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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Noting Of County Law Enforcement



Used Tro..... by Buster Rahn Pat Henry, a Starke police officer get settled into the office and get
The Boy Scouts of BCT Staff Writer several years ago is a new appointee "everyone's feet on the ground." He
be collecting "used"America will Ken Etheridge was sworn into office filling the chief deputy posi already has instructed his deputies
trees in several locations Christmas 7y for the third time Tuesday, tion. Henry has been working with to drive by the school nearest their
December 25. after ik 1 January 3, following a hard fought the Florida Department of homes each morning, and if they
Please don't burn a political campaign last fall. Transportation as a training officer. have time, to visit with teachers and
your old tree. ( Danny Thrift, former city police students. It is his desire that
Deposit it in one of the convenient V After having been sworn in twice
collection centers. Behind by Notary Public Lisa Alvarez, officer, was appointed as a road students learn law enforcement officers -
BUilding at the Fairgrounds the and Ag 1 Judge George Pierce "made it official deputy. Thrift is certified in drug are there to help them,and get
at
all waste collection ," said Etheridge. identification and radar operation. away from the stereotype thinking
centers including r
Jason Bennett unrelated to that officers the
are
in in enemy
the Keystone landfill r Etheridge was sworn early
The trees will be used in the nationally December in connection with being former police officer Ricky Bennett "We've already gone to work on
recognized Northeast bonded, a requirement for public officials was appointed as a road deputy. the drug problem,' Etheridge said.
Bennett is Bradford
Florida Beach Dune Restoration a native. Telephone calls have been receivedin
Project. The second swearing-in was the Charles Carter, former Lawtey reference to drug sales and drug
Lrw. : result of being appointed to fill the police officer, was appointed as a pushers in various areas, and othersare
". interim between the end of Sheriff road deputy. going to come forward to give us
Bass Fishermen... Dolph Reddish's tenure at midnightDec. Two women, Kim Griffis and names of pushers, the new sheriff
31 and the beginning of the Susan Goodner,have been appointedto said. I
Bass fishermen are also collec- Etheridge term, Jan. 3. fill positions in the office. "With the help and support of I
ting used Christmas trees to be us- Unlike the transfer between Gib Three officers have been hired at county residents,better law enforce-
ed for fish cover in area lakes. Brown and Ray Norman, transitionin the Jail. Two positions were added ment is coming to Bradford I
Deposit trees at 813 South Colley New Cat in Charge... the Sheriff Office was made recently, and one vacancy existed County/! Sheriff,Etheridge says.
Road. Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge and M. David Aderholt the new department without the benefit of communication when Etheridge came on board.
Investigator, congratulate each other... between the out-going and incoming Reddish had purposely left the jail According to old records
Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge who was sworn in by Judge George Pierce officers. Contact betweenthe positions for Etheridge to fill with Etheridge is the 18th sheriff to holdoffice
Class of '69... earlier Tuesday, congatulates Lt. Aderholt on his promotion to lieute- two officers was limited to the his preference of employees. in Bradford County since it
nant. signing of inventory records, Etheridge said the three new was founded in 1861. Four sheriffs
The BHS Class of 1969 is planning Etheridge saidEtheridge deputies meet current police stan were killed while in office. Sheriffs
a reunion in a special meeting Sun- was ready to go Tues- dards, and vowed that all his ap- G.W. Epperson and Henry W. Ep-
day, Jan. 8, at Kelly's Night Limit day morning with new staff pointments will meet those re person, father and son, were killed
in Lawtey. 7 p.m. members to replace three deputiesand quirements. The three jail custo- five years apart, in 1885 and 1890.
For more information call Billboat two clerks that resigned at the dians do not have Department of Sheriff E.E. Johns, father of former
7823130. end of the Reddish reign. Correction Custodlial Officer Stan- Governor Charlie Johns, was killed
dards, but will enroll in the academyat ih 1905 and Sheriff J.N. Langfordwas
Deputy David Aderholt, a hold Union Correctional Institution for killed in 1912. Sheriff Joe P.
Jan.9 UCAP Meet... i over from the former administration the course. The county will under Bennett committed suicide in 1907,
The United Citizens has been promoted to Lieute- write the expense of the School. but some thought he may have been
Pollution (UCAP) will Against meet Mon- nant, and assigned to investigations. Etheridge said his first job is to murdered.

day, Jan. 9, at 7:30: p.m. in the

tend.concerned Bradford County citizens Courthouse.are urged to All at- Smooth Transition Made by Clerks

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Crime Watch... As Ray Norman Succeeds Gib Brown I

All concerned citizens are askedto -
participate in a 7'p.m. Jan. 12 (a ; by Buster Rahn become acquainted with the budgeting and handling of county
BCT Staff Writer employees. funds. Working with figures has :
Thursday) meeting in the Starke city -
hall when the Starke Police Ray Norman, elected by the Norman said all 19 staff membersare become a way of life for him, allow I
Department will provide informa- voters of Bradford County to suc- going to stay on board, and he ing him to feel comfortable in the
tion to establish a Crime Watch ceed veteran Clerk of the Court Gib does not have any plans to change chair vacated voluntarily by Gib
Program throughout the city, says Brown, officially moved into the personnel in his office. Brown.
Chief Bill Reno. Clerk's position Tuesday, Jan. 3, by Since the election, Norman has at- Brown said there will be no I
"If everybody's concerned about taking the oath of office, ad- tended seminars in Orlando and changes just for the sake of chang
crime in the city, then they need to ministered by Judge George Pierce. Tallahassee, instructing new clerks ing. He will analyze each situation,
participate. It's going to be of con- The transition is going excep- how to do their jobs. Norman said he he said, and make changes only
to Chief tionally well, Norman said, because has also visited the various courts he when mandated by the legislature
everybody
cern ,
Reno. says retiring Clerk Gib Brown, who did will serve, learning the system and andchanging situations.In .
not seek re-election, has been becoming acquainted with his court summing up his position, Nor-
cooperative in making the change.In related duties. Bank duties made man said, "I will continue to providethe
U-CAN Meeting... fact, Brown brought Norman into him familiar with the Small Claims good sevice that Bradford

Dr. Paul Connett, who has a PHDin New Clerk Takes Oath of Office... the Clerk's office as a Deputy: Clerk Court, but from the clerk's vantage residents have" come to expect from
Chemistry from St.Lawrence early in October, following his elec- point, he now sees the complete this office.
University in Canton, NY, will Ray Norman Is sworn-in Tuesday morning Jan. 3, by Judge George tion. The three months experiencehas operation, Norman said. Pictures on the office wall indicate
speak on alternatives to hazardous Pierce. Norman succeeds retiring Gib Brown veteran Clerk of Court. allowed Norman to learn the Norman has drawn on his 21 years that Norman is the 8th clerk since
waste incineration at a meeting at duties and routines of the office, and banking background to understand Bradford County was formed In 1861.

7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, in the


KOA tian UCAN Action Banquet stands Now Room for, a group United, US301S.organizedin Chris- Crime Watch to Be Organized in Tuesday Meeting I

December, according to Sandra .,
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anesthetist at Baptist Medical Citizens, businesses, churches, the current: crime wave, the most up signs indicating than an area hasa pellets, he said. A suspect has not the midnight shift in convenience
Center.Dr. and clubs must do their part In cut prevalent aspect of which is the drug watch isn't enough to deter crime. been established but through per- stores. The two clerk proposal by
Connett will address problems ting down the Starke crime rate, problem has been a main tennant of "But if he knows he will be watched, sonal contacts between the county Wall, similar to one in Gainesville,
of communities that have in- says Acting Police Chief Bill Reno.A Sheriff Etheridge's campaign. if we can make him aware that he'll and city the two departments traded has prompted Miller: Enterprises,
cinerators for hazardous waste. 7 p.m. meeting for next Thurs- "We'll have information to give be reported, he'll want to go useful information that may help operators of the Starke Handy Way
Child care provided. Call head, day, Jan. 12, in the Starke city hall out on how to set it up," says Chief elsewhere," Chief Reno says. solve the crimes.Ultimate Stores, to improve security, Chief
964-4288. has been set up by Chief Reno to Reno of the Watch Program. Chief The chief is optimistic that the ci- goal of Chief Reno is to Reno said. The firm opposes the two
start a Crime Watch Program in Reno wants to put citizens on watch ty's crime rate can be reduced if an make the City of Starke unpopularwith clerk proposal, saying it is not the
Starke. All the people concerned and get them to report suspicious effective watch program is in- lawbreakers. best way to fight crime.
Upcoming... about the local crime rate should at- happenings they may see that may stituted, if businesses take better
tend the public meeting to learn to be a crime. security precautions, and if communications "Rather than play catch-up, my Installing cameras, reducing the
.Public meetings scheduled in the Block chosen from each is with the goal is to bring Starke into a preven-
do their part to prevent crime, says captains, improved amount of cash kept in a store,using
coming weeks are: Chief Reno. area of the city, will meet at a later Sheriff's Department.Working tive situation he says.That includes smaller advertising signs on win-
The Starke Board of Adjustmentis Officers from the Gainesville date to set up neighborhood watches.A together will help par- making it harder for people to attack dows and instructing clerks not to go
scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. today will work with when similar crimes lone clerks working! m badly lit convenience -
Police Department are scheduled to captain residents in ticularly cross outside at night to empty trash or
( Jan. 5) in Starke
City Hall.A Thursday. attend, to add input to the meeting. setting up a chain of command to im- jurisdictional boundaries, Reno stores. sweep the parking lot are some of
committee of the Starke Newly installed Sheriff Kenneth prove communication if suspicious says. For instance, last Saturday a City Commissioner Ed Wall has the measures now being im-
cil will meet at 3 today coun- Etheridge says he plans to attend activity is noted.According string of businesses In the city and asked Starke commissioners to plemented in stores In Bradford and
(Thursday, Jan 5)p.m.in City Hall to the Crime Watch meeting. Fighting to Chief Reno, putting county were damaged by BB gun think about requiring two clerks on union Counties, Reno said.

discuss sewer and water bid pro-
cedures.


Jan.sion The meets 9, in Bradford the at commissioner's 9:30 County a.m. Monday Commis-, Council Wants to Renovate or Demolish! Resenberg Buildingby I

meeting room in the courthouse.The .
meeting was postponed from Buster Kahn move off dead center, the city The store will be located on Ute removedA : Adkins Street Crossing, $420
the first Monday in the month BCT Staff WriterCommissioner agreed informally to give the local site of the Coastal Oil Station, at the building at 933 N. Oak St., own- Call Street Crossing, $613
because of the New Year holiday.The Charles Schaefer Historical Society two years to find SW corner of Madison Street and ed by Geros Jones.A South Street Crossing, $420
Bradford School Board advised the Starke council funding for restoration. If funds US-301, and operated by Coastal horse barn behind the Powell The council approved the mayor's
meets at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9, for Jan 3, that glass from TuesdaYd were not found, the city would then Mart. The property is owned by property, owned by Donald and signing of the contract.
the first of its two monthly Rosenberg building windows has remove the building and utilize the Shirley (Mrs. Lavon) Andrews. Margaret Richie.
meetings. The second school board been found in the street, and he is site for parking. The city failed to Since the parcel is alreadly zoned The council approved the owners'
meeting is set for Jan. 30, since the taking steps to cover all windows formalize the two year time period commercial, rezoning was not re- request to demolish. the old Street Name...
board will be at a state meeting the with playwood, in order to protect with the society.Commissioner. quired.Several. buildings. City Clerk Neil Tucker presented a
fourth Tuesday. the and traffic. Vernon Silcox said, months ago John Torode letter from the Bradford County
Lawtey City Commission meets Schaefer building said it will passing take 16 panels of "I think we should contact the local razed the large Shell Service StationIn Ponds, RR Crossings... Development Authority requestingthe
lot 7:30: p.m. Monday, Jan. 9, in city plywood to cover the windows.The Historical Society and ask for a the SE corner of Madison Street Attorney Brown presented the paved street in Enterprise (In-
Jiall. The meeting was postponed a shorter time period." and US-301, directly across from the first reading of a proposed amend dustrial) Park be named "L.M.
week because of the New Year. holi- council approved the action City Attorney Terence Brown proposed Joy Food Store and built a ment requiring property owners to Gaines Memorial Blvd."
day.Starke without a formal motion. echoed the thought, saying, "If the convenience store in connection with fence "storm water holding ponds," The council approved the request.
Council: workshop on The city paid$60,000 in grant funds Starke Board would ask, we mightbe Stare pumps. an area of special concern to Com
utilities, 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9, city to purchase the building about two able to expedite matters." has 10 or more conveniencestores missioner Travis Woods.
Other Matters...
hall. years ago,with the intention of tearing John Miller on the Board of Direc- within its limits already, withat The wording of the proposed city
UCAP meeting set for 7:30: p.m. it down and paving the site for a tors of the Downtown Merchants least one additional store on the ordinance tracks regulations imposed Clerk Neil Tucker asked for and
Monday, Jan. 9, Bradford County parking lot,as part of the Downtown Association, said, "I think if you drawing board.A by the Suwanee River Water received approval to hire a temporary
CourthousC. Redevelopment Project.The few weeks ago, Freeman District employee to replace a com
gave them a they will allow Management ,says Attorney
.Brooker Council meets at 7:30: city council was stymied in its you to raze the year building.J Register III sought and received ap- Brown. puter operater on leave. The
p.m. Tuesday Jan. 10, in city hall. plans by the local Historical Society, The discussion ended by Attorney proval of site plans to build a conve- Violation of the city ordinance Is a replacement worker will be neededIn
Hampton douncil meetaat 7 which is interested In restoring the Brown volunteering to contact nience store In the NW corner of criminal misdemeanor Brown said. the late summer.
p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, In city hall. building.-since-it Is on the historical Tallahassee "to get things moving," Madison St. and US-301, where a Although Woods was absent, the The council approved a request by
New River Solid Waste Association register as having historical value. and Mayor Bobby Biggs saying Gulf Service Station now operates. remaining four commissioners approved Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee to pay
meeting: 7 p.m. Tuesday Jan. The building was constructed before "We'll give the Historical group 90 Construction has not started on the the first reading of the proposal tuition for a fire fighter to attend
10, Union County Courthouse in the turn of the century,and has beena days." Register site.Razing with the second reading EMT (emergency medical techni-
cian) school. Hardee said firemen
Lake Butler. landmark in downtown Starke for
Two local stalwarts, Guy Andrewsand scheduled for the next regular council
Old Structures... with EMT training can provide
Crime Watch organizational. 100 years.The Gene Matthews, have been meeting.
meeting; 7pm. Thursday, Jan. 12, local Historical Society, led by removed from the Bradford County Schaefer reported several old Attorney Brown said he has back-up for rescue assistance personnel for, and
Starke city ball. All concerned E.L.Gene( ) Matthews of The Historical Society by Gov. Bob Mar- structures have been razed by the city received a signed contract from CSX provide on-site | in-
citizens urged to attend. Telegraph, has attempted to find along Brownlee Street in the jured fire fighters.
tinez, eliminating some pressure on Railroad in reference to maintaining Brown said the :-
-SUike Council: third Tuesday funding to restore the old building, the city council to save. the Feno section, at request of owners.. rail crossings In the city, and asked Attorney firemen to remain city cannot the,
meeting,.7:30 p.m., Jan. 17, city but has failed to Interest anyone or Rosenberg Building.. Removing old buildings have a twofold council approval for the mayor to require for of time on in
job a specified length
Bradford any group, Including government purpose, eliminating hangouts sign the document.
County Economic funds, to put up the estimated Joy Food Store... for drug activities and improvingthe The contract was discussed by the return for attending ber school, but a
Development Corporation will bold $330,000 needed for restoration. looks of the community.Upon request council in a workshop 2-3 weeks ago, provision may bargained for,
Ita board meeting Thursday, Jan. Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal by the property owner,the city and approved In a subsequent council -< allowing firemen to repay the city:
The city cannot"raze the building displayed a site plan for a Joy Food to structureand for expenses Incurred\ In sending
19, at S Santa Fe Community has the authority raze a meeting. It provides for the city ,
College Conference Roota. without becoming liable for repay- Store, and received approval by the bill the owner for the work. to maintenance as follows: personnel to school,if they leave city
ment of the funds used Starke council for construction pay employment before an agreed ,
grant for purchasing its Schaefer said two more .Madison Street Crossing, $613 upon
the propertyIn order to with only minor changes. owners have asked to have buildings,, ..Jackson Street Crossing", $415 time. .w


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I State: Modular Homes Legal in Neighborhoodby 'lltk. i

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Buster Rahn Board of Adjustment present Dec.27 The Osbourne property was states "''No manufactured building
BCT Staff Writer did not wish to rule on the question already zoned for single family having Department Insignia of approval -
Zoning Director Darrel O'Neal without a full board of five members residences eliminating any need for shall be In any way modified
cancelled the called Bradford Coun- being present. Therefore, a request rezoning or review of the site plan prior to installation except in con- pllilll Ilullll IHI! Il k
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ty Board of Adjustment meeting for an iterpretation of zoning regulations under existing local regulations. formance with rules of Departmentof ,
scheduled for last night (Wednes- concerning modular homes Osbourne had placed the modular Community Affairs."
day, Jan. 4) after receiving a was tabled until the special meeting home behind his own home for his Caudill further cited paragraph 3
telephone call from Jon Caudill in Jan. 4.Bill .: parents to live in. as saying "State rules cannot be L' >S f q i.5 '-
Tallahassee. Stoughtdn, owner of Spectrum Zoning laws allow manufactured modified by local rules or regula- A .5 4
Caudill Identified himself as a Homes of Deland who placed a homes to be placed in any area zon- tions nor can they take precedenceover
staff consultant in the Departmentof modular or manufactured home on ed for single family residences. The state laws."
Community Affairs, with the the Tom Osbourn property in only question concerned the removalof In view of the conversation with
responsibility for reviewing and ap- Seminole Ridge residential area the steel frame underneath the Caudill, O'Neal cancelled the called
proving manufactured housing.The asked if regulations required for the building. meeting but planned to meet informally ,
special meeting was called removal of the steel frame beneath Caudill told O'Neal Florida with area residents who fail to
because the three members of the modular homes. Statutes, Ch. 553-37 paragraph 4 receive notice of the cancellation. ic
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I Representatives Meet, Discuss ]Local ConcernsCongressman


Bill Grant has announced establish a formal organization to goals." hopes to address at the Jan. 9
that the first meeting of the promote legislative initiatives and Members of the association In- meeting include the future of rural :
recently organized association of better coordination between Federal clude: State Sens. Pat Thomas of hospitals, impact funding for coun-
state and federal legislators from and State government."We Quincy George Kirkpatrick of ties which host prisons, the
North Florida's Second Congres- recognize that although Gainesville Vince Bruner of reorganization plans of the Instituteof
sional District will take place Florida has many problems com- Fl.Walton Beach, Ander Crenshawof Food and Agricultural Sciences ....J
January 9. mon to all geographic areas, there Jacksonville, and Sherry D. (IFAS) and the state's proposed
The meeting will be held in the are a number of issues which are Walker of Monticello, and State hazardous waste treatment facility. Bradford on The Fence!
Governor's large conference room unique and particular to North Reps.Sam Mitchell of Chipley; Ran- Larry Williams Starke florist and designer, takes special care in hang-
on the Plaza Level of the Capitol Florida" Grant said. "I have been dy Mackey of Lake City, Al Lawson ing a wreath marked "Bradford" on the iron fence in front of the Gover-
Building in Tallahassee.At very pleased with the cooperationand and Hurley Rudd of Tallahassee Grant added that the group's first nor's mansion in Tallahassee. Williams was one of a group of 25 florists
a Grant sponsored cookout in enthusiam of members of the George Crady of Yulee, Chance Ir- formal meeting will also be devotedto who volunteered their services to decorate the mansion for the holiday
November legislators discussed group. There is a real appreciationfor vine of Orange Park, and Ron organizing the legislators into season.
common problems across North what can be accomplished by Johnson of Panama City. smaller groups according to their
Florida and agreed in principal tn working togs't'' Grant said among the tonics he particular areas of interest. Starke Florist Helps Dress Up


I Tollroad Hearing Schedule to Be Released This WeekA Governor's Mansion for Holidays

Larry Williams of Starke gave up his Thanksgiving holiday weekend to
new schedule of hearings on the concern many people at the early Miller said that 20 to 25 hearingswill needs to be done to relieve this join a group of 25 other professional florists in an early Christmas gift to
proposed Jacksonville-to-Tampa toll hearings" Miller said, "so we wantto be held on each topicproject overload. Governor Bob Martinez, his family and the people of Florida.
road will be released late this weekor present facts and figures on which need, and proposed corridors- Williams, a free lance designer participated in a three-day marathon
early next week according to the proposed toll road is based." He locations between Jacksonville and Miller said that this time the hear- work session to deck out the Governor's Mansion in Tallahassee in an
William (Bill) Miller, director of did not rule out the possibility of Tampa, including Starke. He said ings will be' more prominently elaborate floral tribute to the holiday season.
District 2, Florida Department of questions concerning other phases of the current traffic count on US-301 at advertised in the press in order to Hard work, long hours, and paying his own travel and hotel expenses
Transportation Lake City. the project but the aim is to focus Starke is well over 30,000 vehicles adequately inform the public as to were part of the package,but Williams says he gained more than he ga veIn --
Director Miller said the first hear- primarily on the subject of need. t>er day Indicating! that something time and place. satisfaction from a creative volunteer team effort. He is a member of
ings in the new series will primarilybe The second go-round of hearings the Society of American Florists, and on the board of directors for one of
concerned with data gathered for will concern proposed new cor- the major wire services in Florida.
the purpose of justifying need for the ridors,as well as revisions of the two Unique arrangements of holiday decor were used in every room, and a
toll road to cope with an ever- original corridors which are still in New River Ramblers Victorian theme was selected for the massive Christmas tree in the mansion's -
increasing volume of traffic betweenthe the running Miller said, althoughthe foyer. It was draped with peach and ecru lace and Williamsburgblue
two destinations. "The questionof did not discuss changes that are moire ribbons burgundy beading,thousands of clear lights,sprays of
need for such a facility seemed to apt to be under study at the time. peach-burgundy apples and roses made of fresh galax leaves tinted gold.
Currminir Each Month The iron fencing surrounding the mansion was decorated with wreaths of
each one bearing the name of one of Florida's 67 counties in gold
-- - -- --- greenery
M. O stitching on red velvet streamers.
Elect by Buster Rahn day and return Sunday afternoon With the aid of a cherry picker provided by the Department of Transpor-
tation, able to of his the
Larry was complete one assignments-decorating
but free
BCT Staff Writer are to go earlier and stayr
second floor balcony, in front of the mansion.In .
later if .
The 35 members in the New Rive they desire.i
In the the State dining room, the historic silver punch bowl from the Bat-
Ramblers Chapter of the Good Sa February local chapter will
RickyBENNETT t Club to Rockledge Florida tleship Florida was used as a centerpiece, filled with such traditional
are utilizing their recreational 1 go to a state-
vehicles each month in group camp- wide meeting in which 400-500 rigs native Florida items as lilies holly, pineapples Birds of Paradise palm
r outs, with 15-20 rigs making trips tc will attend. fronds and pine.
campgrounds within 125 miles ol f While the chapter limits its rangeto The participating florists were treated to Sunday rind Monday luncheonsin
1- Starke. 125 miles it can vote to extend the the mansion, and a six o'clock cocktail party after they had completedtheir
Although the group was formed I distance. In December members "labor of love" Monday afternoon. The florists also enjoyed having
Chief of Police only six months ago it has been one> voted to make two trips Into North their photographs made with the first family including the Martinez dog,
of the most sllccessful ever formed,, Georgia this year, In May and Oc Mascot, a basset hound they had decked out with a big red bow.
says Ben Lanier State Director. tober. Most campers will make 5-10 They also received another invitation to return to the mansion on
January 24, 1989 Florida has 96 active GoodSamchapters i day camp-outs on those trips. December 8 for a reception before the public tree lighting ceremony.
all of which schedule! Cost of membership is minimal Williams said that at the beginning of the work sessions, security regula-
$16.25 tions were explained and the florists were required to notify guard if they
camp-outs each month. In com per year.Although the charter a
"As A 12 Year Veteran of the Starke Police parison there are only 14 chaptersin i I limits membership to 35 members found it necessary to leave the room in which they were working. "But as
Department Ifeetthat I am fully qualified to Georgia. (rigs), it is possible one or two soon as we all became known to the mansion security force things became
Police. The New River Ramblers held five i! vacancies may occur. in the next much more relaxed" Williams, said.
serve as Chief of
your camp-outs in the last five months ol f[ month or two. iti i -I '
am sincerely concerned with the welfare of the in.Q-:;.ala,,, Anyone who owns' an RV and in-
all the peopre of the city and will uphold the :Bushnell Jehriings.'lJike'F.atf, &.,,, "t\'rtlted1n'l! tl1rlng with the group,
and the local KOA should member im-
Campground.In
duties of this office to the best of my ability." January, the group will cam]]i, mediately. Visitors may attend the
on the Suwannee River in the Spirit t meetings by Invitation.
Other Qualifications Include: of the Suwannee campground about t Allen Jones is the incoming presi-
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Graduate Police Certificate Holder from Campers usually leave Starke FriPeople master for 1989. George Gershwin was just 26 years old when he completed his piano
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January 5, 1989 TELEGRAPH Pale 3A
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7-1 BHS Ladies Alone



+ Atop District StandingsThe Winning

ar 1. 1 Y r. Tennis
Lady Tornado basketball Kendra Butler is scoring at an 8.5
team 6-1 over-all and 5-1 in the points per game average, Rhonda Instruction
District., go into post-Christmas action Bright 7.8,and Annette Simmons 7.3.
Private leSION
at Ocala Forrest this Saturday Off the board, Lady Tornadoes are
night, Jan. 7. led by Rhonda Bright, averaging $10 per Hour OR
a k A t The Lady Tornadoes travel to Santa 10.6 rebounds per game; Evette Lam with a Friend
Fe High next Thursday Jan. 12. Covington 7.8, and freshman Arilla For $5 each.
They are not home until Tuesday, Williams at 5.8.
Jan. 17, when Live Oak comes to The Lady Torndoes changed their Call Mark at
Starke. offense over the holidays and have 473-4380 or 964-6305
: been working hard on a man-to-man. Students Include
BHS currently! leads the district Coach Slater feels he has 10 girls
: and the Tornado girls must win to that can play, so he plans on putting Member of KHHS
-J--- stay atop their district, says Coach more pressure on the ball and his High School Team
: John Slater. team. As always, the Lady T's will
4 4 : Currently, the BHS ladles are be- be a running team. The man-to-man
ing led in scoring by Monic Williams defense will help with the fast break
with a 22.7 points per game average. Slater says. _


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Cummings. The Tornado five 6-3 see four or five games like this, backto ; !
now, used a trapping half-court back," he said. Upcoming... BUSCH *fe*
defense and a tight zone defense Forrest, 3-8, built a 9-2 advantagein The OF win was the first of a four IUlal.tltIOlII' CANADIAN BUSCH >aB s _
most of the time. And, the Tornades the first period when a tight BHS game home stand for the Tornadoes.The AILOtttrleHGHT RDGrEKLMONDAVI
fought for the ball all night long. five couldn t buy a basket and kept JV games begin at 6:15 p.m.,the It PAM ,,oz CAST Ares BTL9 GSe .
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Next Thursday Jan. 12 the undefeated wrestlers: John O. During : holidays, olocaow A' I
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1989Bullets Not Ballots Were Used to Oust



I Three Six sheriffs Deputies AUnwanted Sheriffs in the Good (?) Old Days I




Four Marshals
1988 was a rough year for sheriffs In the
State of Florida.

Shot in 28 Years Twenty incumbents were voted out of of-
fice in the November elections,a sweeping
overturn that ousted almost a third of the
"high sheriffs" in the state's 67 counties.

Three counties in this immediate area-
Bradford, Clay and Putnamwere af-
fected by the unrest that plagued voters
going; to the polls in November's General
Election. + .N

Fortunately, sheriffs are now removed
from office in a "kinder,gentler"wayby ,t 1.
ballots instead of bullets, which were the
gruesome,but efficient, means of clearinga
sheriff's office at the turn of the century. LIeJ

During the period of 1885 to 1913,Florida '*Ns' '
rivaled the Wild West with lawlessness and rt
violence. Five Bradford County sheriffs, RC.lL
one ex-sheriff,two deputies, and three city
marshals were killed in office during a
28-year span.A sixth sheriff,who had servo
ed his term, was found dead at his home,
etriTcmiALs and was listed as a suicide, but foul play
was suspected.One .

of the victims Sheriff D.L. (Levy)
Alvarez,met his death at the business end
of a Winchester rifle in the hands of Har-
mon Murray, a Negro desperado who terrified
ATTENTIONPlan the entire area between Gainesville
and Fernandina until betrayed by one of
to attend the Community Crime Watch his own relatives who was seeking the
reward for Murray, dead or alive. Murray
Meeting To Be Held At City Hall is reportedly buried in the old abandonedCain
Leonard Cemetery on Edwards tT.
On January 12, 1989. at 7:00 P.M. Road, west of Starke, although,according
to legend, his body: was later dug up by ;* r

Information on setting up a neighborhoodcrime vigilantes and mutilated.
Enforcing the law during those free-
watch program will be furnishedand wheeling, gun-toting, days was a perilous
discussed with members of the business not only in the area that is nowBradford
and Union Counties, but as far Scene in Old Courthouse
Starke Police Department.If south as Dunellon, in Marion County,

where phosphate was discovered in the P.O. (Pete) Reddish, the longest-term sheriff In Bradford County history,
You early 1880s, causing it to become a lawless served 24 years In office without incident,such as tragedies that befell six of his
Participate, mining town with more barrooms than predecessors.This .

You Can Help Take A Bite Out of Crime! bathrooms.With old photograph from The Telegraph's shows Reddish descending the
bravery and daring their chief staircase in the 1902 Bradford County courthouse with defendants Corbin and
stock In trade, these early sheriffs risked McCool who were on trial In an arson/murder case.
their lives every time they answered a call Reddish and his son,Dolph,together served 40 consecutive years In the Brad-
in the line of duty. ford sheriff's office.

Reagan's 'Farewell Address'James Marked for a double dose of tragedy in

this two-gun period was the Epperson and take Murray, dead or alive. It was a to serve out the unexpired term of Alvarez
family of Lake Butler and Starke, whose moonlit night, and the sheriff made the and, in the next regular election- 1892,
name appears more frequently than any mistake of wearing a white hat that made Everett E. Johns, father of State Senator
J. Kirkpatrick, the bellicose charge that the news media is part of a family name on the list of those who have him an easy target, even at night. Accor- and Acting Governor Charley E. Johns,
ultra-conservative columnist and TV vicious "Iron Triangle"together with served( as Bradford County sheriffs. ding to newspaper reports of that time, was elected to fill the office. He served one

commentator, is determined to get in a Congress and its lobbyists" that effec- Father and Son KilledThe Alvarez approached the house and posi- full term after that, and in 1896 S.B. Den-
final fawning tribute to the administration tively leaves a President on the outside tioned himself behind a fence post.Murray mark was elected and served one term,
series of tragedies began in 1884 caught a glimpse of one member of the
1896-1900.
of President Reagan. In his columnof looking in. But if any President has effectively with the election of George Washington posse and opened fire.The sheriff returnedfire

January 3, Mr. Kirkpatrick sings the shut the media out from com- (Wash) Epperson as the eighth Bradford but was using black powder whichmade Sheriff Johns BetrayedJohns
praises of what he calls Mr. Reagan's munications with him, it is Mr. Reagan, sheriff, succeeding W.W. Tumlin,who had a bright flare every time he shot. was again elected in 1900 and serv-
bas- who has held less than 50 con- resigned. This made him an easy target for the
'Farewell Address", so obviously press ed a full term before being defeated by
ed on the words of another man that ferences during his eight years in office.A Less than 12 months after taking office, Sheriff's sharpshooting white desperado straw hat,and who sent spotted a bullet the J.P. (Joe) Bennett in 1904.

even Kirkpatrick says, "It might have photo-op that became a trademark Wash Epperson was killed while attempting directly through the middle of his The chain of murders continued after
to arrest a "worthless" criminal who
been George Mason himself speaking in picture of Mr. Reagan was the one with had fled the county and holed in forehead. Johns left the county for Fernandina, to
Constitution Hall on the morning of him rushing to a waiting helicopter for Valdosta, Ga. up become chief deputy to Sheriff Higgin-
December 13." his weekend Camp David, with hand Murray Shot by Cousin botham. While there, he was lured by a
The next victim was his 32-year-old son Although Murray escaped, making his hoax out to 7 the ;then desolate Amelia
Kirkpatrick says, "The speech was cupped behind his ear and shouting "I Henry, who was named to succeed his way back to later kill.ed Island, where he was ambushed and left
Reagan" although other more cant hear you!" 'ather, served out his unexpired term and ... ; P y a c Galnesvll.le{ wh Murduray dead by: the roadside.The story:of this inch (
analytical pure writers, in the Washington ;:' : M--KlrifrBOtek;:; : ?condescends t ffd. admit*'+*serving WMreeleeteito'a only one year full ternrur of his je88.full*jolter term had f 'm en a proposed dent will be the'!litHject tffutuW article.'

press corps found it to be "pure corn", that the "farewell address" was not a Henry,too, was killed while attempting to Gainesville.shooting spree During at Archer the walk,southwestof Hardy Two years after the death of Johns, his
from sophisticated speech but a "homespun arrest a Negro outlaw. successor in the Bradford Sheriff's Office,
quoting copiously Rudyard Kipling managed to drop behind Murray for a moment J.A. (Joe) Bennett,was found dead of gun-
Baron de Tocqueville, and even goodbye from 'this old sheriff' who Sheriff Was and fired a rifle slug between his shot wounds at his home in Starke. It was
Whittaker Chambers, the notorious came riding into town eight years ago, ( TargetD.L. shoulder blades, killing him instantly. pronounced a suicide, although foul play
figure out of the Alger Hiss spy scandal. and now heads for the sunset." time, was Levy) Alvarezl the a deputy vacancy at, but the The body was embalmed and placed on was suspected by many.

Mason, of course, was an early An actor to the end. was doomed to death in the most sensational exhibition in Gainesville for several days, J.N. Langford of Lake Butler (then in
American statesman who composed the slaying of the long series. Murray, reward before shipping had been it offered on to here Starke.for the Since a Bradford County) was appointed to fillBennett's
who considered hunself To be capture :
Virginia Declaration of Rights, suppor- cused of borrowing a horse unjustly in Alachua ac- of Murray after the killing of Sheriff unexpired term, then reelectedto
ting free government and the blessings TuesdayThursdayClub County and not returning it to the rightful Alvarez, it was necessary to produce the a full term in 1910. After serving a year
and a half of his second term,he was killed
body of to collect the reward.A .
of liberty.In owner, started out on a rampage of Murray
August 23 1912 in a scuffle over a gun in a
an effort to make his point, Popular revenge and is believed to have killed at large crowd had gathered at the depot, room of the old Duval Hotel in the com
least a dozen men on his treks along the but there was no wild demonstration suchas of W.T.Andrews of Raiford and J.W.
pany
Kirkpatrick quoted President Reaganas railroad tracks from Gainesville to Fer- the one in Gainesville. Dr. Tate Powell, Hatcher of
Worthington Springs.
saying, "It's time to return to the with CongressmenAn nandlna,carrying his trusty Winchester ri- an early Starke physician, examined the
principles of our Founders- prin- fle.On body, pronounced the cause of death, and More details of this incident will also be
ciples of the Constitution." He should one of his trips through here in 1891, Murray was taken to the cemetery for the subject of a later article.In .
have thought of that at the time Oliver enlightening, though disturbing, Murray stopped at a friend's house southof burial in an unmarked grave. addition to the six sheriffs who died
North his favorite "American Hero" program presented on television Mon- Starke to spend the night.On receiving a After this killing of three sheriffs in a violent deaths, at least two deputies and a
the Constitution and admit- day night By Hedrick Smith, one of journalism tip about the visit, Sheriff Alvarez quickly row, things were comparatively peacefulfor city marshal were killed carrying out their
was flouting
organized a to surround the house
s most respected and well- posse a few years. P.S. Crews was appointed hazardous duties.
The ultimate
to Congress.
tedly lying
informed reporters, gave cause to think
irony would be if the Reagan/Bush administration -
pardons North for that, instead Congressmen; having
finally
these actions to avoid having to testify their salaries increased fifty percent, to
in Bradford CountyTidying
of them Forestry
themselves. almost $150,000 annually, some I
should have their present salaries dock-
Kirkpatrick reminds us that Mason ed for the amount of time spent away
spoke of "frugality" in government. from their Washington offices. up the yard this time of year Vy County David Forester W.Norton Harrell suggests a more efficient
Reagan has given lip-service to this may present you with bushels of fallen method of fertilizing- punching one-inch _
We learned for the first time about the holes 12 inches
leaves. But don't burn or discard them. deep around the tree and
theme as long as it applies to frugality "Tuesday to Thursday Club" whose Recycle them 1 Save Your Leaves! filling them with fertilizer.
for the hungry and homeless, but not leave Thurs- "Start about three feet from the trunk
when it curbs lavish spending for his members Washington on They are probably your handiest sourceof Mulching with leaves Is even simpler. and punch holes completely around the
favorite fantasy "Star Wars". day for a long "weekend in their home organic matter. Turned into mulch or Shred them with lawnmower or shredding Jree about two feet apart" Harrell says
states, returning to Washington on compost, the leaves will resupply the soil machine if you can, and pile about four in- "Move back three feet at a time and repeatthis
Kirkpatrick says that another Mason Mondayleaving: them three days of of your garden or yard with nutrients and ches deep over the root fields of shrubberyand procedure until you reach the drip
create growing conditions that allow trees. Shredding isn't necessary if you line.'
frenzied activity to catch up on what
was which is also
theme
"justice"
plants to thrive. put in enough straw or pine needles to keep"the
"close to Reagan's heart". We might happened during their absence, and leaves from forming a mat that won t Fill the holes with fertilizer to within an
add, however, that the President's application scramble through a maze of committee let water through to the ground. inch or two of the surface, then close them
of is selective assignments and other neglected Burning isn't a good idea. It may be a with a gentle push of the eel.
justice very violation of local state law and If maintain cultivated the
this or puts un- you a garden,
plying to criminals in the "outside"world business. Due in part to necessary smoke into the air.Piling leaves leaves are excellent when turned under the "I'd recommend three pounds of 6-6-6 or
but not to friends that violate the absenteeism, they now need staffs rang- along the street curb,sacked or unsacked, soil with the next.plowing. 8-8-8 fertilizer for each inch of trunk
laws of ethics inside and outside the ing into the upper teens, whereas Con- creates a messy appearance and may diameter equally distributed in the holes
at one time got by with a allow them to be scattered or washed into Recycling yard takings,rather than bur- around trees six Inches or more Indiameter"
fact Mr. ,
White House. In Reagan ggr ssmtwo storm sewers. ning or discarding is sound practice Harrell says. "For smaller
recently vetoed a bill designed to or three. everywhere in Florida, but in those trees 1V4 pounds of fertilizer per inch of
strengthen ethics in government, saying : One member of the Tuesday- areas of the state where the natural soil tree diameter will do." '
Forests regularly recycle the nutrientsin thin and sandy, it be the most -
may practical
each
it would hamper the government'sability Thursday Club spends four days leaves. As they fall, they are reduced to way to keep your soil productive. Dry chemical fertilizer should be used
to attract "top rate people"Presumably week in California,where he devotes his humus by small organisms that thrive in with caution, Harrell warns, because it
"top rate people' wouldbe time to slapping constituents on the forest sou. This moist, cool blanket of duff could injure the trunk base or root collar if

attracted by more emphasis on back and attending fund-raising eventsto enriches the forest soils, holds and Healthy trees don't need to be fertilized applied within a foot of the tree.

ethics rather than repelled by it. finance his next campaign. Of course, flow distributes of plant water nutrients.You and. supplies a steady every year, but if this is the year to fertilize If you have any questions about whetner
he has just returned from a recess of ap- or if you detect signs of stress such as or when to fertilize your trees, contact
Kirkpatrick commends Mason for his proximately three months at home for can do the same thing with discolored foliage, dying of leaves or bran- your County Forester at his office or by
ches other decline
belief that Congressmen should be the holidays. yard leaves if you build a compost your It is time or to give symptoms trees general a nutritional calling 964-6280,extension 219. He will help
made aware of "the burdens of the pe0ple" of life an out-of-the-way spot in your yard. Start boost. your you determine what needs to be done to
at Fund raising has become a way by piling four-inch thick layers of keep your trees healthy and growing.
them to return, leavesil
by compelling for members of Congress,causing themto grass clippings, kitchen waste, Jim Harrell of the Division of Forestry
fixed periods, toa' private station", liv- become indebted to PACs (Political together, repeating the sequence if you Forest Management Bureau points out
ing among the people and then returnto Action Committees) representing large have enough material. If the soil is thin that the roots of a tree generally spreadout Fifty Holly Trees
their legislative duties. He quotes the business firms, industrialists, and other and poor, sprinkle in a little nitrogen-rich about as far as the drip line-the edgeof And Red Cedars
fertilizer. wire or wood fencing can be us- the branches. people
President as saying that the House of crown or Many
has become "a virtually organizations who have an axe to grind, ed to hold the layers in bounds.After a few simply spread the fertilizer on the ground Set at Parking Lot
Representatives and are not giving their money away for months, the leaves will be reduced to soft, because that's an easy way to do it. Unfor-
permanent chamber, no longer truly nothing.No browniab black compost that is perfect for tunately, surrounding grass and other I
responsive? the people." But if any enriching and conditioning in garden, plants or bushes may absorb much of the Over SO Dahoon Holly trees and red
President has ever been virtually wonder that men of the quality of ,flowerpots, or can be used fertilizer before it has a chance to benefitthe cedars
fruitthotrcharrdd. were planted along the east side of
isolated from communications with the Senator Chiles and former Governor plied top dressing.on lawn or trees. the parking lot across from City Hall this

man in the street, it has been Mr. Reubin ,Askew who was considering week as a screen between the lot and the
Reagan. And as for length of terms in running for U.k.: Senator and changedhis railroad.

office Mr. Reagan served two, andhinted mind, are leaving the Washingtonrat The trees were obtained free of cha -

at one time, that he would not be race. I from a State nursery and the planting was
done
by correctional Institution inmates
adverse to a new law legalizing a third Until cap is put on the amount a Con- under the direction of, County Forester

term for President. gressman can spend to get himself re- naves Nnrtnn. .' '
elected, we can expect more 'of the One second crt the Sun's. energy to 13 million times the annual mean electricity:
Several cedars were also planted at the
consumption of the United State '
Kirkpatrick' referred to Reagan'sI sameonly worse. Edwards Loop recreation complex.F .



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McKinney-May Repeat VowsIn
I Piano Students Present RecitalThe

Nov. 18 Church 4; tr trtr
Ceremony
piano students of Louise M. Stern were presented in recital
tf, 7j'i'r '' December 20 at the First United Methodist Church.
Leslie Diane McKInney, daughterof Following the ceremony, a racetion + Those participating were: Jimmy Pennington, Joy Stafford,JaM Bennett -
James ft Sadie McKinney of was held at the Starke Woman's ,Monica McGee,Kara Andrews Adam Marchese. Kellie Hannah, Lisa .-
Hampton! and Marion Eugene Club. Candles were placed behind GUlenwaters. Lindsay Payne, Lisa{ Thomas, Julie Ponder, Daniel
(Gene) May, Jr., son of Marion & the seven-tier wedding cake which r 1yl s . k t1 Zk 3 i / it I, 11r1 r P Crawford, Barbie Crawford,Jane Stanwix-Hay, Viva Riley, Beau Ely and
Charleene May of Columbia, La., featured a fountain. \.t Jimmy Parado.
were married Nov. 18 In Pine Valley Decorated with a pink tablecloth "f Following the recital a social hour was held in the fellowship hall. ,
Congregational Church of Starke. the bride's table had a pink andwhite l. Mothers of the students served punch and assorted foods while the children \
The wedding ceremony was per- mum centerpiece with exchanged Christmas gifts and mingled with their guests.
formed by Rev. Mike Green of LOui- candles, accented at the ends of the '

siana. table with floating candles. USDA Commodity Dates
The windows were decorated with The punch table, decorated with a
kerosene mantles accented with white tablecloth, was attended by For Distribution 7)

pink and white flowers.Three sets of Carolyn Mintz, who served punch in .. Suwannee River Economic Council,Inc.
,announces the
following dates
candles decorated the front of the champagne glasses. Iiof. for distribution of USDA commodities.
Qualifications
church, featuring pink and white Marquita Stitt greeted guests at guidelines and income
a eligibility) scale information may be obtained from the
mums and pink ribbon with white the door. Annette Tomlinson presided River Economic Council Inc. Suwannee
turtle doves. The back door was over the bride's' book and cut the
decorated in pink and white bows, cake, assisted by James Tomlinson. Distribution sites and dates are an lollows:
JANUARY 9-24 Outreach Center 134 E. South St. Starke 9
while the front door was graced witha a.m. to 4

pink and white wreath. Following a wedding trip to St. p.m.Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities In.
Nuptial music was provided by Augustine and Georgia, the
Jean Clark of Starke and Mr. &Mrs. newlyweds now reside in Starke. -
Harold Griggs of Louisiana.
Best man for this occasion was -
Terry G. Hall of Louisiana, with c -
Gary Wells and Nicholas Tomlinson Announcing...

both of Starke serving as ushers. ...Emily Marie HancockMr. -.: __n n_ _.
Maid of honor was Teri M. Hall of & Mrs. John O. Hancock of MARTHA R. KODATT,
Louisiana, wearing a Victorian style Orange Park announce the birth of a PUBLIC AUCTION Deceased.
gown of pink satin and white lace, daughter, Emily Marie, born Dec.21 Ron Denmark Sll.Storage will hold a NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION _
accented with a pink hat with white in Jacksonville. She joins one public auction ol/: The administration: of the estate of.
ribbon, made by the bride's mother. brother Trey.Maternal Bin Number 34, belonging to Kothy MARTHA R. KODATT, deceased. File
She carried a bouquet of white and grandparents are Mr. & N.wham. Numb.r BS-111-CP. Is pending In th.Circuit -
pink mums with pink ribbon. Green of Starke.Greatgrandmother Sale will take place at 2117 N. T.mpl. Court for Bradford County. Florida
Bridal attendants were Eve Wells is Mrs. Myrtle Av.., Starke,on Saturday, Jan. 14, 1989, Probate Division, the oddres of which Is
and Sharon Tomlinson both of Bowman of Myrtle Beach, S.C. at 9:00: a.m. Post Office Draw.r B. Stark., Florida
Starke. Eve's dress and hat were Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Control 0939 32091. Th. names and addresies of the
Identical to the maid of honor's.Sharon's Mrs. Jim Powell of Snellville, Ga. 2tchg 1/S-sl personal representative and In. personal

dress was a pink satin Mr.&Mrs.Gene May INVITATION' TO BID forth below.representative's attorney are set
strapless gown with a white overlay. ..Robin Elizabeth Ilarman Notice li h.r.by given that the Brad. All/ Interested persons are required to
Kim Hall of Louisiana served as Carl &Jennifer Harman of Starke ford Association for Retarded Citizens l I. file with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
flower girl and Chris Hall was ring, announce the birth of a daughter, eliciting sealed bids to purcho.: ONE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
bearer. Robin Elizaoeth, born Dec. 31 in of Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Hodges.. All ((1)) 1S-PASSENCER VAN. NOTICE: ((1)) all/ claims against the estate
Given in marriage by her father, Jacksonville. Terri Prevatt and friends and relatives are invited to Bids will be received until F.b. 20. and ((2)) any objection by an Interested
the bride wore a white satin formal- Maternal grandmother is Norma Joel Hodges attend. 1989 at the offlc of Bradford ARC P.O. person on whom this notice I I. served
length gown with hand-sewn beads Pearson of St. Augustine. Box 509, 1351 S. Wat.r St., Starke. that challenges the validity ol the will
and pearls,flowing to a train of rows Paternal grandfather is Douglas To Marry Jan. 7 Griffis-Plasters will Florida be, 32091. at which time the bid the qualifications of the personalrepresentative
of satin ruffles She carried a three- Harman of Gulf Breeze, Fl. Great- Ms. Terri Aljets Prevatt and Joel 'Detailed opened and publicly read aloud. venue or jurisdiction of
Engagement ToldMr. specification and bid form the
foot-long of white silk hllies. court.
bouquet
grandfather is Gray Harman ofSebring
Chancey Hodges announce their ap- may b. requested from Robert Larlm.r ALL CLAIMS
The bride's AND OBJECTIONS NOT
satin with headpiece hand-sewn had a band of in Fl. proaching marriage on Saturday, & Mrs. Merrill Griffis of at the above oddr.is, or by calling ((904)) SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. "y
roses pearls January 7 at 2 p.m. at Northside Starke announce the engagement of 9647699. Bradford ARC reserves the Publication of this notice has begun
the lace of on
the veil.
...Steven Patrick Cox Baptist Church.Ms. their daughter, Darlene Underhill 'right to reject any or all bid.,or any part January S, 1989.
Prevatt is the daughter of Griffis, to Greg A. Plasters, son of 'of any or all bid. Personal Representative
DAR, Elbert Chap. Mr. & Mrs. Steve Cox of Hampton Mrs. Allison G.Aljets.Joel is the sonWoman's Barbara S. Plasters of Gainesville. Th. successful bidder will be required Jerry Kodatt Jr.
Lake announce the birth of a son, The wedding will be an event of to comply with oil applicable Equal Opportunity 3229 Fair Oaks. Avenue
Meets Jan. 9 Steven Patrick, born Dec. 20 in February 4 at 8 p.m. at the home of I Law and Regulation, Buy Tampa Florida 33611
The Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter of Alachua General Hospital, and Club Bob and Trudi McBride, 4015 N W. 'America Law. and Dlsadvantaged Attorney for PersonalRepresentative
weighed 8 lb., 1 oz. He joins two Board 69th St., Gainesville.A I Business Ent.rprl. Law. :
will
the NSDAR will meet at the home of reception
Mrs. Edward A. Timmins at 615 S. sisters. 15-year-old Dede and and Meeting Jan. 11 be held following the ceremony. All Control 0938 DONALD B. LINSKY, ESQUIRE
one 1/3 LINSKY
13-year-old Stephanie Itchg AND LINSKY
friends and
Lawrence Blvd., in Keystone brother 9-year-old Christopher.Maternal The Executive Board of the attend. relatives are invited to 1509 8 Sun City C.nt.r
Heights on January 9. grandparents are Henry Woman's Club will meet at 11 a.m. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Sun City Center, Fl 33570
The program T will be"America theBeautiful' Wilson of Gainesville and Janie on Wednesday Jan 11. Thn regular COUNTY, FLORIDA Fla. Bar No. 265853
with Mrs. John Sewell as Wilson of St. Augustine. luncheon meeting will be held at 12 PROBATE DIVISION Telephone' ((813)) 634.5566
speaker. All members are urged to Paternal grandparents are Mr. & noon. File No:88-111-CP Control 0937
attend. Mrs. Ray Cox of Starke. International Affairs Chairman PHOTOGRAPHYBy niul.t.399n 2tcha 1/5.12
Maria Stephenson will be in chargeof Cathy Wooley
the program which will have a SPECIAL ELECTIONI

Elect Hawaiian theme.Committee 964-4151 964-6066 I, R. E. Biggs, Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke,

members Carleen Weddings/ Engagements I Florida, by virtue of the Authority vested In me by law do hereby
Williams Cecelia
JOHN ,_ ,,,, Faulkner,will be assisting Terwillegar the,chair Irene Anniversaries call) for a First Primary Election to be held at the City Hall In the

man. Call/or Free Consultation aforesaid City of qualified voters on Tuesdoy, January 24, 1989, I

HODGES r A.D., for the purpose of electing the following officer:


CHIEF OK POLICE :CHIEF OF POLICE f,

'IymA" :;.'; h_. A 't arJUII/ uaxonjtJ A m JE( M EXPIRES SEPTEMBER 30, 1989))
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,1... eJU.. ecameal. Ww tnnh' ,",. rrr s I Ie \ ,(AM D'NG THE CITY.OF ILk ctfARTER; .. '.Jl nuq '
officer a little over six years 9btTo 0 t11k 1 ''tHE CHIEF OF POLk!! PPolNifu '! frlJloli) I an a

ago. I promised myself that I The City of Starke Charter Subsection 6 ((0)) is hereby amendedto

would always be the type of / read as follows:

police officer that parents 1 POLICE CHIEF APPOINTED BY CITY COMMISSION. (A) The City

would want their children to :vj When the excesses of the holimeals featuring the foods you like Commission Is empowered to employ and appoint a Chief of

look up to.. days to eat. Plus, you'll receive FREE Police and a police force. The City Commission shall prescribeand

Also to be respected by children and teenagers themselves cause money-saving coupons designedyour regulate by ordinance the duties, terms of office and salaryof

means a lot to me. Honesty and integrity are something that to help you all police officers.
clothes in I
you either have or don't have, with both being the main hang REFERENDUM 89-2
to bulge there. (AMENDING THE CITY OF STARKE CHARTER TO REQUIRE I
for Police Chief.I '
ingredients good
a ... closet 9S So, if theexcesses
want each and every one of you to be proud to be from feels your thesqueeze. t' s" -' ). of THAT ALL CANDIDATES OR APPOINTEES FOR THE :
OFFICE OF OF THE CITY OF STARKE
Starke and I will always do my best to make you proud of our AndWeight f the holidays POLICE CHIEF
SHALL POSSESS MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AS
Police Department. I take my job seriously and I am proud of Watcherscan are still
POLICE OFFICERS UNDER FLA. STAT. 943.13)
officer.I help. For just hanging around
being a police $12 you can join ..join Weight The City of Starke Charter SS 6 ((0)) Is hereby amended to add
to examine all the candidates their
urge you the proven W. Watchers... and the following:
qualifications and intentions, their occupations and t z JRegistration double your ..dI

education. I am the only one who is currently employed as a gram that has closet space for just$12! MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR POLICE CHIEFS: No person shall I

police officer. Sure, times have been hard, economically helped millionsof t t serve as Chief of Police for the City of Starke unless such person ,

speaking to make ends meet on a police officer's salary and people! lose millions fee $P has satisfied the minimum qualifications requirements for.police ',i

that is why I have worked two jobs for the past six years to of pounds. And this year Weekly Meeting fee . $ 8you'll 'officers pursuant to 943.13 Florida Statutes.
lose weight fast with our New TOTAL . . . . $25 I
make ends meet. But has it been worth it? You better believeit. INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELECTION
for 1989 Quick Success Program.. JOIN FOR . . . $12 I i :
I can go to bed at night knowing that I have done my part to eating nutritious,well-balanced YOU SAVE OVER 50% Lucille Godwin Margaret Williams/
make Starke a better place in which to live. Clara Colson Bernadine Early

On Jan. 24,vote for me .JOHN HODGES, and elect a Chief Agnes Dlnkins Margaret, Moore.

of Police who, I promise, will bring honesty and integrity to Meeting Locations and Times Oleeta Hardenbrook 1 Ti

the top position at Starke Police Department. ..TERNA 1 It S:
.. mir.
pal. Lucy White IdaShaw
kt""p1yr" STARKEThe


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-- Testimony whereof/ I hereunto subscribe my name and

Midnight Video 2i'I'NNICalI'' <> cause the Seal of the Town to be hereunto affixed this 15th day of
now about our AtVfork November, 1988, A.D. _

Weight Loss Program. R. E. BIGGS
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD .

I Stark. Florida In accordance with eon lot of light bulbs" consigned to Mar NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR COUNTY FLORIDA.PROBATE DIVISION
Florida Statute. 287.005 shall conduct vin L. Walker Norcross, ,
Georgia REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF CASE NO. 88.93.CP
In the selection of a
open competition
to satisfy freight and storage charges, THE LAND USE PLAN
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Professional Architect. under the provisions of Section '(b) of An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive FILE NO. 13972IN
Selection shall be based but not RE ESTATE OF
upon :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH challenges the validity of the Will If any, limited to:capabilities, adequacy of personnel Uniform Standard. Bill of Lading. land Use Plan Element and JENNIE FERDA
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD. the qualifications of the Personal past record and experience, Gator Frelghtways, Inc. Mop by City of Starke Florida In accordance "

FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Representative, venue or jurisdiction of willingness to meet time and budget requirements CarrierPro. with the local Government Comprehensive "NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONAn
CASE NO. 88.539.CA the Court. location and recent and cur 15.347897 dtd 10/3/88 Planning Act of 1975 as pro Order of Administration of the
FLORENCE WILLIAMS Publication of this notice began on rent work loads. 04 461818 dtd 11/15/88 Control 0933 vided for in Chapter 163 of the Florida Estate of JENNIE FERDA deceased Ca..

Plaintiff December 29 1988.John Those Individuals or firms wishing 12/29.1/5 Statutes.TO Number 88-93-CP. has been entered by
vs H. Jones, Esquire 2tchg : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other
consideration who have not previouslyfiled the Court In this proceeding now pen
FRED WILLIAMS Attorney for Personal RepresentativeP. their pre-quallflcation forms with -- Interested persons. In the Circuit Court for Bradford
Defendant O. Drawer 1030 the Superintendent office are Invited to BRADFORD The Starke Zoning and Planning Board ding Florida, Probate. Division, the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR County
NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK Starke Florida 32091 do so by 12 Noon, Monday, January 9. conducted a public hearing on Thursday address of which I. Bradford County
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to ((904)) 964.5701 1989. Interviews with the five most COUNTY FLORIDAPROBATE DIVISIONFile January 5, 1989, on the below listed Courthouse, Storke Florida 32091.

the Judgment of Partition entered In thin Control 0931 qualified firms will take place on Number 88.114.CP ..rezqnlng and..amendment! to CLUP and The names and addresses of the personal
cat, doled 14 December 1988. and I will 2tchg 12/29.1/5 January 9th, with three ((3)) firms being 13992IN will make a recommendation to the City representative and the personal
ell to the highest and bell bidder for selected for negotiation on January 30. Division of Stark Commissioners' for their con attorney are set forth
cash, at the front door of the Bradford 1989. RE: ESTATE OF sideration'and' action at the prescheduled representatives

County Courthouie, North TempleAvenue The of the projects will Includenew MAE M. JONES final hearing for this application for below All Interested persons are required to
scope Deceased. !!
In Starke, Florida at 11:00: a,m. NOTICEOF rezoning and amendment of the Comprehensive THREE MON
construction of primary classrooms file with this court WITHIN
ADMINISTRATIONThe
on the 19th day of January 1989, the SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE OF land Use Plan on Tuesday
remodeling and expansion of administrative administration of the estate of OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF. THIS
following described real let NOTICE Is hereby that I, DolphE. the said place THS
property at given January 17, 1989 at some ,.,
facilities the elementary ogaln."h.a
at MAE M. JONES deceased. File Number NOTICE: ((1)) all claims
forth ,
In the of .
Judgment Partition to Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County at 7:30: an Ordinance relating to:
level, as well as planning designing and 88-11'CP In the Circuit Court p.m. and ((2)) objection| by an Inter.sl.dperson
wit: Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of Is pending The rezoning of the following describe any
supervising projects; the total of which for Bradford Florida. Probate. to whom this notice was mailed
All of Lots Thirty ((30)) and Thirty One Execution, to-wlt: County, ed and amending the Comprehensive
((31)) except the North Three Hundred Execution Issued out of County Court will exceed 450000. Primary consideration Division the address of which Is North. property land Use Plan to providethat that challenges the validity of the will.

and Thirty-Five feet(N. 335') of both lots, of Alachua County Florida, pursuant to will be given to firms who Temple Avenue. Storke. Florida 32091. lands currently zoned 1.1 and the qualifications of the personalrepresentative
according to the mop; or plat of East a Final Judgment for Barnett Bank of have office within a fifty-mile radius be of The names and addresses of the personal designated by the plan as Industrial, be venue, or jurisdiction of
Lawtey. a. the same of recordsIn Alachua Starke, Florida. All applications will representative and the personalrepresentatives the Court.
appears County N.A., of Gainesville will rezoned to R2A, and designated MultiFamilyresidential -
considered and the school board AND OBJECTIONS NOT
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Florida, and against Johnny Flowers and attorney are set forth the of ALL CLAIMS
Court of Bradford Florida select the three ((3)) most qualified for below. property SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
County ((0. Ernestine
Flowers, defendant, in the FRANK PORRECA, described as follows::
same appears of record In Deed Book amount of S4.255.7. together with Costsof negotiation purposes.Jim Duncan, Superintendent Interested persons are required to 0.37 Acres, ,05.,5.. Lots 4.6, 8 8, BLK. Publication of this notice has begun on
51, Page 409, Public Records of Bradford collection. SchoolsControl file with this court WITHIN THREE MON. 27 of Original Town of Starke, Parcels January 5, 1989.
Bradford .'
County Florida) County THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Personal Ropreentatl/
Have seized and have In my possession 0928 03129.00100 a 03130 In Sec. 28, Twn. 6
DATED this 15th day of December, NOTICE all claims the estate' JOSEPH FEPDA
the following described personal : (1)) against St. and
3tchg 12/22-1/5 S., Rng 22E at S. Thompson 57 Madison Street
1988 property to-wit: and ((2)) any objection by an interested South. St. and West of Railroad to be used
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk! .1982 Ford Pickup, F-100, VIN person to whom this notice was mailed for residential-rental property.You Woodridge, New Jersey 07075
Control 0925 1FTCF10F7C NA 66218, Tag 670 ERN. -- that challenges the validity of the will are further given NOTICE that a Attorney 'for P.nonolRepr.s.ntotlve
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
2tchg 12129.115 As the property of the above named the qualifications of the personal of said proposed ORDINANCE Is :
defendant and that on Monday, the 9th Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. representative, venue, or jurisdiction of copy available for Inspection at the office JOHN H. JONES. ESQUIREP.
your
Reddish, sheriff of Bradford
of January 1989, at two o'clock sold as County. the court. and Planning O. Drawer 1030
on of
of the Director
Zoning
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH under and of
Florida by virtue of Writ
NOT Florida 32091
ALL CLAIMS OBJECTIONS Starke
the AND
day on premises of the Bradford 209 N. Thompson St.. City Hall
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD Execution,
towit.Execution
County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell : SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Starke, Florida. 904 964.5701
COUNTY FLORIDA to the highest bidder for cash In hand, Issued out of County Court Publication of this notice has begun on Each and having any Interest Control. 0934
PROBATE DIVISION of Bradford County Florida, to every person 115.12
pursuant 2tchg
the above described of said December 29, 1988. of thl'propo.ed
property whatever In the enactment
CASE NO.88 105 CP defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex a Final Judgment for DuPont Mining Personal Representative: should -
ORDINANCE
FILE NO. 1.3983 ecution. Employees' Credit Union, and against Herbert P.JonesP.O. app.orand us,
IN RE: ESTATE OF Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Darryl C. Halle, defendant In the Box 732 be heard at the time and place STARKE

CARROLL C. NUGENT JR.. Bradford County, Florida amount of 3556.03 together with costs 2273 Meadow Lane prescribed BOARD OF CITY CHURCH OF GOD

Deceased Control 0920 of collection. Duluth, G.orgla30136 OF STARKE COMMISSIONERS 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
NOTICE OF ANCILLARY Have seized and have In
12/15.115 my possession for PersonalRepresentative
4tchg Attorney Director
ADMINISTRATIONThe the following described personal : By Dorrell O'N.al John Spratlln. PastorWe
Starke Zoning& Planning
undersigned at personal property to-wit: JOHN H. JONES. EsquireP. Itchg 1/5 Invite you to worship with us.
representative of the above estate 1978 BMW, ID543945OAs O. Drawer 1030 Control 0940 Attended Nursery
hereby gives notice that an ancillary administration NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the property of the above named
for the estate of the Decedent REGISTER defendant and that on Tuesday, the 17th Starke, Fla. 32091 Sunday School ... .. .. ... .... lOam
Telephone ((904)) 964-5701 .. ... .. .. 11 am
CARROLL C. NUGENT JR.. was FICTITIOUS NAME day' of January 1989, at two o'clock on Control 0932 McmlngWorshtp
commenced on December 6. 1988 and is Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida said day on the premises of the Bradford 2tchg 12/29-1/3 .' Service 1 .. .. .. .. ... 6 pm
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now pending as case number 88.105.CP Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell WedrxgdnyYomh 7-3fpm
In the Eighth' Judicial Circuit Court In undersigned George Houston Sr., and to the highest bidder for cash In hand

Bradford County, Florida. George Houston, Jr., 7625 Grand Mesa the above described property of said .'
The name and residence address of Circle Keystone Heights, Florida 32656. defendant to satisfy the aforesaid ex Candidate .

the ancillary personal representativeare joint owners, doing business under the ecution.
CHIEF OF POLICE
: firm name of Houston's, P.O. Box 1292 Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff

Caroline R. Nugent Melrose, Fla. 32666, intends 'lo register Bradford County Florida Vote 'The People's Choice"
724 North Avenue said fictitious name under the aforesaid 4tchgl2/22-1/12 LAMP OF JESUS

Syracuse, New York 13206 statute Control 0928 CRAFTCONSIGNMENTtrues.
rand the nature and approximate value Dated this 16th day of December
of the ancillary assets are real estate' of 1988 in Bradford County. AUCTION NOTICE ( 10-5:30)) JiDlDlYEPPS
$4500000 Control 0929 4tpe| 12/22.1/12 NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday locally hand made crafts,

All Interested persons shall file with January 9, 1989, at 10:00: o'clock woodworks

the Court named above, within three A.M., the undersigned, GATOR e home grown frozen blueberries
months of the first publication of this INTENT TO ACQUIRE FREIGHTWAYS INC., will sell at public accepted ((20%)
consignments
Notice ((0)) all claims against the estate PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd Road,
Interested SERVICES BY Jacksonville, Flo.: For more Information, call
and (b) any objection by on
person to whom notice was mailed that COMPETITIVE SELECTIONThe eon lot of light bulbs consigned to N. 964-7109/964-5898 January 24, 1989
Bradford County School Board, American Phillips.!.g'g.' Atlanta, Go; ? ? pdpol.ct.
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Griffis & Sons Fibreglass
BADCOCK CENTER INSUR NCE( "INC '
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When You Need It "Wo/779 of the
FURNITUREKim ImpressionableAge /Wstetff V.;;:'::1'1 964-7826": Stumpknockerboat"

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Blankenship'sChimney ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLET..OLDS You have to be to caicfut what you say to 7 ARCHIE TANNER FUNERAL : aUTO inSURanCE aGEnCY

Inc cfnldien when they'it at thai' Impressionable age HOME !I of Starke
Our has And I
Sweep neighboi a little daughter being ,
Management & Staff something of a skeptic,he s been caieful'not to let ti-df Dignified Service Call 961-2322
Service her be exposed" to religiousteaching' at least.not In yetia "
HWY 301 North any dues way Monuments or -

964-8278 964.7500 But the other night she asked Who u God HWY 301 S. 964-5757 AGENT Koran McMonlgla 218 N. Temple Ave
And,since he wanted to see. Nri grow-up with the Srorko H
highest' Meals, he hesitated a moment before he
Eyeglass Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales' answered her question ,. DURRANCE PUMP & HURST'S EXXON
Then he said., Cod made the world"
We Finance SUPPLY SERVICE
"Your complete Her wondering eyes and pursed lips" tugged at
Buy Here. Pay Here hit heart to know Gosh! ,Daddy she mused."He s somebody Attend your church regularly '24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. Whether you're / or an aduh that pretty 987 N. TEMPLE AV.
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103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 .well sums H up He Somebody To Know'!How
.well do you know Him 864 N. Temple 964-7061 964-6111 i

DOUGLAS BATTERY OF JONES FUNERAL HOME Sunday
e Johntrtlt Lewis Timber Co.
STARKEWe Distinguished Caring Service 1
for OVer 50 Years
rebuild starters alternators Monday Hwy 301 S. a PO Box 207
Steve and Cindy Fufch e John
& Generators II'-44 Starke

Auto Marine Cycle Batteries Starke 964-6200 Tuesday 964-6871

407 N. Temple 964-7911 Keystone Heights 473-3176 e John 14 12.H

Community John Wednesday "' Lamp of Jesus Ministries WARD'S
Andrews :;
Drugs ;:
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... State Bank rye AUTO SALVAGEWe

'For All Your Pharmacy Needs' .. of Starka John / off 100 S. toward Keystone Buy Junk ft Salvageable CaraHwy3013MI.'N.oISfcrke
Home Owned Is ragPrday take right on 24th Ave.follow slant.
Starkes Only r'Mann. Eves. 964-5898

356 W. Madison 964-7170 Independant Bank i ... t1 All Nature Sings of Jesus' 9647345NORTON
B11 c:{ Walnut, Qf4.'7A'1n erasSaturday

ORtON'S AUTO AND WATERS GROCERYCorner e A'._.. '}
Tr2terne..r. .
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
TRANSMISSION SERVICE of US 301 & State ...
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Mosley Tire Co. NO EG EL'S AUTO W.W. Professionals GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION STARKE RADIATOR & NEW BEGINNINGS

Office & Personnel TRANSMISSIONs INC. CHRISTIAN PRE-SCHOOL
US 301 N. Starke SALES _
DAY
&: CARE CENTER
964-6600 'Worship this week and every weekat Services Superior quality homes at 'We are the best place In We Care for your Child Like
Office A Typing Services) of All town to take a leak"
24 HR Wrecker Service the church of your choice" Kinds affordable prices You Would"

Custom made exhaust systems 1018 N. Temple) 964-6461 1837 Raiford Rd. 964-7777 HWY 301 a 964-6633 661 N.Temple Ave. 964-6810 643 .N. Walnut 964-6723

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FLORIDA NATIONAL NAPA AUTO PARTS Terwillegar Motors, inc. CROSLEYMANUFACTURING .SAWYER MITCHELL'S wvvvr2'DRUG STORE

BANK STORE Sales & Service UYCMIIZWC IN
206 W Madison & US 301 .GAS & APPLIANCESCall : )t' OLD FASHIONED
'All the right'parts In all the
Officers Directors & SOD/
; CORPORATIONMark usl for ALL your BBS.appliance fOUNTAIN SE VICE.
right places"icy Starke 964-720O heating or Air Cond. Needs Coznputerizo,+-'t-\:

Staff W Rrownlass Rd.' 964-6060 SR 21 Keystone Heights'Insurance Mullins & Employees 1103 S. Walnut St. a 964-77O1 127 E. Call St. a pharmacy B64-7610


Allen's Office Suppliesand STARKE LANES ... !!_T WESTERN STEER FAMILY ,EPPS MOTORS BRADFORD UNION MARINE

Printing Company : STEAK HOUSE Sales & Service

e Art Supplies. Custom Framing W '440 W. Madison From all of us .t Western Steer Quality Used Cars Bonito e Royal

Printing Office Supplies Special rates for Church: groups. (WInn-Dixle Shopping Center) US 301 South South 964-8358 1401 e N.Glass Stream

113 E.:'Call St 964-8925 1614 N. Temple .964-8175 964-4695 964-8061 HwySOl I mple Ave. 964-2858

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DENMARK FURNITUREIt's
SERVICE THIS FEATURE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE ABOVE ':
a fact you can do Complete Tire Shop & Auto FIRMS

better at Qeqrpark's Repairs WHO ARE 100% INTERESTED IN THIS .COMMUNITY\

434 W. Call 964-5827 402 N. Temple HWY 301 N. .

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Set in FebruaryBy


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said early this ween. "We have had
BCT Staff WriterA very few problems with the preparation
Grand Opening is planned for here at this location. I have
the first week in February for a Wal- some good employees here in Starke
Mart Department store in Starke. and everything seems to be going
Rentals for an adjoining shopping very smoothly. This is going to be a
center, which will include up to 25 very bus store. I can tell that much
different stores including WalMartand already/
Food Lion a major food super Representatives for the develop-
market are nearly complete accor ment corporation in charge of the
ding to Starke Wal-Mart Store shopping center Bradford Place
Manager Robert Garrett, with only Inc finished the process of getting
three small spaces left to rent. the necessary permits and applica-
Garrett, a seven-year veteran of tions early last year and completedthe
the corporation, which is one of the clearing of the site in late July.
country's largest of its type Now roofing crews are finishing
transferred here from the their work on the remainder of the
company's store in DeLand. shopping center at an accelerated
"We plan on opening during the pace.
first week of February." Garrett See p.48


T1--4J Final Spring Registration SetThere I

is still time to register for IBM-PCs.
I classes for the upcoming Spring 1989 Popular Professor April O'Connell
I I term at the Starke Center of Santa is teaching Psychology of Social
Fe Community College. Behavior and Human Growth and
Registration is from 10 a.m. to 4 Development. She will also put on a
wt ___ 4 p.m.with a late registration session play in Play Production a three-
___ tk Monday,Jan. 9 from 6-8 p.m. credit course.
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tl, I Ia Evening classes of interest include
In addition to basic classes in Dr. McFadden's Introduction to
Math English, Science History Ethics and Chuck McKeown's Prin-
R Social Sciences and Humanities the ciples of Management. Asst. State
Spring schedule includes class Attorney David Giant will teach
Photo by Mark Frledlln/ piano business classes in Accoun- Business Law.Spanish .
Grand Opening Date Set... door*to the public for the first time early In February.; ting, Management Business Math and Art Fundamentalsare
Starke Wal-Mart Store Manager Robert Garret L proud of the nnooUi The new tore and the adjoining hopping are expected to provide a big bootto and Business Law. Computer other classes of general interest
I progreu made by his employee; u they work quickly getting*et to open their the local economy. classes include three sections of In- and open to the public.
troduction to Computers taught on For more information please call
the computer lab's "user friendly" 9645382. ,


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Pale ZB TELEGRAPH TIMES" MONITOR-B SECTION January 5, 1989.


I Rescue Service Averages Over 122 Runs Per MonthBradford


County Emergency A record high for the year 1988 of tist Hospital, both in Jacksonville.One respiratory problems were the next
Medical Services Rescue respondedto 122 runs per month for the unit which patient was transported to highest need with 22 patients requirIng -
a total of 143 calls/or/runs duringthe has steadily increased the monthly Shanda in Gainesville. Another patient Ilescue. Cardiac patients were
month of December, accordingto average. In 1986 the units averaged was also transported to Baptistby the next highest need, with 18 patients
Supervisor Cliff Chapman.Obituaries. 100 runs and in 1987 the average increased Life Flight. requiring Rescue (three pa-
to 113 runs per month. The majority of the patients 85, tients were in full arrest). i" -
September saw the all time high for were taken to Bradford Hospital. Fifteen calls were to people in
number of calls, with 150 runs made Three patients were taken to Shands trauma and another eight runs were
during the month. Hospital, seven to Alachua General to people in trauma resulting from
Hospital and five to North Florida vehicle accidents. Two runs were to A
Mrs. Lillian Jewelle RakesMrs. Regional Hospital all in Gainesville.Two obstretic patients and one call was to
103 transports required the patients were taken to the li\ drug overdose victim.
Lillian Jewelle Rakes, 75, of
transporting of 107 patient Forty Reception Medical Center and one to One call was alcohol related one
Gainesville died 3 in
January
Hand call was to an aircraft accident and I
Alachua General Hospital following calls required no transporting. The Lake Butler Hospital Surgery
one run was a special detail.
an extended illness. back-up unit made 11 runs. Five pa- Center.
tients were transported by Illness related calls topped the list Five people were dead when the u
Born May 10, 1913 In Centerton TRAUMA I, flying three patients to of emergencies with 37 people unit arrived, six calls were cancelled
homemakerand
Ark. Mrs. Rakes
was a I'
attention. People with. and four calls were false alarms.
a member of the Methodist University Hospital and one to Bap needing --. '
church. -- --- __ i
Survivors include two daughters I
Carolyn Rakes of Gainesville and
Jan Jackson of Starke; two s'nsl Winn-Dixie' ,
James Rakes of Beebe Ark., and
Gary Rakes of Brunswick, Ga.; one
brother, Ancil Davis of Starke; eight
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.Funeral .
services will be held BRAND U.S. CHOICE
Thursday, Jan. 5 at 3 p.m. at the W-D
Jones Funeral Home Chapel in
FROM TOP ROUND
Starke, with Rev. Lester Austin of- CUT
ficiating. Burial will be at Crosby ,

Lake Jones Cemetery Funeral under Home.the directionof PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING STARKE WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: LO N D 0 N


.39 WALNUT ST-BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER-DELI PHONE: W4-5913
In Loving Memory
Brian Adrian Whitehead flJ 1

January 9, 1988
For God so loved the world, that Working I" Give You
He gave His only begotten Son,That O .
whosoever believeth in Him should
not perish, but have everlastingLife. .

The. world around us changes from THE LOWEST
year to year; so do our friends from
day to day. Never will the one that
_
we cared for and loved from our
memory forgotten.pass away. Gone, but not TOTAL FOOD BILL !

I Miss and Love You Very Much

MarianIn That is Winn-Dixie's commitment to you. Not just for


12/6/28-1/1/79 George Memory Carter today, but for a long time to come! Plus, the quality, @


George was a fine man, friend, and B'YOU'RE
variety service deserve in food
husband and father. He will alwaysbe you a store.
remembered for his cheerfulnessand
kindness to others. He is missed
terribly by those who knew and loved GOING TO SEE THE DIFFERENCE. CHOICE BONELESS TOP
ROUND
him. ROAST . La $I 97
Your friends and family:!!



Applications Camp Blanding AvailableThe Turkey D at MIX OR MATCH YOUR FAVORITES AT


Camp Blanding Spring! EVERYDAY LOW LOW PRICES.
Turkey Hunt Applications will be
available beginning January 2, 198 .
from the Game & Fresh Water Fist '7 \. 'h .IVIRYDA'(' a.ow_ .R'CI ',EVERYDAY LOW PRICES

Commission's Lake City regional office TURNIPS, COLLARDS
THRIFTY MAID or MUSTARDS THRIFTY MAID
"This year two]runts:! will be con THRIFTY MAID mg.u TOMATOSAUCE "
ducted on the area. The first will be CUTBEANS a
'" 'March 20-24( and the !: .
e".* ; 'St ve'Stafford;;wildlife'Sclerltist DELI BOILED

( for the commission. + HAM $ 2 9 5 $' 1
"The turkey population on Cam; e9fblr 18-oz. 9 :
Blanding is excellent and based or CANS 15-Z. siiGREENS 1 10g
past records hunters should have ar 9 CANS CANS
outstanding chance of bagging e 1
bird," he said.Hunters HALF
may apply from January LB, THRIFTY MAID' KIDNEY BEANS LIGHT or DARK Or
2 until February 15 with a com THRIFTY MAID Q $129 THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID

puterized February 17.random There drawing wil be 65 permits held on VIENNA SAUSAGE, OjS CHILI BEANS 3 ccaass= $119 PORK & BEANS 3 $109

issued for each hunt.Resident senior YELLOW or WHITEAMERICAN
citizens, qualified disabled persons BvBRYpAY
and children under 16 years of age LOW PRIG _
may hunt without this special per CHEESE ..

mit.To request an application or nrlM Id .
receive additional information, con- 159 III
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tact the Lake City regional office at HALF I I gU1CK I
1-800-342-8105 or ((904) 758-0525 :
LB, CHITS
Jan. 21 Workshop J 1 1

On WoodcarvingAt
tw "FRESH BAKED
Fla. Folk CenterThe
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Stephen Foster State Folk eV APA

Culture host a Center beginning in White Woodcarvers Springs will : ; W PIE & VEa Oft d LOVEd

Workshop January 21 from 10 a.m. % OY8In.
until 5 p.m.
Participants will learn the basic
methods used in woodcarving and '
will carve a project from beginningto CI2E '
end. A$15 fee for materials will be V _
charged for the day of the class. '1 .
Reserve tioiis are required. For fAMILY .PACK IAIIICUI INCIUOIlt a WHOllAIBa
reservations and information con CHICKEN, LL POTATO SALAD, IB.
tact Elaine at the Stephen Foster SLAW LOAF Of MINCM..../IDCHICKEN
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News BriefsDune

Open Houseon

Buggy Chase The chase continued onto Brownlee Shannon King were not charged.
Eagle's Nest Homes Nets One ArrestA Rd and turned onto the dirt road No InjuriesIn
beside the church and into the hunt Theressa Man US-301 CrashThe
wild chase Tuesday afternoon club area.The dune buggy ran out of Found
by local authorities resulted in the road and into a cypress bog where it DeadThe intersection of Edwards Road
Sunday arrest of a Starke man. became stuck. The three occupants death of a 38-year-old and US-301 was again the scene of an
Starke Police were called when a fled from the area at that time but Theressa man Is under Investigation accident Tuesday noon when a
January 9 dune buggy was creating a distur- later were apprehended, said by the Clay County Sheriff's Office. southbound pickup truck struck two
bance at the VoTech Jan. 3. The Roberts. Roy Wade Jackson was found at a cars after running the red light. ,
Call vehicle was seen on Orange Street Marty Lawson was charged in the residence on Crystal Lake Road Jan. There were no reported injuries In
: 964-8447 but sped east on Washington St. incident with wilful-wanton reckless 1, according to Lt. Tim Martin. No the three vehicle accident Jan. 3 in
Eves. 473-3627 when police attempted to stop the driving, fleeing attempting to elude foul play Is suspected but the cause Starke but damage to the vehicleswas
vehicle,said Patrolman Mack Short. and driving under Influence, said of death has not been determined, estimated to Be$4,000 total.
A chase ensued with Short said Martin. A
joined by Short. lie was released after 1971 Dodge pickup driven by Lee
Trooper D. C. Roberts, Sgt. David a bond. posting The investigation Is continuing Cobb,Jr.of Archer ran the red light
surety Passengers in the
Goodner and Deputy Danny Thrift vehicle. John Lamar Crews and pending the results of the medical on US-301 south at Edwards Road
examiner. striking the front end of a 1m
Oldsmobile,according to Trooper D.
Uu. C. Roberts. The Oldsmobile, driven
by Vera E. Ely of Starke, was at-
tempting a left turn from Edwards!
w .. Road said Roberts. A city policepatrol
,, Y- SAUSAGB car,driven by William Hazen
Brown, 39, was northbound slowing
for the light when the accident oc-
curred, and was also struck by the
I + PORK HICKORY SWEET SLICED J pickup, said Roberts.
The pickup truck was travelling at
40mph,according to the report.
SHOULDER BACON SUPERBRAND The intersection is frequently the
or scene of an accident, most often
r.1 caused by through traffic falling to
I' SMOKED ORANGE observe the traffic signal,according
W-D BRAND WHOLE HOG (ALL FLAVORS) to local authorities. .

.1 Two Homes Flit

PICNICS SAUSAGE UICEr By BurglarsTwo

homes were burglarized In
the Worthington Springs area Mon-
day and Tuesday.A .
VCR, mini cam and weapons
were reported missing from the two
homes, according to Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead.The burglaries occurredin
both homes between 9 a.m. and 1
$117 r p.m. The investigation of a strange
o r.w vehicle seen in the area during that
time is continuing.Neighbors .
11 are asked to watch
each other's home and report any
suspicious happenings to the
sheriff's office, said Whitehead.
QUANTITY RIGHTS

WI'co.vm..r."RESERVED.-....,_,...we.. LB. HALF Recent Bradford ArrestsIn CountyThe

LB. PRICES GOOD PKG. GAL. following arrests were made

by local authorites in Bradford

THURS.-WED. County.

Karen Davis, 30, of Port Richeywas
100% PURE FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE arrested Dec. 31 for introduc-
tion of contraband into a prison, ac-
cording to Investigator David
Aderholt. Davis is charged with tak-
FARMSTEAD WHOLE Jog marijuana into New River East.
MADISON BRAND (SLICED FREE pl W-D BRAND LEAN MEATY HARVESTr She was released on her own

: CORN BONELESS n' I PORK recognizance.

DOGS F M PORK LOIN SPARERIBS FRESH Sylvester Lott, 33, of Starke was
lR or'
.
arrested Jan. 1 for loitering and prowling

$ ggl I {llW $ S 7 PRODUCE Johnson., according Two males to Patrolman were at 919 Jeff N.

3 347 1"PKa. Pine St.when officers arrived but fled -
...".ora 3-LB. -.. when the officer attempted to
lB. lB. question them about a report:of prowlers
::i..IliW/ <. ............ ,... .. WASHINGTON STATE in the area.Both men were ap-
iPecTED"1.. S12 BSW' FP' w.. C"./ "V, **- Mi' w'/: W r yl}FED or GOLD : r"f.iprehaiKtad In.thea_-lJld.LoU was
1'Rf /IQc 8ST N"BU FRESH I aELICIISNrLEGQUARTERS charged. Bond was set at $250, he
released and ordered
$1 'W was to stay
u 2 PORK STEAKS Ls BPOSTONRBAUTT ii APPLES away from that address.
LOWER m FAT FARMSTEAD BONELESS :r1
SKINLESSFRYER COUNTRY. STYLESPARERIBS ,,;: \\ ) i //Jlh Tony Lenard Green, 23, of Waldo
$228 $34. POS was arrested Jan. 1 for aggravated
BREAST: u . Ul ,. 580 battery, according to Patrolmen
FARMSTEAD \ ;t", $157 LB Mack Short and Kinard Perry.
FRESH MARKET Green allegedly struck his ex-
BONELESS
$118 $3" LB.a4. girlfriend in the face causing his ar-
GROUND TURKEY La PORK CHOPS. 1& rest, said Short. He was released on
his own recognizance and told to
stay away from the victim.
EVERYDAY ...o FLORIDA FRESH
PRICE
?3 !Ow ORANGES Edward Bradley Peacock, 30, of
} ORANGES Starke was arrested Jan.3 for carry-
Ing a concealed firearm, possessionof
e : drug paraphernalia,driving while
s s r $1"8 license suspended illegal transfer
'
tI1i; according to Patrolman GordonSmIth.
tag
_ 5-LB.
.Peacock was stopped for hav-
B
I iii I' s s i ing only one headlight and a search
of the vehicle led to the charges.
(ENDIVE ESCAROLE, Bond was set at $2,230 he was
released on his own recognizance.
HARViSiINiRESHSALADS
11 John Donahue Crawford, 30, of
was arrested Jan. 2 for
burglary to auto, petit theft, according
1 to Deputy Harvey Rhoden.
Crawford is charged with burglarizing -
580 a vehicle in the parking lot at the
I 1 : Hampton Handy Way Food Store.
LB.HARVIST Bond was set at $1,500, he was
released on his own recognizance.

LVpW pREC Lawrence Dewayne Slocum, 22,
was arrested Dec. 29 for trespass
after warning, according to
..EVERYDAY LOW HUH Patrolman Short. An Alachua County -
IDAHOVEGETABLE $ 38 charge of no valid driver's licensewas
THRIFTY MAID SUPERBRAND 99 ORANGE $1 109 POTATOES 5U 1 also placed against Slocum,according
LIGHT MARGARINE. : JUICE JiA"i BAG to Lt. Sammy Eunice.
ALL VARIETIES VINI PIN
MADISON HOUSE SALAD Mary Jenine Manning,28, was ar-
SOUP SUPERBRANDMILIC <
$1 29 3 hI. Sge 48c rested Dec.29 for violation of proba-
3 BISCUITS . ''UJ fOIl POT PIES . SIZE TOMATOES uHAIVIST tion for worthless check, accordingto
HMD $119 Investigator Aderholt. She was
LONGHORN HALF MOON fllSH MEDIUM '
10-oz. SHOESTRING O released after a $500 surety bond
soup CANS SUPERBRAND $149 OI. SSe YELLOW was posted.
FOR CHEESE . . 11)01.rea. ITHMFTYMAIO POTATOES . ,1IG1 ONIONS 29C J4s
ia LevI! Dexter of Alachua was
THRIFTY MAID arrested Dec. 27 for possession of a
CHICKEN CHOC O CHARM 9ge 4-ct 99 controlled substance, sale and
'
NOOIH" ,* SOUP 3 $s $117 DRINK. . . GAL. CORN ON COB PlIo.I delivery of a controlled substance-
cocaine, according to Lt Eunice.
I Bond was set at $10.000, he was
.' AVAILABLE IN released on his own recognizance.
FISHERMAN HARE SEAFOODSTORES
o i N V ONLY. Rodney Wayne Carpenter 38, of
5 1 Union County was charged Dec. 27
o LARGE HEADLESS on an order of arrest, according to
38/40-ct Lt.John Dempsey. He was released
.
I' I WHITE > SNAPPER on his own recognizance.
.
:;, OFF SHRIMP FILLETS Traffic

WE Wll s: Benjamin Clark, 39, of Lawtey
s r
sgg while license suspended (DWLS),
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF I rouasERFOOo $399 according to Patrolman Susan
PuacxRSEsfREEI LB. LB. Wilkersoo. Bond was set at $1I.25.
MAGAZINES, he was released on his own

I Community State PRE-PRICED CHIPS AND PERCH recognizance.Lester .
> SNOW CRABCLUSTERS. $999
iul EBMAKET
$999 Scott Dyess, 37 of SUrke
Bank""I WWIMMJUE SANK AT, CORN SNACKS .' n O FILLETS . . u was arrested Dec. 30 for driving
under Influence
to Patrolman Johnson.Bond
at $1,215.15, be was released on his


CLEAN STORES AND QUICK CHECKOUT Ian.own Clarence recognizance.1 for DW1JS Canlpe, ,theft

Bond to Deputy Harvey :::.
., 1 was setat

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from pap IB 'fecte of the added Jobs make. their
A big breakthrough in the project impact here.
came with the aquisition of food The original decision to locate a
Linn, a nationwide food store chain. store here was based on the results
The construction work for the pro- of a marketing survey and research
ject has employed up 250 people dur- of the growth patterns in the area,
ing its peak period,with many of the with Starke as the hub. During the
workers being drawn from the local evaluation period the site was
community for temporary employ- visited personally by Samual Moore
ment. Walton, founder of the huge Wal-
Stores in the planned shopping Mart chain which now includes over
plaza will also be employing local 750 stores in a 20-state trade territory -
workers on a permanent basis after .
opening. Other Walton enterprises include
Estimates by a roofing foreman on the Sam's Wholesale Clubs and
the site put 150 as the number of Walton's Ben Franklin Stores.
I workers who are already directly or The next phase of the project
indirectly employed on the site. began with contacts by company
Wal-Mart and the adjoining shopp- representatives to local officials,
a ing center are expected to provide a who are quite pleased with the pro-
boost to the local economy as the ef- spect.
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LJ :.'J0.f.: Local residents who are Interestedin Assistants as required by Florida
L11 .\. \ taking a Nursing Assistant Coursein Law.
Starke this spring should contactthe The cost of the course is approximately
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,-.r-T"- ff Santa Fe Community College $80 which includes application
t-
... Starke Center. tuition,lab fees and book.
.. .
," The 120-hour non-credit course is Applicants must take the TABE
designed to develop a degree of skill tests at the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
for nurses'aides that will meet nursing Center. For more information, call
home standards. Graduates the SFCC Starke Center, 964-5382,
Photo by Mark Frledlin would become Certified Nursing after January 3.
Final.;...... Tml.....">'ti.....i...".'...
Roofer put the final touches: on the shopping center,Bradford Place,which located next to the new Wai.Mart Su-El's Retirement Community
Store In Starke. FLORIDATWIN
Store In the center Include Food Uon and 23 other Retirement Community 1 Ballramant Horns
The Grand Opening for the Wal mart tore I*Kt for the tint week In February. A small Mlrarnamcommunity litthkimalla'Timunltywatoo THEATRE
at So-Efa.Wafcav r "lava Su-ETi RMInmont Starke 964-5451
rta 01 roomS tor..) Horn A HnnMd group
care Indapandont tanlora.ft ,i home for Mnlor that naadiulllanca
(Is a quMaanlngwItha.homaIIK! With lupanlilon.W 52.00 SPECIAL
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amafjancy call lyilam.Maali nun*ring_..flnt aid,CPRtrained Closed Wed. & Thurs.
optional. 468 2619 Hart
Starts Fri.,Jan. 6
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By Mark Frtedlln

, BCT Staff Writer
The Boy Scouts la Bradford County
: arc participating In a unique
''p environmental program In which
Call Bryan ifs old, discarded Christmas trees arc
being/ used to save precious benches
on the Atlantic coast.
Sellin' or Buyin' in '89" This annual project has been ';"
recognized as a valuable
worthwhile project by a variety of ;4.yr s
Federal officials and organizations
; We've about sold out of houses! Bradford Including President Scoutmaster Reagan I.cc," q

LISTINGS NEEDED Hardcnbrook commented. "We ore
happy to be able to help.You can see
BUYERS WAITING!!! the results for yourself down at the
beach.The Is working." ,
program :
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The project called the The "
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Northeast Beach Dune
Restoration Project. Is held each of1"-.I.L .W i ,.
January along the hundreds of milesof
beaches and dunes In Northeast Worthwhile Project...
Bradford Florida. Bradford County Boy Scouts have topped up their participation In the Northeast Florida Beaches and Dun
In the used unsold
Chiropractic Center Christmas project trees are staked or along the Restoration Project by vetting up collection points,like the one shown below la Keystone Height,and working
high water level In the dunes, actively with city and county official
Starke Office causing sand to be trapped rather The positive mult of the progam can be teen In the photo above where burled tree are collecting sand which
than washed or blown away during would otherwise be blown or washed
218 S. Walnut St. the "Northeasters"which scour the away. ,.
Next to the Chamber of Commerce beaches the Winter particularly months. severely during 1 w r p i'xJi

Participants In the program havean rt
964-4957 added Incentive, Hardcnbrook !+ tr .a r rrt"
added when they take each year'snew
load of trees to beach. There
they can see for themselves the
positive results the program Is
PAIN CONTROL having. Dunes and beaches where
the trees have been placed are
.Headaches holding their own or actually
.Neck 4 Aim building up due to the effects of the
.Mid Back INJURIES trees.Trees from the previous years
are almost completely burled
Work Related
Low Back d Leg actively forming new dunes and
Sport* preventing more erosion.
Personal Local scouts have participated Int
Auto Accident he program In the past but expandedthe C
scope of the project this year 1".r
'. DR. W. DAVID SIKES when they cot Involved with county y
DR. RICHARD C. TULLER and city officials In Starke and +i..rr, n'.
!Keystone HeIghts.the Department of
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
Environmental Regulation the
I Bradford County Commission and
THE TEAM_APPROACH the Bradford County Fair
Association.
CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT The scouts established pickup
f 24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK points at County dump sites In
Bradford County and at the public
964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER beach In Keystone Heights.
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R :-COUNTY SOLID WASTE MEETING OFFICE MANAGER Video Conference

"Ethical Dilemmas In Nursing",a

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 10 7:00 P.M. for well established firm. Must Training pm.This Wednesday, Jan. 11.3-5
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Butler .be experienced in all types of program nurses designed analyze ethicaldilemma
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DESTRUCTION OF held at the Conference Center, 800
POLLUTION of DRINKING WATER, OFFICE MANAGERP.O. S.W. 2nd Avenue Gainesville,

WETLANDS, POLLUTION of NEW RIVER, VIOLATION OF directly opposite Alachua General
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BURIAL GROUNDS, DECREASE in LAND VALUES For more information, call ((904)
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funeral arrangements
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December 31 1988 I I

Increase JONES FUNERAL HOME

ASSETS .1988 1987 ,%
100 & Cypress St. Keystone H ts. 473-3176
964-6200 Hwy
$1.426.952 1.3% 514 Nona Street Stark -
Cash&Due From Banks 1408.723 5.345.000' 3.935.000 35.8%
Federal Funds Sold %
7,301,4541.4
Investment Securities 7197.553 $14.624.470 ::7.718.9% "MIX OR MATCH: USE THIS COUPON FOR PIZZA! PIZZA -PAN PAN OR ONE OF EACH
Loans&Discount Receivable 15755.484
((474.926)) %
Unearned Discount ((384.949)) ,
less
((187.873)) kO.0% '
less Loan Loss Reserve (187.917)Net
'8.7%
13961.671
Loans 15.182.618 335.919 357.737 6.1% Pizza
Interest Earned Uncollected Caesars
..7.6% Little
597.989
Banking House&Fixtures 0 647.463O +O.O%

Other Other Real Assets Estate 152,573- 55.286176.0 j % '.,.,o area*Dizzaii One low p.lce M

$30.220.375 $27,683.; 63._ 9.2% I
TOTAL ASSETS ,
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LIABILITIES Two Medium PizzasWith

Demand Deposits $13.161.278, 12923.780 365.157.1.8%% Cheese and One Topping
Official Checks' 114,416
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1.971.196 -7.7%
Accounts 1.819.399
Savings
Certificates of Deposit 10.837.997 8.640.897 25.4% 799
Total Deposits $25.933.090 23901.030 8.5% tax
28.6%
188.270' 146,416
Reserve Accounts 137.885 55,736 '147.4% Extra cheese available at additional coct.Valid
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TOTAL JLIABnJTIES. $20, 50.245 $ .103,183 ,8.9% offer.Emfaea .


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Capital Stock $200.000: < $200.000 0.0% 207 South Orange StreetAcross

Surplus 1800.000 1.800.000 0.0%

Retained Earnings 1.961,130. 1.682.381 23.9% from Wlnn Dixie)
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TOTAL CAPITAL $ .a61.130 $ .%

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I Obituaries

Card of Thanks

William 0. (Bud) Dicks officiating.Archer Funeral Home of Iness. Starke. Atlanta, Ga.; three brothers, and We want to express our thanks to
Lake Butler was in charge of ar- Born Mar. 12, 1908 in Sumpter Survivors Include two daughters two sisters. each of you for your prayers,cards,
William Oliver (Bud) Dicks,90, of rangements.Mrs. County Ga., Mrs. Wynn moved to Betty Jane Stiles of Lake City anaBillie Graveside funeral services were visits, food, and flowers during our
Lake City, died Monday morning In Starke In 1952 from Tallahassee.She M.Hart of Fernandina Beach; held Jan.2 at Hebron Baptist Church sorrow.
the Lake City Medical Center after a Nettle Mae Wynn was Director of Nursing at Bradford three grandsons Gordon Hart of Cemetery In Amerlcus, Ga. Ar- Your expressions of sympathy will
brief illness. Mrs. Nettie Mae Wynn, 90. of Hospital for many years and was a Fernandina, Arthur Hart of rangements were handled by Jones always be remembered.
Born in Union County, Mr. Dicks Starkel died Dec. 30 in Alachua retired Registered Nurse, and a Tallahassee and Robert Hart of Funeral Home of Starke. The Family of Fred L.Watterson
lived there most of his life until moving General Hospital following a brief iI. member First Christian Church of :: -
jJI! 111I _111 __.1 L_
to Lake City nine years ago. He _ _ _ _ _
was a member of the Oak Grove
LAW OFFICE OF
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints. CECILIA A. BALDRIC M.D. LANSING J. ROY
Survivors include two daughters, 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
Blanche Parrish of Largo and Iva
Williams of Lake City; two sons, PEDIATRICIANannounces I Keystone Heights. FL 32656
J.D. Dicks of Dundee and Erastus 473-7256
Dicks of Plant City; a sister, Rettie
Tison of Parrish, Fl.; 17 grand- the recent opening of ANNOUNCING I
children, 23 great-grandchildren, :
and 8 great-great-grandchildren. her Starke Office GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW
Funeral services were held "A Full Service Law Firm"Primary
Wednesday in the Oak Grove Churchof
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Specialty:Newborns & Children 5 Attorneys & 2 Paralegals
with Wendell Nettles and
Bishop
Bishop Hollis 1 Brannen officiating. Secondary Specialty:Adult Medicine Divorce & Family Law. Business Transactions.
Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery
under the direction of Archer Accepts: Trial Work.Wills.& Probate. Social Security Disability i
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Insurance Law. Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy Law. Fire Losses.
Blue Cross/Blue/ Shield, P.P.C.Insurance Criminal Law
Workers DUI
Price Lee Fisher Compensation. ( Felony -
and Medicaid Insurance Misdemeanor Juvenile). and Business Law.
Price Lee Fisher, 92, of Theressa, Corporate .
died Dec. 29 in North Fla. Regional State or Federal Court. Zoning Administrative & ;
Hospital in Gainesville, following a OFFICE HOURS: Governmental Law. Landlord Tenant. Construction Law.

brief Born illness.May 10, 1896 In Pennsboro, Mon. Fri. 1-4; Saturday Call if Emergency Employer-Employee Relations. Wage and Hour Law.

W. Va., Mr. Fisher moved to the 864 N.Temple Avenue, Suite A Adoptions. Non-Profit Religious & Chartlble Organizations.
Theressa area 27 years ago from
member of (Across from Pizza Hut)
Baltimore,Md.He was a
CHARGE FOR INITIAL
Hope Baptist Church, a veteran of After Hours: NO CONSULTATION
WWII in the U.S. Army, a memberof 964-3295 755-2441,752-2689
the Veterans of Foreign Wars in
Maryland, and a retired millworkerand

Survivors boiler operator.include seven M AYTAG- MAGIC CHEF'GENERAL I ELECTRIC RCA GIBSON TAPPAN

daughters, Deloris Humphries of
Fall Branch,Tenn.,Betty Campbell,
Patricia Walker and Jean Tierney,
all of Baltimore, Md., Margaret YOURSFREEGUARANTEE '!
Allen of Warner Robbins, Ga.,Belle Special discounts drf
> V'" <.-"" '! iVOj'iri_"
Lovell and Grace Searle, both of \
Theressa; five sons, Ronnie and c -
Richard Fisher of Baltimore, :
William Fisher of Chipley, B.F. : & ARPtllANCESi
Gieger of Theressa and Truman
Dickinson of Keystone Hts.; 28
grandchildren, 40 great
grandchildren and two great-great
grandchildren.Funeral .
services were held Dec.
31 in Hope Baptist Church with Rev.
Gary Heath officiating. Intermentwas
in Hope Cemetery under the 7EHEI1L
direction of Jones Funeral Home.

Roy Wade JacksonRoy

Wade Jackson, 38, of
Theressa, died Sunday, Jan. 1 at his
residence.
Born Dec. 19, 1950 In Macclenny,
Mr. Jackson was a lifelong resident .
of Bradford County. He was an ex ....
terminator/technician with Florida ".tc'h' i l. :
Pest Control and a member of Laura Admiral ... ; .. :
Baptist Church in Starke.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Sheryl Ward Jackson; two sons, FROST-FREE
Robert Judson and Devin Wade,
both of Theressa; his parents, 15 CU. FT. GENERAL REFRIGERATOR-

Luther W. and Bernice Crawford === FREEZER .-,;,. 1
\ Jackson both of Starke; his brother, = REFRIGELECTRIC.
George E. Seeley of iawteyt three .-M \
sisters, Mrs. Jean Tanner of -- ERATOR"Optional: TOPMOUrJTREFRIGERATOR" ''Iu./ '101b.capacityauto. pf j jmalic

awtey,and Mrs.Wilma Geiger and 11 r icemaker
Mrs. Brenda Bradley, both of I automatic Porcelain-on-Steel
Starke. ? Optionalicemaker interiors
Funeral services were held Jan. 4 I icemaker -- ---
at the First Christian Church of
Glide out wire
a Glass Fa the wey na nuxle S
Starke with Preacher Tom Crafton 150 I I
officiating. Interment was in Dyal -- shelves shelves
Cemetery under the direction of n -
Jones Funeral Home.B. VALUE

K.Johns FACTORY INSTALLED
SALE $389 SALE
B.K.Johns,74,Yulee,died Dec. 799 TRIMKIT
21 in Macclenny. A native of PRICED... PRICED... 'Individual savings
Raiford, Fl., Mr. Johns had lived in may vary.
Yulee since 1952. He retired in 1978
from ITT Rayonier,Inc.,but worked W
part-time as a security guard for the Gibson Gibson .
fist ten years. He was a World War
in the U.S. Coast Guard
and a member of Nassau Baptist 11 AUTOMATIC
Temple. AUTOMATIC GAS
Survivors Include his wife, Ruth; WASHER
three sons, Skippy of Raiford, and DRYER RANGE
Jimmy and Bergum both of Yulee; a
daughter, Glenda Hutchinson of 3 position water
Yulee;a sister,Mae Parrish of Lake level selector D Built to last Lift-up, lift-off
Butler; and nine grandchildren. Exclusivegolden cooktopExclusive
Funeral services were held Dec. Vigorous double-
24 at Black Rock Baptist Church in scrub washing cook-
Nassau County, with burial in warranty top Uniburners*
Chester Cemetery in Nassau Coun- action
ty. Arrangements were handled by
Oxley-Heard Funeral Home of Fer-

nandina Beach. SALE $299 SALE SALE 298
5248
Mrs.Lillian Jane LaceyMrs. U

Lillian Jane Lacey, 95, of PRICED... PRICED... PRICED...
Anderson, S.C., died Dec. 28 in
Latham Nursing Center in Anderson
')
following an extended illness. Gibson
Born Feb. 20, 1893 in London, On- MAYTAG
tario,Canada, Mrs. Lacey moved to
Anderson in 1984 from Keystone
Heights. She was a homemaker and 8 CU. FT. AUTOMATIC
member of Park of the Palms DUTYWASHER
HEAVY /
Church. I CHESTFREEZER t DISHWASHER
Survivors Include two daughters g WLL. Buy KfchenAid DMwoho-
Gail Milligan of Anderson,S.C.,and ?
Naomi Davis of Wake Forest, N.C.; #1 in quality
'-''"''' ''"'
John E. who is mis- '
a son, Lacey, a
sionary to Kenya, Africa; his #1 in preference Big capacity :.==.-;...
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brother,Leonard Potter of Houston, Compact -.
Tx.; 15 grandchildren and 10 great
convenience

grandchildren.Funeral services. were held Dec. $30 = fI 4O
30 in Park of the Palms
Keystone Heights with Mr. Ernest WAG
Woodhouse and Mr. James Gilbert SALE $238

Keystone officiating.Hts.Interment Cemetery under was the In OFF PRICED... Trade-Up Allowance] ,

direction of Jones Funeral Home.

Marshall H.Parrish
Marshall H. Tarrish, 54, of Lake- "'7 eu Zlou49 e Soa ctl l rg$ 4 .

Butler, died Friday morning at his HOURS : APPLY FOR YOUR
STORE
home after an apparent heart at .
tack.A SAWYERCREDltJCARDJODAY
lifelong resident of Union Coun- MONDAY
Parrish was retired from SATURDAY
THRU
Union Correctional Institution and
was a member of the Calvary Baptist BAM-5PM .
Church of PalaUta.t :

t and Survivors Ricky, both include of Lake two sons Butler Nicky; his a 90 DAYS SAME AS CASK GAS & APPLIANCES NOT ALfr ITEMS 1NAU
STORES
CREDIT
S150O INSTANT
parents, Leon and Ida Parrish of
Lake Butler; one sister Nethra TO QUALIFIED BUYERS STARKE 11O3 S. WALNUT ST. PIL 964-7701 PRIOR SAtes EXCLUDED

Phillips granddaughter of Lake, Rachelle Butler;Parrish and one of LAKE BUTLER 250 S.W. 9TH AVE. 496-2564


Ocala.Graveside funeral services were MAYTAG EMPIRE GOLDSTAR DEARBORN SAMSUNG QUASAR

held Sunday at Elzey Chapel
Cemetery with Rev. Jacob Thomasrrrw.a..wa..raiflflJr

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MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT PERSONALS R.V.s CAMPERS, l PHONE 964-7776

FOR SALE TRAVEL TRAILERSTRAVEL jn5 N. Temple Stork xLa1oR

MOBILE HOMES 2 BR. 1 bath with air SOUTHERN HOME EQUITY CORP
conditioning and covered patios. 1 mileto Statewide service on First and Second Cecelia
ONI ACRE LOTS with mobile homes downtown TRAILER: 34 ft., self-contained, ,. Terwlliegai
Starke. 964.7..98.14"1F loans 5000750000. Homeowners _
ready to move Into. Several to choose mortgage. In good condition. Asking $2900. For
IN COUNTRY small bedroom frame use your equity for debt consolidation
than from. Owner financing. Payments less house carpet. Available 1 Jan 89.Call home Improvements and more information, call 9645341. 2tpd MAKE YOUR NEW VEAR RESOLUTION
rent. Low down from
111,500. 964.238. 10/27TF payment; 964-8602 after 6 p.m. for Info. TFjmm large purchases. Slow credit accepted.Fast 1/5.12 NOW TO SEE ONE OF THESE LISTINGS

ONI ACRI WITH MOBILE HOME dbl. FURNISHED DUPLEX APARTMENT at 202 friendly service on rural and urban I .....INVESTORS.....
2 BR, 2 bath, fully furnished carport -, Broadway St. Will be shown by people property. Please call Jacksonville BUSINESS NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Tempi Ave.. eight furnished I
pecon ft pear 'r_.. Appralied at at 204 Broadway. 2tchg 1/5-12 448-0044. Toll Free 18008250250. OPPORTUNITIES one bedroom opts., fully occupied with on excellent occupancy record.
$27,500. Estate sale 23000. Hwy 225 MOBILE HOMI FOR RENT 2 BR. AC, licensed Mortgage Brokerage Heating ft cooling unit In each apt. Selling price $147,500 with assumable mortgage
heat, refrlg., 12x60, In the Business 6821 Drive,
pines, Southpolnt
(Bayless Hwy.) 4 mile South of SR 100, 3 of $111.708.91/1. Interest rate Paved parking lot.
driveway. $175 month, first 8 Jacksonville, Fl. 32216. fcan EUREKA LOG HOMESi The true
private I
mile North of SR 16. Estate of GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extending
last month or $60 weekly.: '964.6918. DOCTORS RESEARCH produce startlingnew American Dream. Your beautiful
own
E.S.OIIver.Will! consider owner financ to Hwy 21. 7.17 acres, $165,000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots, [
Itpd 15MELROSE Information about Aids that log home and exciting business, only
ing. Call 901.471.1245.4tpd 12/39-1/19 $65.000 each and 92.65' lot $48.000.I .
AREA 14'wide MH 2 BR Two minute one
new disputes current thinking. 24900. Available worldwide. Information
DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER 28x40. 3 BR. 2 full I LAKE LOT Cleared 100 ft. Reduced to$ 17,000 I
CROSBY on water.
1'bath, central heat ft air M.D. locations.
utility phone message by Physician and model Call
baths, CHSA stove, refrlg., assume .. .
...HOMES. .
with washer 8 On Call
bldg. dryer hookups. plus free written report. 1.800.643.834.. fcan
mortgage$2..5..9 mo. Must. relocate to 1 acre. $295 mo. 475-3468 or 213/977-0901.. fcanWANTED..OVEIIEATERS. DEALERSHIP LOG HOMES your completelog I ROAD 230-Ei Two.'oryC8 frame 3 BR. 1'/. Ba, REDUCED! $ 40.900 I
your own land. Call 762 3404, 782.3490 I 1872 f. frame home located SR 229 N of
17774501. Itpd 1/5 : Prominent home manufacturing company has OWNER ANXIOUSI I on acre, on
machine .
( ) 1/5
answering Itpd
14x70 MOBILE HOME near Melroselike: physician at famous hospital discovers all of America' finest line, starting at Raiford. PRICED TO SELL I $ 28,000
new 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA, utility bldg breakthrough In weight losi $9199. Great earning potential, will N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba, 5 acres $ 75,000
with washer S dryer hookups, 2 acre Volunteer needed to validate results. not Interfere with present employ FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235, 15 minutes from Starke, 3
NOTICE lot, fenced yard. $350 mo. 475-3468 or Receive amazing computer personality ment. Investment 100% secured by BR/IBa 70yr-old home, CHSA, 6 stall barn, pole barn, tool shed utility
17774501. Itpd 1/5 profile free. Call 216.867.6564. fcan model home. Call Mr. Lament, toll free building training track I $160,000
TERRIFIC SMOKEY MOUNTAIN HOME for LIVE TO 100T Stop arthritis pain? Stop 18003215647. The Original OLD. GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 ..f. home 4 BR, 3 full baths ft twoV.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted your vacation: 2/IVi, convenient location memory loss? You could I Oxford TIMER LOG HOMES and Supply Inc., Rt. baths. 100' on Lake Geneva, 2'/t acres with sprinkler system, sunbathing
to the Bradford County great view 2 fireplaces, cable TV, University Certified Docto.: announces. 6. 346 logue Road Mt Juliet, TN. I decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
Telegraph office In writing and paid In fully equipped Including linens. Many new European discoveries. Here I I. no 37122. fcan ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today!
advance unless
established with this credit office.Is already day excuslons close by. Reserve a place to explain, but listen day/night, AFFORDABLE AT $53.00011023 E. Call St., 3BR. I'/i both, CHSA, cable ready,

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE week now. Only 8 hours away mostly free telephone recording stove, refrlg, 1596 s.f.. approx. '/ acre lot.
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Interstate. $300/week. Photos/videos
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN available. 475-1678 1/5 602-423 0533. fcan LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT! Keystone beautiful j
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER THREI BEDROOM HOUSE Itchg In Starke Spanish-style home 3450 s f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2Vi ba, formal
THI TELEPHONE. stove refrigerator convenient to LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig FR, brick fireplace, patio, pool, ceiling fans 2 1

Classified deadline I TUESDAY NOON, shopping. $250 monthly, deposit re car garage, new roof, zoned Agri., 2 aesum. mfg. $135,000 [
prior to Thursday publication. quired. 468-1509 after 6 p.m. No pets. KEYSTONE HTSi Spacious, quiet country living, 3 BR, 2 Ba, Ig. FR, klt/DR com
Classified, displaydeadllny is TUESDAY, 2tpd 1/5-12 bo, 2000 s f.. CHSA, city water 2 septic tanks,exc. cond. Sale priced!$ 55,000 I II
5:00 P.M. Special Classified display TWO BEDROOM HOUSE In Starke, good 1 STARKE KADIATOR. & I STYLISH BRICK HOME 601 Falrlan St., 3 BR. 2 Ba, carpet, ceramic tile, CHSA.
placement Is NOT Guaranteed. location, furnished or unfurnished.Gas 0II INC appliances and blinds remain, 1,364.f. S 62,000
Minimum charge for classified ads Is heat. $200 per month, $100 TRANSMISSION. 1125 NEIL COURT 3 BR, 1 Bo. carport OWNER FINANCING I $33,000
15 words for $3.50. th.n 15 cents for deposit. 9648704. Itpd 1/5 Heater UadUtor Uopulrtp I 207 ALVAREZ CT 2 BR, 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard Reduced to $ 17,000
each word thereafter. $1 billing charge MOBILE HOME with addition. SR 16 East. ) 01 ClllJiet N.W. 29th AVEt BR, 2 ba. stucco 8 frame, 20.7 acres, CHSA $ 79,400

will classified be ad.add.d to each CHARGED References. No house petes, 1 child. 1 luaier Core Wuu Pumutt s 'Purl BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3 BR, 1 ba CB wood floors, 1185 s.f.. S acres $ 60,000

........ 9648592. Itchg 1/5 [ CONERLY ESTATES 3 BR, 2 ba, FP, 1800 s.f., easy financing $ 82.000
TWO BEDROOM. 2 bath doublewlde (FREE Cooling CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 93 ft. on water, 1 BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000

overlooking Alto Lake, dock. 468-1175, System Inspection) | GRAHAM 3/2 2.78 Ac., 1930s.f., CHSA $ 85,000
first ft last months rent $250 plus HWY. 225 2/1 frame 3 stall barn, newly rewired 2 Ac. S 32,500
YARD SALE security deposit. Itchg, 1/5 ,,.. B a t rk>4.e In Town Tu TLe ALewtl KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR. 1 Ba, 1500 s.f., wood from. $ 50,000
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE 1 1'/ bath, Comer O&I-CfllO 3Ot SH16 BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ .....000 I

SATURDAY ONLYI 105th Avenue, CHSA, screen porch, stove & refrlg. MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CHSA, so near $ 40,000 |
Children but
accepted no pets.
Lawtey (Eunice Rd.). Next to Jim's Catfish 9645356. Itchg 1/5 O l O j 2

Farm, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Itchg 1/5 CUTE EFFICIENCY APARTMENT In Call For Commercial & Lot Listings

Lowtey. $160 per month plus utilities
Deposit required. 782-3949 Itchg 1/5
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to After Hours

RENTLEASESALECOMMERCIAL your work? We have clean mobile Anne Terwlllegar Nelson . . . . . . 473-7541

homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF i ; John Langford Master AppraIser. . . . . 496-2291

BUILDING FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .''''.3160 I
paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia
Downtown Starkt. $200 monthly. Can Hotel Walnut St. by Past Of lice. TF t Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . .''''- 223 j

remodel to suit at negotiable price. THREE BEDROOM, 1'/ bath clean, dole Debra Connaughton . . . . . . . .964-2833
Phone 964-6305, John. TFjm
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to prison. Call 4681323. 6/9TF
OFFICE SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent, on i 964-4522
CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC I
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Starke at Durrance
301 Apply
Hwy
ft 9647061. 8/25TF extra, reasonable rents. PINES STARKE, FL l'
Pump Supply 496-2366, SR 121, Lake Butler. 7/14TF '
,100,SQ.FT. OFFICI BUILDING for rent.
LAWTIY APARTMENTS now taking r ttyK yEldirMl A
applications -
858 N. McMahon St." Call 9648292.
-' Store a Assistant Managers
for, 182 bedroom .apart- 1 Managers
lil'hgI2/1.\5'\ fc| kitchendrapes. 'wi, If" .,,' ; .*
000 SQ. IT.I.OFFICE:. Hwy jfol South mertwrCWaAfulry:: equipped management.,.' Sale'S"A5'SOO1ateS'' "uw*"
782.3531. New
from Wa1-Mart/KOA. $350 Opal Dicksi.S >
across Equal 9/15TF national leader In the conveniencestore
month. 964-8848. eve 473-3627. Housing Opportunity Sunshine Jr. Stores Inc.
ttf REALTOR
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12/8TF ** Vu -.. '-" .-, -- .-., ,.-.. Industry has store manager, assistant manager and
} a p sales associate positions available for qualified applicants.

Sunshine Jr. Stores Inc. offers:

Flexible full and part time schedules.
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GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (Studio) A Few of Our Many Listings I/o Company training program
Excellent starting pay based on experience and education

INSTRUCTORS RICHARD KELLOGG rd GLORIA BRYANT Retirement program

LESSONS GUITAR BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS SARATOGA HEIGHTS Medical/Life and disability
Nlc. 3 BR. 13/4 bath CH&A.
CALL 964-8210 Tue.'Yrl t t.7.*Sun-l\IoD 1 O-2 Good Euy $31,500 Advancement opportunities and morel
Experience desired but not required. Apply today at your local

Jr. store In Keystone Heights and Waldo, FL area.

*FRAME HOME ON MORGAN ROAD, excellent 2 acre with pecan tree I ,
*LEASE-PURCHASE In Starke, 3/1'/' CB only $34.000. '
OVER 300 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting ,, '
@IR .
1 mile to Country Club 2 mile to Starke. Only $1500 per acre ]] ,
*13 ACRES HIGH ft DRY pecan trees well 8 septic, $29,000. (Free M.H.) j '
1 .r d COUNTRY CLUB brick, over 1900 s..., formal living ft dining room, An Equ'al Opportunity Employe-r'

family room rac room or extra bedroom 2'/i baths,

Jenn-Air range refrigerator
CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 s f., 100x300 lot, $56,000.
*CROSBY LAKE CANAL 100x192 wooded lot mobile home approved.IN Classifieds Get Results!

STARKE 3/1 frame, good condition $22,500.
*37 ACRES of excellent land, many fruit trees. Fleetwood doublewlde.
WOULD YOU BELIEVE! 65 plus acre for only $1500 per acre. Front hwy.
ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDE on 40 acre, good land. 85000. I

*BRICK 4 BR, 1 'A ba Raiford area on three acre .
rn. . .
Q *POULTRY FARM ft RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped on 8 acre, Starke. .

President LAND! 35 ACRES on paved road, nice property, owner financing.
Susan' M. Faulkner GRI CRB
HOUSING REALTOR t *NEAT ft CLEAN: large Bedroom Ig. bath new kitchen cabinet, only 15500. Accelerated 1RealtyfrE
EQUAL HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acre, 2300 s f. ..

ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. COMMERCIALJones

Craft & Gift Shop '

Located Hwy. 301 ,2 blks. S.: of SA 100. 221 W. Lafayette St. Specializing crafts, craft supplies & gifts E 9644544Hwy.

High! Traffic Area
I *COUNTRY LIVING: just outside city limits 8 ocr.... F

I I' THREE GOOD BEDROOM INVESTMENT 2 bath Duplex, brick In town.$45,000. RENTAL: 2 BR, IBo, Stove & Refrlg, $275. 301 S. lIB I :

IMMACULATE CUSTOM HOME acres, next to golf course. I nUlL WHIM' Starke, Fl.
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*SIX ACRES IN TOWN on 100 E. Good Investment property. Call Us About

IROOKER AREAl 41 acres, let of paved rd. frontage. *LAKE LOTS *HOMES ACREAGE ,/ Homes/ Lots S Acrcage / Waterfront ,
*GEIGER ROAD cute, 2 BR, 1 bath home Ideal for retired or young couple .
Under $30,000.. *BUILDING LOTS COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESWe It/ Farms / Commercial

100 FT. ON CROSBY LAKE Southslde, 1.08 acres, restricted area. Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings
I 'ALTON ROAD Custom doublewlde mobile home, b.aulilulinground. pool,

workshop, many extra., almost 1 acre. : I r j FISH All YEAR ROUND .':3 BR/281/2BA Two-Story log Home on Water
*SAMPSON LAKE: would sell lot or put package together with house. Call for CHSA Stove; Refri ft Dishwasher 3000 SF, Large Ettcln'.ed Garage, Well.(

details.. L Lot. ,
Large
'KINGSLEY LAKE AREA 1 beautiful acre, large oak trees lIaR cottage. MATHEWS PEACE Septic ft QUIET 2 BR/2BA CB Home Large Living.Dining Room. Family

Under 30000. ( ;REALM I Room, Kitchen w/Breakfost Nook, CHI A, Enclosed Garage, W.118 Septic.
home and 5760 s.f. of office and [9' .
*HWY.301 SOUTH: 3 BR, 2 bath brick veneer : 3 Acr. .
,t storage space with 9 acres of land. I MEMBER 964-4469 REALTOR DO YOU NEED A SMALL HOUSE Move this 2 BR/IBA Frame,In Good Con-
BUILDING LOT on Christian St., wooded. Refrl $5.700.IN .
*100x100 the New Location. Has Stove ft
. ONE ACRI with 3 BR, 2 ba, needs some work, block ft stucco, only $31,000. I ,When Mlllng real estate, why settle for telling the whole town when you can leU whore world'? dltlon THI to CITY a 2 BR/IBA Frame Home AC, Space Heater, Large Screened

MIMOSA DRIVE 3 BR, 2 Ba, formal living ft dining area, 150x194 lot, Listing Agent for VA Acquired Properties 'Area I & II Porch. 112x310 lot, 29700. 0 '
beautiful Inground pool nice landscaping, 2295 s.f.PINWOOD J LAWTEY 4 BR/IBA From., large Living ft Dining Rooms Porches all
DRIVE 4 BR, 2 bo.fenced yard over 1500 s.f., kitchen equip. MOBILE HOMES City one acre on Laura St.,rqpm for I around 100x420 Lot w/Shade Trees, City Water. Septic Tank.
peel. Low $S0s. .1987 CONCORD 3 BR, 2% ba, has Several residential. I 9.8 ACRES OF PRIVACY.2 BR/1 BA Mobile Home In Good Condition Well ft
APINEHAVCN BR, 1 bath CB, has new Insulated window., new roof, fenced extra lot with wood frame house, city City SR 100: 3.5 acre, potential '
Septic.
; backyard. Prke reduced 'to $25,000. I utilities commercial development area. WANT TO REMODEL A HOME Large Two.Story 3 BR/2BA CB ft Frame
*LAWTIY ARIA 9 3/4 acre. $14,000. 0 1971 New Moon 12x60 with opprox. HOMES ft ACREAGE Room.W/Fireploce. Large lot.
REDUCED nice building lot or put mobile home has well, septic ft utility, j 10 acres, North of Lowtey, 105th Ave. Gelger Rd. 2100 s.f. brick venee, ,f tat Living Dining

Lawtey area only 6700. .' -IMS Fleetwood 52x26, 3 BR, 2 Ba, approx.. 10 acres 4 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA, SELECftU PROPERTIES
*l 3/4 ACRES between Starke and Lake Butler 3 BR, 1 ba CB home has 370 ; CHI A, 1 acre near Bedford lake. city water ft gas, front porch with swing .... ACRES Power pole ft well. Owner financing. Small down payment.
frontage on rW 100. 49900. ._ HOMES attchmt, sunken living room,' 1 3.7 ACRES Two-Story Bldg w/LMng Area Upstairs. 6400 SF. Hwy 301N.
BETWEEN STARKE KEYSTONE 1 nice acre with well, septic, light poles ft .FmHA Homes.Two family room with Ig. brick fireplace, :n ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove ft, Refrl.. 2 Well..Septic.! Planted
utility building. Priced to sell Bedrooms, 1 bath, nice lot;. formal dlnlig: room central vac
f3*HWY 16 E: 3 ocre, hat old well septic. t 13000. system, new carpet. Price reduced-* UjVcRES Will Divide, Owner Financing Good Term Brooker.
Celley Rd. 3BR, I Bo. brick veneer, Owner anxious to ..111 10 ACRES Will Divide, Pecan Grove Well ft Septic Owner Financing.

j Call One of Our Professionally I CHftA, Ig. chain link fence yard. Union Ctyi 135 acre, 2700 sq.ft. :3 ACRES Good Commercial Location. Hwy. 16W.
.3,. Clair St.i 2 BR, 1 Ba CHaA, with brick home. 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.

Trained Staff Today....964-5069 I large family room. BUILDING LOTS I ACRES Hwy. 301 South. .
LAND Llttte lake 5ente Fet 100x160 ft. lot ONf-HAlF ACRI Zoned for Mobile Home.
S.R. 100 A; Two 6.77 acre parcels. new ..,tic tank approved for well, LAKE GENEVALarge Lot 100 ft. on Water
I After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: OH S01 N.wooded 8.50 ac, w/well power source lariat. I LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson Owner Financing.

e Ir.n. L. .r..964-S142 ft septiclawtey Twe Story Houseery nice. | LARGE ARIA OF LAND Northeast Section of City.
: 18 acre with 600 ft. Hwy ,
Godwln..... 61.2503 Remodeled recently pointed. Zoned'
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CARS TRUCKS. VANS MOBILE HOMES
HELP WANTED _RENTALS_ MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL SERVICES

ATTENTIONi GOVERNMENT SEIZED 1 BR COTTAGE near library furnished NEED CASH FAST We pay cash for furniture Call FOR SALE
ATTENTION Government jobs, VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes, AC. $240 mo. Lake privileges. 'jewelry glassware, tool, BABYSITTING 1 p.m. to 1 .o.m.
your area. $17,840-$69.489. Call Corvettes, Chevy Surplus Buyers 473-4961.. 1/5 tfnchg household Hem a |lust about anything. 496-3403. Age. Infants to 10 yuan. 18 FLEETWOOD Three bedroom 2
602.838.8885 ext. R3493. 4tpd Guide. 1-602-838-8889 ext. A 11006. ON LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 Give u* a call at 473-2183 or come by 1 tchg.l/5 Weekdays bath with air.$207.05 per month.Only
Icon HOUSE horn
12/22-1/12 Bedroom, 1'A bath, large living room Tuesday-Saturday. 105. Pack Rat Hwy CLEANING In your 1/12 9 left. Call today. North Florida Housing
ATTENTION HIRINGI Government jobs, 110 VW RABBIT dinette, family room kitchen equipped 100 Keystone Height 1/5 tfnchgCARSTRUCKSBOATS only. Call 496-3836.1/9 2tpd. U.S. 41, North, Lake City Call
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your area. Many Immediate openings door dlesel. overhead fans, air conditioned 752.8627. Itchg. 1/9
without waiting list or test. $17,840 4681505. TFrw hardwood floors, laundry a dock NORTH FLORIDA HOUSING-SPECIAL OP
$69,489. Call 1-602-838-B889 ext. GOOD 400 FORD ENGINE $250 080. facilities. $375 month, $375 deposit. THI WEEK 24x44 Three bedroom. 2
R11006.Icon 964-2227. 2tpd 12/29-1/9 473-2919 1/5 tfnchg REAL ESTATE bath Fleetwood. Eagle Trace Only
NEED EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME 1976 COKVETTEi with t-top. 7000. ON LAKE GENEVA Efficiency studio 17 CHEVY CORSICA like brand n.w, $173 per month. North Florida Hous
JOB' Sell Avon. For Information call 964-9812. TFc apartment, furnished laundry and low mileage, silver with burgundy Interior I-3-S-10-M ACRES or larger for ale. ing. U.S. 41. North and U.S. 90 West
Ramona 7823068. 12/29TF 180 FORD Fairmont Station Wagon. For dock facilities. Utilities furnished. $275 loaded. Asking $8500 080. Call New two bedroom 2 bath doublewlde Lake City CAII 792-8627 or 755-5207.
TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature sale by owner. 468-1399. Itpd 1/5 monthly plus $275 deposit. 4732919. 377-4321 or evening 4737255. Ask for on on. or mar acre Call .496-3939 Itchg. 1/5
person now In Stark.area. Regardless TAKE OVER PAYMENTS! 1985 Toyota PU. 1/9 tfnchg. Candy. Itchg 15HOMES days. .454-1393 evening tfn/chg. OVER MOO. ELEGANT SQ. FT. OF LIVING
of experience, writ T.R. Hopkins, Box 39.000 mile*. $189 month for 28 month MELROSE AREA 3 bedroom mobile 12/8 AREA Only $300. per month. North
711, Ft. Worth Tx. 76101. 2tpd *. 1 owner. Must see very sporty. horn, furbished with porch. FOR SALE NOTHING DOWN 48 acre farm with Florida Housing U.S. 41. North and
12/29.1/5 964-4099.. 4tchg 1/9-26 1-684-6634. 3tpd 12/22-l/S 30-- producing acre at Worthington U.S. 90 West Lake City, Call 752.8627
FLEET MANAGER total responsibility of 184 BONNEVILLE BROUGHt Loaded RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY New FOR SALI OR RENT Lake Hutchinson Spring Has 95 year old haul In poor or 7555207. Itehg. 1/5
90-100 vehicles. Salary plus comprehensive good condition. 9646767. Itchg 1/9 mobile home 3 BR/2 BA. Call Bob Keyttone Heights. 3 BR. 3 BA living condition want good family with decent SUPER SAVER HOME 14x70. Two
benefit package. Apply In 473-7979. 4tchg 12/22-1/12 room overlook lake. Office, income that It willing to repair bedroom 2 bath $199 per month.
person 9-4, Monday-Friday. Griffin Industries LAKE FRONT MOBILE HOME near workshop garage, kitchen hat all appliances and maybe renovate the house with North Florida Housing, U.S. 41, North
Hwy. 221 Hampton. Itchg 1/5 Keystone. 2 BR/2 BA heat and air, washer a dryer In utility what would normally be thr down lake City Call 752-8637. Itchg. 1/5
EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAVI Assemble HOMES patio. 4734186. 2tchg 12/29-1/9 room. Rent or purchase. $685 per payment and loan cost. If this could b*
products at home. Call for Informa FOR SALE ON DEER SPRINGS LAKE 2/1. large month.Available F.I). 1989. Brian Gorman your dream place and you can satisfy
tion. 5046418003. Ext. 9579. 2tpd screened porch. $299 month. No pets. 4065876357. 9tpd 13/1-1/26 m*. I will b* your bank. Call John FOR RENT
1/5-12 473-2252. Itpd 1/5 COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS FINEST 2 tory 376-9797 or 376-4201. 12/15 4tchg. 1/5
OFFICE HELP WANTED full time positionfor GOOD NEIGHBORHOODI 3 Bit 1'/ ba MOBILE HOME FOR RENT-Cowp.n Lak. Ranch style home, located between
organized dependable, mature concrete block with CH ft AC, on W. 2 BR/1 BA, CH/A furnished large kit. Stark. and Lawtey. Lot of storage FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM 1 BATH HOME War.
adult willing to work 7:30: a.m.-4 p.m. Pratt St. $35,500.RALPH chen.473-2427. Itchg 1/9 pace, fireplace, pecan a fruit tree, thlngton Springs. $200. per month. .
last
First and
G.n.ral office duties, light typing BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 SILVER LAKE Nice cottage 1 BR, room for your cattle and more. 15 plus month rent In advance
FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN--With 3 'FRUIT PLANTS at Martin's Fruit Farm. Ft. Call "496-3509 or 496-2995. 12/22 4tpd.
math knowledge helpful.' Salary commensurate fireplace heat/air larg. lot. 473-2440. acre*. Call Plantana Realty Inc.
with ability. Apply In person Bedroom 2 Bath from., only $39,000 Itpd 1/9 284-2617. Itchg 15FOR Whit. BARE ROOT Apple :r-- ::*- 1/12
or send resume to Vogue Mfg., 710S. RALPH BRYAN REALTY,964-8878 TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSE nctarlnos plums, pear, and figs." $3. MINI STORAGE 9x9. $15; 9x10 $20;
Water St.. Starke Fl. 32091. REPAIR EXISTING HOME and build on. across from LBMS. $225 monthly SALE CONTAINER GROWN Apples And 10x10 .$30 Call per month plus $20d.pa.lt.
964-9064. Itchg 1/5 more horn* on this 2V4 lot, $19,000, Avallabl. 12/19. For Info call 964-8602 pearl. $6. Blueberries and graps $3. tfnchg. 12/22 496-3939 or 462-3068.
HELPER-CARPET INSTALLATION little after 6 Japanese persimmon $12. OPEN
$3,000 down, owner term. p.m. |Imm
SINGER AUTOMATIC Make buttonholes TWO BEDROOM 12x73 and
3 bedroom 1
Mon.-Sat. Clod Sunday 497-2621.
experience. own transportation.Carlton 904-372-6881. 9tpd 12/8-1/9 TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE 1%
decorative and 1/2 bath. Raiford
pattern much area. $i75, plus
1/26
Williams, 782.3836.arly LARGE THREE baths, attached 1/54tpd.
mornIng baths
BEDROOM 1 / cement garage with washer &
more. Cot $689 will sacrifice deposits. HUD
$150.
late night. Itpd 1/5 block house In Stark dryer Stove i PIANO FOR SALI Wanted: Responsible recipients welcome.
AC CH hookup. refrlg., 4737862. 1/5 tfnchg Call 431-1714 after
4:30
WILL BE TAKING APPLICATIONS DAILY flr.plac.. 10% down. 33600. dishwasher furnished; across from party to take on small monthly p.m., keep
USED SEWING MACHINES $50 and trying. tfnchg. 12/29
between the hours of 2.5 p.m. for 1-726-7691 after 5 p.m. 12/22TF Elem. School. 473-3681. 1/5TF up. payments on piano. See locally. Call
and Straight Mitch ilg log automatic. CallSwindell Manager at 1(800)639-7611( ) anytime.
various positions In food srvic TWO HOUSES In Lake Butler one 2 BR,
housekeeping. Must be 18 years of anne 1 BR. 964-8449.. 12/29-1/19 473-7862. 1/5 tfnchg 12/29 3tchg. 112IIEFIlIGERATOR NOTICE
age experience helpful but not MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE Nor,. dryer $100 or trade I Freezer washer and
Apply In only. No for good waiher.473-4411. Ak for LIz. dryer. Call 4962090. 12/29 2tchg. 1/5
necessary. person
CLASSIFIED
phon.calls.Troll Motel Lawt.y. 2tchg 1/5.12 6X8 pressure treated deck. Many. FOR SALE Wanted: Responsibleparty good condition. $600 or best offer to the Union County Times office
HOMEWORK spar time. Paint lovely WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA tra. Tak. over payment Call Jim to take on mall monthly Call 4311269. 1/5 Itpd. unless In writing and paid In advance
credit
Is already establishedwith
473-6049.2tpd 1/5-12 payment on piano. See locally. Call
folk art building shapes which form toy Please write P. O. Drawer 280, Stark., this office.
village of houses, library town hall Fla. 32091 4/7TF Manager 15.19RIDING at 800-635-7611 anytime.3tpd HELP WANTED THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
etc. No experience necessary; have WILL BUY ONI OR MORE utility WANTED'ROOM RESPONSIBLE FOR
SNAPPER lawn MISTAKES IN '.
mower 36"cut, :
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entire family help you.We pay you$20 trallerloods of cow manure 964.0594. CLASSIFIEDS .
WHEN AD IS TAKEN
OVER
for each set of 11 toys painted accor- good condition extra blade and I CLERIAL HELP Need someone In Union
Itpd 1/9 MATES WANTED to share 3 THE TELEPHONE.
ding to Instructions and reimburse wheel, $275 OBO; Ward' mortar concrete County who can help run small office
your bedroom house in Keystone. $150 mo. mixer with 1 HP electric Classified deadline I I. MONDAY, 5
Dalton and type 40 Approx.32 hour
shipping costs. S.nd us 9 sets weekly wpm. per
plus utilities9642323. ask for Lori. P.M.
earn $100. Send us 10 sets weekly geta SCHOOLSUNITED good condition, $173 OBO. 1-659-2779 week. Call 964-6309 for Information. prior to Thursday publication.
check for $200. Our hom.work 2tchg 12/79-1. Itchg 1/5 tfn. 1/5 Minimum charge 15 words for$3.90
17 FT. MOHAWK CANOE Flberglo then 15 cents for each word th.reaft.r.MISCELLANEOUS .
starter packag.Includes all the objects TRUCK
Truck
In the toy village and color scheme for Training D.O.T.MASTER. Driver YARD SALES Great boat for enjoyable family .
each part. To register Into program. placement assistance certification, financial aid lob outing Good condition. $150. Call HOMES FOR SALE
send your nom., address and $20 available. corrpondnc/reldent GARAGE SALI Saturday-net before 8 473-3756 alter 6 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg .
registration fee (refunded second a.m. Desk end tables, table
on dining ,
accredited
training member NHSC. GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
set of painted toy you send us) to: Call toll-free other miscellaneous Items In good con HELP WANTED ITS
A PACT
18003463112.' Headquarters repair) Delinquent tax property.Repossessions. Pecans tree bare better
Daniel Rowan 3 Golf Center Suite dition. 8100 Gustafson Rd.,
: Clearwoter Florida, lean Keystone Call
1(809)687-6000( ) without moss Call 454-2870 between
368-9338.15NOW Hoffman Estates IL 60195. Height 1/9 473-0120 for direction Itchg TEXAS REFINERY CORP. need mature ext. OH-1136 for current repo list. 6 and 9 p.m., for free ettlmote. 12/22
Itpd person now In Keystone Height area. 11/178tpd. 15R. 4tpd. .
112SID'S
Regardless of experience, write T.R. BARGAINS
REAL: ESTATE NOTICE Hopkins, Box 711, Fort Worth TX 40 E. Main Lake Butler Used Furniture,

RENTING OUT OF AREA 76101. 2tpd 12/29-1/5 TV's, appliances, accessories. Open
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted HAIR STYLIST needed with 2 year ..- t. V. DURRANCE, Thursday-Sunday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
1 & 2 Bedroom to the Lake Region Monitor office .perlence preferred. Call for Interview I Itpd. 1/5
OCALA NATIONAL. FOREST Wooded In writing and paid In advance Shear Perfection 473-7323. 2tchg
ApartmentsUnder lots, river access, $5450 Each. Nomon.v unless credit I I. already establishedwith 12/29-1/5 PUMP\ &.SUPPLY I
down, $69.41 monthly. Owner this office.MONITOR OET PAID for reading books! $100 per ,
New Management 1-236-4979 or 16222438. 1/7TF STAFF CANNOT BE HELD title. Write: PASE- J1743. 161 S. Lin-
Wall to Wall Carpet ALABAMA SOUTHEAST acres, hardwood RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN colnway, N. Aurora. IL 60542. 4tpd Well' Drilling NOTICE!1---
timber, 50 plus trees, 1/4 '
e Energy Efficient mile read frontage pecan HUNTING '" THE CLASSIFIEDS TELEPHONE WHEN: AIJA ih15EH OVFrR ).1/5-26...... WORKS: p1m.id 'to''1it wlthelderly ; -._-

Central location Between $47.300. SOUTHERN PROPERTIES Bar. Classified deadline I I. 11:.00 a.m.Tuesday clients on an on-call basis. Con Rotary 2" to 6" e You Receive Payments On.
Starke and Gainesville ron Strotner, Broker P.O. Box 799 prior to Thursday publication. tact Clay County Council on Aging. Mortgage or Agreement for Deed?
F.M.HJV. Subsidized Troy Ala. 36081 209-966-1870 Minimum charge 15 words for$3.90 ..73-2112.xt. 940. E.O.E. 2tchg 1/9-12 .PumpsAll e Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL .
Equal Housing OpportunityFOR 209-739-2442 evening. fcon then 15 cent for each word thereafter Cash Now?

MORE INFORMATION HOMES FOR SALETO All size Call Fred Farnsworth.' for Details'18OO5484991 I
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SS-1871 WALDO LOSTFOUNDDAISY LOST/FOUND WHOM MAY CONCERN I, Dale G. i
Stark, Sr., will not be responsible for Lie.Mtg. Broker Inverness. FL i
468-2777 VILLAS gray white tan wire-haired terrier FOUNDS small boat Keystone area. debts Incurred by anyone other than
disappeared from Semlnole St., Describe to claim. Call 4732566. Itchg myself after December 31, 1988. 4tpd
Klngsley Lake on Jan. 1. Picas call 1/5 1/9-26
5332521. Itpd 1/5 You CAN Afford to Buy; or

.. BuDd a Hornet Let us assist
AFFORDABle) No Down Payment SERVICESSEWING OUR SHOWROOMFor you In obtaining a Farmers

Handl-House MACHINES CLEANED and Your Plumbing Purrs Home Loan. '
7..H.E.. ,
Apartments v Hox Pa l ce e (:&C Mini-Storage adjust tension In your home. Special MUST SEE TODAY: I
$14.99.' Repair all brands. Work
922!B.Brownie St. SO Garages 964-8848 guaranteed. 4737862. 1/5 tfnchg 964-7061 S BR. 1 1/2 BAOnly2

Camp IQm-nMng. ,. Greenhouses CHILD CARE Mother. of 3 year old whone.d. 864 N. Tompl Av.., Stark Trs. Old. One Block I
Excellent .
Starke FL 32091 playmate. car
a Storage Bldgs. "7308045.2tchgl512KHAUA from High School I

964-7133 301 HANDYMAN SERVICE All Nights ft Weekends
S.Across ,r ham. repair and maintenance service* PLANTANA REALTY
s 9M-7578
From. for home. $9 per hour. 473-3760. Itpd !
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3&3BR ,R5S7Walmart 1/5 284-2617

familyoriented DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING
,with HOUSE OUT OP LEVEL Call
LaRue Leveling Service for all -
laundry your
foundation e Now Leasing .
repair Keystone,
and.e'. 2 73-7721.7/9TF

playground I :;iI r-6- = I Forest Park Apartments

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Low Income .. '
An apartment complex designed for moderate
See. 8. Housing Income tactile No rental assistance available.
Rents for JOB of Your f0 l0CfCa Z HERITAGE) VILLAS AttracUve 1 & 2 BR/1 BA apts.. range.rerfJZendor. S :.
Income If ( ,.carpet, central heat & air patio
you OualtfyBradford and laundry. Free water, sewer&t garbage.Rent
607 Bradford Court In Starke $185- S22O minimum.Two complete

handicapped apartments ..v1a1able.1I'o .
Applications for Immediate occupancy are being acceptedon
Village Apartments I 1 &2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220 Information /Application .""* "...;... .

plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available. .....t'Uk Apartments 775 Ml 1st 13utreet.Lake Butler FI 32084
1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments (904)496-3433 KJLO.
Rental information and applications are available at the
305 W.Washington Street. .
Rental Office 607 Bradford Court Starke
Pres.ntAvaThibl..: I

Two -1 Bedroom beginning at $200. per month, on. pet allowed. ., ., .' ..' Y''Y LAKE BUTLER flPflRTlTlEnTS

Will consider HUD Section 8 applicants <<. ...1t"?? CzAL. : ONE MONTHS FnE& RENT > : ,
Now taking application for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units.These dielectric -
964-8601 Ito .
qualified applicants with one year's lease. unit are spacious with lots of choset space and all have
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<..mss<'.'.;,;.Occupying. by,January.31,1989. ,', / wall-to-wall/ carpet drapes,and kitchen appliances. On-slte laundry
facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants./

YOU HOOK YOU COOKI 1 Equal
I Call 964-6216 For application and Information
r-T Housing .
Hand-fed Channel CadisJi''I'I Mon.-FrL 0-6:30 p.m.; """* Opportunity 1005 Please SW see 6th Street us at E1

'Triple H Fish Farm Lake Butler.FL 32054 .- --.
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CALL 964-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN.TO PUBLIC or Cal 4963141 eppIIIt,

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PINE FOREST APARTMENTSNow


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Applications

2 & 3 BR Accepting Apartments Starting at $195 : ..QSi.IE: : : / ; :ay; ,<).WNER''

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'CH/A Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready e One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots.$3.50O and Up

e New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham.......$40.00O

e 200 Acres nearTheresaa.$1.000 acre _
1530 W. Maddision Street If.) I HOUSING EQUAL e Beautiful lake total On paved road In Hawthorne $25.OOO and Up
Starke 964-6312 :
OPPORTUNfIYt e Building Lot In Smokerlse Subdivision..Keystone $5OOO

Elixson Wood Products Inc.. Mon.-FrL 9-5 PM e 2 Lots and Mobile Home..Kcystone....22.500
2.000 SQ. Ft Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale $4OO/Mo


Cypress 'Mulch e Pine Bark e FOR 2 Homes RENT'2 miles north of Starke T 3 BR. 1 BA. completely Amish
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$500Moe

Ocala National Forest hunting & fishing retreat on I
You Pick Up or We Deliver I Rodman Z aeiwlr._$25,000 .
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BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY'Ronr.d
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I LStarke Area Ads ]] Servicemen'PO Completes Raymond Course Brown' S, '


Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ray-
mond E.Brown son of Danny J.and Announcing Opening
ANIMALS ft PETS PERSONAL SERVICESWANT FOR SALE Jeanie M. Rollison of Lake Butler
FOR SALE has completed the Advanced FirsTerm

_. TO DRINK. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as Avionics (aviation elec- '. Gainesville Mortgage Co.
FULL BLOODED MD PIMP LI CHOW plus THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS I 114.99 tronics) course. )
month. Call 9646946. TF
acc..orl.' .. '100 FUxibl 9644526. WANT TO STOP NIWSPAPIR per PLATES aluminum, During the 2ft-week course at the Starke Branch
12/29TF THAT OURS I Naval
measures 2436" $.90 .ach. Great for Air Technical Training
LOOKING POI GOOD HOMI FOR fr.. Alcoholics Anonymous patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 Center In Millington. Tenn., Brown
full-blood Himalayan d.clow.d, 14,4150 or 14.161. W. Call St. 964.1>305. TF studied airborne communications i';
Home for
friendly perfect lor pd thru 1/29 Mortgages Purchase
breeding, housecot fire
CHAIN LINK ALICIA HAY In roll.und.r barn.Delivery control systems and antisubmarine
with FENCE
Installed. Fr.
Ircbg 1/5 pop.r.64.4137 aft.8 p.m. ..,Imo'", HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.. available. Arthur Catkins, 7823727. warfare systems. In ad- Construction, Refinance, Offering Con v.,
S/26TF dition
to the
Owner technology of) these
Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF
BULLDOZER WORK $40 hour. OAK WOOD PORSAlEi 533-2474.9/29TF systems, he studied mathematics, FHA & VA Loans.
BOATS 7823306. If no answer,782.3954I.av.per PLACI YOUR ORDER FOR CHANNEL CATFISH physics, electronic theory and the
name and number. 8/25TF or catch your own. $1.50 lb..$1.75 operation principles of digital and
177 16 FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT walk WELL DRilLING PUMPS SERVICE Dor- dressed. Also llngerllngs for stocking analog computers.A Located on US 301 S.
through w/., 55 Evlnrude engine, with ranc. Pump a Supply Co., Water ponds. For more Info 964.6471, Hwy 1987 graduate of Union County Harold K. Pavis Longchamp Homes Bldg.
trailer. 4681505. TFrw Systems Specialists, 864 N. T.mpl. 100 South b.hlnd Pine Tr. Inn. High School he joined the Navy in @ P.O. Box 568 .
EVINRUOI OUTBOARDS n.w Evlnrude Ave.. US 301. Stark., FI32091. 9/8TF 12/22TF August, 1987. Lice Mtg. Broker ;
outboard a trolling motors, In box, SU-IL RETIREMENT HOME Day w..k, COMPLETE BABY BED with mattress and r .w+.N-Msl__. Phone 964-3789 ,
1988 i 89 models, d.al.r Invoice, long term stay. 4682619. 11/17TF springs Brand n.w, never b..n used. Hughes Brothers fir, < vie
100% financing available. CBM Sales, SEWING MACHINES All makes and Cost $200. Selling for $85. 9643391. Receive Promotions
1-800-544-2850 5 days 8 am.5 mod.l. cleaned, oiled, and adjusted, 2tchg 12/29-1/9 .
fcan p.m. $15. 19 years experience. All work DO YOU HAVE ARTHRITIS Seat lift HOWARD C. HUGHES has been
guaranteed. Hwy. 233 A 16 (MorganRd. chair. ovallabU through Medicare If promoted in the U.S. Navy to the
.). Call 964.8733 for hou. call. you qualify. For more Information call rank of 2nd Class Petty Officer.
11/10TF foil free 18004582138. fcan Hughes is a Radioman on the USS
HANDYMAN knowl.dg.abl., hard IBM SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER recondition Mahan,stationed in Charleston, S.C.
working and reasonable. 9642531. .d, $165. Call 964-7929. 2tchg He joined the Navy in May. 1986 and
2tchg 12/29.1/5 12/29.1/5 is the son of Roger & Joni Hughes
Will DO HOUSECLEANING any day of RIDING LAWN MOWER 9 hp good con and the brother of Jason Hughes of
flfl the w..k. Call 9643440. 2tchg dition. Also AM/FM stereo record Starke.R. .
12/29-1/9 player, good condition $25. Call DANIEL HUGHES Has been
LOSE THOSE HOLIDAY POUNDS with 7823525. Itchg 1/5 promoted in the U.S. Navy to the
Train to be a CalBan 3000. Th. w.lght reducing aid SEVERAL dresser ITEMS antique twin beds and rank of 3rd Class Petty Officer. 4.
vanity with folding mirrors,
as seen on TV. Call distributor at
';I.'k' Et .A EN1; 473-3688 for fast delivery. 2tchg $200. Refrlg. side by .Id., good cI"dl.tlon. Hughes is an Interior Communication
Westlnghouse, $75 Electrician, stationed at Key
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'tOVRi i UIDE 12/29.1/5 West. Ig i ;;;3
Wl MOVE MOBILE HOMES stove $60. 473.0576.Itchg 1/5 Salk Aluminum
I' : UUiN, C' 964.3600.1/5TF BABY BED with mattreis and bump.r The son of Roger & Joni Hughes
,"E fE't' RITE WAY ROOFING n.w roof., mobile pad. Good condlton. $50. Call and the brother of Jason Daniel ITh
l"i fO'N. sr & Const. Inc.
homes, re-roofs, leaks fixed. Fr.. 964-3167 alter 6 p.m. 2tpd 1/5.12 joined the Navy in August 1987. ,
Start locally fun time/part time.: ..'Ima'... 964.3392 or 9642976. Itpd 420 STACK CHAIRS, $1 each or half price Serving Melrote, Keystone A Starko areas
for all.Also, floor
Train on live airline computers. 1/5 cleaning equipment,
Home study and Resident Training. K A K ClEANING SERVICE Commercialand vaccums, scrubbers polishers, .,c. Florida County Maps SIne. I97S'
Nat Hdqtrs..Pompano Bch Fla. business personal ..rvlc... Ricks Salvag., 9645184. Itpd 1/5. All In One BookThe SCREEN PORCHES.PATIO COVERS
FTNANCTAE AID AVAILABLE References available, 9644908. 8/18.. MANTIS CULTIVATOR EDGER uted .POOL ENCLOSURES CARPORTS
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A $9ir NEW ITEMS doori have 16 doors Uft. travel and find the opportunities it .ROOFOVERS. SWIMMING POOLS

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Vi Inch video tope recorder; super 8 become a necessity.A :":';";t B II F = QUALITY
BAH movl. cam.ra; :5000 watt ESTIMATES SAKE
MONNA NUGENT generator; GE FF refrigerator; new county map book is currently CALL
eu. Realtor-Aaaoe. lawn mow.r, ..If propelled; Jacuzzi available All 67 large scale maps- ( IlO\ SAlK
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100 ACRES six room house and barn. 'King Kong"Bundy. -.
$10.500.00 21900.00 2untry rHeavyweight
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'79 Chrysler Cordoba 2-360K disk, drives, standard. '
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power supply'lor tutors expandibiliiy,
LOTS OF SPACE In this four bedroom and three full bath '84"Renault Alliance o cost Free mended I year, limited' coverage: warranty'will optional low i '
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lot 210'x210'. Owner very negotiable. The Complete Package: :
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SKIRTED DOUBLEWIDE screened porch on 1/2 acre now '
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only Dodge
priced .
ATI"Skill Builds' Executive Yl rll.r"Exacuttvs
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from the Bradford' County Head from the crash uninjured.The .
Four Treated Sammie Lee Mann & Linda Kay Powell. Joseph McKenna&Rose Richard-
Start on Pine Street in Starke,accor- crash site just east of Blan Willie Jenkins &Lillian Jenkins. son McKenna. .
Mann.
For :Minor InjuriesIn ding to Patrolman Mack Short. The ding Blvd in Clay County (south of
Mcintosh &
Sharon Chris Mcln-
Sunday Accident theft was discovered when the staff SR-16) has been roped off. An official
tosh. Tennis
reported to work Jan. 3. Accordingto from the Miami office of The Samuel Hunter &Rosalee Brock- Winning Instruction(
Four people were treated for the report, they really had to Federal Aviation Administrationwill
Hunter. OR learn with friend for $5 each.
minor injuries in a Lawtey accident scrape to feed the children.A investigate the accident, said Ington $10 per hour a
Sunday at noon. possible suspect is being Wilson. Diana Richard Williams.Alan Williams & Joyce Call Mark ot 413.4380 or 964-630,
A 1988 Ford,driven by Sylvia Lynn developed as the investigation con- The plane,a Cessna 175,was built KHHS team members.
Robert Charles Seabaugh&Gwen Current students Include
Thornton, 18, of Starke was turning tinues,said Short. in 1958.
n left through the crossover on dolyn Sussette Seabaugh. -- -
failed to yield the right of way andstruck Ronnie C. Long & Barbara Irene
a southbound 1988 Pontiac, No InjuriesIn Divorces GrantedIn Long. FOREMOSTPRICE..WIS
according to Trooper W.B.Abrams. Plane CrashNo Bradford Brent Wilson & Deborah Jean 1'.R".J, Sale
Doris Marie CountyThe Wilson. "J.
Driver of the Pontiac 4( Prices
Moog attempted to avoid the collision one was injured when a four- following Fred Carlton Johns, Jr. & Terri[ .l j
marriages r.
crashed into bed were Johns. ,. \ combine to braWl uan Good
but her vehicle was struck passenger plane a dissolved in Bradford County during Lynn I .
broadside in the southbound right of trees In Camp Blanding the month of December. Billy J. Reid&Joan E. Reid. PRICES! Thru
turn lane,said Abrams.Moog,68,of Christmas Eve according to Lt. Robert Earl Powell&Lorena Sue .I JLOWER Jen.11L.
Baltimore and passenger George Wilson o;the Clay County Sheriff's .
Moog, Thornton and passenger Office. ..
Richard Mills were all transportedto The pilot,Vernoy Jolley of Starke, OPEN: Mon-Sat.9 am2 am Sun. I pm-II pm
Bradford Hospital with minor in- radioed that he was having engine
juries,according to Paramedic Bill trouble at 11:55: a.m.,approximatelya .
O'Neal. half hour after taking off from the GRFFIS cas: GEORGE SEAGRAMS RON RICO
Damage to the Pontiac was Keystone Heights Airport. When no
$15,000, said Abrams. 'further word was heard, a search DICKEL V.0. RUM
Thornton was charged with the Ac plane was sent and the Fresh Water
cident. Fish and Game Commission was
contacted to search the area.
School Food Stolen Gainesville airport finally Serving North Florida Since 1941
established contact and reported the
During Holiday Break plane was 200 yards south of SR-16 ANNOUNCES OUR 8 99 6997SO
Starke Police are investigating the Camp Blanding in the woods. 899
reported burglary of food supplies The 55-year-old pilot said they PROPANE GAS HOMEOWNERS
from the Head Start Program. were headed back when the engine 7SO 7SO
Meat staple food items andperishables began to sputter and eventually
valued over $300 were stopped. Jolley and sons, Rodney, SPECIAL!
taken during the holiday vacation 26, and Michael, 22, walked away
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