Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01855
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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which they will become partly cloudy: Friday, with possible Sports.. .. ..... ... ... .. oo'..2A,145 I I 17fl1 Inls lzlln
showers and thundershowers Saturday and Sunday afternoon. P I KUIMCVEKblTY BCT
Seasonal will with and .. YOUNG(: ( 1 CBRHRY ,
temperatures prevail highs In the mid 80's SECTION Bi 14 Pages
lows In the 50's. Chances of rain will be 30 percent Friday, 40 percent Trying Cope ...,.....".....IB ; OF i FLURTDA

Saturday and 30 percent Sunday. Unsolved Mystery... ".. .. ...SB
Days and nights! are essentially the same .length, with sunrise at N.w. Brief...... ..4,115 i\ t L.LE FL 3-tat-;: (
6:37: and sunset at 6:34.: Crime News.. ..25,45 SA I NI'SV -

Last Quarter moon due Monday, March 19. Area Death. .. ... .... .. ..125 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Carry an umbrella while attending the Touring Players Championship Classified-... ... .....I ... B-10B
golf tournament at Sawgrass this week-end. School News. .._:.... .7B.1IB Jloth Year' STARKK. FLORIDA :CditH Copy:
35th IssueThursday..March IS, I9M!) LISI'S OK2-7UO

Worth Dudley Hardy Conviction Overturned by Appeals CourtA ::1

[ NotingOlder federal appeals court has over- not guilty of distribution of cocaine, Prosecutors remain convinced which says that conspiracy Is a part
turned the cocaine conspiracy con- that Widespread rumors on the street
the second count. Hardy, a former Bradford nership agreement and distributionis
Hardy and his friends
viction of Dudley P. Hardy. Citing County attorney, used his home to sharing or transferring, in this cocaine
The U. S. Attorney's Office Is not users and throwing frequent
Insufficient evidence, the 11th U. S. bring drug and The amount cocaine
users suppliers case cocaine.
Worker Week... Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta giving up in its prosecution of Har together. The 11th Circuit Court of involved showed more than personaluse parties became public record as a
ruled that the evidence in the case dy. Prosecutors want a rehearing on parade of witnesses testified in the
The week of March 11-16 Is "Na Appeals said that Hardy was a drug said Truncate.
the appeal said Curtis Fallgatter. four day trial in federal court In the
failed to that the Bradford ,
tional Employ the Older Worker prove user and overturned his convictionon The 11th disagreed. That Hardy Middle District of Florida.
Week. Ills a good time for County attorney was guilty of "We're disappointed with the decision conspiring to distribute cocaine. possessed and shared .a small
employers to remember thatcapability cane more than possession of co- and we hope to point out to the Assistant U. S. Attorney Charles amount of cocaine is insufficient With the exception of Investigator
not chronological age, Is a misdemeanor. Court of Appeals additional facts Truncale in closing agruments of the basis for the inference that Hardy In- Wiley Clark! all the witnesses said
the true measure of a worker's Hardy was found guilty of con- that would cause them to trial said Hardy had shown tended to distribute cocaine or they were friends of Hardy, and
worth. Now and during the rest of federal to distribute cocaine by a reconsider," said Faligatter. righteous indignation at his being, entered into an agreement to do so. were testifying to keep from being
the year, we should Judge each jury in Jacksonville June 2, Rehearings are rarely granted and prosecuted. He said Hardy was not The crime was personal drug abuse, prosecuted themselves or testifying
worker's capability for 1988. He was sentenced to serve he conceded that prosecutors now above the law and asked the distribute
a specific jury not conspiracy to according In the hope their sentence would be
Job. Its a matter of basic fairness, seven years in prison. He was found have "an uphill battle." seek the truth and focus on the lawHampton to the ruling. reduced.
and It's good business.

Call the Job Service of Florida, .
Ph. 964-8092, and get the facts on VV' -
hiring older workers. Fun FestivalSet

SS Yearbooks...

Southslde Elementary school
yearbooks are on sale until
Wednesday March 21, high-lighting Saturday
30 years of service to the community. -

Price, $5 each.
Join the leprechauns this Saturday Services 911 will provide
Friday Friends...
,y Pti March 17, for the fourth annual tours of an emergency rescue
Friday Friends will meet in a Family Fun Festival set from 10 vehicle.
Fellowship Hall of the First United a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot of Starke Fire Department will offera
Methodist Church Friday, March the Andrews Center of Santa Fe tour of a vintage fire truck.
16, at 12 noon. t t ta tr tw Community College. Bradford County Health Depart-
Bring a friend and a covered You can learn about different services ment will offer blood pressure
dish and enjoy both the fellowshipand r offered by the Interagency checks and information on servicesof

the program. .. Council the sponsoring organization. the agency.
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., There wil be activitie for
New Hope Baptist... children such as a petty zoo, tours of

New Hope Baptist Church will p P: Ya" -' r" t .:'It' an emergency rescue unit, tours of Educational...
the fire trucks to
celebrate its annual Choir and .1.. '>:' .. county bookmobile The Bradford County Library will
Usher's anniversary, Sunday .: zkbtf_ ..._ :.." r..F. climb on, a Smokey the Bear will provide tours of the bookmobile.The I

March 18, at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.. .. ..,. .. ....,ti71.. ... .,1:1. ".", k,'. '.....'I1V" 4't. ; visit. of WEAG Radio is Division of Forestry will bring I
with choirs and ushers on parade. Terry Vaughn Smokey the Bear.
scheduled to broadcast the activitieslive
The Rev. Jake Davis urges -- .. .. ".,....,. .. '. ,', from the parking lot. The Bradford County 4-H Club will
everone to come share the lI ., .. There will be hamburgers hot provide a petting zoo.
festivities of the Sue-El's Retirement Home will
day. I It and drinks sold the Kiwanis
dogs by
show VCR
movies of activities at the
'. ...,;//I! Club. A bake sale Is planned says home.
Jefferson Day... \ "I ,-- Beverly McGee, chairperson of the The Bradford-Putnam-Union

Bradford County's first Jefferson ,. ',,; ':l' : ." .. event. Guidance Clinics will offer information
Day Meeting on the U.S. Constitution -" -- The drug rally being sponsored by about their services via giant
will be held Friday and Satur- ,, '(" I'. Ii. Bradford Against Drugs will kick off bubbles with Information about the
New Bank
the fun festival with a march beginning
day, March 16-17 at the BHS I agency.
Auditorium. Outstanding speakers, at 9:30 a.m. from the Starke city Suwannee River Economic Council -

discussions and debates will be The new S.vOO-iquare-foot First National hall to the Andrews Center parkinglot. Inc. will offer information on the
heard. Reservations may be made I Bonk of Bradford County I. com A .hour anti-drug program is services of the agency. .
by writing P.O. Box 613, Starke, p..... A March 24 opening I* planned will kick off the fun festival. The New River Solid Waste
d.. The agencies participating are:
T- 32091. ;'1I'JI', > pending final approval el tho Comptroller Association will offer a program on

,.., .. : ._ of ... "Fishing for _and displayon
J' f" -# -- -_ II.oot.... _.,. 4 ;t u ;'" rPt tho Currency In Atlanta. il t! Lltterj' a
In-Home Medf .:;: ,
Fun ; ; 'I" Wto
i bank
Family Day... Tho abovo, U, undergoing Its Starke
j --j" In-Home Medical will provide an Police Department will offer
pro-opening examination this week by
Inter-Agency Family Fun ominmetry check, demonstrate > info on a "Print-A-Kld" project.
m national bank examiner, the final
Festival day is set from 10 a.m. to
.... medical equipment, and give out information -
March in the .t.p In organliotlon proceM priorto
2 p.m., Saturday, 17, on services offered.
SFCC Andrews Center parking lot. opening.Guy Physical Therapy of Starke will
The purpose of the festivities is to \., A""rowi. chairman of the beard massage demonstration and For Fun...
teach people about the services :; of tho now bonk, addresses tho March provide information on stretching The Lawtey 4-H Club will have a
available in the community suchas I first annual mooting of tho and working out. fishing booth.
medical, educational governmental -I haroholden, at (I.... In Ih. high Bradford Hospital Inc. will weigh Job Services of Florida will offer
,and recreational services. vaulted clung lobby. and measure the height of children face painting.

Come one, come all.: Pending' final approval a grand and offer information on the hospital Sunshine Industries will have a
Radio Station WEAG will be .
opening I I. planned for 8 p.m. Sunday operation.Medical paper toss.
broadcasting live from the ac- ; ApUI. Explorer. Post 460 will The Chamber of Commerce will
tivities area. check blood pressure and provide an sponsorl! "STARDUST," a magi-
Officer of tho n.w bank are Alan action game. cian.

ra Hetxel. president Phil Chesnut executive Civitan Blood Mobile will be on Rythmic Aerobics will offer a
Class of 1940... + M vice-president and Joan hand to receive blook donations. demonstration by Georgia McFad-

The BHS class of 1940 will hold Rhoden vice-president and cashier. Upjohn Healthcare Services will den and Dana Crase.
the first session for planning its Staff members. are Ton! Crawford executive have a dart board game and will provide The Bradford County Parent
50th anniversary reunion, Monday secretary, Greg Brewer, data Information on services offeredby Education Association will have a
March 19, at 7:30: p.m., in the Bracford processing manager Patty Warren the agency. hand print wall.
Restaurant.Call loan processing clerk) Dottle Bryan
Family Marian Dowling Long Ph.. Ws :. 4iP f, N6d customer service representative Jennifer
Davis' teller Blalne Miller, teller,
964-5797 or Jo Ella and Eldon Har-
and Darieno Ball part-tlnta customer Education Commissioner ITo
dy, Ph. 964-7607 for further infor- service representative. Th. staff mov.d

mation. S ; Into the. new. bank March I.

7 Ar Contractor Is TI... Construction Co. Speak Here TonightBetty 1

Pop Warner Plays... Pr of Keystone Heights. Architect Is ..hld..nd .
Hall of Orange Park.,
Bradford County Pop Warner
basket ball team will play the Castor, Florida's Commissioner "...,
WQIK Hit Kickers, Thursday. of Education, will be the !
March 22, at 7:30 In the Bradford keynote speaker at the ninth annual -
!Middle School Gym. Admission, $2. Legislative Awareness Dinner of the tt "SS
Bradford Education Association set

Lawtey Festival... at 7 p.m. today (Thursday, March

The Lawtey Community School Council No 15)The). dinner will be in the National

will present its second annual Art, Says Guard armory on Edwards Road.
Craft and Music Festival, Satur- Reservations are required for atten-
March 31 from 11 a.m. to 2
day, dance.
To EMS Interlocal Commissioner Castor will speak
p.m.A student art show the Lawteymarching Agreementby about the budget priorities of the
band, jazz dancers, arts Department of Education as well as

and crafts for sale, and Tuesday night, March 13. Council unable to attend the council recent trends in education such as
refreshments are all part of the Marcia Goodg member June Haddock abstained meeting. She said her concern was the Importance of restructuring in
festival. Artists from the community BCT cO..IpOII..nl. and Council member Walden with the possibility that emergency education.In .
are invited to exhibit their work.If Citing opinions voiced In an Informal Wadsworth voted to table the mo-' medical services might be denied to addition. RepresentativesGeorge
interested, call Mrs. Mallard, poll of Hampton residents, the tion. The motion to oppose the Hampton residents if the council Crady D-Yulee,and Chance
Ph. 782-3639. Hampton City Council voted to deny assessment passed by a majorityvote voted to oppose the assessment. Irvine R-Orange. Park, will be t r' I Il
Bradford County the right to collect of 3 councilmembers. Chairman Thomas Indicated that he featured speakers.The .
the proposed $35 annual assessmentfor Council member Haddock said she did not believe that "would be the legislators will present an

Public meetings scheduled In the emergency medical services. wished to abstain from the vote until case. overview of the upcoming 1990 .. .
.... .. .. ..
weeks the issues "'-" --" "
are: session
coming Chairman Pete Thomas stepped in the legal aspects of denying the Chairman Thomas said that legislative major
Bradford Education Association to break a tie vote when Coun- assessment could be discussed with notices had been posted In public of- facing the legislator and the Betty CastorCommissioner
Legislative' dinner Is set Thursday, cilmembera Ted Curtis and Jane City Attorney Gene Shaw, who was session's Impact on public educationin of Education I
March 15, at 7 p.m., in the National Hall voted to oooose the assessmentby at an 'out-of-town meeting and (Sea Hampton..p.SA) Bradford County.
Guard Armory on Edwards Road. '

Governors noon Chamber, Thursday meeting of Commerce, March is set 15 for Board, in 12 the of Carter and Riddick Disagree 'on Zoning Office Management : I

SFCC Board Room. Buster Rahn changes in the Zoning Office have 'into-a fuss between Chairman Carter estate agent Irene Faulkner,motherof married.
Starke council meeting Is set for Realtor Susan Faulkner whose "It's a vendetta and there's no
BCT Staff WrK.rBradford prior approval by the entire board and Commissioner Joe Riddick
TuesdaYj March. 20, at 7:30 p.m., In County commissioners before implementation. commissioner in charge of the son name was prominently mentioned In reason for it," said Commissionersee I

Com- declined to support Chairman Maxie Instead, a special called meeting ing and landfill operations, and bet- the discussions. Susan Faulkner and ( Disagree..P.3A)
munity Bid Opening Development for Hampton Block Grant, Carter's request that all procedural Monday morning, March 12, turned ween Chairman Carter and real Darrell O'Neal are engaged to be

at City Bradford 7 p toll..m.'Wednesday County commission March 21, In Deputy Gill Urges, Big Turnout for, Saturday's Planned March Against DrugsCecil I

meeting Is set Wednesday, March At last there Is something most ::Jim Gill, the volunteer with the and then march the two blocks to the non. Silcox Superintendent of Ellis Vernon Barber, Deputy
21, at 7:30 p.m., in the courthouse. everybody can do to show you oppose Bradford Sheriffs Department whoIs parking lot at the Santa Fe Community Schools Jim Duncan an essay on Gill, Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge,
Zoning items on agenda. drugs in your home town. fighting drugs. "This Is an opportunity College Andrews Center, drugs, an account by an actual drug Police Chief Jimmy Epps, Adel Mit-
Bradford County School Board This Saturday, March 17, group for the public to show Its support addict a closing prayer by Rev.A.J. chell and Families Against Drags.
meeting set for Monday. March 26, called Bradford Against Drugs has a Deputy) Gill says. "This will The marchers can then help kick Simmons. The program will con. Supporting the rally are the Starka
at 7 p.m., in the Administration march organized from the Starke ci- be Starke'a statement against off Saturday's Family Fun Festival clude with the song: "Lean on Me. Police Department, Bradford
Building on N. Temple Ave. ty hall to the parking lot at the drugs," Deputy Gill ays. with a SO-minute program beginningat Sheriff Department Families
Bradford County Zoning Board Starke Center of Santa Fe Community 10 a.m. and sponsored by Brad Against Drugs the Bradford Community -
meeting is set Tuesday. March 27, College. Twenty people won't make a very ford Against Drugs.In The public is Invited to march and Action committee,plus civic
at 7 p.m., in Starke City Hall. Its a short march of two short strong statement says Gill. "We're" take part in the program. The drug organizations."We're .
Starke Zoning Board meeting Is blocks through downtown. hoping for bog marchers, at least. 10 three-minute segments the rally Is being organized by the Bradford We want
Committee tired of drugs.
Action ,
set Thursday, March 29, at.7 p.m.. "People are always asking mo Marchers are Invited to assembleat program includes a rap group Clara Community includes Alice Hudson, Coon them out. We want this to be a drug-
In City Hall. what they can do to help with the 9:15: a.m.Saturday la the parking Green theJuatSayNoClubwwaing"God Which Gw.
Chandler, free Deputy
fight against drugs," say Deputy lot In front of the Starke city hall Bless America," Mayor Ver- ty Commissioner Ross community. says


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Roof Truss Manufacturing Firmfir:. .N '

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7 A roof truss manufacturing.opera Caglio tolJ. the HO Zoning Board Zoning Boards cannot make final .'
tion with 12 employees Is seeking to. he wants to convert the miniature decisions. Recommendations arc
move from Keystone Heights to golf course on SK-100 adjacent to the always forwarded to county commissioners '
SR-10Q south of Starke If proper son- Keystone Inn into a used car sales or city commissioners,
Ing regulations can be met. lot, changing the zoning classification which uphold their recommendations
Jim Powell, owner Ward's Components from Commercial General to in a majority of cases.
in Keystone Heights, .told Commercial
Intensive. The lot Is 150
the BC Zoning Board Tuesday night by 200 feet.Martin New Fire Station...
Feb 27, that he has an agreement to and Sheffield moved to The Bradford County Board of Adjustment
buy, three acres on SR-100 from recommend approval of the request, followed the Zoning
lp.. Jeannie Culverson, which carried 40. Board's meeting and approved tho
proposed site of the Heilbron Springs: .

Powell builds roof trusses in a Darby Bloodgood...' Volunteer Fire Department.The .
totally enclosed environment in Ms. Fire Department now parks
Bloodgood requested a zoning its trucks at McCarthy's Garage but
Keystone Heights where there has
,.n. change for a 90 by 310 foot lot, from
never been a complaint although Residential plans to re-locate to properly cur.
there are residences in the area, no Homes (RSF-MHto Family-Mobile Industrial rently owned by Terry McCarthy,
SH-16 from the
said. across
Light Warehouse ILW) to allow her
to add to existing mini-storage
Powell says the plant works 5 daysa warehouses.on adjacent property.: McCarthy will donate one acre 0f
week during normal working the 2.5 acre plot being reclassified UJ

hours and the loudest equipment he Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal the Fire Department, on which the
"' y operates is a radial arm naw. lie is said the 90 feet of frontage is accep- HSVFD plans to build a 3-bay station

currently operating in leased property table, since It adds to an existing if approved.O'Neal .
and wants to move into a personally classification. the fire station
owned facility.The represents an essential service
The property is nine miles south of which is permissible in all zoning

Truck Flips March 9 South of Starke... property is located south of Starke on SR-100 near Manning's classifications.The .

her A 19'year truck'old Lawtey[ girl. escaped ferioat Injury Friday afternoon even bough be was not wearing a seal belt when plans Goober to use Garage the Culverson on SR-100.residencefor Powell Lawn one Mower opposed business.No the zoning. change. Board of Adjustment approved -

pickup lipped.h an office and construct a building The board voted 4-0 to recommend the request, which is final. Ap-
eidl Lee Sparkj' was taken to Bradford Hocpltal by Reeeue, according to Paramedic Randy ea....... and EMT Cortli for the manufacture of roof trusses. approval. peals can be made only to the courts.
Crawford where the was treated for minor Injurfc Board Members Jay Martin and Heilbron Spgs. firemen are seek

The 1987 Ford pickup truck,driven by Spark. was southbound on US-SOI, according to Trooper Murray Uchardwa. Frank Sheffield teamed on a motionto The three zoning requests will now ing donations the building. The
The came off the left tire the vehicle recommend approval of the request to the ground is cleared.The firemen have
cap rear cawing to go out control.The vehicle ran off the right aide.the go county commissioners for
roadway truck a mailbox and went 99 feet The which carried unanimously.Ann final disposition, Wednesday Mar. been waiting for the special excep-
flying over,kidding on Its top. track: came to rest inside the tion before the
southbound lane. Damage' to the truck was bated a* $1.500,Richardson Mid.I & Frank GagHo... 21 thouse., at 7:30: p.m., meeting in the Cour- approval pouring.

Of Bradford 12 at Burger Runners King Place InvitationalSophomore 6th Out City Attorney, Hobbs Suggests Changes in Brooker City Charter I IThe'

by Buster Rohn to the.local legislative delegation. charter incorrectly defines Hobbs reported that he and Melvin

Larry Green was third JHO". BCT Staff Writer the city boundaries and Hobbs said met with the Florida Department of

in the mile and two mile and Tyrone IIO-Yd HHl, 1)) ......., Of, ,7.7., 2)) Nkoto Wwi. City Attorney Johnny Hobbs Flood Plain Law... the city should make corrections Transportation (DOT) in an attemptto
Sanders was third in the 120 yard .",...,.514$, MM! I)W.lk.c., IHl. "A d) I'..", OF. reviewed several items of Interest to Attorney Hobbs presented a sup- through a special act by the settle the dispute over payment of
the Brooker council Tuesday, the flood legislature rather than holding an some $1,900 paid to a plumbing firm
hurdles in the to plain
high Burger King In- Is-MO..DMhi 1)) J..M. Of. II.Mi 5)) Aith.r.im. plement original
vitational at Palatka High School ii..ij 3))5...N.. 13.ui 4)).$..01'. a$. March 13, including proposed ordinances ordinance which was passed in late election.In to repair a water line broken by DOT.
this past Saturday March 9. Mil. ..... I) HoJun. Or. ..07.*3| 51) W .ht. OT.llMl and possible corrections to 1989 to bring its wording into compliance the meantime Hobbs said the workers while grading SR-18.
The Bradford boys scored 22 3))Furctll ..... '|4'.Ml 4))lx IM.TlOl.43.440V4. the city charter. with the Federal Emergency council should review the charter for Brooker officials thought they had
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points and were sixth out of 12 440.V4. Dnhi I) Nmm, 01''. 44.Ml 1)) c.... IM Hobbs presented a resolution to Management Agency in Atlanta. other possible changes and/or cor- found the permit for running the
schools. Dereck Long was fifth in the 72 Id 3))_......Of,71'til 4))Mtd>n4...IM It 3*. the council in which the city will go The original ordinance providedfor rections. water line across the right-of-way
discus at 109'9, a personal best. _...w Htnrilm, I)Hkh.IM.t4.III 2))Nk...W..> on record for supporting proposed the Bradford County Zoning Hobbs also city attorney for but DOT officials disclaimed the
ton. IMS. M.41s.)W.,....IM If.tJl Inmn,Or
4) another
Clyde DeSue was sixth in the shot 41.... amendment no. 3 on the November Board to bear appeals concerningthe Lawtey reported that Brooker's ordinances permit saying It related. to

put at 39'3". Tyrone Sanders was WO-V4. I.mi I) '_le. IM 143.I3| 1)) H...., Or, ballot. flood plain ordinance but provide for the city to levya site.DOT
fourth in the 330-yard intermediate liMl 3))!_On..tarty,IM.IJM.Hi 4))Py.nl.Of', The proposed amendment will require Director Darrell O'Neal advise 3 percent qualifying fee on all can- officials told Hobbs and
hurdles at 42.53 Kenny DeSue placed IiOt.f J. the legislature to cease, man Hobbs the zoning board has no didates for city office. Melvin, "If you show us a permit
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fourth in the 880 yard run with a ....4.., Sill,".Hi 3))MO..d..1145.M 17. dating programs without state fun- authority to hear appeals. Hobbs re- that applies we'll pay all costs including -
PR (personal record) of 2:12.40.: T.. Mil gum 1) ""_. 01'. lliUi 3)) l... ... ding. According to the Florida wrote the ordinance to provide for The question arose when Lawtey attorney fees. City officials. .
Trammel Jones placed sixth in the llllll.)FlIfMll'.IHl. Ililll. 4))O.MKl.Or. ..|II. League of Cities the legislature has the city council to be the appellate Chief of Police M.M.Jordan advised wlUcontinuetohunttheorigin8lpermlt. ..'. "
Mil....... 1))SM 4t4f.14(Monk WllllMM. Iri4|.t laws the city he is seeking the return of all .
100 1121.meter dash with a PR time of ..)or.....5,15.76.The.Ihorrl. a..., U.. D. flMrty)h 3)).IHl..$.Hia passed mandates, but precluding Ignores unfunded its own body in all flood plain questions. qualifying fees he has paid in the In the meantime Hobbs recommended

Sanders in the 120-yard high statutes. The League expects a constitutional past 14 elections since! Lawtey does the city accept DOT'
hurdles 1591 Green's in amendment if passed to Charter Revision... not have an ordinance providing for agreement to assist in locating all
was time
the mile was 51.76: a PR. He ran boys results in the 3-way meet curb the legislatures proclivity to require Hobbs said he has received a copy the assessment of qualifying fees. water lines on state property in
Tuesday were: counties and cities to fund Chief Jordan says the city may owe order to preclude a recurrence olthe
the charter from state
the two mile in 10:57. programs city archives .
run that Pull)ImMi" ,Hit,53.3'4'r)O........Of,,,'1., him $6-$8 thousand dollars.
The Bradford lady runners were a)O(tod. ,,,.44'3"l 4) -.,-.Of.' 401". with local tax dollars. revised in 1987 to provide for problem. .'
ninth with two points on Rene'Daughterty's u...... 1).....th.INS I44fl.)Hill IM, 1W4",5)) The Brooker council approved the the city council to appoint the city Hobbs reported that DOT in ;
fifth finish in the "..._.Or lll'lfl 4))Mini*..Of. l'*'l". resolution which will be forwarded clerk and marshal. What Permit...?
place _..... see Brooker 3A
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two mile- run. Daugherty ran a s'rY a)Wh..... IM..,",4))H.......Of."l".
2:52.72 a personal best..Chris"'Vanlyc9tpl"'i8n. U,|Jumpi 1)0.... 0.1....IM, lafVt*|1))DM'",
: a"PR 'of IM H"%"| 3)) Mum.miry. Of, ir4Vt"| 4)) tmlttktm. BUS Golfers Lose to St.. AugustineBishop Inserts for Bradford.County Telegraphs D-.>I? >-I.r'.- ",IT

9:38.18 In the mile run. Clyde DeSue .Of'.I..r' Farmers Furniture Sawyer Cs & Appliance Millers. x
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tripl Jirnip1! ) It. 4tVi' 5)) $ OP .
threw the'discus t 10 PR of I07'6". In ..........'I IJ) M.nnim.ry. Of.' err, 4)) w s... u sa. Augustine High beat Bradford led with a 39, David Elder Inserts for Union: County Tfines:'"?wM <. 'n J' wort M """ "cU :
the two mile run Andy Miracle ran 34 4'*". High 15 strokes 167-182 in a dual shot 40, Ron Zurfluh 43, and EvanDouglas
h/.v.uin, 1))JM j........aM. irn 7))eel.!...-*, match Spires, Farmers Furniture 0'-
12:25.88.: Trammell Jones was 7th in or'..*". Tuesday afternoon, March 13, 54 to round out the top four, ,
the 220 yard dash with a PR time of 120.Y4 0404.1)).''Ie.OP, II",5))ImHh" .IHl.II.Mla on the Starke Golf and Country Club which counts In scoring. Steven Inserts for Lake Region Monitor ,
23.13. James Davis ran 24.96 in the )'''._!.....,....II....4))Ippl.OP. II.M.IM course. McLeod shot a 56 Shaun Rowell shot Clay County Fair, Millers, Farmers Furniture
220. Derek Long threw the shot M./>r Onlll I_)McCril OP. I....""|'M) _.. Last Thursday March 8, BHS beat 73, Jimmy Parado 74, and Steven
or Ills 3))ely<* IM I 4))MCDM.M.IM.
38'0"The. Orange Park 176-183 the 75.Upcoming..
11..4.Mlto High on Murphy
BHS 440 relay team of Clyde Ruin I)leery 0_.IM.4ill.I7|I)DWICWI, SGCC course. Ii 11:1 IF .
DeSue Vernon Griffin James OP.iia.MI 3)rin..".OP.' itMJti 4))Wh"-J.OP The BHS record now is 13. ----I 1I
Davis and Trammel Jones was 7th ( David Elder led BHS with a '=
.... ....
440-Vd. tl 1)) IHl 43l37l\ 5)) OP 4| 3)) *M ... _
in 47.8. ".... 2-under-par 34 against St.Augustinefor Happy
The BHS mile relay team of Ver- ....Y4 Dnht I) mmm.. OP' II Ml 5)) ....| law medalist honors. "He shot a BHS plays today (Thursday
non Griffin, James Davis, Kenny j..tni.. mm., njii .J) o.aiM, *.*. 17....' 4)Ooittmm. ) super round of golf" said Coach March 15) at Keystone High at 3:30

DeSue and Tyrone Sanders was also _,_OP. HurrfMll 36.75.. I)ImMh. .INS 41 77, I)Tyran* Mike Sexton. Link Bishop shot 38, p.m.Monday 19th Birthday
7th in 3:55.Tuesday: l_4m,....43 Til 3)).....OP'.44...,.)Cnwr.IM, Ron Zurfluh shot 52 Evan Douglas March IB, BHS plays at
...... 58 to round out the top four. Steven The Ravines against MidUleburg
Sso Y4. *um I) Pn..... OP ..11.'" I) ...!<, High.
3-VVay... Oftu.....1'"...'3)$C.H Dunran,....Ill*.Ml 4)) McLeod shot 61, Steven Murphy 68, Jason Hicks!
Ocala Forest won the girls meet C.,>...Or.' lit*.H.JJOT4 and Jimmy Parado shot 74. Tuesday, March 20, BHS is home
with 72 points and the boys meet Onki I)M.C.II.OP,tt.III 5))M.w.nrry. In the Orange Park match Link against Clay High at 3:30 p.m.
or. 531., 3)) Tm_JMIM. 504$. 14'" 4)) Onto.IM .
with 86 points In a tri-meet on the 4iM. -- We Love You!
Bradford High track Tuesday after- Tw Mil kMl I)Urrr OiMD,IHl, ,.....M..P., Need An Electrician
noon, March 13. 5))Draper Or. ........3)Ountmu. Of.' lllll.$l 4)eoikrt. ) Mom Dad
.Of''.HIM.Mil .
In the girls meet Interlachen was ....,. I) OP ......, 3)) IW (',.| 3)) IM call DAN WAINWRIGHT ,
second with 69 and Bradfordhad
points & Shannon
The 3.54.36. -36 y... Experience A11 Type*Electrical: Work, Juli
33 points. girls meet results
were: Upcoming... J782it077 Stngft tt 3 n>m. RoMtubiy I'rIcedWk

hot pun 1)) ..... INS MT'l 5))'he_.. INS "t"l Today (Thursday March 15) both
1,ll.1 l"_.-y.OF.>n DI.... 1)) N.-..._. OF, 1', I) M..te WlIII.., High relays beginning at 2
IMS.fl.",.)Ivto, INS the BHS to The Bradford ECIA. Chapter 1 Applicationwill
High. Jumpi 1) toll, !HI..4l'f 1)) Monk Wllltaml, Saturday girls go
IH>.4,", 3)) K.om.y.Or 4 4",4))Ik.*.IHt.41. Raines High to the Raines Pepsi in-
.... Jump I) ..... IM I4',"| 1)) P..W.. Of. vitation.The boys go to Ocala to the be written during March &: April 1990. Victory Baptist ChurchPine
14'1'''',3))Tl.m.y,Or', 14'>""4))Ardur.IH>.II.'*".
Knights of Columbus Invitation If have for the
a suggestion application
,Trlpl Jiimpi 1) M.nk WIIII_.. IMS. ilfl 1)) you
P.k... Or, >l'''', 3)) H....Or.Iff 4))Afclnr. HO, hosted by Ocala Forest High. would you please contact: St. Hampton, FL ,

I Bryan, Siemen Win Member- The The Bradford School Board ECIA.of Chapter Bradford 1 County Office March 25th thru March 28 7:00: pm

Guest Golf TournamentMember 582 North Temple Avenue Rev. Cliff Mathews EvangelistRev.

Starke. FL 32091 Lewis Cooper Director of Music a

Ralph Bryan and guest John Wood and guest Ricky Bennett Phone: ((904)) 964-6800 Ezt. 33 *
Harry Siemen, won the Member- Provided
of Starke. 1/11'..... Nursery
Guest Golf Tournament at the
Starke Golf and County Club. -- --
Twenty-two teams entered the Bingo Supper... X11 iti v 0 1- "" .

two-day best ball, 36-hole tournament Some 60 persons children and 1 ;
played March 34.. guests enjoyed a covered dish dinner Dinner $3.79 _

Prizes of credit in the pro shop and March a 10.bingo this past Saturday, Golden-brown fried shrimp fries cole slaw hush and HCaptain
were given to the first five places. puppies
Second place winners were Next social event is a Las Vegas A cocktail sauce. .
member David Tew and guest Clyde Night set April 21 for members and .
Terwillegar. guests,
Third place was a tie between 0... coupon per customer. Not good Dk j
member Harold Bishop and guest Strawberry Open... with my other coupon or discount offer

Harold Williams of Marietta Ga.. The annual Strawberry Open golf expires 3/19NpCaptain D'.. OfferShrimp Seafood- .
Bish's brother-in-law,on the team of tournament is set May 5-6 this yearon I
member Jim Womack and guest the club course. 040IltthiIIlt1'J
George Fish of Jacksonvile. Call the club phone 964-5441 to -

Fifth place team was member sign up. S
Two 3-Piece Fish Dinners $5.99

I Girls Softball Team Falls to Middlebunr Three golden-brown fish filets, fries, cole slaw and hush puppies. | .'

The Bradford High girls Softball 3-for-4. a

lost 9-3 to Mlddleburg High last Stephanie Gainey Is batting .730 o S S I I ',.
Thursday and 10-13 to Eastside Highin Dede McNeal .720 Sbere' Brown CLpIBIflD1with | .
One coupon per customer. Not good :.,::
13. Tuesday night March. .450 and Rachel Tyson .400 for the any other coupon or discount offer : ,.

season. tt participating D'I. Offerxpinc I '.,..:
The girls 0-5 to date.
are Cain
Sharie Meier, a senior playing/ for a 3/29/90. SeafoodJ
Today (Thursday March 15) BHS the first time has shown much Im-
plays Buchholz High/ at home at 4:30. : provement and her determinationand : x4.
hard work Is much appreciated ----------------1 '
p.m.Friday.. March. '16. BHS goes to says Coach Sue Trieste. ':"
Santa Fe High. The team Is getting/ better. 1
Monday, March. 19, BHS goes to Hopefully by the district tourna- Three golden-brown fish filets, fries and hush puppies. '
Middleburg High. ment the team will be competitive.The I'
Against Eastside. Stephanie tram members are Stephanie P ;
Gainey was 3for-5 and scored 3 .' Brown Valencia d d ",,:...
runs; Shere" Brown was 3-for-J Including Moss McNeal Kendra Butler "
One <
customer. Not good CaptajnOS '
coupon per :
a triple and had 3 RBI's; Leslie Banks Rita Stepheny, Kim I ..(.
with other or discount offer
Dede McNcafwas 3-for-4. Valencia any coupon ,
Teal, Dana Reddish, Rachel Tyson. $ i i II panicipatinl Captai D'.. Offer -
Moss was 2-for-4. Sharie Meier Klshanna Spooner. expires 3129190. Seafoods
Against Middleburg, Stephanie Laterra Johnson and aL tara .',
Gainey and Dede Mescal!: wore Jackson. - - "- .


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March I.V: IIMMI I I ii.it\rn: : P.m. i ,,

:' i, Bigham is New Brooker' Mayor; { -.. .._.- ,:: t J

.I .;" I<.f. '10. "
', f;gorge Pierce is Council Chairman 1.. ," I 'fI'. 'i.!) .'. I

) "" f I'

": by Bo t.r Rohn day, March 13,to recently elected ci- position k ; !. n'" a J..
".- ICT toH Writer ty officials Mayor Ted Bigham and unanimously and: 'no was elected J.JlS mR' '.' J
Brooker Clerk Charlcne
Thomas commissioners Gene Melvin, A.B. ,.- -
administered the oath of office Tues- Adams and Jim Bryant.

Bigham qualified and ran for the Hamilton's Pay... : -
Worth mayor's seat without opposition The council voted to waive reim- ;
The three commissioners won re- bursement of $450 by former mayor / [
election as incumbents, with only Blake Hamilton, paid to him duringa
L Melvin drawing an opponent.Melvin 9 month period in error. The ex- ara "mt .. ,
NotingAntique was challenged by former cess salary payment was offset by
mayor -
Blake Hamilton. the use of Hamilton's truck and civic
t activities beyond that required of
Show... Following the oath taking, the the mayor, said Melvin in a prior
The Starke council reorganized, with coun- meeting, when the issue first surfaced. -
Woman's Club will'hold cilwoman Sue Davis making a motion ,
Its 8th annual Antique and Col- to to retain Melvin as council City Attorney Johnny Hobbs said
lectible show, at the Fairgrounds, chairman and Councilman George both Hamilton and the city have
March 15-18. See story in B Sectionof Pierce as vice chairman. defensible '
The Telegraph. ( positions, and if the issue' :.
were to go to litigation, the city
When it became obvious the motion
Bake would not receive a second, would have to spend more than the >.',- ::. .h,. ,
Sale SetA "
amount in I \
question. r
Melvin turned the chair over to Vice 4 'F" .' .'Jt
'bake sale is set from'io a.m.: until Chairman Pierce, and seconded the v',)1 >\ .....; .....
next Saturday, March 24, at the motion.While the motion was still on Hobbs said Hamilton would con- .,. '".,r.
Wal-Mart Store in Deerfoot Trail the floor, Adams nominated Pierce tend the city had a responsibility to ". "-" '''
Proceeds from the Wal-Mart Store for council chairman. notify him that his term was ending -''. ,

sponsored bake sale will be donated in February, 1989,and that he should .
to Children's Miracle Network, a Davis withdrew her motion, say- qualify and run, rather than assum- .J
group of churches in the area that ing, "Let's: : start over." ing that he was in the middle of a two

help take care of needy children in Davis then nominated Melvin and year term. The error'was found in I
emergency. situations. Adams nominated Pierce for council late 1989, when Clerk Thomas was
reviewing election procedures in the .
chairman. Pierce elected
was on a
Softball Players... 3-2 vote, with Bryant providing the county office.Hamilton ,. I

Boys, age 18 and under, practice swing vote.Melvin immediately; vacated u
for the Starke Stars (Senior Boy's the office and Melvin was elected acting I

Softball Team) will begin Sunday, nominated, Davis for the and vice Bryant chairman were mayor until the end of the term Woman Injured In Saturday Accident..."' 'r".y'....,,.,...
March 18 at Edward's Road and elections held. ,
plex, 3-5 p.m. Be prepared to com-work- seat, but each refused in turn, prior A 51-year'old Fort Lauderdale woman ...* treated for minor Injurle at Bradford hospital March 10 after the ran a I

out on field no. 1 when you get to Pierce a vote. This was the third time the council top lip on Water Street and struck this 1983 Mercury driven by Marylynn WUkerwn of SUiSie.See page SB for ttory.
there. nominated Adams for the voted on waiving the debt. I

Hospital The Bradford Auxiliary.Hospital Auxiliary.. Lawtey Chief Pleas, Threatens. Gets 3rd Officer for 39 Hniirc I

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... .
meeting is set for Monday, March n ..." ...... Io.JO
19 at 6:30 p.m., in the Western by Butter Rahn more than an hour.The vacancy was have r
Steer Restaurant.A ICT Staff Writer created when former Lt. Bill Tillot- the money to hire another of the question directly, but focused on lay Grilhs oil tomorrow (Tuesday,
son resigned'to 'against Chief facer, even though it is a budgeted advertising vacancies, to which Mar. 6).
program on physical therepy After an hour of pleas and threatsby item.
will be presented by Jerry Fisher. Chief of Police M.M. Jordan, the Jordan in the Dec. 1989 election, Chief Chief Jordan objects."To Mayor Scott said, "Fire Griffis if
Lawtey Council agreed March 5, to which Tillotson lost. Lawtey now has Jordan said the reason for avoid potential problems, it is you want to, but don't put the blameon
BHS Tutorial three Chief Jordan the shortage of funds Is because his only fair and right that the general us."
Program... fill a vacancy in the Police Depart- policemen: Sgt.H.D. staff is down to officer
Griffis one and his public is legally. advised of each
The second session of the BHS ment on a part time basis. and Shuford. department isn't producing revenueat The appropriate action is Officer Griffis said, "I'm trying to
Chief Jordan said he will fill the This time, there were two sessions vacancy.
'After School Tutorial Program"will the anticipated rate. do it all. The Fine and Forfieture
for the council to advertise position I
position with Ray Shuford, a nativeof on the subject. In the first, Councilman In Fund would be in better condition if
March council
begin Tuesday, 20, accepting Delbert Jordan, the chief'sbrother February meeting, considered to be a city position.To .
all students with an "F" in Lawtey, who has returned to Jordan complained about the coun- avoid a potential lawsuit, the we had another officer on the road
english or math for the fourth six Lawtey from Clay County, where he but the,motion moved died to fill for the lack position of cil's refusal to allow him to hire town should advertise all positions. while "I run around town stopping
a se
worked for the Sheriff's Office.
weeks police officers without council fights.
period.Students cond. The council moved on to other ap- However, the council can deal with
Shuford meets educational stan-
the tutorial proval. The issue revived in
attending matters. again emergency situations Councilman Jordan, whose first
:, program for,12 hours, and meeting dards for the job. Later, the council returned to the the current meeting. immediately," Hobbs said. motion died for lack of a second,
Shuford Is the of former
j other r! commissioner Dave Shuford and
, have F" In math ty provides for the council to
an english or position oversee the position on a part time basis. The
time basis
on a limited
pert ,
removed from their cards. Gloria Crawford Shuford. the Police Department and it Second Session...
report to 32 hours a week, to be paid $8.29 can- motion carried 3-1, with Coun-
" Register in the BHS office March Chief Jordan found tough going per hour, and terminating at the end not waive the requirement to ap- The council turned its attention to cilwoman Laura Harris voting
with the council but
15 and 16, 7:45-8:15: a.m. and 3-3:30: again, finally of the fiscal Sept. 30. prove hiring practices. However, other matters, only to return to the against the motion.
For additional information won agreement for a part time of year, Scott asked City Attorney of
p.m. In opposing the position Johnny hiring an officer later in the even
call Lou Hurse Ph. ficer. In the February meeting the Mayor Hobbs to advise the council if the ing when Chief
Myrna 964-6800. Scott and Councilman Emmett .Jordan said he 'Bright, who said the city can'tfund
for the is council refused to fill the position, chief might be given authority to doesn't want "the
Funding of
program provided Bright,who chairs the Finance Committee responsibility an officer for 40 hours a week,
,'; by the State Compensatory with the discussion going on for maintained the citv__. doesn't_ __ hire.,,personnel____u n.LL in_his u department.' telling! : officer.Dale. Griffis.he isn't voted to fill the position on a part.
Education Program. .n mvurney MODDS am noi aaaressyiTtit writing enough tickets, and he will time basis for 32 hours a week.
Santa Fe Cemetery...

The annual election of trustees" >v.' ''' '. w. ..
f for thsfes LiJFmet.XIsCDCIac "strbMpage'IAI. ', : witlMMt farther! rg penCiitptep! f ydp city has specific plansfor set procedure take pressure off procedures, complying with first
1 ) fees the
h. matter.
tlon will be held Thursday, March...q.r; .toWji';;; torney, : on the. market at this time. (the council and cjer.kand: provide an reading requirements for making
. 29, at 7:30 p.m., in the Hampton Ci- ines be removed I from state owed ueeaiOn Itway..w IYJ l ro.ltdt t CLUE'v.ri'f '" .' : :ii,'"i/i orderly manner for.making changes changes to the land use plan. ,

.' ty Hall.. right-of-way, putting the damper on Changes... in the land use plan, Hobbs said.
Hobbs he to receive
: idea of says expects Brooker needs to prepare and Brooker has no zoning ordinances,
Exercise Class... any litigation by the city.
the deed to the State Farmer's
The total cost now exceeds $2,400, publish a procedure for changing the With the council's approval, and relies on the land use plan for
Morning exercise'classes are including repairs to the pipe and at- Market within a few days, since it Comprehensive land use plan Hobbs read the title of an earlier determining the use of real property. -
held Tuesday, Thursday and Fri- torney fees, Melvin said. has been signed by the Cabinet. The (CLUP), Hobbs told the council. A prepared ordinance to standardize .
has been cleaned and is
facility cur-
day mornings, 9:30.10:30 inthe
: a.m., Hobbs recommended the city con- .
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' rently being used for storage of con-
old Armory Building. tinue to
cooperate with DOT, and if struction materials by the Depart- .
Classes are free. no permit? is found, to take its loss ment of Corrections.

Hampton- At'lasta

(from page lA) "We're up here to do what the peopleof people and to do what the people of
Hampton want us to do." Hampton want done" he said.
flees and places of business Thomas said he was deeply con-
throughout town. The notices asked cerned about comments he had The assessment fee is earmarked

people to sign'yes' or'no' to express heard regarding the poll which In- to help support Bradford County dip a c4ieercan
whether they favored the$35 assess- dicated that Hampton residents emergency medical services and
ment. Chairman Thomas said they thought the council would do collection is due to begin in
had a total of 103 'no's and only one whatever the council wanted, November for residents of the coun
'yes'. regardless of what the residents said ty. Each city must sign an interlocal
"We (the council members) don't in the poll. agreement before the county is like
run Hampton; the people of Hamp "I want it made absolutely clear allowed to collect the assessment
ton.'(run -Hampton/ said! Thomas, that this council In here to ....,,. he from city residents.
"" ." '''' .

Disagree -

should be restricted from unsuper- phone more than two years ago,
(from page 1A) vised use of the office computer in when a landowner provided inaccurate

'Riddick Carter has gathering information. information and received ap-
indicating per- Chairman Carter also said O'Neal locate
with O'Neal. Thereis proval a mobile home in er
sonal animosity
and Ms. Faulkner should be remov- ror. Commissioners later approved
Riddick said. .
no reason for that,
ed from the New River Solid Waste 4 1
rezoning for the mobile home, but roR
: and with the
Quit bickering get on
, business at hand, Riddick urged the Association (NRSWA) recycling only to correct a ,sticky situation
committee, according to those pre- from developing.Chairman .
-commissioners.' Faulkner accused Chairman sent. In the special meeting Chair- Carter then raised the
man Carter denied he removed the issue of O'Neal's investing in real
6 Carter of attempting office to limit records access two from the committee, saying he estate and the possibility of a conflict
Ito the zoning by
only recommended their dismissal. 01
Carter said that interest, since Ms. Faulkneris
Faulkner Realty.
Commissioner Joe Riddick said a co-investor in three parcels.
he has
'wasn't correct. Carter says March 12, "I think it is unfortunatewe
no problem with people getting have a called meeting for O'Neal said he asked Steve /
public information, but he doesn't something like this. It could have Stolting attorney for the EthicsCommittee 1
like people wandering all over the office. been handled Wednesday night (the for an opinion on his I L '
regular mid-month meeting). real estate Investments, and was
,;Ms. Faulkner said, yes, she does Riddick then reminded Carter that told, "As long as the real estate investment :'j .

go into other public offices and gets O'Neal and Faulkner were appointed is not gained through information '...,. \ 1
Information on her own without to the recycling committeeby in the zoning office that is it"'' ,

anybody' helping. the NRSWA, saying, "You don'thave' not available to the' public, it is .,..;..;. '.
",Carter repeatedly said he thinks the authority to remove clearly permissible." -
the toning office should be more O'Neal," and later, "You don't have O'Neal said he also sought legal I if.

supervised. the authority to remove Faulkner." opinions from two local attorneys, ",', ..Pf.y "
Director O'Neal 'said Tuesday The NRSWA board Is composed of Reggie Flynn and!RlChard..weItYI; 'f : ...
morning that information access has and each said there I c
commissioners from the three .
coun- ..
it has I ,, '
been restored to the way been ties, Baker, Bradford and Union, interest In his Investing in real !
before Carter limited public access with both Carter and Riddick being estate while serving as' zoning direc- 't' :J\ .".''r' ,..,..; -" .

personnel to the computer to look and up all wanted information office members.Carter admitted he does' not have tor.O'Neal has invested In three "" ';, Rich, smooth Skoal Long Cut Straight.

requests. Using the computer.. the authority to remove either of the parcels, one of which was listed with :, : :. : The'honest tobacco tqste.of Skoal Long Cut Classic. '
anybody knowing the two committee members. the Faulkner ERA Agency, the other ,* .
number can look up other information O'Neal, a certified coordinator is two were listed with other agencies; Original wintergreen and refreshing mint too.
about the parcel, such as the available to ...
coordinator for the NRSWA. In that anyone.Commissioner '
zoning classification. capacity, O'Neal recommended Wilbur Waters said ; ',Easy to use, asy to handle:.Its a chewer's change of pace.

Asked how:.the Monday meeting Bradford committee members to real estate agent Laverne Outlaw
went'Carter said "If you ask them Riddick from various Interests in the has complained that O'Neal is slow J' -

build-aacclock."is Carter' also tell told how the county: U-CAP, the school system, in returning telephone calls. Riddick
the business community, civic club defended O'Neal- saying when z
board that.tChairman. (Jr. Women), Chamber of Commerce O'Neal returns to his office, he may y',
; Carter called the ,the Extension Service and an have 20-30 calls, and must. priortize I'reel rrwaaurxl
special meeting Monday March 12, individual. Ms. Faulkner was appointed the calls he returns. .
to discuss "changes that make me as a representative of the Jr. Carter said maybe .o'Neal"has
look bad." Carter was referring to woman's Club.In more than one person can do, and
procedural changes In the zoning of- the regular meeting Carter the office needs to' be divided, In,
nee: made as the result of instructions said Ms. Faulkner was spending too which case, the salary will be divid- : sNBOT
Carter at the
by. Chairman ed also.
much time in the zoning office. ,
regular commissioner meeting theprior O'Neal said work on the Recycling O'Neal said he supervises 16
Monday March S. Committee required a great deal of employees in widely separated
,*In the March 5 meeting Chairman time,and,Ms.Faulkner spends time areas, attends several night A8AFfItTEHNATIVE /
Carter came down hard on O'Neal, researching zoning information. meetings each month, speaks before / TA' t h .,
laying ,he,(Carter) has received a Chairman Carter said Realtor various groups, and. takes work +ttI S r
number of complaints about the zoning Lavern Outlaw has complained to home with him. t

office/that O'Neal hasn't always him that O'Neal will no longer give The zoning office has returned to
been polite, that Realtor Susan him zoning Information over the provl Faulkner has spent too much time inthe .telephone.O'Neal said his office quit records by the public through use of

zoning! office, and that the public giving! zoning 1,,'--"...f Inn ww he a computer in the office.


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i Woman's Place in "American Is Focus
-O-D'[ i History 1
I :
I :: 'J: i ; ) ) :,

4, \\. "' t March
,. .. n OfAttention During the Month of

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and Dickering Ir1Ml1Y -,1 .

ew eJ

Delays Wheels of GovernmentFirst

W.yy s Y werr : gad.., IYIUiwwMnwwrs Abs in.. ffwM.ll

it was Hampton ... then it was ministrator to earn his salt! must be anADMINISThATOR : + retvrda !aM "x w.il"i yryyls ,ATM 4-

Lawtey.. and now the bug of "bickeringand with powers that T
dickering" seems to nave bitten the some commissioners might be reluctantto ,
County Commission. As a recent grand bestow upon him. For Instance, he (or ;: : w b.r a+yvr a A I 1M P /.,,7 Y ,

jury report recommended to the Lawtey she) would have control of spending as
for in the budget once it is approved
Council: Quit bickering and get on with provided ,
the public s business.In by the board. The administrator
would also have the authority to hire and
the case of the County Commission, fire. Are the Commissioners willing to

however, the so-called "bickering" may forego these and other powers that wouldbe ac x .
in bringing
have served a worthwhile purpose -
administrator to do
for an
to light some issues that need necessary
clari ying. Among these are: the job?

Does the Commission chairman have In regard to whether the zoning direc-

the authority to deny public access to tor's side-line of investing in real estate is

computerized public records, such as a conflict of interest as Chairman Carter

zoning matters, when they are not believes walking the fine line of "con-

available from any other source? flict of interest" is a matter that must be Lrii

Granted, it may be necessary to have determined by the State Ethics Commis- __._ _____i ,__ __ '
i -
Carter he has 0
staff supervision and assistance, since sion and says already
of those seeking such informationwould steps in that direction.
have no expertise in operating Women Helped Boost Soldier Morale
O'Neal has
director an opinion
Zoning drill-master (In reareenter) was Capt. R.C.Ilelberger of the
computers. The additional expense in from Steve Stoking, attorney for the Women have always been a big morale-builder for men local unit of the Home Guards. '
providing this assistance to the general Ethics Commission, that O'Neal's in- who were fighting the wars. This bevy of beauties are pic- H Is notable that the hair styles worn by these young ladles
public could be overcome by requiring a vesting in real estate does not constitute a tured In this old photograph during a patriotic flag drill durhundred years ago, could readily pass for those still In
reasonable fee for computer access. But conflict of interest "as long as the real ing the Spanish-American War period In the late 1890s.Their fashion today.

to deny this access to the public would estate investment is not gained through played an important role In city Improvement
come dangerously close to denying them information in the zoning office that is not as March"Women's is being observed nationally ever since. to feed! the children at home.
History Month" and Santa
access to public records. available to the public, it is clearly per- Fe Community College has scheduled Women may not have fought in the After the Civil War,when Starke and
The question of whether the zoning of- ., missable," Stolting said. a series of events featuring"Women ranks with the military in those days other Southern towns were under
fice director is wearing more hats than he in Business and Industry", they were too busy cooking meals, ten' military rule during Reconstruction,
Commissioner Ross Chandler sug- the local Guards were disbanded by the
be to is ding children, and washing clothes -
can matter reasonably the Commission expected must manage decide for gested that Carter's mandate for changes Throughout the month a series of but they inspired the men with moral Federal government.After .
a m operation of the zoning office "should films featuring "Women in Businessand backing and patriotic fervor. They per the Reconstruction period end-
itself. They are the ones who passed the have been made through Mr. Riddick, Industry' will be available for formed an invaluable service during ed, Home Guards were' allowed to
hats on to the zoning director in the first viewing at the SFCC campus in World War I, when Mrs. A. M. Darby in the 1880s. They
place. If such demands are unreasonable, who is the commissioner in charge of that Gainesville. The month-long activitieswill and her Red Cross helpers in the volunteered for service in the Spanish-
should be made.At department". This would seem to be the close with the Women of Distinction Woman's Club packed thousands of American War and again the women
changes usual procedure, although there may be Award Ceremony on March 28 at 7:30 bandages and other supplies for the played an important role, serving food
the special Commission meeting no specific guidelines governing such p.m. in Building E auditorium. The men overseas. to soldiers on troop trains passing
keynote will be Lana Jane
Monday morning, several members said matters. LewisBrent"chief executive officer of The ladies were there in the 1890s, through Starke on the way to encamp-
the problems that Chairman Carter Sunshine Junior Stores and 1989 too. From earliest times Starke girls ment.
perceives in the operation of the county Although these are issues of serious member of the Working-Woman Hall of were noted for their beauty and charm In 1909 the State militia was Incor-
concern there is nothing here that and their readiness to back the local"Guard"
Fame. up porated into the Florida National
office not the real issue.. the
zoning reasonable cannot resolve by Guard, for
men providing men service in the
real issue, they say, is that O'Neal is "Women in History Mdnth" is a well- Mexican War World Wars I and II and
reach reasonable ,
reasonable means to a deserved tribute to the role that women Starke has had a militia in one formor
overworked and Bradford County needs a conclusion.The have played in the making of America another since Indian War days in the later in Korea and Vietnam.
county administrator.That from Betsy Ross, who designed andcreated 1830s and '40s. These earliest groups Women have been active in the
is well taken and wecouldn't grand jury's advice was sound. the first Stars and Stripes, to were composed of civilian volunteerswho American Legion Auxiliary throughoutthese
point End the "bickering" and get on with the Susan Anthony, who fought for enrolled for periodic duty during years, and are now serving along
agree more. But an ad public's business. woman's suffrage (the right to vote); Indian uprisings and other emergenciesthat with men, in various branches of the
Amelia Erhart who pioneered womenin threatened their homes. service. They are also playing an important
aviation,and the women who are now
Starting with the outbreak of the Civil role in business and industry
their in armed .
taking place services.It
Medicade War in 1861 the militiamen were more with many serving in positions at the
Many Recipients Pay highest level. They have always been
I was a woman, Mary Todd, who led formally organized. One company was the backbone of public school faculties,
headed by Capt. J.C. Richard (
the project for plantin( oak trees along pronounced
for which they were long underpaid,
for Unnecessary CoverageA the women streets who of organized Lawtey; m the the first lilitos Ladies, and Battle of Ri-chard'Olustee and) which elsewhere fought at when the and are just now starting to receive
compensation more'in keeping with .
needed. The women were also in there
Aid thai into the Woman'sClub
grew their abilities to instruct, well ad-
as as
pitching, sending food to the men at
not want to for illJless. of Starke in the early 1900s and has minister in the field of education.
recent study shows that roughlyhalf help pay catastrophic Olustee when there wan hardly enough.
of the 3.5 million low-ineomfe older coverage for lower income, :':\\rr' 'r. %..V' ofI' :

Americans now covered, by Medicaid "Americans. 0 I.

spend hundreds of dollars for private The number of older Americans who Hear ngi/ fRshop: on Kingsl y110FW

medical insurance when it is not cannot afford medigap insurance is ex-

necessary.The pected to increase sharply as the cost of Set for March 21 at Camp Blanding .

stud projects that ,between 1.5 premiums continue to soar. -

million two million people 65 and The government's General Accoun- Among the groups endorsing the ap- development, and affects only projects

over are carrying private insurance ting Office surveyed 20 major medigap Everyone who has ever bathed, plication are Camp Blanding officials, requiring DER permits," she explained. -
such as so-called "medigap" policieseven insurers last year and found that 1990 boated, or skiicd on Kingsley Lake Kingsley Lake Property Owners .
Medicaid their knows that it is Association,Strickland Landing,New
though covers an outstanding body of
expected to increase
premiums were
by After the hearing/workshop, DER
Kingsley Beach Clay County Commis-
water but it has never been officially
necessary expenses. an average of 19.5 percent this year. designated as such. sioners, and the Santa Fe Lake will present a report and recommendation. -
"The findings clearly demonstratethat More than half of this increase was at- Dwellers Association. to the Florida Environmental

much more needs to be done to pre- tributed to repeal of the catastrophic Now that title of distinction may Klemm said that OFW designationwill Regulation member board Commission appointed by, the a Governor. seven-

vent the sale of medigap policies to per- package. The AARP study found that become a reality. of existing help prevent water quality further in deterioration the lake by If ERC gives its approval, the

sons who are eligible for Medicaid people paid an average of$705 annually Next Wednesday, March 21, the raising standards of activities that re- designation usually takes effect in
benefits," according to officials of in premiums for their medigap policies. Florida Department of Environmental quire a DER permit. "It does not stop about one month, Klemm said.

American Association of Regulation will hold a public hearing at .
AARP ( Horace Deets, executive director of
7 in the Camp Blanding armory to
Retired Persons). the AARP, says that many benefits that discuss p.m. and receive public comment on
would have been paid under the a proposal to designate Kingsley Lake FLORIDA WITHOUT
The survey found more than three catastrophic act will not be receiveddue and a portion of the North Fork of Black

million older Americans who do not to its repeal. Therefore, this Creek as Outstanding Florida Waters.All BEACHES?

qualify for medicaid say they cannot af- coverage will now be out of reach of this interested time. persons will be heard at
+ Jim cabinet also agreed to name a
By Smith
their Medicare
ford to supplement many older persons. t
other Kingsley Lake, which feeds the North Florida Secretary of State member task force which has
medigap or
coverage health by buying That number is The question was asked on a recent Fork of Black Creek, is part of a system Beaches already held several! meetings to
private policies. television program, "Who will carry the that eventually flows into the St. Johns mean much mora to discuss a permanent source of
expected to grow as medigap premiumsrise torch for older Americans?" Senator. River and at one time, in the 1930s, was Florida than just the vacation revenue for beach restoration, acquisition
since the recent images of sun, surf and sand. and
especially studied as a possible source of water to
Medicare coverage for catastrophichealth Claude Pepper did for more than half a supply the City of Jacksonville. This Beaches have a S24-billion impact Possible sources of revenue
The repeal was century, but now that he is gone, no one proposed plan was never developed, on the state's economy because of would be user fees imposed on
care expenses. has come forward to fight the battles of however. their Important role in attracting tourists or businesses that benefit
caused largely by wealthier recipientsof the His win tourism, Investment, population from
aged. shoes be hard, if impossible economically Florida's
Black Creek and Kingsley were also
Medicare who did not need, and did and revenue. beaches
to fill. part of a proposed cross-state canal or a transfer fee on the
Surprisingly, Florida is standing sale of coastal property. Either of'
route than 150
surveyed more years ago
by the U.S. Government. This route, quietly by while this precious then would raise millions of
Bush Wants States to Carry however,was abandoned because of the resource vaN shea.Sandy beaches, dollars a year that could be put to
great expense of constructing locks to the world-recognized trademark ofFlorida's work restoring,protecting and acquiring .
I float ships across Trail Ridge west of biggest Industry and employer beaches and fragile dune
Burden the lake, where the elevation above sea ,are steadily washing away. lines., .
Transportation level la 260 feet. More than 217 miles of beach To allow legislators time to consider
a quarter of all beaches-are
Kingsley Lake, which is fed by beach management funding
currently eroding and threatened
At the tender age of 23, in his ,first dent and "The Kinder, Gentler Presi- stable countless lake springs in this area, is rated because the it is most not by extinction. proposals meetings during, the the winter task force's committee '

for election to the Illinois dent", On top of this, he now wants to be entirely dependent on rainfall or sur- Beaches were under Increasing final recommendations will be .
Genera Assembly, ,Abraham Lin- "The Transportation President" Thatis face water runoff. Some geologists also pressure from the effects of develmade in February. The Florida
coln in his infinite wisdom r'expressed IF the States will pay most of the cost. believe that it may be the oldest lake opment and natural erosion when Department of Natural Resourcesa /
Perhaps he thinks he'll earn a place in and the highest elevated lake In widely heralded 1987 manage- (DNR) also has followed my recommendatlon -,
concern over the nation's transportation history as 'The No New TaxesPresident" Florida.This is based on the fact that it ment plan designed to in-
problems. is perched on the east slope of Trail to protect them was elude funding and
Ridge which was the first part of the enactedbythelAgis' staffing for the
In that day before railroads and hard- Bush is pointed to as a President who Florida peninsula to emerge from the lature. That act has ;, y Beach Management

surfaced highways, the nation's farmers, bases his every move in accordance with sea In prehistoric times. been praised but .' +' Act in its budget request

lumbermen, and manufacturers were what the latest poll shows. But there is The "Kingsley OFW 'application has largely Ignored. We for 1990. The c
and man-made been endorsed by the St. Johns River have the administra '
dependent on rivers department has
one poll to which he pays no attention. A
canals to get their products to the market Water Management District based on tlveandlegal"ame- asked for $4.7
recent poll showed beyond a doubt that staff advice that Kingsley and the work to save the ,million.
place. With his knowledge of the nation'sneeds the American people are willing to pay' North Fork of Black Creek have "great beaches. It's tint*we Public
and his vision of the future, Lincoln recreational and ecological did support Is ,
of \\tI. 'aJ'
clearly foresaw the necessitx of what we .safe er federal taxes if they are significance! and drain to the lower,St. Everyone with anInterest crucial to achieving
infrastructure highways, and other in- Johns River, legislative approval
now call "the including bridfs In florid* 'or these
adequate highways and bridges. And Lin- frastructure n of dollars by Water-management staffers reportedto economy should also steps to
is to loss of life by the SJRWMD governing board that lave our beaches.
coln saw The need of a nationwide new taxes preferable Kingsley is Important recreationally. be interested In preserving robably no other'
roads. its beautiful
transportation system, requiring rotting single natural assets
Its beaches draw nearly 120 000 visitors beaches.. The
cooperation of the states and the national Bush talks a good fight almost as annually, and it is also used for recrea- benefits economic of- Jim Smith as widely shared "

government. good as his predecessor in the White tion by the National Guard, and Girl development and a Secretary_; of State >y Floridians and
Scouts of America,who have a camp on our 'millions of
the demands of commerce on House, but when it comes to follow- the southwest side. healthy tourist industry are felt visitors. I'm sure you feel as I do
the Today, have increased a through, he ]is sadly lacking. He is also DER also reported that The Black across the state. For example, when I say that Florida wouldn't
infrastructure time. But uncomfortable with what he calls "the vi- Creek basin Is important ecologically tourists pay 20 percent of the sales re Florida without Its hundreds of'
thousandfold since Lincoln's sion thing" which is foresight for the as a nursery for many species of fish,as tax that finances most govern miles of soft sandy beaches.
since 1960 investment in the infrastructure well flora and ment activities. '
Abraham Lincoln as some endangered Speak to or write legislators
future had it. That'swhy your
has declined more than fifty percentas fauna. Although the Legislature has about supporting actions
percentage of the nation's Gross Na- he could see the need for more efficient Janet Klemm, an environmental failed to finance the provisions of necessary to make beach /

tional Product. infrastructure, even in the days specialist with DER said the,water the 1987 Beach Management Act protection a reality. Ask city and
when transportation depended on cargo management dlstrlctls resolution will which contains some of theprotection county officials to join you In con,4; ,,4
enhance the likelihood of Kingsley and
and hand-propelled barges stroneat .
Now back the ships on tactingl.wmaker .Andpieaseact.measures :
comes George Bush on Black Creek receiving OFW designation. -
In the nation
rivers and streams. And he also saw the colleagues Soon, so there Is time to gathern '
scene with another' I want to be... Dur- on the State Cabinet have ..
ing the campaign he wanted to be "The need for the Government carrying the Ms. Klemm said that numerous letters capted my recommendation that acstrength before the 1990 'legisla :, :
and tlve session begin. We
of from individuals are run-
Educational President". "The C(\n w rva- major share of financing for this infrastructure organization support, and the absence of I letters we comply with the la was much asw. nine late on .n, issue th ,f. very
< rather than trying to shift it have made .e can without the money. Th. Important .
n President", the "Drug War Presi- opposing the proposal, a to FI"rida.
to the backs of the struggling t states. stronger case for Kingsley.


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""rch 15. 101)0 TKI.KCKAPIIItems P. .a.. .
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;; Homecoming Set

At Heilbron ,, .
Baptist Church [

Homecoming will be celebrated' ,;, oc"'a Meetings j.
'tt!t''. March 18, at Heilbron Baptist, '
r Church. Sunday school, 9:43 a.m.; 'Weddings '
5 rte morning services at 11 a.m.; lunchat
i i4 wl '', 1 p.m. "; Engagements
Singing will be held after lunch,
.>F % 'ir" h M1 j 1. featuring Franklyn Nazworth and eirtlis

.?; err al, ... his sons and other singers.

Souls Outreach

Mission, Mar.RevivalSet 16 ( Births ]

Souls Outreach Mission of Hampton '-
Florida, will host a revival
y' beginning at 7 p.m. nightly, Friday, ,Cory Loyd Walker James Brantley
,t i .. 't March lasting till God is through. Dave and Stacey Walker of Brandon BarberMr.
Evangelist to Bobby Ruls Inviteseveryone ,,Florida announce the birth of a and Mrs. James E. Barber an-
son,Gory Ixyd born Sunday,Feb. 18. nounce the birth cf a son, James
He weighed 8 IDS. 5 oz. and was 21 in- Brantley born Feb. 4.Brant Joins one
+ ""'Iii ches long. brother,]Brad and a sister, Brooke.
Weddings Portraits Maternalgrandparalffi are Dr.and Maternal grandparents are Rev.
4.z 4.
Mrs. J.E. Denmark of Starke and
Mrs. Ben P. Bryant Starke.
/ :.9li Mrs. Newell Alderman of Oxford. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Paternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs.J.W.Williams of Starke and Mr.
:Mrs. Marlin D. Walker of Brandon, and Mrs.D.E. Barber Debary,Fla.
Pliotogr4E; fJl Mr. and Mrs. C.W..Walker of Tampa Greet grandmothers are Jacquelyn
and Mr. and. Mrs.Lloyd Malone of U Batchdor of Starke and Maureen
r !Der k:;. Clvafez' Perry. Dove cf
I \. Miami.
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Phone 964-8877 I''t'; .., h{" ;;it .;.I..U\4.. .
One of These Girls is the New Strawberry Queen... Business; Phone 964-2184:: .J : .
Reigning Strawberry Queen Wanda Mueller, front Mueller, Lori Mann. ;".;j. .
center, poses with!! the "young. ladles seeking the title Second row: Kim Single ory, Angel Ramsey, MarJI
of 1190! Strawberry <>"?! "-1.e pageant Is set April 71n hall Teresa Bassett. z zt
the Bradford Hlgb w"'orlJJ1 Third rows Donna McDavId, Emily Tew Noy
The young ladles, above posing on the steps of the Srlvlbul.
Starke Woman's Club, ores Fourth row AIlYlon Thompson,Mindy Gnann, Shoe
Firat row Tavla Hedding ,98 Queen Wanda Blom, Kern Flllyaw DOll :.[e Offer

13 Girls in 1990 Strawberry- Queen Pageant ,,'.1;.

Brit Lights! Big City I Here we modeling session at the Modeling[ scholarships.The money is collected iuu', ,
Connection in Gainesville, a free each year by the Junior Woman's ,
The theme for the 28th annual make-up demonstration by Naomi, Club Scholarship Committee. The # a ,j 'I5 zi I.
Bradford County Strawberry Herres of Merle Norman,a free hair scholarships are administered by ,
Pageant should provide much ex- makeover at Illusions Salon in the Santa Fe Endowment Corporation -
citement for all,says Lorna Reddishof Starke, a special outing Just for fun, through Santa Fe Community ,
the Junior Woman's Club, the an interview with the pageant College.. ,.
sponsoring organization. judges the day of the pageant and In addition, each contestant will r.f r.
Thirteen beautiful Bradford girls two full rehearsals prior to the receive a gift after the pageant. a
will be competing April 7,the Satur- pageant.So The pageant and all activities
day night preceding the Bradford proceeding it serve as a valuable
County Fair, at the Bradford High the girls will be busy, busy, learning experience for the girls, f
auditorium. says Ms. Reddish. says Ms. Reddish. The hopes of the
All the while the girls will be Junior Woman's Club Is that it will
Pre-pageant activities got under choosing their sportswear, swim- instill confidence and pride in each
way Sunday, March 11, when the 13 suit, an evening gown and interview girl who compete for the title that for
girls and their mothers gathered at dress and all the accessories that 28 years has been cherished by the
the Starke Woman's Club for orien- make each outfit just right. winner as much as Bradford Coun- t
tation. The girls chose their Much work is involved.for each tians cherish their strawberries, rritI
numbers and were given a calendarof girl but the rewards are great,says says Ms. Reddish.
events of the functions they will Ms. Reddish. The queen will receivea Pageant coordinators this year
attend in preparation for the $1,200 scholarship. The first and are Nancy Thomas and Tammy
pageant.The functions will Include a second runners-up will receive $600 Clemons.

I Engagements FreeT.Free.
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Shirley Buddy WilkersonTo Gauthier, G. fit
Wed Mar. 17 n' ;I'HIJ: :lL '<; .
-:!2 'ItVJ&UV : r
.Shirley yG uthier. f Starke and .LI' "
Horace N. Wilkerson of I
Gainesville will"Buddy"be united in mar- Wtld 1 l1oonies.1 )urs I'
riage Saturday March 17, !in the i Lesson I "
First The Presbyterian bride-elect is Church the daughter at 6 p.m.of With Any$14.SO Merle Norman I I, ;I

Eva Eddings and the late James P. GdsmetfcPunchase I
Eddings of Starke.She is a graduateof .'I ) ;rr Create your perfect Spring 1I I II

Bradford High School and Jones r li I Your Wild Luxuries gift will help .I I. makeover with our newest coUeeI I
College. The groom-to-be is the son '
into the look .1.I
Wilkerson and the late you spring newest
floe of camouflage colors,The Big I II
Horace. Wilkerson of Ocala. He is for naturals with eyeshadows in I
a graduate of Ocala Forest High I Color Hunt. It's adventure: in capturing I
School, Ocala. Haze and Soft L I I.'
All friends and relatives are cor- I lipstick in Polished eleach.I your most put-together look I IYou'll
Arlene Paulette Brown
a perfect
dially invited to attend. I I' with eyeshadows blushers lipsticks
Thomas S.Stitt ,
I also find Medium Neutral I
I and nail glazes in untamed naturals.They'll .
I DonnaMoodY.E. :--JI: Susan Faulkner, Paulette Thomas Stitt Brown, I Total Finish Makeup and moisturereplenishing I make you want to take off I II

I Donna Moody Darrel O'NealTo To Wed April I Luxiva Collagen for Merle Norman and follow the I II
Wed March 24 I
We have
Support. one gift
Len EavesTo Ruby Aline Brown and Artemus I per trail back season after season. I
Wed May 26 The marriage of Darrell O'Neal Brown of Lake Butler announce the customer while our supplies last.' I II '
and Susan Faulkner will be held at I
engagement and approaching mar-
Mr. & Mrs. Seeber Wesley Moody, the Chart House Restaurant in St. riage of their daughter, Arlene : -
Jr. of Lake Butler announce the ap Augusting, Fla. at 3 p.m. on March Paulette of Starke, to Thomas mERLE nORmAnCOSM.ETIC
marriage of their 24.No Steven Stitt of Starke son of Wayne :
Donna Lenore to Len invitations are being sent. All and Diane Mundorff of Keystone
Eugene Eaves. Len la the son of Mr. friends and relatives of the coupleare Hei hffi. : STUDIOS
& Mrs. Andrew J. Eaves III of invited to attend the ceremonyand The wedding will be an event of I I II II
Starke. reception immediately follow April 7 in the First Presbyterian '
The wedding Is set for May 26 at 4 ing. Church of Starke. I MERLE NORMAN i COSMETIC STUDIO I
p.m. in the First United Methodist The bride-elect Is a graduate of :

follow Church the in Starke.ceremony A reception In Fellowship! will l't', ;;,f.... #-.., ';'l .. ."'I .;; :''; .. Union Butler.County High. School, Lake I 118 S. Thompson St. 964-7355

Hall. The groom-to-be is a graduate of I----------- _ _ -
Donna and Len graduated In 1985 Bradford High School Starke.
from Bradford High School. Donna
graduated Santa Fe Community Col.lege
In 1988 with an AA degree. She

will graduate Florida In the April.University. ofNor.h EVERYTHING'S. COMING .UP SAVINGS. AT NAPA

National Len Is Guard employed at Snyder by the Armory Florida Your Headqu rters For Small Engine ParBs

OMS Three in Jacksonville.
All family and friends are Invitedto .
attend the wedding and reception. ,I ).
FREE Flower Seeds .

; From Park Seed Co \\,
'Ffoe,pack 6'f seeds wrthnftyvpwifcltoie.gt .
porticipalinp stores:, I Park Seed

.. while supplies fosK *

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Scotty Lynne Anders Dukes ,,.' ov

Lynne Dukes, LJIa9E ) ,'
Scotty Anders

Announce EngagementMr. Mac's Mac's Hand Extension Gasoline WD-40 NAPA Oil
and Mn. John Dukes of 9
Starke,announce the engagement of Spray Cord Can 12oz.; con > 'Include. HD-30

their daughter i14e.Lynne Gwen to Williams Scotty Degreaser 50' 1 gallon! [ I $1.75
Anders, son of
of Lawtey and Billy Anders of 15 oz. size 50Uize. outdoor plastic \ 42150. 1l1OW3O10W40/1

Starke.A June. 9 wedding(Is planned. $1.66 $7.99.1. $817-4000 3.99 / "
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The brlde-elect is a 198 graduateof '
Bradford High School and is Mac's Carb' STARKE TORPARrS:" .
employed at Community State Bank
01 Starke.ThellJtlOmelect. & Choke Starke.'FL \
: Is a 19M graduate 155 W, Brownlee Street I''' 'It't; ) ,1.. .' Because there'are no "Hmflrunimportant
of Bradford High SChoor and Is Cleaner.I ,, ,
employed at Winn Dixie Warehouse $1.49ii oz. ((904)) 964-6060 VI, parts .

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."al\ TKLKCKAPH; ; March IS. 1990
eater) that was 8 ft. tall and li ft.. was fun. We tnen wrote a story on Boone in the library and a list will be students read two stories a week. On teach it. We have Chris Sapp comingto
Southside long. It weighed 20,000 Ib.s and had 'the back of a pizza we colored telling provided showing a picture of each Fridays, the students do creative our Math class Charlene Griff is.
bony plates on his back and four our family about our trip. Con- product. 'writing. This past Friday, I read apart a tutor in Mrs. Dunbar's 1st grade.In .
sharp spikes on his tail. We are in gratulations to our Gina Silcox for Fifth Grade News Fifth' grade Is of a story to the students and let Miss Wasdin's class Patricia
Elementary the process of making a life-size winning the Recycling poster con- proud of Erin Hamilton who has them write the ending of the story. Foster and Danielle Barnett tutor.
Stegosaurus. We've learned poems been chosen to represent our schoolas They drew pictures about their story These students work hard and have
School NewsCalendar anti songs about dinosaurs and we test.Campbell Label News: Southside a "Dreamer and Doer". Erin was and really enjoyed this activity, earned a chance (to help others. A
our study of these School collected 11,150 Campbell's selected because of her academic Christina Carmichael Laura Dobbs, beautiful silk flower arrangementwas
fantastic creatures. "Family of Products" labels since achievement, creativity, and extracurricular Celacey Green, Kelly: Miller, presented to the school in
Mrs. McKinne '. 1st Grade: We the beginning of the school year. activities. She is an Thomas Smith and Mona Hall are recognition of Black History Month
of Event have been busy learning about'telling These were mailed to Campbells for A-B honor roll student Safety Star Spellers.They made 100's on all for the school year 1989-19UO. The
Mar. 16: Wear Green Today and : which we will receive four videos to Patrol.,. member of the ;Southside: of the Spelling tests in February quote Inscribed was:
Mar. 21: Early Release, 1 p.m. We areealsotlearning how to countmoney. be used by all grades. Please keep News Team. Good luck Erin, In the They've vi-ked," haul, and I'm very "The great thing 'I" the world Is
Mar. 28-29: P.E. Field Day .We went on a mini-trip to the sending labels to school as our con county competition! proud of them! not so much where we stand, as"In.
from Mrs. Baker's 5th grade: Our Bradford County courthouse and test will continue. If you do not know Mrs Dempsey's Language'Arts: Mrs. Lopez 4th Grade They say what direction we are moving. -
of class the has Indian been tribes doing that reports the pioneersmet on some then had. lunch at the Pizza Hut.. It A which labels to save, contact Mrs. has been working very hard. The the best way to learn: something! Is to Oliver Wendell Holmes.

on their move westward. They
made diagrams showing how the different

From tribes Mrs.lived.Reddish' 3rd grade fl %
Farms \
This month we've been studying Holly .1 (
plants and their parts. Thanks to all ( 0 ]
the students who have brought in
plants. Did you know that a potatowas _
a stem' Did you know that a Grade A
carrot is part of the root? We've just
finished a story about Harry i
Houdini, a famous magician. Someof
the students learned and performed -
magic tricks for the class, Our WHOLEFRYERS
library has several books that teach
you how to do magic. Check one out I _
and amaze your friends.
From Mrs. Boone, Library: In
January, the library had a display _
featuring Arbor Day and the laden-
tiflcation of local trees. Students
were encouraged to write a statement _
as to why we need trees and try _
to identify the sample branches
brought In.Elaine L SUN. MON. TUES. WED THUll. Fill. SAT. )

Murray, Mrs. Blackuhear's 1Z 13 14 15 1. terI
English Class: I think our country is 1.
almost like a big problem. We haveso
many things wrong with it.Drugsare Prices In this ad good Monday, Lb
a major problem. Children are March 12 thru Sunday, March 18, 1990. a
using drugs at the age of 7 years old.
Isn't that terrible? Another major
problem is pollution.Ther are many h1
gases and smells that are bad for Choice .
a I,,
your health; many people are g
breathing these gases. Trash is also
thrown everywhere. Another major
problem is a good ELESs 1 I'' 1 I
think that an education is .
that just comes and goes. Well, my I
opinion is that an education is a gift CHUCK
that only God gives, for instance to
people, like me, an educationis
a hard to come by thing. Somesome nOAS
people have learning disabilities.For .
the people who can learn quickly s i I
should take their education seriously -
because one day,they're going to
need it in order to apply for a job.
Sunkist Seedless
Mrs. Tetstone's 2/3 Grade: Terrific 9 8
Kids for February were John
Thornton and James Rose. Thanks,
boys, for being super,citizens! We NAVEL
earned a free pizza party from Pizza
Hut I Our reading class excited.
The children will be treated is so to pizzaon _
March 8. They earned the party Lb. 12 12 Oz. Cans ORANGES
by completing the
necessary requirements -
by the Book-It Program. Diet Pepsi/ OLDMILWAUKEE
Thanks to all our parents for U
with the program.The children really .
enjoyed their book buddies at ,
school.The book buddies read booksto peP.51 OLDMILWAUKEE 1179 j
each other on a weekly basis. A
big, big thanks to our managers at '
Pizza Hut for delivering our pizzas 1.. .,., .. LT.

Elementary and for helping with us this.Soulhside terrific : ?O ','itr pka, 11 I

reading program. Our faculty and $
staff appreciate you all! Whole 299
$ 9'
Third Grade: Parents, March 19 Extra Lean I
our 3rd grade will travel to Jackson- 0
ville to watch a live stage productionof 4
"Wizard of Oz". Plan ahead for a BO STON 12-120z.Cans.Mtn.Dew.3.29 ,
packed lunch and a chilled canned 2
drink. We know this will be an exciting Liter-Pepsi ,
field and Related Items... .. 1.09
Mrs.Morgan's trip. K.class learning Whites
about dinosaurs. We've learned that BUTTS ; :
Tyrannosaurus Rex was a carnivore \ 1,5 Gallo Burgundy "Your Choice" U.S. No. 1

(meat eater) that was 18 ft. tall and Lb. Fresh Green
46 ft. long. It also weighed 14,000 Rhine Chablis Pink 10 LB. BAG
pounds and had 60-6" very sharp BeansLb.Tender

teeth Stegosaurus We've was a herbivore learned (plant that )) hablis, Red Rose, Vin Yellow SquashPOTATOES

Starke Elem. 9 C Rose, Premium Blush Stalk Crisp

School News Crunchy Celery, $

Principal's Messages Thanks to Lb $379
the J parents; who attended our School G9 1
Advisory Council Meeting on March
6 and to all of our Resource Speakerswho Lb.
made our Career Day a success.
Dates to Remember: Wed.,March
21, Early Release Day. Students
dismissed from school at 1 p.m. p .
Friday, March 16: Hat Daysponsored o
by Student Council.
Mrs. Strong's Fifth Grade Class:
Congratulations to Erica Johns for
being selected the school winner in
the Dreamers and Doers Program. 16 Oz.Cut Green Beans/French Style Green 7.5 Oz. Beef-A-Roni/Lassgna/ 10 Oz. Ham &: Cheese/
Student of the Week: English, Beans/17 Oz.-.Whole Kernel Corn/16 Oz.. Cream -; Beef Ravioli/Spaghetti With Meat-. Pepperoni Pizza
Gregory Moss; Science, Bruce Mat- Style Corn balls/Tic-Tac-Toes With MeatballsCHEF
tox; Social Studies, Rhonda HOT POCKETS

Sarika Reading Patel.Erica Johns; Spelling 14.5. Oz. Cut Green Beans/14 Oz. French Style PASTA .

Student of the Week (March 5-8)); .Green Beans/15 Oz: *!Whole Kernel Corn/ 9
Science Carrie Crawford; Math, '15 Oz:-, Cream Style Corn 2/8/ 9 y $19
Sarika Patel; English, Jessie Con- C
Social verse': Spelling,Rasheeta Chandler; STOKELY 'VEGETABLES
Studies Eddie Jackson;
Reading, Jason White; Helping .
Hand Pete Allen and Angela

Hilliard. .
!Mrs. Paterson's Pre-lit We .21.5 Oz. -"Betty' Crocker Family 3 Pack Butter/Natural 4.5 Oz. Bacon Cheesebur er/
started a new unit on careers. Our 16 Oz. Sealtest
Crocker 4.5 Oz. Cheeseburger/4 Oz. Chicken
Fudge/8.t:; 'Betty
focus for the first week Food LionMICROWAVE
was Sandwich/4 Oz. Fish Sandwich
policemen and firemen. We workedon Microwave pudge/21.5 Oz. Food SOUR CREAM
booklets called "The Friendly LlonI21.5'(3)I'I' Pillsbury Fudge POPCORN HORMEL MICROWAVE
Sheriff". These booklets were provided BROWNIE MIXES
by the Bradford County = SE3L SANDWICHES
Sheriffs Department. On Friday,
March 2, Kenny Cooley's mom gave .9 9 lo
a presentation on firefighters. She .99c IcESHoimel
demonstrated an air mask and ;
showed us her uniform. She also
discussed rules for fire safety. Dur
ing the second week, we had _MJ KSE I
Deborah Myers, our school nurse, .ra. dar.
visit our class on Monday, Mar. $.
On Wednesday, Mar. 7, Cheryl 16 OuncQ! : 1 39 Oz. 40 Off'FOOD'LlON"SALTINES 8.25 Oz. Beef Noodle/8 Oz. Chicken
Miller's dad brought a big truck: for Noodle/8 Oz.'Hearty Chicken
a "hands-on" experience. Each student | GAIN DETERGENT Vegetable Beef Country Vegetables
sat in the cab and blow the
horn. On Thursday, Mar. 8, we LUNCH BUCKET
visited Mitchell's Drug Start to talk MICROWAVE SOUPS
to Bobby Autry the pharmacist
A special thanks to Kenny 79'r* $159
Cooley dad for being our speaker
on Career Day, March 9.

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When female' elephants fight It is. Village Shopping Center US. 301 South -- -

said,they usually try to bite off esQ", _
other's tail.




March IS. IBM TELEGRAPH ._ t'II"..7 L

known to lie dead or olive; WILLIAM L. NOTICE OF INTENT tion for dissolution of -marriage'and font County Florida sold parcel! (wing "
UMPMENOU TO CONSIDER ENACTMENT other relief has been filed designated a* parcel 3 on a survey
and The Unknown Heirs against you In
[Legal Notices Devise OP PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY the above-styled : prepared by M.G. McMillan, PLS No. 391
I ] *, Grantees, Assignees. Llenors. Court *ad/ you ore r-
) doted 1978 and also
Creditors, Trustees or Other Claimants THE BOARDOFCOUNTYCOMMISSIONEJlS. ,tulrd t* save a copy .J you wjjHe and April 4. being ,

claiming bV through under or against defenses, tf any. to It *n TERENCI!! M. described a* follows the Northeast: ofseld
_,-- known to baod or alive P.A.. Post Office Box 40 Stark, Florida NWI/4 and run South 00 degrees 31
NOTICE Defendant .' NOTICE 1 IS HEREBY GIVEN that on th- 32091-0040 on or before) the 7th of May minutes and 00 seconds West, along the
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE 2nd day of April. 1990, at 10:00 A.M. the 1990 and file the original with the Clerk Easterly boundary thereof. 1302.56 feet:
Hawthorne REGISTER thane North 89 16 minutes and
has degrees,
mod. Board of Bradford
appllcaItoni of Commissioners of
TOi James County this Court either' before service en
for Vernon Slade and The
SPECIAL EXCEPTION FICTITIOUS NAME 50 seconds West 330.14 feet M the Point'
No. 3 far In session, to be held, the
Unknown County special above-mentioned .Immediately
Heirs or
Package Store for sale of alcoholic' Pursuant to .Section 861.09. Florida Devlss, Grantees. at th Board the Brad- attorney of Beginning, From Point of Beginning
meeting room thereafter
beverages.; bar, tavern, or cocktail Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Assignees, -.. Creditor, trusteesor ford otherwise a thus described continue North 89
County Courthouse, Stark, Florida default will lie
lounge, to the Bradford County Board of undersigned Greg Jon Brumbaugh P.O. through Other Claimant claiming by will consider' the following' ordinance, relief demanded entered In the against you forth degrees, 16 minutes and 50 second;
Adlu"ment on prop.rty that I.c'a"'II.d' Box 738 Metros, Fl 32666, sole owner under or against James Vernon and the thereof. West, 330.14 feet; thence North 00
CG and described below doing business under the firm nom of Blade, who/ I. not known to b* dead or propoed enactment WITNESS my hand and the official seal I degrees, 33 minutes and 24 second

Parcel No. 00476-0-00201 In Section 25. THE HOMESTEAD ACLF SR 100. Intendsto allv*| address unknown but whose last ESTABLISHING BRADFORD COUNTY A MORATORIUM ORDINANCE ON of this Court on the 13th day of March, East 642.02 feet; thence South 89
Township S, Rang 21, located address was c/o Gateway Community 1990. 29 seconds
approximately register said fictitious name under the NEW degrees, minutes and 32
7 mil. west on SR 16 (Carlo's aforesaid statute. Services, 1245 Jessie, Street. Jackson CONSTRUCTION OF SOLID WASTE CLERK OF THE COURT East 320.93 feel; thence South 00 ,
Sandwich Shopp.). ville. Florida VOLUME REDUCING PLANTS WITHIN By:Carol Williams. Deputy Clark
Dated this 1st day of March A.D., degrees 32 minutes and 17 second
The Bradford County Zoning Board will 1990, In Bradford County YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA WHICH TERENCE M. BROWN ESQ. West, 642.90 feet to the Point of Beginn
review' the application and make a 3/014tpd 3/22; Cont. 381 foreclose 0 mortgage encumbering' the UTILIZE HAZARDOUS OR INFECTIOUS TERENCE M. BROWN PA.A. ing.

recommendation. to the Bradford County "" following property In Bradford County. WASTES GENERATED OUTSIDE OF BRAD- Attorney for Husband. Subject to an easement to A.T. S T. as
Board of Adjustment for their public "i''IN THE CIRCUIT COURT; C- Florida FORD COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR DURATION ,P.O. Box 40 recorded In ORB. 60 P. 64 of the public

hearing to be h.ld at 7:30: p.m., In the BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Block One ((1) In Hampton. Section 19 OF MORATORIUM; ESTABLISHINGA Starke, Florida/ 320910040. records of said County.

Commission meeting room of City Hall PROBATE DIVISION Township 7 South, Range 22 East Brad PROHIBITION ON SUBMITTING ((904)) 9W-B272' .." Above described parcel being conveyed
209 N. Thompson Street. Starke, Florida File Number
on Tuesday March 77, 1990. At this time, Division: 1-4151 hen been filed against BARBARA ANY NEW VOLUME REDUCTION ; Cont.No. 400 over the following described parcel:
all persons will be heard concerning' this IN RE: ESTATE OF JEAN $SLADE The Unknown you Heirs' PLANT DURING' THE PERIOD OF THE ..-J. A strip of land 30 feet In width lying IS

application as specified In the Bradford DAVID NICHOLAS SIMONS.. Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Llenors MORATORIUM; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE feet on each side, of the following
County Zoning Codes PROVIDING
Decea.ed. Creditor :
Trustees of Other Claimants EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
Director B.C.B. of ADJ. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe claiming by through under or against The substance of the contemplated ordinance IN AND FOR Commence at the Northeast corner of

Itchg3/1S; Cont. No. 398 administration of the estate of BARBARA\ JEAN SLADE who Is not Is on Ordinance establishing a BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA said SE1/4 of NWI/4 and run South..OO
P.O. Number 3883 DAVID known to lie dead Moratorium on now Construction of CIVIL degrees, 31 minutes and 10 secomta!
File Number 90-17-CP, Is pending In th* UMPHENOUR: and The Unknown Heirs' Solid Waste Volume reducing plant CASE NOl 89-338-CA West, along the Easterly boundary
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL within Bradford which thereof 1317.56 feet to the Point of
Devisees County yllllie RHODE
Circuit Grantees HOSPITAL TRUST
Court for Bradford County. Assignees, Llenors .
COURT OF Hazardous Beginning of sold centerllne. From Point
FLORIDA IN AND FOR or 'Infectious Wastesgenerated
Florida Probate Division the address of Trustee or Other Claimants ,
of thus described North 89
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA outside of Bradford County. Beginning run
which It Bradford Courthouse. claiming/ by through under or against Plaintiff
PROBATE DIVISION County Sold contemplated ordinance be degrees, 16 minutes and 50 secondsWest
Stark, Fl and addresses WILLIAM L. UMPHENOUR; who Is not may vs. i.
32091. The
names along said centerline, 1060 feet
: Inspected by the public at the office of SAMUEL
known G. PETERSEN and
of the personal representative to be dead or alive; and you are thence North 82 degrees 45 minutes and
: 1.4148 the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford
and the personal representatives attorney required to serve a copy of your written JOY PETERSEN his wife, *t al.. 21 seconds
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF County Courthouse, Starke, Florida dur- Defendant. West, along said centerline,
ANNA LEE VAN NETTA are set forth below. defenses, If any. to It or\ Kent. Ridge 8 ing the regular business' hours of B A.M. ,NOTICE OF SALE 260 feet more or less to the Easterly

Decea.ed. All Interested persons are required to Crawford plaintiff'attorney' ,'whose address thru 5 P.M.. Monday thru Friday. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to boundary of the right of way of a County
file with this all claims Is: Graded Road and the end said
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONSTATE court: ((0)) againstth Persons, are advised that If they the Summary '''Final Judgement of 01.
OF FLORIDA estate WITHIN THREE MONTHS Water Sheet Suit 900 decide to appeal decision mode at Foreclosure for Plaintiff RHODE ISLAND centerllne.
COUNTY OF ALACHUA AFTER THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Jacksonville, Florida 32202 the abovementioned any hearing they will HOSPITAL TRUST NATIONAL BANK DATED THIS 9th day of March. 1990.

Th. administration of the Estate of NOTICE and (b) any objection by an interested on or before April 2, 1990, and file the need a record of the proceedings, and dated March 8th 1990 entered In Civil RAY NORMAN

ANNA LEE VAN NETTA Deceased, File person to whom this notice) It original with the Clerk of this Court for such purpose, they may need to ensure Case No. 89-338-CA. of the Circuit Courtof Clerk of the Circuit Court
Number '/90-13-CP Is pending In the Circuit served that challenges the validity of the. either before service on plaintiff's attorney -/ that verbatim record of the proceedings the Eighth-.Judicial Circuit In and for By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk
Court for Bradford County Florida will the qualifications of the personal or Immediately thereafter; otherwise Is made, which record Includes Bradford County. Florida wKereln Published In Bradford County Telegraph'

Probate) Division, the address of whichIs representative, venue or jurisdiction of a default will be) entered againstyou the testimony and evidence upon which SAMUEL G. PETERSEN and JOY A. March 15 and 22, 1990. Copies furnished

: Bradford County Courthouse,. P.O. the Court WITHIN THE LATER O! THREE for the relief demanded In the com the appeal Is to be based. PETERSEN hie.wife. GREEN/ TREE ACCEPTANCE i( to:
plaint or petition. INC..-. ROY E.". ALLRED and Thomas D. DeCarlo, Esquire EdwardsAngell
Box B, Stark, Florida 32091 the name MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF DATED this 5th day of March. 1990.
WITNESS hand and the seal of this FRANCES ALLRED, his wife. th 8 250 Royal Palm Way P.O. Box
and address of the Personal Representative THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER my BOARD. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS are *
3403 Palm Beach Florida 33480.
THE DATE OF Court on the 9th day of March 1990. BRADFORD Defendants. A.
Joy Petersen P.O. Box 416 LaVtey,
ANNA LEE THIS NOTICE RAY NORMAN Norman Clerk the I WILL SELL to th*highest and best bid
SCHWARTZ P.O. Box 1427 OF THE OBJECTING PER- Ray to Board Florida 32058.
Clerk of. th Circuit Court der for cash on th* front lobby of the
High Springs, Florida 32643. SON. 3/082tchg 3/15; PO:3871 Samuel G. Petersen 11017 Normandy
and the Personal Representative's attorney ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk Control Number 385 Moln Courthouse Courthouse of th* Bradford. County Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida 32221.
located at 945 N.
are set forth below. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 3/08 4tchg 3/29; Cont. No. 384 Temple Roy E. Allred Rt. 4 Box 318 Starke,
Avenue. Stork., Florida. at 11:00: a.m..
All interested persons are required to Publication of this Notice has begunon NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida 32091.
on the 26th day of April 1990 the
lie with this Court within three ((3)) months Thursday March 8, 1990. REGISTER described In Exhibit "A" hereto property asset Frances Allred Rt. 4 Box 318. Starke,

of th. first publication of this notice: P.rlOnaIJl.pr..ntotl".: NOTICEOF FICTITIOUS NAME' forth 'In sold Summary Final Judge- Florida 32091.

1, All claims against the Estate, and LAURA F. SHEPHERDP.O. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida ment of Foreclosure... Green Tree Acceptance, Inc., C.T. Corporation
2. Any objection by an Interested person Box 719 SHERIFF'S SALE Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the EXHIBIT"A" System Registered Agent 8751

to whom notice was mailed that Metros, Fl 32666 undersigned Derek Alvarez' Rt. 4, Box Description: W. Broward Blvd., Plantation Florida
challenges the validity of the will the for Notice Is hereby given that I 1. Kenneth 33324.
Attorney 278 Stark, Florida, sole owner doing A parcel of land containing 4.87 acre
qualifications of the Personal' Representative Personal Etherldge as sheriff of Bradford County, business 3/15 2tchg 3/22;
Representative: the firm name of ARTISTIC lying In the NW1/4 of Section 26.Township .
venue, or jurisdiction of the E. Florida under and by virtue of Writ of Cont. No. 397
Court. Covington Johnston Execution'to-wlt PHOTOGRAPHY Rt. 4 Box 278 5 South Rang 21 East Brad-
111 S.E. First Avenue : Starke, Florida
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Execution Issued out of County Court 32091 Intends to registersaid
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Gainesville, Fl 32601Telephone of Bradford County, Florida pursuant fictitious name under the aforesaid Phone US West Call Street
JAMES L. PENDLAND, JR.Attorney : 904/376-4694 a Final Judgment for Calvin' Rodney of statute.Dated 964-6305 Stark, Fl 32091
for PersonalRepresentative Fla.' Bar No. 040110. Starke, Florida and against Clara Thorn this 13th day of March A.D.,
3/08 2tchg 3/15 ton defendant In the amount of$750.00 1990 In Bradford County. TheBradford

Post Office Box 1560 Control! No.383 together with costs of collection. 3/15 4tpd 4/05 CountTelegraph I

High Springs, FL 32643 Have seized' and have In my possession .

Florida Bar No. 152270 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH th* following described personal IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE mtCL

3/15 2trhn! 322font. No. 399 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 1980 Pontiac 4 dr I.D. No. IN AND FOR USPS 062-700

CIVIL ACTION NO.1 B9-594-CA 2Z687A6179293. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Published every Thursday at 135 West
STARKE FNB PROPERTIES As the of the above named IFIEDS
INC., a Florida property CASE NO: 90-1S-CA Cal Street.Starke. Florida 32071.
corporation defendant and that on Monday the 9th IN RE: The Marriage of Second Clan Pottage paid at Starker I
CHURCH OF GOD day of April 1990 2:00
Plaintiff at : p.m., I will offer RICHARD GLENN MYER Florida and adclttond: mailing offices.
U2N.St.C\a1r1 964-5445 .. vs. for sale and sell to the highest bidder Husband -. Postmaster ,. 'Send address chcnga1, -

": JoKh Spratlin. Pastor= JAMES VERNON-StADE and BARBARA"r, fqr cash of In.hand sold the abflyjLjjMctlbjt_ "Im'd .MW MMM . Bro ocaCoJLrw9'MtaplxJXLoMrA1 '.
JEAN SLADE, his wife; The Unknown 'property defendant to satisfy theaforesaid DONNA JEAN MYER 35 West Call Srrn\3tttk FL.32OI1! .
Wa Invite you to worship with us. Execution. ,
Heirs Devl.ees, Grantees, Assignee.. Wife.
Attended Nursery Llenors, Creditors Trustees or Other .Kenneth Etherldge, Sheriff Subscription' Rate In Trade Area S JlcVOO:
Sunday School .......*._..,..."". 10 am Claimants underor Bradford County Florida NOTICE OF ACTIONTO :
claiming by through 3/19 : DONNA JEAN MYER 6421 per year; $9.00 six month*,;.Outside t
4tchg 4/05 Cont. No. 395 Baylor
Morning Wo hip .___.._"* 11 am ;
against JAMES VERNON SLADE and Trade Area $17.00 $9.50abI
Avenue, Keystone Heights, Florida. : per year;
Evening Service .M..H**__..._ 6 pm -
Wednesday Youth .......................... 730pm BARBARA JEAN .SLADE, who ore not YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac month.
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964-7500 HWY 301 S. 964-5757.-

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Eyeglass Store -We Finance- .5 S < SUPPLY SERVICE

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

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

864N.Temple7061 9646111Lewis
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STARKE Distinguised, Caring Service '< Its a fad, you can do Hwy 301 S. P.O.Box207

We rebuild starters,alternators For Over 50 Years "t. better at Denmark's Starke

( Generators Steve and Cindy Futch .

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964-7911 Keystone Heights 473- 176 c
TCHELL'S DRUG STORE Community Lamp of Jesus Ministries

Specializing ire' State Bank Craft tt Consignment

OLD FASHIONED SODA of Starke +,. Looted off 1011 s;towanI
Keystone e on 24th Av*.
FOUNTAIN SERVICE Starkea Only Horn Owned lore SlRM.Eves. .

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24 HR Wrecker Service'at' the church of your choice* 402N.HWY301/ N e Prlolng e Offlc*Supplic* 964-8061

Custom made exhausts terns tOt8 N. 'Thm Ie 964-6461 9646436Terwillegar 113 E. Call St. 964-8925


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Signups Set

r I : I I.I For '90 Leagues

Organizational meetings! for the
1990 Softball season have been set
ST.PiTgtcK As In the past, two meetings will be .
held. At the first meeting, cards! ,
roster forms, league rules will be
handed out and discussions ?'' ague
fees and possible starting dates will .
1TI held. If you have any suggestions, '
you must be present at the first
: The second meeting will be the
final date' for a team to enter the
league. At this meeting, league fees,
due dates, etc. will be finalued.Any .
new information concerning ASA
should be available at this time, ,
l If unable to attend, a representative
JOINING TOGETHER I may be sent or call the
i I L ORS Recreation Department, 964-6792. to

TO BRING YOU wi participating let them know In you the are league.interested in

1' / 1 1 1 1 LOWER PRICES First Meeting was held at the Old
.Armory (across from the High
i School). 'Tuesday, Feb. 20, for the
1C Y' Women s League and for Men's. and
'> \" i Men's Church
: \ Leagues.
"/ :'rrl'fLEISCHMANN'S .: '
t { The Second Will be held
r. ,' \, ': ::,
Tuesday, March 27, 7 p.m. for
i:" ,, Canoaum Women I League,7:30 for Men's and

R GIN OM"BAk 1ptMESop LTD Men's Church League.

A t 'I 1 Idl Ikl II 1t IRt Ili .E AI ij LIQUEU -: 17S 10.99 SALE 750 8A9 SALE Softball SignupsIn

7 :L AIE LTR. .303 REBATE ML -1.50 REBATE: Progress
EJ. t 750 11.99 SALE 750 6.99 SALE t,.. ?
7510.99a.W AFTER REBATE 999 ML -_ ML 2.00 MFA RElATE ML -3.00 MFA.RElATE CAD 99 AFTER REBATE 6.a 9 AFTER REBATE Monday, Mar.' 19
Softball season is usl 'This
-.. -- eS.OF6.$65.94 eS.OF12-$119.88 r 9.99 ASR REBATE' 3.99 *REBATE'n CS. OF 6.565.94 CS OF 12-$101 year registration will upon be held March

I' 19 through May 22.
BURNETTS BtACK'2. Games will be played in tho mornings
ttlnpte'efGIN' ,; ..l.lPW1ZI after school is out.The program
; wul begin June 11 and last throughthe
I GIN 17512.99 SALE I IRISH CREAM ,a@ IRISH WHISKEY 175 12.99 SALE ot first week in August.
''' lTn -2.00 C MFx tY ,, LTR. -3.00 MFR There will be three leagues. Tee-
"",,, 750 II.99 SALE Ball is for ages 4-6. If your child has
'-1O;. Jj': 23 75 1 0.99 AFTER ML -3.00 REIATI MFR 9.99 AFTER 1299 ML played Tee-Ball for two years or has
Ie completed the first grade, he/she
CS OF 6-$143.94 es. OF 6.$76.95 299 ML 8.99 AFTER REBATE es. OF 6.$73.50 CS.0F12$155.88E should Smallfry play Softball smallfry is for ages Softball.6-8.

Junior Softball is for 912.
StQQrllm's ages
( Canadian LORD
;Srhcnlc Determining date for age is how old
Gin o IIhiofish O DARRY Mist CALVERT( your child will be on June ll.-lTOO! .
)? GIN 90 The fee this year for the T-Shirt
1.7512.99 SALE 1f- IRISH CREAM 17512.99 SALE CANADIANLLTR'3.00 widreceive
f-\ cap and trophy is$10. Your child
1 : '\ BTI: iVH I\- LTB'-3.0Q REBATE his/her cap before the
1199 Li\ 750 7.49 SALE _., 899 season begins and gets to keep them.
.- : 0*QQ RJR REBATE I ML -3.00 Bit: f 9.99 =wE TE Your child needs to wear tennis

"' ;i) CS. OF6. $77.94 eS'OF..6"_$7,1..94 tom, 1699 ML 4.49 ASR REBATE CS OF-$77.94Stohchnaya CS. OF 12.$104.95 shoes he/she or must rubber provide cleats to their play.'Also own

K \ r glove. Please be sure to put your
-, child's name on the glove before the
-q" first practice, since some children
5mifno{ 1 1u Jl\ J 11800 \\ have a tendency to leave their gloveson
B U.Jl.'UI.JJlL21IJJ\ the field or in the dugouts.
VODKA Clinics will be held the end of May
F SO VODKA 17519.99 SALE .umb COLONIAL DEW mow and first of June for each group.This
"B MFR allows the department to see them
? REBATE CLUB IydBl. play, teach them a few fundamentals "
f 399 'IAN' and divide the teams
16.99 AFTER "- UNTOAITED::: CORDIALS -' as equallyas
J REBATE l J ALMONDS SCHNAPPS possible. For this reason, it is
CS. 0F6-583.94 CS OF 6" $119.94 es. OF 6.$77.94 es.OF 6-$71.94 very important for your child to attend
1199' 349 these sessions. Clinics will be
held at Pratt St. Field on the following
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99 -3.00 flEL1n Second week, May 29-31 (Tuesday
1199 2199 AFTER through Thurs.) T-ball ages 4, 3-4:45
8 ML 8.49 REBATE p.m.; T-Ball ages 5-6, 3:45-4:30: ;

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fl ABSOIUT WHITE,BLUSH CALVERT o 1.0ROl Wednesday.1Third week June 4-6 Jr. Softball
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EXTRA DickelLTR. (6-8) Tues., 3-4; T-Ball (4-6) Wed.,
6.0. 1.75 1 2.99 BALE 3-4
+ 299 3 00 MfR ENNEeeEe.av.I wlsxr Schedules will be handed out the
99 'I ML RElATE last day of clinics along with a photo

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& CS. OF 12$143 CS.OF 6.564.50 ,BATTLES = es.OF 6.$77.94 CS. OF 12 .$125.88Ssagram' (Old Armory across from the High
School) on Thursday,June 7 and Friday
June 8, between 8:30: am and 12
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FRANCES 7 Cr 'Me. the office Is closed between 12:00:
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tIM 2.99
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CS.OF24 $17.94 NNa' Ml else unless they are brothers
?" 499 es.OF 6.$77.94 CS.OF 6 .$74.95
mi 10.99REBATE ML and sisters. You can put a note on
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'CSOF12$13495CHIVAS eaauienuiki 1.99
eS.OF6-$77.94 Taylor LR 2t.IZOLCAHS'! Tomato French Fries,Chocolate Cake,, Milk.
TUESDAY Hot Dog on Bun.Baked Beam.Cabbage
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9 High School .
15" 999
1' MONDAY Hamburger on Bun, Lettuce It
MLCS.OF12$18995 ML I SUITCASE = Tomato, French Fries, Chocolate" Cake' ,Milk

CS. OF 12.$119.88 !C.IZOLCAHS 6-PK g i icJ Green TUESDAY Beans,Chicken Fruit Cup,Cookie Rice, Cheese MilkWEDNESDAY. Toad
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Clan .Sebastian SL"1"1'1atoresb Slaw,Strawberry Shortcake, MilkTHUHHDAYi '
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1 MacGregor HOMEMoosehead.. CLEAR Slid,Garden Salad, Fruit Crisp,Hot Rolle, Milk. ,
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F : SSCes. Milkshakes TUESDAY. Hamburgers, Plua, French Fries, F
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O.J., Milkshakes.FRIDAYCorndogi.
French Fries, Milkshakes
Hamburgers.Each .
day students have choice of a hot lunch,
salad bar or a.lacarteMatthew .

.LOPH : VentriloquistTo Appear Griffith at ,

Pine Level, March 17

Ventriloquist Matthew Griffith
RO and his friend, Randy, will appearon
the program with the Griffith
1.3 Family Singers at Pine Level Bap-
tist Church on Saturday, March 17.
The Griffith, Family will present a
1 I special gospel concert beginning at 7

1 I i 1. p.m.Matthew1 age 12, Is the son of
I Ai Robert and Patti Griffith and Is an
important part of the Griffith Family -
team. He plays the piano and bass
guitar In addition to being an excellent
: ventriloquist.
the concert is free and. open to
everyone to attend.

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I Waldo ,Family Tries to Cope with

:\ I %(j Tragic Loss of Son Joshua McRee
,., ,
October of 1989 the people'of Starke, Waldo dysplasia- when Lori was just 18
; weeks pregnant. The doctors at
Since the surrounding areas have become familiar Shands Hospital Gainesville told
them infants bom with the disease
the Joshua McRee. Joshua
name who was usually suffocate because their
in June of 1989 with a rare and always fatal chest cavities do not develop quickly
enough to allow room for their grow-
form of dwarfism, thanatophoric dysplasia, was the sub- ing lungs. The McRees were urgedto
:; : ject of serveral area fund raisers from October 1989 until terminate the pre'nancy.
can't say I didn t consider it at
: February of this year. Joshua's parents Richard and Lori one point,"Lori said."I asked themif
he would suffer from the disease.
'" McRee of Waldo, knew when Joshua was born that most They couldn't tell me that. I said
3 infants diagnosed with thanatophoric dysplasia die shortly In'You're his hands.not God'" then, and I'll put it

after birth. But they refused to give up hope. Joshua Shortly afterward, the McRees

,;" battled his illness for eight months before succumbing to for found their a reason unborn to hope child.for the They best
C I4 Its effects less than one month ago. This is Joshua's discovered an article in a St.
Augustine newspaper that told the
story. story of another child,T.J.Boltman,
h who had the same disease as their
1, Y':: f.lle g'd ,$l ltl( ,: child. Surgeons were going to at-
tempt to do surgery to expand the
w. When Joshua Dwayne McRee was dysplasia, a rare and lethal form of ,child's chest cavity.
!! born June 17, 1989 be looked almost dwarfism. His parents Lori and "It was a big inspiration," Lori
',''.'.,< ?. ''J'" '--, II'"II like any other newborn.;; He was tiny, Richard, McRee of Waldo, were said. I
il"!II.o_... ..,. ,....: '":!._ pink and short helpless.arms Only and his legs abnormally gave- forewarned may never bring by doctors their newborn that they son took The it McRees to Shands.cut out Unfortunately the article and,

Lori McRee,right., UU with her daughter.Ubby.; A picture of Jo.hu.at 7 month of ago rest again hit baby; book.HtahU : away the illness his parents had home from the hospital. T.J. Boltman was never stable
bet dayi,that wu JothM Lori...of the picture. known about for months before he Lori and Richard McRee were told see Joshua page 4B
was born.Joshua had thanatophoric their unborn child had thanatophoric
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News BriefsRecent \ w', ", i

ArrestsIn Gerald Hayes.Bond was set at$500, Lawrence Scott Andrews 19, was Roberts. Bond was set at 120.25 he David Aderholt. McDaniels in in theft,said Aderholt.Bond was set at
Bradford CountyThe he was released on his own arrested March 7 for DWLS; accor- was released .on his own custody charged with stealing a $1,500, he was released on his own
recognizance.Willie ding to Deputy Michael Paris. He recognizance. table saw last year which he pawn- recognizance.McDaniels'.
following arrests were made was released after a 215.25 surety ed. The new charges are ,for bond was set at$2,000.
by local authorities in Bradford Louis Smith, 39, was ar- bond was posted. Vernon Keith Davis, ;8.1. was ar- burglary of a conveyance and grand Hampton Man
County rested March 10 for attaching rested March 12 for DWLS, posses-- theft which occurred the weekend of
license not assigned, driving while Steven Paul Jones, 22, was arrested sion of less than 20 grams of mari Feb. 18. Recovered from the Charged With Robbery.
Johnny James McCutchen,4t,was license suspended DWLS), accor- March 7 for DWLS,according juana according to PatrolmanCheryl burglary of the truck was a cassette A 52-year-old Hampton man was
arrested March 9 for battery,accor- ding to Patrolman William Brown. to Trooper D. C. Roberts. He was Belcher. He was released tape, radar radio and equalizer, arrested after he allegedly took
ding to Deputy Andy Holland.: Bond Bond was set at $24050, he was released after a $215.25 surety bond after a $715.25 surety bond was said Aderholt. Also recovered was a from an eight-year-old.
was set at$500 released on his own recognizance.Linda was posted. posted: remote control to a TV.pen,pencilsand money Howard Robert Waldron was
magic markers. These items with according
March 9
Levi Simmons, 22, was arrested Fernandez, 36, of Alacnua NUde Sackett, 50, arrested have not been identified as stolen,if charged to ,Chief John Hodges.
March 8 for disorderly conduct Bond, ac- was arrested March 9 for DUI, ac- March 6 for DUI, was according to Man Faces you are missing any of the items, Waldron took $2 from the child to
cording to Lt. H. D. Griffis.
was set at $500, he was released on cording to Patrolman Jerry Feltner. Trooper Roberts. She was released New ChargesIn contact Lt.Aderholt buy wine,which was recovered and
his own recognizance, ordered to after a $500 cash bond was posted. Recent Thefts A co-defendent in the theft of the poured out,said Hodges.
Juan Jaime Devis, of Duval
from the victim. 32 table saw was arrested March 9. Waldron's bond was set at$500,he
away was arrested March 8 for NVDL,ac- Samuel Edward Humphrey, 23, of Additional charges against Joseph John Joseph Sheffield 19. was 'was released on his own
Alfred Lee Griffin, 35, was ar- cording to Lt.Griffis.He was released Duval was arrested March 6 for Dewayne McDaniels, 22, of Lawtey charged with and theft, recognizance and ordered to stay
rested March 8 on a capias charging after a$250 cash bond was posted. DWLS, according to Trooper were filed March 9, according to Lt. dealing in stolen proper and petit away from the victim.
violation of probation for community -
control, according to Deputy
Kinard Perry. Bond was set at

$5,000 Robert Lenward Gibbs, 52, of .. WinnJDixieTM l \1 blIi
Melrose was arrested Feb. 16 on a
capias charging battery, abuse of

Hol and Bond, according was set to at Deputy 1000. =>>
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Gibbs was released on his own
recognizance, ordered to seek gain-
ful employment, have no contact
with victim.

Frank James Savko, 21, was arrested <
March 7 for resisting arrest FEED THE HUNGRY.
without violence, loitering and prowling PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINK DIXIE LOCATION: '
according to Patrolman STARKE When you buy groceries,Just ask your cashier to
Susan Wilkerson. He was released 470 WES'MADISON STREET "even up"your grocery total to the next dollar.The
after a $775 surety bond was posted. funds collected will go to The Salvation Army to
provide fresh food Items for needy families.
Walter Allen Hall was arrested
March 6 for burglary, grand theft,
carrying a concealed weapon l M s U Lov Prices .
t Everyday #
(slssors), criminal mischief and ,
petit theft, according to Patrolman
Mack Short. Bond was set at$6,500. ;.
Value and. Good Se vice
Noah Moore, 25, was arrested ,
March 12 for failure to appear for

possession possession,according of drug paraphernalia to Chief Deputy -, It's AH Right Here At

Pat Henry. He was released aftera /
$2,000 surety bond was posted. ) :
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Gordon Wayne Baker, 26, was ar- -
rested March 12 for battery, aggravated
assault, according to As a food expert, I look And when it comes
Deputy Ron Roberts. Bond was set ,14
at own$10,000 recognizance., he was released on his r for value and good service to value, well, WINN-DIXIE

'- in restaurants. I do the same has U.S. Choice beef,
Anthony Odell Mathias,27,was ar- '
rested March 12 for worthless check, :. :' thing in grocery stores. national brands, and low
obtaining property in return for a
worthless: Roberts.check,according to Deputy That's why I like WINN-DIXIE. prices. You can't do better

Traffic The people are friendly. than that!

James Howard N,,'" an, 32, was
arrested Marc.. .rung under _
influence (DUD, according .to Lt. %
Winston Barber. Norman's blood J
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alcohol content was .13 percpnt.Hp "'...iRl'1' O' ,. .
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Donald Anthony Cayton, 28, was z-U __ '- '
arrested March 9 for driving while ] _

license to suspended Patrolman(DWLS Gordon), Smith.according __ _

Bond was set at $215.25, he was
released on his own recognizance.David .

Anthony Barry, 54, of
Hampton was arrested March 11 for NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODY
DUI,refusing to sign citation,according .
to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson.
He was released after a $750 surety
bond was posted. Winn-Dikie Helps You Get the Lowest Total .Food Bill Every Day! Compare Our.Pricesou'll.Like The Savings.

Richie Allan Ledsome, 37, of
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March 9 for no valid driver's license
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News BriefsThree

Charged aluminum but were unsuccessful.Both vehicle ran the stop sign and strucka Juvenile ChargedWith .The arrests Included 73 felony, 47 two assists at accidents and 25 calls f
With Theft Hills were released after 1983 Mercury which was eastboundon misdemeanor, 16 driving under influence were burglaries.
surety bonds were posted. Call St., according to Patrolman Theft and 34 driving while license Sheriffs deputies wrote 23 traffic
Of Aluminum Perry Gorman. The Mazda spun A 14-year-old Hampton juvenilewas suspended. citations,served 539 civil papers and
Two men and Woman InjuredIn around in the intersection and cameto charged March 12 with stealing Starke police officers made 53 ar- provided escort for six funeral processions
charged March a juvenilu were Sat. AccidentA rest at the curb and a concrete railroad property.The rests, deputies made 86 arrests'! in February.
5 with
stealing pole. The Mercury, driven by Juvenile was arrested after he seven arrests were made by Florida
aluminum.the A second juvenile:Involv- 51-year-old Ft. Lauderdale Marylynn Wilkerson of Starke, attempted to!sell a railroad sign,ac- Highway Patrol troopers,six arrests FHP Troopers 'I,
ed.Jn authorities. theft escaped from woman was transported to the struck the stop sign on the southeast cording to Chief John Hodges. He were made by Lawtey PD three by Continue License, !
hospital after her car struck a concrete corner of the intersection where it was charged with dealing in stolen the chief at Hampton, two by
Charged with retail theft,resisting pole at the intersection of Call came to rest,said Gorman. property and released into the' and probation, four by Florida Vehicle Inspections
f T.esl without violence were Clinton and Water Sts. In Starke. I Wilkerson received possible in- custody of his father. Department of Law Enforcement Bradford County ;
Hill, 46, Kenneth Lee Hill, 23, and a Pearlie Pitman Gillyard was juries but was not transported. three arrests by Fresh Water andGame
Juvenile, according to Patrolmen taken March 10 by Rescue to Brad- Gillyard said she had just bought a 170 Arrests Commission and six by the The Florida Highway Patrol will Ii
Gordon Smith, Cheryl Belcher and ford Hospital where she was treated beer and taken a drink from it. She ProcessedIn court.A be conducting driver license and
Hampton Chief John Hodges. for minor injuries including a was charged with running the stop total of 547 calls were receivedby vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur-
The theft occurred on private landat laceration to her forehead, accor- sign and open container with possible FebruaryDuring the dispatchers at the county jail. ing the week of March 16 through II
the dead end of South Cherry St.in ding to Paramedics Dana March 22 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230,
Whitaker additional charges pending BAC the month of February 170 368 calls were listed as miscellenous, .
SR-18, SR-16 CR-16 CR-21B
Starke ,
where the aluminum had and Freeman Register. 76 were felony investigations, five CR-IIt!
test results, said Gorman. arrests were processed through the CR-225 CR-125, ., CR-231 :.
been pulled up from underbrush.The Gillyard, driving a 1986 Mazda, Damage to the vehicles totalled Bradford County Jail, according to missing persons, 16 fires (struc- CR-227'CR-221, CR-230; -and CR10OAin
men attempted to sell the was southbound on Water St., her $5,000 in the 4:39: p.m. accident. Sheriff Kenneth Etherldge. ture/woods), 14 accident calls and Bradford County.

..m,," Union CountyThe
1Q Florida Highway Patrol will
"THE HAMBURGER f)' } \ be conducting driver license and
< .. "t vehicle inspection checkpoints during
IV /11. :I" \
THAT BUNS LOVE"3LBS. the week of March 16 through :;
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/' 1' March 22 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231,
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Wf lIJ / I \\ Public Library .:

..3. 'f' M( .t:< It's spring and time to re-new or -
sign-up for a new membership in the
Friends of the Bradford County
or MORE AMERICA'S CUTFARMSTEAD Public Library Association.
Maggie Miller, president of
FRESH MARKET MEDALLION BRAND Friends, stresses the importance of
Friends support for the continued -'

GROUND BONELESS FAMILY PACK well-being grams. of the library and its pro- ,

"Our Library serves you the
citizens of Bradford County, says .
BEEF PORK CHOPS FRYER THIGHS Mrs. Miller. Where else can you get
bestsellers Santa Claus and tax re-
fund? It's like having a credit card .:
with no limit.
Mrs. Miller is referring to the
Library's information and educa-
tional programs such as tax counsel-
ing for the elderly and storyhours for 6
PRICES the preschool children.
THURS.WED.MARCH The Bradford County Public '
15-21, 1990 Library provides materials and services -
QUANTITY RIGHTS free of charge to all residentsand
_RESERVED. relies on funding from privateas
w ...amaw., -C.
-,- well as governmental sources.
Last year the Friends bought
much needed shelving, children and
adult books,programming supplies,
established a Florida History Collec-
LB LB. LB. tion, sponsored a special Christmas
story hour and lobbied for increased
funding from State and Federal

GROUND BEEF La 129 PORK ROAST . LB. 298 FRYER DRUMSTICKS LB. 98 sources$11,000 for, which Bradford netted County an additional, added
Mrs. Miller.

time to begin preparing forth

W.O' WHOLE SMOKED FILL..YPUR FREEZER.. ... prom is one month in advance' ,
SA .,._ A MS' lmmmnartity.r'c 7f.affording, to Teen'Magazlne.
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WINGS BOX' $580 of Starkv Monday, March 26 from 6:30 to 8
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PRICE The Guy Andrews Minority
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y Community College Andrews Centerin ..
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Saturday, March 24,!at 7:30 p.m. in
as s 1 a 1 the Bradford High School
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WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. Scheduled to appear at the concertare
1 a a I "Legacy of Love" local school
children under the direction of
Lavon Drives!, soloist Charles Bran-
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I BROCCOLI from Jacksonville, Calvary Baptist =
I Choir of Jacksonville, and the Brad I
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for adults and $2 for students.
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Students In the third, fourth and fifth grades at Uemetrlus Drlvas.
Southside Elementary school making straight A's for Back row Michelle Groves, Stephen Brown, Brandy
I the third six weeks grading period are (l-rt Harper, Adam Marchese, John McMillan Sean. Con- ,i, r -- -' -- '-. -
Front row: Leigh Johns, Michael O'Neal, Heather naughton, Jeremy Scott and Chris Sembroskl. Straight-A's in Grades 3"8'at Lawtey.= I
Patton.Lane Tou aw, Judy Elder Ashkea Belling and
,... : M Student In grades three through eight at Lawtey da Crews, Esther Massey, Amanda Patrick, Victoria
? I o i '' a ,Community Schoollllaking straight A's on their report Verunae, Ann Smith, Krlsty Flshburn, Ricky Beck,
trtciAia PORT oorrYOurtstueiutSCMCNPOKktS cardi for the third six weeks grading period are, (I to Brandyn Padgett and Llegh Ann Griffin.
1 .DI.'LA ROOK r): Back row Leighton Lee, Jaime Ilenman, Samantha
.IIITAIL SALES G 1. Front rowr Bonnie Folsom, Nancy Cavanaugh, Linda Cowart, Brooke Gaskins, Bonnie Cowie, Dana Wilkinson -
fr Sapp, Darlene Slmms, Hollle Tew, Ledezman Andy Shepas, Morgan Traylor, Tammy Sellers,
.t\I I CLOSliRU 1 t Johnson, Kyle Bennett, John Adkins, Daniel Fugatt Chris Gowens and Henry Ross.
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Middle row Sarah Falkenber,Christie Gotta, Aman-

.OOCJOSS1: Joshua

SOFFII O'IIIMA..CS) SERVING GAINESVIllt enough to perform the new procedure said, the McRees told themselves his heart. Joshua was put on oxygen
i .WINOO'A II""CI" IT AMA SINCf-197]' on, and he died one week they would not have any more and began getting feedings througha
fINANCINQ AVAILABLE ." after Joshua was born. children. tube. Finally,when doctors felNiis
"We prayed and hoped for the "But then we told ourselves condition had stabllzed, Joshua was
best, but we prepared for the Christopher wouldn't have wantedus allowed to go home.
1375.2 .2.Qr possibility we many not bring our to do that," Lori said. But he would not go home to stay.
baby home," Lori said. The following year the McRees Just six weeks later during a routine
o.:;; t --/I/ net/trr And the McRees already knew had a healthy little girl Libby. More neonatal examination, he was

firsthand how real that possibhty than two years passed before they diagnosed as being in congestive
could be. In 1985, their first son, talked of havinj another child. heart failure and immediately re-
Christopher, died in the hospital of a Joshua was only one week old admitted to Shands. Joshua had suf-
congenital birth defect when he was when his doctors discovered a con- fered from fevers before being re-
only a little more than three weeks genital heart condition. An openingwas admitted that had been diagnosed as
M ,old. When Christopher died, Lori found between two chambers of reactions to an ear Infection. When
he continued to run the fevers while
taking antibiotics became obvious

% 6t his infection.His problem. was worse than an ear

doctors wanted to do a heart
.h catheterization, but due to his high
'. O fevers the procedure was postponed.It .
: ,;, was then that the McRees decidedto
', seek a second opinion on Joshua's
; condition. For that opinion, they
% decided to go to John Hopkins
Hospital in Baltimore to see a
OO specialist on dwarfism.One .
week after arriving in
O Baltimore, Joshua's fever subsided.
On Oct. 30,doctors at John Hopkins
Hospital performed open heart
.. surgery to correct the defect in
Joshua's heart. Doctor's felt the
operation was a success and Joshuawas
flown back to Shands Nov. 11.
"At that point we thought the
worst was behind us," Lori said.
tJ It But the worse was still ahead for
the McRees. Just two days after

4 J4 returning to Shands, Joshup began

having doctors trouble performed breathing.a tracheostomyand On Dec. 4

five other operational procedures
on Joshua.
By Christmas, the McRees felt
Joshua was well enough to go home.
Lori,who has herL.P.N.license,felt
she could.care for him at home asfweUAaithafeospita

.ff' '' ......,,. ) could.,The doctors -, n
did not afr", i,4 lI'h.s.nl; stl

16ml ,st ,H 'bganht.CardioI: M'1iWnWl.&fl1tsi
at"Sluinda ,
found another opening between two
chambers in Joshua's heart. Joshua,
1990 PLYMOUTH who was now suffering from an Ir-
JJ/I/ l1
regular heart beat, again needed
SUNDANCE / ACCLAIM open heart surgery. Lori said
With 47 Standard Features and With over SO Standard Features and surgeons at Shands were reluctantto
perform the operation, so she and
1OOO BCAA. $1OOO her husband decided Joshua wouldbe
BACK taken back to John Hopkins
Hospital in Baltimore.The .
GUARANTEED GUARANTEED decision was not an easy one
ON SUNDANCE ON MODEL \ -'"forthe' McRees because it meant
.I 2.2-Liter .I Power-Assisted I'r ON H1OHLINB ON LB AND LX Lori would have to take Joshua there
V6wUhUltradrive .I
Electronic Optional Power-Assisted alone. Richard, a deckman for
FuelSteering t; Brakes Georgia Pacific Plywood, could not
Injected .I Power-Assisted the Most .I Spacious afford to take off
Overhead Cam Brakes 1990 NEW YORKER more time from
AdvancedTransmission '
o j Interior with work to travel with her.
a I
Engine Improved FIFTH Available Room And two weeks before
AVENUE just Lori
.I New Speed Corrosion "
in the World for 6 and Joshua were to leave for
ManualTransmission .I Protection Front-Wheel ,.. PowerAssistedSteering U\More Interior Baltimore, the McRees suffered
Room than another loss Lori's father died of
.I Available 3-Speed Drive 2.5-Liter Honda Accord cancer.

AutomaticTransmission Electronic Fuel- Toyota "When my father died. I wasn't
Injected Engine able to grieve for him Lori said.
mother told I couldn't do
"My me
anything now for in father. Do whatI

JL : could Before for Lori Joshua.and'Joshua left for

=IiTTk4-.H.; Baltimore, a CAT scan showed

a il Joshua was also suffering from
+ brain atrophy. His brain was not
/ developing as it should. .
On Feb. 24,Lori and Joshua finally
1990 CHRYSLERLeBARON .LL -' !- arrived at John Hopkins Hospital.
Responsive New 3.3-Liter V-
COUPE Engine 1990 PLYMOUTH LASER Joshua was running a fever of 105
GUARANTEED : degrees by the time arrived at
New V-6 Engine Standard on Premium More Leg Room than the Biggest
RS Turbo Model Voted One of the hospital. Just hours after arriving
and GT Models and Cadillac. 5-Year 5O.OOO-Mll}
Crystal Key or Owner -
Car and Driver's Ten Best) with Lori In the room Joshua'sheart
$' CASH Automatic Conditioning Temperature Control Air Car WarrantjrtAvailable CASH rate plummeted. Lori was
"IjOOO Mark Leather '
rushed out Into the hall.
BACK!* Ultsradrivedrivedrive. the World* Moat Advanced Standard Driver Air Bag s.n50 *
BACK! Ashort time later, when Lori was
Automatic Tranamlaalon Available
4-Wheol Anti-Lock Disc Brakes
GUARANTEED taken Into a family room she knewto
GUARANTEED expect the wont: .
ON HICHLINBI ON PREMIUM OT ft OTC "Maybe it was because I had been

.I All-New PowerAssistedFourWheel GREAT BUYS GREAT DEALS .I Cock t-S ry le I.5-SpeedManual'I through it before," Lori said. "They
Cockpit-Style Interior Overdrive asked me if anyone was with me.
Interior Disc Brakes That's kind of a warning. The doctors
.I Compact Disc TransaxlrI !
.I 2.5-Liter Message Center GREAT' SAVINGS Player with : I IFlourSpeaker .I Responsive L8- that told me that Joshua was" gone,
Electronic Iand Mini-Trip Liter Overhead they did all they could.
Lori then had to call her husband
Injected Engine Computer Sound System Cant ,
.I Power-Assisted Standard Driver ? AvailableIO60M.PH.In. Multipoint Richard, and tell him over the phone
RackandAir Bag 1 .,. '. '.' Injection Engine that they had lost another son.
.- Steering 6.6 Seconds "We had lived day by day and said
', a' (RS Turbo Model we'd be thankful for every day we
lIJiE had him," Lori said. "I was
49ve GO'l' y ar iiil :. him.thankful" but I never thought I'd lose

.. I ......:Ii... ....... Since Joshua's death less than one
.' ..;> .'I. ." month ago, the McRees said they
.'j vTERwnjLEGAR have
.' decided not to have any more

:.. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH ,INC. .,). "We are grateful for the one we
1O50N.Orange Avenue a.pr 1 nr. 'have, and we plan to do the best by
141 VWst Madison Street .
/ 1iII.;.. Starke. Ft Green Cove Springs.Ft. ? her that we can," Lori( said.
.v4. ', (904J26+246 Joshua Dwayae McRee was
: ((9O41964-90OO ,
w f ...... .. buried March 1; 1990 at Forest'
\ / :..:; .. ," Meadows Memorial Park-Central
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Gainesville. ,He was eight months
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CHRTSLER-PD'M :; 2O1 San Marco AmueSt 1951 HI '
CHRYSLER 1750SouthsldeBIvdI'J, :> FV 1wayAIAEast. a ,The" family; of Joshua McRttwould
: Augustine. FL '
ilk/ to thank
the tarku Fire
(904 7237300BECK
h 190418294331 .(904;361-3040
"' .; ; D.partment., Clarence Lee,
;' ; : members oj th
Club, yito'Ptxio,and the citlxtntof
.fR' .' RIVER> crrr MOTTCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH..DCC. Stark*. Waldo and the surrounding
r11mau CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH area for their in
support donation
'. ::J 3823 Reid Street CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH>i. U.S. Highway/ 9O west.! Fortunatefyi. fnturanc covered
: : 1730 Casaat Avenue. f \/ !o.Ft ,
.. FUatk Ft '. Jacksonville.fU. ,i 1 362-iOd ,- nearly all of Joihua't mart than
(9O4I32&6863) 't (904) $400,000 medical
'r904 .flyy expenses The
.... : : ..... ..: .. .. .: .donated' money, which. totaled
ZE& .. Mull like delv! yonniwl990I f> ier sack;'Mici3ULl990. 'St+e Dealtr lit dlbllt'and Cwuantee ClaIm lam Rebate r wuuftd thmigh September 301h, 199ft around ':lIS{}(), was used by* the
Coals engine and powtr1l'lln brr 7)yeas'! or70OIX( )milek <>dtWamniy IIISI dyelxlt Iir yeas\(1(1,000\(( mllef.Jxcludes! Impona See a copy limped swnrty ea.parr dealer rescrtclloos apply McR.. for'expena.f such as.food)'".
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March 15,IHIIO TELENAi'H.T111FSa: : ; :\ ):\l'1'Nt-.-HSIX: TIO\ 1 I ..1.< >It
One YearDeath Lah.... 1", f -

I oi 12-Yeah-Old Remains a Mystery 'I- fI;.-,' ,,,',"o' .

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One year after the murder of a12yearold pearance which lead investigators to the Deer Foot Trail neighborhood ,r- \ .tI. "
Bradford County girl,no tint treat the case as a runaway. during the time of Meghan's 7) \: ,1-\
suspect has been charged in the There was no record of Meghan run- murder. Why was he not questioned : .'' "
crime, the weapon has not been ning away from home prior to that during the time of the hous&tohouselearch .c. ,, ""''l'f! fys ., \ ; MH
located, nor has any motive' been time. and the Interviewing of the .- : 41:';'
established.The How she the wooded area Is neighbors '
body of Meghan Renee unknown.From her home she would The possible suspect said he did
Renaud was found in the woods have had to cross the railroad tracks not know why he was not questioned.
some distance behind her borne in and go quite some way into the brush He said he knew authorities would
Deer Foot Trail subdivision March and pine trees. Did she go willinglyor want to talk to him since he had just $:
23, 1989. She had last been was she forced? Did she walk or been released from prison. He said
her family Sunday evening, Marc was she carried?! he even asked his parents if he
19 The time lapse of several days bet- should call the authorities and they
The time of death has not been ween the sixth-grader's, disap- all agreed they would wait for a,
established but the cause of death is pearance and the discovery of her ,visit. And wait they did, but no one 1 ? r ikP v v.
clear. She had been shot in the head. body created many problems for inveatlgators. ever Interviewed that family. Were
Both complex and perplexing, the Many mistakes! were others missed in the.search for a
case has baffled law enforcement of- made. The crime scene was disturbed killer? '
ficers from the start. Several by many people who were helping Investigator Aderholt, who was
families In the neighborhood were with the search. A lack of accurate sick with the flu the week of the kill-
related.Most were friends,and guilt communication perhaps preventedat Ing, gives no excuse for a murderernot
was shifted from one person to least one possible suspect from being found. Aderholt said when
another during the'early stages of being questioned.That he was called at home after the girl r
the investigation. possible suspect surfaced was found, that the crime scene bad
"You have to start somewhere, last year. A 24-year-old man is con- been completely disturbed. .
and those closest to the victim are fined to the county jail in Gainesville "We started over and thought we
your best source of information facing charges of sexual battery by had covered every possible inch of
when you have no suspects,said Lt. use of force with a deadly weapon the area and that everyone had been
David Aderholt, Investigator with (five counts), kidnapping, armed interviewed. Apparently were .
the Bradford County Sheriff's burglary with assault and attempted. mistaken,"Aderholt said.
Department, burglary. Although the possible suspect said
Meghan apparently left her An investigator for the Alachua he did not kill his criminal t T 1:: al'
Meghan ,.+< ',.. .'. !!, i: 1i .y t'f""" w. a .ftYn 4+
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bedroom sometime after 9:30 p.m. Sheriff's Department discovered history would cause him to be a '
on March 19. Whether it was on her similarities between one of the suspect. He has two convictions for IX David Aderholt stands;;the site where the body of Bradford Middle School student Megan Renaud wa found I
own or by force has not been Alachua County cases and the Bradford sexual battery,having pled in 1985 to March 23. 1989.
established. Two days after her County case which he called to sexual battery not likely to cause
disappearance, her purse and the the attention of State Attorney Len bodily harm and kidnapping in two
window screen which had been pried Office. cases, one in Gainesville and one in' ? PINEHURST VARIETYthe
from her bedroom window: were However, 'a U.S. Supreme Court Santa Rosa County. He was sentenced Looking
"Create own" store from to
found in the bushes approximately ruling has severely limited the abili- to seven years on each charge to your appliques
100 feet from her home. Her body ty of authorities to question anyonein run concurrent in all cases. He was Check theClassifieds zippers;has all your needs. Whether it be simple
was discovered two days later less custody with a current case pending released from prison in January, crafting or sewing own wardrobe. We also
than half a mile behind her home. on unrelated charges. It is improper 1989 at which time he said he came your
There is no evidence to indicate sex- to talk to a defendent concer- to live with his parents in Deer Foot; have "How-To" books for the beginners. Yes, we
ual abuse. ning an unrelated case unless the While that possible suspect is not have something for the man of the house too
Other children In Meghan's defendent initiates the contact, said being ruled out, neither is anyone;,
family/or/home had run away from Register. else at this point as investigators Shirts,Jeans, Etc.
home prior to Meghan's disap This possible suspect was living in continue the probe. into the murder.: On wash day come in and browse with us while

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I Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center

Celebrates Vocational EducationThe

Bradford-Union Vocational Terri Smith's word processing :jala Baker, Johannna Harr, Mary L
Technical Center recently classes. Judges were John Miller of Thornton, Gloria Maples, Kevin -IIIII.
celebrated", American Vocational the Bradford County Telegraph, Krack and Jay Hodge.At .
c Education Week with an entire Theresa Holiday, counselor at the the end of the week, 8th grade I- __ "
week's worth of activities geared Bradford High School, and Ray classes from BMS and Lawtey Com- .....,,, .
toward career awareness. Navitsky,executive secretary of the munity School were given guided 't"' ,1'{ "
tours of the Vo-Tech facility after ,,' 1'Ii 1--., .
The center kicked off the week of Economic Development Corporation. '
Feb. 11-17 with two contests, the Decorate a Door Contest win viewing a video which accented '_17.. .,' ,
Clean Classroom/Shop Contest and ners were treated to breakfast.The several programs offered at the ",,, ..'.,.. '.'" "itJ
I the Decorate a Door Contest. The week's activities continued center. Ninth grade classes also at. I' :.
Clean Classroom/Shop Contest en- with presentations at area schools. tended presentations at the center '.r...:"' .
couraged students to take pride in Sgt. Wayne Kirkland of the Florida "Planning Ahead"and"Developing ",. \1'" .
their workplaces. The Decorate a National Guard began a series of Good Decision Making Skills." Vo- .:: t"
Door Contest gave students and presentations on Feb. 12 on"How to Tech staff explained that career ex- I ., ,
teachers a chance to be creative in Apply for a Job," and "Writing ploration was available at the y. ,, 't'ff' '
respresenting their Les TJoone's diesel mechanics Geraldine Griffis, Mary McCloudand The week's activities were
classes won first place for their Della Rosenberg made presen- culminated with a mini career fair -,'
clean shop while Randy Starling's tations to sophomores and juniors at at the Deer Foot shopping center on ;

first accounting/marketing place for their clean classes classroom.won Career BHS on Trends."The "Working Since the World average and Feb.17.set Many up displays of the vocational for the publicto programs -"..,..-.,... ,, .,w.?.. -. .

Judges for the Clean person will spend about 70,000 hoursof visit. Course brochures, information From left Superintendent of School.Jim Duncan.: BMS Cotnuelor Clenda Hike HIS itadent Valerie Krack Bradford
Classroom/Shop Contest were Dena their lives working,students were sheets and class schedules were Ihwpllal Interim Administrator Jeannie Baker,Merl-Un MacCIf.and BIB...tent Jay Hodges participate In a panel
Curies of Job Service of Florida,and told, it is important they make good available for handouts. dbcuMlon on non-traditional Job In the worUoroe.Jwy. .
Glory Jackson and Eugenia career decisions now. The Bradford-Union Vocational
Whitehead of the Bradford County A career panel presentation on Technical Center would like to express
School Board. Contest winners were non-traditional Jobs in the work its appreciation to the Deer
treated to a cake and punch party force was made on Feb.13.Panelists Foot shopping center businesses for
the following week. were Jim Duncan,superintendent of their cooperation with the fair site.A
Decorate a Door Contest winners schools: Jeannie Baker, Bradford special thanks to the community,
were Walt Westcott's nursery opera- Hospital Administrator, Glenda school personnel, and students,who 301 A/brtfl MoGife !){o.
tions classes for first place and Ruise, BMS counselor and Valerie worked hard to make American .
Diane Snow's cosmetology classesfor Krack,BHS student. Vocational Education Week a suc-

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Sheila Tew

Gets Job with

Disney Worldby .

Sue Ellen Smith
ICT: StaN WriterNineteenyearold
Law ley resi-
dent Sheila Tew has 'some great
news and some not-so-great news. +
The great news? She has recently
been chosen over dozens of other
dancers to play a major entertain-
ment role at Walt isney World.The !
not-so-great nefjp -;lie can't tell us I_
exactly how major her role will be. "....1."
But what she can tell us Is this. : ..'' ''
She'll be dancing, parading and ,'{\ ,0 ; '- "'>1'- ,
otherwise, rubbing shoulders with 't' First Grade Straight-A's= at Southside... III
some of Disney's brightest: stars like -
Goofy, Donald Duck and especially 1< / Students In the first grade at Southslde Elementary Fitzpatrick and Michelle Key.
with Mickey Mouse. You might say ,". /" school who made stralght-A's for the third six weeks Second row Brian Wagner, Jesse Colston Kayla
she has officially received her own grading period are (l-r)i Davis, GIna Casey, Jim Fix, GIna Grlffis. Thomas
personal set of mouse ears. Front row Jessica Brantley,Ryan Marchese,Bryan Casey, Michael Stewart, Stephanie Steinmetx and I
Why so much secrecy about Van Camp Robert Johns. Aaron Barnett, Michelle Alison Chastaln.
Sheila's new job? Knowing too much Brandt Nicole Herring Amanda Crawford. Angelic Candice Cragg was absent.
about the Magic Kingdom and the -- -
roles their entertainers play,Disney
officials said,might take some of the
fun out of the park. And we wouldn't 'IAboard
want to do that, would we? All :;; Railroad Day

Sheila, who has always dreamedof -'"" ......_. ..."..........._ ..___K._ ....
dancing with Mickey Mouse and Lawtey resident Sheila Tew left for her new Job at Disney World but week. 4th & Fqt -
the gang at Disney World, auditioned Dancing with Mickey Mouse baa long been a dream of ben. CrCS
for an entertainment role one
year ago. She never received a call- only five of us on the right.They told ecstatic. Entertaining at Disney
back. Undaunted by disappointment the rest thanks and told us 'We 11 see World has long been a dream of $ 1990
she tried again a little more you tomorrow.". hers, and finding out she would be ril 2 r
than a month ago. The second try The next day of auditions was even dancing with Mickey was Just icingon
proved to be the charm for Sheila, tougher, Sheila said. There were the cake.
and she was called for a second audi- three dance audition and eliminate Last weekend Sheila excitedly
tion."I audition. People were packed her bags and headed for
freaked" Sheila said. "They after each audition. Orlando to begin her new Job. Her
split us into halves at the audition, "I was just excited I was there," job description: dance, play and
and you went either to the right or Sheila said make children and adults alike
the left. I went to the right. There When they told her what her role laugh. If only we could all have a job
were about 30 people on the left and would be, Sheila said she was like Sheila's.

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$20,00 in advance/ 'be needed for a 10 x 12 set up space;this will include a parking space for one vehicle

only (car or van), larger vehicles will require additional set up spaces( ). Deposit should accompany
application.All check's should be: made payable to the Cily Waldo,P.O.Drawer B,Waldo,Florida 32694.


1. The lessor shall not be responsible for any injury of loss that may arise or come to the lessee,or his
employees or his goods, from. any cause whatsoever while said premises ore being occupied under
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BMS Regional Science Fair Winners... 3. Registration fee is non-refundable.Lessor reserves the right select.or reject any application for space.
Thirty Bradford Middle School itndenl were among 300 North Central Florida students who participated the Tables not available. '
Sawanitee Valley Regional Science Fair held Feb.21 through March 2 at Lake City Community College.BMS itudenU
Absolutely no verbal agreement by lessor or lessee. All commitments will be in writing onlyFor
competed ta eight out of U categoric hi the regional I..-.Pictured are the.|.BMS students who won to their categories .
and their Instructor.They are,from left Jonathan Smith, lit place environmental Kleticei Charlotte Smith, lit place, further information call: City Hall 904/468-1001
earth idencei Juno Carver,lit place, blochembtryt Instructor Frank Abdullat Hetal Patel, 2nd place,mlrcoblologyiMarcus Larry Bean 904/468-2709
Patray,2nd place,physics Trtna Wldner,3rd place,Mochembtay. Mark Fink 904/468-1848
Marie Basinger 904/468-1285
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loaded,4 captains chairs sofa makes STEEL BUILDINGS TRIANGLE STEEL Cabin. 75 hp Chrysler. $1200. Call
4BR/2 BA. Free set A 205 Starke
1990 28x70 up N. Temple .EPLTO
Into bed. 73.000 milas. $3.800. Call BUILDINGS. INC. Offer rigid 782-3377
9645244. 2 and frame steel buildings; all sizes. delivery. Only $285/Mo. Call Mitch 1974 REGAL 15 FT. BOAT with trailer
1079 FORD RANCHERO: Fully loaded. See our model center 646 E.Union. Jim or Joe. Uncle Ro 's Mobile Home and 85 hp 'Johnson motor. $1500 Cecelia Terwiiiegar,:
Black. Must see to appreciate. Call Jacksonville oreall Hal Hendricks Sales 904-364-5197.. 4 OBQ. Call 064-7724. 8LAKE .. .HOMIS.
964-5244. 2 toll free 1-800-273-6072. 3 DELUXE 1990 SKYLINE D/W: Lap siding CYPRESS STREET 2 BR, 2 BA "Brick/Block' home, fully furnished, nice
1987 CHEVETTE: Excellent condition.Call FOR LEASE PARTIALLY COMPLETED shingle roof fireplace. Much neighborhood. $44,800
964-5200 or 533-2805 alter 6 1000 sq ft fast food location across much,more.Only$270/Mo.Call Mitch HANDSOME t.STORY'CEDAR HOME wltho beautiful view of Lake Sampson.
o'clock. 2 from KOA/Wal Mart. 864-3843. eve or Joe. Uncle Roy's Mobile 4 Home Located In Brlmwood Point. 3 BR, 2 BA, Central Heat pump, carpeted Insulated
87 CAMARO: Black A/C auto., AWFM nings 473-3627 TFN 3 Sales 9043645197. PROPERTY ON N. SID windows, skylights, mahogany ext. door., sunken tub celling fans,
Power B/S. Runs good. New tires. FOR SALE OR RENT.Warehouse/offlce: 1990 14x803BR2BA.Onlv$166Month.Call Uncle Mobile SAMPSON LAKEContactMr.: Hunter. 2205 sq. ft. living area, 1537 s.f. wrap.around porch, must see to appreciate.
$6.000.964-9317. 2 space: 3000 sq ft t, located at Enterprise Mitch or Jim.9043645197.Roy's ICO'xSOO. 485-1663 (Graham). Ed- Owner financing to a qualified buyer. 105000.
ATTENTION-GOVERNMENT SEIZED Park next to Sunshine Indus- Home Sales wards Plat 9 GRAHAM 1323 ..f. 3 BR/1 1/2 BA Living room dining kitchen combo. 10 yrs.
VEHICLES from $100. Fords. Mercedes tries. Contact Diane Ely 964-5294 4 IN CITY OF LAWTEY: Lot for sale on SR old. CH/A.2 Ac. $69,500
1990 14'Wide, $6995 FOB. Call Mitch or
Corvettes 1302-838-8885 TFN 3PROFESSIONAL Jim. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Sales 225. Contact Mr. Hunter. Graham. PRESTIGIOUS HOME In the city of Stark 4 BR, 3 BA, fireplace, wood floors,
Buyers Guide. Call OFFICE SPACE FOR 465-1663 9 many.)(Iro.. 609 W. Call Street. $125,0
Ext R 17283. 2 RENT: Up to 1600 sq. ft.Will remodelto 904-364-5197. 4 100 ACRES: six room house and barn.
24x44 3 BR/2 BA Free and deliv- NEAT AND CLEAN Close to prisons. 3 BR/2 BA, large living room separate
1981 FORD FAIRMONT WAGON: Good suit or rent Negotiable. On Hwy set-up Owner will finance $200O/acre.call
central heat window
$175/Month./ Call Mitch Joe or dining room, air. 1440 sf, doublewlde work shop 20x30
301 next to LII Skeeter's & Insurance ery. 964-4537 TFN
condition low miles automatic, A/C./ 064-7771 or
all landscaped t 1/4 Ac.
World. 18007717283. TFN Jim. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Sales, 0 $29,500
$t995.964.2910. 2 904-364-5197. 4 COUNTRY CLUB AREA 3 BR, 2 1/2,BA, Brick home, fireplace, pool hot tub Im-
1986 FORD F-150: 4 spaed. A/C. power 12.9 ACRES: Partially cleared. ties five
steering and brakes,short wheel base MINI TRAILER PARK on GnfflsLoop.212 / DOUBLEWIDE: On Large Lot. 4 BR, 2 pecan trees at entrance with lots of maculatecond. $125,000
BA. In Brooker. $37,500. Owner will STRAWBERRY ACRES Nice mobile home on nearly manicured lot, 1SO'x210',
AM/FM cassette, tinted windows Ao. (free and clear of any encumbrances pine and oaks and lom.cypreIS.Call
$5700. Call after 6 p,m., 7823109. ), with four septics and wells negotiate. 485-2685 485-2884. TFN for appointment Serious buyers only. new roof, central heal/alrwllh 3 bedrooms. $23,900
2ATTENTION and light poles three mobile homes. 4 After 8 p.m.. g64-8970. 964-8705 or CHEAPER THAN RENTI! Immaculate, furnished 3 bedroom 1'/ bath mobile
GOVERNMENT SEIZED 35000. Good Income property. Call 1989 MOBILE HOME: 14x52.) American 064-2586. tin 9 home w/separae( recreational room equipped with stove S frig, separate
VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes for appointment after 6 p.m., 964- General. 2 BR 1 BA witth one acre on 3 ACRES ON BAYLESS HIGHWAY garage, beautifully landscaped lot on Grilfls Loop. $ 19600.
Corvette Chevys. Surplus 8970,964-8705 964-2586.. Serious pond. Sampson City community. 12500. 10 Acres with well septic NW eSth AVE.i 3 bedroom 1 bath, 5 acres. Home has new 20 yr. roof freshly
Buyers Guide. 1-602-638-8885 Ext. buyers only. tfn 3 $27,500.964-2018. 4 tank and power pole 25000. Possible painted Inside. Owner says, 'Moke an Offer)
A. 3493. 2 MINI TRAILER PARK on Grilfls Loop.21/ "! Owner Financing. Thornton & GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE 4 bedroom, 2 bath, with a large family room
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES 2 Ac. (free and clear of any encumbrances : ';YARD' SALESSATURDAY. ; : As soda tes,Joy Thornton Broker.964- located In the city. $ 59300.
with four and wells ,, 31S WALNUT STREET Good rental property-3 homes
from$1.00(U-Repair). Delinquent tax ), septics 4223.0 :
property. Repossessions. 1-602.838- poles three mobile homes. MARCH 17: Hwy 227. one 5 ACRES LOCATED ABOUT 3 MILES ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR 1 ba, concrete block, window treatments 3
8885. Ext. GH. 3493. 2 $35,00. Good Income property. Call mile on left look for signs. Deeloot South of Lawtey In Strawberry Acres. c.lling fans, CHSA, stove, refrig, DW garage wood floors, Andersen windows
1978 FORD GRANADA: Good condition. for appointment after 6 p.m., 964- Trails. Ceiling fans, waders 50 cal. Owner will finance. Can 12593822. carpet, rose garden Ig. patio area brick BBQ grill smoker Lazy Susan
Runs good. Automate A/C. $750. 6970.964-8705 or 964-2586. Serious black powder gun;chairs and lots of 9OCALA table, hothouse, tool shed sep pumphouse, beautifully landscaped.
964-7015. 2 buyers only tfn 3MOBILE odds A ends. 7 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKE GENEVA)
1982 FORD VAN: Excellent condition.Call SATURDAY. MARCH 17: 9 til 5. 7 po. Beautiful contemporary 2-story cedar redwood home. 150' allak.lrant. 4
lor more Information, 964-5116. dining room set with glass top $300; 8R/3 BA. 3400sf CH/A fireplace, glass enc sunroom wot tub sauna
2 HOMES patio furniture, sports coats, mens greenhouse, sprinkle sys., Ig. deck, floating deck. $239,000
'78 MUSTANG (GHIA):302 eng., AM/FM and womens clothing. Kitchen and Immaculate 3 yr. old brick home with 3 BR/2 1/2 BA 2300 sf. CH/A,'97' of
Cassette CB, runs good looks good misc. items. Hwy 301 South, white NATIONAL FOREST: wooded lakefront, dbl. fireplace, walking distance to town. 199.000
4 extra rims and tires. Call 9647724. 1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOODdou- brick home next to Archie Tanner Fu- lots river access. $5950 each.. No restlglous 4 BR/5 BA 3500 sf. decks, CH/A, 800' of paved driveway 100' of I
1f168 OLDS CONVERTIBLE:Delmont 88. blewkJe. with all the extras. $19,000 neral Home. 964-6714. 7 money down. $71.41 month. Owner. lakefront sprinkle sys., REDUCED $23,000. OWNER FINANCING. \
needs restor..$800.1979 Buick Regal balance and$1000 down.Assume SATURDAY, MARCH 17: 9-3 p.m. 507 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN 293' ollak.lronl. 315' on SR 100 buy all or some. REDUCED $20,000. OWNER
301 V-8, runs and drives good, no loan. Will pay to have moved to your W. Madison Street. 7 TIMESHARE UNITS-DISTRESS FINANCING.

title. $350. Can be seen at 390 N. lot. Call 373-3423 after 4pm. or 964- NEW & USED ITEMS: Clothes, garden Cheap!! Cheapll!) World Wide select ...LOTS I ACREAGE... I
Cherry Street! 2 9115 during the day. 4 tools, misc. items. 25 cents and upl) tions. Can Vacation Network today. 1-
14X70 MOBILE HOME: FOR SALE BY 1210 Bradford Street Saratoga 800-826-7844 NATL 1-800-826-1847 3 ACRES With 3 septic tanks, 2 pow. poles, 4" submerged pump REDUCED
OWNER. Take up payments of$2501 Heights. Saturday, March 17, 8 am til In FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10 from $ 7.000 to $12.000WANT
:LOST/FOUND : Month. 964-5948 after 5 p.m. Mon.- sold out) 7 A GETAWAY PLACEti. 190' on Sampson Lake. 160 on road. 170'
'v Fri., anytime on weekends. Saturday and Sunday, Mar. 17. 18. Moving deep. $25,000
LOST: SET OF KEYS probably on Wal- 4FREE Must Sell Everything. Lots of WANTED, BESSENT ROAD 1.38 Ac. city water and sewer
nut Street $50 REWARD. Call 964- FREE FREE Credit Check and Good Stuff. Make Offer. 473-7742. \ BESSENT ROAD: 3 lots, access to city water and sewer.
5LOSTGUIDE Pre-approval on mobile home loans. LOOKING FOR A FEMALE BLOOD- PRATT STREET 16 lots or 9 acres, access to city water and sewer.
DOG: Rotweiller black In Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B FRIDAY&SATURDAY:New porch glider HOUND.We have blooded HWY 16 EAST 20 Ac. with fish pond, 2 wells, palm trees, septic tank swimming .
color. Has two rings on collar been Homes Lake City FL. 4 $45; electric lawnmower, $65; typewriter amaJe. pool. Can b.bought as one parcel or 4, 5 ac. tracts $60,000 j
redbone bloodhound. Would like
repaired. 18 mos old, Answers to 1990 DOUBLEWIDE: 24x44.3 BR. 2 BA. $35; housewares clothing to MirHIOAN STREET 2 Acres inside cltv. S10 000 ,
misc. On W. 16 1 1/2 MI. before breed for puppy or if have a puppy WALDOi
Wood and you Four lots, city water, well feptlc 2 power poles. $28OUU
AmigoCall 782-3537. 5 siding shingle roof plus !
Prison 7 for sale. Please ca'f964-5847.'
gate. 836 CHERRY STREET 200x100'
free and $14,995.Call .
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HWY 22Si One Acre. $5.000
FL 755-5114 4 Circle B Homes Lake City Three families. Clothes gas heater PAID FOR: WWI WW II, LOT,GOLFAIR lOAD Country Club Estates, Make Offer S8.70O
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LAWTEY 105th
Five acres. Avenue, Good Investment. $15,000 I
BANK REPOS: 1985's and Double-
J 'FOR, ., SALE. ;: up. GARAGE SALE A little bit of AMERICAN. JAPANESE:. Swords, I
"- wide. $1.000 Dn. Pmt. Singlewide : everything. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD 20.16 Ac., 3 wells, 2 poles. $50,000
100 A on Griffis Loop. Look for sign. medals daggers, uniforms helmets WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246 Fla. frontier.
$1 5,000
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lian Sheppard spayed gentle and credit or no credit Call 755-5114, Saturday. March 17. 7 ers.(W.A.C.a Nursedothing.DAVID, 10 ACRES Wonderful farming land. Cleared. Rd. 16E near US 301. ,
loving. Also male puppy and female Circle B Homes. Lake City. FL. TWO FAMILY GARAGE SALE: Clothes 18C.2251I019.'IIJUt"( '" t.tcEt"P lm. Property cleared fenced, off BeodI.BI'CI. Jacksqnyjjle.: .Jus,",,,I
goat This Is a pet goat. Only those 4 tables etc. 8 am lit 3 pm Hampton residential neighborhood. _'$49,900, v
- with lots of love and patfene/ and no ; 0Aonp/pklQlig ;tear.4 JIII'I1| >wawi
flowers need call. Call 7823506. LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT IN FLOR- ,.,"March f7. 7 tit... ..Water 8 S.w.r. R.....i"--...... ..,",, <-",J ,,; f f59,9OQ.vfU'AI'TER'ROuR |
6ARABIAN IDA: All new homes 5% Down. 14 BIG YARD SALE:Saturday,Mar. 17 only --

MARE: Cogg ins and shots, 12 wides start at $500 down Double- 9-5. Old Terry Road. Take 225 west SLIDE IN POP UP TRUCK CAMPER: AI Pauline .9646323.Sandra

yrs. old. Call 964-3154 after 8 p.m.orr wides at $800 down. Call 755-5115 from Lawtey approx. 1 1/2 mi. to 23rd C, heat stove refrigerator great for Terwlllagar. ',. . 533-2742> I
Circle B Homes Lake City. FL St Follow signs. 7 Call
weekends. 6 4FREE GARAGE SALE: 6/10 mi. off 301 toward after fishermen 6p.m.and, 7823109.hunters $1100.10 I Debra Connaughton. . . . .. . 964-2833 i

Hampton on Hwy 18. Living room 1982 COACHMAN 23 1/2'Travel Trailer. | Anne Terwlllegar( Brown . .-. ,473-7541.
furniture books plants 1977 Chrysler Roof air,sleeps 7,ACIDC/Galrefrig.,
PRE-QUALIFYING! excellent condition, material. Lots heater full bath. Excellent cond.
of odds and ends Fri. &Sat Mar. 16 5000. Call after 5 p.m.. 4733073.
For FHA, VA or ConventionalMortgages. .--1Z. 468-2934 7 1q ..
David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

Gainesville Mortgage Co. Inc. %sUrartcectili ;;

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Fixed Rate or AdjustablePh. INSTANT FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST CR229 N.W.28thSt. Starke 964-6133

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Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks",.Sotith'of,, .' : 100 e 221 Lafayette st. j jrMe ItA1, J hinkmsofbuyincjoit selling? 5CaiflusifEv [ )t Starke,_FL t.twllUIII"Homes
I *NICE 3 BR 2 BA DOUBLEWIDC on 5 acres Its country."Own.r will hold mortgag. ning cV i

211.89 STARKE,n.Pavtd You Full Service Real Estate Office LotAcreage v/Watcrfront
I 100x216 LOT on canal. 15-90 ,,,, I II aFarms
*APPROX. 2 ACRES ON 301 Aj Zoned Commercialv Owner financing. 12-90. ./ .Commercial
NEW LISTING ((3 LotsiEach) 75x200 with privileges to G org.'s Lake. 28-90 L Dodge

I *APPROX. 2 ACRES IN CITY. with 2 BR, 2 BA home, this could b. mod. Into 3 BR. MSACRA I a 676 GARDINER STREET 2 BR/I BA, (ram*. stove 8 refrig.. nice lot. a
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5-90 LOVELY MICK HOME4 BR/2 BA CH/A. stove, r.frlg B dishwasher, 2240 >f,
1 *LAWTEY AREA: Concrete block. Central H/A many fruit trees on on. acre. ,Designated a I sun -deck, well 8 .ptlc, 1 at.

34.90 Appraiser CHURCH STREET- 4BR/2BA CB Home CH/A. Ig. family 2148 sf, {
ChurlFlyn>V; 3a>2 2 rooms
1 *LAKI LOTi On beautiful Hampton Lake. Owner financing; 7.90 i REALTOR garage, lovely landscaped lot. .

*ALMOST NEWt Brick home on 1.5 acres. Directly across from lake. 146-89 Appraisals forResidence Farm *SAMPSON LAKE Must see Immaculate home on 2 _.173-89. I CH/A, 2310 .(, front and back porches. 2.8 ac. lot
family room w/flreplace. CH/A,
I *ASSUMABLI MORTGAGE on this brick veneer, 3 BR 1 BA between Starke andLowl.y. BEAUTIFUL 20 ACRES a 2184 if 574 >f workshop; landscaped lot. a
Brick Cedar.2 BR, 2 8A. 2000 sf I
I 42000. 30-90 over
ACRES OP WOODED PRIVACY .3BR/IBA: A-Frame w/porthes'on all four ]
1 *GOIFVIEW Only 2 lots left, priced to sell. 23901r" \ '.nced.3 acre pond 2 hems,garage.Many Extras.r Ides. Woodburnlng stove pole barn 2 ,,50. tool shed 8x9 well and septic.

I *LAWTIYl 4 BR 2 1/2 BA on 4 acres. Assumable mortgage by qualifying. 2090. A IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BCB Home, two-story. Stove a r.frlg.. AC unit. a
*ADULT COMMUNITY: Nice 2 BR. 2 BA Doublewlde. 16-90 *SACRIFICE SACRIFICE I Owner must sell brick 3/3 CH/A. Goad Free) I electric heat, well 8 septic on 1 Ac.
I *COMMERCIAL 10 Acres ov.r 500' frontage on Hwy 301. Has water-sewer andlelec. Owner Financing, In Starke. Frame 2/1. Good income. $'8,500' GOOD RENTAL PROPERTY Two-story apartment building. BR/1 BA each
14.90 *Newly renovated inside and out 2/1 fenced yard In Starke. $23,900 a I apartment. I
1 *IMMACULATE DOUM.EWIDI furnished on t plus acre. Partially fenced. 35000. 63 Acres of cleared farm land. Older'MH. 2 wells. S2.000/OC. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Salvage Yard w/3 BR. 1 BA CB: Ham. 12x60 i
Concrete block. 3/1 central heat In Starke. 100x123 lot. $39,000
13-90 I home, 40x60
a mobile auto repair hop, 3 septic systems and 4 wells i
1 *HNOSLSY LAKE AREAl B.autiful."lng. larg.oak trees, doubl.wld.with builton Crystal Lake Homesltes. CB 3/1. CHSA range ref, 1300 SF. $42,500 I w/pumps on 3 acres with frontage on. Hwy 301. l
Frame 1400 sq. f/. 4 BR, 1 3/41A. Large lot, in country. $43.000 .
| workshop and combination other extras.: 11-90 ON PAVED ROAD 3 BR/2 BA
garage DW Mobile
Assumable Home AC Units, Elect. Heat, i
Mortgagel Brick 3 BR/I 1/2 BA. CH/A, Rge. Ref., 49900. 1
1 *RD 230 Ei Nice Building Lot. 9-90 Highway 16 West, 4/24 CH4A, 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. $54,000 a I Stove, refrig. S dishwasher, 2 septic tanks and 2 power poles on 4.8 acres. a I
I +40 ACRES Mostly cleared. Hat commercial stocked fish ponds. .Well, septic In Country Club: Brick 3/2 CH/A All appliances 2 Car garage, 2000 sf. 2 ACRES IN THI COUNTRY 3BR/2BA Doublewlde Mobile Home, CH/A,
(elect pole. Priced to sell. 196-89 Stove a refrig. 2 Acres. .
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Excellent) neighborhood near the hospital.' Comer lot 3/2 CH A. REDUCED I
1 excellent for mobile home hou... I
*SMALL ACREAGE FOR SALE With terms. or a Ap
1158-89 Excellent Starter or Retirement Home. CB. 3/1.City water and sewer. $32,0001; SELECTED PROPERTIES I

,, Bedford Lake, 2/1 CH&A completely furnished extra nice. 100x300. I 20 ACRESCty Hwy 225, Near lawtey. Planted Pines.HOME '
I *RENTAL. 3M., 2 BA, Garage, In Town. $473 Month
Brick I'
CHSA over 2000 SF In the 2.78 ,
country on acres. a BLDO LOTS Hwy 16W. City Water B Sewage., Owner Financing.
Neat ( Clean. 2/1. Heat 8. Air, Make appointment see. 29900. HOME 8LDO LOTS Shady Oaks S/D, Brooker. !
Call One of Our,ProfessionallyTrained Owner financing. Immaculate MH's pasture oaks on 24 acres $98,000 M FOUR 8-ACRE TRACTS Brooker, Owner Financing.
Starke Historic. Renov. 6BR 3Vi Ba. 6 fireplaces. REDUCED.
Staff Today..964-SO69 Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm home. "/2%Bo on 36 oc.... I a THREE 2-ACRE. RIVERFRONT LOTS Breaker, Owner Financing. a
Owner Anxious, Make Offer: 4/1 1/2. over 1500 sl.Oe.. h> Starke. I | *.' ACRES Frontage on New River Well a SeptIC.
After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: Excellent Neighborhood: In Starke 3/2, CH/A, all appliance fireplace. NICE.
f *.Over 8 Ac... Brick.4/2 1/3. CH/A ...r.....*. peas I1OO sf. All epolkmces. I a AFTER HOURS a '
1 e Irene L. ulkner.964-5143, Waterfront. .Crosby Lake canal. Doubl.wkl.. CH/A. Rg-. Ref. $34.000.: l p Wayne Douglas -4-4St3 Slll Ocean -964.4464
Darlene Godwln..468-2BO3 MAKE OFFER Owner Anxious Repair garage, metal bldg. ((1500 sq. ft.) I a BI3 Dodd -964.7405 .' I Novls Word 44-7454 I
Warren 'Woody' Ryder.....964-9O4O 39 Ac. w/frame 3/11/2. bam, fenced approx. 30 A. cleared..Includes Formal .

f e ThornJW (Tom Groan.....964-fl78 tractor, bush hog, disc' and all fU'l'IIu'1 Reduced; tq sae.QO a
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.. .. -- : 18 month grant position. Primary Featuring aretirementcommunlty and hand. Reasonable rates, call 964-
I' dutle Include operation ol book- home.Licensed 24-hour
I ;JQR,,. "U" ,, disadvantaged children A adults. CPR trained staff. We are a retire ADDIITIONS: Carports, concrete
INSTRUMENTS AS Requirement: valid Fla. chauffeurs mentcommunltynolanuralnghome.. work, aluminum or vinyl siding and
LOW AS FURNISHED ROOM WITH AlR.sll utilities $215 PER MONTH: 2 BR/1 BA. Single
license type 30 2 public Not affiliated with oranizatbns. soffit Free estimates. Call'
; religious
$14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- paid. From $37.50 weekly. wide trailer located off 225 wpm. years any systems.
up Lawtey.
6948. 12ALUMINUM MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St. on NW 68th Ave on the left has library experience;high school graduate .Can Sue today,468-2619. Garrison Construction 964-6281
; subject to background and driving Bn 17 anytime. Mark Garrison license no.
NEWSPAPER Stal1 PLATES.Me.lurel 24x36 13OLIN'S 167 record check; ability to lift 25 fcs. WANT TO DRINK THAT'S YOUR E-14255. 17
Inches.50 each. Great for patching SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home 225.301/225 Call and 7823417.2 mlle.trom TFN Junction 13 and work flexible night and weekend BUSINESSI! WANT TO STOP? CHRISTIAN LADY WOULD LIKE TO

and repairs. TELEGRAPH. 135 W. lots for rent, water and sewer furnished SMALL EFFICIENTY APARTMENT: In shifts. Salary $4.00 per hour. 28 hrs.a THATS OURSI) Alcoholics Anonymous KEEP YOUR CHILD In my home
Call St Starke. 12 cable tv available. 782-3333 Lawtey. Close to store and post of week. Apply In person, Bradford 984-3619,964-4150,0644614 Monday-Friday. Any age. 964-2686.
County Public library.105 E.Jackson //N17 17CUSTOM
buildings TFN 782-
13 fice. $150/Mo plus electricity. Street Starke ODD JOBS Home and Business GARDEN TILLING: For small
storage buildings LOTS Florida. Closes 3/22/ : repair
garages, green HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME for '3949.13 .
90. 15PHYSICAL and construction. Small to large Call 9647648. 1966
house NO DOWN PAYMENT. protects. garden areas.
Hwy rent Close to Call 4681323. CHRISTIAN GENTlE-
301 South 964-8848 TFN prison, SINGLE WHITE. THERAPY AIDE: to work 8 .Call ODD-JOB,964-8565or 964- Chevy P/Up, 1978 Ford P-U. Good
17 TFN 13 MAN, 56 years old, Meeds roommate' am. to 5 pm., Mon.-Fri. at North 9622. 17 condition. Call MM-7648 17
STATE need home dose In nice
12X21 CARPORT $990.NO DOWN EMPLOYEES a to share expenses Florida Reception Center. No experience !- DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand MONEY FOR COlLEGEI) Millions of dollars -
to work? We have dean mobile home Lake Brooklynand
PAYMENT.Handl! House your peaceful near required, must be over 21,male self-esteem sink this year. Cal In financial aid goes unused eachyear.
portable homes available cell 468-1323. TFN new MVeft Mall. Call Don 6 am
buildings Hwy 301. South preferred. Fill out an application atPhy.lcal 964-8594. TFN 17 tells you
Starke 864- 13 to 9 JO: Cost runs$200/Month for share
8848 TFN 12 p.m. Therapy of Starke (Winn- .WELL DRILLING. PUMPS SERVICE: can get your 9019687964.24hours.STOP
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur 1 BEDROOMAPARTMENTWaHedpatk Clean: modem heat, air, phone, and rent 473-0301. Dixie Plaza SR 100). 15 Durrance Pump Supply Co. Water PAYING RENTI! CUT
Gaskins. 782-3140. tfn with storage area. PLEASANT VALLEY CARE CENTER Is systems specialists. 884 N. Temple MORTGAGE IN HALFI! Save Thousands -
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP: Sates design. Oil-street parking, dose In, now taking applications for CNA. Ave. US 301, Starke, 32091 TFN ) Call 24 hr. message ((305))
wicker. near tennis court 964-8601. Requirements first aid Box 578,
used furniture, are or CPA 17 770-8820 or write Kleffer.
microwave. VCR'appliances.. .You TV'I. 13MOBILE RN's, LPN', and CNA': Job openingsfor experience Hours flexible.Call Juana ALTERATIONS: zippers hems, buttonholes Dept. 300, Wauconda, IL
name I home Silcox. 9644548. 15RN' off and OF RENTING? We'll
carry itl., Alwal looking for such private duty staffing and patchas.eto. Drop pick 60084.TIRED
Stop In If you wish to sell 1 TV BR. care. Call 964-8772 for Interview. .- LPN':Are You Bored?Looking for up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.964- ahowyou how to buy the home of your
964-7498 TFN 13
304 fiFS1.964Evenings! something. BATH Upjohn Healthcare ServIce. a Challenge? Try Usll Corrections Is 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from dreamsl)Amazing recorded message
? 15JOB an exciting, growing specialty for Southslde Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN reveals details. Call 813-620-
SLEEPER for pickup truck, $500. Call WATER, SEWER CABLE TV. 984- OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA. nurses. We have both RN and LPN 17PRESSURE 8620.HOW TO BUY A HOME halt no

964-9317. 12 7498 TFN 13 Openings available In several areas, vacancies. We offer excellent benefits WASHING: House, sidewalks (or little) money down. Call anytime
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 1/2 Ac. home- 2, BR, 2 BATH HOUSE ON 7 ACRES: will train For Into call 708-742-8620, paid time off education incen- ,driveways. Roof Repairs.Tree. $14-1530-8767NATIONAL SHOP
site with view of Hampton Lake. Large $375/Mo.. $150 deposit. Call 1-467- ext 362. 15 tives, etc. We are an Equal Opportunity Surgeon. Call 964-6341. Terry Park PERS CLUB FORMING: Get $20.00
oak trees, 2 well, near public boat 2958, a.m. 13 ATTENTION: EARN MONEY TYPINGAT Employer. If interested or want TFN 17 In Free groceries from your favorite
landing.$25,000.((904)388-679Safter) THREE PASTURES: Approx. 15 acres. HOME: 32OOOlyr.lncome poten- further Information call or write to: CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free es supermarket every month. Need dis-
5 p.m. 12 Plus house trailer hookup. 8 miles tial. Details. ((1)602-838-8885) Ext T- Personnel Manager, Florida State .. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.. tributors.Fantastlcmoney-making po-
NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS & TROLL East of Starke on Hwy 100.964-7033. 17283. 15ATTENTIONHIRINGI Prison, P.O. Box 747. Starke, FL owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559.. tential. Ground floor opportunity. 1-
ING MOTORS: 1989 ft. 1990 models. 13MOBILE Government jobs 32091. 1-904-964-8125. 15 TFN 17snilc'KL 8007356041. 17
Below most dealers Invoice-100% financing HOME WITH ADDITIONS for your area. 1784069485. Call 16028388885 DRIVERS$275-$650 WEEKLY Local or D'S SEWING MACHINE IF YOUR HOME HAS A SEPTIC TANK
available. Marine Sales. Toll rent or sale.3 BR 2 BA on 1 acre.Call Ext. R 17283. OTR. Train local. 355-5500.CON- SALES AND SERVICE: M make find out how to keep it trouble-free.

Free. 1-600-544-2850. 5 days, 8 am- 964-8592 after 8 p.m. 13 IK' STRUCTION:S6-S 1Shrtv/.ub.tn.1dAI- and model cleaned, oiled and ad- skip costly repairs and pumpouts. Get
S pm CST. 12 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH HOME: CH/A. EMERGENCY ROOM NURSES Outside. Comm/Res.:All Phases. Will justed $15. New and used free booklet, call 1-800-828-0152.
REFRIGERATOR: 16 cu. ft. Sears Cold- carpeted room to garden in Straw NEEDED: 7 pm to 7 am. Work three train. 355-5500. machines. Hwy 233 a. 16 (Morgan 17ANYONE
Spot White, $100. 909 N. Thompson berry Acres. $370/Mo. plus deposit days,get paid for full we k. For further ATTENTION POSTAL JOBSI Start Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 CAN APPLYI Guaranteed Visa/
6 HP OUTBOARD JOHNSON MOTOR: One years lease. 301 North 4 miles toN Information, contact Kay Dowling, $11.41/Hr. For application Info call 1- WE DO HAULING: Any type needed. MC.US Charge. Even with bad credit.
$375.00. Call 9643808. 12 ,E. 50th, follow signs. Must see. 1- D.O.N. at Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital 602-838-8885. Ext. M-11006.6 am til Lawn services of all types. Call 782- No one refused.Call-602-842-1087.,
TIRES FOR SALE: Four RVT non-direc- 778-0314. 13 159 N. 3rd Street. Macclonny. I FL 10 pm. 7 days for poslalemploymentdlrectory.JOBS 3084 anytime. TFN 17 ext U4424. 17
llonal. Gran Prix 12.50x15x33. 800 COMFORTABLE 2 BR HOUSE:Has fireplace 32063. ((904)) 2593151. 15 IN AUSTRALIA: Hir BACKHOE, BULLDOZING AND TRACTOR -
mile. $300. Call 964-3939. alter 5 large yard. 7823344. EXPERIENCED FORD TECHNICIAN ing. 1500060.000 yrty. Construction WORK: Call 782-3267. (
keep trying. 13ONE NEEDED:Recent experience.Excellent Manufacturing,. Airlines 'Mel A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: eiThWOLFF
NEW 5-WHEEL ELECTRIC CARTS, BEDROOM HOUSE: Furnished. salary and working conditions. 1- bourne, Sydney, Darwin, Perth. Call Australian European. Scandinavian.
featuring the Pacesaver.Super March Comer N.E. 10th St Road 18 East 259-2298,ask for Rick, between Barn Now) 1-206-736-0775 Ext. 105AL for Japanese high school exchange students -
Call 964-7625. 13 .nd S 15 employment directory. 15 In August. Become u TANNING BEDS: Commercial
Call pm arriving
sale. and '
today save Nu-Ute Mo-
753-8473 In THREE PASTURES:: 15 acres. PART TIME COLLECTOR: Phone and NEED BABYSITTER IN MY HOME. Host Family/American Intercultural home units from 19900. Lamps,
bility.800-282-2294 statewide.Bradenton 12 or 1- Plus house trailer hookup. 8 miles vehicle.$8.00 per hour to aggressive Middle aged woman preferred. 431- Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB- lotion, accessories. Monthly pay
.LADIES WEDDING RINGS: 1/2 carat wt East of Starke on Hwy 100.964-7033. Individual. If you are Interested, send 1890. 15 LING. 17 ments tow as$18.00.Call today, FREE
18k 13 nameandexperte nee resume to:COLLECTOR TRAIL RESTAURANT IN LAWTEY is now LIGHT BULLDOZER WORK: Need drt color catalog. 1-800-228-6292.
gold. Full set. Brand
new. $950. 533-2255. 12 EFFICIENCY ROOMS on US 301 South P.O. Drawer A. Starke, FL taking applications for Morning Cook, spread? Lots cleared fence row 20MINI
of Starke. Clean quiet, heat Air. No 15 Waiters and Waitresses. Exp. preferred pushed. For free estimates.Give us a STORAGE: Great location and
PROM DRESSES: Priced Cheap! Sizes pets. Utilities paid. 964-5687. tin REGISTERED NURSE CLINICAL SU- but not necessary. Apply between call at 964-4908. anytime. 17 superb opportunity.. Owner will fi-
5-6. 7-8, 910. Colors pink, lavendar 13 PERVISOR: Lead the No. 1 Team. the hours of 2-5 p.m.NOW LAWN SERVICE: Let us trim your gras. nance. VR BUSINESS BROKERS
and white.Call 964-8528(am)or 964- 3/2 BRICK HOME ON 3/4 Acre. Cedar Fast paced home health agency. In 15 trim your hedges weed-eat where 378-7663. 20

5637 (pm). 12 and glass Interior. Close to schools. office supervision.Documentation and TAKING APPLICATIONS for experienced needed,_'U do land.capewol1<.Trim FUN RETAIL/SERVICE BUSINESS:
PROM GOWN: Size 15 royal blue, worn $425/Mo. 1-237-7501. 13 understanding of Medicare guidelines lounge personnel. 964-6104. trees or remove. No job too small. So Great family opportunity, locations.
once. $100. Call 964-7860 alter 6 COUNTRY HOME: 3 BR. 1 BA with large helpful.Career position full time salaried 15 give us a call at 964-4908 and give Outstanding growth potential. Owner
pm.12 yard. $350/Mo. Thornton a Associates with benefits from start of employment fB Dad a break. 17 financing.VR BUSINESS BROKERS,
MOVING SALE: ONE OMNICHORD ,Joy Thornton Broker 964-4223. MOTORCYCLES BULLDOZER WORK: Need stumps out 378-7663. 20
(electric autoharp), $200. Like new 13ONE 8772 or 1 30-7CeBevery or land cleared. I charge$40 per hour. BEAUTY SALON: Very attractive,well lo-
condition. 7823735.WEDDINGGOWN BEDROOM APARTMENT: Com- Russin for appointment. Upjohn 450 John Deere. Call 782-3306. no cated.Melrose/Keystone area.Owner
: Beautiful church length train pletely furnished. Clean and quiet Healthcare Services. 15 1978 KAWASAKI KZ. 1000 CO. Excellent answer call 7823954. TFNDAY needs to sell, will finance. VR BUSI-
with lots of lace and bead work,$225. Adults only. 964-8214. 13 REGISTERED NURSES: Visits In condition. $950. Phone 4734508between NESS BROKERS, 378-7663.
7823735.STEREO: Kenwood with TRAILER IN COUNTRY: 1985 14x60, 2 Bradford and Union Counties. IV and 5 pm a 7 pm. __21 CARE AVAILABLE for senior cttjzens. -
turntable graphic equalizer, cassette BR. Clean nice yard one child max. ICU experience helpful. Assessment Monday Friday. Call Su-EI!, pONE IN TOWN:Well located serv-
deck, amplifier, tuner and two very 21st Street and Meng Dairy Road, documentation skills. Part time or HOMES FOR SALE 468-2619. tfn 17 tce business with retail consignment.For .
large speakers. $500. 782-3735. $245/ Mo. plus deposit 468-2305 or full time. Fast growing, career ad- only $27,500 you
TWO AIR CONDITIONERS: 5,000 BTU. 964-6714. 13 vancement Call Beverly Russin at FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR. 1 1/2 Bath BECOME A PARALEGAL Nationally business.VR BUSINESS BROKERS.

$150 and 10,000 BTU $225; also 2 BR MOBILE HOME: On large private 964-8772 or 18004487753. Upjohn CBhome. Living room,dining,kitchen, accredited established, attorney 1976 Instructed,financial,home eld. 378-7663. 20
water coftner conditioner, auto con- lot. 2 miles East of Starke. One child Healthcare Services: 15OCCUPATIONALTHERAPIST.SPEECH large family room w/fireplace and builtin study FREE NEED INFORMATION: On buying orselling
trol system series 155, iron and max. $225mo.. plus $150 security. bar. Screened in back porch, small catalog. a business? Contact VR
sulphur remover $150; also Corona Call 964-6479. tin 13 PATHOLOGIST. Must have credentials pool. Fenced backyard bam w/eleo- Southern Career Institute Drawer BUSINESS BROKERS 378-7663.
electric typewriter, $50. Call alter 6 2 BR 2 BA WITH LARGE LIVING ROOM to practice under Medicare guide.'Brdford tridty. 964-5647. 1.CEDARHOMEOn4.47ac.1112.torywl. 2158 17 .Boca. Raton, FL 33437. 20 -

L p.m.. 96 32O. 12 .family room, dining area. 1 1/2 car .. _ol.F.\Qrk1A..H21Q\ IlisltsJn : . .-"..
W*WOODEN''BUILDING;$ OO9"'Tabte"saw ; .. v ram 'parago;Nb'A/C?Walking distance-to',. '" Pd"TJmm"'Coo'fll fr.-cA": KM toftv'2 BR.2BA..CHlA.. Stone fire '. .'
;' $300: 1 hp submerg, pump w/ downtown. $350/month. Phone 96...-', Beverly Russnat9648772or1-800-' place. Many extras) No assum. mtg. First Bapt.. Church Of Keystone Heights
tank. $750; 200 amp power pole, 6718 after 5 pm. 13 448-7753. Upjohn Healthcare Serv- Call 964-3131 after 6 p.m.Appta.only!
$300. 964-7628. 12 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME:Wlth chaln ices. 15ATTENTION 18 To Host Gospel Sing
RIDING LAWN MOWER 36' cut, elec. link fence on city lot In Sl8I1<.. Furnished 3 BR FRAME HOUSE ON GRIFFIS finest
EARN MONEY READING Church of will host one of the
Keystone Heights
: Baptist
tart with small trailer. 350.25 console or unfumi shed. Call 964-4757. LOOP: Window air, forced air heat,
AM/FM radio BOOKSI)$32,000/year Income poten- stove refrigerator dishwasher fully gospel quartets in South Florida.
color TV w/stereo leave if no answer.
8-track record player. $125. Can be 13 message tial. Details. 1-602-838-8885, Ext Bk. carpeted. Will show by appointmentonly. "Hosanna" will be In concert at First Baptist of Keytone on Sunday,

seen at 390 N. Cherry St. 12 15DEALERS Call alter 6 p.m..964-8970,964- March 18, at 7 p.m. The church is located on Highway 100 in Keystone
PROM DRESS:Size 10,worn once. $40. NEEDED TO SELL FAMOUS 8705 or 964-2586. tin 16 Heights.
Call 431-1942. 12 WATKINS products. Earn 25-500/0. ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES "Hoeanna" Is a mixed quartet from Stuart, Florida, and has performed
Call collect 782-3068. 15NFood from 14 (U-Repair). Delinquent tax around the State at various churches fairs, and community gatherings.The .

HOME CAREDo property. Repossessions. Call 1-602- unique style of the quartet blends southern gospel contemporary,
SANTA FE 838-8885. Ext GH 17283.16 and old familiar church hymns pleasing to all ages. The concert is free

You Like. StoresWhere HOME IN LAWTEY BR 2 BA.Approx.2acresfencedoutbuilding$7S,000... and open to the public.HEATING .

Being a Patient Advocate? Call 782-3819. 16
People Make It Happen IN KINGSLEYLAKE AREA: 3 Bedrooms,
Caring for 5-6 patients a day? Now accepting applications for 2 baths. Separate dining room, large AFFORDABLE!

*Working as Independent Practitioner? Manager & Asst. Manager screened pado,double carport separate -
? Trainees. Sales Clerks. Full or utility room. Located on one acre AND T.H.E.
Having time to give quality care All Shifts
Part landscaped lot Call 964-5200 day-
*Working flexible daytime hours with one weekend per month? Benefits: Profit sharing pension time, 533-2805 after 6 p.m. AIR CONDITIONING APARTMENTS

.* the opportunity to advance professionally? plan paid vacation sick leave and 18DURRANCEPUMP
Having credit union. Health insurance Requires 3 years full-time experience
Enjoying excellent salaries and benefits? available. in the field of heating and air 933 E. Brownlee St.

RN's Lake Butler Worthington Springs conditioning. Should be familiar Camp 3091.
Join our rapidly expanding program with' positions available full time. Lake City Stores for applications with larger commercial Starke. FL

Functioning from our BradforcTBianch office in Starke. 3 yrs.nursing qualifications I refrigeration-type units. Pay begins 9647133at
send to: r
call or resume
desired. Interested applicants
experience REQUIRED $8.31 per hour. Closing date if
Marji Gibson I March 28 at 5 pm. 3 & 3 BR. family oriented with
laundry & large playground.
General Hospital
801 S.W 2nd Avenue Telefhone( (collect) & SUPPLY Position includes good benefits an) FREE Electricity tint month.

Gainesville,Florida 32601 EOE state retirement plan. Qualified Rent 3O% of your monthly Income

individuals should apply in person or II you quality.
3.35 hr.. 40 hrs. a
Ifjrou earn per
:< "GOULDS': call (904)) 496-2222 ext. 176 or send week ft have 3 dependents, your
'r R' S AE Mveiis I resume and application to: rent would be about $112 a month
,!:r *... Wi tet) Personnel Dept.North Florida or 93.73 per day for days left In the
"" ; first.Qualified .
Fi r: 'rt' T lS il I : Reception Center p O. Box 628 month for move-In after the.
.. I I. Singles Accepted.Opportunity
: ISy'st ms. FL 32054. 1
( : ) Lake Butler Equl Move-In coat can be as low as

Large or Small Loads of Llmerock "- Systems : Employer. Preference $10.OO Low Income
in appointment will be given to 5<<. 6 Homing
e Tractor Work Backhoe e Bulldozer eligible veterans and spouses of = Rent jar 3OHof
Pump Sales & Service On All Makes veterans. Housing V Your You QunlfoSinca Income

.E 4M '1829G4 5823b.-964.60
Well Drilling -

Residential & Irrigation

Lie #1305 I
Since, the day you ,let the Army National' Guard
+ *7f1 864 N. Temple Ave. Stoke
Jrl OftUO X Eves & Weekends: 964-7878 help you through college.
Here how it works: Cive us about two days a

month plus two weeks a year.You'll be eligible for

up to $3,000 in education assistance -

IWI JANE S. USHER A heat pump % does two when CI tional Bill.bu$2.000 with can the enlistment earn Montgomery an addi-

Realtor bonus. During the course of
NI.S Your Union County will feel o and twoequd .your enlistment you'll also

7'fl/lOl' lake 496-2126 or 733-3300 CUylIr."KI' anyone $11 OOO? pull down a minimum $11,000

fJerl 'In salaryAll
comfortableWith' for about two days a month plus two weeksa
|M J intEf) leu than 2 yrs old. Ownsmotivated
BRAND N5 l Jrooia2 Jofn s. Central heat and air. Price. year.One
Idd ,- r more thing you'll have an opportunity
(/fo TO lee
ACRES. Acres 4 ACRES-8 ACRES. 4 ACRES. 7 ACM add a lot to your resume when you graduate -
01 PARCELS ACRE -Owner will. finance with$300 down and $150 per month bated on with skills you learned in the Army National

1 ocr. price. Down payment and monthly payment discounted for more ...-..nt ....... Cuard.Whatever
purchased. Call for more detail Information. .07 tbs Trsns It 1200 but pump. your colFLORIDA
FOB UNT OR SALE with owner financing ovallable..2.Story home, 2, It's bound to provide s long..total the XI; lege majoc discover the 1 qtr
ofaanfart Because
blocks from Main Street.a > .IIMS.NCINOI fodIl 1Y00(' : thertrona heat pump 1&backed: bJ an exduslwlnDUr.ctwa'a 10 year new math in financial assistance I.i: ) ".vr-
II POI : ': : both the comp rnew and coli.phi 2 yaws on p.rta. Aid two and two
e"0'$2O,5OO. kmlted on
with Sit" OSR warranty : _
Poyme SQAND !&m'ntr.ly I."rj! : hlClt c/I1deIIq helps MI ener. ....all JtIII' lon,
Owner dlwR' poyme h8uA repairs. Jr all unlt'.lIUper today ror mote detalla on the XL 1200 hn Flnlndna Ie..ftlJaljJe.e"lJlNlr equals 18000.as much as _

for mare information.
Call o, IlDlOOM. 2 lATH FRAME HOME Owner financed at 10% Interest With the Army MCTIQNJIL

Nds r.pair. COWARTAir National Chard
E.droom, I bath brick house Include central heat and ok, gUKRDAmericans'
fOR Get started today ,
Appliances i, extra large lot, "Near' hospital. Call Ian. S. Usher. 496-2126 Conditioning Contractors CallDavid

755-3S00 or 18007290736.
fOR OR MORE LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY? .ma,Bradford CACOJ71J28: Cot and. I 96 4-8025 SGT KIrkland their best'J

CALL.... 496-21 Day or 753.3300Njghtst saITOdin counties for over 111 ,.ars. 964-8862

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About to Rock? We Warn You!IA Church Car/Truck Wash

I (I Keystone Area Ads ] multi-media presentation on the Influence of rock music'(lyrics,sym- Set for Saturday, March 17A

at bols Evergreen, etc.) using Baptist slides Church and video by will John be Harp.given Friday, March 30,at 7 p.m.. Car Wash sponsored by Victory Revival Center of Heilbron Springs .

.' Mr Harp active member Inc., will be held March 17, from9Ita.mSta' tt.ell1J.nk
,an of Hickory Grove Baptist Church In Green SaturdaYI parking lot.
The wash d at the
Cove Springs recently appeared on TV, Channel 12. He has spoken to car
HELP WANTED to help out
Cost is Thornton invites everyone
$2.00 vehicle. Rev
FOR RENT churches and groups on every occasion possible to deepen their per .
CAUIR IN REAL ESTATE.We train. Coll awareness of the dangers of rock music. Having been In this field earlier this drive for funds for the center.
Dean Weaver. Wation Realty Corp MOIIll HOMES.Partially furnished 2 or 3 in his life and having done Intensive studies on this subject John Is well
REALTORS, 473.4816 or 4752272. bedrooms.$135-$130 per month. SR 100, qualified.We Lawtey Middle School Plays Host

6mochg-. ()-5.30 across from Lake Geneva. Call 473.75660,473.7810.4mo..pdlQ.2645190 hope that you will take Advantage of this opportunity to learn more For Dolphin Dollar AuctionThe
NURSES AIDE-Port-time to full-lime about this ,
IN Lawtey Middle School held its first Dollars auction.
for small rest ham. Able to work all TOWN-One BR/one B. CH/A, Dolphin
shifts and weekends. 4732881. $240/mo. $75. deposit. Call 4734961. Students are awarded Dolphin Dollars each week for exhibiting<< good
4tchg3-l3-22-29/4-S 4tcr.g3-8-15-22.29 citizenship and grades. Each six weeks students are able to "cash !in on
$100 DAILY Processing phone orders. MOBILEHOM.-Two Bedroom, good loca field trips movies and other fun things.
473-2251:30 .-11:30a.m: 7-9 p.m. tion. 473-2658, after 4 p.m. 2tpd3-15-22: [[ ] At the end of the first semester the teachers Involved with grades 6-8
? Area
llchg3-IS HOUSI-Two Bedroom 2.6 mo*., partly County AdsFOR solicited items from various businesses to be auctioned off. Checks were
furnished on little lake Keystone. written to the students for the amount of Dollars they have saved.
$250/mo. 4733760. 1tpd319GENIVA Students were able to bid on 100 different items ranging from
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SPRINGS-Condo-2BR/2BA, LR, -
-- -- -- homework to
passes radios ball bats
gloves hair
to sodas
DR, Util.Room/ kitchen, A/C,
comp. and cloths. The
BEAGLI.To"oo In ear. 473-0268 after 6 garage. $325 4752052. ; SALE CARS AND TRUCKS coupons students for school administration and staff commends our
working towards this goal of achieving good grades.
p.m. Found 'In Gasline Road/lm- 4tchg3-13-22-29/4-3 behavior and school spirit.:

mokol. Road vicinity. 2lfr3-15-22 CLEAN:2 BR. 11/2 BATHS Mobile Homeon 1 DRAWTm HITCH for full size! truck. 77 FORD MOO Completely redone New Ann Smith wins Honorable MentionAnn
Immokalee Road. $250/Mo. plus $80. call Jason at 9648791. tfn. everything from front to back and
NOTICE damage deposit. 473-2566. 10 PC. PITT G OUPn v.r used ov.r under the hood. Call and make an offer Smith, a third grade student at Lawtey Elementary in Mrs. Lisa
$1800 value, sacrifice $695. 4962934. ) 964.8791 ask for Jason. TFN. Buxton's class won honorable mention in the Florida State Poet Associa-
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted WHITE CHRISTIAN GENTLE- 2tchrg. 2/22,3/22. .7 FORD TEMPO Ssp. silver 2 door, good tion Contest. She placed fourth out of the 228 entries from third graders all
to the Lak. R.glon Monitor office MAN, 58 years old, "needs room- REFRIGERATOR WASHER, DRYER t ELECTRIC condition. stereo/cassette, take over over the state. Ann and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith, were
In writing and paid In advance mate to share expenses In nice STOVE olio appliance repairs, call payments. Call 964-8791 or 964-6713, honored at the Monday night School Board meeting. A certificate from
unless credit Is already established peaceful home near Lake Brooklyn 4962090. 2tpd. 3/8, 3/15. ask for Jull. TFN.REAL. the Poet Association and a Plaque from the PTO were presented to Ann
with this office. and new Millers Mall. Call Don 6 am LEOPARD DOGS for working cows, hogs, by school principal, Buddy Paterson.
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD to9:30 p.m.Cost runs$200/Month for or protection 2 month old. $50. ESTATENEW Classroom News...
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN heat, air, phone and rent. 473-0301. 4961126. 2tcrg. 3/8 3/15.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS IAKEN OVER 13 PIANO FOR SAlEWanted: Responsible Lawtey eighth graders would like to thank everyone In the com-
THE TELEPHONE. Party to toke on mall monthly BLOCK HOMI plus 2 acres.Also 1,3, munity for supporting them. All of the funds raising has very suc-
Classified deadline I. 11:00: a.m. Tuesday PERSONAL payment on piano. See locally. Call 3 acre lot. Call J.J. Parrlsh at. cessful.We have raised all the money needed to go to Washington.been Special
prior to Thursday's publication. Manager at 618.234.1306 anytime. 496-3035. after 5 p.m. 4tpd. 3/8, 3/29 thank yous to Mrs. Atkinson, Mrs. Mallard Mrs. Flynn Mr. Paterson
Minimum charge I $3.50 for 15 words, DRYWALL-Smail job specialist. Available 3tchrg. 3/13, 3/29. 3 BR, I BA. BRICK NOME CHA double Coach Teller Steve Crews, Mark Hildreth, dell Boyett Betty Williams,
then 15 cents for each additional word. evenings' and weekend Evans CHOW-CHOW PUPPIES For Sale, Call tarpon, above ground pool w/30 acres Jean Tanner, Betty Edwards, Tammy Odum, and Mrs. Crawford for all
If bill. are mailed out. there will be a Drywall. 4737574. 1 1tpd315HOUSECLEANINGWeekly 496-2909 day or night. 2tpd. 3/15.3/22.. of land. Will sell home and 2 or more their help making the chicken dinner sales a success. We are Washington
$3.00 billing charge. monthly or DOUBLEWIDE WITH 3 APPROX.: acres. separately.'U Call 7529473. 2tpd. Bound April 30. .
Mailing address P.O. Box 1171. lust once. 473-4035
ACRES: 34000. 462.4543 W.T. Weeks U.D.C.
496- Chapter
Keystone His., FL 32656PERSONALS 4tchg/3-15-22-29-4-5 or MOBILE HOMES ,
BiNGOI.Sundoyoft.rnoon 12 noon to 9 3505.4 To Meet Monday Mar. 19
p.m.Saturday night at 7 p.m. American SPRINGS PLANTATION
; .. i Legion, Highway 21 N. 8tpd283.29 :. 2 1/2 ACRES, $12,000 or The W.T. Weeks Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, will
E YARD WORK-Blowing, raking light haul- $1700 DPmt and assume payment of LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT IN FLORIDAAll meet on Monday March 19, at 11:15: a.m. at the home of Mrs. Herbert
CHRISTIAN GENTLEMAN. 58 years of Ing odd ,lobs, leaf/ raking. 4734055. $98.462-4543 or 496-3.>011 new homes five percent down. 14' Thomas 818 W. Pratt Street.
age,6T,200 Ibs.widowed,divorced. 4tchg2-22/3-IS wldes start at $500 down doublewldes Mrs. J.T. Lawson will give a program on "The Battle of Olustee".. If
Intelligent flexible,elegant, romantic, SEWING MACHINE-Not working' Don't PERSONAL SERVICESWELl at $800 down. Call 753-3119. Circle B you are interested in becoming a Daughter of the. Confederacy please
don't drink, smoke or do drugs. Needs panic. Call Swindell 4737862. Work Homes, Lake City, Fl. feel welcome to attend this meeting._ ,
sweet lady to bury her pride and guaranteed Used machines. $SO and DRILLING AND FOUR BEDROOMS Big 1990 28',70' with
answer this quality ad to be his friend up. 4tchg3-l-22 Dor- plywood floors, wood siding, shingle
and his wife Jesus/ calls us home. ROOFING AND REPAIR.Quality work at man Well and Septic Tank Inc.-26.4. Inch roof plus free delivery and set-up. St. Patrick's
wells .. Day Special
Write P.O.Box 763.Keystone Heights, reasonable rates. Call George at Pumpssales, i jlc Installation $290 per month. Call 755-3114. Circle B
475.2977 or 473-3480 (home). septic tanks, lift stationsNew -
or call Don. 473-0301. 6 am tl 9:30: Homes, Lake City, Fl.
cm. Recent photo please. 1 4tchg3/ installation dralnfleld repairs. BANK REPOS I985's and up. Perms
BABYSITTING-Chrlstlan mother will keep Contact Bryan (Skeeter) Doublewldes, $1,000 down.Slngl.wld. .
AUTOMOBILES your children In my home. Experienceand Jones-275-2004-: Jones- 2752716. .* $500 down, Everyone can ae
references available. Call After 6 p.m.State licensed- work buy. Bad credit or no credit. Call $ CTOOGlENDA'SSHEARDESIGN

1983 PONTIAC6000. LE. 62,000 miles. Excellent 475-9302. 2tchg3/8-13 guaranteedfree estimates. 1/25 5tpd. 755.5114. Circle B Homes Lake City, Fl.
ARTS and 2/22 thentfn .
condition. $2,890.00 or will CRAFTSClossesWednesdays.Preichoolers 190 DOUBLEWIDI 24'x44' Threebedroom
10 a.m.-l PILL DIRT SEPTIC TANKS llmerock
trod. for farm tractor with buihhogg. a.m. School light 2 bath, wood siding, shingle
473-4489 1tpd3/13 age, 3:45 pm.445 p.m. For more in poles, wells or package deals. Culverts ,roof plus free delivery and set-up. '
1912 DODGE 400-A/C. A/T AM/FM formation call 4733321. 2tpd3-8-13 A dozier work. Call 275.2268, 7 a.m.-7 14995. Call 7555114. Circle B Homes,
TRACTOR WORK-Bushhogglng back p.m. 273-2197. after 7 p.m. 14tpd. 3/1. Lake Fl. 4d. 3/1
Cassette, Vinyl top new tires. Only blade and City 4tchg. 3/22
disking $25.00
45.000 miles. Excellent condition. free estimates 4734849.per hour HELP WANTED 1990 21X704 bed 2 bath, free setup and Ask For Joyce & Receive an
2700. 4734558. Itpd3-15 4tchg3-&15-22.29 del for only $283 a month. Call Mitch Extra 10% OFF

ADULT CARE-State licensed, laundry, Joe or Jim at Uncle roy'i Mobile Home 9644151118 S. Thompson St. Starke
ATTENTION-HIRING! Government 9043645197.
housekeeping, excellent meals. Two
openings available April 1. McRoe your area. $17,840-S69,483. Call DELUXE 1990 SKYLINE DOUBLEWIDE Lop- "W. lib to **.p you looking good" WALK-INS WELCOHEPURS
1984 HONDA CR-80-Dlrt bike. $300. Retirement Home. 4732881. 16028388885. Ext. R9127. 3tpd. 3/1, siding' shingle roof, fireplace and much
475.2798. Itchg3-t3 4tchg3-8-13.22.29 3/8, 322.EXCELLENT. more for only $270 per month. Call
SATELLITE SYSTEM-Rapossessed due to JACKIE'S CLEANING-Servlce. Home or I PART TIME OPPORTUNITY Mitch or Joe. Uncle Roy'. Mobile
Office. Reasonable Rural Paper Route collections to carrier Homes- 9043645197. r
divorce-still under Nothing rates. Light
warranty. or 1990 14X80 3 bed. 2
bath only $166 FLORIDA
down. $39/mo. 1.272.10314tchg3.81522.29 heavy cleaning, Phone 4737912. plus generous subsidy. $10,000 accident
per month. Call Mitch or Jim at Unci.Roy' '
4tchg3-8-15-22-29 policyReliable transportationneeded. Mobile ;
ONE CALL-We'll do it all. Prefer vets A semi-retired. 9043645197.
SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke new, 6 mo. old Housecleaning
1990 14 WIDE
w/scrambler. Nothing down. $49/mo. painting yordwork, small repairs. Call Pick-up point In Lake Butler Call Mitch. Uncle only $6995 F.O.B. Call Joe 'ONTROL
or Mobile
Roy's Home
1.272.1018.4tchg3-8-15.22.29 Robert or Shirley. Exper. Refs. 1-800-443-9493 Galnsvllle Sun. Ben 9043645197.
1913 FLEETWOOD-14x70 SANDPOINT, 4730713. 4tpd3.I -n-29/4.5 Paulsen. District Manager.2tpd. 3/8. Cstscs C9
:24X44 3 BED 2 BATH
setup and dell: -
2BR/2BA, CH/A, $2000: down, o..um.paym.nt. FLOOR
only $175 month. Call
per Mitch, Jim or
$180.74. Call after 6
DRAGGIN.HOUSE OUT OF Immediate openings for to or three Joe. Uncle Roy' Mobile Home
weekdays. 4730621. 2tpd3-8-13 LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Service for really nice people to distribute audiocassettes 904-364-3197. 4tchrg. 3/6.3/29. LEY SEVILLETRUCKLOAD"SALE
1973 12x70-Jacks Mobllehome, 3BR/2BA
all your foundation repairs. 473-7721. to commercial drivers. YouM.s.l "> '
; w/trallern$3500 good T-.....w.t.IOA/\.CHI obo.Coil 473-5664 A.. goes after, TFN 17BOATS I will be helping someoneelse while, PERSONAL SERVICES 'II [V .JUD
easily earning good dollars foryourself.
5 p.m. 2tchg3-13-22 FOR SALE / For complete written information -
CONDO-Geneva Springs-2BR/2BA. Lost simply call 1-904-492-0388- for NETTLES TREE SERVICE: types tree
built by builder, Bud Em.ry. LR, DR These
SAILBOAT-Vlctorlo Eighteen 1979 good Dan. Itchrg. 3/15. work. 496-1326. tin 17 top quality L
Kitchen and Util. Room Garage.
condition 3 soils, looks and ..011.gr.ot semi-dwarf grass
4752052. 7
: 0.m..11:3O: p.m.
4tchg3.1 5-n-29/4.5 20HP MURCURY-Motor-Good) 3000. 9643473. 2tchg3/8-15 condition. plugs are pra-rooled. -
MOBILE HOME-On Lot 100x150, 14000. TULLER
$400 obo. 14% Ft. Orlando Clipper with They grow out instead
Fla.Room. 2BR LR, Kitchen. Immediate
occupancy. High Ridge Estates trall
473-2781 or 473-2371.1tpd3-13 and do well In shady
ELECTRIC STOVE-As Is. .$20.: 473.3609 or Office
Keystone Heights
473-0867. YARD SALESNEED areas. ''I

11 HP. MURRAY TRACTOR/MOWER: 260B S. Lawrence Blvd. Priced regularly at -
36 cut, new belts and battery. Newly TO HAVE-a yard sale but don't $4.95pertrayl
want the hassle* Call us at the PACK
serviced. $400. Call 475-3208 after 473-7213
5.30pm.: 12 RAT. Get rid of It all at once for a fair 0 a BED MIX
price. 473.2183 for appointment. : "' FERTILIZER5Ib.5219

HOMES FOR SALE 3tchg2/8-15-22/3-l
MARCH Is-li-Corner For
Jasmine and Or 49 Plugs
chid.Keystone Hgts. Tools, clothe, ap
cute asa pliances. 1 1tpd3-13 PAIN CONTROL
button 2BR home In the heart of BARGAINS
GALORE-Saturday, March 17, PERTfiAY
Keystone Heights. Lake Geneva access 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 115 Flamingo. Behind Headaches
one block. Call Sue Still 473-0723,
Monitor ltcha/3-13 Neck & Arm 10 _
Rtdleam' Richardson Realty 4731136. 18 plugs .Each covers tt>SO fl
per tray tray up q.
4tchg2/22-3/13 Saturday and Sunday Mar. 17, 18. MovIng Mid Back Work Related
Must Sell Everything. Lots of ASST. FLEAS?
Low Back &
Dick 2 sheds on oak-shaded lot. lake Good Stuff. Make Offer. 473-7742. Leg Sports Dursban-Precor

Hutchison access. Paved road, city 7 S Personal BULBS ANNUALS Combo
water, CA fireplace. 32000. Owner -Auto Accidents for Indoor controlPreSeason

fin.1lpd/3-13 available. 473-4616 or 4734616. WANTED 25 0 8 8 0 Sale

WOMAN-Who can cook, clean, dig '' DR. RICHARD C. TELLER ea. a. Jv $1 288
ANIMALS worms, clean fish, and owns a boat 4'pot3
and motor. Send picture of boot and e
motor to 5291 CR352, Keystone Heights, .
wpapers.shots. FL 32563 CHIROPRACTIC CARE /'he.
Very best 473.7740 I"at
quality. alter .
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24 HOURS A DAY 7 Florida Pest Control

FOR SALE DAYS A WEEK 539 E Call St. a Phone 964-5745

BY OWNER-Melrose area, 3.2 acres, OFFICE HOURS Open: 8-6
overlooking lake large oaks. $16,000, J l Office Hours Mori..Frt. 8:90.8.00 p.m. Sat By Appointment

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I From left Richard Wolf,Danika Richardson and-Kim Johnson attended a leadership conference In Washington D.C.
earlier thb year.The three met with key leaden and newnmaken from the three branches of government the media I
and the diplomatic corpc.

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I __ Three Bradford High students at- a government relations forum com- ference was the Mock Congress on
I tended the 1990 National Young prised of lobbyists from various cor- National Service in which the
s rr Leaders Conference earlier this porations and public Interest groups.A scholars assumed the roles of Untied
year in Washington, D. C. visit to a diplomatic embassy anda States Representatives by debating,
fTHRUNinUSTATESaltc ,97 Kim Johnson, Danika Richardsonand State briefing
---- -" ---' Department were lobbying and voting.
A National Richard Wolf left for D. C.Mon- also Included among the week's ac Kim is a senior and the daughter of
Pictorial Map... day, January 29, for the Conference tivities. Jerral and Joyce Johnson of Starke.
Five BMS students are shown with a pictorial map of man, Casey Trimble,Justin Jones'and Greg Marshal, sponsored by the CongressionalYouth Kim,Danika and Richard had the Danika,a junior, is the daughter of
the United States as It would have looked In 1787 just who worked as a group preparing the map for competition Leadership Council.They met unique opportunity to meet with Sam and Gale Richardson.
prior to ratification of the present U.S. Constitution. In Tallahassee. March 3. with approximately 400 outstandinghigh Senator Connie Mack Culminatingthe Richard, a sophomore, is the son of
In that year,the Northwest Ordinance was passed by school juniors and seniors from National Young Leaders Con- Richard and'Mary Lee Wolf.
the Continental Congress, which abolished slavery In The map depicts In pictorial fashion, major events around the country who have been
the northwest territories and established guidelines for selected for this unique honor basedon /
leading up to the formation of the United States Con- Jimmy Strickland is
granting statehood to territorial possessions. stitution,which was drafted In 1787,ratified In 1788 and demonstrated academic achieve-
Above, from left, are Jonathan Smith, Candle Nor went into effect In 1789. ment, leadership and citizenship.The .
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5 BMS Students Compete in Map ContestFive the Leaders of Today. Throughoutthe
six-day conference, the students
met with key leaders and This Dodge D-150 4X4
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with help from Casey Trimble.
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T. Hilton children and two great-great grand- flowers, contributions may be madeto Gainesville, following long illness. Homer L. Stoltzfus. Funeral arrangements but were will in be.A .ww '.
children. the Alzheimer's Association. Born in Clinton, .Illinois, Mr Wills Survivors include one step- complete at press
Mrs. Louise Thomas Hilton, 76, of Funeral services were held Friday moved to Keystone Heights in 1979 daughter, Anne Monro of Tempe, announced at a later date by Archie .'
Lake Butler, died Thursday at the morning at 11 a.m. at the graveside Edward SalsberyMr. from Clinton, Ill He attended Arizona; one stepson, Homer L. 'Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.;

Alachua General brief Hospital illness.A ,. in New Hope Cemetery in Alachua Edward (Eddie) Salsbery, 70, Keystone First Assembly of God; Stoltzfus, Jr. of Keystone Heights; Jannie C.:. PatrickMrs.
Gainesville, following" a County. Rev. Jacob Thomas of- of was a retired carpenter foreman for one sister, Ruin A. Yorgey of Lan
lifelong resident of Union County, ficiated. Archer Funeral Home of March Keystone Heights, died Thursday, Femley-Dicklnson Construction Co. caster, Penn.; 11 grandchildren and Jannie Carter Patrick, 66, of
Mrs. Hilton was the widow of the late Lake Butler was in charge of ar Center 8 Gainesville, In University Nursing Care Bloomington, 111.; was a member of; seven great grandchildren. Lawtey;died Friday,March 9,at the \
of following an extended
Harlow Hilton and was a member rangements. illness. Born In Travis City, Carpenter's Union, Local 63; was an Memorial funeral services for Alachua General Hospital, .
Harmony Freewill Baptist Church. Army veteran of WWII. Mrs. Stoltzfus were held at 2 p.m. in Gainesville,following a brief illness
Michigan Mr. moved to
Survivors include two brothers, Alton L. Milliard Salsbery in from Mr. Wills is survived by his wife, the Park of the Palms Chapel, on Bom and raised 'in Maxville, Mrs;
Keystone 1974
J.T. Thomas and Harry Thomas, Heights Patrick moved to the Lawtey area in \
Opal Walker Wills of Keystone Sunday, Mar. 11, with Mr. James
both of Lake Butler; two step- Mr. Alton Lee "Dick" Hilliard, 81, Detroit, Michigan. He was of the Heights; two daughters, Betty Lou Gilbert and Mr. Ernest Woodhouse 195'where she was married to the
brothers, Johnny and Jimmy of High Springs, died Thursday, Catholic faith; was a retired truck Phillips of Des Moines, Iowa and officiating. Burial will be at a later' late William M. Patrick of Lawtey. .
Thomas, both of Lake Butler; two Mar. 8, at the home of his daughterin driver for Shepard/Young Tool & Devvie Sue DellaCroce of Keystone date. Jones Funeral Home was in She was of the Baptist faith. '
sisters Donnie Mae Van Over of Salt Springs, following a long il- Gauge Co.; an Army veteran of three
High Heights; two sisters, Louise An- charge of arrangements. In lieu of Survivors include -
and Annie Maude Cowart of lness. Born in Ft. Pierce, Mr. WWII; a lifetime member VFW,
Springs drews of Keystone Heights and Ruth flowers, donations may be made to daughters, Mrs. Patricia Thompsonof
Savannah, Ga.; her stepmother, Hilliard moved to High Springs AM-VETS Post 86, Keystone Callison of Atkinson, Illinois; three Christian Missions in Many Lands, Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Vorease
Mattie Thomas of Moultrie, Ga.; several years ago, formerly living in Heights. grandchildren and one great grand Inc., P.O. Box 13, Spring Lake, N.J, Jones of Starke and Mrs. Tonya
Survivors include his
three and four great Melrose for He was a daughter, Lake six
grandchildren many years. 07762 or Skyview Ministries, Inc., Hodges of ; sons
member of Melrose United Priscilla Pelkey of Detroit, Mich.; son.Funeral B.rPaf> Patrick of
grandchildren. services for Mr. Wills Rt. 2 Box 139-A1, Albany, Penn. William
Funeral services held Sun- Methodist Church and was a retired one son, Michael q. Salsbery of M. Patrick
were were held at 2 p.m. at graveside, 18833. Clements, NC'L Robert ,
day at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Archer salesman/repairman for National Plymouth, Mich.; his brother, Gadara Baptist Church Cemetery, Marvin "Tex" Patrick, and RonnieR.
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Cash Register Company. Leonard Salsbery of Keystone on Friday, March 9, with Rev. Ken Patrick, all of Lawtey, NormanH.
the Rev. Bud Hill officiating. Burial Survivors Include his wife, Heights; one sister Aleta Seaboughof Pippin officiating. Jones Funeral Mrs. Delorts OrganMrs. Patrick and Lawrence H.
was in Elzey Chapel Cemetery Frances Sweat Hilliard of High Springs Keystone Heights; six grand- Home of Keystone Heights was in Patrick, both of Starke; one brother,
under the direction of Archer ; one daughter, Marcia Roysterof children and one great grandson. charge of arrangements. Delores Organ, 44, of Mr.:Floyd Carter of Maxville; three
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. High Springsone; brother,ErnestW. Funeral services for Mr. Salsberywere Petersburg, Virginia, died Saturday sisters Mrs. Mable Manning of Doctors
Hilliard of Okeechobee; one held at 1 p.m. in St. Anne's morning, March 10, in Bradford Inlet; Mrs. Melba Williamson of ,
Frances E. GregoryMrs. sister, Lorena Spivy of Okeechobee, Episcopal Church on Monday, Mar. Evelyn R. StoltzfusMrs. Hospital following a brief illness. Green Cove Springs and Mrs.Lucille
5 and 6 great grand- 12, with Rev. Grafton McFadden of R. Stoltzfus 84 of Funeral arrangements were Incomplete .
Frances E. Gregory, 91, of grandchildren Evelyn Padgett of Doctors Inlet; 20 grand
children. ficiating. Burial will be at a later died Tuesday as of press time, but will
Keystone Heights, children and two great grand-
Jacksonville, died Wednesday morn- Funeral services for Mr. Hilliard date in Keystone Heights Cemetery. Mar. 6, In Alachua General Hospital, be announced at a later date by Archie children.

ing illness.at her home Born following in Savannah an extended Ga.-, were held at 11 a.m. in Melrose Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Gainesville, following a short il- Tanner. Funeral Home of Funeral services were held at 2
United Methodist Church Mon- Heights was in charge of ar- lness. Born in Pottstown Penn Starke.
she lived most of her life in Jackson- on p.m. Tuesday, March 13, at the
ville. She was a homemaker and a day,March 12, with Rev.Jaynie Nell rangements. sylvania, Mrs. Stoltzfus moved to Paul Edward Lee Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral 1
Hickman and Dr. C. Durward Park of the
member of the Catholic church. Keystone Heights, Home with Rev. James Cowart officiating
Survivors include two daughters McDonell officiating. Burial was in William II. Wills Palms, in 1971 from Pottstown, PA. Mr. Paul Edward Lee, 73, of Burial was in Peoria
Hilda Gregory of Jacksonville andVirginia Eliam Cemetery at Melrose under Mr. William H. "Bill" Wills, 72, of She was a homemaker; was a Starke, died Monday morning, Cemetery in Doctors Inlet with Archie '
Shaw of Alachua; four the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof Keystone Heights, died Tuesday, member of Park of the Palms March 12, at his home following a Tanner Funeral Home of Starkein
grandchildren, seven great grand- Keystone Heights. In lieu of Mar. 6, in the VA Medical Center, church and was the wife of the late brief illness. charge of arrangements..

I American Legion Post 56 Holds Mardi Gras-Style- Dinner Note of Sympathyfor \

American Legion Post 56 and the After first being assigned to a was awarded a certificate for his in 1920 and was named after the nar- Dr. O'Connell
Auxiliary Unit held a Mardi Gras make-believe town and political par participation in, and passing, the row guage boxcars (voitures) in April
supper Tuesday, February 28. ty, the weeks activities were non- Boys State Bar Examination. France during World War I, which
Guests of honor were the students stop, both agreed. Donny Francis, another Boys could carry only 40 men or eight Members of the Bradford Arts munity College Endowment Fund
who attended Boys State and Girls Setting up the "51st State" the Stater,was unable to attend because horses. Council deeply sympathize with Dr. for restoration the Jones-
State programs last summer, Beth week was spent in actual practice in of playing varsity baseball at North Charlie was recently honored at a April O'Connell, psychology and Rosenberg building as a performingarts
McKinney and Steven Thornton,and governmental processes, including Marlon that night. special testimonial weekend by his humanities instructor of Santa Fe center and museum for Brad-
their families. elections and debating bills in the Also honored at the supper was Voiture Locale 215 of La SocIete des Community College, In the recent ford County. Contributions may be
Beth, daughter of Dewey and legislature. Charlie Schafer, member of the Post" Quaranto Hommes et Hutt Chevaus, loss of her son Michael. Friends of made in the name of the O'Connell
Vicki McKinney, said that her experiences Steven Thornton, son of Donald for 41 years, and member of the 40 Jacksonville Beach. Dr. O'Connell who would like to ex- Brothers. For more Information
at Girls State and meeting and Ursel Thornton, stated althoughhe & 8" since 1951. The Forty and Post 56 Commander Al Rodrigue press their sympathy may make please contact Lila Yawn at SFCC
new friends from throughout the was not elected to a post, "It Eight, the fun and honor society of furnished the supper of sausage, red contributions to the Santa Fe Com- 964-5382.
state "will never be forgotten." wasn't because I didn't try." Steven the American Legion,was organized beans and rice, Cajun style.

Girls Scouts: In Touch with ,
I UP TO $1500
The 21st Century Todav Illllllllllfc'll

Have you made plans for the future? throughout the weekend. Special "
Gateway Girl Scout Council, which thanks to Uncle Charlie and Aunt B Sa* It!

serves over 16,000 girls and 5,000 Ruth and Kathy Hobbs for sharing OR 6.9% FINANCING WE BEAT ALL CREDIT
volunteers in 15 counties in North their time and talents.A .
Florida, has. They are in touch with wide game on Saturday morningwas Illllllllll
the 21st Century today. another favorite. Scouts were ON SELECTED MODELS UNION PRICES
When you buy a box of Girl Scout treated to five stations on their tour ,

cookies during March, you join themin which included games, songs, a craft, ','. ,- ,
making a difference today for dancing and a tasting party (all using -
tomorrow. /'" '". the InternattonaKThenie). Special .

Each year during March, Girl thankathe.triiproviding! ,the .. .. .
Scouts throughout North Florida sell goodies' for the' tasting party, to "P Jro8t'Gl. '90 AEROSTAR XL'! h : 1990'ESCORTGT : 4 1'
Girl Scout cookies. The money raised Dianne Westcott and Cadettes for

through the sale goes to support troop games, to Andrea Abrams, Judy with AMTM--. V8 auto ovndrive Nlg'output engine, programs and training for girls and Dukes and Seniors for crafts. premium sound,AC. two-ton pant.AC .premium sound, -
doth bucket teat, 5spd c--- privacy glass AMTM( .. .
volunteers. Always top on the list of most en- .,elac rear delogoer, _.. .,luggage port package
Troops use their portion of the joyed at the event is meals. Chef power mirrors PS,PB rack
money earned from the sale of the Oleeta Hardenbrook out did herself ", *
cookies to help others and enhance with Belgium waffles, Oriental $25426"* mo. $1 0 988* x13,488' L $9,995 J
troop activities. Some troops supply vegetables over rice, Chinese fortune per -
food boxes to feed homeless. Others cookies,a Brazilian Jungle breakfast,
sponsor troops for girls who are Dutch apple crisp, Mexican Nachos,
physically, emotionally or mentally Tahaitian punch. Thanks to Oleeta, .
impaired. her assistant Marilyn Hardenbrook, 1990 M50XLT 4x4 1990 BRONCO XLTFullstra.PW.pt
Cookies are still available in BU. Donnie, Wade and other kitchen help.
Thanks to Lake Butler cluster for EFI free engine air pkg,OD trans.wheels,XLT, ,cioiricaplalne I. Free air package,AMfFM _' IE:1.1\
the special Friday evening activity \\rim. chairs.AC, Cassette, luggage rack, +---'1
happy Birthday lull chrome guage pkg, AMiFM cassane stytod. .!
privacy swing
glass t
and their bole low ;
sharing special Philippine swing away mirrors .r road wheels swing awayspare tire with, carrier.
Girl Scouts this week
join way
Gateway line ,anti-lock .
guest. The Pinati was great, thanks bench seat ,302 V8. .
with the U.S. in AfvVFM
scouts throughout rear brakes stereo i/
Nancy Webster, Sharon Brady, Bob-
Girl Scout Week and the *
celebrating bie Howell and scouts. ) 116,666 511,988 .
$12 988 J
78th Birthday of GSUSA, March 12. .
Locally troops will be in service, The weekend was'under the direction -
selling cookies, and partying in of Events Chairman Laurie -Applicable rebate, plus tax& lags&teas down. 13.5%APR/60/ mot.with approved credit 'All price net after rebate,plus tax tag 4$96.60 handling fee

recognition of the birthday.BU Mullins who did her usual outstan-
Campout ding job of having us organized. ,
The annual Bradford Union Cathy Hilliard served as registar.
Neighborhood Campout was a total Evaluations praised the activites, 1989 MERCURYTRACER 1989!!. FORD TEMPO
success, in spite of the weather. The critized the weather and one camper YOU
cold front did not dampen spirits just wanted us to go camping when it was
made everyone move a little faster. warmer, in January..,.
Camp Chowenwaw was beautiful the
last weekend in February with bloom- Thanks to all the troop leaders
ing trees and bushes,just the place for assistant leaders, mothers andhelpers .
225 plus campers.An who assisted in planning CHOICE
International Theme to celebrate transporting and .' t
Thinking Day was used for the takes alot of adults to make a three 2 Dr, 4 Dr. Auto, Air, Cruise & Morel 4 Door, Automatic,Air
weekend. Square dancing and songs day campout for that many campers a
from other countries were a hit success. It was a job well done.

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XiIota Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi *

Sorority Update...

Xilota Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held its
business meeting Tuesday, March 6, in the sorority clubhouse. Plans PER ... ,
30.were discussed for our"Founder's Day" banquet which will be held April -=:; .

Xilota Delta Chapter and the two chapters from Keystone,Pi-Si and Nu
Phi Mu, have this One does the skit
together every year. chapter
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favors and decorations. _'
Beta Sigma Phi was founded by Walter W. Ross, 59 years ago. There i
are chapters all over the world. Beta Sigma Phi means Life, Learning,
and Friendship.Tuesday 89 MERCURY SABLE GS OR '89 Bronco XLT
night after the business meeting, the chapter had a special 9 Morcury''
guest speaker Mrs. Mag .Gl'uley"She told everyone about abused and Cougar- LS .. FORD TAURUS GL .
neglected children and about the program,Guardian Ad Litem.The GAL
program is about people-who'yplunteer! to stand up for abused and 12 TO CHOOSE FROMAll -
neglected children------ asilncoln : eV6
The next meeting will be held:\ March 20. Mrs. Amy Mosley, Chief of Town Car with
Nursing, VA Hospital of Lake City,will return to lecture on the topic of 28 Mui: ,. Mojppr :Automatic, rt
different veneraf diseases. The public is invited to come to hear this lecture < Bronco
at 7 p.m. at the Beta Sigma Phi clubhouse located next to Mosley stereo, '
I Tire Company, 301 South in Starke. For more information, call Linda : : : o--v'' ore--;' )
ft t Mosley, W4-6600, or Brenda Thomas 964-5S11. .a : tilt, '8&Dodg*
Attention all Sorority Sisters and husbands: Don't forget to come to the i cruiserThese -
Sorority clubhouse March 17, 7 p m. for our St. Patrick's Day Potluck .
Supper. We will have bologna of a good time;' cars '

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Games .,
Winning Br. iligh boys tennis Jackie Strmopolous went 8-3 by
team improved their season recordto Mayra Cruz, BUS No.2 KHS seedBeth
5-1 with a 4-3 win over Keystone Strickland went 8-3 by Sophie
like be Trinity
would a
How you to High on the road Tuesday afternoon. Fanton BHS. No.3 KHS player
baseball coach with junior varsity Kenny Carlton pitched a nohitterat t VP a i March 13. Dawn Schmidt went 8-4 by Amy
pitchers who've allowed four hits in Trinity Junior High in an 10-0 4 of KHS
The BHS girls, now 2-4, were shut Griffis, BHS. Laurie Owens
the last three games, Including a no- shutout here Tuesday, March 13. out 7-0 by the Indian ladies shut out Kristy Harrison of BUS 8-0
hitter? Chris Snow hit a 3-run home run Top BHS seed Mark Shuford in the No.4 match. No.5 KHS player
That exactly the position In which with Tory Kitties, who had walked defeated Derek Courtney KHS 6-3 Laura Bruning went 8-2 by Emily
Coach Jeremiah Johnson finds on third baRe and Jason Lee who on the number one court. FreshmanJason Nugent of BHS. No.5 KHS player

himself. Tuesday, Kenny Carlton no- singled, on first. B.B. Prevatt hit an i, Welty, the No.2 BHS seed,got Sunny Sundusadee shut out Terri
hit Trinity High of Jacksonville. RBI double In the first inning. .1 ahead of Keystone's Lee Glenn and Crawford of BUS 60.
Monday. It was the first time Jeremy Crawford's hit an RBI dou- IL% $ went on to an 8-5 win. No. 3 seed The KHS doubles team of Jackie
Carlton,known for his power hitting, ble on which Prevatt scored. BHS Chad Welch, another freshman, Sirmopolous and Beth Strickland
had pitched since Little League. had five hits.Carlton .
defeated Payton Capper KITS 8-4. ,beat Mayra Cruz and Kristy Harrison -
Monday, March 12, Chris Snow making his first start Michael McKinney, the No.4 BHS of BHS 8-2. Dawn Schmidt and
threw a one hitter at Gainesville since little league struck out 10 and seed, lost 8-5 to Stephen Daniels Laura Bruning of KHS combined to
Eastside. March 5 Chris Snow threwa walked 2 in the bottom of the fifth'; KHS. Shannon Hicks the No.5 BHSplayer shut out Sophie Fanton and Emily
three-hitter at Jacksonville Trini- otherwise Carlton would have had lost M to Ron Philbrook, Nugent of BHS 80.
ty.The perfect game. KHSi In an exhibition match the KHS
JV nine Is now 5-0 for the Md/od. ','nl'" KHS needed to sweep the doublesto doubles team of Laura Racine and
season. LOON LOON win, but Starke's Mark Shuford Joy Martin went 6-4 by the BHS
Ptt fcer>catctoHnfilder, B.B. t\,..." f I 1 II."...... I 0 0 and Michael McKinney paired to team of Amy Griffis and Tern"
Prevattr--moved" up-toU* tarsjty; 0........ 0 I 1 M'.d' 0 I 0
defeat and of KHS Crawford.It .
Courtney Capper
back down /.N.S f I I W.d..1b 000C..e
briefly, has been moved .p I I 0 N.nw. Ib 000C.M.d 8-5 to bag the win. Keystone's Lee was another tough match, said
to the JV team.Upcoming. ... 011 '......I 100III. Glenn and Stephen Daniels combined Coach McGriff. After a week! off the
..lb 0 I 1 ........." I 0 0JsN he
to defeat the BUS duo of Welty girls Just weren't ready to play,
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Next JV game is home against ..ft I I 0 C..h.a I 0 0 _. _. __. ''_' __.. ._.'_.',. _.- 'V __ It was a good match, said Coach
Palatka,this Friday, March 16, at4 .w.ll I."h 10 0 O'ls..n"h I 0 0S Jerry McGriff. "We played well and, .
p.nv .: ?' ,i1' *1111 1700The Kenny Carlton on hU. way to s no-Utter glnt Trtrrjnm)| < )-itfUno won the close ones." Upcoming...

1 Monday, March-19, the JVHine is Next BHS tennis match is 3 p.m.

home against University Christianat Varsity Hitters Shut Out Eastside for First Win Girls Shut Out... Friday, March 16, at home with
March 22 BHS
4 p.m. Thursday, It was another tough match for the St.Augustine
goes to U.Christian for a 4 p.m. still winless Bradford High ladies.. Tuesday, March 20, BHS will be on
game. Bradford High baseball team, Trinity 7 BUS 5 Vanguard 7 BUS 2 The KHS ladies swept all matches the road at Middleburg High for a
now 1-8-1, got its first win of the
Andy Goodowns scattered seven A 6-run, second inning rally lifted 'for the 7-0 victory. Top KHS teedOrganizational 3:30: p.m. match.
BUS 13 Trinity 5 season last Friday, March 9, In a 12-0
shutout of Eastside High in hits, walked three, and struck out Ocala Vanguard 7-2 over the Tor-
Pitcher Chris Snow allowed three Gainesville.In three Monday March 12, as Brad- nado nine Tuesday afternoon,March Softball Meetings SetThe
hits and the Bradford High JV nine
two other games BHS lost. Mon- ford High absorbed a 7-5 loss to 13, in Ocala.
hits in going 13-5 by
banged out 11 day, March 12, BHS bowed 7-5 to Trinity High in Jacksonville. Senior Bo Hersey started and took
Trinity Christian High School JV second of two organizational ment across from the high school.
BHS was within one or two runs all the loss for BHS before being releaved
Jacksonville. BUS -
team in Jacksonville Tuesday after- Trinity High the meetings for the 1990 men's and The March 27 meeting will be the
way. by Shawn Nichols with two out in
noon, March 5. lost 4-5 to Trinity March 5. Tuesday the women I Softball leagues is set Tuesday final date a team is allowed to enter
VanguardHigh second., Four OV hits two
Jeremy Crawford had two hits. March 13, BHS lost 7-2 to doubles and two singles BHS March 27, by the Starke the league. League fees, due dates

Snow, pitching a complete game,. in Ocala. Darren Eunice 2-for-4 for the day error and a Walk, accounted, plus for a the Recreation Department, sponsoring etc.will be finalized,and any new information
struck out 12 and walked 4. had a 2-RBI single in the first. Two second Inning organization. from the American Soft-
BHS scored one run in the first BHS runs scored in the third on three uprising. Cards roster forms, league rules ,ball Association should be available.
Jason Lee doubled and scored on a BIIS 12 Eastside 0 walks an error,and a hit batter.The Upcoming... and league fees and possible starting Anyone who cannot attend is requested
sacrifice by pitcher Snow. Vinnie Bo Hersey threw a three-hitter at fifth BHS run came in the seventh Tomorrow (Friday March 16) the dates were topics' of a Feb. 20 by Recreation Director
Blye was admitted on an error,stole Eastside High in Gainesville last when Andy Goodowns, admitted on BHS nine goes to University Chris- meeting.The Cheryl Godwin to send a represen-
second,and scored in the second inning Friday, March 9, and walked only an error, advanced and scored on tian for a 4 p.m. game. meeting Is 7 p.m': .for Women's tative or call the Rec Dept.,964-6792
on a fly ball and a couple of two batters in a 12-0 Tornado win, singles by James McNeal and Dar- Next week, March 21-24, BHS Is In League, 7:30: p.m. for Men's League'in and announce an interest in being in
miscues by the Jax team. In the fifth the first of the season. ren Eunice. the Santa Fe Tournament. the ,Starke Recreation Depart- the Softball program.
Shannon Brown was admitted on an

error and scored on a passed ball. 'IV W.,' 0
In a big sixth inning BHS scored Call Toll-Free Call from
nine runs on five hits, doubles by 1
Vinnie Blye and Reggie Byrd and from Anywhere j ( 'Gainesvillein

singles by Kenny Carlton, Shawn '
Rowell, and Shannon Brown and ii: .
some miscuses by Trinity. 1-800-329-FORD
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