Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
February 11, 1988
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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late this afternoon, with possible showers tonight, and a cold ram
on Friday. Friday temperatures will range from 41 low to 56 high. SECTION i 12 '0".!,,
Extended outlook, Saturday and Sunday, clearing and cold Staal teomt. ,. . .I-S1 '
Temperatures Saturday, 30-49. Hard freeze expected Sunday irW,. . . . .2,"
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Wortfi Jl fat tirtg To Be or Not to Be: The Rosenberg Building ...j

City commissioners are attemp- structed atty. Brown to negotiate an income producing 'property for giving the building to the Florida "There is a group of folks- still concerned
Valentine Dance... ting to turn the historic Rosenberg further with the preservation board. the, city. Plus, the, city would be Trust for Historic Preservation witha about the Rosenberg
Building over to the Florida Trust "Folks'we've' sat here and done relieved of the responsibility' of deadline to act is probably the Building," Miller told the three
'A Valentine's Day dance for for Historical Preservation, a state- nothing with thIS I building," the restoring or maintaining the ''fastest solution to the future of the' members of the council present; "
clients of Sunshine Acres is set at wide non-profit organization,, if attorney mayor said, meaning it's time to building. Rosenberg building. Mayor Woods and Commissioners'
the Starke Woman's Club at 7 p.m. Terry Brown can get a deal tear the building down or renovateit. At present the city owns the John Miller, president of the Charles Schaefer and Vernon Silcox.
Friday, Feb. 12. the city wants. ." Rosenberg Building, having purchased Downtown Progress Committee Silcox asked Miller,"Do you think
The dance is being organized by Atty. Brown suggests negotiatingwith Attorney Brown said the Florida it with some $67ooo in which oversaw the downtown there is'a group trying to tear it
Joan Hall for. the Junior Woman'sClub. group, offering a one year time Trust for Historical Preservation federal grant funds. Idea was and revitalization grant' project for the down?"'"Yes," Miller replied.
limit to sell the building to a pnvate wants two years to find a private remains to tear the historic building city, pointed out Feb. 1 that the" Glenda Epps, president of the
Lunch renovator, or supply the city with 'party with sufficient funds to buy the down for parking space. Bradford County Historical Board of Downtown) Merchant's Association,
Bunch... engineering and economic' data to'' 100-year-old-plus building and However, the Rosenberg Building Trustees plans to present a proposal said merchants really need more
The Lunch Bunch'will meet at have the building torn down if not renovate it. is on the federal list of historic structures. for uses for the Rosenberg to the parking but the city Is in a Catch-22
noon tomorrow (Friday Feb. 12)) at sold. Brown pointed out to the council if It cannot be legally torn down council at its mid-February, situation on the Rosenberg Building
the First Presbyterian Church. At,the end of along Feb. 2 dIscus- the Rosenberg building was private. :without,federal approval. meeting The group seeks a grant to (See Rosenberg..p.8A> "
Come and bring a covered dish sion., Mayor Travis Woods! 'in ly owned It,would be on the,tax roll, Brown suggested his method of ,secure, plans and renovation costs.BRrvDFO ,

and enjoy the fellowship.

Bake' Sale.... ..... ,Higher

A bake sale is set Saturday Feb.

13, from 9 a.m. until... at Wmn-''' _. .. .. .. "'-, wIe Utilities
Dixie, sponsored byl the Bradford .
County School Food Service

Association. ''To Fund

Salute to Leaders... .. ,

A banquet to salute community
leaders is set 7-9:30 p.m. Saturday. Bond Issueby

Feb. 20, in the ,National Guard Armory
Buster Rahn "
The banquet is sponsored by the BCT Staff Writer, ,
,A.t. Campbell Lodge No. 708 in April billings for water and sewer, *
,recognition of Black History Month.' P y- r 'will get the attention of Starke

Adults:' $7,50;; children' ,$5;.,dinner i residents with the approximate 43
only, $4.. percent rate increase for basic ser-,
c ,vice, set at 6,000.gallons of water per: ''
Bloodmobile... I month.< '
The base rate/currently'at $17.78 '
The bloodmobiles from the per month will increase to $25.31, according '
Civitan Regional Blood Center in \ L to'an estimate by' City
Gainesville! will, be in Starke Feb. A Engineer Don Ruckman.
16-11.\\ 'Starke Council was advised of the
. \Tuesday, Feb. 16 1 BHS, 9 a.m to necessary, rate increase to fund a
1 p.m,: Courthouse, 2-6 pmr, .Wmn-;., bond issue, in a workshop Tuesday,
Dixie 9 6 p.m.. Feb;9, when Engineers Gary Sned-; '
Wednesday, Feb. 17: SFCC 9 wir don and Don Ruckman presented
a.m." 1 p.m.;, Bradford Hospital, 2-6 work papers supporting new rates.
p.m.;; Bradford Square 9 a.m..- 6 The council approved a $4 million
p.m, bond'\ issue several weeks ago for the
purpose of building two new water

Support ,Group... plants, renovating existing lines,.
and extending lines into areas not
Mrs., Betty Patrick of Starke. IS presently served. "
forming a support group for City Clerk Neil 'Tucker told the
parents of the 400 special education council that the bonds were sold this
'students in Bradford schools. week, at an average Interest rate of
Such a group would give parents 7.16 percent.City .
i a sounding board, an idea exchange commissioners have been ,
group, and members could provide. ,cognizant of the need to increase ,
emotional support for each other. rates for some time, and are pleased T
For more information, call Mrs; the increase has been contained at
Patrick, 964-6349. less than $10 per month. Earlier
Bradford, Exhibit at, State,,Fair... estimates had put the required in,

Applicants Needed... This Bradford County exhibit built by the Junior and Senior FFA 'David Smith,Paul Hutching and Martha Smith accompanied' the studentsto ''crease much higher.Comparison '
Chapters is at the Florida State,Fair in Tampa which, runs through Feb., Tampa. rates provided by
The Division of Vocational' 14.. The exhibit didn't win/ an award, but it got a lot of attention while the Ruckman shows that Starke
Rehabilitation of the Department of Bradford contingent was there, said Advisor Smith.. residents will be paying more: for
Labor and Employment Security of Above center,'retired Vo-Ag Advisor Paul Hutchins helps erect the exhibit. Lance Wiggins, son of Mr and Mrs. II.F. Wiggins, and Billy''' and'' basic service than Gainesville
the State of Florida needs ap .' Below: the exhibit: after being set up. Students involved in setting Christie Harrison, the son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKin-: residents, about the same as Lake
plicants.Do up the exhibit included John Richert. Eddie Siegmund Chuck Lizenbee, ney, had award winning show animals at the state fair, Wiggins steer was' City residents, and less than
you know that you may be John Dempsey, Darren Evans, Linda Barnes, Sam Morris, Paul Chase purchased for f 1.50 per pound by Florida National Bank and CommunityState residents of' Jacksonville ,St. ,
eligible for,vocational rehabilitation ,Tommy Balkcomr, Larry, Fowler and Kristy Dickens.: Vo-Ag ,Advisor Bank of Starke, and Hill :'n Dale Farms of Lake Butler.. AugustIne. I
services if 1 .' p..n M,1h1 i\"dtD.O.C' In addItion' to the rate increase,,''
You have a physical, mental, or the cost of a hook-up will increase
emotional disability; and I While Ruckman insisted on callingthe
\ -Your disability prevents you hook-up a "water ,capacitycharge

from getting or keeping a job; and : } Sec. Bugger ,Expresses: Concerns ," layman will continue to
There is a good chance after refer to the charge as an "Impact,
receiving vocational rehabilitation ,fee.

services. For more you information will get a job., call, Over :'Proposed :'Hazardous Waste, Plant Riverside Uniform..,,, I

964-2037, or go by the office at 1250 : Ruckman 'called attention to
Andrews Circle, Suite D, Starke. Riverside Uniform Rentals Inc.'on ,

Office hours are 8 a.m, to 5 p.m., 'The 'tempo' of'' opposition to a .affect agriculture ,and/or forestry.. good for the National Guard and< its primary route if the first (UCI) or Edwards Road, ,saying the firm ,
Monday-Friday. second (FSP) sites were chosen.:"It utilizes 20 percent of the sewage
hazardous waste treatment facility operations. in the area." training program. at Camp Blan, i I
FmllA ,in Bradford, Union or Clay Counties, In referring to DER and its cone ',dmg/' is already a road that has become disposal, plant capacity, equivalent
Loans... volume 700-800(( ((
to the produced
and by "
Weston Inc. accident dangerous
F. more
,mounted this week with statements suiting firm, Roy The Farmers Home Admimstra..o .of concern by Richard Dugger,' Dugger said "I believe they could Chamber:Sends Letter...> to drive on, primarily because of 'Its'' ':single family residences.: ,

bon currently has funds available, Secretary of the Department of Corrections -; have done a better Job. There was In a two-page letter to Governor: ,narrow size," the \letter said. ';' Ruckman said$2,000 it is costing,month the city to,

for Guaranteed Operating Loans ;i' the Starke/Bradford not enough substantive information Martinez, dated February, theStarkeBradford .-Further damage td the area's Image process approximately the firm's per sewage and
and Guaranteed Farm Ownership .Chamber of Commerce; and resolutions concerning' the issues to keep the Chamber of Commerce which is already suffering from '
recommended substantial surcharge -
;Loans. of protest signed by County public Informed and educated as the expressed concern because of unsavory' 'stories, 'datelined"Starke" added a its '
be to billing.
If interested 'contact R.C. Quam- Commissioners of Bradford, Union,' siting process developed.
""the very small importance" given' concerning executions Clerk Tucker said he will add the
ton, county supervisor, FmHA and Clay Counties.> to in '''and other incidents
emergency response capability taking place In the
Public'Law providing enginers
S709-C NW 13th St? Gainesville, FL In a telephone interview' Dugger 493 Aired... the screening process.,'"If you accept nearby pnsons., 'will determine the amount'
32606.,Phone 3765858.Upcoming. .) said the DOC would not take an official -: In a staff, meeting at Military, the premise that the plant itselfis '''relative, to ,Ruckman agreed 'to furnish the
-Concern expressed
position in the matter until the Headquarters in St,Augustine Tues' 100 percent safe'the report still
'and the Increased
final site selection was made, but expressed day, the Judge Advocate ,was ', does not take Into consideration the the method of picking the proposed figures, charge
and wilt be reflected future billings.
the in
hazardous waste sites, man-
the following concerns directed to compile pertinent parts increased traffic into our area and
..., Ruckman told commissioners that
about location of a treatment plant of in 1954 ner in which everyone in the area,
of an Act Congress passed the increased probability of a traffic
Public meetings scheduled in the in close proximity to pnsons in this conveying Federal land at Blandmg, accident before reaching the plant including governmental 'officials, sewer and. water line projects are on
were left in the dark and did not schedule, and will not hinder the
weeks area: Board of the State of '
are the
coming to Armory site.This would cause a tremendous
Acres into the
of Sunshine
Bradford Extension t. What kinds of hazardous and/or Florida with the that it know about the selection process until moving
stipulation burden'on our small, ,albeit well-,
announced the Industrial Park. ,, Since,, water and
Homemaker's Club: 10 toxic materials will be delivered to revert to the United States Govern, trained,emergency services person-, results were m Industrial
lines for the the
Feb. 11) the site?! ment in the event, of national news media. _._ sewer
agriculture a
( hel), which are being funded by the Park will not be completely installed
US-301N.' 2. What is the potential for a spillor It also the Armory -There has also been discussion
building, prohibits
emergency. ,tax base of a small, lower populated until the second phase of the renovation -
BC School Board: 1 p.m. Mon- other malfunction in or outsidethe Board from selling,.conveyingor concerning the purported timetable
county Sunshine Acres will be servedby
for final selection of the sIte..' Many .
day, Feb. 15, administration plant that would trigger evacuation otherwise disposing of alt or any
Other concerns expressed in the feel that Flonda has until Oct.17 a temporary'pumping station,
budding:Regular monthly meeting. of prisoners?! part of these lands to any party other ,
chamber's letter were:, 1990 in which to for Super. which.will be abandoned later The,
BHS Alumni Association: 6:30: 3. The' development of an actual than the United States..
p.m. Monday Feb 15, Bradford plan for evacuation. Brig. Gen. Robert Ensslm, the Ad- ,-Increased 'traffic, In the area, fund site-cleaning funds, which ,is
Family Restaurant. 4;.The possible! effects of air emis- jutant General of Florida;expressed placing a greater impact on State three years after enactment of the (see Utilities..p.8A

Starke Council: 7:30: p.m. Tues- sions from the plant might adversely, himself as "wanting,only') ;,what, is Road 16 which' would .become! aDon't 1986 Superfund cleanup act'1

,day! Feb 16, city hall-,. Public in ..- .. ...rut..... ---. ,, ..... -er:: __ -

vited.BMS Spelling Bee: 9:30: a.m. '"," ""I''
Wednesday. Feb. 17.: Public Invited.
BC Commission: 7:30 p.m. Abolish Death Penalty
Wednesday, Feb. 17, courthouse. A 1y
Special meeting. No zoning issues h
coming up. Bd. expected to discussthe
solid waste assessment and Limit Appeals Graham Says

,Santa Fe land swap for 20 acres adjoining -. -
landfill.,Public invited. -
Southside Elementary Spelling The death penalty should not be group at the Omni Hotel, Graham sities across the nation Graham

Bee: 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 18. abolished, says Sen. Bob Graham, stopped at the Econo Lodge in said.The INF Treaty with the Soviet
Public invited. and he is sponsoring federal legisla- Starke and met with reporters for Union.Sen. Graham said he heartily
Brooker Elementary SpellingBee tion to limit the number of appeals. breakfast. supports the first small step away
: 9:30: a.m. Friday, Feb. 19.: ,-Sfin. Graham stopped Tuesday from nuclear disaster. Graham is
Public invited. in Starke to meet with area Main
concerned however that the U.S.doesn't .
.School Board at Bradford Mid' reporters and Bradford, County's :Three main issues are before the' deterrentto
die invite.m. Monday,Feb. 22. Mr.. Democrat, Guy Andrews. Sen. ', current session of the U.S.Congress, war while give up at a a coventional arms''
Public : Graham spoke for a few minutes and .Sen.Graham says: nations.'
to other
Bradford County Zoning Boards answered questions for the 10 news I-A new proposal to exempt from disadvantage

Tuesday, Feb. 23. Board of Adjust- reporters for more than two hours. having to pay federal income tax on 'The Death Penalty...
ment will meet, also. 7 p,m", in City Sen. Graham said the U.S. Senate interest gained on U.S.' Savings ,
hall. Public Invited has established a policy of being in Bonds if the money is used to send With some 283 inmates on Death
Starke Zoning Board will meet session three weeks: and off one students to college. With the 1-%per- Row, is it time to rethink the death ..
all p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25.City week. During the current off-week cent federal budget cut, the average penalty, asked Telegraph reporter -
hall In Starke. Public invited now is cut from Buster Rahn. It is not time to repealthe
Sen. Graham spent Monday in college scholarship
Sen. Bob Graham'Talks'to
is time for Buster flahn...
but it
death .
School Board at Vo-Tech Gainesville doing his 214th work dayas $1,000 to$990 in the Guaranteed Student penalty,
Center 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 29. a consultant in the financial aid Loan Program. The UF default reforms in the number of times a Sen. Bob Graham visited with the new media Tuesday morning at the
.Public invited. office at the University of Florida. rate on student loans is about six ,,death row inmate can appeal a death Econo-Lodge in Starke, and answered questions. Above; Sen Graham

On MY way to Jacksonville,where he percent,,an extremely good' record. ., 4PTr '(fr lAflt.PilAl chats with Telegraph reporter Buster Rahn.,
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Solid Waste Agreement Hassle Continues I

3 Counties ,Still Planning Their Own, Moveby
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Joe Gissy situation and he is supportive," separate. independent entity or develop'counties' not be able'
fly 4 BCT Staff Writer Shannon said. could be a part of the regional con- to make use of the sayings, but
The North Central Florida "He wants each county to fund the cept,operated under the authority of ''would be obligated to deliver their
Regional Solid Waste Master Plan system not from general funds but the Master Plan. A solidarity of the waste to a regional landfill becauseof
Policy Advisory Committee (PAC from user fees or special counties is needed when appealing to the long term Indebtedness.
continued its discussion In- assessments or a special tax." This the legislature for funds, it is said. Under the terms of the lnterlocalagreement
terlocal 1 Agreement Monday night will serve to make the public aware One point still being debated by being proposed, mass
Feb. 8, at the Holiday Inn in Lake City of the costs of disposing of their: the PAC is when does a county burning would not be permitted.
wastes. become "Mocked in' to the regional This Is a point of concern for some
The regional plan includes the 13 The counties must demonstrate plan,or when can a county withdraw counties. If technologies are
north central Florida counties of they are trying to help themselves from the group. developed so that burning can be
Alachua, Baker Bradford, Columbia before the state can be expected to The prospect of becommg indebted done with little or no harm to the air,
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Jef- help, the secretary said. for up to 40 years to finance a then it should not be prohibited, is
ferson, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee The legislature is to be asked for landfill when new technologies may the feeling of many. '
Taylor, and Union. money to fund a study to locate the be Just around the corner,has many "We do not want to get locked Into
landfills needed by the region.Three counties wary of the regional plan. ''a program that would prohibit
"Proposed bills are favorable," landfills are now planned for the lessening our costs/' stated Com-
said Steve Shannon Solid Waste program region and costs of locating the sites Amounts of wastes being 'missioner Thigpen of Madison county -
coordinator for Alachua County are expected to cost as much as $3 delivered to a central landfill cannotbe ,"whether it be recycling or burn-
and for the 13-county group, million. reduced without ,the "tipping ing to produce electricity
Y speaking of chances of getting funding The counties of Baker, Bradford, 'fees" being increased. It will be necessary for each county -
BMS Spelling B.. Winners... from the legislature to finance and Union are talking with representatives Tipping fees are the r to decide whether to Join the
a siting study for the regional plan. from the Division of Corrections ton of waste delivered to the land, regional group by early April, so
I Virginia Reno left Is the runner-up to the champion speller at Brad "The Secretary (Dale Twat- and may find that a landfill on' to cover the costs of the operation.If that a unified front can be presentedto
ford Middle School. Bethany Lee right, lathe champion of the BMS spelling ,chmann, secretary of the Depart DOC lands may be less costly than new methods of recycling or the legislature. 'The regional approach

1Noe ..ment..ftA. .._...of..Environmental........ ,.._ ____Regulation___ __ _h_) Joining! ,-the- .regional.. .group. composting or reusmg materials would, get,a_ break," is the
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Insurance Help Available-. I Lee, Reno Winners iBMS..Sp;; i.g Bee I

according to a news release.Representatives .
Florida's Insurance Commissioner from Canter's of -
Bill Gunter will send confice will be at at the Bradford County By Mag-k Frledlln The other contestants in the BMS Seamy missed "obituary'',' Slocum "addition'1, "elusive", "assistant",
'sumer assistance representativesfrom BCT Staff Writer ,contest,'winners of their class bees missed "primate" and Collins
,Courthouse Tuesday, Feb. 23,from 9 mISS- "rumored", "massage", "ter-
the Department of Insurance a.m. unttlllOOl1. Bethany Lee won the Spelling Bee included: Joel Eunice, Katessa ed "inaccurate". minate", ''balloon''t '"falsify" and"herbs"
into the field to answer general insurance For further information, call the Championship at Bradford Middle Johnson, Stephanie Smith, Smita Patel spelled "tailgate" but missed before missing"Jealously"'.
questions and help with in Jacksonville Insurance Consumers in an exciting matchup with Patel, Diana Seamy Kim Gross "abusing", Winner Bethany Lee spelled her

ance policy or claims problems Assistance Office at (904) 354148. and another will top represent speller the Virginia school at Reno the, Jason Craig Spencer Slocum,' Marcus Collins and ed Gross"ticketer"spelled. "handbill": but miss two winning words:'slapstick'1 along with:

"orally", ,,
.... district contest in two weeks.
/ Bethany and Virginia battled it out, Eunice spelled 'version", "scribbled"Spencer and spelled"figment""senator"before, "secretaries". ,. "sensible",
after the other contestants had drop- "gaudy" 'and "molecule' before "penalize" -"nobility".
Planning your Special Day missing "separate "microfilm1'addition' ,
ped out and went through 16 rounds missing "vowel"1, '
Runnerup Reno
Virginia spelled"deadllne' "cautious"
journal", "summary"judicial"
before Bethany spelled "jealously"and Johnson spelled "additive" but "
Brides '
Smart always, "galactic", "accustom", "liable"pinkeye"
"patronize" correctly to claim missed "dying",
"knapsack'"cafeterla' "
% and "biology" before her
choose our famousInvitations the title. Smith went out on "permanence", "various", "laborer", "microfilm", winning words.

r i- 1 demons. Juchniewicz Win at Lawtey Bee I

Alicia'demons is the spelling bee cond round. The 18 competitorswere Shane Griffin, Peter Juchniewicz,
Mfg i champion at Lawtey Elementaryand : Veronica Williams, Anguan Shannon Brown, Joe Griffis Scott
Peter Juchniewicz is the runner- Austin, Sherman' Ross, Wendy Konkel,' Christina Green, Alicia
Cowie, Dutra Lee, Terry Fugatt Clemons, Zack Smith .and Joey
up.Alicia, a 'seventh' grader and Carla Sheering, Greg ohnson, Williams.' '
daughter of Dale Clemons and Connie There were two warm-up roundsto
.. .Good..*Medn't be cxpeiujvc.Our beautiful Flower Wedding Hinman, correctly spelled get the students acquainted with
DM catalog prove this with over 500 samples of ouuunding, "penalize" and "various" to win in the process. In the first round the
Invitation Announcement nd Pmonalizcd AeceMorie-- the third round Wednesday morning, words quickly became tougher'
created using exquisite pape+lettering styles and workmanship.It -.c Feb. 10.Juchniewicz, son of Mr. and spell. The LE students went out on
feature HeUocnvint'-rich railed lettering,elegant as the Mrs. Peter Jucnniewic of Lawtey, ryai such words as additive, per
craftsmanship,yet costing little Come see our complete misspelled penalize," putting a manance, tailgate handbill
'selection and choose the perfect invitation for your wedding) "T" in the word. Miss Clemons correctly r privilege,' inaccurate, chorus antiticketer.
spelled both words and was Correctly spelled in the
Prompt Service mail Outstmndlmg Qvilltjt mobbed by her friends on the stageof A first round were the words: orally,

LEILAS DRESS A GIFT SHOP the LE cafeteria. Alicia also correctly tailgate,deadline, senator, slapstickand
819 SO. WALNUT ST. spelled"abusing"and "semi- i, r1a.& taskmaster.In .
ble..' the second round, the students'misspelled
STARKE. FL.;32091
Both will compete in the countywide :- scribbled, molecule
spelling bee set secretaries, knapsack, andcafeteria.
f The 18 LE spelling bed corn Peter advanced by correctly -
Alicia Cl monsLI Debtors,all champions of their class s spelling "fIgment and
.P spelling bees,dwindled to 8 in the se-' Alicia-by correctly spelling "sensi
Spvlllnfl Champion. ble.
Pronouncer for the bee was LE instructor -
Carolyn Folsom. Judges
were Eugenia Whitehead, coor-
dinator of student services; Olivia
Peter JuchnlcwlczII Scott, BlIS 'media center director,
and Iva Jean Harrell, guidance
Rune .Up Speller. counselor,for LE. BE, and HE.

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I JV Girls Win, 'Tournament ,,

,After a disappointing 37-35 low After' the afternoon break, BHS' contributed to this ,

last Thursday, Feb. 4, to Gainesville met Gainesville high in the championship great win, both offensively and ion
High, the BUS junior,varsity girls, game, and: this; time made defensively," said Coach Trieste. Wimit I I 1r
came back strong Saturday Feb. 6, enough free throws to win. Dana Norman lead a balanced ; lw- i
to win the Lake Canes JV Area Ronda Bryant hit a 23-foot Jumper BHS scoring attack with 10 points, '' ill I
Shootout; at GUS,, beating the Canes that had very little arch and tied the including two 3-polnters. Latara ,1.7 1 1'"yry' y i
.,35.-31.: game 30-30 on the three pointer with' Jackson scored 8 points, Ronda r
two minutes to go. to tie the game. Bryant 7., Arkeva Williams and / I I ,
"The team showed great, desire The GHS gym went totally quiet fora Chanda Woods 4 each.And Pat Allen I. / 1 a
and determination by bouncing back second after Bryant's shot. said contributed by playing good defense.
after, such a hard fought two point Coach John Slater. Had the basket. Individual tournament honors
loss to GHS," said Coach Sue ball hit anywhere else it wouldn't went to Ronda Bryant and 'Anne
Trieste. BHS lost its second game of have gone in, said Slater. Taylor, both named to the all-, 0( '
the season 37-33 Feb.4 to GHS on the At 1:40 Anne Taylor hit the front tournament team. Dana Norman 4SfAt
Bradford floor. BHS matched GHS end of a one. and one to put BUS up was named the most valuable player w
in field goals but not in free throws. by one, for the tournament.IrodtardMgh ,

'Saturday morning Feb. 6, BHS The defense came on strong, "; 11 II 1 '$1 ,,41 lfi t
beat North Marion 45-31 in the open- allowing GHS to score only one norM.ninmgfc 1 it i i* 111x.45441W
ing game of the Lady Canes JV Area point. .5 ((41)). Dona Mormon 1,0-0/0.0., loloroJacfcooit '
Shootout. Ronda Bryant scored 14 Dana Norman sank two more free 1.1/t0ll. Ann Toytor, 4-1/4-11.: Hondo Iryont. + li:
t/-14. Chanda Waadl M/1-9. pot Allan 305.N.l.t .
points and Anne Taylor 11. Dana throws at 30 seconds ? : llo-'//a4. S *
Norman, hit two three point shots Pressure on an inbounds by I
against North Marion. Dana has Bryant and Norman caused a turnover ........MIA t I 1.I MOil..i.MI .1 a 9-T d
been shooting the shot well and BHS regained eSsjon. Man I tI II I. ll
3-point pos. a.dled Wf*(Ml-)-Don Mormon M-3/3-10,t.....
all year, says Coach Trieste. Pat With 14 seconds: to go Chanda Jocfcton ./.... Anno Toylor" 0-1/43. Hondo /..... 1'i.
Allen added 6 points, Chanda Woods Woods was fouled and iced the 35-31 1.2-0/1.7, Chonda Woodi 0-4/J-4" ,Arkova William .'
5. win making hoth Nhnt. 14. Tototol. 1..10/30-M..: >cn d 1 I .

I .Win Delayed for Ladies ,,. '' rh 'YN rI

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Losing two games this week, the night Feb. 8, and took a 71-52 win. with the flu, Slater said. s
Bradford High, varsity'' girls are Jeri Johnson a low post was Kojoloin.Mo* 117 l( ,g-a} '71oradtardmgh r
,delaying their 100th win.'in modern 'game high with 29 points' Johnson 11 |II 14 I.l .' If - r ;" '
'girls basketball scored ..,il... Hlgb (PlI)< 1. ferobowiM J-0-4, K "' .. -
play. layups off passes down to 3/1-10: J. _..... U-3/S-3: : '. M.nd.III1.7. *, These JV Girls Are Winners': .
The girls lost 50-33 Feb. 4 to her Rhonda Arzie, who plays all Strickland 1o'/a.5. D. Woovor 1,1.21.'.... Compboll .
Gainesville High and 71-S2 at over the court and led KHS with 11 1-0-1 rotate. l. .|:3/1f-71. The BHS Jayvee girl's basketball team'won the Lady 'Front:'Arkeva Williams and Ronda Bryant.
rodtard Hick (It)< SDol. 4.7/2.3. I WilliamIO3
Keystone High this. past, Monday assists added 19 points. (.Mu 6/.n 1-0-1. 5. irlgM '.111-... X ........ Cane's JV Shootout The BIIS girls with their big In back Anne Taylor Dana Norman Chanda
night Feb. 8. "Free throws and inability to stop l-O/l-o. A Simmon ai/, ,.CoY'n' 1-0-4., Totoli! trophy, are:: Woods, Pat Allen, Coach Sue Trieste. ,
BHS is 10-9 after the two losses, Keystone from getting the ball downto 2n.S1F52.GHS.
with three regular season games re their low post girls killed us," said 50 BIIS 33
marring, Coach John Slater. Many of the Lake
Lose Seven WeirA'
missed free throws were the front Limited to six points in the second Boys by to

Upcoming..,, ends of one-and-one's in, the third period and four in third, the BHS u aI
The girls traveled to Ocala Forest period. Slater noted. girls varsity lost 50-33 to Gainesville '
Lake Weir won "the' third period
: ''' 53-50 road loss to Lake BHS hosts Santa Fe High tomor-
Wednesday night Feb. 10 too late to "Our ladies played with a lot of intensity .High in the Bradford High gym last game
:: 13-10 and led 36-35. And Lake Weir
Weir pushes the Bradford High boys row (Friday Feb. 12) for a 6:30: p.m.
and hustle said Coach Thursday Feb: 4.
report in the Feb. 11 edition of The the fourth 17-15 for
won penod the
led;; basketball team to an ,8-11 JV game and an 8 p.m: Varsity
Telegraph.. Slater. BHS also had a lot of turnovers BHS 13-7 after the first period. varsity three 53.50
the coach said. But a cold hand and loss of concen- record to date. point game. The Santa Fe varsity beat
Today (Thursday Feb. 11)), the Lake Weir won. from', the free
BHS beat Lake Weir 55-54 in ,the BHS 68-65 earlier at S.Fe High. .
tration hurt the Tornado in the
are at home for Freshman i Momc Williams girls
girls just a varsity playedthe throw line and from' three point,
BHS Jam 19. Next Tuesday, Feb. 16 BHS
,, gym ,
final three quarters said Coach '
with Live Oak at 6:30 best defensive Coach
game p.m. game :
and tuck at Lake range travels to for JV
It was a nip game Middleburg High a
John Slater.
BHS beat Suwannee in ,Live Slater has her he said. '
High seen play, .
i.k.w.irmon u i il ir 13S..dor4Mk at '
GUS was stronger than BUS under Weir..But the hometown Hurricanesgot 'game 6:15: p.m. and a varsity'
Oak. Williams kept the on the IIS 10 It M
Monday, .Feb. 15, the girls are at .Keystone guards. pressure -" the basket and got a lot of their ahead and made its foul shots to L... W... (53)( ).'Olo.. "'/9-20.Monti a.l-0/0 30, game at 8 p.m. t I:
It was' 15-15 after the BHS hosts West Nassau Feb. 18
baskets off an offensive rebound."I 'take the win. iWolcomo 1-1/1-7. 'Noy.r. J.3/3-6. totolla
home against Chief land,J V and var-, Felicia Davis had 12 rebounds and and travels to Ocala
Bradford the Vanguard Feb.
,arty; This wilt be Parent's Night for' Rhonda Bright 8. Felicia looked really1' feel we did not get first period. won se- .......... $..'(WIvor) \14-3. I. Sly.i- I0.12, 19.! Gainesville High comes Starke
and took
both JV andvarsity., It is also the good on the fastbreak"and Rhonda 1 ourselves up for this one. The fault coed period 10-8 a two point Carr "'14-11.. M. >nhln, i-4/7-14 Hl l Otondl.r *
final regular season game., passed down low on offense. Kendra for that is mine" said Coach Slater 25-23 advantage into,, the, dressing ,1-1/1-3 W Hudwrr 104,/,I, tarry 3.OH Total.'*.. Feb,23 for the final regular. season'
'"After beating GHS so easily at their room at halltime. :3,1 "/'.'SO. gatne,'
The District 'Tournament is set. Butler and Roberta Williams also :
Feb.,1719.'. 1 looked good on the break and in getting -\ place, we felt this one,"was going to .
the ball down to Davis and be a cake wallOOolnomllloWok :
:Keystone'71-BUS, 52 Bright. Carrie Musson and Annette, '. '4 '',14" M ,' 'I.'* ..',, Boys', Improve Record to 10,- 4, .
grodtard/ Wok II k 4 15'4. M .
Coach Cathy Boatwright promised Simmons played important rolls in .
__,, Mlh, ((10)) gruco :J-3/H.. Slocum,
'her Indian girls would be ready' the second and third quarters when i .-.,1.... .- 1-0/1-1.Coodon 1-0/1-1,_"nn.: Three more wins; 48-46 over Baker; BHS came out and had a 19-9 third 'steals'late"'"' that really,helped, .BHS,
'when Bradford High visited the BHS made runs at KHS. Evette Cov-, Croon o-O/l-ll. Kod.l t-O-J. Hubar. 7-1/14,''' in the Wildcat gym and 59-44 over period to put the game away extending -:; '(out: ', '
Keystone High gym and they were. ington four points and four re- \i/11. Totab 3M/20 SO. Eastside in Bradford had two
grodford Hlgb. (b)- Dovl. 403IWilliam' Gainesville Feb. 2, and the 23-24 halftime lead.Irodfard a point lead got,
The Class 2A Indian girls now bounds was back and played well, ..O/ -.. Irlgrit }'/:-'. Bailor. ,-0-., M. Wltttonu 69-53 over Lake Weir in a Feb. 5 road High. IS tS 1* II 'M a steal, and Iced the'.game' with
'23-2.: -easily-handled, .. BHS. Monday... but was .I still weak,from her ,bout 2.1.0n.i. Total' : 1. '13.111.9.Wrestlers : game gives the'Tornado JV basket-:- lot ldo (M-|-, ,frond' ,9-0/1-7 M 10 pinch t II S.2.I2., 44Irodlord 'about a minute left ,
bailers a 10-4 record to date. ", h.Id 3/3-16, Dlnklnt 1 3-"'/'.'. T Ju... 1-0/3-1. A lot of BHS. fans went 'with the t I''
The JV five next faces Santa Fe in 1. Borry 6-1/1-13.. Tolol.: l,34-8/l54 team to Macclenny. Coach Cummn-
with rtildo. ((44)) Bronnon l-l/l-Sr INv.r'3;; ir/H V
I. Hurting; Injuries the BHS gym this Friday. Feb. 12. Smith l.O-0/O-o Wiloy,,' 120140$, Nolton .j.40'al/'r ings wants to.thank the fans for their
Tuesday, Feb. 16, BHS goes to Midr ,Brown 1-0-1. TMnlo. S.ll 3/.44, support

Bradford wrestlers head for the Raymond Trimble 135, Sid Russell H I..l Holland mu).., S. pinned' .tarry Mooning dleburg. ,BIIS 48-Baker 46 rodlord/ 11 10 ''I/! 14 4*

District 5-3A Tournament Candler 140,' Jamey Carver,, defending 3:32: .' BHS won a hip and tuck 4846. .I.k..W/h.......... ((4,1) T.llyo3-t/1-. T I,*Hud 7 .I....14-,...Flncn0'1l 44 -

Lake ,,Weir High School but minus district champion, 145; David 1 Aaaliul. ...........1.. In tho INS gym Tuofdoy. ,, fob.a BIIS 59 Eastside' 44 game from Baker High In'' the. *- >, 5K.Hl.ld' 0/r-l. DIM... 4-0-I, ,. lony
several wrestlers Coach Brett Purdywas Lizenbee 152, Bobby Thompson 160 BH _..... trod Hamilton,. and Jamlo' .... hod A balanced scoring attack :with Wildcat gym Jan. 30 in Macclenny. 1-1/9-3." TotoU). 23-"/.-.*. .
counting on. Ed Douglas 171, Bill Hamilton 189. (only two Tornado pint. three players in double figures lifted Wendull Hudson hurt his knee in a 1,1.9la.Bokor/ ((44). )Bwlhor Mock 1.1-I/1-4 I 0-1, RulM Bioko 1-O-l.l.S/4lo OlvoM,
Senior Mike Elder is doubtful for Rolland Shafer, 220. and Gary Donating' mo4r._SA oppononto w...''.John 0. the Bradford High JV five to a 5944win fall on the court in the fourth period. WHIIoml 4-0/3, Tads; >,11- _i William* David LI.' and Bill Hamilton.AHM '
the district because of a knee, injury Brewer 275. over Easts3 e. Dinkins substituted and played well., .BUS '
69 Lake Weir
sustained in practice during the past BHS }lost 47-23 to Baker High and tt. ymitlin a. gradtard t> Terry Berry stepped in and did an said Coach Cummings .
week. Elder who wrestles in the 135 46-27 to St.Augustme this past week.. IO3-.douWa........, 'excellent job replacing WenduM(\ Late in the fourth period Baker's BHS led all the way in defeating
....,. ._..
112Jrhu.: SA plnnod', 1HV Blake hit about the Lake Weir
Hudson three High junior
pound category is a defending who has been promoted to 3-pomters in a varsity
At :
district champion and "his loss -Iddl* w..,. M. won by(often.IIJ 0:9.-:: John Willi,.., INS,dolaalod John'Moll.Ingowartli the varsity,. says Coach. Rolland row. Bradford answered with two five 69-53 on the road last''Friday
:" hurts Coach Pur- -Cto" Taylor" M. tartMl HobtW. fade....!.-J.lit SA. 10-1, Cummings. And Chris Dmkinshad a pointers at the other keep rodlordHlok ,,u M If tt 'M
.really us.says. -Ju.0. WIIII_.. I, aural Man Worm IM-gradloy Moor.. SA. .......... .Skrtof", iHS,': good rebounding game. Reggie Sheffield pretty much even ..tokoWotoHlok" 1 I! ,I' 13 M u
dy Brodford HI./(III) frond.
),41. 0.1Ia.1'JncO "
-> .1' m/1.10
jason Howard, a freshman wrestling 121-Mon Ougon, M. ootoMd. John Motor ILL 1 130. Mad.......,It.... Sill. .pinned, CI,,). Colllr'.,. 1A. shot the ball real well. Connie BHS had to come out of its zone to' 5r.HI.ld, 1.7.0/0-M. Dlnkln.' 4.9/9.11: t llyo
..... Francis continues to at the stop the three point shots. Chris 3 6/11.13' 1. Jon.. I0I T.
in the 171 pound level injured his 130: -Mo*Mlllor,M. .plnnod Son w .,11.I.rod 5:33 improve Ir.p,501.10. 10tol"
Hamilton, .. dotoowd/ William Klnohom. IM: Kollh Z''_. SA. .plnnod. .Raymond trimbl.. point guard. Dinkins came ,up with some key 3,35.10/2.... W. ,
neck in action against "Baker High.tand : 4-4. 5149, 9:11. .' WoO High. UClifford( JO.., MKoto' ll, i
is out for the season. .. 140-Mlko' SIow.n,'n. M. .plnnod. Ro,nand I4O.Nknolai Inky, SA....oolod Sid' .....It, 1H1, -- ..

"":'It's getting" so I'm almost himself afraidto ,149: 1:07.- Sid ......,. >, won by.....eIt. ,136.145..An N.' Cava pHS plnnod.Mika.-...-. SA-,,'7
practice, says Purdy 153+ .Jomla' -, I, ......... Son IC....... 5'47. 144.
wearing a neck brace after' par- !_Cocll Wllkanoa., ..........!Dodd L.........., 191-ynlllani Adamo, SA .plod. ..J.H Camr, gHS,
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ticipating in practice. "'-tlova Cray" M. won by :
., The Bradford line-up for District IK. Donald c-'", M. ........ till" Hamilton" I....... Dodd u.._. IMS) daloalad lions Show I
IA. ,.. II
'isj Bryan Arthur 103, Robbie 117.MO,. John WoHOO.. M. .pond. .O..rv irowgr, 3:04. I
.k..3" Padgett 112, John O.Williams, 119
John_ Slater JI25,,Brad_Hamilton 130.

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Pan.A TELEGRAPH Februarvt1.19$$

I etUTOKiALSComputers Black ,Creek Forest ,Area Eyed

<\ "" ", .., : : As... Link, in Wildlife Corridor


Inge Hutchison Lake Geneva -\ (,. t, .

Vs. Commonsense postmaster and Clay County's foremost .'" f
conservationist is concerned about the ... ,; .. ,
negative effect a hazardous waste treat T4 .', "It ,-I. I

ment facility i if located at Camp A, '
Sometimes the powers that be work in more logical and cost effective to locate Blanding- would have on one of her pet ,,.. ,J,.
in that
mysterious-ways- so, apparently, the plant in an area where the bulk: of projects area. "" .fr. _' I. I I4t
does DER and/or its consulting firm, Florida's hazardous waste is generated The treatment plant if located on Camp ,.

Roy F. Weston, Inc. in order' to minimize transportationcosts. forested Blanding area property lust east would of be Highway close to 21 a, .. .' ...,. _

,How else are we to account for the which M*. Hutchison has been trying to in- .

fact that Camp Blanding was one of five Richard Dugger, Secretary of' ,the terest CARL the(Conservation State in purchasing and Recreation under its '

potential sites chosen For a 'hazardous Department of Corrections, has ex- Land) Program.This .

waste treatment facility for Florida, pressed such concerns, although stating
when an Act of Congress would be need- that DOC would not take an official position consists environmentally of 22,500 acres of property forest

ed to obtain any part of Blanding for any in the matter until the final site woodlands, 3,000 acres of wetlands and 19 .
purpose other than military use? selection made in March. "But such a miles of streams, including the North Prong
of Black: Creek. It is owned by Oilman ,.. .
is obviously
plant near one or more prisons -
Public. Law 493 the 83rd
passed by
he said. Paper Co. and also contains numerous ...
a concern to us
Congress in 1954, conveyed Federal rare plant and animal species.Ms. .. .

land comprising Blanding to >the ..Armory In spite of self-proclaimed good inten- Hutchison feels that one of the most ,.
Board, State of Florida, with the tions, it is obvious that DER and its con positive conservation aspects of the: pro-

stipulation that the Board agree to use it ,sulting firm for whatever reason, could perty is that it forms part of a "wildlife

for military purposes only, and not to, have done a better job of informing and wildlife corridor", used by black bear and other .J!
in their -.1K
species, wide-ranging _
sell, convey, or otherwise dispose of all educating the public on the mystenes of travels in search of suitable habitat. This .
or any part... to any party other than the 'hazardous waste treatment than was corridor extends from the: Okeefenokee -
United States. done. U.S.' Senator Bob Graham, at a Swamp southward: to the Ocala National This heavily forested area along Highway 21 east of Camp Blanding part Ofa
We understand that the site selection breakfast meeting with the news media Forest and should not be destroyed, Ms. tract owned by Oilman Paper Co. that Inge Hutchison would like the State to
Hutchison feels. At she Is CARL as link In a Wildlife Corridor through this
here Tuesday morning, said he was present, "sitting purchase under the program a
process was left largely up to informa- 'on pins and needles" because CARL will area :
of the hazardous waste
totally unaware
tion cranked out by computers- meet in Tallahassee in April to trim its
even a computer should have been able treatment project, and DER's search' priority lands for state purchase from a that there are still many red lights that IOoebr. i
to read the 'plain language of Public for,a suitable site. ,lengthy list of 70 sites to a fewer number to must turn green before Black: Creek State II 1 I

Law'493. In view of the strong defense There is reason to believe that DER, fit its budget. Forest becomes a reality. Another state 1I I 1I

stance of our Florida delegation in Con- in view of concerns raised in this area, The fropert'y has tentatively been earned agency is eyeing portions of this propertyas + era Lek.k I
part of a massive transportation system
the: 'BJack Creek State Forest" and its
it is hard to imagine its members may' be having second thoughts about i
gress, sponsor hopes to see it become Flonda's that will eventually connect'Jacksonville j
flying in the face of a law protecting a their site selection procedures, and the fifth state-managed forest.The Clay Coun- and Tampa.

U.S. defense site. Even should they manner in which the sites selected were ty Board of Commissioners recently put its Opposition from the Gilman Paper Co.

want to amend the law to allow the sale thrust on affected communities without stamp of approval on the project, also seems likely since placing the property -' / Guenccu.
of Blanding property for a hazardous prior notice or the opportunity for.input unanimously adopting called a resolution in its on a state preservation list could mean j t !
Commissions in
support on
acquisition of the: property now appraised
waste treatment they could not into the selection process.
facility, neighboring counties to do likewise.Ms. at' $1,500 per acre, through eminent domain
do so before the May 1 deadline decreedby DER's excuse for the rush-rush selection Hutchison fears that a hazardous court procedures. Some individuals, 01 ,' "

the State Legislature.. process is that the time limit of May waste treatment facility, if located at have also expressed concern about having VY01N.MwpesrR r ding. / y y, I II' .
Why DER and Weston would even 1 was mandated by the State, Camp handing, could have a"terrible impact" 'such a large tract of land exempt from
on her wildlife corridor proposal. taxes in light of the: fact that Camp Standing -
consider proposing a Blanding site, Legislature, allowing DER'only eights 'There is possibility: that ash, from and Gold Head Branch State Park / pioritar'Y
under these circumstances, shows that months to do a job that has taken some, burning waste, would fall onto our forests both in Clay County, ire already tax exempt pwar.wAbove
decisions made by computers are not, states three years to perform. If so, and lakes in that region with detrimental .'

always compatible with, common sense. perhaps some of the blame for the present -', effects on plant and animal life," Ms. Hut The persistent Ms. Hutchison, however,
fiasco need to' be chison says. Camp Blanding officials have
I may spread is well aware that acquiring this propertyfor
So now ,we come to the three prison around.. But the unwilling,"host" communities also expressed similar concerns' about use of the: public and preservation of its'natural
sites designated by DER/Weston in should not be the ones to suffer' possible effects on forests* in their 72,000 resources will by no means be an
Bradford ,and Union Counties., Here from a flawed acre reservation. easy, overnight victory. She is also well
"again, a computerized point system of process 'According' to., Mrs' ''Hutchison, if the aware that the: greatest determining factorin
rating state-owned sites apparently Black Creek State Forest becomes a reality preserving this''wildlife corridor, the shows the '
QUESTIONSWhy it would be managed by the: State Divi- creeks that flow through it. and the: plants, map proposed 1
site for Black Creek
triumphed over common sense. the
;would anybody-1-' anything... even a sion of Forestry and the: Florida Game & and animals that inhabitate it will come Forest
(Wildlife Corridor), The
In its haste to select a final site by mindless computer- pick a hazardous waste site Fresh Water Fish Commission, and could from support of the: people. 'skirts SR 21' North of Gold property Head

May 1, many' substantive issues about that requires an Act of Congress, to make it, be used by the public for hunting canoe-, "This is what's going to put it over- the Branch State Park and east of Camp'

which the public should have been in- available! ing outdoor hiking activities.camping She, realizes fishing and however other: people themselves," Ms. Hutchison Blanding.

formed during the site selection process Why would they pick three sites surrounded by deer ares.

were apparently overlooked by DER., major prisons, and several minimum security .

These omissions include specific infor- prisons, with no contingency plan developed for Federal Act Protects' Letters. "
mation as to what type of toxic or hazar' evacuating prisoners in case of emergency, Including Blanding .

dous'waste are to be delivered to the ,side or outside spills of the hazardous plant? waste' ) materials, In- ;From Waste Site, KLPOA ToldIt Good Samaritans
treatment site? What is the J potential; for
spills or malfunctions within the plant, .Why were five seml'flnall1ltea selected with no .' Thanked for Help
that might trigger evacuation of the notification of county or city officials, legislators would require an Act of Congress to, part ,of certain",Jand, or 'permanent im TO: Kathy Weaver Trooper Abrams
population? The development of or the: news media In the: concerned areauntil place a hazardous waste treatment plantat provements thereon.., to any party other: 'June. Griff: .
prison after the fact Camp Blanding. Col. Kent Petelle, than the: United States. ,
actual plans for ''evacuation of facility manager of the base, told a gathering : THANK'YOU.. We always hope that we
These puzzling questions still remain Col. Petelle said he would be very con- will never need the: of
prisoners; and whether it would be of Kingsley Lake Property Owners at help our fellow man,"
unanswered. the Kingsley Civic Center .last Saturday cerned about the: possible effect that air but when the: occasion does arise, it is nice ,
night. omissions from a hazardous 'waste Incineration to know that: there are still GOOD'' '
process could have on pine SAMARITANS in this world.
Col. Petelle cited Public Law 493, forests in the: Camp Blanding reservation, ,'*
I enacted by Congress in 1954, which which are a major source of revenue for' A THANK YOU to KATHy WEAVER
authorized: the Secretary of the Army to the State Armory Board. who administered first aid, comforted my -
TNJorth;Central ''Florida' convey the 72,000 acres of Standing property wife at the: accident site and even went the
to the Armory Board .State of County Commissioner James Jett extra mile to come to the: hospital to see
Regional Planning Council Florida,with: the provision that,in event of whose district includes Camp Blandmg, how I was doing.

,, ,m.. .. MAIM.__IIT, sears aOm, .Aiisianviiu. rLotuo* ....a. any national emergency the use of the pointed out that in addition to the military A THANK YOU to TROOPER ABRAMSwho
(.....l .:.__ mmncaM .nnnnoarebruary 4 Federal land, or any part thereof. "shall activities canned on there the camp is was so understanding and both
revert to the: United States for the full :surrounded by undeveloped lands that are at the: accident site and the caring hospital. I
," period of such national without: ideally suited for recreation and
emergency conservation -
; realize this: is his job but
:2. ,,SSecretary '' cost to the federal The even though he
,... government purposes. camp is also contiguousto was working three: separate accidents he i
The law further provides' that in consideration the proposed "Black Creek: Forest"tract took the time to explain, and en'x
:' : '1 : :,:' 'I ,' of land which the State ,
-:: ; :! : ,I:: ;,,;'f' of the of the of Florida is courage.
,'i),, 0't'I'I'IJ"t'( ; : .s5irr :,'ti'! :(" ".'.1! ':'" :'., conveyance considering purchasing, Jett said.
ala> II, ,I.; i\, :::!ifl'ii4.\ \, ',\\I' ,,I II U; ;-V'1"} '11'4l'r,, ,,', '. ?' Federal land, the Armory Board, acting A THANK YOU to JUNE
''Twin lovers Offittea Dufldfag" ':, 'II\YI\\!3 \'.',:('.k}' :),;;,,:>; >;;" ,, ', 1, ';" for the: State of Florida shall agree to use Rep. Chance Ervine also pledged her left the accident GRIFFIS who
site to
11 air Stone Road ,' '' I",,' .. I '" ,', for military purposes only and not to sell, support in keeping the: hazardous waste him to the get my son and bring
hospital to
Tallahaaeeo TL 31311 otherwise: of all plant out of be with me at this:
convey dispose or any Blanding. trying time A sign of a.good neighbor

Dear .Secretary-Twatcbnaat Finally THANK YOU to ali my friends

who stayed with: my wife at the hospital,
'At1' ita meeting en January Zs. our Council'a Board of Director revlevtd ,C-CAP Formed to'Fight: ,called, brought food and cared during this
'the alternative propoeala for'a basardeua vaete dlapoaal'facility difficult time. .
.location a. developed by tbe Bepartment of Environmental. Regulation Hazardous Waste 3-County Area James W.Todd Jr.Rt. .
(DM),, I,Box 91,Starke, "I

'a.'ot this revlev, va were .r7' dieappolnted to conduce that Sandra O'Briant-Johnaon, temporary chairman of the newly formed C-CAP Community Thanked
are baa undertaken a process to identify candidate ,eltee for i.. .(Coalition of Citizens Against Pollution) announces that a complete set of For Assistance After
'facility, with a aubaequeat alininatioa ,reo... to narrow the au.bsrt., materials concerning hazardous waste disposal and treatment facilities has B-U I
five proposed '.'.'. vitbout bavin* adequate putlle or agaaeypartleipatioa been placed in the Starke library for the information of the general public.Persons Clinic Fire .. ,. '
.r notice' Such notion would not .... to ba aoaaiatent wishing to make use of this data may refer to it at any time during regular Editor, Telegraph:: ,
,vitb tba .,Srl' of Norida'a .0'.. government* policy,.. nor tbe .rlgattoknov -' library hours. The '

." regulatlona of'both the state and federal, goveruen\a.CBDeiquentlr ., The next meeting of C-CAP will be held Friday night,Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. in the' District ADM III on Planning behalf of Council the: Bradford-of HRS',
County Commission room of the courthouse.This is a three-county organization Union-Putnam
: viii. va recognise the need for tke Stateto, act and representatives from Union and Clay Counties are urged to Join with Brad- to Guidance Clinic would like
axpeditieualy la aeleeting a site to .$1'0.' of our baaardoua w.te. v.' ford citizens in their opposition to location of a hazardous waste treatment for publicly thank the Starke community
.._. oa behalf of'all of our .itiz.n.. that a greater epportuaity ba in this area. plant their rapid response of assistance
.given for involvement In the sits location decision. To .....'1... tale" 4 following the recent fire at the Starke loca-
if-the apecifla aita proposed to b. used la vithln our region, ve request Plaoifor a Hazardous Waste Awareness Day on Saturday, March 5, were ,'tJon. We feel certain that the fine residents
that aa Invlroanontal, Inpaat .,at...., (SIS) be prepared, vitb aa discussed and committees were named to promote fund-raising events, and of Bradford County realize what important 1
." 0r'.aUr.r area raeldeata to ba lavolved'la ,.. development. .f the ,} distribute information on hazardous waste through the schools., ,services the Clinic provides for the area, "

.atudy'a-aeepa. work.Va f To mention only few the many who
contributed, we would like
further ask tbat. vnan ...,1.,... ,.. &11.. submitted to the Regional. Weakener! and staff of starke to thank Lanes Pat
Planning Council for"revlev and aommeatvitb. ma .pportunltyta bold Russell Turner and staff of the Probation
I' appropriate public bttriage. and Parole' Office, ***. Pat Slack and staff
.' in
Forestry Bradford CountyAttention i of the Econo-Lodge
Ve are .tbafoamplylng' with this requeat'Will be both tine eonaunlac, Bradford Timothy Rearick: of
,and expensive. ovaver. the decision being sad la critical witb reepeat "Pltacmi Chapman and
to ita potential Impact on north central Florida.' therefore .ia.. va LandownersHave 'Beverly Bradford Emergency Services, and Ms. '
map ba asked to bear the burden for the aatirW '.t.,. by accepting its and staff of the senior
baaardoua vote, it would .... reasonable that doe care ba taken to fully you heard of the "Conservation '-(determined by the Soil Conservation Service = ing center.and All services of the: above assisted with hous-
explain tbs Inpllaatlana of having tba facllit/ in ourarea./ Reserve Program"' (CRP) mentioned ) of an credible nature can sign-up. during the emergency
'before? The has been discussed AU of the and ,I
program under this program. groups, along
'.V. will appreciate'nay favorable_ .conaideratlom" you give this raqaeet.Sincerely in Bradford County In the past. Many lan Acceptance of any landowner will be with many others,have our utmost respect, I

.. ,downers did not qualify because the program based on; (1) whether the soil in the field and gratitude. The response given to/the I .
requirements did not apply to soils in. being farmed is erodible (2) whether that ,needs of the: Guidance Clinic have shown
(\ \ SlCIoalr.r. ,our county.. field was farmed in two out of the five I many people what a fine community you
\ .. Let's start from the-beginning. The Con- years mentioned, and (3) whether the rental enJoy -
Beverly fill servation Reserve Program was established price per acre quoted by the landowner 'Bob Bubb, Chairman
... ';., I by the U.S. Congress in 1988.Purpose of is within an acceptable limit. ,ADM Planning Council
'the program was to give the farmer or lan According to Fletcher Stephens,District
downer incentive, ($) to quit farming Soil Conservationist there are from 2,000to Bradford Delegate
highly erodible fields. The landowner 4,000 acres in Bradford County which County
'"' .., would offer the USDA-ASCS annual Planning Council:
.' an rental MAY qualify since the requirements have
rate per acre that he would accept not been'' reduced. He advised for any landowner
s1tAOFORp to farm a particular piece or acreage. who may be interested. that if the
COIp' If the landowners rental rate was accepted land has any slope change (such as near a Shaw Zoning Case
by ASCS, they would pay that rental major creek: or river) there is a good At
Muws QIilig: rate to the landowner for a ten-year chance of the land qualifying under this I Kingsley Lake :
Vi wap1 period.The landowner would then agree to program. i Continued to Mar. 14 I
G place the credible field in some permanentcover For further information of either qualifying
such as pine seedlings. The ASCS or signing up under this program, Upon motion by the defendant, the case
"'frO'" .oe G.. riMOVSON-JOHN M.MUM will then agree to reimburse the landowner -;; contact any of us at the Agricultural: against violations Eugene F.Shaw for alleged zoning
*,""" ...... up to 80% of his costs to plant trees Building here in Starke for details. Unfor- at Kingsley Lake. set for pretrial -
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Clue Matter at the Post on the credible field. tunately there isn't much time to give this Monday,March a, was continUed until
Starke, Florida. tinder Act of March 3. 1879. Subect1pUon rate In trade Office at New change in the Conservation program much thought. The sign-up 'a.m.Monday,March 14.The continuance
I $7.Ob ebt lIah.... Outside trade area:: $13 per;year; $7.50 Itx menth& area '12 pet year. Reserve Program will allow some landowners period runs from now until Feb. 19. I'm wu granted by Judge L. Thomas McAn-
In Bradford County to take part In hoping this county will see another sign-up ,
Phone (CB04) 064-6305! 135 W.Call Shat/p Drawer ,I this program if you so desire. Any landowner -' period later, for those of you who need Shaw was charged with failure to
stark,norkta 32O81 I who may have cropped a field for more time to think it over. Remember- necessary permits, and movrn a moS*
t any two years from 1961-1966 on soil planted pines pay. home into an area rotted rlmJJ1
'. Residential at Kingsley Lake



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Engagements ,
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-Kinchet, '. '
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Engagement ToldMr. ) ,;h4 '1\1\\::' ;

and Mrs. Curtis E.: Sullivan of
Starke announce the engagementand
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Melissa Kay to Larry
Kmchen of Keystone, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Kinchen of Melrose.
The bride-elect is employed by
Eugene Shaw, Attorney at Law. The
groom-to-be is employed by Teague
Plumbing.The .
ai wedding will be March 12, 1988
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Aunt Cliff Rahme'! ctlfbrate:* hr.:, 105th birthday with family; and' ,
Pictured ..above left to right, are Paula Register Tracy Wells, Tammy WtakleV Diane Simpson Loins ,friend at Whispering Pines Convalescent Horn. '
Reddish. Joan Hall and Peggy Thomas. '

., Mrs Rahme Celebrates 105th Becryby
I Lorna Reddish Elected President Junior Women's Clubby : ,
Buster Rahn her husbands death for her
I Buster Rahn .. BCT Staff Writer children. I '
BCT Staff Writer presented with a 1988 pin during the Awards were given three >club One hundred five years ''ago The Rahmes had six children, five
I Lorna Reddish was installed as installation ceremony, in which Ms. members for outstanding service in February 3, 1883 a daughter was of whom continue to live nearby:""
president of the Jr. Woman's Club of Thomas delivered the pledge ofoP, 1987; Christie Torode for woman- f- born to Mr. and Mrs...James Greene Edna Dyal, Jacksonville;, Gladys
Starke for 1988 at its end- f-the-'ear fice."To the-year; Lorna .Reddish, of McRae, located east of Lake Chesser, Starke; George Rahme,
The installation ceremony was Woman's Club is to be allied with ,Donn rookie of the year : the Infant girl Mary Clifford Starr of Waldo Clyde Rahme is
directed by Ms. Peggy Thomas, constructive forces," Ms. Thomas Jan Thornton organized the dinner Chester Arthur, was president deceased.
told the assembly ,, the United States at the The "Aunt Cliff" is
president of the Starke Woman's"Club. meeting. ---" -- -- bmg a member of the
,who also presided in installing Telegraph Was in Its fourth year Waldo Baptist Church and was'active -
Diane Simpson as vice-president, ., Larry Feltner Ruthle Underwood having been founded in 1879. Florida in church work as long as health
Tammy Winkler,2nd vice-president- \\Annual, Strawberry PageantPlans residents remembered well the permitted. She was able to care for
I Paula Register, treasurer and Tracy!' hardships of the War Between the her own needs until she reached age
I Wells, secretary. Made Now UnderwoodFeltnerEngagement States, which ended just 18 years 100, five years ago. In 1986 she suf
I Ms. Joan Hall outgoing presidentof Being Told earlier and looked 'forward to a fered a stroke but continued to live
I the Jr, Woman's Club assisted Ms growing population, with people with family members until last Oc
, Thomas. The'Annual Strawberry Pageant will be held at the newly renovated'Bradford William Jtand Ruth C. Underwoodof moving into the stale from Georgiaand tober (1987)( ,>when she came to livein
,I Each of the incoming officers was High School auditorium on Saturday, April at 7 p.m. Ticket Information Hampton announce the engage- the Carolines. Jacksonville and Whispering Pines Convalescent '
\ will be published at a later date. ment of their daughter, Ruthie. Palatka were resort towns, with Center on Col in Starke.
Plans for Bradford County's 26th Annual Strawberry Pageant are now Louise, to Larry Dean Feltner, son steamboats plying the St.Johns Friends and family gathered Friday -
': "" under way. Those persons interested in being a contestant should pick up of Clyde and Carolyn Moody of Lake River. afternoon, Feb. 5, In the dining
the rules and regulations and an application form at Mitchell's Drug Store Butler room at Whispering Pines to '
'or the Bradford High School office as soon as possible. Only the first 20 applicants The wedding will be held June 24 Mrs, Greene, Mary .Clifford's celebrate'' ''the 10 Mi decades this''' "
will be accepted. ,at Victory Baptist Chapel in Hampton. mother, died in 1886, leaving a Son grand lady has lived and blessed the
Contestants should review the regulations to determine if they can meet and ,,five daughters to grow up I lives of all who knew her.
the criteria If so, the application form should be completed and returned The bride-elect graduated from without a mother since Mr. Greene Five living generations 'were'at ;
Rescue'Dial 911 along with a black and white photo of applicant to Mitche jjj'a! Drug Store Bradford High School and is now attending -: did, not remarry the ''party", with 6-month-old Chad N,
by noon March S.Acceptance notification from the Starke Junior Women'sClub Santa Fe Community College -I Mary Clifford who became ''AuntCliff" Lawson being the youngest,,Chad is '
will follow receipt of applications.' and working at Burger King In 'to, numerous nieces'and' a great-great grandson. I '
; Emergency, : Dial 911 :Starke. nephews, grew up'in the area, and 'Mrs.Rahme has 22 grandchildren,
I ? The groon'1-to-be'is' a graduate'of married George Rahme, a descendent iSS great grandchildren and 12 great-i
Lake Butler High School, is in the of Pennsylvania-Dutch stock,' great grandchildren.Just .
National Guard and working at [mixed with German. think of all the changes Mrs. -
Florida State Prison 'George and Mary Clifford Rahme 'Rahme has seen,from horse and
I ': : : .i1jndle Romance lived and farmed in this area, until buggy days to space travel-. Her hie' ,
New Arrivals George Rahme died in 1939. Mrs has spanned a most interesting timein
\ ,";" ," Rahme continued to farm, following the history of the
'''/\/i'' ,' .w world.'J'
, 1 \'14; '',', Cory Alan ReddishDean a son, Phillip Jacob, born Feb. 4 in
1(1( ,, ,' ,'" South Carolina. He joins a twoyearold (":
and Tracey Reddish' ; "
''I 1,. sister, Katie.
: "
: ,;\: / Starke announce the birth of a son, Maternal grandparents are' Mr ,
, ;""';', '; ',f '" :, 'i'I Cory Alan. He was born Monday, and Mrs. 'Alan Baker of Leesburg;, ",'
Jan. 11 at Alachua General Hospitaland
I weighed 9 Ibs. 15 oz." and, Fla.Paternal grandparents are Harry '; "
, measuring 211/4 inches long. and Doris Rehberg of Raiford. '
' ,;, Maternal grandparents are Mr "
and Mrs. James (Red) Waters of
,. ,,, ,' '" Providence. Great-grandparents James" Eric Griff :: rSy.,,
"" ., are Mr. and ,Mrs. Clarence Allen of James and Cindy Griffis of i.1 : 'v'I

,;,, iJJiS 'lIUT.A.q9.p.S! DAB O'Steen Lake Butler of Providence.and Ms. Emmerrean, birth Graham of a are son,proud James to Eric announce, born Feb.the Kye y
,; Paternal grandparents are Ms.
I at Alachua General Eric ,
with Lingerie available only at LEILA'S Barbara Jean Reddish of Starke and, joins two sisters, Gma Hospital.,. ,age S and ,; re..,
Mr. Lamar Reddish of,Graceville. Melissa 2'/i. 4
Panties $7.00 2 pc. set $20.00 Great-grandparents are Mr. and Maternal grandparents are Boots ( "
Mrs. Frank Norman of Starke and Brown of Starke and the late A.C
Gown set $36.dO Mr. and Mrs. F.R.. Carradme of Brown. :;;
Lawtey '
Ikt tton thatffivts soviet,ffo soviet trutrgt fay esni .'''W Paternal grandparents,are R.G. '
you on -a- ys. carry junior and Julia Griffis of Graham. Great-
pttius, mats&Carge tints., Phillip Jacob Rehberg grandparents are Mary Taiba of,
Graham and the late Alfonso Taiba.
BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 9645051Store Mr:and Mrs. Bruce W. Rehberg of ,
Beaufort S.C.,announce the birth of
Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30-5:30: : Leila's Visa. Mastercard : '" ,
Meeting. .
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"///s//s/itf... : UDC Meeting Monday ,
,. Carrie Bell Griff and EconoLodge Manager Pat Slack
The W.T. Weeks Chapter of the
UDC will meet Monday. Feb..IS ,1/ .
;,, on
at : the Bradford Family ;Mrs. .Recognlzed For. 20 Years
1774tcnt'n : Restaurant.
speci4i e ,All members are urged to attena. '"Carne Bell Griffis completed 20, honored with an award during a cot'
years of employment with the Econo;I fee and cake ceremony hosted by'
Lodge Tuesday, Jan. 26?and was Patricia Slack, manager, andat-,
tended by co-workers./
Symbols dLova/ / a; tTAMCI STARK! eAMitvn.ilW.lmwt Mrs. Griffis a native oT Starke'
fGotdtn hearts fnd diamonds shin*to rings and farrtng 411 W. MA PLAZA ltM T w D n.Ma itMCKt 'and graduate of Bradford' High
PAIATKAftuika School is laundry manager for the
MM MVULIUCMMW motel,and senior employee in length''
0 U1 I of service. She confided that she will

Kina ALA I IKMAUT HANOI AMC continue to work for "a couple more,,
l mn CcnMr years.'" ,
Mrs.Griff is' husband is employed
< SALE STARTS TODAY THRUSATURDAY 'at the'Florida .Surplus Property''
Warehouse, on US-301 south. The'
/ Dan RiverPolyester couple have seven children: Evelyn

q & Cotton .. S O 4 9 Clayborn and' Linda Thames,'
? Waynesboro, Ga., James Sellers),
9 5 f+wiE.rraias rt, rr. SEERSUCKER Wide L yd. Chiefland/ Fla., Marvin Sellers
/' A Allays aim ob bh- Glenn Sellers and Clayton Sellers,
V V Polyester & Cotton 45" wideGINGHAM Starker 'and"" SSgt.' Anna Kirley;
; 95 Assorted Colors and sizes '.\
Alpha Delta Kappa ,
Polyester & CottonVALENTINE '' '"
Monthly Meeting ,

PRINTS ,$159 .; Alpha Delta Kappa of the Alpha a
$2995 45" wide Gamma Chapter :met in the .
Episcopal Parish hall on Monday,
Dan River 60" wide Feb. 1 at 7 p.m.Presidentelect. '
.$2296 Polyester& Cotton Reg. Monterey Wasdin
OxFORDS $149 introduced the guest speaker Mr.
1.98 'Bob Reardon from the Bradford
e Stripes Solids Fancies I yd.TSHIRT Guidance Clinic. Mr. Reardon gavea

very informative talk on the subject -
KNITS of Aids."..
QQO Hostesses for the evening were

Solids & Prints. L.F.-60" wide I t' UUydGrosgrain Sandra Duncan, Lynn Melvin,Eddie
Joyce Sexton and Joan Watson. The
hostesses carried out the theme of
Satin Valentine's Day in their beautiful

s 95 RIBBON C table decorations and the delicious '
I 5 Values refreshments.
66995W1LLIAMS.JEWELRY" Sold By Roll Only yd. toSSC "



30" wide yd
ON' SALE HEREatik.bOUtouri'RFE

/ : ,',' ..;r r' Silk Polyester Latesi WHILE THEY LASTQpflTpE5p '
,, Starke Plaza --onR-g. $100 a lottery'llclteta"COMMISSARY

li', '" 446 W, Madison $3995v'v <: Val to 10.00 ea. I ea, .
,: : Starke, Florida, 32091 r 'FOOD STORE
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.r. '" "' '964-7064 r tawtey
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I'J(if 6'T... February U, 19118

USDA Commodity Dates School MenusFeb.
!.\ .
I Not J For Distribution'
cc' Hampton
.. b oil. ., 15-19 I
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announce the following dates
H/L/fes/ / for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and income Bradford Elem.& Middle School

CORRECTION I one.half mile West of Raiford Rd. (S.R. eligibility scale Information may be obtained from the Suwannee Mntteyt. Sioppy> Joe., 1 ulkbun., butt xrd -,
... 16)), out of parcel 02345-0-00000: Section River Economic Council Inc .tr.. eI'I'1IbDrtCa.
In Ian ... I paper a Ugal appeared!, ..y'OoM.nlr/ TMe4.,t Chlcen tI OC1Iea. Vk peanut butter
regarding a toning application en .....alf 2O.Jo be used for mobile hem park Phone/ 44-I f IJ Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributions sandwich buttered green pew, trull cup mil*.
ol LEONARD V; MOOM. SR., for p-eclal plan exemption density no more ,than to the elderly and handicapped. U you have trouble standing,please bring W4- wlj' BM.vegetable. soup,CRMM tout*

.xceptlon.-Home Occupation., This (.gal five to the acre. '105th Birthday... a fold1n lawn chair so you can be more comfortable. toned clad, War. brownie UM Muket, milktkmejiyi kalu4. .bum,c.k-
odvertliem.nt and You are further given NOTICE that a USDA Emergency Food Assistance Ia available to all .
was totally Incorrect Congratulations to Mrs. Mary Clifford program eligible tag dew. Hete. man.rrld
.hould not have appeared at all.W available copy said for proposed ORDINANCE I I.. Rahme who celebrated her recipients regardless of race, color, national origin, ale, sex or ban'cheap. .;l Managers Cnom Dey
opala," for any Incanvonlonco' your Inspection al the office '
of the Director of 105U birthday on Friday Feb. S at
and Planning
or problem this Incorrect School
r.sulting'rem' Distribution sites and dates are as follows: Bradford High ,
209 N. Thompson St.. City Hall, Whispering Pines Nursing Home in
odvertls.m.nt. Starke Florida. Starke. FEB. 17: BROOKER City Hall, 10 am.-1 p.m. M Md.r> Sloppy> Jot OH .bun, trench trial, green
Tha Idltor ; FEB. 18: STARKE Old RJE School, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. seem, Key Him pie, milk.Tmidayi .
_._ Each:.and every person having any Interest Among those celebrating with Dull cheese tout, lowed salad,
--- ------ --- FEB 19 STARKE Old RJE 9 a.m1:30 .
: School. :
whatever In the enactment of this Mrs. Rahme were her daughters p.m. peen, cnocolat cake, milk. ,
IN 'THE CIRCOIT COURT', EIGHTH proposed ORDINANCE, should appear Alta Albrecht, Gladys Chesser anaHazel 'FEB, 22:' LAWTEY Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10 a.m.2:00: WednmUyi Chicken rM, peanut butter 4
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- and be heard at the time and place Starr of Waldo, and Edna ,p.mFEB.. .honey sandwich, green tuna beam, fruit cup
23: HAMPTON Hall 10 am.2 cootie, milk
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA prescribed Dyal of Jacksonville, and her son" City p.m. ."........"' Fried olllc"aIIl1ee'gravy,buttered
JUVENILE DIVISION BOARD OF CITY 'George Rahme of 24: SPEEDVILLE, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10 m.-l:30 green peu fruit, hot rolli milk
CASE NO. 87.28-CJ ((2.887)) OF STARKE COMMISSIONERSBy Dick Hinson 'of Hampton, a p.m.Please Friday i Manager. *Choice Day.
IN THE INTEREST OF: : parrel! O'Neal nephew of Mrs. Rahme, was also bring a box or bag to put your commodities In. AIaCarteMOIICIay
CHARLES J. HALL Director, Stark r
present and was celebrating t 75th FMaa ,
DOB'' 3/18/87-- Zoning a Planning : .trencn Mel cheeseburgers corndogi -
birthday. milk.nake.Tse.dayi
'A ChildSUMMONS Itchg 2/11 Mrs. Rahme hat 22 grandchildren. Cheeseburgers, corndogl, pies,
; AND NOTICEOF *"' ; french I.....milkahakea, O.J..
.' PETITION ., NOTICE OF INTENTION 55 great grandchildren and 12 great ,. Weeaeidayi. Pizza, hamburger corndoge,
.,". FOR PERMANENT COMMITMENT'I 'i TO REGISTER .greatgrandchildren.Mrs. 'I.,. 1I'tIIICIlIn.., milMnakeaTk .
,;THE STATE OF FLORIDA: FICTITIOUS NAME Rahme was born in McRae, .ndni Pizza. "hamburger trench fries,

,' I Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Fla. She resided with her daughter. Church CHatter. m.O.J."rida,. Manager choice day
,t6;; RUBY ANN ELMORE Statute, notice i I. hereby given that the Hazel Starr,who also lived in Hampton .;, Each day students I nave a choice ol a hot lunch"
'',Addratt Unknown undersigned AUNT J'S GARAGE. INC., until 1945. When Mrs. Starr mov- mud bar or la-carte
P. O. Box 1047. Melrose, Flo. 32666 ,ed to Waldo, her mother made her
"' CHARLES WILLIAM HALL' Joanne lawler; President and Harold J. home there until last October when Chill Social Set ,

Address Unknown howler Secretory sole owner. doing she required supervised nursing At Evergreen Baptist
'! ''J business under the firm name of GREEN '
You or. hereby notified thai a petition POND CONSTRUCTION P. O. ton 1047 care.Mrs.. Rahme looked lovely In her Evergreen Baptist Church will be .,
under oath copy of which li attached Melrose, Fla.. 32"' Intend to remitter party dress with a yellow rose cor having a Chili Social on Saturday, ,
hereto,' hat been filed In the obove ttyled old fictitious name under the aforesaid sage. She was seated at a table'' Feb. 13 beginning at 6-30 p.m.
Court for the permanent>commitment totut*. holding a decorated birthday cake. Everyone Is invited to attend. e -
'of CHARLES JUNIOR HALt. a mole child Dated this 28th day ol January 1988 The dining room was decorated with There will be a gospel singing follow-
burn on February }IS. ,,1987 at In Putnam County. balloons and lovely flowers.The ing the meal. Featured singers will
Goln4ilta. Alachiia County/. Stale of 2/4 4chg 2/25 par.
Nazworths. O
floi, '?-fa, 19,!,the D.partm.nt of Health and ty table held many birthday gifts o ,
,fi*>hoWliol4v(, Service for tubiequent and greetings. In a promment place eG1Ic

Ion and you are hereby command. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO was a framed congratulatory cer- Gospel Sing Planned l
i be and appear bofor.he REGISTER tificate from President Ronald and
utmi George H. Pierce, Acting, FICTITIOUS NAME Nancy Reagan.:Another framed certificate At Starke Elementary

i,;', 'ot the Circuit Court ol the Brad- Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida named Mary Rahme resi- 'On February 21 r c -J ;
'Y i!imfy Courthouse, at 1 30 o'clock Statutes" notice I i. hereby given that the dent of the month and was signed by J
W on' Wednesday March 2, 1988 ,olHj undersigned. Warren D. Fletcher Star Frederick Cline Administrator of Scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 21 l 1
." ",Brqdfo'd\ ; County. Florida. Rout Box 20 Crescent City. Fla. 32012. the nursing home. beginning at 2 p m, there will be a t
'',I Itiflfuct/ \ 'l".r appear,\on the date' ole owner, doing business under the .Happy Birthday was sung to Mrs. big Gospel Program at Starke J
,: H' 1 9}iF ii/M'tkme/ > specif,led or tend a wrlt- firm name ol F a R Rental, cba In Home Rahme by the group of relatives and Elementary Cafeteria. ,
? ,un tinbofwt Id: the Court, prior to that Medical 107-P West Edwards *d., friends attending the celebration. Featured singers will be the' '
', 'iimf ,.YSdjrfoIlure appear or retpond Sta..... Fla, Intends to register said fictitious 'fabulous White singers of Jacksonville
oNII"W"aet.d, / at.a consent the per. name under the aforesaid Condolence.,. Doc McKenzie and the Gospel' .
mdnonf cornrnttment and you may 10.. statute. Hi-Lites of Paterson, N.J.,, the
is extended to the fami-
all legal( rights at a parent to the.chlld or Dated Sympathy
this 28th day ol January 1988
Ponder Singers of Jacksonville, r,
and fnends of Lewis
children named in the Petition for Permanent In Bradford County. ly Grady Perry
Rev. Charlie Brown 'and the True:
Commitment attached to th. who died Feb. 6.
2/4 4chg 2/25: ,
'Summons.WITNESS. Saints of Atlanta, Jeffrey Mcintyre
'" l and Third Genera
'i + 1" V. of Jacksonville
My hand ot the Clerk of Sold' EIGHTH Visitors,.
Court and the Seal thereof this'' 22nd day IN THE 'CIRCUIT COURT. Mn. Evelyn last tion of ,Jacksonville. Country .
Visiting Vaughan
of 1988, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT_ 'IN AND FOR BRADFORD -, Preacher, Rev. Reuben Willmgham.
.'January. :GILBERTS.BROWNft's COUNTY FLORIDA.I ,,' week were her son and grandson? of Augusta, Ga.,, will, ''also be. CHASTAIN'S JEWELRY
,Edward Veltman and Dustin of Centralia '
Clerk of Court
lo.c W. Call Open Sat.'tIl5!
IUm ls.
2/4 4tchg 2/25 'CASE NO. B7.101.CP ,
FILE No. 1-3879
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3S3' ".;;..---------T'I', ) i'"i'l' 'm .i" H IN RE: The Estate of' Hampton Elementary

On Friday Feb.' '12, Principal
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA CASE NO 86.495-1j: The-administration NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION the Estate of, 'Mary 'Ann Kyle; will( award certificates VALENTINE'S DAY GIFT GUIDE

DAVID C, BROOKS and ELMA VIRGINIA HANBURY. Deceased. to students who have earn-
ed all A-B's and for Perfect PLEASE SEE OUR' AD IN THE THURSDAY
EILEEN M. BROOKS his wife File No. 1-3879 Is pending In the Circuit all A's PJ
Plaintiffs Court for Bradford County, Florida Probate Attendance ,during the, third six TIMES, UNION FOR MORE GIFT IDEASI!
vs 'r. Division the address ol which Is weeks grading period. /

BEATRICE R, D'ARMENIA a/k/a 925 North Temple Avenue, P. O, Drawer Those receiving all A's ''were:

BEATRICE R. PATTI. FRANK LEWIS B. Storks, Florida 32091. The names and Grade 1-Melody Barr, Oetria Ford ._ AT.J'ax: WE HAVE''THAT
D ARMENIA. JOHN W. HALSEY and JEAND addresses of the personal' representative .' Kcista Fuqua, Jason Lovell, Crystal ,
HALSEY. his wile, DAVID L. POWELL ,and the personal representative Murphy, Enk Scoggms, Roberta
and CLARICE H. POWELL,' hit wife, and. altorneyare set forth below. Searcy and Jassy Starling., Grade -
'LELIA ALESCIA POWELL, All Interested person are required to 2-Clay Archey, Travis Crew, Vicki PERFECT
,Defendant file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS Hutto Peter Knipp, John McMillan, .
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE; OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION '((1) all ,Matthew Mulus, Paul Phillips and PRICES BEGIN THURS., FEB.' 11th.

NOTICE It given that pursuantto claim against the estate and ((2)) any ob- Amanda Rowland. Grade 3-Hope THRU WED.. FEB...17th,. ... '___ -. ,,,
the Final Judgment ol Foreclosureentered : lectjon by on Interested person on whom Archey Alex Kirchaine Jason Mc-
In the Circuit Court of the Eighth this notice wo Served that challengesthe Cullough. Grade 4-Tort Hersey and AT OURwSTARKFLQCAUQNOW.YI!, '"',
Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County. validity of the will.the qualification
Charlotte Smith. Grade 5-Jennifer
Florida, CTviP, Action Case No.: of the personal representative venue, s
86.49S-CA on February 1, 1988, w. will or jurisdiction of the court. Darley., der
tell the following described property lyIng ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT: All A-B's: Grade 1-Jimmy Col- -Th-_ 3oc
,' and being situate (In Bradford County. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. eman, Tonya Brown Christina Car-, ,
Florida to wit: Publication of this Notice hat begun michael, Christina Crawford, Deena
A portion ol the SE ./*ol the SE 1/4 of on February 11, 1988. 'Crawford, Bobby Dennis Sherry RYM
Section :29,'Township 6 South, Rang. 22 Personal Representative: DeSue,, Pat Flanagan, Kame Lee, CALVERT
East In the City ol Starke. Bradford Mildred Elizabeth West Jessica Marshall, Roger MItzel, GOLD
County Florida and being more par.tlcularly 4079 Lazy Acre Rood Paul Morgan, Allen Rhodeir; Roger GIN ANDWHITE OGADOR
described as follows Mlddleburg Fla. 32068 Underwood and Melody 33 BEt.' 1.75
For1 l-point ol, "reference commence at Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Youngblood. Grade 2-Robert LITER .
the NW corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/", : Broome, Alicia' Crosley Teddy

and run Ihence South 87d.gre.s, 18 Eugene F, Shaw DeMaree, Hannah Ford, Brandy 699 899 U
minute East along th. Northerly boundary 925.E North Tempi Av*. Hall, Amanda Meng, Clint Morgan. 1
1her.ofa distance ol 2S.04 feet to ,Slorke. Florida 32091 Susan Parmenter and Danny Wig- _Fta.wYIEID
the Easterly boundary of the right of way, ,((904)) 964.5200 gins. Grade 3-AUcia Baker, Jaclyn
of thence South 0 '
Epperson Street run '
2/IHtchg 2'2 Crews Christopher ,
degrees, 30 'minute East along said ,.. THE KEYS -
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Eatery| boundary a distance, of 410 feet Muse, Angela Strickland and
,' ... Grade 4-Charles
Randee Varnum.
to point of beginning. From'point of Johnson and
Crawford Jenny
beginning thus described continue South
0 degrees, 30 minutes East along ..aldEose.l NETTLES Angela Meng. Grade S-Ricky
)/ boundary a distance of 75 feet Adams, Missy Brown Christina
'to d point:run thence North 89 degree, r r Broome, Wayne Crawford, C.K. Fu-.'
30,minute East a distance of 98.08 feet qua,Jennifer Jones, Dpnny Jones
to a point; run thence North degree. 10 f ,Happy- 13th Sonya Hodges, Tracey McCullough.
rjJ'lIleW.fil, Q distance of 75 I..,, more j, Hershel Waldron and Cory Wright.. OLD =
'or :IBS*, to, o' point bearing North, 89, r Birthday !lJ ; Grade 6-Aaron Morgan, Billie Jo
.a>\ rees, 30 minute Eot from point of r Mullis, Kim Wilson and Stacy'. Thompson
'beginning, :'run thence South 89 degree.: Young.'
30 n, autos' West a distance, of 97.21 leet .

,j., : ;,:to point of beginning. We Love Your 'ftoocf-A-Thon..,. BLEND lhilmpson 80 VODKA
"l I "Said gale shall be ot public sale to the The 1.15 LITER
highest bidde for cash and In accordance Family The Partners Excellence ReadaThon 5'.a GI. lti.w ___;,, 1.75 LITER '
.. is in fall swing at school 1
: with the oforedeicribed Final F- '.... ? ,
Judgment.Said sale shall be held at the Students are encouraged to read as 1085
Main (East) Door ol the Bradford County .. many books as possible and obtain
,Courthouse In Starke;' Florida at 11:00: NURSES sponsors to donate toward this pro- j .=

''cs.m?' Eastern Standard Time, on, the 7th, You are invited to WPPCfor ject. The World Book Encyclopedia
'day of March; 1988. .' Inservice. Company will contribute $1 for each
GILBERT: BROWN an $2 collected by students. It Is hoped'several
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Subject; Infection controlin sets of encyclopedias WIll'' r7upw

TERENCE M. BROWN P.A long term care. CEU's: thereby be furnished classrooms. -

Attorney for Plaintiff 2 time: 1-3 or 3:15: to 5:15on : '.. Anyone wishing to sponsor children
Post Office Drawer 40Stark. for this worthwhile program is ui1 -
.. Florida 32091 February 17th. The fee a 1 vited to call the school.

((904) 964-8272 2/.. 21chg 2/1.| is $5.00. Instructor Jean Early Release/ .
Day. ,
Horton. Call: Tina Manz. Kentucky
rr Wednesday Feb. 17 students wIJ..t'J T-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION'FOR Nursing Secretary at f [ leave the school at 1 p.m. t Whisky,
REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF 964-6220 for reservations.
An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive = = 6''
land Use Plan Element and 88L

Map by City of Slorke, Florida In accordance THE CITY HALL OF LAWTEY WILL BE OPEN. 1
with the local Government Comprehensive "
Planning Act of 1975 o* provided THE, FOLLOWING HOURS;

Statute_lor in Chapter 163 of. the Florida r 1$5

TO: All Citizens Taxpayer and other interested -
peron. MONDAY: 9:00-12:00: : 1:00-5:30: :

You and each of you or. hereby and
herewith given notice In accordance
t, with Florida' Statute that the Board of
City Commissioner of Starke. Florida' TUESDAY:: 9:00-12:00: : 1:00-5:30: '
have designated the ;Starke Zoning and
Planning Board to conduct a public hearing .
at a regular meeting held at 7:00 'BUSCH

p.m. 'In the City Commission Room ..ofStark. WEDNESDAY: 9:00: -12:00: 1:00-5:30: :: '
City Halt Starke Florida onThursday. AND VmlRer's
February 25 1988 and make -
o recommendation to the City of Starke Natural( l J/u/ t California

Commissioners and the Board will) consider THURSDAY: 9:0012:00FRIDAY : : BUscH. C110icC. '
g on Tuesday March IS, 1988 at the 12 PAK "'
tame laid place at 7:30 p,m. on Ordinance 3 Wines
"' LI ER

The rezoning relating of to the following described 399 1"I
property and amending the Comprehensive : 9:00-12:00: : 1:00-5:30:: : lat.99

Land U.. Plan to providethat i ,MLLIEYCFIAaIJS

land currently toned R1A and 12 OZ. CANS | S jft ..
detignated by the plan a* Conservation """"
lanes ftttMe
and tingle family be reioned to RM-2.' SATURDAY:' 9:00-12:00. : .
and designated Mobile Horn Pork the ,
property of John D. Odom III, described
a* follow: Five ((5) acre, located north' .

of Weldon St. (C.R.; 229 Brownie .Rd.) ..



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Legal Notices .

' ', 705 You ore hereby notified that a petition
N E. list Street
,,' ). I Attorney for Personal Representative.
y "
,1\\11\ ,,', '" JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. Gainesville, Florida 32601: under oath, copy of which I I. attached
'i : Attorney for PersonalRepresentative hereto, has been In ttyl
. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Green ft Hobbs, P,A.
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY CIRCUIT SUNDUSADEE Individually and a* day.. February IS 1988 at 10:00 o'clock Storke. Florida 32091 DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A.P BRUCE I. HOPKINS JR t a mole child
Truttee* of the Sundutadee Looting A.M.. the undersigned Gator 964.5700P.raonol O. Drawer 1030 born on October 8, 1983. at Fort Myeri,
':; :. .,'(i< Co. No 88-33-CA FLORIDA Trust, their heir and ossigns'ond'. SUN Frelghtway, Inc., will tell at public auction Starke. Florida 32091 Lee County. State of Florida to the

," ; ,I.,' IN RE: Th.Adoption of SHINE SUNDUSADEE for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Representative: Telephone. (904)964-5701, Department of Health and Rehabilitative
' ADDRESS UNKNOWN. ', Fla. SUSAN L. DICKSON Service for and
<, CINDY INNOCENT 3/1"IZtchg 2/18" subsequent adoption
iJ' ,' ':, PETER and _YOU ARE HEREBY NOTICIED that an .On* lot of hydrotfceropy both tub eonsigned 207 W, Main Street you or. hereby commanded to be and
!J F' "'. /I'' Minor., JEAN-PIERRE action to Set Atlde Fraudulent Con. to lynbrook Plumbing Co., palm Stafford Spring. Ct 06076 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO appear before the Honorable George H.
\\\'I\,;: ': :;, ,II', NOTICE OF ACTION veyance.. Doctor Trust Fraudulent and Coast, Fie.On 2/4 2tchg 211IN REGISTER ,Pierce, Acting Judge of the Circuit Court,
alternatively to Appoint SuccettorTruttee lot of not shown .consigned to ,FICTITIOUS at the Bradford Courthouse, at
1. ;: Tp, FATHER OF 1 uuun r .1 ii i. |/ *"" NAME County
ABOVE NAMED MINORS ,, and Requett for Temporary Injunction Mery Holland Sanford ...., Pursuant 'to Section 863.09, Florida 1:30: o'clock P.M. ion Wednesday, March
".,,: :: .:,. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN ha been filed against you In to satisfy freight and storage charge, THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Statutes, notice I. given that the 2, 1988, at',Stork, Bradford County
I the above ttyled court. You or. furth.rnotifld of Section 4b of COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida.
.' YOU ARE NOTIFIED under the provision ) undersigned, J... Mcleod ft Hilda C,
the than an action-tor that In told action Plaintiff I I. re- Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. PROBATE DIVISIONFile Mcleo flied Adoption and of minor. chlldr.n ha been qu.sting that the Court set atlde the In- Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Number 88.11.CI'Dlvl.lon Flo. 32044, joint owners, doing business and at the time specified or send a written
you or required to serve a terett of Defendant Crltonto Sun- Carrier 1.3892IN Under the firm name of Mcleod Properties response to the Court prior to that
copy of your written defeni, If any on., dutade* In certain parcels of real property Pro. 01-086431: did 6/8/87 RE: ESTATE OF P. O. Drawer 240. Hampton, PI., tlm. Your failure to appear or respondwill
Johnny R. Hobbs Jr., petitioner at.torn.y In Bradford County Florida a. Pro. 03-005813 did 11/6/87 W. D. DELL, Hwy. II West of Ml, Intends to register be treated a* a consent to the permanent
,.whose DeceasedNOTICE.
I I. P. O. Drawer
follow: 214 commitment and lose
21chg tIN said
fictltlou name under the aforesaid you may
,Starke, Florida 33091: on or before legal description of all parcel OF ADMINISTRATION'Th. .I.tut.. all legal rights at a parent to the child or
F.bruory 22, 1968, and file the original available th.CI.rk of Court. Bradford THE CIRCUIT COURT, administration of the Estate of W ,\ Dated this Sth day' of February )1988, children named In the Petition for Permanent .
, with the cl.rk of this court either before D, DELL'deceased File Number 1.3892" '
< County Courthouse, Stark Florida, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, In Bradford County. Commitment attached ,to ,the
tervlce on petitioner attorney or Immediately You or. required to serve a written INANDFOR8RADFORDCOUNTY I II pending In the Circuit Court for Brad 2/114tpd3/3 Summons. '

thereafter ofh.rwlt a copy of your defense. If any to the action FLORIDA ford County Florida, Probate Division WITNESS My hand a*the Clerk of/ Said
default will be entered against you forthe Plaintiffs whotenames the address of which I. Bradford County'Courthouse. Court and the Seal thereof this 22nd
on day
Case No. CP((13888)IN ) IN THE"CIRCUIT.
A relief demanded In the Starke, Florida 32091. Th. COURT.
petition. and addr....* or. TERENCE M. RE: The Estate of" JUDICIAL .of January 1988.
c ''" < WITNESS my hand and the teal of thl. BROWN and DARLA JEAN names and addresses of the personal CIRCUIT AND FOR BRAD- GILBERT S. BROWN
I, >'" court on this 19th day of January 1988. CHRISTOPHER TERENCE M, BROWN. LILLIAN Deceased.EVA ROBERTS, ,representative and th., personal ,FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA A*Clerk of Court
,,::1 GILBERT S. BROWN. CLERK representative'* attorney are set forth JUVENILE DIVISION
r.A., Poet Office Drawer 40 Starke, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION 2/4 4tchg 2/2S
; ,below. CASE NO 86-64 CJ((2.807))
I By Deputy .Florida 32091 on or before FEBRUARY 22, Th. administration of the estate of All Interested IN THE INTEREST OF: '
\ t214tchg211NOTICI 1988 and fle| the original with the Clerkof persons or. required to
'l''," '''" fil. with this court, WITHIN THREE MON. HOPKINS JR. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
I" :';' < -" _. thl. Court either before service on No. 88-7.CP ((1.3888)), I II pending In the THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS DOB: 10/8/89 REGISTER

!L, d\\o,,\; ': '" ,', OF INTENTION the Plaintiffs attorney or Immediatelythereafter Circuit Court for.Bradford County, NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the estate A Child FICTITIOUS NAME ,
11/<,'I',,>"' ,. TO REGISTER- 'entered for: otherwise.the relief a demanded judgment will In the Florida, Probate Division th*address of, and (2) any objection by on interested SUMMONS AND NOTICEOF Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
FICTITIOUS NAMI which, It Bradford County Courthouse, person to whom this notice wo mailed PETITIONFOR Statutes nolle I i. hereby given that the

, Complaint. and official teal of Stork, Florida 32091 that challenge the validity of the will', PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE undersigned, Chris Petrllla, S404Holllnheod
my The name and addresses of the personal the qualification of th. personal STATE OF FLORIDA: Ln.. Jacksonville, Fla. 32244,
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida of
thlt Court, on this 19 day' January;
Statute, notice I I. representative and the personal representative,, or jurisdiction of, sole owner, doing business und.r th. given that the 1988.
representative attorney are set forth the court TO: TINA HOPKINS firm name of Mach-l Discount Delivery,
undersigned. Epp., 224 W.Pratt
below. ALL CLAIMS I AND Address Unknown
OBJECTIONS NOT 5604 Holllnhead lone, Jacksonville. Fla.
St, Stork., Florida 32091, and CLERK OF THE COURTBy
All Interested required to SO
person are FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED, 12744. Intends to register said fictitious
Ang.llo Loney 393 N. Ch.rry St., B.uloh Moody file with this Court WITHIN' THREE MON. Publication of, this Notice ha. ,begunon BRUCE E. HOPKINS, SR. name under the aforesaid statute
,Stork. Florida 32091 joint owner*, do- 'I D.puty Clerk.W OF THIS .Address Unknown '
*""'''' THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION February 11. 1988. Dated this 9th day of February 1988
Ing business! und.r the firm name of __. : 1/1uch02/n: NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the estate Personal, Representative** In, Bradford County. '

PAWS J19 S.Walnut St., Starke. Florida and ((2)) any objection by an Interested ,DORIS HAMPTON, 21 1 41pd 3/1;
32091 Intend to reglder told fictitious person to whom notice was mailed that
'name under the oforeMid (tatut*. challenges the validity of the will''th*

Doted this 28th day of January. A.D., qualifications of the personal representative "
1988. |'n Bradford County. venue, or jurisdiction of the FREE'EXPLORING
t/284tchg2/1B NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Court. \, ,i, \ "

.. OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Publication of this Nolle.has begunon I HOME BIBLE'STUDYThe ..( ;:":'\" '\ :' "", ,
' : ',i Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida February 4. 1988. "
:'i''r i ,'" ,,, \ .BRADFORDCOUNTYFLORIDACoss Statute, notice li, given that th. -" '- Bible Course it taught I your ,IN" ,' ..1 #, SONSHINi'IN'i/ :; William. P.O Box home free
No B7643-CA undersigned, Juanita STARKECHURCH of charge. % DAY CARE. '
SUTHILAK SUNDUSADEE, .60S, Melrote. Florida. 32666. ,*ol. 1 This is a non-denominational study
Plaintiff owner doing business und.r the firm OF GOD based onlY( on what "thus alth,the Monday Friday 6am to 6pm .
v. name of SANDI'S HAIR WORKS P.O, Box I word of God.*' Qualified Teachers
422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 Drop-Ins Welcomed
CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE. 768. Melrote. Florida 32666. Intends to Summer Programs
DUSADEE, at Trustees of Sundutadee register aid fictitious name under the 'John Spratlin. ,Pastor I .':,APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C.., Infants to 12 years 'I Hot Meals
looting Trust, GISAYA SUNDUSADEE aforetold statute.., We Invite you to worship with. u.", 782-3303 ABEKA Learning System /: .

and SUNSHINE SUNDUSADEE CRISANTA Doted thus 28th day of January A,D,., Attended Nursery ',.playground
I SUNDUSADEE AND KIERT SUNDUSADEE' ; 1988, In Bradford County Sunday School '.riot..,..1.10am Rev Emmett Bright 1'MIIe'S.'of 1 Normandy Blvd.'TransPortatlonto'and; ,
Individually., ,1/28,4tpd 218 Morning Worship ,.,,.try' lam To schedule your home bible, from School
Defendant Evening Service ,.Init: 6pm study, or for additional Information on Highway 301 "

... Wednesday Youth ,:. .. i. 73Opm: -

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BADCOCK 'AUTOMOTIVE PARTS Lewis Timber bo. Crafts .,ConslgnmentsFURNITURE
: ) CENTER._ each day more precious than the last, the
persons ol lite becoming more real' and valued MWY301 S. 9646871O Locatedoff1DeS.tJWriKeyslone.:
-_ than young (He dared Imagine take right o24th avenue,follow,
Valentine Day Is magic N Is the emotion Box 207 Starke fcne.. Eve, H4-8QS
I Kim & Jan JohnsonBlankenshlp's ol love In motion expressing Itself In words
660 S. Walnut, 964-S644 and maybe actions It Is more than i day;It Hi All Nature Sings ef...*..*

happening, pulling together the frayed edges
+ Country Carpets of Starke ol last.track existence. making H easier. to say Griffis & Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE PUMP &
n ftAPMT tHailailailailaiaieU $I I ," 1 the deep things ol' the heart
t : n And maybe, just maybe. Valentin*wlK become Works SUPPLY
.I Chimney Sweep. f more than I day. more than a ome-.Peal ,
Nome of the Sfum knocker church
Y Service Old words iga-worn words Words expression of love, It could become lifestyle p Attend your regularly,
i I Locally Owned& Operated scribbtod trough construction paper and In which all our days become acts of love boat"

I 964-8278 964-6108 964-6154 passed little iround children.In school stimulating poetry. expressed Said Jesus In actions: "By this of kindness shall I all, men know HWY 301 N 984 4461 864-5531,, 864 N. Temple 964-.,..061

:: I by Teenage words: sought on just the right that you are my disciples If! you love
.: I Eyeglass torez Wheels I Auto Sales I ,card lithe corner drugstore; Adult words:the, another" OtteBradford. Furniture' HURSTS EXXON
word with deeper StValentine's Day could make .
\ of lime lining each SERV
Y I- WeFtnancepassage meaning: the experiences ot Me making life us H we allow It to become.dally rather trim Industries I. 1'):''

: "Your complete Buy Here Pay Here bigger than lilt Itself,the events ot lite making just I single. day, j I "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"'
HWY 301 N.'
1 eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave., 987 TEMPLE AV.

103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 964-7347 964-6T11
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tor nr 6O V.u. -.t '- HOME GENERATOR
1 SEAFOOD ,_p'r ,
., Steve and Cindy Futch Dignified Service '
.:.' 'The Best Seafood In Town & Staff r '.. Monuments 238' E. Washington St.'
t; 236 S. Temple Ave '114 L''M.M .. **4-tO* SuK.y.len. r" p o HWY 301 S. 964-5757 '964-5274

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Don't Abolish Death Penalty,, Limit Appeals', Graham ,Saysfrom

( page IA) Hazardous Waste... WWII.People 65-85 yean of age cost The Contras are not strong enoughto dealer. Noriega Is out of step with Telegraph reporter Buster Rahn.
two or three times as much for win a military victory but are the people of Panama who want a Not a* long as the Iranraland
penalty.. Sen. Graham said for ex Sen. Graham pleaded ingoranceon medical costs. The Veterans Administration keeping the pressure on the San democratic government. war continues Graham said. The
ample, if six things are wrong with a the proposed hazardous waste is faced with an enor- dinistas Graham says. That is the Senator Mid he approves of U.S. intervention -'
trial an Inmate, with his life at treatment plant to be built in this mous demand for medical care. reason Sen. Graham supported aid On Afghanistan... In the Middle East to protect
'stake, will appeal one thing at the area. He was told federal funds are Florida, Graham said, is opening to the Contras in the Senate. Sen. Graham said he is not surprised shipping. '
time until all appeals are exhausted. being used to build the plant the skilled nursing home facilities for Graham says be hopes the Contra at the anticipated Soviet pullout -
public hearing DER used ..
process Questions.
long-term care of veterans. legislation will resurface. of Tough
The Oct. 19 Crash. Congress is was questioned. Sen. Graham pro- Graham also ,said the federal Graham said the Soviet influenceIn Afghanistan.The spent a lot of money "These are tough questions"Sen. .
banks and mised to get back with Gainesville( deficit is fraudently is what the U.S. should '
working on restructuring currently Nicaragua and it cost a lot of Soviet lives in Graham jested.
financial institutions to prevent Sun reporter Lisa Tret when he has reported. The real deficit is around worry about. The U.S.S.R. has provided ,Afghanistan, Graham pointed out. The reporters replied he'd
another stock market crash like the more information $220 billion, but the growth in the $4 billion in military aid and And then President Ronald Reagan answered them very well and exhibited
one which occured Oct. 19 when the Social Security Trust Fund is sub- $7.9 billion in economic aid to the made the Soviet pullout from a lot of knowledge for a new
Dow Jones Average dropped over tracted from that, to arrive at a Sandinista government since 1989. part of the Strategic U.S. senator. Graham joked he'd
$00 points in one day. On a Tax Increase.., federal deficit of $150 billion. In Graham said. The Ortega govern- Defense Initiative (SDI negotia recommend that other politiciansnot
-The Trade Question...the core Jim McCauley, publisher of the reality, Sen. Graham said, the ment would probably be successful tions. .. stop in Starke.
economic question before CongressIs Baker County Press asked will deficit should be the amount of if it would agree not to export war to Asked If he thought Afghanistanwould Area news people present included
to develop a fair trade policy with there be a tax Increase this year? money the government spends over other South American nations but go for Islamic Fundalmen- Kay and Jim Wilson of the Clay
other nations such as Japan. Not in 1988. Sen Graham the amount collected.The Graham doubts that concession will talism religion Sen.Graham said he County Crescent Jim McCauley of
Graham does not favor protectionism SS Trust Fund is growing fast ever be made by the Ortega regime.. doubts it. Afghanistan is not a the Baker County Presa, Mrs. Helen
pointing out England tried predicted.Then McCauley asked can the now because more people are paying'' What the U.S. doesn't ''want is I susceptible nation, Graham pointed Oglesby of the Mlddlegburg Press,
that policy for 50 years and has spent ,budget be balanced without a tax increase in than are currently retiring. The another Cuba another war expor. out. Terry Vaughn of Starke radio station -
,20 years recovering from its ex- ? build up of the SS Trust Fund is ting nation in South or Central WPXE Lisa Trel of the
perience.The. "1 ,don't think so," said Sen. needed for the retirement of the America Graham said. Middle East War... Gainesville Sun and Buster' Rahn
U,S. needs to be able to com- Graham.The Baby Boomers who will hit retirement The tf S.. should strive for a When will the Persian Gulf war and Bob Ferguson of The Telegraphand
pete with other nations with, quality defense budget can probablybe age in 2,015 to 2,025. demilitarized for demilitarized Nicaragua..In Central America fact,, 'e Graham .,was asked_ by The Union County Tlmet.
products. ,
cannot be
stabilized, but
Asked by Gainesville Sun reporter said Sen. Graham. The Contras.., Graham said.
drastically cut
Lisa Tret if that meant Graham That leaves only entitlement, programs '- The value of the Contra organize' The U.S. should seek close peopleto
favors fair trade, the senator said people ties, such as scholarshipsto
such as Aid to Dependent ,tion in Nicaragua keeps pressure for -
yes, if that means other countries,. Families, Social Security, education governmental reforms on the American universities for Central
such as Japan must accept some or Food Stamps, toe/; cut. Communist-leaning Sandinista America and the Cambean.
American products. America should government of Nicaraguan President
Graham doubts the entitlement programs
demand equality of access Graham can be cut very much with Daniel Ortega Sen. Graham On Noriega...
,said. the public's approval. said, when asked if the Contras are Sen. Graham agrees with the U.S. l900
The senator noted he worked\ las a cuts spending restraint the"good guys." -r charges on Panamanian strongman _
longshoreman at the Jacksonville anew revenue are the methods to The Contras some 15,000 strong,,, Manuel Antonio Noriega. 1 ,
port in 1986 when 800 Japanese and be used in balancing the budget,Sen are relatively young and mostly Graham said there is no questionthe
'1,100 Korean cars were unloaded. Graham said, from peasant farm backgrounds.The U.S. has had a long relationship
The ships, retuned empty; no For ,example he'said veterans Contras are fighting for the with Noriega, who runs Panama
American products were being ship- benefit programs are about to enter same values all oppressed people through the military and has strong
ped back. the most expensive period since ,fight for. ,ties to,Cuba and is a known drug

I. City Utilities Going Up We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call Street .r

:'",. (from page 1A) used by Grants Administrator Linda .
I 3:30: p.m. starting February 10th 1988
,'' cost of the temporary pumping station Day.
will be minimal Ruckman said The action was taken by Tucker,
compared: to, getting the site whose position as city treasurer, GAINESVILLE HEARING AID CENTER ,
.({a va Hable. makes him responsible for all city '. .
1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville
funds including grant ,
:Out ofFavor..., ,The city plans to apply for a phase''' .
'Clerk Tucker advised the council 11 grant to complete the downtown 3760095We
1\\ that his office has assumed the project and Ms.Day ask for the job CHASTAIN'S JEWELRY
responsibility for "all accounting .of writing the grant. Since the coun- service alt makes and models of hearing aids::Also we have,
Sat./tll 5
t I and bookkeeping"" of grant funds, cil was meeting in a workshop; no ,batteries available. Horn testing by appointment only., 104 W, Call Open. ,
formerly handled by PlanCom per, formal decision was made regarding -
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(from' page 1A) 11I1mID1 MONEY DOWN ,
She has'been told,, Ms. Epps said?I NO
,,'that if the Rosenberg'Building is
torn down, Starke can forget about
of the state's Mam -
Street becoming Program.part NEW HOURS: Monday through Friday 8-6. Saturday 8:30: 5'
Miller said he thinks it is all tied
together, That if Starke gets in the
Mam Street Program,it will also get,
,a second commercial revitalization 7'Passenger. AC.Auto.ODrtve.6Cyl.. fI
a' grant to put facades on downtown 1988Aerostar 1..t 1.
buildings and the local historical
group's application for a $15,000 Eng.. AM/FM w/cass
planning grant for the Rosenberg speed controlwhee
will be approved. Or Miller opined;
if the Main Street application is turn-,
ed down 'so would be the facade
grant and the small planning grant Pram."
for the Rosenberg Building 1988 F
MS. Epps said one year is fair for
"y, the Rosenberg Building that the is vnrnrhe step 56 *
merchants would probably go along
4 b e .tach. $2 5" 8
with'Commissioner that. Silcox said he tu-tone paint dkiga Pot Mo. 0 _

,would not vote Tuesday night on any window & PWLtires.\
I, length of time. In fact Silcox said -
he'd such: motion. r '
I oppose any 2-Dr..Special Value Pkg. .
.. Neither did Schaefer push the issue. :
Atty. Brown said he's been ABC WSW Tires.Speed
negotiating,with David Ferro, ad, i- '
'II 1 ,ministrator in the Architectural ,..
Preservation Service, and Louis ustan- r
.j'1", Fesar, staff member of the Florida Sound System .
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Ted CurtU above left)and Kenneth Murphy paint teel beam u part of'i Virgil Lee of Starke (above right; )I*a iteel 1 fitter,' who work. at, ,,12l LLO"yoU..Ifus6an: Boyfriends'
new for Florida Inc. Steel Fabrication Company,which recently opened a new company .. : ; "
plant In Starker The.! beam are headed' for the Northgate; Shopping Plaza'In'Caln-vllle.,: to Purchase that 'spetidCgift for your

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Mark Friedlfri i Company, a firm which makes steel put our new factory here because of rentiy underway for the new com-
BCT Staff Writer construction for commercial; the excellent central Florida loca- pany,which has been In operation m Jewefry beaded Isotoner, and .
When Jim Frisbee was looking fora buildings. tion and most of all because of the Starke for the past three months is' ,
new location for a metal-working t'fhe working atmosphere here in people here.They appreciate the job forming the steel framing and structure -. that
shop, Starke seemed like a natural. Starke is very good," Frisbee commented and want to work hard, and that's for a new National' Bank (oveCy, Lingerie wilf'de4gt'that< "
The Middleburg resident is in as he was welcomed by a exactly what we,wanted when we building in Crystal River.Other projects '
charge of Division 5 (in the Flonda delegation of local Chamber of Commerce ,;came here." in the works-, the new A FT ,, .special taay of I
Division) of the Steel Fabrication officials. "We chose Starke to, The biggest current project cur building m rallahassee'' four- ;
story parking garage at the University -.
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that took place late Tuesday after
noon.. SHOW
Jones was stabbed Feb.9,'once in '
the stomach and once in the aide dur- others have, their branchesWe ; '
ing a fight at. a convenience store .
south of Starke on US-301 according -
to Sheriff Dolph Reddish.: SALE
Robert Eugene Lindsey, 33, :of 7b- have our roots.
Hampton had gotten into an argument r
with his wife at the store,said

Reddish.. tandsey's When'vehicle Jones approachedMrs. to get his __ .OVER 100MODELS Folks dealing with one of those statewide banks, :At F&D Bank you{ deal with people:''you know and

children that she was going to take' ,TO or:savings and loans can never be sure where the people who know you and you don't have to sacrifice -

skating ment with Lindsey Jones and got the into two an began argu- '<"\\ \ CHOOSE, F OM1UlP'I& ,decisions are made. B you can bet on one thing- the safety of your hard earned money to bank

fighting. they're not. made in this community. locally* In addition to FDIC Insurance,we have$15
Jones stabbed
During the fight was ..'
in behind $100 in Ask
by Lindsey. He was taken toBradford capital equity every deposits.
Hospital in a private venl*, The SpotrerC That's'why.. doing''/business.with Farmers, and* your bank what they have.
cle and later flown to Jacksonville
by Trauma I, where his condition is Dealers Bank makes sense. The decisions are
listed as fair. \ "t Financing made right here....,where our' roots have been Farmers and Dealers 'Bank?,.-serving Union and

Sheriff was Reddish obtained stated for Lindsey's that a warrant arrest --J"'RR'R firmly'planted since 1911. 'Bradford counties longer than any .other1\ Bank,

charging him with aggravated TACKLE i OUTBQAROe: ,Savings and Loan, or Credit Union., '
battery. At his first appearance, /11/1ARINE/
bond was set a$5,000 l'aShoraurety, You deal with people who are a part of our

Lindsey remains in custody.' CY> community,people who are committed to making .

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Identification Made, someone broke in and threw bricks ding to Paramedics Cliff Chapman with retail theft, resisting an officer, Twelve ''were taken to Shands Seven calls were cancelled and
the windshield ,
smashing on gas Dan Cuddington. Nelson reen. without violence and possession of
Of Pizza Robber Hospital,
Hut eight to Alachua General three were false alarms.
truck. Three fire extinguishers were
Payne was complaining of/ ,cannabis, which was found during Hospital and five to North Florida
taken from the business. and Denmark complained of pain the search. Bond was set at $2,500, ,
identification Regional Hopsital all In Gainesville.
An has been made in A short time later juveniles were
the left hip, they,were treated and he was released on his own
the Jan.1?armed, robbery of the'1z. reported spraying vehicles in the released. ,recognizance., Eight were taken to Reception Quick Response Unit-10 responded
u Hut in Starke. Bradford Trailer Park with the extingUIshers Damage to the Cadillac was $500, Medical Center and one to' LaKe to two fire calls In January. One was
Arny Koby, 24. of Hampton has said Rhoden. damage to the Dodge was $2,200 .Butler Hospital Hand ,Surgery to a brush fire and one was to a vehicle -
been identified and is being soughtfor The juveniles (ages 13 to ISyearsof from both accidents and damage to Bradford RescueAnswers Center. fire, according to Chapman.
the robbery, according to Sheriff dge) were charged with burglary, the Nissan was $3,000. Illness related calls topped the list
Dolph Reddish. criminal mischief. They have been 134 Calls 'of emergencies with 29 people Dial 911 EmergencTELMED
The armed robbery took place at released into the custody of their needing attention. A higher number
the Pizza Hut on North Temple during parents, said Rhoden. Starke Man Caught Bradford County Emergency of cardiac patients 19,also required
the early morning hours of Jan. With Stolen ClothingA Medical Services Rescue respondedto Rescue. Ten calls were to people in
17, The robber, dressed In a Jobbing a total of 134 calls/or/runs during trauma and another ten runs were to
suit and wearing a woman's wigmade off with undisclosedamount rested Feb. 7 after he was caught Cliff ,
an Supervisor Chapman.Well over vehicle accidents. Ten people suffered -
of cash at that time. Charged ShootingMichael with merchandise taken from the 113 monthly average of 1967. respiratory three
of the tree brochure
Saturday, Feb. 6, a similar rob- David Spears has been TG4Y. Eighty-seven transports requiredthe runs were to obstretic patients and For o Te4-Med'copy ,215 health mtonrna-
bery of a Pizza Hut in Crystal River charged with reckless: display of a Curtis Lee Aldridge was seen by transporting of 99 patients. two were to people in,' emotional non Irtlng tape, call 944-4696 or
took place. The,robber fitting the firearm, a misdemeanor, in the store, personnel stuffing clothing Fortysevencalls required no crisis. 7MM07.. One will be mailed to
same descnbtion as the one' in shooting incident last November. down his pants, according to transporting.The back-up unit made One run'was for drug overdose
Starke was also wearing a wig. Spears, a former City, of Starke Patrolman Mack Short. Aldridgewas 11 runs and two patients were, one was a snake bite victim,one was, 'you prornpfly.TelMed Is free wtvtce provided
During pursuit of the robbery later arrested after slacks, transported Trauma I.
policeman, and his wife Linda were by alcohol related and one run was to
vehicle the robber fled from the wounded Nov 29 when a handgunwas blouse and a pair of shoes were The majority of the patients, S3, assist with a mass casualty acci- to the community by the Auxiliary'of
vehicle. The' driver of the vehicle accidently dIScharged. During a found In his car. He was charged were taken to Bradford Hospital dent. Bradford Hospital Inc.
was apprehended and taken to the family argument the .361. calibre ,
Detention Center in Ocala handgun went off striking Linda in
Sheriff Reddish sent an in- the left hand. The bullet travelled
vestigator to interview the driver of through the hand, striking Michaelin
the car in connection with the Starke the upper right arm, according to
robbery The driver, a juvenile, the Assistant State Attorney David
turned out to be the wife of Koby. Giant. WEVE CHOPPED
Charges are being filed against the The state, with regard to the third
and her husband for the rob-
juvenile person In the room, and the dangerof
bery of the Pizza Hut in Starke. He reckless display of a firearm are
remains at large also wanted in charging Spears with the offense. 1
,Citrus County for robbery. If his wife had wanted to press '
Koby, who could be called the charges, Spears ,would have been Ollli PIIICES !
"Pizza Hut Kid", served time since charged with aggravated assault,a
1982 for robbing Pizza Huts ,in felony,said Giant. ,
Orange Park and Jacksonville. Spears who has been on leave Q '. .
since the incident,has resigned from
:Shooting At Vehicle the department and is living in ...IN HONOR, WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAYI!
North Carolina. .
Gets Man Arrested, Orian Wells "Compare & 'Save1"! *-
An 18-year-old Starke man was arrested Minor InjuriesIn says ; .
Feb. 8 after he fired three Accident Caused'

shots into an occupied vehicle. By Fleeing Driver' v '1988 ChevroletPiGkUp
Robert Alan Cornwall was charged ,
with the 1:30: a.m. shooting, according Only minor injuries were reported'
to Deputy Doug York. in a Thursday evening accident
Following a fight between Corn- ''caused by a drunken driver in a
wall and Ronald Barosse, Barosse, ,stolen car.Shawn .
got into his T-Bird to leave.Cornwall Hardy Shepherd, 17, of, Full ,size, 6 cyl., 5 spd.,
started shooting a .44 Magnum rifle Starke was charged with driving
''J I at the car, said York. Barosse, 23, under influence and running a red P205 radial tires
.. was not injured in the shooting. light," according to Patrolman SN8090' '*'
I r Bond for the charge of shooting into .
Michael McClain. Shepherd stole a ,
.{ an 'occupied vehicle was set at 1979 Dodge from the Pep O parkinglot ,$ 14 3 .27 per month?
J.. $2,000.. Cornwall was released on his backed into a 'parked 1976 ,
i'I own recognizance Cadillac as he was leaving the park 1 988 Chevy Spectrum l'' oniy'in stock
'J ing lot, then struck a Nissan after' .
running a red light as he headed
City Police Solve south on US-301.The 1987 Nissan was
I Two BurglariesFour attempting a left turn onto (JS-301 : .
from Edwards Ad,when struck said 4 dr.., '4 cyl., 5speed.i
juveniles have been arrestedin McClam.
the recent burglaries of Sawyer The Dodge came to rest on the s
Gas and the Bradford Roping Club sidewalk on the east side of the nor- *
,both on (JS-301 north in Starke thbound lane,the Nissan was knock- $'
Feb. 7 the robbery was discoveredat ed out of the mteresction and cameto 113'51
the Roping Club where the lock on rest in the right hand lane in the month
the door had been broken,accordingto 7:51: p.m. accident,said McClain.
Major W. S. Rhoden. Cases of Driver of the Nissan Nancy
.drinks cartons of candy, Payne, 26, and passenger Stacey SN7007 1 only in stock1IIIIIIiii
coffee and chips had been removed Denmark, 24, both of Starke (both
from the building., wearing seat belts-were taken by
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Welcome.... .
Bradford. Chamber of Commerce meaeber Brad Scott wele was .
tea from Florid lne.:.Steel TabticaUoa Camfmmj.. ''J torn left to right Brad Scott,Jim FrIsbee,Stay Whlto and Ch.ckT.wnMd.

In Starr
// w See me at

from page 11employees A
s Terwil1egarMotors
of the new
busy at work on a variety
including the steel work
Potty's store in for
Frisbee, who has New &Used Vehecles
business for the past 23
the operation with 209 W, Madison St..Starke
,Steve White, native of
who lived In '. r 9647200Eddie
years White is In charge
Also, Chuck Townsend Starlirg .
partner. in the operation.
is a graduate of the
Department at the
Florida. -

sales The of newly over relocated$1 million

year and are i: EVERYDAY LOW PRICE _
welders and fitters at
tion Starke. WD BRAND US. CHOICE
The company is also BEEF E-Z CARVE

steel known work for for their private 9 ,KRAFTMAYONNAISE RIB ROAST
jobs in which a r' .
work designed to his : I '
Frisbee certainly no .
the area he graduated
High School in Green '
and says he came to <
of the"attitude". 8 r, t;'
"The people here''
about new businesses $15
the Chamber has been 32-0L
tive and we are very
JAR --u& -'d-
our progress so tar,'+ ..PEPSI FREE *Z9 rat
mented. "We plan to be RIB STEAK ..
long time to come.'' FREE


GOOD THUR:: WED., FEB., 11 17, 1988 w RESERVED=.:S: -' THE RED FREE'



'munity Education, COMPLETE DETAILS
following classes to be of .
Center Bradford, Vocational' m

March Beginning 1 to April''Flower 12, I IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE .LOCATION: ,

p.m.. cost$18.Advanced. Flower' ...MLMYIT+...0.0110 M'1uW STARKE WO./wO. ........-o.U.N7... ...Mq. ...ouo TO M ANa
IL Ose' o 0
March 3 to April 14, .TilacsTc.
p.m.,cost$18.'Beginning. .nit,w. .F
March 1 to March 3-29.
7-10 p.m.,cost $15. I In
ACT/Sat Prep Classes
March 5,Saturdays 9 :
.Fire Fighters .
ing/volunteers, to be ,Payments'I EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
further -
,..... 964-6800.,ext. 122. w OVER 10.000 EVERYDAY ";
,.'i'' :,.Pre-registration *- LOW PRICES tiiii (


(.1 to It LI.PKO.)

sioner Bill Gunter
'sumer assistance 17 DEEP SOUTH 97C
from the Department $1 .i MAYONNAISE "' !
into the field to answer .39 me..oa,..ur
surance questions and
" surance according policy to a news or 12.99C "Y; /t="-Y "" FRYER BREAST ., M" . . .,. R...,79
from .
Representatives Mauun.nutHKxmTHRIFTY ra
fice will be at at the : 'n"1-\.I'l'J.Hoj. MAIDSPAGHEni -
Courthouse Tuesday,
a.m.until noon.CaStlO. I'AoiPtt.. 39e LILAC POWDEREDDETERGENT SAUCE _, ;'. wi

!of The .11, $148 OIL .:'. . SIlt

':Z:$359 CRACKIN' GOOD ,

.M_$299. .' GEORGIA CRACKERS .'. 01. ':.t

Ig.................... EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
'' 1 !
20W50 $ CATSUP

, 89. ,;:: CALICO $4Ii HAM \ L 89 <

SCALLOPS ,* LI ,$O49 __ -
Sale prices naves-Ud r. GREAT COO.cNY
through Sat., HEART CAKES
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66O N. Walnut St. JUICE 61 mCHEKiiiNKS


NALF. $118 rc SE L.$249"&I .


1320 N.TEMPLE Mouuut un or aoMMi DRAFT


u-m $419
.Buy Here ., 79c'' s CAM

'83 Dodge 1f-$299 & JAYMES J
.+ ,
EXTRA ; ... MAUl.$138
4K.U 99 "c
$495 Down-E-Z ....' $2 r ,
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t tr
73 Chevy T.a \ .....
'r'' S295 Down E-Z FLORIDALOTTERY v'\,\
'82 podge Aries noRIomesH "" DENTAL
77 Chevy Van ncwT ounnr .
$100 --- ..--. .....
some -- -- ..
FO1 .. >
$295 Down-E-Z ---Coo-N"a.::: iy ..='1" :Il:iTi c wi. OffNew i

76 Ford Granada
clean 6 I
'$395 Down E-Z

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.. ,nI. Virginia Crawford Crowned Miss JU 1988 I

By-Mark Friedlin the top 10 and is hoping for an even have one of the top talent pageants Pageant in Region II award. In loss
,BCT Staff Writer higher showing this year ,as Miss because of its strong College of Fine JU also won the Best First': Pageant I
Virginia Gail Crawford of Starke J Jacksonville Arts, has twice won the Best award.
a junior communications major at 'She was also named as first
Jacksonville University,was crown- runner-up and Miss Congeniality in
ed Miss Jacksonville University last the Bradford County Strawberry VALENTINES DAY SPECIAL
Friday night in front of a full house Pageant and was Miss Alachua
In the school's Swisher Auditoriumin County in 1985 and Miss Congeniality -
Jacksonville. first runner-up in the Miss
Y .. The daughter of Neil and Patti Florida Hemisphere'1986' and Miss '
Crawford of Starke and a graduateof Florida Hemisphere Talent Reci- RENT-A-LANE
Bradford High School, Virginiahas pient in 1986.Yvette .
,been a real hometown success Santiago, a junior dance
.. story for her many friends and major from Woodside* N.Y was BOWLING
+ relatives m the area and many were first runner-up and received a $750
on hand Friday evening for her scholarship. She performed the Kitri
cP latest 'in a series of ac Solo from the classical ballet piece $5. Per Hour Per Lane
It + x. .r complishments. entitled "Don Quixote"Sharon ,
MISS' Crawford 'is already the Bryant executive director til
reigning Miss Jacksonville, a'title 'of the pageant and assistant admissions Feb. 14th-Noon 6pmSTARKE
she won last year.She will crown her director at JU, co-hosted this
successor this Friday night in year's event along with Al Emerick, LANES 964-8175
Jacksonville. a JU junior and weekend disc jockeyat
Virginia sang "Come in from the'' WIVY 103. The contestants were
Rain" for the talent competitionwhich escorted throughout the pageant by Happy Valentines Day
is a major portion of the judge members of J U's ROTC unit
ing, and was also voted Miss Congeniality Jacksonville University, known; to
by the other eight talented
and beautiful JU co-eds who com-
peted for the title, ,
Virginia received/ a $1,000 scholar
' ship tor winning the crown at the ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
# fourth annual Miss Jacksonville
University Pageant, which is an official -
Miss America preliminary .SMITH ELECTRIC CO.
r pageant.She will now compete In the'
Miss Florida Orlando in:
Pageant in
June, 304 E. CALL STREET STARKE 964-4425
Virginia competed in the Miss
Florida pageant,,last,year, making


Another Crowning--for Virginia... 'B-L i Retired New Construction Residential/Commercial

Virginia' Crawford MO daughter of!Aeal and Paid Crawford ol Starke. w.* Teachers Assoc. "

downed* :MM ..onvllle lout Friday night.!! ,,1\ttend'Meeting'' '
Virginia, the winner of many pagrant IUI*, since she' was runncr-vp In Electrical Work Overhead Fans ,
The first for \
In the Mine Florida Tide .
Itradford' Strawberry r"lIeant.1II now compete: Union Retired Teachers Associationwas
for the second for the(chance to reprwwnt the tate In the MU "
year in
!( held at Roger's Restaurant + "
; ': ,
America .Pageant. Lake Butler, Thursday,Jan. 21. Lighting Fixtures of ALL Kinds ,
The meeting was well attended by
members and district officer, Mr 24,
Albert Appleby. President Mamie Jo I Robbie
Douglas was at, her post of duty, HOUR Range Hoods Sound Systems Smith ,
presiding ''secretary Jane, Trawick SERVICE
gave\ acount of the past meeting ; Owner
through her minutes. Security Lights I Security Systems

CWflfARestaurant See Pave t,

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'Celebrate the Chinese' New Year With Us a'

'''Feb'; 17 10%'Discount Off on ALL Dinher Checks

MONDAy"FRID"AY' ; .' 1 '
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I ,Lunch: 11pm ti/2:30/ : prn, "' <, : : : ,, ,

DiJ1ner.4:30til:. : ,

'.Saturday: 4:30: til,930Lupph ;

'Sunday; 12.noon.til 230;

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pasiasttnt Fresh a $ "'{i+ae.s .?a 96'. iiq
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Through This W..k nd. Quantities Limited Florida
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I .- 1 It St i ... -- .- ,-. L ... 11'', 19X4 :LEGRAPH,TIMES MO.NITOK-B SECTION/ t'age 58

e B-U Retired Teachers Meet I

_pp YDevotional
was led by Eunice legislative tips,3 percent increase in
Searing using 2 Chron. 1:10: -making cost of living for retirees. He also
4 r 7 the best use of your time forget self, gave the officers calenders for gifts I
L do good, be helpful to God in carrying : Mrs Muriel Norman was selected
-. out his holy plans. The next "Bradford-Union -RTA
Report from the legislative com meeting'wut be held at the Bradford
mittee included a presentation by Restaurant in Starke Thursday,
: Mr. Appleby who gave a very in/or' March 17 from 1030 12 noon.
mative deliverence on the,techniques The next executive: board meetingwill
of guidance, his personal experiences be Thursday, .Fob 18 at the
;: auto insurance, Bradford Restaurant from 11 a.m.

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Red Hot Sports Car Visits Terwillegar Ford...

This Ford Thunderbird race car was rolled into the Terwillegar'Ford was being eased around at shopping centers.
garage last Thursday to get it running. The be raced Feb.14 In the Daytona 500.was being shown at the SAWYER
Mechanic Tommy Baker, left over motor;:assisted Larry Walters, attached Starke Plaza Shopping Center.This same. car won the J9X8! .Riverside 500 ;
I to the Brett Bodine Crisco racing team In getting the motor runn. In California. '
ing. When the motor started it about Burst the ears of everyone in the The car is owned by Bud Moore Engineering of Spartanburg S.C.
crowd\who gathered around It.At left of car Tim Webb.At right; Clyde Moore raced for 26 years and won three national championships, prior to
Terwillegar Jason Polk. Ricky Edwards, and Tom Bowen. The car was building race cars. .
being shown at shopping centers by Walters.The race car is not meant to Tim Webb of Melrose. a representative for Proctor &.Gambel, Tide,.
idle because the large jets in the carbuerator are made to run wide open and Folgers Coffee,also accompanied the car in Starke, "
not idle. At slow speeds the motor:fouls the spark plugs,such. when It,

I Child, Safety., Awareness Week.. ,AnnouncedThe

Florida Highway Patrol an- Awareness Week'*by congressional 'and highway safety officials; the ing restraint devices, This -
I nounces Feb. 7-13, has, been resolution. Sponsored by the National Governor'and Cabinet will,pass a represents a marked contrast to the ( u
.designated"Child Passenger Safety Passenger Safety Association 'similar resolution for Florida.' nearly 32'children that were killed
each 'year during the three 'years.
The focus' of this national cam- prior to the law's enactment: J
Academic' Advisor Comes to SFCC
paign will be to'' increase public
awareness of the need to properly .'Colonel'BObbY H, Burkctt,'FHP
Academic ,Advisor Betty Lou visement college programs and restrain young children. If the child Director, said "This, is clearly the
Drost will be at the Santa Fe financial aid. restraint device itself is not securely most needless and the most preven-
Community 'College Starke Office hours are 8 a.m to 3:30: fastened within the motor vehicle table type of traffic death" Gibson
Center Wednesday through Friday p.mi. and no appointment ,is its effectiveness is drastically reduced Burkett added, "Violations of
of next week,February 17-19 necessary.Mrs. .Florida Child Restraint law will be
Drost will be available to For more information, call Statistics show that,the' numberone .strickly dealt with by troopers" ;r :AUTOMATIC
assist students with academic ad,9645382.. cause of death of children over
six: months of age tn''the United Anyone seeking further informa DRYER
FLORIDA LAV/rJ GARDEN-NURSERY States during the last five years has tion'concerning the proper use, or'', 'Looking for economy &'
motor vehicle crashes.
been availability of child restraint efficiency? Look to Gib-
N.e| CENTER .devices is encouraged to contact the sons exclusive VAC-U-Dry
CONTROL'S .Since '1983, Florida has had 17 nearest office of ''the, Florida System i ij ir
children/ killed m crashes while us Highway Patrol,
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'Remember:anything you do for your plants HANOI-HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGS .J j
BEFORE you plant Is far' better than anything you
can do after you plant. Soil preparation, adding NO DOWN' PAYMENT --

peat,cow manure, etc will produce healthier, more Good Selection to Choose From _J

beautiful plants., We, also have C&C Mini-Storage,Facilities '

Hwy 301 South n FULL SIZEWASHER -- 1


AZALEA'SFavorite Two cycles. 3 position
''at1a .I.E. MILLIGAN Accounting .Service water level selector ___ I
Exclusive ,
golden, ware
Varieties Bookkeeping & Income Preparation. ranty J )
Serving the area since 1970''
( e Bud or Bloom
cow t 116 N. Walnut St. I I Next to Post Office $2'98 I '
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964-8698 I
MANURE' 10 or more Starke Downtown
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.5.5.5 ONLY 99 e.
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LB ,each Prides
,50 bag
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2 49' Less: than 10' ?,. .$2.19'each + i Good *i; .Untta Gibson

\\ -c: comb ne to bring you Ttvu _1 21 CUBIC FT.
' PRICES! Peb.. 17 LA...>f! m I
-- 10 year
BLOOMASTER'ldeaIPlantFood -- ,
i ir warranty. Frost-
,' BLOOMASTER promotes the setting 99 E clear convenience
,,, and fruit and developes larger more permanent: CEMt C!? Textured steel door'
WilD' CALVERT OLD o ._ Total
blooms. Conditions against.cold g i ,Mt, p .c. .i energy saving

sturdy plants. ':l,0'1|b bag $3.79' 5 lb.bag TURKEY. 101 EXTRA SMUGG'LERSCOTCH r systema.



r" ,, Huge. Selection-favorite 1 '1'99' 5 99 7' 99 OFF

vegetable and annual ..750 l T R "is
', 0 .750
: flower plants.:. 89 .

4 or 6 plant tray tray TANQUERAY DeKuyper CROWN

Schnapps 11DUCANE.

.. 3_ GAS
99 6,99 1'299
If you don't have weeds. 10

GRO-TONE PELLETS .750 .750 .750 rated M1 GAS LOGS
Balanced Plant Food: Use on lawns, '
No wood to'' chop.. No
', flowers, shrubs &garden. 1'149BAG ashes to'clean.. Just
COVERS 5000 SQ.FT.I! $ !' fireplace enjoyment
FEED THE GRASS-KILLTHE WEEDS with $.. our display.. I In
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Premiere lawn food plus iron, plus Atrazlne .
:,\ ,', The Proven Weed Klllort" '9 49
'I'' |,Bag covers 3000 sq.ft TICKETS

;:\ :, ,:".,.,.'. DELIVERY, & SPREADING FEE. .. .$2. per bag J SOLD Saar & 9 ?Oa Sawgt

i..''"./'. ..,.. 2 baq minimum metro area on; .,,. -.

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ONTROL Starke 1. mile North of Starke on US 301 .
-- 964-5745 OPEN:9-5:30: 352 W. Madison St. 9647701Open
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK : Moo & Frt 8-7pm Tues Thurs 8-Spm Sat 612noonI
Complett Pest Control Service-Free Inspection

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I Recent Arrests in Bradford: County- ;" ,, ; / ,

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The following arrests were madein rested Feb. 7 for grand t.heftI< < Lawtey was arrested Feb 7 for driving charging no valid'' driver license ding to Trooper Kenneth Etheridge. Johnson. fie 'was released after' a.
Bradford, County by local firearm, according to U. John while license suspended (failure to .appear)', according to Brown's blood alcohol content was $210 cash bond was posted.. '.
authorities, Dempsey.Bond was set at$5,000,he (oWLS); according to'U. W. C. Deputy King. He was released after .18 percent. He was released after a Stars
was released on his own Reno. Johns was released alter a .a 101.25 cash bond was posted. $362.50 cash bond was posted. Gene Brian Vanzant.;W, of '
Anthony Conrad Carroll, '26, of recognizance $210 surety bond was posted. ..W.a's- arrested Feb. 4 for DUI, accost
Hampton was,arrested ,Feb. 7 for John' David Watterson, 19, of Cedric Warren, 27, of New Jersey :,ding to Patrolman Susan Wukerson.::
disorderly intoxication, resisting arrest Robert David Fugott, 30, 'ot'' Charles Dwain Hendrix' ,24, of Starke was arrested Feb. 6 for driving .was., arrested Feb.) 7 for, wilful Bond was set at$624.50 for Variant'ssecond
with violence, aggravatedassault Lawtey was. arrested!, Feb. 9 for ''Starke was arrested Feb. 8 for under influence (DUI), according wanton reckless driving, accordingto DUI offense. H.was. released
with a deadly weapon,according ,disorderly conduct, according to OWLS according to Patrolman H. to.Patrolman Hinds. Waiter- Trooper William Abrams,.Bond on hU own recognizance. .
to Deputy Ji,B. King. Bond was Deputy King. He was released aftera K.Hinds,Jr.He was released after a ,son s blood alcohol content was .19 was set at 15750.
set at $2,500, he was released on his $100.75 cash bond was posted. bond percent. He was released after a Clarence David Miller was ar.
$210 was posted.
,own recognizance. surety $362.50 cash bond was posted. rested Feb. 9 for OWLS accordingto
Traffic Kevin Dean Underhill, 22, of Patrolman Michael McCUin. H1
FrankieJohn Haddock 2f,was ar James Harold Johns '23, of James Albert Byers, 26,.of Starke Charlie Paul Brown, 31, of Starke Starke was arrested Feb. 5 for was released after a $210 surety
arrested Feb.
.7' a I
was on capias
; was arrested Feb 6 for DUI, accor- DWLS,according to.Patrolman. Jeff_ bond was posted. ,

. Final ,Judgements in Traffic CourtThe .-- ,, ".;.

,: ; ;'
following defendants appeared ty operating vehicle whlle license tag on mobile home; fined $121.50.. Herbert A. Masters pled guilty'petit "' \ :'
before Judge George H. suspended, ; lmed'$101.25. Faber pled no contest no tag on theft; Salvation Army proba- ci'
Pierce in Bradford, County. Traffic Lyle Bernard Adams pled guilty mobile home; fined $127.50. tion six months, $50 court costs, no : '
Court Feb. 2. failed to renew tag; produced. valid Paul Gregory Hicks pled guilty alcohol or drugs, violate no Jaws: Marklee John'Harris pled guilty
tag,, pay $23 dismiss. DUI; fined $625, license suspendedsix Mark Lee Harris charged with six opposing law office without
months, 50 hours commumtywork trespass after' warning; $150 court Salvation Army supervision of restitution violence 75 hours community work;,
Salvation Army supervision, costs,no contact with victim,violateno months to make payment $50,court costs. '
Russell Richard Hembree pled Clarence' B. Cato pled no contest ,attend DUI school on all three charges.
guilty driving while license suspended no tag on mobile home;, produced ? .' "
(OWLS); ordered to pay. $52 court valid'tag, dismissed. ,
costs. Rosemary Jewell pled gulty no tag Arthur Bruce Norris pled guilty, Billy Ray Bell pled no contest hun
on mobile home; continued' for DWLS;'fifteen days In Jail. ting with lights with intent to take
Leroy Gainey, Jr. pled guilty'hO 'disposition March 3. j a "Jeff Andrew Rivers pled guilty wildlife; $250 court costs.
''driver license;, fined $101.25, six Jonell Norman pled no contest no' DWLS;'fined $101.25, sentenced to Francis Kelly Forsyth pled no contest -
months Salvation Army SupervISionfor tag on mobile home; present.valid.: time served two days. hunting with lights with intent to
payment. tag and dismiss. Ashton Marshall Prescott plecKbo; take wildlile; $250 court costs. .
Gainey pled guilty driving while 'Gerald S. Smith pled no contest; contest reckless driving; $50. court
intoxicated (DUI);; fined $362, 'present valid tag and dismiss or pay costs. : P 9
license suspended six' months, 50 $52. Mary Lenetta Kendry pled guiltyto Q 'e
hours commumty work,.Salvation retail theft;; fined $101.25.,
Army supervision one,year,, attend Raleigh Danny Strickland pled Misdemeanor Court Ronald,Lloyd Byers pled guilty
school resisting arrest without violence;
DIU! guilty no tag on mobile home;; pre->
Barry Lederll Williams pled guilty six months probation Salvation Army ->
valid and dismiss
sent tag or $52 +
Randy Darreil Doenges pled guil- court costs. pay petit theft; fined $127.50. supervision, fined $101.25. stay
valid Arthur L DeSue pled guilty worthless from victim. '
ty DWLS;dismissed,produced Samuel Doyle Moody pled guilty away
license. check (Chevron); ordered to Mark Steven Doss pled guilty
DUI fined $625, license suspendedsix
Doenges pled guilty tag unlawful ;months. attend DUI school, "make restitution, pay; $50 court disorderly intoxication;, fined ,
'costs, Salvation Army "
SUpervision $101.25. "
alteration; dismissed. Savlation '. "
months. Army supervision' SIX six months, 30 days in jail. Arthur ''DeSue pled guilty bad '
led failed June Allure pled no contest J"ad ,check (five at Seymour Gulf, two : ;' ,\'. "",
pled guilty use
Ireta Bright no contest no tag designated check (Seymour Gulf); restltl ?on Hurst Exxon, one Chevron); make )
on mobile home;,produce valid tag lane; ordered to pay $32, has been made, $50 court costs Vi" restitution each case, $50 court costs AW
and dismiss or pay $52 court costs. Salvation Army supervision. Alkire contest D\\
'' Allen', pled no tai; each case;Salvation Army supervision -
Franklin ,
Thomas Paladino pled guilty'DUIfined Benjamin pled .
n Aley
presented valid license, all c..s
driving "' for payment,30 days in jail con.*
wilful-wanton reckless
$362, license suspendedsix guilty
suspended, dismissed. > current with all eight cases, stay'employed
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fined '
months,' attend DUIschool, 50 ; $342 Army
Emmett Craig"Jr.,' pled SS>
Roy : ,continue drug counseling. ; sr.Iw
50 hours.
hours''community work, Salvation' workjv supervision' community 'contest giving alcohol beverage g. violation no laws. ,
.Army supervisions. ? ';minor;, six months court probatic" David E.. Pfenniger pled guilty ,
James Edward Rochelle pled guil-,' Michael Faber pled no contest no -
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: : $50 court costs> ?, bad, checks. (Hodges, Edwards CHASTAIN'S JEWELRY
'104 W. Call Open Sat. 'til 5
. FJIP. Troopers Continue,License, .Vehicle:inspections
'Bradford County Recognizing the danger presentedto ,Union CountyThe ..
The Florida Highway Patrol will1' the public by defective vehicle Florida Highway Patrol WIL N
be conducting',driver license and equipment Troopers 'will concen be conducting driver license and
vehicle during trate their efforts on vehicles being during
inspection checkpoints vehicle inspection checkpoints
the week of Feb.'5 through Feb. :operated, with defects such as bad the week of Feb. 5 through Feb. La-ZBoy: 'I
11 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,"" brakes, worn tires and defective 11 on SR-100, SR-121,SR-231, SR-241, .
SR-16 CR-18. CR-16, CR-21B|. lighting equipment. In addition, attention SR-238, CR-18, .CR-237, CR-229, .
CR-225,. CR-125, CR-Z29 CR-231, will be directed to drivers CR-125, CR-231A CR-24A and CR- NEWSHIEMENT ,
CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR100A'in who would violate the driver license 796A in Union County.INTRODUCTORY Recliner
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ClASSIfiED ADVERTISING should be ..ubI Call 96 6.53" after 5:30 p.m.10/1 TF WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE LIVING ROOM SUITE! Couch love seat, 2end ,y A. ':205;! .N. '
I mltt.d to the Bradford County ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home, Australian European 'ScandinavianHigh tables, coffee table and chair .
,Telegraph office In writing and paid In '/> mile from city Nice neighborhood. School Exchange Students arriving Brown and rust good condition: V>cy ,,, '
,advance unless credit !I. already 4681323. 10/8TF In August. Become a host family forAmerican r.o.onobly'priced.. 473.2710aft.r, 5 ,,1 t
established with thl. office. NEWLY DECORATED) everything furnish Intercultural Student Ex p.m. Mlmm'FIREWOOD tI
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT II ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video change. Call 1800SIBLING. fcan 83-50' $55 for long wheelbase I .*
HELD mrONSmil FO* MISTAKES IN room available. Will accept on. child, LOSERS WANTED Lose up to IS Ibs. by truck load with free fat lighter, CHURCH STREET 2 Bedroom; 1 bath, owner financing, S5O.OOO.:
129 NEIL COURT 3 BR. 1 Bath, 536,000.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 'no pets Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. Valentine's Day. FDA approved pro 964-4338: for d.llv.ry.,2/4'TF carport' owner financing
THE duct. back guarantee. No WOWt Sophisticated 'wat.rfron'lvlng/ In Lakewood Subdivision on
TELEPHONE ., Starke 32091. 10/29 TF Money
Classified deadline I la TUESDAY; TEf>o\MOBILE HOMES for rent: furnishedor drugs, No exercise. Mr. Whit. Crosby Lake. Seclusion without remoteness! Cedar and stone, beautiful
NOON prior to Thursday publication. unfurnished MIMOSA MANOR. ((303)232-4184.) Icon 88-49 LAND FOR SALELOT ,home, /living room family room, with stone fireplace, dining room big
Classified display deadline TUESDAY 9647498. 11/19TFchg LOSERS WANTED Use up to 29 poundsthis master,bedroom, two oth.r'nice' slue bedrooms, two bath., front porch

5:00 P.M. Special Classified' display ROOM FOR lENT Cable, HBO: ACE month Inch., cellullte. Doctor IN CITY $6.000. Call 964.5764, after double garage, ceiling fans throughout SldO-;!>y..ld. refrigerator with
,placement l la NOT Guarantied. heat No deposit $66 and 7350. Sun. recommended. I've lost 50 pounds. Incredible 5, colt 9645251. 3/07 tfn' Icemaker, Two complete heating/cooling units. Stunning view of lake,
Minimum chorg. fat classified ads .Is shine Motel North 301. 1/28 3tpd 2/11) Fat Absorber. Free shipping' 34 ACRES CLEARED! will divide, owner next to private boot ramp S recreational area. A real Shangri-La I

15 words for S3.50, then 15 cents for MOBILE HOME FOR lENT 964-8614 or ((612)) 6421915. fcan 88.45 financing. 1-904-964-7771 or >....HOMES..... .

each word thereafter. 9647619. 1/28tF 1-904-964.4537.1/2' TF LOVELY 3 BR.2'/t Ba custom built home, LR,with fireplace, DR, eat-In kit.
" patio wooded chen extra large utility room, screened) porch garage, CH&A, thermal
HOMES garage, appliances, carpeting windows, acre of land $68.000. ,
lot, quiet neighbor W, Pratt 1
year ;JJHVlYV BRICK 3 BR. 1'V4 Ba LR. kitchen-dlrWng 1004 N.
FOR SALE lease required. $475 monthly" plus I' MOBILE HOMES area carport utility room, '
.month 9648073.28TF Thompson St.:Well Insulated, 'low utility bills, -43,255.
deposit. Apply FOR SALE
OFFICI SPACE FOR RENT Hwy. 16, lIIJJIJlI BRICK 4 or SIR, ,2 bo. 1900 '.(.1 1 acre, 9 yrs. old between Starke &
2 BR, 1 IA with 2-car garage. Perfect for Lawtey. ,
964.5517.2/4 2tchg 2/11)
retired couple. Easy walking distanceto TWO BEDROOM 1 bath In lawtey. Call" MOBILE HOME FOR SALEt"rent to' own GOOD LOOKING New Duplex 215 Bradford Drive, 2 BR, 1 '/, bath living

new hopping c.nt.r. 29999. Call 782.3894 after 10 p.m. 2/4 2tpd 2/11 your own mobile home Several to room eat in kitchen with stove, lines carpet; best location.
9645606. 4/30"tin 12x68 MOBILE HOME 3BR 1 bath, on choose from. Call 468-1323 for Information 242 S. MYRTLE ST.t Home t 2 car garage, all new interiors CH&AS'2; BR, t
, B'/ % ASSUMABLE on $22.000i 3 BR, 2' one acre. $250/month. 964.4238. 2/4TF FOR SALE '10/8TF Ba. S30.000 Financing Available, See to Appreciate,

ba., brick veneer home with fireplace ,HAMPTON LAKE 3 BR,2 bath fireplace, NEW S USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy' 642 N. WALNUT 3 BR. 2 Ba. Handyman's dream, $38,000..
and garage on 5 acres. Beautiful home.: ,kitchen furnished carport price, Wells at ASW Mobile Homes, 964.6407 .LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, 'PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT I Keystone, beautiful
Reduced to 59500. United Realty of. negotiable Local residents.' 468-2704- MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low'' as or 964-6408. 8/14 tfnrw ,Spanish style home, 3450 s.f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2Vi bo. for
Starke. 964-8447 or 4733627. 11/12 TF Itchg 2111) $14.99 per month.,Call 964-6946.5)0, 2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'Sl Financing I mol l LR, fully equipped kitchen;' Ig FR, brick fireplace, patio, pool ceiling
3.B3 ACRESr lots of pecan trees, some. EFFICIENCY APARTMENT furnished Including NEWSPAPER PLATESt Aluminum. available Call .272,0625 collect tin fans 2 car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl.. 2 assum: mtgs., $135,0001
timber on the land. 3 BR, partially furnished Measures 24x36""25 cents each. Great 2 USED DOUBLEWIDESi Low payments.Low .
water and sewage, Justi ULTIMATE EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco block beauty with 3400 s.f, 6
house. Call 964-5654 or for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH: down payment, Call ,1.272-0650 '
remodeled S75/month. $100 deposit yrs.old on 2'/. acres In lawtey area Spacious..Elegant..Prestige!
496-3080. 1/28 4tchg vie 135 Coll collect tin
W. St. 9646305.
HOUSE ,IN HAMPTON for sale For more NEW Call HOUSE 14681857.3 BR.2/11 2 bath 2tpd; 2/18 kitchen furnished ALICIA HAYi new hay $25. Delivery ASSUME :3 BR, 2 bath on your lot: $159 ,ROOM TO GARDEN: Palm St.. 3/2. brick new roof carport, new. Carrier

Information, call 468-2458. 2/4 4tchg CHSA wall to wall carpet. In available All hay in barn. 7 miles West. month, 904-351.8514, dealer 2/11 heat pump, large screened porch; utility shed, extra lot.
Lawtey area ,
2/25 (lof 3/3 ,
lake Hampton Oaks. $550 month, $550deposit. Storke on Rd. 16, Jimmy Gasklns. 4tchg '
BEAUTIFUL 7 ACRESt fenced with attractive 2/18 964-8356. 8/27 TFchg HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL) 28x68 4/3. DEERWOOD SDbrick 3/3, pool' $105,000
14681857. 2/11
3 BR. 1t baths, brick home on CR BEDROOM mobile 2tpd home In ATTENTION HANDYMEN I Large cement Homes of Merit, $279 month. Free MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2.2 story, 12 acres 'S 85.000
221. Call Travor. Century 21, Broker1 TWO Keystone. Partially furnished Includes block home In city of Starke. Lookingfor delivery. Uncle Roys, 9043518514. SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2. 1985 DW fireplace, high lot S 50.000

4734903. 2/11 4tchg 3/3 ,washer/dryer $275 month plus a reasonable offer 1.726-7651. 2/11 4tchg 3/3 EDWARDS LOOP! 3 BR, 2 Bo, 1 acre, let's go country S 62,000
deposit. 475-3203. 2/11 2tpd 2/18 1/21 4tpd 2/11 REPOSt easy assumption with little or no ORANGE AND PRATT 2/1 frame, Reduced quick,talel S 19,900
REAL ESTATE 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT living room STEEL BUILDINGS! 40x75x12 $3.43 It.r ,'S down. Doubles and singles, .\, BROOKER.3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot S 44,000'
dining room kitchen bath heat. 40x100x14 $3.39 ft; 50x100x16 $3.32.;, 904-351-8514 agent 2/11 4tchg :3/3; MENG DAIRY RD.4 2,25 acres, 3/1 CB CH/A,.so near S 40,000
OUT OF AREA Call 9646234. 2/11 2tpd 2/18 gas 6O..1001C,14$3.05 ft. 70x100x14 $2.90 2* WIDE shingle, masonite, fireplaceand CROSBY LAKE CANAL; 2 BR, 1 Ba, CH/A, frame S 41.000

; EFFICIENCY APARTMENT you pay .Iec ft.100x100x12 $2,76 ft.:'Allied Steel) ; much more., $227/month. LAWTEY:4 BR,2 bo,,2 story,I acre, 100 yrs.old $ 36000.
904-351-8514 Uncle Roy',2/11.4tchg
OCALA NATIONAL ,FOREST Wooded tricity.: Lawtey 7823458. Itpd 2/11 1-800-635-414Id/2B 3tpd 2/11 3/3 .COMMERCIAL: ..... ,
SWAP OR BARTER Have 1980 Pontloc
'lots? river, access' $3450 Each.: No ''TWO BR MOBILE HOME in v.ry'good LeMans In excellent condition.. Will REDUCED 2x65i, 2 BR. 1 bath $3500. ',BRICK BLDG. 4000 sq.ft. (unfinished inside' ) off Morgan on NW 42nd Ave.,
Owner location furnished '
money down. $65.41 monthly. ;, trod. for first class roof Installed on 964-7358. 1/21 6tchg 2/25 >> on 1.5 acres. Built as a lodge but could convert to your own use, $60,000
1-236-4379 or62224337TF' $175 month, $100 .deposit." ., 9648704"'Itpd211 commercial property. Call 1-328-7778.i EXTRA CLEAN 12x60 mobile home with' ENTERPRISE ZONE:145'x16S'\ near hosp, 25000.

furnished" unfurinlshed. 1/284tchg2/18 '2 BR, I both: modern kitchen central, THOMPSON ST:, 11.362 S.I., brick, Enterprise Zone, Benefits S 80,000
,ANIMALS & PETS In good location. $200' FACTORY DISCOUNTED 1988 30 ft. travel AC $4.900.964.4510.2/4 2tpd 2/11 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up, 2 bldgs, 240'on 301 great value' $ 37,000 "
FOR SALE ,month: $100 very deposit 964-8704.; Itpd. trailer, self contoinO<;!. $7.995.AI.o used -' ,1971 MOBILE HOME 12x64. clean, 3 BR.l'i 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01'on301 SI 20.000
2/11 trailers at real bargains,, 7823080., bath new heat qnd air window 301 N: approximately ISO1 x opprox. 220' $125000

,WE NEED GOOD HOMES. 1 gentle' pony" FOR RENT OR SALE mobile home, 3 BR? 2/4 ;3tpd 2/18 cries.unit..Has Must built be on moved.front and Price back$3,500 port, 301 N: Dairy Queen Building, lease option Reduced $ 85,000
187 TRAVLER fish a.kl., 15V4 ft,
2 Border Collies, and 1 Australian 1 'A bath on on. acre, $8900 sale priceor : firm. Phone 282-3540 2/4 2tpd 2/11 301 S: 193'301 frontage $ 85,000
Shepherd. Call Kris, 6-6924.'TFmf $200 rental per month plus $100 bassboat, fully' equipped 40 hp Suzuki KINGSLEY LAKE: 3 BR 1 both. You get 301 and Washington Street, 262: ,S x 105' $ 91,500

HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDEt Recognized deposit. 9644990. Itchg 2/11 oil motor Injection accessories Merc, full Thruster one trolling war., use of boot ramp and 2 docks:rent lot. 301 S: 135 !t. on,301, opprox,2 acres (possible 4 Acres) $150.000ACREAGE. ,
safe" and effective by US Bureau of THREE BEDROOM: 1 bath trailer $190 year 000 firm. 9645874. 2/4 2tchg 2/11
ranty on motor $4,500. Call 964-6086 ..... ...,*,
Veterinary 'Medicine against hook,: month $100 deposit. South Grove St., after 5 p.m. 2/4 2tpd 2/11 FLEETWOOD: 12x60 2 BR, 1 bath good GREAT lOCATION Hwy'100W a Hwy 225. 40 plus Acres $ 60,000RD.
round and tapeworms In dogs \ cats. 200-A in Lowtey. Itpd 2/1) condition. Great buy at $3900. Don, .
close PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to 100 EAST: 1.37 acres,wooded and platted S 7.000105th
GOLDKIST. US 301 N., 964-7871. 12/24 STATE, EMPLOYEES work? We have need home clean' mobile toyour take up low monthly payments on Martin. 9646573.; Itpd 2/11 AVE.. LAWTEY: 2 V4 acres cl.ored" S 8.000
8tchg2/ll beautiful console piano. Call toll free. HAMPTON 438 acres.This property has everything $438,000
FREE BULL PUPPIES: 964-6139. Itchg 2114u homes available. 468-1323. 10/8 TF 1
NEW MOBILE HOME 14 ft. wid., central) 18003462450. 3tpd 2/18 LAWTEY; S acres, 105th Ave.,good Investment S 15.0OO
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY heat I and air, furnished. Must see,: JEWELRY; ladies Rings; 1 carat diamond TRUCKS RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond, wide open spaces S 26.OOO
468-1323. 10/8 TF cluster; also sapphire S diamond ring. SR 16 WEST: appro 7 ocr.-...,_ ..- $ 13. .OOO
RENT/LEASEJWEIvS :. OFFICE BUILDING 5 rooms, wall to wall Both tor $950 or will sell separately. CHURCH BUSt 1963 Chevrolet, (new PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD-,'20,16 acres, 3 wells:2 poles,
carpet central air. Perfect for Doctoror 964-5940 after 7 p.m. Itpd 2/11) motor, transmission $1500 negotiable. 2 septic tanks, owner finance $ 50.000 Or will split ea t 27.OOO
ELECTRIC POWER LIFT for half-ton to full- 468-2711, 1/21 41pd 2/11 '
office. For info, call BROWNLEE RD.36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $ 82.332
FOR LEASEt 1,000 sq. ft..301 South*next Attorney's more ton pickup. 1-78I-6743. Itpd 2/11 IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44
'o United Realty 964-8848, 964-8447, Jewel or John 964-6303 TFjnm ALICIA HAYt $25 a roll: All hay under 'through the U.S. Government? Get the '...,.LOTS./,
4/16 TWO II TRAILER on nice large lot In miles from Starke 16 facts Call CROSBY $ 15.0OO-S 19.800
or eves, 4733627. tfnchg barn. 7 on Hwy today 13127421142. ext LAKE LOTS.100 ft.
3500 SQ. FT.ON 2 FLOORS! 137 < 139 E. Lowtey area. Partially' furnished. No toward prison. 964.6167 ,or, 782-3727 609. 2/4 4tpd! 2/25 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES 2 'lots, one acre each $ 7.500 S $ 8.700
Call St, Available Dec. 15 for lease with' ,children. 782-3344' or'7823942. 12/10 2/11TF 1974 PLYMOUTH Station Wagn runs KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots S 4,500

option. Coll 1-356-6849 or write ClydeW. TFce MOTEL FURNITURE FOR SALE' Monday' good. Good body and Interior, $600. WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Florida' Frontier $ 15,000
1419 Barnett Bank Bldg., ,PINE FOREST APARTMENTS! Now taking and Feb. 15-16 to 5 964-6034 2/11
Simpson applications for 3 BR apartments starting Tuesday noon Itpd DUPONT ROAD (LowI.y1); Acre surveyed Cash $6.000
,Jox. Fla. 32202. 12/3 TF 'p.m. Cash only. Self-delivery no
at $200 per month. CHSA. fully phone calls please. Econo-lodge, US After Hours
equipped kitchen cable ready. 1530 301 North. Itchg 2/11 Anne Terwlllegar Nelson '473-7S4r
W. Madison St, 964-6312. Mon-Fri.: 9-5 496-229.
27, FT. TRAVEL TRAILER reasonable. John Longford Mostec Appraiser
p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity. 1/14 Other travel trailers, a real bargain.

DOGS Mole bulldog TFchg 7823080. ''tpd 22 /)1 WANTED? 80 to 100 acres'. Good
answers to CANE,whit. with brown TWO BEDROOM 2 bath mobile home, HP EVINRUDE outboard motor, $165. road frontage preferred. Immediate
spots and black .y.' Female redbone nicely furnished, very clean large Perfect condition. 9648708. Itpd 2/11 closing. Ask for Linda. 1-800-843-6888. 1
hound has North Carolina togs. Call yard no pets, 1 child maximum. $235 GAS STOVE full size $40. Ladies Bicycle 2/4 4tchg 2/25 "

964-7302 or 964.2059.2/4 TF month plus deposit. Meng Dairy Rood.' like n.w. $70. 964-2227. 2/11TF : Realty .
$1000 REWARD For Information leadingto 9646714. Itpd 2/11 ,
recovery of following trailer axle ONE BEDROOM HOUSE for rent, CHSA. ,
flatbed equipment trailer, tile-type 964-8258. Itchg 2/11' ,
dark green. Stolen off Rd. 223. Roscoe ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT Botany :
Norton. 782-3752. 2/4 2tpd 2/11 soon near town. children and elderly
welcome at small apartment complex'
REAL ESTATE 96 6-8601.2/11 TF .. r. 964-4,54'4'm'

** FOR SALE SMALL TWO BEDROOM trailer for rent.,;; } : [@]
$150 Itpd 2/11 month, $75 deposit. Call 964 6705., ,:.


(U-repalr)., delinquent tax propertiesand clean yard maintenance ,Included ) : /Homes/ Lots /"Acreage/ ,Waterfront
repo't. For current lists call' $210 month $100 deposit Coll ,
1.800-3564687. ext 2729. Also open 9647625. Itpd 2/11 "Farms'/' mercial
'evenings. 2/4 2tpd 2/11 -TWO ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT ,
all utilities furnished. $175 month no LIVE TilE SATISFIED ,COUNTRY'LIFE ''w 3BR/2BA'
ota.,96 6-8071.ltchg,2/P] Block. Great Room w/Piieplace, CH/A. Stove ''Wall Oven A'.

For ,Rent CO'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental Refri.:. Carpet & Drapei. Inground Swimming Pool, 41 Acres

homes tailored to your pay schedule. 5 Pasture, Firming & Wooded. 32x37 Pole Barn Well:&"Septic..
OfficeSpace Private park laundry and playground. Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT + '3 'ACRES OF' PRIVACY<;' 2BR/2BA Block, Large

I PINES SR12U |just south of SR10O In Kitchen of Cabinets and Breakfast
Retail office Was lake Butler. Call 4962366. Hnchg17 Z L 'rah Living/Dining'Area.
9 L .
Nook. CH/A. Garage Well & Septic. .

Attorneys Office.' VACATION RESORTS OR Located Hwy.301 -2 Blks S. SR.100., "22t,W Lafayette Street QUIET AND PEACEFUL'.. 3BR/2BA Block., Family Room;

Fully carpeted CH&A. RENTALS Drapes & Carpel, CH/A 1416 SF. Large'Lot, Lake Privileges.

Lease required. OUR' BEST BUY \- '3BR/2BA Block Spacious Living Room, .

month. Fully furnished. Daily, 17Sx2S4t, 301 South excellent locations Room CHJA. 1839 :SP STove. Refri & Dishwasher
$350. per Also mobile *3 Bit. 1 Beth, C. block home on I acre. Owner financing.: Family .
for Information or to: see home weekly pork, monthly spaces for and homes *HWY. 301 S.t Well-built.3 BR, 2 bath. brick veneert nice stocked fish pond ..,r, Well & Septic;, 1 Acre, "

opprox. 2 acres. COUNTRY' LIVING ,*,3BR/1BA Frame''and' 3BR/2BA,
Call 964-6305. for safe MT. VIEW RESORT. U.S. 64E. .
*IN CITY utilities available. 40 acres. Call for details. 'f
Highland Rd.. Franklin N.C. ((704) Doublewide. ':W/P.tiol &;4Carport. Large Workshop A' Storage
double S utility '
*REDUCED TO S49.900 BR, 2 Ba, CHIA.lmmoculat., carport '
....,524-4605. 6/11 tfneho I fenced yardGOLFVIEWi. Bldg.. Well A Septic Owner Financing. ,

Several lots available.'; GAINESVILLE f 3BR/2BA Block. 1577 SF.' AC, CH, Family

LAVERN H. OUTLAW *UNIQUE PROPERTY Twelve % acre lots and 4 extra acres 2 septics.. Ideal- lor Room; Stove : A' Refri Double' Carport, Enclosed Porch...on''

Brokerlitlkittjj MH lots or campers ,
Comer Lot.NORWEGIAN., _
S. 8 with 7000 a.'. Many extrae. \ 5
*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 301 approx. acres .
.' / of biiuiftcf otsrftintj BRICK "3BR/2BA Brick. CH/ARange', &"
OUTLAW *APPROX. 1600 S.P.I brick veneer home only 1 year old in excellent location.
*CROSBY LAKE SHORES! Nice CI ft frame home on I acre. $35,000 Solar "Hot Water System., "

,9 22 *PINEBREEZE S/Di 4 BR, 2V4 ba, brick on nice lot. New roof. MAKE.OFFER 4BR/1BA Frame. Large Living A' Dining
STRAWBERRY ACRES 10 acres. Nice building site,,or mobile home.IN '
Porches Welter Septic/ Large Lot Lawtey.
City ,
TOWN! 2 11.1 ba frame home. $18,500. Rooms, Large
*LARGE CI HOME with more than 5 acres. Owner financing. GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD* 2BR/1BA Frame, Front Porch,'
*TWO STORY HOME very nice, large cedar home with brick.: Over 35 acres. Well A Septic/ .

*ADULT COMMUNITY lots for campers or trailers,with. water, septic and light FRONTAGE ON NEW RIVER'.: ;2BR/1BA' Mobile Home,,

4/J es Edwer-ss M,CH4A up to 10 oeresVArTOMTMYHon.o pole., Well A Septic/ 94 Acres,

"LOVILY Mitt 3/1 on I acre. immaculate. $21.000. HANDYMAN'S DREAM 2-story 3BR/2BA Block.
.., CHIA. mote.C0MMERCIAL .
.. Commercial a Residential Rental Available),
PROPERTY 011 SI 16 I. 3000 aq. N. 9" over on ocr. Morr"tra.oWNII 1 ,SELECTED'PROPERTIES

RANI'1UI01 Price roducod a.tlcolly' Was $130,000. now 100000.' ACREAGE in Brooker AreaS .

..-y the HOME Includol 3 A Bo. 22x4O pool. ACRES High A Dry. Well A Septic. .
T IPSAACCI'EEasy' 3/2 or,7* ocres. .
ttsnsxttttz&z i ; daM to Storle.f I, 10 ACRES*. Pecan Grove. Been Well A Septic Fenced.' .

rood.OWN" ACRES Pecan Orov. A Fish Pond. Residential.
3 oeree, paved trained 10 r
UTI i 3/2 t *
I THI PIN 11 Professionally
ONE .Of Calf rie of our .
lAYS on OFPER/ Da"tllow1de. 10 od'ep pi srrfJgftfi.; 10 ACRES'South Clay,County. Residential/Agricultural
In kwh.,
' .A LonA ROOM fOIl Tint MONEYS 2 atory qe ecola 'staff today at: :3 ACRES Good Commercial Location.. .

to ahopplng IIIMI hoapItoI. $39.000. Zoned for Mobile Home..
convenient TO TOWN a lCHOOLI Sill. la, remodeled 4.55 ACRES .
! -fIIDUCOHVINIINT QUICIC IALI' Spodou. brlc 4/X OUA.from. 9645069or 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.

-WALK ouao TO fOIl 1Vd""O. 3/1 .. nice lot.$23.500., after hours call: LAKE GENEVA Large Lot, 100 ft. on the Walerl .

-.coMI PROIERTY' 2 ... 1 10. REDUCED TO $23.000. LAKE LOTS. Crosby A Sampson Owner Financing.

SLAB. PROPUTYi W. have homes and loss.Lak., ..EDUCED.aYSTAi. .-JMALTOR ASSOCUTE. EVENINGSfl LARGE AREA OF LAND. Northeast section of City.

-PUN I.I ntI SUNt S II. 2"lei. Hampton 2000 a.f.. t.oCATIOfMOCATIOH' v .Irert.fc.;; Faulkner- 64-31 42 HWY 301 SOUTH, Large tot Good Business Location.,

? LAd ACcas&k. SM'keCustom' 1 ham. on 5 A ee.W -lI.tclll'e SDrv _--Qf .$420E 'i. ftv ON HWY 301...,5 Acres Near Earliest Beach.
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TO DRINK 14' X 70' MOBILE HOME 2BR. 2BA large
ASSUMe '/2 on lot, $139/mo..
your has to Invest In
THAT YOUR BUSINESS/ HIRING! Gov.rnm.nllob.| In your area kitchen and living area, clean convenient dealer 13518514. 4tchg 2/11.3/3 INVESTOR money
WANT TO STOP $1S,000-$68,000. Call 6028388885. and private. Requires first months row land or partially developed land
THAT OURS Ext. 3493. 2/3 4tpd 2/24 rent and deposit. W.B. Stanley or subdivision. may
Home of Merit $279/mo., free Located in Union, County Times For Information call
SINGLE SO for maid In joint venture.
Alcoholics Anonymous 4734161. 2tchg 1/28-2/4 delivery Uncle Roy's, 1-351-8514, 4tchg building. Coll for Inforrnat'on River Realty 497-3305 Ask. for
*64.41 5O-, motel Must live in. 9647184. I2/30TF Country
44.2000Pd thru 3/31 FEDERAL, STATE I CIVIL SERVICE JOBS 2/11-3/3. 4962261. fin, Beverly Clark. 4 tchfl' 2/11 3/3.
MISCELLANEOUSPACK 2r WIDE masonlte. fireplace
CHAIN. LINK FENCE 'installed.: Free $12,646 to $57.89)/year, now hiring and morel $221Unci.. Roy.." I ACRE WITH SCATTIRED TREES paved
..timat... Hondy'Man Fence Co. east\ F3377
Own.r Tommy R.ddl.b. 964-8599 tfn for Info. 24 hr. 1/28 3tpd 2f I,. RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible 1-351-8514.. Stchg, 2/11-3/3 utilities Included for $500 down.
HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrlcol. EASY WORK excellent poyf Assemble Items and antiques. Used furniture, 12XU 2BR. 1BA 1500. 473-4512.; MAINfl INSURANCE AOENCft ;,25 E. Payment $138 per month. $12,900.

'complete ham ,.pol,. products ot home. Call for Information. glassware, 'jewelry and much more.Come 2tchg 2/4-2/11 Main Street, 'lake Butler 496-3978 12% APR over 20 year (Larger
mile 12X60 MOBILE HOME 1972. 3BR, 1 "IA.
for One east
see Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn available with well
Reasonable rates, licensed: contractor. 904-641-8003 ext. A9579. 2/4 4tpd acreage powerpole
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn,, 2/25 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. good condition $3,000.473.4246. 1 tchg septic tank. Call for detail)

SEWING.MACHINES. sales and service, NEEDED SUPERIOR STYLIST for new 4732183;, 3/5 tfnchg 2/11 HELP WANTEDGOOD COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY; Fort White

all ,makes cleaned! :!, oiled. adjusted:!, solon "CUTUPS" opening 3/5/88. Experience 91.3305.2/11' 4tchj" 3/3.
$15, 'All'1 work guorant...:!., Corn.rMorgan in all phases ol' hair care CARS FOR RENT OR SALE '
Rd. A CR 16, Jam. Strickland, Commission salary, paid vacation, paid PEOPLE + GOOD PAY. GOOD FOR SALE
964.8733. 12/3TF holiday. 475-5604 lorrle.. WORK FOR 77 PINTO STATION WAGON standard 12X44 MOBILE HOME -screen porch, carport BENEFITS Come In and talk with u*.,

SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER Advice on THE SEST. 2/4 Stchg 2/18 transmission, needs: repairs, good 2 utility sheds,. chain link fence, lake Butler Apparel l 650 'S.E. 2nd '
business, love and other problems. GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING: Commercial tires, $250. 473.2210 during working good condition, central HlI AI": Street Lake Butler. 496-3601. tfn/chg STORAGE HOUSES: Need:! extra storage
Special readings ,this week with this transport needs: owner/operators I IH hours $273/mo near school 475-3301 after 5 FEDERAL.,STATE i CIVIL SERVICE |obs. space? We have 5.10 and 10x10 mini

ad. 782 9802. 2/1) 21pd 2/18 you need training we will train you, 183 HONDA 7SOV45 INTERCEPTOR excellenr pm..4tchg 2/11-3/3 $12,646 to, S7,891/year, now hiring! warehousesHale and' ,Associates
BRADFORD PRE-SCHOOL hot openings ''You will operate your own tractor, If condition 473-9135.) 2tpd FOR RENT OR BALE BY TAKING) OVERPAYMENTS Call JOB LINE, 1(518)459-3611( ) ext. '496-393. tfnchrg. 1/7

lor 2.5 years of age. Register before you' don't have one. Commercial 2/11.2/18 3BR 3BA, doublewlde F3339D for Information/24 hours. 1/28 REFRIGERATOR.freerer, washer and!.
March I I. 1988 and pay no application Transport offer a purchase program' 1974 FIREBIRD. new engine, transmission mobile home. $300/mo plus security 3tpd. 2/11 'dryer Call 496-2090 2/4 2tchg 2/i1

f... For more Information call that we think I I. on. of the best In the rear end brakes, battery tires, deposit. 473-2597 or 473-7473. 4tchg EASY WORK Excellent pay I Assemble """""
'964-4361 License 030969 1/28 4tchg Industry. If you or.21 or over and think recently invested .$7OOO. asking 2/4-2/25 products at home Coll for Information. LAND FOR SALE

2/18 you may qualify call) for a complete Information 2500. Call 473-4684. 4tchg 2/11-3/3 1(504)641-8003( ) Em A-8401. Itpd. 2/11 '

LAWN SERVICE for residential and com package. Call weekdays: SERVICES f I
Toll Free 1-800-3482147 ask for ,I-J-S ACRE PARCELS 160, acre form
mercial. Landscaping tree removal LOST AND FOUND FOR RENT
lawn, vacuumed No lob too big or Operator 97. (Commercial' Transport .Is would make nice horse form: lowdown

small. Free estimates 964-4238. 2/4TF a division, of northAmerlcan Van Lines, REWARD McPherson's.: 7898 S.Lawrence PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile payment owner financed. Ap-
,PAINTING INTERIOR t EXTERIOR Low' o Norfolk Southern Corporation. sub Blvd. lost a calico female homes, pools, decks,] sldewolksFree OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE ron. 1/2 acre, paved rood with 2 '
,rates, 964-5940 after ,1 p.m. 2/11 2tpd ldlary.fcarv) 88-47 f Black ..lImot... Call Rob 473-330. 3/5 located In Union County Times Building bedroom: mobile home on SR18.' Hale
longhaired: cot. eye patch gentle -
n.ed at 150 West Main Call 496-2261, for and Associates. 4963939. tfn/chq.
.2/18 SHIFT INTO HIGH GAR the Is wandered away from her home tfnehg
ATTENTION VETERANS: home loans to growing for ownerfop.rotar. gearedto between Friendship Church and Coun- LAWN MOWING Trimming edging: 'more information tfn

buy build Or ,refinance. ''No money moving household goods. Get Into a try Club Dr. Call and I'll pick her up. Call The Lawn Barber 473-359O. ,Free CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely fu,. CARS/TRUCKS
down. 100% 'an''refinances. Phone high demand career today. Join the 473-0526. Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg nishedoil electric .central heat and

Clarence Phillips Mortgage Company Relocation Services Division' of North .CHILD CARE IN MY HOME hot meals, air, private paved: road laundry and 1977 FORD LTD New paint good tires,

1-615.68.-1029, Also conventional American Van Lines. You will operate school pick-up. all age. 4739056. Itpd park playground. Near schools hoip. good second car. $730, 1972 PINTO for '
If have 2/11 state facilities. PINES SR-121. east Lake
loons. Itpd 2/11) your own tractor. you don't use of parts. Make offeri ColI.96-3822.
HOUSE CLEANING OR SIT with .Id.rly or one, 'we offer on attractive purchase HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, additions Butler, Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. after 6 tpd. 2/11
BRASS BED size, complete, orthopedic .., and no pets chg/tfn 5/2V p.m. .
l shut In. By the hour or day. 964-5499. program. We provide training (no .xperience queen or complete building., 30 yearsexperience 193 FORD RANGER 4x4 pickup. Below '
and mattress set and frame (new BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on
necessary) clothing
!Itpd 2/1)) and ,
Bradford Cloy wholesale book No reasonable
serving pries.
y allowance. Single operator or teams 'n..r used), still In plastic. Cost Main Slr..lln Lake Butler next door to
Counties. 4734018. 5/28 tfn offer refused. Call 431-1714, after ,5
including husband and wife ore' $1,000. ,S.Ilfor, $390 cash. Stored: In Aventureland Video Call 496-0077
SAGGING? Door ? 1! 2/11 ,
FLOOR Dragging
tfn 8/6
welcomeLife, medical and dental insurance Jacksonville 1-624-2639. 4tpd 2fll.33VICTOIII"'N -
House out of level?? LoRue Leveling THREE 197 NISSIAN/ TRUCK Runs. Call "
I programs you service for all! foundation repairs. '496-3318, after 6 Itpd. 211197S
makes two twin beds. Complete with Ideal for small family large yard. $175 p.m
I 21 year of age or older call today/ fora
FOUR FAMILIES] Saturday,, 9 till Two 473-7721.7/9 tfnehg MO MIDGET Convertible. Rebuilt
used still In boxes. Wilt month. 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8
.I 1 complete Information package.T800.348.2191 matts. never per
block, North of Bakery on "COMPLETE: HOME REPAIR] 'carpentry.' motor and transmission, New' tires,
sacrifice $330 Cash. Stored In Jackson TWO BEDROOM. 2 BATH HOUSE SR121
ask for Dept. 97. icon '
Westmoreland. 10/29 TF electrical plumbing.
pointing battery paint |lob. Asking ,$2,700.
88-48 ville. 1-624.2639.4tpd 2/,11.3/3 south Call ..962179tpd.. 2/11(
MOVED TO SMALLER PLACE now I'm Reasonable '01... Licensed: contractor 1 ..963014.tchg 3/11' ,
full TRAILER6X8 : 8 X 4 u t
overstocked I ClothesIjnens,. furniture P80049306.1 Call Mitch .73-39.0. B/20 REPO FOR S"'UI980 Ford Fairmont. Coll
'r, and a 'little bit of everything l' time people to run factory outlet. Opportunity '$175, All In good condition 473-4897 TFchg MOBILE HOMES Farmer and Dealers Bank at 4962101..
for business with 1/28-2/11
':' Saturday 9 until N.W. 57th St., Off 16 own no 2tchg FOR SALE 3/11 I 2tchg. 2/18
.. 1.372.656 EOE 2/11 SIZE BED mattress ,
QUEEN boxsprlngs,
2tchg -
I" (Crawford Rd.l.} Cancel I if roln.i,' ', ,194 CAMARO V6 3.I liter,. power win*,,
2/18" bedikirt beautiful
and frame with condition '
::1'' '782.3507.ltchg 2/11 ; HOMES FOR RENT daw, doorlock,. brakes and
: steering.
TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature', $100. Also dual' electric blanketS : .
\ TEN MOBILE HOMES 2 S 3 bedroom LowDown
J 'MOVING SALE) Lots of antiques.9642277 RPM Gauge, A/C louvers, chrome
4 for Information. Across from person for short trips '!surrounding quilted'bedspread cheap. 473-3143. 1BR COTTAGE >."with lake privileges,. Balance like rent. Sid s Mobile rims,. tinted window, AM/FM stero
Starke,;Contact customer, We train, LOVESEAT COUCH T ,2. MATCHING Pork behind S&S- 4963715.
Home ,
Crosby Cemetery; look for signs.)Itpd H&AC. screened porch furnished or un- cassette Automatic transmission. Just
Write : O.S. Dlckerson Press;. CHAIRS antique pine,.with loose cu-; 2/U '
2/11 f furnished.: $240/mo. On. block from. Itpd take over payment Coll 496-2459.'
BIG' MOVING SALE Lots of 'funkcheap -, Southwestern Petroleum Box 961005. sions, ilpers, Inllrne green upholstery; 'library. 473-4961. tfnehg THREE BEDROOM, 1 BATH MOBILE HOME Itpd. 2/11 '
Ft. Worth Tx. 76161. Itpd 2/11 4 throw pillows ,,.> $175.
I -) don't miss it. Friday only 9:30: matching ,GENEVA OAKS CONDOS BR and 3BR, Newly remodeled 1/4 acre of land
I al storage shed I next to McDonald'* on' SOMEONE, TO LIVE IN to. care for elderlyman. 4733143. kitchen utility and living: and dining, with well and septic tank. $11,500. Call *
964-6303 or 964 6037. Itchg 2/11! '
431-1936 after 5 2/11 2tchg. 3/18
301 Itchg 211'SALETHURSDAY $250-$450/mo. 475-2052 keep calling. p.m.
EXXON beside McDonald I I. YARD SALES
now accepting
10.5 p.m. Many misc. item from inferior application for full and part time" FOR RENT 3BR 2BA doublewlde on 2 HOME In good condition. "Must Sell HIGHLAND WHITE TERRIER (scotty)

to exterior 5 miles West on positions. Apply at Exxon' 800 S. GARAGE SALE F.b20. Keystone State acres, furnished 1350/mo. first: last Call 496-2540. Itpd. 2/11 Last seen on Jon 14 In the area of Pro-;
C-229 off Hwy. 16. ,Follow signs Itpd Walnut St., Starke. Itchg 2/11' Bonk First Assembly of God. 104. ''and security After 5 p.m'473-7708. vidence Road and SRJ41, Call 496-1367,
UNIT SECRETARY FT unit position
2/11 : secretary 2tchg 2/11.2/18 2tchg 2/4-2/11: tfr2/11
t249 BLANDING $LI' Saturday 9-5 open. Excellent benefits Including ,GARAGE AND RUMMAGE SALE.Sot..
p.m. .
Water heater, dishwasher, shift/weekend diff. 'Medical ter 9.S, Sun: 91. Keystone So. on SR 213 ACREAGE

., office supplies, concrete blocks. mlnology preferred.: Applicants contact miles (Geneva Lake Estates) or of signon
mi.c.'ftpd 2/11 Bradford Hospital964. -6000. EOE/ 2f)II'' C214. Chest of drawers,. bar stools? I LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS
.'GARAGE t RUMMAGE SALE Sat.' 9-5 21chg 2/18 lounge choirs, hat rock, 9x12 and 9.,0' BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT ON EMERY.
'F SOMEONE TO LIVE IN and care for elderly rugs, toaster over men's clothing 38"woi.t. FANS 473-9236. 1/14 tfnchg.
Sun 9.1 S. SRI '
.-21 p.m.3 miles (Geneva-Lake p.m. Keystone Estates)on or at lady or someone to do' shift work" ",". eons/cords 3O/32. XL dress and ,;, ,Now .t taking application! : for i4b r m units. The e> alF
1 sign on C-214. Chest of drawers, barStools PART-TIME Ida Show ADVERTISING 964-7752.'hchy SALESPERSONfor /f1--. ''golf shirts, ladies large',sites., bric-a- electric units are spacious with lots of closef space and all havY

lounge chairs, hat rack, 9x12 three weekly and a ,brac' poker table Itpd 2/11 wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliances.: On-
and ,9.10 rugs,, toaster oven, men newspapers HWV ,,1 100 East 4 3rd St.! '1952 International FEDERAL STATE IL CIVIL SERVICE jobs
Sale desirablebut available for
Rental assistance qualified
,clothes, 38" waist leans/cords 30/32 will train. experience Retired pickup" camper, Cadillac: $12.646 to S7,891/yeor, now hiring! Bite laundry
XL dress and golf shirts, ladies large person encouraged EIDorado convertible, 2..hllroil.r. CALL JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 Ext applicants. '
135 W,
bric-a brae It to apply. Interviewing pistols ,glassware, rocking F3339A for Info. 24HRS, For and "
,I( sizes,. poker table 2/11 Call St., Friday 8:30 a.m.ADMINISTRATIVE guns Stchg application Information
ft 10 sale, 78
horses 5 cent 1/28-2/11 Please at
.ASSISTANT for see us
,Volk.wog.n"comp.r' van 79 Bird. PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLIST licensed:! @
,t BUSINESS Chamber of Commerce Must be 1005 SW 6th! Street
Itchq 21 II hair stylist with following for eitabllsh-"
t-' 'OPPORTUNITIES qualified: to In Chamber secretarial of areas Commerce Send, ed beauty salon. May apply In person Lak. Butler, FL 32054 s.veiw.n;,
WANTEDLAND at Hair Designer of Keystone Beauty Or Call 496-3141 oeee.u.wy .
P.O, Box 576 Starke, Fl. 32091. All
Salon, Nightingale Street, Keystone
OWN YOUR OWN $1499 resume must be received: by Feb. 15. '
WANTED 80-1.000 acres. Good Heights or cat! 473-4865 or 475-1226
I LADIES APPAREL Children (S20-S40 t road frontage preferred. Immediate: Address written application to P.O.

Value) or Shoe Store. Regular (tore*. closing Ask for Linda. 1-800-843-6888.. Box 1430 Keystone Heights, Fl.,,

'1, choose from Jean/Sportswear, ladies, 4tchg 2/4-2/25 32656 2tehg 2/4.2/U Maine's Real Estate

Menses, Large Sites, P. tll., FEMALE. ROOMMATE to share expenses NEW LIFE ACRES REST HOME 1 now accepting .
I Dor" /ear/Aerobic.. Bridal, Llnv fle In 2BR patio apartment with 51 ,applications. 475.2108. Itpd fl ,496-3978
or ...orl.. Store. Brands: :III Food StoresIt yr old Christian lady in Keystone area. 2/11 ::! I

t Clal .e, Healthtex.. Chans. Lee, St. Call 473-7252 after 6 p.m Itchg 2/11 .TEXAS REFINERY CORP. 'r needs mature Lake Butler, Fl 32054 Harriet Maines, Realtor,
j Mlchele, Forenza Bugle' Bay Levi now accepting applications; for store person now In Keystone Height area REALTOR ,
I Organically Grown Lucia' Over 2000 HAPPY Regardless of experience, write A.D. ,
in retail BIRTHDAYI
j t olh.... Or $13.99 One Price Or Multi- manager. Experience I Hopkins. Box 711. Fort Worth TX "

Tier Pricing Discount or FoMliy Shoe management a must Salary HAPPY BIRTHDAY DANA'.'2-11-88. We '76101 Itpd 211Train FOR RENT: 2/1 mobile! home Worthington Springs ,. ,"

Store. Retail Prices unbelievable for negotiable. Benefits include monthly'' love you very much. The Fomllyttpd r ,
top quality shoes normally priced: from $175. per month. '
J' bonus; vacation lick leave 2/11
paid ,
$19 to $60. Over 25O Brands,, 2600 '
',L styles. $17,900 to $29,900:: Inventory, insurance, profit sharing pension plan TRAIN ,. Two small! houses, Lake Butler.$1,75./$200.'per

,k, 'Training. Fixtures,, Airfare, Grand and creditmion: Must be,willing to", ,month.
I I Opening .,c. Can 15 TO BEAPROFESSIONAL
open days. Mr.
1' ; work long odd hours if necessary and .
883-4228. 2/11
Loughlin ((612)) Itpd
1000 SUNBEOS TONING TABLES Sunal w. take polygraph. Apply at he S&S to be a '
'I FOR SALE Choice 2 acre building lots; heavily ; :.
WOLFF, Tanning Beds, SlenderQuest' Food Store Office 2200 E, Duval St. ''
Passive Exercisers, Call for FREE color TRAVEL AGENT 'wooded In Lake Butler.., : /
Lake City during business hours ', : J' ,
catalogue. Save fa 50\ EXEC. SECRETARY
1",801).228.6292. Icon 88-46 Start locally, full time/part time] TOUR AIRLINERESERVATIONIST GUIDE 2 lots in Pine Tree Estates East of Lake Butler; '

-- Learn ..word processing' and! : e 3/2 mobile home on 2 acres .located on SR 18

'" -- related secretarial skills Home I
I Study and Resident Training. Nat'll
PINE locally full-Ume/part-llm
quarter*, I.H.P.. Fl.
live airline Home
on computer
Taking Applications .ePINANCIALAIDAYARABLE'eJOSPLACEMENTAuiTANCE I l- study and resident training.

.3 BR Apartments Starting at $200 Financial Ud/ available:Job t

.CH SA Fully Equipped K/fchen; Cable' Ready, 18004323004'THE placement headquarters.assistance.lighthouse National Point, RI

1530 W,, Madison St Mon.-Frf 9-5 p.m. A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL

Star e, 964-6312 Equal Housing OpportunityDavid 1 ,/se.v..rr.rreserge 14004323004Durrance


Lawson Paint & Body Shop Pump & Supply 5 loads spread FREE @ $60'.00'per. load

Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates U.S. 301 North. 864 N, .Tempi Av..,' Stark .10 loads spread FREE @ $55.00 per load

*Well Drilling Single loads up to 5 e $60.00 per load

CR 229 NW 28th St Stark 964-6133 964-7061
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Elixson Wood Products Inc.Cypress ,RT. 4. BOX .1556STARKE

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Mulch and Pine..Bark ,George Washington 964-5273 or 964-5115

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We Also:Have;

Magnolia o La-Z-Boy

Red .Heart Cypress.Lumber' '.-; FromDENMARK

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: t r ? 2&j--H- 'S Fill Dirt, Top Soil aaaaaaapjsi I II $39, .perweek.5Q + tax. I i La-Z-Boy

t Large or Small Loads of Limerockctor FURNISHED ROOM o 434 W. Call Strut -41 W. Madison Street

I Bulfdozer "Walnut 964 SI2i 9B45I27MF
Work Backhoe Street Starke
.. ", 4:00-5:30: : Sat. 1:00: I 00Hv

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REACTOR 'Jane S. Usher

A'' LENJrIN'i[ E I V 496-2126 Your. Union or County 496-2903"Realtor.

360 W. Main St.. Lake Butler

lJ -2-TORY NEAR tAKI... &eoullfu'3droont.' 2 bath home |usr ,'/ block
.... ,from largo 'lake. Horn newly decoroted-t Immaculate. A real .how place.
Mutt see interior to appreciate owner. penonol touch In n.w decor 2
ap.claf.otur./ .. in home I Is sun porch upstairs, and enclosed with old
: fashion type window- unique. Alto an ell oak bath upstairs, to SEE is to
BUY," Best buy In town. Som. financing available to qualified buyerS .

vi tir] ACRES WITH CUSTOM COUNTRY HOMI... lovely country setting surrounds
this 3 bedroom. 2 bath home with stone fireplace, Property has all
0 t'b the essentials for that perfect RANCHETTE or small-type farm operation
tnur 'Includinglarge barn larg. shop building, smokehouse and best of all a
Q1a V fish pond.Land Is partially wooded with room for pasture and/or cropland.

?0 EDDT goin6,to Qta ''w or. tti Tmast I 0 THREE ((3)) MOBILE HOME. LOTS AND TWO (2)) MOBILE HOMES In town,
we're / M ImPor. ,, Owner says SELL RIGHT NOW. BEST offer gets them. Own.r needs cash.
I Itno fool .ov.' You ph h my w hoN/ I One horn I I. :2 I b.droom'and oth.r 13 bedroom that I Is partially furnished,
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n1 o""k\' ct the''devil my hb. Buy now while owner Is motivated to SELL,

,Do"t wants, ua PAtiLr 'RAIFORD",, Have fashioned home on 1ocr.. lot in town. Additional
'iecouse God t *, t lots available adjoining N..d T-I.C, Would alto make great rental horn.
together. Lod.: 9 minutes work for prison employs Owner motivated fa tell now, so
ijethsas the'h don pOlL this on. up. .
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JI allelF alt 1'10,0't of .HAVE MANY SMALL ACRE TRACTS available In Union !County with owner ,

the .. : 4 j financing\
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,b ve.1ror.13( Also have homes Ideal to purchase for rental property. Lake Butler

has many rentals but needs many more...,GOOD INVESTMENTI!

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Mr. John demons carpenter, a 50-year member of .Ross of Mocksville, N.0. Petersburg: She was a homemakerand ( Wednesday, Feb. 10 at DeWitt C, was in Crosby Lake Cemetery under
Carpenters Local Union 1278, and a Funeral services were held Fri of the Episcopal faith. ,Jones Chapel of Starke with Rev, the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof I
Mr John Elliott Clemens 53, of Baptist. day, Feb 5 in Melrose United Survivors include her son, Neal E: Jerry: Patton,, officiating. Interment Stark
Lake Butler, died Monday night at Survivors include two daughters Methodist Church with Rev. Jaynie Marquette of Melrose; four grand
his home after an apparent hurt at'tack Mary L..Hall of Melrose and Phyllis Nell Hickman officiating Intermentwas children and six great- ----
)I Lou.Blackwell of Lake City) four in Chestnut Grove Cemetery in grandchildren. r. "'o((i1i'larivlM.MV
A I lifelong. resident of Union County sons, G.L., Jr. of Zephyrhills, Fla, Monroe, N.C. Local arrangements Funeral services were held I S1dMidp4A.IV; p.liAr tdaHarWftr ;Mr Clemons graduated from the Randall of High Springs,James Ira were handled by Jones Funeral Wednesday, Feb 10 at 7:30 p.m. in
St..' Augustine School for Deaf and' of Macclenny and Farris of Hampton ,Home ol Keystone Hts. DeWitt C.; Jones Chapel With Fr. : ,\
Blind in 1954. He was a Lionel'type ; eight sisters, Ethel Estes and Tom Gordon officiating. Interment ; .
Printer for the St. Petersburg Katie Flora both of Hampton Mrs. Alice Swain will be at a later date, in Eliam ,'".
;;Newspaper and retired from the VA Gladys- Dates of Marbury Ala.. Mrs. ,Alice Lashley Swain 90,, of Cemetery in Melrose, under the (
Hospital in maintenance. and Willene Stein, Ann Oliphant and Starke, died Wednesday Feb, 3 in direction of'Jones Funeral Home of laOy
Survivors include his father \ Queeme Rice, all of Mobile, Ala, North Fla. Regional Hospital of Keystone.
stepmother, Drew and Frances Bertie Tucker and Fannie Mitchell Gainesville following an extended In lieu of flowers, the family requests i:
,demons;, two brothers, Clive and both of Montgomery Ala; brother lness. t I donations to the St. Williams ;.!
,David Clemons, and sister, Vera Clyde Luster of Montgom< Ala:;. Born'Jan. 11, 1898 i in,Altha, Ftav :Catholic Church of Keystone ,
,Elixson, all of Lake Butler,, and ,
15 grandchildren and one great- Mrs, Swam was a longtime resident Heights.
several nieces and nephews. grandchild. ,of Starke. .She was 'a homemakerand
Funeral services were held Funeral held Mon- Methodist.
services were a
,January, 22 at the Faith Baptist day, Feb. 8 in DeWitt C. Jones Survivors include, one son, John Mr. Wallace, Nolan .
Church In Lake Butler, with Rev. of Starke with Elder Morris Gurthie of Gainesville
Chapel ; five Mr. Wallace Edward Nolan, 63, of
Ralph Durham officiating. Burial Roberts officiating Interment was daughters, Myrtle LeNeave of Starke, died Monday Feb 8 at his Russell Stover CandiesFlorpALoonRoses
was In Douglas Cemetery m Union in Santa Fe Cemetery under the Lawtey, Marie Griffis and Carolyn residence following a sudden illness
County with Archer Funeral Homein direction of Jones Funeral Home of Russell of Starke, Reba Edmark of Born May 14, 1924 in Jacksonville, r
charge of arrangements. ',Starke. Gainesville and Hattie Swindell of Mr. Nolan moved to Starke four
Elsie GordonMrs. Brooker; two brolheis. Warren from Jacksonville Beach.
Mrs. years ago
Mr. Grady Perry Harvey ,of Blountstown and Floyd .He was a retired dairy farmer (self- a Brach Hearts h
Elsie Lorita GOrdon, 83, died Mr. Grady Lewis Perry,' 70,, of Harper of Pensacola;, two sisters,. employed), a member'' of United Candy .. '
in the Williston Clyde Dillard and Lucille Duncan
Wednesday night Methodist Church of JacksonvilleBeach
Hampton, died Saturday, Feb. 6 in
Hospital following an ,extended illness VA Medical Center of Gainesville both of Blountstown; 22 grand an Army Veteran of World Heart 'Earringsi t
following a brief illness. children and numerous great War II,a member of Morocco rem
'A lifelong resident of Raiford, grandchildren.. pie, the Scottish Rites, and the Arlington ,'
Mrs Gordon was a homemaker and Born Sept. 14, 1917 in' Hampton, Funeral services were held Fri Masonic Lodge. : i Luv-A-Pup ;
,a member of First Baptist Church of. Mr. Perry ''was a member of the day, Feb; 9 in. DeWitt C. Jones :Survivors include his wife, MlOme-
Raiford Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Chapel of Starke with, Dr. Bennie Tale Nolan; two daughters? Trudy
'''Survivors include three Saints, a retired carpenter; retired Beckum officiating. Interment was Lorraine Bruner of Orlando and San- MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE r u
daughters, Barbara, Perkey of supervisor at Sunland Training In Santa "'e' Cemetery under the'' dra Jan Wilsie of Ocala; son,,Neil '
ramarac, Fla-.Lonta rruluck of Ft. 'Center, a. Veteran of the Army in direction 61 Jones "Funeral Home of Wallace Nolan of Starke;; two 127 E. CALL ST; '
White and Joan Graham of World War 11. a member of the btarke. brothers, Jack W, Nolan and Jerry I' 964-7810' .
Gainesville;; five sons, Richard'' of Starke DAY, and a member of the Yates of Jacksonville; three sisters, .: = .
Satsuma, Wallace of Chester, Pa.,, 9th Infantry Division of Weehawken Thomas ll. Crawls Blanche N. Knox, Bertha N,,Scales :
Gene of Ocala 'and Michael of .N.J. and Martha Belle, ,Dye, all of '
Raiford,twelve and B 'Mr, *'rommy" Howard ;,v1'I.i' r 'r, ,Ie'.MIo'4't" ;, \0\1'1':. ;" ,"+, :'",''' 11l'r' .
''I Survivors include his wife Mattie Rawls, 36, of Gainesville,died at,his Jacksonville and two grandchildren ,
j 'great-grandchildren. .
I Lou Box Perry; sister-in-law,. home Monday, Feb, t'
:' ,! ,Funeral services were held Satur- Funeral 'services 'were held /
Evelyn Perry, and Ruth ,
niece A ,
*' 'at First native of Cairo, Ga, Mr Rawls
day, Feb. 6 the Baptist
Pallidma, all of Hampton. lived
Raiford most of his tile In Live He
::1[ Church of with Rev -
Funeral services were held Tuesday -
was parts manager of Hawes
:i ,Willard Wilson and Rev. Robert
,. Feb. 9 in DeWitt C. Jones Chrysler.Plymouth in Gainesville.
Burial'was in '
'f[ Register oliiciating Chapel of Starke with Bro. 'Leslie He
was a Methodist and 12-year
under directionof
Sapp Cemetery the
Folsom officiating. Interment was m member of the Florida National '
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
.. Santa Fe Cemetery under the direca'tion Guard. "
Butler of Jones Funeral Home, ofStarke. J.FLEETWOOD
\ I ., .:Survivors include his son, Thomas'
; In Loving MemoryIn Jordan Rawls of Gainesville; father,, .
Bill Rawls of'Lake City; mother, : We
: loving of Mother tdllia
," Mae Alexander,'who departed this' Mrs. Pauline' Rape' : Sara brother Sentertit Jimmy, ''Rawls fallahassee of DuPont;, ;1..w' Fireplace 'Furnished 'CH/A/ '' !oj: 1'be", .

'I life February 3,1971,17 years ago; Mrs. Pauline 'B., Rape,, 73, of Ga.;', and paternal grandfather, \. )" el',. '
\ ,will always be remembered in our,: ,Melrose, died Wednesday Feb 3 in Howard pawls of Live Oak.?. o Plus muchmuch, more $s'
homes and but most of all in
prayers Medical Centerof \
North Fla. Regional Memorial I ervlces'were held
our Lord,hearts.give ears' ,"Hear'to my my supplications Prayer 0, ed Gainesville illness ,. following, an extend Saturday fanner!, Feb"6 Funeral at the Chapel Home of With Archie -, .;, $19,950: or' :,$181 monthly

1 m my faithfulness answer me and in, Born Jan.' 4, 1915,in Mocksville' Rev, Leland Mru'kland officiating:.'
'thy righteousness.GrandchildrenMr. N.C., Mrs. Rape moved to Melrosein (Delivery/ & Set-up Included])
Children and 1966 from Waycross, Ga. She was'a '

t, G.L.Lester:' Melrose homemaker United, and Methodist a member Church of the Mrs; May Marquette Factory Direct Means Wholesale Prices only ,at!

5I 'Mr.. G,L. "Moon" Lester, Sr., 79,. and the American Legion Auxiliary. ,Mrs May' E,, Marquette, 90, ''of'
I }r' of Waldo, died Friday, Feb. 5 at his Keystone-Melrose Post 202. -' Melrose, died Monday.,, Feb. 8 in Ou a/if
i, daughter's residence in Melrose ''SUrviVOrs include her husband, Bradford Hospital of Starke,. following y j:
'I I, following an extended illness. David B. Rape of Melrose; brother a brief illness ,
Born May 4, 1908 m Wetumka, Marshall Bowles of Mocksville, Born Oct: 6, 1897 in Berea, Ohio,
,Ala, Mr. Lester'moved to Waldo 60' N.C.;""and two sisters, Martha B. Mrs. 'Marquette moved to '((904)) '7528627Hwy ,
t years I ago He'was, a' retired, Guledge of,Monroe, ft.C,, and !Nell! Keystone/Melrose In 1919 ,from St.we ,
I,' 41.N (Between I MO & US 90)) Lake City Florida
Cards of ThanksChristian I

and love. Also : wi-i so touched and stood ''
support we v in awe
The of Elsie Gnffis would
family Ar ,at the of each made from
are ever so grateful to Mr.Doyle beauty one
I like to our sincere and humble "
express Director Lake Butler' God's creation. Many, thanks
I""1' to the members of cher, funeral many ; "
appreciation for his personal support in helping us to Dr.Dopson and staff and the doc* BRADFORD
': his family'and our friends for
f many tors and nurses at Fraser Memorial
this time. Thank
through trying you, '
their flowers, food and
I prayers Hospital for their personal concern CHIROPRACTIC CENTER
Mrs. Mrs Iris
too, Betty Thomas ,
loved "
cards during the loss of our ,
I I' and medical attention \
Richardson, Mr.Franklin Nazworth/ given our .
I one. and son for the beautiful singing that father dunng his illness, May God Starke Office ''"

'i. funeral touched so many hearts. during the bless all and in his loving 218 S. Walnut St... '

We would like to thank Rev. John service. Next lo The Chamber Of Commerce
i "I W. Varbrough, Rev. Mike Norman To the many florists that made up ,Maurice,Ovedia Prevail'& Family
1 t,, ''I''' ,and Rev. Mark Woods, for' their the beautiful floral arrangements Marion, Loedith Ellis & Family 964-4957


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We wish to take this opportunity to during the loss of our daughters.>, ,Home,, CENTER'
.,, thank all our friends and relatives We want to especially thank Mr, -'Cednc and :Lori),Box and, their '' '
for their.prayers: flowers and,food ''Doyle Archer of Archer Funeral families 'Keystone' Heights Office

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