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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January 25, 1990
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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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r 'StSTORY h.JAN 2 6 1990' Inside... "e Bradford Co U n tOutsides. y 3 5

SICTION Ai 12 11".

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ny to partly cloudy ikies. Birth. .. ... ... .. . 12A I I : ,,,'H I a
The low Friday morning will be near 40 with high temperatures I I.' 'I'I !
not getting out of the low to mid 60s. Saturday lows will be In the SECTION It 12 rap! L I ) t'I' I L (I.'/, '.'I.'
mid 40e with highs back into the 708, and Sunday will be much the landing N.w.. ... .. ... .. .. .IS
same. Crlm. N.w. .4S,7,5,105( J : / / I
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A new moon will rise with the sun Friday morning,and grow until Schedule, . . . ''I.' ,: I
the next full moon, February 9. KH Sport. .. . . . . .n The Sweetest ,.. ide of Heaven
Sunrise this morning was at 7:23: and will set at 6:00: making the Police Beat .. . . . .|OB on a. *
day loh 37m in length Obhuarl.. .. . . . VJ I2B 10th Year STARKE FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy
2Kth Issue Thursday. January 2.1. Iffim ISI) 'SM2.7IO
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r Worth Biggs Nets Nothing His Complaint, But Gets Others Refunds 1

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Uon of the 1987 interlocaf; agreement assessment would have changed Bigg's Laundry each week putting
by luster Rahn between the city and county. under either schedule of rate it into Class B, correctly charged at Investigation into the Biggs com
L Noting ICY Staff WriterA According to records in the officeof charges.The $300. plaint revealed the 1988
rates have never been approved by
1988 change in solid waste Solid Waste Director Darrell 1987 schedule provided for on-
assessments, designed to increase O'Neal,Biggs' assessment was rais- ly 3 categories: the City of Starke.
county revenues into ed because the amount of solid Refunds Due.. The new rate schedule is:
ran a problem waste Class A, 0-5 cu. yds. week,$150 .
per Class A,0-5 cu. yds. week, $ISO
Baseball Sign-up when Starke Commissioner Bobby generated in his business Is recordedat per annum. Although Biggs will not receive an per I'
Biggs received his 1989 billing from 9 cubic yards per week moving Class B, 5-10 Cu. Yds. per week, adjusted billing unless he can per annum.
Baseball registration for boys $150 to $300.Biggsl. his classification from Class A to $300 per annum. the city's records are in error, his Class B, 5-10 cu. yds. per week,
and girls, ages 7-14, begins Tues., owner of a self service laun Clans B.County. Class C, Over 10 cu. yds. week, review of the interlocal agreementwill $300 per annum.
Jan. 16 and ends March 7. Fee, $30.:! dry on S. Walnut Street raised the commissioners revised the $600 per annum. per result in refunds for 7 business Class C, 10-20 cu. yds. per week,
Sign-up at Pratt Street Center or Issue at the city council meeting rate schedule in 1988 to reflect rates firms in town, although no one,other $600 per annum. I
old Armory Building. Tuesday, Jan. 16, saying the county based on the amount of solid waste City records indicate that 9 cu. than Biggs, has complained about an II I
had raised his assessment in viola. generated, but in this instance, the yds. of solid waste was picked up at increase in assessments. (See Refunds..p.2\
Chamber Banquet... J

The Starke-Bradford County Baker Deputies Return '
Chamber of Commerce will hold its
annual banquet Saturday, Jan. 27, Starke Troublemaker to
in the Armory at Camp Blanding.The Macclenney Run Into
social hour begins at 6 p.m. ,,
The Chamber will make four Thieves On Way

awards again this year, Home..,
Humanitarian of the year, Citizenof or....
the year, Outstanding BHS Student //
and Outstanding Santa Fe ;
Community College Student. Allin r kaagr

First Baptist...

Starke First Baptist Church in-
vites everyone to attend its annual A Night'sWork.

January 28-31. Bible Conference, Jan.

This year, adults will be lead
through the writings of the Apostle
Paul, found in II Corinthians. The .
Rev. Ben Bryant will lead the
discussion. by Carolyn Eav.sICY

Youth will be taught spiritual Staff Writer
truths as found in the gospel of Local law enforcement officers
Luke, by Chuck Coburn. were kept busy late Tuesday night
Classes will begin at 7:30 p.m., assisting neighboring counties in sI
Sunday and Wednesday, and 7 two separate incidents.
p.m., Monday and Tuesday, During the high school basketball
Pre-schoolers and children will game in Macclenny, O'Neal Slocum,
be provided for, and taught accor 19, and a 17-year-old juvenile (both
dingly. of Starke) were harrasslng the Mac-
clenny cheerleaders by yelling
Recycl.-Recycle... obscenities at them. The assistant *

recycling fair is set Saturday, principal asked the two Starke men r i-1
Feb. 5, In the Lake Butler Com- to leave but they refused. An off duty
munity Center, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to sheriff's deputy Identified himself (
kick-off the recycling effort of the and told the two to leave for which
to -county New River Solid Waste the deputy was shoved out of the way I ", -;-
and struck the the two "4
Association. by juvenile as
Bands, games,recycling\ vendors then fled on foot. Skullduggery in the Courthouse...?

and recycling containers' will be Later In the parking lot the two Justice finally catches up with Ray Norman, who Is being charged with "Impersonating an Elected Official by Chief Jimmy Epps. Deputy
rtclth.fair- "''- were again identified by students,_ .,'- ,.. ,. .. .. Gene Lee and Sheriff Ken .,
By 1994, Floridans must; be who told the deputy. By this time a -fM v. Etheridge. ._._. _.. I
recycling 30 percent of their waste, patrol car had arrived with a:
under the 1988 Solid Waste Manage- uniformed deputy and the crowd and.
ment Act. from the gym had run outside before "Jail Bail" Promises Arresting ExperienceAn

the game was over to see what was *-' JL

BHS 1970 Class... happening in the parking and lot.ordered Slocum to old adage states "Crime doesn't pay," but by spending a little time in suspect will then put on prison stripes and be photographed behind bars,
BHS Grads, class of 1970, are en- stop jumped but in instead his car headed was for the off the slammer next Thursday, February 1, Bradford residents can earn big after which he (or she) will phone family friends and acquaintances to raise
couraged to participate in the planning dividends for cancer patients and research.
duty deputy, hitting the deputy and bail.Money raised will benefit the American Cancer Society, with 60 percent
of our 20th year class reunion. him the hood of the The first annual American Cancer "Jail and Bail"
be held rolling onto car. Society caper, spon- earmarked for local cancer patients. Most of the remaining 40 percent will
The next Feb.meeting will the Slocum then slammed the car into sored by the Kiwanis Club of Starke,Is set next Thursday,9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,atDenny's be used for research in the fight against cancer.If .
6, at 7
Tuesday home of Cindy Strickland p.m..ln' reverse In an attempt to throw the Restaurant (Econo Lodge) on US-301N. you would like to make advance arrangements to have someone "ar-
403 S. Cherry St., Starke. For additional deputy off the car. As the deputy fell Many local people,including elected officials and community leaders, will rested and jailed," call Lillian Stump, Ph. 964-7806. The cost is $25. .
information, call Cindy, Ph. off the car Slocum backed out of the be picked up by law enforcement officers under the direction of Police Chief Kiwanian Terry Vaughn, aka "Scott in the Morning" on radio station
964-8953 of David Kirkland, Ph. parking lot and headed south. Jimmy Epps and Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge, and taken before a judge, WEAG, is chairman for the"Jail and Bail"caper. The Starke Rotary Club is
473-2372. Local authorities were on the alert holding court at Denny's.The lending its support to the fun-filled activity, on a day when jail overcrowdingwill
and Slocum was apprehended as he judge will determine the charges to be filed and set the bail. The be a welcome sight.
Council. approached Lawtey by Sgt. H. D.
Brooker .. Griffls, Deputies Roman Alvarez '
Because of the city election Tues- and Jason Bennett. The pair weredetalneduntilBakerCountyofflcers
day, Feb. 13, the Brooker council Wording is Problem in New Subdivision Rules I
has reset its February meeting to arrived to identify Slocum and the
in CI- luvanllA anH .iotiiin them fn .-
Feb. 6 at 7:30 A>*M* -
Tuesday, : p.m. JU VVllllV g..y *vbUA II w
Hall. clenny County Jail.Slocum is charged by Buster Rahn Local real estate interests said the standards, retaining the intent date to be 90 days after approval by
ty with aggravated battery with a ICY Staff Writer paving requirements would raise the agreed to by the group,and have the the county commissioners.
Gator QB Club... deadly weapon on a law enforc- The Subdivision Task Force, nam- price of lots and stop development in final draft ready to present to the Acceptance of stabilized graded
meent officer and escape. The ed by Wilbur Waters former chair- the county. The completed draft is a county zoning board Tuesday, Jan. roads by county commissioners may
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub juvenile, charged with battery on a of county commissioners, compromise between the county's 30.The be a stumbling block, since only
will hold it's annual banquetin zoning board will review the Riddick) and
law enforcement officer, is in reviewed the final draft of the proposed position of not accepting any graded commissioners Joe
the Camp Blanding Post Head- Jacksonville Detention of Youth Ser- subdivision ordinance for 3 roads for maintenance, and the real draft, make recommendations and Maxie Carter, Jr. sat in on the Task
quarters Armory, Thursday, Feb. vices. hours Monday night, Jan. 22, and estate interests who wanted to main- forward the proposal to county commissioners Force meetings, and have indicated
22. Social hour, 6:30 p.m.; Dinner Deputy Gonzales suffered a compound finally on wording the Street tain status quono paving re- for their reaction.If they will consider accepting grades.In .
gave up
at 7:30 p.m. fracture to his right wrist and Schedule. quirements.Everyone. the commissioners accept the the past, commissioners have
Guest speaker will be Gator hand with multiple bruises on his Improvement agreed Monday night on draft as written, the ordinance couldbe maintained a policy of not accepting
Coach Steve Spurrier. arm. Subdivisions built with private dirt the intent of the four standards, but effective in the late spring. More graded roads, since the county
Tickets available at $15 each. As the Baker officers headed nor- roads prompted the county to draft putting it into language acceptableto likely, commissioners will make already has some 350 miles of
Call Hazel Hardy, Ph. 964-7451. thbound on US-301, they were ran off new subdivision ordinance. Senior County Attorney Reggie Flynn changes,which will extend the effective grades, and maintenance is expen
the road and into the ditch by a planner Lowell Garrett of the North proved to be a barrier.In date until summer.In sive.However
Exarcls Class... southbound vehicle travelling at a Central Florida Regional Planning the end, the Task Force told At- fact,at the insistence of County the proposed subdivl-
Morning exercise classes are Council, wrote the first draft requir- torney Flynn and Zoning Director Engineer Jerome Kelly, the Task
held Tuesday, Thursday and FrI- (See Work..P.2A) ing paved roads in all subdivisions. Darrell O'Neal to write the four Force will recommend the effective (See Rules..P.2A)

day mornings, 0:30-10:30: a.m., In

the Classes old ArmoBuilding.are free. .. Few Actually Recycle Present I

Upcoming... Services Set TodayFor .

Public meetings scheduled in the Results of a survey conducted by 73%, Bradford 91% and Union and used as mulch or a soil additive.
coming weeks are: Gov. the New River Solid Waste Association 96%) feel that recycling is Importantand Thirty-six percent knew that food
The Starke Zoning Board will Former have been tabulated and are be- necessary, few (Baker 27%, wastes could be composted and 60%
meet Thursday Jan. 25, at 7 p.m., ing published by TIA Solid Waste Bradford 42% and Union 40)%) ac- knew that grass and tree clippingsare
in City Hall, followed by the Boardof Eugene Johns,84, former State Senator,serving in the state Consultants, the firm conducting the tually recycle. Most are willing to recyclable.Is .
Adjustment, if any items are on legislature from 1935 to 1965, and Governor of Florida in 1953-54, died survey. participate in recycling efforts recycling important? Twenty-
the agenda. Tuesday, January 23, in Alachua General Hospital, Gainesville, afteran The survey was conducted to (Baker 51%, Bradford 87%, Union fourpercent: in Baker county said
Chamber of Commerce annual extended illness. determine how much area 67%) but less than 25 percent are "No' while 10 'percent" in Bradford
banquet will be held Saturday, Jan. Born February 27. 1905, Gov. Johns was a I homeowners know about solid waste willing to drive more than 10 miles to and Union said 'No.
27. lifelong resident of Starke, and was founder of I and recycling. It was conducted overa do so. Most recycling now being done is
/ Bradford County Zoning Boardmeeting the Community State Bank of Starke,of which he I two week period in early Items like newspaper aluminumcans through organizations such as 91
will be held Tuesday,Jan.. was retired president and chairman of the board, I 1 November and 605 residents of the and glass were recognized as schools and churches, and is limitedto
30, at 7 p.m., In City Hall. He was also former insurance executive of the I three county area were contacted.The recyclable. However, when asked newspapers and aluminum cans.
; A Trl-county Recycling Fair for Charley E.Johns Agency in Starke; a member of I t survey reveals that most of about light bulbs, 30 percent thought According to the survey, 75 per
Baker, Bradford and Union Coun-, Bradford Masonic Lodge No. 35,F. &A.M.: Scot-j those polled know what materialsare they could be reclaimed and only 60 cent of the tri-county area residents
ties wfll be held in Lake Butler tish Rites Bodies and Morocco Tempe\ in I recyclable and consider recycl- percent knew that plastics (milkJugs surveyed are willing to travel to
Saturday, Feb. 3, at the Community Jacksonville; the Starke Shrine Club, and Starke ,. ing Important,although many do not and soda tottles) are drop-off centers. Thirty seven percent -
Center, 10 a.m., to 2 p.m. Elks Lodge. He was a leader in organizing the I r recycle at this time. recyclable.Food were willing to drive up to 10
Bradford County Commissioners lodge and served as Its Charter Exalted Ruler. Some results were surprising: wastes, grass clippings and (See Recycle..P.2A)
will meet Monday Feb. II,'at 0:30: Johns also served as President of the Florida t ju* i. -. ,while most of the residents (Baker tree trimmings can be composted
a.m., in the Courthouse. Senate and was a member of the First Baptist Charley ,. John -
Lawtey City Council meeting will Church of Starke Adjustment Sought by 8-10 on Solid Waste lice II
beheld Monday Feb. 5, at 7:30 In 1963 the Florida Council of 100 presented Senator Johns with an
Ha.Il. the State of Florida. In 1961 he .
in City for his distinguished service to
p.m., award Butter Rahn O'wetu Maui mere were no proVi- mat only one assessment oe col
Brooker City Council meeting was presented a plaque for meritorious service by members of the by sions for exemptions in 1987, but lected.
will be held Tuesday Feb I Tat Legislature as the Senator most effective in committee. Other award CT Staff Writer commissioners amended the or- The commissioners agreed to the
7:30 p.m., in City Hall. Include those from the Florida State Association of Life Underwriters, Solid County Commissioners heard dinance in 1988 to provide an exemp- adjustment, with Commisloner
Waste Director Darrell O'Neal
Starke City Council meeting will and the State Council of Florida Junior Order of United American tion if a building unoccupied Jan. Maxie Carter Jr.. saying "All
list 8-10 of !
be held Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 7:30 Mechanics for service to the people of Florida. names persons seeking an 15. If the building Is later occupied, others have to pay.'
adjustment to the solid waste
p.m., in City Hall. Survivors lire his wife Thelma Brinson Johns, and a son, Charley assessment $75 because. even for one month, the owner has to The correction will be handled ad-
Bradford County School Board Jerome Johns, both of Starke; one daughter, Markley Ann Cash, primarily the $75 assessment. ministratively, O'Neal said, and
houses least
will meet Monday, Feb. 12, at 7 Orlando; two sisters Thelma Johns Williams, of Alachua,and Minnie 11189.were unoccupied at partof pay Commissioner Wilbur Waters said does not require formal action by the
p.m., In the Admin Building, on N. Pettit OUvenbaum of Orlando; two brothers,Marion Pettit, Alachua, Linda and Carl Griffis were board.
Temple Ave.Hampton .and A.M. Pettit, Ocala; five grandchildren, and' five great grand- Commissioners approved an exemption -. operating two businesses, a garage O'Neal says his office has approx-
City Council will meet, children. to only one couple, Linda and video rental shop out of one imately 100 requests for adjustments
Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m., in City Funeral services are at 4 p.m. today (Thursday,Jan:25) in the FirstBaptist and Carl Griffls. However, property building with one electrical meter.In with essentially all
Hall. Church with Rev. Ben Bryant and Rev. Dwight McQueen con- owned by R.A. Green,Jr.,will be exempt 1968 the couple was billed for owners claiming the buildings were
The New River Solid Waste ducting. Burial is to follow in Crosby Lake Cemetery with Masonic since the house was unoc- two class A commercial occupied only part of the year.
Association will meet Tuesday, Rite by Bradford Lodge at the graveside. Jones' Funeral in cupied Jan. 19, 1989, and remained assessments at $150 each, and paidas The ordinance provides only for
Feb. 13, at 7:30 .,In Bradford charge of arrangements. vacant until It was razed later in the charged. In the meantime, the "pay or exempt status, and does
County Courthouse. See another article on Gov. Johns on Page 4A, the editorial page. year for the new Clark-Marchese video business was closed, and Commissioner not allow pro-rating for buildings occupied -
Medical Building on W. Call Street. Waters recommended part of the year.

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(from page 1A) any one lot is smaller than 100 ft. by Residential subdivisions are'defined -
sion provides for unpaved roads to 100 ft., then all streets must have a as any parcel divided into 9 or
e i .. be stabilized with Umerock to coun- 20 foot vide wearing surface (pav- more lots. H an owner or developer
i ty standards, keeping maintenancecosts ing)and minimum right-of-way of 60 divides parcel into 8 or less lots, '
to a minimum and providing abase feet.All streets must Dave curbs and the resulting development Is not
for paving at some future time.It gutters.Standard. deemed to be a subdivision,and does
also eliminates the home-owner C: For subdivisions not come under the terms of the pro-
association concept that some real where all lots are greater than or posed ordinance.The .
estate people prnpn ed... .. equal to 10,000 square feet.Streets In
this shall have 20 foot
ordinance providesfor
i The proposal provides for four proposed
wearing surface (paving) with a all subdivisions to be surveyedby
standards: minimum right-of-way of 60 feet. and
Standard A: Tot all streets In a licensed surveyor platted
Curb and gutters not required. staked. Provisions
recorded with corners
commercial and Indistrial), subdivi- --
0II sions. Roads'.In this category shall ;Standard D: This category are made for unrecorded
have a 24 foot wearing surface ( represents an exemption to Stan- subdivisions to be grandfathered in
1'pJ-I, .,.., -e ing),and a minimum ritthtof'way of dard C in those subdivisions that or brought into compliance at the ef-
.'11 "'I, 60 feet with curb and gutter re- have short access roads serving 8 or fective date of the ordinance.
quired throughout. less lots. Those short streets may be Although Chairman Waters In-
,, graded and stabilized with Umerock structed the Task Force to"expeditethe
"' 'Standard B: For all streets In
residential 20 feet wide, in a minimum right-of- ordinance," it has been a year in
subdivisions where any way of 60 feet, rather than paved the making with many meetings by'
lot is
I ,"- smaller than 10,000 square feet. Task Force members and other in-
I"JT providing it feeds into a paved street
IT I In this
I category, regardless of the
I Inside the subdivision and the 8 lots terested persons contributing to its
I UF Sorority Gives $500 to Visually Impared... number of lots in the subdivision if are part of a larger subdivision. final form.

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Tw o men be rs u. t h e D Vita Gamma Soror i ty at the 14,500 computer which prints oraue ana regular lettersfor
University of Florida Kristen Thomas middle and use by visually Impaired students and an Instructorwith
Stacy Bocas, right, present a $500 check from the normal vision. .
I sorority to Ms. Denise Adam, director of Exceptional
Education Program for the Bradford school system. Ms. Adams says the sorority was put In touch with Refundsfrom
Raising money for the visually Impaired Is a projectof the Bradford school system by Peg Bule of the Divisionof -
Delta Gamma.The IMP' will go toward purchase of a Blind .

( page 1A) stores assessment to$600 'ach..The Home Harry Za1 nar.
county will now seek an amendmentto O'Neal pointed out that commercial
Class D, 20-30 cu. yds. per week the original agreement Increasing ,firms can reduce assessments
Recyclefrom $900 per annum. the assessment on those firms by recycling salvagable materials, .
Class E,over 30 cu. yds. per week generating larger amounts of solid citing furniture stores that generate
NRSWA must convince all area recycling themselves. Trips to $900 per annum plus$300 per annum waste. mostly cardboard boxes. If the card-
( page IA) residents thi recycling, although Disney World will be awarded to the for each 10 cu. yds. per week. board is recycled reducing the
miles; 41 percent were willing to top winners in each county.On Starke's two largest retailers amount of solid waste picked up by
drive only five miles. sometimes time consuming is cer- February 3, NRSWA will Winn-Dixie and Wal-Mart, each fad Four other commercial firms the city then the assessment will bereduced
But willing or not, all Florida tainly worth the effort. a recycling! fair at the sponsor Lake into Class E-7 for the amount of solid have been Indent/led! as being eligi- accordingly.
residents must learn to live with NRSWA Is planning several eventsto Butler Community Center for all waste generated which computes ble for a refund or credit because of
recycling soon. The Solid Waste heighten awareness of recycling.The residents of the tri-county area. $900 for the base amount plus 7 unitsat the oversight in amending the in-
Management Act of 1988 mandatesall first event will be a poster There will be $300 each, for a total of$3,000 per terlocal agreement.Each of the four
games a
Florida counties to achieve a 30 contest In which students from all fishing tournament awards annum. received billings for Class E-l Charges are based on the size con-
prizes Since the did not amend the Under tainer utilized by the firm and the
county $1,200. the
percent reduction in landfill wastes the trl-county schools will par and vendors to show the public how original schedule
by 1994. While the people in the tri- ticipate. Not only will the studentsbe to recycle. For information Interlocal agreement with the city the amount will be reduced to $600. frequency it Is picked up. Records
county area are fairly knowledgableabout creating marketing materials to about recycling nwe contact James the 1988 rate schedule will revert to The four are: Bradford Hospital, are kept by the city Utilities Depart-
recycling, to ensure that the promote the recycling program, but Croft the NRSWA public Informa- the 1987 schedule, reducing the two Southern Lodging, Starke Nursing ment.
recycling program succdeeds, the also they will be learning about tion coordinator, at (904) 259-4911. ..

Workfrom- rri Need An Electrician?

( IA) also run into the ditch by the south- The Juveniles are allegedly call DAN WAINWRIGHT
high rate of speedTn the northboundlane. bound vehicle. responsible for at least 15 different i I -36 YI'II.Experience.All Typos[ Elcclrlcnl Work.
DuvaTdeputies were in pursuit of a- robberies including the OMNI Hotelin 1 Single&31 Phase Reasonably Priced Work NORMAN'S
While the deputies radioed the Bronco with three black male Jacksonville during the past
wrecker following them (towing the juveniles wanted for robbery. The month. They were apprehended and
gold car with the dollar signs on it Bronco was travelling in excess of taken to Duval County Jail. ROADSIDE
owned by Slocum) and Bradford loo mph but finally stopped after All in the night's work of a
authorities for help,the wrecker was deputies fired shots at the Bronco. deputy. .
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I Report Cards Go Out MondayBradford Cox Appliance& 301 964-9152 North of Starke

County schools reached scheduled Friday Feb. 23, giving. Air Conditioning
mid-term Wednesday Jan. 17, students a day off. 41'
which ended the third six-weeks The fourth six-weeks period will Service Farm Fresh Collard
period in the 1 90'" tool year. end Thursday, Mar. 1, with two !
Report cards will be given to more periods remaining in the and Turnip Greens
students Monday Jan. 29, to be school term.
taken home for parents signatures.A Spring break is scheduled, for the. 50
teacher's planning day Is week of April 9-13. '"< $1. t, yctt, '"
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I City Hall to Close for Johns' FuneralMayor ti r "Appflessand Pears13forl

Vernon Silcox authorizedthe attend Gov. Charley Johns funeral.
closing of Starke City Hall for
.two hours 2-4 p.m., today (Thurs- Gov. Johns died Tuesday follow-
day), to allow city employees time to ing an extended illness. Indian River Fruit

Florida Strawberries
Joe Cox.your friendly repairman.Call
Driver Fails him today for any appliance repair.

To Yield Ceramic Class.*... Sorylco & Repair on: Cedar Key
.All Major Appliance
Causes AccidentThe Ceramic classes held Mon-
are on _Air Conditioning_Refrigeration
days, 7-10 p.m.; Tuesdays and _Electrical OystersPints
driver of vehicle attempting
a Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
a left turn onto US-301 from Deer Classes are held in the old Ar- & Bushels
Foot Village failed to yield the right- Building (Recreation
of-way striking a second vehicle, Center). Lillie Ann Johns Instructor. Lie BRA 0046994,ER 000'1378V E ,
causing minor damage.A I .. MW PORTRAIT PACKAGE
1900 Chevrolet pickup and' a 1975 tile, two 5.7'.,. ..n"'."... Nile Perch $119
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to Patrolman Mack Short. !J-fJJlprpty Y. IBIfItr =:"..=:.'51,1..11.:::.:..= NOW -- FRESH SEAFOOD

Driver of the pickup, Ralph.Perry! I at,.,.:.:.=,-:::.,:.=.: ONLY .( :r'S995i: ) / ,.,.,', ,. ..,. .,.
Bryan failed to yield right of way = Sheephead
striking the Buick driven by Leon 5 DAYS ONLY t. .,:... : .i lj
Van Gannon said Short. ,l'x:: Mullet/I> <,
Damage to the vehicles was$1,100 I j'J-, '" t. , t'
!7Q2LqE9 Thurs. thru Mon.. Jan. 215-29 / '< > *A :''''''''' ,, 'o"i "'1
total. There listed I < } :
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'on the report.Thelma I Dally 10:00 AM 7:00 PM I <:"{
Garmon passenger in the Love Sunday 12:30 15:30 PM ,!{i< = $> !Catfish <
Buick said she received a severe >,
s whiplash.bruises.Leon Garmon said he suffered Mom, fDadr I 1 !reiWater. area
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by Buster Rahn The main highway passing ,
ICY Staff Writer through Lawtey was straightened in MEATS I \
Water's Store In Lawtey is getting the mid-1930's to it's present route,' :
a face lift, from the familiar red and changed the effect of traffic on :
brick exterior to a new grey exposed the town. Old SR-200 (US-301) was rr f
aggregate. rerouted from a point some 2 miles
Prior to this renovation, the south of town, directly to the corner
building looked very much as it did of Lake St.and US-301,allowing traf-
,since It was new,more than 60 years fic to flow straight through town.
Prior to the new road, southbound t M v< S ,. 1 d
ago.The building,at the corner of Lake traffic turned right at Water's Store ht
Street and US-301, once contained went to the west end of Lake St.,andturned
three or four stores, fronting on left at the Effie Minor home, II
US-301, originally identified as and went south left and past the pre-
SR-200, a two-lane road until the sent location of Tatum's Sawmill to t tY
mid-fifties. where the old road now intercepts r
Shortly after WWII, Henry and US-301.
Bunn Griffls opened Griffis Prior to 1938, when SR-221 was
Brother's store in the old building, paved between Raiford and Mac-
and hired J.L. Waters to work in it. clenny, farm produce grown In the
Henry Griffis and Waters were Brooker, Worthington Springs and
friends in the army during the war. Lacrosse area passed through
Griffis Brothers are known In the Lawtey enroute to the Jacksonville
Starke Area for owning Griffis Gas market or to the Tallyrand freight \
Co., which began in Maxville, and terminals.
now operates in several NE Florida
counties. When trucks loaded with can-
Waters bought the store from Grif- taloupes or watermelons slowed for
fis Brothers in 1949 and operated it the turn at the Lake Street corner,
until he sold it to his son, Danny Lawtey boys would jump on the backof Waters Grocery Gets Facelift on Busy U.S. 301.., This Is the view as workers begin a facelift on Water's
Waters,in 1973. Danny has operatedthe the truck and throw melons off to
business since that time. friends. At times the trucks had Grocery, one of Lawtey's oldest landmarks.

In the late 1930's Rembert Car- picked up speed, making it difficult,
ridine ran a drug store In the south even dangerous,for the boys to jump
side of the building, with the main off the moving vehicle.
entrance in the SE corner. The soda Citrus fruit, coming up from the
fountain did a thriving business,and Ocala area, was a prime target for
the store served as a rest stop for the mischievous youngsters.In .
buses, even though the buses had the mld.l950 s,US-301 was four- 1 SUPER BOWL .1
stopped earlier in Starke, or wouldbe laned through Lawtey.
stopping in Starke in a few The Water's Store building has
minutes. seen history in the making. PARTY

Wrestlers Win Two, Lose One HEADQUARTERS 1The I I

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Bradford Wrestling team add The boys dug In and pulled the 130-Jool tocobuM won by doclilan '2-'
ed two wins and one loss to their score out, the coach said. "Rolland 1M-Iddy 11..undn by pin 2:42 0f
season record this week going to a Shafer's quick pin in the final matchga 140-John William won by doclilon .'.3
19-2, season r@Cord. ga f r le wiplfing 145-trad Hamilton won by decision
'Hamllton'rnd John w' Ipy "n "la 2 ;;' "-- : ,
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1 WUUamyrgm a tn-undef : ted,-at 11+ytor .w..:..4.iMi.. "152-Kevin; I Snow'"II' ..r.IiI'' ''. y1....
Ii ,"seasD'ri Tecordsr* wrestler Leaton Morgan Is wrestling -JUMM Hugh*oil by d.clslon1.7f 171-lost byorf.ii.. _
...... in-Phillip Crawford won by pin Sil7 w sar
above his weight class to fill a pos 112- 'Woldron lost by pin 4iSI
tion and shows potential and Ray If-loIII Crawford won by decision 7., 220-lost by...rfeltHwtIolldlhofer
Trimble has won six in a row since US-KwambM. Strong toss by pin hIS won by pin 2I TIER }tl
he moved down to his weight class of HOME TAYIORiSxc

160.The loss came at the hands of Lake 4l_ BOURBONSUBLENDSjiCANADIANS
Weir, defending district champions, I PNIMIUM DtUSH NIL I/N,. 1.1
Thursday, January 18, and the wins
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January 20, and at Clay High Ih dID LACK

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Bradford vs. Lake Weir... C 77.006W

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with a respectable 28-44 loss to the
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Tornado matman Brad Hamilton C
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son In a pre season skirmish there, w** &* vi COLD EXTRA DRY ? --- WHISKEY
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From Railroad Conductor to Governor's Mansion, I

Charley Johns Carved Out Self-made CareerWith

k t A1 A-.
the death of Charley E. Johns
Y s, nt this week, a remarkable self-made '
career in business and politics came to' f rs
a close. He started with a job as r
,railroad flagman and rose to Presidentof r
1 the Florida Senate; 15 months as Acting ,
: + Governor of the State, r ur.1e-)and 4 1 1 1t

1 1J 1r 1r chief executive officer of a bank, and
president of an insurance agency.

Part of his career embodied a dream
and lifelong ambition he held to fill the
position of President of the Senate
which his older brother, Markley E.
Johns, a Starke attorney, had been
elected to fill but was unable to serve Q
because of his untimely death as a ., ti R
result of pneumonia in the early 1930s. ? ;

t The story was told by The Telegraph ASS ,, ,
in its issue of April 13, 1951:

"A sentimental quest had a storybook
ending Monday when members of the
Florida Senate elected Charley E. i.
Family Group Johns as president of the upper house

Johns family posing In front of floral "Good Luck" horseshoe an emblem that seemed to follow him during for the 1953 session. Johns had long
most of his career. (From left) Markley Ann, Thelma (Ted), Charley and cherished the hope of nomination in t
memory of his brother, Markley, who 3
was elected president in 1931 but died
before serving his term.

.." : : : Jerome.i' "The 46-year-old Insurance agent and } .
: ; :t : T'', Seaboard conductor
nervously paced
'iE' hyyi'Af" tort'"S' .
;, : JD"; 'I"(l.1r tO ; the floor as the newly-elected half of the -- -s ,- .--- -..:-:;;;:
.' ,' ,_, Senate went behind: closed doors to
,.... ,, ,. .. .. designate the presiding officer. As time Grassroots GreetingEarly
ticked on for what seemed like an interminable I
period, a Senate pranksterstagewhispered In political career, Charley greets loyal constituent, Dave!
within earshot of Woodard. The elderly considered him their friend.
What Would You Do Johns that 'the caucus is deadlocked".
Johns wiped the sweat off his brow and
nervously swung his heavy gold watch But Johns' stiffest critics were in fice. He lost by 225 votes.
If You Were a Commissioner? chain an old habit more vigorously university circles. He sought and
received The "Florida
than usual. chairmanship of a new Senate Accent" article com-
Actually, no opposing
Investigating Committee mented:
nomination had been to
as Johns
look said
into the
evils Johns
The Telegraph has recounted the quoted by name. soon found out to his great relief." ing rampant on university campuses were runn--- and"The old Porkchopper wasn't bitter,
he had
to make.
no apologies He
woes of county commissioners each One elected city official said the com- Charley Eugene Johns was born In integration, communism, and worst of could look ruefully at the state's multi-
week for the several months at- Starke on February 27, 1905, the son of all, in his opinion --homosexuality.
an billion dollar
past missioners should first cut the salariesof Sheriff Everett E. and Annie budget, remembering his
tempt to enlighten Bradford residents Pettit Unfortunately,the investigation grew last year in the legislature when he
all elected county officials by 10 per- Johns. Politics was rough in those days, in notoriety until it obscured almost
about the sad state of fiscal affairs fac- cent. Realizing those salaries are set by and Sheriff Johns had just been everything else-- the roads he built, the than tried hard billion to trim.the budget to less

ed by the county. the legislature, the official said he defeated in a bitter campaign that left prison reforms he initiated, and he would a have in won TWO the years. He felt that if

thinks something could be worked out lingering hard-feelings. Johns took his highway patrol expansion. Florida had had a county-unit governorship rule
The situation didn't develop over- family and new nine-month-old son, and
with the legislative delegation. Secondly where a man who wins a county gets aUof
night. Former Clerk Gib Brown, CPA the official said commissioners: safety moved,to it is Nassau said) where County he(for went reasons to workas of its votes. Johns carried 40 of the 67

Pat Farnsworth and others have warn- should notify all department heads to a deputy sheriff.It counties, but lost by more than 50,000
ed commissioners for the five votes in Dade-almost equal to Collins'
past cut their budget by 10 percent. Since the
was not long before a stranger in margin of victory.
years that revenue was not keeping shortfall is about 10 percent of the fisherman attire appeared at the
pace with expenditures, and the shortfall budget, those actions would resolve the sheriff's office and told Johns of an illegal True to family tradition, Johns lived
would rise up and bite them one day. problem. net-fishing operation going on in a all of his adult life in the two story,five-
deserted area of Amelia Island near bedroom frame house on the corner of
That day has arrived. Commissionersare Among business leaders, there seem- Fernandina Beach. He asked Johns to South and Church Street, where he was

feeling the heat from several ed to be support for the $100 assessment accompany him to the deserted site in a born.

sources of dissatisfaction within the proposed by county commissioners, buta horse and buggy, which he did. The His humble beginnings are epitomized -
former official said the total assess- horse and buggy were later found but by a story he tells about the hardships -
county. Johns had been fatally shot and the of
the family after his father's
ment should be $150 including the
stranger had disappeared. It was death.
City commissioners from the four already-in-place $75 solid waste assess- speculated that he might have been a
municipalities within the county have ment. People whose homes are totally gunman hired for the murder as a i flour"Mama made" our underclothes out of
sacks, he recalled.
shown little for the would be result of animosity resulting from the "When us
sympathy county's exempt then paying $150 per election. boys went swimming in the creek, I'd
plight, with only one, Lawtey, agreeing year m taxes, an amount that seemed to undress.over in the bushes sG-the other;

to sign an interlocal agreement, allow- be; reasonable! by'. many ,The Telegraph The distraught Annie Johns returnedto kids wouldn't. see the,..flour. sacks I was
Starke with her and ..
family began JA U. ill
the to assess'its residents 'wear1n. 4, ace
ing county questioned. running an old-fashioned boarding P.I. "t "" __'

$100 per year for county funded agen- "Taxes should be spread across all house to support her three small In its Wednesday morning editions,

cies. Lawtey later rescinded it action. county residents," said one, but affirmed children. Charley was forced to quit x following The Florida comment Times-Union: carried the
school at .
an early age to help supporthis
The has withdrawn the -
county now by many. mother and sisters. He obtained

original plan to assess everyone $100, Commissioners' plans would have work with the Seaboard Air Line' "With Gov. Johns, what you

and seeks to reduce the assessment to been received better if all churches and Railroad as a flagman, later becoming saw was what you got. Hedidn't

$35 per household for funding emergency fraternal organizations were exempt conductor, and remained with the consult image-makers or
railroad for 29 years.
medical services. from the assesssments, said another. polls to tell him what to say. He
The now faces a $650,000 Following a pattern of political In- helped his friends and didn't
county "There continues to be fat in the coun- volvement that seems almost a family
budget shortfall, and will have to bor- tradition Johns was elected to the apologize for that. He
heard than
row money to meet its obligations, or ty budget, was more once, House of Representatives in 1935. In addition represented his constituents
cut expenditures. and commissior 's were charged with to his father's years as sheriff an Railroad Days well. He loved his state and
poor planning a I presentation of the uncle Jerry M. Johns, had served in
deficit of that dimension House Charley spent 29 with the gave his service unstintingly
Facing a assessment. How rer, some think com- the in 1887, and Markley Johns years
andraise Seaboard Air Line, most of It as a At the end of his career, he
how can the county repay a loan missioners are ttting on the right served in the House and Senate before conductor.
an additional $650,000 next year? his premature death. After serving one could say with conviction, "We
track with decreased assessment plans.
term in the House, Charley was electedto did a lot of good." Not only was
It seems to be a foregone conclusionthat The Telegraph wants opinion of the Senate in 1937. Johns eventually resigned from the that an accurate statement, but
ad will be raised committee and
valorem taxes
readers and invites everyone to write to He was still serving in the Senate in tionment of, the a year later reappor- it is a claim that not a lot of peapie
rapidly stateon
mills next taxesto growing
year. Raising property 1953 when Governor Dan McCarty died "
the editor how the
stating situation a one-man, one-vote basis weakened can make.
10 mills would raise the necessary in office, and Johns the Senate Presi-
funds but that could double taxes for should be handled. dent,was named to fill McCarty's unex- the power of the "pork chop gang" and In accordance
gave it to big-city forces in South and with State tradition,
most of those who pay. Lake front pro- Unsigned letters cannot be con- pired term, as provided by law. When Central Florida. Finally, in 1965 Johns Governor Bob Martinez ordered flagsat

perty owners would be extremely hard sidered, but identity will be withheld if this term term but expired defeated Johns ran for Collinsin a full lost his senate seat when he had to run the capitol flown at half-staff through
was by Leroy
Get those out and against two old January 30.
rquested. pencils a close vote, 380,323 for Collins to friends for his own ofLetters -
nit.This write those letters.Remember .
314,198 for Johns.
week The Telegraph sought opi-
nions from business leaders on what, in the one cent sales tax Although a sometimes controversial '
their opinion, county commissionersshould cannot be used for day-to-day: operating figure as all politicians must be J to the Editor
Johns was noted especially during his
do. Almost all persons contactedhad expenses, so that source of revenue is term as Acting Governor for being a I'

an opinion, but did not want to be out of the question. friend of the elderly and unemployed.Like .
Claude Pepper, he wanted to look Garbage Assessment on Churches Is QuestionedDear
out for his "old folks", and also tried to
get jobs for the hale and hearty
Senator Graham for Halt
? a unemployed, many of them at Florida Editor, taken home with of the
State Prison, which was in his district, As a first-time homeowner, a fairly and one members
disposed of In
I comprising Bradford and Union Coun- new resident of Bradford County, their trash.
To Amtrak's 'Spraying'U.S. ties. He was also instrumental in obtaining -, and a local pastor, the $75 garbage the 2.most Churches part,in made the county of and are, for
Hill-Burton federal funds for assessment has had me quite puzzled. up sup-
ported by residents
construction of Bradford County's first From the standpoint of a of the county.
Senator and former Florida said tracks were littered with sewage, hospital in the mid-1950s. homeowner I can understand the Those residents pay their
Governor Bob Graham thinks Congress and fishermen underneath the trestle necessity and the need of properly assessments at home and then turn
around and
In a May 7, 1972 Issue of the news pay again because they
should repeal a federal law allowing were splattered with waste. magazine'Florida Accents"a reporter disposing of waste. have chosen to support and be a part

Amtrak passenger trains to dump Amtrak was found guilty of four wrote: that What the county has puzzled has been me able is the to levya fact of a church located in this county.

human waste onto railroad tracks and counts of commercial littering, but "Almost seven years since he last tax against churches. The ple.Churches In are not buildings, but peo

into Florida waterways, sometimes sentencing was postponed. Amtrak filed held public office his people still call on arguments I have heard used to which my opinion is forbidden, this la by double the laws taxation -

showering fishermen and swimmers suit in U.S. District Court to block the Charley Johns for help. They would justify this tax are: First, It is not a of our land. _
his in
wait outside Insurance
under trestles and bridges.The state prosecution arguing that Florida Starke early in the morning agency,lined up second tax but, churches a special generate assessment garbageso and this Maybe, but when most folks think nothing of

law is superseded by federal laws clear into the street. They still call on they should participate in the expense bill from a church receives a
Senator planned to introduce a. governing U.S. passenger rail service. him for help, and he feels it's his obliga- of disposing of it. In days of so when they a are tax collector's office
supposed to be tax-
bill Tuesday repealing an exemption to millionto tion to give it, if he can. much push for separation of church exempt, something la not right. I
Amtrak said it cost $300
Florida public health rules that allow Johns was a member of group dubb- and state (the forbiding of prayersat would gladly pay more at borne to
Amtrak to discharge sewage from mov- refit its trains with the necessary ed the"Porkchoppers"made up of Northeast football games being the latest effort cover the cost of churches, than to
ing trains. holding tanks, but Graham was unsym- and Northwest Florida ) our county has levied and col- see government intrude Into where it
pathetic, saying that Florida's en- legislators who had more political cloutin lected a tax from local churches. has no business intruding what's
Graham says it is inconceivable that vironmental concerns come first. those days than South Florida did -a First, In regard to it being called a next an assessment for theprivilege
in this enlightened Amtrak situation that is now reversed. But special assessment and not a tax, of having a fire-house
tinues age, con- Such primitive methods of disposingof Johns was proud of being a "Porkchop- there are several things to note: nearby, or for the privilege of a
dump raw sewage onto its waste have been traditional with per" even though the big city media 1.Churches are receiving a bill for policeman driving by on patrol
tracks. "That Is so much at variance sometimes made snide remarks about which no product is received and no. Maybe no one else Is concerned, but
with ever other pollution standard that railroads since the first tracks were them. At least they got things done for service has been rendered. The they should

we have, the senator said. laid. But that was in an age of "wide their districts and also for the State, trash Is not picked up. as a result of be.A Concerned Citizen,
I open spaces" before the increase in Johns declared. paying this fee. Pastor Marty Hoffman
Two similar bills with bipartisan sup- population made environmental issuesof During his time. Acting Governor; 2. The bills are sent out and handl-
,! port were introduced in the House of concern. Bradford and Union County blossomed ed by the "Tax-Collector" and staff.
Representatives last session butGrahams out with more paved streets and roads 3. It has been called a tax by those Letter of Thanks:
Senator Graham deserves public sup- than ever before, but in the"Porkchop who have levied it. paid it, and even Words cannot
I proposal will be the first to port in getting rid of this holdover from per" credo, that's what a legislator is in the writings of recent Issues of the gratitude in adequately our hearts express to

reach the Senate. the dark ages of rail transportation. for and the voters seemed to agree. local papers. One would be hard faithful Lord and His people who our so
to that It's not tax.
: Amtrak's exemption from the 1976 Graham thinks Amtrak's resistance to pressed prove a lovingly gave to the special fund,
that churches
Johns was the subject of criticism in generate
I Public Health Act has enabled the rail modern treatment of waste is a matter the metropolitan media when he some garbage is a fact. What has. making it locate possible for us to permanently "

line to continue a long-standing practiceof of tradition rather than expense. became acting governor and almost Im- been failed to be seen here is: Palms. at Park' of the

discharging contents of its toilets onto "Railroads have traditionally done this, mediately fired 18 of McCarty appointees -, 1. Churches are. not in operation Thank you all from the bottom of
tracks and trestles In rural areas. and people don't like to deviate from because, he said, "theywouldn't seven days a week as most our hearts. A,special thank you to
businesses and
Collins homes are, nor are
pastor Gary Heath
the of
Last November Amtrak was charged what they have become accustomedto him with building a political machine they operated on a for-proflt basis. Hope Baptist Church people for

with commercial littering after trains ," he says.Fishermen. by filling state offices with his friends. Most of the churches in the county spearheading this project. Gratefully -
But Johns and the"Porkchoppers"said "are small country churches and ,
discharged on a trestle over the who get sprayed under
little What
that's par for the course. What Governor generate very garbage.
St. Johns River. A state wildlife officer trestles will undoubtedly agree. doesn't? little! garbage( Is generated ft usually Reba Thompson CBM Ministries,Anne. Bell Inc.

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'tnl!'':Sideof ? Mr. & Mrs. George Kaufmann

the News Celebrate 50th AnniversaryIn

*Birms 'Announcements.Parties;. Jan. 20 Reception in KH.

Engagements Weddings 'Church
'" Events '''Meetings George and Elma Kaufmann of Keystone Heights celebrated their 50th
\j\ wedding anniversary with a reception on January 20, 1990, at the Keystone
3; Calf 9646305 Ask;fot SoCial, : Heights Shrine Club hosted by their four children, Karolyn Kaufmann Mar-
tin of Melrose Lois Kaufmann Clark of Keystone Heights Paul Kaufmann of
Venice, and Janet Kaufmann Coule of Miami.
The Kaufmann's were married in Mt.Calvary Lutheran Church,Chicago,
t Illinlos on January 20, 1940.
As guests approached the outer entry of the club house they walked
beneath two archways entwined with miniature white lights and greenery
lighted candle bags and decorated urns containing white roses formed the
pathway.The .
party room was beautifully decorated for the celebration with lighted
palms. Large urns containing seasonal flowers were placed at vantage
; points in the room. Gold garland and white bells were hung above the dance
floor accented with 50 helium balloons adding to the party-like atmosphere.An .
a. ornate white bird cage containing two live love birds was placed at a
vocal point in the room.
The food tables,skirted to the floor were covered with army-navy clothes
I and held an assortment of buffet foods.
An heirloom cherub designed Quaker lace table cloth that was first usedat
!t fi'x'' ', hf the 40th wedding anniversary of Elma's parents the late Mr. and Mrs.
R.C. Pekie in 1950. and used at weddings by children and grandchildren Y
since then, covered the cake table.
i Crystal candle sticks with burning white tapers were placed on each side
of the three tiered anniversary cake. The top heart shaped tier was sup
f ported by cherub figures in keeping with the designed cloth. On each side of
the base were two additional heart shaped cakes one reading George and
s the other, Elma. The cake table also hdle the Precious Moments 50th anniversary
porcelain figurine a gift from their children and grandchildren.
"Through the Years with George and Elma" was narrated by their son
) : who acted as Master of Ceremonies for the evening.Also taking part was
1A Jack Redlin who served as best man at their wedding.Others who attendedthe
wedding 50 years ago and who took part in the narration were Lucille
Hoick Elma's cousin; Elenore Abel, a friend of 60 years; and Betty Graff
George's sister. After introducing the Children and their families, each
O grandchild ranging in age from 2 to 24 took part in the program by telling
Mr.and Mrs.Thomas B.Harding how their grandparents had influenced their lives.
r Dancing to music from the 40's and beyond was enjoyed by over 150 guests
who attended this memorable occasion.
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas. B. Harding and Elma Kaufmann The Kaufmann's moved to Starke in 1950 from Chicago.They have residedin
Celebrate 66 Years of Matrimony George Keystone Heights since 1963. George owned and operated the Keystone
Print Shop until his retirement in 1981. Elma has had an interest in writing
Dinner Sales poetry, her column "Pekie'n", was featured in early issues of the Lake
Mr: and Mrs. Thomas B. Harding celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary Young at Heart Region Monitor. They are actively involved in the Senior's group in
Tuesday, January 16, at the Whispering Pines Nursing Center where To Meet Feb. 1 To Benefit8th Keystone Heights.In .
Mrs. Harding Is a resident. Graders addition to their four children,they also have 11 grandchildren and four
Married in Atlanta Georgia January IS, 1924,Mr.and Mrs.Harding have The Young at Heart of the First great grandchildren..
lived in the Bradford County area for the past 53 years. Mr. Harding was an Baptist Church will have their Lawtey eighth graders will be selling Out-of-town guests were: Elenore Abel of Chicago Ill.; Lucille Holck of
I employee of Merita Bread Company for 26 1/2 years serving 26 years in regular monthly meeting Thursday chicken dinners Friday,. Feb. 2, McHenry IL; Gery Illy of Wheeling,IL: Gary Mitchell Wheeling IL; Betty
Starke. February 1, at noon in the new from 11:30 til sold out. and Andy Graff, Griffith Indiana; Ed Teske, Piper City IL; Doris and
''The couple had two children one daughter, Alice June Harding, now fellowship hall. Lunch will be provided Purpose of the sale is to raise Willis Tulare of Leesburg; Wilma and Wallace Haselby Venice; Deane Mar-
.deceased; and Thomas B. from the U.S. by the church. money for the group of eighth tin and Carol Whipple of Interlachen; Bill Russell and Deborah Runig W.
Government now living in Maryland. Four grandchildren and nine great Come join us. .graders to visit the nations Capitol Palm Beach; Mike Jeannette and Michael Redlin Orlando; Mr. and Mrs.
grandchildren complete the Harding family..4Vliss Washington, D.C. James Belk Hawthorne; those from Gainesville: Bryant and Helen Martin
Prices of the dinners will be $3.50 Pastor and Mrs. Robert Besalski Pastor and Mrs. Steven Hess, Ms. Cor-
Did you know.... picked up or $4.00 delivered. nelia Harrell Ms. Marion Holmes Ms. Annis Nagy, Mr. and Mrs. Cy
Black History Pageant Set Fr. Gilbert Crosby Mrs. Herbert Delivery is for businesses only. Kopecky and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Gebhard.St. .
Thomas Mrs. Rose Babyar Mrs. Special ProgramSet
Elizabeth Wade Mrs. Janet Willis for Sunday Johns Church GOING OT OF BUSINESS$SALE
,"tThe Black in the Bradford High attendedthe
fourth annual "Miss day, Feb. 24, and Mrs. Joseph Ballinger Installs OfficersSt
History.fag eant"will be held Satur- School auditorium at 8 p.m. Daughters of the King meeting January 28
held at the Episcopal Conference John Missionart Baptist Savings, to 60%
Applications for the pageant are New River Congregational Church will be having installation of up
smwmwmt.Savings I $ now due. Young ladies from 13-15 Center at Camp Weed on Saturday, Methodist Church northwest of officers for all church auxiliaries on
< > years of age will be judged in the January 20. Lawtey at the intersection of CR 199 Sunday January 28, at 4 p.m. EVERYTHING MUST GO!
Junior Division and 16-18 in the & 125 will present the Life and Rev. Freeman Garmon and the
up to 60% Senior Division. The Woman's Club of Starke Praise Puppets this Sunday Mt. Moriah Baptist Church of _
IV Presi-
Judging areas will include a 500 hosted the FFWC District January 28, at 5 p.m. Gainevllle will host the services. ,
I EVERYTHING MUST GO! word competition entitled "Why dent's Council meeting on Friday. Everyone is invited to attend and Rev. Herman Johnson pastor, cordially next to Little Creasers
I'm Proud to be Black",talent,poise January 19. Luncheon was served at enjoy these entertaining puppets. invites to attend. _
and modeling the conclusion of the Workshop Ses
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Erin Hamilton, Elaine "Murray, ----By Brand! Griffis:-"Why- whole world and'I love-ti.'ii1.9chool' It has many-activities such as the

Ii, Southside School News... Kim DeSue, Eric Hudson, Maurice Southside Southside Celebrates should celebrate 30th Birthday becauseIt ? very much. Southslda Is the best turkey bowl'J'eld trips days.Halloween We also
Sean Connaughton, Trent school In the whole world and tile .
News from P.E.Department: TheSouthside Donley Patterson, Kara Andrews, Erica has been around for 30 years. We school out of the hole schools and It have good teachers and a good principal
of EventsJan. are celebrating because It has a lot Southsidehas
Is White, can help you when you need and good coaches.
Patrol Angie
Safety sponsored Chastain, Tara Casey
memories It has a lot. kids. They built J
:7t: : Birthday Party, 1 p.m.on by the Physical Education teachers, Jim Pennington, Matt Odom of crown something lilt'unch money. gained so many
Southside has taught well. We We learn a lot of j
court; Cokes 25 cents each. Lanier Clyatt and Keith Tetstone. Rachael Coleman, Kenya Flowers, Southside Is a very very old school more portables.
.Jaa. 30: Report Cards Home Our Safety Patrols must be good Sheila Hampton, Chris Sembroski, have been having a carnival for and It Is the school of my year and It new stuff.
Jan. 31: Early Release, 1 p.m. citizens and show qualities of leader- Adam Coleman,Wade Huggins,Kelly about 20 years. They have had a lot will always be til I have. Southside By David Brown: Why Southside
New fr the of activities like football games. is nice school It will feed Celebrates 30th Birthday: Southside
m Office ship. They supervise walkways and Trimble, Synica Crlbbs, Jeremy. a very you
Our 196940 Shark Handbook was restrooms and assist in supervision Scott Andy Redding. Like popcorn and cake. There Is lunch and It will help you if you get is going to celebrate Its 30th birth-
mailed to all parents this week. A of the playground before school. games like kickball Softball and hurt outside. day. Southside has grown a lot. It
special<<: newsletter about several Im- They raise and lower the flag daily. soccer. You learn about math, spell- By Shay Sweat: Why Southslda would be nice for the people to comeback
portant events was mailed to every Each six weeks, eight 5th gradersare When asked the question, "Why Ing and engllsh (sp). Why not Celebrates 30th Birthday Jan. to see all the changes and for
parent last week. If you did not chosen for the Safety Patrol. We Southside Celebrates 30th celebrate 30 years of our school? 1828. it Is a very special school to the parents to meet the teachers.
receive these Items, please visit our are very proud of the following Birthday?", these four children By Diveta Williams: Southside Is me. I have been here all my school They are looking ahead to the next 30
school office. students and sav thanks to vou ail;:... responded: going to celebrate I., the 30th birthday year. It has been around a long time. years and what It will bring.
rem : trin b PCaI/AR tt n the b eR t school in the
oac; President Lee -
Anne Dampier Our next PTA
meeting will be held on Feb. 8 at 7
p.m.In the school cafeteria.This is a : USDA Choice Beef

special meeting to discuss the new .
discipline plans which are being proposed :
by our 1989-90 Discipline Com-
"jhla Important.Please meg make ting.plans to attend I"ONDM [BROI' Extra Lean Small &

Japan Program Held I I Family Pack

At Woman's Club

Luncheon Jan. 10 '

Maria Stephenson, chairman of CUBESTEAK
International Affairs Department,
was in charge of the meeting held in 1
the Woman's Club Wednesday, Jan. *..

10.Mrs. Marjorie Thomson Introduced I
the speaker,Mrs.Brenda Currey
of the Lake Region Travel Bureau of
Keystone Heights. Mrs. Currey was
raised in Delaware, graduated from SI''.. M011. TUES. WED. THUR. FRI. SAT.
the University of Delaware with a J
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Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 28 21
degree as a home economist,
specializing in fabrics and textiles. ZI

Their Japan I ii an Intriguing country.Is Prices In this ad good Monday,

mysterious religious; festivals background are held at Jan. 22 thru SUnday, Jan. 28, 1990.

almost any time on flowers
children, elderly, historical and I C0untry
ancestors.Japanese people are very
respectful and crime is very low. A FRESH GREEN BROCCOLI
video was shown with beautiful
scenes of the country mountains I FII2EAST
cherry trees blooming, streams of
water, snow and carnival parades. I

The Where word Japan means. "The Place 8R _ _ _ _
the Sun Rises" In the centerof ( 41
the city Tokyo is the Emperor's
Palace. Scenes from several cities
were shown and their transportation
system which is one of the finest;
pearl cultivation industry is important -
to Japan and seafood. The old -( _
capitol city,Kyoto, sill observes the
old ways in the tea-serving Y ._ __
ceremony, weaving, old temples.
The Great Buddha the largest in the 2 Washington State
world, is there. The wide variety of
climates in Japan allow skiing in the T r Red Or Golden
cold portion, steam baths in the hot u
springs, ocean beaches and bathing. Lb. Delicious
Japan is a most interesting country I
to visit. Pkg. of 12 12 Oz. Cans -
The head table, covered with a
white lace cloth, had a centerpiece U Imitation Diet Co Die Caffeine Free
of plum colored Japanese pottery
filled with white dogwood and plum COKE CLASSIC
colored silk: flowers while the small CRABMEAT
tables,covered with pink cloths had cTN
small similar centerpieces. A side
table held a Japanese ceremonialtea uASN1N 10
set which presented to a couple ,Lb.
upon their marriage and a set of red A / /* ///" "' YIJVa .
X/Y .
lacquer bowls with a serving bowl rtuo2 -
used for fish appetizers was also on Farms Small $ ?/ ,n;, ,C rfnefl tell! nl b r
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the table. An arrangement of spring Holly -hntfl I u
flowers was at the entrance door. Jumbo Pack
The Japanese luncheon, catered &
by Oleta Hardenbrook, was pepper
beef fried rice, egg roll, stir-fry CHICKENTHIGHS 12-12 02. Cans i
vegetable medley with gingered Sprite, Diet Sprite ., ,3.29
fresh fruits topped with a miniature
Japanese parasol and fortune r
cookies for dessert.

presided Mrs. R.A.over Green the meeting., Jr., president, 21-25 COORS & North Carolina

Devotional was I given( by Mrs.
Herbert Thomas using a poem by COORS
Helen Steiner Rice, "A Sure Way Toa ) Count 7 i I
Happy Day". New members, Mrs.
Barbara Navitsky and Mrs. Desta LIGHT POTATOESNORTH
Dyal, were weicomed to the club. SHRIMP
The committee for this meeting 5/94 12 oz./6 pk en {
was Maria Stephenson, chairman,
assisted by Margie Sapp, Irene !
Faulkner, Shirley Douglas, Vickie rars s
Teal and Donna Wells. Door prizes J,

were Navitsky.won by Dolly Spiers and BarKara $699 Lb. $289 49cii1iILii Lb

SES News... -

Roadrunner Review ciii a a \ no

Principal* Message: This year on
Arbor Day we celebrated by planting -
1 trees. The ceremony was
videotaped on Thursday afternoon
and then broadcast to all our 14.50z Whole Peeled 15.5 Oz. Blackeye Peas/ 5 Oz. 5 Ct. Biscuits ,
students en closed circuit TV that 96 Oz.
I Friday. Persons responsible for this HUNT'S TOMATOES I Pintos/Great BUTTER-ME-alOTS TropicanaU
important part of our learning experiences JOAN OF ARC BEANS ORANGE JUICE299cl1
were Mrs. Vicki Powell,
Primary Specialist, and S.E.S. Stu-
dent Council sponsored by Mrs. JOAN /
Melba Johnson. / MARG
Please remember that report 4/$1/ J.$299
cards will be sent home with O
students on Monday, Jan. 29. Along ;
with the report card parents should :
receive an interesting and helpful
I document, entitled "Parent.Pledie" t J ,
.This document was provided .1l !q ."'':,,,., 7 -.': '==
1 to SES by Mrs. Denise Adams 7 Oz. Reg./Mesquite BBQ/Jalapeno 7.5 Oz. Lasagna/Spaghetti With
I our County Director of ExceptionalEducation. Meatballs/Beef-A-Roni/Tic-Tac-Toes With 20 Oz. Frozen Shoestring
I Please take a few WISE KRUNCHERS Meatballs/Beef Ravioli Microwave Lynden Farms 16 Oz. Breakstone's
I minutes to read the "Parents CHEF BOYARDEE PASTA I
Pledge"along with your child. $ 3 POTATOES CREAM
Classroom News: From Mrs.DeValarlo's 1 9 ===
Wife grade: Recently, I c
Mrs. De's 5th grade class made S. $ 0

Mrs.gingerbread DeSue's houses, Mrs.; it Hartley's was a big and hit. 7 Cheez Oz. Wise Puffed/Crunchy 79 C = 3/$1 I f dn i SOUR

Mrs. Hull's kindergarten classes Doodles. 99 PASTA = J .. CREAM
came la to look at them. Also, Mrs.
; =
Ivey flnt grade class participated. -
David Thomas performed a scientific -
experiment in our class; it wasa
big success. News by Michelle Os- 3 Lb. Firelog 42 Oz. Dish
teen and Amanda Welch.A Detergent 20 Lb. Dog Food
BIG thanks to all parents who AMBERGLOW II IVORY LIQUID
sent in goodie for us to make out PURINA GRRRAVY(
gingerbread bouses. The children i.
created their own beautiful"work of I /h k.
art"! We are proud of Jeremy nn,
Soyder and David Thomas for their 8ge $199 I II
great Runner Job Report.Frem as announcers. on the Road ? $669

Mrs. v..'. KindergartenClass
i Thanks to Mrs. Debra #
Stephens and Dane for the colorful .
confetti cupcakes for our CC week _
snack, O
Also a big thanks to the peer-
tutors from Mrs. DeValerio's class. -.1"'i'V'
Their made Mrs.D'.cooperation !
have the difference for our
class. Nest week will be progress .
tasting for the kindergarten classes.


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Parcel" iTract( "F"): A tract of land ---..
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 89>26'12" E, along the South line of sold
Carol Williams
'1( situated In Section 24, Township South : Deputy Clerk
Rang. 22 East Bradford County Florida REGISTER NW 1/4 a distance of 1356.03 feet to a 1/11 4tch92/01.: Cont. No. 342
/ said tract FICTITIOUS NAME concrete monument on the East ROW
more particularly
,. described as follows: line of a County Graded Rood; thencerun NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Commence at the most Westerly Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida N 00'03'24": E, along sold ROW llr REZONING
of Lot 64 of "KEYSTONE CLUB Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the 1183.81 feet to a concrete monument: AND AMENDMENT OF THE LAND USE

'. "" ........ m_ ..... .............. ...,. .,....;;"_. ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT". as shownon undersigned Tim Goenman Rt. 1 tort thence run N 00"31'23" E, along sold East PLAN
674, Lawtey Florida 32058, sole owner, ROW line 444.87 feet to concrete An ORDINANCE the
plot th.r.of a amending Comprehensive
recorded 'In Plat Book
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH South 00>14'09":W-;.. 259.54: : feet;;the 31, of the public records of Brad 3. doing business under the firm name of monument at the NW corner of Lot I of land Use Plan Element and

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR South line of laid Section 24; thence run ford page County Florida and run North TIM GOETZMAN CONSTRUCTION COM "GENEVA WOODS", unrecorded map; Map by Bradford County, Florida in accordance
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA South M1S'40". East 7B3.53 feet to the 29'16'20" West along tho Westerly line of PANY, Route I, Box 674. Lawtey Florida thence run S S9>26'12" E, along the North with the local Government

CASE NO.89-146-CP ((1-4133)) POINT Of BEGINNING; contlnu. said r.plot, a distance of 60.00 feet to 32058, Intends to register said fictitious line of said lot 1; a distance of 435.73 Comprehensive' Planning Act of 1975 as

South ee-15'40" East along said South the most Southerly corner of lot 63 of name under the aforesaid statute. /f.., to the POB; thence continue along provided for In Chapter 163 of the
IN RE: Th. Estate of (line 1495.004t: thence run North sold r.plat and the POINT OF BEGINNING Dated this 16th day of January A.D.. the North line of sold Lot 1 and the North Florida Statutes.TO .
WILLIAM RIPKE Deceased. 01*41'20" East In Bradford County Florida. line of Lot 31 of said unrecorded All Citizens
115.00 feet to the ; continue North 2916 20" mop : Taxpayers, and other
Southerly right of way line of a 60 foot West along said Westerly IIn., 120.00 IH f R 4trho2/04 708.13 feet to a concrete monument; Interested persons.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe road; thenoe run Northwesterly with a f..t to the most Westerly corner of sold NOTICE OF PUBLIC thence run N 00'31'23" E. 326J1 feet to You and each of You are hereby and
curve concave Northeasterly said curvIng Lot 63; thence run South 60*43'40'West PROPOSED HEARINGON an Iron pipe; thence run S 89"26'12" E, herewith given notice In accordancewith
administration of the Estate of having a central angl.of 44ori9"" a 100.00 feet: run South 29*16'20" EMERGENCY 134.25 feet; thence run N OO'05'Oo4"E.along' Florida Statutes that the Board of
WILLIAM RIPKE. Deceased Flic No. radius of 250.86 feet, an arc length of East 120.06 f..t to the Northerly right of MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) the East line of sold NW 1/4, a County Commissioners of Bradford

89-146-CP ((1-4133)) I Is pending In th.Cir- 192.74 and a chord bearing and distance way line of a 60 foot road; thence run ORDINANCE distance 610.01 feet to a 'oolnt on theNorth County Florida have designated the

cult Court for Bradford County. Florida. of North 66',,6..0.. West 188.04 feet; Northeasterly along said Northerly rightof NOTICE IS HEREBY line l of said North line 837,72 feet; Bradford County Zoning and Planning
Probate Division the address of which I I. thence run Northwesterly with a curve way line with a curv. concav. 5th of GIVEN that on the thence run S 00"31'23"W. 1009.27 feet to Board to conduct a public hearing at a
Bradford County Courthouse, Stark. concave Southwesterly said curve have Southeasterly sold curve having a central the day Bradford February 1990. at 10:00 a.m.. the POB. regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the
Florida 32091. ing a control angle of 43"59'40", a radiusof angl.of 01'36'45', a radius of 140.00' County Board of County Sold parcel I containing 18.24" acres Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke.
Th. name and address of the personal 123.56 feet, an arc length of 94.72. feet an arc I.ngth of 3.94 f..t and a the In regular session to beheld more or less. Florida on Tuesday January 30 1990.
representative and the personal feet and a chord bearing and distance chord bearing and distance of North at board meeting room at the Parcel II: A tract of land situated in and make a recommendation to the
representative's attorney are tt forth of North 66'15'50" West 92.41 feet; 59'55'17" East, 3.94" f..t; run County Courthouse Stark, Government lot 1 of Section 25, Board of County Commissioners and the
below. run North 881 S'40" West, North 60"43'40" East along said Northerly Florida will hold a public hearing on the Township 8 S, Range 22 E, Bradford Board will consider on Wednesday

All Interested persons are required to 1234.98 feet; thence run South 01'11'20". right of way IIn., 96.06 feet to the proposed enactment of an EMERGENCY County Florida; said tract being more February 21, 1990 at the CommissionersRoom
file with this Court. WITHIN THREE MON West. 220.00 feet to the POINT OF POINT OF BEGINNING. MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) Ordinance, particularly described as follows: of the Bradford County Courthouse

THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS BEGINNING at public sale, to the highest bidder establishing a countywide special Commence at a concrete monument at Stark., Florida at 7:30 p.m. an
NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the ettale EXCEPTING FROM THE FOREGOINGTHE for cash In the lobby of the Bradford assessment In the amount of $33.00 for a the SW corner of said NW 1/4 and run S Ordinance relating to:

and ((2)) any obectlon| by an Interested FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: County Courthouse, In Stark., Florida one year period for the purpose of 89*26'12' E, along the South line of said The rezoning of the following described
person to whom notice was mailed that Commence at the most Westerly corner at 1 1:00 a.m. on the 6th day of February, EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES.The NW 1/4 a distance of 1356.03 feet to a property and amending the Comprehensive the validity of the will the of Lot 64 of "KEYSTONE CLUB 1990.WITNESS Ordinance will repeal Bradford concrete monument on the East ROW Land Use Plan to provide
qualifications of the personal representative ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT", as shown my hand and official seal on County Ordinance No. 89-7 which provided line of a County Graded Road; thencerun that land currently zoned RMF-2 and or jurisdiction of the Court. on plot thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, this 6th day of Nov.mb.r 1989. for a special assessment for jail N 00"0324". E, along said East ROW designated by the plan as Residential

ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT page 51 of the public records of Bradford RAY NORMAN operations and emergency medical services line, 1183.81 feet to a concrete monument Multiple Family be rezoned to RSFMH3 -
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. County. Florida and run North 29"16'20" Clerk of the Circuit Court In the amount of $100.00 per year. ; thence run N 00*31'23" E, along and designated Residential Single

Publication of this Notice has begunon West along the Westerly line of said By: Carol William., Deputy Clerk All Interested parties are Invited to said East ROW line, 444. 87 f.ella a concrete Family/Mobile Home the property of

January 4, 1990. 'replat' distance of 180.Q lest Jo.the 1/11 4tchq 2/02; Cent No. 341 present their comments at the time and monument at the NW corner of lot Irene Faulkner, described follows
as :
mosttWe.t.r y corner of lot 63 as shown place set forth above. 1 of "GENEVA WOODS", unrecorded
WALTER RIPKE on told r.plat: run South IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Persons are advised that if they map; thence run S 6926'12" E, along the Approximately 3.7 acres out of Parcel
Rout. 1, Box 143 t/tfurttr West 723.75 feet: thence run JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR decide to appeal any decision mode at North line of said lot I. and Lot 31 of No. 02217.0-00000 In Section 16.

Hampton South 0014'05" West, 259.54 f..t to the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA this hearing they will need a record of sold unrecorded map, 1143.86' feet to an North Township 6, Range 22 East located on

JOHNNY South line of sold Section 24' ; run PROBATE DIVISION the proceedings, and for such purpose, iron pipe; thence run M 0031'23" E, 301.
R. You
HOBBS JR. South 8815'40" East, 1583.53 f..t to the CASE NUMBER: 90-06-CP they may need to ensure that verbatim 396.91 feet to an Iron pipe at the NW corner ore further given NOTICE that a
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. I I POINT OF BEGINNING: thence continue IN RE: ESTATE OF record of the proceedings Is made, of lands recorded In Official Records copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is
P.O. .
Stark.Drawer 938 South "'*'''40'' East along said South REGENIA A. STRIGLERS. which record Includes the testimony and Book 209 Page 424. of the Public Recordsof available for your inspection at the office
Florida 32091 of the Director of and Planning
((904) 964-5700 IIn. 520.67 feet; thence run North Deceased. evidence upon which the appeal to be said County; thence run S 8926'13" E, Zoning
) 01'44'20" East, 18S.39 f..t to the NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION based. along the North line of said lands, 134.25 City Hall Thompson Street, Starke,

Attorney for Personal Southerly right of way line of a 60 foot Th. administration of the estate of DATED this 16th day of January 1990. feet to the POB.: thence continue S Florida.!
Representative road; thence run Northwesterly with a REGENIA A. STRIGLERS. deceased File BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 8926'12" E along sold North line, Each and every person having any Interest
1/04 4tchg 1/25;: Control No.339 curv.concave Southwesterly sold curve Numb.r 1058.29 feet whatever In the enactment of this
90-06-CP Is pending: In the Circuit BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA an Iron pipe on the W'ly
having a c.ntral angl. of 43'59'0'. a Court for Bradford County Florida RAY NORMAN. ROW line of SR No. 21; thence run NE'ly proposed ORDINANCE should appear
radius of 123.36 feet an arc length of Probate Division the address of which Is Clerk of the Court along said ROW line with a curve concave and be heard at the time and place

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH 94.72 feet and a chord bearing and 945 North Temple Avenue, Stark., 1/18.21chg 1/25; Cont. No. 354 Ely said curve having a radius of prescribed.

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR distance of North 66*15'50' West.. 92.41 Florida 32091. The names and addresses ............. 1143.26' feet and an arc length of 752.89 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA feet; thence run North 88"15..0.. West, of the Personal Representative and the feet to on Iron pipe located S 6207'42" E, BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.401-CA 434.98 feet; thence run South 01"44'20"West. Personal Representative's IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH 142.59' feet from the SW corner of Lot 7 1/11 2tchg 1/25: Cont. No. 347.,
FNB PROPERTIES. INC.. a Florida 220.0 feet to the POINT OF BEGIN, forth below. attorney areset JUDICIAL BRADFORD CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR of Block 17 of "KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES
corporation. NING. All Interested persons are r.qulred to CIVIL ACTION NO. 89-229-CA UNIT ONE", as per plot thereof recordedIn NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Plaintiff Parcel 2 (Tract "D"): A tract of land file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. FNB PROPERTIES INC.. PB 3 on Page 10 of the Public Recordsof REGISTER

vs situated In the Southwest 1/4 of Section THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS a Florida corporation. sold County; thence run N 6207'42" FICTITIOUS NAME
JACK COURTNAY 8 ASSOCIATES INC., 24. Township 8 South Range 22 East, NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Plaintiff W. 142.59 feet to said SW corner; thencerun
a Florida corporation; and JACKM. N 8916'29" W, the North line
Bradford County Florida, sold tract being and along
((2)) any objection by any Interested v* Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
COURTNAY Individually of said Sectlon25 distance of
; described a
more particularly as person on whom this notice was served JACK COURTNAY AND ASSOCIATES Statutes, notice is hereby given Ihallh.
Defendants. follows feet to the NW corner of said Gov.rn.m.nt
: that challenges the validity of the Will INC.a undersigned Robert G. Norman and
NOTICE OF SALE Lot I thence S 0005'04"
Commence at the most Westerly corner run W
the qualifications of the Personal Florida corporation; JACK M. Richard G. Norman P.O. Box 5 6.Lawl.y. ,
Notlc. Is hereby given that pursuant of Lot 64 of "KEYSTONE CLUB along the West line of said Government
Representative, COURTNAY and The Florida 32058 joint doing
venue, Individually owners
or jurisdiction of :
to an order or a final judgement of ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT". as shownon Lot. 610.01 feet to the P08.L. .
the Unknown Heirs business under the firm
Court. Devisees, Grantees, name of UNCLE
foreclosure entered In the abov.captlon.d .- plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, ... and except that portion describedIn
I 51 of the records of Bradford Partial Release of recordedin
action, will sell the property page public Mortgage
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Trustees or Other Claimants 4 MI. West of Lawtey Lawtey Florida
situated In Bradford County Florida County Florida and run North 29"16'20"W..t. Official Records Book 281 page 299
Publication claiming by through under 32058 Intends said fictitious
of this or to
Notice has begun of register
described as: along the Westerly line of sold public records of Bradford County
against JACK M. COURTNAY under the aforesaid
on 1/18/90. name statute.
Parcel I (Tract "C") A tract of land replat a distance of 180.0 f..t to the Florida.
: who I I. not known to be dead alive this
Personal or Dated 16th day of January, A.D..
situated In Section 24, Township South most Westerly corner of Lot 63 as shown Representative:: Defendants. at public sale, to the highest bidder
South ALICE JEAN STRIGLERS WILLIAMS for cash In the lobby of the Bradford In Bradford County Florida.
Rang. 22 East Bradford County. Florida on said r.plat: thence run NOTICE OF SALE
West 26th Street County Courthouse, in Starke, 1/25 4tchg 2/1 S
said tract being mar. particularly 6043'4O" West 723.75 lest; thence run Notice Is hereby that Florida
described follows South 00'14'06" West, 259.54 f..t to the Jacksonville, Fl 32206 pursuantto at 11:OO a.m. on the 6th day of February
: an order or a final judgement of
South line of said Section 24; thence run at the
most Westerly corner foreclosure entered In the above 1990.WITNESS
B815'40" 665.13 feet the Attorney for Personal hand and
of South East to my official seal this
Lot 64 of :ICiYSTO'U.CLUII.; captioned action, I will sell the
propertysituated OF GOD
: North Avenue
POINT OF BEGINNING: thence continue Temple 6th day of November 1989.
ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT", as shown South 88"15'40' East, along sold South Starke, FL 32091 In Bradford County Florida Fred H. Kent Ill 422 N. St.Clair 964-5443

art'plat theretorecorded In Plat Book (-In.:' 118.iirr.f: thence' run' Norm; ((904)) 96t'ZOO'c.,) : j: axr.wbYw! .J ,_. described asstParcel 1 Florida Bar No. 327042 M -..yr John SprotJJn. Pasof I Ij =u
51, the recorde-of Bradford 1 I situated /
public I
: tract of land In the
014470" East 220.00 feet to "the'Southerly ,, Flo. Bar No. 072941 > Kent, Ridge < Crawford Darr ,
County Florida and run North NW 1/4 of VVte Invtto you to wonhpMttf
Section 25. Township 8 S,
right of way line of a 60 foot 1/182tchg 1/25; Cont. No. 352 225 Water Street Suite 900
29"16'20"West along the Westerly line of North 8815'40" Weit Range 22 E, Bradford County Florida; Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Attended Nursery
said replat, a distance of 180.0 f..t to rood; thence run of said tract being more particularly ((904)) 353.5501 Surtd.y!School .......?... ........... 10 sm
the moil Westerly comer of Lot 63 as along sold Southerly right way line described as follows: for Plaintiff Morning Warship .. .... .... .... 11 urn
118.40 feet; thence run South 0120"W..t. Attorneys .. .. .
shown said r.plat South Evening Sarvice 6
on : run Commence at a concrete monument at RAY pen
6043'40". W.,'. 723.73 Jee: Ihmnem run 220.00, feet to the POINT OP 11\\. SW comer of sold NW 1/4 and run.S Clerk of the Circuit NORMAN.Cour} I Youth .......................... 730pm:
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S J"aelA TELEGRAPH janunl'vln.lnnnt !

.t Erin Hamilton, Elaine Murray, By Brand Griffis: "Why whole world and'/'love thin school It has many-activities such as the
Southside School News. Southslda Celebrates 30th Birthday?
.. Kim DeSue, Eric Hudson, Maurice celebrate becauseIt very much. Southside/ the best turkey bowl, field trips Halloween
Southslds should
Donley, Sean Connaughton, Trent school /In the whole world and the carnivals/ and field days. We also
Calendar of Events News from P.B. Department: The Patterson, Kara Andrews, Erica has been around because for 30/years.has We lot school out of the hole schools and /It have good teachers and a good prin-
Southside Safety Patrol is sponsoredby Chastain, Tara Casey, Angle White, are celebrating a can help you when you need cipal and good coaches. Southside
Jan. at: Birthday Party, 1 p.m.on the Physical Education teachers, Jim Pennington, Matt Odom, of memories./ It has grown a lot. something Ilk, 'lunch money. has gained so many kids. They built '
court; Cokes 25 cents each. Lanier Clyatt and Keith Tetstone. Rachael Coleman, Kenya Flowers, Southside has taught very well. We Southside Is a very very old school more portables. We learn a lot of 'j
Jan. 29: Report Cards Home Our Safety Patrols must be good Sheila Hampton, Chris Scmbroski, have been having a carnival for and Its the school of my year and It new stuff.
Jan. SI: Early Release, 1 p.m citizens and show qualities of leader- Adam Coleman,Wade Huggins, Kel- about 20 years. They have had a lot will always be til/ I If'ave. Southside/ By David Brown: Why Southside
News from the Office ship. They supervise walkways and ly Trimble, Synica Cribbs, Jeremy. of activities like football games. Is a very nice school- It will feed you Celebrates 30th Birthday: Southside
There It
Our 196940 Shark Handbook was restrooms and assist in supervisionof Scott, Andy Redding. Like popcorn and lunch and It will help you If you get Is going to celebrate Its 30th birth
mailed to all parents this week. A the playground before school. games like kickball Softball and hurt outside. day. Southside halt grown a lot. It
special newsletter about several important They raise and lower the flag daily. soccer.. You learn about.math, spelling By Shay Sweat: Why 5outh /lda would be nice for the people to comeback
events was mailed to every Each six weeks, eight 5th gradersare When asked the question, "Why and engilsh (sp) Why not Celebrates 30th Birthday Jan. to see all! the changes and for
parent last week. If you did not chosen for the Safety Patrol. We Southslde Celebrates 30th celebrate 30 years of our school? 18-28. It Is a very special school to the parents to meet the teachers.
receive these items, please visit our are very proud of the following Birthday?", these four children By Diveta Williams: Southslde is me. / have been here all my school They are looking ahead to the next 30
school office. students and say thanks to you alL,. responded: going to celebrate the 30th birthday year. It has been around a long time. years and what It will bring.
From SSE PTA_President, Lee !bpeoHse It li the best school in the
Anne Dam ler: OUr next PTA
meeting will be held on Feb. 6 at 7
p.m. in the school cafeteria.This is a Beef
Special meeting to discuss the new F USDA Choice
discipline plans whl,*h are being pro- ,1 1
posed by our 1989-90 Discipline Com
this mittee.Important Please meeting make plans to attend I I I : I Extra Lean Small &

Japan Program Held I I I Family Pack

At Woman's Club -; ,,,;-, .,,, .,>

Luncheon Jan. 10 BOAS! $248

Maria Stephenson, chairman of CUBESTEAK
International Affairs Department,
was in charge of the meeting held in JJ
the Woman's Club Wednesday,Jan. 4B.

Marjorie Thomson introduced '
ed speaker Mrs.Brenda Currey.
of the Lake Region Travel Bureau of
Keystone Heights. Mrs. Currey was
raised In Delaware, graduated from SUN. MON. TUES. WED. THUH.ZS fRI. SAT.
the University of Delaware with a
degree as a home economist, 2223 Z4 ZS 27I L b
specializing in fabrics and textiles. I zs .
Japan is an intriguing country.
Their religious background is Prices In this ad good Monday,
mysterious; festivals are held at / Jan. 22 thru Sunday Jan. 28, 1990.coUntry .
almost any time on flowers
children, elderly, historical and __
ancestors.Japanese people are very prod '
respectful and crime is very low. A 'Is
video was shown with beautiful a'm
scenes of the country mountains, I _
cherry trees of
water, snow and carnival parades.
The word Japan means "The Place
Where the Sun Rises". In the center
of the city Tokyo is the Emperor's STiolERS
Palace. Scenes from several cities
were shown and their transportation
system which is one of the finest;
pearl cultivation industry is Important n -

to Japan and seafood. The old L 1 _
capitol city. Kyoto, sill observes the
old ways in the tea-serving .
ceremony, weaving, 99
The Great Buddha,the largest in the Washington State
world, is there. The wide variety of Snow White _
climates Japan allow skiing in the Red Or Golden
cold portion, steam baths in the hot CAULIFLOWERImitation _
springs,ocean beaches and bathing. Delicious
Japan is a most interesting country
to visit. Pkg. of 12 -12 Oz. Cans
The head table, covered with _
white lace cloth had a centerpiece $ Diet Coke, Coke ne FreeCOKE APPLES
of plum colored Japanese pottery Diet _
filled with white dogwood and plum CLASSIC 4
colored silk flowers while the small CRABMEAT
tables, covered with pink cloths,had \yASNi1VGTUlyr
small similar centerpieces. A side
table held a Japanese ceremonialtea 69 co '
set which is presented to a couple r $ 'LbC
upon their marriage and a set of red 99. .
2 '''''0'' .
: .
lacquer bowls with a serving bowl .. $4id a
used for fish appetizers was also on Farms Small $ 5:9 'i"de nluod,. : jfaofl+ toll nl .b.l .,
the Holly '" .
table.An arrangement of spring 1" -- .hiv.J "'
flowers was at the entrance door. Jumbo PackCHlCtCEN Lb' I)
The Japanese luncheon, catered &
by Oleta Hardenbrook
was pepper ""
beef, fried rice, egg roll, stir-fry 12-12 Oz. Cans ., ''I iiiiii",
vegetable medley with gingered Sprite Diet Sprite ....... .3.29
fresh fruits topped with a miniature .
Japanese parasol and fortune r
cookies for dessert. THIGHS
Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr., president, 21-25 COORS & .
presided over the meeting. North Carolina
Devotional was by Mrs.

Helen Herbert Steiner Thomas Rice using, "A Sure a poem Way To by ) Count COORS 1 j

a Happy Day". New members,Mrs. )
Barbara Navitsky and Mrs. Desta LIGHT POTATOESNORTH
Oyal were welcomed to the club. S 94 '
was The Maria committee Stephenson for this, chairman meeting, 12 oz./6 pk en

assisted by Margie Sapp Irene
Faulkner, Shirley Douglas, Vickie .
Teal and Donna wells. Door prizes
were won by Dolly Spiers and Bar- $699 $289
bara Navitsky. 49
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SES News... !

Roadrunner Message : This year on EXTRA LOW I PRICES..EVERYDAY i !

Arbor Day we celebrated by planting -
trees. The ceremony was
videotaped on Thursday afternoon
and then broadcast to all our 14.5 15 5 Oz. 5 Ct. Biscuits
students on closed circuit TV that Oz. Whole Peeled i.5 Oz. Blackeye Peas/ 96 0 .
Friday. Persons responsible for this HUNT'S TOMATOES Pintos/Great Northern 1 I BUTTER-ME-NOTS Z. P
Important part of our learning experiences JOAN OF ARC BEANS ORANGE" JUICE
were Mrs. Vicki Powell,

dent Primary Melba Council Johnson.Specialist sponsored, and Mrs.Stu- 2/99c/ WANG 3j./

cards Please will remember be sent that home report with 4/$1/ $299J

students on Monday, Jan. 29. Along -
l 4 AR'"t : tA ,
with the report card,parents should -
receive an interesting and helpful ,I.btler ,.,:
document, entitled "Parents '"

Pledge".This document was provid-- ,.!0 9'!" <.II... .: _.' .__=.
7.5 Oz.
ed to SES by Mrs. Denise Adams 7 Oz. Reg./Mesquite BBQ/Jalapeno '.0 Lasagne/Spaghetti #
our County Director of ExceptionalEducation. Meatballs/Beef-A-Rom/Tic-Tac-Toes With 20 Oz. Frozen Shoestring
Please take a few WISE (KRUNCHERS Meatballs/Beef Ravioli Microwave Lynden FarmsPOTATOES 16 Oz. < Breakstone's
minutes to read the "Parents CHEF BOYARDEE PASTA I I
Pledge"along with child. SOUR CREAM
$ 3
9 _
,Classroom. News: From Mrs. 1 _
DcVslarlo's firth grade Recently, _._,_,_:
Mrs. De's 5th grade class made 09
gingerbread houses; it was a big hit. 7 Oz. Wise .- 79C A $1
Puffed/Crunchy 31$1
Mrs. DeSue's. Mrs. Hartley's, and '" .. i ]

came Mrs. In Hull's to look kindergarten at them. Also classes, Mrs. Cheez Doodles. .99 PASTA _...-,._. Hi ROE Irr

Ivey first grade class participated. ,- ,
David Thomas performed a scientific
experiment in our class; It was f
a big success. News by Michelle Os- 3 Lb.
Firelog 42 Oz. Dish
teen and Amanda Welch. Detergent 20 Lb. .
[ Dog Food
A BIG thanks to all parents who AMBERGLOW/ IVORY
sent In goodies for us to make out LIQUID PURINA GRRRAVYl" I
bouses. The children I
meted their own beautiful"work of "
art"! We are proud of Jeremy .
Snyder and David Thomas for their 8ge $199
great Job as announcers: on the Road $669
Runner Report.Frm .
Mrs, Van's Kindergarten
Class Thanks to Mrs. Debra
Stephens and Dane for the colorful
confetti cupcakes for our CC week

Also a big thanks to the peer fII
: 1
tutors from Mrs. DeValerio's class. 1 I
Their help and Mrs.D's cooperation
have made the difference for our / .
.e .
class. Next week will be progress __ __ _/_

testing for the kindergarten classes. I



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: .Junuury 25. ImNt TKI.KGKAPII
Pa_ire 7 AIN
rarcel li Tract 'Y): A tract of la..o- --;; 'h
.ID situated In Section 24, Township 8 South NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 8926'12" E, along the South line of sold By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk

Range 22 East Bradford County Florida REGISTER NW 1/4 a distance of 1356.03 feet to a 1/1I..tchV. 2/01; Cont. No. 342

n '. .. 1 said tract being' more particularly FICTITIOUS NAME concrete monument on the East ROW
described as follow. line of a County Graded Road; thencerun NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
,. Commence at the most Pursuant to Section B65.09 Florida N 0003'24" E, along said ROW llr REZONING
7 ML. Westerly corner
,' of Lot 64 of "KEYSTONE CLUB Statutes, notice li hereby given that the 1183.81 feet to a concrete monument: AMENDMENT OF THE LAND USE

... ...... ...... ... ..... ___ ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT", OS shownon undersigned Tim Goetiman, Rf. 1 Box thence run N 00'31'23" E, along sold East PLAN
'. -... L.. "__'" plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, 67.. Lawtey Florida 32058 sole owner, ROW line, 444.87. feet to a concrete An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive
THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH South 00'14'06" West 259.54 feet to the page 51, of the public records of Bradford doing business' under the firm name of monument at the NW corner of Lot 1 of Land Use Plan Element and

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR South line of said Section 24; thence run County Florida, and run North TIM GOETZMAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY "GENEVA WOODS", unrecorded map; Mop by Bradford Florida accordanc'
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA South 88"16'40" East 783.53 feet to the 29'16'20"West along the Westerly line of Rout I, Box 674, Lawtey. Florida thence run S 8926'12" E, along the North
CASE NO.i: 89.146-CP((1.4133)) POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continue said replat a distance of 60.00 feet to 32058, Intends to register said fictitious line of said Lot 1; a distance of 435.73 Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 os

South "''15'40" East along said South the most Southerly corner of Lot 63 of name under the aforesaid statute. //feet to the POB; thence continue along provided for In Chapter 163 of the
IN RE: The Estate of line 149S.04 feet; thence run North01'44'ao" said replat and the POINT OF BEGINNING Dated this 16th day of January A.D., the North line of said Lot 1 and the North Florida Statutes.

WILLIAM RIPKE Deceased. Cost 115.00 feet to the ; thence continue North 2916'20" In Bradford County Florida. tine of Lot 31 of said unrecorded map TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers, and other

Southerly right of way line of a 60 foot West along sold Westerly line, 120.00 If1 4n'hs 2/04 708.13 feet to a concrete monument: Interested persons.

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. rood; thence run Northwesterly with a feet to the most Westerly corner of said NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGON thence run N 00'a1'23'5, 3J6J1; fe.. to You and each of You are hereby and
curve concave Northeasterly, sold curving Lot 63: thence run South 60>43'40" West PROPOSED an Iron pipe; thence run S 89'26'12" E, herewith given notice In accordancewith
The administration of the Estate of having central angle of 44ori9". a 100.00 feet; thence run South 29'16'20" MEDICAL EMERGENCY 134.25 feet; thence run N 05'04"E.. Florida Statutes that the Board of
WILLIAM RIPKE Deceased File No. radio of 250.86 feet, an arc length of East 120.06 feet to the Northerly right of SERVICES(EMS) along the East line of said NW 1/". a County Commissioners' of Bradford

89-146-CP ((1-4133)), pending In the Circuit 192.74 and a chord bearing and distanceof way line of a 60 foot road; thence run ORDINANCE dl.tanc.' of 610.01 feet to a*oolnt on theNorth County Florida hove designated the

Court for Bradford County Florida North 66*16'40" West 188.04 feet; Northeasterly along said Northerly right NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the line of sold North line 837.72 feet: Bradford County Zoning and Planning
Probate Division, the address of which I I. thence run Northwesterly with a curve of way line with a curve concave 5th day of on thence run S 0003I'23"W. 1009.27 feet to Board to conduct a public hearing at a
Bradford County Courthouse, Stark. concave Southwesterly sold curve having Southeasterly sold curve having a central the Bradford February, 1990 at 10:00 a.m., the POB. regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the
Florida 32091. a central angle of 43*59'40". a radiusof angle of 0136'45", a radius of 140.00 Commissioners County Board of County Sold parcel containing 18.24" acres ,Council Room of Starke City Hall Stark.,

The name and address of the 123.56 feet, an arc length of 94.72 feet an arc length of 3.94 feet and a at the board, In regular session to beheld more or less, Florida on Tuesday, January 30, 1990,
and the personal feet, and a chord bearing and distance chord bearing and distance of North Bradford meeting room at the Parcel II: A tract of land situated InGov.rnm.nt and make a recommendation to the

representative's attorney. tot forth of North 66-1350" West 92.41. feet; 59"55'"" East 3.94 feet; thence run County Courthouse, Stark., Lot I of Section 25, Board of County Commissioners and the
below. thence run North 88..5..0.. West North 60>43'40". East along said Northerly Florida will hold a public hearing on the Township 8 S, Range 22 E, Bradfnrd Board will consider, on Wednesday
All Interested 1234.98 feet: thence run South OJ'44'20"West right of line 96.06 feet to the proposed enactment of an EMERGENCY County Florida said
persons are required to way MEDICAL ; tract being more February 21, 1990, at the CommissionersRoom '
file with thl. Court. WITHIN THREE MONTHS 220.00 feet to the POINT OF POINT OF BEGINNING. SERVICES (EMS) Ordinance, particularly described os follows: of the Bradford County Courthouse

OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS BEGINNING. at public sale, to the highest bidder establishing a countywide special Commence at a concrete monument at Starke, Florida at 7:30: p.m. on
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate) EXCEPTING FROM THE FOREGOINGTHE for cash In the lobby of the Bradford assessment In the amount of $35.00 for a the SW corner of said NW 1/4 and run S Ordinance relating to:

and (2)) any objection by an Interested FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: County Courthouse, In Starke, Florida one EMERGENCY year period for the purpose of 89'26'12" E, along the South line of said The rezoning of the following described
person to whom notice was mailed that Commence at the most Westerly corner at 11:00: a.m. on the 6th day of February The MEDICAL SERVICES. NW 1/4 a distance of 1356.03 feet to a property and amending the Comprehensive
of Lot 64 of "KEYSTONE CLUB Ordinance will repeal Bradford concrete monument on the East ROW
challenge the
validity of the will the 1990.WITNESS Land Use Plan to provide
qualifications of the personal ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT", as shown my hand and official seal on County Ordinance No. 89-7 which provided line of a County Graded Road; thencerun that land curr.ntly toned RMF-2 and
representative on plat thereof recorded this 6th for a special assessment for jail N 0003'24"
venue or jurisdiction of the Court. In Plat Book 3. day of November 1989. E, along said East ROW designated' by the plan as Residential
ALL CLAIMS AND page 51 of the public records of Bradford, RAY NORMAN, operations and emergency medical services line, 1183.81 feet to a concrete monument
OBJECTIONS NOT Multiple Family be rezoned to RSFMH3. -
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. County Florida and run North 2916'20" Clerk of the Circuit Court In the amount of $100,00 per year. ; thence run N 0031'23" E, along and designated Residential Single

Publication of this Notice has begun West along the Westerly line of said By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk All Interested parties are Invited to said East ROW line, 444. 87 feet to a concrete Family/Mobile Home the of
on January 4 1990. fPloL/ distance, of 180.0 f..t io:_the 1/11 4tcha 2/02; Cant. No. 341 present their' comments at the time and monument at the NW corner of Lot Irene property
Faulkner described
most Westerly of Lot 63 as shownon place set forth obove. 1 of "GENEVA WOODS", unrecorded as follows:
WALTER RIPKE sold replat: thence run South IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Person are advised, that if they map; thence run 89'26'12" E, along the Approximately 3.7 acres out of Parcel
Route 1. Box 143 60M3W West 723.75 feet: thence run JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR decide to appeal any decision' made at North line of said Lot 1, and Lot 31 of No. 02217.0.00000 In Section 16,
Hampton, Florida 32044 South 0014'05" West. 259.94 feet to the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA this hearing they will need a record of said unrecorded map 1143.86 feet to an Township 6, Range 22 East located on

Personal Representative South line of said Section 24; thence run PROBATE DIVISION the proceedings, and for such purpose, Iron pipe; thence run M 00'31'23" E. North 301.
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. South B8>15'40" East 1583.53 feet to the CASE NUMBER: 90-06-CP they may need to ensure that verbatim 396.91 feet to an Iron pipe at the NW corner You are further given NOTICE that o
Johnny R. Hobbs Jr., P.A. | POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continue IN RE: ESTATE OF record of the proceedings Is made, of lands recorded In Official Records copy of said proposed ORDINANCE is
P.O. Drawer 938 South B8<15'40n East along said South REGENIA A. STRIGLERS which record Includes the testimony and Book 209 Page 424. of the Public Recordsof available for your Inspection at the office
Starke, Florida 32091 line, 520.67 feet run North Deceased. evidence of the Director of Zoning and Planning
; upon which the appeal to be said County; thence run S 0926'13" E,
((904) 964-5700 0144'20" East 185.39 feet to the NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe based. along the North line of said lands, 134.25fe.t City Hall Thompson Street Starke,

Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Southerly right of way line of a 60 foot administration of the estate of DATED this 16th day of January. 1990. to the POB: thence continue S Florida.
road; thence run Northwesterly with a REGENIA A. STRIGLERS deceased File BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 89'26'12" E along said North line, Each and every person having any Interest
1/04 4tchg 1/25: Control No. 339 curve concav. Southwesterly said curve Number 9O-06-CP Is pending: In the Circuit BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 1058.29 feet to an Iron pip. on the W'ly whatever In the enactment of this

having a central angle of 43'59'40"' a Court for Bradford County Florida, RAY NORMAN. ROW line of SR No. 21; thence run NE'ly proposed ORDINANCE should appear
radius of 123.36 feet, an arc length of Probate Division, the address of which is Clerk of the Court along said ROW line with a curve concave and be heard at the time and place

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH 94.72 feet and a chord bearing and 945 North Temple Avenue, Stark, l/182tchg 1/25; Cant. No 354 Ely said curve having a radius of prescribed.

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR distance of North 66-15'50" West 92.41. Florida 32091. The names and addressesof ............. 1143.26' feet and an arc length of 752.89 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA feet; thence run North 8815'40" West the Personal Representative and the IN THE feet to an Iron pipe located S 6207'42" E, BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO: 89401CA 434.98 feet; thence run South 0144'20"West. Personal Representative's attorney ore JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT IN AND EIGHTH 142.59 feet from the SW corner of Lot 7 1/11 2tchg 1/25: Cent No.347,
FNB PROPERTIES. INC., a Florida 220.0 feet to the POINT OF BEGIN set forth below. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA FOR of Block 17 of "KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES

corporation NING. Alllnt.r..t.d persons are required to CIVIL ACTION NO. 89.229-CA UNIT ONE", as per plat thereof recordedin NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Plaintiff Parcel' 2 (Tract "D"): A tract of land file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS FNB PROPERTIES INC., PB 3 on Page 10 of the Public Recordsof REGISTER

vs situated In the Southwest 1of" Section OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS a Florida corporation said County; thence run N 62OT42"' FICTITIOUS NAME
JACK COURTNAY A. ASSOCIATES INC., 24. Township B South Rang. 22 East NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Plaintiff, W, 142.59' feet to said SW corner; thencerun
a Florida corporation; and JACK Bradford County Florida said tract being N 89"16'29" W, along the North line
and ((2)) any objection. by any Interested v* Pursuant to Section 865 09, Florida
M. COURTNAY, Individually; described as of said Sectlon25 a distance of 1..0.85f..t .
more particularly person on whom this notice was served JACK COURTNAY AND ASSOCIATES. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
Defendants. to NW of said
follows corner Gov.rn.m.nt
: that challenges the validity of the Will INC.a undersigned Robert G. Norman and
NOTICE OF SALE Commence at the most Westerly corner lot 1; thence run S 00'05'04" W,
the qualifications of the Personal Florida corporation; JACK M. Richard G. Norman; P.O. Box 546
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant of lot 64 KEYSTONE CLUB along the West line of said GovernmentLot
Representative, COURTNAY Individually and Th. Lowtey Florida 32058 doIng
venue, or jurisdiction of ; joint owners
to an order or a final lodgement of ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT', as shownon 610.01 feet to the .
the Court. Unknown Heirs, Devisees Grantees, business' under the firm name of UNCLE
foreclosure entered In the above- plat thereof recorded In Plot Book 3, Less and except that portion describedIn
ALL CLAIMS AND Assignees, Lienors, Creditors, OSCAR'S VARIETY STORE
captioned action, I will sell the property page 51 of the public records of Bradford Trustees Partial Release of Mortgage recordedIn
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. or Other Claimants 4 Mi. West of Lawtey Lawtey Florida
situated In Bradford County, Florida County. Florida and run North 29"16'20"W. Official Records Book 281, pag.299,
Publication of this Notice has begunon claiming by. through under orogaln.t of the 32058 Intends to register said fictitious
described as: ..., along the Westerly line of sold JACK public records of Bradford County
'1/18/90. under the aforesaid ,
name stotute.Dated
Parcel I (Tract "C"): A tract of land replat a distance of 180.0 feet to the who Is not known to be dead or alive Florida. this 16th of
situated In Section 24, Township B South most Westerly corner of Lot 63, as shownon Personal Representative: Defendants. at public sale, to the highest bidder day January A.D.,
Range 22 East Bradford County Florida said replat; thence run South ALICE JEAN STRIGLERS WILLIAMS NOTICE OF SALE for cash In the lobby of the Bradford In Bradford County Florida

said tract being more particularly KfOttar West 723.75 feet; thence run "Wes<26th Street Notice I I. hereby given that County Courthouse, In Starke, Florida 1/25 4tchg 215CHURCH
described follows South 00-14'06" West. 259.54 feet to the Jacksonville, FL 32206 pursuantto at 11:00: a.m. on the 6th day of February,
as : an order or a final judgement of
South line of sold Section 24' : thence run EUGENE F. SHAW STARKE
Commence at the most Westerly corner foreclosure entered In the abovecaptioned 1990.WITNESS
South W15'40". East 665.13 feet to the Attorney for Personal Representative my hand and official seal this
of Lot 64. of "KEYSTONJ: ?.CLUB, POINT OF BEGINNING, thenc continue '?SJ 'North Temple AvenueStarke action I will sell the property 6th day of November 1989. OF GOD
ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT' shown situated! In Bradford
as South 8815'40" Eon, along said South FL 32091 County, Florida Fred H. Kent III 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
eit plot thereof recorded In Plat Book 3. line.;: !thence run' NorflR> ((964) eJHj.saOO-i", ? *:-" page 91, of the public recoraVof Bradford 01*44'20'. East 220.00 feet to..lhe *1 Fla. Bar No. 072941. Parcel I: A tract of land situated In the Kent Ridge 8 Crawford ..r, ". mWo f ,
County Florida and North NW 1/4 of invite you to wonhfr iMfW...w
run Section
25 Township 8 S,
Southerly right of way tine of a 60 foot 1/182tchg 1/25; Cant. No. 352 225 Wat.r Street, Suite 900
29"16'20"West along the Westerly line of rood thence North 88*15'40" West Rang 22 E, Bradford County, Florida; Jacksonville Florida 32202 Attended Nursery
aid replat, a distance of 130.0 feet to ; sold run of line, said tract being' more particularly) ((904)) 353-5501 I Sunday School ......."... .. ..... .... 10 amMocrtrgWorahlp
the most Westerly corner of Lot 63 os along Southerly right South way 0144'20"West described as follows: Attorneys for Plaintiff ....,...... .. linn
shown on said replat; thence run South 118.40 feet; thence run the POINT OP Commence at a concrete monument at RAY NORMAN EveningSwvloe ... .. .. (pm
220.00 feel to 60...-43'40". West. 723 7tfmmt: thence run.- .FG1NN11". SW corner of sold NW 1/. and run S Clerk of the Circuit Court "" pm

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964-7500 HWY 301 S. 9645757DURRANCE

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Eyeglass Store -We Finance- SUPPLY SERVICE

"Your complete Buy Here Pay Here Attend your church regularly "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple!! Ave. 987 N. Temple Ave.

964-7783 864-N.Temple 964-7061 9646111Lewis
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STARKE Distinguised Caring Service ; It's a fact, you can do Hwy 301 S. a P.O.Box 207

i We rebuild starters,alternators for Over 50 Years better at Denmark's Starke
& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch ,' ,
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OLD +tt i Y Kmtone,take right on 24th Avo.. We Buy Junk Salvageable CanE
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Independent Bank 964-71W Hwy 301- Mi. N. of Starke

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I FREE FIREWOOD: Call 964-8392.. -- Cells THE DECADE:
1GATLINBURG SUMMIT 7000 sq ft two story stucco building. '86 PIEDMONT: 561126, 3 BR. :2 Bath with condition. Sails great, very attractive .I"i i 83 Acrej. UZO MIL Hwy Frontage on 100 W
: Breathtakingviews den and fireplace.CH/A,Assume loan boat. $3500 or trade for pontoon:Cal ..* ,', : J80.000
of and 137&\139 E. Call St comer ThompsonSL "
Gatlinburg, mountains bal- Leased to purchase or prefer balanoe.Call 0644568. ,4 __.864-3475 after 5 p.m. 8 ..... I ,. ,, .., "? .. .....WATERFRONT.....
ski slopes. Fireplace and private 3 BR MOBILE HOME: With one acre of .GREAT WATIRFRONTPROPERTY..LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extending
cony. Clubhouse with Indoor pool, exchange Clyde W. Simpson for water 356-6849 front property. land, Sooth 301. off Road 227 Call LAND FOR SALE to.Hwy, .-00..1.11 acre, $165,000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lot.
Jacuzzis Weekends Specials) Free 9649669. 4 $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.

Brochure. i-800-242-4853(205)988-( ) 3FOR 14X52 LIBERTY.I982.assume 100 ACRES: six room house and bam.' 'I' .,' .
THE 5139.SCHOOL 1 BOARD OF BRADFORD 1000 sq ft fast food location across of $157.32 for 3 1/2 years call 782- Owner will finance, $2000/acre.eaK 1PREfQI0ui'HOMfr, ) in'the city of Starke. 4 BR, 3 BA, fireplace, wood floors,
3762 4ANIMALSPETS 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN extra*.,&9 W Call Street. 25,000
FLORIDA Is one from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848, eve- ?.roony
COUNTY selling 9MINI CQUNTIYCtUB; AREA,3 BR, 21/2 BA, Brick home, fireplace, pool hot tub Immaculate
Nautilus Hip and Back Machine and nings 473-3627 ,. '. '; FARM: 7 1/2 acres. 3 Ba :2 BA cond. $125,000
one Nautilus Pullover Torso Machine. FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/office : ''''FOR SALEf'. .,I block home with enclosed garage, HANDSOME S-STORY CEDAR HOMI wltha beautiful view of lake Sampton.
located at .. .
3000-9000 ft .
Bids will be opened Tuesday Febru- space: sq C" CH/AC. Bam 3 walls pasture fenced ,located !In! Brlmwood' Point.3 BR, 2 BA, Central Heat pump carpeted, Inflated
ary 6, 1990, 2:00: p.m. at Operations Enterprise Park next to Sunshine FREE PUPPIES: 3 mos. old. Black and and cross fenced. Only $72,000, window, skylights. mahogany ext. door, sunken tub ceiling fan.
Center,519 N.Orange Street,Starke Industries. Contact Diane Ely, 964- white mixed breed. Mother pL hound. RALPH BRYAN REALTY.. 964-8878.: 2205 sq. fti''living areas 1537 s.f. wrap around porch mutt see to appreciate.
Florida. Contact J.E. Mott or David 5294 TFN 3 Good with kids. 782-3649 after p.m. 9 Owner financing to a quollfed buyer. 105000.
Hurse at 664-6800 for appointment to STORE FOR RENT, 1000 SQ FT. 301 5BLACK 3 BEAUTIFUL ACRES ON BAYLESS CHEAPER THAN RENTI Immaculate, furnished 3 bedroom, 1% bath mobile

Inspect these items and pick up bid SOUTH PLAZA. 664-7681 OR 964- AND TAN DEER PUPS: $15 ea. HIGHWAY. $12,500. 10ACRESwith home w/..pofre. >e Recreational room equipped with stove A frig, separate
'form. 1CARSTRUCKSVANS. 6784 TFN 3 782-1127. 6 well septic and power pole $25,000.: /garage.beautifully laridcaped: lot on Griff Loop. $ 19600.
CITY BUILDING LOTS NO. 1 2: Pi- AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES: Possible owner financing. Call Joy DUPLEX 630-632: W. Franc! St., Each side 2 BR, 1 BA. Eat-In kitchen, LR. UtllRm.C !
neh urst Subdivision,$12,900 for both. Both w/corport on one end. $ 45000.
parents on premises. Large Thornton Broker, Thornton and Associates.
9649533. I ttt. 24th Ave.*NIl BA New Reef $ 26,000
1988 CHEVY SPORTSIDE! : AT AC, PS. evenings. black/tan. 473-0761 or 473-0538. ((904)) 964-4223. 9 '
Wheels. MUST SELLI) 3BEAUTIFUL HWY. Ml SOUTHt Frame, 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA, 1539 ..f., 1.7 acre S 40.000
PB Sport : FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 Acres On '
964-9248 782- : YARD SALES:; : NW 65th AVI. j bedroom, 1 bath S acre Home hoe new 20 yr. roof freshly
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$9500 MOBILCHOMES Forsyth Road. Starke. $13,500 Total. ;
pointed IptUe."9wn.r'aay.:'Make an Off.r I'
3660.TFN 2 .:::.:, FOR/SALEI:.:.:.. HUGE YARD SALE::Waldo Sunshine 14074646827. 9 >n.V 'GREAT IOCATK N GREAT PRICIl 4 bedroom, 2 bath, with a large family room
1939 PLYMOUTH: Original condition; FOR SALE BY OWNER 763 Acres,oJNW 1 '
: .located 'to the city. .. 59300.
Club. Jan. In
CHAM- Saturday, 27. Bishops
Runs Must see l 3BR,2BATH,1987
original motor. good. 29th Avenue with fishpond. One" ,*!' WALNUT rmilTiGood rental preperty home:
yard. 3 miles from CR
mobile Hampton on
to appreciate 4000. Call after 6 pm. PION Acre on SE. 6th ,,,( ,.
AVIII1\1elf'Tel'ms' I tOUTqlilL SqFt,,/ tory, porche;
325. Clothes
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toys antiques
964-2573 weekdays, anytime on home,14x70.carpetedgardentub.breakfast 'f
Available. Call __ t f wa08OiTotal1g Ft.';
weekends. 2I bar.utility room,wired for low prices. Call for directions 468- .240TotalSq.Pt.Califorvlewlngonthe..! $ 89,000

I HAVE USED CAR DEALER LICENSE: central air.Must sell.movingl! No eq- 2065.7 .1 ESTATE ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY! 3 BR, I boo concrete block window treatment.
If you would like to buy and/or sell a uity-take over payments. Serious Inquires BIG YARD SALE: Went to an auction OF AREAOCALA 3 ceiling f/ons/ CH4A, stove, refrlg, DW garage with door opener, antenna
few cars per month or open a used car only(Call 964-3939.keep trying. lots of different stuff!North 301 to NATIONAL FOREST: wootfod | 'ft" rotary 'booster! wood floors, new Andersen window, carpet rote

lot in your area, please leave name 4FREE Strawberry Acres Fri. & Sat 9-5. lots river access. $5450 each. No garden, large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker and Lazy
and phone number at 9043739340. FREE FREE Credit Check and Follow signs. 7 ,Susan table,'.hothouse., tool ..hed. separate pumphou.e, total electric
2F700 Pre-approval on mobile home loans. 334 N. THOMPSON STREET: Couch. money down. $65.41 month. Owner. I-: be uIIOIIy) tblid.cdp.dT'IRICK1tOML4r4

CARGO TRUCK: Great furniture Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B $80; nice brown chair. $35; clothes; 236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN. "'.4/ I' BEDROOMS 3% BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer
carpet or produce mover.Priced right Homes. Lake City. FL 4 refrigerator $65. Saturday only. 10NEW : J LR/-DRkrfcnn w/ refrlg. range/oven, dishwasher fan/hood: den, laundry
Call Charlie at Teal Tile a Carpet 4 BR's BIG 199028.70. with plywood MOVING SALE: Living room set. rocker, OUTBOARD MOTORS a TROLLS I 'roomend an office, CH4A, enclosed carport ((2 car), utility .hop, spacious
964-7423. 2 floors wood siding shingle roof plus credenza books knick knacks an- ING MOTORS: 1989 a 1990 ModelfH! 1 back yard with security light $71,000
1982 FORD CLT 9000: 3406 CAT.. 350 free delivery and set-up.$290 per mo. tique rifles and hunting rifles and much Below most dealers InVblc: .'100% financing : BETHEL CHURCH RDl 3 BR. 1 ba, CB wood floor, 1185 *.f., 5 acre. S 60,000
hp. 9 speed. Real good condition. Call 755-5114 Circle B Homes, Lake more. Thursday & Friday, Jan. 25 a available. Marine Sales, Toll CRYSTAL LAKE Furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water 1 BR/1 BA. $90.000

$7.000.664-4908. 2 City, FL 4 26, 9 til 4. 1637 W. Madison Street Free. 1-800-544-2850.Days.. ....8 am-. BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oak S/D. extra lot. S 44,000
7CLOSING 5pm CST. 10 .r*.-:; HAMPJONlKI AREA 3 BR. 2 BA, CHI A. screened patio w/BBQ grill
1981 TOYOTA PICKUP: $1500 Or best BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double-
offer. Call 964-5352 after 4 p.m. wide. $1,000 Dn. Pmt Singlewide. OUT SALE: Patti's House of TIME SHARE UNITS: Distress Sales Also, 3 BR MH 1 1/2 BA, 3 Ac. Exc. for mall hone farm. $ 122,400

2 $500 dn. pmt Everyone can buy bad Crafts comer of Walnut St a Hwy. Cheapll World Wide selections. Call '. iI: {. v LOTS ACREAGE
'87 BUICK CENTURY: 4 Dr. oroy/grey credit or no credit. Call 755-5114. 16, Starke. Crafts & Supplies Furniture Vacation Network today. 1-800.626- 11.. LATl 26-'c.\.I1I"\ fish pond, 2 well.. palm trees, septic;tank, swlmm-
Interior. AC. AT. Cruise Tilt. AM/FM Cirde B Homes. Lake City, FL Clothes, Lots of Misc. Items. All 7844 NATL 1-800-826-1847 In FL or 'ing' ool. Cdn be I bought a* one parcel or four '.ocr. tract..
4 Must Go)Saturday Jan. 27, from 9 til 13057716296.10" ""--* BAnUURWTf2 Acre*In.lde city. $ 10.00OI
Cassette, 37,000 miles. $3,000.473- 5. 7SATURDAY I WALDOi Four lots:city water well,septic, 2 power pole $ 28,000
4748. 2 1990 DOUBLEWIDE: 24x44,3 BR. 2 BA. .WANTED' | SI Iftty fn-JAMPTQNi3 Ac., 3 ..plletank., 4" sub pump, 2 power pole, oo
JAN. :27 10 til 5
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85 MERCURY LYNX: Red. 2 DR Hatchback Wood siding and shingle roof plus I teas to city water $ 12,000
4 speed,AC.tape deck 59,000 free delivery and tup. 14995.Call Clothes of all kinds and misc. Items. 536 CHElld..ItltEEtl'200'x100'. .
miles.In good condition.Call Melrose 755-5114,Circle B Homes.Lake City 210 E. Adkins Street 7 LOOKING FOR A FEMALE BLOODHOUND I HWY 129! One Acre. $5,000
4755629. 2 FL 4 MOVING SALE: Couch love seat and .We have amale fun blooded LOT:'.OOIFAIR:XOADi Country Club Estates Make offer. $ 8,700

1986 HUN DAI GLS: Blue In color. 4 Dr. 5 '1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD chair entertainment center refrigerator redbone bloodhound. Would like'\ to LAWTIYi FiveacrOT, 105th Ave. Good inveitmentl ..... $ 15.000
speed, AC, Cassette, 33,000 miles. doublewide,with all the extra$19,000 dinette table, end tables, chest \breed for puppy if,you have puppy ''WIaiIAMidswiilAMtdf'DltdPII.1Fann.r l ., 3 well... 2 poll $ SO.OOO'
Exo. condition;; 'Call'Metrose'/ ,75- balance and$1000 down Assume the freezes coffee table., antique china for sale. PK& 6Il *4-5847. 1VOT c15aro I -.
5629. loan. Will pay to have moved to your cabinet 1986 Hydrasport Bass Boat. 11 -.. 'q. Iono Jiaw1. tibea .u id-r,E"at HOURS'v'r\ .,,
9645992. 7
1977 PLYMOUTH VOLARE: 3 speed tot Call 373-3423 after 4pm or 964- I Ann.J"Tcrwlltogor drown ::. . . . . . .4737541Paulino
slant 6 cyl., AC. AM/FM Cassette 9115 during the day. 4 -
runs good. $500. 7823809. 12X55:2 BEDROOM.1 BATH,8x16 add : Randolph. ; ... . . . . . .964-6323

2 on. Ph. 468-2409 or ((812)) 2934207. D.bro'iConnaughton. . . . . . . 964-2833

4 Sandra Torwllloaar.. . . . . . . .5332242Now

27 Years Experience 904-782-3093

Mobile Home Lots with or without septic & .,. '

DOBBS REPAIR SERVICE'INC well hookupe .' J: Accepting Applications
Lot In
Building Keystone
Automotive And Equipment Repairs e 200 Acres In Bradford County .................$1.500 Acre ,. ,,
Gas And Diesel su t'O ks .2 Lots & Mobile Home in Keystone .1.t,'1', ;Oiie '& {Two :Bedroom Apartments

CHARLES DOBBS 4t e 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227....................$6,500 Each ,, .
Rtl Box 458 '"1LOMrt .
M.Mlr{ Commercial Building on Edwards Rd: .
.Lawtcy. FL 32058 o.--Ca '.' .* ,Southern Villas of
43 Acre Farm with 3 Br.. 2 Ba. Home In Starkef

1 Gainesville ,... L :aOOLSouthern' Villas Dr. Starke FL
e 5 Acres on small lake ...........................-$3.000 Acre. va .1./. "1'J"'rl4 ,l<, .
e 3/4 mile lake frontage on lake in Alachua ,W i" tt '
;f rq, Wooded Setting

1 e County Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.00O I, '+e.,r:0..,..44l'''11..-1\" ... I Apartment features' .
e 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham...:$3.OOO Acre -.
For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake.... $450.00 Mo. :.'w ll io Wall Carpeting e stove

,Ad.r: (Drtperles* e Refrigerator

.t l'Un 44\J1': v*,,',On..Slte laundry Facilities

Ronald E. Newman 9646881 '. M t l ,,yt46 '
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Susan M. Faulkner. ORI CRB President ItaLAwl Accelerated Realty inc. '

!Evening cV Weekends.
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. L_ J LU" "
I sTAB &IT. You Full Service Real Estate Office' I : "t ; -:' .
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Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St i t 9844544ri

pavidt Dodg* f' ;C' ) ::0' 301 S.
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*GARAGE With ..v.rol16'hlgh bay doors, torn qul.. priced to Mil. Owner n't' I .. r
will do financing. 6-90 I- ; ..... (--. ,,4"n ; ,. FL
*SALVAGE YARD FOR SALE Ask Iran for dttalU. 690.
*HWY 301 SOUTH Commercial property with large vertatlle building and paved REALTOR
VWaterfront '
parking lot. 209.89 Roils VL6t \/Acitage .
*LAWTEri BR/1 BA on approx. 3/4 oc. Only $28,000.207.89 Appraisals forResidence Farrni Cbmmerciaf Businesi S i"...o/ -il.J1' rms v/Commcrclal '

*3 3/4 ACRES beautifully wooded. Owner financing. 200-89 --
*4 ACRES, MOSTLY CLEAREDi With 1 dug fish pond, price reduced. 196-89 Investor Opportunity a ;iA"I I\,
: 3 BR/1. I
AltO 4 Ho* BA Brick home, 3 Acre with
*VERY NICE 3 ..122 BATH Brick veneer on 1 acre. Many ..tra.. Hwy 16 W. Don't Let This Ono Get By You I I. ,.;. \.tbor +iM.I M'eWd-ietlc. frontage on (

194-89 Owner Must Soil Brick 3.{2, CH A. Good Area I NEW BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA CH/A Stove, refrlg. and dl.hwo.her 2240 j
*LAURA STREET 4 BR/3 BAm reduced to 52000. AMumable mortgage byquallfyer. '
184.89 I".r.'!!, :* MKHNctUVMU end septicyALXJ4QCKllOMRs,4M2BA. f a

*MADISON STREET Beautiful colonial home, need TIC, approx. 2 acre*, alto 2 Owner Financing In Starke. Frame 2/1. Good Income "' ) CHI A..Lorge family'roam 2148 .f., !
landscaped lot. I
rental unlti. 176-89 *Newly renovated inside and out 2/1 fenced yard In Stark. Fil garage I a
*HWY H WEST: Beautiful wooded lot. over 1/2 acre. Build home or put mobile In Brooker from. home walk to everything, owner finance. Il'SAMPSpN LAKt(9BR((2BA'Norwelgan kitchen! family room,
]f dS/lA* MW .f,;.Potc1tM.'larg.1012.8/ oc., frontage on Water. I IT
home, only W.20O. 138-89 Cedar home on 1 acre CH&A, rang., ref. t). 4! FRAMi
*DEERWOODi Large home, new carpet and pantry. Nice lot,about 1 acr. 157.89 Concrete block 3/1. central heat In Stark. 100x125 lot. | klALTtlFUL HOMI. 3BR/2BA. family room w/flreploce. CH/A, 2184
*S ACRES ON fORSYTHE ROAD With DW 3 BR/2 BA.Owner. will hold mortgage. Crystal Lake Hommlte, CB, 3/1. CH..... range ref, 1300 SF.: ? t fJ'DF woeklhop,'landscaped ,lot Hampton lake access nearby.
211-89 Frame, 1400 >q. ft. 4 BR. 1 3/4 BA Large lot. In country. ._ dtt. U \ 38R/IIA A-Frame w/porche all round. Stove *
*2 BR/2 BA FRAME STUCCO. HOME IN CRY Owner; would canilder holding more Brick 3BR/1M Ba. nice neighbor, range ref. CH&A, encl garage. I. burning'$ stove, pole barn 24x50. tool shed 8x9.' 'well and sep-
tgoge. 5-90 Highway 16 West 4/2V. CH&A, 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. ', !fir e. ..
*GREAT STARTER HOME On. large lot. 2.., 1 BA. Out of city. CH/A. 124-89 Lawtey area, nice home CHAA on I acre, quiet and peac.ful. ravMSl; .. .iIt/21A Stow R.frig.4 AC unit. elec. heat, well
*FHA cr VA 3 .lt/' 1/2 BAon half acre. Come on and teal this one for 42500. Excellent neighborhood near the ho.pltal. Corner lot 3/2 CHSA. REDUCED r. .
Florida In TWO STORY FtZi: > .DG. 2SR/IBA Each Apartment. Gas heat live-In
189.89 Prestigious Luxury Country Club. All amenities top quality. Thl* one one
*THREE BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS In Country. Club area. From $9,500 to 12000. h... to be *_n. Call for private .hawing. ,', opt.. rent thelTother, apartment. "
136-89 Bedford tak., 2/1 CHCA completely furnished extra nke. .100x300 RIVER IUD tSTATU 8 11II3 IA DW Mobil. Home, CH/A, 2 Acre
*3 BR/1 1/2 BATH NEAR SCHOOLS t/A.lorge lot laundry room, family room Brick CH.A, over 2000.SF In the country on 2.78 acre. ,- 4.1 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA Mobil. Home AC Unit., Central I '

FHA or VA 46850. 1-90 *Owner financing. Brick 3/21/2 BA Pool, All Appliance. Fireplace. 'f Heat t P.Shade... .tree" -.. r'"* 'qt),...'
*LOTS NEW HAMPTON BEACH $45,000..54: Acre. 7.90 it Farm house CHCA on 28 acre*. 3 lams, pecan grave. "'1 '
*DOUUEWIDE ON ONI ACREi Paved rood. 3-90. Gorgeous brick home In Deerwood, 3/2 Immaculate. Must See. -1, c SELECTED PROPERTIES
*S ACRES LAWTIVi 125 W. 2-90 Owner financing. 2 Immaculate MH'., pasture, oak on 24 acre*. A vM ACR1.-. y,HWy 223 Nee Lawtey Planted' Pines. a
*, R, 3 lA, Nice area, v.ry well. kept. 127-89 Starke Historic Renew 6BR, 3MBa, 6 fireplace*. REDUCED. I 'HOMt'BlDO' LOTS Hwy 1 16W. City Water 4 Sewage, Owner Financing
Beautiful story brick and cedar farm ho..... 4/2464 on 36 acre. a ftQW' \ CiDO iota -.Shady Oak S/D. Brooker.. i it
I Owner. Anxious. Make Offers 4/1 1/2, over 1500 .Clote to Storke. t FQL1R tVACtftTIACn Ireok.... Owner Financing. a
Call One qf Our Professionally Excellent Neighborhood: In Starke. 3/2 CH/A, all appliance,fireplace NICI. S .*jikl R-ACR[ t1VlRPRONT LOTS Brooke, Owner Financing. I
Trained ACRES < ,,",...,. '"'.New River Well 4 Septic.
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Owner Anxious Repair garage metal bldg. ((1500 aq. ft.) Concrete j paVkfcg.,5; f ;"
'''After Hour* Catt These Realtor AssocIates Reduced US. 3Q1 South. Approx. 6 Ac., Metal bldg., MH. 2 wll,3 leptlc:*? 1.1 ; AFTER. HOURS. '

"Irene LV7>aulhner ....964-5142 Call us About "> WhLAKE a lrtftytIDeues434'' .ill Stephens!Gn.nn.9s4 964.4464-633, a'w

I Darlene Godwln..468-25O3 LOTS HOMES .ACREAGE" .\"t:<<'... NevIs. Ward'....741( .
a : ,sera) Al/oU.T'i' -
Warren 'Woody' RydeK..984-9O4O: 'BUILDING LOTS 'COMMERCIAL PROrgKTKS. x r ,tdl a ilrnr. .. ..... .

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CAREER IN REAL ISTATI-We train. Call .MOMlf HOMB-Thrk 3B. s'" '' \ !FOR:,; ENT:'," '
Dean Weaver. Walton Rvally Corp. i' unlts.1990 to,, 1190. Cell INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS' 'TWO END TABLES. ONE COFFEE
REALTORS, 473-4816 or 4752272. Must _. / -... $1400 PER MONTH. CALL 964- TABLE: Excellent oondtfon. Asking HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS lot
6mochg.n-30-5-30 GENEVA SPRM4OI" 6946.12 $60. Call 064-2849. 12 rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323 ,
,WAITRESS AND bull...... Bud TFN3
PREP COOK-Buddy's Emery. 2R/2 NEWSPAPER COCK-A-TOO: 100000. Or best (
Lakefront Restaurant Mclrote. kitchen utility reom PLATES.Meature 24x36 STATE EMPLOYEES needshomecloseto '
Oder CaR
468-2000. 2tchg/l-29-2-l 4tchgll2B 4752052.. 7. e.m.. : to. : lnches,$.SO each. Great for patchingand 25- REMOTE 064-2100.CONTROL COLOR 12 TV your work? We have dean mobile I'j

EVER DREAM OP A LOG ; repair TELEGRAPH, 135 W. Sears $200.;Sanyo microwave, 1 cu.ft homes 13WALDO 468-1323. TFN
NOTICE hove Itl I 4BR/2BA log "- Call St Starke 12 .. $100;Sears Heavy Duly Washer J
room .N\th\ cathedral wll.... AND USED CELLULAR PHONES: $75. All work great! 782-3525. VILLAS NOW RENTING: "
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING.hould be submitted 4 porches, barn fencing) For Sale.We Install and activate.Call 12 Townhouse, starling at $210/Mo./
flc. to the Lak. Region Monitor of. Many extra feature. Call ,064-4238. TFN 12 COCKATIELS Whites and Equal Housing Opportunity.For! more
In and grays; White
writing paid In advance
un I... credit li already eitabllihed tan Realty. 473-4414. HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, $40.greys,$30.Licensed dealer.964- Information, call 468-1971.
storage buildings, ,'
with this office.MONITOR garages green 3187. 12
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD feature a separate living houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT, Hwy RALEIGH BEACH CRUISER, 5 speed 3 BR.2 BA WITH GARAGE:Almost brand
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN room and larva recreation 301 South, 964-8848 TFN black $60 Reese-Hitch new. 1011-B W. Pratt St. $500/Mo.
detached workshop and' ; Chevy
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 12 Askaboutleasepunclaseoption.9648073.TFN -
fish from and receiver $110. 7821221.
THE you can the 1

Claitified TELEPHONE.deadline I 1:00 a.m. Tues 'IlS.OOOWo'.eft Realty:l ./73-4B16.1tcng1-2S PAYMENT CARPORT Hands$700! House NO portable DOWN 8 FOOT X 20 FOOT 3-AXLE FLAT BED 1 BR APARTMENT 13: Just remodeled,

day prior to Thursdays publication. SPRING LAKI-Owner fin.. buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 064- TRAILER $500. Cal after 5 pm., central.heat. and air.Walled patio with
Minimum charge I.3.50: for IS I word. 964-3089. 12
3BR/2BA home come / 8848 TFN 12 storage area.Off-street parking 964-
15 cents for each additional ALL TYPES QUILTING
If bill sq.ft. guest howH which VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker : 8601. tfn. 13
$3.00 billing are mailed charg.out th.r. will b. a rented to help you make used furniture, appliances TV's cut quilting kits; quilting hoops A 2 BEDROOM HOUSE: CH/A, Unfurnished. -

Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, Located on a' paved read microwaves, VCR'. .You name It. I rics.stands Plnehurst; pillow tops; all types of fab- 782-3344 or 782-3942.
and from
ravine providos'a'hl,' Variety cross
Keystone His., FL Itl.Aiwa for 13
32656 such Items.
carry looking
homeslte. Southslde
10000.. W Elementary,Hwy>100.064-
In If wish 2 BR UNFURNISHED home.
4734816. ltchgl-25 Stop you to something. 5537. 12 $245/Mo.
PERSONALBINGO CRYSTAL LAKi-Thls small : 304 E. Call SL, 964-3250. Evenings CRAFT SUPPLIES:Glitter paints beads $125 Deposit Can 964-8602 after 6
house I.e handymen .... call 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. rhinestones p.m. 0 Mos. min. rental. 13
I-Sundoy afternoons from 2 to 5 ICIK0f this wooded lot n CNt TFN 12 ,conchs,baskets,wreathsall 4 BR. 2 BA UNFURNISHED HOME IN
and Saturday night at 7 p.m. mar get-1IWCIy Prig HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur sizes wood cutouts, paints silkflowers RAIFORD. $275/Mo. 6 mos. min.
AMERICAN LEGION. Highway 21N. value. '$4','00. .'... Gasklns, 782-3140 12 all apes of craft books. Pl- rental w/$150 deposit Call 964-8602

4tchg/1-11-2-1 473-4816. ltchgl-25 : : 35mm CAMERA,telephoto tans and nehurst Variety, across from after 6 p.m. 6 Mos. min rental
SEWING MACHINE-Not Working? Don't MISS SKINNY DtP-wlll wsoy) Southslde Elementary,Hwy 100.064-
panic. Call Swindell. 4737662. Work pool |lust off the gigantic flash; comes with camera bag. 2 yrs. 5537. 12 13
guaranteed. Used machines $50 and with a fireplace.. This ... old. $100. Call after 6 pm 964-2573 GAS RANGE, $100; Sofa, $35 2 BR HOME IN LAKE BUTLER: $175/
up4tchg/l-11-2-1 o..uinobl..1". ... weekdays, anytime on weekend. $10 ; Rocking Mo., with $100 Deposit 6 Mos. min.
chairs each. be
May seen at 327
HOUSE CLEANING-One week one 3BR/2BA with a separate 12 North Clark rental. Cal 964-8602 after S p.m. 6
month or lust onc. to h.lp you catch and specious kitchen. $6*. CHROME GOLD-INLAID MODULAR Street. 12 Mos. min. rental. 13
up. 4734055.. 4lchg-1-l 1-2-1 Realty 473-4816. ltchal-25 RIMS off Dodge PU;.Call after 6 pm, FORD 2000 DIESEL TRACTOR: Power SMALL. CLEAN 2 BR HOUSE on large
YARD WORK Light hauling odd job. LOW DOWN 964-2573 steering. ,32 hp..all hydraulic.4000. shady lot
weekdays, anytime on near Klngstey Lake and
4734055. 4tchg-1-l 1-2-1 finance this 3BR home en 1 473-4748 12
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING- new FHA or VA loan. Wed weekends. 12 PICKUP TOOL BOX like new,$50;DressMaker Camp Standing Storage shed. $30XV
: Wards cabinet modal, working condition Mo. Call 533-2755.
D.p.ndabl. Excellent references. Call home with fireplace I*e zig-zag sewing machine with
Mary for free estimate. 4734316. your new life, Only $100; Bon-Air popup camper, attachments SO.cabinet 2113 BR MOBILE HOME for rent 064-
2tpd-1-18-25 Realty 473-481. ltchgt'29BEAUTIFUL heat ft air cond., $1800. Call 964- new : ,,$10; 8614. 13
ELDERLY CARE-Experlenced In caring for 5875 after 4pm. 12 typewriter $15. 064-7554.12 SMALL FURNISHED APARTMENT:Utilities
sick and .Id.rly. Excellent references. 3BR.2BAmi. MOBILE HOMES: Must Go) 3.3 QUEEN SIZE WATER BED: $150.00. Included. 964-5970. 13
Call Mary at 473.4316 after 3 p.m. PION : Miles West of 301 on Hwy. 18. Makean Call 064-6655. 12 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME. No chil
Jtpd/1-18-25 home,14x70.c.rp.' 23,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER: Window
offer. 9647375. TFN 12 dren. 782-3344
TRACTOR WORK-bushogglng back tub.breafastbar.uUhyr unit best offer. Call 7823762.FULL4'X8'UTIUTYTRAILEH .
blade and disking. Fr.. estimates. central. air.Mail .1.m.. CAMARO: Black, A/C auto,AM/FM, 13
Power 81$ :Eta oond. 3 B2 2 BA I
$25.00 per hour. 473-4849 rebuilt engine. New tires. NEAR SOUTHSIDE ELEM.:
: uity-take over payment. $6.500.064-0317. 12 Cost $500 Will sell for$400. OBO. $375/Mo., $100 first
FLOOJf'SAGGIN.DOOR dep., and last I
k.s ony 1Cd Call
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DRAQGINHOUSE OUT OF PRICES DROPPEDI! COM- rent 1026 Eastwood. Call 064-5423
4 PLETELY RESTOCKEDI 7/16" Wafer FIREWOOD: You Cut $25 per tree. An- or 468-2870. 13
LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service for
all your foundation repair 479-772)) k Board.$6,29;112""-ply CDX,7.29; tique 12 piano $200. 7823809. 1 BR APT:Just remodeled central heat

/1111 5/8 CDX 10.58;3/4"BC. 17.99,3/3; and air,walled patio, outside storagearea.

Tl-ll Siding,. 10,59; S/8 Tl-ll Siding. (ilr-ORi'RENT: .11 i Call 964-8601.TFN 13
14.59. We carry treated lumber. Pre- : LARGE 2 BR 2 BA MOBILE HOME:

CUI.pruoe SlUd.$1.84; *pegboard, EFFICIENCY ROOMS on US 301 Southof Furnished or unfurnished Very good
r [ Union County' ; ] 8.99. Free delivery. 468-2624 collect Starke.Clean,quiet,heat&Air.No location. $225 month $100 deposit
: 7 mi. south of Starke on US 301. pets. Utilities paid. 064-5687. 064-8704. or 064-7328 13

Stephen Smith Lumber and Builders 13GOING 2 BR PARTIALLY FURNISHED: Carpet I
u n ---- .
f, Supply. 12 AWAY? Need a place for your and die,carport available Feb. $275
FOR SALE MOBILE STEEL ROOFING: 5 V- elderly loved ones for a day week or plus electricity. First and last months
crimp -6'. $4.20: 8', 5.60; 10'. 7,00; month?Try the beautiful High Springs rent required. 064-5414. 13
PIANO FOR SALE Responsblle party to FOR SALE 12', 840; 14', 080; 16'. 1120. Free Care Center. Call 454-5000. COMMERCIAL DUPLEX: Just off 301
assume small monthly payment onSpln.t ) delivery.468-2624 collect 7 mi.south 13MOBILE South.Over 2200 sq ft with 16' coilIng
Piano. Can be seen locally.Credit 1990 14x70 :3 bed, 2 both of Starke on US 301. Stephen Smith HOME 3BR,I 11/2 bath carpeted ample parking space. Now avail
.- Dept 19042548481.( ) 1/11 and set-up $650 down ..- Lumber and Builders Supply. able. Lease term optional. 964-5414
appliances, air and central heat
Stchg. 1/25 '. per mont_j W.lln.ncs. 12 unfurnished 13
!'WASHIIT' *, DRYER; STOVE.r .- >-ttrCle.RH.M.,...CUM>. .. ,onCriffli Loop.$250 month.
REFRIGERATOR AND MICROWAVE.. f REE, FREE FREE credit SALE:Re.ponsiWepety to '$150' kecUhyi60o! .,lt. caJr'ilt' r8pm ,RENTSPECIAL" ($5.00 Off Current Rentl):
Alto appliance repair call approval on mobile home : assume small monthly payments on 0644970 or 964-8705 or 064-4430 Room with bath a AC$50;$53 w/tax;
496-2090.2tchrg.1/18l/25., Kent at 733-3114. Circle S.. Spinet Piano. Can be teen locally. 3BR HOUSE ON GRIFFISLOOP.stove.refrlgerator.and Room with Air Conditioner, $40,with r
SEARS LP GAS FURNACE complete with City FI.4tchrg.l/25.( Credit Dept. 004-254-8481. out bath$42,40 plus/ tax, Room with
all ducting. Call and make an offer LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT In I'r OVER PAYMENTS ON '89 16 FT. dishwasher out bath without air conditioning I
496-3130. Itpd. 1/25. new home 3 percent AGGRESSOR BASS BOAT. Also furnished,carperted throughout $37.50 a 39.75 with tax. MAGNOLIA
HAY fertilized coastal Bermuda hay for tart at $500 down ... front and back porch and utility HOTEL. 137N.Walnut
Street Starke
$800 down. CalI.755-511' need some one to buy complete satellite ,
$20 p.r roll call room.ceillng: ,fans.forced air heat and Across from the Post Office.
496-3:509.4tpd.1/25.2/15.: Home 4tchrg. 1/25.' system, $3500. Call 064-6842. window elr.Large private yard ana 13
COACH AND LOVE SEAT$225 Beige,call BANK .1POI191S'*end up 12 drive.$3OO monthplus $200 security
496-3509: or 4962995. $1000 down payment. CAMPER need work $100;45 auto, IN CITY OF RAIFORD: Mobile time. 2
after 964-8970
ESTATE SALE Mrs. Eva Andrews- 9900 down poyntont Colt 1911,with dips,$400.964-6860. 964-8705. 13 6pm or BR 12 BA. Unfurnished. Carport
Andrews Court- Main Street, buy bad credit or Nt 12 496-3354. 13
Everything mustbe i sold- Frl., Sat., 755-3114 Circle I Home, MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM MOBILE
Sun.ltchrg.1/25. 1990' 14' wide Call SLEEPER SOFA: Beige WATER. SEWER.CABLE TV. 2 BR HOME
: Clean no pets, near shop-
QUEEN SIZE SLEEPER SOFA Good condi 364-5197.5tehrg.1/23.a/22.. : I excellent condition, $250. 473-1138. .. .1 BATH. 064-749@TFN. 13_ ping center. 964-8810.
tion. Call 4962493. Itpd.1/25. SPECIAL 1990 1/X.7B3 bed: 2 I 13
RED JUMBO BRICKS Available for Inspection set-up 4 delivery. $650 NETTLES TREE r MOBILE HOME LOT: In country Space
at First Baptist Church- Monday.C month. Call for. free 12Mathews I for gardening available 064-7173.
Friday 9:00.3:00: : or by appolntm.nt. 3645197. Stchrj. 1/29. / Realty SERVICERemoval 13
(BEST OFFER). Itchrg. 1/25. 1990 DOU8UWIDM :24 X"M 1 13 BR 2 BATH HOUSE: Road 16 West,
BOO QUAIL Flight conditioned All or bath wood siding shingle. I FmHA Homes Pruning/;J I 57th Ave.(Crawford Road).$300 Mo..
part. Burro One Jack on. Jenny. down. $190 a month. Call :Trimming De-moss : call after 5pm. 9648333.13MOBILE
I : ng
Call after 6 p.m. ,496-3009. tfn/chg.t\ at 364-5197.3tebrg. 1/2S. /
1/25 LARGE 1990 S8X78."....4 : > Firewood z l.'l,.#' I HOMESLOTS WITH CITY
'- ''
,- Living room t de.. B ..... build on your lot I WATER SEWER. CABLE TV. 964-
In Removal of
Fro credit check. Cell Jle. 7498 TFN 13

payment. Low FREE Estimates Iota for rent, water and sewer furnished -
WELL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dorman Licensed & Insured I cable tv available. 762-3333 I
W.II and Septic Tank Inc.- 2<4 ITS TIME TO SPRAY PKAN monthly, payments. Call Thomas) D. Nettles I
Inch water wells. Pump, .al.s, service, max. Call 1-454-2870, 496.1326 Lake Butler
Installationseptic tank, lilt notionsNew .
Installation dralnfleld repair. 9644469AFFORDABLE

After Contact Jone-275-2004-6 p.m.State: Bryan licensed-Jones-(Sk..t.r MOST PEOPLE!: DO ;Bay.1$:L a Vvsiib n ORarnt, & $$$$ &h pip;

guaranteed-..estimate TFN. 1/23. PROGRAM A_ VAJ L.*. }nstitertce) oiij
HELP WANTED 922 E. Brownlee St. I

YOU MAT Ot7 Camp Blanding Rd. CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133

need mature person now In Lak.,
Butler area. Regardless of experience, 964-7133
write W.K. Hopkins, Box 711. FT. DURRANCE PUMP &: SUPPLY
Worth, 76101.ltchrg.1/25.. DO NOT LETTBM ,2&3 BR family oriented with

AND LOT Olf laundry&largo playground. ,

LAND FOR SALE WATER FOR AS,U 'Free electricity first month. I I

'Rent 30%of your monthly I It

1 ACRE OF LAND well and pump. septic' CALL US... WELL Income If you qualify.
tank, :200 amp service, 16 X 16 Barn, QUALITY.' 's If you earn$3.35 per hr.,40 .
ready to move on. 7000. 4962605.2tchrg.1IB .. hrs. a week 4 have 3 1
1/25. .
r dependants,your rent would be 11
LONGCHAMP about$112 a month or$3.73 I.i .
CARS AND TRUCKS per day for days left In month:
for move-In after the first Pump Safes l & Service On All Makes i ,l

87 TEMPO Silver 3 sp., AC, .t_ _. Qualified Singles Accepted.
cassette, tinted window Good Condi -. .'Move-In cost can be as(low as
Well I f .
tlon. $200, and take over payment Drilling -
Call Jull at 964-8791 or 9646713. TFN. .A heat' $10.00 Loviname
77 FORD F-UO Completely rodone. N.w I" See 8 Housing Residential &: Irrigation I i
everything from front to back. and )" ,\
for 3096 + Llc 13O5 -Itt,

f.rf. oYour Income .+V 4-70Ely es Temple ATB.. Starke .f
., .' / Yea Qualify ft Weekends: 964-7S78 l)
< ,

ATTENTION HIRING, Government |ob.- NORTH ENT Audio
$17.B40-$69,485. Call II[ CELLULAR ] Phone

j-602-838-8885. ?xf. R9127.3tpd.1B.2i., \&, Installed with Antenna *498 ,


"" tlrhYissIL I IIra. -$275A'rTimt'

FRUIT PLANTS FOR SALE at Martin' Fruit ( tread.......... 964-4238' Choice of Installed or __ Credit
Farm Fort Whit. BAREROOT apple. fl'I ............... O'VnXB 373-8808
I .... ... transportable model phone
peach nectarine, plum, fig and pear. ........ $
,lutes le n..r..... ------
350.: CONTAINER GROWN peach. _. ....... 223 H'
nectarine, plum, fig and pear. $6, ......-
Japan** persimmons $12. Grape ., ..,.w.... '
$3.50 Blueberries$3. Open Mon.-Sat.8a.m. .:...aytoma ........"' FINAL COSTFinancing

til 6 p.m. Closed Sunday.' iI"C.12OO'-.r-........:.\ ; i-- Activation f
4972621. let ring. 1/4 4lchg. 1/23 J ; '. : thruNCCMotorola Available
Audio Vox.ga1on Pmts. from {>
I cAdohareai AGENT ? c $ 5parmo. r
t "'""V and MIl
flu dreatasiss [ car phonll.
.. '.-- ."--' Scott Lazenby OFFER ENDS WITHOUT NOTICEI .

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I l Starke Area Ads 1 PERSONAL WANT TO DRINK SERVICES THATS Girls Take 1st Loss in DistrictThe I


STOP? THATS OURSI Lady Tornado five weakenedby BUS went Into a box and one with It was the first time BHS piayea a

Alcoholic Anonymous 964-3619 illness and blood donations, lost Monic Williams, the leading scorer team taller than BHS, said Coach
HELP WANTED B64-4I50.064-O3I4 //'17 Its first regular season first Diet. at It.' points per game, content to Slater.hwHcrilHIt. '

ALTERATIONS: zipper, ham, buttonholes 5-3A game to Ocala Vanguard last play point guard. This allowed the *. V 1* M H WOraaeeFeriiMali
ANYONE CAN APPLY:Guaranteed Visa record. Call northAmerican bra com- f II 41Im4to4
patehes.eto. Drop oil and pick week, then rebounded to beat other ladies to score: in double
MC. US Charge. Even with bad credit. plete Information package 1-600-348- Wiki OaM MirirmiM AmntM
7 Orange Park 67-41 and turned back figures. AurUla Williams bucketed ..
up. day a week.7am-8pm.964- MM l-l-., MM* WH MM .t. KeiUra tailor
No one refuted.Call-602-842-1087, 2147. ask for operator 97. 15 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from district foe North Marion High 65-49 15 points, Kendra Butler 12, Latara (.Ml, DwMta ( ext U4424. 15 PERSONNEL TECHNICIAN I: Minimum in the Bradford gym Tuesday night, Jackson 11 and Rhonda Bright 10. lie WHkeM. ..t.,.. Tmtoi"''/>'-*'.
Southslde Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN .
ASSOCIATE TO SELL AVON: Set your qualifications:Bachelors Degree,professional Jan. 23.BBS Aurilla Williams led all re- PWfcl Hate I- -4, Meeiee / -
17 ..._ ,
.. l-S-t, "' lt toriMlS4.
ails e 11I
own hoursl! Earn $8-$10 per hour) or non-professional person- STRICKLAND S SEWING MACHINE is now 13-2 on the season and bounders with 15, Brit added 12 TMntn.'.../1.41.O.Vanguard .
Call Joyce Dlst.Sales (Manager 004- nel experience can substituted on a 6-1 in Dist53A. and Jackson 10. was
462-2743 leave message. year-for-year basis for the required SALES AND SERVICE: All make The loss to Ocala Vanguaril'drop- especially effective in the press forcing 52 BUS 33

15 college education. Salary: Based on and model cleaned oiled and ad- ped the Lady Tornadoes out of the four turnovers in the first Ocala Vanguard had an easy time

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST REGIS- credential anchor: experience negotiable Justed $15. New and used sewing top 10 In the state. Monic, Annette. Kendra and Arkeva last Friday night, Jan. 18, going

TERED: Qualified to do home care up to $17,000 annually with a machine Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan With Dist.5-3A game coming up were super< In the 21 point second 52-33 by a Lady Tornado team
visits under Medicare Program State benefit package estimated at 5100. Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 against Ocala Forest, Gainesville quarter running the fast brea said weakened by the flu and blood dona-
PRESSURE WASHING: House, sidewalks High and North Marion the Lady Coach Slater. tions..
of Florida. Full time salaried Successful candidate will
with possess a driveways. Roof Repairs. Call Tornadoe will have to be at their full ..-.. less I* II Mii It was the first regular season and
benefits or per visit-mileage rate.Call detail oriented work ethic good writ- 9646341. Terry Park*. TFN strength, says Coach Slater, _M.d .lrsk i a ttimttmrt first District 5-3A loss for the Brad-
Beverly 964-8772 or 1-800-448- ten and oral communications skills Mfki DM Htrmm t..,..,Axmi tlm
ford High girls. BHS was 10-2 over-
7753. Upjohn Healthcare Services. have a background background In LINK FENCE:Installed. Free eat! Upcoming... inane Il.1_+1. amn.......WIIIUIIM..11..TT.Tsrar-iTinTr'1 4-a/f.s, s..4. suttorII .'*. all and 4-0 in Dist. 5-3A play. The win

REGISTERED NURSES FOR CERTI- computer data entry/retrieval and will mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., BHS goes to Ocala Forest this Fri- Aurilla WIMI.IIII M/ilf, Mm will. ,.".... left OV M on the season and 4-1 in
FIED HOMES HEALTH AGENCY be eligible for all Florida career serv- day Jan. 26. JV 8 varsi- TaMta IMTIMa.NerMi Dist.S-3A.
: 964-8559. ,
owner Tommy Reddish game p.m., H*.H .i O.Trier .4/5.72.O Jx.nt..4'184,
Home visits In Bradford and Union ice benefits Including: state contribu- TFN 17 ty game, 7:30: p.m. BHS won 68-53 ..P..Hill...." .tl.TMehl .."/. ..*. The Lady Tornadoes just ran out
counties. Recent ICU Med-Surg, IV lion to health Insurance and retirement DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand here Jan.1S. of gas. "Wa were dead. I told the
Therapy experience necessary. Must 13 paid vacation days, 13 sick self-esteem sink this year. Call Tuesday, Jan. 30, BHS goes to BIIS 67 Orange Park 41 girls they gave 110%, but that it was

have strong leadership skills, able to days, 10 paid holidays,deferred compensation 964-8594. TFN 17 GHS. BHS won 56-42 here Jan. 4. The Lady Tornadoes got back in about 80% of what they usually

work without direct supervision. Ca- plan and In-service trainIng WELL DRILLING PUMPS A SERVICE: Feb. 1 BHS goes to N.Marlon: form Saturday night, Jan. 20, to beat give," said Coach John Slater.
reer advancement. Call Beverly 064- New Personnel Office Under the Lady Raiders 87-41 at Orange BHS was up 9-8 after the first
Construction:Contact:R.Nate Holton Durrance Pump ft. Supply Co Water BUS 65 N. Marion 49 Park High. period and had three fouls on OV's
8772. or 1-800-448-7753. Upjohn
Healthcare Services. 15 Personnel Manager New River Cor- systems specialists. 864 N. TempleAve North/ Marion came to Starke look- BIIS.11-21. all the way. OP was high scoring Felicia Lavan. But with

DEPENDABLE MATURE PERSON with rectional Institution, P.O. Box 333 US 301. Starke. 32091 TFN ing to upset the Lady Tornadoes as 1-17. Monic Williams led BETS with 17 their energy running low the BHS
17 did Aurilla Wiliams had 13 and 8 down 24-17 the half.
their Marion County cousins last points, girls were at
Raiford Florida 32083-0333 call
knowledge of paint helpful but not or SU.EL'S RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: week in an important Dist.5-3A rebounds. Rhonda Bright scored 12 Using their full court press in the
necessary. Contact Hodges Paint, ((904) 964-4000. or mail completedFla. Featuring retirement community and game said Coach John Slater. points and bad 18 rebounds. third period the BHS girls pulled

964-8181. 15 State Application by January 31, home. Licensed supervision 24.hour* NM jumped out to a 4-0 advantageand After two days rest the Lady Tor within four points at 27-31. Then OV

THE CITY OF STARKE Is accepting 1990. Preference shall be given to a day. Certified nursing asst, first aid, led the Lady Tornadoes until nadoes were still feeling a little began to press too and a turnover

applications for the position of Meter certain veterans and soouses CPR trained staff. We are a retire- 3:45: was left in the first period when weak and down from their Thursday exchange started. The three taller
Repair with the Meter DepartmentMust TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs ma- mentcommunlty-notanursinghome. Tara Jackson and Dana Norman night bout with Vanguard. BHS OV girls cleared the boards most of

have a valid Florida Chauffeurs ture person now In Starke area. Regardless Not affiliated with any religious organization entered the game. With a minute re- played a conservate 2-3 zone defense the time. BHS was forced to shoot

License graduation from high school of experience write) W.K. *.Call Sue today.463-2619. maining in the period Arkeva ana ran the fast break sparingly\ from outside and missel.: Rhonda
preferred. Apply at the Starke City Hopkins, Box 711 Ft Worth TX 17 Williams entered the game. The said Coach Slater. Four T.Ladiea Bright, working in the lane againstthe

Hall Personnel Office. Applicationsfor 76101. IS A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: Lady Tornadoes made a 13-2 run in scored in double figures. Point taller OV girls, was high for BHS

this position will close at 5 p.m. JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: Australian European Scandinavian. less than four minutes for a 194 ad guard Dana Norman with six with 13 points.

Friday Jan. 26, 1990. 15 Openings available In several areas. Japanese High School exchange student vantage. NM could get no closer the assists, did a good Job running the of- Monic Williams scored 8 points
For call entire fense. Latara Jackson, with 9 points off her 20-plus point :
LADY TO LIVE IN WITH ELDERLY Wililrain. Info 708-742-8620 in Become game. way average.
ext. 362. 15 arriving August a BHS led 13-8 after the first period, and 9 rebounds, and Dana Norman Aurilla Williams was closed out with
WOMAN 3-4 week. Call 964-
Days a
9152 or 964-7839.: 15 MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES: All Host Family/American Intercultural 34-19 at the half' and 52-27 after three did excellent jobs coming off the only 3 points but has 12 rebounds.
Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB-
periods. bench Slater said.i,

NEEDED for Auto Parts Store. Applyin New battery and rebuilt engine $300or IN MY HOME: Infant to

person. Automotive Parts Center. trade for 77964-8810. 15 school age. 6 am 6 pm Man.-Sal

15REAL ATTENTION- HIRINGI) Government Jobs Debbie, 964-6341. tin 17 \\Legal Notices J JTO
1784069485. Call 1-
ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only your area. CONCRETE WORK DONE:Patios,driveways -

4 1-755-4040. North Fl.Real 602-838-8885. ext. R-3493. porches. Good price 964-
Estate College. TFN 15 DRIVERS$275-S650 WEEKLY Locator 2746. 17 The administration of the estate of
STRUCTION:$8-15hrly/sub Inside/ PUBLIC NOTICETO GENE B. fllo number 90-08-CP Is pending In tho
ABLE in ladies and girls clothing retail
orland cleared. I charge$40 per hour. J. VANZANT and
Outside. Comm/Res. All Phases. Will Circuit Court for Bradford County,
sales. Experienced preferred. Send 450 John Deere. Call 782-3306 II no BRADFORD COUNTY BOB WRIGHT HOUSING CENTER. Florida Probate Division the address of
work resume to: SALES POSITION. train. 355-5500. answer call 782-3954. TFN FLOOD HAZARD ORDINANCEBY RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.
which Is 945 North Tempi Avenue.
Storks, Florida 32091. nomos
HOMECARE STAFF RN'sHOME / TION available at a Starke retail store. HOUSEKEEPER SERVICES: For homeor PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD CONCERN: oddrssss or the Personal Representative -
HEALTH AIDES: We have full Send complete resume to: Mr. Dixon office. CALL 964-2190. 17 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to and the Personal Representative's

or part time positions. If you wish to 2253 NW 37th Place. Gainesville FL WE'RE BACKI) The Original Christian NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant foreclose mortgage to the following property attorney are let forth below.

Join the fastest growing areas healthcare 32605. 15 Painter. Painting Interior exterior to Chapter 163, Florida Statute, In Bradford County Florida: Interested persons are required to
flexible daytime Mon.-Fri. the comment regarding the proposed Commencing at the NE corner of NW
pressure washing and carpentry. Call file with this Court. WITHIN THREE MON.
HOMES FOR SALE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 3, Townihlp 7
I schedules with only one weekend per Louie. 964-2051. 17 Bradford County Flood Hazard Ordinance THS Of THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS candidate should have ALMOST BRAND NEW: 3 BR, 2 BA With FREE SEMINAR:"How to Break Into the will be heard by the Bradford South Range 22 East and run South 400.2 NOTICE: (1) all claims against the estate
one med-surg, ICU or home- County Planning and Zoning Board serving feet for FOB thence continue South and ((2)) oblectlon by Interested
year Garage. Energy Efficient low mainte- Hidden Job Market', 7:30: pm. Friday 228.8 feet, thence West 116.6 feet to any any
care background 1 yr. med-surg. nance, quality built home. 48000. Inn a* the local Planning Agency en person on whom this notice was served
February 2,Los Palmas 6233 the East ROW line of State Highway No. 100,
or home healthcare experience .24/mo. with January 30. 1990 at 7:00: p.m. In cold that challenges the validity of the will
pre- Only $421 payment un- International Drive, Orlando. Fla. thence In a NWly direction along
Itaom.Starko. ,
ferred. Homehealth aide daytime M- der$1500 down payment if you qual- (Across from Wet N Wild) for more Starke, Florida.City Hall At Commission the aforementioned ROW to sold State Road No.. 100 190 the qualification of the PononalRopro..ntatlvo
F, occasional weekends. Part-time/ feet, thence East 195 feet to POB all of venue, or jurisdiction/ of
ify. By Owner. 1011B W. Pratt SI info call ((904)) 426-0007. 17 all) Interested parties may appear -
meeting the Court.
PAN strong potential to become full 964-8073.TFN 16 aid land lying In SE comer of NE 1 1/4 of
ADOPTION after is
: -Happily ever our
to be heard with respect to the proposed ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
time. Choose to work In Gainesville 832 W. CYPRESS STREET: 3 BR. 2 BA wish for your baby. Please choose us Bradford County Flood Hazard Or NW 1/4 of SW 1/4' sold Section, SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Starke or Williston office. Independent !largecorner!ot'Stoverefrig.533,000.' as adoptive parents infant dinance. I Township and Ro up' ,,rS '
.. for your of this. Nolle* has begun
case management: Newly'up:* Owner financing,fHA or Conv. 964- We will pay aI"xp" nsAi.Vlolse1 r II- A4 copy"of the proposed sradtel'County (:required,,Mj9* to _e".Ve tfobpyof you(*y written|. ro ..,:,.IIJ on.au611rllbn tuary'25.- .:':.J:"I..mall:l..N ,

I dated salary and benefits package.For 5318. 16 Phil ft Gall's any., 1-800-221-646.. Flood Hazard Ordinance I I. defence, If any to It on Johnny R. ., Personal Representative:
more Information call or send FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR 1 1/2 Bath 17CUSTOM available for public Inspection at the Hobbs WILLIAM BENNETT SCOGGINS
Esquire plaintiff'
I resume to: MARJI GIBSON Alachua CB Home. Living room dining kitch- TRACTOR WORK: Mowing Planning and Zoning Office, City Hall. whose add.... I I. P.O. Box 938 attorney, Starke.' 1732 East Call Street

General Hospital 801 SW 2nd Ave.. enm large family room w/fi rep lace and ,disking plowing leveling garden Any person deciding to appeal a d.cislon Florida 33091. en or before March 2. Starke, Florida 32091

Gainesville FL 32601 ((904) 338- built-in bar. Screened in back porch work. Free estimate J. D. Eunice mode at the above referenced 1990 and file the original with the clerk EUGENE 1'. SHAW

6750. EOE. 15 small pool. Fenced backyard barn w/ 964-8230; J.H. Eunice 782-3469. meeting may need to record the proceedings of this court either before service an Attorney for
and that for such he
electricity. 964-5647. 18 17WILL plaintiff' attorney or Immediately
STAY FOR THE STABILITY: J.B. DO DAY OR EVENING CARE OF may need to ensure that a verbatim' thereafter! otherwise a default will be 923- North Temple Aveoue
Hunt, one of America's largest and YOUR INFANT TO 12 YR. OLDS: record of the 1/11 proceeding 1/25 Is Cant. No.349 entered against you for the relief Starke. FL 32091
2tchg :
most successful transportation companies Overnight and Saturdays can be demanded In the complaint or petition. ((904)) 964.5200
Its drivers of the DATED this 22nd day of January 1990. Fla. Bar No. 072941
pays some arranged. Play area and activities. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
2/01 Cont. No. 358
best salaries In the business. Call 1- WINNING"TENNIS Reasonable rates. Call 782-3507. REGISTER RAY NORMAN 1/252tchg :

800-643-3331 today. EOE.Subject to 17 FICTITIOUS NAME As Clerk of the Court PUBLIC NOTICETO
By:Tosher Allen Deputy Clerk
drug screen. 15 REVIEW THE PROPOSED
1/25 4tchg' 2/19; Cant. No.356
LONG HAUL TRUCKING: Get into a high ADDIITIONS: Carports concrete Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida BRADFORD COUNTY

demand career as an owneroperatorwith work aluminum or vinyl siding and Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO SUBDIVISION REGULATIONSBY
northAmerican Van Lines! Oper- soffit systems. Free estimates. Call undersigned Christopher R. lee, Rt. 9, REGISTER THE BRADFORD COUNTY

ate your own tractor. If you don't have Garrison Construction 964-6281 Box 1122. No. 56. Lake City. FL 32055 and FICTITIOUS NAME PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD
Students Include KHHS Donna M. Rt. 9, Box No. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA .
one, we offer a lease-purchase program Top anytime. Mark Garrison license no. Lee 1122 96 .
that Is one of the best In the In- & BHS Team Members E14255. 17 Lake City FL 32053. joint owners, doing Pursuant to Section 869.09. Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant
business under the firm of to Chapter 163 Florida Statutes,
dustry. No experience necessary. If HOUSE PAINTING NEW IN AREA 30 name Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the the comment regarding the proposedBradford
SOUND DESIGN 864 North Temple I
you need training we will train you. years experience 964-3673 undersigned Don Myert Rt. 4 Box 1214 Subdivision Regulation

Avenue Suite A, Stark., Florida 3209U
You must be 21, In good physical $10 per Hour N ETTLES TREE SERVICE:All types tree Intend to register said fictitious name (US 301) Starke, Florida 32091 and *, will be heard by the Bradford
Ask Mark at 964-6305 or 473-4380 Elaine Myers, Rt. 4 Box 1214 (US 301))
condition and have a good driving for ,
dnd Board
work. 496-12326. tin 17 under the aforesaid statute. Starke. Florida 32091, joint owner, doIng County Planning Zoning serving
READER AND ADVISOR on love affairs, Dat.d this 25th day of January A.D., a* the local Planning Agency, on
business under the,firm name of ACE
,..,....' j t.'{" %" im't:; l9: 'V E5t j r; business, bad luck (curse), financial In Bradford County Florida. TOWING. Rt. 4 Box 1214 (US 301)), January 30 1990. at 7:00 p.m. In the
1/25 4tpd 2/15 Stark City Hall Commission Room
4' difficulties. Call 782-9802. All read-
aJ2 "" Starke. Florida 32091 Intends to register
Stark., Florida. At the aforementioned
%FilN116" 4St..1' bias confidential. 17 said fictitious nam.lI'dor the aforesaid
1ta.i .a }l
i meeting, all interested parties may appear
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH statute. be heard with the
to to

MISCELLANEOUSWOULD .Doted this 23rd day of A.D., respect proposed
Loads of Limerock JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Bradford County Subdivision
or Small
Large BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA In Bradford, County Florida.'

Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer LIKE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD CASE NO: 89-982-CA 1/25 4tpd 2/15 Regulation A copy of the proposed Bradford


9646095f.iiI FLORIDA? With the Florida Classified Plaintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH available for public Inspection at the
'1$49641618' M.'W964S823'1i. t Ad Network we can deliver your v. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Planning and Zoning Office, City Hall.

message to over 1.000.000 peoplefor GENE B. VANZANT NORMA J. VAN BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Any person deciding to appeal a decision
$125 (less than $0002/personO. ZANT. f'ttOIATIDtVIStON mode at the above referenced
Call this newspaper's classified department -' HOUSING CENTER GREEN TREE ACCEPTANCE. CASE NUMBER: 90-08-CP meeting may need to record the pro-
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MARY PATRICIA. SCOGGINS, may need to ensure that a verbatim
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Deceased. record of the proceeding I I. made.


DESIGN Home Units from 19900. Lamps, ,

; ::1tldJ; ,) jstJ'II' io" i iI lotions, accessories. Monthly! pay- School Menus

I 864 N. Temple e..SulteAr1.'d. : cessorie$ color menlliow catalog.a.$18.00.1-800-228-8292.Call today FREE Jan. 29-Feb. 2Bradford

M-F 9-5:00 -
20OPEN High School A-la-Carte

Sat. 9-3:00 'Call 964-8722 YOUR OWN HIGHLY PROFITABLE Bradford Elem.Middle School MONDAY mfllulMkM.Pizza, comdocs trench Irl_. O,J.,

FASHION SHOP. $1999 MONDAY Caradof Baked Buna, Cabbage TUESDAY trench fries,
MONDAY Ssllsburx Sink, Rice a Gr.V)','fur-( .: Slaw. P...., Brewme,Milk. O.J., milkshake,
maximum price. $13.99 one price. Peaches, Cornbraed, Mi*. tr
;'Cs= TUESDAY Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Chase WEDNE8DAYPliu french fries,
Jean/SportswearJr/Mlssy,large lady, Spaghetti' w/Meat Sauce. Cheese, '
Senior Registered Nurse Ri. Teas. Garaaa Salad, Fruit. Crisp, MUk o.J., milkshake.
Stlx Cabbage Slaw, Fruit Cup, Hot ... Milk.
shoe store. WEDNESDAY, Braised Bejon Mashed
'maternity,Infant/pro teen or WEDNESDAY, ChlU Garden folune THURSDAY:Cheeseburgers, french fries,
Minimum qualifications. Florida Licensure as a Over 2000 first quality riamebrands- Crackers Pan CInn.mon Roll Milk. t= oyZi fGr..os,8trswbervYaartcake.THUMDAYs milkshake, O.J., pl_. .
I .
registered nurse and one year experience. Bugle Boy. Lee LevI),.Health Tex THURSDAY Hamburger on Bun Lettuce a, fried Chicken. Rice a Gravy, ... :* french
professional Tomato Chocolate Cake, Milk. ,Green Beans, Fnul Hot I.nlls Mil '
Jordache Organically Grown Reebok ymitS: CHOICE. Cup Each day students ha vs e choice of s hot lunch,
salad bar alncarte.LOOKING
Liz Claibome and more. 13.900 -- or :
Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary -
negotiable up to $28OOO annually. (Benefit package to $59,900 Includes Inventory training -
fixtures, grand opening eta
worth over $8.0OO). Mademoiselle Fashions,1-600-842- RENT SPECIAL .NEW 1 ONLY RENTERS
New Clinic 4127.20 ?

Emergency Services $5.00 Off Current Rent
Successful candidate will be eligible for all Florida Check: the
I State Contributions to Therapist

I career health service Insurance benefits.and including,*13 paid vacation days. Half time position for Bradfordand Room with Bath & AC $50.00 weekly Classifiedsnthe

10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensationplan. Union Counties. 53.00 with tax

CEU's and,in-service training., Master degree In Heeman
Services or background with 4 Room with AC 40.00 weekly :(

years related experience. without Bath$42.40 with tax
Interested persons should contact: Salary range $8.250 11750. ASectionFor

1 R. Nate Kolton. Personnel ManagerNew Excellent fringe benefits. '
Room without Bath 37.50
River Correctional InstituteP. ,weekly
Send resume to:
O. Box 333 ,;,<; y. Bradford. Putnam Union without AC L $39.75.VIth tax ,

Raiford. FL 32083 Guidance Clinics. Inc.
or Phone: S5. 2ie P. O. Box 1177. MAGNOLIA,HOTEL Sp

((904 "iqoo ? : Starke.! fL 32091 '137 N; Walnut p. _

Preference shall be given to veterans and spouses of veterans jal Oirpertumqr' tmptoyer '.....t,... Across from Starke Post Office



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January 25,1990 TELEGRAPH Page: I IIA

I Tornado Capers Win Two Non-Conference Games. Now.. 4-4 I

district Tornado games eager this week won to two Improve non- Bradford goes to Eastside High in 26)).JV game: 6 p.m'l varsity game the two teams this season. home against-Gainesville" High Gainesville. .,varsity I

their BHS record to 14-4. .Gainesville.. ,."tomorrows,, }Frlday, Jan" 7:30: p.m, It'll be the, first meeting of Tuesday, Jan.. 30, Bradford ii School. BUS won 65-59 Jan. game,7:30 6pm '
remains 3-2 In District -
5-3A. --- --
BHS beat Baker m and Clay
High 86-117. Call Toll-Free Call from

BUS 83 Baker 79Bradford's I | from Anywhere" 964-7200 1 473-FORD Gainesville

made the difference man-to-man In the 83-79 defense win in Florida: 'Starke Keystone Heights 377-1O96

over Baker High Tuesday night 209 W.Madison.
Jan. 23,In the brand new and bright: 800329RD. State Road 21 I
ly lit gym two miles west of Mac- '

clenny."We've been practicing a lot' late- 209 W, TARHE, FL.m .
ly, and we're doing much better
said Coach Roland Cummings. 3771O96Gainesville 4 388-FORD)
The Tornado five built up a 14
point advantage 69-41, after three '. Jacksonville
quarters, then had a tough time YOUR FORD & CHRYSLER CONNECTION IN STARKE!
holding on as Baker pressed and bat-
tled back just the same as the Dec.

to 76-74 12 hold game to Baker.onto in Starke an advantage when BHS and failed lost 1990 FORD ,F-150 1990 'ESCORT LX NEW 1989 2 DR.

the Both game.teams The were Tornadoes 13-4 going controlledthe Into LARIAT "XLT" 2 DR. MUSTANG LX

game early, except for a few
minutes in the first period when FREE AIR CONDITIONING PACKAGE Custom equipment group, AC. tilt wheel,
Baker led 12-8. Bradford led 29-14 4x2, 13" wheel base, automatic AM/FM stereo,instruments light/security group digital premium sound system, AM/FM stereo

after one period and 39-35 at the half. overdrive, 302, power windows, power clock/overhead console rear defroster cassette, power windows, wire wheel
BUS won the third period big, 27-18 locks, cruise, tilt wheel, loaded. "'
and went into the :
eight minutes .

14 Then points BHS ahead.had trouble controlling $8,321 $1 iS98 i

the basketball. Coach Cummings $ o.
-3 89
called time outs to calm the Tornado -
five down. : .
Baker pressed full court, caused 149 9 month' 1 53 7
some Tornado turnovers and re-
per per month
bounded missed field goals, fouled Good Selection
Bradford players and got some turnovers Nut rebate plug tat title,ug$1,BOO down, caah or(rade Baaed on Net.IWrtb.fcplu.Uuc. title Uf l,BOO down ca>h or trade. Band on
6O IOAPRWlth approved credit: $149.65 per month. 80\D,BM APR with. approved crodIL: 1 1 S3.37 per month.
on missed charity shots to
pull within three points with about

three Baker The minutes crowd Tornadoes Into to the managed ,put to stay the 1990' F-150 4x2LARIAT ,1990 TEMPO GL 1990 FORD F-250

ahead, however. Crucial baskets
came from Wendell Hudson, who "XLT"XLT 4 DR. LARIAT "XLT"4x2
was game high scorer with 28 points
as teammates fed the ball to him In- Lariat trim,Bright low-mount swing-away mirrors; 7.3 diesel electronic j4 speed
side the key.Pedro Carter sunk four handling package headliner/tnaulaUon package, Automotlc Trans.,AC, power locks,tilt wheel light group, automatic, transmission trailer tow
light .
/convenience group AM/FM stcreoclodccassette.speed ,
free throws and James McNeal hit
two big charity shots near the end of control tilt steering wheel AC deluxe argent styled speed control,white side wall tires, rear windows defroster package, power windows/locks, cruise
steel wheels. P235/75R15 BSW all season tires, 11.D. 11..
the game after Hudson fouled out.

Clarence Reggie Sheffield Williams, Train also hit Blye Jumpersto and service Package Overdrive transmission. $9 9 5 1 "

keep BHS up as Baker tried to 10,745
close. Donnie Francis relieving $17
point guard Reggie Sheffield,hit two
three point baskets, the first of ,
which put BHS back up by six points. $19900 $17900
Bradford had four players and I per month per month
Baker had five players scoring in Met after rebate, plus tall title but*1.6OO down cult or tradtt Baaed on Net after rebate plus tall title,tag$1,BOO down...h or trade Baaed on Loaded' .
double figures.Bradford 60 mo at IO.APR with approved crcdU.$199_inonth. 6O 10,6%APR with approved credit: 117 per month.

won the rebounding war
3219. Hudson led Bradford with 10
rebounds,Carter and Williams had 7 TERWILLEGAR USED CARS
each,Truin Blye 6,and Reggie Sheffield ,
2.Carter. U.S. 301 South 964-7200
had 10 assists, Blye 6, and

Sheffield.takarHlatl.N.d HW.5. Train M 14 HUM It 17 1-17 .' M 75In.1,1 [ Ai D1LfIIji$ ki ( i iToYY1 bY$4I11$

...... ...../1.Hlahl..,Immtm McftMl My IX/4-U.S./...f.*.'toftw
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,-,..aaar./.-..Makl.,DaaatoFraiKto Hnry UCullai 1..*.Meek.I.*,.-.../;.Chltt.,',:trey......Ohraal*.*.!.., :'II 8g wijs; Was '79 ,Chevy, LUV Was '82T-Bird Heritage Edition
.., .. $93sb $2495
Jm McKaaana 14./'!'.Tatalll).. ./ ft. ;
Was $3750
BHS 66 Clay High 57 4 Dr.. AT. V6,All S Sp.:, AC. New AT. All Power. Wire
Power Option*. Power $8350 Tires Clean & $199& Wheels Orlg 74.OOOMl.
A scrappy Class 2A Clay High five Scab, Vclour Interior Economical .
never gave up as Bradford High won
66-57 Friday night, Jan. 19, in the
BHS gym.It .
BUS was cagers sort who of bombed play time the for basket the '87 Chevy, Silverado' 4X4 '80.Dodge Aspen '88 Ford Aerostar XL
from outside and sunk 7 of 10 three Was $9.850 Was ffi10.85J
point tries.Coach Roland Cummings AT 350V8.'All Power AT.6 Cyl 1 AH--. S4.OOO Orlg AT Ttlt, Cruise AM/FM
rotated his nine players in and out; Options Chrome $885 Miles Mint.Cond, New Tiro *2495 Cass. 1 Owner 985O
everybody played. It was good for Wheels. Tires. Tool Box Was $2 95 '
BHS to have a non-pressure game
after so many tight District 5-3A

games BHS,led the coach 23-11 after said. one period, '84, Chevy Scottsdale 4X4 '84 Escort GT Was $3495 '85 Ford Crown VictoriaWas

44-28 at the half,and 60-41 going into "
the fourth period. VBAT.74.000MI., / .. Air. Tilt, $6995
Pedro Carter led BHS with 22 Full Power. *5495'Cruise Sun Roof $2495 4 Dr., Tilt. Cruise.
points,Including four three-pointers, Was $6495. Extra Sharp Stereo. 35.OOO MI.
and made 4 of 6 free throws. TruIn
Blye had 13 points, made of 4 free
had. rebounds.Clarence
throws and 5
bounds Williams,Wendell had 9 Hudson points had and 8 points 4 re- '88 F-I50XLT 4X4 SWB '88 S-15 GMC'Siena Classic '88 Thunderbird

and 6 rebounds. James McNeal had AT. All Power Options Was $8995 Was $10.750
Was $11.995 AT. 8 Cyl,All Power '
two field goals, both three pointers. Cloth.. Bedllner, Tool OptIon.,Topper. SpU. Full Power. 23.OOO
LeRoy Ryals 6-5 led Clay High Box Tires.Spt.Immaculate Wheels! 61 0 9 915' 'Wheel.. Cloth Int. 8495 MI., Wlrf Wheels $9750
with 18 points. Craig Jackson had 13
BHS improved to 13-4 on the
season. Clay was 9.7.S.di.nJ1111. .
I. tl MClayMlall 64
II 17 l11 h 1990 DODGE D-350 1990 DODGE OMNI
., .. 1989 DODGE COLT
$? < 11. Train 1.1.1 X/4-H
,-.I.Ta..v San>I..........-...*l-t.Jamaa 4 dr., auto.,AC PS PBOHLT
Uteri 1.31. PWc. Cartar 4>4/-t>. 0 DUAL REAR WHEEL
.. ...
WTHteM *llWa aa / Ta at.l 2 door hatchback, PS PB -
7,17.1 II54S.CI.p ... ,.* 7d. '-'- p 16--
Mahl Jaak "'- M* I**"
I-I/K. laday ..... ,-./..ll. Cn* *MM. IM.Mm $6,495 _
or .. @_:.
$7 99'
$ .
The Bradford five returns to Dlst. 1 0800 ,
5-3A competition for five straight per month
game through Feb. 6. Net after.......pI..1ttIe.. lag plue dais. _11ed"'I';'..
$1.bIad..n.! cash or..-.BO 1*.APH with. .pprov+d..114 "- ,1990 DODGE DAYTONA,

Lady VB.5SPD.PS..t1hAM/fMcaaa

Tornadoes... 5 speed, PB.PS AC, 5.9 Cummins Turbo Diesel, 5 speed, air 12,699 e
fraes page l0A AM/FM. Hottest sent '11,999 conditioning stereo cassette.SAVE .
the American it
'1T. Thomas had 12 rebounds for -- -
OV. Felicia Lavan, the coach'sdaughter - -
scored a game high 22
points and had 6 rebounds.
Down by seven at the half, the 1990 JEEP THOUSANDSWRANGLERS
Lady T's came out the second half

and baskets cut the by Rhonda lead to to Bright.two with"At three that ? Ask for Jimmy Strickland, Manager 1990 JEEP GRAND WAGONEER

point I should have slowed the game
down by cutting out our press and Loaded. Includes trailer twocruise. power everything, Utt,
walking the baD down court. ,This Omlj .' ,AM/FM stereo case,and much, much, morelI1'aQ
would have shortened theme for

us.chance The less we had we had to pM to this one out. D-150 DODGE 4X4 OaljTro it ThJj Pried! -- ,

My mistake wuD not reallzln just 1990 PLY. VOYAL I
how weak we were physically: said *
Coach Slater. 21,900
OV played a strong game, press $13aa-9; *
the pressure on BUS with a

and fast break. _
Dana Norman cam off i Dell 1990 EAGLE TALON
first half. Aurilla,
In the
Williams and Rhondas BrUt were '- 5 Sp., PB. PS. AC,AM/FM '
strong on the boards all night, theBHVSStbV --Th
9J _
61-W in Ocala In the .

first regular season game Dec. 5.wM.d .. PB. PS,AC, 318 V-8 Engliie.AM/FM Cass.. 4 Sp.
-. ...a. 9 9 M 4 11II Jeep.Eagle, u
_. "-" Mw.sss ,5.... MeshWM11rI.e

wdMAw.MM.4/44/......A5.MM 1.,4ik,1.r 5e11..t..'5/3.,... Tasds34IM ,: / : lea.lled MA r.1rlas ILler epllo...
0.51. 4._ 41.1. J.M.M..s 4

$4.4 34/31.MJMM$. .-. $443....T..5 IIi......-"7...I.was

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!I'uur 12A TELEGRAPH January ZS. 1WO! .
." ., tJ' Walkerngagements
.. L Stacey
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'7' ., "' ?,

I I ,, Beta Sigma Phi Recap Year's Events Baby Honored The home Shower of at Mrs. James E. I

Rogers, Jr., on Searing Street, was
the setting fnr a htuiiitifiil baby

.. ...' oO'".... In October the Starke groupbela i'h w'S t rc y-.ft r
1 honoring Mrs. Dave Walker (Stacey
XI lolta Delta Chapter : a Halloween costume party at Denmark) of Brandon, Florida.
;1 Linda
of Lawrence and
the home
Phi had a
Hostesses for this special occasionwere
/ All husbands, children,
teresting 1989. ;1 ,!ill Motley. Mrs. Scott Roberts (Cindy Nor-
,. """ families and friends enjoyed hot
Hardee '
Sheiln was '
',1"!! i. dogs chill and desserts the barn man) Nancy Payne, Michelle Sapp,
Sweethea- ,. In February and Mrs. John D. Woody (Karen
treated to night out at : that was decorated for the occasion.
) of Orlando Fla.
dressed In costumes, had
Derby in Gainesville. in
the foyer of the
Greeting guests
a bon fire and roasted mar-
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..i., ; shmallows. Then about 8:30 p.m., a home was Karen Woody. Upon thebonoree's
f.. i1J Police car and siren came down the arrival, she was pinned
; i
: with a small corsage featuring asmall
: road, escorting a yellow car inside
'{ .... yellow teddybSar handratue.ana .
Gwendolyn M. Brown .:: .,...... ."" { .\'. ...,.:.' "(' ..\. .... .,,",:II'1' 1 werre entertained the "Supreme toe Sisters"They and ribbons.oaby) mums with yellow bows

I. .
I Edward Porter songs.In The gaily decorated refreshmenttable
# November, the group
\ V" Brown ",) : gathered at the home of Brenda in the dining room was covered
Gwendolyn Thomas for a Thanksgiving feast. with an oriental tea cloth with band

Misty Telken &Shawn Swain Edward J. PorterTo '1 \ ..II. .. In December, the annual stitched pastel blossoms. Centering
Wed February 10 Christmas dance was held at Lawanda the table was a large clear 'remembrance -
Misty Telken, Qulnn/s home and the members balloon' which held the dain-
ShawnSwainTo Mr. and Mrs. Willie B. Brown of A de 4Yfsas) d a! ty handmade batise and lace white
Starke announce the engagement of rerh dress, booties and pink hospital bead
Wed February 10 their daughter, Gwendolyn Mashell changed by a ll the Secret Sisters and bracelet that Stacey wore home

Mr and Mrs. Joseph E. Telken of Brown, to Edward Jerome Porter, elected'r their Identities were revealed. from the hospital when she was bornin

Starke would like to announce the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Porter of Wemaa of the Yea 1984. Surrounding the base of the

engagement and approaching mar TampaThe .bride-elect ,rr Sylvia. UwtorhUl balloon were multicolored pastel
riage of their daughter, Misty to graduated balloons. Pastel streamers and
Bradford High School in 1984 and the
Shawn Swain son of Robert and balloons were fastened to the COI"nen -
Debbie Sapp of Starke and John!: and University The bridegroom-elect of North Florida graduatedfrom in 1989. a Lawanda QuInn; Vice- of the table and draped up to the

Julie Swain of Live Oak. Interlachen High School in 1979 0 Penny Aderholt; crystal chandelier centering the din-
The wedding will take place on and Santa Fe Community College of Sylvia Underhill; Coy ing room celling. An assortment of

Saturday, February 10 at 2 p.m. at Nursing in 1988. -- .., Secretary, Brenda afternoon party snacks were placedon
the First United Methodist Church of The wedding is scheduled for ; Treasurer Diane Hodge the table and enjoyed by the
Starke. A reception will be held at February 10 at 3 p.m. at Allen Sweetheart 1989 Extension!! Officer Linda guests.
the church following the ceremony.No Chapel A.M.E. Church. Sheila HardeeIn .
local invitations are being sent. All relatives and friends are in- April, Sylvia _-__... Day was held at Following a 'greeting and catch-
All family and friends of the coupleare vited to attend the wedding and the awarded the Woman of the Lake with an Ice Cream r'S up' conversation period of time the
cordially invited to attend. reception immediately following at tie. Members/ and their.families honoree opened her beautifully

Lawtey Correctional Training For Founders Day, all In August, 1989. decorated baby gift packages.
Center. chapters met in Palatka at September 5 was the first Sharing this special time with
Wales Restaurant the of the year where Ms. Ugly Stacey were her mother Mrs. J.E.
was held. Diane Hodge was F Denmark and her sister, Allison
4 ') skit and ;
irths in'4 < chapter put on a
B <, I Underhill was crowned this title. In late Denmark, and 28 of her friends and
our Area'Charles : the the Starke group Joined relatives.
The palm tree gets its name from Year groups in Central and Nor-

the type of palm that has blades In May, new officers Florida for an area luncheon .'r't' The hostesses presented Stacey
Caleb WilliamsTom that fan out resembling the palm elected at a dinner held at Alhambra In Jacksonville. with an automatic baby swing as a
and fingers of a hand. Family Restaurant. Officers. Mil Ugly
and Lori Williams of Lake I ours memento of the occasion.

Butler are proud to announce the I '..
birth of their son, Charles Caleb, ..'It. -I..
born January 5, 1990 at 10:40: p.m. at .. .. ", / *
Alachua General Hospital. He ."' : '" } ; : ,
,) .
weighed 9 Ibs. 8 oz.,measuring 201/2 J.,.'t"t., .,;,. ;li.,. ", 'k..' \,.,,.J" .' ,
: ,
inches in length.Grandparents .. .... '
r. "
include the late .,' j. .., I ''!,
Willard Williams and Melba Gaskins I..rill. : IC. 1l I 9'.. I '.-" ,
I. .
Williams of fJ. '' 'fJ 5 t : "
Lawtey. : '. i. ,
'.,'. ;. : .
Maternal grandparents are Mr. p1 ,\ '. 'r.. :,:
and Mrs. Don Shinn of North { I' "' ,P '\ ., I',. ," '.'' .
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"t' .
Carolina. ..
1 I '4I'" "

Paternal great-grandparents are :, f,', i.? ..: .. '. J' .... .
Mr. and Mrs. John Darby Gaskins, ... '. ( { : k. ,. '' .
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also oi Lawtey. ... /;b ....p...".. 5. '.", '. ..,...

Paul Trevor McKinleyRick fi"r:.. .. .
: :. _
_,. ; ..... .y.' h. .;
and Dawn McKinley of / !' ,,t \ .., .
; .
Lawtey are proud to-announce the .. ,. ...,, \\.. .. '
birth of a son, Paul Trevor, born ". '''' \\\iII .. tAJI\. ;.j'. 1, '

January 10, at 6:50: p.m. at Aachua .: ., ....,.. "nd1o SEr .
eQ '.
General Hospital. He weighed 8 Ibs. ,
:: .
2 oz and was 201/4 Inches in length. \ ," tv o\ ; ,,, "
Grandparents include Jimmy Bell '": { (/ et. .-. .,'
-\ "ottC .
and Carolyn Moody of Starke and t.\ '
Bill Green and Carol Ackerman of ,,;re \...,."\ 1 ;) tIL g62. ., '
.u &
I Waldo. t1I9 = 51 ..t.a \0\ ,
Great grandparents are Paul and +rid 'tt
Margaret Smith of Lawtey; Austin' .. .C.AL'QR '1Eb Sou .
and Margaret Bell of Starke and ,1 '.1
Harry and Hope DeVoe of New \ _. c sat\a .GI' .
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Dustin FateHolsenbeck .c. '!>-!>3 ..., '. .\ .,.\,. ..' '
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",Vi;. ;;" 3 'cE :r' ': KA'f.. >!f '
Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Holsenbeck of ifjl \ .
lt : ,..,
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Starke proudly announce the birth of s.1 .. ...... r..._ .. "I..v ft-;
their son, Dustin Fate, born January -J J ..-; ........ .. '
21, 1990 in Alachua General Hospital, O." f..d". .. .
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I ;
Gainesville. He weighed 8 Ibs. 101/2 c. .- ., .
iarU 'H
I Ott.t -J1515.O&I
oz and was 20 inches long. 1e ." .'.-_ fey ..... I". : 'V\ '' ""
Maternal grandparents are Dale 1' a'oa' I'j.C\ NE .1 a );,'

and grandparents Barbara Brown.are Bobby Maternal and Gertie great ,"\ aae : ....g5fr59 \II'.... Q\pyOe Patkerooke .. &j&S y53 r:'3036 .'Ii': t, .

McRae and Lucile and Thornton \ 6 ...a C -ES. ;4 '.

Johns. He is also the great grandsonof I" '4:110''' V"w. .' i"J''
the late Fate Brown of Starke. \i"\C\tSSs? ,
Great-great grandparents are Susie .. ,", 'oG 4a ..: \; .

Owens, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell t ***%" C1-- \PJ"4 .. > 'r:. :-': "' ,-;:. ,
Il" ; .
McRae all of Starke. ,
CWV i '
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Paternal grandparents are Mr. ,' : i'
.. } : .
S .AIftO0 .U't'J r
and Mrs Jack Calrel of Starke and _, .. \. !:" ....1l'I -. ..., "" \.",,,, ".' .. \ \ ...', ... .
Mr and Mrs. Earl Holsenbeck of .. r.A\,1 r' OIU ,.,, _.' tofT .,.1 \ '" .' .
,- ; '1 I ; ., "'" .,. "v- '. ',>I!'. '11 ''I' ; $ ''':' ...'i
Neptune Beach. Paternal great 4' ," iI' .i ;4" "'' .,: \
.. : '
.n" ,
tr" .. l'; A ,
grandparents are Mary Kinard of .. '.J ,"...\.f\\! n .1 ,' f..n. .... ; ;
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. M.M. : ,: i' 11" .,',. "
Holsenbeck of Jacksonville. v nth its #'".. I-' \ O .'". ...0''I ; ., ., "'l'' .
;;" : ." :: ,
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Leon Dick : :, .
Kyle ; '\C.S \ "
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Malin and Brenda Dick of Starke "t\-'O'.." .."e.lC ,.,..., "," '.\'. ....-.: 5_ .. "Gn.. I< \"" ,\1 ." .' ,1i.J"..,...' ::. .;
announce the birth of a son, Kyle .".... ," 1_t ,; ." r.a . ..
Leon born Wednesday, Jan. 10, in \-'IP";"'-. 7- ;.: ;'' T1". i ,;: 'I :. .. ,
Shands Teaching Hospital, 4 : a ; I' I .. .,},iI, ; ,-: :
Gainesville. He Joins a sister, : Ut)3'2.; : \ .1"d&j ) I.t '. M ilor. >..'.t..:. ,,, .i. w ,, ( ":'

Megan age three. t. ," ;J'r.' .:,;.a',. ..,..;..-- I....:b', 'II ', '. .. .\. h ,, I \ 'y; ..

Maternal grandparents are Clyde \,. ; ........ .t ., ...'" '( 1 ... ".i,." "" .
and Lorene Sumner of Starke. .... 'i. T, .., ;.'V. .' !
Maternal great grandparents are ) ..,, .' $ r:: "" f:. '1'.. '.",,' ,'"I" I' "'ft :tM >lJ" ""'I' t. -

I Corinne and Willis Broughton of '.. I .. ,. :. .;"('" .-..'.. ;; J'.1.' : / .1.\
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By Mark Prledlln memorial and museum complexand war."
BCT Staff Writer now In organizing the The museum and park are located
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a'1 r A moving tribute to fallen servicemen search for W.W. II artifacts and Just Inside the main gateof
an inspiring messagefor the ever-pressing hunt for Camp Blanding on a 13-acre
a new generation and boost donations necessary to site.A World War II era barracks
for the fortunes of Bradford complete the project. "This building will house the main exhibits -
County are Just some of the potential project will and already has a research library and
benefits that a new mu- attracted a wide variety of archive collection. Exterior dis-
seum and memorial park at visitors to the area a situation play areas will Include weapons,
Camp Blanding means to the that will only Increase In the vehicles and aircraft from the
community.The years ahead as retired veterans period and a memorial garden
opening and dedication 'rediscover their roots' In an will be dedicated to the memoryof
ceremonies of the Camp area where so many of them the units and soldiers who:
Blanding Museum and Memorial trained In preparation for the See Page 4BEUREKA
Park of the second World War
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Chiropractic CenterStarke w LOWER r.n CE _'

Herbert E. SheppardMr. Mr. Howard is survived by his Office ";IN1 .:J r'EE >>
wife, Charalene Eaton Howard, 218 S. Walnut St. ,
69, of Lake Herbert Butler Edward died Wednesday Sheppard, Melrose; one daughter, Susan H. Next lo the Chamber of Commerce ALVERT EXTRA .,. .?t;,' :'Pf7: 9' SOH

afternoon in the Tanglewood Nurs- Scott of Melrose; two step 964-4957 .. "16:99: :: 760' '
daughters Georglene Rodriguez .
ing Center in Lake City following an Island l ENNESSYVS: _.: '0,' ;, ',
Merritt and Milene Smith of "
Florida extended, he illness.moved Born in Manning, Bradenton,Fla.; two step sons,Ron BLACK VELVET +CANADIAN I 1 O 35: ;> LtR
to Lake Butler
about 10 Rodriguez of Bradenton and Thomas JACK DANIELSMACK ,10.99g 4750
years ago,after living most
of his life Rodriguez of Merritt Island; two PAIN CONTROL ;
in '
retired trucker Zephyrhills.and was a He member was a children.grandsons and three step grand- Headaches rig![ {' EAGfcAMCROWN:; ROYAl :',,/,, .'.14,99yy" 150'
of the Church of :,9.99. 11
God. RUNIC ,
Survivors include Funeral services for Mr. Howard Neck&Ann INJURIES ; i
one sister, held at 10 in DeWitt C. : 9'.90t 1'.75SKO
Lucille were a.m. :. ;
Regar of Lake Butler; one Mid Back Work Related BAYSTREETVpOKARy ;_
Jones ,
Chapel Keystone Heights on
Zephyrhills brother Ernest several Sheppard of Monday,January 22,with Rev. Ben Low Back&Leg Sports YODJ< t i 1'O20 117&
; and
nephews. nieces Blankenship officiating.Burial,with !
Personal 1.981 l7J
Funeral full military rites at graveside,was FOPOVVODKA; ,
services were held at in Evergreen Cemetery atm Auto AccidentsDR.
graveside Saturday afternnon at 2 under the direction of Jones FuneralHome .
pm. in Douglas Cemetery, with of Keystone Heights. .W. DAVID SIXES
Rev. Loretta Harry officiating. Ar- See DR.RICHARD C.TULLER PARRISH BANDWED.
cher Funeral Page 128
Home of Lake Butler '
was in charge of arrangements. CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS ., FRI. & SAT.

Floy Carla Thomas, 73, of
Thursday In Check theClassifiedsl ''
morning :24 HOURS A DAT 7 DAYS A WEEK
North Florida Regional Medical 4 Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301'
Center in Gainesville following an 964-4957-24 HOUR BEEPER
extended illness. Born in Alachua Once Noun! Man.-Fit 8:30.8:00 p.m. SsL By B/Appolribwrit OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
County, Mrs. Thomas lived most of
her life in Starke; was a retired cot-

Center tage parent and was at Sunland a member Training of the .. : .. .. .,,' : ." ..' .,... :

Church of Christ in Starke.

daughters Survivors, Clarice include Stephens three of THE
Starke,Bernice Gamble of Jackson- DAYS ARE
ville and Linda Fay Corbett of
'Darien, Ga.; three brothers, __ _
Woodrow Thomas of Starke, Ar-
mond M.Thomas of Lake Park, Ga.
and King I.Thomas of Orange Park;
six grandchildren and two great

grandchildren.Funeral services were held Satur-
day,January 20,at 11 Archer MPmBE :
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Robert Bell officiating. Burial was
in Crosby Lake Cemetery in Starke
with Archer Funeral Home in
charge of arrangements.

Burton A. TuggleMr.

Burton Allen Tuggle, 74, of BUT OUR NUMBERS
Providence, died Friday afternoonin
the V.A. Medical Center in
Gainesville following an extended il
lness. Born in Camilla, Ga., Mr.
Tuggle lived in Providence for the
last 58 years. He was a farmer and a JUST
I member of the Old Providence Baptist GOT BETTER
Church and was a veteran of
World War II.Survivors .
include his wife, Mrs.
Elsie ClyMt TV 'e of Providence;
one daughte, joAnn T. Sanburg of
Orange City, Fla.; one son, Jack
Tuggle of Providence; one brother, NOW CHRYSLER'Shas

.. Talmadge Tuggle of Ft Mead,Fla.; _
one sister, Maybelle Tuten of '

'Jasper eight great; eight grandchildren.grandchildren .and ... . u.lIDi i
Funeral services were held Sun- 'GUARAnJEEDREBATEH
day at 3 p.m. in the Old Providence
I Baptist Church with Rev., Louis
Berry officiating. Burial was in the
church cemetery under the directionof
Archer Funeral Home of Lake

Butler. JUST been expanded .

Norman H. WigginsMr.

Norman H. Wiggins, 82, of I to include
Jacksonville, died Friday morning the following carlines
in the Humana Hospital, Orange
Park,following an extended illness.
Born in Ft. Mead, Mr. Wiggins lived

most member of his life of In Jacksonville the Wesconnett; wasa Chrysler LeBaron Coupe Chrysler New Yorker Salon Plymouth Acclaim

Freewill Baptist Church in Jackson- Chrysler LeBaron Convertible
ville; was a member of the Scottish Chrysler Imperial Plymouth Laser

Rite 110 in Body Jacksonville 5080; Masonic and Orange Lodge Park No. Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Ave. Chrysler Town & Country Plymouth Voyager

38.Chapter of Disabled. Veterans, No. Chrysler New Yorker Landau Plymouth Sundance Plymouth Grand VoyagerTHAT'S

Survivors include two daughters,
Susanne Burton and Jean Wiggins,
both of Jacksonville': one brother,
I Lawrence Wiggins of Brooker; one .
sister, Jewell Schnauss of Jacksonville RIGHT
; four grandsons, Ashton \
Carlyon, Elliott, Ethan and Evan
Burton,all of Jacksonville.
Funeral services were held Mon-
day at 2 p.m. in the First Christian .
Church of Lake Butler with Rev. .
Elro Driggers, Rev. Neal Thomsen REBATE
and Rev. Arthur Peterson of-
ficiating. Burial was in Dekle NOW GUARANTEEDGuaranteed *
Cemetery in Lake Butler, under the get
direction of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler. mean that if the rebate goes up anytimethis .
model year after January 31st

Chrysler pay: you the difference!
Myrtle Agnes Boehner
Mrs.Myrtle'Agnes Boehner,73,of
Starke,formerly of Florahome,died
Saturday, Jan.. 20 in Bradford
Hospital,Starke,!following a long il- on EVERY CAR we've listed which is
lness. Born Columbia, Alabama ;;,
Mrs. Boehner moved to Starke from ."
I Florahome: was homemaker and virtually EVERY CAR we sell.
was of the)Protestant faith. ,
Survivors include one son, John
Stewart of Charlotte N.C.; one REMEMBER the days are numbered the offer is limited "
sister,. Mrs. Lassiter of Dade City :

'and Boehner Graveside one niece'were, Ann services held 11 for and your time is running out! (Offer expires Jan.. 31,199O..),

Palatka Memorial Gardens on Tuesday -
Jan. 23. with Rev. Amos Price I

officiating. Jones Funeral Home of .," 1 :'; ;.t
Starke was in charge of local .
rangements. ::.IIf

_, .,. 141 W at Madison Street 1060 N.-Orange MCUDI.INCo.
.... 'i Starke.l+L 'Q o e Sprtnai..1L .
William Howard I <9O4J 964-9000 (904J 2tJ+241iJ ..
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William Burson Howard, 65, of ,
Melrose,died Wednesday Jan.17 In It ., ,
I North Fla. Regional! Gainesville, CHRYSLER :
I I following an extended Illness. Born I, CARUSO .,, miBXOUOHCHRTBLBRrmiOUTII, >REGIONAL .
in Ft.M ers, Mr. Howard moved to CHRT8tR-PIYMU1Tri1,1Nc::, rSLEtVPUStt : I ,
Melrose 20 years ago from Jackson- 1730! Southride Blvd' 201 Son Man Avenue HUChwsiyAlA East '''''' ;
I ville. He was a member of the Bap- Jacksonville Ft St Auguaune.FL Ylilee.'1 .
tist faith;w.a retired from Jacksonville (9O41735-7300 (9041839 031uvncnr (DO4I3013O4Ovuvt
Terminal Co. Railroad was =
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t Model A Lounge in Keystone BECK... ..
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lifetime member; commander a yrsof (904J328-B883 (fIOf)3131041 "
Am vets Post 86 in KeystoneHghts. (004)309-7793 "
.; life member of VFW Post "
2811, Gainesville; Masonic Lodge
I No. 281 .member, Jacksonville, Must take delivery on new 90 Dealer stock by January 31st.See Dealer for!details! and guaranteed claim form. Rebate good through,September 30th. ". ., ,, '
American Gainesville. Legion Post IS, Covers engine and powertraln for hears or 70,000 miles;outerbody rust-through for 7 years or 100,000 miles.Excludes Imports.See a copy of limited warranty at your dealer:;restrictions apply.raRe2B 1 ? |

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Ranch Benefactors... 'The.U mot went honored by the Sheriff for 30 yean of
Standing with Bradford County Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge contlnnou*rapport for the Florida Sheriffs Boyi and Clrli '80 Chevy Mont '81 Honda Accord '78 Buick Regal 84 Dodge
OefO..Doogtiu Hardy,Brandle Sutton,Betty lieu Jerome Ranchei.located near Live Oak. Carlo Diplomat
John for former Florida Governor 2 Dr,AT,PSPBAC
Charley John..Tom Side Satton and lie*have participated an annual 4Dr,4Speed
...John Torode.Not pictured are Dr.IIJI.Adam and .boncmoiuhlp event at the ranch,and have aIM made a V8,AT, PS,PB,AC 4 Dr,AT ps,PB,AC
Walter Murphey. monetary eontrUmtloa.Sheriff $2695
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Kenneth Etheridge contribution to the Boys and Girls have average intelligence are also //1M( //3113
presented awards to eight Bradford Ranches. Both are avid equestriansand necessary. Gill
County citizens at an awards ban- participate in an annual "We want to recognize you and .t$499DOWN'; ,. '. $40:PER WEEK ;.
quet held at the Bradford Family horsemanship event at the ranch, show our appreciation to you as con- < -
Restaurant Jan. 11. providing mounts for other riders. tributors to the Boys Ranch," Gill '
Awards were presented to \Eligibility for Boys Ranch is that told the honorees. '83 Mercury '84 Ford Mustang '81 Toyota Corolla 85 Dodge
Douglas Hardy,Charley Johns,Tom you are a resident of Florida, less Many of the problems of
Slade, John Torode and Drs. H.H. than 18 years of age,are not a delin- adolescence are parent related,Gill Marquis 2 Dr..6 Cyl..ATPSAC 4Cy,ATAC Charger
Adams and Walter Murphree, for quent and have no other living ar- said,and generosity is the key to a V6TPS'PBAC 4Cy1ATAC
their continuous support and con- rangements,"explained Deputy Jim healing relationship with the boys.A '
tributions to the Florida Sheriff's Gill, in introducing the awards and program featuring ventroquilist 3495 $2995 $2895
Boys Ranch over a 30 year period. the recipients.To Ken Groves and his puppet "Phil" 1110t9 In .nt II,OOt
Also recognized were Brandie Sut- be physically able to Par- capped of the evening with enter
ton and Betty Hess for a monetary ticipate in Boys Ranch activities! and tainment., '83 Nissan '81 Ford '83 Buick Regal '84 Mazda

I Bradford Baptist Sets Revival Beginning Feb. 11 I Pulsar Courier PK 2 Dr.,V6,AT,PS,Pe,AC B2000 PK
2 Dr.,5 Sp. 4 Cyl, 5 Sp. 4 Cyl,AT,AC
Bradford Baptist Church will be associated with the Bill Rice Ranchin during the youth and family weeks. $2995
hosting.revival beginning Sunday, Murfreesborough,Tennessee,will Pastor Skipper Smith invites $2895 $2495 $2495
February 11 through Feb. 14. Ser- be the preacher. Dr. Bill Rice, III to attend. Bradford Baptist 1130t7 ? 1130114 #3011WEEKLY
I vice times are 11 a.m.and 6 on everyone ., .
p.m. calls him a "Bible" preacher who Church is located off SR 100 on > ." '''''' < '
Sunday,and 7:30 p.m. nightly. lives what he preaches. In the sum- 100A, Griffis Loop, at the railroad ''', .:.?'' : CASH SPECIALSr: ; :l; :-;'; ,".
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Evangelist Jack Mount, who is mer months at the ranch,he speaks tracks in Starke.STARKE :

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I Jury Finds Man Guilty of Rape of 16-Month-Old Girl .. III

II A 22-year-old"Starke man was family made a trip to the flea that she appeared- to have been After- deliberating for one hour the sentence with a minimum term of 25 onrved.
f 'sentenced to serve life In prison market to shop. After returning sodomized. Jury came back with a guilty verdictas y start
Smith slow as Haddad'ivehicle
Off to
I after a Jury found him guilty Tuesday home the grandmother of the child State Attorney Len Register said charged. ,who has a history felony had flat tire on the 'I
I of the rape of his 16montholdniece. discovered a bloody substance in the he was outraged by the offense and Circuit Judge James Tomlinson and misdemeanor arrests, has beenin the a concluded way at to
Bradford, case 7:00
baby's diaper but it was dismissed chose to prosecute the case himself. handed down the only sentence custody since his arrest last May. :
as something the child had eaten. Having a 15-month-old child made possible for the charge, a life He will receive Jail credit for, ,time p.m.
The day-long trial was filled with While bathing the child later that the case even more personal, said CocaineCourtrooms
very emotional testimony from the evening the mother discovered the Register. Man Found Guilty of Selling ; |
victim's family, medical personneland child's rectum had been seriously in- Lt.Kenneth Hinds,Jr.said he ask- .' .-
law enforcment officers involved of Smith when the H. Pierce serve 30 and bust. Witnesses Included a string -' which time the baby was ed questions one and two were occupied lunge) George
In tJoo case. taken to the hospital emergencyroom. police were called concerning the Jan. 23 by defendants with months in the Department of Correc- of law enforcement officers involved
Martin George Smith was found rape and Smith had admitted to him the same last name Smith; tions. Smith had been offered 24 In the operation and arrest as I
guilty as charged by a three man, Police were notified and the he committed the offense. however,the charges were quite dif- months in exchange for a guilty well as a chemist. from a lab in
three woman jury of sexual batteryon child was later taken to another doc- Assistant Public Defender Linda ferent. plea,said Assistant Public Defender Jacksonville.The ,
a child less than 12 years of age. tor who also testified how severe the Haddad maintained the police did Edward Otis Smith 3T, of Starke'was Frederick Replogle.He lost six mon- night of Oct. 13 Smith and
The toddler had been left inSmlth's injury was to the child that her rectum not do good police work and she ask-. found guilty of possession of cocaine ths by going to trial, said Replogle. Cohens were approached by an
care last May while the had been torn inside and out and ed the Jury to consider all the lesser and sale of cocaine In a daylong Smith and Bobby Cohens were ar- -undercover- officer who ask. for a
included offenses. trial. Smith was sentenced by rested Oct. 13 In a undercover buy sees ieSitCI
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W.W.lIrom 1940 1945. I '
The will feature the

the unit each Florida the Second crests federallzed.Florida Regimental World and National war War Memorial,service depicting Guard of of I WHEN YOU HEAR THE IIILE OF 'I

The memorial is presently un-

Hall.der ovation month"funds construction.according will for begin construction Barracks to within Sgt. Major have this ren- W.D BRAND BEEF EXPECT COMPANY,

been received from several
sources, Including a $100.000 I W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE <

Florida appropriation Legislature from" Hall the 1989 said. BONELESS TOP BONELESS N.Y. 1
"An additional $40,000 in contributions -
have come from the
National Guard Officers Association SIRLOIN STEAK STRIP STEAKS
of Florida. Sumter and Iv-
lyn Lowry Foundation Camp .
cal Associates and many other
Interested Individuals.
A number of artifacts have also RIBEYE STEAKS;
been acquired as a result of a 1
nationwide search by Hall and
other volunteers. Veterans as- \

units sociations that representing trained here most have
made memorabilia available to $ $
the museum for displays.
Plans for the dedication cere-
mony Include a fly-by of World $397 .
War II aircraft, a tour of Camp
Blandlng and a military ball.
I "We're inviting the president to
attend"Hall said. "However he's
not accepted yet. He Is a World LB. LB. LB. .;
War II veteran serving as a
navel aviator In the Pacific."
Meanwhile the busy plans and
preparations for the big event
next November continue at a
frantic pace. Including the i 111212- You : S !
search for items from the war ,
I concentrating era. Sgt. Major particularly Hall says he on is' 1 sulf. : ;

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coins and paper money from TM PARTY STARTS
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clothing and equipment.
Anyone Interested In sharing RIGHT HERE!
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Starke Man Dies rested and are being held In detepta- Jerome Lee pled no contest to grand theft involving rent deposits Williams was found asleep at the Court Jan. 2, was found guilty and
Uon on an open murder charge, ac- resisting arrest with violence, taken from residents while wheel of his van with the motor run- sentenced to the Department of Corrections -
From Gunshot WoundA cording to Chief Jimmy Epps. No V burglary of an occupied structure Busy was manager of an apartment ning, said Hayes. When Hayes was for one year one day by
motive or reason for the shooting is and escape. Lee was sentenced as a complex. able to awake Williams,he noticed a Judge James Tomlinson.
Jan. 21-year-old 18 after Starke man died known at this time, including habitual offender to serve ten yearsin The only inmate on the trial strong smell of alcohol. Williams' However, DOC refused Covington
shoulder small being shot In the wheather the incident is drug the Department of Corrections. calender is Jasper Kirtsey, charged blood alcohol content was .16 per- saying she had 'outstanding' credit
by, a caliber ban- related or to what extent the Anthony Conrod Carroll pled no with attempted first degree murderof cent. A knife was found on Williams for time served.
ICenncth Williams was taken Juveniles were Involved. contest aggravated assault and was another inmate,possession of con- and cannabis was found in the van. In 1975 Covington who was 18
Rescue from the by The Investigation is continuing in- placed on probation for two years traband and battery. His trial is years old, a man and two other
area behlng to the shooting. with special concUMons. scheduled for Friday. Woman SentencedTo women were charged with murdering
at East
Apt* 922 Brownlee St. at
James Doyle Thornton pled no Tom Gunter a Starke man.
4:52: p.m. Williams was pronounced Trial WeekContinues contest to possession of a firearm by Man Charged DUI Prison Time, Gunter was assaulted and robbed at
Bradford at the Hospital emergency, according room at to a convicted felon and dealing in Asleep In Van Won't GoA .his home on Grand St. Feb. 23, 1975,
stolen property. Thornton was he died from head the next
BradfordTrial injuries
Paramedics Nelson Green and Cur In Starke woman earned more
sentenced as a habitual offender to Raymond Henry Williams was rlov
tis Crawford. week continues'in Bradford serve ten years in DOC. That charged Jan. 24 with driving under than enough jail time credit to pre- 'Covington tound of
The weapon was-found but no County Circuit Court, although the sentence is to run concurrent with a influence, possession of cannabis, vent her return to prison for was for her guilty in the
her manslaughter part
owner for the has been violating probation.
gun docket was relieved somewhat when Union County case. possession of a concealed weapon
murder and sentenced to 15 in
established three defendants changed their Scheduled for trial today, Jan. 25, according to Patrolman Gerald Velma Jean Covington pled no Since her release years from
Three Juveniles have been arf ,pleas Monday their trials.. is Margaret Busby charged with Hayes. contest to VOP in Bradford CircuitsftZJMHRfe prison prison.she has been charged with
.v '" .H' M1 VOP several times, each time the
__ IR i1 -R IIi. ..f.'::'...;.".,. .'- court continued her probation.
... Covington was again arrested last
Nov. and again charged with VOP.
Her sentence Jan. 2 lead to the
discovery of her prison credit.

: Cocaine...
from page' 4B
'rock', giving Smith money for the
drug, which he gave Cohens. Cohens
gave Smith the 'rock' and Smith
gave the drug to the undercover officer -
TRIMCOT the whole transaction taking'
less than 45 seconds, according to
Assistant State Attorney Jay Welsh.
/ ReploRle said Smith was presentbut

W-D BROADBREASTED bystander.After was not. a participant, simply a

PREMIUM GRADE FARMSTEAD WHOLE 10-14 LB. AVG. a brief deliberation, the
three three
man women jury came
in with a guilty as charged verdict.
fRYER 'BO.NELESS REDRBASTEDLEG Cohens was arrested in Rock PileII
Rock Pile III as well as the local
Buy and Bust. Smith was charged
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$ 99.:D' $ $ 9 8 of Starket ReaWinner... .

5-L&. 2 5-LB. 5. 2 CHAS SERVICES AVAILABLE Traveler's Checks Dalna Skinner won First Placeby

BOX BAG LB. Savings Account Credit Card Applications guessing 203 raisins In the
Loan Applications Money Orders mystery Jar at the BCPL. A
3LBS. or MORE Certificates ofMarket Deposit Night Depository seven-year-old Lawtey student
ITCHEISE COCKTAIL $$98 PALMETTO FARMS $1'9'7 FRESH MARKET $ -97 Money I Accounts Notary Public Dalna receives a membership in

VM-O MILD MEDIUM or HOT tfi48 W-D REGULAR or BEEF S. TOURSDFRI 9 a.m 4 p.m.WHOLEHOG s1t oermarfcet and an off leal RAisin watch.

$ | UNEVEN SLICED 12.01. 69' B 't'EssLIOrHALI'SLICEDiE21 97 SATU DAYFRI. Sam2p.m: ,: IlalnlC\ Library Announces

SAUSAGE . t8 BOLOGNA ... PIG. Raisin WinnersThe
BONELESS ssciOTi iA SEMIBONELESS57 BCPL honors three winners In
$199 $277 Count the Raisins Contest.
HAMS . . t8 ROUND ROAST t8 RIBEYE ROAST. u Daina Skinner won First Place by
calculating that there were 203
HARVESTFRESH raisins in the mystery jar.
The actual number of raisins was

EVERYDAY r tEVERYDAY 207.Ashley Adams and Dawn Carter

c LOW PRICE p LOW PRICES were runner-ups, both entering a
cifihlox guess of 200.
ZCe PRODUCE Many children contributed to the
s wall mural 'conga line' by sug-
s gesting Grape Books for Raisin Your
( _I s Reading IQ.
Nature makes the produce. Some of the creative titles included -
s WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. : Planet of the Grapes;The Grape
I e Escape; The Grape Train Robbery;
.,;. Wrinkle, Wrinkle Little Star; Age of
Raisin; Grape Expectations;
Wrlnklestiltskin and Close En-
counters on the Third Vine.A .
____ rREDABI'PLESUS grape time was had by all..

V [ J Jjrt StorytellersTo
Meet At LibraryThe

V BCPL invites all persons In-
j terested in storytelling to attend an
I*% ci GAO orientation meeting Monday, Jan.
1J 29 library, from in 11 Starke.a.m to 12:30: p.m. at the

IVI..YDAY''lOW'' PHICf IVIKYDAV LOW met IVIMYDAY lOWPRICI CALIFORNIA NAVEL Bradford The volunteer County group Elementary Is active in all

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Bradford Vo-Tech,announces a Folk
ClassA Art class tor begin. The class is
CPR (cardioplIl ovary scheduled for Wednesday. January
L resusitatlon) class .U scheduled\ at 31, February 7. 14 and 21. The classis
Bradford Vo-Tech 'on.M6hday,, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
February 5 and Wednesday, Total registration fee is $12.00 for
February 7. The class will meet the course. A list of supplies can be
from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. picked up from the Vo-Tech office.
Instructor Nelson Green said the The first class will be basic technique
class will Include Adult CPR and brush strokes, care of
Pediatric CPR and choking pro- brushes, wood preparation and com-
cedures.Completion of the class will pleting a small project.
give CPR certification through. the The second and third classes will
American Heart Association., consist of a Heart Sampler design
For further Information; call using all the basic techniques in folk

9644800 ext. 122. ,,, :.' art tust in time for Valentine's Day.
Tile lourth class will be a kitchen or
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S A T U R D A Yh Becky Reddish, Coordinator of theMwaav1" with a "Chicken In Crate" design.
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The following defendants 'A'"S"S"I"I"E"A"'R"DE' S"IG"N-- i
ap- tag,costs suspended one year.Carter.
peared In Bradford County Traffic Frank James Savko pled guilty pled guilty DUI: fined Allah L. Robinson pled no contest ." .. ",
Court before Judge George H. NVDL; 'present valid''; license and $437,5 Pierce where their cases received case will be dismissed.. ths, attend DUI school, 50 hours Bobble Sean SiVnink pled guilty ." ,,,g 1
final disposition. Timothy M. Smith pled guilty community work,Tri County supervision issuing worthless check; show proofof : : .
violation of drivers license restrictions one year. restitution, pay$50. ,.' "." ," 'I. I
Loyal Eddie Aldrldge pled no con- ; pay $50 and present valid Carter charged with refusal to Lori Tetstone pled guilty issuing '':tO J ;$.. .,i I :
test driving while license suspended license. sign citation,open container-driver. ; worthless check; restitution has I\ -.I. (. .; i
(DWLS); fined$199.. dismissed. been made, $50 court costs. '
Aldrldge pled no contest no tail John W. ''Strickland pled. guilty Mary DeSue pled guilty petit Ricky Todd pled guilty Issuing
lights; dismissed. NVDL; fined$120.25. theft; 60 days court probation. worthless check (two counts' $50
Shanda La tain Barnes pled no con- Joey Lawrence Williams pled guil- James Fink pled guilty Issuing court costs, make restitution.
test violation of driven license ty DWLS; fined $120.25'1 Trl County worthless check; restitution has Terry Sinclair Watkins pled guilty
restrictions; 60 days court proba- supervision six months. "" been made $50 court costs. petit theft; $50 court costs, six mon-
tion, 50 hours community work Williams pled guilty unlawful Patrick J. Fitzgerald pled guilty ths Tri County supervision, 50 hours
under Tri County Probation. speed. ; fined $104,Tri County super- Issuing worthless check; restitution community work. '
vision. has been made $50 court costs. Watkins pled guilty resisting mer-
I Fitzgerald charged with worthless chant; costs waived, Tri County

William B. Blackwell pled no contest Annie Bryant Woods pled no con- check* ; restitution made, costs waived supervision.Judith L. Woody pled guilty issu-
expired tag; provided valid tag, test violation of drivers license ing worthless check; show proof of Ask For Joyce or Beth
ordered to pay $ restrictions; presented valid restitution $50 court costs.
Irvin Gary Browning license, costs Angelina Marie Harris pled no Alice
guilty suspended. Mary DeSue guilty petit
DWLS; provided valid license, Karl Don Ketter charged 'with contest make restitution.petit theft; $50 court costs, theft ((three counts); Tri County Receive Extra 10% OfF!
ordered to pay $52 court costs. driving under influence (DUD; supervision six months, 50 hours
Helen Denise Curtis pled guilty no dismissed Hooper pled guilty issuing community work.
valid drivers license (NVDL) Tri worthless check; restitution has Juan Carlos
; Muniz pled guilty battery
been made, 964-4151 118 S.
$50 court costs. St.
Thompson Starke
County supervision 60 days to complete ;court probation six months,$50
drivers course and present John L. Geer court costs. .
pled DWLS
; Debbie Jones
valid license, 50 hours charged with issuing
community fined$120.25,Tri Michael David Alvarez charged
work. County supervision worthless check; $50 court costs. with "We like to keep looking
six months. possession of firearm in a clos- you good"U.S.
Kurt Michael
pled guilty ed area $50 "-' .
paid court
; costs. '
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issuing worthless 1&i: '- '
Paula M. Griffis pled guilty Misdemeanor Court restitution $50 court costs.check; make ; : .
unlawful alteration of tag; $50 court Martha Viola Livers/
costs. Ann Barrett pled guilty Issuing charged with two
Vernel S. Hampton charged with worthless check (two counts); counts abuse of a disabled adult; \I \
restitution has
been made, dismiss-
-.4 Improper tag; presented valid tag,
costs waived.: ed.Carol f
B.Bessellieu pled no contest Sheryl McDonald pled guilty Issu-
issuing worthless check; ordered to ing worthless check; restitution has
Ulysses Hayes pled guilty DWLS; make restitution, pay $50 court been made, $50 court costs. ,
fined$120.25,Tri County supervision costs. Lisa Norman
charged with issuing
60 days. Susan M. Brice pled guilty Issuing worthless check
: paid $50 court
Billy Wayne Hill pled guilty worthless check; restitution has costs and restitution of$4.23.
DWLS; presented valid license, been made$50 court costs.

dismissed.Wendy R. Munz charged with ex- worthless John Caines check; pled; restitution guilty Issuing has Rebecca L. Poore pled guilty Issu- .301 S. Starke 964-7701 250 SW 9th St. Lake Butler 496-2564
pired $50 court costs. ing worthless check; restitution has '
been made,$50 court costs.
William Daniel Petry pled guilty Leo Campbell charged with abuseof been Alonzo made L., $50 Purdum court costs.pled KICKING OFF BIG SAVINGS
DWLS; presented valid license, a disabled adult; dismissed. guilty .
disorderly intoxication
costs Glenn suspended.Edwin Pinner Karen Louise Carter pled guilty at VA and produce; certificateof program FOR IN STORE I
pled no contest resisting arrest without violence; completion, Tri County supervi- CLEARANCE SALE
expired tag: presented valid fined$120.25,
Tri County supervision
sion six months, costs waived. /

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Library Announces CIRCLE. J. FENCE Reduced only two left I

Spring Storyhour &: ALUMINUM COMPANYSERVING f t. I
Registration is now \underway for Lj ; I
the 1990 Spring Pre-School KEYSTONE HGTS. MELROSE .
Storyhour at the Bradfotd County CR 18 &Hwy. 100 j Admiral
Public Library. 4739625All
Storyhour will begin Feb. 7 and _
run through March 14. The time for. Types of
each of the Wed. morning programs InstallationAll $48997
will be from 10:30: to 11:30: a.m. Sales Service, &
Parents wishing to bring their
three to five year old children are
urged to come to the library to sign Types of Aluminum Work...
their youngsters up as there will on- Screened Rooms. Carports Mobile
ly be twenty-five children enrolledfor Magic Chef .
these special programs.For Home Roof-overs Etc. / ,..
more information on these or 36 Inch Gas Range Now Only '
other programs provided by the
BCPL. call 96 8400 or stop bY,,the PRICES
library. :...0..{ irC rwi.el I''" ,.. ,"""PE.-\.iI1: b ', "'" _.......-.1" "r And. I

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I ; 4 Arrested After Melee

I t-
tt t u Deputies indicated a wild scene and a long handle fork, stabbing
greeted them late Monday night Stroud in the utomache with the fork,
,:when they were called to the Wynn said Alvarez.Stroud was also cut on
;:;Cemetery area. the hand when he grabbed the knife.
i i; Four arrests were made as a Stroud was taken to North Florida
Jrresult of on going drinking and Regional Hospital for his injuries,
,::fIghting which included a stabbing. which did not prove to be as seriousas
," first thought.
t', Ernest Stroud, 21, Glen Marvin Earlier in the evening the owner of
Crews, 18,and a 17-year-old Juvenile the trailer had allegedly used a
!}were charged with aggravated battery shovel to beat the three who were arrested
and burglary of an occupied ,as everyone had some sort of
dwelling, according to Deputies injuries, said Alvarez. A search of
::Roman Alvarez and Jason Bennett. the area failed to locate a forth In- c () _I er '
( Deputies had been called to the area dividual 'Involved in the confrontation. r__ I. { :
::multiple times recently but when .Sometime after midnight Chief I -' '
,hey responded Jan. 22 at 10:30: p.m. Deputy arrerted Larry Melton T -Ilr _
:they found the three allegedly had Shaver, Jr., 18lnand charged him __ ._+r
;Broken Into a trailer where they attacked with .
: the occupants. The man ap- The juvenile was released into the
'parently grabbed a kitchen knife custody of his uncle. A\

";FHP Continue ;
N Inspections .fr". ,. \.

I Bradford County equipment, Troopers will concen- I' '
'5 The Florida Highway Patrol will trate their efforts on vehicles being
with defects such bad
operated as
:be conducting driver license and brakes, worn tires and defective ., __.
vehicle during
inspection checkpoints -
In addition, attention .
lighting equipment
the week of Jan. 26 through Feb.
will be directed to drivers I
:1 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18
who would violate the driver license .
--SR-16 CR-18 CR-18 CR-21B laws of Florida. .
:CR-225 CR-125, CR-229 CR-231
found these check-
Patrol has
'CR 227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR100A3n
Sixth Grade Teams... _
Bradford points to be an effective means of en- pictured.
County.Recognizing forcing the equipment and driver The sixth grade team at the Bradford Middle School Include the first place The Demolliher wound up In second place In the competition and are on the
the danger presented license laws of Florida while insuring ROM Raider on the left ROM Chandler,Greg Wllllami Jovantee Aldrlge, rights Crag Durban,Dwayne Wilkinson,Wesley Frederick,Mike Pusateri,Carl I
io the public by defective vehicle the protection of all motorists. Anthony Aaron,Andre Hampton and Brad Donley.Dameon Butler It not Elder,jasen WU......,Saul Phillips and Saul Umrtla.

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Large selection of floor tile& .. '.,
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Students Include Top KHHS* l;; \ ;X)jti: 'tM : osl' t I I
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& Ask for Mark at 964-6305 or 473-4380 Gainesville. FL

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new type of checking account. ..

If you think that you can save money by having a flat fee account, or if PLUS
you're Just tired of the hassle of a per-item account, come in and talk with
one of our cutomer representatives. They will help you decide which typeof
account is best for you. BLOUNT-RAULERSON ARE

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.Recently is was announced.that the
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i JAMES C. MORRISON. -.rf' -- 165 Honda Accord moved' the,number one #
1766 SHERIDAN DRIVE O. f j jt '" ; \
YOUR CITY STATE 12060MV / I automobile delivered, across the United,
\ AX( .OriO ._.. ___19__._ B-875 States. This is a first ever for Honda!
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I 1O tMECHUSHO? ..__._.... _...._....__._ -_-.-.._.._ ,___J $ Blount-Raulerson Honda in conjunctionwith
i I P.'Iti4M! American Honda ,Motor Co. will

I --. .- -,"'-'--"'-"'--' .. ....- ,.- _._.__DOLLARSCOMMUNITY have a week-long salebrationTsale on'the
UHTRY LIVING 1990 Accord! All retail .prices' will be
J .. \T removed and will be 'replaced, with
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f o.auwca "-1. iD00067894t special salebration prices' good'.for the

...foIO__...._. .._______ .......- entire week of January 22nd through
.: : ..123456811, : '\. 29th!! American Honda has 'agreed to
-..- replace all units delivered'' 'at, these
extremely low prices as not to',' deplete

This account will make banking easy. You can write as many checks as Blount-Raulersons entire, inventory of
you wish. There is no per-Item charge. Just a flat fee of $10.00 per '90 Accords. See you sale time January
month. The checks are provided at a reduced fee, $5.00 per order. 22nd-29th for a buy of 'a lifetime on

Americas #1 car... Honda Accord!!


IS $12,389


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4- Since 1938 toe In to mfrs. specs. Inspect $ 14 95
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Front wheel drive and Chcvcttc purchase of j, ,
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Hot Hand...
Lady Indian forward Laurie Owen cored 30 point In the put two game 31X1O.5O 15LT $71.00 MOUNTED AND
for KIIIIS,continuing her itrong comeback: from a mU euon Ulneat. % 31X 11.50 15 LT $78.00 EXTRA CHARGE

33X12.50 15 $90.00

Lady Indians Win Dresses

P155-80R13 $37.00 S31.OO
Slacks P175-80R13 41.00 33.00

Two on the, Road Skirts P205-75R14 P195-75R14 44.00 46.00 &>39.00 37.00

P215-75R15 ?50.00 >41.00
By Mark Frledlln bench liberally, all players on Sweaters P235-75R15 52.00 5.00
LRM Sports Writer thejeam but one ending up In
The KHHS Lady Indian varsity the scorer's column. SleepwearHandbags
basketball team continued thelf Forward Laurie Owens showed Conditioning $95
winning ways with a pair of vic- she Is all'the way back from a Service Special "',
tories this week over' Santa Fe mid-season bout with mononucleosis JewelrySale Plus Freon
and P.K.Yonge. with an outstanding
The 14-5 Lady Indians try to performance. scoring 22 points Merchandise Final CORBETT'STire
avenge one of their five losses and pulling down seven rebounds -
tonight when they host 3A ,. along with a solid defensive -
Gainesville High in a rematch ofa showing. y
close loss to the Lady'Hurricanes Center Beth Strickland the .Open Monday thru Saturday 9:30AM-5:30PM U.S. 301 Temple Ave. Starke /J
back In December. TipoffIs team's leading scorer. Is recov- 964-5051 ]!J I VISA
set for 7:30 p.m.The JV squad ering from a severely bruised t 964-6436 _
begins play at 6 p.m. ankle and did not play In the
The girls travel to 4A Middle, second half, but still ended up
burg Mopday Jan. 29. then return with 13 points and six reboundsIn
home to host Santa Fe Feb.L two periodIJ\ofplay.
Jackie Sirmopoulos was just '
KHHS rolled the Lady Raiders one point Under her season highof 1
82-50 in Alachua In a game In 12 with 11 points and some a rA
which Head Coach Kathy aggressive: play.
Boatwrlght was able to use her See Pap 118K A .

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eight seconds'left: on''
and forward Stacey
was fouled on the next
the inbounds on a
basket The Junior
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advarhs.d net IWCIIIb"Inr pu.hClIMt. Will Marl wI issue a n..n on mqU01ll.
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I Police Beat. :. I

Recent ArrestsIn $500 he was released on his own Perry Gorman. Cohens Is charged
recognizance.Rose with taking a gold ring from a victim
Bradford CountyThe who was walking in front of THE CONSTRUCTION CLEARANCE SALE

following arrests were made Lee Crews, 29, was arrestedJan. Apia. When the victim asked for the
by local authorities in Bradford 20 for disorderly conduct, ac- ring, Cohens allegedly displayed an We're more than doubling the size of our Parts & Service Depart
County. cording to Deputy Holland. Crews open pocket knife. Bond was set at ments to better serve the Gainesville Metro Area consumers..
was involved in a domestic dispute. ,

James Wilson Marchant, 23, witha Bond was set at$150. "Bobbin Wagoner Box, 36, of
Jacksonville address, was ar- John Brown was arrested Jan. 20 Lawtey was arrested Jan. 22 on a SA t PE ERDg
rested Jan. 21 for attempted i
warrant for theft, accordingto
for violation of probation for wor- Na E t yFA
burglary, criminal mischief, accor-
Lt. David Aderholt. He was
ding to Patrolman Gerald Hayes. thless check, according to Deputy llWsIillllSliliiilililll I 4<< FKF
bond p
released after a $5,000 surety
Marchant is charged with breakinga Holland. Bond was set at $150.97. was posted F Eot : OfL
window and entering Bradford Pre uS EVFANCFSI
School. Bond was set at $5,120.25. Bobby Ray Sales 26, of Albany, -
GA was arrested Jan. 18 on a capiasfor Smith, 23, of
George Augusta
of grand
Willie Hamilton 26, was arrestedJan. burglary a dwelling Gainesville was arrested Jan. 23 on
21 for disorderly conduct, ac- thef, according to Deputy Charles a capias charging failure to appearfor
Bond set at $10,000.
cording to Deputy Anderson Carter. was violation of probation for I 90 RANGER '90 F-150 XLT
Holland. Hamilton was charged in a burglary, according to Deputy ; !
domestic dispute. He was releasedto Charles Tyrone Blye, 39, was ar- Roman Alvarez. Bond was set at
seek mental health counseling. rested Jan. 18 on an order of arrest $30,000.
for failure to pay child support ac-
Robert L. Mooney 33, of cording to Deputy Bill Starner. Blye William David Merchant 20, was
Hawthorne was arrested Jan. 20 for was picked up at the Orange County arrested Jan. 20 for violation of pro-
disorderly intoxication,according to Jail. He is in arrears $3,469.44. bation and failure to appear for per- THESE ARE
Trooper D. C. Roberts. Mooney was mitting unauthorized person to
yelling and cursing at Pine Tree Inn. Stephen John Gambal,50,of North drive, according to Deputy Charles BRAND NEW
He was released after a $250 surety. Carolina wap'arrested Jan. 18 on a Carter. Bond was set at $2,120.25.
bond was posted. t capias for Worthless check, accor- 199OMODELS
ding to'lPepWy Gene Lee. He was Traffic Free air, cassette, alloys, EFI engine, overdrive
Smith, 23, of loaded. transmission, air, cassette
bond Shannon
Kary Fredrick Padgett, 26 Was released after a $250 cash was Matthew !
arrested Jan. 20 for petit theft according .posted. w : Orange Park was arrested Jan. 20
to Patrolman Jerry Feltner. for driving while license suspended, ALL PRICES 0
Padgett is charged with taking a Dennis Cohens, 18, was arrestedJan. according to Sgt. H. D- Griffis. Htet> AFTER REBATE.
Penzoil clock from the wall at Ter- 18 foe petit theft, aggravated was released after a $215.25 surety' *i
willegar Lube Job. Bond was set at assault, a ording to Patrolman bond was posted. YOUR SUBURBAN FORD CONNECTION
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V 8,auto,air much man. 1 1 Air,caaeem.tola more. V-6,auto,air,power wlndowe/tockt,MORE.
Navy; and attended the Bradford Pearl King Campbell of Lawtey, 15 .. *
I 152m/mo. 6598 914
Lloyd C. KingMr. County School system. grandchildren and three great 28a97/mo.* $12..488 34460/me.* ,888
Lloyd C. King, 64, of Lawtey, grandchildren. (
died Sunday night, January 21. at Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Funeral services will t>o held at 2 ,1' [ 190 PROBE GL A f 1990 BRONCO II XL 189O F-1 SO XLT 4x4
\ Bradford Hospital. Born and raisedin Doris-GriffIs King of Lawtey; one p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25, at the First I A ilb Premium sound,all power,much more;. 11 Free a*.eaaiette,Iota mom, Free air,overdrive,gauge package,MORE.
Mr. had lived there daughter, Sandra King Terwillegar Baptist Church of Lawtey with Rev.r'' $ *
Lawtey King -' l'24528/mp *10,988 ; L 277 /mo."M 1.988199O 92999 /mo** 12,988
McNeill Burial ,
his entire life. He was retired from of Starke four sons, Clarence King Grayson officiating. ,
DuPont Chemical Company; was a of Elon College N.C., Paul L. King, will be in Lawtey Cemetery with;!), .
member the First Baptist Churchof Sr. of Starke, Larry King of Starke graveside Masonic Rites with Archie -& / TEMPO OU 4-DOOR tea MUSTANG' 1990 BRONCO XLT
Palatka his Tanner Funeral Home of Starke* I Auto,air,cassette, .much more. 11 2-lone.power windows t lock..lull shad air.393Qmo. .
Lawtey; was a member of Lawtey and Troy R. King of ; power tacks II Air,Hit,orulM eaaaelt,too more, J 202 V-a.MORE.231121mo .
had served in the U.S mother and stepfather, Francis and in charge of arrangements. ." I $ f
189 F. &A M : .",. .r''* = $9988 220U/mo... 9537 s ..*M 6,988*
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Perry Glenn Norris of Montgomery ka lion.ilOMONEYDOVM'. "'' Custom oanMnlon vjn, 8888
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This WeehfOnly! the New York Times and Guidepost '87 THUNDERBIRD.TURBO. UPE '86 FORD TEMPO 17 DOOGI DAKOTA LI '83 FORD F.150. '83,FORD F150aw
Magazine, printed in Braille to the 4.door,good Mr VI.*..krypM fIAI..LWII.
Starke.Bradford County Public Library in whot.-allyfor ONLY$7988 -129 Vmo.. 180M/mo. -197.0/mo.. :.:'t,..t-ew.l-. $5555

The books will be available at the '84 F-1 50 4x4 *:!.h.$3488 MM.96398 :::'81179' "'86 '..1508cyr.4.opMd.
main library and on the bookmobile. \ .

11y """ other Disabled free Individuals library services may by apply calling for RtiultlongUx 12,000 'WIIT*._,2'mo.. .$2988 ..tas(_APR.wio.38mo .,+1118 tww t B B.Af.*a...4t MM......tM* a.w.r.w 14M AMt M mom.,4....toff air_,tul iluip wV'.cold 6444

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, Obituaries.

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n1 1r :% Mrs. Marguerite M. Mrs. Rosie Lee local arrangements.

Hall JerniganMrs. Card of ThanksI

Mrs. Marguerite M. Hall, 83, of Rosie Lee Jernigan 64. of would like to express my heartfelt
4\\ Starke, died Friday, Jan. at her Keystone Heights, died Thursday, thanks to everyone who helpedme
home in Starke following 191 lengthy Jan. 18,at her home on Spring Lake through the trial of my dear hus-
4 ; 4 .4 : Illness. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Road following a short illness. Born band's sickness and death.
/ Carolina Mrs. Jer- Whether it was through flowers,
Mrs. Hall moved to Starke in 1948 in Selma, North ,
from Honolulu, Hawaii. She was a nigan moved to Keystone Heights in cards, food or condolences, these
member of Madison Street Baptist 1988 from Ft. Lauderdale, was a things meant so much to me at this
Church; retired manager of homemaker; a member of First time.
Southern Discount Finance Com- Baptist Church,Ft.Lauderdale;and I would especially like to thank
pany in Starke; Member and past was an Avon salesperson for 23 Faith Baptist Church of Lawtey,Dr.
president Starke Woman's Club' years.Survivors. Gianas and the nurses and the
Member Business and ProfessionalWomen's Include her husband, medical group of Hospice.
Club and Charter memberof Ralph B. Jernigan of Keystone Sincerely,Darlene Crews
Bradford Hospital Auxiliary. Heights; three sons William A.Jor-
Survivors include one son RobertL. dan of Port Hueneme, Calif., JamesA. The family of Skipper "Pete"
% / Hall of Starke; one daughter, Rose of Starke and Gurnie L.Jer- Crews would like to thank everyonefor
14r % Shirley Sturdivant of San Jose nigan also of Starke: two brothers, their comfort and help at our
Calif.; four grandchildren and three Dave Crocker of Blackshear, Ga. time of loss.
great grandsons. and Bobby Crocker of Interlachen; The Crews Family
two sisters, Sandra Klcklighter of
/, /iInemory Jesup,Ga. and Linda CatheU of Bel-
Memorial services for Mrs. Hall ington, W. Va.; nine grandchildrenand The family of the late Teresa A.
were held at 11 a.m. in DeWitt C. two great grandchildren. Crosby would like to thank each and
Jones Chapel in Starke on Tuesday, Funeral services for Mrs. Jer everyone who remembered us during
Jan. 23, with Rev. Jim Lawson of- nigan were held in Glennville, Ga., the recent loss of our wife and
Of ficiating. Jones Funeral Home of with burial in Ebenezer Cemetery, mother. The prayers, food, flowers
Starke was in charge of local ar- Glennville,Ga.Jones Funeral Homeof and visits were greatly appreciated.
rangements. Keystone Heights was in charge of Floyd R.Crosby Family

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Charley E. Johns : '" .;.,.:.' from page 9B
J :;; : Taylor for an 7:30 p.m. contest.
Friday night KHHS visits SantaFe
In Alachua County and then
returns home January 30 for a
big district matchup with Clay
Bank '.,'..,. High.
Community State '"We started out real slow in the
,i first half(against Crescent City)
''' but played a pretty good second
) half" Indian Head Coach Mike
Branch Wingate said Tuesday night.
Main Office & Winn Dixie !
i 'a Sa I "Larry Broome ((18 points) had a
hot hand shooting the ball In
the second half and Paul Saun-
l ders came off the bench and

gave us some quality minutes.He .
WILL CLOSE AT NOON \ got six rebounds and six
: points but his points seemed to
t tA tr "' come in crucial times. He had a
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THURSDAYJANUARY 25th ;' 1 1AJtt Saunders was Injured In the final -
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: ,: minutes of regulation with a
: slight sprain to the ankle but
: fine now and ready to face Pier-
: ... son-Taylor who Coach Wingate
F says is an"unknown factor".
;.1\ tir6ome led the way agalns

Regular banking hours will resumeon ,J ,\iJ.! .". Crescent City with 18 points,
followed by Ryan Wacha with
pg,,;,__ A! "" 1
26th. eight, Jeff Klrtley with eight
Friday, January Tough Shot... Saunders with six, Barry Shad-
Mike Booth(SO)pee up for a shot In heavy traffic for KIHIS.The Indian dix with four and Mike Booth n
face nenon-Taylor tonight. with three.

f I Indians. I IThe

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Lady Indians, playing
Backup center Joanle Witt did without Strickland for the entire
hit a season high with nine
c game, got outstanding perfor-
-* ** J* 4SSS points and five rebounds in the mances from Owens and Jackie
second half replacing Strick- Slraiopoulos to clinch their 14th
land; Amy Groover was In some win of the season.
tsil 1 foul trouble but still managed Ahead comfortably 28-15 at
eight points, point guard the half, the home standing Lady
; : ... : i- L Ronook Doolen hit for six from and Blue Waves pulled all the way
0 outside Rhonda Singletary back to within two points at the
Valerie Brown both hit season 3:30: mark in the third period
l infi'te highs with four points each, but a breakway steal and a
while Stacl Sirmopoulos and layup by Owens, followed by another
sSr/ Teresa Carter scored three steal by Doolen and an
points each. outside shot by Slrmopoulos put
Bfrj'KilSf2tfi'it* The Lady Indians Jumped out to the Lady Indians back ahead as
a 26-8 first period lead, forcing the two teams battled Into the

/. "j' from numerous their pressing Santa Fe defense turnovers, and fourth Owens period.led all scorers with 14

extended their advantage to 4tT points, Sirmopoulos hit for 12,
24 at hairume. Teresa Carter had her second
WE HAVE CARPET FOR YOUR CAR! Owens scored 14 and Jackie highest scoring game of the season
Sirmopoulos matched her sea- with eight points Stacl Sir-
'**- ._ z son high with 12 as the Lady Indians mopoulos hit for six along with
survived a strong chal- Doolen (all from the free throw
s < lenge from P.K. Yonge In line) and Groover finished with
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