Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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February 18, 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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Outside. Inside,.. Bradford
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The National Weather Service Office says there will be a 20 per SECTION .
At 10
cent reaching chance the of 70's.ram today,.Thursday, Feb 18,.with temperatures" Hard N.w.. .. .Poge. .*, .,,,,. ....i.S,10A' .. ,....' ..!! E''1879 ,

For the extended outlook Fnday and Icllto'lo'.II..I\I.A' ; ?' '.. \ ., ,:.., .; ," .,' ,
Saturday, look for cloudy Tu.Social "f \ ;" ,
the skies 70 and.. continued ram, with temperatures ranging, from 40's into ''Public NWka. :. . .. .'.. ",7.'A '" t'' (

Skies sp.rt.. . . . . ,'.'A d- ,
are expected to be clearing Sunday with cooler weather, <
temperatures reaching the lower 60'.. ,
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Temperatures are predicted to be above normal through the Spoclol Olympic. . . . .11
week-end First with no danger of frost or freeze dunng the period Mlnl.t.r .f poor . . . .21
quarter moon on Feb. 24,' Sloto parr.r.. . . . .31
the February rainfall has been spotty, with 1.90 Inches recorded at Ana . . . . ...
Starke Santa Fe fire tower on south, (JS-301. and .57 inches north of St.o Atty'. ..port. . . ?at
at the Highlands tower.The New river tower on -loowest No_ .'1.... . . . .71
recorded inches during February thus far. The Sweetest .Strawberries This Side of _Heaven

is fas11 STARKE.: FLORIDA ZS Cents Copy
Thursday February 18, 19M USP9062.701Worti


fating 9 Caught in Federal Drug Arrests 'Here I INine I

C-Cap arrests were made Wednesday Feb. taming FBI and ,FDLE agents meet in the delivery of cocaine, aiding and abetting in the Millis of Melrose and Michael Norman,
Meeting... '17. in the continuing investigation Into drug parking lot at Florida' Surplus Property On delivery of cocaine Norman Is charged with 35, former Starke resident, now living in
C-Cap; Coalition of Citizens activity in the Bradford County area. U6-JOI south of Starke and the arrests began conspiracy to distribute cocaine, tour countsof Texas.
Against Pollution, will meet in the Starke Assistant. Chief of Police W.S. (Scotty 1,. J, Norman Judith Alkire Moody, Lane possession of cocaine with intent to The two year investigation is not over and
Bradford County Courthouse > Rhoden and attorney Dudley Hardy were Carter, Ralph Goodman, Clyde Moody,were distribute, six counts of distribution of cocaine further developments are expected, according
(upstairs) tonight Thursday, Feb. among those charged in a Federal grand jury all charged with various charges of drug traf- Carter is charged with conspiracy to to Special Agent George Wisnovsky.
18., at 7pm.Featured indictment issued by the Middle District.ol lie; Shirley Merrill Hart, 29,. correctional of- deliver cocaine and three counts of possession The investigation has resulted in' the indictment
speakers will explain Florida. licer at RMC was served a summons to appear of cocaine with intent to distribute. Clyde and conviction of 12 other including
the dangerous effects of toxic waste Rumors on the street have been steady the lor conspiracy to distribute marijuanaand Moody .is charged with conspiracy to Lucian) Paul Bradley people Noonan
Incineration on soil, water and air. past few months that a big raid of elected officials distribution \9! mariJuana James Albert distribute cocaine, Goodman is charged with Bradley,' Jeffery Harris, Van Prescott, Billy
and prominent citizens were to be partof Watson In custody of Miami Correctional delivery of cocaine and two counts of possession Gnlfis William Wilson Jr., James Conroe,
Salute to Leaders... the grand jury indictments or arrests This Center, was also charged in the indictment, ol cocaine with intent to distribute. Nancy Conroe, Maurice Edwards all 'of
did not turn out to be the case since,most of Major Rhoden was indicted ort one count of Judith Moody is charged with conspiracy to Starke area; Richard Tiilman of Jackson I
A banquet to salute community the arrests Wednesday were people who have conspiracy to distribute cocaine. Hardy, who ''distribute cocaine, possession of cocaine with ''ville; James Ronald Kelly of Keystone
leaders is set 7-9.30: p.m. Saturday, been involved in drug trail'ic or have other turned himselt into U. S. Marshal'S, at the intent to distribute and delivery ot cocaine lean Heights and Faye Hall of Lake City (correc-
Feb. 20, m the National Guard Armory criminal records.In Federal courthouse m Jacksonville, is charged individual under 21. tional otficer with Baker Correctional Institution
the,early,morning hours three cars con with conspiracy. to,, distribute cocaine. ,, Also. under, indictment awaiting trial is ),
The banquet is sponsored by the

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recognition of Black History Month
Adults:, $7.50; children $Si; dinner,
,only, 14. Hazardous

Chamber Mixer...,

The Bradford County-Starke
Chamber of Commerce will hold a "
"business after hours" mixer '
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Tuesday,Feb. 23, 5;30 to 7 p.m.r m e ," ": i: : ":
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Williams Jewelry Store located in I
,the.Market Place shopping center. '<' 1' '
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Just Say No..., l -

""Families Against Drugs"" will y "4', Sites Go Before

meet Tuesday, Feb 23 at 7:15 p.m.,

in Library the btarke to plan Elementary for the 'Just School Say 'ERC In, Jax 'Mar. 1718blocked :

'No', week/' to be held May 9-14,

Four' sites for Florida's hazardous out everything except slate
Hollingsworth Visit... waste treatment plant will be owned lands, Deadman said.''
: presented to the: Environmental The proposed site at RMC, was'
State Sen. Wayne Hollingsworth, Regulation Commission in Jacksonville removed ,from 'consideration
D-Lake City, is scheduled to visit at, March 17-18 ;according to because the on-site inspection
the Bradford County courthouse in, Richard headman;'facility, coordinator disclosed that an aircraft runway
Starke next Thursday, Feb. 25, with the Florida" Department, near the Lake Butler center was still
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. of Environmental:
Regulation. in ''use, although preliminaryreviews
Citizens! invited to meet with '
are Deadman said that one site in showed the airstrip to be vacant -
Sen. Hollingsworth, who represent Union County, the DOC Receptionand .
Senate Dist 5 which includes Brad-' Medical Center, on brt-121 Union County Commissioner Gary
ford and Union Counties, to discuss Southeast ot Lake Butler, has been Taylor said the dropping of the RMC
personal.and state government problems w4 sw IU, I I removed from the' top "live list of site "tickled me to death." He said
nit .Yr potential sites The remaining four,* the county is still mustering grass-
"' MT i to submitted March 17-18 at a two- roots support in an effort to get DER
Visiting Choir,.. -, +' w J day hearing in Jacksonville, are the to remove the UCI site from the list'
/ Union. Correctional Institution site also. .
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The ""Young .t eart. choir from' on K-12l.; ,2"b: miles north of Raifortt Mayor J.D-', Griffis, who
the High Springs Baptist Church Raiford,. the Florida Slate Prison favored the UCI site, now says he
will sing Thursday, Feb. 25th at the t site oil SR-ie in Bradford County;, feels that because of the prison
Starke United Methodist Church the Camp Blandmg site. Ht miles evacuation problems "we won t be
during the covered dish noon luncheon southeast ol Lawtey on SR-223 in number one" However, the second
sponsored by the Methodist Clay County, and the DeSoto Correc reading of an ordinance for the Town
Senior Citizens. Everyone is Invitedto tional Institution near ,Arcadia. No of Raiford to annex the proposedUCI
come and enjoy the dinner and'' priorities have been assigned! to site is scheduled for the regularS
singing. Bring a friend and a these sites, Ueadman said. p.m. March 8 council meeting.
covered dish.BEA The ERC: hearing will be held at Once constructed, the facility will
the Florida" Community College neutralize and incinerate an
Dinner... North Campus, 4501 Capper Road,; estimated 100,000 tons of hazardous
Jacksonville, starting at 9 a.m. waste per year, serving the needs of
BEA President George Bowen'announces / Deadman said persons wishing to be the entire state.
the Bradford Education + krk ri.'' r heard at this time should sign up on'
Association's 6th annual Legislative arrival at the hearing room. 'Sch. Rd. Resolution:.., -
Awareness Dinner to be held The final selected Camp Blandmg At its
regular meeting Monda'ymght
,Thursday, Feb 27, at 7 p.m. The Top Students at, BUS.... site is about two miles northwest of Feb 1$, the Bradford School +
dinner will be held in the ., These IS students all earned straight-A's at BUS"' Kim Burch Pam Zurfluh (I..atrch. Steven Thorn Kingsley Lake, where 'K-225; ; Board joined a growing list of official "'
Fellowship Hall of the First United' for. the third six-weeks. ton, Yvonne Bobo, Carrie Musson (above, Hobo,. crosses the Clay-Bradlord Line., boards in Bradford, Clay, and
Methodist Church, in Starke. They are (l-rt At bottom:' Joel Rogers Caren., ,,,Julie. Ferguson, and Holly Shields. Deadman said that DER, had Union counties which have adopted
Featured guests are Sen. Wayne David Thorpe, Robert Thorpe Jennifer Brown. For the first time in memory all IS straightI hoped to narrow, the list to three resolutions opposing a hazardous
Hollingsworth, Rep. Goerge Crady, Kim Johnson, and Micki Becker., students were present for the pit lure.,"'_'The locutions lor presentation: to ERC: waste treatment facility In this area.
Rep. Chance Irving and Pat Tort. Standing across top Jody Brown. Jason Brown I'liddor; but two ot the sites were considered In a unanimous vote the board
nillo, president of the Florida, equal in their' evaluations, so four authorized Supt. Jim 'Duncan to
,Education AssociationUmted. sites are being submitted\ ERC: for draw up a resolution for presentation
The public Is invited Tickets are .Earn' at BHS its "final recommendation to the to the Goverrnor and DER.
$5. Contact the BEA office for ,, : : Governor ,and''' the Legislature. on Buddy Revels, a leader In a local
tickets and further information.
May 1.Three. group organized to mount an anti-
Fifteen Bradford High students,or 'Mr and Mrs. ,Marvin Brown of and Mrs. Gail Musson of',Starke. of the four remaining sites hazardous waste plant campaign,
,Motorcade..,; 126 percent of the 1,190-member student : 'btarke Miss Brown is enrolled m intermediate Miss Musson is enrolled in ceramics) are in'Norlh'' Florida" becausecnleha' ',appeared before the school board to

C-Cap (see story above) will hold, body,earned slraight-A's for weight training, math and pottery I, 'math analysis, 10,200 potential used to screen sites 'esSenltalyKaren the initial .I(See Hazardous..P.IA)
a motorcade Saturday Mar. 5 at 10 I the third six-weeks grading period" analysis, economics, humanities, I, physics 1, honors English '12, !
,a.m. The group will assemble on which ended Jan. 17. honors English?12, .physics I" .and research I, computer graphics and
the Santa Fe Community College' Another 76 BUS students; or 6.4 teaching assistant. French II Miss Musson is also a
parking lot, where gospel music percent of the student body, earned' Jody .... Brown, son;of Mr., and member of the girls varsity basketball
will be presented by local churches, all A's or B's .for'.places. on. the. A-B, Mrs.' Marvin .Brown of Starke.' team. ,
prior to the motorcade, which will honor roll.'' Brown is enrolled In math analysis David M.,,;Thorpe, son of Mr,, and
proceed to Ellerbee curve on The 15'straight-A students, by economics, beginning tennis, Mrs. ,Robert U. Thorpe of Starke. ++ r..
SR-121, about 3 miles north of grade, are: humanities I, honors English: U. Thorpe is enrolled in Latin I, math _
Raiford. physics I, and teaching assistant. analysis, basketball,. ,American
Seniors... Kim M Burch, daughter of Mr government,' advanced world .,
Jason M. Brown, son of Mr, and and Mrs. David Burch of Lawtey history,honors English 12, and study .' .' .
Azalea Sale.., Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke Miss Burch is enrolled In .honors r 1, /1 M
The Starke Woman's Club will Brown is enrolled in ceramics & pottery English' 12, American government, hall.Robert H Thorpe, son of Mr. and '+ ?-
hold its annual azalea sale, Tuesday 1, math analysis, economics, brass band I, woodwind band IV, In' Mrs Robert D, Thorpe of Starke,
March 8, at the Woman's Clubon humanities I, honors English 12, strumental techniques' I, music Thorpe is enrolled in, EuropeanSee 6 .. CAMP BLAND N t.:
Walnut physics 1, and teaching assistant. theory 1, and jazz ensemble I.
N. st beginning at 8'
a.m. Jennifer L. Brown, daughter of Carrie L. Musson,daughter of Mr ( StraightA's..p.2ACity > -3 r

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Council' Plans
Club Approves
Starke Gator Quarterback ... .. tu
will hold its annual dinner Fnday,
March 11th at the Starke Golf and i
Country Club. Head Coach Galen St. z rrs
HaU will be the featured speaker. For Belco's Orange Shopsby

Social hour will begin at 6:30 ,
p.m., followed by dinner at 7:30: .
p.m. Buster Rahn and Madison Streets SR-lOO( ( say tion of a traffic light at the intersection
Tickets are $12, and the public: is BCT Staff Writer ing a traffic problem is created by by DOT, eliminating a hazardous -
invited. Call Hazel Hardy at Starke commissioners acceptednew the Increased traffic caused by situation. ou
964-74 or Marty Barry at 884 6300. Bite plans for the Belco Enterprises Winn-Dixie's The Market Place
project on South Orange St. at store and Belco's new shops on the Residents Protest... rW i o.q; >'. i.

Upcoming... its regular meeting, Tuesday, Feb. east side of the W-D store, Area residents Otis McKmney, .1/WI 1 1,
10, including an agreement to Traffic Light... Joe Black and Gertrude Vaughn protested it .
Public: meetings scheduled in the straighten out .the Orange and the Belco project, more xc INII' /
coming weeks are: Madison Street intersection and to Chief Bowen, who'has. provided especially the closing of Gardiner
Southside Elementary Spelling close the east ends of Gardiner and liason between the city and the and South Streets,which was recom- N 11 110 11 1, + 11, i
Bee 8:30: a.m.. Thursday -\:8D.l\: 18.,. South Streets. Florida Department of Transportation mended by City Engineer Don t ,w.
port f ,. ,
(DOT), has told commissionersthat '
Public: invited. The project, which has been Kuckrnan. 110 1
Brooker Elementary Spelling somewhat at a standstill,will now go DOT will not install a traffic: ,+/ Ruckman who presented the site Qt-
Bee: 9:30: a.m. Friday Feb, 19. forward, with both the''' city and light at the Intersection of Orangeand plan, defended the closing of the two { a r
Public: invited. Belco coming to terms on critical Madison Streets until the offsetIn streets,saying it will be beneficial to ,U1-a t/ 1
School Board at Bradford Middle -' issues,according to Guy Andrews, a Orange St. has been corrected. area residents by decreasing traffic: Q ..,
School: 1 p.m. Monday Feb. 22., ,co-owner of Belco Enterprises..The In coming to terms with the city' into the residential section. In that,
Public: invited. new plans take In'the Belco property Belco Enterprises has agreed SW to give area, the two streets are only one ;(ro'S' i I : ,
land the
Bradford the city enough on cor block east to west bet ,
County Zoning Board: from Gardiner Street south to long, running ,
Tuesday, Feb. 23. Board of Adjust Lafayette Street, including ,the ner of the Orange and Madison ween Orange St and Myrtle St.
to correct the
ment will meet, also. 1 p.m., in City former George .Huggins property, Street intersection Belco Enterprises owns the land on

. hall.Starke Public Zoning: Invited.Board will meetat which Belco. was "recently purchased by lane problem entering, and Madison permit a St.right from turn the imately both sides half of way the between street, approx Orange- The' Final Camp Blanding Site...,

7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25. City south. Belco Enterprise will also and Myrtle Streets, from MadisonSt. H marks the spot for new ..-.ere sIte for proposed haiardoos. waste
hall in Starke. Public invited., Intersection Problem... give an easement to the city,trafficon allowing on the north to Lafayette St. on' plant In Camp Blandlng reservation. II located .Highway 229. whereit
School Board at Vo-Tech a clear view of oncoming the south.. crosses the county line between Clay and Bradford. SIte marked F to
Center: 1 p.m. Monday Feb. 29.. Commissioner Vernon Silcox and Madison St., coming'.from ,the Gardiner and South streets will be the old landfill lying In a triangle betweea 8R-14 sad SR-llf. sad G to ",
,Public invited. Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen have west. closed at the Belco property lines, located on county line at north limits of BUndlnf. F and G are M longer
concerned with the The concessions by Belco Enter-
danj'eco.been seriously.} irt4ract1Q1( : \ : 61 Cr""jlt, ilr;' l W1tl fI"'Ikf' f\t)11",\ ti,.fnl/alto' ((!See BelCO ShopsP.2A) being considered for the treatment plant.j .
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Page 2A TELEGRAPII February 18,1914$

13 Co. Solid Waste Effort,

City Approves Plans

Dissolving into SubRegionsby For Orange Street,' Shops

front 1
Joe Gissy pointees from each county, but DOC land about last January and page
BCT Staff Writer larger counties would appoint more they,thought it was a good thing.
The 13-county Regional Solid members, based on population They said they were going to Incor- (from page 1A) Belco Plans...
Waste Master Plan may be changing Alachua County would have 7 porate the idea into their study, but allowing residents on the two streets, The Belco Enterprise site plan
direction by splitting into several 'members? Columbia County 2, and nothing more was ever said about to have street access to their property shows all the Belco owned property,
sub-regional entities with a very all other counties would have only it." although the streets will dead- between Gardiner and, Lafayette
loose thread, holding the group one member on the Administration, Charlie Justice of North Central end, with cul de sacs, for turning, streets will be utilized in the first
'I. together. Florida Regional Planning Council I >around phase of development. The block
The North Central Florida New Proposal.... asserted that a formal upper tier of Ms. Gertrude Vaughn,642 W. Gardiner between Gardiner St. and MadisonSt.
Regional Planning Council will act With time running out for an administration is not necessary .w St., made an Impassioned pleato will be held for a future project,
as an Administrative Board for the e agreement to be reached before the leave the streets open saying Andrews said.Fronting .
thirteen, counties after they have legislature meets this spring, Com- The Planning Council is alreadyset ,0 emergency vehicles may be Orange St. will be 89-108
grouped Into perhaps four, missioner Com Coward of Alachua up as a part of the Solid Waste hampered in providing service to parking spaces depending on !legal
subregjonal, autonomous entities. County proposed a subregional! Master Plan and can serve as the' residents of the two streets. requirements, based on the size of
central board. "The Policy Advisory Engineer Ruckman reiterated his retail in the proposed stores
When asked by PAC Chairman structure of three or four groups of space
James Croft how many of the coun- counties uniting, each subregion Committee (PAC of the Solid Waste recommendation to close the and offices. A 160 ft. square reten-
Master Plan is of the Regional streets saying the residents will be will be located adjacent to
ties could not sign the Interlocal! having its own Interlocal agreement, part tion pond
better served
Planning Board. The structure is by eliminating Lafayette St, accomodating all run-
drafted, but held
agreement as now being being together by the
traffic which In-
through ,
already in place," said Justice. off for the entire phase f project.
seven hands went up, and one other Regional Planning Council acting as crease if left open. The streets are
"Absolutely no water from the pro-
commissioner expressed doubt a "Central Administrative Board said
only 30 feet wide Ruckman
With Croft's Baker county an unlike- The purpose of the central board is A motion was finally passed to set making passage difficult for addi- ject will be dumped into the open,
would nine counties of the 13 to continue the "power in numbers" up the Regional Planning Council to tional traffic, more particluarly! if ditch behind our property J' said An-'
not enter into the mterlocal of the regional concept, particularlyat .,serve as an overall entity to oversee residents are parking along the drews.
agreement as now proposed the state house, to "reap the sub-regional groupings The Plann- street. In compliance with a recommen-
This agreement would commit the benefits of collective bargaining"for ing Council would have, a coordinating Correction... The council voted 4-0 to accept the dation by the city zoning board An-
,Counties to a three subregional landfill funding purposes; said Jackie,' role only, and would give Melanie Trimble (above) was site plan, including the closing of the drews said the project will have a 6
scenario, governed and controlled Barron, Clerk of Gilchrist County assistance when asked. wrongly'( identified as Sophia Fantonin two streets. ft. concrete block wall, with a 2 ft.
by a Regional Administration. Bradford ,Commissioner Joe Rid- the Feb. '4 edition of The 'Following the meeting City Attorney high,ornamental on top, along the'
The administration would have dick explained 'This agreement Telegraph. Both girls were winners Terence Brown was asked if west property line, between Gar-
the power to enter into a long term between Bradford, Union, Baker The ,PAC ,will meet again next in the BMS Science Fair, Melanie in the city can'close streets''without diner and Lafayette Streets. The,
indebtedness which has some coun- and DOC 'is nothing new. Camp week to outline the role the Regional the Microbiology category, and advertising the issue and holding a area will be landscaped with grass
ties worried Dresser & McKee started on the con- Planning Council/ will play in Sophia in the Behavonal Science public hearing. Attorney' Brown and shrubbery,similar to the Wmn-
It would, be ,composed of ap- cept of the three county landfill on' overseeing subregional entities. category replied "no," but stated adver- Dixie parking lot, Andrews said.
.. A The Telegraph apologizes for the tisements will be placed immediately In discussing the development,
I5HS error ;and a public hearing will be held, ,Andrews said "It will stablize the
I Straight-A s '. : t-The Editor possibly: at the next council meeting. downtown area of Starke.
from page 1 L

history, math analysis, basketball 'Julie A, Ferguson, daughter ,of Thornton is' enrolled In geometry,
i economics, beginning weight training Mary Agnes and Bob Ferguson of ,honors biology I, \pass: band II, ad- PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
advanced world history, and Starke. Miss Ferguson is enrolled In vanced American history algebraII
honors English 12. advanced world history, psychology, Spanish M, and honors English 10.
Pamela D. Zurfluh, daughter'ol I, honors .English 11, drawing I, First Public Hearing Notice
Mr and Mrs Lonnie, Zurtluh of ,zoology, trigonometry, and Freshmen. < "
Starke Miss Zurt lUll is enrolled in chemistry I, Joel Rogers Caren son of Mrs. .' 1\;,> '
trigonometry psychology I; physics Holly S. Shields, daughter of 'Patricia Caren of Brooker. Caren Is 'The the Florida Dcpa tmeni'oC'Community
of Starke is applying to
I, economics,honors English 12, and Carole and Warren Stevenson of, ,enrolled in honors physical science, City considering
,student leadership,development, Starke and Bill Shields of Shanwnee life management skills brass band Affairs (DCA) for a Small Cities Community Development 'Block Grant'(CDBG), of up to
OklahOma. Miss Shields is enrolledin 1,' practical business skills world $575,000.. These funds must, be used for one of the following purposes:',
,Juniors... trigonometry chemistry I, ad- geography, honors. algebra, I, honors' 1.;To benefit low and moderate income persons;or '" ,
vanced world history, vocal ensem
Michelle L. Becker, daughter oft English 9. '
( Mr; and Mrs. Leslie Becker' of ble Ij chorus I, honors English '11., ,2.'To aid in the prevention or elimination slums or blightsoi,
Lawtey. Miss Becker is enrolled in and food and nuitrition.:' '3.To meet other community development needs having a particular urgency because

Latin I, chemistry 1, honors English existing conditions 'a serious and immediate threat to the health 'or.welfare of,,the,
'11,\ woodwind band HI,. Sophomores... 'Juniors... Shawna J. Blom,' pose -
trigonometry, advanced American Kimberly A. Johnson, daughter of 'Audra L. Brantley Michelle R. Garcia ,community and where other financial resources are not available to meet such needs;:,
,history, and jazz ensemble I, Mr. and' Mrs. ;Jerral Johnson ,of Alisha J,", Gruen Renee E..
Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr. andMrs. I Starke. Miss Johnson is enrolled m' Hewett, Eric S.' Hodge, Tonya M, The "'of activities for'.which these funds may be used are in, the""areas' of
Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Miss honors biology I, honors English 10, Klein Kimberly A. Lee, Wanda M. category
Bobo is enrolled in honors English algebra II, woodwind band 11.' Mueller, S. Selina Norman, PatriciaC. commercial revitalization and include such physical l improvement activities as acquisition or'
II, honors biology I. drawing and geometry, advanced American Parado, Kristen L. Pfenmger. demolition of delapidated structures,'street business, parks playgrounds;public space, bus,
1. chemistry I, advanced history, and Spanish II. Carrie Shaw Jaruwan Noy Snvibul
painting L shelters removal of architectural barriers 'or water and Additional!
world ,history, trigonometry and Steven M. Thornton, son of Mr. Tammy Jo alum C, Denise Wad-' stop
peer counseling I. and Mrs. Donald ,Thornton of Starke. ,dell,;Tina C Willmgham. information regarding the range of activities that. may be undertaken will be provided at the

public hearing. .

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COME CELEBRATE OURNEW In developing an application for submission, DCA the City of Starke must plan to,

minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the'
City of Starke is required to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.r .
THRU .'.. ., ..i rill y'I'; + til
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t"t w '"r- ...... "" i'; t' ....,The ?ublie hearing to receive, citizen vi. ws.cOlJcemlng community's hOusi gtandcommunuy
S t w development needs will be held in City Hall on February 23, 1988 at 7:30 p.m.
.4 rip To obtain additional information concerning: the public hearing, contact Linda Day; John,

Mooshie, or LaShaun Butler, 964-8902.



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prepared at the second so there's no time wasted. free McDonalds litter bag for your car.

Come see how our new Drive-thru can speed you Tuesday A car beverage holder will,be' Hand Cleaner '
make ,more For tough jobs at home or in the shop. ;
on your.way .on the,double! given, away' "our -
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removes tar; oil,grease and grime. < :
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February 18, 1$M TELEGRAPH Page 3A

.Hazardous Waste I

(from page 1A) I

enlist its support Revels said the state must review the way In which
,group Is working !Inow to find error the area surrounding each me
in the DER site selection data In toe. would be ,impacted by emissions
belief the agency did not follow Its from the treatment '
,own guidelines for the process. For cinerator.

instance.Revels said, DER reduced sites near prisons will be the need
the required acreage In order to for an evacuation plan In case of a
make some north Florida sites come
, malfunction within the plant or a.
within the
on highways approaching the
1 'r'ah Among other concerns expressedwere Deadman said.
1r + : the dangers to school bus

transportation, with all major Meeting Tonight...
i. Hampton Smarties. schools in the Starke
.. area being The C-CAP (Coalition of Citizens
t located
on highways that
a j These! students at Hampton Elementary made straight A's on their Tracy McCullough and Kelr Ford. already inadequate for the are Against Pollution) will meet at 7
; report cards for the second ... ., S, __ .. ._ _._.... .. amountof p.m. tonight (
six Thursday Feb
: : weeki. i. the _-_ .A_ t .. ,i... ... I.-. OAO"''' traffic at 18) in
1 'u i .K. June mcmiiiian, nrisuan they carry the present,
Bradley the
i From left to right on the front rows Daniel Davis. Nena Contois Clay Justin Hart, Brian Lett. Brad Muse. Chris Schmidt. Joshua Starling. time. county commission room of the
Archey... Travis Crew Alicia Crotley. VIcki Hutto John McMUlian Amanda Townsend Melody Barr. .Christina Carmichael.. Deena courthouse.
Amanda Meng Matthew Mullis. Paul Phillips, Alicia Baker Jason McCrawford' Detria Ford Jason Lovell Jessica Marshall. Eric: Scoffgins.. ,Risk Assessment... Qualified speakers will be heard
I Culiough. Shaun Muse. Charlotte Smith on the dangers of toxic waste to air,
Torey Hersey Jennifer Oarley Jassy Starling Melody Youngblood and Nikkl Baker. Deadman said that assessments! water plant and animal life, and the'

are now being made on each of the general population of residents in.
. four sites under; consideration. The tIN area

! School 'Board Begins Meetings to Discuss. Needs' of Cost Centers II

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The Bradford County School 'director of purchasing.In allows the school system to disposeof will address the problem by seeking Starke.
Board met at the Operations Center prior on-site meetings, Director a like number of buses purchased 'additional personnel Director Reddish told the school
Monday night. Feb. 8, in its first of 9 Register has outlined personnel and In the early 'Two of the new board that his department has
t x 'cq 'r4y7 or 10 meetings at county schools and operating capital ouUay needs In buses are equipped to care for han- 3 Major Complaints... received a priority item shelving
other cost centers to great detail, but ,varied from' the '
the dicapped students with hydraulic There are 'three on-going' major for the warehouse, and expects to
needs of individual facilities.The norm in this meeting, saying that lifts to ,
raise wheel chairs into the 'complaints leaking roofs, heating in' receive a new delivery truck within
Operations Center is near the details will be submitted in the bus, 'winter, and cooling in the summer. two or three weeks.
middle school Just west of budget request. The discussion Superintendent Jim
Orange Duncan said Register said.Maintenance. Supt. Duncan told tne board he has
I St.It is the first of the on-site school centered on accomplishments or the' the buses were purchased from Supervisor Gene set aside Monday nights at 7 ,
board meetings set over the next two prior year, and needs In general for funds generated by the 1.5 mills add- Tanner said his staff has recently avoiding the third Monday regular p.m.
months, The next is set at 7 p.m. the coming budget year. ed to ad valorem taxes for that pur completed making the rounds of all board meetings, for the school visits.
Feb.' 22 at Bradford Middle School. Director Reddish discussed the pose. The school system had fallen district schools, checking out air The board agreed.
The Operations Center, under the concerns of his department in much behind in bus procurement, for lack conditioners and heating systems. It The meeting schedule
P 'a o supervision of Leonard Register, the same manner. of funds necessitating the tax in' has taken the crew some five monthsto Feb Operations Center.
director of operations, is responsiblefor crease, which runs year to year, and inspect and correct deficiencies in Feb. 22: Bradford Middle School.
maintenance and construction of 14 New Buses... requires renewal by the school all the units.Register Feb. 29: Vo-Tech Center.
school facilities, including A list of presently owned school board each year to remain in effect. said his department also March 7: Bradford High School,
maintenance, of school buses and buses was distributed by Director Director Register told the school needs new vehicles for service'per March 14: Starke Elementary
other school owned vehicles. Register board ''that sonnel. March 28: Southside
showing 8 new school preventative Some vehicles in current use Elementary.
Sheriff Dolph Reddish The county-wide Purchasing buses as being received within the maintenance is "non-existent:' came from the Flonda Departmentof April 11: Hampton Elementary
Department and warehouse is, past year and 6 additional buses on because personnel is kept busy with' Transportation and others came April 25: Brooker Elementary,
located In the same complex, under order, bringing the number of new other projects, such as building from the Surplus Property May 9: Lawtey Elementary.
Sheriff Dolph Reddish the supervision, of Mike Reddish buses to 14 units. The new buses walk-ways and his budget request warehouse on US-301 south of May 23: District Administrative
., Offices. -
,;",/. .ti) Seeking Fifth Term
( J '

1 Veteran Sheriff Dolph Reddish has -
announced that he will run for re-

election the September primary' SERVKtTARSafe : 'JAj -

Reddish IS completing fourth
term or 16 years as sheriff. In-'
eluding his work as a deputy sheriff i
and Sound
'under his father, the late P.D. Red-' Savings T
( dish, Dolph Reddish has worked for

,the Sheriff's Department for;,.2T
.years., Now Thru Sat. Feb. 27CINEMAlOltUCTIIIC
"I wish to take this opportunity ,
announce my candidacy for re-
election as sheriff of Bradford County ,
subject to the 1988 September SERVlltTAR.
Democratic Primary Sheriff Red' 40-Watt

dish stated. I ,,, :, 50' Indoor/Outdoor
''FU'St.1 wish to thank you, the i M .
r ; ,
citizens, for allowing me to serve i Fluorescent
I, 'I you as your sheriff for four terms. It Extension Cord
has been my pleasure and I consider Shop Lite Tube
-... it a very /high and distinctive honor ,16gauge.3conductorextensionCool ,
to serve in this capacity. ,: white lamp lasts up to 6 years, cord. Orange vinyl for visibility and .
"I will be asking you to re-elect me Ideal for basement safety 16/3 SJTW-A- 3354 I t
garage, or shop.
basedon .. ,
,,and my staff for another term #51
record of performance. .
"I will bfe ttitfkfng' a'tnttr: *'detailed .SPECIAL ,$ G
J : _
'i statement relative to the upcoming ,SPECIAL.$119 ; 599 a--?

election at some future date. I appreciate J PRICE
i is
':, what you have done for me
.I' '. in the past and ask for your continued -,
"1 support in '88," the sheriff an-

nounced this week. Turf Builder Qenovo.f 1 I

,: Coven up to 5,000 sq. ft.Trionlzedto -: ,, CPVC ,Tubing
'"-' Local Post Offices To 'sti" w i'" help SPECIAL' r For: hot' or cold t Water applications. Corrosion-resistant.
F lawns feed $899 / vinyl.Copper pipe sizes. 50005.7
:', ', Cut Window Hours "e'"" 2 months. Won't PRICE '
\ Iii burn grass. Lsa mfr. -84.00 7 1/2" x 10' 3/4" X 10'

I :.,:" j,.',\S. by Buster Rahn, f available Includesreadil( Iron. y mill-In ratal $199 ?r'z. sr SPECIAL $m49 SPECIAL $269 ,

::i'' ,BCT Staff Writer 24729 After rebate ... : PRICE M PRICE I f'
\ Y
. 1.. The Poet Department an- ,
: nounces a curtailment of window

:: hours at all offices. effective Saturday ( 111ti1 i4.e FrsAI.ta --- .
Feb. 13,
''Smoke AlarmFits
In a cost cutting measure; offices Soft Toilet Seat''
advised to reduce retail hours warning. alarm of smoke. Y" '
were Fits at earliest sign
regular bowl. Vinyl covered loam with dial-on
o 1 by approximately 10 percent, allow, hinge, for easy installation. Assorted .
:' ing local postmasters to set window battery 9-Volt battery included 5-yr. warranty.
I "hours. ,$899: ((( 48M7D. '$799''

Saturday Hours.-, __ t SPECIAL'PRICEscHU
Telegraph has been advisedby

',' Mildred K. Tye, Lawtey
postmaster and Warren C. Harden Ee Toilet Tank' '
I". Starke 'acting postmaster, that Exterior '
. Saturday hours will be:' 'Lockset Repair Kit '
,' Lawtey, 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 am.: ;, n u
0 Sturdy brass lockset with key exterior and turn-button f Contains items most frequently worn out: ,
Starke, 10:00: a.m: to noon.
,. 5K ,
\ ,' r. : interior. Inner knob always free. 2"%" to 2%" backset. ballcock, tank float tank ball, flapper, lift wires I
During the week... !OF51NVBEL605KA2 -K ,y float rod and refill. tube. NS1600SSR99 r :,
. } .
In Starke'window hours will remain -' $1199 r
unchanged four days a week, SPECIAL PRICE .SPECIAL PRICE .,
being open 8:30: a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon-
day,Tuesday,Thursday and Friday
1 On Wednesdays the window will be I' 32-Gal. Roughneck -
open 8:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m. I. .Assorted Keys -
a Trash Can
Mrs. Tye has set hours differently
locks Amerlcan-made'cars.
For most residential and
:'The Lawtey poet office is open 8 a.m.' P durable trash container ;
Toughest most available.
0 Nickel-plated brass. Single. cut.Limit 2 per customer.. itl ; ,
to noon and 1 p.m. to S p.m., four V Endures sub-zero temperatures and steam clean r
days .a week, Monday, Tuesday, ings. Tight-fitting lid locks'in odors 2894 ,.,
Wednesday and Friday.The office is 2f$100
open 8 a.m. to noon on Thursdays,' SPECIAL. PRICE I$999
and closed Thursday afternoons 4' SPECIAL PRICE

Expenditures Cut..., BUCXSDECXBT
Postmaster Harden says the actions Value Pack 3/8" -Variable Speed

taken as result of legislation
were Reversing Drill
Work Belt Set
by Congress requiring the postal ZZ*
service to reduce expenditures by Genuine leather belt holds hammer and 16'to 30' Mdst popular drill model has powerful. 2.2 AMP
$1.22 billion over the next 21 months., tape rule. Fits 30*46*waist. #2010 motor and 2-year warranty. 7144 d
Roughly 32 percent of the expenditure $
\is to be made In reductlng $Q99 2999. ,
operating costs, with the remainder SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE 0

being made in capital expenditures. '.
As an alternative to window ser, .
vice. Harden says, customers may fctdhfidual ttiUn may imt quanottesCkxttvMual : ..wa, list" your SERVISTAfU' Credit Cant'at''
-- .
order stamps by mail and have them dealers may not stock al Hems, ] participating sloin.
business\ Son stores may restrict ems to -
delivered to their homes or cash and cay I..maooly. -'... ,
at no additonal charge, or utilize
stamp vending machines in the lob

by of the post office Hardware Lumber Home Centers ACME HARDWARE &
When ordering'stamps byjnail; ,
the poet office will accept personal,

checks'Harden said._ ; BUILDERS SUPPLY --

,; ." LOTTERYTICKETS : 301 East Call Street }

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"third world"countries,an
called average
The Starke Rotary Pub is cooperating
with an effort of Rotary International to of 750 children contract the disease every

Three-County Landfill Deemed eliminate polio and several other common day.Since
diseases of children around the world. the first shipment of polio vaccinein
While emphasis Is placed on the crippling I 1980 Rotary International has purchas
Most Economical for Us disease of polio, which has, hoW been ed and;; distributed more than 298 million
almost eliminated in the U,S. through Immunization : doses, which translates into more than 74
the Rotary effort also includes ,million children protected from polio.
immunization for measles, tuberculosis,
is an extraordinary
,Which would be the most efficient and county facility with the cooperation of a diphtheria, whooping cough, and tetanus. The ,event in the field of international

least expensive way to go with a landfill site provided by the Department of Corrections Rotary International, with membership service, and is the largest project of its'
operation in a regional district of 13 could be.built for less than $1.5 in 101 countries around the world, is pledged kind ever undertaken by Rotary Interna-
to raise at least 1120 million for this effort
'counties in this North ,Central Florida million, with a 200-acre site donated by during the next five years. More than tional. U.S. Rotarians lead in documented .
in cash and pledges, with a total off3II42ooo
area? That is the question now confronting the state, half of the total has already been contributed gifts to date. Japan is second, with

13 'boards of County Commissioners After attending a recent garbage or pledged.The Starke Club's goal PolioPlus ; and Great Britain (the United
for this effort is and than half
118,000 more Kingdom
of Bradford ) third with
including those disposal workshop in Panama City, of this amount has already been con- ) Is $4,179,296.
Union and Baker Counties. Their contiguous O'Neal reports that the Bradford-Umon- tributed or pledged by the local membership March 1988 has been:designated as

location and common interests Baker-plus prisons operation, with an with 'r.H. (Tom) Slade as chairmanof EXCERPT PolioPlus month. During this period, this
would be a natural bond that should estimated 41,200 tons of waste the financial drive 'humanitarian drive wijl be given.nation!
per year,
wide attention by all media channels, In-
make for efficient and less expensive
a more would would qualify within the optimum size Each $1,000 contributed to the program cluding newspapers, television and radio.
landfill operation than of a mass burn facility (incinerator), will make possible the immunization of Many organizations and individuals out-
their participation in a larger group of which he thinks would be in the long run about 8,000 children, saving approximately side of the Rotary organization will also
13 counties dominated by population- more efficient and have less polluting 28 from crippling disabilities and four participate in this effort to help achievethe
,and-garbage intensive Alachua County. from death. The protection for each child goal of a polio-free world and help
danger than a landfill operation. A :costs only 12 cents: children around the world to grow up free
With its weighted-vote advantage small incinerator for our amount of garbage -' from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Alachua could pretty well run the landfill could be built at factory and installed On an average,75 children die every day 'ri'sie'nni Charles Keller
,Anyone interested in helping in this
from the viral disease
show, and could be instrumental in on site at a fraction of cost for an known as highly polio.contagious It has been almost worldwide humanitarian effort may'con-

committing its smaller regional incinerator built on site, he reports The eliminated in the developed nations but, tact the Starke Rotary Club, P.O. Box 321,
neighbors to a bonding obligation for a cost of a 13-county incinerator for theregion's because of a lack of vaccine in the,so- Starke, for further information.

mtl1t -mllhon' dollar landfill operation 382,500 tons of garbage has

,extending over, a lengthy period, been estimated at between $80 million to ,

possibly,up to 40 years. $100 million Alachua County has rejected John Wagner's Forthcoming Book Letters. ;., 'I

Bradford County solid waste' director the option of having a "resource

Darrell O'Neal sees this as potential recovery system"- mass burning of '

'threat to the small counties' flexibility garbage to convert waste into energy, 'To Give ,New Insight on Viet ,Nam Board of Realtors, I

to adapt to innovative "State of the art' I
4 O'Neal says.there is more danger of
changes in garbage ,disposal that will pollution with a landfill operation with a JOhn'Wager, son of Gordon Wager of ,Protest Waste Site, i
undoubtedly develop in the near or not- burn With landfill thereis Starke, is on a one-year sabbatical from
mass facility. a
too-distant future. "In the 13-county his, position as philosophy professor at in ThisArea
regional concept we could be bound to alongterm simply no way to contain or control Triton College, River Grove, 111 to write a 1
commitment and not be free pollution if ground water contamination book on his experiences in the Viet Nam i
War '
occurs. However, if a garbage incineration Editor: !
take of cost effective -
to advantage newer
O'Neal, facility creates air pollution, the Tentatively titled, ""A Quiet Year at 'This is a letter of protest! A letter
developments, says. system IS' simply unplugged until the War", Wager's book will be decidedly dif vehemently protesting an injustice which
He denies that by binding together in corrections have been made O'Neal ferent from the usual run of Viet Nam -'', most of the citizens of Bradford, Union and '
mini-regional groups, such as Bradford, ; novels and documentaries. It is based on .,, '" 1 Clay Counties feel has been placed on them
says. the Department of ,Environmental
carefully kept notes from his Journal of It. ..
Baker and Union the smaller countiesare .
Regulation. An injustice that, while obviously -'
personal experiences as viewed from the
Big is not bettereven if
always '
prove ..
looking only to "save money up perspective of a philosophical background '" 11,11 a politically expedient alternative! ,,,
tront" at the risk of long term savings ed that, there might possibly be some He has a Master's and Ph, philosophy fa \ .., 1.1;; ; is logically incomprehensible to the people
promised (but not guaranteed) by the savings in the operation of a giant from Northwestern and 12 ,of this area. "

regional 13-county concept. Indeed, just 13-county facility rather than three' .years' teaching University ',. ., For reasons that appear,to most of us, to

the reverse may be'true, O'Neal thinks, smaller garbage disposal sites in the Wager's' training in philosophy has given ) .L.U"" aL ,,:,,- sites be ONLY that the political DER,has four been of the able"best"to find' five in

with the possibility that'the presently region. Any such savings would be more him a 'different perspective' on the .. 'the whole State of Flonda to construct a
ton fee than offset, no doubt, by additional mistakes and eVen the carnage and horrors -
projected $18 per dumping might of hazardous waste treatment plant are in
war, in ajv-attenipt to
bring some
balloon to $40 or $50 per ton later. This is transportation and eqwpment costs. sense and meanif g to It all."Philosophy Is ,Professor, these three counties
because Alachua County, which Hauling garbage three or four times the great training r for enduring and interpreting Wager The political benefits of such a move are
distance that would be required in amore Well of the easy to comprehend.The fewer voters that
generates 60 percent of the waste in the the ambiguities and uncertainties aware controversies raging
.13-county region still has seven to ten compact area such as Bradford, encountered on the battlefield," Wager over the war on college campuses and city you there build are per a hazardous square mile waste in the treatment area that
street back home In the U.S
says. Wager, like
years' use left in its present landfill andis Union and Baker Counties having a other soldiers in Viet Nam.also questioned plant, the fewer voters you make angry by

now considering not coming on line central disposal site'on nearby pnson A personal! narrative Interwoven with the validity of the war. lie speaks of his building it. "
with the, regional facility until that remaining propertywould, be a labor intensive, ethical thought, "A Quiet Year" will focuson decision to serve until "I was absolutely But let's take a look: from- a logical

time is used up. In that case, time-consuming and. expensive scenario. Wager's experience in supervising mor- ,certain the government was wrong. I had perspective.:
tars and to there. I had Is it conceivable that the only area in
cannot afford. a machine gun squad in Komtum go to see for myself in order
the $18 fee would be forced up becauseof ,and Pleiku in the central highlands of Viet to judge. The problem was that there Florida that could be used for such a pro-,
a loss of volume from Alachua County In spite of what some critics have Nam. "The first night I was on duty.we weren't enough people over there making ject is here? '
O'Neal says. .said, O'Neal is convinced that the three- were ordered to fire 20 or 30 rounds of mor rational, ethical decisions.", Is it logical to put such a site in an area
tars. We didn't know until that' that is 10 -,un-centra&lyJpcated! So far
Instead of the possible $30-$40 million county landfill operation is the best deal there was a village 200 yards morning north of us. It Wager says he is writing"hlS book''prlmartly away from most of the hazardous waste
cost of a 13-county landfill, ,for which for taxpayers in Bradford Union and was by pure circumstance that we missed decisions and for people who will have to make producers'? 5"
each county would be obligated for its Baker Counties- that is the way we firing on those civilians.,That was the kind aware of the human will necessarily dimensions have to be Is it not rather foolish to put such a plant''
should of ,mistake I witnessed Itwasn't He adds' near a maximum security where, if
frequently. prison
share of cost, O'Neal believes a three- go. "The took is also being written for Triton
so much that the U.S. Army was 'freshmen who a dangerous spill or other accident occur
malicious-was carelessness more than may someday take my red, attempting to evacuate such
place in the I
Army. hope they will/ be able
anything to make clearer decisions." dangerous individuals might give them a
good chance to escape?
Would it not be a lot more logical to place
this facility near the center of the state and

Starke-Bradford County ,'" Forestry in Bradford CountyBy quite near a major highway?' An area
where the cost of transportation of hazar-
dous material _to the site would be'
Chamber, ,of" Commerce. / David W.Norton logistically and certainly cheaper for most
I ", \ Bradford County Forester hazardous waste producers?
RepresentingBROOXER 'The truth is that the DER has not given
\', HAMPTON: f LAW7EY f,STARkt, the people of this area one good reason to
,Controlled BurningThe 'It also has a reputation for rot-resistance believe that our area is the only acceptablearea
and durability that defies Florida's in the whole state for this plant. Most
"Honorable Bob Martinez ,\ ', J season has arrived in Florida for weather. This reputation was justified in of us don't even believe that they have
t" controlled fires in the woods. Foresterscall years past when much tried to find another.
cypress was cut
Office The Capitol of the Governor ,: JI S: ', February 4, 1988, them "prescribed" burns to indicate from centuries-old trees but according to The truth is,we do not want this plant A
Fl. 32301 that they are planned and carried out pro- foresters, "it isn't so any more." facility that is dangerous itself is bad
Tallahassee, \Re: Hazardous Waste Treatment Facility' fessionally with, consideration for the "Cypress' fame for durability dates enough, but when you add to the basic
Dear Governor Martinez: '" dispersal of the smoke, as weU as the' back many' years to when lumbermen danger by putting it near the prison, and
reduced hazard of the woodlands. ',were cutting trees that had been growing cause trucks carrying hazardous materialto
The Chamber's Executive Committee met shortly after the public hearing held in Starke Many thousands of acres of,woods in up to 1,500 years in Florida's swamps,"explains converge in,an area of narrow and
'concerning the location of the State's hazardous waste treatment facility. The Committee' Florida will be prescribe burned before William R. Helm, Jr., Chief of the ,dangerous roads, you completely, defy
voted at the time to write you expressing the Chamber's opposition to placing the site in next spring. The mam purpose of these'' Bureau of Forest Management of the Division common sense ..

Bradford County. wintertime fires is to burn off the hazar- of Forestry. "In cypress trees of that I say again, we vehemently protest this J
Our biggest concern,from our knowledge at this time,is the very small importance given'' dous undergrowth with a fire that can be age, most of the trunk was heartwood 'illogical injustice!t ,
to emergency response capability that was shown in the screening process. U you accept the controlled, most tunes. This removes the which contains natural preservatives that David L.Dodge,President
premise that the plant itself is 100% safe, the report still does not take into consideration the danger of a wildfire that cannot be con- discourage fungus and insects and reduce Bradford-Union County
'Increased traffic into our area and the increased probability of a traffic accident before, trolled easily and before' they devastate decay. Board! of Realtors
reaching the plant sIte This would cause a tremendous burden on our small, albeit well- valuable woodlands. "It takes a cypress tree about 200 years
trained, emergency services personnel, which are being funded by the tax base of a small, Foresters will tell you that fire in to grow large enough for the heart to reach
lower populated county. From our questions at the public bearing, we received no ,Southern pinelands is a normal and any significant size," Helm says. "Since Parenting Seminar
assurances that there were any plans at present to help in the funding of our.emergency ser- natural situation. Without fire to help con- there are few cypress trees that are old Well Attended
vices, program should our county be picked. trol underbrush,the pines would have been still around today, most of the cypress Editor
crowded out by the hardwoods long before lumber sold Telegraph:
We are also concerned bout the increased traffic Into our area which will be a greater Im' man appeared on the scene. Indians: and younger" sapwood, from smaller, On behalf of the Bradford County Parent''
pact on our road system than any anticipated growth would be. State Road 16 would be a early settlers in Florida burned the woods Because of its Education Committee, I wish to thank The
primary route if the first or second place sites were chosen,and due to an increase In traffic for their own purposes, and consequently the wood chosen many for qualities a wide cypresswas Telegraph for its help in providing pUblicIty '
from increased population, it is already a road that has become the variety of for the seminar Dr
accident prone and more preserved pine stands from hazardous uses in the past. It was the wood of choice by Mary Nutter on
dangerous to drive on. primarily because of its narrow size. Again, the questions at the underbrush'a-: for water tanks tubs Monday evening,Feb. 1 at Starke Elemen-
vats boats
public bearing did not bring forth any plans to improve the road system Into the site. Prescribed fire in the hands of a professional greenhouse framework* flasks, tary School. ",
without some major improvements, poor roads will be overloaded by vehicles which will be (prescribed burner, not arsonist) is seats, caskets, poles and, shingles posts stadium' You will be happy to know that Dr. Nut"tar's
carrying hazardous material,which will raise the accident potential quicker than any of our a multi-purpose tool.Only some of the fires, "Today, however, the forestry talk was heard by approximately 61
of industry
projections growth for the area., are done for preventing wildfires by burn' is cutting mostly second-growth people; 40 of whom received in-service,

In addition,our area will suffer from a public relations standpoint even more than now'At ing out the underbrush. Other fires are to and sapwood,"Helm says."Lumber cypress or credit for attending. -
the present time the mention of Starke, Florida, immediately brings the comment, "Oh ,I encourage fresh grasses for livestock or'. poles made from cypress sapwood is no Thank you very much for your kind
yeah, that's where the prisons are." U this facility is placed in either Bradford or Union wildlife. Still others are to help clear the more resistant than any other type of cooperation. We look forward to working
Counties, the new response will be, "Oh yeah, that s where the prisons and the toxic waste land for natural reseedmg or replanting of untreated lumber so if it's going to be exposed with The Telegraph on our next program
dumps are." Granted, this Is not a dump, but often the perception overrides reality. timber trees. to the elements be sure you treat it tentatively set for Monday, May 9, at the '
Too much woods burning early this century with start eC"Just Say No To Drugs" Week.
concern has also been expressed weather-inhibiting agent which can
concerning the method of picking these sites, and cost Florida citizens
the manner in which every one in the area enormously by be purchased at most paint stores."
Roxanne Ruckdeschel
governmental officials,were left In the damaging tlrriber and preventing forests Helm ,, J.
dark and didn't cautioned
know about the against
selection using"cypress
process until the results were announced in the
news media.There has also been discussion: concerning the purported timetable to from regenerating. But total absence of .where it will be in the ground.,"Pressure- Secretary
pick the site. Many feel that Florida actually fire in the pinelands also proved to be expensive treating is the only to
has until 17 October 1990, which is three years after because wildfires way protect most
enactment of the 1966 Superfund Fund Act., were destructive 'wood from deterioration if it's in contact '
of the trees and often impossible to with the ground said. "Because of PUBLIC
Therefore, Governor, until these concerns have been adequately addressed,our Chamber control (similar. to the Palm Coast Inci unique cellular its
must be opposed to the placing of the treatment dent.) cypress cannot
ties. facility in.either Bradford or,Union Coun be pressure-treated so some ,other ,MEETINGon
Experimental burning under favorable
material,cement or pressure-treated
,Yours very truly,, conditions-humidity in the air,wind from for example, should be used to support
the right direction, weather outlook off the ,
cypress ground"'Even
Susan M.Faulkner Pres. favorablebegan in the 1930s
and ;
slowly more ra.and HazardousWaste
Starke/BradfordC of c': evolved into the prescribed burns which ,heartwood cypress is pecfcy expensivethan cypress which

are an accepted practice today. results from a type of rot in old
So, 11 you are told that a wildfire it a ,live trees but which becomes inactive, .
"prescribed burn". you can be assured when the tree is cut. j
that knowledgeable people, are using "Pocky is highly 1
cypress prized for fine
\pR/D4 nature's own tool to preserve the woods in 'Bradford
8ItADFORD paneling, Helms "but because
( says It is County
'O'4p a natural state ( .
hopefully) Please
NE excuse so rare it I IM expensive." '
't the little smokey problem if a burn is occurring The cypress sold today is an Courthouse

. ArM uw C. tirt p4 happening nearby In the, because woods eloseby.Cypress good results. are any versatile project.wood But whose professional beauty will excellent foresters enhance, Thursday, March 18

o o caution consumers not to be misled into 7:00 P.M.

; Is Durable thinking: its durable and untouched by insects
-''ION Ion G.FlItGUSONJOftN. MlUU 4 fungus and rot. Make sure any
'u..,....... cypress you use in do-it-yourself projects
Published each Thursday and entered On Second Class Matter at the float Office at Through the years cypress has earned a will not be in contact with the ground and -
,.Starke. Florida under Act of March: 3, 1879. Subscription rate In trade area: $12 well-deservad reputation as a fine wood for Ia properly treated if it is going to be exposed 4d.
$7.00 dx month Outside trade area: $13 7.50 per' yean a wide variety of projects.It ha superior to the weather.
per six month
.I, working qualities it bold paint well, it's Exercis these precautions," Helms

Phone (P0 )964-6305 .'' 135 W.Call Street/P.O.'Drawer A resistant to wear,it accepts nails well andit said, "and you probably won't be disappointed
Starke.Florida 32001 doesn't give-a cypress taste,odor or color with your cypress."
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",;, 't'/ ) IN ((::1 "l'I"j .. '"'Tefru'i Kid of' the Month''," Mitchell and Howard Smith;; Mrs. Martha Powell. and. Mr"' ;.."and .
"f+1 ." students from Brooker Elementary Vi!;..-Stephanie DeSue. Mrs. Ray Powell all of Lake Butler" '

V' ( :f?' FORD. cOUN ,r Hampton Elementary and Lawtey Law1 y Elementary.. announce; the engagement and approaching

Elementary were announced for the Kindergarten-Brandy'Taylor and marriage of their
month of
THE INTER tt January. Amber Shuford;. grade l--Carl daughter Nancy Elizabeth, to
'CHARLES J, r Brooke l.m..ifory.", McKinley, Matthew Horacek, Greg Douglas Lucian Conner son ol Mrs,

DOS: 2/15 / Kindergarten erome 0'Hem; Starling; grade 2-Veronica Diana Lucille Spry of Starke and the late

-X Child, grade i-Julla Foster; grade Smith and Jeremy Crawford; grade Lucian Conner.
,- 'SUM' i xk 2-Daniel Hardan; grade 3-Amanda 3-Tammy Sellers, Crystal Bullock, The wedding will be an event of
Griffis; grade 4--Juanita Her- Henry Ross; grade .Dwayne "s1k! May 2J at 5 p.nt at ine Lakeside\
FOR PER( nandez; grade 5-Roxanne.KeUey;, Wilkinson and Quentin Thomas; Co'mmunit> Oer; of Luke Butler
THE STATE '7 J AIJ grade 6-Amy Crews ;; grade S-Veronica Williams and No u>cu' iii.'it.ilions' viill' r>e -.edt,
,. : but, all !I'rieiida and relatives/
P.E.-Stephanie Clark and Derek GregJohnson; grade Her.ry 1:71 are Invited
TO; RUBY Ar Siders; v.E.-Mark Ingram Strong and Ruthanne Harris; grade to intend

AddressCHARLE '! Hampton Em/ .nfory.:... 7-Laterra Johnson and Rochelle
Bradley'and Prevatt; P.E.-Jessica Kilby Brian '"
Sellers, Christina Grover and Joey .
Address Amanda Townsend; grade, +'
Williams Sittmer ts
4t 1-Allen Rhoden and Joey Rowe; ; ; '
Music-Darrell Harvey and t
Vow ore he grade 2-Mike Swan; grade 3-Stacey Anthony
McNeal 1 band),
, Under oath, Floyd; grade 4-Melissa Kyle; grade
I i hereto has t i'l
5-Renee Labuen grade 6-Morgan 4''' i '
.d Court fat Esty and Chris Brown; P.E.-Freda .. ",\ '+ .

of CHARLES Showers., .. .. ..; .If' 'j ,
born. I 'i"" ,_, d".. 'i"l "" _. r rf
l onGain.svlll. Be/o Phi'( Plans /
., Sigma 'MelhteT'
Andrea ,l.arrj "
, Williams Given
F Florida th
to Founders CelebrationThe '
Day and I'mlerwooitTold
I Rehabilitateadoption : Itutliu-- ;
Family Bridal Shower
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an Xl rota Delta Chapter of Beta LJ.nd rwood I tnorEhgairtient
I' ed to b.. a" Sigma Phi held its February %.' Andrea Williams Feb. 20 bride-

I HanorableJudg. ( r I I meeting at the home of Alice Clance elect of Chris Olive, was given a ,,dam / },, },
of the in Keystone Heights. family;; bndal shower on Saturday, Kuth C'UnderWood
( J.lLimJ..and
ford County The group is tentatively' making Feb. 13 by her aunts and cousins on ,
,.j, 'P.M. on Wei \\ plans for its annual Founders Day, her mother's side of the family. of Hampton announce theengage-
ment of their daughter, UuthieUrume.
Starke, Brad 'r., Celebration The party room was decorated !
which will be held in In
to Feltner
} tarry son'pi' \
You mutt shades of
Beta Sigma pink and white
April. Phil worldwide using '
and at the tlii women's organization is celebratingover streamers, balloons and a floral Butler.Clyde and Carolyn. Moody of Lake

.ten.r..pon..lIm. Your f.. 50 years of service across the centerpiece. The refreshment, table The wedding will' foe held''June '24
was covered by a white cloth Beth Francis
country. Local chapters in Stake
b. ; at Victory ttaptwf Chapel in Uamp
will at
fr ,. "
and Keystone Heights are responsible -' bordered with pink hearts, with matching end Kr.,11 l< hpt:
,man.nt,com 'ton "
for helping raise money for napkins. Focal' point on the-
all legal righ The ftrule-eieci graduated from'
chanties worldwide table was a pink and white cake
'children nan many including'the Bradford. High School/ Land is! now attt'ndmg.santa -
,, decorated with
Ronnie DeSillers Organ Donor wedding bells.
,' 'manent .CoSummon. )t. A.. ... .,. "" Awareness Fund the Ronald The family members enjoyed fun- : \ fe Community College '" .
and.:\ Burger King in "
\orkinjj; '
McDonald House in Gainesville, the ny shower games and presenting An. .
; ) fancls4sobel'Zo 'I, ,' .
: Statue of Liberty RestoratIon'and drea with her gifts.Hostesses Stark : ., ,
r. !: The nroortkia>be is.a graduale'olCl1k ," ''.' "
c. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Youngblood helping. many local families in were'. her,; aunt, \Bulk* Htfih .':School( ,IS m the1' Wt May',7', ; ;" ,; ,:i'
Starke, including the Margaret Bellamy and cousins, "
WITNESSl Whispering'Pines National' 'tiuarrf and .working. at1 Mr, and Mrs. Charles g;} Francis

""f,,:' :,:;,.;/ ::.,', 'ot Starke artnoUn(' he engagement'and
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valentine social at the home of Tom an electric fry pan and hand mixeras '. ,: "' approaching marriage ol ;their

;il: t':" : Ceremony January, 22 and Rose Smith on Fnday Feb. 19. a momento of the occasion. iiaud Ii' Archer/-"/-:' : ?," 1 'daughter Christopher, 'CaroJJSluab'etiv'Scott : of !
.I""oel. son
of the
members from
;Nn ,;w:: Starke and ''Mrt. H" .. /' '
Plan :April Wedding Isabe'of
will also be ?
;,,;i'iiJ(; ? \\\;\, Pursuant YM Gardner, daughter of The bride was given in marriage attending the National Kitchen/Bath Shower Alachua.. ,. 'r, /, ;
( .v'I\fj{ .)\ < ,',;'; Statutes. 110 Marie Gardner bC Hamp- by1' Rockey Gardner; Best man was Beta Sigma'of Phi Convention which ;, Mr: ':and Mr;*:':Leslie' Shadd, of ; Beth/JK' a 1983 griMluate''of''Bradford -
will consist
a Bahama Cruise Williams
this Given Andrea
und.rslgn.' married to Darrell Daryl Morgan. Maid of honor was, .Brookei; arc happy to'\announce the' IIiKh''' School end a 1BH7 graduate
P. 'O; Box son of Mr" and Mrs. Tracy Youngblood. year May Andrea ''Williams 'was' given 'a' engagement M" their daughter, Lori of'.thc; Unlverslt ,flt Florida: She:: l is;
I :Joanne lo gblood also of. HampLawler .' The bride was' 'a' 1981 Ann to M*, Harold Archer of Lake the Bradford
S. BHS Birthday Party Given bndal shower on Tuesday F eb.,9. at ?; employed by' Middle,
uary 22. graduate and is now employed by ,the home of Bonnie Smith. ,Butter son,of MrsMlma Addison of Sc-hool. '
POND buslnets CON un ding 'was performed by DOT in Gainesville as a Highway 'For' Maria Walker The living room and dining room' Lake Butler and Mr. Paul Archer' ,ofkacrossiei Scotf ;'iva\ '11183' 'graduate' ,of

M.lros.. FI m Anderson and was held Mamt. 'Tech. I. The groom is a 1983 .A birthday'party' for Maria were. decorated with balloons and j '13u'nI1011.' ,HIM" hor !aQi1 IS'B4uMuas't :
laic! f'CIIIIQ' m's parents home. Nup-' BUS grad and is employed by Christina Walker, five years old. flowers in pink and blue. The W' I\ *Yptey* at Shadd! Truck?, lrort Ith.l.tktlliOj, ''Vif'

.tofu:,., was provIded by tapes University' of Florida ,Utilities. The party was held at ShowBiz Pizza refreshment' table had a floral' U1g. irf}' f' Ktf' lttttlrr'and'' Harnlc(' is fons'.I't'l7ti'fftfl'j'h\( ) ;' 0U'iitpSi'ty ;
I Donna YOUOitblood. centerpiece and featured'a '/" .;>j'' 'I ..4t",; .'.'. > : : .''
,Doted Ih i Maintenance;; .Place in Orange Park. special owiit'/tspetttter/ tlWtrlr 4 ( j\,' >rt'f1) i4rPl'" !| jII s'.yC' '*
'In Putnam Guests attending were Kim Wall cake 'shaped and decorated ,as ,a, St.\\tlt; I Ih hatter Chris Wall, Tammy Allen, Amy and'John ,bnde.i. S,3t'v1Cc'. \ rIjJf'i'\ .rttbltl'-\ ;: ?lItl '- ,days: ... ,\...4r' .1, ta!1. .t)n[ !i. |p' .>,
Allen brothers 'Johnny and Presented with a corsage upon her day: At rif 'Ili P'I I: a* 'fhf" t'ttlit 'Metho'Id ''"'C'r.uri'H( : ( ,ol/" )'-t.irke' A.

I Women ]Ex-Con'Tolks to TeensIn Richard,'' Walker, ,Aunt Kathaleen ,arrival, Andrea received many nice'* Baptist ("Hu-=1', ti>Uike( Butler with atc 1' .( (\It 1 '. :.! I H' \\.1tn.n":

Film ,''"Twice Pardoned, Marchant .find grandparents. gifts for kitchen and bath. ,:P\t1\ <)I1/ll/! ivi \ing.. U1t: ceremony in 'Club ,Vt>)ttl t iu ,tlii.t, lollowitig 'the,
{Conferenceert Horace and Esther Sanders and Hostesses for the 'occasion ..were' th* fellowship, hill of, the church ceremonyliit'it.iti.

Brown Mrs. James "Twlc'Parcioned",, a new:'must- ,Carmen Macras. Jennifer' .Williams.: Michele /Ndiofjl mvmvi.Hjs, UPS tv .ugsent' ; !. ;, will 0., c ,
see'' film presentation created Crawford and Bonnie Smith. 'who nil fnor.ipcl! r i.ii? U'" invited. town' .

I'r |,rt.Mrs.; Thomas Terry attended Rieske and the I especially for teenagers, examines Eastern Star SupperSet 'presented' Andrea with a Quart wall !l.o tLt.H'.J.'' relttti\ .1 I ,' '

E the destructive ways in which many clock.
} ting of the Episcopal SaturdayStarke
young people try to cope with the' }
: men of the Diocese
I;i nch was held Thursday,; pains and pressures of growing up. Chapter 224,'Order'of the Judy Bateman HonoredWith'
.!! e Episcopal Church Con, It will be shown at Madison St. Bap-. Eastern Star, will have a covered
y hter at Camp Weed. 'list Church. on Fnday, Feb. 26 at 7 ,dish supper on Saturday, Feb.' 20 at 7 Shower/Luncheon, ,
"V '
q p.m i p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Mrs..Judy'Bateman' was honored ;"
: I" In this recent release from Focuspn. All Mssons/ and Uieir families rfi, '
h i fit i: Tcnd4iit', ,,' argnljyrltedto.attandwl.nNh'fMtett Jan. 21 with a baby shower IIU''1C ef)1\ ,, .. .
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the family k'ijws..ex iPl1tJ.r.oJL\ \ r '" 'snt '' u.-ntai
: 'by heI"lo-workets it'c."bn'tl
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?t ,Torn r3avls of the ''and urges teenagers to'avoid the Battle of Chickamauga A rocking horse theme was used to "(!> ,, 11.1.. SPUN pomsm
I inistries in Greenville, snaresalcohol,, drugs;', illicit sex decorate the lunchroom and tables'of 1 'toTHREAD '
and associations- led to Was I/DC/ Program Topic 'Gl'S
be presenting a 'multiI wrong delicious foods and desserts. 200 ,* Sew t mil. 9'" ,
I de presentation and his imprisonment: The Battle of ChIckamauga was Hostesses for the occasion which r. whit! (... c.> frost
ries on Wednesday and In this two-part series, taped one of the bloodiest fought in the War 'was attended by approximately ;3S 1:: I ,
lights. Feb. : before 10,000 teens in San Ahtomo, Between the States. Ancestors of 'people, were Mrs. Jean Banner, 1 '
idford Baptist Church's: Texas, and on location at Georgia ''several members of the W.r, Weeks Mrs. Carolyn Frise and Mrs.',loanne. DAM RIPER.n fa

_is invited to attend these State Penitentiary. Morris en ,Chapter, UDC, fought and were kill-' Pettus, atMtihv.s:: POLYESTER i COTTON
Kilt meetings on the kind of courages' young people to realize ed in this battle, so it is of special interest .. ,
Lord to-' how much they are loved. Speakingfrom to the } '
glorifies the In, chapter NewsThe r.LlrfT5. OXFORDS
. ,'.''\, ,>I', ; personal experience, he explains Christine Lawson had charge ''of Community ;l .;
"'" GltkAI D PRIX $
," ":iS\i\';\,;;1 \! Baptist is located Just off how feelings of inferiority can this program at the meeting on MonJ! 2 .strgs.sellis.F.e.l...
B and ihnd.s
Solid ,4.
;:," ':(;;, ;,!;t1:'; V (Griffis Loop) at ,the make them vulnerable to'peer'' day,' Feb. 15, which was held at the White Singers.., _4S" .-- '
He also shares, in a down- 'o
ick. pressure. Bradford Family Restaurant.The VOCDiMtMBROIDtRY 9
\ <
. : :: : ; of the The White Singers Jacksonville '" 60"Wld.514'
to-earth manner, some tragic scene of the battle was near ?"'"" 00 '
' : :' ,' consequences of his wrong choicest"TwicePardoned" Chickamauga Creek in thickets so will present a program at the Starke $ I bquW SUI .
4 fer Undl4',
', \ Arrival.' ) has been enthusiastically dense it was hard to see what was Elementary cafeteria on Feb. 2ll\l2 HOOPS/ Ai.rl.Sl. '
\ endorsed by noted going on. It seemed all the fires of' p.m.Doc, polyester& CottontVEDYE 00. ,
.1 McKenzie and the Gospel Hi- COTTON.6O"t
family psychologist and best-selling hell were concentrated in this placeto 1 fl/t
\ ;', in Scott Woodham author Dr. James Dobson "1 have destroy everything. Cries of the. Lites of Paterson, NJ.the Ponder

,; "s':(' ,'::', ,,,,:' Ey d Barbara ''Woodham' of :never 'seen a more" powerful wounded could not be answered- it Singers of Jacksonville, the Country', K FASHION STRIPES I

. ,c'' ;'ii''.,'. k, S.C. announce the! message for teens, Dobson. said. was a holocaust. They were fightingfor 'Preacher RevReuben WUIingham' While They LIS.I.! $1
,,,', .. son, Jonathan Scott, born ."Every young person in"America the bndge crossing the creek., of Augusta, Ga., Rev. Charlie Brown Assorted' Colors I.gel.r 51.91. 2 ram;
Jan. 28 at Charleston needs to see these fumes One tune during the battle a Union and the True Saints of Atlanta Ga., :w" .

ey S.C, He weighed 1 ,In 1969,' as a result of, falsertestimony ,'soldier was in such pain our Con- i Jeffrey McIntyre of' Jacksonville' Polyester & Cotton,'
pital, > wla. "
from two "friends", Mor- federate soldiers helped him to a and the- Third Generation of 50" '
Ed '
oz. 'Mr.r ris was convicted of armed robbery place of safety behind a shed and 'Jacksonville. 'II '
: ., I. grandparents of Lawtey.are and murder, and was sentenced to a built a fire for him., Our ancestors Advance tickets will be $5. at the,; .2.98yd. 'SeUII.I"tl" NOW ,$198.

." :ecil Daniels is Mrs double life term at Georgia State were compassionate even to the door tickets will be $6, and children' ,jy Wide, ., .
I <<'',, f grandmother Penitentiary,i After eight years in enemy. The Confederates lost 18,454 under 12 tickets will be $3. .
.. ,' ,, m of Starke. i prison (including '"hard time" on men killed or captured the Union COTTON SATEEN All KINDS OF

'. ..:;:., :', The I Death Row), Morris made a com lost 16,179 killed or captured. To con-, NAACP Program,.,.' ELASTICLingerie
":',,",,', ;,I,:, ing Room mitment to Jesus Christ and beganan elude the program, Mrs. Lawson :The Starke-Bradford ''County" DRAFERY LlN HG iii '00 .
to Met outreach to young people to help displayed copies of some payroll and Chapter of NAACP is sponsoring a if Whil Etru $1 e .Non-Rail

,''i 1. i"j." ;'.;">"' : them avoid the. traps that got him Into -. i pension, records of her grandfather program celebrating black history E.' 4S"wid. Ui I ''yd.. '
'In G'vll. trouble. who was killed in the Battle of at 7:30 12.tfABERj y...' $100
'month on Fnday, Feb.,26 : ENTIRUTOCK'Or
I : ''I+ Chas b. meeting 'of the: Morris was miraculously releasedon Chickamauga. The will be held at the, 'or
",. 14 1978 after. p.m. program ,rte' Pre-.flete2Tdri.c.. .
' ,I I Area Association of parole on March Vice President, Mrs. Lester RJE gym and.will pay tribute, to ; .
;".'<, .Room Nurses is set at 7 nearly!a decade behind bars.' He Crews, presided over the meeting. pioneer leaders (responsible for- the DRAPERY, WAISTBAND
" ,' Bit (Thursday, Feb. 18) at' later ''was graduated from Chaplain Christine Lawson gave the establishment and'growth of a 15' O.OFF ELASTIC 20. rD.
Bible in Birmingham devotional. RODS .
S2001VSW l3thBtreet.B. Southeastern College Centerpieces were school for black children in Bradford ,
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:. Ala. and was granted a full of flags with red '
groupings .
The is
B. County. public invited .
Mandibular; ,: Joint pardon by Georgia Governor' George placemats at.the luncheon table : .

the ftubjecl. Speakers Busbee on March 15, 1981. .
Bradfworsh Charlotte White M.D. Morris' first book, "Twice'Par-, -

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Sunday in honor of World Mar Elem.
: The CYO have been invol 1+ Mid
be at school on ruesday,. Feb. 23 to Father Gagan was honored with a .d.YI
Hampton Elementary. .. take school pictUres riage Day. married couples ex- large horseshoe shaped cake community activities incli .oa .....Hamburger... clc lale Gravy,
changed cane
marriage vows during .
decorated' in a rainbow design. Christmas carolling cleaning: '. ..." ciucaaa .
DU.. ... I '
Mrs. Waters Returns.. Planning Day, Mass celebrated by the pastor. 5.
1 Among those assisting the youth and conducting bake sales. ; coakN. biscuit. haNy. ID

On Monday Feb. is, Mrs. Alice Friday, Feb. 26 will be a Teacher Father Philip the Gagan.Mass Catholic with the reception were Zita Shuford 26, they will conduct a RockAA w dne.4y. fruit cup I Coradoc.m,... Mks
No school for the Chinese dinner for the '...... ,
Faye Waters was welcomed back to Planning Day. Youth who prepared the food assisted by Maa5an Stoke

her teaching position in the special children that day. in Organization the Parish Hall hosted honoring a reception the Bobbie Moore, Dlan Morin and Peg planned for March 6. I.yr Maagere L'IIa"",.Dey.I.yl 4y. +

education class. She hadbeen on February Birthdays... 'married couples of the parish. 'fnmble. Bradford
'leave Hleh Sc
following surgery recently.
Feb. 10-Sharon Forsyth Fletcher Valentine heart name tags i {(' <
; eemirM ger. Mac
Which ., Playground Im Rodgers; 11-Kim, Hodge.' Wayne '*/ designating years of marriage were International Affairs Program at Woman's Club .i\\ ,''.'coconut cote, mica.en .
provements... Crawford Ginny Bennett and'Roberta presented. Heart-shaped cakes name 1ma privy, m,
least ex) I Searcy; 12-Michelle Landsey -' ing the number of married years The speaker' at the monthly Maria Stephenson,. Intema"Affairs ) '. m'lI. Ixfaa.mburger' strawberry
operatic Ambitious workers gathered at were made the Youth and I 'I.......
Angie Custer; 13-Renaldo by Group meeting of the Woman's Club on Chairman, introduce1 ; "! PISU buttered counties the school last Saturday. 'fhey Installed Aviles and Bobby Dennis; 15-Jason presented to couples, Wednesday Feb. 10 was Mrs. Mary ,speaker. Along with her com ,{ $110< cinnamon roil mil*.
"< '
area'? f playground tires balance Lovell; 18--Claudette Frees; Refreshment tables were covered Buchele of Liz McComb Leila Mundy f ', Iruit y. Comdog. putt 'b,
ting 13'' beams'; and repaired swings as 18-Adam Hall; 19-Bobbie Moore; with white lace cloths. Centering the A graduate of University) of Sapp and Aurelia Byrd, theya i .yi I reactor cup Planning. Dey.A.lacarte.

starterS- in an improvement planSloners. 20-Shana Morris, Wayne Holder and honor table was a three-tiered wed- Wisconsin. Mrs. Buchele spent one Chinese luncheon which <

designed by Mark Hodges. George Owens. ding cake decorated with flowers, semester at the Sorbonne in Pans out the International theme. ..

Union 8 Among those assisting him were Festival. .birds and wedding symbols. and Rheims receiving her B.A. with The valentine theme was i Excel In is: milianues.
tfguous Coach Steve Acree Mickeywould Henry and Antoinette Stefanelli 'a double major French and Interna- the decorations with an a ', >
t McMillan and Randy Hodges. All On Saturday, Feb. 13, Tori Hersey, were honored 'as celebrating 58 tional Studies. ment of red .and white r Q r il..... 0 J.. pass.

,make ft school' children will benefit from Angela Meng and April Scoggms years of marriage. They were joinedby While working with 4-H Interna, valentines forming the cent t''nwdayi HiMa, Cneneburg' ,
their efforts. William and Pauline lace-covered head tab f:5 hies, milUnMes J,
participated ui a music festival held Oeschgerwho tional Mrs. Buchele worked in at the 'sdayi. .Pisa
pensivetheir .School Dqnce Enjoyed./ at the University of Fla. Piano recently,celebrated their 54th agriculture in Switzerland, participating arrangement of red roses was< ;1,1....... 0 J. /hamburger..

ps students were' judged on playing anniversary The two couples cut the in the farm work and living piano while the individual tabl ,. ;!,day students ...,.

13 cour Students in grades 4, 5, and 6 technique, position rhythm melody wedding cake., with farm families. ''Swiss centerpieces of bouquets of l ..I'ft bar liars'. choice
andgarWith hosted a Valentine Dance in the and dynamics. Angela and April families do not believe In wasting circled red and pink ; alacarlo.

school cafetonum Friday night, were given Superior ratings and anything They make their own elec Mrs. Blanche Otto roses.S:

< Feo 12. The dance was well attend- Fort received an Excellent rating. Mrs. SfeaneHonored/// tricity on the farms, cook with wood tional program accenting love ;,

Alachu ed with' nice decorations good They are students of Mrs. Nell Mannof With CelebrationOn i and have their kitchen cookstoves February is the love month. ;WStfi-t r,
music and delicious refreshments. Birthday The meeting was presided over tar
fill shOO' Brooker. backed up to the living room wall, on''which I
I'ommt Wednesday Feb.! 10, Mrs. Antoinette they have placed tiles to hold the President Mrs. Herbert

Stefaneltl was the guest of the heat and warm the room. This Thomas. She announced that Mark:

neighix.multui honor at a party' given by'' MAS. 'tiled wall is the focal point of the Shuford, son of Betty and James'Shuford Jacksonville Florid

I Lester Humphries at her home In the. room and the most used especiallyby had been selected M the, the' largott total

ex te nd Legalbrad : GoU and Country Club Estates the children for warmth. Swiss BOB representative sponsored Ha will by any city i n the U.S.a h<

YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that the Mrs.Stefanelli was presented witha families believe in purchasing the Woman's Club this year. : In 460 square miles.

Petitioners will request the passage of a red rose silk corsage in honor of valuable things, not "plastic throw- attend the Hugh O'Brian Leadership"'- "

brad IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR .BRADFORD' resolution by the Board of County Commissioners her 80th birthday. Mrs. Sophie aways'', Seminar this summer. :i '
DarrelJ COUNTY'FLORIDA at its regularly scheduled, Kimutis also presented her with a She 'showed slides of pictures ''' -'

threat PROBATE DIVISION meeting on T March 1988. fresh floral bouquet.EnLertamment taken on the farms.showing dif
fll. Numb.r 118-12.CP PLEASE GOVERN. YOURSELF ACCOR. consisted 'of 'ferent phases of their work and Builr 1COUNTY
,DINGLY. reviewing pictures taken long ago scenic views of, Switzerland ,
changeundoub IN REI: ESTATE OF Itc'l':! 2/18 prlmanly at St. Edward's activities. EQUIPMBNT Ahi OFFICE, EQUIPtf

S lAURA T. GOOLSBVJPeceased. The refreshment table was 'STARKE CHURCH OF GOD Sealed bids for Bradford+6frunty ad Department Eq _
t 00-d I S1 centered with an attractive fresh 422 N. St. Clot St. Stark J
NOTICE ADMINISTRATION ''IN Church' -964-aMS PompnoQB 964-6445 Vehicles and miscellaneous OffkMachines be re<
regions I The odmlnistrotiort of the estote of THE COUNTY COURT OF. BRADFORD, fruit platter. Hors finger

long-te: LAURA T. GOOLSBY Deceased, File COUNTY 'foods, assorted sandwiches cakes Sunday School Worship 11 10oo0.mMomlng 00 a", :: The equipment vehicles:and off machines may be i L

to take 'Number 88-12 CP, Is p.nding I In the Circuit .CLARENCE ,DESUE "'Cos, No. 87-396-SP- candies, and fruit punch' were .alt Sonshlne Ave Chid. Church 11:30: a.m I. BRADFORD COUNTY ROAD DfARTMENTi 812-B (

Court for Bradford County.* Florida, served. ''Cho Practice $.00 p,
live Plaintiff, friends m Street Starke Florida 32091; Pri to Wednesday Feh I ,
Probate Division the address of which It Approxmately twenty Evening Service 6 00 p.
> Bradford :County, Courthouse, Stork, vs wishes Mrs. Stefanelli, many more Ladies' Prayer Meeting', 1ue. 7'30 p". 24, 1988 at 2:00: P.M", ""':''r I ,
mininIJaker ,Florida 32091, The nom> and addresses CHARLIE SCOTT, happy birthdays Family!! Training Hoot Wed. 7.30 p.Singlet ,m: Gilbert S. Brown, I'I.
Defendant. .
Mlnb'lV IB VII..11 :
of ,the personal representative, and the NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 2nd R 4th Fd. y" 7:30: p.m. 4 fi Clerk to the BoardmmmMfiRKOO

'are lotiront set personal'forth/ below representative's. ','attorney or. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, DolphE Nursery Facilities Provided for All Services II
Reddish Sheriff of Bradford-
!' All lnt. ... required County,
or* taProm'pi
tout Florida under and by virtue of a Writ of
file, with this WITHIN THREE MONTHS ,,
Execution heretofore Issued out of the
above-entitled COurt In the above-
regions NOTICE' t Ii) all claims against the estate '' ,
styled ,. have levied"upon the
cause ,
the rep and ((2)) any, objection by an Interested
with tI person to whom this, notice was mailed following prop.rr': situate, lying and ,.
being In County, Florida to
,that challenges the validity of the will.' '
projecDa wit
: ,
qualifications', of the
I toolbecau personal The South 1 51 feet of the East 41 6 feet
reprsentatlvet venue, or jurisdiction of of the NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec'tion -. \
".the court.
18, Township 6 South, Range 22East. j
containing t 5/B'h acres, more
genera SO r
of less,
Publication of this Notice has begun To Be Given Away' "t
As the property of the abov-namd
years'is ,on. February IB, 1988 defendant, and that on the 14th day of Feb:29th THE Y '

now Personal Representative: March 1988. Monday at two o'clock on a OFFICE

with t JOHN A. GOOLSBY said day on the premises of the Bradford, t SHOP tti
> I t'
646 S. }
Parker Street
'mainuthe County Sheriffs Office, I will offer for
: Starke.. 'Flo.' 32O9fAttorney sale and sM to th. highest bidder forscash '
$11 for Personal ?, In hand, the above-described pro-' g 1/2 x 11 1 964-5764 3N% ,

of a loty. Representative: perty, as the property of the said dell".- PAPER 'a.r.w'l. "" x %4"Ardding
0': >danf to satisfy said Execution. t .
P. O. Drawer '
1030 .- ; DOLPH E1tEDDI H'- ;

lnst< $tarke, Florida 32O9T SHERIFF OF BRADFORD : '
Telephone ((904)) 964-5701. ONE ". B ions
i .2/18 2tchg 2/25 2/18 4tchg 3/10 3000 SHEETS 52..0 or
each <, ', FREE. _
share, ,' r "TM ---- Computer Paperon -' 39f; ea.,

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c"' ,'r'' "' TO CLOSE ABANDONED ROAD saandard saaples $49 95 ,
Pursuant to Section 118 Chapter 717, .
.. '
KNOWN; AS OLD LAWTEY ROAD Florida Statutes, entitled "Florida :='rreo.r. -- File Folder | o

J ( \. INSECTION2AND3. Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act"i ,:a:ee... arrw85.:; : lOOCT-Utureb* ;I t
!. TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH RANGE 7J'tg notice l I. hereby given that the
persons IP __ .. ... i
,1\)\7 ;S 'EAST BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, listed blow appear to b* owners of a-,- -.2 6.39 i

unclaimed >
personal or Intangible pro- 2lDiwerFlle
A R'I' "' ", YOIJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that MARVIN 'perry presumed abandoned. THIS DOES' ,
'I'' .,J? :,: 'M. WRIGHT and MARY' HELEN NOT INVOLVE REAL ESTATE, a... sA- 1 ( abinetj
,r!:,:yxk'( '1',0 WRIGHT. His ,wife, and RAYMOND P. 640 Custom Stapler $8.95 r ..Ire..e.r..r.

F'S' ,. "+ SORRELLS and MARY L. SORRELLS his BLANKENSHIP MRS. PATRICIA 4.r ter e.e..r...=aw::: / ,'ITuAoe
'i'1.', : wife, have f tied a petition with the Board Route 2, Box 1670 -- .0STnCM .. \ 81/24: 'I

', {I'': "' 'of County Commissioners' for Bradford ,.Stark, Fla. 32091'' = -..-. ...._...'13'"., -A..." .--- _. .L Legal Padsreg 59.S

)iy' :. ,'County) Florida, requesting the county 0015-1987-0217 ", ,_ r..i ti 's > 1..50 4
H ;",,., .,. : ,h to r.nounc.ond disclaim any right of the DEES CHRISTINE TRUSTEE HOI

o !?'k :, '. county ,and the, public In and to theft 1260 S. Colley Rd. .,'.:! SALE '
; ;: ;
;;! \\I<\.; 'following: Stark, Fla. 32091 t ?
:'." ,' ". : : CI ::- 4 dne letter ss. Pile Cabli'tee.
r. : sU ,, A parcel of land lying partly In the NW 0015-1987-0216 : : .49
.":: ":\t', ,/4; of the NW 1/4 of' Section 2 and partly BallARD LAWRENCE :" $ $189. NOW

D. In' the; NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 3, P. O. Box 1119 23'95 %" v- .i..... \ 4 '149.95

: Township 6 South Range 22 East, Brad, Stork.. Fla. 32091 'OJmCM .UCT.OC ranee, IOWI".... a.a ; ,,"\ \
", ford County Florida; said parcel being 0029-1987-0019' :' ..- -- -.. .... __ .. I ," I 4 diHr legal see.'Peg18. File CabiiM
cc - ,._ .
more particularly' described as 'follows: JOHNS, SILAS R. Ill ,,,I _.-. ,.. /,
VI ,: 5, Commence at the NW corn. of said Rt. 1. Box 576 ; = .:: .. : ker.. 189.95
B T'" ;:, .Section 2, and S 11.29'38" 1 ' ,' I
"" '. run E, 61.18 Stark, Fla. 32O9I '
),'; '" 'feet; thence N, B9'46'11" E,,30.59 feet to 0015-1987-0214 "' f'

'to'',:, '. o concrete monument found on the E'ly KELLY; MRS. ANNIE R., Trustee .' "
pl"{:'II"" boundary of the ROW of Old lawtey Rt.. 2, Box 2010 '. -
nv:f"!;; ';:?" I Rood (a County Graded Rood) 'for then' Stark, Flo. 32091 ,i)'"
POB. From POB thus described S "
rt !?'<;' run 00151987.0218 ,
CC: ; "iL' ,)tt32'38" E. along said Ely boundary MANNING. S.' BOTH TOP
la' 407.47 feet to a found Iran pipe; thence S General' Delivery < ilowtey AND BOTTOMComputer
,: OI44'49J'.W, along said Ely boundary Fla. 32058 ,
at ;':'\' ', \ 269.17 feet to a fence poor; thence N 1459-1987-0011 ., !
VI: ..1 BS"29'1'I" W along existing '.nc.lin. MIDDLETON, MADGE P.

and along a W'ly prolongation thereof, 406 N. Walnut St.

pi 60.07 feet to an iron rod set on the Wly Stark, Fla. 32091
; boundary of said Old Road
p' Lawtey ; 1272-1987-0285 VorhcenierHurdiby !,
fr ( thence N Cl'44'49"' E, along said Wly POWERS. ROMAN L.! O'SuBvonUiktdOulr 7i' 1
dI boundary. 259.29 feet to an found Iron Rt. 1. Box 109-A' as eeew..s w 6

pipe; thence N 1132-38" W. along said lowtey Fla. 32058 ,0.743 ,=:: =: :::;-:: Aeit
: C'
N s W'ly boundary 412.29 feet too concrete 0297-1987-0255 w...s ...r W o ps
-. - 15' sr.
CJ." monument set on the Sly boundary of REDDISH DAVID LAWSON JoHN _AJphalCha1r_____ leer wee 5 i.e.r WLq lfr mVavw._..__er ., a/ar.r-a., I ICTMS.
the ROW of NW 50th Avenue; thence N- Rt. 2. Box 1050 _____._- -'er e.-ee_' arse_rir __..wS .M wrs j
p 89'1930" E. 'along sold Sly boundary. Fla. S r-app-r M.r.r'er -M e.5 r-i....eey- er-es--- a.' r,7 ... a. eee ..e.
Stark. 32091
.rriPus.-. -. -- r.a.i s.-r-it w.rp' J .e.S r r r rq a
23.91'.1 to the Wly boundary of said 4821-1987-0017 -. .-....- ."...... .....-...--........ ....
r Section 2 thence N 8946'tl"" = =' rCT742's" 1
U ; along STRICKLAND JOHN W., -i$121 MODEL MODEL CT743 MO5r"
'y. ,', said Sly boundary. ,37.251, feet' to the Ft.. 1, Box 117A = 99.00r

C ,I POB Stark. Flo_32O91 r

d1, ,:' ,AND 0029.1987.0076WADE.. WILLIAM G.' '-fotdabss'_. Vinyl. Chalnnal ,o oBJu C1rsy tt. '.: .. .

25 McKee Trailer Court ..____...___' oRed + '
tt A parcel of land'lying partly In the NW Stark. Fla. 32091 ..-------- r ,'.'.-..,... j
d 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 2 and partly 02251987.0703 ------- ,ff'" I .

n ", In the NE 1/401 the NE 1/4 of Section 3. leery "' : i : r
Information concerning th* amount or .rasa, IrlOer Uoo __ .
p Township 6 South, Rang. 22 East, Bradford i
el County Florida; said parcel being description of the property (such as .....-......... .+......41Ut1 'I RadsttrRFile a rI eI j". y :.
unclaimed kale ; ___.____' '
more particularly described as follows: checking accounts savings -.-...--..-- .
Commence at the NW corner of said accounts, utility deposits, stocks, bond. w..rrw.. '.s-6ft'71' te..r..e.:;. r.r rr V......., /

n Section 2 and run S 1129'38" E. 61.18 Insurance refunds safe deposit boxes, e- "=i2?! = :.a'sw+.r :
tiSfa feet; thence N 89".6'11" E. 30.59 feel to a .te.) and the names and addresses of -- -:=.::-- =:
concrete monument found on the Ely th* holder of such personal property ww..r-: .a.r'.a..rro- +.1-- :

boundary of the ROW of Old Lawtey may be obtained by any person possessing ..r1 ; ,

Rood ((0 County Graded Road); thence S an Interest In. the property by addressing -----1 ,. .. but "

11.32-38" I, along said E'ly. boundary, an Inquiry to Gerald Lewis, : Imitated never. Desk, @

407.47 f..t to a found Iron pipe; thenc S State Comptroller;', Attn: Abandoned Ph':1e. .: ;
01.44'49"> W, along laid Ely boundary, Property Section Slat 'Capital Mlfi.a eeosfra JMI.1t duplicated .... .
269.17 feet'to' a '.'.ne. post for thePOB.From Tallo".....*, Florida 32399-0350, ((904)) ---5...r.a .reeve.. w r ewrr tine ara :. :.. $52 9' ,

: POB thus described continueS 481-0510.'The Jacksonville Are Office r a..w.a -, -- ...esa- sar r.e w r4i... Tl c 1146 CM.. "1. .
telephone numtt h ((904)",-6015.Yes fa..n..w rt 5 -
01 W. along said E'ly boundary, .sew-eV sae axe ,
': *ls* contact the Consumer Info.tton .- ..._.aw__ "
; 242.19_' to a found Iron piper thence S. may "" ,
.. + ..... $
.aa.rt row rewet ivs.rrr r--
'' toll free HotflM et lSOO844im.B .
:n I. 0810'33" W, along sold E'ly boundary, i .x.i..a.. sr weeru aw air5 ;; ,358.36 feet to a concrete monument sure to mention th' account number

I found at art Intersection with the S'ly AFTER_the nom. tie published In this .--.-.-..........
!:. boundary of said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4: notic ."_<1_ .......
Unless' proof of ownership I. ,
thence N 89"55'25" W. along sold S'ly t -. Y'
boundary. 60.61 feet to o concretemonument presented to th* holder by April 19. VICTOR 1500 Electronic SWINTEC 110 ._ ...::.. 's"s: ,
found th 1988. the property will be delivered for TeP Ans".'r1nP
on boundary ElectronIc Calculator : 'ne
Heavy Duty Calculator :'o: 1478
custody to th* Comptroller of Florida. ,,,,_
of the ROW of said Old lowtey Rood .
:. ;, NOW ,. -- lachine
NOW 8g$159. -- -
all further reg.$159. -
Thereafter, claim must be
thence N 06Iff33" E, along said Wly/ Oll_ directed to the of Florida:
boundary, 362.34 feet; thence N $139 $129 ::==:: --- E39.OOT.T
0146'46" B,'along) said Wly boundary GERALD S ; =:':=: ,

$7 242.89 feel to a set Iron rod; thence S COMPTROLLER. Of FLORIDA ; ..... f

Ph 8529-41-. 60.0r feet to a POB -2/1 S 2tchcj! 2/23 .1


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February I6, t8R8 TELECRAPPaste 7A

I. Legal: ,Notices. I

: \Ir'aOf'. ..., .)'" ,' > '
\,;> :: _J" . File No. 1-3879-Is I pending In the Circuit ,and (2) any objection' on 'Interested SUMMONS AND NOTICEOF NOTICE Of'INTENTIONTO
'IN 'THE CIRCUIT COURT 'EIGHTH NOTICI" Of" INTENTION'" '.Court for Bradford County, Florida, Prat; person to whom this notice Was mailed PETITION REGISTERFICTITIOUS
." JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS bate Division, the address cf which It that challenges the validity of the will FOR PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE NAME
!COUNTY, FLORIDA NAME 925 North Temple Avenue, P.O. Drawer the qualifications of the personal STATE OF FLORIDA; Pursuant' to Section 86909. Florida
JUVENILE DIVISION B. Sto..... Florida 32091, The names and representative, venue, or jurisdiction of Statutes, notice Is .hereby given that the'
CASE NO. 87-28-CJ ((2-W7)) Florida addresses of the rsonal 'representtative -, the court TO: TINA HOPKINS undersigned Chris Petrllle, (604Helllnheed
,Itf THE INTEREST OF Purtuont to Section 66509, and the personal representative's ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Address Unknown I l i., Jacksonville, Fie. 12244
CHARLES J. HALl Statutes,notice ie'hereby given that the attorney are set forth below. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. sole owner, doing business I under me-
OOBl 2/15/87, undersigned, Juanita Williams, P.O. Box All Interested persons are required to Publication of this Notice has begun, BRUCE E,. HOPKINS'SR firm name of Mech-1 Discount Delivery
A.Child 605, Melrose, ,Florida 32666. sole .Tile, with this Court WITHIN THREE MON on February 1 It. 1988. Address UnknownYou (404 HoIII........ teen, JecksoinrlMe.. ....
if SUMMONS AND NOTICE owner, doing Dullness under .the firm THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION ((1) all Personal Representative* 12144, Intends to register sold fictitious
(, ...:'" OF PETITION name of SANDI'S HAIR WORKS, ".0. Box claim against the estate and((2)) any objection -' DORIS HAMPTON are''notified that a petition name under the aforesaid statute.
"',", ? FOR PERMANENT COMMITMENT 76$,,.., Florida 32666 Intends to by an Interested person on whom 7OS N.E. 21st Street under ooth,, copy of which Is attached Doted this 9th day of February 1988
:'. \ THE STATE OF,FLORIDA) register Mid fictitious name under the this notice was served that challengesthe Galnetvllle,Florida 32601. hereto has been filed In the above styli In Bradford County
aforesaid, statute validity of the will,the qualificationsof Attorney for PersonalRepresentative ed Court for the permanent commitmentof 2/ll4tpd3/3 I 1
TO- RUBY ANN ELMORE Dated this 28th day of January A.D., the personal representative, venue, BRUCE E, HOPKINS. JR.,a male child, .
Addrett Unknown 1988, In Bradford County. or jurisdiction of the court DUDLEY P. HARDY; P.A. born on October 8. 1983. at Fort Myert,
1/28 4tpd" 2/18 ALL"CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS; NOT P, O. Qrow..1030 Lee County State .of Florida to the PUBLIC NOTICE
CHARLES WILLIAM'HALL SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Starke. Florida 32091 Deportment of Health and Rehabilitative
Address UnknownYou I., Publications of this! Notice has begun Telephone ((904)) 964.S70I Services for subsequent adoption and The town of Brooker Is now accepting
on F.bruory 11, 1988. 2/1)2tch82/18) you are hereby commanded to be and bids for the paving of roods In a portion"of
ore hereby notified thai a petition NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Personal' Representative: T_ appear before the Honorable George H. the Shady Oaks Subdivision
under path copy of which I I. attached REGISTER Mildred Elizabeth West NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Pierce, Acting Judge of the Circuit Court Interested parties should contact
hereto hat b..n filed In the above styled FICTITIOUS NAME 4079 Lazy Acre Rood REGISTER at the Bradford County Courthouse, at Town Clerk Cheryl Con at 48S.1022 or'
Court Ion the permanent commitment Pursuant Section 865.09, Florida Mlddleburg Fla 32068 FICTITIOUS NAME 1:30 o'clock P M, on Wednesday March ,write to P. O. Box 127; Brooker, Flo,
of CHARLES'JUNIOR HALL, a male child Statutes,notice Is hereby given that the Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Pursuant to Section ,86509, Florida 2, 1988 at Starke, Bradford County 32622 for specs and details.Sealed .
born' undersigned. Warren D.' Fletcher, Star : 'Statute, notice It that the Florida bids
.,. on February 15, 1987; at hereby given Including performance,
Gainetvllle. Alachuo County State of Rout. Box 20. Crescent City, Flo:'32012 Eugene F, Show undersigned J.t. McLeod R Hilda C. You must either appear on the dole bonds will be accepted by mall or In person
Florida, to the Department of Health and sole owner, doing business under the 97-1-E North T.mpl. Ave, McLeod, ,P; O. Drawer 240, ,Hampton, and at the time specified or tend a written \ at the Town Hall during business
Rehabilitative Service for subsequent firm name of F t R Rental, dbe. In Home' Slorke, Florida 32091' Fla. 32044, joint owners. doing business response to the Court prior to that hours ((Monday, Friday and Saturday'
adoption, and you or. hereby commanded Medlcel 107-F West Edwards Rd.. ((904)) 964-5200, under the firm name of McLeod Proper time Your failure to appear or respond from 9 a.m, to.. noon) now through March
to be and appear before the Starke, ...., Intends to register sold fictitious :2/il. 4tchg'::2126 tsar! P'' O. Drawer 240, Hampton Flo., will be treated at a content to the permanent e. "
,Honorable 'Gorg H. Pierce, Acting name under the aforesaid Hwy. II West of 301, Intends 16 register commitment and you may lose 2183tchg33NOTICE 1
Judge of the Circuit Court at the Bradford statute. said fictitious. name under the aforesaid' all legal rights at a parent to the child or ...-.--
CoOnry Courthouse. pt 1 1:30: o'clock Dated this 28th day of January 188, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFOR-1 ttatute, children named In the Petition for Permanent -
P.M. on' Wednesday, March 2, 1988, at In Bradford County. COUNTY, FLORIDA Dated this Sth day of February, 1988, Commitment ,attached ,to the 'OF SALE '
2/4 2/23
Stork., Bradford' County. Florida. 4chg PROBATE DIVISION In Bradford County Summont Ron Denmark Self.Service Storage will
You mutt either,,appear on the dote File Number 88.11CFDivisloirwi3892 ?111 4tpd 3/3 WITNESS My hand as the Clerk of Said hold a public sale of: I
and at the time specified or tend a written NOTICE INTENTION -- -- Court and the Seal thereof this ,72nd" dayof Bin. number 17, .belonging te Roy Weir' I
response to the Court prior to that TO REGISTER IN RE: ESTATE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH January ((988 contents unknown. .
time; :Your failure to appear or respond FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant W, D. DELL, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- GILBERT S. BROWN Sale will toke place at 211T N: Temple'
will be ,treated at a content to the permanent Deceased FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA As, Clerk of Court I Avenue on March S, 19B8' at 9 a m,
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Tornadoes Sweep Final Three' Games


Bradford High's varsity girl Vanguard In the second round at 8 18, Rhonda Bright had 8, Monic 11-11 in the fourth period..

I basketballers won their final three p.m. Thursday Feb. 18. Should BHS .Williams 6, Kendra Butler 5. Davis and Williams did most of the 4

games, including a 51-50 edging of get by OV, who has twice beaten the .n4taf4 Hlf* It1 14 It 41 scoring in the third period Rhonda .
Ocala Forest, to post a 13-9 season Tornado girls this season, the next c........4.H%.. II O It M '40 Bright, Williams, and Evette Cov- tr.
..._4 ....* Dovll 11.011.12.. Wlltam -4th
(Uft. Ington hit the baskets In the fourth '
record. Tornado would be .
opponent the win ""+-1. .. H..M 1-1/a:-lt A, KrMlMWM. I /.., M. ,.1P
-...... The BHS girls beat Chiefland ner of the North Marion Ocala William, 1.'.0/J-3I', K.? I4l,.V, 1.0-3. ,.,..,.. period.. ., sr
62-48, LIve Oak 50-43, and Ocala Forest game No: 3 seed OF is Davis led in rebouding with 14,
Forest 51-50 In the past week. favored. OF has beaten OV this c..4.d Nip ((42.).. .. MKhunt ...-./.-:II. K. Bright had 11 and Covington 10.
h.nk00 2.""'. 0.OrlHIn, l-a/l-t. !. Ad. .3-1/9-1.
The Chiefland game Monday, season,and North Manon gave OV a *. N.ol, 30/1-4 O. MoL.... ,...... T. Wtllt '''-1, On their third try the BUS girls, '= ,(S, .
night, Feb. IS, was the final home scare. 1._, 4.14../!..... got win number 100. Full court girls I ="ice rI
,basketball returned to BHS In 1976 .
game for the Tornado girls. It was
BUS 50 Live Oak 43
the final home game for seniors BUS 62 Chiefland.48 with Coach Jerry McGriff. -
Felicia Davis, Roberta ,Williams, The BHS when BHS led all the way in going 50-43 All eight BHS ladles played an im-
and Came Musson. varsity girls easily by Suwannee High last Thursday, portant role in the 100th win, said vR.15115
Class Chief land in
62-48 over 2A / High
Feb. II, in the Tornado gym. Coach Slater Evette Covington
Davis has been a four starter,
year BHS
the Feb. IS
Monday night ,
gym Still 'flying high after their win blocked two shots. Guards Kendra 1r
In Davis
her career, has 995 re- of .
in their final regular season game
bounds, a school record, and 919 the 1987-88 season.It over Ocala Forest the BHS ladles Butler and Rhonda Bright played

points, third on the all-time list.l was the last home game for jumped on Live Oak for an early outstanding defense, each had four
31-1$first half lead. Then, BUS heldon steals.
With at least one game left in the ,seniors Felicia Davis and Carrie
District 5-3A Tournament this week for a 50-43 win. The game was a see-saw battle
Moore Williams led the BHS girls with neither team able to establish a
Davis Is the
sure eclipse 1,000
point Chiefland had an 8-7 record and is
with 16 points. Felicia Davis scored strong command of the game Coach
Several schools have shown
No. 2 in its Class 2A District 8 behind
10 points and Annette Simmons 9. Slater said.
and interest In Felicia.
Roberta Williams played Jv ball Newberry High, No.2 In athe state David led the BHS rebounding with In the final two minutes the lead
"We knew advance the to
in key
a but missed last 17 and Evette Covington had 14. changed hands four times. With the
as sophomore
Chief land
beating was ,stopping
.season. She has been very strong off Brenda Mitchunv who scored a Davis, a senior now has a career score tied 49-49 and 28 seconds on the
total of 977 rebounds, a school clock Evette Covington hit an eight
the bench for BHS and provided
'game high 26 points, cutting off '
record, and 905 foot jumper to put BUS ahead for
'!Some key offensive play. Her basket Kay Franklin"" said Coach Slater. points.
Annette Simmons came off the' good A strong BHS defense
with 30 seconds' left tied Keystone
Chiefland/ showed good balance in
Starke. bench in the second quarter to score hampered the OF ,offense, but with .k' -
Heights in
the first period something Coach Kendra Butler andRhondeoBright seven seconds left on the clock OF's b'4& 2i.0.
Came' Musson is a transfer who i ,
Slater did not expect. And, with
Saunders fouled. Saunders hit
had a field day steal- was ,
joined them team after Christmas
Felicia Davis for BHS with 22
last She also has been ing the ball from the Live Oak'guards the first making the score 51-50, but
season. strong
points getting into foul trouble the
said Coach Slater. missed the second free throw..
olf the bench and provided solid
Tornado girl were forced out of their
,57.46.overthere. the rebound
BUS beat Live Oak Felicia Davis grabbed
defensive play. Came's steals at
man-to-man( defense and into a 2-3 tdlce
Ocala Forest started the BHS victory the game.
zone. 3..dhd it ::1. t 11 M One of the keys to the OF game
there.District "This turned out to be the best .
M1..MIN NIp S i n it 4* was the play of the BUS reserves,
move we could have made" said /OTl Mtfk (WH. ''- Oovll, 3."/+-0. C. Muuoni said Coach Slater. Roberta
Tourney,.. Coach Slater. In the second period i j..-.. 0, OrlfM. 2-.... .. hitter 3.!,.>. I. Covlngwii
Carrie Musson and Annette
'30-4. A. Urnmon "'/1.' M. William' ,r.,.,., Williams
BHS' Gainesville Chiefland scored and <
The girls played just six points I."'/7.11. Simmons gave the 'tornadofive
Eastside at 6:30: p.m. Wednesday and BHS 17. The third period provedto |U...IM._(..). ?. Fwlw 7/7-19..C.Graham, quality playing time in each
Feb. 17, in the opening round of the be a fan's delight,said Slater. Mit-' t/J4. I. ...-., 2.2/2.1. V. Irawfli-Oa. J. Ow..0.1. .- quarter, Carrie made or forced 020.0
District 5-3A Tournament at Ocala chen went wild sconng 13 points with t y. UagMwi. 1-11... ToMll 14-11,1 49. several steals, Roberta and Annette

Vanguard. three 3-pomters over the BHS zone. BUS 51 O. Forest 50 .' .kept strong pressure on. their, Up and Over. .' Photo By Mark Fr1edl1n
Eastside beat BHS by three points BHS got its fast break going to
but it was Just after BHS installed its outscore Chiefland/ 19-16 in the third The BUS girls got their 100th win guards."We did not lose ground when BHS forward Rhonda Bright power her way to two points In an earlier game
in a 51-50 thriller over Ocala Forst,
this season against Keystone .
fast break offense and half court period. Height
these ladies wsere in the ,
the number 3 team in the district, in game ,
trap. BHS is 11-4 after Christmas Slater realized that if Mitchum Ocala last Wednesday night Feb. 10. said Coach Slater. Bright Scored 11 point in a 63 4S BUS win over Chelfland.BHS .
and could beat ES if the girls play continued Chiefland could take the Williamsled
Felicia Davis and Monte
the 'calibre of basketball they've game away from BHS. Tornado the Tornado girls m scoring in S..dl..4 Nip. 12 It It 11 MOt.UF.rM
been, playing Coach ,John Slater Kendra Butler played Mitchum t I* 14 II MOr.
I the hard third and fourth '
man-to-man( and limited her to five fought ._ Wall (C.'). r. Dovta 7-O/J-U. .. WlllloiM Defeats BroncosTornado
saYII. 'period., BHS was down three 9-12. I.".. .. ....... 3-0/1, I. Covlnglon J..-.. M. '
fop-seeded Ocala Vanguard, the points and Chietland to 10. after the first period was down one Willi.....3 "./..34, r...... 1.31./..-".
host team plays Lake Weir in the, Momc Williams scored 21 for BHS'and B1-iS thirdperiod O..I. ffra ((00)1) Pork 1-1/3-3, A. __'
24-25 at the half. won the
.opening round.' Rhonda Bright 11. 10/2.2,1.Cowan '.-..20.0 Sound..41,60/101/. cagers 'played a 'good the season,
Coach Slater expects to meet O. Felicia ,Davis, led in rounds with 16-14 and that proved the Wroy, /..1. M. Orahom I-O-3. .. Thonun l-O-l.. 1. delay game and were 14 of 17 at the,
and OF tied
> margin of victory. BHS 0.,101.1/23. ToMta: 1./1..50.' '
free throw line for a 70-63 win Tues' BUS 70 Middleburg 63
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day, night,'' Feb.. 16 at Middleburg A 'late delay game during which'

I JV Girls Break School Record At 182Closing High. Bradford High 23 points pulled out a
The Tornado five lost 56-55 to San 70-63 win at Middleburg High Tuesday -

ta Fe last Fnday night,' Feb. 12, ; night, Feb. 16.

out the 87-88 season with beat 'in the years to come"' said It was Parent's Night and the last out and played with intensity, got th. making enough mistakes to lose the Three points down in the 'fourth

an easy 52-24 over Chiefland High, Coach Sue Trieste. This was the firstJ game of the season against fast break going and blew, the Indians : game but missing a win by a split- period, Blit's-Wendull Hudson came

the Bradford High Junior varsity, V girls basketball team to win a Chiefland High this Monday ,night, out second when Roy Jackson's three, alive with 9 points to lead a BHS rush

basketball ended ItS,season with an tournament in the modern era. BHS Feb. 15.Chiefland. Sn toM-M*!) U 14 II, 4'< KCkMtairf I point effort stripped the nets but the that put the Tornado five ahead.
18-3 record, the best ever for a,Tornado -' won the Gainesville High School came out hustling and'' NIp. t i 4 It ..J final whistle began to blow: just Then Middleburg started fouling and

J V girls five.We've .' Area Shootout. held the BHS JV girls down most of Wterf Hill ((111O) NOrnun 4-0'I-S. I. Jocluei4JJU. before Jackson let alter BHS made 7 free throws in a row,
.. .,
; Hondo J-O/J-4.Anne toy..4.2/2.1 BHS
is at 9-12 the
had a great season, comma the first half, noted Coach Trieste. In Chonda Wood 1.4-1/4-11, Art.v. WIIIIDoI..1* Clitford Ivey making four and Wen-
piling record that will be hard to BUS 52 -. Chiefland 24 the second half however, BUS came ro', .'.: 1.11.1/10-51. Split dull Hudson making three.:
CkMtanf Kill (U). C. Malthnn I.0->. M. ChMobi* John Berry did a real good job at
3.0.1, J. K.l 3-0-4. I. lefclraofl 0-O/O-J.. 1.'Yowx i Upcoming... point guard off the bench relieving
0./11.1. J. O on I.".. A. GooHby 1 .-.. TaNM I
'.I..tI,.14, With the boys varsity district Clifford Ivey. Gevane Ross played
basketball tournament Still a week swing guard and hit the opening
O, Forest 47 BUS 42 away BUS has three regular season buckets for BHS and played good

A sluggish Junior varsity girls fivi 9 games remaining. defense. ;

Year-End Savingson lost 47-42: to Ocala Forest in Ocallast aBHS hosts West Nassau tOnlghtr ...."' M.aXachi< Jeghit 11 points m-
,,\ Wednesday night Feb. 10. ( Thursday Feb. 18) for 6:15 and 8 \ me And BHS had
Shop The BUS JV girls were 11-3 aftei r p.m. games. Sat.;'Feb.' 19. BH$? ', "good irisfdfe-'outajde: 'storing 'game'

Most Popular the win. OF was 11-8 going into ttu 9 travels to Ocala Vanguard the top with Clifford Ivey and Gevane Ross
Americas seeded team in Pist. 5-3A. OV ran hitting from outside and Pedro
See... JV Girls... 9A
Pea 80-50 over BUS In the first game of Carter and Malachi Jenkins.

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.strength are bulll-ln with 2 thicknesses of J'-&i-: ;,:"< ., the BHS gym.
corrugated fibreboard on front back and -- "! .?;":+'/"ft.r' : ;\ BHS was behind some 10 points
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with about five I minutes to play,
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easy removal from shelves. Reliable string .t..k>fi .,
S3. ,;:. ,, .- Then the Tornado five came to life
and burton closure keep record sale. '" '
Tote handles front and back for easy :=;r20 'lw:: ;r"ftJ, t ': ', with a full court press and delay'
and made
; game it a close game.
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;. >> F;'};J:1:: ,. t"1 ;0 t baskets got BHS within two points
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Attractive woodgratn design and rugged 12"a 10' ss. :, r f '% V'i c4 JiMiI"h Jackson, a long shot expert inserted

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I 26 Make All A's at BMS cXR !

rwenty- student or 3.11per' Susan McClellan of Starke.
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cent of the 820-member student Hetal Patel daughter of Mr. and
third body. six earned traight-A'i for the Mrs. Kami Patel of Starke: i

which ended weeks Jan. gradmg' period Simla Patel,daughter of Mr. and,
Suresh Patel of Starke.
Another 85 BMS students, or 10.4, Amy Rankin, daughter of Mrs.
percent of the student body, earned Patricia Rankin of Starke, P #
all honor A'I and B's for a place on the A-B Lee Ann Raulerson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Raulerson.
Straight-A, students, 'by- grades, Wendy Thornton, daughter of
are: ..
Cindy and Nathan .Thornton of r "
Eighth Grade... Starke. lP' J ,fh,

Rebecca Phillips, daughter of A-B Honor. Roll:
Mr. and Mrs. Michael of e
Starke. 'The 81 honor roll students 42 N jiir

Jane SUnwix-Hay, daughter of eighth' graders, 25 seventh graders,
Mr. and Mrs Ray Stanwix-Hay ,and 20 sixth graders, are, by grade:

Hampton Oaks. ,
Eighth Grade.....
Oeana Holiday, daughter of Mr; Stephanie di. 1Cr FOWYQ
Agin, Shere Brown Josh Bula Tiffany
and Mrs. George Holiday of Starke.
Janice Davie, daughter of Mr. Burch, Jeremy Crawford,
and Mrs. Richard Davie of Starke. Shannon Elicit, Sophia Fanton
Ronald Hall, Mark Harden, Bridgett
Brandy Ross
daughter of Mr. .
and Mrs, Elmore Ross of Holder Shauntel Houston, Erica
Howard, Erick Jackson, Sean Jones,
,Wayne Kerschner,Amanda Loper,, Yr I J
Seventh Grade... Michael McKinney, Cherish Manning -
,Matthew Martin Gary Norman,
Emily Bradford,
daughter of Mr. Lloyd Padgett ,
Regina Padgett
and Mrs. Tim Bradford of Starke. *
Pam Patterson Xasha
Bryon Lee, son of Mr and Mrs. William Price
Angie Redding, Glen-
Robert Lee of Starke.,
da Rosier, Melissa Salmon, Metma
Jason Canova, son of Mr. 'and Smith, Chris Snow Dawn Starling \ '
Mrs, David Canova of
Kmgsley Kelley Stewart April Taylor, Chris I
Lake.Ethan Thompson, Mary Thornton, Brooke ,
Caren, son of Mrs. Pat _
Caren of Brooker. Watson Branda Williams. Julie -J. I'" ---

Stephen McLeod son of Mr. and' Wilkinson.Williams, Matthew Williams'Erin' Straight-A Students at BMS...
Mrs. Wayne McLeod of Starke. .
The 26 straight-A student at Bradford Middle School for the third six.,. Third row Greg M rhs"U' Caryn Taylor, Bethany Lee. Ethan Caren
Jeffery Johns son of Mr; and Grade. "
Mrs. Robert Seventh .. Rebecca Ad- weeks are (I-r):' heather Safer Lawrence IIankerson.;
Caryn Taylor, daughter''',of dison,Angela Baldree, Bradley Ball, Bottom row: Crystal Greer Smita Patel, STephen McLeodJoshua Mc Fourth Row Jason Canova Brittany Bula. Amy Rankin Hetal Patel.
Shena Burgess, Erica Cohens Keri, Clellan. Lee Jim Jeff Johns. ,
and Mrs. Cecil Waters of Starke. Bryon Autry Not present for photo' Janice Davie Jane Stanwlx.llaY.J]
Heather Safer Crafton Tara Dixon Dennis Fair- Second row: ,Wendy ThorntonLee\ Ann llaulersonj; 'Brandy Ross,' Rebecca Phillips Emily Bradford.opponents .
daughter Mrs.
Gina Safer field LaNorrls Jackson, Sheila Hut .Oeana Holiday: Jimmy Parado.,
Starke and Sheldon
chins, Justin KendrIck, ''Heather

,Safer Jimmy of Starke.Parado, son of Mr. and Mansfield Lawson Jennifer, Eric Magyars Mason,,Shawna''Josee Nine BHS Wrestlers for I I

Mrs.Lake. Romeo Parado' of Hampton Miller Christy Milton Stephen Murphy Qualify Regionals

,Kim Nettles Sherne Patterson .,-, ,

Sixth Grade... Erica Pfenniger, Ryan Reddish, 'Bradford High wrestlers finished at 14$, and* sophomore' Roland in the 140 level'', was season pinned his opponent In the J i''
John Ripplinger, Kerry Taylor, Jan- third in District 5-3A competition at Shafer at' 220. Sophomore 'David favored to Win. Russell has been a 189 weight class, one of the weaker
Jim Autry, son of Mr, and : na Thornton.: Candler Lake Weir last Saturday, Lizenbee placed third 'and JUnior. true leader all season and continuedthat levels at district.

Bobby Autry of Starke FeD. 13, 3Vi points back of second ,Eddie Douglas fourth. into the. district. says Coach Sophomore Roland Shafer lost 7-0
Brittany Bula daughter of Mr.' Sixth Grade., Marcus Collins.. place Ocala Forest and 15'/i points The' first four places at district .Purdy. in the 220 pound level in the semi-1',
and Mrs. Joe Bula of Starke. Jeffrey Evans, Jason Greene Alan behind district champion Lake Weir.Nine ?qualify for the region. There were 8 Freshman Raymond Trimble, filling -' .finals. 'A Shafer win would have/,
Crystal Greer, daughter of Mr.; Harris, Jeremy Hildebrand,, BHS wrestlers qualified at wrestlers in level at district. It took in for the injured Mike Elder at meant second place in the tourna-:
,and Mrs. William J.Greer of Starke/ Margaret Hodges, Jessee Kersey the district level to compete in the ,three matches to win' the district 135, did a good job finishing second ment, said Coach Purdy and the
Gwen'Lawrence Hankerson,son'of Mrs., Chris McMonigle, Shawna Manning, Region 2 competition set this Friday championship. If a wrestler lost and vto Joe Kelly of Ocala Forest who is.a young'' man ,was under, a lot,!of
Hankerson of Starke.' Dana..Newsome, Candice Norman. I and Saturday, Feb, 19-20, at Ktss m': had to work his way out of the loser's ,certain to place in the state. pressure."
Bethany >Lee, daughter of Mr, Heather Norton, Lloyd OdonvAmy mee Gateway,, ) bracket, it could ,have taken four,:' ,Senior Jamie Carver at 145, got in
.and Mrs. Ricky Lee of Starke., Parnsh, Stephanie Sellers Jennifer, 'matches.-\ "," .' early trouble with"'a takedown. It'would also have meant seven
,'Greg Marshall, son of, Mr. andMrs. Shadd, Jonathan Smith, David, '."Oh,"so'close/ We surprised some: At region there will be 16 wrestlers (;Carver spent the match fighting points ,and second place In.,the
Gregory Marshall of Starke.- Stegall, Penny Stivers' Candice, people" says Coach Brett Purdy- at each level and it will take, four back and lost 83. Carver wrestled .diStrict had freshman Gary Don
Joshua. McClellan ,son,; of Mrs:, ;.Taylor.. ,During the regular season some winning matches'lor,' 'a regional really well in winning the two matches 'Brewer been able to meet the 210
schools wouldn't schedule Bradlord crown where' the gOing ,wiii. ,be,> before the championship round.: pound qualifying weight In the heavy
High because it was thought the for-'" ,tougher. -, weight level. Brewer,.weighed in at
JV Boys Improve to 124The nado wrestlers would provide too tit BHS wrestled"real''well in the, David .Lizenbee who ''started '208. There were only two entries m
tie competition. Then at district the district competition says Coach' wrestling late and never worked into the heavyweight level and a BHS en-
whispers, were to watch for.the for. Purdy. good shape,, was winning 4-0 then trant would, have meant seven,
JV Tornado five improved its' ..........H11h "1 10.II |9 M ,nadoes. Brian' Arthur 5-5 on' the season gave out and the guy pinned him, ,points
'season to 12-4 with two wins this Mlddl v..H.... It 10 IS li w BHS has four District champion went to 7-5 in at district, "'a real surprise Coach Purdy said. ;"Over-all, I was real pleased with''
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High((501') fanc11 J.0-4. t. "ly what saId Coach
week, a 50-48 nip and tuck Pinch' 1-0-3 3h./l1.14. I 4.01:1D'nk'n.: .90IB. toffy.' 'wrestlers: freshman Brian ,Arthur'at Junior, Ed Douglas; wrestling we Purdy,
Middleburg and a 62-55 ,win here 0-1/M. T. Jon.M/t.S, To'ol",2. ai-3/9-M the 103 pound level, freshman his finals match 2118. down one level at 160, got into some ,BHS should be stronger next year.
over Santa Fe High, Mldd'.....* Hlk (C..). imllh 9.2/420.'' fdglnglon ''Brad Hamilton at 130,"'senior Sid Brad Hamilton,' 12-1-1 for' ,the of the .toughest competition at' The wrestling team finished with a'
j.O/l.2. Injrom, H/3., Morn,' 3-4/Ml. H.v.ll.ToloU .. Russell at 140, junior Bill. Hamilton, ''season at 140,:wrestled 'WIth a lot district and finished lourth.' Considering .,. 1-5-1 season record,the first winning
Tourney Coming... .416-0, : l>--14/ai-4, ;.at 189. more years ot experience than the Douglas' lack of experience record in eight years. ".'d have loved
;BUS 62 Santa Fe 55 BHS 'second place ..finishers at freshman has Brad :improves with" he, wrestled well said Coach Purdy., to bnng home the first district
The BHS J V'is playing in-a tournament each match, say Coach Purdy. in eight.years/:*Coach Purdy
District were freshman Raymond Keeping up with his little fcrotberU: ,_trophy
24-24 first half tie the
Breaking a ,
,Gainesville this .High'Saturday:BHS plays.' 'eti,20 at, 12:30, al,-. BHS junior varsity boy's basketball nimble at 133;senior'Jamie Carver Senior+.Si
team went on to beat the Santa Fe

p.m.BHS plays West Nassau at home, High JV five 62-55 in the BHS gym, I
at 6 (Thursday Feb. 18). last Friday, Feb. 12. 1988 BHS Tennis Season Begins Tuesday
BHS goes to O. Vanguard Friday Truin Blye led BHS with 11 points, --: -
Chris Dinkms had 15, Kevin Finch
Feb.19. Next
night Gainesville, High is here Tuesday, had 11, Terry Berry 10, and Reggie The 1987'tennis season kicks otf 'possibility, McUntf said, after a 9-1 ,season;; Andy' Frey, 12, and Rick 1988 team have yet to be det.ermihed.\
Sheffield added 9 for a balanced BHS Tuesday Feb. 23; 'When Bradford record in 1987. BHS was 6-1 and Kimutis,12 No. 3 singles seed last ,says Coach McGriff.
BHS 50 Middleburg 48 scoring attack. High hosts Keystone High, both boys runner-up in district play with,, 10 season. Junior returnees are Kirby
BHS won the third period 22-18 and 'and girls, at 3:30: p.m. schools last year. losing only. to Hildebran .Chris Holloway/ Chris Girls* Rebuilding...
BHS started out extremely' flat, the fourth period 1613. ,Suwannee High (Live Oak), .Noegel. It is definitely a rebuilding year
said Coach Roland Cummings. Mid rodfofdHljK. ii 'II ,11t'\ 4} Boys Experienced.... This schedule' should be tougher New comers: Marshall Albnbbon, after losing four seniors,the top four
dleburg started out strong with a Sonlo fe M/8li/ ''Ii 'It II SinxWord The BHS boys have three of the top than last season with .St.Augustine 12; Bernard Baez,. ,,12; Eric seeds from 1981 and a very successful
nine point lead in the the first half. High(62). I. Bl, .63'..I7,finch 3-1/3 yh.HI.ld ,
,four returning, as added. Honeycutt, 12, and Enc Verunac, 12,. 9-1 season says Coach
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BHS woke fought ,
up : MS-WI5-U. 'well as both doubles teams return Returnees: Jason Brown 12, ,Jamie Whitehead 11 ;' Donnie'' McGnff.) : ', ,
the lead to three at the half. ...M f. Hlfli (U,. J.,'!.,,'1.025. 'Solomon, ing,plus lots of depth available,says number one /singles and'doubles Bagwell, Richard 'Smith, ,10, and
BHS played better, but' Mid- l.fel/3-16 0. ScoH I.Jl/Si.-F,\Jon. 0-1/3-1. O.l Coach McGriff.A player last season; Jody Brown 12, .Chad Welch, 9.,. '
'dleburg stayed right with BHS. It 1 l,30-r/17-M._l. 4-3/J-I4 'O. Burbaum 4-1/4-13. Totili' ; good Jerry'season is, a distinct 'No., 2 singles,and doubles,player last, Some seeds and rankings on'the, See... T nnls... Page 8A
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Qualify for District Bee... ,

Dixon Harding Top Spellers at S.E. : "

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Linda Dixon spelled ""galactic"' studied the book sent home with the tic" in which be left out the letter The 12 contestants were Raffina
and "scribbled" correctly and won contestants. Her mother said she'd "C" Vinson Robbie Bassett, Malena
l the Starke Elementary spelling bee had Linda study "galactic" because Both Linda Dixon and Patrick Roberts Gareth Starling Jeff Chit-
Tuesday morning Feb. 16, in the Mrs. Dixon thought it might be on Harding will represent SE at the ty Shawn Tyliczka. Patrick Har
fourth roundRunnerup. the spelling list. county-wide spelling bee March 2 In ding, Alicia ,Luther Paige Smith
Linda had the most trouble with the Administration Building. Linda DixJIn. and.Cassandra Jarvis.
is Patrick Harding son '."senator spelling it slowly
of Lt. and Mrs Eldridge Harding of "Sen..ator" dnd glancing uncer- Seven of the 12 room champion Judges for the SE bee were Ed
Starke. Harding misspelled "galac tainly at the pronouncer, Mrs. spellers went out in the first roundon Wall,'an investigator with the state
tic," leaving out the first "c." Phyllis Rother. "version," "additive," "per attorney's office; .Mrs. Margaret
.r.rI1 Previously Miss Dixon, the Runner-up Patrick Harding correctly manence,"'"obituary," "privilege,'" Peek retired SE librarian and Mrs.
3 daughter of Willie and Linda Dixon, spelled"sincere,""deadline" "Inaccurate," and "chorus." Two Sue Winkler recently retired SE
t had correctly spelled "doubt'.' and, uncertainly correctly spelled more went out in the second round 'teacher. SE teacher Joy Tetstone
"senator," and"taskmaster."She'd ""h

LInda Dixon Patrick Harding

. SI Champion,Sp.llr SI Runnr-Up Spllr I

. Lawtey Council Wants Better Service from Utility'i i

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by Buster Rahn Errol Jones, representing grant know the laws they are required to The city currently has 'to make a proposed' new city'' ball building.: preferred to use credit cards.
BCT Staff WriterIn administrator Fred Fox Enter enforce. round of fire hydrants before a Councilman' Buster Bennett Mayor Rosier said the Commissary
its regularly scheduled prises, said work'is winding down, The council agreed with Tillotson, predicted freeze and open the estimated the cost at$67,500 depen Store will have to provide
meeting, Monday. Feb. 1, the and will soon be completed on the and approved the purchase. valves to allow the water to run. The ding on materials used. credit cards if it wishes to sell
Lawtey council' complained aboutpoor current Community. Development Chief Jordan told the council the city has 14 hydrants.The The council took no firm action at gasoline to the town.
service rendered by Florida Block Grant. ,Police Department needs to have a council approved the pur- this meeting, but showed some in Otto Williams seated in a wheel
Power and Light Co., in installingand Jones reported $313 remains uns- CB radio repaired and purchase an chase of the 3 valves. terest, in making larger quarters chair asked the council for help in
maintaining lights. pent on the Williams residence on additional unit in order to be able to grouse proposed the rebuilding of available. improving his living quarters. '
Councilman Buster Bennett said, which George Holiday was the con talK with truckers. one of the town's two water pumps, Williams, who owns some land in
'"It takes three months to get a street tractor, but a number of items need Jordan related how his department now 12 years old. Crouse said the Mayor Rosier Speaks... town lives in a trailer outside the
replaced" correcting: stopped a drunken truck driver cost of renovation is $2,283, plus Mayor Rosier addressed several city limits.
light When asked .about calling the Jones said the council could give recently by using a CB radio. after repair.' or replacement of the impeller items in talking to the council. Mayor Rosier said Williams livesin
utilities firm, City Clerk Queenie the $513 to Holiday who ,had other means had failed. if needed.Councilman deplorable conditions. His trailer
Robinson said ."i can call them defaulted :on the job, or spend the' The council approved the expen Bright suggested investigating The mayor said he discussed man is about rotted down."
day. but they'll come money on the houses correcting,er diture of $ISO for a new unit, with the price of a new pump, ning the fire station with inmates The Mayor continued by saying
every since there is no crisis at the mo, that he wants to
whenever they want to." rors. antenna,and $75 for repairs. during daytime hours, with sincerely help
This was not the first time the The council approved correctingerrors Councilman Bill Crouse asked fora ment. The council agreed, telling. Superintendent Sidney Faulkner Williams, but could do nothing about
Lawtey council has voiced Complaints in the work with the money. number of items including Crouse to get prices. and received a favorable response. the place outside the city limits.
about by the Jones said penalties amounting to another phone line into city hall. Crouse said he needs four new Mayor Rosier said, "I have long said There was some discussion of
firm poor headquartered response in.. about $6,000 levied against Holidaywill Clerk Robinson was Instructed to maps of the town for plotting utility the Fire Department is just as important moving the city limits to include the
giant south utility Florida. probably not be collected, since 'contact the phone company to lines. He was advised to get prices to .the city as the Police Williams trailer but City Attorney
The discussion arose when a resIdent there are no further' grant funds due secure an additional line. and report at next meeting Department." Johnny Hobbs said he will need to
asked to have a light installed, to him, Crouse asked( for 3 "flushinghydrant" Crouse next asked for a $2,702 Mayor Rosier told Clerk Robinsonto review state laws concerning expansion
building for use by the of city limits.
the council valves for fire hydrants ata storage acquire additional gasoline credit
and In another case Want List... Water Department. Mayor Rosier Mayor Rosier said the town owns
,found had the installation total cost of $510. cards from both Shell and Exxon
it approved
of several months ago,' The council heard a ,veritable The valves, installed in the base of said the town should work toward Petroleum Companies.In the future, two trailers purchased with grant
but the a work light has not been done: laundry list of wants! to be paid. from fire hydrants, cuts water off building a shed, rather than buying all gasoline will be purchased ,by funds, which will be available when
the town treasury. automatically if the hyudrant is the building. The council has credit cards, the mayor said. the grant work is completed. He offered -
"'Grant Report... Lt. Bill TUlotson began the request'by broken off by a vehicle or other discussed the need for additional Chief Jordan had complained that some hope that arrangements
asking for a $60!set: of law books, means. It also precludes a hydrant, storage. space in prior meetings. he does not approve of signing"cash might be made, for' Williams to. get
saying it is imperative, that ,police, being,,a winter freeze. Crouse,displayed a-drawing,of a register tapes" for gasoline: and, one of them.

LaAVtey Asst.

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( ':Clerk, Hired, IEmIiml NO MONEY DOWNNEW

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BCT Staff Writer
n Lawtey city council gave Ms. HOURS: Monday through Friday 8-6. 'Saturday 8:30.5'
'I i, .1 i ,Sharon Pepiprin temporary employ
'ment as assistant clerk to City Clerk (2.9 six cyl. engine;5 spd
Robinson, during its
manual trans., XL trim ,
Monday Feb. 1.
regular meeting
,l'' Ms. Pepiprin will work ,until 1988Bronco 'luggage rack,''AC, deluxe Je
former Assistant Clerk Sylvia wheel trim RWU tires, 246
Williams returns from maternity II AM/FM stereo w/cassette pej ,
leave. The job pays $4.04 per hour. deck. a {
Mayor Marvin Rosier said it is his
understanding that ,Ms.WIlliams. 7 passenger AC,'auto -. .J'' .,11
was .working as temporary help, 1988 \\ri
O/driva. 6 cyl. engine.
'with the job being terminated when \1Y 25'
$ ,
she took maternity leave: AM/FM w/cassette speed$j?, lass -
2 71 .
Councilman Emmett Bright said Aerostar control, tilt wheel, luggage er .. _:
he does not understand that being roc 1
the case. It is his belief the assistant f110 "
clerk position was created by the
council as a permanent position,and .' XLT w/lreo AC. also Am/FM
Ms. Williams is entitled to return to'' 19 8 8 ." *. case'prem.:sound system, .
,the job in due time. < "." cast alum whls;chrome $ 95 e
Councilman Buster ,Bennett told
the i council that Clerk Robinson Ranger" 4x4r step bumper, tack, deluxe!. 253 per 1 .- % -
"was ''supposed to handle the job 'tu.tone paint sliding rear '.
alone" when she received a raise a' window & RWL tires. .
few months ago. r CJ
Clerk Robinson said she took the'' .. special value pkg..
raise in lieu of asking the town to (
purchase a computer She said if the : tires,spaed control. .{ 0 g. I .. i
town purchased a computer the 1(988Mustang' 'LX2dr. wheel covers AM/FM' V 203 =
council expected her to do the job ; prem. sound per 3 L
without help. Clerk Robinson works, dual electric mirrors. mo'
.i 32 hours per week.
,Mayor Rosier's interest in keepmg.
I the office open in the evenings and, Starting at only
COME BY and TEST the
,Saturday mornings to accomocdate DRIVE
residents was evidenced when he ..
agreed to the assistant clerk position $6195.

r. for being extended retained hours, with Included.the provision. ALL NEW FORD FESTIVA

Reaching agreement on additional
office hours Mayor' Rosier told

i Clerk be Robinson worked between to allocate herself the hoursto and Check Out These Quality Previously Owned Vehicle

'k'' her assistant since it is her depart I
ment.When Robinson Mayor'agreed.RosIer'' asked if 1'". '86 GS ''85 Silverado "'85 t
Topaz Chevy Ternp: t.t
anyone present is interested in ap ,I < : ,

ping for hand.the She job,was Ms.the Pepiprin only applicant rais;1 :f4 dr., AC, PS. ,PB=Nice, Carl! V-8, ,*:Auto,, Air,.AM/FM StereoQnIy$8995. CLEAN:Speed Control, It'WhiQrily :
and was hired on the spot.' '
Clerk Robinson says she is ; "
$5595. :
f $5995.
satisfied with Ms. Williams work as Only I, .: :.:_:
assistant clerk and looks forward to

her return, possibly in early March. : :" '80 Mazda RX7 '86,' tar'Wagon'' '87 Terpt '

Pay Raise for Lit... : .
Mayor Rosier told the council he 1' ;7 Passenger.V-6. Auto. Power : '',''':.f.,;'

"Wants Lit Phillips pay to be increased -, 5 spd., AC 5ter o. -: 'tylndows: ,'Power, Door Locks, Air I Auto AC,AM/Flvi Cassette, ,JPSPB. ,:;

's meters Phillips to $725, is a qualified long per 'hour standing to,install saying problem water that [SHARP for Only $3995'A.I .1. .:Ony! ,.$. 11 ,595.. ',OnIY'I: $,' )" :;..- I,,.i

with the town and should assume ,

the tion.responsibility The council for agreed meter with installs themayor's P'84' Chevy 5-10 ,Blazer' .: -.. :TOYOTA.: '.82MustpngQTBlaclCruns} J 'J

wage rate suggestion as requested.and Phillips raised is the in fc;, 5 spd., air, stereo.lOf\QEDI! ;Automatic: : ,{AC;'cruise, nice truck. : good Aa/Jtaw "3.':

charge of a work squad, and has
been with the town for 10 years. ; I : for Oni! '$36j95'
Phillips was earning$6.07 per hour $6995'I : ::for only $6995 .

before the raise. .. ,. '.1-. $" '

8,4 Bronco I II ,XLS. 85 Escortadn.Aufoy.Ae.cCEANt: 84F-150SWB SUISilverado.

4 spd. AC. tutone PS.'PB,, ,
.2 5 SPD.,'AC;STEREO, PS. PB. ,( : ; : r' -AM/FM stereo. ." PC ,
Tennis 88 I ".: ,. CAPT. .' : n ", J: ; ,Ti! '1
t Cntro.i? ;
r-....t. ; : r I.'. .Only$5995
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Pius, the schedule should be ..; ; / "oJ ,. ..1 ...: ...:j,\,;..,: ,.___" ..' \ "' ;...-" .. .

,tougher than last year with Payments based on Ford Factory Rebates as down payment.Terwillegar 10,5%APR. 66 Mos. with approved credit.
St.Augustine, district champions In. _
1987.added.BHS finished fourth out .
of nine schools in the district.
Returnees:Joy VeUenga;Amy g6 Fold
Lewis,11; Tricia Parade 11; Carrie Motors:
Shaw, 11; Holly Shields 11, and Jill 6
Strickland ,11, Seeds are not yet 3 02 a
established.. "
Newcomers: Jennifer Brown 12; tutonhaspt 473-FORD f.m118 .
Pam Carter, 12; Julie Ferguson. 11; 964-7200 371-1096 388-FORD' '$4.3.9.
Cindy Samons 11, played in 9Ui, Starke "' .e Keystone HgtsStateKoad.21 ''S
grade but not last year; Angela-Par- $9895. Gainesville> Jacksonville / .
nelLie; Mayra Cruz 9; Amy Gnf-, 209 W Madison ;? -:'- .-_ .
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Bradford Olympians Travel to, CompeteIn

Special Olympics in TallahasseeTen

Special Olympic Athletes Plympton and Michelle Click.Livingup
from Bradford County traveled to to its motto "Everyone is a Win
Tallahassee' ,to compete in the ner" all athletes received gold
Florida State Special Olympic In- silver or bronze medals or ribbons,
door Games last weekend (Feb.:5-7). .for competing in all events.
They competed In Basketball Individual The weekends filled with'many
Skills and Bowling events: at events besides athletic competition.The .
the' Florida State University athletes were treated to a
facilities. "Welcome Dance" with music provided
Over 1200 mentally handicapped by Radio Station FM 104's
athletes from 55 counties competed Steve Ocean which is always a
m basketball bowling, gymnastics, highlight of many Special Olympic
and weightlifting events. State events. They also,enjoyed a
I cl First place winners from Bradford "Victory Banquet" at the,
4r County included Lawrence Henkeri Tallahassee Civic Center, where
son. Billy Mimbs and Cherish Green. some of the 800 organizers and
Paul Mercer placed second in volunteers were recognized for helping -
basketball skills; while Vivian make the event so successful.
,Mercer earned second In bowling, Besides the competition,one of the
competition. greatest highlights of the weekendwas
Other winners included Lori Lee, watching the Florida State
Joy Brown, Lisa Penska,,, Glenn University Seminoles basketball
team beat Cincinnati, 10068. Tears
filled Billy Mimbs' eyes with excitement -
L Ha as the 100th point was scored,
eta and he exclaimed "We did itt! We
> R did JU"! For most of the special
olympians, it Was their first chance
ever watching a college basketball
game. Pat Kennedy, FSU's head
basketball coach, was general
c chairperson for the State Games,
and was credited for recruiting with
/ i much of the pre-event promotion as
r M well as the 800 volunteers from the
Tallahassee community '
", Special Olympics U,the\world's
largest athletic training program for
,mentally handicapped adults and
M '
children.Over one million athletes

compete each year from over

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to distribute HOOVER.Convertible
count of conspiracy co" .

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Cleaner withHeadlight

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Nine arrests were made Wednesday -
,' Feb. 17 in the continuing investigation 0 r..r r
into drug activity in the Sole1499S
'Bradford County area. 1 1I.A f
SPIRIT 900 '
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Starke Assistant Chief of Police W.
'S. Scotty( ) Rhoden and attorney I 7Vi Qt. Disposable Hag I .....Met
Dudley Hardy were among those Dual Full Tim Edge) "
charged In a Federal grand Jury indictment $19995 .
Cleaning'16Ft.Powe Beg.'aiertootaDaciMMtrtm .
issued by' the Middle. High performance dogs d...rve a high ''l f- '/ \ 'Cord ,
District of Florida.:. performance dog food.That's why we ;" r i { 'r
make Gold Kiel HI Pro with full 27% Handy Topsld Switch Hum hI'torInaIlClUIIaIIIICdDr,
Rumors on the street'have been protein-tar more than the 21%or j + ..raw""I-11IIICI
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In ordinary dog foods. i ..
the few months that 95
steady past a .'\ CofMnfantbuKHn ..
1 big raid of elected officials and prominent -, 'The Gold Kist HI Pro Formula o h.n'\ I ..*' I:,.S129' I cmii>ig hondteejiion .. rs.: .
citizens to be of the < te. a bog .
were part .....ty dlgeatlble aource of all the t
grand jury indictments or arrests. vitamins,minerals,and......Ilal I I
This did not turn out to be the case nutrients your dog need for max' .' }
since most of the arrests Wednesdaywere !imum.n.rgyandgoodhSaith, ;: HOOVER Self Propelled
people who have been involvedin Concept One Cleaning System
A Wend of ad-natural Ingredient. r=
drug traffic or have other Gold KIst HI Pro has a flavor that +
t. criminal records.' _....N a perfect reward for a job POWER! '. Quadraf lex. Agitator
*.done In fad,we guarantee that .
your dog will love H,or you can return the unused : Brushed Edge CleanIng'
The arrests ,portion to place of purch e for a fuN refund! rj" 16 quart 'disposable bag

capped a two yearinvestigation : Get the food that's made for active dogs.Gold KIst, '. ,( ..:Automatically,adapts to' Hoo'-
Hi Pro Dog Food.
most .
.carpet .
thatis Ip
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still continuingin C. Tryour special and'John, : 'ci grip '",,",, Dot'

three : ,Kim or Heavy will give you a: Comfort fingertip grip controls with, c.-
the early morning hours
cars containing FBI and FDLE
agents meet in the parking lot at ,Reg $8,50with ..,r...,...
US-301 : ...
Florida Surplus Property on i .rs.wr.
south of Starke and the arrests' ? coupon $7.50:: '

began., 4Q4b : Tell
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'L. J.' 'Norman, Judith Aikire : 'them you'saw a.f. -216"' J89'1tt

Moody Lane Carter Ralph Goodman -' :..........:................: it in the MulletEncephalomyeJitus ,--i
Clyde Moody were all charged Wrapper 'Sa''
with various charges drug traffic .

Shirley officer Merrill at RMC Hart.was' 29,served correctional a, Influenza Vaccine sleeping Specials on 2'4995

summons to appear for conspiracyto sickness: for horses. 10 or Horse Tack & .
distribute marijuana and distribution nt..21stHu
of marijuana. James Albert more $5.25 Barrel Saddles! Quantities Limited
Watson in custody_of Mlami Correc'tiona7&nter -
was also. -charged In Ivermectrin Check with us on. .....

the indictment special prices for FREE, DELIVERY'' SINCE 1923 90.Days Same as "

Horse PasteWMR Pasture Lawn & Garden DENMARKFURNITURE Cash
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:.Correction... 10-10-10 J-J'J[ 'J Credit Terms vallableCallt.
( Melanie Trimble (above) was $7.25 ; -. 'l: '

identified as Sophia Fanton 6-8-8 NEWSTOREF40JRS'DENMARK'S
wrongly .
in the Feb. .4 edition of The ----- "." i "
g 434 W. Call" St./411 Wt 8'" 5:30:
Telegraph.' Both girls were winners ---- US 301 N.. 'll ,

in the BMS Science Fair, Melanie in .:--...__ .___ Madison St. Starke. FL Monday-Friday
the Microbiology category, and GOLD KIST at Farmers Market :: Across from Winn-Dlxlas Marketplace 81.
Sophia in the Behavorial Science I [YYlno-olxi.' _
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category :,. !day ,
errors The Telegraph' apologizes for. the I FEED.. ANIMAL HEALTH DIVISION 2226' N. Temple ,j

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I Rev. Walter Lee Selected, Minister of, the' Year .

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'(' *Rev. Walter H.'Lee was selected* WHe of 43 yean, Mrs. Elde Thomas was active in years past with Bradford Lodge 35 of""FOAM where
I ,., by the Kiwanis Club of Stark as IRe on Oct. 14, 1944. He became an the late Rev Lacy Conway in the he has served as chaplain for the last
{ "The' Minister of the Year" on ordained Minister at his first ministry at our local prison system. twenty years.Along with his wife,he
January 19. This award, started in church, the First Baptist Church of Rev.Lee Is a 44 year member of the' Is a ten-year member of the Order of
1982,has been given annually for the Bryceville on Dec. 17, 1947. Since ,American Legion Post 56 and a 30 the Eastern Star. (
.1' past five years to a deserving that time, Rev. Lee has served con- year member of the Disabled Rev. Lee believes it pays to be a
; i minister for his work and dedicatlonr -. tinuousl/ for over 40 years in the American Veterans Post 61. He is a Christian first,then you can be nice,
; not only in his specific church, ministry. charter member of the York Rites In to others, no matter what race or
!: ', but primarily for his contribution to He has served in seven churches Lawtey, a member of the Scottish religion they are.Rev.Lee said that
!/f" the Starke and, Bradford County during his ministry and Is currently Rites In Jacksonville, and a he would not take any amount of
Community the Associate Pastor under Rev. longtime member of the Starke money to do what he does for /his
Each year the community is LeRoy Olive of AirPark Baptist Shrine Club. '
.. '" surveyed by the Kiwanis Club, to Church In Starke,where he has been Rev.Lee has been a Mason since
::, I nominate their choice for "Ministerof active since June IS,1965. August 2, 1934. and is a member of
:;;' the Year",by stating reasons why
their nominations'\ should be -- --
presented with this award. The
.,rIonorcd. Kiwanis Club Spiritual Aims Com
i. mittee then selects the recipient .
,i depending upon their: community
,, service contributions. *
?;:; Rev. Lee age 80, who along with CHIROPRACTIC CENTER
his wife Elde, now lives on U.S.301,.
Starke Office
North of Starke,was born June 13. ,
U 1901 in the' Russell area of Clay, 218 S. Walnut St.
County He received his high school
diploma in Starke and attended college Next lo The Clumber Of Commerce
"''. in Jacksonville. Rev.Lee serv-
,, ed his country during World War U
in the U.S. Navy Seabees Battalionas
-- uu_ I a carpenter's mate first class, ( TULLERCHIROPRACTIC
lI ... during which time he traveled to the
I Starke' Club Representative Steve Futch presents SUrke'i. Rev, South Pacific: His company scored CENTER
with a in one hand and a shovel ,
Walter IL Lee with a plaque designating him*the KlwanU Minister in the other, he proudly tells Keystone Heights Office

Year. listeners. 2608, S. Lawrence Blvd.
He was medically discharged on
Americana love their; birds, Sixty August 30, 1944, after two years of 4737213PAIN
two miliori Americans regularly put ,active duty. Rev. Lee married his 7
gut seed .in backyard feeders. In '
ract, one,expert estimates that bird
c'ruhusidxt* buy over one" million
tons of bird teed each year. What's, L IDIE 5'. fcl' _CONTROL
niort. they spend a, total of $618 G-E INJURIES
million. each'year buying seed, bird Come in Headaches
I'k ederN. bird baths and bird houses IVFRNON
and &i : & Arm Work Related"

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REDDISH priced

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'car.'$7495.. lingerie. I HOURS DAY;,- DAYSA:; WEEK
Sale good through February 29th.. QQ 24 ; ,
Hwy 3O1 N. Stark VISA The Finest In Ladles Fashions MasterCard
Hours: Mon-Frl R:30-6:00: p.m. ,Sat By Appointment.
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I Drug Arrests Sv.X S

-. _ ._- *,' PEST CAMPBELL'S Termites are activein
from IB / INC

pye_. --. -"' ; tar' .., ,.MILU LOCATED WET..,OP JOXtiVIUI.-,..",QAIMMVILLI MALI, this areal'! ,

caine; Hardy, 'who turned himself rcocaine and three counts of possession The two year investigation is not .. And termites cao. nvade
,into U. S. Marshals at the Federal of cocaine with intent to ,over and further developments are
courthouse In Jacksonville,is charg distribute Clyce Moody is charged expected according to Special I any home or building
ed with conspiracy to distribute Cocaine with conspiracy, to'' distribute cocaine Agent George Wlanovsky. it
delivery of cocaine aiding ; Goodman Is charged with The investigation has resulted in \ ''with little trouble. jSQ
and abetting in the delivery of co- delivery of cocaine and two counts of the indictment and convlct.4m. of .
caine; Norman is charged with conspiracy possession of cocaine with intent to twelve other people including Lucian ,. Large or small structures,
to distribute cocaine, four distribute and Judith Moody is Paul Bradley Noonan Bradley, -
counts' of possession of cocaine with charged with conspiracy to Jeffery Harris, Van Prescott, BUly, J w .; 'old or new homes, .m. ,
Intent' to distribute, six counts of distribute cocaine, possession/ of cocaine Griffis, William Wilson, Jr., James ,. ,,J '
distribution of cocaine; 'Carter Is with intent to distribute and Conroe,Nancy Conroe,Maurice Ed- ... \ make no difference to
charged with conspiracy to deliver delivery of cocaine to an individual wards sit of Starke area; Richard wolibcEltSOLDIER. .
under 21. Tillman of Jacksonville; James Act.._ QlJI.EN: Ht....,.... the hungry termite.PMOMt --
New Vo-Tech Also under indictment awaiting Ronald Kelly of Keystone Heights ..._H... FL.,. ..wnl,........w ..Io..?.. Hi dAadiL .. ,
Course ScheduleThe trial Michael is Karen Norman Mulls 35,of former Melrose Starkeresident and and Faye officer Hall of with Lake Baker City (Correctional correctional Lad O m/on u.h..,_drf. """."-w a.u....oo4r.."' .rlr.' U1-OO4*.OAlNtSVILlS4UUU>ALACHUA ,IIIIIHSHCTIONI.
+n r
following classes are being offered now living in.Texas. Institution. ). .us.e.wr_-MI,1.,1 .Ta00JJD000 *ISTIMATMCUT
at the Bradford Vocation -
Technical Center or Orange Street
Pre-registration Is required fort
classes. For more Information, call
9644800 Ext. 122.

March Beginning through Flower April 12 Arranging, Tuesday I, -EVERYDAY LOW PRICEMILICfNCPBIC.ADC' [ EVERYDAY LOW PRICE A WRAPPED PRIIUS. 1
7-10 p.m. Registration; $18. "-
March 3'- April 14, Thursday, 7-10 MAXWHL HOUSE J
p.m. $18. T-120 EG f RLOIN
Beginning Cake Decorating : -: ,
March 1.29, Thursday, 7-10 p.m. '15. VIDEOTAPE ,\ TIPS
School Bus Driver Training: Feb.
23 March 26, Monday/Thursday, I

.7-10. p.m. $10.ACTSAT .Prep Classes: To-Be-
Announced (TBA), TuesdayThursday $ '
3l4:49: : p.m., $40. 2'E $349 $167or.tO.
ACT/SAT Prep Classes: Saturday L* S.
9 a.m. *Noon. $40. u cHOK{
Child Care Certification Pre-Teitt H L
Tuesday, 6:30-8 p.m. No fee. Please BAG
call to be placed on list.

service Child)Care. Please Refreshers call to be(8-hour placed in-on M COuu :,. . Nl"; MtUe. ,,..._... .- 'I" T-. .' r.110" TipRoot ,''82" Yiptt.' ." c_, -. ...82"

list. Class will be held in March. .
Advanced Cake Baking: Please
call to be placed on list.Class will beheld
In March. $15. Winn-Dixie T
,, Child Birth/Parenting Please Ft
call to be placed on list.Class will be
held in April.No fee. .4N R -iOwrr A
Fire FightersVolunteers Please
call to be placed on list.

Rev. Leefrom

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community, by visiting and helping
those. who are sick or less fortunate. .
," Rev Lee was presented with a ( ,
certificate< from the Kiwanis Club of PRICES GOOD, 'IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
Starke and his name has been added STARKE
permanently to the Minister of the m mm.-M.0Ip11O.IXMA ba...,tlta-c.u An.a M..nt
Year Plaque, which is hanging at the
Western Steer Steakhouse Moue TO K AsvoNaaw
THURS. WED., Asc s nUuLT o.
,Special... FEB. II 24, ,19M ,wwtew or THE ogres,- .

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seventy coutrles. Athletes competein
divisions according to their age, f
sex, and ability. The motivation and "..... L,
courage of these athletes show that *...n7it
effort is often more important than
:winning. _aRANO
Starke will host the Outdoor County '
Special Olympics Games on' ; SMOKED) PICNICS ... 9
MarchXJses, at the Bradford HighSenooIiracK OVER 11.000 EVERYDAY
,field. Track and field .: LOW DlTHallff .IflISNT
events will include the Softball 11'07 PRICES h
throw, running/walking races as La Avn 8 7 TO GIVE YOU A
well broad as the running and 'standing LOWE FOOD BILL M7.7. -&$519$359

Volunteers jumps.are needed to help with P er---:-: .. Pic i ks<"7. 117 (CONNIE 0H( PUCES-rOirU LIKE THE SAVINGS'
scoring,awards entertainment,ser '-
'ving refreshments, etc. All eventsare
free of charge. The public is invited ....n..clrawwu.u S
to come out and cheer these FRYER (
special, athletes on. LEGCKIARTERS . 310 I i MAYONNAISE '
1' For more information contact t La ; ,. AT EyiRTB1AYPR! 'Brenda County Coordinator ,
Janet Keith, MADISON HAND r lie'TUIKlT
964-6093, or C
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and Lance Wiggins showed
reserve grand champion male and
female lunousin cattle at the Flonda
State Fair in Tampa.
Lance earned three anunals to the .
fair the award winning Limousin
female,a steer, and a one year old
bull.The bull took first place m its
The steer,' weighing 1,092'IDs.,,
brought $1,638 at $1.50 per pound,
and was purchased by Hillandale '
Farms of Lake Butler. ... .. ,
The young bull and the prize wining .,.4 .. i; Jli\ }1fJi:, ",.
female Limousin were not,of-
fered for sale.' ,
I Billy Harrison did'not offer his GROUP:HOME FOR AMBULATORY SENIOR
pnze,,winning male Limousin.. for ADULTS REASONABLE RATES '
The youth steer program,in which DAY CARE AVAILABLE,FOR ELDERLY
I,' Lance was competing, requires a
Prize Winner... student to purchase a steer, raise ALONG WITH WEEK-LONG TERMS
Lance bit prize-winning< den at the State Fair In Tampa.' and train it,then bring it to the State *' 24 HOUR SUPERVISION
Fair to show and sell.The goal of the
.i Tennis Instruction program is to teach responsibility,
J.E. Service leadership and patience.The ,SUE LOTT 'WALKER
Starke or Keystone Accounting steer must be fed twice a day,
Private Lessons Bookkeeping & Income Tax' Preparation from the date of purchase. He must, ,A, Country, Atmosphere With A Home Type Setting
receive care training daily a
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I Obituaries

,. Graveside''funeral services' were, Mrs. Marie McNeill Born July 18, 1909 in Anderson Newman: 'of Jacksonville; -three
brothers Buck
,' Moore of lianham .
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held Sunday Feb. 14 at Dekle Township of North Carolina Rev.
';\: grandchildren,and, several step- Cemetery in Lake Butler with Rev. Mrs. Mane Dyal McNeill, 64, of Moore moved to Keystone in 1972 Md.N.C. Carlton Moore of Burlington,
Mrs. grandchildren step-great and
Margery Colley Ben Bryant officiating. Burial was Gainesville, died February 12 at her. from ,Jacksonville. He' was a Hoyt, Moore of
; Mr*. Margery H. Colley, 80, of other grandchildren relatives.along with numerous under the direction of Archie Tanner residence following an extended, il- member of First Baptist Church of ''and Vanceyvule three great-grandchildren., N.C:; 9 grandchildren

Cape Coral, Fla., died Wednesday, Funeral Home of Starke. lness.A Keystone Heights Past president of Funeral services
native of Brooker, Mrs. NcNeill the Jacksonville Ministerial for Rev. Moore
: Baptist
10 in
Cape Hospital of Cape Cor- Funeral' services were held were held Saturday, Feb. 13 in First
moved to Gainesville 42 Assn. former member of
al following extended years ago. longtime '
an illness.
Wednesday, 17 in the Pleasant Baptist Church of Keystone Heights
Born March IS, 1907 in Alabama Valley Church of She was a homemaker a retired Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs Ordainedin 'with
Baptist Waycross C.
Ray Melton"Dr., E. Win-
;, Mrs. Coney moved to Cape. Coral with Rev. Russell Anglin and Rev. Mrs. Laura Hall secretary and of the University of 1938, Rev. Moore had pastored son Butler and Dr.J. Howard Cates
Florida a member of Lake Baptist churches 'in Indiana,
from Starke. She
was a homemaker, Jimmy Coyle officiating. Burial was
officiating. Interment was in
a former worker Mrs. Laura Joyner 87 Forest Baptist Church. of Virginia, North Carolina andFlorida
with the Postal Ser- in the Greenlawn Cemetery in Lucy Hall Keystone Heights Cemetery under
vice and a former hospital Waycross. Miles-Odum Funeral of.Theressa. died Tuesday, Feb. 16 Gainesville. for fifty years. He was a the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof
employee.She was a protestant and Home of Waycross was in charge of. Bradford; Hospital following an Survivors include her hivband graduate of Elon College in North Keystone.
the widow extended illness. William R. McNeill of Gainesville; Carolina and the(Southern Baptist
the late John Ray Col ,arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the
of family -
daughter Mrs Ann Linnins requests
'rheological Seminary of Louisville
ley, a former Starke resident. BornJan.27laolinMitledgeville. donations to the Foreign MIS-
Survivors include two daughters. ,Ga., Mrs. Hall moved to Bradford Gainesville; two sons Roy B.McDavid Survivors include his wife, sion Board through the ,San Jose
Dr. Martha Frances Gurwit of Cape Daniel L. Kite County In 1924, She was a Jr. of Brooker and James'R. ,Virginia L, Moore of Keystone; two Baptist Church in Jacksonville
Coral, and Mrs. Shirley C. Salzmanof Mr. Daniel Littleton Kite 90. of homemaker ,a former McDavid of Gainesville; sister, daughters Mrs. Eveann Howard of the First Baptist Church in Keystone
McLean schoolteacher Ethyl Ellerbee of Panama City; Newnan Ga.:, and Mrs. Mal',Dare
Va.; four grandchildrenand formerly employedat Heights.
Green Cove Springs, died Monday
Sunland Center and brother, Dyal of Lawtey; five
two Training
Feb: is in Clay Memorial Hospital of
grandchildren and three
Graveside funeral services were Green Cove Springs following an ex member of Hope Baptist Church. : ..
held Saturday, Feb. 13 at Santa Fe tended illness. Survivors include her husband
Cemetery in Hampton with Rev. Clyde' Hall; two daughters, Mrs. Funeral services were held Mon
Born Jan. 25, 1898. in Lake Butler,
Olive Carrie Mae Ritch and Mrs. day Feb. 15 at the Chapel of Archie 'LONGCHAM'PHOMES
LeRoy officiating. Intermentwas Marjorie
Mr. Kite moved to Green Cove Spr- Tanner Funeral Home with the Rev..
in Santa Fe Cemetery under the Hutcheson both of
ings six from Starke. He
years ago G. Dale Linder Burial
t'' direction of Jones Funeral Home of Theressa; son, Rodney Hall'of officiating.
was a member of Baptist
: Starke. Hope Theressa was in Santa Fe Cemetery, with Archie
; sister Agnes Daughtry of
Church, a retired farmer,. and a Tanner Funeral Home' in'
Ga.r 9
retired correctional officer with the ,
13 great-grandchildren. charge!_of) arrangements.

Mrs. Hattie Mae Trent Dept.Florida.of Corrections' State of Funeral services will be held Friday Rev. O.D. MooreRev.

', Mrs. Hattie'' Mae Dixon Smith Survivors include three step at 3 p.m. in Hope Baptist Church ARE YOU IN THE MARKET FORA
"" Green with Rev. Gary Heath officiating. In- O D. Moore 78, of Keystone
daughters Mitchell of
Trent, 19, died Monday morning at Betty terment died Feb. in
\< will be in Hope Cemetery Heights, Tuesday, 9, '
Cove Jennie Broumfield of Jackson '
her residence in Waycross, Ga., under the direction of Jones Funeral Baptist Medical Center of.Jackson DREAM HOME?
Miss., and Ruth Martin of Tyler
following an extended illness. ,
Home of Starke. ville following a brief illness.
A native of Brantley County Ga., town Miss.; one stepson, John
Mrs.Trent lived most of her life in Statham of Anchorage, Alaska; and 'Longch IJ1P'Homes of Starke has just completed a beautiful,
Ware County.She resided in Melrose ,four nephews. r
See me at ,spacious and unbelieveably custom-3BR modet inconveniently
t from 1970 to 1987, then moved backto Funeral services were held ,,
Ware County for health reasons. Wednesday, Feb. 17 in DeWitt C. located DEERWOOQ Subdivision on US 301S.

She was a a homemaker, a Jones Chapel in Starke with Rev. 'TerwillegarMotors '
member of the Eliam Baptist Pat Murphy officiating: Intermentwas .
Church and the Susie Preston Sun- in Dyal Cemetery under'' the Call for a viewing appointment and see what; a difference

.day Survivors School Class include in Melrose.her husband, Starke.direction of Jones Funeral Home of for TRUE CUSTOM BUILDING! can ''mak .' Brick Veneer and

Melvin N. Trent of Melrose; three New&t.sed: VehecleS' f Virtually Maintenance' Freet! priced, Right! FHA, VA, CONV

daughters Mrs. Yvonna Hendrixand Johnnie PowellMr. I FINANCING AVAILABLE! CALL LONGC AMP'
Mrs. Dorothy Cawthon, both of 209 w; Madison St" Starke
,Melrose and Mrs Wanda Strickland Johnnie Powell 34, of Starke.' ,HOMES TODAY: 964-6853 .
; of Waycross, Ga.; two sons Joe W, died Friday Feb 12 at Bradford 9647200'J
t,, Smith and B. H. Smith, both of Hospital. or: ask about our government subsidized loans,,available through. Farmers

; Waycross; step-daughter,Mrs. June He was a native of Lake City, but k Eddie Starling Home Mortg ge.n .

Dennis"of Melrose; two step-sons' lived most of his life in Starke. He -_ ___... -- '
.' Eugene Trent of Portsmouth, Ohio, was formerly employed by the
and Edward Trent of .New Starke Fire Department. He was 4

Philadelphia, Ohio; five sisters, self-employed as a carpet layer. He .. .. "" .. --,
Mrs. Neva Crews of Hoboken, Ga., served with the Florida National
Mrs. Nona Pearl Martin Mrs. 'Guard and attended Bradford Coun-'
Fronie Jordan, Mrs.Alva Hall,all of' ty schools. He attended First Baptist ..11If1/ .H /

Jacksonville and Mrs. Rosetta, Church of Starke.. J'Jl ."p 1
Newton of Lake City,Fla; a brother, Survivors include' his mother,
Rev! Hughie Dixon of Waycross Mrs. Virginia Powell of Starke; and .. !
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Organizational'meetings for the Exercise. ,
Morning .. *
;,,1988 slow pitch Softball season are and Friday Video ,Recorder' for $399. '
: :.."; ", set Monday Feb. 22. Tuesday, Thursday ; r.g.
:" ".1' ', The Women's League meeting is beginning at 9:30: a.m., upstairs in "
\,! set for 7 p.m., the Men's and Men's the old armory building the Rec GETS

";": Church Leagues at 7:30: p.m. Dept Classes are free. Instructor: FISHER --.- ..... ....... ,'-.;...... .. ------ ,
'set Cheryl Godwin. In FREE MovieRentals I
second meetings are '
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March 28; 7 p.m.. for the Women's ,
League' 7:30: .p.m. the Men's, andMen's e Remote Control : !
... ..The Church meetings will be held in the '. '1 to, ,pay ,Tirne'' I : ,Sony 19" Color: T.V.,

old armory, across N,"Temple* AAve.: ..... ,ii',. With Remote Control and !Many Features
.Y '" :U from'BrtdfordHignSchool. atl... -'COM Xil' &a$ .V z. .'
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i .' how many teams wiull i
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how to schedule practices, GnatlLlt.rJo.ndwlfk '
league fn/or/
, *< ;i- cost and league 'tf Variable Power Cooking Central Coannlnt* ''IN'' 4 ,i'i I i
the Per
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rules. Cards and rosters Browning ,i F
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wit be the $ 2 9 9
,, }'; <\i ; The March to meeting the league. 7.00 a w..k for a year dew u 4 J100
date join $565
'', ,' .' closing 1987 i -*"
dates will be C-10'Pickup,
fees and due ,
A';; ,! \ Movies -
It''e1'; ',;. :, ',, set, according to Recreation Director tu-tone blue topper FREE O plus I tat '
'I) i .' Cheryl Godwin ; ,, =Plus Small Dowri i .

1J 4,)I, :,1ii'1'1'f'',('i It is important that the manager V-8, ,AT, AC, PS, "-', Payment PLUS $75 FREE. MOVIES
: or a team representative
rf :, ,', those meetings, says Ms. Godwin. If PB. 9995. ''I ,All
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;;" 964-6792, by 5:30 p.m. on the meeting : '
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State, Attorney's Report ,

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tal --- :' theft of livestock dismissed Vern William WkUdine ''Jr arrested
---- grand ;
Jerome Lee arrested .July'? for center: Dec. 197 for VOP; ,
The Bradford Office of State Attorney for'grand theft; pled'guilty,'placed burglary; pled no contest placed on found guilty, court dismissed case. ,victim does not wish prosecute' disorderly Dec.conduct 23 for ;battery ease transfer of LEO
three probation, abstain from Vivian Delorts Burch ,charged lacks prosecutive
Eugene Whitworth received on five years probation $500 fine years Dec. 18 misdemeanor division. '
arrested red to
19 new individual cases ''and/or court reserved jurisdiction: to re- alcohol, submit to evaluation by with aggravated assault; no infor- Sharone Gainey Aldridge arrested Jan. 7
all conditions submitto mation filed',, insufficient evidenceas for DUI resisting'arrest with Wayne
felony defendants for prosecution quire restitution:* arrested BUGC, follow ; Into occupied vehicle
November, 1987 for VOP found guil- substance, abuse testing, make to this defendant. violence; case transferred to misdemeanor for shouting .
during the month of January, according dismissed, restitution made.
division. __
to Investigator Wiley Clark. ty VOP, placed on two years com> restitution. Inmate Eladio Tomas Euzagarte !! :,. .... __.r- gaze
.two of the cases were prison mumty control followed by two Karen Renee Anderson arrested charged with aggravated battery,
related. years probation.Don Sept, 10 for aggravated child abuse; possession of contraband,a weapon;
Information was filed on. 14 prior Crawford arrested August 15 pled no contest, sentenced to five no'' information filed insufficient Music"Evangelist
Standards in
DOC followed five evidence as to this defendant.
cases and the office declined to pro for aggravated assault; .case'transferred years by years
to misdemeanor divi- probation, submit to evaluation Inmate Eddie Derrick Howard ar'rested ,
secute three cases. Five cases were Carstens arrested Oct. 28 for aggravated battery
Guy Tom,Davis .
dismissed. There trial
was one jury '
filed sion.Donald Christopher Banks 'ar- i July 21 for possession of cannabis'more ; pled no contest aggravated
One violation of was -
rested Nov. 18,1986 for burglary of than 20 grams; pled guilty, battery;sentenced to 15 years DOC,.
and of were ac
nine pleas guilty
conveyance, theft; pled guilty Dec. placed on five years probation, sub consecutive.
cepted. misdemeanor 7, 1887, placed on three years proba-' mit to evaluation through BUGC Wanda Henderson arrested Sept.8 Iii
Fifty-one' caseswere tion, make restitution. ,, complete follow all recommendations, for welfare fraud; pled guilty, plac.
filed and ten pnor cases were GED. cooperate with FDLE. fined $1,000. ed on five years probation. '
dismissed by the office in January Richard W. Miketl arrested April, Brenda Lee Newby arrested Feb: Arnold C. Guynn charged with Multi-Media .
said Clark. The olfice: declined to 1986 for grand theft; pled guilty Dec. 20, 1986 for battery of law enforce- fraud; no probable cause found.
prosecute 22 cases.,There were two 1987 placed on three years proba- ment officer resisting arrest with Kenneth A: Mertweather arrested Slide Presentatlof'"I' ,, .
nohjury trials and 20 guilty pleas tion, submit to drug/alcohol treatment violence, disorderly conduct; pled 'July 17 for possession of cannabis, ,{ ,
were accepted. make restitution. 'no contest resisting arrest without possession of cocaine case dismissed
Fourteen petitions' were filed in Pete Hodge arrested June 26 for violence and disorderly conduct, unable to locate' essential
juvenile court. the state attorney' manufacturing cannabis; pled guilty =! 'placed on one year probation. com- witness. '& '
Wednesday Thursday .
dismissed two juvenile petitions and placed on three years probation plete program of, DOC restitution Gina, Michele Dahl charged with ,
declined the recommendation of $500 fine, must submit .to drug '
HRS, on one petition. Seventeen testing. Feb. 24& -25 ". .
pleas of guilty were accepted. Woods arrested '
the following cases received final' May 25 for Eugene driving while'' license HANDI-House PORTABLE BUILDINGSNO 7:30'p.m.. ."
dispoSItion during; the month of 'suspended, driving under tnfluence; PAYMENTGood
January. pled guilty DUI, sentenced to 18
Bradford Church
JO Alice Goodman arrested July t months DOC, remainder of five Selection to Choose From Baptist .

for burglary A. Hauter; case dismissedKeith arrested Nov. 11, years evaluation on probation by TASC, submit submit to to We also have C&C Mini-Storage Facilities Located on 100A (GriffIs Loop) at the railroad tracks.

for 'resisting otiicer with violence, substance from alcohol.abuse testing, abstain Hwy 301 'South i_ Just off. .SR 100 towards Keystone Heights. "
disorderly conduct case transferred -
to misdemeanor; division. Charles Thomas Ledbetter ar- 964-8848 Starke. Florida
thomas Alvin Padgett arrested rested July 14 for i aggravated
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,JUlY, 13 for grand theft!; Insufficient assault with deadly weapon pled no ,
of dwelling,
contest burglary a
evidence as to this case
dismissed. 'placed on five years probation abstain
from use of alcohol, submit to
arrested July 20
tor Timothy Leggette and delivery of con- evaluation by BUGC, submit' to ,-, .: ,
possession abuse all I ,. ; "
substance testing
pay ,i ,' ,
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sentenced to five fines in other' cases, pay all costs \ ; ;." :,' !> ,' ,
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force personal not injury likely May to cause 4, 1981 servlous pled no j. injuries' with, a 24-hour ,enieroenro'r: :< ;p':\:;\:!r,1' .:,,: ,
contest 'attempted lewd assault, At/ I ;fI 1 ,

conteact placed on with five victim years,undergo probation men-, no' ,"," 'appendectomies. i Johnny? room'.including a criticalfil: \ 1P'l[;'; :'\v'':': "

.Sf tat found fop health violation guilty evaluation, sentenced of probation:'arrested to two(VOP years Oct.);'' TARTH HANCOCK crashing: his! bicycle'and care unit and every high ,",<;id;'':"}? f/ '. '"

community the years probation control to,be; same followed conditions. by1'' ,1987, C-:10 P/U skinning His knee. Whattech' feature; ,.you'd expect" ::;<" ,'&: > ,:

_red/white, V-6,!AT,, 'the'medical need to 'find in' ::!: :' ,/i\'') .;.,,; : ,"
Willie Smith arrested March, 1986 AC,, PS PB,Like' ever ,a wellequippedi::;/ .(|";:; ,,
Fair, Winnersfrom New. 10295. 'there was a place in 's tarKe, hospital 1 of.the 80's. :/; ':':' ,':'..:f:'"

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Billy,16:is the son of Mr.and Mrs. ORIAN WELLS ,,:'.? !:iL"i", ) .
Charles grade! at McKmney BHS., ,and Is in the 11th CHEVY OLDS ,place'you could depend on Bradford: or t h.esurroun d-' .,' ':.: ;.,)t\'i\ ::';://f" ,

Young people representing 30 4-H HWY 301 North for And look to for'all ,':, 4 j, < :
and flonda FF counties A'chapters to participate came from in the 11 Starke96475OO expert care. now1, ing area, us {;jt"tj" \\l< '

steer youth sale.beef,The competition fair closed and Feb.youth 14. you can go there any hour the medical care your '>!:./: ';:: ,I:;' ,
:of the day or'night. family needs. 24 hours, <. 6t3} ;r t,'!:\! (

Bradford. d :Hospital still'a' : daY Just'around ':" ':!{i?:' :: ;)! I, .

Stephen F. Smith cornerOnly :: ,: ;; :(; :-

Sawmill and Lumberyard ., : now, ,we're, in a ;,< ,:.\\1' ,:, '\ ",:,,'&;' .
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Woman Dies, 'tlon Grant and the Community ,Man States Stabbing spokesperson from Alachua County He endorsed proposed'' Senate 'be conducting driver 'license and
After Home Burns Development Block' Grant, which Also His Fault' Sheriff Office. The girl's family'' legislation that would reform procedures vehicle Inspection checkpoints durIng
rebuilt homes In the Reno area of the' brought the matter to the attention I used by federal courts to the week of Feb. Ii through Feb.
,A 81-year-old Starke woman died city.Dasher Richard'' Glen Myer 41, of of the authorities. .. review state criminal Judgements 23 on SR-100,SR-121 SR-231,SR-241,.
early Tuesday morning after her left PlanCom employment'Nov Keystone Heights who was stabbed and sentences. SR-238 CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
Lincoln City home burned. 18, 1887 but,remained part-; Feb. 8 in the stomach with a small Martinez asked to testify before CR-12S, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
Ida B.Griffin was taken to Brad- owner. kitchen knife, says Donna Eckman the committee to support the 796A in Union County
ford Hospital at 3 a.m. by Rescue Dasher died of an apparent'self- stabbed him in self-defense. Recent ArrestsIn Federal Habeas Corpus Reform Act.. _
'complaining of chest pains and dif inflicted gunshot wound. Myer said he was also at fault in Bradford CountyThe The bill,Senate Bill 260,would seta
ficulty in breathing She,died ap- the argument and stabbing and does one-year limit for state prisonersto
proximately 1/ hours later. The Traffic Arrests not plan to press charges against following arrests were made bring federal habeas corpus actions
'medical examiner said .she l died ,Eckman. recently in Bradford County by local challenging their state court
from natural causes. 'In Bradford CountyThe Eckman was arrested in the stabbing authorities convictions after state remedieshave
Griffin awoke to see the "whole following arrests for traffic for aggravated battery,She has been exhausted
kitchen on fire"".She got out of the violations were made recently by been released. Thomas Brian Lamay 21,was arrested .! Sheep will not drink from
house, into her car and drove down local authorities in Bradford County According to 'Myer, 'he has Feb. 12 for loitering,prowlingand FHP Troopers running water
the lane to escape, according to recovered from the stab wound. trespassing on school grounds ,
Sheriff Dolph Reddish. The Starke Steven Duke Roberts of Jacksonville according to Patrolman GeraldHayes. Continue License,
Fire Department was notified and Beach was arrested Feb. 13 for Bond was set at $500, he was I Vehicle Inspections''
arrived on the scene to find the rear I driving while 'license suspended Three ArrestedFor released on his own recognizance.
of the wood frame structure fully Involved (DWLS), according to Patrolman Bradford County
according to Lt. Rusty Bar' Michael McClain. He was released Loitering ''Jackie Edward Edmond; 37. was The Florida Highway Patrol will
rett.QR-10 also responded to the fire after a $210 cash bond was posted. arrested Feb. 11 on an order of arrest be conducting driver license and
but the structure was a total loss due I "Three men charged for loitering or (child support),according to Lt. vehicle inspection checkpoints during

to lack of water supply. The house Gerald Lee Brown,29,of Hamptonwas prowling Lawtey Feb.S.11 Border have, John Dempsey Edmond was the week of Feb. 19 through Feb.
been released to the U.
'was Just outside of the city limits, arrested Feb. 12 for DWLS Patrol. sentenced to five months, 29 days. 25 on SR-21. SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
said. Barrett. failure to pay fine),according to Investigator Jose 31, Rodolpho He may purge by paying fees and SR-16. CR-18, CR-18,. CR-21B.
The fire marshall said the cause of Rodriquez fines and starting child support CR-225 CR-125 CR-229. CR-231
David Aderholt. He was and ,
Olvera, 19; Jose Alex 24, were
the fire was possibly the stove or a released after$101.25 cash was paid. arrested near the Handyway on payments by Feb 24 CR-227, CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A
gas heater,said Reddish. in Bradford County.Recogniltlng .
call received
CR-225 after
a was
Responding- the fire was Lloyd Eugene Canon of Jacksonville the danger presentedto JACKBRAWLS J
Shell had
from Lawtey that they 'Marion 31
was arrested
Paramedics Cliff Chapman, Bill was arrested Feb. 12 for DWLS. the public by defective vehicle
been around the station, ac-
hanging Feb. 11 for violation of
O'Neal, Burl Traylor, Steve Futch., proba Troopers will concen.
according to Trooper W.M. Abrams. cording to Lt. John Dempsey.'Alez equipment
tion, according Investigator 1984
firefighters Rex Siemer,Jeff Harpe, He was released after a $210 surety also charged with of > to trate their efforts on vehicles being Dodge I
was David Aderholt.
possession Bond was, set at
Barrett and Correctional bad
defects such
Lawtey bond was posted. operated with as
a concealed firearm (a .22 $2,500 cash or surety.
Volunteer Fire Department. brakes, worn tires and defective
revolver). ., ''
Hinson of Hampton lighting equipment. In addition, at tu-tone paint7passenger
Douglas Hardy -
The immigrates were picked up by Neil Bass, 20, of Starke was arrested -
was arrested Feb. 13 for driving 'the border Feb. 12, tention will be directed to- drivers 45,000
Brother Dies patrol Feb. 12 for retail theft ,
under influence (DUD and DWLS, who would violate the driver license
From ShootingA according to Patrolman 'McClain.Hardy's resisting to arrest Patrolman without Susan violence Wiixer-,according '> laws of Flonda. miles. Like New! $6495
content The Patrol has found these checkpoints
blood alcohol was Starke Man Faces '
son. The store alarm' went off as
41-year-old man was charged in .18 percent. He was released after a to be an effective means of enforcing
the shooting death of his younger $572.SO surety bond was posted. Lewd Assault Charge' Bass was leaving, he was detained the equipment and driver
and of Bic Liters
brother last Thursday night. packs CHEVY OLDS
In Alachua County license laws of Flonda while insuring
Johnnie Powell, 34, died at 1:20: were found on him, according to the the of all motorists.
Johnson Williams, 18, of Starkewas protection !
''report. Bond was set at $735, he was HWY 301 North
a.m. Feb. 12 after being shot in the arrested Feb. 12 for unlawfultag 43-year-old Starke man has been
back sometime before midnight expired tag and fleemg attemp- arrested on a warrant from Alachua released on his own recognizance Union CountyThe Stark *

Feb. 11, according to Sheriff Dolph ting to elude according to County charging. lewd assault upon a Florida Highway Patrol will 96475OOPRE
Reddish. Patrolman McClain. He was releas young girl.Gareth
Powell's ,elder brother, Robert ed on his own recognizance. Frederick Jones was Martinez Writes .
Earl Powell, was arrested at his charged Feb. 12 with: two counts of On Death Delays r
home near Keystone Heights at 1:30: Gary E. Tetreault, 30, of Jackson- lewd and lascivious assault upon a
a.m.'and charged with his brother's ville was arrested Feb. 13 for DUI, child under 16 years of age, according : Gov. Bob Martinez sent letters ,SEASON SALE
death, said Sheriff Reddish Bond according to Trooper Donald Dean. to Investigator David Aderholt. Feb. It to'U. S. Senate Judiciary
was set at,$10,000, he remains in Tetreault, refused to take the Bond was set at 10000. Committee Chairman Joseph R.
custody. > Alachua County Judge Stan Morris -, Biden,Jr.and other members of the l
He released after
The two had been' drinking at a' breathalyzer. bond was was posted. authorized Jones' release from panel, urging new legislation to LAWNMOWERS; _
$362.50 surety
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Keystone Heights bar and .were the Bradford County Jail on his own' speed up executions of death row. in-, '
arguing about who should drive the ,M.J.Slocum,42,of Starke was arrested recognizance. Incidentsoccurring mates."' ,, ON SALE,
stem from The inordinate delays in Florida
vehicle to Johnnie home near Feb. 13 for DWLS accordingto charges
Starke.The Powell brothers stoppedthe Patrolman Mack Short. Slocumwas in August of last year until between sentencing and the carry
> of this and involve the out of death sentences is a direct,
vehicle on SR-100, got out and released after a $210 ,surety, January year mg
during the argument over who was bond posted. fondling of.a seven-year-old girl,according ,result, of the language of ,current I a.
driving, Johnnie was shot as he attempted was, to ,Spencer Mann federal laws,'',Martinez wrote.: SAVE'UP TO

to run,trom,Robert, said. Terry Alexander Green. 22, was "
Reddish: arrested Feb. 10 for improper $350.
Robert took his brother to Bradford sticker, expired tag, DWLS, (viola .
Hospital emergency room but tion of' probation),, according toDeputy

left himself Johnnie without died identifying about an Johnnie hour later or, Aderholt.Doug Bond York was and set Investigator at $2,500. ,( [;'E d'f' ,:bdt J3d1 1 BUY NOW \

and Robert was located at his home 'PAY LATER
and arrested fir o1-cR I" I L' NO DOWN Ask about FREE

PAYMENT our 4 year SET-UP &
Koby'ArrestedFor E2)g) cIY warrantyNO DELIVERY
Pizza Hut Robbery
t The man responsible the-ann ,
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custody of the Bradford County Jail. ; Hardware -- t

Amy Lee Koby 24? Hampton, > 'VA
called authorities in Crystal River to
turn himself in. Clay authorities $30. '$4O. '
were notified and Koby was arrestedat Perm Reg. HARDWARE a GARDEN CENTERS
the Waffle House on US-17 and
Sheriff's Department. Hwy 301 S Next t Millet* Gr By Dampiei Ph m,
Koby is charged with the armed $18. $25. 964-4642 473-4006 47524OOFashion
robbery of the Starke Pizza Hut Jan. 1986 Frosting Reg.

17, according to Deputy Doug York.
' Charges are also pending,'from Mazda Pickup% Christine Only .
Citrus County Bond has been set at

l$10,000 cash or.surety only like new, 4 spd.,
$4295.ORIAN Good thru Feb.24 ,9 6 4-4151. Good thru, Feb.,. 24 Stop

PlanCom Official 118 Thompson St. in Merle Norman Building
Dies Tuesday in KII WELLS

Jim Dasher, part owner of Plan- CHEVY OLDS '.

Com. Inc. died Monday night, Feb. HWY 3O1 North '
15, in Keystone Heights where he F 'TomPreSeason. '
I was staying with a fnend. "
Dasher 43, was projects manager 964-7500 '
'for: Starke's Downtown Revitaliza-
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted ADULT PARKi Clean 2 BR mobile home .to,' 205 N.; ,
\V mile fomcity.. Nice neighborhood. FOR RENT
to the Bradford County \ 2 BR, 1 IA with 2-car garage. P.rf.ctior

Telegraph office In writing and paid Inadvanc.'uniesi NEWLY 468 1323 DfCOIATEDI.rylhlng'lurn.h.10/8TF ,ONE BEDROOM HOUSE Country: large retired couple Easy walking distanceto 'I.Cecelia Terwlllegar
$29,999 Call:
credit It already ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video yard carpet window'eir, adults, First, new shopping center
'established with this office. 964.5606.30 HIT .....Ntrt LISTINGS.....
available. Will accept one child final. $229/month. 964-8602 after 5. .
room ;
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 8%% ASSUMABLE on $22,000 3 BR, 2 110 CHURCH STREET 2 Bedroom 1 bath owner financing
no pets. Palms Apt.. 2313 N. Temple p m. |m $36,000.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN brick veneer home with fireplace'and owner financing..
ba BR t Bath carport
1121 NEIl COURT 3 _
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Ave. Stark 32091. 10/29 TF CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clean rental garage on S acres. Beautiful home. waterfront living In Lakewood Subdivision on Crosby
THE TELEPHONE. TEN MOBILE HOMES for rent: furnished homes tailored to your ,., schedule. Reduced to 59500. United Realty ol WOW, Sophisticated remoteness! Cedar and stone, beautiful home, lh.

Classified' deadline I I. TUESDAY, or unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR, Private park laundry and playground Starke, 964-8447 or 473-3627 11/12 TF Lake Seclusion without stonefireploce, dining room, big master

NOON prior to Thursday publication.Classified 9647498. ll/19TFchg PINES SR121. just south of SRI00 In 3.13 ACRES lots ol pecan trees, sometimber Ing room" family room with two baths, front porch double
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 964-8614 or Lak. Butler CoII.96-2366. 1/7 fur, bedroom, two other nice size bedrooms,
Ifn/chg. .
display deadline I*TUESDAY, on the land 3 BR, partially refrigerator with |cemoker.Twa
964.7619. I/28TF nlshed house Call 964-S654 or garage, ceiling fans throughout. Slde-by-slde
5:00: P.M. Special Clo..lfled'dlsplay BR 2 both. CHI, patio, Stunning view of lake, next to private
placement Is NOT Guaranteed NEW HOME 3 VACATION RESORTS OR 496-3080. 128tchg 2/18 complete heating/cooling units. !
Minimum charge for classified ads I. 'garage, appliances, carpeting, wooded RENTALS BEAUTIFUL 7 ACRES fenced with attrao boat romp I recreational area. A real Shangri-la I

15 words for $3.SO, then 13 cents for lot, quiet neighbor W. Pratt. ) year tive 3 BR, 1 1./t baths, brick home on CR
each word thereafter lease required. $475 monthly plus 1 COTTAGES furnished. Dally, 221. Call Trevor Century 21. Broker LOOK I A real bargain! Frame two bedroom one both home at Orange
.. month deposit. Apply 964.8073. 1/28TF Fully sale. These Items
.. 473.4903.2/11 4tchg 3/3 1 St. Owner has'reduced to$19.900 for a quick
12x" MOBILE HOME, 3BR 1 bath on weekly monthly rates. Also mobile MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY Brick home at !Pratt drapes, couch choirs bed._*
9644238. 2/4TF home park for rent, and homes remain In the home-stove, refrigerator,
....... EFFICIENCY one acre. $2SO/month.APARTMENT furnished In. for sale. MT.spaces VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. country club 3 BR. 2 bath, den, washing machine.
PERSONALS eluding water and sewage. Just Highlands Rd.. Franklin', N.C, ((704)) fireplace, garage 60900.2/18
days, 964- eves.
remodeled. $175/month. $100 deposit. BRICK DUPLEX $45.000. 2 BR ..ach'ald..,
A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE Call 1-468 1857. 2/11 2tpd 2/18 like new condition, Best rental walk to OR eat-In kitchen -
REAL ESTATE with fireplace European Scandinavian NEW HOUSE 3 BR 2 bath kitchen furnished Win Dixie, very low priced Owner. LOVELY, 3 BR, JVi Bo custom built home LR CN&A thermal windows -

High School! Exchange Students arriving CH&A wall to wall carpet. In' FOR SALE. 9648811. bpd 2/18 extrd large utility room screened porch, garage, ,

In August Become: host family forAn7erlcon Lok. Hampton Oak. $550 month $550. acre of land 68000. 1004 N.Thompson .
deposit 1-468-1857. 2/i12tpd 2/18 I'/i Ba LR kitchen-dining area carport, utility room
Intercultural Student Exchange New BRICK,3 BR. ,
TWO BEDROOM mobile home In ( ACRE FARM CR 225 16 West REAL ESTATE St. Well Insulated, low utility bills, 45255.
.800.SIBLING. Icon 88.57
Call 1
HOME OWNER LOANS: Consolidatebills Keystone.. Partially furnished Includeswatherdryer barn stocked fish pond bath mobile 4" deep horn.well S, OUT OF AREA BRICK 4 or SIR 2 ba 1900 s.f.. 1 acre 5 yrs. old, between Stork. lawtey..
3 BR V/i
'septic BR, IV. bath living
month 2
$275 plus Bradford
New 215 Drive
home Improvements stop CHAA 208 ft. on paved road, $43,000. GOOD
foreclosures'r.flnance' regardless of deposit. 475-3203. 2/11 2tpd 2/18 eat In kitchen with stove, finest carpets;best location. ,
Call 1-475-3425. 2/18
Itpd Woodedlots room
APARTMENT living room Interiors
W. mqk. I BEDROOM all new ;
credit, 48 hour approval. $5450 Each. ,Nomoney -22 S. MYRTLE ST.I Home 12 ear garage
free dining room, kitchen bath got heat. "river access. ..
loons no on. can. Owner $30,000 Financing Available, See to Appreclal.2
Icon 88 SB Call 9646234. 2/11 2tpd 2/18 LAND FOR SALE down, $65.41 monthly S38.000.LUXURY .
I BOOd56-0007 dream
2 Ba, Handyman's
.., EFFICIENCY APARTMENT you pay elec' 1-236-4579 or 1 622 2438. f7TFANIMALS -"' N. WALNUT SPACIOUSNESS 3 BR. PRIVACY PRICED' RIGHT Keystone, beautiful'
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES COZY tricity.2 Lawtey.BR HOUSE 782-3458.furnished Itpd ,2/18 CHBA ;'LOT LIT; CITYi $6.000.Call 964-5764: after & PETS Spanish style home, 3450 s.I., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2Vi ba, for-

,carpeted. Prefer single adult. For Information S, call 966-5251.3/01 fin mol LR. fully equipped kitchen, \f\ FR brick fireplace, potlo.! pool. ceiling
34 ACRES CLEARED will dlylde, owner FOR SALEWE zoned Agrl., 2 anum mtgs.,. $135.OOOt
call 964.6680 after 3 p.m. 2/28, fans, :2 I ear garage, new
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with 3400
financing.' 1-904-964-7771 or ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVINGi' Stucco I block' beauty
OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE THREE TF BEDROOM HOUSE with sun 1-904.964.4537. 1/21 TF NEED GOOD HOMES: T gentle pony old on 2'/i acres In lawtey or_. Spaclous.EI.gant.Prestlgel!

STORE CHOOSE FROM Jean/Sport- porch, nice condition In Starke. $300 NO DOWN PAYMENT 2.5 to 50 Acres, 2 Border Collies, and 1 AustralianSheph.rd. yrs ROOM TO GARDEN Palm St.. 3/2. brick new roof carport new Cdrrier

.w..r. Ladies, Mens, Large Sixes, first and last plus $100 securitydeposit. ..v.rallocotlon., from $1,1 OO/acre. 30 Coll Kris 964.6924. TFmr screened porch utility shed extra lot.
month heat large
ACRES with I/" mile on Rd. 225 I county SPANIELS, 7 weeks old pump
Petite, Dancewear/Aerebi, Bridal AKC COCKER Acres Lowtey area.
Must have good references CONSOLIDATED HOME OFFICE OR APT; 5 ,
Accessories Stor.rends! grade, $67.000 EZ Terms t ACRES black/white, 964.5059, leave message.Itchg $105
Lingerie or
lease.1 No pets: 602 E.Wo.hlnglon.7823209. pool' >5SJ
and )
sign year DEERWOOD 5/0: brick 3/3
and $35,500
with mobile home born. or
Liz Clalborne, Healthtex. Chaus, L_. Itchg 2/18 :2/18 0 S 85.OOO
$30,000 without MH. 10 ACRES Country and de-scenled $75. MENG DAIRY ROAD 4/2. story.. 12 acres
St. Michele. Forenia, Bugle lay levl. SPACIOUS MOBILE HOME LOT ''onBayless spayed /lot ;fit S 50,000
Organically Crown, Lucia. Over 2000 Highway Single or Club area: prime for subdividing, Call 431-1568 or 964.6369. Itchg 2/18 ,SAMPSON LAKE:3/2.1985 DW fireplace, high $ 62.000
others, Or $13" On. Price Or Multi-' doublewide.964-8877 or 964.6517. Itpd 487004.73 ACRES with 2600 s f. brickhome MINIATURE DACHSHUND AKA,, EDWARDS LOOP;3 BR 2 Bo J acre, let's go country $ 44 000
TI. Pricing Discount or Family Shoe 2/18 .. on paved rood North of Lawtey. registered red male. completely housetrained BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot '
,Store. Retail Prices unbelievable for MOBILE HOME' 4 BR, 1 bath. $275:,, 87000. RALPH BRYAN ,REALTY,"? $300. 964.7178. Itchg 2/18 MENG DAIRY RD.: 1.23 acres, 3/1 CB. CH/A sensor, $* 41.000

top quality shoes normally priced from HOUSE FOR RENT:, 2 BR, 1 both $275 9M-IS78. Itchg 2/18 BEAGLE t PUPPIESt Beagle. and .;7'BeagleWalker CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Ba. CH/A,,frame
$19 to SeO. Over 250 rends.?. -200 I< William D. Tiffin lie. Real Estate. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4.5 acres between puppies weeks old. LAWTE", 4 BR, 2 bo, 2 story, I acre 100 yrs, old S 36,000
to $2t.00t Inventory. lake Butler and Raiford. Just off SR Take $100 for all. 964-4382 after 5 pr
styles$17,900 Broker; 964-5065. Itchg 2/18 : "' ......COMMERCIAL. '
121 Call 431-1584.' 8 a.m to 3 p.rn. Itpd
.1, .I' Training('I Fixtures, Airfare, Grand LAKE HOUSE 3 BR, t both $450. HOUSE 2/18 964.9966 85pm, ( Itpd 218BOATS BRICK BLDG.'4000 sq,ft.(unfinished Inside) off Morgan on NW' 42nd Ave. on

Opening etc Can open IS days.. Mr.} FOR RENT: 3 BR. I bath, $292. WilliamD ONE ACRE ON CR 12Si, next to New 1 1.5 ocres Built as a lodge but could convert to your own use: $60,000
Morphls. ((305)( ) 3U-S6O4. Itpd 2/1" Tiffin lIc. Real Estate. Broker, Call 131.1050.2/18ltchg $ 25000
Sunol) River, $2500. ENTERPRISE ZONE 145x165'' nearhosp. ''
964 5065. Itchg 21812x60 $ 80.000
Zone Benefits
.. brick Enterprise ,
THOMPSON ST-11.362: s ,
t 'Passive WOLFF Exercisers.Tanning Bed.Call for SlenderQuest FREE color unfurnished.MOBILE $190 HOME month 3 BR,,$100 furnished deposit.or CARS TRUCKS VANSIS 1975 BASS 'BOAT) '70' hp Johnson 301 N: 1.50cr... MH hook-up, 2 bldgs 240'on 301 yreot..olu.. S$120000 37,000301NbyEconoLodg.,65.01'on301

catalogue. Save to, 50% galvanized i float-on trailer, excellenf : ,
Coll 964-8704. Itpd 2/18 IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 9648994 2/18 2tpd 220' $125000
I.B228-6292.( 88.54 need home close to shape. $3.000 301 N: approximately ISO1 x approx.
Method STATE EMPLOYEES: through the U.S. Government? Get the 2/25 I Queen Building lease option? Reduced $85000
WOW IT WORKS! Helsinki by have clean mobile 301 N: Dairy
I Images Guaranteed Hair Regrowth your work available.? We 468.1323.10/8 TF facts today! Call 1-312.742-1142, ext. 14 FT, BASS BOAT) fiberglass, with 40 hpMercury 301 S: 193- 301 frontage S 85.OOO
bock. homes 609. 2/" 4tpd 2/25 electric start live wells, 262.5 .105' $ 91,500
Easy Street
program or your money ft. central 301 and Washington
HOME wide
home application. Two weeks delivery, NEW heat and air, furnished. ,Must .see 1979 FORD VAN"F-ISO. good condition. depth finder trolling motor. Best oiler' 301 S: 135fton301opprox.aacres.possible4( ..) $150.000
533.247.01'533.2.28. 2/18
welcome, P.S.T. Itpd 9648809. Itchg 2118
Distributors .
.68-1323.1018 TF MUST SELLI 1987 Dodge mini-van' con .....ACREAGE.....
1 800-663 6306. fcon 88-51 OFFICE BUILDING 5 room., wall to wall v 22S 40 plus Acres $ 60.000RD
version V-6 air. AM/FM/cassette, GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 100W I Hwy .
I carpet central air. Perfect for Doctoror blinds TV bed. 964-8809. Itpd 2/18, 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and plotted. $ 7,000
MOBILE HOMES Attorneys office. For more Info callJ.w.l TWO 1978 SUBARU four wheel drives 1O5IhAVE L11W1 L Y,2Yocrescleared S 8.000HAMf'.JON.

or John. 964.63O3. :JFJmm lot In''' $750 a.." firm 64.4382 of I.. S,.-/.,. arm.." M"IAt yjt'dog ,.,-. acres.,.This property hgas'fO'Y'hlpli. '.1, $438000
FOR SALE.. TWO BM TRAILI.f'n. nice furnished large No 964-9966 8-5 p.m. Itpd 2/18. answers to CANE, white. wthbrewnspots LAWTEYs S acres) 105th Ave, good Investment $ 15.000 '
Lawtey area Partially and block Female redbone $ 26.000SR
children.-782.3344- or 782.3912,12/10 eye Call RD 100 E: 12 ocres plus fish pond wide open spaces I
.MOBILE HOME FOR r.nt la own TFcePINE YARD SALES hound has North.. Carolina togs 16 WEST: approx. 7 acres $13000

your own mobile home. Several to FOREST APARTMENTS Now taking 964.7302 or 964 2059. 2/4 TF PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.. 20.16 acres l3 wells, 2 poles '
choose from Call 468-1323 for Information LOST-LADIES WATCH Square Bucherer $ 50.000, Or will split ea $ 27.000
star tanks
application. for 3 BR apartments 'YARD SALE next to AI Young's Vacuumson watch Reword, 9645140. Itpd; 2/18 2 septic ,owner *
.*108TFNEW USED MO BUI HOMES. Call Roy .ting at $200 per month' CHA. fullyequipped North 301. Saturday only. Itchg 2/18 BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acres,,owner finance,great location S 82,333

Mobile 964.6407 kitchen Coble ready. 1530 GARAGE SALE Frl I Sot., Feb 19.:20.
Wells at ASW Homes, W Madison St., 964-6312, Mon-Frl, 9.5 South of Starke off 301 look for signs. After HoursAnne
tfnrw Food StoresIs
or 964.6408.8/14 REPO, Financing p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity., 1/14 Tool., electric stove, desk clothes JlJ Terwlllegar. Nelson 473-754)
available. Call 1.272.0625 collect, tin TFchg dryer, sewing machine, mist ,Items now accepting applications for store John Longford Master Appraiser
2 USED DOUBLEWIDE low payments ONE elderly I Itpd 218SATURDAY manager Experience in retail
children and
soon, near town YARD SALEt 2/20. 10 a.m.
low down, payment. Call: 1.772.0650 welcome at small apartment complex 1001 Southern Villas Drive, Apt. ,106, management a must. Salary

collect. tin 964.8601"2/1) TF Itchg 21BGAIlAGISALEs negotiable.Benefits include monthly
ASSUME 3 BR. 2 both on your lot $159'
mobile home one
3/2 DOUBLEWIDC Frl I Sot 10 .m. til.Oak
2/11 a vacation sick leave A
month. 904-351-8514, dealer. of.xlro. bonus, paid ,
acre across from Bedford Lake. Lots dressers wash stoned. mist: items.
'4tchg 3/3 .. $400 month. 964-6945 after 3 Across from Crosby Cemetery Rd. 100 insurance, profit sharing pension plan

'HUGE FAMILY of Merit;: SPECIAL$279 month.28x68. Freedelivery 43.Homes p.m. Itpd 2/18 W(. Look for signs 964-2277. Itpd 2/18. and credit union.Must be willing to \\AcceleratedJZeaItr. :
',TWO BEDROOM, 1 both mobile home, FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday 9 til.
3 and
Uncle Roy, 904.331.8514., work long;odd hours if necessary
furnished. $175 month, $100 security Sofa' loveseat,,, toys' clothes lots of
2,<1l4tchg3/3 deposit Rd. 16 West Pleasant Grove misc. Out 100 toward Lake Butler; turn' take polygraph. Apply at the S&S :

REPOStj easy o..umptl'wllh: ,little singles or no area. Call 964-4480 or 964-8970. both left past Olins Mobil. Home Sales,' Food Store Office 2200 E Duval St. 9644544Hwy

9004-351.B51"S down. Doubl.s, agent. 2/11 and 4tchg 3/3 after| 6 p.m Available March 1, 2lBTFIo look for signs on right.,Itchg 2/18, Lake City during business hours. .

,28 WIDE shingle, rnasonlte, fireplace NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for I, : 301 S.

and much ,more. $227/month// 2. 13 BR, apartments with CHIA. .m.
904.:351\ .8514.'Uncle Roy..2/11 4tchg' carpet drapes, appliances, energy efficient Starke. FL :: :

3/3 laundry facilities on site. For .
REDUCED !2x*& 2 BR.',1 bath..;) $3500. 'more information contact 964-2335 or I. ,

,964-7358. 1/21 6lchg 2/25 782.3531 alter 6 p.m. E.O.H. Lowtey I /
THREE BEDROOM, 2 full both' mobile, Apartments. 2/18 3tchg 3/3 '. Home/ Lots ./ Acreage Waterfront '

home for sale on 1''A acres of land. Rd. STARKE MOBILE HOME 12x60. 2 BR, furnished :, 'I Farms, J Commercial
16 East Call '964.4480 after, 5:30 p.m.' CH&A first last ( security.!' .

2/18 TFo| $250 month. 964.5366. Itchg 2/18 .
'FLEETWOOD.. 12x60. 2 BR,'1 both, good, : EFFICIENCY ROOMS clean and quiet No '
condition. Great buy at 3900.. Don drinking or partying allowed. On 301 I'
,Martin ,64.6573. Itpd 2/18, South of Starke, 964.5687 Itchg 2/18: h Carpet. Stove. Rem &. Dishwasher. Nice Lot.

ON HAMPTON LAKE 2 BR mobile home, GOOD PLACE FOR HORSES 41 Acre Farm, has Pasture '
PROPERTY unfurnished. $250 month utilities 'In'
cluded. 1-468-1777. Itpd 2/18 Farming & Wooded Areas, 3BR/2BA CB Home w/Fireplace' I '

RENTLEASESALEFOR TWO BEDROOM mobile home an Griff Tnground Swimming Pool Family Room.. CH/A.. Stove Wall .

excellent condition, large tot, T
Loop s Oven. Refri. Drapes & Carpets. .
IEASEt 1.000 sq' ft.,'301,, 4682374.: Itpd 3/18 QUIET AND PEACEFUL *3BR/2BA Block. Family Room.
small 2 BR home
96oI.I18.tB. 9648447.or FOR RENT 01 SALE Susan M. Faulknar.GRI.CRB .
United Realty ,
to .v... .73.3627.16 tfnchg newly renovated, seniors preferred., Drapes & Carpet;; CH/A. 1416 SP, Large Lot, Lake Privelcdges.

3500 SQ. FT. ON 2 FLOORS 137 I 139 E.. 13711128.218 :2tpd mobile 2/25: homes:andkitchit. ; \ ; j9C' MOST'TEMPTING BUY 3BR/2BA Block. Spacious Living .
Available Dec.1S for lease with fURNISHED. CLEAN Dishwasher 1839
Call St. Weekly and Room., Family Room. CH/A Stove Refri. .
apartments. .
option.W, Simpson.' Call 1-356-6849 1419 Barnett or Bonk write Bldg.Clyd., monthly rates. Jo-Lu Motel t. Park Located Hwy.301-2 Bike S.S .100. 221 W. Lafayutta Street SF Well & Septic 1 Acre: .

lox Fla. 32202. 12/3 TF 964.8810Itchg 2/18 GOLFVIEW Several building lots available FRIENDLY HOME. 3BR/2BA Brick. CH/A. Range & Refri.

LAVERN H. OUTLAW **IMMACUlATEl I75x254i 3 BR:t both brick veneer with 3 acres, and extra septic! & electric Carpet 1200 SF. Well & Septic, 1 J.Acres. Stocked Fish Pond. '

pole CHtA, separate garage. Solar Hot Water System. .
Broker *| ACRESt 3 BR. 1 both, CHeA' kitchen equipped( has Jenn-Air. stove, deck.' Ig FRONTAGE ON NEW RIVER '*!"''2BR/IBA Mobile Home .

1 utility ,room stucco. Well & 9.5''Acres'
or Septic
riiinkiny of buyiny BEAUTIFUL NEW 3 BR, 2 bath Hampton Oak., 1700 ..I.. Ig screen porch, appliances .
Back Porches.
3BR/1BA Frame Front & Well &
selling? cll us' Included Assumable mortgage by qualifying. GOOD BUY .

,,iota Km'flings ..v U'. 'Ic.wlsDC *SANTA Fl LAKE CANAL LOT.. Septic, Large Lot. .

964-4522 *FRAME /R,1 Bath home In town. Under 20000. ,WHAT 'IS YOUR OFFER? ..,4BR/1BA FrtVge: Living .
ARKF F MARION COUNTYi Cottage on Oklowoho River, Good hunting S fishing Porches. Water Lot
and frame. & Dining .Rooms.,Large City ., Large, ,
*TWO STORY HOME on one acre.. CB .
-iinl'cl Appi-ai
Your Full Service Keul Estnle Ofli<-< OVER M ACRES, lots of tr_. Can be divided. IN THE LOW, COST FIELD .' 2'Story. 3BRJ2BA Block, .

Appraisal* for Residence Farm Commercial Huninr *TEN ACRES for building site or mobile home. Some trees. Living-Dining Area w/Fireplace City Water. & 'Sewage .
*LOTS FOB CAMPERS or trailers with- water, septic !and light pole. Adult com Available

,*4/2 ON EDWARDS RO.: CHI, up to 10 acres. munity. Hwy. 301 $. lot off Bessent Rood SELECTED PROPERTIES .
FOUR BEDROOM 2V4\ bath brick on
*LOVELY Milt 3/1 on I acre. Immaculate $37.000. lots of trees.. ACREAGE In Brooker AreaS .
,same planted pines
and OVER SMO SQ.". Home on acreage
1.64 CH&A more. ,
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on SR 16 E. 3000 sq. ft. on over an acre Many ."rae. ACRES High A Dry, Well & Septic .

*OWNER TRANSFERRED Price reduced drastically I Was $130.000. now 100000.. Commercial*Residential Rentals Available 10 ACRES Pecan Grove Barn Well & Septic Fenced.

Beautiful custom-built 2 story LOG HOME Includes 3 BR, 2 Ba, 22x40 pool. 10 ACRES t Paean Grove V Fish Pond Residential. .

*QUIET PlACEt Easy living In this large 3/2 horn" CHtA an 7V4\ acre ... 10,ACRES. South Clay County. Residential/Agricultural .

NEAT AS A PIN New ,root new bathroom close. to Storfce. 3' ACRES Good Commercial Location. '
*OWNER SAYS GET Of MR I Doublewide/ acre of good land.A Call of Professionally trained .
one our '
LOTTA ROOM FO THE MONEY! 2 story redecorated'1800 q. ft. In Stark 4.55 ACRES; Zoned for Mobile Home. .

convenient to snooping and hospital. 39000. staff today'at: :2 CITY LOTS Northeast. Section.

*REOUCS-CONVSNIENT TO TOWN ft SCHOOLS 3 BR. 1 Ba, remodeled.INCOME LAKE GENEVA;- Large Lot, 100 ft. on the Water! .-

PROPERTY 2 BR. 1 Ba. REDUCED TO $23,000. 964-5069 LAKE LOTS Crosby & Sampson Owner Financing. .
*LAKI PROPERTYl We have home and .lot*. .
LARGE AREA OF LAND .. Northeast section of
*FUN IN THE SUN 3 BR. 2 la, Hampton lake. REDUCED. or after hours call: City, .
CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS Brick. 4/2. CHtA. 2000 ..f.. ..Ioquent.LOCATIOHLOCATION' HWY 301 SOUTH Large Lot Oood Business Location.

In Sto...., Custom "home on S Acre REALTOR ASSOCIATES ,EVENINGS 210 ft ON HWY 301 3 Acres; Near Earlton,Beach.IP .

LAROE( OW close. to boat ramp on Crosby Lake. 30000., Irene) L:. Faulkner---:" 964.5142I m YOUR MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE OR +RELATED .
.CB IN GRAHAMS 3/154\ on 1 acre, $34,000.HANOYMAN .
SPECIAL! Duplex In Starke.. Good location.; ,!.!, t Saot ---Q 44420 MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP AT ACCELERATEDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.


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HIRING! Gov.rnm.nt\ area.' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as IM COTTAGE with lake privileges: BID queen die, complete, or. SALE/RENT/LEASE
(15,000(68000. Call jobs 602.838.8885.In your $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfr H.AC. screened porch furnished or unfurnished thopedlc mattress set and frame (new, INVESTOR has money te;. Invest In
Ext. 3493 2/3 2/24 ALICIA HAY new ,hay 25. Delivery $240/mo. One block from never used), still In plastic. Cost OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE FACE. row land or partially developed land,
INGLE 4tpd available All hay In barn.7 miles West, library. 4734961. tfnchg 1000.. Sell for (390 cash. Stored InJacksonville. Located In Union County Time or subdivision And may be Interested
WOMAN OVER M for mold In
motel. of Starke on Rd. 16, Jimmy Gosktn 16242639. 4tpd 2/11-3/3 building. toll: Information, In joint venture. fo Information call
Must live
In. 964-7184. 964.8356. 8/27 TFchg VICTORIAN BRASS 4 WHITE DAY BED 4962261. Ha. Country River Realty 4973305. Ask for
EASY WORK! excellent pay) Assemble SWAP OR BARTER Have I 1980 Fontlae, ACREAGEBEAUTIFUL make two twin bed*. Complete with Beverly Clark 4 tchg 2/11 3/3.
product at home. Coll for Information. LeMon In excellent condition. Will matt, never used.' still' In boxes. Will 1 ACRE WITH SCATTERED TREES paved
504.641.8003, ..... A9579. 2/4 4tpd ,trade for first class roof Installed on WOODED LOT ON EMIlY sacrifice (330 Cash. Stored In Jackson INSURANCEMAINES road. MOBILE HOMES ACCEPTED. All
2/25 LANE 473-9330 1/14 rtnehg. 'utilities Included for $500 down
commercial property. Call x-328-7778. viii. 16242639. 4tpd 2/11.3/3
NEEDED SUPERIOR STYLIST for n.w l/284tchg2/1B LAND FOR SALE three 1.1 acre lots. PIANO FOR SAll Responsible party to INSURANCE AGENCY 25 6. Payments (138 per month. (12.900.
salon 'CUTUPS" opening 3/5/88. Experience FACTORY DISCOUNTED 1988 30 It travel zoned AG. Gosllne Rood. $4,295 per assume small payment See locally. Main Street lake Butler, 496-3978 12% APR over 20, year*. (Largeracreages
in' all phase of hair care. trailer self contained 7995. Also vied I lot, 473-2283.2pd 2/10-2/25 Call credit manager at 205-471-8927 Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tin available with'' well power

Commission salary paid vacation paid trailer* at real bargain 782-3O6O. anytime! 3tpd 2/28.3/3 pole, septic tank. Call for details>
THE BEST. 2/4 Stchg 2/18 PIANO FOR All) Responsible party to with three drawer desk left In 497-3305 2/l) 4tchg 3/3. '

GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING Commercial take up low ,monthly payment on TART TIME OR PULL TIMl'- school servicing layaway Never Used. Balance (229. PEOPLE GOOD FAY GOOD
( transport need owner/operators! beautiful Console piano. Coll toll free, manager, and parent sale*. 4737862. Itchg 2/18 BENEFITS Come In and talk with us. .1
If need will
you training we train you. 18003462450. 2/4 3tpd 2/18 Representative for World Book, for Lake Butler Apparel 650 S E. 2nd FOR SALE
You will operate your own tractor. If ALICIA HAY (29 roll. All under
a hay qualified persons. Training allowance WANTEDLAND Street lok. Butler. 496-3601. n/chg
you don't. have on., Cemm.rclafTransport barn. 7 mile from Starke on Hwy. 16 plus commission Call 9042602435. 1/21
offers a purchase program toward STORAGE HOUSES. Need extra
prison, 964-6167 or 7823727. IIchg 218FEMALE SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS storage
WANTED 80-1,000 Good NEEDED To teach
that think Is of the best in the acres '
w. on. 2/11TF space? We have SxlO and 10x10! mini'
rood frontage preferred. Immediateclosing. Inmate In area prisons.Vocational .
Industry you are 21 or ov.r and think GAS STOVE, full size, 40. Ladles Bicycle weekend day and overnight. Some Ask for Linda. 1-80O-843-6888. : Education minimum requirement warehouses, Hale and ,Associates,
you may qualify call for a complete In. lik. new, (70. 9642227. 2/11TF weekday McRae Retirement. 2/4-2/25 of High School diploma or 496.3939. tfnchrg. 1/7
formation package. Call weekdays: HALF PRICE I Fantastic deal! 'Our best 4732881. 2tchg 3/18-2/2S 4tchg, GED plus 4 lull time ,work experience. .22 PIGS Estimated weight, 30, pounds
Toll Free 1.800.348.2147. ask for large flashing arrow sign 299. FART TIME COOK NEEDED home- year each. $15 each If all taken. Call
Operator 97. (Commercial Transport Is MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 4963332. Itchg 2/18
Lighted nonarrow 289. Unllghted cooked meals
6:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m. Adult Education minimum ol
a division of northAmerican Van Line, (249. Free letter Sea locally. Call to and tome weekend. Apply at Park of Bachelor Degree and ability to work WASHER. DRYER refrigerator freezer
a Norfolk Southern Corporation subsidiary day. Factory direct T-800-4230163 the Palms In Keystone Height, Itpd 'ASSUME 3/2. on your 'lot 159mo.. with dlsdvonloged adult. Salary (70 and stove. Call 4962090. ;2/18 2tchg
).lean 88.55 anytime Icon 88-52 2/18 dealer 1-35'.8514. 4tchg 2/11.3/3 2/25 I
SHIFT INTO HIGH GEAR the need Is USED GOOD CONDITION room size HU.I FAMILY SPECIAL 28X68, 4/3. daily. PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party fo
Contact Dr. John Davis at lake City
growing for owner/operators gearedto carpet, various sizes and colors. (15 Homes ol Merit 279mo., free assume small payments See locally.
752-1822 ext. 215
moving household goods. Get Into a each, pads $5 each. Sliding wooden YARD SALES delivery Uncle Roy's, 1.351.8514.4tchg or Community ext. 272.; College 2/18 2tchg. 2/25 Call credit manager at 1(205)471( ) 8927,
high demand career today. Join the closer doors Including track and hardware 21. fI.3/3 anytime 2/18 3tpd. 3/4''
Relocation Service Division ol North $5 each. Sliding plastic bathtub, GARAGE SALE Feb. 20, Keystone Stat. .ir WIDE shingle, masonlte, fireplace, ,
American Van lin... You will operate enclosure 5. Call 964.6758. Itpd 2/18 Bank. First Assembly ol God 10-4..( and morel 227mo. Uncle Roy'.. FOR RENT
your own tractor .II you don't hove SEVERAL ITEMS FOR SALE 1972 Ford 2tehg 2/11.2/18 '13518514. Stchg 2/11.3/3 ,it-" '
.one we offer an attractive purchase Courier TU (250; 1976 Suzuki 500 OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE" SPACE LAND FOR SALE
program. We provide) training (no experience I I motorcycle (700; 8 ft. regulation .pool NOTICE LOTS AND HOMES located In Union County Tim. Building
necessary)' and clothing table, cue balls, and sticks (100 Complete at 150 West Main. Call 496.2261, for !
i allowance. Single operator or team cutting torch outfle, (79. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted LAKEFRONT 10% down, no closing !. more Inlormatlon. tin l-J-5. ACRE, PARCELS horse 16O acre form,form low
would make
including husband and wife or. 964.8949. Itpd 2/18- to the lake Region Monitor of. cost In Keystone Heights area CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely fur. nice .
welcome, life, medical and dental Insurance PIANO FOR SALE responsible party to llce In writing and paid In advance 80000. assumable,first mortgage, rushed all electric central heat and 'down, payment 1/2 acre,- owner paved financed rood. with2 Approx
programs available. If you are assume small payments. See locally. unless credit i I., already established 2nd mortgage financing available- air, private paved road laundry and bedroom mobile home on SRI8' Hale
21 years of age or older call today fora Call credit manager 209-471-8927 with this office.MONITOR must qualify. BANK FINANCING, Equal park playground. Near schools, hosp, and Associates 49A.3939. tfn/chg I
complete Information package. anytime. 2/18 3tpd 3/3 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Housing Lender, 1600 sq. ft. home- 200 state facilities, FINES SR-121 east lake : '
1.800.348.2191; ask for Dept, 97. Icon IN FORD TRACTOR bush hog blade. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ft. plus lake frontage on.. acre lot. Butler' Call 496.2366 Two children 12/31 .
88.56 boom scraper bucket (3,000 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 4734933. ax.. and no pets. chg/tln 5/21
ELECTROLUX NOW HIRINGt need full negotiable. 468-n09 after 7:30 p.m. or. THE TELEPHONE. MELROSE AREA 10% down. no closing BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on
time people to run 'factory outlet. Opportunity weekends. Itpd 2/18 Classified deadline I II 11:00 a.m. priorto cost 86000. Bank Financing Main Street In Lake Butler, next door to
,far own business with no In- WASHING MACHINE) MontgomeryWards Thursday publication available, must qualify. Equal Housing Aventureland. Video Call ...96.0077.tln.86' MOBILE HOMES
vestment. 1.372.6565 EOE, 2/11, 2tchg need repair, (19 Call' Minimum charge I 15 word for S3.SO, Lender, 2200 sq. It. home 4734933.
2/18 964.5875 after 4 p.m. |Ig 2/18 then 15 cent for each word thereafter. LAKE LOT IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA. 12' x 6.' THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME FOR SALE
WE WANT TO HEAR from persons Interested MUST SEll-TORO RIDING MOWERs 11 10% down no closing cost. 14500. Ideal for small family large yard. (175

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I Agranowitz Barr Big Winners in Tennis 1'

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Keystone !Heights faculty member quarterfinals Getting a bit of luck singles where a newcomer'to the tiebreaker), 6-3 victory over Peyton' "
Ed Agranowitz combined a perfectly ''from the draw when Vickie Gown local tennis scene, Sig Haugdahl, Capper, a promising juniors player. come see I
executed offensive strategy with a was forced to default, Barr then swept to a convincing victory over Strickland then defeated Joey
I beautiful show of shotmakmg last waited for the other side of the drawto Bobby Strickland In the finals. NeweU in the first three-set match of
weekend as he won the men's Angles determine her finals opponent.Her Strickland advanced to the finals the tourney-613663.
crown In theist annual Lake finals opponent was Tert With an exciting,,' 74 (8-6 in, theFinalist. Newell had advanced to the semi's
iK"'llun tennis, tournament last Owens the number one player for --- with a 6-1,6-1 win over Chris Pappasin {' Faulkof
----- the KHHS girls' team, who defeatedtwo the opening round. Tommy
tough players to advance. Champ Haugdahl defeated Kevin
Owens defeated a teammate of Gouin 6-1. 6-2 In the opening round,
hers, Lisa Bruning, in a tense, 6-4. then beat another fine local junior a. of Keystone
6-1 match,then beat Brenda Capper player, Lee Glenn, 6-2. 6-3 in the
6-1, 6-1 to sam a berth in the finals. semi's. : 85 Monte Carlo 'i
Glenn advanced with 6-1,6-2
apper, playing in her first a vic .
tourney defeated Leslie Etheridge tory over Troy Massey In the opening SS
burgandy I .
6-0, 6-1 to advance to the quarterfinals round. ,
before falling to Owens Upsets Mens Singles wheels :
Barr' won the final with a well Two seeded players were knockedoff alloy great
thought out strategy which included by a hot pair of brothers from $7995.I I I
attacking the net olten in both sets. Starke in the highly competitiveMen's I shape.
It threw Owens, who plays a A singles event when Jody
baseline game, off balance and Jason Brown members of the''
throughout the match. Bradlord High tennis team beat
Owens hit some good passing shots M1 number three seed Ed DeKeyserand
Orion Wells Chevy/Olds
off her' backhand side but her fourth-seeded Mark Friedlm In
forehand was erratic.allowing Barrto the quarterfinals.
approach the net and take-too Jason began play with a 6-1..' 6-1 US. 301 N. Starke 964-7500
many easy points to challenge In the victory over KHHS tennis Coach
match.. David Smith in the opening round, .. -
Barr Gets Double Win then got off to a fast start against
r Barr then teamed up with her DeKeyser.who was playing his first
partner'Roger Sunderland. also of match in the quarters.
Gainesville, to take the mixed Brown won the first set by a Questions about i,
doubles title when they defeated supnsing 6-1 score; then DeKeysergot
Frank Duguid and Sandra Von his game going and made -it a
Gelssen 6-1. 6-4 in the finals. match in the second set tying the the
Ouguid and Van Geissen receiveda second at 5-all with some fine serve sweeping
Ii bye in the first round then beat and volley play at the net.
Vickie and Kevin GOUIn 6-0,6-0 m the> Brown was up to the challenge
semi-finals for a shot at the champions however holding his serve for a 6-5 tax changes?
lead, then breaking DeKeyser's ser
Barr and Sunderland advanced ,vice with a pair of nicely placed two- H&R Block has the answers._
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and coming off a big victory in a
Dickinson played the top team tough I
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from the baseline but could not Gainesville tournament two weeks get you coming
match their opponents net play and ago, was -waiting in the wings, time for,H&.R Block, it's now.
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bye behind in the Ed first Agranowltz round, then, received defeated a wayward victory in service the tb take a '6-3. 6-4 the title with a flawlessly played tie with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over Gouin
Lee LeuWe of Melrose quarterfinals. pair of service games. and Saenz who-play doubles for the
6-2. 6-1 in the
Jody then advanced to the semi's "It
quarterfinals was an exciting,tournamentand KHHS team.
Leukle had advanced with a 6-4, Agranowitz where he was 6-1 defeated, by top. seeded very well run"by the sponsors' Gouin and Saenz ,advanced in
6-1 win over Rothwell 6-0. Agranowltz said. "I hope this',will another thriller a 6-3, 7-6 (9-7) vic
Randy in the
Agranowltz,a veteran player with turn
round. 11'an annual event here. tory over David ,Smith and Ed
opening over 200 tennis titles to his credit including There, ,
The are: some fine players in this DeKeyser
Goum-Brown match was.
multiple wins in the annual area. In the Men's Doubles MitchellPrugti
eagerly awaited by the fans at court- Keystone Heights July 4th event and
side Agranowitz then teamed up with and Sill Moyer were the big
but was not as close as expectedas wins In the SlarKe
city tourney plus Mark Fnedlm
Gouin to lorm the top- winners as they defeated Frank
with jumped off to a quick start many other larger events statewide, seeded doubles team and they held Ouguid and food Van Geisson in a
and a series of stinging first serves began his march to the finals with a true to form, defeating the Brown thrilling 6-3,7-6 (17-151, ,Victory; in the
an aggressive net game which 6-0 6-0 win over Joe Saenz. brothers in an exciting 6-3, ,;7-6(7-3)) finals.
took Browout of his offensive game Saenz, the number two player on semi-final match
,then taking the tiI The tiebreaker was one of the exciting
J ..__ .....- moments of the tourney as the tRMen's
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two teams traded their best shots in i" i TII i i -- -Lum. aBa a Mfc M i
what seemed like an endless succession
ol fine shots before Prugn and Singles Finalists.... I
Moyer clinched their title with a From left to right champion Ed Agranowtt*nd finalist Krto Con '
good ,serve by Prugh and a
crosscourt backhand by Moyer. Grant 6-0. 6-0 in the semi-finals. Finalists Duguid and Van Geisseri
Prugh and Moyer defeated, Mosley/ and Grant advanced to the advanced to the finals starting with
Strickland and Rothwell 6-1. 6-1 in quarterfinals with a 3-6,7-6(9-1),6-0 ,86-1,6-0 win over Capper and Glenn, I
a/ i the opening round then beat junior victory over Pappas and KeVIn' then defeated Jack and Jason Grey
r4 s players Chad Mosley' and Brian Gouin. ; .__ 6-3, 6-3 in the semi's. '

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started finding the range with his percentage that had to be in the high 40,000 BTU "DEARBORN
groundstrokes got a service break in seventies or eighties throughout the "' Gas
the third. game and tied the set at ,tournament. 'Serving northeast Florida since 1941.
4all.With GOUlD gave it his best shot in the '' -
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Gown won' ;, 'Residential Commercial -
'Brown serving -
final between,the two tqp seeds,getting t .. ,
'the first point on a forehand m the two service breaks off
corner Brown went to 15-all with a 'tk: -
Agranowitz in the first set before the 20
nice spin serve,then Goum won the champion got his game in gear, to Ib''cylinder': '$farke Ofnc&t HwY. ,301 s., of ...starke Many,models
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crosscourt backhand shots a "I have played with Kris several > : from
beautifully executed drop shot that times since I came to Keystone *
barely cleared the net. Gouin then Heights but I've never seen him play FAST Friendly Servicegas
held serve to clinch a 6-4 second set better than he has these past few -
win and a berth in the finals. weeks" Agranowitz said. vHes all : Cash & 0
heater, Carry
In the meantime Jason's brother'Jody .set to have a fine season'he' was $298.00 C v/ R IJ
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Agranowitz took the second set 6-2.
Keystone Heights 6-1,6-2 in the open,' 'showing ,off a series of deadly
ing round then taking advantage of ''backhand passing shots as Gouin attempted
his own fine groundstrokes and to come to the'' net, and ,;
number four seed Mark, Fnedlm finished off the match and clinched I

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