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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bradford HISTORY I

Inside... the COlJ/ly ,

SECTION At 10 Pogm

... Hard N.ws..1.3,1OA .
The lower southeast has been under the influence of a high Editorials..4* ..... SINCE 1879

pressure cell all this week, which is holding cooler air from Social . . . . .SA ,_r ,
penetrating southward, and keeping temperatures well above nor- Hampton Hlahlit..5 A -
Logals . . .. . 7.I.A
mal.Midday temperatures have been well into the 90's, and the Sport. . . . . 9A I
forecast is for no relief before the weekend. '
The high pressure may weaken by Saturday, allowing some of SECTION Bl 12 gags t .tiJ" :
the weather UCI Flow.r Show . . .IBPollc.Mot
stormy over Texas and Arkansas to move our
however most of the rains are mtpwtpH to stay north of our area.way, . . . 28 1
Cooler temeratures are predicted for the weekend with highs only D.A.R.E. Grad . . 3B ,
In the mid-80s and lows in the low 60s. Hot and dry days N.w. Short. . .A.5.1I1 JII'
are againin ..
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the forecast for next week, however. landing Now. . . ..B ... ..
Winter weather continues in the northern tier of states, with 20s Now Rlvar Ramblort. .7.108 The Sweet strawberries This Sia leaven
recorded In Montana in Claulflod Adi. . . .....aObltuorl. s w
and snow continuing the rockies at higher
elevations. .. . . . 120 110th Year STARKE "'LOIUUJ35 frnw Copy
42nd Issue Thursday, May 3, IBM UKPS 01i2-1011( I
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N t Brown to Be in Town SaturdayLarry 1 1J


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Brown, a product of Brad- football habits he was very per Rogers,a former UF coach,then as "Larry tuuwn Day," ami jinuiue
ford High School who went on to a 14 coachable. head coach at Kansas. Scott will make a presentation to the +
Quilting... year pro-career in football as offen- Brown learned qluickly at offen- Brown's outstanding career at honored guest from the Bradford
sive tackle, guard and end with the sive and defensive ends. Brown soon Kansas at tackle and guard let to his NAACP chapter.Larry's .
The Senior Quilting Group will be Pittsburg Steelers, will be the won over Bradford High School fans contract with the Steelers. high school football coach,
taking $1 donations for a quilt at honored guest speaker at the third by such plays as when he broke into Brown is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Hurse, will review Brown's .. I I
Winn-Dixie, Friday, May 4, and at annual Guy Andrews Minority Ban- the backfield against Baker High Willie Brown of Starke. high school highlights. .. 'f
Wal-mart, Saturday, May 5. quet at the Bradford Fairgrounds School and returned a fumble he The purpose of the Minority Com- Tickets for the gala benefit are on
The Senior Quilting Group will Auditorium, Saturday, May 5. created for a touchdown. mittee Banquet is to raise funds for sale at Santa Fe Community Col- i r Ala 1It' I
have a booth, offering hand-made, scholarships to Santa Fe Community lege,Andrews Center. The$12 dona-
reasonably priced Mother's Day Brown, a 1967 BHS graduate, Brown was once described by a College. During the past two tion will be used for additional \' Ir I!
gifts, during the Downtown Jubilee, came over from the former RJE Pittsburg offensive line coach as years, 10 students have already scholarships.
Saturday May 12. High School, and played his senior "the best in the business." benefitted from this program, and For more information on the program II.I
year for the Tornadoes. Brown, thena four more scholarships will likely be call SFCC Andrews Center, I..
Barbeque Chicken... slender 8-feet-4 and 190 pounds, His distinguished high school awarded this year. phone 964-5382.
The Hampton Elementary School had never played football before. record as an all-area lineman won a During the banquet program, Brown now lives In Philadelphia, Lorry Brown
Spring Barbecue chicken dinner Is Coach David Hurse says because scholarship to Kansas University, which will begin at 6:30 p.m., Mayor where he operates two Burger King .
scheduled for Friday, May 4, at the Brown had not learned ImproperThornton where he was signed by Coach Pep- Vernon Silcox will declare Saturday franchises. Outltandinq BHSthh

school, 4-7 p.m. .. .. ... .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .... ....,_ u .H"+tr.pS
Dinners are priced $3.50 per : : :.::. .' : : ':. :"..:'.' -. -- -" ., on. :.,. !
plate. I
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Car Wash... .___

BHS Varsity and Jr. Varsity Duncan S r _
cheerleaders will host a car wash :4
bn the Community State Bank ;

parking lot, Saturday, May 5, 9 Top BHSSeniors ..Ai'f'I I Ivi

a.m. to 5 p.m. t

Kid's Register ... :r
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Kindergarten registration for '.....
Bradford County youngsters will be st sin I IM
May 7-11. Students are eligible for Straight-A student Steven Thorn- >
kindergarten if they are 5 years old ton is the valedictorian of the classof
on or before Sept. I, 1990. 1990 at Bradford High School.

Call Robin Lee, Ph. 964-6800 for Thornton is the son of Mr. and .. .......
further information. Mrs. Donald Thronton of SR229W. r ,.rr
Thornton has received an appoint- : S =-; -1, -

SS Elementary... ment to West Point and plans a .I ----.. n
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military career. The Senior Class -
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Southside Elementary will .. .. -
Thornton is member of
president, a -
register kindergarten candidates ,:.:: ..'
the BHS marching and concert .
May 7-11. of the Stu- -
bands. He was president --
Kindergarten orientation will be dent Council as a junior and was -:: .' Y.
held Friday, May 11, 8-10 a.m. president of his freshman class. He .i4.,
Please come to the school office. is a member of the Spanish Club and ., _

Spanish Honor Society, and has been "'" .. ..
Just $ ..
No.
Say .. of the track team. -:
captain ... *'
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Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox has Thornton has a perfect 4.0 raw "-'_-,- -... f I

proclaimed May 7-11 as "Just Say grade point average, which In- -----_ _
No to Drugs" week. Special events creases to 4.4285 when weighted 4c ti"wR ... .,'
are planned for each school day. because of taking honors classes. ,
Families Against Drugs are asking I
all residents to participate by wear-

ing red clothing'FrI .May-It: i 'arl,1.'.r -:__.. .,-""."' wp ....'-5"S5 .e.. S i4y ., .-._. ,.;:. It .' .
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Giant Yard Sale... -. .

A five family yard sale, with proceeds .,. \

Exchange to benefit Program the,BHS will German be held "".--" .... ............. \

Saturday, May 5, In front of Brad- r ,,' .....".S.....,' '. "':.r0. -!"",.
ford High School. '' "
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Items for sale include household ',.L. .. \
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automotive Items, .'" -
products, ., :. I. ...
clothing, crafts, flower baskets and ', .' .""" \t '-, 'n
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wreaths for Mother's H- ": ,, "
grapevile ,- '" ..,... ...." i ft ,'II" ..
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Golf Tournament... 1 See the Sand Box... ;

The Starke Golf and Country Architect Spiros Drivas stands In front of the new 6-cIassroorn Contractor Robert Kelly, from Gainesville, is a 195 t gr.i Club will host its annual kindergarten addition at Southside Elementary. Using his first chance to ford High. He Is the ion of J.R. Kelly.
Strawberry Open, Saturday and design a building for the school board, architect Drivas visited the conThe circular sidewalk and open sand area form a sand l.o.v. i hi-. I
Sunday, May 56. Entrance fees for structlon site almost daily. crete bench is for students to climb over or for a teacher li> v I
the two-day 36 hole event is $75, observe students playing. ;
with a few slots still open. i

The Am-Am will be held Wednesday Center Well Received by Adniinis4raU l 1 J
May 2, entrance fee, $5, with Steven Thornton Kindergarten <
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golfers being able to enter as many !
times they wish. VoLdlctorlan of Class of 1990 Architect Spiros Drivas has received high praise from local education The location of the new entrance with a new sidewalk opening '.1.i
administrators and the Bradford school board for the new kindergartencenter Stansbury Street became the focal point for the school as the malt; -i t r"

UCI Flower Show... at Southside Elementary.The Drivas points out.
six new classrooms, soon to be occupied, are the most attractive in The strategic locations of windows around the new building! uiv" > <0"
The 28th annual UCI Flower f the school system, school board members told architect Drivas when ability of the principal and his staff to view the playground at tOy i
Show will be held Thursday- visiting the school April 23. It is the first time he's had space to work with, The existing administration building was remodeled in such ,i w j.< .
Saturday, May 10.12 at the Union Drivas says. It is an example of what can be done with basic materials one can hardly tell the difference between the new and old I IlrJ\ at. r i

Correctional Institution Training and by using a little imagination and taste, the architect says.
Building. The building is fully equipped at minimum cost. Materials used have out.Although the materials are common and low cost- coin rot i II". ,i ,
low maintenance and long life. It the first comprehensive building design brick,and carpet they are well unified with a touch of color to e..
and construction in Bradford County for the past 10 years, Drivas points esthetically pleasant teaching environment. Multiple wmdm\- up."
building to the outside to the south and north bringing adquutf I cant } i
Three BHS Classes... out.The space Is used effectively, inside and out. The exterior playgroundhas Ing the day,so the staff can function without artificial light if t 11c<-. .

Three BHS Classes, 1959-60-61, been incorporated into the design of the kindergarten wing. For in- Every kindergarten classroom has a unique storage room fulh t. i '
have scheduled a "30 year" yew stance, the sandboxes, benches,covered play courts,and uncovered play oed with shelving and storage units, including a closet |1'1'i id, .r '> <
nion, Friday and Saturday, July areas are integrated in with the existing foliage and trees, which was for all the materials to be stored so the classroom space i ernuii.s "i
2021.It<< taken into consideration of the design. and flexible to any teaching scheme.It .
the kindergarten building has turned its back IK
essential that all class appears
is ti- The combination of grassed areas (play fields) In most areas have but this was done purposefully to shield the kindergarten pi.tle| mu'"
members return forms as soon as
created an interesting' playground area structured for two groups of from the rest of the school, Drivas says.
be possible finalized.For in.order that planning can students playing at the same time at two ends of the building. The The metal roof of the K building,with minimum pentration, has \,
call Charles children can be watched from the two stategically located teacher plann- ed color and Is a distinctive element with a long lifespan.
information, ing areas on the corners of the building, having full view of the The new architecture is an extension of the present buildings, an
Francis, Ph. 964-7735, Tom Smith, \T playground areas. The K playgrounds are located so the building acts as not conflict. The $700,000 project by Contractor Robert Kelly was
Bob Shannon Ph.
Ph. 533-2038 or ,
a screen to separate the K students from the main playground."The pleted under the contract price. Using basic materials avaialble in <

964-5358. \ separate entry to the kindergarten wing from Colley Road gives area,a little imagination, and a great help from the staff and admit l'. i
Upcoming... the bolding its on traffic pattern and avoids mixing kindergarten students lion and school board, the SS construction has turned into ,> suoi .1 i i
Public meetings scheduled in the Scott Duncan with the rest of the student population," Drivas said. project for the Bradford schools and sets the standard iui luum .

coming weeks are: Solutatorlan' of CI... of 1990 The addition and remodeling of the administration building has createdthe structlon. Drlvas says. .
Bradford County Commissioners first comprehensive model in the Bradford school system and Is adequately The building was accepted April 23 by the school board, and the school

meet Monday, May 7, at 9:30 a.m., Salutatorian is James Scott Dun- sized to meet the present needs and future growth of the! school.: can move in.
can, son of Supt. and Mrs. Jim Dun- .
in the Courthouse. ., '
of Estates. Duncan ,:!..'I11U
can Conerly was
Lawtey City Council meets Mon- H0B B HBlBBflMB>VBBB IaBBBaBl laBaftVpBHl BlBBlBBaBBBBBBlaBBlWH BB
day May 7, at 7:30 p.m., in City member president of of the his Jazz Junior Band in Class grades, a


daY Hal.Brooker!! May 8 City, at 7:30 Council p.m.meets, in City Tues- 9-12 year Academic, ,was a Decathlon on member the track team of team the this year U.S.this, O'Neal Not In Violation, Ethics Panel Saysby I


Hal.Hampton City Council meeets was on the Hi-Q team in the 10th continue to see a possible u'Neal that simply is not th
is of the Student not sell any land as a realtor within Carter says
Tuesday, May 8, at 7 P.M., in City grade Council, and chaplain is member of the National Buster Rahn the city or county." conflict. case, since he will do nothing to endanger
Hall. a BCT Stuff WriterStarkeBradford The summary was taken from a special called meeting Monday, his job, and futhermore, his --
The Downtown Jubilee is scheduled Honor Society. Duncan has a County Zoning four-page document written by the March 12, did nothing to change wife Susan Faulkner O'Neal, is
for Saturday May 12, beginning weighted 4.2941 taking grade honors point classes average and of Director Darrell O'Neal was cleared FLOE in response to an inquiry by positions of the five commissioners, ethical to a fault, if such a thing Is
at 11 a.m., and running into the by a of violating state ethics rules in the County Attorney Reggie Flynn who with O'Neal continuing to receive possible.The .
evening. raw basis grade of 4.0.point average of 3.8421 on final report of the Florida Commis- had requested an opinion at the support from three commissioners.The couple does not talk shop at
Starke City Council meets Tuesday a sion on Ethics.In direction of city and county commis three supporters stated that,, home, O'Neal says.
There 41 honor students in the
May IS, at 7:30 p.m., In City class of are 230 students to summary, the Florida Commission sioners. while they have complete confidenceIn The issue, a hot topic for several
Hall. expected on Ethics (FCOE) stated, "No The possibility of a conflict: surfaced O'Neal,each would Initiate actionto weeks, has since quieted, with littleor
Bradford County Commissioners graduate June 1. prohibited conflict of interest was In January, when Commission remove him from the zoning no discussion currently being
Eleven students will
mid-month meeting is slated for graduatewith created under Florida Statutes Sec Chairman Maxie Carter, Jr., called director's position if a conflict heard.
with
Wednesday May 16; in the Cour- outstanding high honors, and tion 112.313(7)(a) when a citycounty Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal became obvious. The FCOE suggests that O Meal
thouse. grade above. point averages Steven of Thronton 3.75 zoning director purchased three before the board to discuss his purChasing Realtor Laverne Outlaw said he refrain from participating in matters -
The Bradford County Zoning They are Link residential properties with a realtor of three parcels of land In has no problem with O'Neal's! In- relating to property in which his
Scott Duncan Robert Bishop
Board meets Tuesday May 29, at 7 Thomas Bradford Chad, (who is now his wife), renovated the partnership with his fiancee vesting in real estate, but attendedthe spouse would nave an interest. It
p.m., in Starke City Hall. Christopher houses on the properties, and resold Realtor Susan Faulkner. O'Neal and meeting to register a complaint also suggests that O'Neal should
Farnsworth
The Bradford County School Eric Kevin Crafton, Allison Ann, two of them, when none of the property Faulkner have since married. about new policy of not giving zon- seek another opinion if he acquiresland
Eugene Finch Kimberly
Board meets Tuesday, May 29, at 7 Johnson Kevin Brian, Krack Mark was the subject of a rezoning O'Neal's assurance that he would ing information by phone. that requires rezoning or other
in the Administrative request. Nor would a prohibited conflict not jeopardize his job as zoning action that comes before either of '
Building on N. Temple Ave. PhHIip Shuford, Ronald Wayne of interest be created under the director by unethical practices Real Estate Agent Bill Dodd was the zoning boards.In .
Starke Zoning Board meets Zurfluh. same Florida Statute were the zon- satisfied three county commissioneR the most vocal In his complaint that meetings with the zoning
Thursday, May 31, at 7 p.m., In The nine high honors students, ing director to obtain an associate Joe Riddick, Wilbur Waters O'Neal has an unfair advantage that boards and boards of adjustment,
Starke City Hall. with grade point averages from real estate license, which would re- and Ross Chandler, but -Commissioners !'I8y.bit iranRlated Into sales for the ONeal..p.2A)
I (See Top Seniurs..I".zJ'IIi \) in Inactive, and where he would E.L. Norman and Chairman,; Fautknei" ;Agency.. (See

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IL Removal of Electrical Wire Top oil. ..


IicT: &ft4tiiIJ BHS Wish List to 'Comity School Board I


A three page list of Bradford High that might be sufficiently inexpen- asked to. Odom said the senior
School needs were presented to sive to be viable came from Dr. privilege of leaving campus for
tf school board members Monday Richard Odom,who represented the lunch should mean somthing.
night, April 30, but the only Teacher Advisory Committee. Board members agreed more con-
) emergency item is an electric wire Odom suggested making Adkins trol of who leaves and comes onto
that goes across the football field. Street, on the south side of BHS,one the now open BHS campus would be
K Principal Charles Francis warnedthe way and putting in angle parking desirable. Several administrators,
school board that the wire,hit by would increase parking spaces. Odom and Ms. Sylvia Tatum ex-
tt'r several kicked footballs in past Odom also suggested cutting into the pressed fear that, sooner or later, a
seasons, is held up only by rust. The curb on Adkins next to the school fora student will be injured in an
wire poses a danger! to crowds at second row of angle parking. automobile accident under currently
TWr football games or school assemblies, Taking up the suggestion, Prin- hazardous driving conditions at the
M Francis says. cipal Francis pointed out that angle the high school.
As in other schools,Supt.Jim Dun- parking could be stretched all the
can warned the 15 high school personnel way around the SW corner of the Media Center Director Olvia
and two parents present that campus. Scott, wife of School Board Chair-
,e. money is expected to be extremely Dr. Odom stressed automobile man Jimmy Scott, asked for an in-
rI tight in the 90-91 budget and only problem and students leaving campus crease from$10 to$25 per student for
,1t emergency items will be considered. needs to be controlled. School the media center to buy books and
I 1 ? Creating designated parking Board Member Len Schlofman said supplies.Math .
4 1 ( areas for students and faculty is the four BHS administrators are not teachers re-enforced Fran-
c r e \1i1XrT another topic that will be addressed enough to enforce the parking. But cis' statement of need for walls in
if a way can be found that won't cost Dr.Odom suggested that most the math and science wing, the last
inn much money One 'ee..tfon "*nls".' ..*TO they are open space in the high school.



r BMS Principal Wants More Classroom Spaceschool I


Preparing for an enrollment jump "Help is on the way. I just don't board Tuesday night, April
from 720 to 800 students over the know when." 24. I
next three years and facing new Principal Mazzella also gave the Mazzella thanked the school board
state mandated special education board a list of repair or replace for improvements made in the past 1 I
programs, Bradford Middle School items to consider in the coming two years: 1)) Replacing air-
Principal John Mazzella sees a budget. But the most pressing itemis conditioners in the main building,.2)
Grade Students at SS..,.
3-5 Straight-A
necessity for more classroom space. repair or replacement of bleacher additional covered walkways, 3)ad-
Straight-A students in Grades 34.5 at Southside Second row: Matthew Key, Heather Patton, Kristen Mazzella sees a need for six new seats in the gym. Bleacher replace- ding air-conditioning in the gym,
Elementary for the 4th six-weeks grading period are Groves, Adam Marchese, April McKinney, John basic classrooms and four new ment comes under safety-to-life and 4)) constructing a new bus drive
(1-r): !McMillan.! smaller special education category and can be done with other and parking lot repaved.
First row: Philip Pombier, Lane Toregain, Jody Top row: Jeremy Scott, Sean Connaughton, Trent classrooms by the 1992-93 school funds than building construction. Principal Mazzella said if addi-
Elder, Demetrius Drivas, Josh Davis Leigh Johns, Patterson, Chris Sembroskl. year. Supt. Jim Duncan said the Other items on the list are: tional space is not forthcoming,
Michael O'Neal. Not present for photo: Brandy Harper. next big building construction push 1)) Paint exterior of gymnasium. some teachers will have to rove,
will be at Starke Elementary next 2) Construct computer lab area. meaning they won't have a
jear. Year after next it will be the 3)) Repair or replace student and classroom of their own but will have
U Hampton Elementary Hopes to Halt Staff Cuts middle school's turn, he said. But physical education lockers. to use another teacher's classroom
with an extra tight state budget com 4) Construct covered walkwayarea when that teacher has a free period.
ing up Supt. Duncan doesn't know at bus loading area. BMS can rove up to four teachers,
Hampton Elementary sought to The Hampton area is growing, graders, 30 third graders, 32 fourth how much money the school system 5)) Carpet repair and replacement. Mazzella said.A .
:: keep the school staff from being cut said parent Debbie Broome. The graders, 27 fifth graders, and 24 will have over the next few years. 6) Construct outside cement court
:: because of declining enrollment growth is not inside the town limits, sixth graders. Eighteen sixth area 200-120( feet. I
::: when the school board met there but from around Hampton Lake and graders are advancing to the middle 7) Repair gymnasium roof. lengty discussion ensured I
:: Tuesday night May 1, facing the along Meng Dairy Road. school. BMS Teacher Cathy Norman,say about: 1)teaching pre-algebra in the
:: largest crowd of any school yet. The class size has increased in The idea would be to have the ing she has taught there 20 years and "There are no high ticket items, middle school,2) using recyclable or
: HE Principal Mary Ann Kyle projects each of the last three years,said Ms. teachers in place when school starts, the enrollment goes up and down, but we do need to do some biodegradable paper plates in the
::::; an enrollment of 189 students Broome. For example,HE will have said there is a great need for more maintenance on this building. It's 20 school cafeteria or going back to
:: for the 90-91 term, down from 205 36 first graders next year. 23 second (See Staff CutS..P.3A) classroom space.Supt. Duncan said, years old now." Mazzella told the dishwashers and ceramic plates.TERW'LLEGAR .
:: this term.That would earn the small
school one less teacher. Ms. Kyle
:: said it is the kindergarten class that
== is in question. Already signed by in-
:: structor Claudette Petersen are 15 MOTORS
:: kindergartners. If 30 kindergartners
::: arrive, rather than 23 as projected
:: now, it would mean two K teachers,
:=: rather than one.
E: The number if kindergarten
.::; students until is after not likely chool to begins be pinneddown next DOES IT AGAIN & AGAINI

::: fall. Ms.to' the del v plays I
-:: havoc wiu. .. .1a prog m.
:::: Young parents begged Supt.Jim Everything under the sun in one location to serve you better.

::: now Duncan, with to 9 leave teachers.the staffing Supt. Duncan as it is Byron over-ordered and moved all the used cars & trucks back home I

;; said if he had the $32,000 it would
:! cost to hire the additional teacher in *. to .,Call St. &..,Hwy. 10O 9647200. I II
his pocket, the parents would have I
their teacher. But, Duncan said, ,, .+," ,'" "' I I
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=: with the tight budget projected he :
One Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words.
,
doesn't know where the $32,000 will ...

earned come from by numbers.O'Neal for students. that aren't Terwillegar told all salespeople "Let's Make The Deals. : scount every i

new & used Car & Truck Pay .the highest possible" price' ':on trades". I
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1-STOP SHOPPING FOR FORD CARS & TRUCKS, DODGES, PLYMOUTHS, JEEPS, AND DODGE TRUCKS, PLUS USED CARS & TRUCKS. '


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O'Neal states that property has been

) but advertised never makes and any properlyposte recom- \.1t E 90
QRoaded ho
mendation for consideration by a
/ either of the boards. 6 C'i' C rbie"'OS
1 O'Neal says a member of the press a9 EADER8 rase
attends all zoning board meetings, M'
and if he made a recommendationfor si o'
or against rezoning a parcel, the 0 oo o .'100 O M? .
press would pick it up immediately.Real and cash ** o.
estate interests charge that *ea
Ogack
O'Neal may have advance informa- <*
tion that a landowner intends to sella
parcel,and give the information to
Faulkner Realty, but O'Neal says no NOTHING DOWN 1990 Escort GT's
one has ever come into the zoning office 1990 FESTIVA
and said, "I'm going to sell
some property."
"It just hasn't happened," O'Neal ass -
says. 7.90/0 48 Mo. 6,94s Mo.
FCOE also addressed the issue of ,
O'Neal obtaining an associate
license,saying that it does not repre- wfi3iA or $900 $750 s
or
sent a conflict of Interest so long as it
remains inactive while he is zoning
director. Cash $1000 Cash
Florida Statutes prohibit public of-
ficers or employees from using or Back Back
disclosing information for personal
gain, if the information is not
available to the public.

O'Neals The three purchased invested parcels and through in which renovatedwere local the Visit our Downtown Location for Super Buys on Used Cars & Trucks!



realtors Faulkner either,of Realty accessible the three did property not to participatein anyone.sales. '1990 Bronco "XLT" 1990 "XLT" Pickup 1988 Bronco XLT 1988 Toyota4RunnerSR5 1988 Jeep Grand

O'Neal says, "I hope we can put WagoneerLoaded

serving aside past the problems public and in get matters on with 302 V8, O/D, 5,400 302 V8, Loaded, '302 V8, O/D, Sharp! Loaded, Auto, 26,000 With Leather,

relating to zoning ordinances and Miles Loaded!!, 11,000 Miles, SWB y, New!! '1/2 of New Model .

land uses." $18, 95 $12,495 $ 14,495 $15,99513,49'ra; :



Top Seniors 1988 JeepCherokee 1988 Chevy Camaro 1987 F350 Van Body 1987 Dodge:Omni. 1985 Ford F-250

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Sarah Frances Douglas, Jennifer Gainesvillein
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Goolsby, Cynthia Wynette Harris, Florida 377-1096
Valerie Sue Krack Lena Michelle
Looney, Lori Lynn Mann, Randall 1-8OO-329-FORD .
Gray Milton,Dana Leanne Norman,
Angela Dawn Parrish, Robert
Wayne Patrick Elizabeth Abigail 964-7200 209 MADISON STARKE, FL.
Rathbun, Carl N. Richie, Michael Starke 473-FORD
Ward Ripplinger, Vincon Scott
Robinson, Shana Renee Schmitt, 377-1O96 209 W. Keystone Heights 388-FORD
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County cajoled Commission by Dr. Jeffry Chairman Rubin and mediately occupy the new addition. deep in bU carport..Williams said, "If it's our problem, we'll fix It," ,the now vacant lot. The permit, The Jail Shubbery.CJ ..
Max- Construction has taken longer than and it wasn't'that before the
way promised Commissioner
ie Carter, ;however, does not address Kitten on
Carter Jr., the Starke Board of expected. The engineer has plans to construction project.Commissioner who then thanked the Board of Ad- the paved part of the parking lot The city>] Board of Adjustment
Adjustment agreed to allow the complete the Jo and the Suwanne Carter said he has justment saying Dr.Rubin needs to Presumably, Wells will! have to agreed to forego requiring shubbery
Bradford Health '
the Department to occupy River Water Management District consulted with'county engineer use the space."Take reapply for a special exception to around the jail fence.
new addition. has Issued the necessary permits, Jerome Kelly who says the county is care of Mr. Williams, will use the paved parking lot to show The county has met all stipulations
The move was allowed last Thurs- said Dr.Rubin. not putting any water onto Williams' you" Ms. Capps asked Carter. cars. except for the shubbery, said
day night April 28, despite the fact The county' putting in llmerock. property.The county sloped graded Commissoner Maxie Carter Jr, The
that the county has not solved the in preparation to paving the lot, and an toward his property, new board fence at the edge of the
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drainage problem will soon let bids.: Williams said.,"I don't see how Mr. Car Lot Permit...
; fenced the lotr jail property, and shubbery planted
paved it,or landscaped it as promised. Dr.Rubin predicted a finished. Job ,Carter can say the county Is not put- After much confusion and discussion Beauty Shop... would Interfere with parking,Carter
The county had a six month within. two months; 'ting water on my property." the Board of Adjustment approved The Starke Zoning Board, meeting
special exception which was extended Citing an overcrowded waiting Commissioner Carter attempted a special exception for car prior to the Board of Adjustment, said.The
to a year. The unfinished items room;' Dr.Rubin said, "We r to assure Williams the county won't sales in Suite 1700 of Deerfoot approved a change in zoning from Adjustment Board agreed the
have kept the county from occupy desperately need this place." .allow water to run off its Village. R1C, residential, to R-P, residential- fence Is an improvement to the surrounding
ing the building. onto the'Williams property. Garter Since last Thursday, Director professional, for a cosmetology homes.
The Adjustment Board Member Claire said: Williams has a : problem O'Neal said the special exceptionalso business in a home at 631 Laura
adjustment board could re- Capps pointed out the special exception because his property is lower than Includes the vacant lot adjacentto Street, owned by Wayne Mundorff, Carter,answering Ms. Capps,said
examine there
the is sufficient fire
permit in 90 days, suggested was granted with stipulations, the street in front of his home. Suite 1700, on which Orian Wells Attorney Rick Replogle, speaking protection.
O'Neal. Zoning Director Darrell the most important of which is Williams said he had no problem Chevrolet-Olds presently is showingcars. for both Mundorff and himself, said "We'd like you to move," said Ad-
Sam The four members present, drainage.R.T. ,before the county work. he and his wife Wendy,a beautician, justment Board Member Sam
Teal Bassett, Denmark pa, Ken Williams, however,' said the Ron Denmark accepting Carter's Wells, who appeared at the plan to purchase the home, directly Bassett. "Will you be out in three
and Ron voted water problem is not fixed.Williams contention that the. county isn't dum- meeting, asked for a permit to show across Laura Street from the new years?" Carter said he can say
unanimously to grant the request to feels the county In building up the ,ping water onto the Williams property cars on the paved parking lot. Wells nursing home, for a businesS' use nothing now, that jail and sales tax
occupy. Health Department has moved to allow the Health Dept. said the shopping center owners They do not plan to live in the houseor committees are meeting to work outa
Crowded conditions, said forced rain water to go under his addition to be occupied. Ken Teal plan to add to tile end of the present rent It for residential use, said solution. Carter said he has no
Dr.Rubin, make it imperative to im- home next door, Water was anklec. seconded, and the vote was 4-0. construction, thus ending his use of Replogle. other sites In mind.


I Under New Rules. Traffic Violations Can Cause Commercial Drivers Licenses To Be Lost


by Buster Rahn Driving with an alcohol con- a period of 24 hours. It is illegal to ly, but not later than the end of the formnation about drivers.The states Surrender any and all driver
aCT Stall Wril.rOperators centration of .04 percent or more; operate a commercial motor vehicle next business day if your license is will review driver's records to make licenses issued by Florida or any
of commercial vehiclescan -d. Leaving the scene of an acci- with any alcohol in your system. suspended, revoked, cancelled, or if sure that drivers do not have more other state;
be disqualified and lose their dente; The penalties are severe, but are you have been disqualified from than one Commercial Driver's Not be under revocation, suspension
Commercial Driver's License' for : Using 'a 'commercial motor designed to improve highway safety driving a commercial motor vehicle. License. In Florida it is illegal for cancellation or disqualificationin
certain traffic convictions if com vehicle in the commission of a for you and other highway users. Your employer must not let you drivers of commercial motor Florida or any other state;
mitted while operating a commercial felony; or drive a commercial motor vehicle If vehicles to have more than one
motor vehicle.If 'f. Refusing to take a blood alcohol Federal Restrictions... you have more than one license; if driver's license.Requirements.. Submit a valid medical report or
convicted of two serious traffic test. Consent to alcohol testing is Under the federal Commercial your commercial motor vehicle ... hold card,this if you document are normally required to
violations] within three years, you given by you when you drive a motor Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1986, all driver's license is suspended,revok- In order to obtain a CommercialDriver's Provide ;
'of
will lose your license for 60 days. A vehicle in Florida. commercial drivers must: ed, cancelled, or if you have been proof your social
License in Florida
third conviction within three o If convicted of the above you security number such as the social
years any of Only have one driver's license. If disqualified from driving. Your
must: security card itself
results in 120 days disqualification. while transporting placarded hazar- you break this law you may be fined employer may be fined up to $5,000 Be a resident of Florida; form. or your W-2
clude"Serious unlawflul Traffic Violations" in- dous materials, the disqualificationtime up to $5,000 or put in jail. Keep your' or placed In jail for breaking this Be at least 18 years of age to table; Photocopies are not accep-
speed (15 MPH or is increased to .
three years.A home state license and Immediatelyreturn
law.When drive intrastate and 21 years old to Pass all required tests and
more over the posted speed), second conviction for the above any other license to the state applying for a commercial drive interstate. the license fee. pay
careless or reckless driving, fleeing offenses will result in disqualification where it was issued. driving job, give the employer information proper
or attempting to elude a police officer for life. The second conviction Notify your employer within 30 on all driving jobs held for
other traffic offenses committed may be for the same or a different. days of a conviction for any traffic the past 10 years.
in a commercial motor vehicle offense. violation, except parking. This is Have a commercial driver's
resulting in the death or personal in- Using a commercial motor vehi- true no matter where or what type of license by April I, 1992. After that
jury of any person, and commercial cle In the making, selling, or vehicle you were driving. date you cannot drive a commercial
motor vehicles not properly insured.a. distribution of drugs will result in -If licensed in Florida notify the motor vehicle without one. You may
A driver will be disqualified for disqualification! for life. Florida Division of Driver's License be fined up to$5,000 or put in jail for
one year for a first time convictionof Disqualification for life means you within 30 days of an out-of-state con- breaking the law.Clearinghouse..
the following offenses while will no longer be allowed to operate viction for any traffic violation, except MANLYBOLIN
orating a commercial motor vehi- commercial motor vehicles.If parking. This is true no matter ...
cleb.: any level of alcohol is detected, what type of vehicle you were driv- Florida and all other states will be
Driving under the influence of law enforcement officers can place a connected to a nationwide com-
alcohol] or a controlled substance; commercial driver out-of-service for ing.Notify your employer Immediate- puterized system to share license In-


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as opposed to hiring a teacher two with parents is what TtrCongratulations Punkin'jor County Commission District 2
weeks after school opens. Having school board seeks in meeting at ,
young! students change classes after outlying schools. bringing
your *
bonding to their first teacher is A New Time
traumatic, the parents said. Dung n sympathized with: the HE grades from "down'n out" *
"Basically, we want to keep the s problem, but said the only I A New Face
teachers we nave," said parent Joy solution is to identify K students ear- :til''t'': to Honor Roll! A New
Hutto. HE currently has 8 academic ly. ti tif" #',, "* :,tt: Beginning
teachers-and 8 cteMMoqip, *.though. ,. Ms. Kyle moving to' the middle
''" ''f'"echooh-s31dbhe What A Great Kid!!
two classroms are small. a rociated the bpi't .. ,0\ .
Some 25 adults, including 11 portunity to be HE principal], prais-* Love Dad : '
teachers, met the school board. ed the teaching staff, and said she "Pd.Pol.Adv. Dem.
Supt. Duncan expressed apprecia- will miss the students. _

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I I'E: \ \\'D' : : ; '' :!: i'It\Ii''fS'' ; ;: ; :'' ''' ) ; DOC will Pay $100,000 Penalt J ',. II

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If You Didn't Get Census Form Florida Department of Correc-
tions has agreed to pay $100,000 EPA-
imposed fine for polluting New River e ,

Please Let It Be KnownIf with Prison's effluent sewage treatment from Florida plant during State ..

four periods in 1989-90. 1

Payment of the fine will remove any '.

didn't 1900 census so far, with whole sections of need for the prison to seek a hearing on
you get a census questionnairedon't Federal of to
some cities having been missed. Butdon't charges failing comply
worry. You probably will. with Environmental Protection Agency
despair corrective measures are pollution limits. -ti,

The Starke post office has received being taken and you will get yours sooneror EPA announced its intention to crack
later. When do take the
you necessary down FSP violations in notice -
numerous phone calls from upset citizens on a legal
who think Uncle Sam has forgotten them time to fill it out and return the census to published April 26 stating that the & :
headquarters. You'll be doing yourselfand wastewater treatment facility at FSP
and want to their in the
they get name
your town a favor. A lot is ncb.ig: on exceeded acceptable effluent limits for j ji z. ;tI
census pot.A (
those census figures. five-day biochemical oxygen demand
during July-Sept. 1989 and Nov. 1989 to
few residents found the census forms Much federal money is distributed to Feb. 1990; and ammonianitrogenlimitsin r

hanging on their front door knob several towns and cities around the nation on the November 1987 and Sept. 1969
weeks ago, which was just the beginningof to Jan. 1990. The facility is located at i .
basis of The .
population. more people an ;' ..,
Florida State Prison on SR-16 nor
a "walk around" census-taking. More '
area has, the more state and federal thwest of Starke,and also serves Union ;; y. ..'
will "soon come", as they say in the funds it receives for needed projects. It's Correctional Institution and New River fiiI' W

Caribbean. an easy way to help your community, and Correctional.The i

According to Postmaster Helen Davis, therefore yourself.So citation confirms long-time

Starke is one of the "guinea pig" towns don't mind being a uinea pig" and rumors and suspicions by residents in
the New River area that pollution from
that will receive their census forms by having to wait for the 'walk around" the prison sewage plant was resultingin lIr'fIa--- -

the "walk around" method, rather than census-taker. Fill in the form when you fish kills along the river. This chargewas

through the mail. get it and "walk around" to the post of- never confirmed however by the Fish Kill on New RiverA

There have been lots of goof-ups in the fice and drop it in the slot. Game & Fresh Water Fish Commis- I
large catfish (center) went belly-up near the New River bridge on Highway 100
sion.One
such Incident was reported by last year,surrounded by debris and smaller dead fish (upper left).Residents along
Alma Padgett who resides along the river attributed this kill to pollution coming from the Florida State Prison
Another New !SFCC Campus Highway 100 on the Bradford County sewage plant.
side of the New River Bridge. She

Greets NeIt \N President photographed 1989 just before one such EPA kill detected on June FSP 28, threat to aquatic fife downstream from disposal plant serve over 5,000 Inmates

violations in July 1989. Mrs. Padgett the treatment plant,but the full impacton and approximately 2,000 employees.
the river was not known.In .
said that friends of hers reported dead In a Times-Union story published
was hail and farewell Monday when accomplishments over almost two catfish all along the river south of the when earlier complaints were being
decades the Gainesville Sun said that he bridge. answering earlier complaintsabout
and made, Union County Sheriff Jerry
Alan Robertson
departing president departs "secure in the knowledge that he Traces of lead have been reported in river pollution made a year or so Whitehead who lives near the river
the new president of Santa Fe Community has accomplished what of his fish caught in the Santa Fe River of ago, DOC officials denied that un- downstream,said"I can remember my
College, Larry Tyree, both attendedthe many peers which New River is a tributary.Lou treated sewage was being dumped in daddy and brothers saying there usedto
opening of a new phase of SFCC's ex- might have thought impossible..he the river, and state and federal en- be an abundance of fish in the river.They're .
presented to his community a college Vargas general counsel for the vironmental officials said they were not not there now,and I don't know
this time in or
panding program -- whose reputation for innovation for Department Corrections was quotedin aware of any such practice. Prison officials what caused it."
downtown Gainesville, where Santa Fe a Times-Union story on May 1 as say- were ordered by EPA at that
originally started more then twenty service, for excellence is known ing that the Department had rather pay time upgrade the plant to reduce high Johnny Griffis, a resident of Raiford
throughout the state and nation. And he the fine and work to improve the treatment levels()f ammonia nitrogen,a waste by- area,said he has seen human feces and
years ago. did it while maintaining nearly family- process than request a hearing to product that could threaten aquatic life. toilet tissue floating in the river just
As it did with the 1902 courthouse in like relations between the ad- challenge the penalty. south of the prison,and could also smell

Starke, Santa Fe took a venerable ministrators, faculty, staff and studentsof The T-U was also told that the fine Tests of treated waste water being waste being dumped into the river.
Gainesville landmark and made it into a Santa Fe." would probably be paid from $1.5 pumped into New River at that time J.L. Wilkinson, another Raiford area
million m DOC's 1989-90 budget, which showed unacceptable levels of chlorine, resident, said local people still avoid
viable center of higher education, ac- Starke and Bradford County are for- had been designated for improvementsin which Is used to treat the waste. Am- fishing in the river downstream from
complishing two worthy goals one monia nitrogen is known to be a hazardto
prison sewage treatment plants.An the prison because they fear pollution.
tunate to be a part of the SFCC expansionthat
educational and life fish life. would "
another..restoring "Nobody eat one of those fish
took EPA official said excess ammonia
to the downtown areas of Gainesville and place during Robertson's ad- nitrogen and organic material is a The three prisons served by the Wilkinson declared.
Starke, which had been suffering from ministration. The conversion of the unoccupied ( -
1902 courthouse in Starke into a
suburbanmallsyndrome.It
viable part of the downtown area not only
was a satisfying day for both men brought new educational to
opportunities Child Abuse Prevention
for Robertson' because it meant :
a the young people, as well as adults of ogrqm\l'lrt'11I11'''' I
welcome change of pace after 18 years at Bradford Cqunty, but added andttractive '
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the helm of a nationally recognized and focal point for downtown-art festivals and Threatened by.. Budget Shortage R&ro: :;I I

still expanding institution, and for Tyree other community programs.At .
because he was entering upon a greater
challenge in the field of education and his departure President Robertson Bradford County's 314 abused and neglected children are urged to contact
community service. turned over the reins of a thriving, expan- neglected children need help! their legislators and ask that the Child

ding institution to a well qualified suc- The for Abuse Prevention Programs sponsored
The handsome building,which was converted cessor, President Larry W. Tyree, whose fiscal 'proposed 90-91 will severly Legislative restrict budget monies under FS 415.501 (The Mills Bill) be fully -

from an abandoned railroad sta- interests and objectives seem every bit available to fund programs such as the funded. Rather than decrease such
tion Northwest 6th Street will funding,even more is needed to providea
on serve as as ambitious and foresighted as those of Child Abuse Prevention Project full continuum of services in
an outreach center for students in the his predecessor.As (CAPP) here in Bradford County, as Florida district. every
downtown area who are interested in well as across the state.

basic college courses and job training.The stated in the Sun's tribute to both CAPP Is the umbrella agency for the
men: "We welcome President Tyree and Parent Support Group and the Nurtur- Besides our local legislators, the
Monday ceremony marked not on- wish him well as he accepts the challengeof ing Program which brings home- following may be contacted: Mike

ly the start of a new campus for Santa Fe, advancing and building upon the teaching in parenting to many of the Abrams House Appropriations Sub-
but the end to the notable 18-year 1.823 households in Bradford County Committee 'Chairman, 488-1028; and
already impressive community college
committee members: Corrine Brown
that are classified as being below
presidency of Alan Robertson. program that has been given into his poverty level. 488-2977; Lars Hafner, 488-9337; Debby

/ In its editorial comment on Robertson'sNonHappenings stewardship. Sanderson 488-0635; Robert Sindler
Under this program, which began 488-2023;; Carlos Valdes 4884092. All
here in 1985, parent participation is ..* numbers are area 904.
either voluntary through referrals
in Legislature from the Department of Health and t
I Rehabilitative Services, or through Members of the Bradford County
court mandate. These CAPP-sponsored Parent Education Committee who
Reflect Confused StalemateOne programs are the only such available in have devoted many hours to these
Bradford County; therefore, it is imperative volunteer programs in the past'four
that they not be discontinued ming in Tallahassee. Funds have been years, say: "Please add your voice to

of the best editorials of the week digent health care, buf its leaders soon through lack of funding.The included In the Senate budget, but still ours to help ensure that the coming
was written in Associated Press floated out an 11-cent tax that might latest figures available show 314 face cuts, or possible elimination in the generation will build their lives upon a
an news
abused and neglected children House. stronger foundation. They will be the
dispatch from Tallahassee. In plain and squeeze through. reportedly in Bradford County. Eleven All leaders of our county and our nation
simple language it depicted the frustra- (Legislative committees also killed have been placed in emergency Bradford persons County's who have abused an interest in tomorrow we need to give them our

tion, indecision, confusion, and lack of bills requiring boating licenses and speed shelters and four are placed in foster and support today.

leadership that now pervades our limits. Several days later four young pea: homes,meaning that 299 are still left in -

Legislature. Under a Tallahassee pie died when three were decapitated anda their homes,needing help. Figures also "
show there were 70 births to women
dateline the AP reporter wrote: fourth had a broken neck when drunk
a under 20 years of age in 1988,with 20 of Temporary Jobs AvailableFor
driver, on a dark night, rammed his boat these being low weight births requiringa
"The month of April was more under a wooden dock on Doctors Inlet. high degree of care under the paren- Census Workers

remarkable for what was defeated in the Four more were added to the long list ting program. An effort Is being made to deliver census questionnaires to residents In

Legislature, rather than what was ac- who will die in boating accidents this Laura Conti, family education this area who have not already received them.
complished."The year.) specialist who has worked with the pro- Anyone who has not yet received a census form Is asked to call a toll-
gram here since its beginning,says that free number 1-800-99IH990)) to report this oversight.
The AP story of turbulent Tallahassee community support has been great, The Census Bureau reports that? temporary jobs lasting from two to
House and Senate both passed a continues: with financial help from Rotary, eight weeks are available paying $6 per hour. A representative of the
$4.7 billion transportation plan, but Gov. Civitans the Woman's Club and other bureau will *be at the ?nta.Fe Community College Andrews Center in
Martinez is poised to veto the bill over the "With the session entering May two groups,but State financing is necessary Starke at 2 p.m. each Tuesday this month (May 8, 13))22, 29) to test applicants -
four-cent per gallon gas tax increase thatit pressing items are scheduled for action in if the program is to continue. for these jobs.For more Information call Mrs.?Yawn at 9645382.
It Ia
Important to Bradford
includes. the first week: budget shortfalls and a Funding of the program Is now being the 1990 censU8. County to have every person enumerated in
bill :to bring down the skyrocketing cost) of threatened In this time of budget trim-
"House Speaker Tom Gustafson D-Ft. worker compensation insurance.

Lauderdale, says if Martinez kills the .
Child Find
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"Senate and House leaders
legislation there will be no override attempt delayed action
and roads in Florida will have to on the state budget when state financial [rr Iv ti STATE OP FLORIDADEPARTMENT Do you know a child with a handicap -

get by on bare-bones funding. experts reviewed revenue estimates.The OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES ?
Child Find is one part of the
budget is now scheduled to go to the
Florida
floor of ooth chambers 10." s_,III u.. ,.y uM,_tovluiHfiO Diagnostic and Learning
"Budget shortfalls, a worker's compen-- on May : AnmCMMun Resources System (FDLRS) that
sation crisis, proposals to expand school (and the real fighting over dollars will 101M'_nmuiamt n lends support services to excep-
begin in earnest.) tional student education programs
sex education improve governmentethics
,
In a fix county area: Bradford
and expand prison space are still At this rate of non-accomplishment, 24. 1590TOi Baker ] Putnam St.Jobnr.,
facing legislators. long-suffering taxpayers of Florida can January and, function ."
look forward to another series of nonproductive One f Child Find is
f "The House overwhelmingly snuffedout special sessions such the All' Concerned Identification of potentially handicapped -
as
Martinez's proposal to raise the preschool students, and
fiascos inflicted on the State by Governor This office has been Informed that the Child Abuse the location of children and youth
cigarette tax 19 cents a pack to for in-
pay Martinez last year. Prevention project is once again. planning. to. hold four ten-Meek between birth and 21 years of age
sets tens of the Bradford County Parent Support 6rt/up. who have
may a handicap condition
\ Tftls organisation Is providing a unique. service for this and are not receiving services.
community that is available through no ether organisation. 1 Someareasofhandicappingcondlwould -
v--4 like to tike this opportunity to express IO y sarc.ra tions may be speech, language,
COVj pprecietlon to the Child' A u.. Prevention Project for this hearing vision learning, behavior
program. and to nforn the. "Fund Sources" tnat P. _t training it or phystraiproblems.an l .

ACnvl miwi\i\ p4 .to.p.'ic._t..nt...t.nt part, of the child abuse and neglect program of the be If handicapped:you! know of, a contact child who may


Ora O y without the efforts of Ms. Laura, Conti and others of the FDLRS/ChUd Find at (904) 328-8811
Child A u.. Prevention Program there would be no parent trainingprograms In Putnam County
IOe O.KNOUSON JOHN M..MRtUuMaSen in this area and a very important part of the ;_ _
N P. nfs rehabilitative efforts could not be accomplished "'
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.. ... \!. '" ) production" of Cole Porter s classic musical comedy, "Anything :
< ,- :i y't.; Brian The"delovely music and"old time" comedy)! of the script will provide
--..-., m. DuggerTo fun for the performers and the audiences alike. Hit numbers Include
; !; ",. : Wed May 5 "You're' the Top", "It's Delovely", "Friendship", and "I Get a Kick Out
of You"Auditions
;
-.-. 5 ( .m', i iJ Joanie (Be-Be) Richards and will be held at the Starke Woman's Club on May 11 from 7 to 9 .
1 I' :i .; '!'ff! oiIii' ,, .:.. .... Brian Dugger would like to an- p.m.,and on May 12 from 4 to 5 p.m.Come prepared to sing a song of your
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1oi -f" nounce that they will be married choice. Numerous parts are available for both men and women, 17
\ ages
;. ,;J*, \\Ii':, : !. ; Saturday, May 5, at 4:30 p.m. or older. No experience necessary.
.: ... The ceremony will be held at For further! information, call 964-8498 after 7 p.m.
Sampson Lake at the home of Tom-.
my and Barbara Ann Cooper.
-- ''i The bride is the daughter of Ms.
,.' 1I. ''1\It"\) Area
'"/ Joan Richards and Stanley Richardsof Happenings. .
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r Starke. The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. A.J.Duggerof Starke."
-- ,I A reception will be held N.A.A.C.P. MeetingThe
; 'flj following ,Adrienne Barry
the ceremony. 'All friends and local chapter of the
.
t _I'll, relatives of the couple are invited to Honored Saturday N.A.A.C.P. will hold a meeting May
': : ;'., attend the ceremony and reception. At Brunch 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the annex of Allen
'V Chapel A.M.E. Church. 746 Pine
of..! II I Jimmy Muse Hazel Mongtomery, Miss Adrienne Barry bride-to-be, Street. .
., Michelle bridal ,
o Kurimay was honored at a brunch last
L.J. MintonTo
-"" ,... Saturday morning at 10:30: am. at New Paster Called
-, "j. Michelle Kurimay; Wedlay! 5 Dexter' Gourmet Cafe. Hostesses To Morgan Road
J. JimmyIuse! Hazel for the occasion'were Mrs. Maxie
I, Montgomery and L.J. Min- Baptist Church
Carter, Jr., Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire
"T. Set ton of Starke will be ,
Wedding Date married Satur-
... Mrs. J.E..Hardy, Mrs. Jerome Morgan Road Church has
Baptist
.. day, May 5,at Gold Head State Park
Carolyn D. Sapp of Starke and the in Keystone Johns, Mrs. James Reddish, Mrs. called Brother A.A. (Beaver) Twistas
Heights.A
late Zolton Paul James E. Rogers,Jr. and Mrs. L.K. their
.. 'J 11-- Kurimay announce reception will follow the 2 new pastor, beginning May
w.-- '7. '1, '\ the engagement of their daughter, p.m. Whitehead. 6.
LiIT7II ;,... ..f1' Paula Michelle, to James Anthony ceremony.The couple will spend their Guests were welcomed at the door Bro. Twist was born in Tulsa,
\'\, .;..)1 Muse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin D. moon in Orlando at Sea World.honey- by Mrs. Hardy and were served Oklahoma in 1942; was called to the
Muse of Lawtey. morning juice appetizers. Following ministry in 1960 and received his
'B'JIIII__ 'Rr2 m The bride-elect is a graduate of the Theresa Ilollingsworth a meeting and greeting social periodof pastors certificate from Tulsa Bible
Mr.*Mr.Johnny Cowart,III University of North Florida with a time, the guests were served at a Institute. He also has a BA in
B.S. degree in Elementary Education Frederick JohnsonTo U-shaped table, which was covered Sociology, BS in Education and is
and is employed with the Clay Wed June 2 with lace tea cloths. Fresh blossomsof currently working toward his
Penny Brown John Cowart III County School Board. spring flowers in bud vases were masters In Guidance and Counsell
The future bridegroom graduated Robert D. Hollingsworth of Fair- placed at intervals along the dining ing.He
Wed April 21 in Home from Santa Fe Community Collegeand born Ohio and Opal Y. Holl tables: pastored in several churches in
CeremonyPenny has been accepted into the ingsworth of Starke announce the Seated at the head table with the Oklahoma and two in Florida. For
Southern College of Optometry at engagement and Teresa guest of honor were her mother, the past seven years, he has
Ann Brown of Starke,daughter of Tommy Brown of Alachua and Memphis, Tennessee, where he will riage of their daughter Mrs. Marty Barry, her aunt, Mrs. pastored at Santa Fe Baptist Churchin
Mrs. Janet Brown of Maryland and John J. Cowart, III, son of Mr. and be attending in the fall. Hollingsworth, to Frederick Daniel Kay Williams of Tallahassee; and LaCrosse.He is presently working
Mrs. John J. Cowart, Jr., all of Starke were united in marriage at the The wedding is planned for Satur- Johnson, son of Frederick Johnsonof Mrs.'Gilbert Goldwire. Out-of-town with the Bradford County School
home of the grooms parents April 21 at 4 p.m. day. July 21, at 7 p.m. at the First Hampton ''and Gladice Marie guests sharIng this memorable time Board,teaching math and science at
Rev. Grayson McNeill performed the ceremony under the bamboo Baptist Church of Starke Melton of Starke. with Miss Barry were her aunts Mrs. Bradford-Union Vo Tech Center in
palm archway on the duck of the home. The wedding ceremony Is scheduled Katherine Barry of Newberry and Starke.
Mrs. AtterMae Mattox provided the musical accompaniment for the Gwendolyn Cuffee for June 2 at First Christian Mrs. Mildred Paterson of Penn Bro. Twist lives in Worthington
ceremony.Given Michael D. TaylorTo Church of Starke. sylvania; sister-in-law Mrs. Shellie Springs with his wife, Sharon, and
In marriage by her brother Thomas T. Brown of Alachua, the The bride-elect is a graduate of Barry of Orange Park; Mrs. Candi their four children, Todd Dawn,
bride wore an off-white lace tea-length gown with long lace sleeves, ac- Wed May 26 Dunbar High School, Dayton Ohio Adkinson and Mrs. Francis Hutchinson Gail and Ty.Morlan .
cented with three bows down the back of the flare lace shirt over satin. Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Cuffee, Sr. and is a photographer.The of Jacksonville; Mrs. Ann and / Road Baptist Church cor .:.
The bride carried pink roses,white daisies with small mauve roses intertwined of Starke announce the upcoming groom-to-be attended Brad Miss Jana Godwin, and Mrs Joan dially invites everyone to attend and
with string of pearl and baby's breath, complemented with white marriage of their daughter, Gwen- ford High School.Langley McKinney of Gainesville. Thirty- meet and greet their new church
satin ribbon.Her headdress consisted of an off-white hat with white roses dolyn Cuffee, to Michael Dennis three guests were invited to share family.
to match the dress adornments. Taylor, of Daytona Beach. StilwellEngagement this occasion with the honoree. Homecoming Set
The bride was attended by the sister of the groom. Deborah Lynn The wedding is set for Saturday, Set Miss Barry and her mother were
Cowart, as maid of honor. She wore a pink and white satin tea length May 26,at 4 p.m.at Mt.Carmel Mis- pinned with orchid corsages upon At Madison Street
gown with floral pattern, accented with baby's breath worn in her hair. sionary Baptist Church, 703 Cypress Mr. and Mrs.James G.Langley of their arrival 'and the honoree was Baptist Church
She carried pink roses and white daisies interspersed with baby's breath. Street, Daytona Beach. Apopka announce the engagementand presented with a bridal gift as a
Morgan Cowart and Jessica Woods were flower girls, joined by Jean Miss Cuffee completed high schoolat approaching marriage of their memento of the occasion.Community Madison Street Baptist Church
daughter Donna Michelle Langley cordially invites the community to
Woods,Jr. as ring bearer.
Bradford High School In 1976. She
John J. Cowart,Jr.,father of the groom,attended his son as best man. furthered her education at Santa Fe to Michael Nolan Stilwell,son of Mr. Newsby day their, homecoming festivities Sun
A wedding reception was held at the home of the groom's parents. Community College and receivedher and Mrs. Lloyd R. Stilwell of Mayo.
Former
Elisabeth Walker Madison Street
Graham. pastor,
Country/Western music was provided by The Southern Connection.The .
A.A. She relocated
degree. to Denton
bride's table was covered with a white lace tablecloth with pink rib- Daytona Beach and Donna is a 1987 graduate of Brad There will be a Gospel Mania held Sumrall, will be guest
completed a speaker.
bons and pink roses centered by a three-tier wedding cake in white pink four year degree at Bethune ford High School and is now May 12 at Greater Allen Chapel Activities include Bible
and mauve coloring. Punch was served from the punch table, presidedover Cookman College, receiving her employed by Florida Federal in A.M.E. Church, 748 Pine Street. 9:45: a.m. morning study at at
by Mrs. Shirley Gaskins and Emily Tew and accented by pink and B.A.degree in Education.She is now Starke.Bradford Michael a 1988 graduate of Rev. Torrance Robinson, pastor. a.m., followed by worship dmner-on-the-11
mauve roses. High School and is Church will be held all day. Good
working as a Program Specialist for grounds, with at
evening worship 7
Mrs. Liz Cowart and Mrs. JoAnn Estes cut the cake and served to the Developmentally Delayed People. Graham.employed by Stilwell Farms in singing, good food. Come to church. p.m. Everyone is Invited to attend.

attending guests. Relatives and friends of the
coupleare
Mrs. Betty Cowart cut the groom's cake. Mrs. Bonnie Landry invited to attend. An October 27 wedding date has "" Gospel SingAt

videotaped the wedding; Mrs.'Jessie O'Connell and Lort Whitney served ......:::.; --:...-.......,.. = .. .:'..,'''.''".." .''.'.-',..been._....-set.h ........-........_.-_..-................-...-.- Weddings PortraitsP'tii4 Brooker First

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gospel sing, starting at 7 p.m.
? Victory Baptist Church \ \J..te1JII..51"f? ?{1'e& Featured singers will be The

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Parties Honor" Bride-Elect Donna MoodyDonna School Menus May7-Mayll

Kitchen Shower -- Bradford Elem.&Middle School Coke, BiHuulU, Milk
Moody guests upon their arrival. TIU'IIHI' >AV: Pork rally on Bun.French Fries,
For Donna Moody Family and friends participated in TUESDAY MONDAY Managtrt Choice Day. Green Boons Fruit Jclln.Milk.
Shower Honoree the opening of the gifts during the Potatos'Turnip Hamburger Greens,Chocolate. Gravy' Bride-elect of Len Eaves, Donna .MUk.WltDNK8DAY. A-la-Carte:
hours.A
The home of John Arthur party
country Moody, was honored at a kitchen Plg-I..The-Blankfll. Baked MONDAY: Hamburgers, French Prle,
and Barbara Reddish was the set silk arrangement federal blue Beans. ,-. -
shower at the home of Cabbage Slaw.Fruit Jello Milk. Milkshakes Pizza CormluiuTUKHUAYi -.: -::: -'
ting April 26 for a miscellenous April 19 and mauve flowers used to decoratethe TI'URBDA' ,Friechrucken.; RIce 6 Gravy Buttered : French Fries Pizza, Milkshakes
bridal shower honoring Donna Laurie Mullins on Road 100 Smith. refreshment table, and a BarQue Gn Peas.Fruit Cup,Hot Rolls Milk.f forming,CheeapburiicrsWKDNtHIMViChcMoburgm: Historians say the word "Yankee"
Donna was presented a corsage ot Fit WAY' Manal..ChoI... ; ; Plua, French meaning an American comes from
Moody. grill were given as gifts from Bradford High School Fries,Mlllwhakei.CorndoR
Guests were invited to the family silk flowers and measuring spoons TIIUKHI Y:AYChMieburfi, Pizza French the Dutch word for pirate,which the
the hostesses, Ruth Johns, Oleeta MONDAY
Manager'Choice Day. .
which Fries O
she J
including wore as she greeted TUESDAY, Cbrndog.PKII settlers In New Amsterdam (now
room where Donna opened gifts. Beef-A-Honi
Hardenbrook, Joyce Thompson, Garden Salad >AVCheeieburgera, french fries
a serving bowl to her chosen guests. Norma Thompson Lucile Godwin, Peaches Peanut Butter Cookie Hot Rolla Milk. fUktthukes,hamburgers' ,corndofta New York) applied to their shrewd
china hostesses.pattern, a gift from the refreshments A lovely array were of served delicious the Lila Rae Yawn and Laurie Mullins. Potatoes WEDNESDAY 4 Gravy.Fried Turnip Chicken Groans,,Chocolate Mashed salad Each bar day or students a.la-<:arle.have: a choice of a hot lunch, New England neighbors.

Refreshments were served from
the dining table which was covered a
with an embroidered linen cloth.

grandmother Special guests and sister included of the mother Moody Holly Farms Small &

to-be, Jeanne Moody, Beulah I .5- I
and Debbie Moody; and mother
grandmother and sisters of the prospective / Family Pack Split
groom Carolyn Eaves,
Bernadine Early, Andrea 1 t Ii'
Water-house and Carmen Eaves.
Hostesses for the occasion were : CHICKENBREASTS
Linda Alday, Mary Lou Redding, _
Barbara Reddish and Josie _
Williams. _

Hampton llilites 1

:Mi-Els! Wins PrizeCongratulations F _
to Susie and Lb.
Virgil Walker for being awarded se- _i I '

Bradford in booth display at the ) _
County Fair. Through __
SUN. MON. TUES. WED. THUll. fill. SAT.
photos mounted on attractive
posters and taped videos they 30123.5
presented activities of their retire- -.-

ment center.Gainesville.Sun Covers CookoutOn Prices In this ad good Monday, Fresh Semi-Boneless Whole

April 29.Jim and Heidi Mitzell April 30 thru Sunday May 6, 1990. LAMB LEGS. . . Lb. 2.99
hosted a cookout at their HamptonVilla
home for family members and
friends. The Gainesville Sun -J
reporter covering this activity plansto U
publish this event in the June 3
edition. This article is to appear in eq CAS ekes if tpr
the Self Portrait of North Central / 1.
Florida section.This is meant to por-
tray the enjoyment of living in this UntrY '

area. 1 .
Visitors Leave... (
Gerald and Melody Meng have I'I'
returned to their Truckee California FfEAsrde
home following a week's visit with
relatives and friends. Besides family -
reunions and a trip to Silver Spr-
ings, they witnessed the Discovery TE--'
launch and visited Disney World. ,
They also spent time with the Jim-
my Gissy family Michael Cissy and
Philip Brown, Gerald's classmatesfrom YELLOW
BHS.
Youth Revival.! ..
On May 4, 5 & 6, a Youth Revival Uoaf
will be held a the Hampton Baptist CORN
Church beginning at 7 p.m. Jeff
Hawks, Travis Hawks and Kevin Lb.
7 Oz.
Culler of Mt. Airy, N.C. will conductthe Nacho "Your Choice"BRAVOSITRIANGLES
revival services. The church is
located on SR 18 between Hamptonand U
US 301. Fresh Green Onions/ I

SchoolKindergarten Registration: Official 1 Lb. Package Of 5/994' !

registration will be held from 7 ;. Zesty Red Radishes/
to 11 at the school. Orientation of
kindergartners will be held on Tuesday Long Green Slicing
May 8, at 7 p.m. Parents with Y
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children five of CucumbersLargeBeirPdppers/
years age on or ,.
before Sept. 1 are invited to get ac- r XUSDA- "' \ r f tAll \ C 1 .II
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quainted that evening. Among re- m nee' fu vnr
quirements are birth certificates, ChoiceiBeef + JSE '
proof of immunization, evidence of Varieties 16 0*. O 1Cfl
physical exam, and registrationforms. La Famous ** fV; "

Friday. Bar-B-Que Boneless, ) Tortilla. 1.69 Value I EJi -

The Spring Bar-B-Que chicken
dinner will be held on Friday,May 4,
at the school.Baked beans,cole slaw HUCK
and beverage will accompany the C
chicken for a donation of $$3.50.!' with | Milwaukee's Head Snow White
takeouts available. Fresh Z Liter. Diet Coke, Caffeine Free
strawberry shortcake will be on sale M Coke
for dessert lovers! Serving will : ROAST & Milwaukee's cOK'e CAULIFLOWER
begin at 4 p.m. and conclude at 7 ))1\\ CLASSIC )

Best Light Lb. Fresh GreenASPARAGUS


p.m.SES News... $18 8 ( 12/6 pk cn. 9 10 e:

Dates to Remember: May 7 & 8: Lb
Book Fair sponsored by the P.T.O.at 1 $479 W
the P.T.O. Building.
May 7-11: "JUST SAY NO"Week. 2 Liter Sprite,
Please remember that report Diet Sprite .. .. .. 1.09
cards went home Tuesday, May 1. / \ 990
School Class Pictures: Have been
sent home. To buy: this valuable \
memento of your childs school year,
please send proper payment to the .
school office. Checks should be 4r1iI1IivHI' : /
made out to Starke Elementary
School. Please send the payment of
return the class pictures to the
school office no later than Friday, .

May.11.PE. The 8'Oz. Elbow Macaroni/! 4 Oz: Pieces & Stems 11.75 Oz. Chicken WNegetables16 Oz. Breakstone's Low Fat
Department: following
Reg. Or Thin SpaghettiMUELLER'S 10.25 Oz.
Lasagna W/Meat Frozen
dates have been set for the First An- FOOD LION MUSHROOMS'
nual Field Day: May 16,K-2 grades; PASTA LEAN CUISINE. !: ENTREES COTTAGE CHEESE
May 25, 3-5 grades. We need
volunteers! Please contact Coach I 209 Is!
Prevatt or Coach Trieste if you could le Cuisine
help out! 3/$1/ f Mueller $229 ,,1.-_ j 99y
Fourth Grade "Cats" Class: "We elbawa. ".... ....- ,
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Are The Children" Talent Show. I' -
Dancing, singing, rhymes and ring- rEI *
ing, Starke Elementary School L:1'; : i* *3i&
Talent Show had great meaning.
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They had talent, they had spirit, the .
entire show has great lyrics.We hada 14.5 Oz. Reg./No Salt
blast and fantastic was the entire 32 Oz. JFG ...JJ!_ .... Hunt Whole PeeledTOMATOES 28 Oz. Frozen Banquet 16 Oz. Sealtest I
cast. The children soared, the au
dience roared. It was a brainstormwe SALAD DRESSING FRIED CHICKEN SOUR CREAM -
all carried out just thinking 8
about it makes us all give a shout for =
Starke Elementary; it's1 kids we're Q l'nttKJiKtovif --
all about. We Are The Children 79e Hynt> _
0: \
OFOh& ,
Entertainment Show was a great 2/99e/ : U%JRCI >Oi-
success. The students from Grades :& CC?
K-5 performed. The Student Council
organized the program with the helpof ,
Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Thomas. LaJI
Everyone worked very hard and the
final product was great! 2 Oz. 40 Off 7.6 Oz.
Regular/Lemon- 5 Lb. Plain/Self-Rising( Frozen Cheese/
Bradford
Kindergarten County Schools Registration Kindergarten: n' Lime Liquid Dish DetergentPALMOLIVE I GOLD I IEDALPILLSBURYCombinationHamburgerPepperoni

registration will be the week of May RED BAND FLOUR JENO'S -
PIZZA
7-11 at the appropriate schools. ,-
j Students are eligible for F \ _
kindergarten if they are five (5) JENO*
years of age on or before Sept. L
To complete registration processparents $119 i.i 99o tOmmTmTrl 99e:
need to provide the school FLOUR -.L

with of immunizations the items,birth,certificate and. evidence,proof of 1 ': 1 1id *:&

Parents are urged to being the
registration process of eligible
children the week of May 7. If there

are Lee any at 9644800.questions please call Robin tfierr j$ &$$$$ t nWwertevW'loctie&ftttiyouiDeerfoot 0 '

Note from P.T.O. Volunteers .
Needed for Book Fair I May 3.4,7.8. Village Shopping Center U.S. 301 South
8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.Call Mrs. Unda
Wilkinson, 964-7670 or SES, 9644800,
Ext. 64.




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THE ESTATE: All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT on. ((1)) 1977 Homemade Trailer Serial HO 110

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. No. FLT3416 P; on. (1) 1977 Homemade extra phone. 'IV Centel today.
administration of the Estate of JAMES T. Publication of this Notice has begunon Trailer Serial No. FLT3413P: and on.((1))
CARVER deceased. File Numb.r May 3, 1990. 1978 Homemade Trailer Serial No.

90-21-CP 1-4133 I I.pending In the Circuit CLARA FAYE HAZEN FLT3419P.

Court for Bradford County Florida Pro. P.O. Box 538 at public sale, to the highest bidder INSTALL AN ENTIRE
bale Division the address of which I I. lake Butler.FL 3205A for cosh. 'In the lobby of the Bradford

Post Office Drawer B, Stark., Florida JONATHAN F. Personal Representative County Courthouse, 'In Starke, Florida
32091. The Personal Representative of P.O. Box 1260Gainesville WERSHOW Esquire at 11:00: a m., on the 24th day of May

the Estate I PHYLLIS Y. CARVER whose Florida 32602 1990.WITNESS
address I I. Rout. 1. Box 863 Stark., ((904)) 378-2541 my hand and official seal I this
Florida 32091 Th. name and address of Florida Bar No. 144630 24th day of April. 1990. COMMUNICATIONSSYSTEM.

the Personal Representative' attorney Attorney for PersonalRepresentative RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
or. a* set forth below. 5/03 2tchg 3/10
All persons having claim or demand Control No.470 By: Tasher Allen Dep.Clerk
against the Estate are required WITHIN Fred H. Kent III

, THREE ((3)) MONTHS FROM THE DATE NOTICE Florida Bar No. 327042
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Kent Ridge 8 Crawford

NOTICE to file with the cl.rk of the Th. following applications will be 225 Wat.r Street Suit. 900 .
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
above court a written statement of
any written the month of 1990
during May :
claim or d.mand th.y may have. Each (a) Stat.Compen tory Education Program ((904)) 358-1000 ,/?4tchfl 5/24
claim must be In writing and must Indicate Attorney for Plaintiff

the basis for the claim the name (b) Chapter 2 Program NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
and address of the creditor or his agentor (c) Title II ProgramIf REGISTER
CENIELWHERE
attorney and the amount claimed. If
you hove a suggestions)for any of FICTITIOUS NAME
the claim Is not yet du., th.date when It these would '.
applications you please Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida .
will b.com. due shall be stated.. If the .
contact Th. Bradford School Board Office
Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the
claim I. contingent or unliquidated the 582 North Temple Av.nu., Starke, t ,
underilgned. Barney Myra Morgan PEOPLE CONNECT
nature of the shall b...taled.It .
uncertainty Fl 32091. Phon. Ext. 33.ltchgS03.
((904)) 964-6800 7833 S. Lawrence Blvd., K.yston.H.ights .
the claim Is secured., the security shall CALL US AT 964-9066
FL 32636 doing
joint owners
b. described Th. claimant shall deliver ,
business und. the firm name ofGRANDPA'S
sufficient copies of th.claim to the clerk
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SUBS 105 Unit A. Edwards
to .nobl. the clerk to mail on. to
copy COURT IN AND FOR
Rood Stark, FL 32091 Intend to
each personal representative. BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA
register said fictitious name under the
All person Interested In th. Estate to Civil
DepartmentCASE aforesaid statute.
whom of this Notice of Administration
a

copy NO:90-221-CA Dated. this 20th day of April A.D.,
has b..n mailed are required IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
: 1990, In Bradford County.
WITHIN THREE ((3)) MONTHS
JEFFREY H. SCHAFER 1/264tpd S/17;Control No.463
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION Husband

OF THIS NOTICE to file any objections and

they may hove that challenges the DIANA SCHAFER !O' .. "
validity of ...........,....nt'. will, th. Wife. -.*.- -' -- Cox ApCsjice lAir CI" IioI' .' : ," .,.
of .....Personal Representative .'" ',. .'.
qualifications NOTICE OF SUIT & C' ::i I .h II "
or the venue or jurisdiction of the TO: DIANA SCHAFER Residence
court. Unknown. Conditioning

ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Service f yf yfs
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER for Dissolution of Marriage and

BARRED. Oth.r Relief has been filed against you
Date of th. First Publication of this and you are required to serve a copy of
Notice of Administration: April 26. 1990. your written defenses It, If any on the
PHYLLIS Y.CARVERAs Plaintiff's attorney who.name and address

Personal Representative I I.:
of th.Estate of WM. A. BESSENT III, ESQUIRE ;s..vlyk1

JAMES T.CARVER deceased. WM. A. BESSENT III, CHARTERED
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL 403 West Georgia Street p.O. Box
REPRESENTATIVE: 1056
ARMANDO R. PAYAS. Esq. Starke. FL 32091 A

Parker Johnson Owen McGuIre (904) 964.7262
Mlchaud Lang Kruppenbacher P.A. and file the original with the clerk of j-I

1300 Barnett Plaza the above-styled court on or before 28

201 South Orang. Av.nu. May A.D.. 1990: otherwise, a judge
Post Office Box 2867 ment may be entered against you for the
Jo*Cote, friendly repairman.Cat
Orlando Florida 32802 r.lI.f demanded. In the Complaint or him today your for any appkanc repafc

((407) 423-4910 Petition. Service & Repair on:
4/26 2tchg 5/03 WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on April 27, A.D., 1990. a At Major Appliance
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH RAY NORMAN .AY Cw>cO Honing a BeWgeratton

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Clerk of Said Court Elect.lcd

BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA By: Tasher Allen. Deputy Clerk ::964., 7462 '
CASENO.:90179CCCOMMUNITY 5/03 A'chg5/2A; .
STATE BANK Control No.468 Lie RA 0046994. ER 0007578
OF STARKE

Plaintiff REPORT OF CONDITION
vs.
CHERYL D. BLIZZARD and Consolidating domestic aabeldlariea of the FIRST RATIONAL' BANK OF i <
BRADFORD COUNTY of STARKE In the atats of Florida at the)doe of v t / >1_F g,
CHERYL L. GRIFFIS
hnalneaa on Much SO. 199O published la mpone* to sill ..... ky z fy = h

D.f.ndants.NOTICE OF SUIT Comptroller of the Canea.".. under UU 12. United State Cod. a
NO PROPERTYTO Section 1O1. Charter umber 32008 Comptroller of the Currency *
Miami District.
: CHERYL D. BLIZZARD
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU Statement of Resource and LUbUltle

ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action ASSETS 1h .4.4s efesUsis
Cuk sdi WbM 4tM frm.\. wtt.iy Irtlt.w t
for damage has been filed. againstyou w..l.t.n.ab r -....e..ns y........._--------- srs IlL
and you are required to serve a copy 1st.a.t.bIy Wniultta : _
_______ ____ ___ _____.1,7** $
If *
of your written defenses. any to It, on r_..... the plaintiff attorney whose name and 'wbs.4-..ap..:.st.is-.II f re
L.au sad IMM Oa a >
address I : !.-......!__..'tf-!*..__ ----0.
JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. L>ei JUtewum br Iwa u4 IMM!- __ s .
R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. ...... AU_t.4 trauhr ibk i.____-_____-*-..__..0a. t' i+
Johnny .-a....4!_...._t.f iAMrtl ...r..4__aII_s.d_.__- (111I rb{ ,
P.O. Box 938 k.14 la....u.c___to 4 fpS
...__....1Iao._.(l sl.4I... ...1ouooI) _____ ..M0th.
Starke, Florida 32091 ..-1_...._. ._____.__-_..........--.-.________. 4za
and file the original with the Clerk of __"'!.la un..Ud.t.4 saWMIutM mmt_...._rs...hsr_ ..0eua. -
........' .. ... .. ....
the above-styled' court on or before I..bl._liability to Ibis kuh M*
Monday. May 28 1990: otherwise oudg.m.nt .... ... ... .. 4O
or
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be entered against you bas :::::: = ===...:=---==:..==-.--. SWMaT84
( may .4.am.a r..rs't is Is oi.C.Bias( o-
for the r.lI.f demanded In the Com =*M.U we.U..4sr.4 pussisM te ia vjt.0. iau(<(g ..

plaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of sold LIABILITIES

court on this 23rd day of April 1990. D.p aaKalat .

RAY NORMAN .I Ie et-b_.._.t __ .--. ..- __173.Y. 1? .i +t n t
Clerk of the Court ...._t-W.il>* s
rsd.sl rssd.p.w b..d __....__._._. .
By: Cynthia Berry Deputy Clerk M.ueltl.s..14 si., ...__11. rep Mse.- -...._______ ...- h : .
A/26Atchg 5/17 0._.e tM SM_d t.tk4 U'".TKOtk .... I I
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NOTICE OF INTENTION iW..rdist.4 ast.-.1-: -. ... .-.-.--.----.-. --+--.- ::

TO REGISTER .l l U.lUkUUULT Ult..*.-. ...
FICTITIOUS NAME Umtt" .4-Uf.penned stasis*mt.......s..pts ..
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
Statute, notke I I. hereby given that the EQUITY CAPITAL
undersigned., Erlee J. lone, 1525 E. Call ...,...... ptst Ind stasis ssd t&.1a4....1_ _____' ..5C..a.

St.. Starfce. Fl 32091 and N. eric Starl- w....stash..__...._......___.___ __ .1 1'e.: :
301 South Lawt.y. Fl 37038 sad.epltl
ing Hwy f:1
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under the .r-.It. l..a s.=....q.iy.ss ..
lolnt owners, doing business .stUt.a1.d f
firm name of BRITANNY STARR DESKTOP .....'..:J::._t.1i...0. ipal. ._T------ 4111
Taut e.'n,._pU t sad'-ddwwd.sassd to ......0. .....:.-- .5TatsI .
GRAPHICS. Hwy 301 South. lowtey. Fl U..WII11I.. fnfcin4....*, .My........555 Yr.s .
32058. Intend to register said fictitious d.t wd nnvmat te la O J.O. lea SOI 4 704

name under the aforesaid statute. W-k

Dated this. 11 day of May A.D., 1990.In .
Bradford County. 1 ,m 11, 1Ihodon._ .,

9/03 4tpd 3/24 w..s.s,...rs..s*._s war r..s_ _..e1s..r..n.d.waa.s5..s ytce 'r..1 / .r t .
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will hold. -
Ron Denmark Mini-Storage -terD.
public auction of:
Bin Number 31. belonging l to Yolanda Het

Well _
Sale will take place' at 2117 North 12

Temple Avenye. Storke. FL 32091. on
Saturday. May 3. 1990. at 9:00 a.m.1tcr.gS03'Cont.No.469. :::;. 1990

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jest any and all bids. ,.
OF BRADFORD COUNTY TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A. Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr P.A.
I Board Maxle of Carter,Jr..Chairman BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Attorney for Wlf. '. r M+fr> ')' \ P.Ot Box 938 ?. .
1 Legal Notices] County Commissioners Byi. Jim Duncan Superintendent Post Office Box 40 ...' ... Slarke, Florida 32091 *.
4/26 Slar...Florida 4/26 2tchg 5/03 Starke. Florida 32091.0040 < "h.i,..' end file the original with the Clerk of
2lchg 5/03 ((904)) 961.8272'y i' the before
i ., above-styled' court on or May
Cont. No. IN THE CIRCUIT ;
466
OF THE
P.O. COURT
: No.3948 '
i \ Florida Bar Number: 0289612 ,. 16,'1990, otherwise a judgement may be
., EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANC '
4/194tchgS/10 I
4 entered against you for the relief
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 16. 1990:: otherwise a (judgement may be NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDACASE Control No.439 I I .demanded In the Complaint. .

REGISTER entered against you for the relief REGISTER IN RE'iTh. NO. 90-175-O IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH -" WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold
FICTITIOUS NAME demanded In the Complaint. FICTITIOUS NAME : Marriage of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Court on this 4th day of April 1990. .
Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida I WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Pursuant to Section 865.." Florida GRANVILLE Hu.band.and BERNARD JOHNSON" BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA .
Statutes, notice It hereby given that the, Court on this 4th day of April 1990. Statutes, notice It hereby given that the CASE NO: 90-166-CA RAY Clerk NORMAN of Court
undersigned. Gerald C. o.'ef' _. Rt. 2 t RAY NORMAN undersigned len Thompson 2021 N.E. .COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Box 920 (S.E. 63rd Circle) Keystone), Clark of Court 26m- St.. Ocala Fl 32670 sole owner, Wife.LISA KATHLEEN JOHNSON; OF STARKE By: Marie Dyal Deputy Clerk4124tchg503

Heights, Fl 32656 sole owner, doing I By:Marie Dyal Deputy Clerk doing business under the firm name of Plaintiff '
ACTIONTO No39:
NOTICE OF Contra
business under the firm of EDUCATIONAL L.A. ENTERPRISES : _
name) 4l24tchg503Control 1250 S. Walnut 5'., vs. *
CONSULTANT SERVICES. P.O. No.438 Star..., Fl 32091 Intends to register sold : GRANVILLE BERNARD JOHNSON. JACKIE B. RIVERS .
603 N.E. 4th .
Avenue "D" .
Bon 1308 Keystone Height. FL 33656. fictitious name under the aforesaid Apt. ,Defendant.
Gainesville, FloldaYOU
NOTICE
Intend to register said fictitious nameunder statute. ARE NOTICE OF;SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO '
INVITATION TO BID HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action Check
the aforesaid Dated this 24th day of April, A.D.. the
statute.Dated that for dissolution of : 'JACKIE B. RIV'RS. ADDRESS .
Notice Is hereby given the Boardof 1990. In Bradford marriage and
this 16th of A.D.. County. UNKNOWN.
day April.
County Commissioners of Bradford other relief has been filed against you In
1990 In Bradford County. County Florida will accept bids for 4/26 4tpd 5/17 the above-styled Court and you are required YOU AK"i HEREBY; NOTIFIED that an action ;-
4/194lpd5/IO equipment and labor to construct SURFACE to serve a copy of your written for damages has been filed egolnit Classifieds!
WATER MANAGEMENT FACILITIESat SECTION 00020 00020-1 defenses If any to It, on TERENCE: M. you and you ore required to serve a copy
the Bradford County Landfill.It Bid No.0-0514-1 BROWN ESQUIRE. Terence M. Brown of your written defenses, if any to It, on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Is the Intention of the Board of County INVITATION TO BID P.A., Post Office Box 40 Starker, Florida the plaintiff's attorney whose name and
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Commissioners to use as much County Sealed bids will be received by the 32091-0040. on or before the 21st day of address is: Come
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA labor and equipment as possible In the Bradford County School Board,582 North May 1990 and file the original with the JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR.CHURCH Worship With Us
CASE NO:9O-157-CC construction of the surface water Temple Avenue Slarke, Florida 32091 Clerk STARKB
COMMUNITY STATE BANK. management facilities but needs until: on the above-named attorney or Immediately : Corner of
OF STARKE. assistance of additional equipment LOCAL TIME: 6 PM DAY OF WEEK: thereafter otherwise a Pratt and Christian

Plaintiff, operators skilled laborers, and supervisors Monday DATE: May 14, 1990 and immediately default will be entered against you for .OF GOD [Sun. School. 9:45 am
vs. to construct the facilities to the thereafter publicly opened the relief demanded In the Petition. 422 N.St.Clair 9M-5443 Sun. Morning Worship 11.-00
.
TAMARA L. MOODY and specific construction plans designed by read aloud and recorded In the Conference WITNESS my hand and official seal of John SprotUn. Pastor Sun. Evening Service 7:00 am i
PATRICIA MOODY Darobl i Associates, Inc. Therefore, the Room of the School Board this Court on the 11th day of April 1990. w+tr invite you to worship( wtthM Wed.Night Service pm !
7:30
Defendants. Board wishes to let a bid for equipmentand Building for the following RAY NORMAN Attended Nursery pm

NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO labor on an hourly basis to quallfed RE: lawtey Elementary School Park Clerk of the Court I Sunday School ___?___. to am Pastor'Ronald Hannah
: TAMARA L. MOODY. RESIDENCE persons) or parties to fulfill this obJec- ing and Drives ByTosher: Allen Dep. Clerk Morning Woohlp .__?_?..... 11 sm Asst. Pastor.
UNKNOWN.YOU BID NUMBER: 0-0314-1 TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE Evening Service ?.,,_.__.___. 6pmW John Leshuk
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action tive.Any and every Interested persons( ) or Specifications and/or bid forms may dn. d.y Youth ._ .__ _..." 7.30 pm Proclaiming The Bloat( ,The Book Biased Hope
for damages has .been filed against parties shall review the construction be examined at the Bradford County
you and you or.required to serve a copy plans a* referred to above and prepare School Board 582 North Temple
of your written defenses If any to it.on a list of equipment needed to do every Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 and may
the plaintiff attorney whose name and aspect of the construction stating make, be obtained at the same location for a 11tvt1 .C1 I ( IR
address Is: model size, and the rate per hour that $20.00 non-refundable deposit. The & 1ell'
JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. Include fuel Insurance, and operator. estimated construction cent of this project
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.. P.A. Further, a list of man labor .hall be Is In the range of (
P.O. Box 938 prepared Hating skills, duties, positionand $30.000.00.$35.000.00.Th. .
Starke, Florida 32091 rote of pay per hour. Construction Documents may be
and file the original with the Clerk of The bidder shall provide hourly rates examined, but not obtained at: 1 ;
the above-styled court on or before May for the following of minimum equipment CONSTRUCTION BULLETIN P.O. Box .
16 1990, otherwise a (judgement may be and personnel: 803.Orange Pork FL 32067 Phone: ((904))
entered against you for the relief EQUIPMENT: Backhoe (crawler type); 388.0336 orMIDSTATE
demanded In the Complaint. Pan (earthmover); Motorgrader; BUILDERS EXCHANGE. ro)
WITNESS my hand and the seal I of sold Bulldozer andPERSONNEL 1217 N.W. 16th Avenue. Gainesville, Fl "ishinglon.D.C.( .
Court on this 4th day of April. 1990. : Laborer; Foreman/Field 32061. Phone ((904)) 3750615. .' '.
RAY NORMAN Supervisor; Cement Finisher and Pipe Bid security: in the form of a Bid Bond tiwas./w:/; 7.I,1Wh' /'KI r-hY/ h.'Jr/.Ik/ //,1'1. r",/ply''r
Clerk' of Court Layer. executed by the Bidder and a qualified /' ... r""/W'N'Y
By: Marie Dyal. Deputy Clerk Furthermore, everyone who submits a surety or a certified or cashier's checkon //irnRttT. RATIONAL' SANK or inAnrouD COUNTY -
4124tchgS03Control bid shall describe their qualifications any national or state hank In the
No. 440 and experience In constructing surface amount specified In the specificationsmade ;;;'ky//I STAKa .r% kMRIDA h inw k//lh-n1'J

water and/or stormwater management payable to the Bradford County /}/' /j' / /A'f
./
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH facilities. Specific jobs shall be lilted School Board must accompany each bid 7(1'1/ ;, "..(r/I",",I HTt''o"W:/',,".. nwp"r"/"": I/,'" /' "/('I'N' /i/i//irrr/,
stating a contact person and telephonenumber a. guarantee that the Bidder will not 7..I'r ? "
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR / / :/ / /A. .... '
withdraw from '/, / ) /J / '
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA for whom the work was done. the competition after (1'//1.1..111'.11'1" I' /'Nr.J.J'7" "", ,/ yKJ", /',,,Puh'N'Y/ .
"Y t. I.H'ykw.
CASE NO: 9O-165.CA Sealed bids may be submitted to the opening the bids, and In the event the ..
STATE office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court by contract Is awarded to the Bidder h.will Noto.thrrcforo. / .
OF COMMUNITY STARKE. BANK depositing same with Mr. Roy Norman within ten ((10)) days after receiving ?r1. y r'1'rf'"t: ;(,h'.I:". NON /:JI""';' ;).I md ",;/

Plaintiff, Clerk, at his office, P.O. Drawer B, same execute the contract and furnish 4Y/////////, d hl.IJ / .
".. Starke, FL 32091. Bradford County Courthouse the required bond falling which the / ,?1'K ,,j,>(In1'wn/-/i4, :: ; /-lfI:' /jj,,,,;,,;,,

CECIL A. STANLEY and Star..., FL anytime prior to 5;00 security shall become the property of '.' '.. .
GLENDA F. STANLEY P.M. on Thursday May 10 1990. No bids the Owner as liquidated damages. .
Defendants. received after such date and time will be All bids must be made en the appropriate '

NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO considered proposal forms, properly executed : ,. '\
: CECIL A. STANLEY and GLENDA F. All bids will be publicly opened by the and placed In an envelope and .' <'II. .
Board of should be marked to the bid "I' '
STANLEY. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.YOU County Commission Bradford Identify and :
County Courthouse then shall be delivered or mailed to 1...:, .
.
Starke. FL .
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action at. 7:30: -.r.>'J.;". ... .
P.M. Thursday, May 10,.1990." Bradford County School Board 582 North ...
for damages has been filed egalnst .I' ; { .fo jn testimonu tohtrcof! 'rM"i ,, ;
: ;
>
All bids will remain for fourteen Temple Avenue Stark.,.Florlda,32Q91. "I.f .1it y''k h'H"///1
and are required la open **" t;. ', : ,
you you serve a .. Jj r
.
copy i" xji wtr '
The ,
Bradford I ''
of (14)) days for study and consideration by County School Board .' ; -" ", / /, J = 'I'J' ft
written
,
If <
defenses.
your to It, on 17,1
any .
the jN/ HMO /:190 I
the plaintiff's attorney, whose name and the Board. Construction plans may be reserves right to reject any or all : :
address Is obtained from Darrell ONeal. County bids, waive Informalities, In any bid .
: Programs Director, Zoning/Building office make the award In part or whole and to ....--.4
JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR.
Starke City Hall. 209 N. Thompson make the award In the best interest of Charter No 220O1BADCOCK P7t
Johnny R. Hobbs Jr.. P.A.
P.O. Box 938 St.. P.O. Box 1148. Starke, FL 32091 the Bradford County School Board. Deputy ';' ;%:"_
904/964.6280. Ext. 212. Award shall be baled on the lowest
Starke, Florida 32091
All bids shall the base bid proposal combined with alternates
guarantee bid price
and file
the original with the Clerk of .
once accepted by the Board.
--
the
above-styled court on or before May
The Board shall reserve the rlaht to re THE SCHOOL BOARD

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Region II Track ChampionshipsFive I


W4,t rum 1)) HooHmr WI......o.......i.....,
Bradford High girls and one all their athletes coming back. 3))Tb...... ....." *)Mlirtm.OV ltM.f7l 4)3loori )
guy qualified for the Region II,Class3A Coach George Loper spent this 1.441..1.15.34.Z 3s
Track Championships today past weekend helping to set up the ,... .... I) Corlo, MM OV ....., I)
.., .ok.t..*Ml I,)Jototo,OP.71.444)
3) at the W.4.I
Thursday, May Universityof 1
( Class 1A and 2A state meets set this ., .
Florida. Friday and Saturday for Bob M. NM moo 14.11.Ten mot I)_.......,......... I303JII I)
Preliminaries begin at 2 p.m. Mosher Track, Showalter Field, In I*..Jo*., OV II.. .*3)...._. Of 13IM.MI 4)
Finals are at 7pm.Sophomore will Id...OHi. 12....,*.
Winter Park. Coach Loper Milo ...... II) o.tl _."' 5)) Vooinoto1
Monika Williams return to Winter Park for the 1A and .,01.12, I) OofeoMto Well 4I3.t"l 4)) 0_
scored 14 points to lead the Tornado 2A state meets this weekend and to 4l '.'7.0
effort,and qualified for the region in plan the 3A and 4A class meet the

three events. Williams won the following weekend May 11-12. .tayotT.om ...ndl'..a.l 1)) O.ln.ivtll.
discus at 105'9'V. was fourth in the Some 40 schools will have OcorfaFor
O.E..lsldo aft 3))
11 1l 2))
uchheli
long jump at 15'2,1, was fourth in the representatives in the Region II-3A North Morion Mt 6))
Ml 4)
shot at SOW, and was fifth in the this Thursday. The Region II competition *t Hi 6)) O.Vwigmrd 14;
Calnvlll High
jump at 33 feet. She is also
triple an is so intense and com- ..
Bradford
alternate on the girls fourth place petitive it almost rivals state meet, 7)

440 relay team of 5314. says Coach Loper. It is actually the ._.

The relay team is Bridget Holder strongest region in the state, Ion Plaid. )IUTIOI 1)) ....., 3mMo, 13 ...."| 3)) l"' -,
Nicole Wanton, Sharri Bass, andArkeva regardless of class, Loper says. MM,1l'7.4"13).Mppy) .a."*'">/<"|.)Wllll....NM, i.- _.

Williams. '0'.-. .,... 'r, 3o kont, AMv s -
Williams Hlh )rumpl 1)) WonW. t 3)) -ii
Arkeva placed fourth in Dint. 5-3A Results: 1.e"l 4)Hoirlng.il OH3.r.r. I
the 100 meters at 13.25 and will go to WH.,om Moruttngtl 1))Vonguord P. 2))O.roroMU Of.01 3ri3)Oloroo.NM_' 1)) drHoro' ....._. Of. I...-' I) Donkk.Ur ...
region.Derrick. 3))O.3udlholE. 4)__vn... High' 41. 1)) (radioed >..oH3 1l>0->3).....,13.llfTl 4))MMor.OH3,
Long, the only boy High It 4))North Morion JJ. 7)) O.....'. 14 1130"
.... UIQIOIHO tooM.OH3 4.'I1-|J)0.1...
qualifier, placed second in the discus th.lint lour plow ouollfy hr *..,.. 2 Clo.. M Of hoi 43'!%"'1 1)3)01........OV,"'."'/10.,4)JokooM,33 !
at 122 feet, his best effort of the of Ul odoy (Thuridry. Moo,3)). .,','*",
season by better than three feet. -.r.1d'i ,n....(...p. I),..,IU,M.M.4TJ"|3))Wl.l_. :;
....... ,,'1\/10.,2))W.....a.4WVI.)M.dk.33 4TJ".
Sanders sixth in the w.. |umpi 1) Co.I. Hill OV. lo7'A" 2)) NM
Tyrone placed .......... .
6.w.. OV lit*"| 3)) .?... NM 10.4"1 4)) Mo."'. ..... v ouHi I)Foul' Oood I3T3 3))DroU.ixhhohi -. .. .... '. ,
.
.. :
hurdles .. .
120 yard high at 15.99. wuiiomo,IMS irr. tVVt)W.nhliigH .OT, II*,4)01. : '
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The 440 relay team of BHS was High' (wnoi I) ,......nd.Henry Of. It"it)...... NM ,.'". '...' .. ,
sixth over-all at 45.92. The team was ......, OV 4'1VI 1)) Morril" OH>. 4'f| 4)) Koornoy, V.u .. .JO.

Scott Duncan, James Davis, Clyde Of 49"Dlieiii. Tack 1..31/.
1)) _''k. Wllllomi' IMP 101".40. 2) .....
DeSue The and boys Tyrone BHS mile Sanders.relay team .'h......."......NM., Of'2'."".'2%-' 9) M''..., II. '.'10.| 4) Id.130yd T7,3).IU M..h.44.Of 13.l 3t I|)3)Omitam. 3lrk.ldn 10.010..,33_13.43|.). Monika\VUlUnu Korea 14 poInU to lead the Tornado effort sad qualify for the region In three erenU. I .

was also sixth at 3:44.12.: The team ..... Oul 1) Jorohoro _..... Or.srr,2))Mlngo.f. Wo 103 11 fr 1)) __.. NM 3l'4"t 4)) McKnlgM. OV. NM,'
Jjh.MK
was Scott Duncan, Bernard 10" :) NoUoo lktioU I3.33 4))

Sanders.Johnson, James Davis and Tyrone OF 311 Trlpk. 143.>".t 3)n)...,.*I.).,.._,,.Of,.ling$3114)' ,I OV) .34..'.7'/0'1, 1.w I)Ooln.. OV. I..Mllo."..., .outMioki...1)3ko..'.4U Uiorio,..71,,_3)) oomord....,....73i.3)ldnlil)Noll.ln ... BHS Hitters ,End Season with 4-3 Loss to Buchholz .

Sophomore Deana Holiday threw 22'.". 1,8.17-) 3whl.....,.../.I*. win.
.. North M.rlni 43 3) In pitcher's dual Bradford High OF's Brian Duffy scored the winningrun the distance for the
25'5'V for sixth 440 roloyl 1))urtooh 43 H 3)) a ,
the shot place. Track ."....., 3))Ocolo P.d..141.32| 4)aotoontHo oMHIdo 43,". played Ocala Forest a tight game as when Bradford second baseman OF was beaten 8-7, despite a six- .
The girls mile relay was also sixthin llOhlgk. kurdlMl I)dydrto Koomoy, Of, 11.'7,1) 440 yd. _h, I) olNilll OlkoM, NM, 4tjil t) the District 5-3A Tournament open- Donnie Francis booted a ground run sixth inning rally including a
4:52.27. The team was Renee Wllllonn.NM...71,2))..*.a.*...Mt 4))HI_. favorite
l.C..., OKI tl.W| 3)) IM 'Y. Of U 73i 4)) "Morfln"" ed at Buchholz High last April 24, but grand slam, by tournament
Monika Williams or 31 j* ball.Chris
Daugherty OV 17.17. ... MpWH.odihoh of the Snow walked, stole second Gainesville High last Thursday, '
lOOMoMntDlooniioJoubl.Of. 13.4tll) oto.. 330 tatanoodlMo hwdU 1) lost 4-3 on a error in the bottom
Holder and Sharri Bass. )
Bridget NM 12.111 2))' <"' _,OV. 13.I7|4))Arkovo Willi...., 3t.40i 1)) Rtakordioo. 33 *OJ4> 3)) Joooo, seventh and was eliminated from and scored on a single by Travis April 26. GHS then rolled to the tour-
The Dist.5-3A girls meet was won Mi, 1311Mil' OMI.40 Mt.)Hullodto, .11.M.U.MO Long for the first Bradford run in the nament title Friday in a 10-0 five-
by Ocala Vanguard with 99 points. I ...h. lIu.... ...hh.... 3>3I.tit 1)Wllllorm. ) ,...",..1))MottkMr Nowkor,3oo lMlt,1 drf.73t the tournament.The win Ocala Vanguard.
sun ) walked over
Bradford was Fifth with 23 points. .oudlhoh. ,.M.n, 2)or') '....OV....t.06, 3)) ......... 3t .....7.1 3)) BH.ndor, Of, ..*..ft, 4) loss ended the BHS baseball top of the fourth. Terry Berry inning
...... .10.10.. C,....., (........3rM.I7. season at 516. stole second, went to third on a
The boys were seventh with eight 4)) .hholl. .,, ....... .. 5.d.b.6. 33.
lAG ford 101".. I) O roroll 4'77| 1)) O.VirifMrdU IN yd 1)) < D ty. It 3)3mlMl ) sacrifice and stole home in the top of
points. Buchholz High of Gainesvillewon .Ml, ') .....h."U.. *ll 4)......d 13.14UO 33 M.Ml 3)Tony MoOM.Of S3. 4|.)Oar The Tornado nine led Forest 3-2 the fifth to tie the game 22. BHS ....
the boys meet with 111 points. Yd Doihi. 1))Corio Mil OV M Of, 2)) _.*. r-A. a.'. 5..46.1 O "
H", ... NM, Two ..ii.rum 1)) HIOIHI 3korto. ouchh.... lOi 03.Itl going into the bottom of the seventh went up 3-2 in th" top of the fifth A..H A..H
OF 1,01.19. 4))
Ngrni
had in the distance OMI 1i01 74t 3)) '
Buchholz depth 9)) 3>hol, CiMhholi. 10.4..41 3) ooroord tuihh.h, when OF's Chris Wilson was walkedby when Travis Long was admitted on ,2b 403 Say d 400
events, going 1,2,3,4 In the mile and ItUIIUO H ,Irrlormoolofo, kurdlMt I) Dobblo I.c:...., 10101.12 4)HoUhigor. tm ,. .. 11.11.10. starting Bradford pitcher Kelly an error by the shortstop, advancedon =.r 310 :. ..Ib 3 I 1MdN..I
Bobcats state Mllo? ....,. I) MwMl Morion 330 73, 3) 1.d4.1. ,4 333 Duffy.2k. 30 1
two mile. The are 1.h4.6."
Wokln'
OM. 44,1 I)tlMoi Sill 41 Ui 3) Wilson advanced to se- sacrifice and scored on an RBI
11.31. 3.24.34, 3)) ......... 2'21.61'4)) roroM tIM. Dyal. OF's a 100...If 3 1 I Ori....cf 3 I 0 1
champs In cross country and have 19.1. 4))lUotolt OV cond on a 4-3 grounder for the first single by Andy Goodowns. 0,01,P 301 Jonklm.rl 30 I
out. Wilson then scored on a double limited OF to .3 hits, 0..d...i.Ik 301 logon.If 30 I
.... tied oust walked 4 In the 7Vi P.44,26 2.1 Hooou,f 300orry
r. '" by OF's Chris Etheridge which struck 5, and > ,rf 11 0 3olur.Jo 300tkoMMd
the game 3-3. inning he worked. OF pitcher .rl I I' Nlikoll' ,dk 310
Terry Berry relieved Dyal with DRRepass held BHS to 4 hits, ._.4.k 130Totolu I
13 3 4 ,...... IS 4 3 :
one out, and walked his first batter. struck rail R, and walked 3 In going
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''tf''i"j. BHS Golfers Round Out Season 8-1O .


of Bradford High and Bishop, and ended up at even par-72. and Michael McKinney both shot 96. t
Link Bishop
"Link played an excellent round of Elder, low medalist for the year .
Kenny Ling of Gainesville High in the
hard time
had putting
the a
golf, especially around greens,
close match for individual -
School a
played district tournament. He had a good
Coach Mike Sexton. "He playeda
honors in the District 4 Golf says
"It disappointing tournament
was a
r April 25 at super round of golf. year. Ito
Tournament played
know he wanted
for David. I
individual and the
Only the top top
s 14'1' Magnolia Point Golf and Country team advance to the state.' do better," said Coach Sexton.
I Club in Green Cove Springs. The district.ends the BHS season
1 s s r1r4nr y "' Gainesville High shot 318 to win
I ,, ,.//4)31131 At ,the turn'; after the front nine,
to } .. Bishop had a 35 to lead Ling by three .ihe-Diatrlct, 4. _ojien.. 4ssificationtournament ; .atS-IOc":Next year' n.the BHS'team will havea
played at Magnolia
shots. On the back side Bishop shot a
Point in Green Cove Springs. Bradford bunch of young golfersMichael f
73. Ling shot 38
38 for a one-over-par McLeod.
finished in place with a McKinney, Stephen
eighth
hot and .
side then got
on the front Murphy, Jimmy Parado
Stephen
birdied the last four holes for a back 344.
shot Ron Zurfluh Evan Douglas. I
side 34 and a .one shot win over David Elder 79.





I 2 BUS Cagers Sign with Local Junior Colleges... .


Two outstanding Bradford High basketball players Shirley Forward Hudson and guard of SUirke.Pedro Carter, right,signed with

signed scholarships with Gainesville and Jacksonville Jacksonville Community College. Carter, the son of

Junior colleges last week.A Juanita Carter of Starke will be used as a MtKE ALIIl
A.C. and
pleased Coach Rolland Cummings center, grins guard. lie averaged 15.6 points and 4 rebounds per :

like a chessy cat. .
left signed with Santa Fe game.Both. at
Center Wendell Hudson, three varsity basketball
Community College where he will be a 8-4 forward. played years I

Hudson averaged 18 points and 6 rebounds per game BUS. tk 2k K * * *

for the Tornado five. Hudson Is the son of Rudolph and


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7 Rt f w 11:30 A.M. KARATE EXHIBITION. .

CHICKEN & RICE
"" LUNCH CHILDRENS GAMES

First Grade Straight-A's at SS... HAMBURGERSPARACHUTE

earning straight-A's for the 4th six- Ryan Marchese, Tatum Thrift Amber Broome, Alison: FACE PAINTING
First graders Michelle Don Thornton. Stephanie ,
Southslde Elementary are Chastain, Key,
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weeks grading period Steinmetz Daniel Harley Jesika Pombler. GAMES HOT DOGS

.(i-r)7 Fitzpatrick, Top row: Robert Johns Aaron Barnett, Krlstophei

pint row: Amanda Jesse Colston.Crawford.Kayla Ang.lla Davis, Jonathan Wanton, Charity Norman, Nicole Herring, Bryan Van., MOON WALK FUNNEL CAKES
Brian Wagner
nil Michelle Brandt.
James Camp
Johnson Karrle Kulback. Candace Cragg Not present for photo: Gina Casey,Jessica Teixelra.I COKES & DESSERTS
CHOIR
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Soulhsld Elementary Mills, Monica McGee Alyc Nash Kugeae AadersoaTop MORNING"SOUND .
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DBuallton Joan" D.mpler. Evan Vanessa Van C.mp.
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Legacy KOULAAOH
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Starke's"Legacy of Love"singers cS J
spent a whirlwind round for three ..-... 24-12 OZ.CANS 24-12 OZ.CANS ,
days in Tallahassee during Earth
Week April 22-28. GERMAN
Beginning with the official open- = TTlrninri : Pearl
ing of Florida's Earth Day Slu.day, /piufi ,
a performance in the Rotunda of the
State Capitol Monday and an encore 7 DAY SALE LIGHT OR DARK REGULAR &LIGHT I REODU"'uaNrxaolD
performance before the State .
Cabinet Tuesday. They also per- > !
formed before the Senate Tuesday 399 199
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SALE GOOD THRU
morning,the performance projectedon nflBTiVIS Hor S. 2s EMI > K CAM?
a giant screen above the podium. _
During the Cabinet performance
the production was filmed by a production mm SIZE ( IMPORTED GERMAN '.
crew of the Sunshine TV Net- rzLSSl A
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work, to be broadcast Monday May *' [tL1 / BECKS 'I ,
7 at 5:30 p.m. over the Sunshine LIGHT OR DARK

Cable Continental Network Cable affiliates.will carry the CHARGE IT,AT ABC R REGULAR ALIGHT!

film clip in Duval County areas on 60 19 99
cable channel 17. Cox Cable systemsin LoCAt *DVERTISED D RI f*F?Q'i Ta.r 399
Gainesville and Alachua county PACK CARTON Na.ITLS.ffwn .,L. =' 6-PK 'CANS"".
carry the Sunshine Network on cable
channel 23.
Clay Cablevision in Starke does LACK Clan
not the Sunshine Network.
carry "
Subscribers to other cable systemsin iLVET [MacGregor
the area should consult their cable J, 'n# \'
directory to determine if the net- 1.75IZ.V9 SALE SCOTCH
work is available. friends "" \
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who have the Sunshine network f49 : REBATE
available can tape the program for 13 13. KAlll
Starke residents. 4k'l x ((750 ML 9.99 RAFTER

Washington, D.C.... CS. OF 12 $159.95 CS. OF 6 $73.50 CS. OF 83.94
Already scheduled for the group Is
a trip to Washington, D.C., June 12, WanmP Stolichnaya
where performances will be made in ABSOLUT n CHIVAS
the Senate Chamber and the Houseof WIM
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Representatives."We 80 VODKA
invitation will REGAL
be forthcoming are hoping to an perform at the 750 8.49 SALE 1.7519.99 SALE

Whitehouse also,' said Lavon ) ML1.50 REBATE: LT". O AA MFR
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Drivas, who composed the song and j [I
directs its performances.A 1199 1599.
AFTER AFTER
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soon to raise the needed funds for the
trip. Donations will be welcome.For CS. OF 12 *$143.88 CS. OF 12 $101.88! CS. OF 12- $189.95 cs.OF, $119.94
more information contact
Guy Andrews Marge Thomson or s
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J.V. Pinot 750 6.99 BLUSH 3 M & R Asn 750 9.49 V/enteA' '1J 4.99
Council CHARDONNAY ML Carlo Rossi lURGUHDY RHINE. 9.3 C OO SPUM ANTE ML
AskedTo CHAILIS VINROSE. LTR. 7CHIAMU
,PINK CHABLIS '
RED OR 750 KorbelPerrier I BRUT ROSE 750 9 99 Vista 750 7 99
CadetSandemanrE7M5L Buena
Close Mouton WHITE ML 5.99 X.DRY ML CHARDONNAY ML .
Streetby CHABUS BLANC/ RED ROSE 1.g
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CHABLISCLASSICBURGUNDY If CABERNET \
JoustCodorniu 64.99
Bust.r Rahn 12.99 AoTTLE) BeringerGlen SAUVIGNONCHARDONNAY 750 10.99
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The Starke council met Tuesday, Hi Almaden BLUSH CHABLIS.CHABLIS RHINE 3 6.49 BLANC DE ft0 5.99
May 1, transacted little business Maitre dIE s t our REO t7M5.99 BURGUNDY LTR. BLANCS Ellen MERLOTSebastian 7M5L 4.99
voted to pay the bills and adjourned, .
750
in a regularly scheduled meeting 750 CHENIN 15 Gold Seal DRNARUILAL 4.99
Duboef'8 6.99 .R U ML 750
BLUSHCHABWi,
PlNDTNDIR
Gallo
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that lasted about 20 minutes. M L | FRENCHCOLOMBARDC LTB. BLANC ML 4.99
The Rev. Jerry Patton pastor of
the First Presbyterian Church of Great Western *.DRY TMSL 5.99 '
ABC HAS LOWER WINE PRICES
(Chat Sh Michelle S7M6.49 -
Starke was on the agenda to requesta LOWER WINE PRICES .
proclamation, "Just No to ABC HAS
Say Mumm's 14 17.99
Drugs Week," but didn't show. J.V. Pouilly Fuisse 7M5L 11.99 ,.,DRY MondaviClOS CHEN IN 750 49 "
The council passed the proclamation BLANC ML.
in Rev. Patton's absence, set- SOAVE Cello Lambrusco LTR. 6.49 FreixenefS' 750 ML 5.99! --
May ting 7-12.the dates Monday-Saturday, La Francesco'JMeMbn'SrS VALPOUCELLA NO 750 ML 2.99 d4I'BoIS CHARDONKAY 750 ML 9.49 r mSL

City Clerk Linda Wise said Bond
Trustees had reviewed bids for a : : r 10.99 ,. MONDRVI t *Chat. St. Jean :X: C ft0 9.49
watthour meter test set, and recommended 1 I'l R

bid at a cost the acceptance of $12,990. The of the council low Marques de Riseals:" ML 7.49 HOMESfvSf CALIFORNIA Sebastiani SKendalJackson g. 1Jr 5.99 1

voted to purchase the equipment, f CABERNET
since the bid was about$5,000 lower 750 WHITE WHITE ZINFANDEL WHITE,BLUSH,BRUT 750
than the anticipated cost. : Blue Nun Liebfraumildi ML 4.49 ZINFANDEL I SAUVIGNON BLANC COLD DUCK tHAA00NRAY ML 9.49

Palm petitioned Barbara Street the Strode in council southeast, a homeowner to close Starke Sun-on I Chat. Du Glana MP rI2.49I11t l ; 399> 899 299) Chat.St. Michelle CIIAAGIBNNAt 75D ML 8.99 Jua

view Road adjacent to her home,an ...;."...." ML .;::... !:-;...,.. ML '
unpaved platted road that has never '-' Beaulieu 1. Pinot Noir M 7.49
been used. CS. OF 12 $47.88 CS. OF 6 $52.95 CS. OF 12 $35.88

Strode said she wishes to build a
two car garage on her property and CANADIAN LLRD mISeR'S
would like to have the street closed f
to provide the necessary set-back PREMIUM 86.8 CANADIAN HERITAGETHE

.' space.Coouncilman Bobby Biggs said the PREMIUM IS IN THE 1.75 12.99 SALE 1.7512.49 SALE

right-of-way isn't being used and BOTTLE NOT THE PRICE LTR.2.QO MFR, LTR. -3.00 MFR! :mss
REBATE REBATE
serves no
purpose.Councilman IM 6A .

does not object Travis but "would Woods said like he to = 1349 111 QO AFTER 9.49 RE ATE
look at it before voting to close a I U.y 7 REBATE I

platted The council street.agreed" to postpone ac- CS. OF 6 $80.94 .eS1 OF 6'* $77..4 CS. OF 6 $74.94aeagratu's

tion until a later meeting giving
unhiQn
council members an opportunity to JOSE OMEGA
review the request.
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ItIjn ,,1 GOLD TEQUILA S ill LTR': -3.00 :::.TE

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF 99 *
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THE STATE OF FLORIDA. 17s 8.99 I AFTER
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IN AND FOR LTR. ML| REBATE
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BRADFORD COUNTY I [ CS. OF 6 $71.94 'CS. OF 70.95:
CIVIL DIVISION CS. OF 6. $77.94 CS. OF 12- $119.88 *
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Case No.89. 2-CA I
MID STATE TRUST II. a VIKIN I SPECIALTY (ITEMS
Delaware Business Trust
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vs.Plaintiff FJORD E&J Brandy 750ML 6.99

CLARA E. LEE, SCOTCH Courvoisier VS 7M9L 16.99
a single woman, POTATO VODKA

D.l.ndant. NOTICE OF SALE ., 99 HennessyVSIrish TMSL r 16.99

NOTICE 1 I.h.r.by given that pursuant If9 [ 'IMPORTED Mist 16.99
Y-: ML
750 ML |
to an order or FINAL JUDGEMENT OF NOKWAV
FORECLOSURE.nt.r.d In th.above captioned Bailey's Irish 7M\ 12,99
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situot.d In Bradford County Florida.d..clb.d Kahlua COFFEE 16.49
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along ROW 80 feet; run th.nc. North
parallel to the East Iin.of SE 1/4 of SW
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ROW, 80 feet; run thence South to ROW,' 1 TUMOAY, MAY-t I 1 1I ,
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bidder for cash at th.front door of the ; VODKA {
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j DATED this 30th day of April 1990. -- --- I.;-* !(! K (!.KeKffl( ;. SMT.
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RAY NORMAN I i ,
Clerk of Circuit Court I I
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By:Tashr Allen Dp.Cl rkHarry I
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the 25th Annual Flower Show to be held May 10 through May 12.

28th Annual UCI Flower Show Will

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Union Correctional Institution Innate John C.William trims a Chinese Juniper Boiual.Williams and other Inmate*In .
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the horticulture program at Vd are preparing their plant for the 28th Annual Flower Show to be held In the UCI by Sue Ellen Smith Union Correctional Institution. has been horticulture
Employee Training Building May 10 through May 13. BCT Start Writer"I teacher at UCI for one year,and he
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rested April 24 for no valid driver's ding to Patrolman Allen. Bond was Trooper Philip Kraszewskl. Miller's forcement and five by the court.A James Ronald Chamberlain, Jr., .
Police Beatby license, attaching tag not assigned set at$215.25.David blood alcohol content was .12 percent total.of 529 calls were receivedby 32, of Lawtey was found dead in his
vehicle, according to Deputy Bond was set at$5,000. the dispatchers at the county jail. vehicle which had rolled to a stop in
Michael Paris. William Padgett, 37, was 404 calls were listed as mlscellenous, a ditch,according to Lt. Tim Martin.
Carolyn E voo arrested April 29 for DUll DWLS,ac- 138 Arrests 48 were felony investigations, 11 The autopsy report and sheriff's In-
cording to Patrolman Bob McGrath. ProcessedIn missing persons, 24 fires (struc- vestigation Indicates Chamberlaindied
BCT Stan WriterRecent
Stephen Lane Thornton, 20, was Bond was set at$715.25. ture/woods), 16 assists at accidentsand from an apparently self-
ArrestsIn arrested May 1 for driving under influence March 23 calls to burglaries. inflicted gunshot wound.Depressionwas
(DUD 4th offense, driving Joe Mack Benefield, Sr., 58, of During the month of March Sheriff's deputies wrote eight traf- given as a possible motive. for
Bradford CountyThe while license suspended(DWLS),at- Union county was arrested April 27 rests 138 ar- fic citations, served 485 civil papers the suicide, said Martin.Looking.
.. taching tag not assigned, expiredtag for DUI fourth were processed through the and funeral
following arrests were m de ( offense), according Bradford County Jail, according to provided escort for 10
by local authorities In Bradford possession alcohol by person to Deputy Danny Thrift. Bond was Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.The processions in March.
County. under 21, according to Patrolman set at $1,000 he was released on his Two stolen vehicles were
Susan Wilkerson. own recognizance.John misdemeanor arrests,included 15 driving 65 felony under,in-40 recovered in March,said Etheridge.

Wanda Jean Glover, 33, was ar- fluence and 18 driving while license
Joseph Brian Stafford, 20,
rested April 28 for aggravated bat- was ar- Clinton Hamilton,30,was ar-
rested April 30 for DWLS, fleeing at- rested April 26 for DUI,according to suspended. Check theClassifieds
tery, according to Patrolman Jerry tempting to elude, according to Patrolman Wilkerson. Starke police officers made 41 ar- Lawtey Man Dies
Hamilton'sblood
Feltner. Bond was set at $1,000. She rests, deputies made 72 arrests, 11
Trooper D.C. Roberts.Bond was set alcohol content was .20 From Gunshot Wound
per-
released her
was on own at$477.75. arrests were made by Florida
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cent.
recognizance. Highway Patrol troopers, four arrests Clay County deputies were calledat
Benjamin Olin Armstrong,46,was were made by Lawtey PD, 9 a.m.Sunday,April 29,to a possible -
Michael Madison 19, of Putnamwas Jerry Burton Miller, 38, was ar- three the
,
arrested April 28 for DWLS, accor- by chief at Hampton, one car accident on SR-16 near Camp
rested April 28 for DUI,according to
arrested April 27 for dealing in by Florida Department of Law En Blanding.
stolen property, according to
Patrolman Tim Geibeig and Deputy

Jason Bennett. Winn-jDixie 10000SATISFACTION

Vera Jean Rogers, 33, was arrested
April 28 for petit theft,
drunkeness,according to Patrolman
Cheryl Belcher. Bond was set at
$1,000. TM

Kerry Harry Fisher 26, was ar- GUARANTEEDWE
rested April 29 for shoplifting,accor-
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Kenneth Amett Merriwether, 30, 17"' 1 -- --- IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED,
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tery and two counts resisting officer STARKE
with violence, according to 470 win MADIION STRUT
Patrolman W. S.Allen.Bond was set -

at $2,000. _ r-

James Lewis Jamison,20, was ar- I / -
rested April 29 for battery, no valid ) '
I
driver's license, according to Deputy '
Bennett. Bond was set at$500,he
was released on the Bradford Coun-
ty charge but detained for Putnam
County.

Paula Ann McCloud, 21, was ar-
rested April 28 for burglary of a
dwelling, trespass after warning,
resisting arrest without violence,ac-
cording to Patrolman Belcher.Bond
was set at$1,500.

Todd E. Jackson,25,was arrested
April 26 on capias charging sale and a1-
delivery of controlled substance, !
possession of controlled substance, -- ,
according to Deputy Danny Thrift. _
Bond was set at$15,000.
_
Lacey Jerome Girard,31,of Duval
was arrested April 26 for failure to
appear for possession of cannabis,
possession marijuana less than 20 NOBODY CAN BEAT !
NOBODY
grams and use of drug parapher-
nalia, according to 'eputy Gordon .
Smith. Bond ,t $5,000 he
relea ....
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was charging arrested Marie violation April Smith of 26 probation Fulgham on a capias,, ac-29, .. t ;,P'te.' (lJ\QPke, t ; 'a10 ',e 11e ';D I'i' :take :;t'O.xn.e;( : Dlnn, 'Jt ii a, kS :

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Gerald Goodman,26,was arrested '
April 25 for battery of a law enforce- t BARBECUE BARBECUES' I BARBECUE'CHICKEN
ment officer, affrays and riots, ac-
cording to Patrolmen Belcher and Tire fiJf RIB PORK -. ggW
hut
Michael Strickland. Bond was set at ,
$2,000, she was released on her own
recognizance.Adam Tree DINNER DINNER DINNER

Keith Rosier, 28, was ar- Ann ONE SLAB OF RIBS 2 IBS. OF 8BQ PORK 2 WHOLE BBO CHICKENS
rested April 24 on an order of arrest, Uk LOAF OF FRENCH BREAD LOAF OF FRENCH BREAD LOAF OF FRENCH BREAD
according to Deputy Bennett. He CHOICE OF TWO: CHOICE OF TWO: CHOICE OF TWO: SERVES A
was released on his own f;tV'"I. LB.OF POTATO SALAD L& OF POTATO SALAD La OF POTATO SALAD FAMILY OF
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Cynthia DeSue was arrested April
24 for aggravated battery,battery ofa
law enforcement officer, resisting
arrest with violence, according to
Patrolman P. T. Gorman. DeSue D EL1 EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
was released on her .own LOW PRICE LOW PRICE
recognizance, ordered to stay away I : =:
from victim and violate no laws. o

James Vernon Slade, 55, was ar- P I i iJ E
rested April 24 for ese
structure, according to Patrolman i ill; III''
Gorman. Bond was set at$1,000. __ F11

Michael Anthony Gregory, 30, of 0 2 EACH S-PIECE THIGHS, LEGS, I I I i t i
Clay was arrested April 30 for BREASTS ft WINGS
fishing without license,according to SOUTHERNIL _
Lt. David Aderholt. Bond was set at
$100. FRIED CHICKEN .E.Mt DTl/10lNT

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THANK YOU JI.;, .;:. D.A.Il.E.; Graduation Set for May 29 .


. Gubernatorial candidate, ,Congressmanand ,..".I.....,",. ; r : by Carolyn Eaves last Department'year at the of Academy Law Enforcement of Florida
ICT Staff
Mrs. Bill Nelson, wish tQ thank all ,; Wrlr.rThe
.. first Drug Abuse Resistance He was employed at the Starke
of those who welcomed them to Education (D.A.K.E.) graduationhas Police Department at that time and
been credits Chief Jimmy Epps and Ma
set for May 29 at 9 a.m. at
Bradford Starke Elementary School. jor W. C. Reno with making the
and Union -
Clay on
County
Octavious Kinard Perry, BradfordCounty's course possible.Working .
only certified D.A.R.E. officer in the classroom with the
Friday, April 20th. Your graciousness invites the public to the teachers and students is an excellent
and ;?: graduation. Starke Elementary's opportunity to educate young peopleIn
hospitality warmed our hearts. fifth graders were chosen for the drug abuse resistance. Deputy
pilot project this year, according to Perry recognizes the need for
Deputy Perry. The 17-week course educating the younger student and
Thank p will! eventually be throughout the will continue to work to expand the
you.
county in kindergarten thru 8th program in the Bradford school
BILL & GRACE NELSON grade. system.We .
Deputy Perry completed the feel we are on the right track
." n.A.R.E. course of 80 training hours by educating students and this
course is the right approach in our
war on drugs, said Deputy Perry

Area Residents

Graduate UNF
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PRICE OD tls h-J ti a Three area residents were among
THURS.WED.MAY 530 undergraduate and graduate
-' students named to receive a degree
3-9 1990. April 28 at spring graduation
1 QUANTITY RIGHTS ceremonies at the University of

-RESERVED...,-, North Florida.
---- Donna Lenore Moody of Lake
Butler Virginia Marie Ritch of
Keystone Heights and Mary Anne
Miller Tillman of Starke received
bachelor of arts in education
I 4 degrees. Moody and Tillman are
t BUS graduates. Ritch is a graduateof
4 f W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF KHHS. All three graduated Santa
c H. Fe Community College.The .
CUT FROM TOP ROUND graduation exercise was held
at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in
YOUNG-N ENDER SELECT LEAN STORE I lONDON Jacksonville.

GRADE 'A' WHOLE or RIB HALF HOURS Divorces GrantedIn


WHOLE FRYERS PORK LOIN :11TP.M.BROIL: dissolved Bradford following In Bradford marriages CountyThe County duringthe were

month of April, according to


court Donald records.R. Magyar & Jean B.

''LITO Magyari.Andrew Cain&Virginia L.Cain.
s157 George G. Starling & Alice June
Starling.Michael.
49 Y.D.DDNrAMNN MA1. 297 Allison Curtis.Dale Curtis & Tanya

T. Angela Jo Gorman & Robert
George Gorman,Jr.
LIMIT Harris.James Ray Harris & Angle Marie

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thinly on the diagonal
Knowing your rights in an Increasingly
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FRYER'WINGS . La 78 PORK LOIN . .LB.sl' TOP ROUND STEAK LB. *297 Library The Bradford will join AARP's County national Public

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PALMETTO FARMS W-D REGULAR _
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Wizard of Ozby ) '.
Their Stuff in Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur-
Carolyn Eav.. did a great job as the(V character in ... .." ." ing the week of.May 4 through May
aCT Staff Writer search of a hear! ," 1fII/IIIII+(.. 10 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18
Z r rat.t I : SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
Bradford Middle School Drama Jonathan( Smith was hilarious as rl '.' : CR225CR123 CR-229, CR-231,
Club members presented Wizard of the Cowardly Lion who wanted .iA CR-227 CR-221.;CR-230 and CR-100A.
Oz eleven times last week for more from The Wizard.Stephanie in Branford County.Recognizing .
courage
than 1,200 children. The delightful Reagan played the Scarecrow who the danger presentedto
minute musical Included pupils from wanted some brain She was terrific the public by defective vehicle
Southside,Starke Elementary,Head said Stanwix-Hay. equipment, Troopers will concen-
Start, Bradford Pre-School and New trate their efforts on vehicles being
Beginnings.The Many other students made this a operated with defects such as bad
young actors and actresses delightful production Lone Peterson brakes, worn tires and defective
did a great job, according to sponsor Brad Bishop, Shannon Safer, lighting equipment. In addition, attention
Stanwix-Hay. They learned Molly O'Neal, Rosalind Thomas, C. will be directed to drivers
Peg
their lines, were responsible for obtaining K.Fuqua,Patrick Dugan,Julie Pon- who would violate the driver license
their costumes and props cier.Jasen Wilkinson,Erin Stansell, ,: laws of Florida. -
and were punctual.They were great Melissa McLeod, Cassandra Jarvis, i- The Patrol has found these check-
which the audiences appreciated by Corryn Wright, Heather Williams, points to be an effective means of en-
Lee Sean and forcing the equipment and driver
making us feel welcome said Bethany Phillips _
Stanwix-Hay. Charlotte Smith. license laws of Florida while Insur-
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Dorothy was played by Tori
Hersey in some shows and by Dana Seventh grader Julie Loper was As. Union CountyThe
Newsome in other performaces.Both the pianist for this production.She is Florida Highway Patrol will
young ladies have a great deal quite accomplished at the piano and be conducting driver license and
of acting ability, according to their did a superior job for each perfor- vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
sponsor. mance, said Stanwix-Hay, who 1 ing the week of May 4 through May
Cindy Grider was the Tin wishes to thank all the parents who -. --- --"-- 10 in SR-100, SR-121, SR-231,SR-241,
Woodsman. Her homemade costumewas were supportive all year and Bradford Middle School drama club member. are ihown her performing< for Starke fementary.ladenta.. Dorothy SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
creative and appropriate. She especially for this performance. played by Tori llertey, .U on stage,right.She ta just landed h.Ox and I*watching the Munchkln dance.Munchldni are CR-12S, CR-231A, CR-24A and. .CR-
Brad Blihop Molly O'Ke*],and Shannon Safer(back to camera).Also on stage..Lorie Peterson who played the goodwltcb. 796A in Union County.

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Six drivers from Bradford County NEW HOME
participated in the Seventh Annual
Florida State School Bus Safety DOES IT AGAIN!
Road-E-O in Sarasota April 20 and

21.Bus driver Penny Aderholt finish- THREE NEW MYLOCK SERGERS

ed 13th and driver Judy Garver THREAD 21ST CENTURY SEWING
finished 23 in the field of 200 drivers
from 40 different counties TOGETHER WITH GREAT VALUES!

throughout the state. On.,..pu.sw t...n.....,.well w ill.wrnwlngpolicttliiltt11, *
This is the first year drivers from utltr' .N..iwr..,IIH New HMM.. 'i mtM MUtdlM M MyLKk........iKk s
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to attend the rodeo the, opportunity thanks to c_N....,................

Superintendent Jim Duncan. The
rodeo is designed to promote safety NEW! NEWI
among school bus drivers. The mot- NE1IV!
to was, the only losers are the .
drivers that don't participate.Local .
drivers participating in the
event were Sue Willmghan, Mary
Mayben, Gina Stalnaker and alter- '0 .
nate Elaine Valdez. The group was I
given a pre-trip test and written test 'LLswta s7.enrte: 1 1t..N
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During the construction of the Hoover Dam, concrete had to be poured HEAVY DUTY UPRIGHT
Families Against Drugs (FAD) this campaign. Also on Friday, continually for two years.
and Florida Informed Parents wishto students will be given pledge cardsto
make you aware of our Red Rib- sign. These cards will state the
bon Campaign in Bradford County. students intent to say no to drugs. $14999HEADLIGHT
May 7 through May 11 has been Special coloring books, comic IMPORTANT NOTICE
declared "Just Say No" week. books and story books will be 0
Some special activities are planned distributed to our students.
.d' for each day of this week to Teachers will receive a leaflet entitl-
heighten the public's awareness of ed"Words to Grow On,"which has a
efforts being made to curb or reduce message about drugs. Beltone Hearing Aid service welcomes you
substance abuse problems in Bradford FREE ALL STEEL
County.On FAD would like to express our to come and meet our service technician,
Monday, each teacher student thanks to local businesses and PTO's b HANDLE
and staff member will receive a but- who have contributed funds to provide o
ton to wear all week. Schools will the special tokens that our gAC'S
display large banners which read students, staff and teachers will Linda Shippat 1 TOP FILL
"My Choice- Drug Free." On Tues- receive. Many businesses are BAG ._-
day pencils will be given to eachstudent. displaying\ large red bows to show Eckerd's Drug Store Starke
On Wednesday, each child their support of community effortsto ,
will receive an eraser. Ball point alleviate substance abuse pro- -
pens will be given to students at BHS blems. Businesses are asked to From 10:00 a.m. till 2:00 p.m.
and BMS on Thursday, while display an anti-drug slogan on their
: crayons will be given to each marquees. Tuesday, May 8th HOOVER INVENTED I-
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special day. Everyone will be askedto and show their support for this
wear red to show their support for community-wide campaign. We service all makes and models of Hearing $19995 :,),:

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Classifieds Thirty-eight local area student Zurfluh, all of Starke. :
will graduate from Santa Fe CommUnity Also graduating are Janice M. .
College on Friday May 4,at Gaskins of Lawtey,Christine Hoganof 'f '
10 a.m.at the SFCC gym on NW 83rd Brooker, Doris Jones and Laura I: .
St. Gainesville. Graduatingstudents Flanagan of Hampton Angela .
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David Thorpe, Teresa Wilkinson, Veronica Starling and Tina Wheelerof : ,,
Mamie E. Young, and Pamela D. Lake Butler.
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Flower Show to be held May 10 grow,but plants can be used at community
through May 12. The show will be events. The classes plantsare
Starling's first flower show at UCI. often used in state offices in
"And I'm about as nervous as a Tallahassee as well as in UCI of
fella can get" Starling said. fices.
UCI, the first institution in the The horticulture program at UCI,
state to have a horticulture program which began in the 19508, is brokenup
gave its first flower show in between grounds work and an actual
1961, with the late Mark B. Jordan horticulture class. Those in-
1 1iO 1o directing. With the exception of 1985 mates who are working on groundsand
e and 1989, the show ran continuouslyfor outdoor landscaping and who
the next 29 years. express an interest in learning horticulture
The annual show Educational sign a request form and.
Program Manager James Miller space permitting, are allowed to
said,serves the purpose of giving in- participate in the class.
centive to the participating inmates. Starling said inmates In the class :::.
"They have an objective and a learn invaluable skills that can be ::
goal to shoot for" Miller said. "It used within the institution and that -
gives us the opportunity for training can help a paroled inmate find a job.
purpose* to keep students on their Starling said he believes the program
toes." can be very effective with certain
Starling said the show also allows inmates.
the public to see something produc- "The biggest surprise that you
tive come from the institution. learn is that these are people," "
"You've been shown only the Starling said. "Some of them may
negative things, but there's a lot of have committed heinous crimes, but
positive things that happen in the they aren't all bad.
prison" Starling said. "The one thing that keeps me going
Judging divisions for this year's is I have to believe in what I do.
show include Bonsai, Cacti Ferns, And I do."
Landscape Plants, Orchids and Starling said he looks for the best ;ti
Unusual Plants. In addition to division in everybody, especially those in his :
awards,a team of judges from a program, and knows it takes time to w
Jacksonville garden club will also see changes in inmates."It t
award rosettes for Best of Show. takes time to grow men,"
As in previous shows, everyone Starling said.
who attends this years's show will The hours for this year's show are
receive a free plant. noon to 9 p.m., May 10; 9 a.m. to 9
Starling said he and his class p.m. May 11; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May
aren't allowed to sell the plants they 12.

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The photography and art claue of Bradford High School were Invited center -
their work In competition a* put of the BUS Alumni AuocUUon fair
booth.At their regular monthly meeting but Thonday,the aiMcUtion
honored the winner of the competition.
Pictured are from left,art claM lit place winner Robert Kennedy with hi*
': 'I OFF unicorn drawing;Alumni AMocUtlon President Dale Brown;2nd place art claw
winner Carrie Manning with her drawing of a ji.ckets.er a chair.
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by Sue Ellen Smith operating equipment for each unit, personnel Wiles said. The camp's tested during the exercise, Wiles ,: Conditioning s ,::
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making sure each soldier is properly train them and turn them over for dinated with the routes of other '
Guard be training surged site with Camp the Blandingwill largest trained to do what he/she is assignedto deployment where ever they are units, will keep to a minimum problems
number of soldiers to be massed do. By validating the units needed, Wiles said. HeadquartersSecond such as two units meeting at CORBETT'STire
evaluators determine how well each United States Army will the same intersection or two or more
the reservation since World War II.
unit mobilized.Call evaluate the performance of Camp units backing up on an interstate.Call .
Call Forward & Service
901 an army training Forward 90 will also "stress Blanding during the exercise. Forward 90 will determine if
exercise designed to test the Na-
tional Guard and reserve's to those plans work. U.S. Starke
ability fi
Wiles said the evaluations of units
began prepare officially for deployment last weekend to combat but ." ,/0' rt! ; plans and facilities will not be based MMtirtari, 309646436- I VISA.

the exercise will climax this Saturday :: ..,, ,\ see Forward page 1 IB
when the number of guardsmenand .
reservists at the camp will peakat ../ "\0" -
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The exercise, public relations of-
ficer Maj. Doug Wiles said, is the WEEKEND. IN THE COUNTRYMAriiTH
first of several such army mobilization "
exercises to take all over
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Jfe years. ; & 12rTH'SEAMAN'S ,
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from Georgia, Florida and South
Carolina began rolling through COVE, MIDDLEBURG
Starke and into Camp Blanding last
Friday to participate in the 25-day
exercise.Units will come in slightly
staggered Wiles said, with the
FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY
largest number of units on camp
May 5 through May 9.By May 10 the
first units to come in will have com- Gate opens at 5:00:
pleted their training and begin to Gate opens at 10:00: a.m.
pullout of the camp and head for Jennifer McCarter CONTINUOUS COUNTRY MUSIC
home decreasing the number of
people at Camp Blanding steadily and the 12:00: TIL 10:00 P.M.
until the exercise ends May 20. McCARTERSCharlie
The goal of Call Forward 90,Wiles featuring
said, is to determine how well National
Guard and reserve mobilization Rewis LIONEL, CARTWRIGHT
plans work. Mobilization Is the
and theIRONHORSE
process by which U.S. forces move
.A from a peacetime status to combat. The Company Bravo lit Battalion 124th Infantry Regiment teU up itorago BAND Charlie Rewis and the
Each unit participating In the exercise tent for the weapon and nipplle they will we during IRONHORSE BAND
receives a simulated"call up, i
or order from the United States
president or Congress to prepare for BUY HERE PAY HERE
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member of a unit has to be called by WE FINANCE A MIKE JOHNSON and the
phohe after the call-up.They then go
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The New River Ramblers, a camping Rambler saw the 109-unit Rose owner, with one stipulation: the ;i
group whose membership Parade, including float of various owner cannot cut the roses.There is
mostly drawn from Union and Brad-is themes, high school bands, business a$100 fine for anyone caught cutting
ford Counties held its April, 1990 parade units, and politicians. roses on public property anywherein
campout in the City of Roses There are seven Georgia guber- the city.Thomasville. .
Thomasville, Georgia. natorial candidates and the same is probably prettier
The Thursday, April 26, through number of lieutenant governor early in the spring, when dogwoods,
Monday, April 30, excursion Included hopefuls and all were in the parade, redbuds and azaleas are in bloom.
54 members and guests driving some riding and some Jogging from The city is filled with flowering trees
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motor homes and trailers. The one side of the street to the other, and shrubs. '
working the crowd.
chapter stayed in the City of Roses
Former Catfish Dinner.
Campground, at the Intersection Governor Lester Mattes ..
US-19 and US-84. of 74, is a candidate and was working Friday night the old adage was .t,
Several members left Tuesday or both sides of the street,as though he proven again that says, "build a bet .
Wednesday, but the majority left were 29 again. Mattox Is best ter mousetrap...
remembered for standing outside Neil Tucker had made
early Thursday morning, making reserva-
the 145 mile trip in about three his pickwick restaurant in Atlanta tions at the Homecoming

hours, arriving before noon. with an from axe handle, to keep black Restaurant for a catfish dinner.The -. ..v..r' _..',,_ _
patrons
Veteran Affairs Officer Joe entering. restaurant, highly recommended, is
Cissy
arrived late,since he had to keep the Another celebrity working both Isolated, to say the least, at the end D.C. Bound...
office open Thursday afternoon. sides of the street was former Atlanta of a graded road, 1.5 miles beyond Twenty-nine Lawtey Cover mity School Ith gradera beaded for Wublngtoa D.C.Monday, April 30.The claM paid for

In addition,to roses, Thomasville ly Mayor reflecting Andy his Young trim,jogging waist easi-and the pavement, eight miles from their week-long trip to the nation'*capital by Milling chicken .tauten,participating In walk.thorn and washing car. I
is noted for its many plantations a athletic figure.A town. The group Including ith grade teachers Cheryl Atkiiuon,Cathy Mallard and Michelle Flynn,will tour The Snlttwonlaa
unique grouping of mansions built number When the Ramblers arrived, only and the capital before returning this Saturday.
fabulously rich, and mostly of other state officials 3-4 cars were there, but when they
owned by descendants of the and candidates were part of the finished eating, the parking lot was
owners. At the turn of the original century parade,which took almost two hours filled, and patrons were sitting on is now marketed throughout the SOLAR POWERED
there were more than 150 planta- to pass the stands. Several Florida the long porch waiting to get In. south. GATE OPENERS
schools were represented by mar- The catfish all Thomasville has a large black
tions in the area,but the number has one can eat for
ching bands. population, but according to the tour Weatherproof Remote Controlled
dwindled to only 71 $5.95, was an outstanding meal.
today, 69 of
The Thomasville city administration guide, a local minister, race rela-
which are private homes and Most Ramblers agreed it surpassed No Maintenance Easily Installed
only began moving chairs and tions are good, with blacks holding IB n1
two open to the public. Captain Joe's In Waycross, where Opens Gates to Battery Back
Up
One tour guide said taxes bleachers Immediately after the last the group had eaten catfish in Important offices in city govern-
maintenance cost $1-1.5 million and unit passed, and within a few February. ment, the schools and businesses, 22' & 1,000 Many Options
dollars per year to keep the homes minutes had street sweepers on the Anyone wishing to visit HomecomIng and being well represented in the
and job, cleaning the debris. Within an Restaurant should ask Neil professions.The .
grounds. Anything less
2,500 acres doesn't than hour traffic was again moving on Tucker for directions. tour bus passed through a PowerGate Systems
qualify as a plan- Broad street as though there had not black residential section in which
tation,and a person calling his homea been (904) 462-5495
a parade. the homes are in the $125,000 price
"plantation" on less acreage will Friday afternoon the Ramblersvisited Saturday... range and up. Bradford County has RT.1,Box 49
'be laughed out of town. a craft show in' Paradise Although Friday had been few homes that would fit into the WILSON&JANE RUMBERGER, DEALER ALACHUA.FL 3261...
Although plantations cover some bright
Park, where dozens of crafts were neighborhood.The .
300,000 acres in six and clear, a thunderstorm moved
Georgia counties
set in air booths tour bus at "the
up selling
and two Florida counties open: across the area early Saturday step
Jeffersonand morning "
almost anything in crafts that live oak 300 .G'M'
a tree a
per- years .
about
Leon,Thomasville Is consideredto ending the time most "
son could want or envision. old, spreading more than 300 feet ; "' ::'
be the were getting The skies
proper address. If and Paradise Park, perhaps 40-60 up. soon from side to side. It is braced with
when a plantation is advertised for acres, was given to the town for a cleared and the for weather did not present chains, steel cables and other aids, ,, j
sale, it s address is given as park, and remains a beautiful, About a problem the campers. to keep the limbs from splitting off. --.j fill
9:30 tour
Thomasville : a.m., buses
even though may be natural with and pickedup One limb overhands the
facility large oaks street, too .
located the Ramblers,for a two hour tour
Tallahassee near, Florida.Monticello or pines.Later. of the area. Homes on the Historic low for a motorhome or large truck r f '
in the afternoon, the Register,there must be than :::II// :
toured Thursday Pebble afternoon Hill Plantation the Ramblers one of groups Ramblers, visited, now the broken rose show into at small the hundred of them, are commonplace.The more a. See Rambler page 100 Chiropractic ,

the two plantations open to the fairgrounds. Flower's estate, it can't be
Situated called a plantation is adjacent to ., Center ..I
public. five miles south of Roses, thousands of individualroses a CHAINLINK ,,
Thomasville main road, but only a glimpse of the PRIVACY
the ante-bellum plan- '
each a winner in its class, 473-9043 OVER INSURANCE
tation is down to 3,000 acres from its large home can be seen through the FIELD Dr. V.A. Berry
were on display, with viewers mov- COMPANIES ACCEPTED
trees. The ..
Flowers
began a small
REPAIRS
original tract of 10-12,000 acres
ing in lock-step down aisle
one and
before the turn of the century. the next to look at each All bakery and ice cream delivery AUTO ACCIDENTS .WORK INJURIES
up rose.
The Hannah family, wealthy industrialists colors and shades, and all sizes, business with two trucks in the 1920s. HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN
from Ohio, purchased from small, delicate tea roses to Ice cream was discontinued, but today AUSTIN FENCE CO. NECK &ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS
three large plantations at the same blooms large as a quart jar were Flowers is baking Sunbeam MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL
time,in the early 19th century. Pebble displayed. Those folks know low to bread in bakeries from Texas to
Hill is one of the three, and remained Pennsylvania. The delightful aroma 100
grow roses. ot baking bread covers the town. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18
in the family until recent West
The City of Thomasville has a rose Sunniland meat products, adver- 1/2/ Mile Millet's Shopping Ctr.
when the Hannah
,
years owner a policy. It will put in a rose bed adja-
tised as a "Southern" had
delicacy,
granddaughter, formed a trust to
cent to the street, and full
take control of the property and at provide its origin in Thomasville, Also, and ALL TYPES IN ANY AREA
864 N.
Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)
her death the
open grounds and -

buildings The original to the home public.burned, exceptfor r Mature Adults Needed for full or part time

one wing;?and was replaced in -
Flexible .
employment. ...Loss-Ereventipn .
the 1920s. To the casual observer, \

the remaining new construction wing and looks blends to with be partof thq'Y ll r '*! "*- r> person also:.Deeded.: 1' Give Her Carpet or :

the original. The home has 18 Apply in at

parlors bedrooms, servants and quarters 19 bathrooms, kitchen, Wal-Mart person : rs+rG Tile A Gift That Will

dining rooms and sundry other 1371 S. Walnut St. :
rooms in its three-story structure.
The stables, all red brick buildingson Deerfoot Village Shopping Center SPECIALS
three sides of a large court cost Starke Florida Last A Long Time.
more than a'million dollars In the ...J. ..
1920s. In one building,there are bug-
gies and other museum pieces from
the horse and buggy era, and a half
dozen old automobiles including a
1934 Packard touring car,a 1949 Lin- J & J Paving-Construction .
I coln convertible, a cadillac from the WORLD STAIN RESISTANT :
early 1950s, a 1951 Ford wagon, a
Chrysler and a Plymouth,all in mint CARPET s
Lr
condition. All six cars were owned :
ibzivieways Cant( Clearing Fill Dirt
by descendents of the Hannahs. ., > .
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There was no organized meal ; -<: "*FREE ESTIMATES ** : ..

Thursday evening, but many :
couples combined dishes and ate
together. Route 3. Box 134-A Lake Butler. FL 32054 : :

Phone: ((904)) 496-3446 (mobile) 538-0960 $999
The Rose Parade...
Wagonmaster Neil Tucker made .
reservations several months ago,
and being early, obtained the best
seats on the parade route, across I INSTALLED WITH PAD i ifsr'
from the Thomas County Cour- SALE _
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the main thoroughfare, Broad IlUCKLO. 'r
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71 BRONCO 4 WHEEL DRIVE: 351 FIVE FAMILY YARD SALE: 1002 Butler 1988.. PROGRAM/ : Maroon and silver 1 964-7776 Iml
14X52 LIBERTY.I982.assume payments Road. Follow Signs. Saturday May S, .at.porryl! 171/2
Windsor 3 speed. $2,000 or best IitStainlessap [
Oder. Casll 376-1666 days, 964 8682 of $157.32 for 3 1/2 years call 782- 8 a.m. til ??We're not the biggest,but Oil Injected -.-- 205 N. Temple Starke
28 lb. thrust Mariner ,
evenings. 2 3610.4 we are the bestljewelry shoes clean trolling motor. ,
ATTENTIONGOVERNMENT SEIZED TWO MOBILE HOMES: Must be moved. clothes household items,coffee table LCR 2000 Humminbird depth finder Cecelia Tcrwllleffar
VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes Price negotiable. Phone no 964-2612. must see whatnots, ceramics, eta 2 live ways 20 gal on-board tank. 2 HOMES
4MOBILE Something for Rain cancels new batteries.; custom hauler trailer.
Corvettes
everyone.
Buyers Guide. Chevy Surplus Ext. HOME: 14x60. 2 Bedrooms. 7 Used approx. 75-80 hours. $7500. HANDSOME /2-STORY CEDAR HOME w/beoutiful vl.w of Loke Sampson
A-3493. 1-602-633-8885 2 Take over payments. Call 964-8978 MAY 4 & 5:8tiI6.: Edwards Road off 301 WIN consider trade for equity. Call located In Brlmwuod Point. 3BR/2BA Central Heat pump carpeted Insulated
1985 FORD RANGER: $500 down assume after 5 p.m. 4 3 miles on left Cancelled if rain. 964-8682. leave message. window, skylights, mahogany ext doors, sunken tub ceiling fan, 2205 SF
7FRIDAY 8 living room 1537 SF wrap-around porch. Mutt tee to appreciate. Owner
of
$105/month. 964- -
payments ; 1987 SEA UON. 15ft 5*.center console, financing to qualified buyer. $105,000
2COMMERCIAL i( (ANIMALSPETSVVHATS ; AND SATURDAY: May 4. 5. 10
a.m. til 7? 1241 Johns Drive, Sara- 1987 85 hp Suzuki motor with power PRESTIGIOUS HOME In the city of Starke. 4BR/3BA, fireplace, wood floor
PROPERT' Ii, .. iFORSA: .,' fi!) toga Heights. Children, mens. worn- trim. Humminbird 2000 depth finder. Many extra 609W. Coll Str..t. $125,000
>
ens clothing; household articles and Mercury Thru..lroIling motor.Classic COUNTRY CLUB AREAiSBR/2 BA, brick home, fireplace, pool hot tub. Immaculate -
S'O DIFFERENT ABOUT THE much much more. 7 drive-on trailer, toss than 30 hourson condition $125,000
FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR? It BIG FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE: Satur- all. $5995. Call 964-8922. BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME In the Country Club area. 3/2 with nice 20'x16'
1000 sq ft last food location across worksll!! Now available for catsl! GatorII day and Sunday May 5 A 6. 2 miles 8BASS deck. Immaculate condition. Priced to sell
from KOA/Wal Mart. 964-8848 evenings Farm Supply Ole Glory Feed and west of Lawtey Rd. 225. 7 BOAT: 1986 MaAbuSilng-shol120 UNION COUNTY, Immaculate 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA brick home off 100W. Well
473-3627 TFN 3 Gold Klst. 6 GIGANTIC BACK PORCH SALE: Friday Merc., trailer pwr tilt, ss prop manicured lawn w/complete MH hookup. On 1 lAc. Creative fin. $49,900
FOR SALE OR RENT.WarehoUbe/office: LAASA OPSOS: Has papers. 1 1/2 yrs. and Saturday, 8 til ?? 791 Pratt SL, fice.MinnKota$3500.28 trl. Mir., extras. Sacri NICB FRAME HOME with 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA on 1.3 Acre Central Heat/Air.
old. Male white and tan In tact. Best 782-3508. 8
Starke. 7
space: 3000 sq ft, located at Enterprise Remodeled 1989. Must see to believe. $41.500
14'
offer. Also FREE to good home SEMI-V FIBERGLASS JON-BOAT:
tries. Park Contact next Diane to Sunshine Ely 964-5294 Indus German Shepherd mixed good watch TWO FAMILY GARAGE SALE: May S. 6. With two motors: 12 hp and 3 hp. New Must BEAUTIFUL see to believe COUNTRY I CLUB CEDAR HOME Gorgeous landscaping.Call for 3BR/3BA.Detail
doogs.Great 964-4470. trolling motor new battery and
temperament. 7 am-5 pm. Tools fish and camp new
TFN 3PROFESSIONAL HANDYMAN SPECIAL! 4BR/2BA Frame home w/4 Ac. Great rental
6HORSES trailer. $1.000 080. Call 964- prop. or
410.
equip., trailer hitches clothing 12
OFFICE SPACE FOR PRICED TO SELL: Mare-well bike, 7.5 Honda OB motor. Lawtey sp., leave message), 8 |lust a nice fixer-upper. Owner will finance w/good down payment. $38,900
RENT: Up to 1600 sq. ft. Will remodelto FIBERGLASS MOBILE HOME ON 2 AC. w/20'x30' pole born nice Call for
suit On Hwy trained saddle horse 7 yrs. old; year Hwy 225 to CR 225A 3rd house on TRI-HULL FISHING neighborhood.
or rent. Negotiable. ling. 15mo..old female,brick colored right. 7 BOAT: 35 hp motor with trailer and Detail
301 World.next 18007717283.to Lil Skeeter's &TFN Insurance with white markings;Mini-Horse Geld- EIGHT FAMILY YARD SALE: Coleman trolling motor. $650. Call 9644757. 5.27 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY w/3 BR CB Home New CH/A, hardwood floors.
3OFFICE ing, saddle broken for children. Call gas furnace 7900 Sorts standing R Priced to Sell. $59,900

SPACE FOR RENT next to 964-4405. 6 unit. $300 Firm; bunk bed. jewelry MISCELLANEOUSLOOKING I LOTS AND ACREAGETWO
Courthouse. 964-7347 days; 964- '" ances household Items, ,
4535 alter 5 p.m. TFN 3 i 'IYARD'SA'LeS: :,. clothes of all sizes;chlldrens clothing; LOTS Ready to build on. 8.outllullocotlon. Lakewood Estates A very
truck seat covers roll bars, $60; 2 FOR A FEMALE BLOOD- prestigious neighborhood. Call today for more Information.
MOBILE HOMES FRIDAY*SATURDAY:00301 North on bras for a Camaro. Hwy 301 N. 4 HOUND.We have a male,fun blooded -2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES: Each lot U0'xl40'. Ready to develop.
Hammond Road. Bikes dishes, lots miles from Starke Friday and Saturday redbone bloodhound. Would like to vest today for tomorrow' future.
of misc. Items. 7 May 4 ft 5. 7 bl1Nld for puppy or If you heve puppy -3 ACRES IN CITY LIMITS With septic tank and well. Fantastic price. Owner
THREE FAMILIES: Friday& Saturday. 9- GARAGE SALE: Green Acres Subdivi for sale. PI ase call 964-5fU7. financing. Coll today for details. $19.900
.1 ,. 1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOODdou.blewida. 5. Everything Must Go. A little bit of sion. Saturday, May 5. Tinea families. 11GOOD PRICE REDUCED TO SELL 3 AC 3 septic tank, 2 power pole, 4" submergedpump.
with all the extras $19.000 everything! 504 N. SL Clair Street.BIG Large variety. Low prices. Look for USED SNAPPER riding mower.. Reduced from $17,000 to 12000. Great Investment.
balance and$1000 down.Assume the signs. 7 9647145.1
7 el 1/4 ACRES W/SEPTIC TANK
Well pole and 20x30'
loan. Will pay to have moved to your -CHEAP: Dealers Welcome. 8 Miles BARN CLEANOUT: Saturday. May S, 9, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AS LOW AS workshop. Owner financing. Call today power for detail concrete floor
lot. Call 373-3423 after 4pm, or 964- South of Starke on Hwy 100. Microwave am tl ?? 5 miles West of Starke on $1499 PER MONTH. CALL 964- e1/2 ACRE LOT
W/well
2-util.
new cypress garage, bldg., old from. house
9115 FREE the day. 4 TV sewing machine truck tool Hwy 100. Look for sign. 7 6948. 12HOMES and 2-rm cottage. Priced to sell.
FREE FREE Credit Check and box, showcase tons of miso. Friday& MOVING: Two family yard sale. Fri. -20 ACRESi $18,900
Fantastic
Pre-approval on mobile home loans. Saturday 9 til dark. 7 Sun.,9 am til ??Everything goes.637 investment w/2 4" wells, septic tank 3 acre fish pond
Call Bruce at 7555114. Circle B FRIDAY A SATURDAY May 45. 1 1/4 Walnut Street, behind Laundromat FOR SALE many extras. Priced to move.
Homes Lake City. FL. 4 mile north of Textile Town US 301, 16 & Walnut St. 7 -19 PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEE RD. Wi Owner financing. Call today.
LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT IN FLOR- SALE -3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD Great location for a beautiful home Call to
Crafts and huge salel! 7 FOR BY OWNER:3 BR. 11/2 Bath
IDA: All new homes 5% Down. 14 MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE: 1038 Pine- LAND FOR SALE CB home.Living room dining,kitchen day.-
wades start at $500 down Double- breeze. Friday. May 4, Sat., May 5. large family room w/Hreplace and built- 30 ACRES FOR SALE All fenced In, loaded with pines. Great Investment.
wides at $800 down. Call 755-5115. 900400. From Bradford Hospital ONE ACRE OF LAND:Septic tank power in bar. Screened In back porch small Located In Lowtey area.

Circle B Homes, Lake City. FL. take Colley Rd. to Southgate Drive, pole. In Graham. Call 485-2723 after p ba 6wIekto- WATERFRONT...
1990 DOUBLEWIDE: 24x44.3 BR, 2 BA. follow signs. 7 6 o.m. 9 dryFencbackyard.
Wood siding and shingle roof plus SIX FAMILIES: Clothes of all sizes, furniture I SELLING DUE TO HEALTH: 4 BR/2 BA 190' ON SAMPSON LAKE 160' on Deer Foot Troll Road, 170' deep. Great
free delivery and set up. 14995.Call ,toys,games,dishes.Lots of misc. REAL ESTATE den w/fireplaoe CH/A 8 ceiling fans, fishing lake. Now': the time to buy waterfront property.
755-5114. Circle B Homes Lake City. Thurs.. Fri. ft. Sat, 1 1/2 mi. West off OUT OF AREAOCALA dishwasher fenced backyard storage eST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT HOME Beautiful view of St. John River Home has
301, CR 125 Lawtey. 7 /workshop.Walk to schools, 100' of riverfront boat
BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- prlv. ramp, 100' sea wall landscaping I I. gorgeous.
wide. $1,000 Dn. Pmt. Singlewide, SATURDAY. MAY 5: 9-5. Bed washer NATIONAL FOREST: wooded stores. AssumaWe. 964-6877, Roodfront Is paved on CR 13. Fantastic investment. Wonderful Get-Away.
$500 dn. pmt. Everyone can buy-bad motorcycle tires etc. 1019 Eastwood lots river access. $5950 each. No 16 KEYSTONE AREA WATERFRONTS
credit or no credit. Call 755-5114. Drive (by Southslde Elementary). money down. $71.41 month. Owner. 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON 3.2 ACRES: In BEAUTIFUL CONTEMPORARY 2-story cedar redwood home. 150"01' lakefront
Circle B Homes Lake City FL 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN Graham. New appliances. Dish- 4BR/3 BA. 3400 SF, CH/A, fireplace, glass enc. sunroom hot tub sauna
10 washer and Fireplace.964-2520 after greenhouse, sprinkle tyst., Ig.deck floating deck $239,000
5 p.m. 16 IMMACULATE 3 YR. OLD brick home w/3 BR. 2 1/2 BA. 2300 SF, CH/A. 97' of
lakefront dble.fireplace, walking distance town. $199,000
-PRESTIGIOUS 4 BR/5 BA 3500 SF Home with 3 decks, CH/A, 800' paved
driveway 100' lakefront. sprinkle syst. REDUCED-OWNER FINANCING.
e7 PLUS ACRES ON LAKE GENEVA 293' of lakefront 315' on SR 100 Buy all or

,..om!! REDUCED! $20. 00, ..,._ .(w.." OWNEILFINpNCING| | <:

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L.CR 229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 INVESTMENT BUSINESS FOR JALEi Trailer park: 4 {trailer ;;If"r.nt.d41 Ion

,wG, ., rented w/4.5 ac.. 450' well, septic tanks, also Inc. 1800 SF block home, 3 BR,
2 BA. CH/A w/huge fireplace, Sep. well and septic tank. Financing available.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR SALE Fantastic Investment on 301. Great loca
tion. Priced to sell. Call today for details. '
EORlS LEI
BXT OWNER
DOWNTOWN CALL STREET 3300 SF store with CH/A. Beautifully located,
great business' opportunity. Reduced to sell $45,000
| EQUAL HOUSING '- > -ew .- REALTOR INSTANT FINANCING -10 ACRES ON US 301 NORTH With large commercial Building. 589 Ft. on 301:
3300 SF. Store and living quarters. Two closed In barn attached..
Mobile Home Lots with well & septic. w/carport
Susan M. Faulkner OR! CRB President
Qualified No Down Pump house and CB Restrooms, asphalt driveway French drain sytem. 2-2"
buyers Money
pump and well and large private pond in rear of landscaped
property. Beautifully
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. Building lot in Keystone ........<...............$3.000e for a wonderful money-making business. Priced to sell. Call today. -

200 Acres in Bradford County...............$1.500 Acre
Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R. 10O 221 Lafayette st.| e 100 Acres South of Hampton.................1.250 Acre AFTER HOURS

CONERLY ESTATES Approx. 2100 SF, n.w carpet brick veneer 3 BR/2 BA e Commercial Building on Edwards Road ....$ 0.000e Sandra TorwIIUgar . . . . . . . 964-4211

on.ocr., nicely landscaped solar hot water. 63-90 New 5.000 sq. ft. warehouse south of Ann TerwIIUgar Brown. ... . . . . . .473-7541

*LOT ON CANAL for overnight camping only $5,000 ....90 Starke for Sale or Lease Debra Connaughton. . . . . . . .964-2833

+CHERRY STREET 2-.tory, 4 BR. 2 BA on 110x130 lot also versatile CB bldg. e 60 Acre Farm with 2 houses & barn Cccolla T rwlll*gar. . . . . . . . 964-7776
approx. 1600 .l. new roof on home ft building. 37-90 fenced with 2 fish ponds .
I *STERN ROAD 4 acre*. Hat 2 hornet, 1 MH ft extra mobile home rental loll. e 43 Acre farm with .200 sq. ft. home in

Very good Income producing property. 39.90 Alachua County.................................150.000
*BRICK VENEER:3 BR/1 BA. Fenced In yard between Starke and Lawtey.
Attumable mortage. Only 42000. 30-90( e 6 1/2 Acres near Lawtey......................$15.000

*GOLFVIESOnly 2 nice larg. building lots left. 23-90 Lake lots in Alachua County Restricted
*RETIREMENT COMMUNITY Beautiful doublewide with extrat. Call for for houses only Accelerated

private thawing. 16-90 3.OOO sq. ft. home on Suwannee River at Realty inc.

*OVER 500 FOOT FRONTAGE on Hwy 301 N. 10 Acre, hat u llltl.t on proper Fowlers Bluff....................................$175.000

ty.* HWY 16 W Doublewlde, completely furnished over 1 acre. Partially 14-90 fenced : !
nice driveway, CH/A.lg. Screen porch. 13-90 BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY 964-4544 I -1 :

*KINCSLE LAKE AREA Large doublewlde with extra room built on and largeopen
Ronald E. Newman 964-6881 Hwy. 301 S.
porch. Beautiful large oakt workshop and garage. 11.90 :
*7S PLUS ACRES 2900 f..t on hard road. Beautiful pastureland 3 BR/1 BA Starke, FL l..f I
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from. house. 3 wells, barn 30x40 block building 4 chicken hou.... Will IW.l rwsxxHomes '
divide or tell all. 62-90 e a
*I BR/1 BA ON BEAUTIFUL 2.5 ACRES large workshop teparate laundry ./ s/Lot VAcreage JVlaterfrontJ
room CH/A. Priced for quick tale. 38-90
., It *NICE 3 BR/I.IIA fenced 1/2 acre with trees. Great starter home. VA.FHA I.OUTLAW "J > Farm NConnnercialPWDALEWOOD
conventional financing. 189-89 iiln$ $

*BR/1 BA ON ONE ACRE C.nt. H/A. Priced at$33,000 for quick tale. 18-90 SUBDIVISION BR/2 BA CB Home Family Room CH/A Ran I
*BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CORNER LOT on hard road, reitrkted building 9644522 Refrl and Dishwasher 1800 SF, Landscaped Lot.
3/4 acre plut. 21-90 STAR=P4BL You Fun Service Real Estate Office (SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norweigan Brick Living Dining S Family
*32xeO DOUBLIWIDEi 4 BR/2 BA lola of extrat. Cent. H/A all 3/4 plywood I Room, CH/A 2310 SF. Porches 2.8 Ac.
carpeted floor Great room large dining room. 1900 plus square foot. A steal (COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/1 BA Frame, Llvlng-Dlnlng-Kltchen Combo
at 39900. 198-89 : : 'r. w/Snack Bar Den Screened Porch 3.62 Acres, Pole Barn Nice Cleared.
21x40 DOUBLIWIDEi 3 BR, 2 BA. 1.37 acre., great room. dining room. Load : H I Spot for Garden.
s ed with built In extrat. 12x20 screened deck. 11x18 _k..p. 12x14 pum-' r1 1403 PRATT STREET 3 BR/1 B 1/2'IACB ft Frame, Large Family Room, Laundry -
phoute and tool thed. Great buy mutt tee to appreciate 192-89 ''besi'g'nated'AppraiserAppraisals IV Room. Nice lot.
*1 12 ACRES! Almost new home.Close to lake. 146-89 REALTOR *,jfiyi>n SOT 211 at NEW BRICK HOME BR/2 BA Stove, Refrl ft Dishwasher Sun Deck 2240 I
OWNER FINANCING 3 acrei, 10500. 147-89 SF, Well ft Septic, 1 Acre. L .
*ALMOST 2000 S.F.I 3/4 acre in Country Club. 33-90 for Resfd LAKE ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame. Large Family Room w/Flreplace, CH/A, f
*$ t.900. Doublewlde on 1 acre. 3-90 2184 SF hat 576 SF Workshop landscaped Lot.

WATERFRONT REDUCTION! Beautiful horn. Needs to tell. 1.7 acret on .10! BEAUTIFUL M ACRES tf ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY! 3BR/1BA A-Frame w/Porche All Round, til
306-89 ..>_ 24x50 Pole Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed, Well
lak. ft
S Brkk Septic, On Paved Road
ft
Cedar. I Beth, Over M0 SPFenced.
TOP QUALITY ALL THE WAY 'ROUND Make- oppt. today to view this 2800 SF 115. 3 Acre ...wR:4,., Oerege Many Extras"Tlr.rl'.r.h QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3BR/2BACB, Two-Story Stove S Refrlg Elct Heat,
home. 181-89 Window AC Well ft Septic 1 Acre.
*LAWTEY JUST OFF 125i BR block ham.$46,000 34.90 CHURCH STREET 3BR/18A Frame ft
3 concrete *SR UWi Gorgeous dblwlde.3/2.Ofl A.All Appl Pool 2 1/2 Ac. $47.500 Brick CH/A Range, Refrlg
*IN-GROUND POOL 51.90 Dishwasher ft Fan, Nice Corner Lot
4 BR. Only 79900. ,
FENCED YARD.
CONVENIENT 2 BR, 1 BA. Inexpensive 'living.
Only$23.900
NEW LISTING 3 BR/1 BA. Mobile home on 2.45 acres with a 10x30 add-on.5390.LAKI.RONT *EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD! Stucco / CH/A. FP.rge.. rfg., D.W. $39.500 B LAKE GENEVA!2BR/1 BA Frame, Screened Porch.' ., 14x16 Utility Bldg Well

26000. *63 ACRES OF CLEARED FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Well. $2.000/Ac. Septic.
PROPERTY With 3 BR/2 BA Doubldwlde with CH/A. One-car *ACIESi. Heavy timber. Highway frontage, lowtey area. $2200/Ac, ITWO ACRES IN COUNTRYl BR/2 BA Doublewlde Mobile Home CH/A F1
46-90 Stove ft Refrl Graham Area.
garage on Sampson Lake. *LAKEFRONT: Fish ft Swim.Wend cottage. Fum. Sandy beach. $....
.900
*LAWTEY ARIA 4 ocret with 3 BR/1 BA home with 2068 SF living with a 2 *FRAME UOOSF.4 BR/1 3/4 lA. Large lot. In Country. $45,000 4 HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2 BR/1 BA Frame Stove ft Refrlg Nice Lot, Good
BR/1 BA Mobile horn used. for rental. 36-90 Rental Property. -
*ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE! Brick 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA.CH/A.
Rge.Refrlg. $49.900
TWO ACRES IN CITY with 2 BR 2 BA h_.*. This could be mad Into. 3rd COMMERCIAL PROPERTY!
*HIGHWAY 16 WEST 4212, CH/A, 1496 SF on 1 Ac. REDUCED. $54,000
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9-90 s 1 HWY 301 South 200 Ft. of
BR. on Highway Plenty Warehouse Space.
*IN COUNTRY CLUBi Brick 3/2 CH/A. All Appliance
..' *FIVE ACRES IN COUNTRY with 3 BR 2 BA Doublewlde.. CH/A. Fireplace In *SXC. 2-corgoroue. 200 SF. HWY 301 North Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 EA CB Home, 12x60 Mobile
NEIGHBORHOOD! Near hospital Corner lot, 3/2 CH/A. REDUCED
.' den. 211-89 Home, 40x60 Auto Shop 3 Tank and
'<.' *BRICK 3/IiCH/A. walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. $48.300 Repair Septic 4 Well w/Pumps an 3
*4.87 ACRES ON NE 30th Auras Call office. 42-90 Acre
.. ) *WORKING CHICKEN FARM with 3 BR I BA house on SO acr_. !36-90 **BEDFORD LAKE 2/1. CH/A,completely. turn. Nke. 100x300 $73,000 -Eest Cell Street .. Nice Office/ Bldg Suitable for Doctor or Dentist Practice.
BRICK CH/Ai Over 2000 SF In the 2.71 Acre.
9 country on
*THREE LOTS Each 75x200 with privilege to George' Lok*. All 3 for$7800. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*NEAT ft CLEANi
2/1.
Heat Air.//Moke appointment to tee. $29,900
On paved road. 38-90_ *STARKE HISTORIC _.6SR/3 1/2 BA.6 pie.. Duplex. 1 Ac. REDUCED 40 ACRES- Can be purchased In 20-Acre Tract, Planted Pine, Near |

*BEAUTIFUL 1 STORY brick ft cedar form home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acres.IN 'r.i Lawtey'HOMES .
STARKE CB 3/1. CH/A.: 120OpluSF, 11 Oxl 10lot. $38.500 BLDO LOTS Hwy UW City Water ft Sewage, Owner Financing.
: Call Our
One of Professionally
'" REDUCED-Cedor home. Franklin Move. CH/A. roe.., refr.. den on 1 acre. NOME BLDO LOTS Shady Oak S/D. Brooker.r ,
Trained Staff Today..964-5O69 *OVER O ACi Brick, 4/21/2. CH/A. fpk. aver 2100 SF. All appliance FOUR B-ACRE TRACTS Brooker, Hwy Frontage, Owner Financing.
*WATERFRONTiCrosby Lake canal. Doubl wife. CH/A. Roe..Refrlg. 134.000 THREE 2-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker Owner Financing.
y;. ir After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: t.' ACRES New River Well
.- *FARM HOUSE B ARMS on 3 acs.Good area doe to Start*. REDUCED Frontage on ft Septic.

:" av .1 e Irene L. Ftuslkner..964-B14a. CEDAR J-STORYl SBR 3BA.All appliance 2.FF 7 acre.. Appt.Only
; : Darlene Oodwln..468 2503d *CRYSTAL LAKE HOMENTBd BR.CH/A, rge.. ..... fplc. 1300 SP 1 ex. $42.500 AFTER HOURS
*US 301 SOUTH wide. J 4 J Weyne Dougle 9646993I BIN .
Large triple 3/2 On 4.$plus acre*. $67,000 Dodd 964-7408 I
",.,p\t\l'$ Warren Woody Ryder.....964-9040 Nevis Word-964-7494 Bill Gnann-. 964-6664
3 ;;p. e Thornae. (Tom) OttM......964-a78O We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings

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Starke HELP WANTED PERSONAL SERVICES BOOKS
I Area Ads PUBLICATIONS

REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATE NEEDED: HANDY MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting
Will tend to school and leach. Call

lFOR. ,SA.tE'( c. I ::110RSAL1{ :( : 1 : T" : SUMO Faulkner. 864-5069. Major Plumbing Repairs.,ElectrICal 25 yrs.Decks Experience.AddItions MONEY/CREDIT NOT NEEDED. Make

ct! [ OR1f E 15TAKING Local references.Woody Hewitt, 964- real methods.estate$4.00.fortune.372-5248.Book reveals many
APPLICATIONS for manager A 5405.//17
ALUMINUM PLATES.Measures NEWSPAPER MACH FIBERGLASS\ Truck topper..Fits HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS Jot attendant for Town Country Exxon. PAINTING AND REPAIRS Residentialor 18TIRED
24x36 Isuzu long wheel base. $150. CaU Apply at: Town Country Exxon 800 OF YOUR MORTGAGE? Book
lnches.5 rant Close to prison. Call 468-1323. commercial. Satisfaction
each. Great for patching 964-8832. 12 S. Walnut St Starke. guaran will show you how to cut oft thou
and TFN 13. teed. Terms available. Local references.
repairs TELEGRAPH. 135 W. GAS RANGE WITH MATCHING HOOD LICENSED COSMETOLOGIST: 964- sands. Recorded message gives
:
Call SL Starke. 12 STATE EMPLOYEES,need home close Woody Hewitt 9S4-5405. details. hrs 3726150
((24 )
SLEEPER for Avocado in color.Call after 4:30: p.m., to your work? We have dean mobile 4151 anytime. 15 17LET
964-9317. pickup 12 truck. $500. Call 9646624. 12 homes available. call 463-I323. TFN CNA's: HRS approved looking for tilting US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK': iffMISCELLANEOUS

1/2 CT. DIAMOND FASHION RING TRUSTWORTHY YARD HOME SALE: 13MOBILE lobs for the elderly or young. Invalidsor Residential and Commercial, reasonable
yel- Over 100 HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY well. Hourly rates. Call 964-2170. rates FREE estimates.
low gold 4 engagement rings from 1/ items on sale. Lawnmower, Specializing -
4 to 1/2 ct. yellow and white gold. For $199; one gal. Spray Doo $14.09; WATER. SEWER.CABLE TV. 2 BR 15GENTLE in Houses,Pools,Mobile Homes,
1 BATH. 064-7498 TFN 13 PERSON to love 3 1/2 Month POP-UP CAMPER: 1975 Bon Air sloops
Information call 473-7439 work gloves 89 cents; 1 1/4 gal plas- Buslnes. .. Call R 4 S PRESSURE
Mon.-Fri.
9 HOME LOTS WITH old baby.8 hrs. MWF, Personal references 6ACandheat. $1800.Goodcondiion.
MOBILE CITY
a.m. to 5 p.m. 12 Mo gas can, $1.88; 32 gal. Rubber- WASHING, Randy. 964-3477/984-
)14 CARAT DIAMOND RING with 15 diamonds maid trash can with wheels, $13.09; WATER. SEWER CABLE TV. 964- required. 964-5952. 5801 or Stefan 964-2281.tfn Call 964-5875 after 4 p.m TFN8X33
rural mall boxes 7498 TFN 13 15WATKINS 11NICK'S 19
$4.99
$550 firm. Makes ; spray pain
Mothers a great $1.89; 12' electric string trimmer. LAWTEY APARTMENTS now accepting DEALERS NEEDED: To sell LANDSCAPE LAWN SERV- TRAVEL TRAILER SALE/TRADE
Day gift also 1980 Cutlass for 1 a 2 BR AWatklns Products.Earn 25%to 50% for acre wooded land. Also trade
wagon, 48,000 original miles nice $31.99; treated lumber, plywood. applications apartments. ICE: (Nick & Ruby Harper). We're
Profit Call collect. ((904)) 782-3068. Pontiac for 4-2337.TFN
kitchen van.
,
carv 12100, call 964-9704 12 hardware building supplies. Free Equipped carpetanddrape. expanding our business and takingon f
1 aFULL
SOFA. .OVE SEAT AND CHAIR. Solid delivery. Vi.alMC. 7 miles South of Cable ready. EHO, 782-3531.TFN new accounts. Clean-outs, trim- 19
TIME REAL ESTATE SALES 198534 FT.CRDS COUNTRY MOTOR
Starke BEDROOM ming, mulching,' mowing and land-
on 301.
463-2624.
mauve, never used. Layered pillow Stephen 3 2 BATH BRICK HOME:
HOME
ASSOCIATE. Foraconfldentlal by Sportcoach. Fully self contained
back Smith Lumber and Trustworthy BuildIng Between Starke and scaping.9645760daytime7823354evenings.
and
,large beautiful.Divorce sale Keystone
Supply. Sale ends May 17. view; call Lavern Outlaw 9644522.PERSONAL 17 with all options. Automatic
$675. Call 964-2874. 12 Heights.RefereneesrequiredFenced
levelling Jacks all windows
,
12 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Saratoga awnings
PIT GROUP: 6 pas blue/mauve. New, yard, comer lot, paved street. 964- since 782-3140
3 HP AIR COMPRESSOR SERVICES Heights. Mon.-Fri. Call 964-7562 or Garaged new.
never used.Sacrifice.$450.Call 964- : With 20 gal. 4910. 13 19
2874.12 tank.New$325. Call 964-6410 leave 14 FT. WIDE MOBILE HOME: 2 BR. 782-3665. 22 yrs. experience.
WANT TO DRINK THATS YOUR BUSI-
11
message. 12 furnished
SOFA LOVE SEAT AND CHAIR Blue/ or unfurnished. In excellent
: TORO NESS! WANT TO STOP? THAT'S ..
RIDING LAWN
MOWER 2 location. --- -----
Mauve. Brand yrs. $250/Month. $100 deposit
new selling due to
divorce. Sacrifice.- $395. Call 964- old.. 11 hp 44' cut, $1200; Maytag Cad 98<1-87<14. 13 OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous 964-
2874. 12 washer.1 yr.old,used very little$250 ON A QUIET STREET:3 BR 1 BA unfurnished 3619,964-4150,964-8614. 17
HANOI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings firm;Weedeater flood condillon,$65; home. $375/MontrS. Call 964- EVERGREEN lawn LAWN SERVICE: For all (L Keystone Area Ads ] I
maintenance needs. Reasonable
your -
storage buildings garages, green couch and chair. $100; coffee table 5377 after 5:30: p m. 13
rates,quality work.964-4686,
houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy and two end tables$40;kitchen table TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: $250
301 South, 964-8848 TFN and 6 chairs, $50;ceramic kiln and all per month $100 deposit Call 964- 4682225. 17 ,
1212X21 furniture, $250 firm; United Standard 8614. 13 REMODELING. ROOFING ROOM --

CARPORT $990.NO DOWN water conditioner, purifyer and soft- FURNISHED ONE ROOM COTTAGE: ADDIITIONS: Carports, concrete HELP WANTED PERSONALPAY
PAYMENT.Handl House ner In perfect condition. Paid 3500. Sleeps one. Utilities Included. $200/ work, aluminum or vinyl siding and
301 South portable Will sell for $1500 firm. Call after 5 Mo. On Hwy 100 South. Call 964- soffit systems. Free estimates. Call CAREER IN REAL ISTATI-W train. Call YOURSELF PIRST-Don't have time
Starke
buildings Hwy 964-
TFN p.m. during the week anytime on 7255.13 Garrison Construction 964-6281, Dean Weaver, Watson Realty Carp. between work play and the kids? You
8848 12
FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL Mulch weekends. Ph. 964-7554. 12 LARGE 3 BR, 2 BA DOUBLEW1DE: In anytime. Mark Garrison, license no. REALTORS 473-4816- 475-2372. deserve a clean hous. Let me clean
E-14255. 17 for Excellent rfrncs. Call
SEARS CRAFTSMAN 3 Excellent location. 6mochg-l1-30-3-30 you.
hp EdgerTrimmer. $310/Mo., $100
for landscaping 782-3140. tfnMARY'S $100.00. Call 964-9200. deposit. Call 964-8704. 13 WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME: Evening INSURANCE tALES-Excellent career opportunity Robin 473oso. 1tpd4-19
12
12CABBAGE 2 BDRM. MOBILE HOME In town hours. Call 064-8407 anytime after 3 training and benefits. NOUSECLEANING-We kly, monthly or
on city
VARIETY SHOP
Sales
: ,wicker .
p.m. 17 $225-t35O w..kly. Western Southern lust one 4734055.
CRATES Corn Crates, lot with chain link fenced yard. Available
used
furniture
appliances TV's ODD JOBS Home and Business 4rcha/3-15-22-29-4.05!
Squash Crates.Price : repairs life. 376-5811. 4tcha4-19-26/5-3-10
microwaves, VCR's, .You name it, I 782-3997. 12 negotiable Call 064-4757.furnished or 13 unfurnished. Call and construction. Screened porches, CASHIER-Kitchen help. Apply 7415 SR BINGO I-Sunday afternoon 12 noon to 5

carry III.Alwas looking for such items. UTILITY TRAILER: 4x8 good condition, decks, also garden ponds call ODD 21N. Keyiton Heights 473-4445. p.m. Saturday night at 7 p.m.American .
Stop In If you wish to sell something. Legion Highway 21 N.
JOBS 964-8565 or 964-9622. TFN 2tchg4265.3
new body.Sears Brush Whacker, HELP
new
WANTED "
304 E Call SL, 964-3250. Eveningscall three attachments. Call 17 RETIRED PERSON-to fill In as Mini- 4tchg4-5/26
964-5813. Don't' call after 9pm. 12KING 964-7629. WE DO HAULING: Any type needed. storage manager during vacation sick ROOFING AND REPAIR-Qualitp work atreasonable
TFN 12 SIZE RAIL. CAR REPAIR FACILITY needs Lawn services of all types. Call 782- days and occasional odd days off. Call rates. Call George at
WATER
PIANO FOR SALE: Responsible party to with headboard BED 6 drawer pedestal welder with mechanical ability. Ap- 3084 anytime. TFN 17 4737683. 3tchg4-26/5-3-IO 475-2977 or 473-3480 (horn)
,
assume small monthly payments on $150; Super ply In person, Mon.-Fri. 30-4: p.m.at SU-EL'S RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: TYHST-Needed P/T-full-tlme. Some 4tchg4/4-12-19-26
single, new, $50. 9643728.
Spinet Can be seen locally. Kustom Karr Corp.. Reynolds Industrial Featuringaretirement community and telephone answering. Apply In esxton TRACTOR WORK-Bushhogglng, back
12
Credit Dept.. 904-254-8481. Park, Hwy 16 East, Green Cove home. Licensed supervision 24hoursa at U.S. Body Source I \A mll.s South of free blade and disking $25.00 p.r hour,.

12LOTS :f'OR 'RENT i Springs, FL 15 day.Certified nursing asst, first aid. Hampton on 329. Monday thru Friday, estimates 473.4849.4tchg3.8.15.2226

OF MISCELLANEOUS: L-shaped JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: CPR trained staff. We are a retirementcommunity 9.'. ltchgS-3 JACKIE'S CLEANING S.rvic.. Home
couch with size bed in It $550 Openings available In several areas, PARTTIMECLERKTYPISTGreet or
queen ; FURNISHED ROOM WITH utilities -not a nursing home. : public Offlc. Reasonable rates Light or
AIR.atl
glass table and chairs, $150; Ken- paid. From $37.50 weekly. will train. For kilo call 708-742-8320. Not affiliated with any religious or- type 40 wpm, heavy office skills, heavy! cleaning, Phone 473.7912.
wood stereo $1200 king size waterbed up ext. 362. 15 Call
; Walnut ganizations. Sue today,468-2619. some bookkeeping.M.Tu.Thr.Fri.Call 4tchg4-5-12-19-26
with drawers $250; wall unit, MAGNOLIA HOTEL St. ATTENTION EARN! MONEY TVPIN3 tfn 17 473-4911.ext. 206. 15 ONE CAU-We'll do It all. Housecleaning
$30; kerosene heater, $60; two end Starke, In front of Post Office. AT HOMEI! 32.000/yr. Income potential. DAY CARE AVAILABLE for senior citi- painting, yordwork, small repairs. Call

tables,15/bolhmerTi; .10-speed bike 13 Details.(1))S02-838-85B5, Ext T- zens. Monday -, Friday. Call Su-EI, AUTOMOBILES Robert or Shirley. Exper. Refs
2 BR 1 BATH MOBILE HOME: Clean.
$35; woman's bike, $35. Call 473- 3493. 15ATTENTION 468-2619. tfn 17 473-0713. 4tpd315222945RESPONSIBLERoommot
7434.12 Air. in the pines. Garden space partially : EARN MONEY WATCHING ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems; button 1971 TOYOTA PU-4-sped transmission : wanted. $45
BECHMAN HD V.O.M. furnished. $200 month, first and TV! $32,000/yr. Income potential. and end. $125 obo. 4734613.
100 ,Simpson 2607 holes patches.etc. Drop off and pick rear per week.. 473-4868 or 475.1397 after 5
MRT V.O.M.; T.I.F. Pyrometer; last Call 964-6918. AI Young. Details. 1-602-838-8885 Ext. A- up. 7 days a week.7anv8pm.964- 1tchg5-3 p.m. 1tchg412l9MATURE
Craftsman 18' chainsaw, hard case; KINGSLEY LAKE: 2 BR 2 BA Double- 3493. 15ATTENTION 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from 1973 PONTIACVentura, 2-door. Great WOMAN-To assist retired man
Pioneer Quartz PL600 Turntable.964- wide.Central air,dishwasher. Private :EASY WORK EXCELLENT Southskte Elem. Hwy 100TFN gift for arod. $1350. 473-7656 bet 7 In home. Room and board. 4752343.
8782. 12THRUSTER pier. $350/Week. 533-2602 or 752- PAYI) Assemble products at home. 11PRESSURE pm.9 p.m. 4tchgS-3-10-17-24 tchg4.19

PLUS Long Shaft Trolling 4339. TFN 13 Details. 16028388885.Ext A-3493. WASHING: Houses side-

Motor. Seldom Used. Paid $565, OLiN'S SUBDIVISION, MOBILE Home 15RNOR walks, driveways. Roof Repairs. Tree FOR SALE BOATS FOR SALE
$299 FIRM. Call 964-5289. lots for rent, water and sewer fur- : Day shift, micro-hand surgery. Surgeon. Call 964-6341. Terry Parks.

nished, cable N available. 782-3333 OR experience preferred Apply to TFN 17 LUXURY CONDO-End Unit 3BR/2BA, It7 CHAPARRAL-70 Hp Mercury

Ramadan Hand Institute Lake Butler CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free es- utll. room, garage, screen porch Motor runs well. 473-3193

,Hospital, phone 1-496-2323. timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., overlooking Geneva Springs. $64,000. 4tpd4-19-28-3-10
f IIIF RMi owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. 475-3116.v.nings. 51chg5-3/31 34 Pt. HARRIS-pontoon boat with 18 hpEvinrud
J I RE IAP'1R SIMMRil1f : ..ATTENTION!.EARN i.MOMEX TVPWQ:< TFN 17FSAL CHAMPION DW-24x52t.gBR/2BArcM/A., *. Nw Deck and hard top

.- erlar : .:, IR: $...sE.WINGMACHItJE Tok.over pmts. $221Itl1l( .)plant Due S3300Wovable. aluminum dock by
3 '1i'alal AND SERVICE: All makes 11800. Will n. ..4TfS-W1. Shoremotten. 4-4'xtO' sections,
17283. 15SECHETARIALPOSITION' and models cleaned oiled and Adjusted 4tpd4-19-26-3-10 1"xl0'laclion. 1 dock bench. $2200.

Large or Small Loads of Llmerock available.Full $15. New and used sewing PIANO-Roiponslbl party to assume Call 4737127. 2tpd4-[6/.3
or part time. Call Susan Faulkner machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan small monthly payments on spinet FISHING RIG-14ft. Starcroft w/Galv
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer 964-5089. 15 Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 piano Can be seen locally. Credit Gator trailer and 5 HP Evinrud motor

CHILD CARE: After school evenings Dipt. 9042548481. 3tchg4-26-5-IO Must see to appreciate. 9504737053.

nights and weekends. For mature, NEW conditioner.WHIRLPOOL.Wlndow 10,000 BTU 110 Volt. Used air- 1986 PROCRAFT: Maroon and silver .

reliable, dependable care, call 964- 2 weeks. Sales slip and balance of$300 real sporty) 171/2 Foot, 135 Manner
SecretariesIs 8522. TFN 17 obo. Warranty. Call Darlene at Oil Injected Powertrim Stainless prop
473.0864. 28 Ib. thrust Mariner trolling motor.
EXPERIENCED DAY CARE WORKER
LCR 2000 Humminbird depth finder,
first aid will
W/CPR training babysitany 2 live wells 20 gal on-board tank, 2
Is one ot Florida's premier time, any age. 964-9422. TFNWORD HOMES FOR SALE new batteries.; custom hauler trailer

I Cross haMicarprovtdara.Blue and Blue Shield of 17 Used approx. 75-80 hours. $7500
.
PROCESSING. Business letters decor,
GREAT LOCATION-Country
Will consider trade for equity. Call
Florida Inc.can exceptional .
manuscripts etc. 964-7013 ask for 2BR/2BA CB Home w/flroplaos. completely 064-8682 leave -
opportunities to professional message.
........ W. haw openings Brenda. remodelled In 1988, assumable
; ." 3 for experienced aecrtarla to PAINTING: Interior A Exterior. Also carpentry VA loan. Call today Sue Still 473-0723,
99'DOWN ," ; 35PERWEEK; : '= provide ninlslrallv..cn.tarIaIau work. Free estimates. Call Redfeorn-Richardson Realty Inc., SERVICESHOUSECLEANING.W.ekly

pporl to middle and upper anytime 964-8458. 17FREEDENTALSCREENINGduring 4731136. Toll fr.. 1-800-940-41O36.
Celica management. May. 4tcha4/5-4/26 monthly or
78 Toyota $1495 100.1 mile East of Keystone |lust one. 473-4055
Will get paid If you qualify as Dental HIGHWAY
Successful candkiateawill handle
2 Dr. 5 Speed. AC. Stk 03300 ROOFING AND work
a wide variety ot office duties Board patient. Call 335-9964 and Hghts.! 2BR/BA. 130.OOO. 376-5176 REPAIR-Quolity ofreasonable
Including correspondence leave message. 17 4tch g4/l2-5/3 rats Call Gorge at
81 Pontiac T-1OOO $595 preparation/ maintenance, LET US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK: MOBILE HOMC-$3995. Must be movd.: 479-2977 or 473-3480 (home)

4 Cyl.. AT PS. PB. AC. Stk #3286 meeting and facilities planningand Residential: and Commercial, reason- 2BR/1BA front kitchen. 475-1678. DRYWALL AND PAINTING-Small |lob
more. The Incumbent must 4tcha4/26-5-3-10 specialists. Available nights andweekends.
able rates. FREE estimates. Specializing -
80 Chevy Chevette $595 possess two-litre. years' in Houses.Pools Mobile Homes, MOTIVATED SEUER-Two bedroom cot- EVANS DRYWALL

2 Door. 4 Cyl.. 4 Sp.. Stk 3182 swcrUvtalxpnanc.hvagood, DVV4 Businesses. Call R & S PRESSURE tog. on swimming and fishing lak.. 473.7574.4tpd, 4.526M
of .
working knowledge or Possible owner financing 35000. .T. AND M-MOWING. Any average
other word processing: antiwar WASHING Randy 064-3477/964- Realtor Call Carol Coombs lawn.$10.
lovorn 4734055.
65 Ford F-1OO P/U .
$795 and type 5&-eo wpm with 118q. % 5601 or Stefan 964-2281.tfn 4733807. 1tpd4-26
473.3254 or ROOFING i REPAIR-Quality work ot
Stk #3298 17
V8 AT. SWB. OPEN HOUSE-Sot. and Sun. Paradise reasonable rates. Call George at

; We offer an excellent benelila Lake. 1900 sq.ft. CB horn*, gust cottage 475-2977 or ham. 43.3480. 4tchg5-24

'Ji-SI 99 DOWN : mtm 4OypER.WEEK package with to a skills salarycommensurate and from, 7488 Miller.Paradise$85,500.Dr.. follow 4733321.signs FLOOR SAGGIi.DOORDRAGGIN.HOUSE /


81 Buick Skylark $ 1495 should experience.melt Qualified their r resume applicants with NETTLES TREE TWO ACRE ESTATE: Near Golf Course. LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling OUT Service OF for

4 Dr..'V6. AT. PS. >B. AC. Stk. #3280 salary history to: Attractive 3 BR/2 BA quality-built On all your foundation repairs. 473-7721
SERVICE home. Fireplace, garage. paved
BRADFORD
SEPTIC TANK
80 Mazda 626 $1Q E 1.-RemcwaJ.' 'X''rt11xIIlg 1t road. $70,900.21 Showcase Call Trevor Properties.Waters. Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable SERVICE

4 Dr.. 4 Cyl.. AT. AC. Stk. #3308 + +yJ Century Broker. 4734903. 18 prices also drain line repairs.. Starke
Trimming;Deraosslng, 964-8121. TFN 11LOST

83 Ford Escort S/W $1995 Blue Cross sad Blue) ;r/R Mx-1F'reftod/ <(A. f.'f!..;;' ANIMALS

4 Df.. 4 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB. AC. Stk. Shield of Florida. bw. Removal of
In
Ann: Debra S. Hannah. Specializing MINIATURE HORSE-Over.lie-44\ ".
WFord F-100 P/U'' $795 Corporate Recruiter Dangerous Trees 2yrs, more, gr.y. Harness and halter RIWAtD-Return of dog lost April 20 In
Stk #3307 P.O. Box 44088Jackmlle. FREE Estimates broken. Gentle. $300 OBO. 4737053. City of Keystone. Long ears, long tall
STD. Trans.. '
6 Cyl.. FL 32231-4088 Licensed & Insured 1tpd5-3 black and whit throat wearing red

::t'S299POWN': -- S40' PER WEEK AIIE.- eelyEeperwMc IWII 496-1326 Call Thomas e take D. Nettles Butler MALE dochsund DOBERMAN-6, duck., mixed mas. old.breed chickens.puppy, collar"Shadow"w/Mlros. Family Vet. tag.heartbroken Answers to

PLEASE! call 4733310. ttrrS-3
80 Toyota Celica I. rabbits. 473-9389. ltpd5-3

2895 ....... r YARD SALES
2 Door. 4 Cyl.. AT. AC. Stk. 3211 .. : FOR RENTLAKEFRONTHoneymoon

Aries S/W < FRIDAY t to 4-Saturday 9 to 1 p.m. No
81 Dodge $2495 J'amTREE : cottage. 1BR early birds. Some camping equipment,
4 Cyl.. AT. PS PB. AC. Stk. 3279 I unfurnished screened porch, goad household Items etc. Golf Club
AND STUMP fishing and swimming bo.t.I .
I Estates. ltpdS-3
82 Mercury Lynx: S/W $2995 I Reasonable rotes nor Keystone GIGANTIC SAU-Saturday. May 5, at

4 C 1..45 eed. AC. Stk. #3299 I H.I ghts. 4734186. 3tchg4-26/5-3-10 AMVETS POST 86. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m..
REMOVAL TWO LARGE ....0..* Bath MH CH/A. Brooklyn Bay Road ((1 block East of SR

80 Mercury Capri 2495 '. . -. .' i -.... ... ,' I carptd fireplace. High Rlda*. 21). Something for everyone I ltchgS-3
300/mo.. 4752427. 2tchg4-26-3-3 4-FAMIUU-May ". 7077 SR 21 next to
6 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB. AC. Stk. 3285 .. tl r 1.t'il.rt il \: TWO LARGE ...-one bath MH, CHA.corp.t.d. John Brown's Homec nter. Lots of

r :PER fh1.qt u fireplace. High Rldg. good stuff. Items prlc.d to sell. ltpd5-3
[;4 499DN"/ 40 .WEEKfi $300/mo. 475-2427 2tchg4-26/5-3

: GENEVA SPRINGS-Condo. 2BK/2BA.
83 Chrysler E-Class $2 964-9300 1R.OR. Utll Room camp kitchen AC WANTED
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4 Cyl.. Af PS.: PB. AC. Stk. #3265 LUXURY Garage.CONDOEnd 495mo. 475-2052.Unit. 3BR/2BA.5-3 Utll CARPOOL-Btwn Keystone and NAS

Room, CH/A, goroo*,screened porch Jan. 7:30 to 4 leave Keystone at 6
83 Ford Escort $2995 overlooking Geneva Springs. $550 me. .. a.m. Call 4734470. ltchgS-3
4 Cyl.. 5 Spd.. AC. Stk. 3278 DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY 475-3116 Stchg5/3-31 NOD A HTflR-For your elderly motheror
cottage 1BR father? OR a nice place for them to

84 Subaru DL $2895V8 864 N.Temple Ave., Starke RONTHonymoon unfurnished, screened porch, good live Call Nancy ot 473-4669 anytime.

4 Cyl.. S S pd.. PS. PB. AC. Stk. 3252 Eve fc Weekends: 964-7578 fishing and swimming. b.... 2tpd5-3-10
Reasonable rates near Keyston
81 Monte Carlo $3495 Haig hts. 473-4186. 3tdg4-26/5.3.10

Chevy B. AC. Stk. #3276 WellDriffineResidential 100 1Q.".- IRI2SA, garage. don. NOTICE
$475/mo. plus deposit. 24-0199.

$699 DOWN Jllj $45'PER.\WEEKf=\ tic litigation SINGLE, WHITE. CHRISTIAN GENTlE- CLASSIFIED to the ADVERTISING Lake Region should Monitor b* submitted office -
MAN. 58 years old. "needs loom-
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84 Pontiac Gran Prix: $4495 peaceful home near expense Lake Brooklynand unless. this credit office.MONITOR Is. already establishedwith

V8, AT PS. PD AC. Stk. '3257 new Millers Mall. Call Don.a am STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
to 9.30: p.m.Cost runs$200/Month for MISTAKES
Chev Caprice $4295 Pump > RESPONSIBLE FOR
84 heatalr.phone.andrent4730301.nMEETING > CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
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81 Cadillac couIJe'deVI11e $4295 prior to Thursday's publication.
Full Loaded Stk. '325 Service OnAllMakes RESPONSIBU-Whlte female, 37. seeing Minimum charge Is$1.50 for 15 words
single man who likes to take walks
96A7061 Then 13 cents for each additional word.
84 Dodge Daytona 389S ,done and cook out. Writ to Joy, C/a W bills era mailed out, there will be a
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to clear, so they blocked off the bowling alley, with a single maple tually a stair landing that one enters Thoma'sville area'were'among the' ,i ;While building the Panama Canal, a plantation near Pebble Hill for five
street. alley.Following. between dual chimneys. The 100 wealthiest persons,in the United the medical profession determinedthat consecutive seasons, shooting quail.
Archbold Hospital, a medical ther visit to the fireplace flue divides into two States. mosquitos spread the dreaded Jackie Kennedy sought refuge in a
center for southwest Georgia, was museum, the group toured the separate flues, allowing a stair to go fevers, and once the fear of malaria local plantation after President John
built and equipped by a wealthy resident Lapham-Patterson house, built in up to the balcony from the r ar.During and typhoid were overcame, the Kennedy was killed. She stayed
In the 1920s, and was given to 1884-85 by a Chicago merchant,C.W. parties, musicians played on the Why Thomasville...? tourists went to warmer climes. several weeks.Thomasville.
the community. It now has 90 physicians Lapham. balcony.On One tour guide, a former school Time after time tour guides said is a thriving city to-
practicing, drawing patients Lapham had been injured in the the second floor, the two flues teacher, said Thomasville should "The original house burned and anew day, proud of its heritage, and rightly -
from a large area. great Chicago fire, and built the provided for fireplaces in two never have happened.. It has no house was built;" Thomasville so.
house with every room having a door separate rooms,but the two flues re- mountains, although the rolling hills seemed to have a rash of fires, par
Saturday Afternoon... opening on a porch or balcony. The joined for a single fireplace in themen's are beautiful, it has no seaport or ticularly in and around 1923, but no
Saturday afternoon the group bottom of the windows were floor lounge on the third floor. waterway. Why did wealthy families one ventured a guess why there were 1L
visited the Thomasville Museum, a level and reached the ceiling,allow- There were 7 or 8 bedrooms, each settle there? so many. One thing for sure, when a I
former residence on the Historic ing a person to exit through a win- with a triangle shaped closet (3 There seems to be no logical ex- house built of virgin long leaf yellow
Register, that houses a collection of dow in case of fire. sides). All rooms had at least two planation, other than the suggestionthat pine caught fire,there was no ray to
memorabilia. The house is unique, The Lapham house is three doors and one room had 7 doors. the climate was healthy put it out.People.
in that it was built without a basement stories, with a men's lounge on the None of the rooms were square, because of the pine trees in the area.
but a basement was added ata third floor. In those days, men some having five sides and some In the early 1900s, people didn't still come to Thomasvillefor
later time, but no one would know retired to a mens only lounge to having six sides. know how malaria and typhoid fever bird shooting. A guide says the
unless told.Behind smoke and talk. In the Lapham The house was bought by the Pat was spread, but they discerned that dogs do the hunting, and sportsmendo
the house is a log house, house, the large room,some 25 by 30 tersons In 1905. and they remainedits high land seemed to be healthier, the shooting. Birds, primarily
until
typical of above average financial feet, contained a billiard table and a owners 1970. and Thomasville met that criteria. quail, and to a lesser extent, turkeys
means people, since it was sealed stage at one end.The stage was used The wealthy owners referred to" The good times lasted until 1901. and doves, are protected during the
overhead. Most log houses had exposed for viewers to sit on while watchingthe the Thomasville homes as "Cabins, The tourist industry that filled the off season, to provide for good
rafters. billiard players.The even though some covered an acre of 150 plantations with owners and shooting in season.
Another house In the back yard is dining room on the ground ground, and the term is hard to guests, the 15 hotels and numerous President McKinley came to
termed a "mystery house,' since floor has a large fireplace, with a understand until one sees their Boarding houses, died overnight. Thomasville, and vowed to return if
the large front room has a long dim balcony over it, less than six feet homes in the north. In the 19th century Tourists fled to South Florida,according elected. fie was and he did.
protrusion. It turned out to be a above the floor. The balcony is ac- plantation owners in the to one guide. President Ike Eisenhowser visited

I I I Fishing Still Safe Commission SaysRecent Distribution Dates

. First Methodist to Install Minister of Music I Set SREC
by
information concerning sunflshhbluefCiIl. redear and speckl I
Although Owen Wingate directedthe Wingate comes to the Starke mercury levels in area waters panfish and Suwannee River Economic Coun-
choir for the First United church with excellent credentials, should not overly alarm area mercury levels in these species are cil, Inc. announces the distributionof o
Methodist Church homecoming last and a good, mostly Baptist, fishermen according to the Florida low. Also good news for fishermen is USDA commodities. You qualifyto business? a
Sunday, his installation as ministerof background, having attended the Game anti Fresh Water Fish Com that higher levels of mercury are receive commodities if you Opening' new
music will be Sunday, May,dur- Southern Baptist Seminary in mission. found in rivers. Lakes tested in nor- receive food stamps, receive AFDC, Announcing an engagement?
ing which time church members and Louisville and was most recently, Elevated mercury levels generally theast Florida have acceptable receive SSI, or meet the income Adding a new member to
visitors will have an opportunity to the minister of music at First Bap- impact the top of the line levels.In guidelines provided by SREC. your family?
hear his rich baritone voice as he tist in Kissimmee.A predators, and largemouth bass are Commodities must be picked up
sings a solo.Wingate the primary targets of advisories. Florida, mercury appears to only at the site designated on the Whatever your news be it
succeeds Bill McRae as native of Jacksonville, Owen Recommendations for the Suwanneeand come from natural and man-induced card. You must present your current invitations or announcements why
choir director for the church. After and Judy Wingate have two Santa Fe rivers call for consuming activities. Peat deposits in the state card to receive commodities. You or not let us print it for you? After all,
holding the position for seven years, daughters, Lauren and Jennifer. largemouth bass no more than have been known to contain up to six either of two designated alternates printing news is what we do best!
McRae said he wants to take a leaveof Choir rehearsals will resume once a week. For the fisherman who parts per million of mercury. This is may pick up the commodities. We're happy to announce that
absence, although he has favored Wednesday nights, at 7:30 p.m. enjoys bass fishing, catch and more than enough to produce USDA's Emergency Food we're now set-up to handle all
the church with solos and singing in All choir members and prospec- release is the perfect solution. elevated levels in some Assistance program is available to of personal and
the choir since leaving the leadership tive members are urged to attend The good news is that consumptionof acidic waters. such as the Suwannee all eligible recipients regardless of aspects your And because
choir rehearsal next week. panfish is not limited. Redbreast River. business printing. ,
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HELP WANTED NOTICE or Distribution handicap. site and dates are as deadlines you can expect quick

I [ Union County Area Ads ] CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should ba submitted follows May :7 through May 18, 134 E. turnaround rates-and time we think at very that's competitive some

AIFORD TOWN COUNCIL I I. now accepting to tha Union County Time office South Street, Starke, 9 a.m. til 4 p.m. uprv nnnri nnwq
application for the position of In writing and paid In advance Please bring a bag or box in whichto
town dark. Applicant must be a resident unless credit I I. already ftftablishad place your commodities. This 964-5764
In the limit of Ralford and all
city ; with this off lcs.
HELP WANTED months commodities are butter,
FOR SALE applicants must ba received later
no THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Bradford
butter beans
peanut vegetarian
than ,
Jun. 4 1990. 2tchrg. 5/3-5/10.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN .wi.
BILL'S APPLIANCE USED SALES AND JOBS IN ALASKA Hiring. $600 wkly. ATTENTION EARN MONEY TYPING AT CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER green beans, canned pork. .
REPAIR SERVICE. tall Summer/Year Around. Canneries, HOME I 32,000/yr. Income potential. THE TELEPHONE.
Buy torn morn
trod. torn, fix oma 4962090. 4tpd. fishing construction Call Nowl! Detail., ((1)) 002-B38-B885 Ext. T9127. Classified deadline I I. MONDAY SP.M. ,
4/12-4/26 th.n TFN. 1-206-736-7000 Ext. 3205-BK. 4tchrg 3_. 53517. ., prior to Thursday publication.
PIANO; FOR SALI Responsible party to A12.53.AnENYION. Minimum charge I I. 15 word for$3.50,
assume small monthly payment on EASY WORK EXCELLENT YARD SALE then 15 cant for each word tharaafter.
.. PAY! Assemble product. at home.
piano. Can be .n locally.
Credit Dept. 904-254-8481. 3tchrg. Detail ((1)) 602-838-88S5 Ext. W9127. FAMILY YAK SALI at hardln' Florist on ai
4/26-5/10. 3tpd. 4953. Main Street Saturday May 5- All Day. ThE'$
ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING
53.SATURDAY.
PIANO FOR SALE Cable N.I.on with Itchrg.
I BOOKS Income
S32,000/year poten
bench. Excellent condition. $850. call
4963834. Itpd. 53.PERSONAL. tial. Detail. ((1)) 602-838-8885 Ext. MAY 5: 95. Household
BK9127. 3tpd. 41953. Items,clothing,prom dresses weightlifting -
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES from gear bike and much more. SR "i
SERVICESWELL $1 (U.- ..... ').' Dellquent tax property. .' .121 South 2 miles turn right 1/2 mile *. '" .
Repossessions. Call 16028388885. on left. Look for signs. 7
DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Do,- Ext. GH-9127 LnrIT 'y1
man Well and Septic Tank Inc.. 24 COOK. DISHWASHER WAITRESS.
Inch watar well. Pump- sales' ..r. CASHIER AND JANITOR NEEDED Dollav Madison served 16 years as
vice Installation septic tank, lift Dependable person needed for above our nation's First Lady..assuming
sta'lonsNew/ Installation dralnfleld' positions. Apply In person between the duties for the widowed Thomas
repair Contact Bryan (Skeetar) hour of B a.m. and 3 p.m. LaG Auto Jefferson and then eight years for 5
Jones-275-2004- Jon. 2752716. and Truck Plata Elllivllla. 2tchrg. her husband, James Madison.
After 6 p.m.Stat. licensedAll work 4/26-3/3.
guaranteed-estimate 1/25 Slpd. ATTENTIONS POSTAL JOBS Start
2/22 than/n $11.41/hourl For application Info callI SURPLUS AUCTION/OPERATION
FILL DIRT SEPTIC TANKS llmerock light ( ) 602)838-8885) ext. M-9127 6 CENTER
poles, wells or package deal.Culvert am.10 p.m.. 7 day. 3tpd. 426510. May 17th o TO HOW o
& dozier work. Call 275-2268. 7 am.7 GET PAID TOP MONEY Use your nursing
p.m. 275-2197 after 7 p.m. 14tpd. 3/1, skills and enjoy variety. Corrections, Starting at 9:00: A.M. CAN
5/31. hospital, ate. $18 to $23 an hour for At operation center, School Board of Bradford County, THUGSYOU
NETTLESTREE SERVICE:All typos troe .N'. $12.50 to $15 per hour for LPN' 519 N. Orange St. W., Starke, FL 32091 GET gIN
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Mon.-Fri. 9 to 5:30: PM or call ((904)) 964-6216 m
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Crime Victims' BRYAN'SAtCE

i Rights DiscussedAt

Rotary ClubThe .*ffthVI'

rights of crime victims and
court witnesses were outlined at the
EmJk1v Starke Rotary Club last week by
1 Laura Knudson, administrator of Hardware And JtnJk'
victim/witness services in the 8th
Judicial Circuit.The speaker was in- Garden Centers
troduced by State Len
p. t Attorney
Register, who said it sometimes appears -
that the rights of victims takea 100'S OF ITEMS ON SALE
back seat to the rights of
criminals.Ms. SEE OUR INSIDE CIRCULAR TODAY

Knudson said that the Florida
Constitution guarantees the right of
J t'' YJ q, a victim to be present and be heard M,
at all crucial stages of a criminal
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foyer lathe Wfadwr ftfanor cursing home.rerlool alaD capol"y...... you keep the State Attorney's office
advised of all Information in a case HOT DOGS

I New Nursing Home to Open in Starke in ;Juneby crime where"Victims,You she have are added.frequently been the victim entitled of to a & COKES

Sue Ellen Smith with each other," Brooks said. "1 Brooks said she'will not know how restitution for losses resulting from
BCT Staff WriterConstruction see it as an additional service to the much Windsor Manor will bill for patients a crime, such as medical bills, property At All Four Of Our Locations!!!
workers are putting community." until HRS inspects the facility damage,and stolen property,"
the finishing touches on a new, Brooks said that people who would and estimates what it can charge the speaker said. "If you want
120-bed nursing home located on have had to place their loved ones in based on operational costs. restitution, itemize and document All Proceeds Go To the Bradford
SR-loo and Laura Street in Starke. homes as far away as Palatka or Brooks, who has been with Ad- your losses, and retort to the assis-
Windsor Manor, owned by Jo and Green Cove Springs can now place vocare, Inc. for three years,was the tant state attorney I office as soon "County High School Kiwanis Key
Jim Hall of Pensacola-based Ad- them in the new facility. director of Human Services for the as possible. If you received Injuries, Club
vocare Inc., is slated to open The new home began taking ap- City of Jacksonville before Joining you may be eligible for crime-victim
sometime in June, pending an in- plications for employees yesterday. Advocare. She ,has a master's compensation to help pay medical
spection by Health and Brooks said she expects the home to degree In human services from the bills, lost wages, and funeral expenses
Rehabilitative Services, Windsor employ about 75 people once it is ful- University of : North Florida. ,"she added.
Manor Administrator Barbara ly operational.The Although now living In Jacksonville, If dissatisfied about the sentence 1 .
Brooks said.Brooks home Includes private and she will relocate to Starke soon, she given to a convicted criminal, the
semi-private rooms, a dining room, said. victim may submit a "Victim Impact tl II I ,
said the facility, the se- an outdoor courtyard, and activityand "We're just really happy to be in Statement describing the effect i iII
cond nursing home to open in Starke, lounge areas. the community and look forward to the crime has had on you per- I .
is taking applications for residents Windsor Manor, Brooks said, will working with the folks In Starke" sonally, Ms.Knudson stated.

now.Brooks said she be a skilled facility, which means it Brooks said.Windsor .-............
doesn't see the will offer physical, occupational,
new home as competition for the and speech therapy, depending on
Whispering Pines nursing home the needs of residents. Manor will be the seventh
located just one street east on Colley The facility will also be a nursing home operated by Ad- 9lwy. 301 9prtli !MoEie!
Road. Medicare and Medicaid facility as vocare, Inc. Other locations of Ad 91Q.
"It's almost foolish to think of nur- well as a private pay facility,Brooks vocare homes include Pensacola, 964-7500 "T J
sing homes as being in competition said. Gulf Breeze and Sarasota.AFFORDABLE. 538-0584 "


I Public Boat Ramp Guide AvailableMany 1 ORlAN WELLS

boaters and fishermen Know Northeast Florida. !
what lakes they would like to put The commission builds and maintains I
their boats in at but are frustrated in public boat ramps throughoutthe TJI.E.APARTMENTS
their attempts to find public boat slate, including 44 in the Nor- .

ramps.Now they have help. The Florida theast lakes region., ponds Ramps, rivers,can and be streamsof foundon COMJvFlE { 1I oA
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com all sizes. JC9L {$
mission has published the Guide To To obtain a copy of the publication 922 E. Brownlee St.
Public Boat Ramps.TtWpublication"will. boaters and fishermen should Camp Blinding Rd.
.. contact the Florida Game and Fresh Starke. Ft 32091
;: be available ,-Water Fish Commission's Lake City 964-7133 'C"C: fiflUb: 8tPJO S'E1.o/I{ / cr.
beginning May 1 and will list all regional office at Rt. 7, Box 440,
known public access boat ramps in lake City, Fla. 32055. 2 & 3 BR family oriented with
laundry& large playground. Audiovox SPSS
Forwardfrom CIRCLE J. FENCE j95.00 Installed
.FREE Electricity first month. PlusRICK
page 68 & ALUMINUM Rent 30%of your, monthly incomeIf
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COMPANY .11 yoquality. per:hr.,40 hra.a Iltl
basis. The of
on a pass-fail purpose ,
week&have 3 dependent your
the evaluations, he said, is to deter- SERVING STARKE rent would be about.1 12 a monthor WELLS
mine where problems exist so they KEYSTONE HOTS. SI UELKOSE 3.73 per day for day.left in the
can be corrected. CR 18 & Hwy. 100 month, for move-In after the fint. General Manager
Call Forward 90 has been planned 473-9625 Qualified Singles Accepted. 90 .
for two years Wiles said. Althoughnot .Move-In coat can be aa low a. Days

said technically, the exercise's a surprise challenge call-up,for he EAU't yp4s 4#Fenclnt:t': $1O.OO Sac.RMttfor Law S Houatnfl_IkMqiYCAII' 0%

each unit is to conduct its own call- Sales]Seca do lnstaUatonr ,.......... Financing
ups for unit members. Equal Hmutng _ff You QualUiI
"All units have plans,"Wiles said.
Ct -
"Here we see If those plans %
or ss
operate. .
I After a unit has been validated by Western Wear eed'i 0
Camp Blanding personnel, the unit Purple Gator c.
will go directly into training exer- S
Starke 964-4809
301 S.
cises just as If it were in annual Hwy
training, Wiles said. Most of the Next to Gator II Farm Supply, t
units will spend most of their time in
the field. BOOTS BETS BUCKLES FRIED CHICKENFACTORY
Although in the past Kingsley
Lake residents have complained of
excessive noise caused by training WESTERN SHIRTS &BLOUSES INC.
exercises at Camp Blanding, Wiles
said noise was not expected to be a
problem because during the Call Forward' 90 WESTERN STYLE DRESSES

weapons, the 8-inch Howitzers, are ti

not camp scheduled this year.for training at the HATS' TACK LEVIS 2 PCS CHICKEN 9.1ED (JHICK i

What will be included In training Dark Meat $050tax FACTORY toe
during this exercise Wiles said, are Lay-A Ways
infantry, 105mm Howitzers, and 1'Velcome' y. OFOREMOST Open: Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Slaw and Biscuit : flifi 904.4.4415 MIII

helicopters."We open 6 amL HwySOl S. Stance.FL H.I Dye
don't anticipate a great deal
of noise,"Wiles said."We are taking 10 PCS CHICKEN
steps to reduce the number of hours ONLY $65tax
the troops! will be making noise." o+ P 'CIi.W'SE\ Sale Offer Good Through 5/31/90
Kingsley Lake resident Charles I Dark Meat
Agin said he didn't expect Call For Liquqr Stores Prices Come Join Us!
ward 90 to bother him any more than combine to bring you Start .
did. and his ---- -- -- -
normal exercises Agin 5/3 -- -'
family have lived directly across the LOWER PRICES
lake from Camp Blanding for about
WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK
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20 'ean. '
,*I work for the railroad and do a IN HOUSE -, SPECIALS TIhISWEEK.lLTR :
lot of shift work. I try to sleep in the KENTUCKY i? ;6.99

daytime time. I really so it's rough don t on have me a all com-the '750!*. CANADIAN TAVERNBOURBON= Jrf 1( '6.99 Dorman Well & Tank

plaint, thou' Agin said. 750 DEKUYPER PEACHTRE&SCHNAPPS J 6.99 Septic
) a residents who feel
SMIRNOFF VODKA .i' : "
the there Public U too Affairs much noise Office can at contact Camp J75QHi'750::. A8SOLT.VODKA,*,p\'4tJ>>>4jk y ;j!' 12.49 Inc. 1983

Blanding. .75":SEAGRAM DRY,GIN S i a 41m Ii\4'\ IS.99
CANADIAN' MIST/' 1fpfirt> : j$12.97.
&1.7S.: ,
What Starke can expect from the "J 2 & 4 in. Water Wells Pumps-Sales Service Installation Septic tanks
exercise Is an increase in military ,

vehicle increase traffic of people through In town.town However and off an, 301 LIQUORS, & LOUNGE Lift:Stations-New Installation, Drainfield Repairs

Wiles said,the time troops!spend
post will be limited. Increased Starke 1 Mile North of Starke. on' US 301
helicopter flights over Starke can t
also be expected. OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK -CONTACT-

Just as In an actual call-up,Family WEDNESDAY'S LADIES NIGHT
Assistance Centers will be set up

for Wiles families said. These of guard centers members will be Ladies Drink FREE 8:00pin-12:00am: : Bryan (Skeeter) Jones 2752004Lex

and responsible assisting for family answering members questions and LIVE COUNTRYMUSICSlim Jones 275-2776After 6 p.m.

for getting a family In touch with a Mane
Short and Rose KeyboardsFri.
on
guard member In the case of an ,

emergency.More than $3.4 million has been ., Sat. &Sun. Nights STATE LICENSURE ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES

budgeted for payrolls, supplies, fuel
and equipment for Exercise Call
Forward 90.

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I' ObituariesWm. SFCC Summer Registration I


Still Underway in StarkeRegistration

Alfred Cobb, Sr. Jerell Lee ml
Taylor First United Methodist Church of Card of ThanksThere is continuing daily Literature, Advanced Composition,
William Alfred Cobb, Sr., 83, died Jerell Lee Taylor, 89,of Earleton, Starke; was retired from Hum- from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for summer U.S. History to 1877, Public Speaking -
April 28 in Shands Teaching died Monday afternoon in Palatka phries Gold & I.E. DuPont Co. and are not enough words that classes at the Andrews Center of Elementary Algebra, College
Hospital, Gainesville, after an extended following an apparent heart attack. was a homemaker. can truly express our love and Santa Fe Community College.The Algebra I and II, Topics in Finite
illness. Born In Louis Berry, Born in Jacksonville where he lived Survivors include one daughter, sincere appreciation to all our family Sumn.er A term begins on Math,Principles of Economics I, Intro -
Pa., he moved to West Palm Beach most of his life, Mr.Taylor moved to Stephanie Loznlcka of Lawtey; one and friends for your prayers, May 14 and runs to June 28. to Humanities, Modern World
from Lake Butler in 1946, where he Earleton in 1978. He was retired son, Don Page, Jr. of Gainesville; many loving acts of kindness One of the highlights of the short History to 1815, Fundamentals of
has since resided. He was au attorney from the Jacksonville Fire Depart- three brothers, Robert G., Herbert delicious food and the beautiful I six-week term is Religion in Physical Science Religion in
at law until retiring several ment and from J.C. Penney Co. in A. and James A. "Jimmy" Green, flowers, during the long illness and America, a detailed study of America, Intro to Computers, and
years ago. He was a member of the Jacksonville. lie was a member of all of Starke; one sister, Dorothy death of our dear precious one. Judaism and most Christian Nursing Assistant.
First Baptist Church of Lake Butler Lake Forrest Baptist Church, and a Reese of Starke; one grandson,Kyle She is with our Holy God in Heavennow denominations, to be taught by Dr.
a graduate of Stetson University andthe member of AMVETS in Keystone Bennett of Lawtey. where there is not any suffer- Bernie McFadden. The goal of the Three C term classes will begin at
University of Florida Law Heights. Funeral services for Mrs. Page ing or pain, truly our great loss has course is a better understanding of the same time(May 14),but will run
School, where he was a member of Survivors are two daughters were held at 11 a.m. in First United made Heaven an even more glorious the many churches around us in this to August IS, including A.
Kappa Sigma fraternity; V.F.W., Janet Waldron of Earleton and Joni i Methodist Church on Saturday, place with her being there. pluralistic society. For more information,please drop
World War II, and the American Gilfus of Jacksonville; one son April 1 1Rev.withDwight Charlie Green We thank God for our family and Other Summer.. A classes include by the Andrews Center or call
Legion. Jerell L. Taylor, II or Earleton andtwo and McQueen of friends, and the great comfort each CoI1."- o. -?"' Writing About 9645382.
Survivors include his wife, Beth grandchildren. ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake of you were in the time of our sor -
Williams Cobb of West Palm Beach; Funeral services will be held Friday Cemetery under the direction of row. May our loving merciful God
one daughter, Elizabeth J. Cobb,Ft at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Archer Jones Funeral Home of Starke. forever bless you and yours.
Lauderdale; one son, William A. Funeral Home of Lake Butler, Our very special gratitude to Ar- 1/ 4 4
Cobb, Jr., West Palm Beach; one with burial in Mt. Zion Cemetery.The James R. Chamberlain, Jr. chie Tanner Funeral Home and all
brother Paul Cobb, Wilmington, family will receive friends at Mr. James Ronald "Ronnie" employees for their considerationand
Dela.; three grandchildren and two the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Chamberlain, Jr.,32, of Starke,died sympathetic kindness, perfec- 4 4 14
great grandchildren. ting all our family's wishes and
Thursday Sunday, April 29, in Clay County needs.
Funeral services were held at
near
Kingsley
graveside in Dekle Cemetery at 10 Lake. Born in Love ,
Jacksonville, Mr. always
a.m. Monday,with Rev.Terry Cran- Mrs. Clyde M. TomlinsonMrs. moved to Starke six months Chamberlain Family of Maude Fralick Mott MOBILE
ford and Rev. Earl K. Pettibone officiating Clyde Mathis Tomlinson, 84, was a member of the Catholic ago.faith He "" 4' -
Archer Funeral Ho.ne of of Starke, died Sunday, April 29, in was a fireman at NAS,Jacksonville;, Nature Center
Lake Butler was in charge of ar Whispering Pines Care Center, for the U.S. Navy and worked at HOME
rangements. Starke,following a long illness.Born Jim's Catfish Pond. ..
in Stockton, Georgia, Mrs. Tomlinson Survivors include his wife, Cheryl Programs Set .,
Bernice Babb ShelmonMrs. moved to Starke in 1947 from Dee Hessig Chamberlain
; one son, Discover creatures, SPECIALMOBILE
.Bernice Babb Shelmon,97,of Lakeland, Georgia; was a memberof Jimmy R. Chamberlain, III; two animals with fur creepy, the beauty of butterflies -
Ocala died April 17 at the New First Baptist Church of Starke daughters, Jamie R. and Jeannie things that slither and .
Horizon Rehabilitation Center in and was a homemaker. Chamberlain, all of Starke; his slime, and real live monsters and HOME 3 TON
Ocala after an extended illness. She Survivors include her son, J.E. parents, James R. and Barbara aliens at the Morningside Nature
was born in Jasper County,Ind.,and Tomlinson of Jacksonville; one Chamberlain, Sr. of Lawtey; three Center this summer. CENTRALAIR
had lived in Florida for the'phst 20 brother, Alvin Mathis of Lakeland, sisters, LeeAnn Thayer of Starke, Registration is now under fora A $119900
_ years. She wad a homemaker and a Ga.; seven grandchildren and 20 Laura "Jessie" Chamberlain of wonderful and unique selection way of top-notch unit *
member of the Bethany Chapel great grandchildren. Jacksonville and Cecelia "CeCe" summer adventures beginning the designed for mobile
Christian Funeral services for Mrs. Tomlinson Brannan of Subject to availability
Church in Keystone Lawtey; his maternal week of June 11. Programs
are
Heights. will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, grandfather, Rodney A. Dunn of available for ages two through 18 homes. Priced from Single Wide
Survivors include one daughter, May 1, in First Baptist Church, Jacksonville; and paternal grand- during the week and on weekends.
Louise S. Baer of Ocala; one son, Starke, with Rev. Ben Bryant of parents W.L. and Leola Programs for ages three and one-
Darrel H. Shelmon of Remington, ficiating. Burial will be in Crosby Chamberlain of Jacksonville. half through 12 are offered as week-
Ind.; four grandchildren, six great Lake Cemetery under the directionof long sessions, either from 8:30: to
grandchildren and five great great Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Funeral services for Mr. 12:30: or 12:30': to 4:30.: Before and
grandchildren. after child care is available for the
Chamberlain
Mrs. Grace were held at 11
Graveside services and intermentwere G. Page graveside Long Branch a.m. at weekday programs. Students may
held Friday, April 20, at 10 Mrs. Grace Virginia Green Page, Clay County, on Wednesday Cemetery, May 2,, sign up for a week at a time or for 1103 S. Walnut Street 964-7701
a.m. in Remington Cemetery, Rem- 68, of Starke, died Thursday, April with Rev. Walter Campbell of the entire summer. 190 W. Main Street Lake Butler 496-2564
ington, Ind.Archer Funeral Home of 26,in Bradford Hospital,following a ficiating. Jones Funeral For more information or to
Home of
Lake Butler was in charge of ar short illness. A lifetime resident of receive a brochure on the Morn- '
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rangements. Starke, Mrs. Page was a member of Starke was. in charge of arrangements call ingside 3742170.Nature Center in Gainesville 'fnaneta| ; ajlalSfIt's wltl'r_ pprqy cfC.r cllt' .


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