only to vehicles where en- will pay $20 for initial issue and $15
drivers of buses as they must take dorsements would be required on the for renewal. Each endorsement is A calendar for the 1990-91 school planning days rather than the usual Board Member Len Schlofmansaid
the skill test In a bus. driver's license.) $5. There is no fee for tests given by term was approved Monday night five.After he had no trouble with the MLK
Drivers must certify that during Any combination of vehicles the department. April 23, by the Bradford' School! briefly huddling for a public Day, but had been told by some
the three year period immediatelyprior where the towing vehicle Is less than Further information concerning Board. but whispered discussion, the school teachers they prefer five pre-
to applying for a CDL that he 26,000 pounds GVWR and the towed driving licenses will appear in the But the board and the Bradford board unaimously approve naming planning days. The 5-0 vote approved
or she: vehicle has a GVWR of 10,000 pounds coming weeks. Education (BEA) went to impasse the Jan., 21 planning ay for on Chastain's motion, second by
after barganing over the past Dr King. Schlofman.Ms. .
several months. It forced the school But there was unanimous agreement Chastain said the vote was in
II Council Upholds Zoning Board on Fruit Standby board to hold a public hearing listento to have five days. the spirit of compromise.

both sides, the administration and Asst. Supt. Wayne McLeod "We're disappointed because the
Busier Rohn willing to accept a B-1 classification, Mayor Vernon Silcox remarked, BEA, before making the decision. presented the administration case. we think the teachers have over-
let Staff Writer rather than the B-2 requested "The council needs to withhold its This, after the board had met BEA President George Bowen whelmingly indicated they want the
The Starke Council voted 4-0 to earlier. The B-1 classification Is decision until the zoning board several times in private session to represented BEA, and contended semester planning day," said BEA
uphold the Starke Zoning Board's much more stringent, allowing only reconsiders the B-l request." help plan the administration's teachers preferred the extra plann- President George Bowen. Four preplanning
recommendation and denied property grocery stores and laundromats, Councilman Travis woods said he stategy. ing day at the semester. days are adequate Bowen
owner Gordon Crawford's request etc.When was ready to make a motion on the Main points of contention were: After the discussion. Board says.
to rezone a parcel in the NE the question of changing the request and moved to deny the petition Naming one planning day Jan. Member Evelyn Chastain announced -
corner of Westmorland and Call request surfaced O'Neal said an ap- for rezoning the parcel to Com- 21, in honor of Dr Martin Luther the board would accept the school The 90-91 school calendar very
Streets. plicant can ask for a more restric- mercial B-2. King Jr.Have. administration's calendar proposal, similar to previous years starts
Crawford asked for the property to tive classification without going Woods said Crawford can resub- an extra day of planning at but with the change of the Jan. 21 school Aug. 2:1. six days later than
be rezoned from single family back through the zoning procedures.The mit his request for a B-1 classification the end of the first semester;which planning day to Dr. Martin Luther the Aug 21, 1989 start. But Spring
residential, R1A to commercial.B2 information had little effecton ,beginning again with the zoning would have meant four pre-school: King Day (MLK). break still coincides with fair week.
to allow for a fruit and the council and Attorney Brown board.
vegetable stand. suggested that Crawford return to Woods' motion carried 4-0. COun-
When Crawford addressed the the zoning board with the changed cilman Bobby Biggs did not attend School Calendar, 1990-91
council he said that he would be request. .the council meeting. August 20-24 Preplanning for All School
August 17 Pint Day of Clou. for Students Spllnter Group .
September 3 labor Day Holiday
October S End of First. Sin Weeks, (from page 1A)

1nqD( N WJIffiWPEOPLE October 12 Planning Day project UCAP Is engaged in said
November 20 Ind of Second Six Weeks Buddy Revels, President of 'UCAP
Nov. 21.22,23 Thanksgiving HolidaysDec. but "so far not one has been

COME TO STARKE FROM ALL OVER FLORIDA & GEORGIATO January. 1* .2 Jan. 1 Planning Christmas Day Holidays spent landfill."against the penny trl-county

BUY FROM JIMMY STRICKLAND January January 3 21 Students Dr.Marlin Return luther to Class "UCAP any bills for
King it. Holiday to -county opposition," said Pete
January 22 End of Third e-Weeks and Semester Schlosser UCAP board member.

((4X4s) $11,500* Jeeps $9,445 March March April February S-12 I ft*22 Spring Good End Planning' of Friday Break fourth Day,a SI Holiday* Weeks., Hazardous Florida First Waste.Processing.. Inc., a

aataMai ,April End of Pifth Six Week private company, has applied for a
May 27 Memorial "' permit to build a hazardous waste
Day a Holiday '
11 June 7 End of Sixth o-Weekt. End of Classes. plant In Polk county, thereby relievIng -
Jun. JO-11, Post Planning. All Schools the need for a site in Union Coun-

poll Holdaysi Sept. 3. Nov. 22. Dee. 25. Jan. 2|, March It, May 27. permit application is now
Early ...._ days Sept. It, Del. 17. Nov. 14, Doc. I, Jan. 30. Feb. 13. under review by the Department of
March 20. Environmental Regulation, and has
April 24 May 1.
been ammended two times to bring
it into compliance with DER re
>f Alan Rczael Wins ti U. for any reason the permit is
denied Union County will once
Drug Essay ContestAlan again become the target for a hazar-
1990 Jeep Wrangler dous waste plant.
Rezael. The plans that have been
1990 Dodge W-150 (4x4) RoundupPB grader al Southside seven-year-old Elementary second -- developed for the Polk County site
can be for
recently won the countywide"Just adapted a plant here said
Say No to Drugs" contest at Revels, and they could be ready to
PS, AC, Power Doors & Locks, PS, Rear Seat, 5 SpeedTransmission the elementary level sponsored by begin construction almost Im-
4 Speed Transmission, V-6;AntispinDiff. III the Bradford County School Board mediately."U
DER is
and the Bradford County Sheriff's happy with everything
., LE Decor Pkg. Over-Drive' Department.Alan down(there,all they will have to do is

Net robal plus doalom Ins Wlad options ft destination chargos: is the son of Mary and apply for a permit..to move the
Ha sari Rezaei of Starke. plant up here, said Revels.
"All they will have to do is change

Alan wrote the legal description of the site to

D D Do you do drugs: ? Not met Union County, and they can move
the "
plant here that
quick, agreed
Drugs messes with your mind,you L Dean
cannot be free. ," dent. Traylor. UCAP Vice Presi-

The only advance notice receivedwill

141 n Madison Sfe Starke f8dd44&JEEP SB OQd Children They nuke drop Ihch.out'of family school.very. Drugs sad. '1 iS permit be the filing of an application fora

are bad. At least two expert witnesses will
Do you do drugs( ? Not met A.lan R.so.iJust | be needed In a hurry, one to oppose
Chrysler ply I want to.be smart,' happy and Winner the siting and another to oppose the I
free: Say No, Essay permitting side they said. 1 I


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April 2 19tHTELEGRAPII P3! \

Trust Manufacturing Plant f

Gets OK to Locate on SIM 00

by Buster Rahn beard all the arguments in March, for enactment by the commis
KT f.... Writer and only needed to vote on the issue. sioners. In the March meeting, com-
Bradford County Commissioners Commissioners E.L. Norman and missioners requested a disclaimerbe
approved the rezoning of three acres Joe Riddick teamed on a motion to added to each platt, stating that
on SR-100, Just south of Goober's uphold the zoning board's recom- roads and streets in subdivisions of
Garage, for the manufacture of roof mendation to approve the rezoning. eight lots or less are privately own
trusses, Wednesday, April IB, over Commisloner Ross Chandler opposed ed and the county has no responsibility
limited, but bitter opposition. Chandler said Ward's Components for paving them, either now
Land owner Jeannie Culverson is currently located In a or In the future.
petitioned the Bradford County Zoning 'business"1 area, and the proposed O'Neal said the ledgend has been
Board for rezoning of the property site is an established residentialarea. Incorporated into the proposed or-
from Open Rural to Light Industrial Furthermore, Chandler said, dinance.
Feb. 27, saying sale of the he visited the plant in Keystone The commissioners told O'Neal to
property Is contingent on Heights and 'didn't like the advertise the proposed ordinance as
reclassification of the property. housekeeping." written, and the board will put it on
Jim Powell, owner of Ward's Components The motion passed 3-1 to allow the agenda for passage in May.
a firm that manufactures rezoning of the property.In .
roof trusses in Keystone Heights, answer to a question Commission Good News, Bad News...
aid at the time that he has another Chairman Maxie Carter said Solid Waste Director Darrell
;year on his lease, but wants to pur- the decision can be appealed to the O'Neal reported some time ago that
chase the Culverson property for a Circuit Court, one of the four monitoring wells at
manufacturing site. the landfill on south SR-100 is con-
There were no objections to the Doris Ellis.. taminated. That's the bad news.

rezoning, although Zoning Director Doris Ellis' son,Jay Ellis, said his The good news,contamination has Hello... .
stated the
Darrell O'Neal request family has owned the not been found in adjacent
property on
advertised and the site any Spactoton lined US-301 to wotch
was properly
Paradise I
lake, near the Keystone neighboring wells.
the annual
The Board thrlna paroda on 0 pleoMnt -
properly posted. Zoning
Heights Golf and Country Club for However, the county isn't home .
recommend Saturday morning.At
voted unanimously to some 50 years, and now to rezone free. The good news is tempered by thane end \
of the and sent it right Phillip. '." ,
approval request,
14.5 from the of .
acres RSF-1, Residential Department Environmental
M.II... Guidry and William Blair
forward to the commissioners for a '
Single Family, medium density to Regulation's (DER) requirementthat ;,:\
to the Lok. the .
wave unit
City at '
final decision. : ,
heard RSF-2, Residential, high density. ten additional monitoring wells chee-choe goei by. .;. ::I:1f': .. .
Bradford Commissioners Proposed lot sizes will be reduced must be Installed to pin point the 1 '
Th. Shrine Club iold out 100 .
the for March 21,
request rezoning from a minimum 20,000 feet contamination, and correct the f.tJ; : "
number of square chicken dinner, the proceed of : : ; .,
and also heard
a .
to 10,000 feet, and minimum situation when found. .
residents objecting to the square which to the Shrlner's crippled 1fl'4'!I" \! r .. ". '
frontage will be from f
reduced 100
reclassification.: One objector said children hoipltoli. It was the lint .
she saw the rezoning but feet to 75 feet. O'Neal said he has no idea about Mllout In recent year, which pi.... ,
signal Ellis said the 41 lot subdivision will the amount of .
required nor ed the Shrlners.Over
thought the owner was ng to money .
bring the property into conformitywith have a central water system, but no does he have funds in the current 50 Shrine parade unit. from ,:::. -
zoning laws,and was not aware central sewage. Roads in the sub- budget to cover the cost of putting all aver North Florida came to -.....,:..,. ',
that rezonlng was being sought for a ,division will be paved,conforming to down the wells- or making the correc- It..... forth. parade.
county requirements in the proposed 'I'
tions. "
manufacturing plant.,. : y
subdivision ordinance. .'
'" .
.. '
The commissioners, caught off- Chandler and Riddick made the Commissioner Riddick says the .. ,... .
guard by the objections, tabled the motion to approve the request, Trl-County Solid Waste Associationhas .
request, saying they needed to "go which passed 4-0. There were no ob- made application for permits
look at the property." jections to the action. the landfill at Ellerby Curve, in '
residentswere Union County, and the is on ,
In the April 18 meeting, project .
again present to argue their objections S/D Ordinance... schedule. Court proceedings initiated ..
but Commission Chairman O'Neal said the proposed subdivi- by area residents may delay
Maxie Carter, Jr. said the body had sion ordinance is essentially ready opening of the facility, Riddick said.

Paintball Game Area Rejected; Keystone Family to Keep Horses Despite Objectionsby I


BUI'.' Rahn rently owned by the First nament Paintball Field costs $15-20 name "Guildmasters" would be Mark Hardenbrook, vote 3-0 to deny roosters the residential and chickens being.kept in
ICT Staff Writer Union/Florida National Bank. per day by participants which In- responsible for opening and closing the request. neighborhood.One horse had
A proposal for a paintball game Sale of the property to Marchant cludes necessary goggles, pellet gun gates each time anyone came or neighbor charged a
died and buried the
was on property
area on SR-100S was rejected but a by the bank was contingent on the and other equipment. went. Board Review... the Fishers.
Keystone area family was allowed to special exception,being approved. The game Is safe when players are Bruce Scott and Travis Wynn, Charles and Sharon Fisher whose by Board of Adjustment Member Col-
keep two horses at their home After hearing two adjacent land properly equipped, Marchant said, members of a hunting club that property is in the Silver Ridge area on Davis moved to rescind the
.despite protests of neighbors. owners, C.W. Slade and O L. and goggles to protect the eyes are leases 3,000 adjacent acres,objectedfor near Keystone Heights, sought and special exception and have the property
A three-member Bradford County Haynes, and several members of a essential. A direct hit by a paint safety reasons. received a special exception, March classification revert to RSF-1.
Board of Adjustment heard the two local hunting club, the board of ad- pellet hurts, and a hit in unprotectedeyes Scott, president of the hunting 31, 1987, allowing them to keep two Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal
Issues Tuesday, April 24, and justment denied the request. can blind a person. club, said they have limited its horses on residential property. The said the motion may not be legal,
rendered decisions on both. membership to 20 hunters on the special exception stipulated the and some complaints were not ger-
Unlike the Starke board of adjust- The game, Paintball, gets it's The game, begun about 10 years 3,000 acres to prevent crowding and number of horses allowed (2), the mane to zoning issued but may
ment, whose decisions can only be name\ frorn.paint. pellets (fired from ago Is now nation-wide with a couple promote safety. property be fenced, and a pole barn come under the control of other
appealed to the Circntf4pW:,dec!I'iiienC at opposing players, which of fields in the. Jacksonville area, "Hunters aren't using toy guns, built to protect the animals from the agencies.In .

Appealed'tS 'air-I; :.mAXm'B', A ,PI1\' 'eeg I me, IB Marchant'Jayt may De.. : :.Co it ji l tfrig th rn from The'Fishers:have been to appealing to zoning board, spoke in favor of the sport are"agressive, and there is a with not being in conformance with
commissioners prior .depending on the rules by which the chagrin of the five neighbors.
exception, saying he had "need to check into the of
type people the stipulations, in that they now
the court. game is being played. Davis then moved to enforce
An appeal to either of the decisions Marchant said in 45 minute played the sport said once the,field and it would is great be using the facility." have three animals on the propertytwo stipulations in the original special
fun. Martin
was not threatened by anyone Tues- games, the player hit by a paintballis an asset to the county, if approved. One hunting club member sug- ( horses and a donkey), the exception,and added an amendmentto
day evening. out of the game, while a player in gested paintball players would shoot fence, about three feet high when require a 5 foot American wire
a day-long game has to sit out 30-45 C.W. Slade and O.L. Haynes, co- livestock and set fire to the woods. built, is down, and the barn has fence around the horse lot,with com-
Palntball Field... minutes, before returning to the owners of :200 adjoining acres on never been bui t. pliance within 30 days.
Paintball, a team sport that grew fray. which they run cows,objected to the After explaining his plans for the The Fishers did not attend the O'Neallald his office will dispatcha
out of"Capture the Flag,"Is a grow- Open woods, with trails cut by a special exception, saying there Is no 40 acres, Marchant had little to say, board of adjustment meeting, but registered letter to the Fishers Im-
ing sport, said Johnny Marchant, bush-hog, are ideal for the game, access to the property, except allowing statements by the opposi- five neighbors did, and each gave mediately.The .
petitioner for a special exception to Marchant said,and does not damagethe through their property. Haynes said tion to go unchallenged.The voice to complaints, from violationsof motion passed 3-0.
the Open Rural classification on 40 land environmentally. he would allow access, but Mar- board of adjustment, chairedby the stipulations to complaints ofFisher's One neighbor said, "I can't take it
acres at the end of Meng Road, cur-' Marchant said playing the Tour- chant, operating under the business Pete Schlosser in the absence of dogs running loose crowing any longer, I'm moving out."

BUS Baseball

Li II it 1 1 1 1 Team Falls

To BuchholzIt

964-72OO 473-FORD took two days for the Bradford
High nine to lose 10-2 to Buchholz
U.S. 301 & 100 Keystone Heights State Road'21 US 301 by KOA High in the final regular season

The score was 2-2 when rain stopped -
. Go With The Leader. 1990 Ranger'XLT ((4x2)) the game last Thursday after-
noon, April 19. The game was ca'led
with two outs and with Todd Gray
Air Conditioning, probably the best batter of the big

New 1990 Ford'Temp GL 4 Door 60/40 Cloth Bench Seat, area schools the, at the plate with no
count. When game resumed Fri-
Chrome Rear Step Bumper,'
day afternoon Buchholz scored two
Special Value Package. AM/FM Stereo Cass/Clock, runs In the fifth and six more runs in
Air Conditioning Power Lock Group, Dual Electric Sliding Rear Window,. the sixth to win 10-2.
Control Mirrors, Tilt Steering Wheel, Rear Window Cast Aluminum Wheels Iw1 The first five Innings were a good
Defroster:, Light Group, Speed Control L baseball game. BUS scored first
Power Steering, Power when Terry Berry singled and
Brakes scored on a second inning RBI dou-
Overdrive ble by Darren Eunice.
Buchholz went up 2-1 in the top of
the fourth on a two run double by
Transmission'LIST third baseman Jeramy Echdahls.
The two runners got on base via a
walk and a base hit.
$12,151 YOUR PAY Bradford tied the score at 2-2 In
Factory Discount 2,216 the bottom of the fourth when Bebe

Terwillegar Discount ..32 $8 Prevatt singled, advanced on Terry
503 Berry's second hit, and scored on a
Factory Rebate 1,000 sacrifice by Donnie Francis.

LIST $12,733 When rain stopped play Thursday
m the top of the fifth Buchholz had
Factory Discount ,1,000Terwillegar two out and one on base. When play
Discount '781 RANGER VALUE. resumed Todd Gray was intentionally -

Factory Rebate 750 walked putting two Bobcats on
base. Then first baseman Rich
Parker sliced a two run double
YOUR PRICE $10| which Darren Eunice couldn't get to,
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runs and putting! Buchholz up 4-2.
Bo Hersey relieved starter Kelly
Dyal in the top of the sixth and got
nobody out.. relieved
ALL PRICES SLASHED ON CARS & Hersey in the sixth. Buchholz bombed
Bradford pitching for six hits,
FINANCING three for extra bases, and six runs.

.. % on t selected models TRUCKS, IN OUR USED CAR SALES Bradford Gainesville on beat a grand Buchholz slam home in

by Andy
The loss ends regular season play
for Bradford at 515.

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Page 4A TELEGRAPH April 28. 1900r 1

I I Final Clearance for Du Pont's Maxville. Mine Expected Soon I I


Notice of intent to issue a permit to Clay, and Duval Counties, will end a A new dredge being constructed for .,
the DuPont Company to mine heavy lengthy permitting process over the use at the Maxville site will be"state of R22E R23E "-

minerals on approximately 7,200 acies past two years, involving agencies and the art"and will have a capacity of sup- ,
of land in four counties was publishedby boards at county, state, and federal plying 2,000 tons of dredge-feed per .
the Florida Department of En- levels. hour as compared with 900 tons per "'...
hour with equipment now in use at the ,
in the 19
vironmental Regulation April The "notice of intent" is for "conceptual Highland plant east of Lawtey, and .
issue pf The Telegraph. approval" of the mining process. 1,100 tons per hour at Trail Ridge,east

to the legal notice, any still convince DER of Starke. The Highland dredge will be A try
According The company must scrapped, but the one at Trail Ridge : i 'Ar
person "whose substantial interests are that it can meet criteria for digging and will remain in operation until ore in the
affected by the Department's proposed dredging for minerals in 125 acres of Starke/Lawtey area is finally mined

permit decision may petition DER for the site involving wetlands around the .. '\

an administrative hearing within 14 headwaters and extended portions of out.Cindy Smith, a permit processor with

days of publication of the notice, which two streams, Long Branch and Gum DER, said the company will have to .
by the calendar would be May 3. Branch. Conceptual approval means either ensure that certain streams and
125 acres of wetlands surrounding them : } :;
will be the final that final approval will be given if fur-
This permit, which will remain undamaged, or purchase
ther review convinces DER that it can wetlands for
one needed by DuPont to start miningthe endangered preservationat
meet criteria for dredging minerals in another location to mitigate for
tract, lying in Baker, Bradford: the tract. damages that might be unavoidable. .
.. .,. ., .. Mining operations at Maxville are
,. scheduled to 1992
," ""1 d. ; :. ',;'.:: "':'" .:,: ',.::. ,,';'il.'I I I r.,. after presently which the Highland plan will be

'E'.,D'I'm"O'RJ' \ i '"( ....'S'I ( closed. Trail Ridge, however will remain
1. r- !...
C :;
',(I .. ,. 't in operation 14 years until the ore'east
:",_ ,\ ,_" ,, : /"j ,
: ". "" "" '
," ". ... 'If" .".. .' 'c. of Starke and Lawtey is completely
mined out. The Trail Ridge dredge is
now moving north and will eventuallycross
This alarm bulletin has been sent by SR-225 east of Lawtey, and mine

Call to Action the Florida League of Municipalities to toward Highland. I COUNTY LINt -.--...-

towns and cities around the state: The DuPont Company plans to be ac- PROPERTYBOUNDARY _

tive in this area for at least another 17
Oppose Governor's Proposal to Reduce Local Government years or more. Trial Ridge will con- MINE AREA: IN

One-Half Cent Sales Tax Trust Fund... tinue operations for 14 years until its BAKER couNTY
ore bed is completely mined, during
contact their and senators and strong which time Maxville will also be MINE: AREA IN
All city officials are urged to immediately representatives urge another three at
opposition to the Governor's proposal to charge the local govermnet one-half cent sales tax trust fund a operating Maxville,for plus a total of an estimated years 17 BRADFORD COUNTY

three percent service fee. years. Further expansion in the future MINE AREA IN t:1:; :::
The Governor is also proposing to charge a six percent service fee on the counties' intangible tax trust may extend Maxville's time to 20 or z4 CLAY COUNTY
fund. These proposals would have the effect of moving$39 million from cities and counties to the State more years.
General Fund. The previous $31 million has now been officially documented at $39 million. I MINE AREA IN
The DuPont Trail Ridge mine has
It is estimated by the County Clerk that According to the Florida Association of been in operation 42 years and the

these cuts would cost Bradford County an Counties, the Martinez proposal would Highland mine 35 years. During that

estimated $40,000 in the next fiscal year, cost local governments $47 million this time it is estimated that the companyhas U ...,.... H.IWIM t C*.. Irx.rumiM .
and the City Clerk has been told that it coming fiscal year, and about $200 placed more than a billion dollars ruwr.mxviuc MWCB1JTR11UTIOH
Into the of including
of Starke million the next five Accor- economy thjs area 1BAKER COUNTY = 2559 ACRES
would cost the City approx- over years. salaries supplies, utility costs, taxes,
imately $5,000.In ding to FAC, "Taking millions away from and equipment. A similar amount is 2BRADFORD COUNTY a 1344 ACRES > OP MAXV1LLC
editorial comment the local government to help balance a state rojecfor the next phase of opera! 3CLAY COUNTY 2712 ACRES NINE aY COUNTY

Gainesville an Sun called the trimming of budget that is at least $600 million out of tions. 4DUVAL f 621 ACRES

the counties balance, only shifts the burden of that im- .NMdPwa.o.na .,.
Revenue Sharing Funds to History of Mineral '" v..u.._KMTTM M
balance to local UVIK'
and cities "One of the more underhanded taxpayers. Ilmenite U a black mineral that erod-
accounting gimmicks in Governor Mar- The Mayor of Tampa says that's "Kindof ed from rocks in the Appalachian
tinez's proposed state budget". The Sun like the Governor saying, "Read my Plateau and was washed down to the Although Ilmenite, when separatedfrom between Starke and Kingsley Lake,and
the sand of frail Ridge east of Lawtey, reaching two of its
continues: lips Raise YOUR taxes." ocean and gulf thousands of years ago quartz
when Florida was still submerged. where it Ia now found Ia coal black ana highest points near the town of
"Local governments receive little * When the seas subsided and the penin- about the consistency of talcum Highland and the Trail Ridge mining offices -
enough succor from the state legislature sula began rising above sea level wind powder It turns snow white when ox- where it reaches an elevation of
Martinez doesn't worry about City and and wave action deposited Ilmenite and idized and is used by DuPont as a white approximately 270 feet above sea level.
mostly they are handed upon to County officials being defeated at the other minerals along the highlands that paint pigment in top grade paints. It is Other minerals found in the quartz
mandate with previous little funding polls by levying new taxes, as long as he are now called Trail Ridge, and which also used to opaque thin fine paper sand include staurolite, an abrasive
pay for them without having to worry is re-elected by echoing President Bush's were the original beaches of Florida. such as used in Bibles as well as many. substance used in blasting and also in

about Florida's No-New-Taxes Governor battle cry, "READ MY LIPS". Until the period after World War II other uses. cement production; and zircon, which
cutting deeper into local revenue. the DuPont was 11- Trail Ridge which extends from the is now in high demand for a number ofuses
bail the No doubt the Legislature, will, be menite from company India'. for use in its''r'. Georgia line to the lake area around!*' in ceramics wwi(artificial gem
"Martinez proposes to help shortfalls by reading plenty of lips from City and Coun- pigments rant In Wilmington: Dela: (11 t,orl ;It Keystone Helghts'runs. ''north' nd II awol UtI1lotbG el storleg.3lS-1'd. tTi'1;: 1roeuU Jf
state out of its revenue ty Commissioners and they'll all be say- .qr
cities and counties a service fee
charging ing "If you cut our money..cut your
on the distribution of two sources of mandates!

revenue sharing." Starke's Love'
Legacy of SingersGet

A Political CampaignThat

I Red Carpet Treatment at Capitolwhich

Will Send a MessageIn

Legacy of Love"was first Introduced -
"The Legacy of Love", Starke's con-

its widely read editorial column The And apparently the voters ARE wisingup tribution non-polluting to the worldwide movement antilitteringand seems ed grassroots Starke over- air ago, with con-the

St. Petersburg Times says, "The Florida and listening.A well on the way to becoming Florida's ceived by Starke and

governor's race has just become the most poll released last week by three Earth-Day theme song after an event- businessman Guy Andrews.. He was
important election campaign in the ful three-day invasion of Tallahassee bya joined in the effort by local songwriter
Florida daily newspapers indicated that of 34 LaVon Drivas a music teacher in the
group spirited young singers,
United States this,year. It would be no ex- the $100 per donor limit set by Chiles and age four to 17. ,Bradford County schools.. Mrs. Drivas
aggeration to call it the most important in MacKay might not be such a risk, after wrote the lyrics and music, and
Their dizzy round of activities began
memory. all and might even turn into an asset. with participation in ceremonies for the prepared 37 auditioned singers from the
schools to the
Until the entry of Chiles and MacKay, The poll showed that a majority of voters'are state s official opening Earth Day 1 county carry project.

The Times says "...the campaign was getting fed up on big spending for celebration in Tallahassee's famous The popular song was recorded at
Professional Media Studios In
McClay Gardens at noon Sunday
simply a matter of money. Would negative advertising, and are sending a
followed Monday by an appearance Inthe Gainesville,and led to the production of
Republican incumbent Bob Martinez message that they want a discussion of Capitol rotunda where "Legacy" a video filmed in Starke and directed by

meet his declared $15-million goal? issues, not of personal faults of which was sung to 'a mixed audience of Andy King, son of TV talk-show host

Would Democrat Bill Nelson raise there are usually plenty on both sides. legislators, attaches, and the public. Larry King."Legacy".

enough for an effective advertising cam- Following a tour of the Governor's has gone on to achieve
paign?" Win or lose, if Chiles and MacKay bring mansion, the young singers were local regional and state recognition.
treated in the afternoon with swimmingand Further Information and tapes of the
some sense of reality back into the cam-
But the biggest issue now is whetherthe videos be
boating at Wakulla Springs.Tuesday's may obtained by contacting
voters are ready to put a stop to the paign, rather than the glitzy panorama of Earth One Productions Inc.,Rt.1.Box]
highlight was an
buying and selling of public office. The photo opportunities that campaigns have pearance before the State Cabinet,ap-ar- '695. Starke, FL 32091, or phone
into in '
Times asks, "Are the people willing to degenerated recent years, they ranged by Secretary of Education Betty 904-9844846.
listen to candidates who intend to spend will have served a worthwhile purpose in Castor,where the performance broughta '
American politics.As standing ovation from Governor Mar- plans to produce 30-minute prO-
their campaign pursuing issues instead of tinez and other Cabinet members. The gram of how the "Legacy of Love"came LettersFourth-
money?" singers were introduced by Bradford into being, and the goals It hopesto
MacKay puts it, "If we do nothing native and Commissioner of achieve.
County .
As The Times sees it, "How Florida .
we're to raise the level of
more, going Agriculture Doyle Conner who enter-
The Legacy group began its eventful Fourth
these will be watched
answers questions debate, raise the level of consciousnessand tained the group afterward in his cff ice.. weekend with. an appearance'"at, an
closely not only throughout the nation but I hope, raise the level of ethics in Secretary Castor announced her intention Earth Day kickoff celebration for At Southside School
overseas, where the newly liberated na- Florida government. to use "Legacy of Love" in the en- Alachua County Saturday morning In Want Forest SavedTo
tions of Eastern Europe are trying to vironmental program she plans to in- Gainesville's Oaks Mall. They also the Editor:
If do this they will have troduce in Florida schools next fall.
learn democracy under the dubious they performed opened the University of Florida Earth
tutelage of American political con- a great service to Florida and the Na- The group also visited the Senate Day program at noon Saturday In Southstde The Fourth Grade classes of
Elementary School taking
sultants. Can the great American exam- tion. And according to early polls, whichare Chamber Tuesday morning hosted by Florida State Museum. a stand to save Alaska's Tongan are

ple be saved from the corruption into subject to change, of course, Chiles Senator Sherry Walker where they National Forest. They are appealing to
which it has been inevitably descending? was leading Nelson By 67 to 12 percent in sang their theme erected song projected the on a our two United States Senators,Senator
large screen above podium.
Ne.d.d. Bob Graham and Senator Connie Mack
the primary, and would be leading Mar- treated to outdoor lun- Equipment ..
They were an
to Billt
"The founders of this republic would pass a Tongan Timber Reform ,
tinez 52 to percent if the election were cheon at the new capitol. hosted by The Bradford County Special t will
really work for the environ-
not recognize it Before asking for
held Senator Walker and
last week. Representatives Olympics summer program needs ment, fishermen native Americans
votes, candidates sell their soul to raise George Cradyand Chance Ervine. used Softball and tennis equipmentas and all of us in the generationwho
Nelson has not started his television younger
The more they raise, the yet ickly as possible. To donate
money. money ,' Senator Tom McPherson chairman care for the future of our world.We
nastier or more pointless the campaigns campaign, which will doubtless improvehis of the Senate Environmental\ Council,_ equipment, call? Dan Cuddington are opposed to the compromise versionof
beco & standing in upcoming polls. But the was impressed by the song and plans to Ph. 9644911, or Joan McKlnney; the Tongass Timber Reform Act
Chiles's lead might just Indicate .that use it in his committees program. 904-6800, ex. 149. which Is up for vote by the United States

monumental"Chiles and MacKay in are taking their a voters are weary of having their officials Throughout the two days, the group Job Corp... Senate. Thank you,
gamble limiting picked on the basis of which One spendsthe was photographed and Interviewed by Thea Bell,John McMillan.
contributions to $100 per donor. At that most money. If he and MacKay do television and press photographers and Young men and women, ages

rate they will never raise as much as that it will indeed be, like The Times reporters and several TV stations car- 16-31,Free think Job about training Joining self-paced the Job Young Enthusiast

Martinez already has. But if the voters says, "the most important election in the ried coverage of the Tallahassee A visit corp.program learn a skill and earn Wants Dairy Goat
on Tuesday night programs. professional
are listening they shouldn't have to. while learn. For Show for Fair
United States this year". artist sketched a large portrait of money you more
the group during their appearance In Information, contact Irene Pierce Dear Editor:
the capitol rotunda, which may be usedin Johnson, at Job Service of Florida
publicity posters later. 1430 South First St., Lake City, or I am 7 years old and raise a Dairy
\p Rib Cols call Ph. 738-0433. Goat. I drink the milk because of
.4cewt Interest! was also shown In the group aUeqlea. I would like to see the Brad-
1879 bv the statewide Sunshine TV.network, ;, ford County Fair have a Dairy Goat

.. itiliij! plt Show like Clay County Fair has.

There were lots of kids that showed
kids at the Clay County Fair. Many
C> K*O.FIGUSONJOHN M.Mail don't have the space for a pig or
r cN ,....".....* cow.A goat does not need the space thata

Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at p ? a cow pig would might.need Md nor goats'create also the keep smell the

the Post Office at Starke.Florida under Act of March 3. 1879. ... 1d grass cut.Please .

Phone M4-10S Subscription Rate In Trade Area: $M.00 per year S3,CO six months think bt a Coal Show *tn**
P.O. Drawer A; *tofc., Florida Outside Trade Area: S 19,00 per year; $8.SO six month" Each cigarette you smoke locr..... your risk of cancer. When you smokeon futwt .,,_ .'
20 times to die of .. J
a regular basis you are ten to more likely lung eaneer.
Isaac Hoffman

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I' vcial Events. Births

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4) Kristen Ann Tew George Colton Crews

David and Donna Tew of Starke Mark and Larl Ann Crews of
announce the birth of their daughter, Brooker announce the birth of their
I KrIsten Ann, born March 30, in son, George Colton born March 6 in
Gainesville. She Joins a brother, Alachua General Hospital. He
Michael David. weighed 9 Ibs. S cz. and was 22" in
Y Maternal grandparents are Mr. length.
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"J 4 Yf I t' r I ;'and Mrs. John Samons and the late Maternal grandparents are Mr.
+ ,Ann Samons of Starke. and Mrs. C. Alfred Johns of Waldo.
Paternal grandparents are Homer Maternal great grandparents are
and Jessie Tew also of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. George Reddish of

Cedar Key.Paternal.
Sarah Alice Coss grandparents are Mr.

Frank and Joanna Coss of Bent- and Mrs.Allen B. Crews of Brooker,
water England, announce the birth with two aunts,Sara Crews and Amy
fkfF'r of their daughter, Sarah Alice, born Crews. Paternal great grandmotherIs
April 3 in England. Mrs. Freida Crews of Jackson- I

.. Paternal grandparents are An- ville.
toinette and Richard Coss of Starke.
i .At... H Paternal great grandmother is Antoinette Kellen Randall Crawford

"':-.',. Klein of Upland, Pa. Dennis and Diana Crawford of
Maternal grandparents are Mary i ake Butler announce the birth of
'and Daen Day of. Minchinhampton, their son, Kellen Randall,born April
England. 17, in Gainesville. He weighed 6 Ibs.
....' 15 oz. and was 21 Inches in length.
'.a1.1'10l" Josalynn "Hailey" ReichertMr. Maternal grandparents are Calvin

and Mrs. Joseph C. Reichert and Linda Pace of Lake Butler
f Ill of Starke announce the birth of Maternal great grandparents are
their daughter, Josalynn "Hailey" Bob and Elizabeth Mathews of
born April 16, in Alachua GeneralHospital. Starke, and Dollie Pace of Lake
Mrs. Janie R. Thompson Gainesville. She joins a Butler. Maternal great great grand
brother, Jonathan "Hunter" father is Roger Tanner of Pro-

Mrs. Janie R. Thompson Reichert. vidence.
a r Maternal grandparents are Mr. Paternal grandparents are Bill
Celebrates 90th Birthday and Mrs. Leroy Grif fis of Starke. and Joyce Crawford of Lake City
Paternal grandfather is Joseph C. and great grandmother is Annie
Reichert, Jr. of Lake Butler.Hazelilardy. Lanier of Lake City.
Mrs.Janie Roes Thompson celebrated her 90th birthday Monday April
9,with party at the home of Marvin and Louise Rosier i
TV r
1 by her three daughters, Louise Rosier of Lawtey, Carolyn of President I
Mr.A Mrs.Phillip D.Grlffls Starke, and Gladys West of Williamsburg, Va. New Club
Mrs.Thompson was born April 9, 1900,in Citronella,Fla.where she liv- -
,Cheryl L. Plotner, Phillip Griffls ed until she was married in 1916, then residing in Dunnellon, Fla., until New officers were elected for the meeting and served a buffet lunch in
Wed March 24 in Colorado she moved to Starke during World War II. She owned and operated a 1990-92 administration at the Annual the sun room.The table was covered
tailoring shop at Camp Blanding until the war was over and then she mov- Meeting of Starke Woman's Club with a lace cloth with a centerpieceof
Cheryl Lynn Plotner and L/Cpl Phillip Duane Griffis were united In ed to Jacksonville where she lived for 40 years. held Wednesday, April 18, as spring silk flowers arrangement.The .
marriage on March 24 at Grand Junction. Colorado. The party was held by the enclosed pool where the large room was follows: head table covered with a lace
The bride igroom daughter of Phillip and Jackie Plotner of Clifton, Col decorated with live plants end helium balloons adding to the party-like at- Hazel Hardy president; first vice cloth had a centerpiece of white
orado..The is the son of Duane and Gertrude Griffis of Starke. He mosphere. president, Christie Toro ie; second hydrangeas in a green glass vase
is also the grandson of Paul Griffls of Keystone Heights and Betty Doyleof Among the 60 to 70 guests attending this memorable occasion were vice president, Barbara Navitsky; mounted on a pedestal while the
Callahan. Mrs. Gertrude Cruce is his maternal grandmother. family members representing five generations. Mrs. Thompson is third vice president, Debbie Flynn; small tables were covered with pink
The couple are residing at Camp Pendleton California, where the mother of six children, three sons (all deceased) and three daughters.She fourth vice president, Vickie Teal; cloths and had centerpieces of
groom' la stationed,He la a graduate of Bradford l High School, 1988. has 13 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren, and five great great treasurer Betty Warren; recording miniature bottles filled with pansies.
grandchildren. secretary, Muriel Norman; cor- Fern and spring flowers were on
Elaine Southerland, Shane, McRae Wed March 30 responding secretary, Peggy side tables and a potted Easter lily
Thomas. The program for this was on the piano.
Shane McRae and Elaine Stokes of Brooker. meeting was presentation of annual Officers will be installed at the
.Southerland were united in marThe groom Is the son of Bill McRae MarriagesTerri reports from the officers and May breakfast meeting May 2.
risge March 30 at the courthouse in of Lake Butler and Willa McDavid of Upcoming chairmen. Reservations should be made by
.Gainesville. Brooker. President Saundra Green presidedover April 27. Plan to attend and bring a
The bride.the daughter of Bruce The couple is currently residing in the meeting. Blessing before prospective member or guest. Call
Southerland of Alachua and Nettle Brooker. L. Kennan, Adrienne Barry, the luncheon was given by Peggy Vickie Teal, 964-5520 or 964-7423.

Matthew D. Clark Alex PopeTo Thomas and devotional by Mona
Wed 5 Canova on Ecology, Planet Earth to
May Wed May 5 remind us of Earth Day, April 22. Music ProgramTo

Weddings Portraits Young at Heart Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kennan of Adrienne J. Barry of Starke, Mrs. Canova urged all members to Be Held
Set MeetingThe Waldo announce the engagementand daughter of Marty Barry and the I think about what everyone can do to I
approaching marriage of their late Dr. A.J. Barry, and Alex: Popeof I promote this program locally. The Sunday, Apr. 29 I
Young At Heart of the First daughter, Terri Lynn, to Matthew Huntsville, Ala., son of Rev. and I scripture reading was from Genesis The Rev Torrance Robinson Jr.
5> Baptist Church will have their Dane Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. I.A. Pope, announce their MayS and Psalm 24. She concluded the Choir will ,
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w "tYr. regular monthly meeting Thursday Jimmie Clark, Sr. of Starke. wedding date. devotional with the group singing, sponsor a j
r ; May 3, at noon In the new fellowship The wedding will be an event of The ceremony will be held in the I "God Bless America", with Mrs. pm.travaganza in Greater Sunday Allen, April AME 29 Church, at 3,
hall. May 5, at Victory Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Starke at q I Canova playing the piano accom Starke. f
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Pace(A TELEGRAP1 April 26,1990 to their ways of lile.
Ing portraits were lent home with Don't forget Report cards go conducting the tour and providing The weather is very cold in KhtaAU1 Base, they have three
Elem. our students on April 17. Plaease home Tuesday May 1. the delicious cookies and punch I I Greenland, the temperature can different types of leasons. They
Southside look for the price list and envelope On March 26 & 27, the Mrs.Brewer's class proud to an- drop to -100 F. They have to wear have the dark season, that's three
for you to use for payment. If you do kindergarten classes were given a nounce the hatching of three baby layers of clothes to keep warm. HU months 01 total darkness; they have
School NewsWe not wish to purchase the pictures, tour of the Bradford County chicks during the week of April 26. base Is located 600 miles South of the a twilight season, that' three mon-
you must send them back to the Hospital. The tour included visits to A very special thanks to Rod North Pole. The weather can turn ths of dusk. The sun does not rise or
hope you were able to enjoy the school. We are setting the time limit the Emergency Room, Physical Buchele for the eggs, incubator,and ,cold at anytime. set. It stays on the horizon. Then
Bradford County Fair. We were of two weeks for this campaign. We Therapy Rooms, X-Ray rooms, help. This was an unforgettable ex Because of the cold climate,there three months of the day season.
very very proud that Southside need your payment by Wednesday, where we got to see real x-rays; perience. Chickenten 1 went home are very few animals there. He has Night never comes during,this time.
Elem was awarded first place in the May 2.Our. nurses station, lab and administration with ; Chick No..2: & seen arctic hare, arctic (looks like Then back to twilight.We .
Junior Education Division. Our PTA is sponsoring the Sun- offices. We looked at mny different S went home with Aleesa Bennefield.Mr. dog) polar bears, whales and one really liked Mr. Barnett and
booth's theme this year was "30 shine Book Fair this year. The fair machines and rode the .Barnett came to visit our class raven he thought was lost. enjoyed seeing pictures of
Years of Spirit" and was centered will begin on April 25 and continue elevator.We really enjoyed our tour this month. He IB in the U.S. Air There are native Greenlandersthere. Greenland.
around Southside's 30th birthday through May 1.It will be open during and learned a lot about what it takesto Force. He works at a Greenland Air They speak Greenlantic. The .by Nicole Gulley&April AdamsonMrs.
which was celebrated this past school hours only. Come to the SSE run a hospital. A very special Base. He talked about his life In Eskimos moved farther north to .Rapp's 4th Grade
January. A big thank you to the library for the Book Fairl! thank you to Ms. Ronnie Murray for Greenland. avoid American contact. They wish
Bradford County Fair Association
for their help and support. A special
thanks goes to Mrs.Anita Rink,our

1990 Fair Manager. vidual USDA Choice Beef

Senior. lQi A t Hl : *


Group Under the Organized name Bradford Senior BONELESS, TBONEORs

Strawberry Patchers, a group of
ladies have organized to be with i

crafts.others who enjoy quilting and other 44 PORTERHOUSESTEAK

They have organized to help *
others with their projects and to if _
teach and advise. 0 .
The following officers were ,.
elected: Lucy Knight president; Lb .
Margaret Wood, vice president; ,,
Katherine Newsome, secretary and
Vera Nugent, treasurer. "
The will be doing some com-
group SAT.
munity projects to be announced f,
later. 1314 IllIn !ast :

Saturday, April 28, the group will __ i
be in front of the Wal-Mart store; iI
Winn Dixie on May 4 and at Wai, Prices .In tills ad. good Monday, I i
Mart again on May 5 taking dona- April 23 Him Sunday, April II, 1190. ,
tions on a quilt to be given away May
12 at the Downtown Jubilee.
The drawing will be held at 4 p.m.in .
front of their booth at the Jubilee. '
Many Mother's Day gifts will be offered r
for sale at that time. LEFarms'
The Strawberry Patchers group '
will attend the Florida Folk Festivalin r
White Springs May 25. They will 8 EIlS s o 0
be taking various trips throughoutthe /ED'A'
area to visit other. quilt shows r1 YEll
and workshops. ( PARTS
If anyone is interested in quilting,
the group meets in the Senior Centeron
Thursdays, 104. Bring a sand- \
wich,your current project and pay a i
visit. For more information, please
contact Senior Center Director
Beverly McGee,964-4545. 49
'Your Choice"Zesty
Confederate Flags Prog.At .

W.T. Weeks UDC Red Radishes
different used lite!
Four flags were bj
the Confederacy from 1861 througt Long Green SlicingCucumbersLarge .

1865. Bell
The first national flag adopted b> Lb.
the Confederate States of Americawas Salmon & Mako Peppers/Fresh Green
the Stars and Bars on March 4, Sweet
1861, and was unfurled by a grand- w
daughter of President John Tyler of SHARK STEAK Nutr1ttousArtichokesLb.
Virginia while the Provisional Con- YELLOW
gress was holding its first session. '
This flag is the one used by the
United Daughters of the Confederacy CORN
as their emblem. 3/$1/
The second flag adopted was the Swordfish & ,
battle flag with the red banner cross-
ed diagonally with blue bars contain- pure HALIBUT STEAK I. .... ." _|
ing 1)white stars so it could be more 100% 5 199 lii 'jfL. FnjHtlw ttoit
easily distinguished from the Stars .. 4HI 1<111i! 1,14)1 Y
and Stripes. This new design was ND 'II 'Ears
adopted in November of 1861 and GROU $499
was used at the end of the conflict Lb.
and is the Insignia of the United Confederate 1t.
Veterans. BEEF
The third flag was designed with a I _
white background and the battle flag fr Bunch Fresh GreerrBROCCOLI -
inserted in the top left corner. This PATTIES 2 Uter Diet Pepsi
flag was used by President Davis to
enfold the body of Stonewall Jackson / BUD PEPSI COLA /
and is sometimes called the Jackson
Flag.It was also called the Stainless ) Head Snow White
Banner is now the flag used by the )) & BUD LIGHT ,
Juniors. However, it was found that S CAULIFLOWERFilbert's
when this flag lay limp, it could be 18 12oz./24pkcn 99 (:
mistaken for a flag of truce so on
March 4, 1865, Congress again
changed the design of the national
flag by placing a wide red stripe at 2 Liter Hot Mttn. Dew
the end of the white field. It was the $1171 Uta. Dew....... ........ 1.091
last flag of the Confederacy.In a few 8 12 Or. Cans Pepsi lOc
days Congress adjourned and the land. Related turns. ,.. ... 1.79
flag was not made until some time
later when its design was found
among the records. It is now the insignia -
of the Sons of Confederate
speaker Veterans.for this Peggy program.Thomas was EXTRA UOW PRICES EVERYDAY11 _

Mildred Weisgerber, president, ,. ; '* : ;
presided over the meeting held
Wednesday, April 23,at the home of
Mrs. Herbert Thomas. New officers n>
were installed for the 1990-92 ad- 32 Ounce 9JF 8 Oz. MericoCRESCENT
8 Oz.
Hunt'sTOMATO '
ministration. They are Mrs. J.T. "Lb..Quarters
Lawson, president; Mrs. Herbert DFL1IlITE CATSUP SAUCE ROLLS "
1 9AROARINEcic3 '
Thomas, secretary; Mrs. Mona
Canova, treasurer and Mrs. Rhoda

Dampier all Weisgerber members, requested to registrar.be given reports at the Mrs.from next 890 4/$1/ 8ge. ,2/990/

meeting.the Memorial She gave Service a short held at report Crosby on

Lake Cemetery Sunday, April 22, ,
and concluded with a reading of I- v.*.* '"
Lee's surrender at Appomattox
Courthouse.A .
coffee-social hour enjoyedby 5.25 Oz. Scalloped/5.5 Oz. AuGratln
was 7 Oz.Frozen Chicken20 Oz. Frozen Shoestring
I 8 Oz.
the group proceeding the meeting Betty Crocker Turkey Ozark Valley Lynden Farms Assorted
with co-hostesses Rhoda Dampierand
Peggy Thomas serving. ( FOOD LION YOGURT

Kindergarten Registration For KindergartenBradford' registration County Set Schools will b* P6iS: 39ge; 3iAOi$ 1rsatanr 3/$1/

the week of May 7-11,1990,at the ap-
propriate schools.Students are eligi-
ble for kindergarten if they are five
(5)years old on or before September 112"5 -
I, 1990. '
To complete the registration process 14 Ounce 6 Oz. Supreme Supper/Chicken
parents need to provide the & Gravy/Beef & Gravy Ounce

school 1. Birth with Certificate the following items: COMET RICE' 9-LIVES CAT FOOD TREND DETERGENT

2. Proof of immunizations: 8 doses
DTP (dlptheria, tetanus pertussis; I
4 doses Polio; one dose MMR
(Measles, Mumps, Rubella) /$109/ $299
3. Evidence of physical examination -
completed within the last _
twelve months, showing the child _
free from any contagious or com- _
municable diseases. -
Items 2 and 3 must be recorded on
the appropriate forms that may be

Health obtained Department from the Bradford County There is a Food lior> conveniently located near you: T1tiTfl1TW !

Parent are urged to begin the
registration process for eligible ij&fet ; &HIH
children UM week of May 7, 11190. If
there are any problems, please call
Robin Lee (044 4aoo..

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28, 1900! TELEGRAPH Page 7A

Intends to register said -fictitious name CALL FOR BIDS and file the original with the Clerk of tlon for damages. has been filed againstyou
under the aforesaid statute. The City of Sta..... I I. accepting;sealed the above-styled court on or before May and you are required to serve a copy
[Legal Notices Dated this 16th doy.of April. A.D., bid for one watthaur test set with 16. 1990; otherwise a judgement may be of your written defense I If any.ta It, on
1990 In Bradford County photoelectric counter and digital standard entered against you; ton the relief the plaintiff's attorney whose name and
4/94tpd5/tO Test set I I. to be conol type for demanded In the Complaint. address Is;
testing of single phase and potypha WITNESS my hand and the seal of said JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR.
., STATE OF FLORIDA meter. Must hove demand meter test Court on this 4th day of April 1990.' Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT above described DEPARTMENT mode. Input 240 V. 3 0, 50/60 hertx. RAY NORMAN, P.O. Box 938
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 3. Within 10 days after the first Plaintiff OF REVENUE' Specifications may be obtained at the Clerk of Court Starke, Florida 32091
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION publication of notice of this proceeding vs. City Hall office of W.M. Weldon. Bid to By: Marl Dyol, Deputy Clerk4124tchg503 and fll.the original with the Clerk of
CASE NO.-732-Clv.. J-IJ the Clerk of Court shall mall by U.S.Mall BILLY GORDON be opened at 10:00 A.M. Tuesday May the above-styled court on or before May
GRIFFIS. 1, 1990. at the Hall Florida. 16 1990 otherwise a judgement may be
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA o copy of the notice together with a copy Defendant City ,StaHce. Control No.440 ; relief
4/19 2tchg 4/26 entered against you
Plaintiff. of the Complaint herein to the Defendants
vs. John N. Goodman and Diane C. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE! Control No.458; PO No.2896' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH demanded WITNESS In the hand Complaint.and the. veal of laid

JOHN .H. GOODMAN., ;; DIANE C. GOODMAN Goodman f/k/a Diane C.Jones 900 Tom JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN AND FOR Court on this my 4th day of April!, 1990.
at Jacksonville Etherldge, Sheriff of Bradford JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Clerk of Court
DESSIE JACKSON, Florida this 12th day of March 1990. County Florida, under and by virtue of a BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA COMMUNITY STATE BANK, By: Marie Dyal Deputy Clerk
Defendants.ORDER HARVEY SCHLESINGER. Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out CASE NO: 90-157-CC OF STARKE 4l24tchg503Control:
OF SERVICE United States Magistrate of the State of Florida Department of COMMUNITY STATE BANK, Plaintiff No.438
BY PUBLICATIONThis 3/226Icng4/26 Revenue, In the above-styled cause, OF STARKE v*.
cause came to be, heard upon Control Number 401 have levied upon following property Plaintiff CECIL A. STANLEY: and

Plaintiff's Motion lor Order of Service by ..... --- situate, lying and being In Bradford v*. GLENDA F. STANLEY. Classified Ads
Publication and It that this' Defendant.
appearing ,
County Florida to-wlt: TAMARA L. MOODY and
action has been brought for the enforcement NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO PARCEL NO. It A parcel of land lyingIn PATRICIA MOODY NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO Get Results!
of a lien against real property REGISTER the NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section Defendants. : CECIL A. STANLEY and GLENDA f. ,
situated Bradford County within the FICTITIOUS NAME 29 Township 6 South Range 22 NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO STANLEY RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.
Middle District of Florida and describedas Pursuant to Section 665.09 Florida East In Starke, Bradford County, : TAMARA L. MOODY, RESIDENCE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an no Worship With Us
follows: '. Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the Florida; said parcel? being more par UNKNOWN.YOU BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
A parcel of land lying In the West One undersigned Louis F.Crews SE 21st St., ticularly described as follows: Commence ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action STARKE
Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section Hampton Fl and Mike E. Scott, 780 at the-NW corner of said NE 1/4 for damages has been filed against Corner of Pratt and Christian
22. Township 6 South Range 22 Glendale St., Starke, |joint owner, do- of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and run South 1 you and you ore required to serve a copy CHURCH OF GOD Sun.School 9:45: am
East Bradford County Florida, said Ing business und.r the firm name of degree, 48 minutes and 50 seconds East of your written defenses If any to It, on 421 N.St.Clair a VCt-SetS Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
parcel being more particularly describedas EVERGREEN LAWN SERVICE SE 21st St., along the Westerly boundary thereof the plaintiff's attorney whose name and John Spratfln., Pastor Sun. Evening Service 7:00
Hampton and pm
follows 780 Glendale St., Starke,
: i 239.52 feet to Iron for address IIIJOHNNY: Walnvtto to worship,with
a H. 32091 an pipe point of you to Wed.Night Service 730pm
: to said fictitious
Comm.nc.at the Southwest comer of register beginning. From point of belllnnlnglhu. R. HOBBS JR. Attended Nursery

said Section 22 and run Easterly along statute name under the aforesaid described continue South 1 degree, 48 Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. Sunday School ._. ... -, loam Pastor- Ronald Hannah
the Southerly- boundary thereof 39.45 Dated minutes and 50 seconds East along said P.O. Box 938 Morning WarIhIp ._?___.._. 11 taEvsntng Asst. Pastor Leshuk
feet;more or less, to the Easterly boundary this 02nd day of April. A.D., Westerly boundary 150 feet to an Iron Starke. Florida' 32091 Service ..-.,__ 6 pat John
of Old Lawtey Road thence North| 1990 In Bradford County. pipe;' thence North 88 degrees 11 W.dn.d Youth .__._____. 730pm Proclaiming! Ut Blood TIll Book Blessed Hope
OOW East laid 4/05 4tpd 4/26 ..
along Easterly boundary ----
minutes and 10 seconds East 120 feet;
700.00. feet to an Iron pip. on the thence North 1 degree 48 minutes and 50

Street Southerly(also right known of way a. Jenkins line of Street Donna); NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO seconds West parallel with sold RtJt'f uf fh
50 feet QIu
REGISTER Westerly boundary to on Iron 18i ptrl1 l'
thence !
runN8939'i fgetfllfli\JL.
FICTITIOUS NAME pipe; thence South 88 degrees 11 un
Southerly right way line 371.82leet to minutes and seconds 'AI 'U11
Pursuant to Section 665.09 Florida 10 West 10 feet to .,,' "
an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of way Statute, notice Is hereby that the an Iron pipe; thence North 1 degree, 48 (41\\). lI.n
line of Tom Hall Street (also known as minutes and 50 seconds West 100 feet ,'" ," P( ) ';.,
Box .
Undersigned, Bryce C. Titus, Rt. 3. ; .
Church Grade); thence run S 0749' W 824 (near Crystal Lake). Starke, Florida to an Iron pipe; thence South 88 'i'l I m.I M'4'rI: l ''r1M11 Il m ; 1..k
along said Westerly right of way line 32091 sole owner doing business und.r degrees, 11 minutes and 10 seconds j? .. t]. n mOOIU[ STI1\J1t\;r
85.35 feet; thence run N B9W East 40.41; the firm name of B.C.'s PHOTO SHOP West, 110 feet to the point of beginning.The ., "
feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof Intendsto above description for all Intents )
P.O. Box 1005. FL 32091,
way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun regl.lerlald fictitious name under the and purposes, comprises' a parcel of
N 0749 E along said Easterly right of aforesaid statute.Dated land described In Official Records Book Washington..en.
way IIn. 154.50 feet to an Iron pipe and this 28th day of March, A.D., 99. page 251, and a parcel described In ,

N the 0749 Point E of along Beginning said;Easterly thence continue right of 1990 In Bradford County.4/05 41pd26 the Official public Records records Book of said 99 county.page 252 of flJhrrraS..J //:rhV11'I'Hh'tfr",c/ h h. '////r w .b>/ ;//i.r tI'In/

way line 77,25 f..t ta en Iron pip.; Control No.425 Together with all the tenements, %: ,/
thence leave said Easterly right of way hereditaments and appurtenances nnan KATICMAL Mm or MAorora cotnrrr

Iin.and run N 89'39'00" E 202.07 feet to thereto belonging or In anywise apper '
an Iron pip.on the East line of the W 1/2 taining. .,%;"kdITADa ///r k nFWSIIDA hrJhp"finIh'l'tfi"9IJ
of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4; thence run S NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO PARCEL NO. 2: Commence 15 h. Westof
0051'02" W along said Easterly IIn. FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME the NE corner of W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of SE t/JIJ / ,/// ; l//. /r.)#' ;IY.4Jnwr''nd'7.,,,,/; ;,,/

76.50 feet.to an_.Iron pleeUhence! ; UUBUL.sald 1/4 of NE 1/4-Sectlon 29 Township 6 /I /' / /7..I.d ,/
East line and run S 8939' W 211.47 Statutes Pursuant, notice to Section Is hereby 665.09 given that Florida the South Range 22 East and run South 140 ..1kn-WIIIII'IIh'j71'-<;MJIj'0":?''rKI"//A-PNH" "7/I/I/Y",r-/". ;r.u" Y'hP/I..
f..t to the point of beginning feet thence run West 210 feet to a point
E. Griffin, Jr.,
and It further appearing that Defendants undersigned of beginning continue West 110 feet
P.O. Box 362 (Hwy 225) lawtey Florida Qfi'r1A"d4'C"1'.IIIIY. / I'Y'HW d I"/
3 m
John N. Goodman and Diane C. South 100 feet. East 110 feet North 100

Goodman be served f/k.'a within Diane the State C. Jones of Florida cannot; .32Q58 the firm sole name.owner of,FLEETTECH dolngj! >y.lne. P.O...uricer Box_ feet Together to point with of beginning.all the tenement, ,AV'ili ,-1,.' $:, /tJ'MJ.J, rf/m,{; ?;;j"HWq f? mh ?t:'J : /,'nl'I ;;r"

that It Is not practicable to serve them 362 (Hwy 225), Lawtey, FL 32058. Intendsto hereditament and appurtenance I
personally; and they have not voluntarily ', register sold fictitious name under the thereto belonging or In anywise apper
appeared herein; It Is therefore aforesaid statute. taining.as! .
Dated this 21st day of March A.D.. ,
ORDERED as the property of the
1. Defendants John N. GoodmanandDian. 1990 In Bradford County. and that on the 30th day of' ;
.C.Goodman f/k/a Diane C.Jones 4/05 4tpd 4/26: April 1990. Monday at two o'clock on
Control No.41 6
shall appear In this cause and plead to said day on the premises of the Bradford n
the complaint filed herein on of before County Sheriff's Office, I will offer for ]n t tesllmonij\ lD ereof'r': ,....u my.I'7"'H"HI''h'/t"
April 30 1990;or In default thereof the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO sale and sell to the highest bidder for
Court shall proc.ed to |udgement In this REGISTER cash, In hand, the above-describd property ,r/Ih./ 27th MUCH I
cause to the extent provided for by Sec' FICTITIOUS NAME as the property of the sold defendant ;;
tion 1655 Title.28, United States Code Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida to satisfy said Execution: Sale with 4" I
'Statutes, notice Is hereby that the
served given
had been
Defendant '
as If said be subject( to any existing liens. ChirlrlNo. 2200 .
with ,_..wlthln'W 4f's Jl.d..nl .;.s; J I .W.R.tI. .,tu.a, v *' KENNETH ETHCRIDOE, SHERIFF L. __ ..... ,.,,, ..".h ,L.", .;._, ""
2. 'Thl' order biv'publis ln-a': 1m.u..tl3: ; 1Itelel.: ;; key.tone, !>?', "'" W BRAOfORO' COUNTY .f7J ,:tai' 1t',7: ,' .1 ...dl/Hl ''',"" .".,. h..ep ,.; ; '" ', .
newspaper of general circulation In Heights. FL 32656, sole owner, doing FLORIDA 1
Florida not less than business under the firm name of EDUCATIONAL
Bradford County 4/05 4tchg 4/26; Cont. No.428
once each week for six consecutiveweeks
prior to the return date herein- Box 1308. Keystone Heights. FL 32656
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HWY 301 North HWY 301 S. 964-5757


E-Z Wheels Auto Sales SERVICE

Eyeglass Store -We Finance- Attend church regularly 24 HR.WRECKER SERVICE"

"Your complete Buy Here Pay.Here N your 987 N. Temple Ave.

eyeglass center"103&iwaidsRd. 1320 N.Temple Ave. 864-N.Temple 964-7061 4-6111
.. 964 588
I Funeral Home
DOUGLAS. BATTERY OF DistinguisedOlrlngServke Jones as It's a fact, you can do Hwy 301 S. a P.O.Box207

STARKE Over 50 Years' better at Denmark's Starke
For ,
We rebuild starters,alternators ,
&Generators Steve and Cindy Futch -. k y t, '?M 434 W.Call 964-5827 964-6871

e.reM.. Starke 964-6200
407. mple'96e7m! Keystone Height 473-3176 1 d f
Lamp of Jesus Ministries
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MITCHELL'S DRUG STORY Community Crafts It Consignment
in' State Bank > Located oH 100 S.toward
Specializing of Starke I ]; take right on:24th"'.....
OLD FASHIONED SODA .y.gtsl follow slou.. *
FOUNTAIN SERVICE SUrkes Only Home Owned Eves. 94-7109
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1Y7 ff. Call- St."::; 4-7810 811 s.Walnut 964-7830
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US 301 N'. Starke SALES SERVICE.. and Fritting Company 'from tUofmtt Western Steer
Complete Tin Shop&Auto US 301 South
I Art SuppUe damn framing
964-6600 Vforthip Ihittoetkfndtvay week Repair* '
Service tt tits church ofyourchoict* 402 N.T-r-pi-HW 301 N. s Pitalng Office Suppll! 9648061Cu
24 HR Wrecker tem 1018 N.Temple 964-6461 9 36Terwillegar I 113 E.C.ll St. 964- 25CROSLEY
made exhausts Y

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& -AUOrightrrtltaUitr 206 W. Madison&: US 301 CORPORATION ( .->x Shopping Center) Accident Family Can Directors UplMtt"1SS
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SR 21-Keystone Height Mark Muffins&:Employees :
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I Legal Notices. -

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SECTION 00020 00030-1 plans as referred to above and prepare RAY NORMAN,
Bid No. 0-0514-1 a list of equipment needed to do every Clerk of Court'By rL
INVITATION TO BID aspect of the construction stating make, : Marie Dyal, Deputy Clerk
Scaled bid will be received by the model site, and the rate per hour that 4124lchg503Control
Bradford County School Board, 582 North Includes fuel, Insurance, and operator. No. 439
T.mpl. Avenue, Stork. Florida 32091 Further a list of man labor shall be
until: prepared stating skills, duties, positionand NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
LOCAL TIME: 6 PM DAY OF WEEK: rate of pay per hour. REGISTER L t tt
Monday DATE: May 14. 1990 and Immediately The bidder shall provide hourly rates FICTITIOUS NAME
thereafter publicly opened for the following list of minimum equipment Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida 4 t
read aloud and recorded In the Conference and personnel: Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ,
Room of the School' Board EQUIPMENT: Bockhoe (crawler type); undersigned. Barney A Myra Morgan
Building for the following: Pan (earthmover); Motorgrad.r; 7853 5, Lawrence Blvd.' Keystone
RE Lawt.y Elementary School ParkIng Bulldozer andPERSONNEL Heights, Fl 326S6 joint owners, doing
and Drivel : Laborer; Foreman/Field business under the firm name of
BID NUMBER: 0.0514.1 Supervisor; Cement Finisher and Pipe GRANDPA'S SUBS '78ft S. Lawrence
Specifications and/or bid form. maybe Layer. Blvd., Keystone Heights; FL 32656 Intends -
examined at the Bradford County Furthermore, everyone who submits a to register said fictitious name
School Board, 582 North Temple bid shall describe their qualifications under the aforesaid statute.
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 and maybe and experience In constructing surface Dated this 20th day of April A.D.,
obtained at the some location for a water and/or stormwater management 1990 In Bradford County.
S20.00 non-refundable deposit. The facilities Specific jobs shall be listed 1/264tpd 5/17; Control No. 465 4r '
estimated construction cost of this protect stating a contact person and telephone - -- -
Is In the rang. of number for whom the work was done. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR-
S30,000.00.$35.000.00. Sealed bids may b. submitted to the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Th. Construction Documents may be I office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court by PROBATE DIVISIONFILE
examined, but not obtained at: depositing some with Mr. Ray Norman NO.: 90-21-CP; 1-4155
CONSTRUCTION BULLETIN P.O. Box Clerk at his office, P.O. Drawer B, IN RE: ESTATE OF
603, Orange Park, Ft 32067, Phon.: ((904)) Stark., FL 32091, Bradford County Courthouse JAMES T. CARVER Quilts Quilts! Quilts... '
388.0336 orMIDSTATE Starke, FL anytime prior to 5:00 Deceased.
BUILDERS EXCHANGE, P.M. on Thursday May 10, 1990. No bids NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO The wall Is lined with quIlLs made In the quilting Most of the quilts shown are variations of the "log
1217 N.W. 16th Av.nu., Gainesville. FL received offer such date and time will be ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR class at the Bradford-Union Vocational-Technical cabin" design. Near center Is a ."strawberry patch"
32061. Phon.: ((904)) 3750615. considered.All DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Center as two teenage girls, Jull Griffin and Diane and in the back corner Is a beautiful "Star. of'
Bid security In the form of a Bid Bond bids will be publicly opened by the AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN Newham (standing) are shown some tricks sewing Bethlehem".
executed by the Bidder and a qualified Board of County Commission, Bradford THE ESTATE: .'
surety or a certified or cashier's checkon County Courthouse, Starke, FL at 7:30 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
any national' or stated/bank In the P.M. Thursday, May 10, 1990. administration of the Estate of JAMES T.
amount specified In the specifications All bids will remain open for fourteen CARVER deceased File Number Quilting Class Completes 100 Quilts"Fun
made payable to the Bradford County ((14)) days for study and consideration by 90-21-CP 1-4155, Is pending In the Circuit
School Board must accompany .och bid the Board. Construction plans may be Court for Bradford County Florida. Probate I
as guarantee that the Bidder will not obtained from Dorrell O'Neal County Division, the address of which Is Fun Fun," are the three Some of the quilts made here'this days and Tuesdays have been.'the
withdraw from the competition after Programs Director Zoning/Building office Post Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida words Ruby Mersey uses to describe year may be entered in the Bradford schedule.
opening the bids, and In the event the Stork. City Hall 209 N. Thompson 32091 The Personal Representolve of the wonderful time of sewing and County fair next week, here In Star of Bethlehem and log cabin
Is awarded the Bidder he will St., P.O. Box 1148 Starke, FL 32091, the Estate PHYLLIS whose two of the favorite
contract to Y. CARVER quilting at her quilting class at the Starke. They will be entered as In- are patterns used
within ten (10)) days after receiving 904/964-6280 Ext. 212. address Is Route I. Box 863, Stark., Vo-Tech: center in Starke. dividual crafts not as a school or this session.
sar.., execute the contract and furnish All bids shall guarantee the bid price Florida 32091. The name and address of "Since November the happy .class project."I : A covered dish dinner Monday
the required bond failing which the once accepted by the Board. the Personal Representative's attorney quitters at the Vo-Tech Center have would like to do a class with was the final touch for the current
security shall become the property of The Board shall reserve the right to reject are as set forth below made between 75 and 100 tops and younger girls," Hersey said. Maybe session, but a new class can be
the Owner as liquidated damages.All any and all bids. All persons having claims or demands quilts," Hersey says, "and students in the summer after school is over started at any time. Anyone who
bids must b. made on the appropriate Maxle Carter Jr., Chairman against the Estate are required WITHIN come from all over, Including Baker enough young girls will be interestedin wants to make a quilt should go by
proposal forms, properly executed Board of County Commissioners THREE ((3)) MONTHS FROM THE DATE County, Brooker, Lake Butler learning quilting and a teenager the Bradford-Union Vocational-
and placed In an envelope and Starke, Florida OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Keystone Heights and clans rnn form, she hopes. Technical school and register for the
should be marked to identify the bid and 4/26 2tchg 5/03 NOTICE to file with the clerk of the Jacksonville." "From the old to the'new the next class.: ,
then shall be d.llv.red or mailed to Cont. No. 466; P.O. No. 3948 above court a written statement of any quilters have cut and pieced by,hand A class runs for six weeks and the
Bradford County School Board 582 North claim or demand they may have. Each Two students in this class are teen and used the new method of strip registration fee is$18. A minimum of
Temple Avenue, Starke. Florida 32091. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO claim must be In writing and must indicate agers. Juli Griffin and Diane cutting and machine sewing in mak- ten registrants are required to starta
The Bradford County School Board REGISTER the basis for the claim the name Newham, both thirteen, are their said Hersey. new class. Anytime ten persons
ing quilts
reserves the right to reject any or all FICTITIOUS NAME and address of the creditor or his agentor finishing quilts made in class. have registered a class can be
bids waive Informalities, In any bid Pursuant to Section 865.09, 'Florida attorney, and the amount claimed. If Last year a quilt made in the Four weekly sessions have been started, says Mrs. Hersey. .
make the award In part or whole and to Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the the claim is not yet due, the date when 'It classes was selected to go to held during some sessions throughthe Also, Saturday workshops can be
make the award In the best Interest of undersigned Len Thompson 2021 N.E. will become due shall be stated. If the Disneyland State Fair in California, winter months because of the arranged. For $6 for the day,
the Bradford County School Board. 26th St., Ocala, FL 32670, sole owner, claim Is contingent or unliquidated the sponsored by the Chamber of Com- number of students enrolled. From' workshops will be held on alternate
Award shall be baled on the lowest doing business under the firm name of nature of the uncertainty shall be stated.If merce. 2-5 p.m. and 7-10 p.m. on both Mon- Saturdays, from: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m...
base bid proposal combined with alter L.A. ENTERPRISES 1250 S. Walnut St., the claim Is .secured the security shall
nates. Starke, FL 32091 Intends to register said be described. The claimant shall deliver
THE SCHOOL BOARDOF fictitious name under the aforesaid sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto
BRADFORD COUNTY statute. enable the clerk to mall one copy to Another Successful Fair Become HistoryBy

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDABy Dated this 24th day of April, A.D., each personal representative.All .
: Jim Duncan Superintendent 1990 In Bradford persons Interested in the Estate to
4/26 2tchg 5/03 County.4/26 4tpd 5/17 whom a copy of this Notice of Administration Joe Gassy Booth rentals were a sell out, as Gregory l has agreed to the one
has been mailed are re BCT Staff Writer they have been in past years. In fact, ticket-one ride condition for four
NOTICENO. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, OF THE quired. WITHIN THREE ((3)) MONTHS Another very successful Bradford says Association president Ray Nor- additional years in addition to the
90 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION County Agricultural Fair was con- man, many more booths could be one year remaining on the existing
NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections cluded last week, and the Fair sold if space were available. contract,
AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY OF CASE NO. 90-175-CA they.may have that challenges the Association is now engaged in wrap- "This is the only fair in the area
HAMPTON. FLORIDA. IN RE: The Marriage of validity of the decedent's will, the ping up the loose ends, and looking that charges only $1 for admission, Planned Inq' 'rovements..,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on May GRANVILLE BERNARD JOHNSON, qualifications of the Personal Represen- foreward to next year and the only fair where one" ticket Is .Income to the.i Fair.Association
8, 1990. at 7:00 P.M.1 the City Council of Husband, ", tqtlve, ctr the.venue oil! jurisdiction of the "'' 'admissions:were still good for one- ride, 'Norman. comes from three sourcesbnOa
the City of Hampton'Florida; In'regular l and court. 'Over 22bob> gate said. ateceiptbp booUniaJes tandi!a"perten-
session/ to be held at City Hall Hampton LISA KATHLEEN JOHNSON ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS sold during the week. This does not The Fair Association has just signed tage of carnival concession .ticket
Florida will consider the following Ordinance Wife. NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER include the senior citizen free admis- anotner contract with Ed Gregory ales.'. .
and proposed passage thereof. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO BARRED. sions or the students admitted free owner of United Shows the carnivalattraction All income derived from the fair
ORDINANCE NO. 90 : GRANVILLE BERNARD JOHNSON. Date of the First Publication of this on students day. for the last several years. goes back into the fair complex off

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO 603 N.E. 4th Avenue, Apt. "D" Notice of Administration: April 26 1990. m -- -. ---- --- U.S. 301 north, in Starke, says Nor
PROVISIONS OF SECTION 828.27, Personal Representativeof Where Will 106,000 advance tickets were sold
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action .. ..
FLORIDA STATUTES: PROVIDING DEFINITIONS for dissolution of marriage and the Estate of ....:: Your Little In' local schools, in Bradford and
: PROVIDING FOR THE CONFINEMENT other relief has been filed against you In JAMES T.CARVER deceased. 1 lit I Union Counties at the main ,entrance -
OF ANIMALS: PROVIDING FOR. the above-styled Court and you are required ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL .' One Be This to the fairgrounds and at An-
THElICENSING' OF ALL DOGS; REQUIRING to serve a copy of your wrltt.n REPRESENTATIVE: i t.. \ \ Fall? drewsjJJrugs in Lake Butler.
ALL DOGS BE INNOCULATED FOR defenses, If any to It, on TERENCE M. ARMANDO R. PAYAS, Esq. Further improvements In the
RABIES BEFORE ISSUANCE OF A LICENSE; BROWN ESQUIRE Terence M. Brown Parker Johnson Owen McGuIre parking areas are being planned,

PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATE.PENALTIES; PROVIDING AN 32091-0040 P.A., Post Office, on or Box before 40 the Stark.21st, Florida day of Michoud 1300 Barnett Lang Plata* Kruppenbacher, P.A. .ere i <.l? .::=;- Come Join Us! behind particularly the farmers in the southern market back area

Said proposed ordinance may be Inspected May, 1990 and file the original with the 201 South Orange Avenue SONSHINE towards the railroad. This area was
by the public at the City Hall In Clerk of this Court either before serviceon Post Office Box 2867 IN' used for parking several years ago
Hampton, Florida.All the above-named Immediately Orlando, Florida 32802 but is low and subject: to becoming
attorney or Licence
Interested parties at REGISTER NOW! soft and when wet. .
may appear thereafter, otherwise a ((407). ) 425.4910 *04140a boggy .
the meeting on May 8, 1990 and be default will be entered for 4/26 2tchg 5/03 Plans are to clear the' area of
heard with respect to the proposed or the relief demanded In.th.against Petition.you LEARNING PROGRAM FOR K-4. -! & vegetation, then spread limerock for

dinance. WITNESS my hand and official ..olaf IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH' ST 3RD GRADES..sl: l.t"tyi pavement to prevent fairgoers get
CITY OF HAMPTON this Court on the 11 th day of April 1990. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR IKA and After School Care Available; ting stuck in mud in wet weather.
Martha Williams ,
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA This will increase the parking areasouth ,
City Clerk Clerk RAY of NORMAN the Court, CASE NO.: 90-179-CC 'Avoilable.Call' ; Today!If.? of the fairgrounds by several

1tchg426NOTICE ByTosher: Allen Dep. Clerk COMMUNITY STATE BANK : Your Children's Futureilf! <:- gj* ) .hundred cars.Further '
OF STARKE improvements in the
TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. Plaintiff MAXVILLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD parking areas at the north end are
NO. 90 Attorney for Wife vs. 9140 Hwy. 301 also contemplated. Some re-grading
NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF Post Office Box 40Stork. CHERYL D. BLIZZARD and Route 62, Box 1378, Maxvilla FL 32234 of traffic areas and sloping for better ,
AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY OF ., Florida 32091.0040 CHERYL L. GRIFFIS (9Q4) 2899727CLEAN drainage are needed, it is said.
HAMPTON FLORIDA. ((904)) 964.8272 Defendants. Further along in the future, a
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on May Florida Bar Number: 0289612 NOTICE OF SUIT ticket office with restrooms, may be
8, 1990 at 7:00 P.M., the City Council of NO PROPERTYTO ,erected at die north entrance to the
the City of Hampton,Florida, In regular 4194tchg510Control No.459 : CHERYL D. BLIZZARD ,midway.
session to be held at City Hall Hampton ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU UP Finishing the interior of the main
Florida will consider, the following Ordinance IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac- fair building, adding air condition-
and proposed passage thereof. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR tion for damages has been filed againstyou ing and heating, and a modernized
ORDINANCE NO. 90 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA and you are required to serve a copy kitchen were accomplished a couple
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING RATES CASE NO: 90-166-CA of your written defenses If any to It, on years ago. The remaining exhibit
AND CHARGES FOR THE FURNISHING OF COMMUNITY STATE BANK the plaintiff's attorney whose name and building is still unfinished on the Inside -
WATER SERVICES FROM THE WATER OF STARKE address Is: WITH THE PROS. and can be completed as funds
REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE USE vs. ,Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. An open air theatre area and stage
OF SUCH WATER SYSTEM; PROVIDING JACKIE B. RIVERS, P.O. Box 938 for special productions and shows
PENALTIES; REPEALING All ORDINANCES Defendant Starke, Florida 32091 during fair week, which would also
IN CONFLICT; PROVIDINGAN NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO and file the original with the Clerk of be available at other times during
EFFECTIVE DATE.. : JACKIE B. RIVERS ADDRESS the above-styled court on or before the year, Is also being considered.
Said proposed ordinance may be Inspected UNKNOWN. Monday May 28; 1990; otherwise a 170 epA raszlses, i esl.dh Additional livestock barn space'
by the public at the City Hall In YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action judgement may be entered against you 1 could be used but is not an item high
Hampton Florida.All for damages has been filed againstyou for the relief demanded In the Com- (S111.lf st.sbl.d, ) 1411 h i1 Nr.Q on the priority list.
Interested parties may appear at Psww Ikwer
and ore required to plaint.
you serve a copy 0
the meeting on May 8, 1990, and be
WITNESS hand and '_I of said
of written defenses. If to It, on my
your any St. Marks WomenTo
heard with respect to the proposed ordlnonc.
this 23rd of 1990.
the plaintiff's attorney whose name and court on : day April.
address It: RAY NORMAN. Hold Sale
CITY OF HAMPTON Clerk of the Court
Martha Williams The ERiscopa1 Church Women of
City Clerk Johnny R. Hobbs Jr., P.A By: Cynthia Berry. Deputy Clerk St. Mark will hold a,"Porch Sale"at
1tchg426NOTICE P.O. Box 938 4/26 4lchg 5/17 the Parish House on Friday and

Starke, Florida 32091 91ISf $17999ISIIt.Hw..J .Saturday.April,17,and 28, from ft,
and file the original with the Clerk of a.m. to 4 p.m.,
INVITATION TO BID the above-styled court on or before May Crafts, clothing and baked goods
Notice I. hereby given that the Board 16, 1990; otherwise a Judgement may be Check theQassifiedsl will be offered: Why not come and
entered for the relief ,
against you ) browle'lII'ound? '
of County Commissioners of Bradford
County. Florida, will accept bid. for 'demanded in the Complaint. = 11 k.1T .2-tydt.
WITNESS my hand and the seal 1 of said ..... '
equipment and labor to construct SUR- S.Bd
FACE WATER MANAGEMENT FACILITIESat Court on this 4th day of April, 1990. 3swF atNip wNrsetk4s .1tf. ........ Vltltt.._ .
the Bradford County landfill. Eer ttdrser.YWf The Bradford County School

Ills the Intention of the Board of Coun- M V.V.V.V.M V.M V.V.V.M V.MM V. .MME...e.V. .M_.M .MMMM V.V._.MMMMJUDY'S 13hued y 10.1 tits. '" r." PtadoIaot' Board plans to visit district schoolsas
ty Commissioners to use as much County Mall 111 Tdesmr : follows:. .
Labor and equipment as possible In the ATTIC .WaItIot..., IU... Mon. Apr. 30, Bradford High
construction of the surface water .,... 175,rl..ist School ''

management facilities but needs Tue. May 1, Hampton, Elem. n,.,
assistance. of additional equipment ta ,
operators, skilled laborers, and supervisors JUST BEAUTIFUL GOWNS Mon. May 7, Bradford Vo-Tech
Poulcan '
to construct the facilities to the '. Mon. May M, Brooker Elementary -
specific construction plane designed by i
Darabl A Associates, Inc. Therefore, the THURSDA Y.FRIDAY.SATURDAY Mon. May 21, Operations Center '.
Board wishes to let a bid for equipment $1.00,TO $2.00 SPECIALS STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT FLORIDA PEST CONTROL Thr. May. 24, Spring. Sports Bann ,;;
and labor on an,hourly basis to quallfed, 438 SWalnutSf: ) Starke 539 E.CaD St. Starke quet.Mon. ?
parsons) or parties to fulfill this.objec/ Lowest Prices 101 Commercial Circle 964-8568 964-5745 meeting May r 28, Regular Board .! .

live. Across from Keystone po$Office .at..b11ets...........sMwwr--..................CIA"Nt. .-y.............--..,. s ,Thr, May, 81, Alumni'Sr. Dinner" ,
Any and every Interested persons) or In Town ...._ ..... .., .. (:
473-0274 .m.d.i 11,1. MM.IIt _.w paid. 11 w y.. ...4... a.as......seed 9'rL June Graduation''IMOs. "
parties shall review the construction ...................................................................Afc'.....................................................- ?ed|e M) U1-H11 fc _..se.4- .. _e4e .ere e.a..ed.ri.4...... ;. June, 1,4,BHS District Offices.w:V i ,.1'


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April 2 1990 9.t53A
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Track 0')1.
Meet "
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Today at BHS OvalSeven

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area schools are due here 4:08.97. Buchholz at 4:11: will
today (Thursday, April 26) for the challenge.
District V3A Track Meet to be run on Done Thomas NM has thrown .
the Bradford High oval. the shot 35'6". Nobody is that close. I 'Yita
There will be a girls and boys Monika Williams Bradford High s
team from each school.The district has the best discus throw 109'10".
meet has been run on the Bradford Carla Hill, OV, has long jumped
High track for the past several years 18'2".
because BUS Is the only area school.wlth Sarah Brown,OV,has the best triple ?
a lighted track. Jump, 35'2V4".
Field events begin at 3 p.m. The Sarah Brown OV, has the best d
running preliminaries will begin at high jumP. 5'2". a} + rr3
4:30: p.m.The finals in all events will Best times coming in by the boys
be at 7:30 p.m.Admission are:
will be $3. Lead guy coming In in the 120 high
Ocala Vanguard has the top girls hurdles Is Clarence McGifl
team. Buccholz High has the top Buchholz In 14.3.BestchaUengewuibe M1 2A -' "'YMi'i?;!hYYr jc,i+MrwasKav.; .,
boys team although the Bobcats will from Nathaniel Reed GUS, at .
be a definite challenge from Ocala h

Forest Gainesville. Eastside ,and 14.9.Fastest 100 meters coming in is by ) ; i' '
North High. Rosevelt McCall OF,in 10.6.McCall y
Top lady performers in each event ran a 10.28 in the 100 at the Bradford
are: Invitational. McCall will be ,
In the 110 high hurdles the top girl challenged by Darlon Noble, ', f t } i I
coming in is Clydeta Kearney of Buchholz also at 10.6. Next best is
Ocala Forest with a time of 155. Andrew Rutledge ES, at 10.8. '1 ) a aM* i' 1)) 1 1H
e :
She'll be challenged by Debbie Top time in the boys mile is by
Lecorn of Gainesville High who has Shawn Skerls Buchholz, at 4:28.
run a 15.9.Roxana. Two runners Jason Barnard, Bucc. it 4'd' ,
Jacobs, OF and Shana and Larry Green, Bradford have
Brown OV, have both run 100 run 4:38. Green, a sopohomore has
meters in 12.5. Several others are been sick with stomach virus which
have close times. will affect his endurance. frr t. :. t fy k y
Sasah Blum, Buchholz has the Buchholz at 42.1, has the top 440 ; ,_ : ,
best time in the mile run in 5:12. yard relay time. Eastside has run 4

Ocala Forest is the top team. com- 42.7. The other teams are pretty' 3 ...er al.w d +iy ri.
ing in the 440 yard relay in 50.06. close but are not that big a threat' to w
Carla Hill OV,has run a 58.5 in the Buchholz except Eastside, says
440 dash.The rest are 4 or 5 seconds Coach Loper.

back. Byron Williams NM has run 49.5
Debbie Lecorn, GHS;has run a 46 in the 440 yard dash. Teammate
flat in the 330 yard intermediate Marvin Gibson NM,has run a 49,8.
hurdles. LeCorn will be challengedby Clarence McGill Buchholz, has A Dream Come True...?
Ruby Lang ES, who has run a run 38.2 in the 330 yard Intermediate
hurdles. Two runners could The Bradford High leuitt. team Is the Dist. 2-3A runner-up for the first Robbie S pp, Doug Synder Michael McKinney Chad Welch, Blaine Mc-
49.1.Tara time In Chesney Sampson Fuller, and Coach McGriff. Not for
Thomas OV,has run the half challenge: Nathaniel Reed GUS at history. Jerry present
mile in 2:20. Her best challenger is 39.0 and Tony Richardson ES, 39.3. Posing In front of the sign at BHS are l-r): Front: freshman Jason Welphoto: Shannon Hicks, Jim Grover, Mark Parado.
Heather Williams Buchholz at 2:22.: Mathew Hawker Buchholz at tv and the lone senior Mark ShuFord with trophy.Jn rear: Chris Whalen

Carla Hill, OV, is the top sprinterin 1:59.5 has the best half mile time.
the 220 yard dash at 25.47. Best Closest competition is Jason BHS Boys Netters Win 2-3A Runner-Up Trophy
challenger is Natasha Washington Pfriender OF, at 2:01.
Buchholz,at 25.8. Rosevelt McCall OF, has run 21:5 ... ... ...
Sasha Blum Buchholz has run the in the 220 dash. Closest challenger is The boys tennis team at Bradford High 6-1,6-0 in the quarter finals. In No.1 doubles play the Bradford In No.2 play Sophie Fanton ot BHS
two mile run In 11:22,over a minute Lee Danzy Buchholz at 21.6. High scored a school record of 17 Welty then lost 6-4,6-3 to Scott Owensof team bf Mark Shuford and Michael lost 6-1, 6-0 in the quarter finals to
ahead of the coming in. Randall Hollinger, Buchholz has points and for the first time finishedin Fernandina Beach in the semi- McKinney beat Guy and Allen of runner-up Katy Akins of Fernandina
Top mile relay team is second place out of nine schools finals. Suwannee 6-2, 6-1 in the quarterfinals Beach.
Ocala Vanguard with a time of ee Track page 12ABHS's entered and received the runner-up No.3 Chad Welch 11, beat Ben then lost 6-2 4-6, 1-6 in thesemifinals In No. 3 play Amy Griffis of BHS I
trophy in the District 2-3A Tennis Wilkinson of Palatka 6-4,6-2 in the to eventual champions lost 6-3. 6-2 in the quarter finals to
Tournament.It quarter finals. Wlch then lost 6-2,64) Graves and Riddick of Raines of third place finisher Julie Fields of
Jones is New State was a history making effort for in the semi-finals to district champion Jacksonville. Jax Lee. I
the boys, said Coach Jerry McGriff. Ashley Carter of St.Augustine.No.4 Jason Welty grade 9, and Chad On the No. 4 court Kristy Har-
I Only senior is Mark Shuford. The Michael McKinney, a Welch a junior, became district rison a BHS junior, lost 8-0. 6-1 in
Champion_ Weightlifter rest will return for the 1991 season. sophomore was the tournament runner-up in No.2 doubles play. The the quarter finals to eventual cham-
will ustine is the district champ runner-up. McKInney beat Steven BUS duo beat Ingram and Rukab of pion Shannon Deanis.
and go to state. SA High Ratliff Paxon 6-0,6-0 in the quarterfinals Jax Englewood 6-3,6-1 in the quarterfinals In No.5 play, Emily Nugent lost !
Al Jones is the new state champion dominated the tournament as expected then beat Francis Gibbs of then beat Rodekirchen and 1-2. 6-1 in the quarter finals to
weightlifter in the 148 body weight said Coach McGriff. Fernandina Beach IH 8-2 in the Pate of Jax Lee 6-4, 3-6 6-0 In the runner-up Amy Adams of Fernan
class pressing 320 pounds on thebencbi roc ", 265 pounds clean and jerk,for their first matches in the tourna 2-6 in the finals to J.M.Cifonie of lost 6-4,6-3 to DeSrochers and Carterof 1
of 585 pounds lifted. He bettered ment's quarterfinals. St.Augustine. St.Augustine for the district No.1 girls doubles Mayra Cruz Jl
the standing state record by 15 championship.The and Kristy Harrison lost 6-0 6-0 in
.poundsuvwoii oinj it Out):) ttltl'u.( 1'L U Bradford's No.1 Pla.yerMark ,In iNo.S .Singles ,play-' Shannon Bradford girls scored,.nu the quarter finals to the district
a-).Jones:Wed Mr 280 pounds:on the FtF -Shuford beat Joey Guy of Suwannee Hicks,11, beat Bobby Brown of Pax- points in the Dist.2-3A tournamentand runner-up duo DuPont and Gray of '
clean and jerk event but dropped it 8-3,6-4 in the quarter Shuford on 6-0,6-2 in the quarter finals then finished tied for sixth place out St.Augustine. 1
on the clean try. This would have then lost 6-3,6-3 In the semi-finals to beat Lance Pate of Jax Lee 6-2,6-3 in of eight schools.In In NO.2 girls doubles Sophie Fan-
given him a 30 pound advantageover runner-up Colin Lloyd of the semi-finals. Hicks then lost in the No.1 girls singles play Mayra ton and Emily Nugent of Bradfordlost
the previous state record.In St.Augustine.On finals 4-8. 6-2,4-6 to Williams Bailey Cruz of Bradford lost 6-2. 6-0 in the 8-2. 6-1 in the quarter finals to
the 114 pound class Josh the No.2 court freshman Jason of Fernandina Beach and is the quarter finals to runner-up Nicole district runners-up Akins and
Crawford placed sixth In the state Welty beat Michael Tucker of Paxon district runner-up. DuPont of St.Augustine. __ Shroads of Fernandina Beach.
with a bench press of 185;clean and
zs ,
jerk of 170,total 355,5 pounds better Ir:- -
than his previous best.. See Page3A
Other members of the team goingto ...
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state were: at 148,John Williams;
181, Tramell Jones; 198, Clyde AI Jones for BHS
DeSue and Keith Llnzy; and at 220, ALJJ74'

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TUESDAY,Manager'Barbecued .cDf.Uy; on Bun,
French Frlee.Green Been,Brownie,HUk The Disney Channel'sFREE
WEDNESDAY, Chicken*RIce Peanut ButterSandwich ,
Turnip. CieeuK.Strawberry Shortcake -
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Beaf-A-Ronl, Garden Salad, Spring UOOA.M. LAWTEY JAZZ DANCERS
Peaches,Peanut --d.oc.le.Hot Rode,Milk.BradfonilUgb .
FRIDAY School April 26-29 .' U:30A.M. KARATE EXHIBITION

MONDAY Manager'o Choice. Day CHICKEN & RICE
TUESDAY,SaUaburjr Steak Rice 4 Gravy,Turnip LUNCH CHILDRENS GAMES
Green,Fruit Cup,BlMulta,MUk.
Frtee Strawberry Shortcake,Milk. ; FACE PAINTING
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Life 3765811. 4tchg419265.3.10CASHIERKitchen SATELLITE SVSTEM-Repossessed due to Utll. Room CH/A, screened porch 12 noon to 5 Will consider trade for equity. Call pay while you learn plus attendance
help. Apply 7415 SR divorce-still under warranty. Nothing overlooking Geneva Springs. $600/mo. p.m. Saturday night at 7 p.m. 964-6682 leave message. 'bonus, Lak. Butler Apparel will train
21N. Keystone Helghti, 473-4445. down. $39/mo. 12721031. 4755422. 4tchg45426LAKEFRONTHoneymoon American Legion Highway 21 N."tchg..526 qualified applicant (for example:
2tchg4-26-5-3 4tchg4-5-12-19-26 IBRunfuml.hed. PERSONAL SERVICESWELL surgers, ideseamers, hammer)good
RETIRED PERSON-to fill In a. Mini SATELLITE; SVSTEM-LIke new 6 mo. oldwtcrambl.r. screened cottage. ROOFING AND REPAIR-Quollty work at benefit package apply In person 255
forage manager during vacation sick Nothing down. $ 9/mo. fishing and porch, boat.good reasonable ,at... Call George at S.E. 6th Ave Lake Butler, Fl 2tchrg. .
day and occasional' odd day off. Call 12721018. 4tchg4-5-12-l9-26 Reasonable rates swimming, 479-2977 or 473-3480 (home). DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor., 4/19, 4/26.
4737683. 3tchg4-26/5-3-10 CONDO-Geneva Sprlngs-2BR/2BA Last near KeystoneHeight "tchg"l".12.19.26 man Well and Septic Tank Inc.284 COOK. DISHWASHER, WAITRESS
CERTIFIED LIFEGUARDS: $425-$6. one built by builder, Bud Emery. LR, 4734186. 3tchg4-26/5-3-l2! TRACTOR WORK-Bushhogglng back Inch water well. Pumpssales, service CASHIER AND, JANITOR NEEDED
TWO LARGE BRs-One Bath MH CHA.cap.led. ,
DR Kitchen and Utll. Room Garage. Installation septic tank, lift Dependable needed for abovepositions.
Concession stand supervisor,J5-$6. fireplace High Ridge.$300mo. blade and disking $25.00 per hour persons
Salary depends on experience. Key- 475-2052. a.m.-11:30: p.m. 479-2427. 2tch free estimates 473-4849. stationsNew Installation, dralnfleld Apply In person between
stone Beach Memorial Day weekend 4tchg4-5-12-19-26 .tchg3.8-15-22-26 repair Contact Bryan (Skeeter) hour of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. LAG Auto
through Labor Day weekend. Dead- LUXURY CONDO End Unit, 3BR/2BA. SINGLE,WHITE CHRISTIAN GENTLE JACKIE'S CLEANING-Servlce. Home or Jones-275-2004- Jones- 2752716. and Truck Plaza Elllsvllle. 2tchrg.
util. porch MAN, 56 years old "needs room.mate" After 6 p.m.State licensed- work 42653. .
line for applications. April 30. 1990. room garage screen Office. Reasonable rate*. Light or
City of Keystone Heights 473-4807; overlooking Geneva Spring 64000. to share expanses In nice heavy cleaning Phone 4737912. guaranteed- estimates. 1/25 Stpd. ATTENTION POSTAL JOBS I Start
475-5422. 4tchg4-5/26 peaceful home near Lake Brooklynand 4tchg4-5-12-l9-26 2/22 then/ Hn $11.41/hourl For application Info call
555 S.Lawrence Blvd.,P.O.Box 336.
Keystone Heights, FL 32656. bIG MOBILEHOME-3BR must be moved new Miller's Mall. Call Don 6 am ONE CAU-We'll do It all. Housecleaning, FILL DIRT SEPTIC TANKS llmerock, light ((1)I) 602)838-8885) ext. M-9127 6
15 good r.ntallncome. S2.000.coih to 9:30: p.m.Cost runs$200/Monlh for painting yardwork small repair Call poles, wells or package deals.Culverts a.m.-10 p.m., 7 days. 3tpd. 4/26-5/10.
EXPERIENCED SMALL ENGINE AND 473-2180. 1tpd4-26 heat,air.phone,and rent 473.0301.tf n Robert or Shirley. Exper. Ref. a dozier work. Call 275-2268 7 am.7 J'J PAVING CONSTRUCTION

LAWN MOWER MECHANIC:With at CHAMPION DW.2"x52. 3BR/2BA. CH/A. BOATS FOR SALE 473-0713. itpd31522.294.5RESPONSIBLERoommate p.m. 375-2197 after 7'p.m. 14tpd. 3/1. Driveway., fill dirt, grading. 496-3446,
least 5 yrs. experience. Reference Take over pmti. $228/mo. Balance Due wanted. $''5p.r 5/31. Lake Butler. 4tchrg. 4/26. 5/26.
.... required. Manning Lawnmower Hwy $11,800. Will move. 4752597. week. 473-4868 or 475-1397 after Sp.m. NETTLES TREE SERVICE:All types tree WILL DO HOUSECLEANING 18 yrs. exp.
100. 1/2 mile W. of Keystone. 473- 4tpd419.26.3.10OWNERFINANCING3BR1BA 1976 CHAPARRAl-70 Hp Mercury. Itchg412.19MATURI work. 496- 326. tin 17 Call after 5 at 456-3144. Itchrg. 4/26.
Motor well. 473-3193.
home, runt
7675. 15 WOMAN-Jo assist retired man
lake access near Melrose. 1500 sq.ft. GREAT SKI BOAT-88 Gloillreom, 15',120 In home. Room and board. 479-2343. MOBILE HOMES
LOST with deck and porch CH/A pump I/O w/troller and canopy. Low Itchg4-19
fireplace, carpeting energy efficient mileage. Ex. condition. $5725. FOR SALE

REWARD-Lo April 20 In City ofKeyitone. fenced. $43.000-nothlng down. App. 284-4493 evenings/weekends.

Long ear, long tail, black $400/month. Call 475-2457. Ask for ltchg4-26 SUPER SAVER 14X60 3 BR 2 JA.d.livc.red ,
Amos. 2tchg4-19-26 .4 Pi. HARRK-pontoon boat with 18 hp.
and white throat red
wearing collar and
NETTLES TREE set up only $160 per
w/Melrose Vet. PIANO-Responslbte party to assume Evlnrude. New Deck and hard top.
tag. to month. Call Mitch or Jim at Unci.Roy' .
"Shadow". Family heartbroken. mall monthly payment on spinet $3500. Moveable aluminum dock by SERVICE .. 9043645197.
PLEASE call 4733310. piano. Can be seen locally. Credit Shoremaster 4-4'xlO' section,
1990 DOUBLEWIDI delivered and
LOST APRIL II-Cold cored Dept. 9042548481. 3 tc hg I-26.5.10 1.5'>CI0' section 1 dock bench. $2200. I up
link h 1t.J ii.emaVal Pruning': ,.;: only$178 per month. Call Jim Mitch or
Ft. 1986. Call 4737127. 2tpd4-26/9-3
bracelet green tone* at Lenten bed/bath/awnlng furnace or elec. r*'Sc re e rt;FfOircli e s j ;!Trimming Pe-mosslng. Jo. at Uncle Roy' 9043645197.
\ luncheon-United Methodic Church or gas and 1990 14 WIDE
1988 PROCRAFT: Maroon silver only $500 dawn $120 per
downtown Keystone or Miller. If water heaterFullsize refrlg. real sporty! 171/2 Foot, 135 MarinerOil : Custom Work Upon -.!/ .'....., lP'trewgodSpeclalizing month at Uncle Roy's.Call Joe or Jim at
found please call 4752598. ltpd4-26 4737265. 1tchg4-26! Injected Powertrim,Stainless '" 9043645197.
SOFA BED-wlth matching chair. Good prop : Request In Removal of
condition clean. Call 4733713. 28 Ib. thrust Mariner trolling motor Dangerous Trees APRIL SPECIAL only at Uncle Roy'., 1990
very LCR 2000 Humminblrd depth finder, ? FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL .FREE Estimates 14X60$600 down only$158 per month.
1 HP JET-Water 4752629.
Pump. 2 live wells, 20 gal. on-board tank. 2 Call Jim or Mitch at 9043645197.
Licensed Insured
1tpd4-26 new batteries.; custom hauler tra.ler.Used ; GEORGE OR JOHN SUPER DELUXI SINGLEWIDS 1990 14X60
approx. 75.80 hours. $7500. can Thomas D. :fettle ._ front' kitchens,, deluxe,. cabinet upgrade
-- -- ,, ? Will consider.trade! (or equjty.!! Call 496-1328 e Lake Butler' cacoet.. Bay .window only $1$9
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Reasonable Rates 964-8682 leave message. per mornn./ .:"Co *o.jl_ .Mltah; at
& FREE Estimates 904-364-51971'atch/g:: : 4/l9/26.

,. Lake Butler ApartmentsIs .

ASSURE WASffLET Beautiful New Nursing Home now taking applicationsfor NOTICE
2 & 4 bedroom
US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK 14'Q i Now Taking Applicationsfor apartments. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
to the Union County Time office
Wo .p oJaIlz4> In the following positions: Please at In writing and paid In advance
Houses, Pools Trailers, Concrete, Businesses, Etc. apply : unless credit I I. already establishedwith
NO JOB IS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL Lake Butler Apartments this office.
I RNs and LPNs e CNAs -must be certified 1005S.W.6thSt. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
064-3477/864-5601 782-3750/064-2231 e Certified Dietary Manager or Dietician Lake Butler FL 32054 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

e Housekeeping and Laundry Supervisor 496-3141 THE TELEPHONE.
Classified deadline I I. MONDAY 5
'lie '! e Maintenance Supervisor e Secretary/Receptionist Q[ Equal Housing Opportunity P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
Minimum charge I.15 word for$3.50
A heat ':ime' e Bookkeeper with medical billing experience. -- then 15 cent for each word thereafter. -

pump ifJo1 Helpful to be familiar with Medicare and Medicaid The art of weaving by tying knot

e Social Worker BSW or MSW preferred. probably began In the 1200's by
will feel Arabians but it wasn't called macrame -
anyone a Experience in long term care helpful. until about the 1400.. That'san
Arabic or Turkish word meaning

; ; Apply in person after May 2, 1990 fringe __ ,

comfortablea Pl111J *POSTAL JOBS*

; WINDSOR MANOR ORANGE PARK' Start at $11.41/Hr *
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with r- : '_._" MOBILE HOMES For exam and application info.

.... 602 E. LAURA STREET, STARKE l-(219)-836-8157, ext 562
...... ....... t -s BOB 272-6800 8 to 8 (CST 7
-- Buy Ik TUBS XL 1200 he*rap.Its days.
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the unit**eupEr klti effldcaqr Wp wince your atop us i*all Occupancy :
.I! Call today for awe ectall on the XL 1200 heat pump Ftaandnj Is vaJJt1e.: 1 and 2 bedroom apartmentsRent CONDITION

from $220. plus utilities -

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Rental information and applications available at the YOUR

Conditioning Contractors rental office 607 Bradford Court in Starke .-

CACO37639Scrrlnf Mon.-Fri. 9 to 5:30 PM or call ((904)) 964-6216 .
Bradford County: I 964-802 51
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When 964-6305 You Use Our 473-2210 Classifieds IT'S 496-2261 SIMPLE -: 1 crwiHeyarLREALTY

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REWARDII LOST BOXER PUP from MULTI FAMILY: Saturday April 28. 9-4. Iml
home on Morgan Road. Last seen FOR LEASE, PARTIALLY COMPLETED 1990 14-WIDE: Only $500 Down, $120/ Household Items, clothing and much
Apr. 15. Daughters graduation gift 1000 sq ft fast food location across Mo. Call Mitch or Joe, Uncle Roy's more. SR 16 W. 4 miles, turn left on 205 N. Temple. Starke
She Is heartbroken! Please call She- from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848 evenings Mobile Home Sales, 904-364-5197. 233 one mile. Look lor signs.425N.WALNUTSTREETSaturdayA.
lia at SS4-9768 or 533-3423 days. 473-3627 TFN 3 4 7 Cecelia Terwillegar
Answers to Tara". 1 FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/of floe 1990. 14M70, 3 BR/2 BA. Del. & Set-Up. : ril
MISSING:Solid Black Lab/Chow Mix dog spaoe: 3000 sq ft, located at Enter $750 Down $190/Mo. Call Mitch or 28,8 am HI??Dinette let everything 4 BR/2 BA Frame home w/4 Ac. Great rental prop.or
year and a half old. Last seen Saturday prise Park next to Sunshine Indus-' Joe, Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Sales from A to Z. Ask about water bed. |lust a nice llxer-upper Owner will finance w/good down payment $38,90O
April 21, with blue collar near, tries. Contact Diane Ely, 9645294TFN 904-334-5197. 4 7 MOBILE HOME ON 2 ACRES w/2O'.30' pole barn nice neighborhood. Call today
Gate Store on 301. Please contact at 3PROFESSIONAL ORANGE PARK MOBILE HOMES: 511 ST. CLAIR STREET: Big Yard Salel) for details.
468-1950 collect needed,am willing OFFICE SPACE FOR Champions,Skylines and Fleetwoods, Lots of what note dishes, albums all S.27 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY w/3 BR CB home. New CH/A, hardwood floors.
to oav reward. 1 RENT:Up to 1600 sq. ft.Will remodel New &Used. 272-6800. 4 kinds ot Item. to gander at. Rain Priced to sell $59,900
to suit or rent Negotiable. On Hwy BY OWNER: 1984 Fleetwood, '14x70 cancels., 7 OWNER ANXIOUS Must Sell! Broadway Street 4 BR. 2 BA large lam. room
301 next to LII Skeeter's 4 Insurance Mobile Home 2 bedrooms,2full baths, FIVE FAMILY YARD SALE: Friday and REDUCEDS5.000.00. Creative financing. $54,300
World. 18007717283. TFN large living room and kitchen,CH/A,2 Saturday, 4/27 ft 4/28. Everything CYPRESS STREET Beautiful Brick/Block home 2 Yr. Old. Fully turn., nice
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT SEIZED 3STEEL ceiling fans, stove and refrigerator. must go. Baby clothes, appliances neighborhood fantastic price I $44,800
VEHICLES- from $100. Fords, Mercedes BUILDINGS-TRIANGLE STEEL Raised cathedral ceilings. Set up eto. 301 across from Fairgrounds. HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOME witho beautiful view of Lake Sampson.

Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus- BUILDINGS. INC. Offers rigid steel blocks, pump and tank Call 7823762or 7. .. Located In Brimwood Point. 3 BR, 2 BA, Central Heat pump carpeted, Insulated
Buyers Guide. 1-602-838-8865%xt.' and frame steel buildings; all sizes 782-3469. 4 ;' w ': windows, skylights mahogany ext doors, sunken tub telling fans
17283. 2 See ourmodel center at 646 E.Union. TWO BEDROOM 12X65. Two miles \ .. BOATS I. I' ..,.. 2205 sq. ft. living area 1537 ..f. wrap around porch must.. to appreciate.
St., Jacksonville call toll free 1- South on Hwy 301. 468-2409.
1937 JEEP WRANGLERS: a to choose: or Owner financing a quallfed buyer. $103,000?
from.Autos and 5 sp., all have 8 cyl.. 8002736072. 3 414X52 19 FOOT, 120 MERCURY I/O: $3,000 or PRESTIGIOUS HOME In the city of Starke. 4 BR, 3 BA, fireplace, wood flsors,
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT next to LIBERTY.I982 best offertrade whatever.782-3370.
PS backseat, and low mileage. All assume payments many extras. 609 W. Call Street, $125,000
Courthouse. 964-7347 964- of $157.32 for 3 1/2 782- n .
priced to sell :$6995. Call 1-800-326- days; years call COUNTRY CLUB AREA 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA Brick home, fireplace, pool hot tub
4535 alter 5 p.rn. TFN 3 _. 3610.4 1986 PROCRAFT: Maroon and silver '
4227 or ((904)) 755-4440. 2 14X70 MOBILE HOME: 2 BR. 2 BA. real sporty)117 1/2 Fool 135 Mariner Immaculate cond. $123,000
71 BRONCO 4 WHEEL DRIVE: 351 MOBILE HOMES Central heat and air. Take over pay Oil Injected Powertrim,Stainless prop, BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME In the Country Club area.3/2 with nice 20'x16'dec-
Windsor 3 speed. $2,000 or best ck. Immaculate condition Priced to sell.
manta of $248.54/month. 7821236. 28 lb. thrust Mariner trolling motor
offer. Casll 376-1863 days 964-8682 4WHATS LCR 2000 Hummlnbird depth finder, UNION COUNTY Immaculate 3 BR/1 1/2 BA Brick home off 100W. Well
evenings. 2 2 live wells, 20 gal. on-board tank 2 manicured lawn with complete MH hookup all on 1 Ac. Creative
ANIMALS/PETS: new batteries custom hauler trailer. financing. $49,90O
VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes blewlde. with all the extras. $19.000 ;
Used approx. 75-80 hours. $7500. NICE FRAME HOME with 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, on 1.3 ocres. Central heat
Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus balance and $1000 down.Assume the '.FOR, ,SAt.EJ. .. Will consider trade for equity. Call and air. Remodeled 1989. Must see to believe. $41,500
Buyers Guide 1-602-838-8885. ExL loan. Will pay to have moved to your
A-3493. 2 lot. Call 373-3423 after 4pm. or 964- SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE 964-8682. leave message. BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR HOME Gorgeous landscaping. 3 BR 3
'81 HONDA CM 400 E. nice $975; '81 9115 during the day. 4 HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR?It 8FISHING BA,You must..to believe I Call for Details
Dodge Omni Auto $995;'76 Datsun DOUBLEWIDE: On Large Lot 4 BR. 2 worksll Now available for cats) GatorII BOAT:35 hp motor with trailer .2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Each lot UO'xUO1. ready to develop.
and $650. Call 964-
Truck w/topper, $1395; 79 F100. BA. In Brooker. 37500. Owner will Farm Supply, Ole Glory Feed and trolling motor.' vest today for tomorrow's future
tires TFNFREE 4757.8 .1 ACRES IN CITY LIMITS With septic tank and well. Fantastic price. Owner
300/6. sp., good $1595. 4682245. negotiate 485-2685,485-2884. Gold Kist. 8 BASS BOAT: 1986 Mallbu Slingshol120Mere.
2HUNDA1977 4 FREE KITTENS/FREE CATS: Many different l- financing. Call today for details. $19,900
:New rebuilt engine. Sacrifice FREE FREE Credit Check andProapproval colors need alternative homes. MinnKota, trailer 28 trl.pwr/mtr.tilt, extras., ss prop Bar PRICE REDUCED TO SELLi3 Ac, 3 septic tanks 2 power poles, 4" submergedpump.
mobile home loans. Into Reduced from $17,000 to 12000. Great 'Investment.
$275. Call 964-4757. on People are trying to force me gain. $3700. 7823506.. 8
1983 DODGE: 318 E. 250 Ram. custom. Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B taking them to Humane Society. 16 FT. GLASTRON w/50 hp Johnson el 1/4 ACRES W/SEPTIC TANK Well, power pole and 20'x30' concrete floor,
Auto, PS, PB. Tilt Wheel, Air new Homes, Lake CIty FL. 4 Please help. Call Carol after 8 p.m. motor and trailer;engine needs minor workshop. Owner financing. Call today for details.
tires, tutone paint, D 4 L, brown LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT IN FLORIDA and on weekends, 9646007. repairs.Trailer.$500080.9643228. .1/2 AC. LOTi W/well new cypress garage, 2-utll. bldgs., old frame house
trimmed with gold. Running boards, : All new homes 5% Down. 14 LAASA OPSOS: Has papers. 1 1/2 yrs. 8LOST and a 2-rm cottage. Priced to sell $18,900
CB and stereo.$5,000 or will trade for wldes start at $500 down Double- old. Male, white and tan, In tact. Best EYESIGHT MUST SELL 15 hp .20 ACRES* Fantastic Investment w/2, 4" wells, septic tank 3 acre fish pond
pickup truck of equal value. (904)) wldes at $800 down. Call 755-5115, and Prices to
FL offer. Also FREE to good home outboard motor, approx. 18 mos. old mony."tro. move
Circle B Homes Lake
496-3605. 2 City. German Shepherd mixed good watch: 15 hrs. In fresh water only. 468-1384. WATERFRONT! 190' on Sampson Lake. 160' on Deer Foot Trail Road 170'
1965 FORD 500 FAIRLANE: 8 cyl. auto 4 doogs. Great temperament 984-4470. 8 deep. Great fishing lake Now's the time to buy waterfront property.
1990 DOUBLEWIDE:24M44,3 BR 2 BA.
2-dr hardtop,all original.95restorad. Wood siding and shingle roof, plus 8STARKE 1987 SEA LION, 15 ft.5".center console .5 AC.ESIN UNION COUNTY With handyman special house. Property must
$2500.2 080. ((904) 4963605. free delivery and set up.$14,995.Call LAND 1987 85 hp Suzuki motor with power sell Call today to make on offer.
'65 CHEVROLET:V-8 automatic$500 or 755-5114 Circle B Homes,Lake City FOR SALE trim, Hummlnbird 2000 depth finder, TOW LOTS Ready to build on. Beautiful location. Lakewood Estates. A veryprestigious
FL 4 Mercury Thruster trolling motor. Classic neighborhood. Call today for more information.
best offer. 964-9186 964-2910 after
7 2 or BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- PROPERTY: 8 miles west of drive-on trailer less than 30 hourson ONE ACRE CORNER lot on 230.230 A. Fantastic Development Property.
p.m. wide. $1,000 On. PmL Singlewide. city.3 acres with 24x57, 3 bedrooms all. $5995. Call 964-8922. tfn INVESTMENT BUSINESS FOR SALE Trailer Park. 4 trailer units rented; 4 lots
$500 dn.pmL Everyone can buy bad 2 baths doublewlde. Also 12x24 end 8PREQUALIFYING rented w/4.5 Ac.450'well 9-septlc tanks also Inc. 1800 of block home, 3 BR, 2
i. O .:rlf..QU"'Q, ; credit or no credit. Call 7555114. opening shed. $44.000, negotiable. BA. CH/A w/huge fireplace, sep. well and septic tank. Financing available
-- --- Circle B Homes Lake City, FL Call ((904) 282-0930,_ 9 ST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT HOME Beautiful vl.wof St. Johns River. Home has

LOST: SET OF KEYS and gas cap on 4SUPER 100' of riverfront prlv. boat ramp, 100' sea wall landscaping Is gorgeous.
Brass Key Ring. Lost week before SAVER: 14x80, 3 BR/2 BA. De- | Roadfrent Is paved on CR 13. Fantastic Investment. Wonderful Get-Away.
Easter. Call 473-0376. 5 livered ft Set Up. Only $160/Mo. Call
LOST: BLACK COLLIE/SHEPr White Mitch or Jim, Uncle Roy's Mobile FREE For FHATVA or Conventional AFTER HOURS

chest and paws Answers Jazz or Home Sales 9043645197. I Sandra TarwIIUgar . . . . . .964. 211

Jasmine. Slightly deformed. Please 4 Mortgages. Anne Terwillegar Brown . . . .. . 473-7541

_ contact 6 (' Adrienne/Marly, 964-6300. 1990 ONLY DOUBLEWIDE$178/MoCall: DEL Mitch a: SET-UP.or Jim Gainesville Mortgage Co. Inc. Debra Connaughton . .". . . . . .964.2833

.Looking? ''L I'jJW Pjm': "''III111 WO|r1 364-5197. 4 p ckasei'&eBrVance or Construction;
WHY: PAY MORE? 1990 28x70, 4 BR,'2 Fixed Rate or AdjustablePh. .
Check theClassifiedsl BA Only $275/Mo. Call Mitch or Joe 964-3739
Uncle Roys Mobile Home Sates 904-
3645197. 4 HAROLD K. DAVIS g P. O. Box 568. Starke. FL
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Licensed Mortgage Located Longcharnp Bldg., ,

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CR 229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133
Mobile Home Lots with well & septic.

Qualified buyers No Money Down

Building lot in Keystone .......................$5.00O
200 Acres In Bradford County ................$1,500 Acre T a.

100 Acres South of ............$1,250 Acre
Commercial Building onwards Road...$ 0.000 Fill Dirt, Top Soil

New 5.000 ft. warehouse south of
m Starke for Sale or Lease Large or Small Loads of Llmerock

60 Acre Farm with 2 houses & barn c Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

I EQUAL HOUSING fenced with 2 fishponds

Susan M. faulkner, ORI. CAB President e 43 Acre farm with 2.200 sq. ft. home In jgy964.6182 + 964.5823 9646095Accelerated '
Alachua County..................................,150.000 *

ERA Faulkner Realty 'Inc. 6 1/2 Acres near Lawtey.! .....................$15.000
Lake lots In Alachua County Restrictedfor a a a a
Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R. 100 e 221 Lafayette St. houses only

j *LAKEFRONT PROPERTY! 3 BR, 2 BA D/W horn. with garage on Sampson lake 3,000 sq. ft. home on Suwanncc River at
46-90 Fowlers Bluff....................................$175.000 Realty inc.
I *J LOTS 75'. MO EACH on paved road with privileges to George's Lake: 28.90
*HOME IN CITY 2 BR, 2 BA. Could be made Into 3rd BR, on 2 Ac. 590. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANYRonald
*J '1. 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME.on 5 acres of land. 211.89 :
.4.17 ACRES ON NE 30th Ave. 42-90 E. Newman 964-6881 964-4544
*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON US Ml SOUTH:'Appro...2 acres, owner financing.
12-90 Hwy. 301 S. [ 1St:

J *LAWTEY AREAS 4 Ac.with over 2,000 sf.home CH/A with screened porch, also LAVERN H. OUTLAW Starke,. FL ... :
I has Income producing 2 BR MH on property. 36-90 i' .11I
1 *BEAUTIFUL WOODED COUNTRY CLUB S/Di Corner lot priced right excellent .I

I terms. 136-89 .F"tJ a x/IIomes v/Lot v/Acreage yvaterfrontsFarms
] *IS ACHES IN LAWTEYl Priced for quick ...1.. 17S-89 : Thinking ofbuyina or JelfingrCairust' .
I *NICE > BR/1 1/1.A on 1/2 acre. Fenced lot. (42.500.189-89 Evenings ctWevek rid$; : NConuncrclalI ,
I *CITY LOT. 150x1501 All utilities available. Excellent area. $12.000 .
I COUNTRY STARTER HOME ON 2 1/2 AC. Lawtey area, 24x24' workshop 3/4 1i'J'AR.JU:.n. You Full Service Real Estate Office I SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwelgon Brick living. Dining ft Family I
I cleared land. 38-90 a Rooms CH/A 2310 SF, Porches. 2,8 Ac. S
1 *3 BR 1 BA on 1.11 ACRES Steal this on. for 32000. CH/A. 18.90 Uavictt. Dodge I COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/1 BA Frame,, Uvlng-Dlning-Kltchen Combo I
112x60 DOUBLEWIDE 1 acre. 4 BR 2 BA, an exceptional mobile ho..... a I w/Snack Bar. Den Screened Porch, 3.62 Acres, Pole Barn Nice Cleared L,i
39900. 198-89' fttrti. <*; I Spot for Gard.n. f
*REDUCTION LAKE LOT REDUCED $5,000. Owner anxious to deal. 7.90 1403 PRATT STREET 3 BR/1 B 1/2 BA CI ft Frame, large Family Room Launa -
11 ACRES IN RIVERBEND Owner financing. 147-89 I dry Room. Nice lot. .
I *ALMOST'NEW BEAUTIFUL MICK HOMES 3 IR, 2 BA In country. 146-89 REALTOR NEW BRICK HOMEt4 BR/2 BA Stove, Refrl' B Dishwasher Sun Deck. 2240 I
I *LAWTEY AREA HWY IMt: Concrete block on one ocr. 34-90 SF, Well ft Septic, 1 Acre
*1 3/4 ACRES ON SAMPSON LAKE 11 Immaculate home. Must se.. 173-89 I r : a I LAKE ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame, Large Family Room w/Flreplace. CH/A
I *NEW LISTING 4 BR. IN-GROUND POOL. call for more details 51-90 2184 SF, has S76 SF Workshop landscaped Lot.
EXECUTIVE HOME on 5 acres. Too good to miss. 181-89 BEAUTIFUL JO ACRES 6 ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY, 3BR/1BA A-Frame w/Porch. All Round, I a
WATERFRONT Great time of year to check this one out. 4 BR.21/2 BA. 206-89 MUST SEE:: irick I Cedar.RBR,2BA .over 1000 si. 41 24x50 Pole Born and 8x9 Tool Shed Well C Septic. On Paved Rood.
I *HAVE A NUMBER OF DOUBIEWIDES In our Inventory. Call Information.. Fenced,3 ears pond 2 1 em..|er....Many Extras I CJSl's/' J QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA CB Two-Story Stove C Refrig. Elct Heat I
J *BARBER SHOP) (Going Business)with real estate.and.equipment. Priced to soil F a 1 Window AC Well a Septic. 1 Acre. a
Call Irene for details. 121-89 I CHURCH STREET 3BR/1BA Frame a Brick, CH/A. Range, Refrlg
1 *33 1/3 ACRES) WITH FARMHOUSE 3 BR. 1 BA.Has 3 poultry barns now being us- *ON SR UWi Gorgeous dblwlde,J/J CH/A All eppl.,pool 21/2 oc. $47,500 I Dishwasher. S Fan., Nice Corner lot. ,
led. would need to update houses. 162.89 B..,Area, Brick 3 yrs.old, over 1 SCO plus,,dbl.! gar.,Many Extras. 94.000 LAKE GENEVA 2BR/18AFrame, Screened Porches, 14x16 Utility Bldg Well
14.M ACRES With nke doublewlde.: Has 1 utility and 1 workshop, high B dry *Excellent Neighborhood.Stucco 3/2 CH/A,FP, rge, rig.D.W.. $59,900 I1 Septic. .
land. 166-89 63 Acres of cleared form land. Older MH.2 well $2,000/ac. a I TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY 3 BR/2 BA Doublewlde: Mobile Home CH/A a
1*LAWTEYl 2 BR. 1 BA good rental property owner will consider financing.168-89 Concrete block 3/1.central heat In Stark. 100x123 lot. $39,000 I Stove Refrl Graham Area.
MADISON STREET Colonial home, only on. of Its hind In Starke. 2 acres oltropical .* Lakufront. Fish t Swim Weekend cottage. Furnished. Sandy Beach $44,900 .J HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2 BR/1 BA Frame, Stove I Refrlg, Nice Lot, Good I ,
and trees. 2 rental units Includ..d. 176J 9 From., 1400 sq.ft.4 BR, 1 3/4 BA Large lot;In country. $45,000 1 Rental Property.
*HWY Ml plants SOUTH Commercial property with established business and lovely .* Assumable Mortgage I Brick.11t/11/211A, Of/A.ilge.R..., 49900. I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY,
with ....... 191.89 .* Highway !6West,4/2Vt. CMIA. 1496 SF on I acre: REDUCED. $54.000 a I HWY 301 South 200 Ft. en Highway' Plenty of Wereheuse Space.
HWY 16 WESTi Immaculate 3 11121/2 BA. fireplace and many other extras. .* In Country Club: Brick 3/2 CH/A All appliances. 2 Car garage, 2000 sf. I HWY Ml North Salvage Yerd. with 9 BR/1 BA CB Home IbM Mobile I II
acre. 194.89 Excellent neighborhood near the hospital Comer lot 3/2 CH A. REDUCED Home 40x60 Auto Repair Shop 1 Septic Tenks end 4 Wells w/Pumps en 1 |
$67.soo NICI SHADED on LOT IN TOWN Approx. 1600 sq* ft. brick. 2 1/ BA. 195-89 ,* Brick 3/2 CH/A,Walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. $48,300 a I Ac,...
H40 ACRE NICI LAND WITH 11 DUO.STOCKED FISH PONDS With an established In. 1* Bedford Lake,2/1 CH A, completely furnished, extra nice. 100x300. $73,000 East Call Street-. Nice Office Blda: Suitable for Doctor or Dentist Practice i
elee. 196-89 ,*. Brick CH A, over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acres SELECTED PROPERTIES
and pole.
com., has 2 septic Neat I Clean 2/1.Heat Air.Make appointment to 29900..
*RENTAL. 3 BR, 1 BA, On Crosby lake, Has dock. $450 Month ,1* StarkeHlstork.Renov.6BR,3ftBa.oiireplacet.Duplex,1Ac.see. REDUCED 1 140 ACRESCan be purchased In 20-Acre Tracts, Planted Pines, Near I

I 1* Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm home 4/2M Bo on 36 acres. Lawtey. s
Call One of Our Professionally 1* In Stork. CB. 3/1,CHBA, 1200 plu.' sq. ft.on 11 I Ox 11 0 lat. $38.500 J I HOME HOME SLOG BLDO LOTS LOTS Hwy Shady 16W.Oaks City S/D.Water.Brooker.t Sewage Owner Financing.
REDUCED Cedar home Franklin stove CH/A, refr., dlen. 1
1 rge. x>n acre.
Trained Staff Today...984-8069 1* Over B Acres. Brick 4/2 1/t. CH/A. .1.......... ever B100 si. All .,pllo_,. J11 1 FOUR J-ACRE TRACTS' Brooker..Hwy Frontage, Owner Financing.
After Hours Call These Realtor Assocfatea: 1* Waterfront Crosby lake canal.Doublewlde.CH/A. Rge., Ret. 34000. 19.$ ACRES Frontage en New River, Well B Septle.A""IiOU.SI Financing
1st' Farm House I Barns on 3 acres.Good area.Close to Storke. REDUCED.
Irene Faalkiier..964-514a ,*Cedar 2-Slory: 9 BR. 3 BA.All Appl.2 FP.7 acr... Appt. Only

Darlene Qodwin......4882803e 1* Good Selection of Lake Lots late of Acreage a Commercial Property I 964tS9)I .
Wkrren Woody Kyder..984-OO4O 1*US 301 South:large triple wide,3/2 on 4 A plus ocr... $67,000 I Wayne Nevis Ward Douglas 44-7454 SIII Gees,. 9646664A SIR Dodd 964.7400 |

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run 9:58: In the two mile run. Schol
from Buchholz has a 10.02, and Bar
nard of Buchholz has a 10:03.: SAVE "
North Marion has posted a 3:17: in :
the mile relay. The race will be for !I I
second place, Buchholz at 3:22: and
Eastside at 3:24.: They'll stay with AT ALL U .

NM Loper until says.the last two runners,Coach $$ ABC'SJO'W .

Top shot put effort is by Lawrence
Jones, GUs, at 45 feet. Giller, OF, AvODA
has also thrown 45 feet.
Jason Fales,ES,at 130 feet has the !
best discus throw. Johnson,OF, has JtB I
thrown 126'9".
Best long jumper coming In is SCOTCH '
Stacy Smith, ES,23'4". Strappy,ES,
'. 1 1 1 / 49
has 1um WALL
Stacy Smith, ES, has the best tri 7 DAY 149 l
45'9" Troy Strappy, ES, LTR. ML
jumped 45'7", SALE v AT ABC L'-_> CS.CF12.$77.88 a-- CS.OF12.S13U5LA L'QUOU & WIFE PRICES
Farnell Walker, ES, has high -
jumped 6'4". Then it drops off to
around 6 feet.
Roger Drost, Buchholz, is tops in GRANDE GUSTAFSON
the pole vault at 13'6". 10W-MT
= QIdiiI JIkIpI Gilbey's I Pe1S5169 Drambuie S ST19.99
The .. 699OIOtOINAI.
Regional. IPt IIO. RUM : F LlerPllaIM_. .........I Hennessy VS 2 16.99
The first four individuals and first Gin. A/IA..'...,,111 tIlL.
four relay teams will advance to the a.'A1P I Mexicans 2,3! 11.99
Region 2 Championships Thursday, 99 99 aR11TOL TEOUIU p pppl o jy nr GALLON
May 3, at the University of Florida ; 14 .2 Haeveq's CREAM 2 7.99 LIMIT TWO 1 GALLONS PLEASE
track. LTD. LTA.

The Bradford Effort... CS.OF 6-$89.94 es.OF 8.$75.50 Bailey's CRUM M7bei 12.99 I I 1
W .1.c. x @ &J Brandy 2 6.99.

be Sophomore the top Bradford Monika Williams High com will AIIgIMTogR B+)m I 99 CounroisierVS 215.99 jEmim ff AlcnoU

petitor. She has a chance to qualify I .VODD
750 ML AmarAtta SUuu {J?
in five events. 13.99
Williams best event is the discus; cmoo : GIN RUM
she has thrown 109'10", the lead
distance coming in. Williams has i 22 11 : 99 49lTR
thrown the shot 34'6". She has long : ML 14 ,
jumped 15'11", and triple jumpedd 7 LT. LT7.
34'2'i", > es.OF 6.$137.50 CS.OF 12-$142.50 '
< CS.OF 6.$89.94 CS.OF 6-$58.94
IOAVI ulroo 11IO "
... 7 110 Beautieu "Mrs :? 99
W illiams will run the second leg of Bolls I .P .OM: ML 4.69 u.
the mile relay. BACARDI f). N'S Qt"' Sebastian! = 429 ABSOLUT TAAJCAVODKA
Nicole Wanton has a chance of
GIN Mouton Cadet Sff S 5.99
qualifying in the 330 hurdles but will .
have to put it all together to place, RUM ,,,, : Beringer arM.a = 5.99 $ VODKA
says Coach Loper. Torres ..88 ML fl.49 'Owhwft -- Gill
t ,Jen_ Sf 12.99
The 440 relay team of Bridget 99

and Holder Arkeva Nicole Williams Wanton have, Sherri a chanceof Bass, 699 ML LTR. JabouIcl.Yerdlerro "" 760 6.99 Glen Ellen c='='l. = 4.79 11"H 750 ML 9'9

placing. The BHS team has the eS.OF12.$83.88 CS.OF 12.$83.88 JHet.Yenhm! = 5 6A9 Simi! aM/aolw.r H 13.99 CS.OF12.$143.88 CS.OF 59.94
fifth best time coming in, 51.3, but it
is close and the handoffs could deter 1 I I I *Trimbadi TSi2? ft 8.99 Sebastian! r-::' = 4.29 Stolichnaya
mine the outcome, Loper says. TAR K OV
An outside chance to place is the Valckenbergu::= 4A9 Geyser Peek-=:-,= 4A9 80 VODKA '
mile relay teams. The darkhorse Seagram'sV.O. CanadianMist VODKA
quartet is Rene Daugherty, Monika 4 !' 7110 Beaulleu : = 7A' 7919.99 sate
Williams, Bridget Holder, and Pesttvino I'lancG..1OTTU.. ML 5A9 "". -3.00 un
Urns MartiniMondavi I 2 5.49
Sherri Bass. 750 6.29 SALE axrwae "
There are few more boys than 14 ML rJd1Th: la Francesca v IOAYl l 2 2.99 JdIMMM'' lee 1 i 91 R5115Th LTR.
girls. However, the boys, more than ME'ww M< 8.99 '
the girls, have been sick with the Win I4.29 A1T1n Jadot : 760 7A9 Gaiio SMMI01'UM6 7M A AA CS.OF$119.94 CS.OF 12-$77.88CS.
stomach virus. r 51eATE VI wwrsww ML JC.T7

Coach Loper Is worried about CSOF1295.88 .OF-$75.48 I
sophomore Larry Green placing in Sebastiani MONDAVI ,
the top four in the mile. Green has *
been sick the better part of the. last 1 LORD SAUVWNMCHMOOMMT CABERNETSAUVIGNON USHERS
three weeks. M SAUVIGNONBLANCWbtteLabd".' '
Tyrone Sanders, 15.2 coming in CALVERT WHITE ZINFANDEL SCOTCH
has a chance to place in the 120 yarcihigh 1.7517.991111E CANADIAN SCOTCH

Trammel hurdles.Jones, at 11 flat, has f JLT".2.0CI MFR n 649 ., ',
a 1349 1419 -
1299 "w 1.5
chance to place In the 100 meters. = IS 99 AFTER ; ML
The 440 relay is a definite possibility REMTI 94 I CS.OF 6.$38.94 CS.OF 6.$47.94 -
to place at 43.6. The team Is Scott CS.OF6-$107.94 CS.OF 6.$77. CS.0F12-$141.50 CS.OF 8.$89.94

Duncan,James Davis,Clyde DeSue, ," ,JUG"IWINE'rSALE:' :'" -,
and Trammel Jones. They're in the WINDSOR Cutty d" se>lhins
,, ,
group after Eastside and Buchholzin pAIftMI IMFaua "'
CANADIAN Gallo .0Ml .5.99 Moet&C iandon M' M 17.99 '- 4' !
the 43's. It'll all depend on who's ,; LTR SarkSCOTCH n '
healthiest and who has the handoffs krown'(; Korbel '" M 9.99 FROM OLEHET
down, Coach '"
says CarlolossiLt3.79
1 99 amX-ilii. : 99
Tosti 26.99
1349 s Miwa 2 O99
Taylor IMCOUfTII't LTII.,4.79 I
Derrick Long at 118'8" has a iiw ML 11IO Freixenet ne 5.99 ML
IM1I 51041
possibility of placing in the discus. D'OII ML.OWOCD CS.OF 6.$129.95 CS.OF12-$159.95
Derrick has thrown the shot 41'10". Gold Seal I' 3 7M 4.99
Joel Jacobsen, who has been ill, : I I I Riunhenuntnin:: : Jl 5.49 : ML .
had a definite third or fourth in the tr.Sb ? ] ACHER
UIMMMMn Dom Perignon 2:69.99 !
pole vault. His illness diminishes his jlEISCHMANNS.. IIVEAR Ingienook tl441. *Ill.OmIll LIR 6.29
VM PREFERRED wmm_ Cook's KS 2 3.99

1.7510.99 BLEND sAlE BOURBON Gallo'c=.FL\14.99 Beaaro 1I = 8.49 '
The mile relay, after the first LTR. MF0. a1 ; 1499 20"
three, has a chance to place at 3:34 .3.00 :
or 3:35.: The team is Scott Duncan 199 tS 1279' ARE AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC STORES ONLY CS.OF 6-$89.94 cs.OF 8.$125.94
Kenny DeSue, James Davis anciTyrone REBATI

Sanders. es.OF6.$65.94 CS.OF 8.$76.74
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Putting It Together... Seagt'Q 's .

The coaching staff from the dif- CWU Schlitz Schlitz
ferent schools each take one or more 86 PROOF
event. 30-36 people are lined up to *' 5I "APREMIUMBEERAT./ MAIJ' .lJQ..llOl1299 .. \ BUSCH LIGHT 'it
help-timers,starters,judges,clerksof ? 10 Oz.CAN I NATURAL LIGHT o 11h,,,.
the course, announcer, a 999 _
scorekeeper, awards, inspectors, '' MLCS.OF6$77.94 79 39APOPULMHIICr
hurdles crew, ticket takers, conces- eS.OF12.S119.88 1 279 ,eoz 10L
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Including this year,Bradford High CS.OF-$77.95 CS. OF 12-$131.83 624-1:5 1..PK 2..PK 3.-PK'
has had seven state champions and _s: : :cI:L aiii :'c1AILs: Ls j .tim ILamL'
four second place winners In state 1 I 1 '
competition.As .
a team, the Tornadoes have CWDWI KING SIZE GEN SEE' GERMAN
won only one state championship, in ) _
1989, when Junior Acevedo and Clint KESSLER PREMIUM 86,g i SA'
Reed were both state champions in BLEt119 THE PREMIUM II IN THE : REGULAR LIGHT;
The Tornado team was state

and state runner-up Lawrence champions in 1978 Patrick in.when their class.were Lin Davis both j 629 ML 1 160;.1319] 349.. t,-l1., 229 1101 WICS.OF12.$75.48 99L 6-fK ti i ma F

Other state champions were Mike:
Crews, iii 1975 and 1976, and Bobby
Martin in 1981. Runners-up at the Coupon Items below are limit 2 per customer with coupon on dates Indicated.
state level were Kevin Meng, 1974;
Mike Crews, 1974 Lin,Davis, 197t '
amd Randy Thompson, 1979. I LVELVI

Softball Exhibition 1 1 infw eLT1L
,19.99 12.99
6.49LTA. I
a Set Here SaturdayFive I Ia l:
e INII_.reau.oe euimum *
local softball teams will playa WEDNESDAY,APR*.29 FR10AY,APIIIL 27 --- BUMDAY.APRIL 21 I TUESDAY.MAY 1

Ii f' at round-robin Edwards preseason Road Complex tournament this I TAYLOR I i 8!I CiIAAANDDRI ? BOSCACANEI GALLO1ej ' ABC, .

The live teams are the Starke e
,Stars,the sponsoring Baptism 3.89 LTR.u |8i i 8i70 7Mi ML 1 5'T'Oi i ;' 1.99 .Bfi, J4.79WE
Church, First
Baptist I! irueti .eeivrM IRACuetorM.Rd/F.M Irnl11/I10MleweOU.M IP 0JST6lw
: Lawtey, First Presbyterian Church
I of Starke, and First United
Methodist Church of Starke. The J BEAT i ALL t IIQUORlOCfty I
Stars are sponsored by the Youth 1
I Softball Association.The I
opeIJ.I concession stands will be / DVlRUSED: t

I Games are at 9..m.11 a.m.,and 1.
, 3,and 9 p.m.


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Democratic Gubernatorial

Candidate Bill Nelson Visits-

Bradford, Clay, Union CountiesCalling

himself the leading under- prison cellblocks at Florida State
dog, U.S. Rep. Bill Nelson, an announced Prison or Union Correctional Institution -
Democratic candidate for but he met some employees.
governor of Florida, hopped, skip- Political polls which came out
ped, and ,jumped through NE Saturday morning,showed Nelson a
Florida In a day-long visit last Fri- distant second to newcomer Lawton
day,April 20. Chiles. But Nelson claimed Chiles
\ iiikt Nelson,from Palm Bay on the SE entry into the race was a blessing in
Florida coast, primarily was In- disguise.
r terested in seeing first-hand the "You watch when we go on TV.We're .
state prison system here. He also
going to take off like a
T # visited the courthouses in Bradfordand rocket,' Nelson told Bradford Judge
Union Counties. The entourage, George Pierce who he met in the
led by. Nelson's local campaign courthouse hallway.Joe .
manager Len Schlofman,had lunchat Williams asked if Nelson
the home of campaign supporter would promise not to
Anne and C.G.Hill at Kingsley Lake. political parties if change
Friday night, candidate Nelson and course,"said NelsOn.who has serv-
wife,Grace,were honored guests at ed 18 years as a Democrat, first in
an open house at Schlofman's Coun- the Florida House and now in the
try Club Estates home,attended by U.S. House of Reresentatlves.
some 172 persons, including people Nelson chatted with Judge Pierce
from Bradford, Union and Clay and Williams about their common
i a Counties. roots In Washington County in West
c;,; Nelson began the day at 8 a.m. In Florida.
? riW courthouse about 11 a.m. Friday officials and members of the public
___,. afternoon he toured prisons, spen- who happened by, spending not
u """ ding the major portion of his time at more than IS minutes in the Brad-
the Reception and Medical Center in
Bill Nelson Meets UCI Prison Employees... Lake Butler which he toured and ford At courthouse.Kingsley Lake, Anne Hill
Gubernatorial candidate Bill Nelson goes down the line at Union CorScott, Nelson's N-FL campaign director AI Kurth, Rep. George Crady then rode around the new$11 million welcomed Cong.Nelson to her home
sectional Institution meeting prison employees. with back to camera Dr.Len Schlofman, UCI Asst.Supt.Paul Gunning, spartan prototype prison. Nelson and said a cross-section of
Nelson was Introduced by Bradford-Union campaign manager Len candidate Nelson, Dwayne Horton, Dr. Manuel Guerrero, Kim Norris, also toured the new New River Cor- County was represented. "1 than
Schlofman, third from left, who knows most of the prison personnel InSusan Dagger,Col.John II.Whitehead Bradford Commission Chairman rectional Institution. The lack of
eluding the inmates.From left,Bradford School Board Chairman Jimmy Maxie Carter Jr.,and Bradford Chamber Executive Director Anita Rink. time kept Nelson from visiting see Nelson page 90

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I Local Youth Dies of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound i iA The .

16-year-old Starke youth died calibre handgun was recovered at the of and
sign depression learning lives
April 22 was also addressed dur-
Center In University Medical the scene. According to Henry, no from this experience. The damage young session attended I
suicide victim.Jacksonville, an apparent death.known motive was given in the caused by drugs and alcohol In imately 200 student by approx ChiropracticCenter

The youth was found at 3 I a.m.Sunday School counselor Geraldine Grif- r ,
| lying In a large amount oM blood fia, who had several students that Mature Adults Needed for
In the kitchen area of his home, i according were upset by the death,realized the or part time >
H, to Chief Deputy Pat Henry. need for a comfort group.A'healingcation' employment. Flexible Hours. LossPreventionperson OVER 700 INSURANCE ACCEPTED Dr.: VA. Berry
was transported to Bradford was attended by students at COMPANIES
Hospital then by TRAUMA I to Bradford High School Tuesday also needed. .AUTO ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES
Jacksonville where he died at 2:14: afternooa. The possibility of .HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN
wound the self.Inflicted gunshot establishing a peer support group Apply in person at: ,.NECK&ARM PAIN .LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS
to the head,said Henry.A.38 was discussed as well as recognizing Wal-Mart MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL

III Jobs. The Focus At Public LibraryA 1371 S. Walnut St. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE.

program entlUed HOW to Get For more information call Deerfoot Village Shopping Center .
Your First Job should enlighten you 9644400 or stop in. Starke Florida 964-8018
on these and other questions you .....
from Pizza Hut)
may have. 864 N.Temple, Starke (Across
April 30, from 7 to 9 p.m., the
Bradford County Public Library will
present it's third program in the
Wanted: Young Adults at the
Library series. '

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any explanation been made as to was his but he had no idea where the She was released after a$2,500 surety mischief, disorderly conduct accor- Brooker Woman
Police why an armed burglar would leave a money came from said Reno.A bond was posted. ding to Deputy Daniel D. Pearson.
JJeat[ stack of $100 bills about four inches. search of the dome and nearby Mary Elaine Gruber, 39, of St. Bond was set at$500, he was released Charged In TrespassA
thick behind. woods by local authorities failed to Augustine was charged with having on his own recognizance,orderedto -year-oldBroHBwoounwas
A masked man broke Into the reveal the suspect but the shotgunand a dark liquid in a small bottle (hash violate no laws, stay away from arrested April 21 when she refusedto
by Carolyn Eaves Richard Harris home through a ski mask were found.The ownerof oil) in her possession, according to victim. leave a residence.
BCT Staff WriterMoney sliding glass door about 9 a.m. the gun has not been identified nor Henry. She was released after a Rhonda Yvonne Cone was chargedwith
Wednesday.April 11. The man held has an arrest been made.The nearly $2 1\00 surety bond was posted. Intoxicated Woman disorderly intoxication and
FoundIn Michelle Harris and her three $40,000 supposedly left behind in the The contraband was found during Gets ArrestedA trespass after warning according to
Break-In.. children at gunpoint, threatening home is in the custody of DEA. the routine search of visitors at the Deputy Anderson Holland.
her if she called for help,said Reno. Two Charged prison. 29-year-old Albuquerque woman Bond was set at $1,000. Cone was
Probe ContinuesThe The woman was able to escape the was arrested April 21 for being released on her own recognizance,
Investigation Is house and the unknown subject fled With Taking Lawtey Man Charged drunk and disorderly. ordered to violate no laws, stay
continuing In- the property through a bedroom win- Debra Gaye Sattler was walking
to a Contraband to PrisonTwo With away from the victim.
man into ToolsA
breaking a Starke Throwing
dow before police arrived. No one north on Us-301 early Saturday mor-
home April 11, taking money but in the incident. Inmates at she had
was Injured women visiting 23-year-old Lawtey man was ar- ning after and her boyfriend
leaving more money.: A' bloodhound brought into the Lawtey Correctional Institutionwere rested for throwing tools Into been fighting, according to Chief Grand
the According to Major W. C. Reno, home to make sure the man wasn't arrested April 21 after contra- the hack window of a Ford Deputy Pat Henry. Sattler who was
Drug Enforcement Agency has hiding inside, sniffed narcotics in a band was found In: their possession. Mustang and attempting to fight creating a hazard would not
Joined unusual the circumstances Investigation of the bedroom, according to Major Reno. Marcelia Jennins Wescott, 29, of with a man and his wife. cooperate with deputies and was JuryFederal Indicts
the incident surrounding! The large amount of cash and a Jacksonville was charged with hav- Charles Thomas Swyers was on charged with disorderly intoxica
No arrest has on West Madison Street. small amount of marijuana was ing cannabis in her possession, ac- the property of Jimmy Kirby where tion.Bond was set at$120.25,she was Keystone
been made nor has found TTnrrta' sold' thn marijuana cording to Chief Deputy Pat Henry he was charged with criminal released on her own recognizance.

Iffi: .. Heights Man

____ -- Ellen
WPF by Sue Smith

1CT Staff WrrfM
'''i"it'! 1 r A federal grand Jury In Jacksonville -
returned an indictment April 12
which charges Thomas P. Poston,
a PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. OICE S3, of Keystone Heights with five
:r; tp { I a : I STORE // counts of income tax: evasion and
yr I APRIL 26-MAY 2, 1990 / failure to file federal income tax
/ 1 l RESERVED The Indictment states that Poston
8A.M. o. through his extensive dealings in
Tit cash and his allure to keep ap-
propriate records of business and
L1RM. financial transactions, evaded the
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF payment of his federal income taxes
for the years 1983, 1963, 1986, and
W-D BRAND 1987.The indictment also states that
BOTTOM ROUND. Poston failed to file a federal incometax
According to the Indictment,
Poston owes the Internal Revenue
FRYER SHOULDER or Service a total of more than $51,000in
taxes for the years 198387.
If convicted on all five counts,
Poston could face almost $1 million
lEG QUARTERS PICNICS RUMP ROAST in fines, a maximum sentence of 21

years in prison, or both, plus the
. costs of prosecution, the U.S. At-
torney's Office said.
Poston,when called at home,said
he had just heard about the Indict-
9-11 LB. ment himself and would not com-
ment on the char. es..

Recent ArrestsIn

rs POOoBTAMra sawr. Bradford CountyThe

following arrests were madein
Bradford County by local
authorities. I

LB. LB. LB. Timothy Leggette, 33, was ar-
rested April 21 for contempt (retail
j theft, possession of cannabis loiter-
ing and prowling, retail theft), ac-

$ Bond was set at $968.40 cash only.
Herbert Lee Williams 38, of
Alachua wa arrested April 21 for non
compliance with court order, accor-
W.D REGULAR FARMER'S CHOICE ding to Deputy Davis.

John Richardson,
Edwin 20 was
: nr ", ." 8 ... (;onnnunU" arrested April 23 on a Texas warrant
,< .
2. 8'1- '' r-. ., and arson,accor-
.s : .
gaNKS' 'l5-oz 2 14 9 of Starke ding to Deputy Jason Bennett.
12-oz. SIZE 1-LB.
PKG. PKGS. Checking 'traveler's Checks Lauren Mattox,33,was warrant additionally from
charged on a
Savings Account Credit Card Applications
for prostitution, according
Orange County
u.s. CHOICE!! INDIVIDUALLY QUICKLY FROZEN U.S.D.A. INSPECTED Loan Applications Money Orders to Bennett.
VEAL CUTLETS orLOIN FLOUNDER CertificatesdDeposit Night Depository Deputy
$799 $99WINGS 58' Money Market Accounts Notary Public
; CHOPS . b FILLETS. . PII&. . . La Ellis Vernon Shephard,40,was ar-
HOURS rested April 18 on two counts throw-
U.S. CHOICE ROUND BONE or BLADE MON.- uED. 9 am.-" p.m. s1tm'f 13(L(1 ing deadly missile, according to
LAMB SHOULDER $2< 99 SOUTHERN PRIDE $399 PORK $880 THUflS. I FA I. 9 W Deputy Bennett. Bond was set at
!5-11 ll.
CHOPS. . . u BEEF PATTIES . BOX t RIBLETS . . PI cr. SATURDAY8e.m 2pm.HaZllk $2,000.

Tracy Ann Leroy,27,of Duval was
!,,,. !5I$529CORN arrested April 18 for retail theft,ac-
FILLETS. . ,11&. SNAK WINGS DOGS . Jit O cording to Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. -
Bond was set at $250, she was
HARVEST released on her own recognizance.Gary .

L EVERYDAY PRICE 'I EVERYDAY Lavern Burch, 34, was ar-
i LOW LAYER CARE I UOW PRICE FRESH rested April 20 for disorderly intoxication
according to Patrolman W.
y= a PRODUCE S. Allen. Bond was set at $150, he
was released on his own
.1 a i recognizance.
a 1- s
1 i
I Traffic
A Nature makes the produce.
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. Christopher Redding 19, was ar-
r L M ,e 1 s Id s rested April 20 for driving while
Ult HARVEST FRESH license suspended (DWLS), accor-
YELLOWCORN ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Bond
was set at $215.25. Redding was
released: on his own recognizance,
I ordered not to drive or violate any
1 laws.
p'$1ggAODDENBERY Williams R. Myers,43,of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 19 for
.i. I I I DWLS according to Chief JohnHodges.

s fr was recognizance.released. Bond was set on at his$120.25 own, he




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Seven Heilbron FirefightersAt Jury Finds Jessie Dell Guilty of Murder\ I

Now Certified -

I The Heilbron Springs Volunteer A Bradford jury found Jessie Lee January 'n, 1989 after Dell came to struggle when Dell broke into
Fire has Dell guilty of murdering the woman her Lawtey home with a knife ap- Jenkins' trailer home at 9:15 p.m.
Department now seven
state certified firefighters and three he said he loved. parently to question her about a after cutting the telephone and electrical
certified medical techni- Charged with first-degree murder, relationship with another man.Fourof lines. Jenkins ran from the
cians. emergency Dell, 32, was found guilty of second- Jenkins'daughters were home the trailer and hide behind some bushes.
In 1969 Andy Tison, Chet Norman degree murder in the stabbing of night she was stabbed. When help arrived she was taken by
and Lt.Pat Southerland completed a Constance Jenkins with whom he Dell had moved out of Jenkins TRAUMA I to'Unlverslty where she
310 hour basic recruit firefighter had lived for seven years. home in October of 1988. Three died on the operating table at 12:55
course at St. Augustine Technician Sentencing,has been scheduled for weeks prior to the stabbing Dell had a.m.
Center. May 29.State guidelines recommenda been arrested for threatening to kill
Danny Jordan and Lt. Joyce sentence of between 12 and 17 her with a butcher knife. Jenkins Dell fled the scene but was 'ap-
t Cooley completed the emergency years. Dell has already served 16 had asked the court for a restraining prehended In Clay County and
I medical technician course at the months in the county jail. order to protect her from Dell. returned to Bradford where he has
t Tech Center. Jenkins, 43, died of a stab wound' The stabbing occurred during a remained in custody. .

.. --. .. "II'" .,....." Chief Terry A. McCarthy and Lt. K
Cooley recently completed the
Certified Firefighters... American Heart Association Basic r
Pictured left to right are HelUbron Spring Volunteer Firefighter who hvrarecently Life Support (CPR) instructor
been certified.Lt.Joyce Cooley.Chet Norman Danny Jordan Andy course and firefighting basic hazar-
Than and Chief Terry McCarthy.Lt.Pat Southerland not pictured. dous material course. [ Mo6il'e
Please remember to support your 5 wy. 301 N'rth 'J.p.
local volunteer fire department.Any AUTHOIIED
Items of Interest donations you wish to make to 964-7500 $38-0584
may be mailed to HSVFD,
.... P. O. Box 342, Starke 32091.
by Carolyn Eaves
BCT Staff Writer officials and other groups in com- ORlAN WELLS
bating drugs. The drug awareness
Job HuntingTo program he teaches in the United Methodist
Be AddressedAt classroom is effective, importantand
very popular with
young Homecoming
Public LibraryKnow children.Gill I t tSVICE
what a blind ad is& What a stock broker for 30 years, This SundayMembers C09vlJvVJCJllrrIOJ\/
about a fake ad& These and other volunteered with the Duval Sheriff'sPosse
job hunting questions will be for ten years before his retire- former members and
answered as the Bradford ment two years ago. He started the '
County friends of the First United Methodist
Public Library presents How to Get Chosing for Yourself program in Church of Starke are invited /
C LLfJL{ !lPJ09f '
Bradford .
Your First Job program April 30 County.Frenchman homecoming this 29, .. t ,
from 7 to 8 p.m. has worked with I with preaching sundaYbAPril
With summer getting closer, now crack cocaine adiction in residentialand minister and dinner on the grounds.The .
is the perfect time to begin planningon outpatient settings. He has Rev. Alan Patz, who will fill Audiovox SPSSPlus
that summer job. Rod Buchele, worked children with emotionally disturbed the pulpit Sunday morning, will be $395.00 Installed
pre-school age to
program co-ordinator for Bradford4H remembered as a Bradford High r
and Deena Curies,Employment adolescence since 1985 and is cur-
student, graduating in 1970, the son
specialist for Job Service of Florida rently a substance abuse counselorfor of Ernest and Frances Patz,now living 1i'1
(Bradford County), will be on handto adults and children at the Clinic. in Keystone Heights.Rev. 200 Mm. Free Usage
The will be at the Starke
answer all of first job program .
your ques- Patz is currently pastor of RICK WELLS
tions. Elementary School Cafeteria,May 7
the High United Methodist
Everyone, ages 12 to 21 years old, at 7 p.m. Child care and Church.A General Manager
is invited to attend this informative refreshments will be provided for new choir director Owen 90 Days
'Wanted: Young Adults at the participants. Wingate, will be introduced Sunday
Library' program. This program is morning. The church has been
free of charge. There will be door Library Honors without a choir director for several 0%
prizes available. Volunteer StorytellersEveryone weeks, following the resignation of FinancinglByvAddmg
For more information in this or Bill McRae. who filled the positionfor .,
any other services provided by the who oversees the day today seven The Methodist choir '
years. c ,
Libary, stop in or call 964-6400. operation of a public library hasa has long been noted for its outstan- I'\ ',.. ,,<.'.
special appreciation of the Impor- ding musical a 'l bi"SPECIALS
Just Say No tant role that commmunity program.A ceQP41, "
volunteers play in $ ,
Panel PlannedThe supporting very special music program will \
library activities and enhancing ser- be presented during the worship .
Bradford County Parent vice to the public. hour, visitors will be recognized anda
Education Committee will sponsor a Sue Crum, Director of the Brad- shared time of remembering
panel discussion in support of May's'Just ford County Public Library, would observed.The FOR DO-IT-YOURSELFERS
Say No to Drugs' campaign.The like to honor the following volunteer covered dish dinner will be DISPLAY ROOM
panel will consist of four stroytellers. during National held in Fellowship Hall following the yiriyloi' Glass to Your''
i guests, Caroline Springer, Jim Gill, Volunteer Week, April 22-28: Judy 11 a.m.worship hour,with women of ..!.. ... '.I '.Scribetw'-Rob'hrlV... RETAIL SALES -
Clara Robb, Patrick Pattillo David SCREEN PORCHES
(a patient in treatment) and Ross, the church bringing their special
Barry Frenchman. Kimberly; Rosinski, Laura Conti, menu entrees and desserts. ,,. POOL ENCLOSURES
Springer has worked with Janet Willis and Shirley Andrews. PATIOS ENCLOSED #
chemically dependent people since The Library endorses the unique Homecomings have been observed I ;. ALUMINUM CARPORTS
1977, while a student at Rollins Col- American tradition of citizen ser- every two years for the past 30 or S j ALUMINUM
lege. She her vice, Crum. The ,. GLASS 4VINYL ROOMS
completed M. A. at says Storytelling more years,with everyone joining into
Stetson University in 1981 and wenton Outreach Services volunteers have greet old friends and reminisce WOOD DECKS RO 0020551
to serve as a substance abuse donated over' 9,800 hours to the ...., about old times. This is perhaps the +.. r' r f"' P MLUMM, ft VINYL SIDJNGS'SOFFIT 2311F4N. W ALDO .
therapist In an inpatient unit before children Bradford County in 1989-;"'first.spring,homecoming, in years (OVERHANGS) SERVINQI> moving to this area and joining the and 1990. '"'}past" homecoming has been in the WINOt LACEMENT
staff at Bradford-Putnarn-union All participants, as well as
Guidance Clinics, Inc. perspective stroytellers, are invitedto fall.The church extends an invitationto FINANCING AVAILABLE37525OO "
Deputy Gill is well known in the an end of the year evaluation everyone to celebrate this happy iJ
community for working with school meeting May 21 at 1 p.m. occasion with its members. aLil [ IItIIRIEIUIIIIL I |



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I Dowers Honored by Life Insurance of Georgia Starke Couple Seeking Bone Marrow
Jerry E. Jowers of Life Insurance ', I I
sales +
top and; service honor I -
Company of Georgia In Gainesville, organization. :' .';AJ"If. Donors For 15.Year-Old Leukemia Patientby
Ha.,has won a 1981 Bronze
as'the Jowers .
top sales manager In the Orlando diploma from earned the Life a Underwriter fellowship Sue Ellen Smith and other blood disorders.When suc-
Kla., region. The Orlando region Training Council in 1989. He has an KT Staff WriterDonna cessful, it is a cure. But the pro'cedure
'includes U district offices in associate's degree from Santa Fe and Billy McAlpine of requires very precise tissue
lorida. Community College and also attended Starke are asking for help In finding matching of the donor and recipient.The .
Jowers joined Life of Georgia In the Unversity of Florida Lake CI- potential bone marrow donors for chances of finding a matched
1986 as an agent in his present office ty Community College and Florida Billy's son Billy Gene "B.G." donor are about one in 20,000. The
and was promoted to sales manager State University, McAlplne. higher the number of potential
the following year, He has qualified A native of Blackville, S.C., Fifteen-year-old B.G.,who lives In donors having their blood tested for
-for membership in the company' Jowers now lives In Melrose. Fla. Dade City with his mother, Sue donor compatibility greater the
Childers, was diagnosed with chance of a patient finding a com-
leukemia more than a year ago. He patible donor.Potential.
/ATXENXIONE Is receiving treatment at the All donors for B.G.
Chlldrens Hospital in St. McAlpine can be tested for donor
Petersburg,but without a successful compatibility In Starke next week at
Professional Talent Contest from Nashville bone marrow transplant his chancesfor anyone of the eight locations being
coming to your area. If you sing or play an survival are small. visited by the Civitan Regional
Bone marrow transplantation,the Blood Mobile or they can contact
Instrument, etc., this could be your chance. / .,. "- transplantation of living bone mar- Donna or Billy McAlpine, P.O. Box
There will be a publisher .J"" row from a donor to an ill patient Is 224, Starke, Fla. 32091 for more In-
agent, manager ----- It: a preferred treatment for leukemia formation on becoming a donor.
and promoter at the show. Newly appointed; Victim WltneM Counselor:: Nan Jeffcoat fat her Union eo.t7 I. .
Courthouse office.Jeffcoat bu been reddent Like Butler..1M1. I
Enjoy Live Entertainment by Starke Blood Drive Next WeekStarke
r:; State Attorney Appoints Nan
fi My Way or the Highway. J Is gearing up for the next ly source of blood Is people who care
s Jeffcoat Victim Witness Counselorby community blood drive which will beheld enough to give so others may live."
Country Western ShowFor Monday, April 30, Tuesday, Mi/e also said that blood donors
Sue Ellen SmithICT Union counties. May >, and Wednesday, May 2. earn blood replacement credits that
Staff Writer Jeffcoat will be responsible for can be deposited in a church,
Brochure & Information Call.1800749SONG State Attorney Len Register has providing assistance to victims of "As you know, our area has business or civic Donor Club Ac-
Lake Butler resident Nan violent crimes and their families, tremendous blood needs," said Ver- count, or they can be ued to replace
appointed Register said. non Mize, donor consultant of the blood already used. .
Jeffcoat as the victim witness
Civitan Regional Blood Center, Inc. The mobile unit schedule for I he
counselor for Baker, Bradford and see Counselor 6B
page in Gainesville. "We have several three days of the Starke CommunityBlood
""'- large hospitals that demand an ever Drive is In the accompanyingchart.
increasing amount of blood. The on- .

Starke Community Blood Drive Mobile

Unit Schedule

4 1 Monday,April 30

Hercules 7:30 am..9 a.m.
4Ff Winn-Dixie 9:30 a.m.- 12 noon
Starke Uniform/Bradford Furniture 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
: Wai-Man 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Tuesday, May 1

SFCC Andrews Center 8 a.m.12 noon
Bradford Hospital 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

Wednesday, May 2

Bradford High School 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Bradford County Courthouse 2:30-5:30: p.m.


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I Hospice of North Central Florida to Present ,kC i i I N' ,

Workshop at SFCC Andrews Center in StarkeThe

-Hospice of North Central backgrounds who desire to be a area areas follows: Friday May 4.
Florida is presenting a workshop special friend to families during this Part 1,9 a.m. to4:30p.m.SFCCAndrews :
"Beginning to Understand Deathand difficult time.Volunteers are matched Center; Friday, May 11, PartII
Dying.?The 14-hour, three-part with the skills, personalities and 9 a.m. to 12:30: p.m.JSFCC) An-
workshop begins Friday May 4, at 'schedules appropriate to the familyor drews Center; Friday, May 18, Part
the Santa Fe Community College task. III, 9 a.m. to 12:30: p.m., SFCC An-
Andrews Center Board Room from 9 Anyone interested in volunteeringwith drews Center.
a.m. to 4:30: p.m. The workshop is Hospice must first complete a There is a $10 fee for the .._:.79, 90
open to anyone in the BradfordUnion 14-hour Death Education workshopthat workshop. The Hospice of North N hm
area who wants to learn more teaches important communication Central Florida,which has been providing
about the subjects of death and dying skills and comfort measures. care to terminally ill people
r and the role of Hospice. Participant Although prospective volunteersmust and Their families in the Brad-
:;'who have completed the attend this training, anyone in ford/Union area since 1986.,has serv- N1..Kr iC
s-'" b
program are eligible to become the community who wants to learn ed more than 75 area families.
Hospice volunteers. more about the subject of death and
dying, dealing with the physical For more Information about the
Carefully selected and trained mental, spiritual and emotional! workshop or to learn more about the r
volunteers play an important role in aspects, is welcome.The Hospice of North Central Florida,
the Hospice! team. Volunteers_are dates for the upcoming please call the Hospice office in .
men and women of all ages and workshop In the Bradford/Union Gainesville at ((904)) 338-2121. -----
The Trail Motel and Rortraruit.1301 lies been serving emtowsn since the 19JO.

_ Regular Registration Under Way at SFCC Andrews CenterRegular Trail Motel and Restaurant Owners

registration is under way "Faculty staffing is very difficultin ing, Elementary Algebra, College
daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for 1990 the summer terms because of Algebra I and II, Topics in Finite
Summer A,B and C term classes at vacations and sabbaticals,"McFad- Math,Principles of Economics I,Intro Realizing Fulfillment of Dreamsby
the Andrews Center of Santa Fe den said. "The administration needsto to Humanities, Modern World
Community College in Starke. know that enough students have History to 1815, Fundamentals of
There Is a special evening signed up to justify a particular Physical Science Religion In Butter Rohn purchased by H.M. Turner, who Pont employees order them by the
registration tonight,April 26,from 6 class. If students wait until; the last America, Intro to computers, and ICT Staff Writer operated the business for about 10 dozen, Jordan said. *
to 8 p.m.The college V.A.officer will minute, they may find that classes Nursing Assistant.C ; When M.M. (Butch) Jordan and years, before selling to the Jordans. The restaurant is open 11 a.m. to 9
be present at this session to assist they want would have made but his wife,Barbara Thompson Jordan The Jordans bought the business p.m. each day.
veterans. were cancelled to use the teacher in term classes run from May 14 to purchased the Trail Motel anJ and seven acres of land located The Jordana have added a conve-
The coordinator of the growing another section." August 16. Summer C courses in- Restaurant in 1978, they set out on a north of the school house in Lawtey nience store in the corner of the two
local college program, Dr. Bernie Summer A term classes Include clude Calculus I and Principles of 12 year journey of renovating the at the intersection of US-301 allliCRl2S. roads, and it is leased to Miller
McFadden, urges students to College Composition, Writing About Accounting I and II. property. While they may not have Enterprises, operators of the "Han-
register soon to ensure that classes Literature, Advanced Composition, For more information please call reached their destination in Its entirety The motel, renovated with a dy Way" chain of stores. They filledin
will not be canceled prematurely. U.S. History to 1877, Public Speak 964-5382. at least they have reached a western motif in pastel colors,has 25 the swimming pool, because of
plateau from which they can look rooms. Jordan says he receives escalating liability insurance costs.
back on solid accomplishments. many compliments by the traveling The property has about three
Fibrosis Walk-A-Thon Set public for the quality of the rooms acres south of the motel that has
Cystic The Trail Motel and Restaurantwas and the attractive price.. been cleared and graded but they
I built by AI Sapplngfield in the The restaurant, painted a deep did not announce any immediate
late 1950s, while US-301 was still a red, has a number of statutes in' plans for its use. _
Saturday April 28 in Lake ButlerRamadan two-lane road. Like other motels on western dress outside the building, The Jordans have four daughtersand
the highway at the time, business a buggy and other one son,grown and on their own,'
slowed to a walk during the highway memorabilia, enhancing the with only one daughter, Debra Nor-
Hand Lake The Walk-a-Thon helps support amount of each participantturns western in
money construction and many did not sur- atmosphere. man living Bradford County.
Butler Hospital is proud to announceits cystic fibrosis research and provides in.Youth. vive.In the 1960s,large motel chains Jordan says the Trail Restaurant Three daughters live in Jackson-
sponsorship of this year's Cystic money to care for lung- followed the four-lane roads with specializes in "homecooked"meals ville. Their son lives. at Kingsley
Fibrosis Walk-a-Thon. On Saturday damaged children in more than 120 groups and mom and pop operations coming ; offering a full menu at Lake. '
April 28,local volunteers will walk a cystic fibrosis centers around the tions are encouraged to participate under further stress.In reasonable prices, but features the Jordan is the Lawtey police chief
little over two miles to raise funds country. Volunteers help raise funds In this walk for better health. So the late 1960s the motel was "Trail Texas.Burger" at$2.95. "Du- 29 years in office. -
and show their support in the fight by recruiting sponsors who pledge
walk with and fresh
which against begins cystic at fibrosis.Ramadan The Hand event in-, money for each mile they walk. in your lungs.us You'll get some be helping air Soil and Water Stewardship Week April 29 Through May 6 I

stitute's Lake Butler Hospital,startsat Pledges per mile walked should be cystic fibrosis patients do the same. The Bradford Soil and Water Con- tion by using good erosion preven- 'Materials the
9 a.m. and will last until noon. secured ahead of time. Sponsor servation District encourages local tion practices conserving water or 1990 theme, "Citizens convey of All Crea-
Cystic fibrosis is a fatal lung sheets can be picked up at the churches, organizations and in- by planting trees during this period.Snce tion" are being distributed by theBradord
disease for which their Is known hospital in Lake Butler or at For more Information
no call to join in the nationwide 1955 the National A sn. of District and be' ob-V
cure. Researchers estimate that 10 Ramadan Hand Institute's Ramadan Lake Butler Hospital at observance of Soil and Water Conservation Districts have may :
million Americans carry a gene Gainesville office on SR-441. Prizes 496-2323, or contact Walk-a-Thon Stewardship Week, April 29-May 6. cooperated with 3,000 local districts, Pained by calling 964-6280,Ext.289 or '
which transmits cystic fibrosis to will be awarded by the Cystic Chairperson Cynthia Wamsley in Joe Reichert, chairman of the nationwide to emphasize the importance 209,or visit the district office at 2266'
their children. Fibrosis Foundation based on the Gainesville at 3733130.CIRCLE BCS&WCD, asks everyone to commit of good stewardship of basic N. Temple Ave. (Agricultural
to individual and community ac- soil anri water resources. Building).

FENCE I' h.. r _. ____ ",_,

Counselorfrom &

page SB COMPANY '" .iWI' ," 'iro:
"We feel this position will works with the Department of Cor- KEYSTONE HOTS.fit MELROSE ,
drastically enhance the level of ser- rections as a parole officer. CR 18 & Hwy. 100
vices our offices are able to give to Jeffcoat said she was excited
victims of violent crlmes/' Register about her new position. 473-9625
said. "For so long we've focused our "I'm really looking forward to it .,i> ;r <. .0 attention on the rights of the accused because having worked here as longas ,t.'Alt es of Fencl .i. ;!
and very little on the rights of the I have, you see the need for this ,. 4:
victim,. type of position, she_ said. 'Sa1ej, ; Ser+,ee &'xllstIUati. 1J1M
Two victim witness counselor PlO'Vi'lJ9gD1IF11rnsI9gSP1tfff1l .iI1
positions for the 8th Judical Circuit --

were recently through set the up Victims with grants of Crime obtained BradfordChiropractic a Large selection of items ,to help promote your business,. .

Act, Register appointed said.victim Jamie Whitakerwas witness organizational, and fund-raising activities.including:

counselor for Gilchrist and Levy CenterStarke (PARTIAL LISTING)

counties.The services the new positions will Office Ash Trays Calendars Memo Pads
provide include Informing crime vic- Auto Decals Caps &Jackets Pens & Pencils
tims and their families about the 218 S. Walnut St. Awards & Plaques Combs Playing Cards :.
progession of their cases, assisting Next to the Chamber of Commerce Ball Pens Golf Balls &Tees Portfolios .
them In applying for victims compensation 964-4957 BalloonsBanners -
and providing them with
crisis counseling, Jeffcoat said. Her & Pennants Jewelry Custom made Rain Bonnets
office will also Intervene with PAIN CONTROL Billfolds Key Tags Rain Guages
employers of witnesses who may Binders -Notebooks KnivesLetterheads
need to take time off from work to 'Headache* Rulers
testify. ,Neck &Arm ram- Book Matches & Envelopes Signs and Decals' .
Victims who run into financial dif- Mid Back .
ficulty due to injuries which keep Low Back&.Leg INJURIES Bumper Stickers Letter Openers T-Shirts'
them from work may also receive Business Cards Lighters Tape Measures ;d:.
help in getting financial aid,Jeffcoat IPP'er Work Related Business Gifts Litterbags Thermometers ,'
said. s Sports Buttons Badgea Magnetic Signs Yardsticks '
Jeffcoat,31,worked with the Lake Personal .,
Butler state attorney's office for 10 Auto AccidentsDR. "
years as a secretary before her promotion Call or Visit UNITED NETWORK PROMOTIONS .' '.
to victim witness counselor.
Register said the fact that she has CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN When Planning For: :.

lived in the Union County area greatly THE TEAM APPROACH PUBLIC AWARENESS & POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS ., .
affected the decision to appoint &
have a local person,"Register said. 24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK
Jeffcoat, who has lived in Lake .

2 children. Her husband, Edward rTBHB Ofllc.Heron Mon.-Pri.Bi30-tfiOO p.....'Set.By Appointment 4 MILES NORTH OP STARKE ON US 301

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Wagon Train ExperienceTo

,Help Troubled Teensby itY"4 r1 'f

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Sow ElUn SmithaCT
"In an Institution it's a survival
Stuff WrttwrIn game," Sllkkers saCd. "We wanted
1976 a group of troubled to provide them with a safe environ
teenagers and their counselors participated ment and at the same time a
In a Bicentennial Wagon challenging one."
for Valley Forge And the VisionQuest Wagon Train
Pennsylvania. The Idea behind the Is challenging.The task of keeping a
five-month-long Journey was to wagon train going from day to day
recreate the experience of the early keeps all of the teenagers Involved
American settlers who, seeking a busy. And that's the idea, Slikkers
better life,_ traveled thousands of said. 1 a.
miles in covered wagons across the There can be anywhere'from 60 to
vast wilderness of North America. 73 teenagers Involved in one wagon ae iiywwM+
What the group from the Vision- train, Slikkers said. Half of the
Quest residential home also group forms an advance party
discovered was that tho hardships of responsible for establishing a tepee ,
the journey created an atmosphereof camp at a predetermined location ,
trust, respect and self-discipline each night. The rest of the group .. .. .' ... ". ,;;. .,
the ... rides with the i'i, ... r'S "
among group something that train. -
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The ., I
had musing up until that time. wagon train group is split Into ."
j'':. ._ ... .
After that first trip VlslonQuest work categories. Each new group _.: r( ., : j
decided to try planning a wagon member starts at the bottom of a .-".",. .... / _J ::_> ._.,' ;"
train of its own as a treatment program category and must earn his or her .....-.: .. '; V
and since then its trains can way up In that category or into a new .J -.A -, .;i> >: $.\<, ..... 'V.
be found creaking down highwaysand category Slikkers said.
through cities all over the nation The seven categories within the A VIslooQuect Wagon Train creek at 4 m.p Ji.down BayleM Highway.This wagon Train wu one of two that came through Bradf wil.Clay...Union counties two

VislonQuest. ;founded In 1973, is a wagon Walkers,train who precede group range the train from, to weeks ago. I 1_ _......._.. .. 1
private corporation that contracts Farriers responsible for shoeing train, which averages IS miles per
with public agencies from:all over horses and mules to mounted Scouts, day five days a week. t NOW SERVING .
the country to provide programs for who are responsible for controlling Along with working in their "irw AUAM JfJNA
troubled teenagers for whom other the flow of the wagon train' through assigned positions everyday the BUFFETLUNCH
treatment programs have failed. traffic. Although some of the teenagers in the group must attend
Teenagers are referred to Vision- categories are more prestigious classes. Five certified teachers Restaurant
Quest through juvenile courts probation than others, each category plays a travel with the group and conduct
departments and soclai' services vital role In the success of a wagontrain's four hours of classes each day.Each 'Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
agencies. The VisionQuest Journey.At student is taught at a level ap- '
Wagon Train is just one of its pro- any one time about four wagon propriate for them,Slikkers said. 1900-N Tamptn Stark, Florida 32Q91
grams.Randy. trains,each consisting of from nine The teenagers keep in regular contact TO-RENA! MOTEL '
Slikkers. In charge of the to 12 wagons, operate across the with their parents while they Eat-In or Take Out
latest VisionQuest Wagon Train to country.Anywhere from 40 to 65 Vi For reservations or tiV out order call: 964-7681
roll through our tri-county area,said sionQuest staff members man a see Wagon page 8B ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50
the wagon train program Is a last CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE
of -
resort for most the teenagers in-
volved. Most are Inner city youths, SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
he said, who have been in trouble
with the law and who have never had Weatherproof Remote Controlled BUFFET DINNER Friday & Saturday NightsAll
family environment or concept of No Maintenance .. Easily Installed

values."In the program they face the Opens Gates to Battery Back Up You Can Eat Our Buffet Consists of more than 15 Delicious Items
same hardships the early 22' &1,000 Many Options
Americans faced and, at the same
time it promotes a very strongfamily
environment"Slikkers said. PowerGate Systems
Tuesday-Friday: Lunch 11 a.m.til 2:30 p.m.; Dinner 5.90 pm til 9:30 pm.
The wagon train, Slikkers said, NOW OPEN MON
promotes a whole different value (904) 462-5495 ; Sdlurday-5:00 pm til 9:30: pm. Sunday Lunch 12 Noon til 2:30 pm;
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I Substitute Bus Drivers Needed in Bradford County I I

Bradford County Land Sales Substitute bus drivers are neededfor course Is being planned for the Bradford Vo-Tech 9644800,Ext. 122
the Bradford County School month of May. Anyone Interested In'
taking the class to certify as a A minimum enrollment must be I
Take Tumble in November 1989 system.A forty-hour bus driver training substitute bus driver, please call met to ensure the class offerln ,

jj Land sales in Bradford County fell Nancy R. McIntosh and Anita M. and Charles E. Lourcey, lot 36 'L- ,' '
off for November, only 28 transac- Coleman to Mattie Sue Edwards, In- Woodlawn north of county gradaroadless ;; 1 / iiithlr1t ? III
tions of $1,000 or more being recorded terlachen, lot 7 and easterly 50' lot 6, W 125'and less E 335', section Nri 'hh" rd ,''ij dhlM A
for the month.Total value of sales Lake Bedford Shores, section 12, 31, T5S, R22E, $3,500. hAa I I
was $1,015,400, lowest value since TBS, R22E, $59,000. Jack Courtnay and Associates to "' ,
March, 1988, which was $769,881 James F. Cowart and Robert J. Matthew R. and Elizabeth E. JNi.at r
Sales last month were $1.983 Cowart to Mary R. Wentz, portion of Snowden,Mt. Dora,lots 8 and 9,ARI
million and November last year SEV4 block 1 north, Range 4 west, Woods, $15,000. ''
were 1.956 million. and portion of SWVi block 1 north, L.J. and Audrey R. Kite to LarryD. nit
Largest transaction for the month range 3 west, all in NWVi of NEVt and Ruth L. Feltner, 1 acre in
was property on Lake Santa Fe, in section 21, T6S, R22E, Temples Mills SWV4 of NEV4 section 11,T7S, R21E, AtrJI1IJ
Seminole Ridge Unit 2,sold by Dona Subdivision, $23,500. $12,500.
M. Schuttak to Roy A. Jensen for Gilbert Q. and Louie Bell Crosleyto Longchamp Homes Inc. to
$184,000. Ricky M. and Pearle W. Mott, Thomas D. Ill and Ann ii. Pearson, \
Value of property transactions are parcel in SEV4 section 7, T7S, R22E, lot 14, Deerwood, section 5, T7S, '
figured from documentary stamp $4,000. R22E, $91,000.Robert e& : \\
taxes paid at time of recording the Sidney D. and Lena Daugherty to Frederick Mason to 8 IWfli ti4 'IVN III, Ih
deed in the office of the Clerk of Thomas K. and Wanda R. Sineath 1 William T. Brand, Jr. lots 8,9,10 and '
Courts at the courthouse. Only salesof acre In SE'/i section 6, T6S, R22E, 11 block 7, Ward City, now known as
$1,000 or more arc considered for $26,000. Brooker, $13,900. '
this report. Joan S. Epps to Milford W. and Bruce C. and Pamela D. Mattox to ',. rldJlgl
Sales for November, 1989. follow: Helen L. Perkins, lot 12, Parkwood Ricky G. Sr., and Diana L. .'.
Robert E. and Betty McCallum Subdivision, $32,900. Crawford, lots 38,39 and 40, Crosby 49 .
Allen to Allen's Office Supplies and David L. Fenton to Edwin and Lake Inlet, $20,000.
Printing, Inc. parts of east Vt of lots Frances L. Wilson,EV4 lot 5,block 1, Tosca Pick to City of I 411I9'
6 and 8, block 16, Original Town of Dowlings Subdivision, City of 160'of lot 1,all of lots 3 and 4,bock 8, BLOOMING ANNUALS
Starke, (the Old Bank of Starke Starke, $1,000. Town of Lawtey, west of Railway,
Building), $13,000. Fleet Finance and Mortgage, Inc. section 23, T5S, R22E, $6,000. 4" {pOtS
Nina B. 'Andrews to Melinda Han- to Thomas C. and Martha Prim, James C. Jr. and Barbara S. Pr-
cock, 1.03 acres in SWV of NEy sec- parcel in S'/i' of SW'/4 of SE'/4, sec- ingle to George C. Jr and Rita A. Salvia Begonias o
tion 22, T5S, R21E, $6,800. tion 13, TBS, R22E, $3,300. Miller, Crescent City, parcel: in NW Summer Petunias
corner of Corlotta, Unit 1, section 8, Marigolds
Peggy Boone Greene to MarilynR. Florida National Bank to HermanB. T7S, R20E, $150,000. Impatiens Snapdragons
Stone, lot 10, Parkwood Subdivi- and Sybil B. Wersham, Waldo, 4 Walter E. Ratliff to William L. Y o
sion, City of Starke, $31,500. acres partly in SWA section 19,T7S! Mull, Melrose, parcel in WVi of SWV4 and morel
Bradford Land and Cattle Co.,Inc. R22E and partly in block 10, 11, and of SWV4 of NWV4, section 25, T8S, if....
to Randall E. Davis, Raiford, lot 63 18 of Wrights Addition, Town of R22E, $1,200.Robert (?rGrt''Y r J AL1111ai'li.A
River Bend Estates, 1.24 acres in Hampton, $29,900. R. Jr. and Sheryl G. Rella
W'/4 of SWV4, section 20, T7S, R21E, William T. and Shirley M. Gnannto to Richard C. and Jenevieve F.
12000. Stella R. Carr and June C. Mat- Tyrholrn and Karl H. and Linda M. ; ROSES BLACK KOW
Z.W. and Evelyn Bradley to Z.W. thews, Lake Butler, portion of lot 3, McMillin, Melrose, all of lot 1 and COW MANURE
Bradley, Jacksonville, lot 6, block 1, Original Town of Starke east 7.32 feet of lot 2, block B, of a Quean Elizabeth,
Seminole Ridge Unit 3, in SE'/4 sec- also portion of NW/4 of SEV4 bet- replat of part of Mount Pleasant on We recently bought out the existing stock of a local Tropicana, J.F.K. $219
tion 12, T9S, R22E, $5,000. ween lot 3 and Church Street,section Silver Lake, $37,500. nursery and we re passing the savings on to youl! Grenada. Don Juan 50 lb.
Charles A. Bruning and T. Hank 28, T6S, R22E, $17,900. Dona M. Schuttak to Roy A. HURRY-QUANTITIES LIMITED! &Mora I
Bruning- to Wilma Stevens, Diann Jane Honn to Wilbert and May Jensen, lot 24 Seminole Ridge No. 2, 2 ORGANIC PEAT '
Ables and JoAnn Walker, Sum- Flower Thornton, lot 4 and EV4 lot 5, section 12, T9S, R22E, $184,000. gallonpots
mersville, W. Va., Unit 19, Geneva block 3, Hardy's Addition to City of Marilyn Stone to Alan D. and Crape Myrtle 1 gallon...... $2 49 $488 $199 5 lb.
V Condominium in Gov. Starke Hazel
Springs a $45,000.Philip C. Hetzel, lot 40, Lakewood,
lot 3, section 36, T8S, R22E, $55,000. Howell to Glen E. Lourcey Unit No 1. $115,000.
Gardenia 1 gallon......$199

Wagonfrom Gardenia 2 gallon...... $2 99 CYPRESS MULCH DIAZINONGRANULES

page 7B Viburnum 1 gallon...... S9
are in the wagon train program. three years, said success depends on who leaves the program in June. $699
Slikkers said VisionQuest also has how it is measured. Seventeen-year-old Dean has been Boxwood 1 gallon...... $ 1 77 990Good .
staff members who deal with the "Some feel the program is very with the program since he was 13. for mol cick.h l a o\wr
families of teenagers placed in the successful while some feel it's not Although he can: leave in June,Dean $"I 49 25 Ib. ba.g lawn A ornamental pMt''.
programs. successful," Newton said. "We deal said he wants to stay on with the Vi Ligustrum 1 gallon 10 MM.' :
Most of the communities through with it on a day-to-day level of suc sionQuest Wagon Train as a part of
which the wagon trains travel are cess." the staff. -
very cooperative with the program Eric, an 18 year old who has beenin Marcl Brown, director of com- _
Slikkers said. An advance scout informs the wagon train program for 14 munications of the National Councilon I II
the local police departments months, said he feels the programhas Crime and Delinquency, said the LORI DAPEST 9 j'OHTROL I
i and city officials of the areas the made a difference in his life. council has found programs like the. I & rd er'L' ,,
,I wagon train plans to camp at. VisionQuest Wagon Train can be [ .
"A lot of communities are very "I've learned a lot," Eric said. just as effective as a security facility
receptive," Slikkers said. "They "It's better than the institutions I've program. 1 1I
understand what we're doing." been in." "We like to see non-violent offenders I
As to the effectiveness of the VI- Seventeen-year-old Jamal, who go into these types of programs i CHEMICAL.CD '
sionQuest Wagon Train program, has been in the program for two as long as they are well-
staffer Fred Newton, who has been years, agreed with Eric. funded and well-managed," Brown

with the program for more than. ;.. .. t"It's- helped f ...me, ,y. a...lot-,>"said, Jamal. ..* .. said., . - L 'b 1 _1 sII11ut 1 9111 Mill nltar1

business. And we invite

you to rediscover the. kind of .

friendly personal banking, '

service you may have feared

had disappeared from

= Bradford County forever.

c- \. We intend to provide the

:. residents of this area with the

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t. service they've ever -
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banking. a locally-owned,

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what it's like to do business

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., ( Deer, Bottle, Improper Lane Changes I

Blamed for Recent Tri-Countv Accidentsby

."' Carolyn Eaves proper left turn Into the path of a
The driver of a I960 Ford -was
CTMH Writer 1984 Oldsmobile south of
treated for minor Injuries after her
(Keystone Heights 15.
r' '- April vehicle was struck when she madean
Kecent accident in Bradford Chad Cameron
left turn 19.
I Clay and Union counties were at- 1979 Mazda, crossed the centerlineto Improper April
Perona Pearson 29 of
Beverly ,
"" tributed to a deer, a bottle and Im- enter a business driveway.House- Silver southbound
was on
L" proper lane changes. plan's vehicle was struck In the right
US-301, making a U-turn in the me-
side by the Olds, according to
IIY_ April 4 on US-301 north of Starke Trooper William Abrams. The im- dian crossover and was struck by a
ii' northbound 1988 Toyota, driven by
city limits an unknown vehicle pact caused the Mazda to spin Jackie
Li changed lanes causing two vehiclesIn clockwise 3/4 turn and slide broad- Beardsley, 26,
to W. M.
the outside lane to collide. A 1989 side Into the ditch. Driver and Abrams.according Trooper
; ,. .oJ Ford semi was struck by a 1983 passenger of the Olds, Herman and
Damage to the vehicles totalled
,. ". Buick that travelled out of control on Shirley Baxter of Keystone Heightswere $4,100.An .
*- rWij 1L$1L' 1' ,, : the east shoulder and swerved back taken to Bradford Hospital,ac-
:: onto the roadway In an attempt to cording to Abrams. They were later
,;:.... .' avoid the unknown vehicle which left transferred by Rescue 60 to Alachua 18-year-old driver was taken to
.... tt'"l,0 .. .. ... the scene according to Trooper General Hospital where they were after Bradford his Hospital for minor injuries
... :' ,... ..... "' A" "" ;' 't,4: '."'., Dwaln Hudson.; Verna Kendall 76 of admitted for injuries, according to on CR-100A struck April another 23. Larry vehicle
:. : '. J&"- '. Summerfield Bradford Paramedic Cliff
: FL taken to Chapman.
;,0 r' J'" was Lamar
/ Griffin 1988
driving a
.. Hospital with minor Injuries.A Damage to the Mazda was $1,400.
: ; Toyota, and Patricia Allen
." .. ;; to the Olds Kay ,
'. '. ,... .. Damage was $3,100.A
,. -, ,.-. -' driving a 1986 Pontiac, were east-
,. ,."' ." ;'J'' .' / '" Starke woman received minor bound. Allen slowed, crossed the
n'. .. .<.,, ".'. ." ''A'j,: .. .. Ford pickup on SR-121 north of
... .'..... '.. .. ,,,'' .... ,.. Injuries in an April 13 accident on centerlines into the westbound traffic
c Harris Dairy overturned after sinking
... : c Sft-16 when she was unable to stop preparing to pick up a
.' ' her vehicle. According to the drivera a large tree April 17. Robert A. pedestrian. Griffin entered the
,". : bottle rolled from under her seat to Wtnningham, 35, of Lake Butler curve too fast (50-60mph in a posted
J".f',.. under the brake pedal. Stella dodged a deer that ran in front of his 30mph zone) and drifted across the
... : Strickland O'Neal, driving a 1984 vehicle causing him to lose control, centerlines braked and skidded into
Dodge van, struck the rear of a 1986 according to Trooper Hudson. Winn- the rear of Allen's vehicle. Griffin
-_. Oldsmobile, according to PatrolmanE. ingham was taken to Lake Butler was cited for failure to use due care

_..:", .. .. ,: W. Wilkinson. Driver of the Olds Hospital Hand Surgery Center for and no proof of insurance, according
... .1' Ona Stern Jacobsen, was stopped, overnight observation for minor in- to Trooper Abrams. Griffin was

US-301 Wreck. Three preparing to make a left turn onto juries. transported by Rescue ParamedicsDan
1 Injured. St. Clair St.when struck by O'Neal'svehicle. Damage to the truck was listed as CUddington and Dana Whit-

TftffM mta were transported to Bradford epltai after their car overturned on US.301 Friday afternoon. William O'Neal said she was unableto $8,000. taker.
.. LyM MOM, it,WM later Iruuportcd to Alachua General hospital for Injuries according to Paramedic Daa apply brakes. She was treated at
CW6tctBID ONeJ. Receiving minor Injuries were Eddie MOM and Tony Matbla Bradford Hospital for minor In- BRYAN'S SAVE UP TO
The INS Ford..northbound on I'S' -301 accelerating when the driver to the accelerator juries, according to Paramedics
rapidly attempted dow
Cliff Dana Whittaker and $
tack,according to Trooper D.C Roberto.The driver locked the b..ake.aD.. .kidded US feet,turned ildeway and slid Dr. Peter Chapman Gianas., No injuries were I IMonthly

75 feet to the Met shoulder,collided with a culvert pun clockwise,Jumped the culvert and landed.. the left ride, reported to Jacobsen. E ::

aid. Roberto.WOUrn 1 ss
Nor wa charged with no tag no Insurance and speed too fait for condition cawing the April 20 accident. An Earleton man was cited for im- .

I UCI Officer Charged with Drug Traffickingemployee. Garden Hardware Centers And Payments From $31,00

A 42-year-old Lake Butler man has spokesman Russell Nugent- drug about 20 people In Sarasota-and In exchange the other- Kick Me! --

been charged with conspiracy to dealers in a huge cartel that has Miami, said Nugent.He employee, who is In a position to On Tan Wti..l Hon tractor or rldlnf mowir,you
traffic in cocaine after members of a been transporting millions of dollars said one or more of those ar- have inmates transferred to other Uorn lomolhlnf whin jou kick Iho Him.lako .
Sarasota based drug cartel told nod look.!tM UrM on now an.Whet
worth of cocaine from Latin institutions to have
rested implicated Wiggins as having was arrangedthe Horao ild oqulpnont. Choneooor.thoyVobinorlhanoneomp.mb1.oomp.liUM.qulpm.nt.
authorities he was involved in a conspiracy America to Sarasota via Miami for been to Sarasota at least once to transfer of a relative of the Bt.rlndl.m.t.i

to smuggle cocaine into the last decade implicated Wiggins meet the Vieras at the tire store, Vleras to a facility closer to And nolle. Bftipr,tho unlquo In width.IS traod d.iin. rt.n.dd.up 1to
Union Correctional Institution. after their own arrests. where he allegedly picked up co- Sarasota. mom traction ond a b.t4r.uNU.n .
Correctional Officer John R. Wiggins Eduardo and thobumpo. ThoynoodoronyouondyourUwn. ThoUra
Dora Viera, caine. >on imothor onmplo of Tom Whet Hon*quolltat \.
was arrested April 23 on a war suspected leaders of the smuggling Police do not have enough ...lt.bl..w IKI.ipoclml prtoo.
rant from Sarasota, according to operation, are accused of "The deal was he would purchasetwo evidence to arrest the second
.,Sheriff Jerry Whitehad. He ,was distributing the cocaine out their ounces of cocaine to bring backto WHEEL
released Tuesday from the Union Sarasota tire store (a legitimate UCI.." said Nugent. The investigation is a combined ef- ,halt Ow. HORSE
County Jail on a $25,000 bond. business) until a police raid earlier Wiggins was to have brought the fort of local, state and federal law 41.M
According to Sarasota policeNelson thin' month that led to the arrests of cocaine back to another UCI enforcement agencies said Nugent. wt FREE GRASS CATCHER ON ALL 32"RIDERS I

Landscape "Irrigation Headquarters

Vo-Tech to Offer
:: Timbers 3/4"PVC Pipe 160 20' $1.99 Ea.
V Pr.uuro Tnilod-draat for
fronepake 81 Exercise Class lonf luting bordui 1"PVC Pipe #160 20' $2.49 Ea.

:you.forbe1ng1 in what is "The people have the right to expect open dorms. It will be an addition to A Community Education Class In We carry a complete
In grtiigntiaiUxaMhluture okFloridajVV '.of..government,clean, air and RMC and will house Inmates temporarily introductory exercise will be offeredby 1/2 HP Pump election of Pipe,
Nelson told the group making the clean water. The people need to feel until they are transferred to Bradford Vo-Tech. The class will 1 69 Fitting,Sprinkler*,
41 1 in two lauuJT" T"T"""' "bullish1 aboufthe stater: They don't .other prison to serve out their in-. meet on Monday and Wednesday $11995 Valve A Timers
"The next governor is going to feel that way now," Nelson said. carceratlon. from 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Class dates
have to straighten out the Martinez Nelson challenged his opponentsto Denham said the building Is intended are April 30, May 2, 7, 9, 14, 16. Fee STARKER
mess," Nelson told the Clay group. debate In Orlando, but the front to get the maximum square for the class is $6. $ / / 1/ .
The governor's race Is the most important runner, Chiles, did not show. footage for the dollar. Each dorm Cheryl Godwin, instructor for the
in Florida, he said. After lunch at the Hill home, the costs $100,000, the guard tower class, stated that an exercise program t/
Nelson proposes to increase the Nelson entourage visited the Union $40,000.At will be developed for each par-
staff of county health departments, County courthouse for about 20 the New River Correctional Institution ticipant's individual need.
saying he can show how each dollar minutes, where the candidate went candidate Nelson was
spent this way can save $7. through the first floor and talked to shown around by Supt. Brad Carter.

On Medicaid, Nelson said he voted officials and county employees. Joined by Rep. George Crady, they WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK
for it in Congress.He Sheriff Jerry Whitehead introduced questioned a correctional officer
admitted to a big surprise Nelson.At with one year's experience who said
when former U.S. Senator Lawton the Reception and Medical he earns$17,000. Can you make it on
Chiles entered the governor's race, Center in Lake Butler the candidatewas that, the CO was asked. He works
but said In the last week it had hosted by Superintendent part-time as an electrician. Dorman Well & TankInc.
become clear the that Chiles' entry George Denham who snowed Nelson "We've got people working who Septic
was a blessing in disguise. through the medical facilities. are eligible for welfare," said Rep.
Nelson claimed he was not Supt.Denham said state prison Crady.
discouraged with his standing In the medical costs have escalated from "Do you have a lot of turnover," 1983
polls with a sitting, incumbent $50 million in 1985 to $130 million in Nelson asked. "Yes sir said Supt.
governor. He noted his name Is less 1990. $70,000 to $80,000 may be spenton Carter, the son of Bradford County
well known that that of Sen. Chiles. one Inmate, Denham said. Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.
Now is the time to bring on the full The RMC head, however, agreed Nelson also visited Union Correc- 2 & 4 In Water Wells, Pumps-Sales, Service, Installation, Septic tanks,
Spotlight, said Nelson. that the state cannot afford to build tional and Lawtey Correctional
Who is the persons with the vision, enough prisons to hold future briefly.At Lift Stations-New Installation Drainfield
drive,determination,energy,abilityto criminals if the prison populatiuon the reception at the Schlofman Repairs.
build tills state in a bi-partisan increases as expected. Denham proposed residence, candidate Nelson likenedthe
.fashion. Nelson asked. education programs to pre- state to a dog sled, saying the sled -
Prisoners are released early In vent youngsters from becoming moves on as fast as It leader
spite of a history of violent crimes. criminals as. the best long range About 9 p.m. Nelson left for the -CONTACT-
Inmates now serve only 30 percent oft solution. Keystone Airport.. On the way he
-eir sentences Nelson said at Dr. Diane Richtine showed Nelson was interviewed by a news reporter.

,Kingsley Lake. Florida should build through the 133 bed mecical facility 'Schlof man, unused to the fast (Skeeter) Jones 2752004Lex
prisons with enough beds to and radiology lab.Supt.Denham pace said he was exhausted after Bryan
:mates convicted of violent crimes the long day and wondered how

and keep them In jail for their full alsq hosted Nelsonon Nelson holds up under the grind. Al Jones 275-2716 After 6 p.m.
sentences Nelson said. a ride around the new $11 million Kurth Nelson's campaign manager
A bulge In prison population from prototype prison, a spartan facility for all North Florida said the can-
.the current 40,000 to 105,000 In five of concrete blocks and cement. The didate arises early each morningand
years Is predicted for: Florida prison, to hold from 760 to 1,008 men runs five or six miles. Nelson, STATE LICENSURE ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES
'Nelson noted. He said plans shouldbe will have no sheetrock or carpeting, thanking the Hills for lunch, told the
made to separate drug offenders Denham pointed out. sustain Lake crowd he consumesto
,from the rest the prison population. Questioned by Nelson, Supt. energy, and doesn't haveto
There is not enough tax dollars in Denham said the prototype prison worry about gaining weight on the
"Florida to build enough prisons, segregates Inmates by section, has campaign trail. I
'Nelson said. He proposes alternatives r-
-; such as community control -

[home confinement where Inmates.
On roads. Nelson said the Florida 11 TWcsSTEflKHOUSS
,business leadership is, ready. All

Nelson i that is needed proposes Is the a governor current to Florida lead. !t
House plan to build roads, a combination -
of a 4-cent per gallon tax on
gasoline Increased fees, and a $1.6
MOBILE ""t., _. .
billion bond Issue.
., ,
To solve what he called "Florldas

"',transportation for Department administrative of crisis Transportation,"tune-up Nelson called of, but the HOMESPECIAL ... ., US. 301 S S 964-8061

,said new DOT Secretary Ben Watts,
from Chlpley. is doing a good Job. ONE DAY ONLY!
'The state must have a fransportat -
fair to all and ,
tlon dollar formula
somewhat fair to the area from MOBILE HOME 3 TON TUESDAY MAY 1st rLTwcANggsffcw

which the taxes come Nelson said. CENTRALAIR4 ,
Guy Andrews asked If Nelson, If -J QQOO

not successful,' will support the" top-notch unit v. I I .
"Of course
Democratic nominee.
Nelson laid "You didn't have to ask" designed for mobile subject to availability ,

that, but I understand why you did, homes. Priced from 'Single WIde .
said Nelson. "It wash correct Consisting of:
Andrews replied.
/ answer, Fried Shrimp, Choice of Potato. Hush

state Why, Nelson would you was come asked.back.There to the Is Puppies, Cole Slaw Food Bar and Beverage

,a no megatrend greater challenge state anywhere like Florida than;' GAS & APPLIANCES

Nelson relied "This is where the $999
t 11C3 3. Walnut 964-7701
'p'todda needs somebody to step up 190 W. Main Street Lake Butler 496-2564
'. inch under the big[ Issues
and not 4 til Closing
-.Nelson told the Kingsley Lake 'Financing AvafUWe'wtth/xpprovetfCf; crowd.
NeJII4)II noted he hadn't even addressed .
the environment or drugs,

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I Bradford County April. Traffic Criminal Court Finalsby : I

Carolyn EavesBCT been made, pay $52 court costs. suing worthless check (seven Christopher Hanoall Goolsby pled ed with'animal cruelty abandon; Benjamin Lemark Nichols pled no -
SI.ee WrH.rApril Charlynn M. Leshuk charged with counts)(Star Enterprise); restitu- guilty Illegal possession alcoholic make restitution $125.54, Tri County contest battery fined $137.50, Tri '. I
Issuing worthless check; $52 court tion made, $100 court costs. beverage; fined $137.50. supervision:\ days, $so court costs. County supervision 60 days.
3 FinalsThe costs dismiss. Alvarez charged with issuing wor- .Judith Marie Koski pled no contest .
Melodie Anne Mapps pled guilty thless check (Winn Dixie)) costs serving or selling alcohol; fined
following defendants appeared disorderly intoxication; $52 court waived, restitution made.. $120.25.Marlene.
before Judge George H. costs. Alvarez charged with issuing wor- Barkoskie Riker pled
Pierce April 3 in Bradford Traffic Jayne Mcauliffe pled no contest Issuing thless check (two counts)(301 Quick guilty petit theft; court probation 60 Win a New Home!
Criminal Court where their cases worthless check; restitution Is Stop); restitution made. days, fined $120.25. .
received final disposition.Earl made, $52 court costs. Duard A. Benson pled guilty Karla Yvonne Ross charged with
Robert L. Mooney pled guilty resisting or obstruction; fined issuing worthless check; provided global Homes Inc. presents
Wade Godwin pled guilty disorderly Intoxication; $75 court $137.50. proof of restitution, $52 court costs. ,
driving while license suspended costs. James Joseph Burchlck pled guilty Rosa Maria Soto pled no contest
(DWLS); fined $146.50. Henry Beville Morgan pled guilty disorderly intoxication; fined petit theft; costs waived, dismissed.
Gerald Edward Adam pled guiltyno hunting deer with gun and light; fin- $137.50, Tri County supervision six Andrew D.Thomas pled no contest
valid driver's license (NVDL); ed $163.75, forfeit weapon and months,no alcohol, seek counseling, battery; six months Tri County iI:
presented valid license, costs material, Tri County supervision 90 violate no laws.Timothy supervision, fined $137.50, restitu- 3
suspended. days. F. Chastain charged with tion if needed. :
Ginger Bordeaux pled no contest Kim M. Murray pled no contest Is- battery; dismissed. Edna L. Williams charged with Issuing ;:
DWLS; $50 court costs. suing worthless check; show proof of worthless check; $50 court ':.1
James Brogdon pled guilty restitution and will dismiss. Raymond L. Cobb pled guilty battery costs, restitution has been made. :J
DWLS; fined $146.50. Mark D. Randall pled no contest ; six months court probation, Randall D. Young pled no contest
Brogdon pled guilty disregardingno issuing worthless check; pay $52 continue counseling and present cer- battery; six months Tri County ..
passing zone; dismissed. court costs, show proof of restitu- tificate, fine $190. supervision, fined $137.50, restitution @ .
Brogdon pled guilty no current in- Cobb charged with second; third if needed. : 1 S C o y / -
surance card; costs suspended. tion.Sean L.Starling pled no contest issuing count battery; dismissed. Daniel McMillan charged with Issuing -
Vernon Keith Davis pled no contest worthless check; costs Juanita N. Ekenbarger pled guilty worthless check: pled no con- OItDABIE
DWLS; presented valid license, suspended. issuing worthless check; make test, $50 court costs, dismiss. '
pay $52 court costs. Donna Tacey pled guilty issuing restitution, PRY $SO court costs. Dewayne Edward McBride charg.Saik wfEPSTA
Juan Jaime Devis pled guilty worthless check; restitution has -
NVDL; fined $120.25. been made, $52 court costs. t
a Devis pled guilty speeding SSmph: Barbara J. Telken pled no contest
in posted 35mph); fined $144. issuing worthless check; restitutionhas
Audrey Cobb Hill pled guilty been made, costs waived. See America's -
to affordable
DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County Helen Thompson pled no contest Construction Inc. answer housing at
supervision 90 days. Issuing worthless check; $52 court Gleason Corner Mall from April 20 -April 30, 1990
Hill pled no contest expired tag .., r.'. -
and improper tag; dismissed.Hill costs.The victim of all the above wor- IIThIllU ""' ... ._ 9:00 AM to 6:301W. dally. ::
pled guilty improper tag; thless check cases was Winn Dixie) For more details call ..
presented valid tag, dismissed. Roland Randolph pled no contest
Eddie Taylor Jackson pled guilty spouse battery; Tri County supervision 1800866O250fcWIN
DWLS; presented valid license, pay six months, complete counseling -
$52 court costs. at BUGC and present certificate,
Venetha Jenkins pled no contest $52 court costs. ,GIVE;OF FIVE JIOME :rt; j,.; .
DWLS; presented valid license, Dennis Cohens, Jr. charged with You could win a prebulk home of your awe by ft\wj ng tie.If9COVEIt H

costs Stephen suspended.Paul Jones pled no contest loitering and prowling; dismissed. ,. TUB AJmrnDABlB DREAM! SW SUKtS,,.'._?,.
Merriweather chargedwith
DWLS; fined $120.25. Kenneth dismissed. jUH' die DISCOVER THE ArTOROADLB DREAM home dispkiy)" j M.
Steven M. Klem pled no contest trespass; Clmuon Comer>I Mall, and deixwlt d official'Sweepstakes Itolry
petit .
Merriweather guilty
DWLS; presented valid license, theft; costs waived pled, make restitu- "S rvlng Gainesville since 1975" \..gjWgJgfi I;; : ; form >l the'Display, ,y\;,>.,.."K/<:,k,"\ + .

dismissed.Steven M. Klem pled no contest 60 tion days.Merriweather($40.81). Tri County supervision lffflf SCREEN PORCHES PATIO COVERS POOL '89 Clearance Sale
speeding (66mph in posted 45mph); ENCLOSURES CARPORTS GLASS & VINYL
guilty petit global
fined $36.Amy in WINDOWS WOOD & CONCRETE DECKS:: Still in Progress with
theft; sentenced to jail .
D. Miles pled not guilty with credit for time serve ROOFOVERS SWIMMING POOLS only 8 models left at ::;
NVDL valid license, Irrnfflfl FREE IFORQVAJJIY HOMES INC.
; presented with
Jessie Summer charged iw i u mi L3751106-< Discount Prices
dismissed. resisting arrest without violence; ItLiLlihI ; Single
John Wesley Mosley pled guilty dismissed.Don SAKE CALL SAIK (904) 752-0250 and Doublewldcs.
DWLS; pay $52 and present valid Miller charged with abuse of Hwy. 90 W. Across from Wal-Mart & WE FINANCE;
license or pay $120.25. a disabled adult; dismissed. 2800 N.W. 74th PI. Hardee's (Lake City FL) 18008864250.
Azell Sapp pled guilty NVDL; pay Rainie Miller charged with abuseof
IItltltmInIutIti Ron Larrow, Manager state Cerf. CRCOI 01 es Local"752.0250wA.Do
$52 and present valid drivers licenseor a disabled adult; dismissed.
pay $120.25.Willie James A. Oliver III charged with --------
Louis Smith pled guilty issuing worthless check; restitutionand
DWLS; pay $120.25. $50 paid, dismissed.
Smith pled guilty improper tag;
dismissed. April 17 FinalsThe

Gary Wayne Sutton pled guilty following defendants appeared -
DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County before Judge George H.
supervision 90 days. Pierce April 17 where their cases
Ancil Council Tetstone found guil- received final disposition.
ty NVDL; fined $120.25. ,
William Martin Lemire pled guilty Richard Anthony Akins pled guilty
driving under influence (DUI; fin- driving while license suspended
\ ed $700, license suspended six mon- (DWLS) fined $137.50. ..;
ths, attend DUI school, Tri County. Donald;Aatbocy.t Cay ton pled gulla' ....m 'L ,
supervision one yean ty DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County
Jessie S. Simmons pled no contest supervision 90 days.
wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin- Lancin Devane Hersey pled guilty
ed $120.25, Tri County supervision 60 driving under the influence (DUI);
days. fined $437.50, license suspended six
Simmons pled guilty DWLS: fined months, attend DUI school, 50 hours
$137.50, Tri County supervision 60 community work, Tri County super-
days. vision one year.
Carl Joaaim Kann pled guilty ex- 1
Misdemeanor Court pired driver's license more than four ''e .et9

Louise Alldredge pled guilty issu- ; valid license, $52
ing worthless check; restitution has court pled:
been made, $52 court costs. guilty expired driver's
Samuel Bennett pled guilty bat- license more than four months; fined ...
tery; $52 court costs. $120.25.
Kathy Butts pled guilty Issuing Shawn Daren Nettles pled guilty we .;
worthless check; restitution has DWLS; fined $137.50, Tri County '
been made, $52 supervision 90 days. : ; i.
John O. Flythe pled no contest issuing Nettles pled guilty unlawful
worthless check; restitution is speed; fined $180. _
made, pay $52 court costs. Joseph R. Kirchaine pled guilty no
I Flythe pled no contest issuing wor- valid driver's license (NVDL); pre- IW.I
thless check; restitution has been sent valid license and pay $52 court
made, costs waived. costs or pay $120.25. ,
Buford L. Garrett pled guilty issuing Benjamin F.Smith,Jr. pled guilty I !
worthless check; restitution has DWLS; fined $120.25. i''r
been made, $52 court costs. Connie Jo Spradling present valid !
Dominic J. Greco pled no contest license and pay $52 or pay $120.25. r '.
hunting deer with gun and light; fin- Frederick Steele pled guilty I
ed $163.75, forfeit weapon and DWLS; fined $137.50. k
material, Tri County supervision SO Steele pled: guilty open container; '
days. dismissed.Luis ..,
Ada Louise Griffis pled no contest Vargus charged with NVDL; -I
serving or selling alcohol to minor; $52 court costs, dismiss.
fined$137.50,Tri County supervision Jackson Thomas Brooks pled no "
90 days. contest DWLS; ten days In jail,
Sherrie Lynn Hartley pled no contest credit for time served, costs :
selling or serving alcoholic sup ended. ,.,. .., '
beverage to minor; fined $137.50. Brooks pled no contest impropertag tj '
Stella Joyner charged with issuing ; concurrent ten days In jail.
worthless check; made restitution, Brooks charged with expired tag;
pay $52 court costs. dismissed. '
Tawana Lavette Kinsler pled no Randall Stephen Byrd pled no con- RNNU '
contest petit theft; fined $137.50, Tri test DUI; fined $1,225, license .
County supervision 90 days. suspended ten years,attend advanced -
Embritt Lee pled guilty disorderly DUI school.
intoxication; sentenced to one day in Byrd charged with DWLS;
jail, $52 court costs, Tri County dismissed.
supervision 30 days. t9Z7IQUE1o
Lori L. Leino pled guilty Issuing Misdemeanor Court i
worthless check; restitution had. Sherry E.Alvarez charged with is- v


...a: Hampton Elementary Holds First Science Fair !; 0e7 1990 9" ),. .

: In order to enhance the current Mrs. Hoezei turn ivir. \Vauton ,: \,. -
science curriculum and to promote kindergarten classes competed with PIJRKS1\\lE
higher level thinking skills, Hamp- whole group projects. Mrs. Clark's \ .
ton Elementary School recently held first grade class did both whole ,. '
Its first Science Fair. group and individual projects.
.. Students from the classes of Mrs.
All of the students who competed Marshall, Mrs. Rowan, Mrs. Shaw, WALDO'S FOURTH (4) ANNUAL, RAILROAD DAY y
i in the April 14 fair received blue ribbons Mr. King, Ms. Sprinkle and Mrs. ;
I for their excellent ideas and Kramig competed in individual projects. ANTIQUE FAIR
,',: finished products. .
<: Saturday, April 28, 1990 is the date that the city of Waldo will celebrate their Fourth (4))

. :1.Rebroadcast of 1990 Youth Talent.Show Annual Railroad Day. 1

f' case at United Methodist Set April '29I Waldo City Park will become alive with over 100 antique dealers from throughout the 1

11 A rebroadcast of the 1990 Youth Davis, Scott Durban Tim Gowem region. Antique furniture; glassware, pottery, linens,jewelry with a wide array of. .1
Talent United Showcase held at the First John Loper, Erica .Pfennlger .and, collectibles will be up for sale along with a variety of railroad items.

evening,Methodist April 23, Is Church set over Sunday Stark Steve These Thornton.young people display a Predominately antiques, select craft dealers will be on board with handmade articles to j

Cable 6 Sunday afternoon, April 29, tremendous amount of talent and choose from. "

I at The 2 p.m.program, also a celebration of are extremely teens of proud.which If this you county could can not attend be Last Railroad Day attendance was close to five ((5)) thousand. We are all working for a '

Earth Day, Includes vocal. and in the live program, be sure to greater number this ,
,... s by tune in Cable S for the replay. year. '
students from Bpi word High:School. The United Methodist Youth i There is entertainment throughout the day, plenty of,food, baby contest, wild animal 'I

Youths performing In the program Fellowship wishes to thank:: ail the exhibit. Especially for the children game booths, clown and magic:! show.
'Include Join Bula students who and all
BaD performed
h Jason Canova Bradley Joel Carren, Cindy; those who attended the presentation. All aboard for a relaxed fun day for everyone at Waldo City Park, Saturday, April 28,

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RE.ALTY' to> r1.iti :.' .'.JFORfRCNT: ;, : HELP WANTED


ties paid. From $37.50 up weekly. : 17 month grant position. Pri-
1lU NATIONAL FOREST: woodedlots MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St mary duties include operation of book-
PHONE river access. $5950 each. No Starke In front of Post Olllca. mobile and programming for disabled
down. $71.41 month. Owner.
money 13KINGSLEY
and children and
9647776OR 1rT11 1-233-4579 or 1-622-2433 TFN LAKE: 2 BR. 2 BA Double- adults. Requirements: valid Fla.

S .10LOOKING wide.Central air,dishwasher. Private Chauffeur's License, type 30 WPM,
"' '
473-7541 : \WANTED, !L.: :: pier. $350/Week. 533-2602 or 752- publiclibraryexperlencedesiredhighschool :
," 4339. TFN 13 graduate; subject to back-
N 38R/2 BA MOBILE HOME: $225 Month. ground and driving record check;
Temple Starke Florida Call 782-3417. TFN 13
HOUND.We have blooded ability to lift 25 Ibs. and work flexible 4
a male,
$215 PER MONTH 2 BR/1
: BA. Single night and weekend shifts. Salary,
redbone bloodhound. like
Would to
wide trailer. Lawtey, located off 225 $4.00 per hour,28 hrs. a-week.Apply
breed for
puppy or If you have a puppy on NW 68th Ave, on the left, has In person, Bradford County Public
COMING SOON for 11 sale. Please call 964-5647. catfish pond. 3 miles from Junction Library,105 E.Jackson Street,Starke,
301/225 and 2 miles from junction 16/ Florida Closes 5/3/90. 15
OPEN HOUSE : 225. Call 782-3417. TFN 13 RN-OR micro-hand
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2-3 BR, 2 BA. House or doublewlde OLIN'S : Day shift, surgery.
experience preferred. App to
on within 10 min. of Starke.
acreage 11 lots for rent, water and sewer fur- Ramadan Hand Institute Lake Butler

SATURDAY APRIL 28' -10-4 LADY 468-2245.NEED A JOB W/HOME AND TFN nished 13, cable tv available. 782-3333 Hospital, phone 14962323.
SALARY.Will relocate Illinois license.No .
3 Beautiful Geneva Lake Front Homes 11MUSICAL car.K.Schwartz. (904)669-6633. rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323. p.m., Browning Construction, 964-

.. "' TFN 13 6054. TFN 15

2300 square foot 3500 square foot { .:.":'" FOR SALE;( ,.. : STATE your EMPLOYEES work? We,have need a dean home mobile closeto EXAMINERS: Part time. National Paramedical -
Company seeks paramedical
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKE GENEVA: INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS homes available.call 468-1323. TFN examiners (M.A.. E.M.T., LPN or

$14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- 13MOBILE RNO to complete Insurance physicals
6943. 12 HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY In your local area. Great pay and you
ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER WATER SEWERCABLE TV 2 BR, can set your own hours. Must be ableto
PLATES.Measures 24x36 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 draw blood. To apply, call 1-800-

lnches,$.50 each. Great for patchingand MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY 824-2130 ask for Sandy. 15
7498 TFN 13
Call St Starke. 12 time. Call Susan Faulkner,
or part
r; SLEEPER for pickup truck $500. Call
964-9317. 12 : Kitchenette, room and bath In 964-5069. 15
Lawtey. Close to stores and Post REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATE NEEDED:
Will send to school and teach. Call
.I. A'- Hr Office. 782-3949.TFN 13
storage buildings, garages green-
% V' 4i Susan Faulkner, 964-5069.
301! South, 964-8848 TFN12X21 HOME:Across from Wai Mart Clean, 15LICENSED
no pets: Call 964-8810. 13 COSMETOLOGIST: 964-

CARPORT $990.NO DOWN 2 BR, 2 BATH HOUSE ON 7 ACRES: 4151 anytime.! 15

PAYMENT.Handl House portable $300/Mo., $150 deposit.. Call 964-
buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- 5231 13 after 5 p.m.or 1-467-2956,a m. HOMES FOR SALE

8848 TFN 12
FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL.Mulchfor 2 BR CH/A:Furnished.$250 Month,plus FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR. 11/2 Bath
landsca lna. 782-3140. tfnMARY'S $200 dep. 964-3595. 13 CB home.Living room,dining,kitchen,
2 BEDROOM HOUSE IN LAWTEY.Largeliving large family room w/fireplace built-
VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker, room w/fireplace, fenced yard. in bar. Screened in back porch, small
used furniture, appliances TV's, 782-3344/782-3777. tfn 13 pool. Fenced backyard, barn w/eleo-
microwaves, VCR's .You name it, I 2 BDRM. MOBILE HOME In town on city triclty. 964-5647. IS
carry III.Alwas looking for such Items. lot with chain! link fenced Avail- SELLING DUE TO HEALTH: 4 BR/2 BA,
\. Immaculate 3 yr. old brick home with 3 BR/ 2 1/2 BA, 2300 sf, Stop In If you wish to sell something. able furnished'or. unfurnished.yard. Call den w/fireplace, CH/A, 8 ceiling fans,
* 304 E. Call St, 964-3250. Eveningscall 964-4757. 13 dishwasher, fenced backyard, storage -
CHI 97' of lakefront dble. walking distance to town.
fireplace, 064-5813. Don't call after 9pm. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: bldg/workshop.Walk to schools,

$199,000 TFN 12 town and schools, modem, small stores. Assumable. 964-6877.
apartment complex. Pets and chil- 16
low gold,4 engagement rings from I/ dren welcome. 964-8601. 13 $42,500:Includes stove,refrig,2 BR 11/
4 to 1/2 ct.yellow and white gold. For 2 1 BATH MOBILE
BR HOME: Clean. 2 BA, nearly new beautiful home.
Information,call 473-7439 Mon.-Fri.9 Air In the Garden of cabl-
pines. space, par- Owner built Large kit, plenty
a.m. to DIAMOND tially furnished. $200 month, first and netsall Mica,Incl.Splash marble seals,
RING with 15 diamonds
14 CARAT last Call 964-6918. AI
Young. best A & H very economical elec.
$550 firm. Makes a great 13 Garage patio, ceiling fans, much
Mothers Day gift. also, 1980 Cutlass 3 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME:Furnlshad, more.Below cost.831 Cypress Street
wagon, 48,000 original miles, nice central heat and air,on 1/2 acre lot 2 18ODD
car. $2100, call 964-0704 12 miles from town.No pets.$250/Month,
M TRY THE PHOENIX COOKIE DIET pro- $100 security deposit Call after 5 PERSONAL SERVICES
gram. Cheaper by the box, call 964- pm during the week anytime on week-

8813 12REFRIGERATOR ends. Ph. 964-7554. 13 JOBS: Home and Business repairs
W/1CE MAKER $100; TAKING APPLICATIONS for manager& and construction. Screened porches,
Kitchen link $50; electric fans $15; attendant! for Town & Country Exxon. decks, also garden ponds call ODD
lighting fixtures and other items. May Apply at:Town& Country Exxon,800 JOBS, 964-8565 or 964-9622. TFN
be at 327 N. Clark StreetIMPERIALFROSTFREE18.7euft
seen S. Walnut St. Starke. 2tcha 17

i .heavy WE DO HAULING: Any type needed.

i-8320\'f't'-duty commercial freezer, .$800. 964- HELP WANTEDHAVE Lawn services of all types Call...782-
r '- -
3084 17

COMBO:Can be used home or office. PRIZES,be an Avon Representative.For Featuring a retirement community and
Very good condition.Baby bassinette, Information, call Ramona, 782- home.Licensed supervision 24-hours
surfing board. Call after 5 p.m 431- 3068. TFN 15 a day.Certified nursing asst,first aid,

1132. 12 REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only CPR trained staff. We are a retire-
78 CHEVY BLAZER 4X4, $1800 OBO;
1- Prestigious 4 BR / 5 BA 3500 sf, 3 decks, CH/A, 800' of paved '88 Ford XLT Lariat $12.000 OBO; 2 4 Estate weeks College..call 17554040.TFN North 15 Fl.Real mentcommunity-nota Not affiliated with any nursing religious home.organizations -

REDUCED $25,000. horses,one mare$500 and one geld- .Call Sue today,463-2519
100' of lakefront sprinkle : Expanding -
driveway, sys., ing.$400OBO.Call 782-3191 or 782- life insurance society Royal Neigh- Ifn 17

OWNER FINANCING 3328 anytime. 12 bors of America,provides training and DAY CARE AVAILABLE for s ,or citizens -
TWOI Reason-
excellent commissions.Grow with usl! Monday Friday Cu.l Su-EI,
able. Call Sheila 034-0763 or 533-
468-2619. 17
Opening In Starke area. Call: Val
3423. 12 Me Igs,State Supervisor,Jax.FL(904)( ) ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, button-
GOLF CLUBS:Full set Tour II Irons,2 thru 384-2750. 15 holes, patehes.etc. Drop off and pick
9,2 wedges, only $125 First Flight
ATTENTION EARN MONEY TYPINGAT up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964-
Irons 2-9,pitching wedge,$75;Wilson -) 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from
Staff Model, Irons 2-9 pitching wedge, HOMEI32OOOlyr.lncome potential -
Details. Ext T- Soulhside Etem. Hwy 100TFN
$250;First Flight Woods 1,3,4,5$75; 17PRESSURE
Ladles Burke Irons, left handed 3-0 17283. 15
pitching wedge, $50. Can be seen at
walks,driveways. Roof Repairs.Tree
welders with mechanical ability. Apply -
6113 Kingsley Lake Drive Klngsley
Call 9646341. Parks.
Surgeon. Terry
Lake. Call 533-2129. 12 In person,Mon.-Fri. 8:30-4: p.m.at
Kustom Karr Corp.., Reynolds Indus CHAINNLINK
trial Park, Hwy 16 East, Green Cove FENCE: Installed. Free estimates -
mauve, never used. Layered pillow HANDYMAN FENCE CO.,
back,large and beautiful.Divorce sale Springs FL 15
'.. owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559.
A VAdbrttilr'a1'f' + $675. Call 9642874. 12 RETAIL SALES HELP NEEDED:
7 retail sales Send TFN 17STRICKLAND'S
experience helpful.
PIT GROUP: 6 blue/mauve. New
s"Y resume to SALESPERSON
never used.Sacrifice.$450.Call 964-
Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091.
and models cleaned, oiled and ad-
justed $15. New and used sewing
Mauve. Brand new selling due to machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan
available In several
Openings areas
dlvorto Sacrifice. $395. Call 964-
Road 964-8733 TFN 17
4 )
will train. For Into call 7087428620.ext. ,
2874. 12
$50. 1234 Blanding St 9647341. ATTENTION
Alcoholics Anonymous, 934-
HOME I 32,000/yr Income ten-
Beautiful 2-story cedar redwood home. 150' of FOUR KEYSTONE MAG ALUMINUM tial. Details. ((1))602-838-8883, po Ext T- 3619,964-4150.064-8614. 17
contemporary WHEELS:With nearly new tires SizeL 3493. 15ATTENTION HOUSEPAINTING & CLEANING: Call

i3 lakefront BR / 3 BA. 3400 sf, CH/A, fireplace, glass enc. sunroom 78 15$200 080. (904)) 496-3605. : EARN MONEY WATCHING Tommy Lewis, The Brush Man.

deck deck. GOOD USED SNAPPER riding mower. TVI 32000yr. Income potential. Qualify work, reasonable rates, free
greenhousesprinkle sys., Ig. floating 964-7145. 12 estimates. References avail
hot tub, sauna, Details. 1-602-838-8885, Ext.A- upon
CLEANING HOUSE) 2 love seat sleep 3493. 15ATTENTION request 964-7527 after 6 p.m.

$239,000 ers one $50. 1 $100; glass top end :EASY WORK EXCELLENT 17
table, $15; small chest of drawers PAY! Assemble products at home. EVERGREEN LAWN SERVICE: For all
2 $30; beige sliding door blind, 102' Details. 1-602-838-8885.Ext A-3493. your lawn maintenance needs. Rea-
wide$55;4 pair Prisdlla curtains,fits 15 sonable rates,quality work.964-4686,
O 38-x63, 2 blue and 2 468-2225. 17
H country Navy COSMETOLOGIST: Experienced, full or

blue, $15 per pair; double comforter part time, rent or commission. 964- CHILD CARE: After school, evenings,
and dust ruffle with 2 shams, $30; !HAIR. TFN 15 nights and weekends. For mature,
TRAFFIC short wheel base topper white wid\ COOK: Mon.-Frl., 8-10:30: p.m. Waitress reliable, dependable care, call 964-
STARKB LIGHT red, $150; one wheel and tire with sandwich makers,optional hour. Call 8522. TFN 17

W. 100 Eo mounting ((915)) bracket, $25; large 964-4050 between hours of 10-11 DOCTOR AUTO: Full detail service

:, .}pO directions.twin water bed,$25.12 Call 964-45 for am. & 1-6pm. 15 Bumper to Bumper. Special $49.95.

'., fll' PUBLIC BEACH ATTENTION: ;EARN:: MONEY TYPINGAT Ref. Call 064-4099 anytime.
UNITED STANDARD water softner,con- HOMEI! 32,000 yr/lncome poten- 17
\"' ditioner and purifyer.Paid$3500.Will tial. Details. 1-602-838-8885. Ext T- EXPERIENCED DAY CARE WORKER

:, .," ." ,..1 sell for$1800.Call alters p.m.duringthe 17283. 15 .'W/CPR. first aid training will babysit
0, I' ', week anytime on weekends. Ph. any time, any age. 964-9422. TFNLEARN
". : \\r? I I II 864:7554. J8 17
.{:" ,, .': for acre wooded land. Also trade April 30, 7-8:30: p.m. Masonic Loge,
I .w,. .. Pontiac for van. 064-2337.TFN Keystone Heights, 064-2917.

-'. ', +*RANGB do BLUE CAMPER: 1975 Bon Air, sleeps MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting,
."i.f.: ... ., ':" I 8.Ate/ and heat. $1800.Good condition Plumbing,Electrical,Decks,Additions.
i :'< I.' "f'' ,..'9" ,: Can 034-5875 after 4 p.m. TFN Major Repairs.. 25 yrs ExperienceLocal
19 references.Woody Hewitt 964

: T I 1985 34 FT.CROSS COUNTRY by Sport- 5405. 1/117
-:, #3 coach. Fully salt contained with all EXPERIENCED MOTHER:Will watch and
.\ :J 1EDWOODCHDAIDIKTKOAI options. .Automatic leveling jacks: care for your Infant my home.964-

:," ;., .1 ..' ; S ) '. awnings all windows. Garaged since The highly flavored spice known el 3521.17REMODELING.
,,: new. 7823140. 19 mace la actually the covering of the ROOFING ROOM
nutmeg. It Is usually sold ground ADDIITIONS: Carports, concrete
I 'f and I I.often us>d to flavor fruit pie.. work, alurrlnum or vinyl siding and
soffit systems. Free estimate CaN

T Garrison Construction, 0646281,
GBNBVA'LAKBESTATES anytime. Mark Garrison, license no.

j. :POLICE OFFICER E-14255. 17

::I Starke Police Department is now taking ICE: (Nick A Ruby Harper). We're
.expanding our business and taking
\ I SLIGHT applications for the position of Police on new accounts. Clean-outs trimming -
and landscaping -
mulching, mowing
GAINESVILLE Officer. Must be 21 years of age, Certifiedas .964S760daytime,7823354evenings. ;

26 MEtROSB ;, .. _. Police officer by the State of Florida, WILL BABYSIT. IN 17 MY HOME: Ages,

,. have high school diploma or equivalency, newborn 1434.17 to 4.Reasonable rates 782-

J, '
neat in appearance. Applications WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME: Evening
hours. Call 964.8407 anytime after 3
available at Starke City Hall. nm 17I'
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.. Dewitt C.; ficiating. Burial will be in Kingsley Will/ams/ were held at 10:30 a.m. In Home. In Memory of friendships. Words could never convey
PadgettMr. Lake Cemetery under the directionof Airpark Baptist Church on Saturday .. Survivors are his wife,Fickle H. the tender thoughts and
Dewitt Carlton Padgett, of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of ,April 21,with Rev.LeRoy Olive Cummings, and Lillian J. Jenkins Paul Bennett thankfulness we hold for.each and
Starke,died Saturday, April 21,suddenly Starke. and Rev. Gene Bass officiating. both of Starke; his father, Tyrone Oct. 21,1918-Apr. 23,.1985 every one of you today. .
at his home. Born in Brooker, Burial was in Crosby Lake Cummings Sr.of West Palm Beach; Sincerely, the family of Chuck
Mr. Padgett had lived in Starke for Michael D. RobinsonMr. Cemetery under the direction of four sisters, Passion Wims, Starke, Howard.
the past 21 years.. He was retired Jones Funeral Home of Starke. and Jacinta,Charlotte) and Tyrhon- You're Missed Daddy
from the U.S. Army, having received Michael David Robinson, 16, da Cummings, all of West Palm
the rank of M/Sgt. His military of Starke, died suddenly Sunday Medical. Virginia P, StoughtonMrs. Beach; and six brothers Leroy Your Daughter & Card Of ThanksThe
I .: service Included the Korean and April 22, at University GUiona, Cleve Hankerson, and Earl Grandchildren family of the late Mrs. Ola
, Jacksonville. Born in Virginia Poetter Stoughton,
7' Vietnam wars. Following retirement Johnson Jr. all of Starke; Tyrone
from service, he worked for Gainesville Mr Robinson moved to 82,'of Burlington N.C., died Mon- Cummings, Jr. and Anthony Mack, Mae Johns wishes to express their
Thank YouTo of for
the Florida Department of Correc- Starke fivo years ago and attended day, April 23. in Bradford Hospital both of West Palm Beach, and Vin- acknowledgement food
Bradford Middle School. following a brief illness. Born in cent James Lake your cards flowers money,
1 tions. He was a member of the First Survivors Include his mother and Downers Grove, Illinois Mrs. City. each and every one of our and especially your love that was
Church of Starke.
1 Baptist Survivors include his wife, Rosa stepfather, Peggy and Reece In Stoughton moved to Burlington in friends we thank you so very much showed during the time of bereave-
I of Starke two brothers Leavy 1989 from St. Simon's Island Ga. for all the kindness you have shown ment.
gram ;
Lee of Starke three sons
Padgett ; of; Robinson of Ft. Irwin Calif. and She was a member of St. Simon's Linwood Crawford and continue to show. Special thanks to the Halle
flBuddy" Jr.
I Dewitt Padgett Church and We thank for all the food, the Funeral Home of Starke and Archer
Vero Beach William "Buddy"Padgett Bobby Robinson of Starke; and his Presbyterian was a Linwood Crawford of Lawtey died you
flowers and the cards and Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
homemaker. especially
I Bobbie
of Shaw Air Force Base, maternal grandmother, Saturday at Alachua General
, I South Carolina, George Padgett of Alvarez of Starke. Survivors Include her husband Hospital In Gainesville' following a. ......
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,i I Starke; four daughters,Susan Quick Funeral services will be held Friday Wayne Oliver Stoughton of Burl short Illness. He was 85.
\ of Clio, South Carolina, Vera ,April 27,at the Chapel of Archie ington; one son, Peter White Born In Denmark, South Carolina,
f Hamner and Christy Brace, both of Tanner Funeral Home of Starke, Stoughton of Virginia Beach Va.; Mr. Crawford moved to Lawtey in
I I Jacksonville and Jennifer Hoffman, with Rev. Henry McKinney of two brothers R.K Poetter, 1925. He retired after 45 years with
US Navy Iceland; two brothers ficiating. Burial will be In Crosby LaGrange, III. and William E. Poet the railroad. He was a member of
Coleman Padgett of Fairbanks and Lake Cemetery under the directionof ter of Cape Cod, Mass; two granddaughters the Methodist faith.
Everett Padgett of Starke; two Archie Tanner Funeral Home of and one great grand Survivors include two daughters v
sisters, Cora Billiard of Gainesville Starke. daughter. .Catherine Crawford of Palm Coast PINEHURST
Private burial services for Mrs. and Emma Burney of Jacksonville. o
and Bleasdale cf Keystone
, Virginia Robert F. KearneyMr. Stoughton will be held at a later datein Services will be held S1
' Heights; 12 grandchildren and one Saturday, 966 VARIETY suiilPIII6Jl.! ,
I I great grandson.Funeral .Robert Forbes Kearney,80,of Brownsville Cemetery, Windsor. ;April 28,at 1 p.m..In Mt.Zion A. .EM .
Vermont. Jones Funeral Home of Church ,
services for Mr. Padgett Park of the Palms, Keystone Lawtey. .".
were held Monday, April 23, at 2 Height, died Wednesday, April 18, Starke rangements.was In charge' local ar- Now that Summer is almost here, come and let us
p.m. in First Baptist'Church with in Whispering Pines Care Center,
Rev. Ben Bryant officiating. Burial Starke following a long Illness.Bornin Walter II. Coe WANTED help you design your Own T-Shirt for your summer
was in Deden Cemetery, Brooker, Asbury Park N.J., Mr. Kearney 5 HOMES outfits.
with full military honors. Archie moved to Keystone Heights in 1988 Mr.Walter Henry Coe,88,of Lake
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was from Whiting, N.J. He was a Butler,died Wednesday at the North NEED PAINTING We have a large selection of T-shirts in all colors.
in charge of arrangements. member of the Park of the Palms Florida Regional Medical Center in *************
Church; a member Whiting Bible Gainesville following an extended Il- SAVE HUNDREDSOF We also have paints, such as; puff,slick & glittler
Delores S. McCormick Church Whiting. N.J.; retired lness. Born in Cornwall on Hudson,
I Mrs.Delores Starling McCormick, owner of Arnolt Communications N.Y.,he had lived in Lake Butler for DOLLARS paints. Also iron& sew-on transfers and appliques.

48, of Macon, Ga. died Monday, radio communications company. the past 17 years. He worked with '25% OFF Come see our rhinestones & charms that can
the York
April 23, at the Medical Center in Survivors Include his wife, New Central Railroad you
Central Georgia. Born and raised in Dorothy I. Kearney of Keystone Company for 35 years before his ************* sew on and are completely washable:
I Bradford County, she was the Heights; one stepdaughter, Kathie retirement. He was an Episcopalianby 8 HOMES ARE NEEDED IN THE GAINESVILLE
daughter of the late Lonzo R. and Dick Brandon Vermont; two stepsons faith. AND SURROUNDING AREAS TO DEMON We have a large selection of pony beads to
I Villa E. Norman Starling of Bradford Stephen M. Gaydosn. Survivors Include one sister,Edith STRATE AND ADVERTISE OUR NEW WOLVERINE
County. She moved to Phoenix Bessemer, Ala. and Rev. Michael Grail of Potts town.Pa.; one brother, VINYL SIDING, SOFFIT AND FASCIA decorate your very own bandana, which we also ,
City, Ala. before moving to Macon, Gaydosh, Amityville, Long Island George E. "Red"doe; of Cornwall on AND ENERGY-EFFICIENT REPLACEMENT have in stock.
some four years ago. She was N.Y.; one brother, Bradford Hudson N.Y.; his niece,Joyce Shawof WINDOWS FROM THE HOME IMPROVEMENT
I' employed by the TWR Motor Electronic Kearney of Jennings, La.; 11 grandchildren Engll8htownhN.J.; a host of other CENTER.OFFER GOOD FOR BRICK,WOOD (We Do Alterations)
I Plant until ill health forced and one great grandchild. ; his close local FRAME OR ANY OTHER OWNER OCCUPIED
friends, Mr. and Mrs. James F. HOME. WE ARE CELEBRATING 10 YEARS
Funeral services for Mr. Kearneywere
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her retirement. was Baptist '
faith. held at 11 a.m. Monday, April Willis and Jonnie and Mr. and Mrs. AREA DOING AND BUSINESS OFFERING IN GREAT THE GAINESVILLE Do Come over and browse while you are doing

:I Survivors include her husband, 23, In Whiting Bible Church, N.J. Henry Price and Brandi, all of Lake LIMITED TIME ONLY. WE WILL SAVINGS USE THESE FORA your laundry at our adjoining laundromat and
James McCormick of Macon; three Burial was in Whiting Memorial Butler. HOMES TO ADVERTISE AND SHOW OUR pick up last minute items such as
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sons Timmie Parrish, Dublin, Ga., Park, with local arrangements by NEW WOLVERINE VINYL SIDING MATERIALAND grocery
Lex and Jimmy Parrish, both of Jones Funeral Home of Starke. The Services Held for WINDOWS FOR EXTERIOR WALLS Ice,Milk,Bread, Cold Drinks, Etc. \
Tammie family requests that donations be Edward SOFFIT AND FASCIA.100'1Io FINANCING
three Mrs. -
Macon daughters, Cummings
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,I Griffin, Forsythe,' Gu., Cindy made to The Gideon Memorial Bible AVAILABLE WITH EZ TERMS. CALL Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary
I I Fulford of Charleston, S.C.and Miss Fund, P.O. Box 104, Starke, FL,, Accident Victim 904-378.3700, OR TOLL FREE 80.720-0584.()
Angel McCormick of Macon; six 32091, In lieu of flowers. Edward Cummings 24 of 1001 E. ASK FOR TERRY \i(
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brothers, Marklee Starling, Thomas St., Starke,
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Starling,both of Kingsley ,Ver- G. WilliamsMrs. April 14 from Injuries received in r --
non"Dick"Starling Lonzo"Judge" Gladys accident in Fort Pierce.At .
Starling,Jr. and Carlos Norman,all Gladys George Williams, 82, the time he was on his way home
I of Lawtey and Harvey Starling of of Starke,died Thursday,April 19,in from a trip to visit relatives In West / Your Best Buy In' Florida
Starke; five sisters, Mrs. Nettle Bradford Hospital following a long Palm Beach.A .
I Ruth Kirkland of Keystone Heights illness. A lifetime resident of Brad- native of Starke, he was a cement -
Mrs. Inez Batten of Starke, Mrs. ford County, Mrs. Williams was a finisher, a lifelong resident of STAIN
) I! Naomi Starling of Starke. Mrs. member of Airpark Baptist Church Starke and a member of the SCULPTURED RESISTANTf
: Lugene McCain of Sparr, Fla. and (having been a charter member for Holiness faith.Funeral .
Mrs. Ruby Harris of Jacksonville; 40 years) and was a homemaker. services were held at \ r
and 13 grandchildren. Survivors include her husband p.m. April 21, at the
Funeral services will be held Dewey D. Williams and one son SaturdaYi In Christ with Elder
: Thursday, April 26, at the Chapel of Charlie D. Williams of Starke and D.R. Williams officiating. Burial
; Archie Tanner Funeral Home; two grandsons. was in the Oddfellows Cemetery rm&OO [g1f
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