Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01532
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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 12, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01532
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Worth County l Needs

:Noting /

i Better Rules

Crime Watch...

All concerned citizens are askedto
participate in a 7 p.m. Jan. 12 (a V Kk M MFT
Thursday) meeting in the Starke city For
hall when the Starke Police Dousing

Department will provide informa-
tion to establish a Crime Watch -
Program throughout the city, says Development standards around the county Board of Adjustment this
Chief Bill Reno. county lakesides are needed to Jan. 31.Wieser.
"If everybody's concerned about i manage growth as Bradford moves told The Gainesville Sun he
crime In the city, then they need to from a rural farming area to a rural is not trying to speed up develop-
participate. It's going to be of con- residential area, says Zoning Direc- ment because the county called a
cern to everybody," says Chief tor Darrell O'Neal. halt to his unfinished project.
Reno. 7 I Problems with development con- "Those homes are sold and I have
FT trols came to light in recent weeks one irate homeowner," Wieser said.
U-CAN Meeting... with a Santa Fe Lake case where "We'll see what we can resolve. If -
___ developer Craig Wieser who liveson the Issues aren't resolved we'll haveto
Dr. Paul Connett, who has a PHD the lake, Is building and selling take it to arbitration."
in Chemistry from St.Lawrence homes. Wieser sought to close 41st
University in Canton NY, will Wieser told The Gainesville Sun
Terrace just north of the Little Santa that residents Santa
on Fe Lake
speak on alternatives to hazardous Fe Lake Boat ramp, but county com- overly concerned about develop-are
waste incineration at a meeting at missioners turned the developer
ment around the lake. "There's
7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, in the down Monday, Jan. 9. About half miles of water-front and half of that 22
KOA Banquet Room, US-301S. dozen hands went up when Chair is unbuildable," he said. "That's
UCAN stands for United Chris man Wilbur Waters asked for those low-density development."
tian Action Now, a group organizedin favoring the closing, and about half
December, according to Sandra dozen went up when Waters asked Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal
O'Briant-Johnson of Starke, a nusre for those opposed. said the building permits on the
anesthetist at Baptist Medical Tucker Caught at Work. Wieser did not tell the commissionin homes being started on Wieser's
Center.Dr. the public meeting he Is a property on 41st Terrace near the
Connett will address problems Neil Tucker will not run for re-election at the end of developer, but said residents affected boat ramp on Little Santa Fe Lake
of communities that have in his term, this Sept.30. His early announcement proThere's some traveling in a motor home, some fishing, want to close 41st Terrace were issued in error.A complaint fil-
cinerators for hazardous waste. vide* city fathers time to find a qualified replacement. and a little hunting In Tucker's future. because of recent vandalism and ed by a nearby resident revealed the
Child care provided.. Call ahead, would be able to better control their violation and resulted in a stop-work
964-4288. property.In order issued by Director O'Neal in
fact, Wieser has slabs pouredfor late November.

Lunch Bunch... Clerk Neil Tucker to Retireby two homes on two lots, but lacks O'Neal is concerned about
sufficient space on the lake side of lakefront development all over the
The "Lunch Bunch" will meet at 41st Terrace to meet the zoning re- county. Commissioner Joe Riddick,
noon.Friday, Jan. 13, in the Preb- Buster Rahn allowing me to serve, it has been an the Federal Energy Regulatory quirement of 20,000 square feet for a whose son has developed propertyon
syterian Church Fellowship Hall. BCT Staff Writer honor and a privilege. I have Commission, which requires ac- single family residence. Had the Hampton Lake says the pro-
Bring a covered dish and join the After eight years in office, Starke endeavored to serve you honestlyand counting to conform to its Uniform allowed 41st Terrage to be cedures followed by the zoning office
group for a good meal and good City Clerk Neil Tucker has given faithfully."I System of Accounts also. close Wieser could have countedhis need to be tightened up.
fellowship. notice that he will not be a candidatefor publicly want to thank my staff Tucker says the complexities of property across the road, away
re-election later this year. His who have worked with me for these the office may require electors to from the lake, as part the acreage to As a result of this discussion, the I
Holiday Closing... statement follows: eight years. Your dedication and take a new look at the clerk's posi- meet zoning requirements. Board of County Commissioners has
"It is time for a 'changing of the devotion has been above reproach, tion, and incorporate some changesin Harold Hill, also a Santa Fe Lake contracted with the North Central
Banks, government facilities anda guard' at the clerk's office in City and I thank you for it." the charter to meet changing resident and the speaker for those Florida Regional Planning Councilto
few others will be closed Monday, Hall. There comes a time when the Tucker's announcement caught needs. opposing the closing of 41st Terrace, draw up development regulations
Jan. 16 in observance of Martin old must give way to the new. everyone by surprise, since he fre- suggested the county commission covering the division of land and re-
Luther King day. Retail outlets will "After much thought, and very quently had said he would run for of- Background... consider a moratorium on lake front quiring developers to meet more str-

generally remain open. mixed emotions, I have decided to fice one more time, in the late sum- Tucker was born on a farm, some building until tougher regulationscan ingent regulations.
Starke Hall the Post Office
City retire at the expiration of this term, mer of 1989. 30 miles SW of Topeka, Kansas, be formulated. Chairman O'Neal sees significant develop-
Bradford County Courthouse WinnDixie, and September 30, 1989. It seems ap- In discussing the posrSon" Tucker where his parents were engaged in Waters named a committe of County ment problems on both Santa Fe and
banks will close. ,
propriate to make such an announcement pointed out a number of changes in typical Eastern Kansas farming, Attorney R.A. (Buzzy) Green Zon- Sampson Lakes now. More stringent
Hardees and other
Eckerd's TG&Y at this time to give you, policies and procedures in the growing corn, wheat and livestock. ing Director Darrell O'Neal, County rules need to be developed to protect
business firms will remain
open. the public, as much notice as possi- clerk's office, In the past few years. The vast Kansas wheat fields lie fur- Commissioners Joe Riddick and the lakes one of the most valuable
Planning .. ble to better enable you to find a With all records now on computer, ther to the west, where the plains Maxie Carter Jr. to investigate the recreational resources of the county,
Day. qualified replacement."You the city clerk needs a background in stretch to the horizon. His parents possibility of stopping building as an O'Neal says.Without .
Starke Elementary School will have given me the privilegeof electronic bookkeeping, with em- moved into Holten, Kansas, when he emergency measure. The committee proper guidelines
hold day for teachers, commissioner cash is to report at the Jan. 18, 7:30: developers can build homes on property
a planning serving you as a phasis on management and was 14, then moved onto Lawrence,
Monday Jan. 16. from 1966 to 1974 and as your city government accounting. Records Kansas, where Tucker graduatedfrom p.m. meeting of the commission. that does not meet zoning
Students will have the day off. No clerk from 1981 to 1989. You have let must be kept in conformity with the Mt. Oread High School in 1946. Wieser, applying in his own name, regulations, and the problem then
school. me serve uncontested the last three Uniform System Accounting with Shortly after graduation from high and members of his development belongs to the buyer.
terms."I the State of Florida. Owning its own company, were in Starke Tuesday O'Neal said the problem of
BHS Alumni Meet... want to thank each of you for. utilities system brings the city under (See Tucker... p.2A) applying for permits for six additional unregulated development has ex-
has been residences on Santa Fe Lake. isted for a long time but came to a
A BHS Alumni meeting
Wieser is build
applying to four head after Wieser began developingthe
set for Monday Jan. 23, at 6 p.m., homes on Lots 9,10,11 in Indian 41st Terrace Wieser's

in the Western Steer Steakhouse.A Solve Beach, which he owns on Big Santa legal description showed property.the property -
speaker is planned. Building May Jail Space Problem
Alumni invited. Fe Lake. The lots were formerly extending past the 141-foot mean
are Bring a .
owned by Loyree Lanier. The three high water mark. Land below 141
guest. t A plywood building from a prison, School for storage. The other is at ing $10,000 a day in fines for lots have been divided into four lots, feet above sea level on Santa Fe
Microwave Classes... placed behind the county jail may Lawtey Community School and is operating an overcrowded jail, ac- each of -acre or more, meeting the Lake is owned by the State of
provide 40 additional minimum being utilized for classes. cording to Sheriff Kenneth zoning space requirements for Florida.
A two-part microwave series will security beds for Bradford inmates. The Department of Corrections at Etheridge. single family residezntial classifica- Wiser has been cited by the
be offered at the Bradford County County commissioners are cur- New River Correctional Institution That deadline was extended last tion.Wieser Department of Environmental
Extension office on Janmuary 26 rently looking at a June 1 deadline to continues to move inmates from week to June 1 to accommodate the has also purchased the old Regulation (DER) for filling past
and February 2, at 7 p.m. provide additional beds to alleviate wooden buildings to newly con- change-over in the sheriff's ad- Charlie Wilson place on Little Santa the 141 feet above sea level boundaryon
Learn to use the microwave oven overcrowding at the county jail. The structed concrete buildings. If the ministration from former sheriff Fe Lake, between John Anderson his 41st Terrace lots. DER has
you received for Christmas! Basic commissioners are looking for way county's deal goes through, 40 addi- Dolph Reddish, County Attorney and Richard Milligan, the parcel lying turned the citation over to the DER
principals and meal preparationwill to add more beds without buying ad- tional beds could be added to the cur- R.A. (Buzzy) Green said. in Block 1 of Govt. Lot 4 which is Enforcement Section to have their
be demonstrated at each ses- ditional property to expand the pre- rent 20 at the county jail, perhaps by Sheriff Etheridge wants to obtain 200 feet wide, and plans to build two attorneys look into the matter.
sent jail and without building a new the end of the month. The county the building as soon as possible to homes there, and has room to put a
sion.Registration is $5, and must be Jail.Three would pay only the moving cost, avoid paying the stiff fines and to third home there, says the county O'Neal said he has learned that in
prepaid by Jan. 24. Call 964-6280, of the wood-frame prison about $4,000.Last allow the Sheriff's Department to zoning office. 1980 the Governor and the State
extension 209 or 284 for details. buildings have already been given to September, the county was carry out drug sweeps that he Cabinet determined that Santa Fe
Wieser has also for
Lake has
applied a
the Bradford school Two a 141-foot'mean high water
system. are
mandated the will
by Department of Cor- predicts quickly fill the new
and Bess. up variance on his two lots 41st Ter- mark and
Porgy .. are located beside the Operations rections (DOC) to provide 10 addi- on that any land' below this is
Bradford Hospital presents the Center behind Bradford Middle tional beds by March 1 or face pay- (See County Jail..p.2A) race. That request will be heard by sovereign property.

immortal classic show "Porgy and
Bess" featuring music by GeorgeGershwin

such as "Summertime," Historical Board Reaffirms Support of Rosenber
"I got plenty of nothing," and "It i rg Buildingbecome

aln t necessarily so," Saturday ... ...
Jan. 21, in the BHS Auditorium at Reaffirming its support for Plans for restoration and use of additional parking area. The vacant State Likes Building... assets to the Call Street
8 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults and preservation of the Rosenberg the building have been delayed by portion of the Rosenberg property needs business district."
$2 for students of all ages. building in the Call Street Historic the City Commission's failure to north of the building was included in Although the building exten-
both inside and
Tickets are on sale at Santa Fe District, the Bradford Count negotiate an agreement with The the new parking facility across from sive restoration, out, Officers Elected...
Thomas N. Evans, Jr., member of a
Community College, Andrews Historical Board of Trustees Florida Trust, which was submittedto city hall, to serve the downtownarea.
School the City Commission to take actionon the Jacksonville engineering firm, inspected William A. Bessent III was re-
Center, Bradford High City early last year. The City The building, however, was
and elected
in chairman of the Board of
the structure 1987
Commerce Bradford a long-delayed agreement with
Chamber of had earlier discussed placing the not Included in the proposed parking
Hospital, Mitchell's Drug Store, The Florida Trust for marketing and building in the hands of The Florida facility in the grant application.Since reported, "The structural overall Trustees at the Tuesday meeting,
and Leila's Dress shop. restoration of the building.If Trust, a non-profit corporation condition of the Rosenberg building and James R. (Reggie) Flynn was
negotiations with The Florida dedicated to finding buyers for appears to be very good, and re-elected secretary-treasurer.
Before the Show... Trust are not resumed within 30 historic buildings in need of relatively easy to restore, comparedto Other incumbent members of the
the building is in the National
days the Historical Board asked the rehabilitation. However, a final many historically valuable pro- historical board are Harry M. Hat-
Dine the best chicken pilau Register District and was "
on the Board pur- jects. cher Jr. Ben Holtzendorf, Carolyn
to on
City agreement with The Trust has never
ever tasted prepared by Bradford other avenues for rehabilitating the chased with Federal money,the City Staff members of the Florida B. Spooner, Charles C. Johns,
been formalized
Counties best pilau cook, Les building for use for various public thereby delayingany Is responsible for returning the purchase Bureau of Historic Preservationhave Carolyn C. Autry Martha Jean
action the for
on building a
Whitehead. Dinner will be served in year. to the government
The motion was also stressed the Importance of (Marty) Barry and Daniel E. I
the BHS cafeteria 6-7:30: p.m., priorto purposes.unanimously adopted by the unless it makes a good faith effort to the Rosenberg building to the Hildebran. Three vacancies still re-

the Porgy and Bess presentation.The Historical Board of Trustees at its The building was purchased by the have the building rehabilitated. downtown area and questioned the main on the board and are expectedto
dinner is being'sponsored by meeting Tuesday, Jan. 10, which included City for $60,000. using federal funds Demolishing a building in the wisdom of demolishing buildings be filled soon with appointments
the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary. $4 several new members from a grant obtained for Improve-- historic district without permission which, "although abandoned and by Governor Bob Martinez.
donation requested, with dessert recently appointed by Gov.Bob Mar- ment, beautification of the would also jeopardize the City'schances taken for granted at the present Note: For more in-depth
extra. tinez to fill expired terms. downtown commercial district ando future. for federal grants in the time might once renovated, coverage, see Editorial Page 4A.Taking .


Upcoming.Public meetings.. scheduled in the County To Rescind Permission To Hunt f' :rom Roads

coming weeks are: Recent approval for the Cypress ce the Game Commission's rule Col. Martin, addressing the county sioners before former Chairman
Crime Watch organizational Run Hunt Club to hunt from county Is broken it could cause more peopleto commissioners very diplomatically) Lawrence Mosley, who opposed it,
meeting: 7 p.m. Thursday. Jan. 12, roads In the 3,000-acres Cypress Run .request approval to hunt from The County Commissioners agreed. was replaced on the board by new
Starke city hall. All concerned area west of Sampson Lake will be county roads in other areas, Col. Commissioner Ross Chandler.
citizens urged to attend. reversed Bradford County Commis Martin pointed out. It could cause a Col. Martin said he'd visited a Then Dec. 5 Jimmy Rowe appeared r-
Starke Council: third Tuesday sioners promised Col. Larry Martin snowballing effect, he said. half-dozen homes in the Cypress Run to ask why his request had i
meeting, 7:30 p.m., Jan. 17, city of the Florida Game and Fresh area and the residents, the names of been turned down. Rowe said then
Water Commission during its Monday The County Commissioners were which he presented to the commissioners the Game Commission approved the
hall.Bradford County Commissionerswill Jan. 5, meeting. under the impression the Game are opposed to hunting on request. The county commissionersthen
meet Wednesday. Jan. 18 at Commission had approved the re- county roads. approved the request 3-2.
7:30 p,m.. in the Courthouse. Zoning "We'll get this thing taken care quest by the Cypress Run Hunt Club, The Commission originally Waters, Carter, and Chandler voted
and other items of business will of," Chairman Wilbur Waters told ,said Commissioner Maxie Carte ed the request of Jimmy Rowe oppos-, son- for, Riddick and E.L. Norman
Jr. Carter's statement backed
Col. Martin. was
be discussed. against.Commissioner. It Back...
in-law of the late Hogan Smith who
by Commissioners E.L. Nook
( )
up Wilbur Waters, the
Bradford County Economic will hold The Game Commission took steps Norman, Ross Chandler Joe Rid- owned the 3,000-acres Cypress Run chairman original/! requestedthat After talking to Col. Larry M'artln.
Development Corporation and the heat of closing ull federal, dick and Chairman Waters. area, to allow hunting on county new the commission above of the Game and Fresh Water I
its board meeting Thursday, Jan. state, and county roads for the safe- roads in the area, even though the approveHowe's Fish Commission the Bradford '
19. at 5 p.m.. In Santa Fe Com- ty of the public, Col. Martin told the No;.said Col. Martin, not to. his two roads are not school bus or mail request pointing out the commissioners promised to not
munity College Conference Room. County Commission. "We still thinkit knowledge. routes. The original request was Cypress Run area Is an isolated area allow hunting from county roads. \
with few homes
is the thing to do," he said. "We're on the. same sid..," said dt'"Ied.In. a 3vote by commis- nearby.


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Davis Opens Mortgage Bi oker OfficeRicks Meeting Cancelled,

by Buster Hahn County, Keystone Heights and was born in Starke, but Residents Angry
Iii T Staff Writer Melrose," Davis says. Davis was moved to Gainesville at an early
Harold Davis, longtime Starke serving essentially the same area age. He continues to have relativesin '" .,
businessman with IS years experience for thn past four years as a mor- Bradford County. by Buster Rahn Department of Community Affairs
in mortgage banking and tgage loan officer for Stockton, Davis says many veterans do not BCT Staff Writer (DCA).
brokering, has established a Starke Whatloy and Davin Inc., SWD) know they continue to have home Frustrated and angry, residents of Caudill referred O'Neal to Florida
office, affiliated with Gainesville prior to Its being sold and the loan eligibility even though they Seminole Ridge mounted determined Statutes Ch. 553-37 which precludes
Mortgage Co. (CMC) to provide Gainesville office closed. may have used a VA loan at some opposition to a modular home in modification of units bearing DCA
mortgage service to area residents.At one time, SWD was the largest prior time. It is probably the most their midst In an aborted Board of insignia, and further states that
The office is located in the mortgage lending firm in the flexible.of all loans, allowing Adjustment meeting Wednesday local ordinances cannot take
I.ongchamp Builders office complex Southeast, but lost its identity in a qualified veterans to own a home January 4. in Starke City Hall. precedence over DCA rules and
on US-301S, some two miles south of buy-out. without a down payment. Davis emphasized They filled every seat in the con- regulations.In .
town. Gainesville Mortgage Co., now that WWII veterans still ference room and spilled out into the short, Osbourn cannot be re-
Davis says his firm offers VA, lending in excess of $1 million JHT qualify for home loans. lobby, 65-75 strong, with the avowed quired to remove the steel frame
FHA and conventional loans for month, is relatively new, having FHA loans are available with as intent of having the modular home underneath the unit, according to
building, purchasing or refinancing been! established four years ago by little as 3 percent down, with termsof ', removed from the property of Tom present interpretation of the law.
homes. As a matter of fact, it is the Wayne Kicks, a former official the 15-30 years at competitive rates. Osbourne, an area resident.
only facility in the county offering SWD Gainesville:; office Several For persons or situations that can- The situation developed when The Meeting...
VA and FIIA loans at this time.ormer SWD employees, including not meet VA or FIIA requirements, Home Again... Osbourne had the modular home In- The people arrived not knowingthe
The Starke office is "looking for Davis, now work for GMC, providing conventional loans are available "There's plenty of money stalled on a lot adjacent to his home, meeting had been cancelled, but
business in Bradford County and the firm with experienced mortgagelending through GMC, Davis says. available for home mortgages" in an area zoned for single family O'Neal was there to explain the
surrounding areas, including Union personnel. Anyone contemplating building, says Harold Davis, who has openeda residences (SFR). The SRF zoning situation, and received a good hear-
purchasing or refinancing a home Starke office of Gainesville Mor- classification does not allow mobile ing under the circumstances.A .
should discuss his needs with Davis, tgage Co. The Starke office offers homes, and although the unit looks number of residents vented their
taking advantage of his experiencein VA, FIIA and conventional mor- like a mobile home with the wheels displeasure to O'Neal. County Com-
mortgage lending. tgages for building, purchasing or removed it meets guidelines for a missioner Joe Riddicfc, who wasn't
Elect refinancing.chief modular home, which is legal,under there, the legislative delegation and
current interpretations of the zoning laws in general, but cooler
Department of Community Affairs heads prevailed quickly and beganto
Ricky City Voters Go To PollsCity rules and regulations. lay plans to take the issue to court.
Controversy concerning the Rainey and Sylvia Woods took
removal of the steel frame beneath! leadership roles in saying that they
voters will go to the polls position elective.Amendment the unit brought the matter before had retained Attorney Terence
BENNETT Tuesday, January 24 to cast votes the Bradford County Board of Ad- Brown to represent them in a suit,
for one of four candidates for chief of 89-2... justment at its regular meeting and asked others to sign an agree-
Chief of Police police, filling the unexpired term of This proposal amends the charterto Tuesday,Dec. 27, but a decision was ment to help underwrite attorney
who deferred by the board. While the fees and court estimated
Jimmy Bowen resigned late require the chief of police to costs, at
last standards three board members in attendance $2 000.
Starke year. possess minimum police
But,electing a chief of police is not qualifications as provided by constituted a quorum, the question FFoJIowing l the meeting, Mrs.
24 1989 the for was tabled until a full board of five Woods reported 39 signatures on the
January only reason voting in the elec- Florida Statutes, regardless of the
members could hear the case. A agreement, with one person tender-
tion. Voters will be asked to elective.
appointive or
pass position being
called meeting was set for Wednes- ing a $100 check in lieu of signing.
Elected Main Concerns Are reject two revisions to the city Voting for the amendment will
If My : charter. the charter to require the day, Jan. 4.Wednesday. Mrs. Woods said there are 110 property
morning, too late to owners in Seminole Ridge, not
Work on the Cocaine/Drug Movement In the City of Starke Amendment 89-1.! .. chief educational of police standards to hold for minimum qualification. notify residents of Seminole Ridge, counting the Osbournes, and she has

Drug movement and Involvement lead to other crimes suchas This proposal amends the charterto Voting against the amendmentwill Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal called each of them twice in the past
burglary, shoplifting robbery rape and murder. make chief of police an appointive leave the charter as is, allowingany cancelled the official meeting, but 2-3 days.
Brown chosen for his
agreed to an informal meeting with was successin
position. Voting for the amendmentwill resident to run for office
Better Equip Patrol Cars in Use in the City of Starke give the city commissioners the regardless of his educationalbackground. the group. handling the Sarah Woods vs
right to fill the chief of police postionby O'Neal cancelled the meeting on Bradford County suit, and zoning
Processing crime scenes will be more effective If providedwith appointment. A vote against the It is essential that ballots are the basis of a telelphone call from suits in Baker and Clay Counties,
camcriaa and fingerprinting equipment for each vehicle. amendment will leave the police marked for both items. Jon Caudill, staff consultant in the one resident said.

Communication and Cooperation with other Law Tucker
Enforcement Agencies Retiring...

The Police Department and Sheriffs Department from page 1A which stripes were hard to get. Tucker began thinking about ac- plant just north of the Western-
eventually work on same cases Communication Is a MUSfIBENNETT school, Tucker joined the U.S. Army While he was stationed at Shep- quiring or establishing an accounting store on Temple Ave., now a vacantlot.
Air Corp., and spent the next three pard Field,Tucker met Texas native firm of his own, possibly outsideof Among the first clients were
years at Lackland Air Base, San An- Kathryn Campbell. The two were Oklahoma, since the accounting E.A. Winkler, appliance store now
OF tonio and Sheppard Air Field at married on June 19, 1949, a week field was becoming crowded in his operated by his son, Warren
POLICE STARKE Wichita Falls, Texas, working in after his discharge from the armed area. With that thought in mind,Neil Winkler; George Kopelousos,
Finance Departments. Tucker at- forces and Kathryn visited Neil's parents, restauranteer and Slade Enter-
pd. pot ad.. tained the rank of corporal in an ar- The young couple moved to Tulsa, who had moved to Keystone Heightsin prises, owned by Tom and Flo Slade.
my winding; down from WWII in Oklahoma, where Tucker enrolled in 1955, and liked the area. Tucker, who prepared a thousandtax
the Oklahoma School of Accounting, While he was in Florida, in returns one year, prepared his
where he received a bachelors February 1959, he visited Starke first return for Cecil Crawford, a
degree in accounting: in 1954.He wasa while looking for a place to locate. grower of collards.Pat .
full time student the first year of Starke did not have a public accoun- Farnsworth went to work for
college, but worked in the daytimeand ting firm at the time, so plans were Tucker while attending the University -
went to school at night for the re- made to relocate here. of Florida in 1973, graduated and
mainder of his education. After By the time the Tuckers returnedto passed his CPA exam in 1975, and
receiving his accounting degree, Starke, in June 1959./ two other bought the accounting firm. Tucker
Tucker did some graduate work at firms had been established, with continued to work in the Farnsworthfirm
the University of Oklahoma. "Neil L.Tucker, Accounting," making for the next 5-6 years.In .
w r Tucker worked for CPA accoun- the third accounting firm in the meantime, Tucker ran for a
Begin Thurs. Jan. 12th. ting firms while attending school, town. seat on the city commission in 1966,
Thru Wed. Jan. 18th. and continued with the same Tucker's first client was "Pappy" winning over Billy Noegel. In 1968 he
UiMARTELL employment until 1959. Raulston, owner of.a tire recapping.t .10was unopposed. In 1970 Titus OlsenTaut
s s t 1 aBa s .Tucker and lost. In lrf2,
\ j & ''e.'Ii.J7"' : t m34wen tried for the seat,and
JACQUIN'S m 1989 likewise lost. In 1974 Tucker did not

V.S. Cognac .w, ;....: run.
D cHNAPPS ; In 1981, Tucker ran for city clerk
: s1 ++ Happy against Gene Milligan, won the seat,
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P1.ar 750 ML. 750 L!. and has not had opposition since.

e oFSi A 535 cASE 217.SO1499 (w 3 o0 I iN C S BirthdayRYAN : The Tuckers have two children
213.60 of 7 W Bruce, a registered pharmacist,andPam

efBatad ... 0-.1,.'-, ..- Edmonds, a dental hygenist
both living in Jacksonville.

/ t .200,_.. O'NEAL Neil says he will not lack for
+ something to do in retirement.
ariQAlQfa ( Although they have visited 49 of the
?t / Mountain Win 50 states and all of the Canadian Provinces
/. "oOIIJI ROSE N CHAM 18 the Tuckers plan to travel
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750 Ml. 1.75 LITER .RHINE. BLUSH We Love You They will do some saltwater fishingout
WHITE CHABLIS 677.OF of Horseshoe Beach,as time -
I 85.00 799 OF 6 77.00 1199IY A, CASE OF 4 2I.50GRIBARI Family mits, aQd look after Neil's mother,
who lives nearby.



: SPANNLING nUN4UNDV I I. R. E. Biggs, Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke,

S ? TAYl6R Florida by virtue of the Authority vested In me by law do hereby
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'WhiteLabef, .,... call for a First Primary Election to be held at the City Hall in the

1.73 LITER 750 Ml. %N .E T:510{ aforesaid City of qualified voters on'Tuesday January 24, 1989 from page 1A

$$ A.D.. for the purpose of electing the following officer: jail space. Etheridge told the county
OF a 77,00/.9 OF s14tjO 11 I commission Monday afternoon the
CHIEF OF POLICE jail last year averaged seven In-
mates a day
over capacity.
(TERM EXPIRES SEPTEMBER 30, 1989)REFERENDUM) "There's walking the
EAST KW MKS caisnNtNlURM could
,>\ 89-1 streets that picked up today
/IASIre Etheridge said. "We have over 4,000
J Mtn,Nn YfiM /1 349.HHIN warrants that haven't been served"
TURKEY KENTUCKY WHISKEY WItD cARe 01' ,27.25 The City of Starke Charter Subsection 6 ((0)) Is hereby amendedto going back to 1982. Commissioners,
101 Proo/ 750 ML. 1.75 UTER 9 Qb read as follows: however, were told the problem is
s v..r.ow NRKEY4 q sl..w ..era...a.w not as acute as it seems because the
EASE 095 of 6 71.00 11" -=" .rnl. wnOF POLICE CHIEF APPOINTED BY CITY COMMISSION. (A) The City warrants are unserved because the
12130.50 a R.u..rC Commission is empowered to employ and appoint a Chief of whereabouts of those sought is not

: Police and a police force. The City Commission shall prescribeand known and some persons havemUltiple

t I s 7sr49. 1.5 t89 : L regulate by ordinance the duties terms of office and salaryof them. warrants issued against

all police officers. Two problems cited by DOC In-
GORDOMS REFERENDUM 89-2 spectors at the jail have been cor-

SO PROOF 'A stove exhaust hood secured
sr Commissioner
LITER 1.75 LITER E.L. (Nook) Noor-
CASE1099 OFFICE OF POLICE CHIEF OF THE CITY OF STARKE man has been Installed at a cost of
OF 6 77.00 of a n-so 12" t' SHALL POSSESS MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AS $5,000. The original estimate was

-. -- POLICE OFFICERS UNDER FLA. STAT. 943.13)) $20,000.

The City of Starke Charter SS 6 ((0)) I Is hereby amended to add been Two hired additional for the employees jail by Sheriff'Etheridge. have

the following: Inadequate manning of
the jail has been a long-standing
.A.. ....
> n.u.1-/'lf'fI' MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR POLICE CHIEFS: No person shall complaint of DOC.
t'UJ u oe .... AND DAY s s i_ .. .,. 1 serve as Chief of Police for the City of Starke unless such person 1 .
cfasj tC &' cwr+s :;, o has satisfied the minimum qualifications requirements for police

Other....... IITLS. tall yp=3 t/ii officers pursuant to 943.13 Florida Statutes..

7s u. i '
CASE 7 Lucille Godwin' Margaret Williams Winning ,

Clara Colson Bernadl Early :.
AT JAX... Dinkins Moore Tennis
Agnes \ : iI''I:, ,| .f ;? .Margaret. ....
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.IA. PART.SPECIAL CASE 1lJHt LtI Oleeta Hardenbrook, .
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LMR Lucy White "|Lj. i( ( ':.' .. ,;i.";. : ,Ida Shaw Private Lesson
.am 177uN, &is 79C'2 3 3"M1575 "V-; ., .: '' i :,',\' $10 per Hour OR
its F CLERK: '\, /: -. < -r,' I: Learn with a Friend
P' c.. ; FOSTER'S Qla State[ ItlRCLL : :.: 1" "'':'. J Kay' Carter t' For $5.ach.Cali .
6y RN.M t sZ' CM..u, ...... AUK IAN ;. MOM-ALCOHOLIC
I I. Wine Coolers .-....... IJOIfY IIEER Mark at
awllr.ls"w CA In Testimony whereof, I hereunto subscribe my name and 473-4480 Of 964-6305
LS oed c .:! : .N: 3"15: 75 1" r f1s 24' 95a cause the Seal of the Town to.be hereunto affixed this 15th day of Students Include

\, -- November; 1988. A.D. .N. x Members of KHHS I

1uw ..... cn1/Jer BUSCH .Ul: ,l R. E. BIGGSMayorCommissioner High School Teams
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CMnMono ATTEST: Nell L.Tucker '
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Criticism of Lawtey- Police Department Turns Into Pay Raiseraise

By Judy Miscally Charles Carter is hoW employed by who is qualified to hire as 1
person a 13
the Bradford Sheriffs years and never taken any sick too." Rosier then said the he had ordered 'he lights, cage and
Office and patrolman. We have had many of- leave or vacation time and all I decals for the J '
The Lawtey Police Jordan not can reason he wanted to table the raiseat police car. M'
Department only requested ficers and and %
permis- come go, to remember
my Is giving him two
was the main sion to days: off this time was so he could do some
topic of discussion replace him with have "
another knowledge had
never a once. The
agreed Carter In other business, the Council
traversing research to make Tillotson'sraise
from the sure
lack of revenue patrolman, but asked permission to black officer. was entitled week's
a vacation Named Marvin Rosier as the
generated by hire would not put him over theChief's
speeding tickets, to accusations a part-time patrolman as well. After several motions either died pay and instructed Clerk Queen for ISW9.!
of the chief's crime. Councilman Buster Bennett then for lack of a second or were Robinson to do so. salary, but that Tillotson Mayor-Commissioner Rosier then PI
solving abilities, to approving one said, "I am in favor of a third defeated, the Council approved hir- Police Capt. Bill Tillotson then would not wait. Laura Mayor Harris to Finances EmmettBright
full-time and one part-time position policeman, but not a fourth one. If ing a third policeman. Chief Jordan made his Jordan then stated, "I agree grouse;
move, stilting, "I would to Streets Bill to
then ending with they work they can handle Tillotson deserves a raise, but he
approval of It. had a qualified, certified applicant like to
pay request a$.78 per hour raise. I Sanitation, and Buster Bennett to
raises at the Jan. Lawtey businessman works 8 hours a day and I have it the
9 council meeting. Danny from a recent advertisement the City can justify this raise with documentation Water Dept. The Council retained
Waters then rest of the time.
Outspoken Lawtey resident Willie pointed out, "I have ran. Regarding a part-time posi- that I deserve it, both from Johnny Hobbs as City Attorney and
been broken Into At the vote, Bright and Rosier
Strong, a former member of the times In six tion, a special meeting will be called cases solved and tickets written. My Bud Barber as Sanitation Collection
months. I think voted against the with Harris
raise, ,
council, reminded Police Chief M.M. we need 24 hours of regarding a minority applicant record speaks for itself."
(Butch police protection or something. I when the Chief determines if the Bennett, and Crouse in favor. 'Approved
) Jordan Hosier
"You said the Council know ap- Mayor then requested, "I a request by Danny
he (the Jordan then said, "I in for the
couldn't fire you because patrolman) can't be plicant is certified or not and also if would like to table this matter until put Waters to build a 6x0 garbage bin
you ..
same raise. for $.78 hour.
were elected everywhere at once, but we need the applicant wanted part-time or the next meeting." At an
by the people. But the which time Crouse made motion near his store for storing refuse to be
to Jor-
some a give
full-time The Chief Tillotson
Council CAN employment. replied, "Everytime:
control your we picked up.Clarified.
and if they control the money further stated "We have educa- talk about raises or insurance or dan the raise, with Bright's second. the garbage collection
money, they Mayor Marvin Rosier then Bennett then voted against the raise,
said tional funds available to him else
can control the get cer- anything regarding
man! money! you policy regarding discarded cardboard -
"At the time Mr. Waters was broken tified." table it. 'In to this Councilman by saying, "not until we check to see
response boxes. Barber
will collect
Mayor Marvin Rosier what the difference is between
allowed the into, we had four- patrolmen. We Laura Harris the
them boxes
made from businesses which have
accusations and heated comments to have had 4, 3,2,and 1. We found that In othe'r matters in the Police motion to give Tillotson this raise ef a two salaries." Rosier also voted been broken down will fill
so they
be aired by those concerned when the amount of officers doesn't seem Department, Chief Jordan re- fective 1. against the raise, but the raise pass- the truck.
February Residents with discarded
Chief Jordan requested approval of to affect the crime.Personally, I feel quested the Council give Patrolman Councilman Emmett Bright then ed when Crouse Bright and Harris boxes will have to cut down the
two positions-full-time and one strongly that we should endeavor all Charles Carter a week's vacationpay interjected, "I think to keep the jobs voted for it. boxes and place them In garbage
part-time position Patrolman avenues possible to find a minority since "he has worked for us for. In lino "'P hnnl
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I Preliminary Work Started at Tri-County Landfillby I .a..u\JOHN; ;" '7 ,

Joe Gissy Cover for the wastes will have to be Another alternative is to spray the require less landfill
BCT/UCT Staff Writer hauled to the site daily, because soil leachate back onto the fill and allow ping loose trash and space using than dum HODGES
The New River Solid Waste for cover will\ not be available from sun and wind to evaporate the water. to reduce volume. a compactor -
Association has started work on the landfill. This Is a temporary measure that ding to Darabi, it has a cheaper, accor-- CHIEF OF POLICE 4

establishing a landfill at the 200 acre The Department of Environmental has been discussed, but as only a price tag than a compactor and requires -
Ellerbee curve site, according to Regulation (DER) has found temporary plan, until revenues have less soil for cover. January 24,1989
Union County Commissioner Gary widespread groundwater con- started and a leachate collection A more mechanized and
Taylor. tamination throughout Florida, system and treatment plant can be recycling system can be added complete, one During the last few weeks, I've
from landfills being operated under installed. stage at a time, using the Lundell talked about the crack cocaine
The engineering firm of Darabi their approved methods at the time. system. ,
The height to which wastes can be problem and the other crimes
and Associates, of Gainesville, a This discovery gave rise to the pre- piled above ground is limited by the This system is claimed by its in
firm having "sixteen years ex- sent requirement for liners in land- slope requirements of the sides of ventor to be able to recycle more associated with it. I've talked o wt
perience in the landfill business" fills for materials other than yard the piles. This slope will be grassedto than 85 percent of wastes, primarily about honesty, integrity and
throughout north Florida, has beguna trash and construction debris.A prevent washing,and will be steep using mechanical means. After respect. I've talked about how
more thorough drilling and soil enough to encourage rainwater glass, ferrous metals, aluminum, much this
testing project.Pat plastic liner, 80 mils in runoff. This will lessen the amour. and plastics are separated job means to me.
thickness, (almost one tenth inch) of water soaking down mechanically, the
through the remaining While the last
paper campaigning over few weeks, I have had the
Welch and Associates, of and sealed at all seams to prevent wastes and reduce the amount of and organics can be sent to a
Starker are also working on a detail- leakage, will cover the bottom of the leachate that will have to be treated post pile or diverted to an extruding priviledge of meeting the people of Starke face to face. During
ed land survey and topographic map new landfill at Ellerbee Curve in before disposal. machine which will make fuel this time, I discovered that all of us, black or white, rich or

of the area. An evaluation of the pro- Union County.If pellets having a BTU rating in ex- poor, educated or not, want the same thing. We want a Police
perty is being finished so that the Recycling Required... cess of coal.Shawn .
confirm a thick of Chief who is honest
DOC can be credited with the valueof Darabi dependable, knowledgeable and willing
the land, to be applied towards the liner heavy, it clay will have is beneath the effect the of plastic a se- will be required has estimated to open the that first$750,000 seg- to go that extra mile. I, JOHN HODGES, do want the chance to

tipping fees to be charged.A cond liner. A thick layer of soil will ment of landfill, now seen to be SchmidtOn show you that I can do the job. And, I need your help. Thereare

comprehensive soil cover the plastic to prevent puncture about five acres, and another 2,454 registered voters in Starke. In the six weeks between
profile, from equipment and/or debris. $750,000 to set the first Dean's List
showing water table, depth to clay project. up recycling qualifying and the day of the election, it is virtually
subsoil, and the thickness and tex- Leakage and groundwater con- Starke's Shawn Schmidt, along impossible to see every voter and talk about all the things that
tamination from this of landfill Recycling of to 30 of with 99 other students
ture of the clay, is necessary for type up percent at Florida
designing a safe and proper landfill, is thought to be virtually none. Evenso wastes is a requirement of new solid Southern College, has been recognized you as a voter and I as a candidate would like to discuss. So,
therefore the need for drilling and monitoring wells are required to waste legislation. It is proposed to for making the Dean's List for the what I'm asking is that you who have met me or know me,
soil mapping. be placed around the area, and will start recycling in a conservativeway fall semester, just completed. please tell a friend or relative about me, about my ideals, and
be tested for contamination at the Tri-county (Baker, Brad- Students on the Dean's List have intentions and what I stand for.
Lined Landfills Required... periodically. ford, and Union) landfill, using hand earned a grade point average of at
Engineer Frank Darabi explainsthat All wastes deposited in the landfill labor and picking recyclables from a least a 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) while carrying It is up to us as citizens to speak our minds and change the

Florida is about the worst place will be required to be covered with conveyor belt. Iron, Aluminum, 15 or more credit hours during world in which we live. On January 24, elect JOHN HODGES
for a landfill due to the high water at least one foot of soil each day to glass and clean paper can be sorted a semester. as Chief of Police a man who will serve and protect the
table and high rainfall amounts. A combat odors. Leachate collected at this way, with everything else going Shawn is a sophomore majoring in citizens of Starke.
landfill In this topography will the bottom of the pit will be treatedon into a baling machine where it will Chemistry/Math and is a 1987
necessarily be mostly above ground, site before being taken to a be compressed into bales and stack graduate of Bradford High School you sincerely
with little excavation possible. sewage plant for final processing. ed in the landfill.. This system will Schmidt He is the of son Starke.of Mr. & Mrs. John G. pd.pol.adv.


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1-v.. Letters to the editor


Bessent Says Historical Board Not

Valuable Time Lost Responsible for Council's Problem

By Delay on Agreement Governor'Martinez The terms of their ap- has been dealing.
I January 1989
Editor, Telegraph: pointment to the Board expired; they were I have been Chairman of the Board since
not re-appointed. Their presence on the 1987. During that time, no representativenor
As Chairman of the Bradford County Board will be sorely missed,but there isno agent of the City has contacted the
tion of the now famous (and probably Historical Board of Trustees, I would like doubt that their public-spirited energy and Board In any way. Now,however,I read in
(; The Bradford County Historical the most photographed) courthouse in to clarify some information that appeared wise counsel will continue to be at the The Telegraph/ that we are somehow involved
Society which is now inactive anddisbanded the U.S. under Buster Rahn's byline in the 5 Board's disposal. with the City, and it is implied that

at least for the present, was January issue. Fourth there has we are to blame for delays in resolving the
'i true of the never been any agree- situation.
lie bauie Hung is present Building The
comprised of persons interested in local First, the Bradford County Historical ment between the City and the Board, Rosenberg is no-'onger in existence
status of the In Historical Society ,
has Rosenberg building. Inc., has nothing to do with the either formal informal.
Society or
history, but not met for several Subsequent to so it has not been contacted, nor can it be
It was a worthwhile organization spite of opinions given by two architectsand long-simmering controversy over the the Board's meeting on 2 December 1987, .
years. that the is Rosenberg Building. The organization In- the Board submitted contacted.The
one engineer building a proposal to the City
and we hope it is reorganized in the basically sound and capable of being volved is the Bradford County Historical regarding the Rosenberg Building. This Board is still interested in pursuingour
future.It Board of Trustees.This Board was createdby proposal was never formally considered original proposal to the City.We would
rehabilitated, some'people see in it only the Florida Legislature in 1973 and its City,and we were informed that the have been working on it now,but for the Ci
should not, however, be confused "an old eyesore' rather than a members are the Governor. city had elected to give a one-year optionon ty's arrangement (as we were told) with
with the Bradford County Historical historically important landmark that Your readers may recall that it is this the property to the Florida Trust for the Florida Trust.The Community College
Board of Trustees which was created bya could be turned into an asset for the Board that owns the Old Bradford County Historic Preservation, Inc. (a non-profit Project worked out rather well, although
special Act of the Legislature and has Historic District and serve a wor- Courthouse, now the site of Santa Fe Community corporation headquartered In Tallahassee the Board's participation has been largely
College Starke Center. which has no connection with the Bradford ignored, and the Rosenberg Building could
broad powers to buy and sell historic thwhile role in the business and/or also
County Historical Board of Trustees) The become an asset to the downtownarea
properties, and administer other projects cultural life of the community.The Second, the Historical Board did not Trust would,according to the option,find a ,rather than an embarrassment to the
in relation to preserving historic create the problem now" facing the City, commercial buyer which would renovatethe City Council.
argument that it is needed for additional n ijy been :;t mied by act'of n
buildings and sites in Bradford County.In does not hold water the Boar The problem arose When the building and put it to a commercial Finally, Gene Matthews and Guy Andrews
parking Federal use. I have a of the proposed
used Community Develop-
City copy do not have be
to Board
on this in
1971 the Board of Trustees was and staff members of the Florida ment Block Grant funds to purchase the Memorandum of Agreement, obtained order for their views to be known. I, for
given title to the 1902 Bradford County Bureau of Historic Preservation have property, tore down part of the structures, from The Telegraph./ Since that time, we one, am in agreement with their positionon
Courthouse on Call Street in order to warned of tearing down too many struc- and was then made aware that further were under the impression that the Trust the Rosenberg Building, and my tenureon
restore and preserve it for posterity, as tures to make room for more parking, demolition would require the City's refun- was working with the City on this project. this Board lasts into 1990.
the Now, however, it has become known that
ding grant moneys.
well as find a suitable use for it, to makeit leaving nothing there, as some towns the City has no formal agreement, and Wm.A.Bessent III,Esq.
a viable part of community life again. have done, to cause people to want to Andrews Third, neither was removed Gene Matthews from the Board nor Guy by (assuming the accuracy of Buster's Chairman,Bradford County
park there in the first place. quotes) does not even know with whom it Historical Board of Trustees
The restoration work was started in

the early 1970s with the aid of several One year of valuable time has already

small matching grants of State and been lost by the City's failure to act pro-

Federal Funds. The restoration work mptly in turning the building over to A Brief Review of Effort to SaveA
was still not completed when the idea The Florida Trust for Historic Preser-

was advanced to offer the building to vation, a non-profit endowment

the Endowment Board of Santa Fe Com- organization that takes title to struc- Building on the National RegisterRestoration

munity College for use as a Starke tures such as the Rosenberg Building

Center for its programs. This conver- and uses its marketing expertise to find \

sion was completed with the use of buyers for historic properties that need and use of the century-old rehabilitation the Council,on adviceof

funds raised entirely by the people of rehabilitation. The Trust sells the Rosenberg Building, located In the Call its attorney, discussed turning the
Street Historic District of Starke has long -, ,- building to the Florida Trust
Bradford County. The Center has beenan buildings at a moderate pricejust been a goal of the Bradford County over for
Historic Preservation
oustanding success from the time it enough to pay their overhead and Historical ard of Trustees.At organization that accepts, a non-profit historic

opened its doors, and a "side effect" has operating expenses. They recently a meeting on December 2, 1987, the buildings and attempts to market them to
been the new life it pumped into the Call marketed an old railroad depot in Perry Board voted to prepare and present a proposal a riii private businesses or individuals for
Street Historic District. in this manner. to the City Commission i that the City rehabilitation.

One year ago this January, the convey the building and site known as the In January, 1988 the State Preservation
But the two historic groups are not "Rosenberg Building" to the Historical Officer submitted a Memorandum of
Florida Trust sent "Memorandum ofAgreement"
synonymQus and should not be confused. a Board of Trustees for the purpose of Agreement to the City for the Florida
to be reviewed and renovation and use of the property as a Trust to accept title to the building and
negotiated with the City. The agree- public facility for the performing arts and place it on the market.At .

Membership in the Historical Societywas ment pointed out that the Rosenberg other uses. According to the Board's plan, l its meeting of Feb. 2, 1988, the Commissioners
open to the public but members of Building is listed in the National this would be a non-profit operation for the u discussed the Agreement and

the Historical Board of Trustees are ap- Register of Historic Places, and is benefit of the citizens of Starke and Brad- Mayor Travis Woods advised the City at-
ford County, and was proposed to be completed '
pointed by the Governor upon recom- torney to proceed with negotiations with
classified as contributing to the historic within a period of three years. the Florida Trust. Since that time,
mendation by local sources. no ac-
character of the District. The acquisi- The 1987 resolution stated: tion has been taken until the discussion by
The Board of Trustees has operated in tion and subsequent disposition of the condition and the Council at its January 3 meeting.
"For the commer-
a low-key manner since its establish- building and its site by the City may cial viability years of the Downtown Starke area In the original discussions of the

ment and many citizens of the countyare have an adverse effect on the building had become more deteriorated and unattractive marketing agreement, The Florida Trust
not aware of its accomplishments.Its and the Historic District as a whole, to private enterprise with the had asked for a two-year period in which to
the memorandum said. relocation of the Courthouse from the market the building. Since this was longer
primary project, of course was downtown district in the early 1970s. This than the Council wanted to wait, The Trust
the preservation of the Old Courthousewhich The City Commissioners have also launched a flight of business activity to suggested a one-year period for
was saved from the auction block been told that if the building is centers, resulting in generalneglect Older Buildings Add marketing, with option for renewal for a

by a small group that intervened and destroyed without making a good faith of structures in the Call Street Character to Downtown second'year, if the building remained un

persuaded the School Board,.owners jqf effort p preserve it, the City will be business district. sold.No"
M / 'chitect from' 'action'was"ever! ;
'Within the last several yean*,however, an architect. the) Florida reported by the
the building at that time, to let them liable to reimburse the Federal .
govern- a concerted effort was made to rectify this Bureau of Historic Preservation, and a 'Council' onrthe Memorandum of Agree-
have title to the building for preserva- ment for the $60,000 in Federal grant condition. The upgrading of the Downtown structural engineer from Jacksonville.In ment,after then-Mayor Woods, according

tion purposes. That is when the SpecialAct money that was used to purchase the District began with an effort of City and the meanwhile the City had been to theminutes of Feb. 2, 1988, "advised Attorney
creating the Board of Trustees was building by the City. The destruction ofa County Government, publicspiritedcitizens notified that because the Rosenberg property Brown to proceed with negotiationswith
passed.If historic building in the National responsible businesses, and this had been purchased by the City with the Florida Trust."
District could also Board of Trustees to establish a Starke Federal grant money, it could not be torn At the Council's January 3 meeting when
the Old Courthouse had not been Register adversely Center for the Santa Fe Community Col- down without first making a "good faith" the long delay came up for discussion,
saved at that time, there would be no affect the City's chances to obtain lege utilizing the Board's property (the effort to market the building for rehabilitation Commissioner Vernon Silcox said he
SFCC Starke Center now. And yet, there future block grants, the Commissionerswere 1902 Courthouse). This project was com- since it is protected by listing on theNational thought the Commission should contact the
were a few people even then who asked told.If pleted and has been a marked success Register of Historic Places. To Historical Trustee Board and ask for a
from the beginning. It was followed by an tear it down otherwise would make the CI- shorter time period than two "
members of the Board, "Why do you the City sincerely wants action on overall improvement of the downtown ty liable to return the $60,000 in Federal Attorney Brown said years.

want to save that old eyesore?" this matter to bring it to a conclusion, it district, financed by a grant of State and money used for its purchase. Such action board would ask, we might, "If be the able Starke to ex-

Fortunately there was enough should set the wheels in motion at the Federal funds. would also Jeopardize the City's chancesfor pedite matters."
downtown has firm future grants of Federal funds.In .
"The area now a an-
earliest possible time. The Board of
respect for the past and vision for the Historical Board president Bessent said
of in the SFCC
continuing activity
view of these circumstances
Historical Trustees is not responsiblefor and theCity's this week however
future among members of the Board to Starke Center, and downtown businessesare failure to cooperate with the ben"The ball is in the City's -

make the necessary effort for restora- the delay. mutual joined cooperation together in and their development efforts toward of Historical Board in an effort to obtain a for them court.to We take have action on waiting the Memorandum for a year

the business potential for downtown. of Agreement that was presented to
area. them for review on January 19, 1988"

I Neil Tucker's Record as Clerk "Toward the goal of a healthy business
environment in the downtown area,the ad-

Will Be Hard Act FollowThe vantages of,and necessity for,appropriate
non-business activity must be considered. Forestry in Bradford CountyBy I IAll

"Most obvious as an argument for non-
unexpected retirement of City system. He must' be'a Public Relations business activity is the role that SFCC David W.Norton
County Forester
Clerk Neil Tucker should give pause to person, able to deal with people at every Starke Center has played in drawing atten-
tion and population to the downtown area.
all Starke residents. We may not be as level, the most of whom are seeking We feel that a Performing Arts Center Americans have a stake in the futureof timberland. This land is producing about
lucky next time, to get a replacementwith something. While his is an elective POSI- would produce a similar beneficial effect. the nation's forest resources. The one-third of its potential timber and in-
the credentials and character tion, subject to city voters, he must be The Starke Center at one end of Call Street United States has 750 million treecoveredacres come.
possessed by Tucker, who was an experienced able to work with the city commis- and the Performing Arts Center at the which constitute a third of the total -(2) a shrinking forestland base. Over
accountant and a .former sioners.It other end would tend to generate a flow of land area.These forest lands are used for 500,000 acres are lost annually to other
day and evening traffic between both numerous purposes, including timber production USes.
four-term city commissioner when he is a demanding position, more Centers; this increased traffic would outdoor recreation, forage production e(3) An increased demand
took over in 1981. Tucker's act will be especially since Starke has a electricity enhance the exposure of downtown com- for domestic animals and wildlife, 15 billion cubic for wood feet ; approximately -

hard to follow, even by an experienced generating facility, bringing the city mercial enterprises. Further, such perfor- watershed protection, and environmental harvested in 1988. Needs in the year 2000 was
accountant. under federal regulations for utilities ming arts activity would not compete in enhancement. are estimated at 20 billion cubic feet.
any material way with the commercial ac- The nation's forest resources furnished: et) An Insufficient
Over the eight years Tucker has guid- accounting; understanding and application -
tivities of businesses."An e(1)( nearly 1.5 million Jobs for Americansin
of forest
ed the city's office, he has continually Residents of Starke should begin im- of such Center timber harvesting and wood processingand in inefficiencies. management resulting

received excellent audits, the baselinefor mediately to' look for, a replacement ,would added be the benefit availability of a a large most of these jobs are in rural communities .(5) A lack of understanding by consumers

judging an accountant's perfor- having credentials to move into the of- meeting hall,. convenient to City' Hall, ; and the general public of forest use,policy,
mance. It means that the city's assets, fice Being vacated by Tucker. It when needed for the discussion of public e(2)( timber for 16,000 logging operations, and conservation, which may lead to unwise
sawmills 150 300
plywood mills
including cash, has been properly ac- behooves the city commissioners to holda matters attracting a large attendance. A pulp 10,000 mills, and; thousands of satellite long-term resource decisions.
counted and that the survey made at that time showed almost, Especially critical is the long-term com-
accounting referendum to set minimum qualifications operations that make fiberboard and parti-
ford in- mitment for
local and who effective forest
policies procedures meet accep- for the job. At the very feast, ap- 20 dicated organizations an Interest and need groups for such a cle board, mill work, furniture, adhesives management. resources

table accounting practises.The plicants must have a degree in accoun- facility. ,and preservatives; Remember-foresters are conservationists -

city clerk position is no longer a"smalltime" ting and some experience in ad- ,"Those of us familiar with Starke and e(3)Industrial over 5,000 raw products material or consumed one-fifth in of the all first, timber beasts second!

operation with a couple of ministration policies and procedures, Bradford County are not surprised at the'' United States; .
helpers, but has blossomed in recent and ,dealing with people. many and various talents of our citizens; -(4) lumber and building boards for
years to a major function, with the clerk what is commonplace to us may be extraordinary American houses of which 8 out of 10 are ,
being required to wear hats the The City of Starke is much better off to others. It is the belief of the, wood frame construction; '.
many Board that this opportunity to provide a e(5) 60 of the nation's water
by Tucker's tenure, and needs to con-' over
first of which is to be knowledgable in
showcase for the talents of our citizens, which amounted to over :2,000 ,
tinue the record of audits and ,
good good gallons ... .
governmental accounting, somewhat and a place to further develop and en- per person; Y" "
different from accounting for private relationships., courage those talents, should not llghly be -(6) a major portion of the land-base for Plan

business. He must be experienced in Neil, "you done good." passed by.. outdoor recreation for over 22 million to Attend the
personnel policies and procedures in The wonder will "We helped give Starke the Santa Fe Americans; and .COMMUNITY CRIME
only thing we : Starke Center; we have shown that the e(7) the, essential habitat for forest WATCH MEETING
purchasing and warehousing, and havea Tucker tell the council how much monuments of the past can fulfil the needsof wildlife. To Be Held At Han
working knowledge of the utilities money the city has before he leaves? the present ana the future. Let us con- Wood resources are renewable and low
tinue to serve the best needs of our City energy consumptive. Aluminum, steel, JANUARY 12. 7 p.rn.'Information .
and County by developing this historical, plastics; and masonry are nonrenewablematerlaSs
but presently dilapidated structure as a which require large quantities
focus of civic pride. .of energy to produce. Wood a a versatileraw
RfQ sK material for many uses and the supply
was signed by Wm A.
with on Betting
could improved
i' suuc ins Bessent III, Chairman of the Board. utilization.triple managementand up a neighborhood crime:

pq -- Moat wood products are also recyclable. watch program will be

WoodespecIally former waste Products furnished and discussed
Action by CouncilThis noncommercial tree fes-
No and spe are with members of the
OCg. resolution failed to attract any attention again being used for fuel to generate in'
floe O. JOHN M..AUUIR Starke Police: Dept.
action the ., amount of energy.
FIPOUION.h or: by City Commission creasing
,j rl GN !There are current problem! directly affecting ; ilfyou
PartlclD te4
i Ptt shed each Thursday: end entered on Second Class Matter at .'Repeated requests wen ,made by the < forest resources, and,.people.
of the!
Historical permission You Can
the Post Office at Slorke: Florida,under Act of March 3. 1879. for restoration for'!' Among these are;' '. HAlo
:j grants '
; City to apply "
'e(1) t nearly 4.5 million ;.non-industrial, TAKE ET'g
Phone M4630SO ',. (" v Subscription Rat*In Trade A/eo 114.00 per year: )6XX six mor4h 1 rehab funds to restore the building which man private forest owners control 5>per. _OUT ,
\ .Draw Ai Jkrte.ftorida OUtside Trade Area: $!S,CO per yea; $8 50 six mon""" .': ; .'s bad already been declared basically sound ", "rcen) or.JOO mWlan"ereI! of.the nation'*. ., -- OF CRIMES
I ) and fit for rehabilitation. .by a Starke ari 1 ... > .J .. ,

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a a e a How's The Family? a Lawtey Family Needs

Clothes After FireClothf.'fi. r

By Rev. Ed Kirkland' M.ttlv., pastes of her KinKKlay/ Lake Baptist. household! grxiris toys
t Church. located 10 minul<>K east i>f Kliirhi' tin llwy. 16 at Klngnliiy Lake etc, are being requested for u
Rev. Kirkluml unHWi-rn tiuvHllttnH' on .l/i>' family In thin rulumnrum/ a l.awtey family who had a fin on
A Christian pe'raeiiw. fit-nil yimi i/iK-sU-m or mrm'nl to: HHW'H The Jan. 2 at their mobile home
F' Family C337: .Vi>m Everything was lost in the fire including -
toys! the children received r \ '
from Christmas.

), Teenagers In Rebellion... Debbie and! Michael Webber IIndthl'

4 Today I want us to discuss a subject which by the very mention of its separated four until children they can are gel currently another 'v-'k ,Ct
name shoots horror up and down the spine of any intelligent p"'rent-- place to live. The family Is being
assisted by the Buddy McKays
Someone has said that when a child begins school you should put him In 782-3378 and Linda Webber
a barrel and nail the lid shut leaving a hole in the side. Then, when he (782-3244).
becomes a teenager plug the hole! Sound advice for some parents I guess Clothing sizes are: Robert OS yrs.
Another way of looking at it is the 'Cosby' way. I was watching the Cosby old), wears 14 regular punts 14-16
Show one night and the couple said to each other "Honey we have one in ..shirts; Denise (12 yr. old; wears size --
our house"... to which she replied "Yes and we feed ill' This probably 14 in teens; John, 11, wears 12: reg.
sums up the way many parents feel who have now crossed over Into what pants 12-14 shirts; and Jody 13 Robert Starlingand
has to be the 'Twilight Zone' of child-rearing. months wears sixes 1-2. Trade Clark
But let's try to narrow this down to one specific problem which practically -
L sea..A,1, every parent encounters during the teenage years rebellion. We ClarkStarlingEngagement
need to try to understand them... notice I said 'try You see the)process of Community News... ToldMr.
rebellion Is natural. Almost everyone goes through a period;) of rebellion in
their life. For most people that period happens to coincide with teenage Annual Observance & Mrs. Teddy R. Clark of
Mr.& Mrs.Get urge Brown years. Puberty is feared almost like some terminal disease and in a way Of Dr. King Day Starke announce the engagement of
that's exactly what it is. The annual Dr. Martin Luther their daughter Tracie LeAnn, to
It's terminal in the sense that the relationship between parent and child King.Jr., Celebration will be held at Robert Earl Starling son of Mr. &
Mr. & Mrs. Geor W. Brown Is undergoing a change and will never be quite the name. That change involves 3 p.m. on Sunday Jan. 15 at RJE Mrs. Robert Glen Starling of
:ge this child becoming an adult oven though you wonder if humanity is Gymnasium.All Lawtey.
Celebrate 50th Ar ready for the 'adult' living In your homo. This change creates rebellion community church choirs are
iniversary which In turn creates friction. But the point in that rebellion Is not totally invited to participate in a joint com The wedding will be an event of

bad.Of munity choir.Beautification. 27 1989 at Northside Baptist
Mr. & Mrs. George W.-Brown of George and Margaret Brown have course when it goes to an extreme it is, but the idea of some rebellion Project... May Church.,
Starke were honored at a reception been active in many civic and social is actually healthy. They must form their own opinions and goals for life. The Concerned Citizens of
from 2 to 6 p.m. on New Year's Dayat clubs during their married life and Look... if you are having real problems with their rebellion then do our
their home on Kingsley Lake in these activities have resulted in a something about it. After all you still make the house payment. Besides community are having a The bride-elect is a students at
28 10
celebration of their 50th wedding an- host of good lasting friendships.GriffisPlasters they don't want to be in control as much as they appear to. The idea is if Project Day on January at Santa Fe Community College. The
niversary.Hosted you attempt to prevent them from rebelling at all, they explode away from a.m.Volunteers are asked to come out groom-to-be is employed by
by their children Norman you. But if you sit down and have certain standards which are not to be and involved in this worthy Franklin Company at DuPont.
&Margaret Rigdon and Rex &Diane violated, but will allow some freedom for them to learn who they really ject.get We will meet at RJE High pro
Brown along with their grand- are then enforce them. School. I
daughter Larry &Maureen Quigley To Marry Feb. 4 I'm not trying to over or under-eslimate the severity of your family con-
the reception was attended by: ap- Mr & Mrs. Merrill Griffis of flict. But it will help you to understand we all go through some rebelhon. If I
proximately 150 guests. Friends Starke announce the engagement of not in high school then in college work or In a marriage. As long as we Is Your Child Struggling with D's. Making C's '
from the Brown's high school days in their daughter Darlene Underhill guide them through it, we can breathe easier. The important thing is you
Indiana along with friends from Griffis to Greg A. Plasters son of don't want to lose them while in a state of rebellion. That hurts everybody. when he/she is capable of Making A's?
several cities in Florida were entertained Barbara S. Plasters of Gainesville.The I just had an Idea I Maybe those of us with 'perfect' teenagers and those
at this occasion. wedding is planned for Feb. 4 who have some with personalized seats in the dean's office at school could
o- The Browns were married Jan. 1, at the home of Bob&TrudiMcBride get together. We could form a kind of'Time Share'for parents of teenagersand TUTORINGCall
1939 at the W. Walnut Street Church 4015 N.W. 69th St., you could switch off occasionally. Better yet why not tell your son or
1 of Christ in Portland Ind. Besides Gainesville. A reception will follow. daughter tonight how much you love them. Even though they would never
j their daughter, Mrs. Rigdon they All friends and relatives are invited. admit it, that s what they really want to hear! 964-8594
". have one son, Rex Brown of Fayet-
o teville Ga., three grandchildren After 12:30: p.m.
4 and one great-granddaughter. They Alvarez-Rodgers
moved to Starke 30 years ago and in Grades K6DDME
ToldMr. : Specializing
r. operate Brown's Refrigeration Sera Engagement f 1
1 vice on Walnut St. & Mrs. Harold A. Alvarez of
Blr 1. Starke announce the engagement of
their daughter Lisa Kay to Stephen
Brad. Hospital Paul Rodgers, son of Mr. & Mrs. The Statue of Liberty was originally to be set up at the Suez Canal.
James H. Rodgers of Macclenny.The .
Auxiliary Meeting wedding will be an event of
'I"; Monday, Jan. 16 Feb. 11 at 7:30: p.m. at Northside
PatEdwardsdirectorofWomen's The bride-elect is a 1982 graduateof January 1989 Special "
Health Programs of Santa Fe Health Bradford High School and is
\! Care Systems will be guest speakerat employed in the Bradford County
the dinner meeting of Bradford Clerk's Office. The groom-to-be is a i qIt 1
s. Hospital Auxiliary at Western Steer 1980 graduate of Baker County High
\'f on Monday night,Jan. 16. School and is employed by Publix
c The dutch-treat dinner is at 6:30: Warehouse in Jacksonville.
'. .. p.m., with a meeting following at 7
.j. p.m. Child Care Services

-L"'. Now Sealed Taking bids to provide Bids subsidized .' Makes Bookkeeping{ a Snap !

Starke Church P-t God child care services in Alachua Dixie ,
Gilchrist Bradford and -, ,' .. ,
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musician from Alva. Fl.,will be con- Child Cre Inc., 1831 N.W. 13th St., r -Jf'LHl4) l ( / <;tloo't.r r vtrui \ ;
.-. ducting revival servies at the Starke Gainesville, ;Fla., until Friday, PERSONALIZED NAPKINS
Church of God beginning Jan. 15 at 6
March 3 1989 at 2 p.m. This will be RECORD
p.m.,continuing nightly at 7:30 p.m. for fiscal year 1989-90 under a Title .
I; I. through Jan. 25. XX Social Service Block Grant. With Your Invitation Order .
) Rev. Mason is a renowned speaker Specifications and bid packagesmay FITS ANY BUSINESS (See other side)
s and minister. The church located ate be obtained from the above address from the Masterpiece Wedding
.: 422 N. St.Clair St.,Starke welcomes or phone Peg Foust 373 8426. Collection'r O START ANYTIME
the community to worship, in these
Eo A bidders conference to provide .
revival services. There will be technical assistance in completingthe e SAVES YOU TIME
,. special singing and a nursery provided bid package will be held on
for each service. Wednesday Feb. 8 at 2 p.m. at the
ACCC's office. Written notice of In- a QUICK. ACCURATE, EASY
tent to( submit bids must be receivedby
?if Bradford VFW Feb. 3. Rights are reserved to re- WInn Dixie Plaza GOOD FOR INDIVIDUALS CORPOR-
ject any and all bids and accept 9648776rCLIP
89 Membershipc fr
those that best meet the re- ,
"i, Drive in ProgressThe quirements.

Bradford Memorial VFW Post all your Accounting Supplies, Call for i

1016 Is starting its 1989 membershipdrive. Immediate Delivery!

If you served in a hostile area,you
may be eligible. The VFW now 964-5764
recognizes duty in the Persian Gulf.
For those who served in the Persian
Gulf since July 24 1987 and who
received the Armed Forced Expedi-

tionary Medal they are now eligible Business Card
4., ,,- to join the VFW.
.c': Have pride in yourself, your com
munity and your country. Join the '
__, VFW. For further information callyyr Special
it' David Barber 964-5705 or Joseph
Daniels 9648501."j .
Our next meeting will be Jan. 19 at
7 p.m. In the Civil Defense building. 95
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--- Gospel Music Group FeaturedAt

Hope Baptist MondayHope

Baptist Church will host J.D. Come and join In for a great nighof
Sumner & the Stamps on Monday gospel music on Jan. 16. Hop
1 night,Jan. 16,beginning 7:30: p.m. Baptist Church Is located on Hwy 10
For more than fifty years the six miles south of Starke and 5 mile
Stamps have pioneered north of Keystone.
I rt many great
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2 rf things In the music industry. They
were the first gospel group to recordon
Jr M a major label and they have the Bible Mail Course
'rU world's lowest bass singer.
Offered For Kids
The group consists of: J.D.
Sumner, the lowest bass singer in There is still time for kids, grade!
the world as certified in the Guiness 2-7, to sign up for a Free Bibli '
Book of World Records. Tenor ex
Mailbox Course. All who complete -
traordinaire Steve Warren is the the 7 lessons by April 15 will receive '
vocal and music arranger and a special prize, a certificate FLU!
record producer for the Stamps.Ed discount for 1989 summer camp a !
Hill is a veteran baritone with beautiful Camp Gilead. "
one of the smoothest voices in all Don't miss out on the fun-hurrj
areas of music. Jack Toney is lead Anti enroll now Call 471-47H1'o..""' ;
singer with national prominence name, age, grade, parent or guar
which dates back to the early 1960s dian's name, zip & phone to CBM 0
with recordings and TV ap Ministries, Inc., P.O. Box 398.
pearances. The keyboard master isC.J. Keystone Heights, Fl. 32656.
REFRIGERATOR MUFFINS Algren, who is responsible forth
(Total cooking time: 2'A min.) instrumental backings. Free courses for teens and adultsare '"
also available. CBM Ministries 7.I
1 cup regular rolled oats fins--1 to 1'A minutes; 6 muffins Is non-denominational and has been
1 cup all-bran cereal -2 to 2Vi minutes. Refrigerate Estate Planning working in the area for 37 years.
1 cup skim milk buttermilk unused batter for up to a week.
Topic at MeetingWills
% cup packed brown sugar
/it cup vegetable oil Nutrient Informationper and Estate Planning will be
2 eggs ( serving 1 muffin) the topic of the educational trainingfor
1 cup ull-purpose flour Calories 195 Bradford County Extension Announcing...
1 tsp. baking powder Protein 3g Homemakers on Thursday, Jan. 12,
1 tsp. cinnamon Fat llg at 10 a.m. ...Jessica Joann Tyler
1 tsp. lemon peel Cholesterol 46mg David Giant,Asst.State Attorney, Randel & Diana Tyler announcethe J.D.Sumner and the Stamps
/a tsp. baking soda Carbohydrates 24g will be the guest speaker. Local birth of a daughter, Jessica
/2 tsp. saltCombine Sodium 89mg residents are invited to attend. The Joann, born Dec. 26 at Shands
Potassium 133mg Bradford Cooperative Extension Hospital in Gainesville. She joins Bradford Library
oats cereal and butter- Service provides educational ser- brother Jr., and sisters Recording ArtistTo
milk in a large bowl. Blend in brown Randell Closed MondayFor
vices without regard to race, sex or Amanda ida.
sugar, oil and eggs- Stir in remaining For additional information, write national origin.A Maternal grandparents are BirthdayThe Appear Jan. 15
ingredients, mixing until just for a free copy of the three-part Loraine Tyler of Starke and Calvin King At Middleburg ChurchFirst
moistened. Spoon batter into'paper- Nutrition for Fitness and Health of California. Bradford Public Library will
lined muffin cups or custard cups brochure series, to Whirlpool Cor- woman born in 1900 had a life Paternal grandparents are Erlene be closed Monday,Jan. 19 in obser- Assembly of God, in Mid-
filling half full.Microwave poration, Appliance Information expectancy of 35 year One born Tyler of Starke and Cecil Tyler of vance of Martin Luther King's birth- dleburg, will have gospel recording
at HIGH uncovered: 1 Service, Box 5551, Kalamazoo, MI today can expect to live to see 75 Waldo. day. artist Rick Dougherty in concert on
muffin-30 to 45 seconds; 3 muf- 49003-5551. and more. A Black American civil rights Sunday Jan. 15 at 7 p.m.
leader, minister and recipient of the Mr. Dougherty's unique music
Nobel Peace Prize in 1964,Mr. King ministry has been compared to such
was born in Atlanta,Ga.,on Jan. 15, artists as Doug Oldham and George
Bradford HospitalPresents 1929. He was assassinated at Mem- Beverly Shea. He has served as
phis, Tenn., on April 4, 1968. In 1983 minister of music in some of
the Music from the Congress approved HR 3706 America's largest churches and was
George Gershwin's Immortal Classic making his birthday a legal public the featured soloist for "CircusMaranatha"
holiday. Signed by President a Christian circus
Reagan on Nov. 2, 1983, it became troop.
PORGY AND BESS Public Law 98-144, setting the third "Kick has one of those rich,
Monday in January for the observance smooth voices that is very uncom-
of King's birthday. mon.This is a wonderful opportunitr
Don't miss the concert version of the box-office sell-out performed In Please call the Library at 9646400for to hear a trul great gospel concert,
Gainesville. .with the same nationally renowned cast! Hear songs like I'M,i \ more information about Dr.King said Pastor Grant.
Summertime* "I Got Plenty of Nothing".and"It Ain't Necessarily So" W W'i'i I' and other American heroes. periences Through Mr.many Dougherty painful has ex-

January 21. 1989. 8:00 p-m. I developed an ability to minister to
Bradford High School Auditorium Starke r'I I thehurst of life."In the early 1980s,I
lost my first son and my business.
Tickets are$5 general admission and$2 for students and children and era r, My faith in God was put to the test,
but God is always with us,"said Mr.
available at: '
Santa Fe Community College-Andrews Center Bradford Hospital t '' __ i* StarkeChurch Dougherty.The public Is invited to this special

Chamber of Commerce: Mitchdft Drugstore '- I of Christ concert. For more information call
Leilas Dress and Gift Shop fi 2824211. The church is located at
Corner Hwy 16 &McMahon
3165 CR 215 in Middleburg.
For more information call 964-5382 064-8594

word of Cod. UDC Meeting
presentation of Florida Arts Celebration Gainesville and Santa Fe ( i;, Jan. 16
Bible Study 10 am
Community College- Andrews Center .
I "Morning Worship *' 1 1 am' )Tha: W.T. Weeks;chapter;; of the
J r A Evening'Wecgjilp ji0 pm OUiRGrtrf meet onMqndaVuJanj!! \ 116at
Wednesday Evening*7t30 pm the Bradford Family Restaurant at
Bible Study 11 a.m. This is an important
business meeting and all membersare
James Cobb. Minister '
urged to attend.

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L. yr.d, J w Crime Watch Meeting SetCitizens I

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businesses, churches, says. For Instance, last Saturday a Bona) contacts between the county
and clubs must do their part In cut- string of businesses In the city and and city the two departments traded
ting down the Starke crime rate, county were damaged by BB gun useful information that may help
fvf says Acting Police Chief Bill Reno. pellets, he said. A suspect has not solve the crimes.
A 7 p.m. meeting is set today been established but through
(Thursday, Jan. 12)) In the Starke ci- See page IA
ty hall. It is called by Chief Reno to
start a Crime Watch Program in
Starke. All people concerned about There are 18 dedicated/qualified police officers

the local crime rate should attend employed by the Starke Police Department. It's

the public meeting to learn to do time they had the dedicatedqualifiedleadership
their part to prevent crime, says
Chief Reno.Officers they deserve.
M.r from the Gainesville
Police Department are scheduled to
attend, to add input to the meeting. Vote
Sheriff Kenneth Ethcridge says he
plans to attend the Crime Watch
meeting. Fighting the current crime Charles B. BelcherChief
wave, the most prevalent aspect of
which Is the drug problem, has beena ofPoUceStarke.
main tennant of Sheriff
Etheridge's campaign. Florida
"We'll have information to give
out on how to set it up," says Chief 4
Reno of the Watch Program. Chief
Reno wants to put citizens on watch Make Your Vote Count : y

fr1\ and get them to report suspicious January 24. J9891 b'
happenings they may see that may
be a crime.

Vest ol Block captains, chosen from each "When you vote for the next Chief of Police for
the Best.
area of the city, will meet at a later
Student from alloys,the lUte of Florida gathered In High School.tadente MlckI Becker(middle)on flute and date to set neighborhood watches. the City of Starke vote for experience. I was

Tampa Thursday,Jan.S to begin reheanal for the 1989 Karen Hodge(at right)on baritone represented their A captain will work with residents in certified as a police officer In 1973 and served
All-State Muck Festival. 8Choolln the Small! School: Honor Band. setting up a chain of com mand to>improve with the Hlllsborough County Sheriffs
Bradley Ball (at left of Bradford Middle School played After 13 communication if suspicious
hour of lute reheanal. band
for five
gave an activity is noted.According Department years. I have one year Junior
French: Horn In the Junior High All-State Band. Bradford
exciting performance Saturday. to Chief Reno, putting College in Police Science and Administration and '

Brooker Council Considers Special Electionby up watch signs isn't indicating enough than to deter an area crime.hasa 25 years experience as a manager/supervisor. I

"But if he knows he will be watched, graduated from the Tampa Police Academy and

Buster Itahn Brooker set qualification) dates in elected. if we can make him aware that he'll numerous management, human relations,
BCT Staff Writer late December to fill three seats on The council decided to look for a be reported" he'll want to go narcotics and I
City Attorney Johnny Hobbs told elsewhere, Chief Reno says. material/supply courses. was a
the town council,which expire at the willing appointee and
Brooker officials TuesdaYj Jan. 10, end of) February. Two Incumbents didate prior to setting a possible special elec-can- The chief is optimistic that the citv's Tech. writer and taught law enforcement for two
to determine crime
if election Sue Davis and tion. rate can be reduced if an
George This combination of and
years. experience
should be called to fill a seat on the effective watch program is in-
council that will become vacant qualified the third seat to succeed did not themselves attract ,but, In Other Action... stituted, if businesses take better education is what the citizens of this city I

March 1.Attorney. not even the incumbent anyone, C.J. The council signed a contract with security precautions, and if com- deserve."
Hobbs) suggested Mayor Stalnaker. Bronson TV Cable Co. to provide munication is improved with the
Blake Hamilton> may wish to fill the Lack of interest in serving on the cable TV to town residents. Sheriff's Department.Working Vote
vacancy by appointment, with con- council leaves the town government Tom Huelett,president of the firm together will help par- ChiefJf1ofPolice
sent of the council, but the interim in a guandry. The February 24 elec! said he expects to have some homes ticularly when similar crimes cross Charles B. Belcher
should be only until an election can tion Has been cancelled,since the", incumbents connected and receiving signals. by jurisdictional boundaries, Reno pd. pol. adv. ACI'A-17/771/19

are automatically re- April 1. .-..




their first outing since the holiday -
break, the Tornado wrestlers .
came up with a big win over '.
Gainesville High School Tuesday .
Jan.10,at the Tornado gym,to bring .. 1
the season record to 5-1. oJT"
"I thought we would be a little rusty .
said coach Brett Purdy, "butthe s- '- cottit)1:
'practices we had .
:" ';; tJ!} T'. P.'ebreak: helped us ou!" "KS, "' t- t' : t.ets
)| : : :
', :: ::' :; ,' l'\ ot ',
Bradford 60 Gainesville 15 : :
); ; I 01 e ....r" '4
John O.Williams is down to the 125 $ "
class and if David Lizenbeewrestles b.3SO tb-e ,\ ,
at ISO, nobody will be able \ S ot e\i'
to handle him, the coach said. Cb.eO ,needs ,,""""
P Ed Douglas had his best match so ve
far. "He wrestled a smart match.He Ne11s tom'Oti ver y
\ \
made the right moves and used bis a C
head. He did it right." .1o-ri'tb-e 1eee\.e .
"I am pleased with the perfor- OY'1e aria Clayhos :
mance after the long lay- ff. We did :" "
well. We looked pretty sharp," Pur ef J '(11).1.o '''
dy said.tOJFort.il. : ., .ea\e c1C3 '
t \
ou1: aria d9accep :
h.dhW.d nrLbN.by..$1t.1..N Bxa O
to Oolneivllle. ice: a tax's '
112-Cmofon1 defeated Filer 41.tlfr entn
.flf,pinned Oreen 4K. ..fig. apse ,

143--WIIII.n.M .k_won tied by. forfeit.._. atlfyi ... n
130: Jol \
... .. .ce1)el'
13*-Hamilton defeated by Montgomery f ;
14M1-Joob.on won by f..4.II.143tlpmund .ese i

Binned Meukk......3.90. : sees : ,' '
I 52-T"'bI." defeated by e1S: '
a '
t40-clt.nb..pinned Coroiono till. 8g '
171-OouoJoi pinned.WIlHMl I 3:33. 50"10 n ( o. nsto1 \: :
IM-Crawford won by Default.mHomllton 1 b : c
pinned Little 1:0*. b ou1 aSh
Hwt-Shofer pinned.Henry 1:211. ,ease sf y a
Today, Thursday, Jan. 12, the .11.creaS0 inc to sa.t wt '
Florida Deaf and Blind team will } She s is :

come to Starke for a return match. 01' ealerah p t .O'er ... ued i
The Tornados opened) the season .
with a 66-9 win in St.Augustine Dec. cO
6. ottS 01JPOt ..rou1:

Next Tuesday, Jan. 17, the Tor- gonl o J .\
nadoes travel to Ocala Vanguard to 'fb.e \1I.e apenaent: .
the at their home
meet Knights gym. ere our
Both matches will start at 7 p.m. ti1 ,d ,
with weigh-in at 6 p.m.ReExamine every namely as ,
e :
yt; .Yner

.. Eligibility SSI success. nage. tee .aria appiecc each sate enton :

's at ,
By Glenn Moore a
'US \
SSA District Manager. pa we to irC e
People who receive supplementary she wens is cour'
income (SSI) payments be \.
because they are 65 or older or blindor -.o-
disabled have their eligibility re-, Y o .c : CO Ve -n .
examined periodically, Glenn p11 to eve lives ,,
Moore, Social Security manager. In ess a; re: '
Gainesville,said recently. US
SSI Is a Federal program ad- i" '" d\i tie : L....'ef'
ministered by Social Security that : '" }1)! e : ens ecla C u
provides a basic cash income to people an cUSto1
65 or older or blind or disabled ",r' even have ana appsr '
who have little cash Income and lit- to ..1 ells;
tle in the way of personal property or) 'Y'
real estate. Money to make SSI '," .1.t\c ;tQ _-W 1e1 veage'
payments come from U.S. Treasury =, I'"" .. ....
general. funds, not) Social Security ..\ aj.' 01:1. -- "...3J. ,- ells :
taxes, Moore said. ''-1 u: w der r
The purpose) of the re-examination ',' '' : f Ce \1.e 1.t\C !
la to make sure the people receiving orl to"-e _.-
these payments continue to be eligible : .,1.1 L1 tS ,..-ei J_ 'm
and that they are getting the \/1.' :" r" Se
right amount in their check. ,. ," op' ells
The amount of the SSI payment :; ) __"1' i i' N .

depends on the other person's other ''" 1 'i''t: 01\: ari Z-01p3 I I
income and his or her living ar- % ,
esiaent 0"0"
People getting these >
!. rangements. :: :
payments are required to promptly 4 ,' ..lied,w 1 ? I
report any' change in their circumstances -. '
that can affect their "
payment rate or their eligibility., .r"
The periodic re-examinations area :.
part of the continuing process to _
make sure that SSI payments go only -
to those people who are eligible. .. S",
b ,1" ....,
Payments are stopped if a person ,,1' 1; 011, ...."
does not 'cooperate with Social\ 't. .., &O" 5.10. I '
# ...?
Security. tY 9... Ot.ttl : "., I '
:.K.1 .
For more Information about SSI or _- ..ill,. ...tJ,.. 1 ." 1'.1 I f. n )\

.,any Social Security program,.cali,
the Gainesville Social Security of ._ _.. .. .. ,.,.,.. "
"- _"" _iI!? ,,,..
fice.The telephone number in. Bradford ,' ?r'- "" '",
County u "'::1066:, '




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h' t i iI--T: : l Ladies Get Big Win

__j- : TflrTI Over Ocala ForestAn

1 ., J<:; .'. '
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r, ;.!. ,, aggressive man-to-man game, Coach Slater said, scoring 18
; ,. I, .OW'.; defense and
kept Ocala Forrest off points grabbing 16 rebounds,
.. "
I + h ,, .' k ,.' balance and the Lady Tornado five had two blocked shots. Monic
.. .. '",," nL ., got a District 5-3A win when it won Williams added 22 points and, An-
I : ,. 66-57 in a road game last Saturday nette Simmons 9.
.iIJi ." '' night.The. Evette Covington had 13 rebounds.
j '- ) :i' '" ;. t" :'. 1 win lifts the BHS girls to 7-1 Annette Williams had nine rebounds
'. ,:", Jt{;.:" ., ,,,'!, '"'.',''. over-all and keeps them atop and did an outstanding job
.. .." ,, 'V'C' '' ." Ad'1' : District 5-3A 'with a 6-1 district getting the ball out on the fast break.
."" ,' \" ,.,, ." .' ,.' .',,,; .'" record. Dana Norman and Laytara
"," \1)it ) Jackson did excellent jobs on
Most of the Lady Tornadoes'points
.' ,>J';./,':':- ,,,," came off the fast break,which than defense five points limiting each.OF girls to less
r1'r : Is the Coach John
reason Slater switched
OF beat the Lady Tornadoes by 19
to a man-to-man defense. "We
points In an earlier game when BUS
were able to man-to-
try our
had only six who
man offense only a dozen times. players were upset
over a rock-throwing Incident at OF.
What little we did get looked good"
or4HIli 14 I* ItI MII
Coach Slater said. _
II M 17

At the end of three quarters BHS 04445,1..1/...MOM. ....Me.1e.-M/4-1.W/111.4.I.Covli It-l/i-M.,> .Ml M/l A.fJmKMM .4-,
led 51-28. To OF's credit Coach ..trlM '-./.-... ......Ie< I..-.. Ar.WlllteM i I.0J..
Slater said, Inga Parker went on a Tot.l.i "'-../22...
rampage scoring 20 of 29. "Shecouldn't 0..1.l MrreM lnt r.tr 10,2.10/1IJ1. 1.KIM
.. ., ,. .
l IM/4-11 -'" .11.- Itaitw /-12.2.T..d.lla.4II11.17
miss from anywhere on the .
R ai court. However, it was too little too
'' f 4 I late. I think, also with a 21 point dead Upcoming...
r at the end of three quarters and hav- Today (Thursday, Jan. 12) the
ing dominated them defensively, we Lady Tornadoes travel to Santa Fe
lust let up. I hope we learned a for another Dist. S-3A battle. Friday,
i at no cost,"said Coach Slater. Jan. 13, BHS goes to Live Oak for a
Rhoda Bright had an outstanding non-district game.



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i or';, "''f\ ; JANUARY 24. 1989To
i o. vote for a person whose name Is printed on the
ballot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the
Up High for BUS... name of the person for whom you desire to vote.

. BUS forward Keith Jenkins" (up In the. air at left)goes high for a Jump bait Jenkins. with his left handed shot,has been deadly for BUS w far this__


(Term Expires 9-30-89))' Vote for One
t BUS Beats RaidersTornado
Jc t }l

} b. cagers went 78-56 by San- dull Hudson, who fouled out with
ta Fe High in a home game Friday about four minutes left had 7 points RICKY BENNETi'
yb Jan. 6, for an easy win. and 7 rebounds. Point guard John .yO I
t It put the Bradford High five in Berry, shooting from the outside on
the second game of a four game the left side, added 9 points. Blye
home stand, in at 7-3 for the season. had three 3-point shots, Berry one. JIMMY R. EPPS
BHS beat Ocala Forrest 93-63 Jan. 3. Still, Coach Rolland CummingsIsn't
satisfied with the consistency of V-
Upcoming... the Tornado play. Some of the incon- JOHN HODGES
The Tornadoes host Gainesville sistency, Coach Cummings said,
High this Friday, Jan. 13, and probably could be attributed to the REY': ,JM 89-1
Eastside High this Saturday night many different combinations of (AMENDrdG' CITY OF STARKE
Jan. 14. The JV games begin at 6:15: players he used. For instance, 6-6
p.m., the varsity games at 8 p.m. center Kevin Finch got in a lot of CHAW.FAKE:; THE CHIEF OF
Next Tuesday, Jan. 17, BHS goes playing time. PO" APPOINTED OFFICE)
to Lake Weir.Saturday The quick BHS team used a 2-3 ,
Jan. 21, Baker High defense, a little man-to-man, plus a The City .; Charter S6(0)( ) Is hereby amended to
comes to BHS. It will be the last full court trapping defense. read as fr' iii.. y1
home game before a four game road Coach Cummings was pleased Police CAu jolnted by City Commission. (A) The City
stand. with the win, but said; "Still,we can Com a: > .s empowered to employ and appoint a Chief
play better." ofJL Vr_.d a police force. The City Commission shalland
Three Tornado players scored in s..d15d1011 14 141 .l 7Iar..0.MOh .,.
regulate by ordinance the duties
: of
double 0 14 IT M II terms
_, .. I.. .o'. III. figures against Ocala Forrest ..dl.d $1.... ..... IIeory 1.1.0/5-O. a_'11.. dI1d salary of:all police .
as BHS led fairly comfortably all the _... 'III d j i"
\,1, ,: .. I.W/"" Mr """" W..d.U. >> ih \ OfceaJ s. j
.." way, including a 31 point fourth .!/.'. I-H. tMcy jMiklni. ..!/!.... Train. .. _. : It.d k I. s ill I N' I
..,J"" quarter explosion.Left .1.lp. .1/4.1.. Ch.HI./ Irawii J/M.. Tol.lji17.41120rt. toli Ii

.oJJ'iIKFH handed shooter Stacy Jenkins I.|M f.W...,.D.IM.H. W. ...-.. lOwiy W...,,.. For AgainstREFERENDUM
.' ,, { paved the BHS five with 18 points l-.-.. Ml lUUfiuii t..-.. IM Iwlt I,"1. Hf4t\m\
; ... and 9 rebounds. Pedro Carter had 17 (.lomoo !.!-./.... A.$... Wrt.ht ....1. _Ivl.
,. points and 5 rebounds. Eugene Blye tfrnuUInf*-...1.0..11 Dmk"._...II.-...DoWrt
... .
Hwrlil/ 0.11. ta474. Outitj".Mu. 89-2
\, had 13 points and 5 rebounds. Wen- ..O/J...T_.. 21.-".

Drive... Baseball Registration BeginsRegistration OFFICE OF POLICE CHIEF OF THE CITY OF STARKE
Eugene Blye drive the ball upcourt during a recent BUS game.Blye has been SHALL POSSESS MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AS POLICE
I a steady ball handler for the Tornados In '89. begins Monday Jan. their'own gloves. OFFICERS UNDER FLA. STAT. 943.13))
9, and runs through March 9 for Dix Players will be on the same teamas
JV Team Falls 5533For ie Youth sponsored by the last year with two exceptions: II a The City of Starke Charter S6(0)( ) Is hereby amended to add
Starke Recreation Department, ac- father coaches another team he may the following:
cording to Recreation Director put his child on his team; if there are Minimum
the first time this season, the iy forgot what they learned when Cheryl Godwin. more teams, in which case playerswill Qualifications for Police Chief: No person shall
junior varsity Tornado five was not they stepped over the in-bounds line, Dixie Youth is divided into two age be re-drafted by coaches. serve as Chief of Police for the City of Starke unless such
In contention as it lost 55-33 to 3-1 said Coach Henry Dunn. groups: Minor League, ages 7-10, Clinics are set March 6-9 for Dixie person has satisfied the minimum qualifications
Santa Fe High on the Bradford High The JV basketballers play at 6:15: and Major League ages 11-12. Dixie Youth teams at Pratt Street Field. requirements for police officers pursuant to S 943.13
court last Friday night, Jan. 6. p.m. preceding varsity games. Boys baseball is for ages 13-14. A Minor League practice time is from Florida Statutes.
The BHS JV five is now 1-2. It lost 'mHar. ,Hlgk' a 4 in 11 ._ MOcl copy of a player's birth certificate is 3:15 4 p.m., Majors from 4:15.5

lost by one point to Macclenny in a I....,/tamM."' Mll. .>. ctaranc* Willi.II ...a ..U./-19.., All.M needed to determine the proper age p.m.The
pre-Christmas road game, then won ........ ....., Mvlit !._ .'/.'. tfrrt ..'-111.'. group.A draft of new players Is set For Against
by two points over Ocala Forest in a Ck.n4... 1111.T_.. ll.l-t/14-tl. fee is $23 Is required this year. March 9 and will be posted the
....... _....... .. ,.
nip and tuck contest on the home 0..1.. J .111/ IC "Ie $10 will be refunded when the player following day at Pratt Street Center
2.2-L1 If. HoI .1/ -(. CwMlfl4t. .. McUol
floor. M/l-4, FemMr .../.., .1.1.- lent returns the pants and stirrups of the and the Recreation Department Of
But last Friday, the JV boys simpCrimeWatch. l--l.T...... 1.-''/''-''. uniform. Players may keep the cap fice. Or,call the Rec Dept.964-6792
and jersey. Players must provide March 10 from 8:30 a.m. to noon and Winning Tennis Instruction

... from page 7A 5 p.m.For more questions, call Ms. God- $10 per hour OR learn with a friend for $5 each.

Ultimate goal of Chief Reno is to asked Starke commissioners to nest way to lignt crime. win at the Rec. Dept., 964-6792. Call Mark at 473-4380 or 964-6305
make the City of Starke unpopularwith think about requiring two clerks on Installing cameras, reducing the
lawbreakers. the midnight shift in convenience amount of cash kept in a store,using Current students include I KHHS team members.
"Rather than play catch-up my stores. The two clerk proposal by smaller advertising signs on win- I ,1,1I
goal is to bring Starke into a preven- Wall, similar to one in Gainesville, dows and instructing clerks not to go I
tive situation, he says. That includes has prompted Miller Enterprises, outside at night to empty trash or
making it harder for people to attack operators of the Starke Handy Way sweep the parking lot are some of Candidate .
lone clerks working in badly lit con- Stores, to improve security Chief the measures now being im-
venience stores. Reno said.The firm opposes the two plemented in stores In Bradford and VOTE CHIEF OF POLICE XETS

City Commissioner Ed Wall has clerk proposal, saying it is not the Union Counties, Reno said. JANUARY 24 Vote 'The.People's Choice"' ;?gip WORK


\ \ I / / You Can Receiue this VOTE JimmyJanuary UNITED.

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/ I I >> \ rooms comfortably. MY PROMISE,TO YOU'I

You ..... '. WILL work with all other law enforcement agencies to "STOP"
Reclevg Heaters. Gas and "1' h5-" Five Year I the drug problems

Complete Installation For .. .' ..._... _. WarrantyAutomatic and will continually search for ways and means to assist people who want to stop
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t (REH-15)) IgnitionInstallation I WILL SUPPORT the citizens crime watch program. .

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Ron Denmark Self-Storoue will hold a ;,
if No. 88-11J-CP F. SMITH has made application THE LAND USE PLAN
Division 1-3991 to the Bradford County Zoning a An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive .public auction of. I
'IN RE: ESTATE OF Planing Department for reclassification Land Use Plan Element and Bin Number 34. belonging to Kathy
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Execution Issued out of County Courtof EDITH S. JOHNSON KUESPERT of the property described below from, Map by City of Sta,'''., Florida In accor N Sale \1. j
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD. Bradford County Florida pursuant Deceased. RSF-MH-1 RMH.P.: 15.56 oc., Parcels In dance with the local Government Comprehensive will take place ot 2117 N. TempleAve. /
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. a Final Judgment for DuPont Mining NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Sec. 26008050-00800 and In See. Planning Act of 1975 as provided ..Stark., on Saturday, Jan. 14 1989. '
PROBATE DIVISION Employees' Credit Union and against administration of the estate of 35-00821-0-00800 Twn. 6 South Rng 21 for In Chapter 163 of the Florida at 9:00 am
CASE NO. 88.93.CP Darryl C. Halle, defendant In the Edith S. Johnson Kuespert deceased East. Located three miles West of Statutes.TO Conlrol0939 I
FILE NO. 1.3972IN amount of 3556.03 together with costs File Number 88-112.CP, Is pending. the Starke, South of Hwy 100 onto S.W. 11th ALL CITIZENS Taxpayers and other 2tchg 15.$1IN
RE: ESTATE OF of collection. Circuit Court for Bradford County St., go 2 miles South, will be on East and Interested persons.
JENNIE FERDA Have seized and have In my po....- Florida Probate Division, the address of West sides of S.W. llth. k.a. Sampson You and each of you are hereby and THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD)
Deceased slon the following described personal which Is Post Office Drawer B, Starke, Trestle Road. To b. used for Recreational herewith given notice In accordancewith COUNTY FLORIDAPROBATE
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION property to-wlt: Florida 32091 The names and addressesof Vehicle (RV) Park and Cam Florida Statutes that the Board of DIVISIONFile
An Order of Administration of the 1978 BMW, ID 5439450As the personal representative and the pground.This City Commissioners of Starke, Florida No: 88.111.CP
Estate of JENNIE FERDA deceased Co. the property of the above named personal representative's attorney are proposed change In classification have designated the Starke Zoning and Division 1-3990
Number 88.93-CP, hat bean entered by defendant and that on Tuesday the 17th set forth below. Is subject to a public hearing to be held Planning Board to conduct a public hearing IN RE: ESTATE OF
the Court in this proceeding now pen day of January 1989 at two o'clock on Interested' persons are required to before Bradford County Zoning Board on at a regular meeting held at 7:00 MARTHA R. KODATT
ding In the Cllcult Court for Bradford said day on the premises of the Bradford file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON. Tuesday January 31, 1989 at 7:00 p.m. p.m. 'In the City Commission meetingroom Deceased
County, Florida Probate Division, th. County Jail I will offer for sale and sell THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS at the Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke City Hall Stork, Florida NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
address! ol which Is Bradford County to the highest bidder-for, cash In hand NOTICE: ((1)I all claims against the estate 209 N. Thompson Street Stark. Florida.At on Thursday January 26, 1989 and administration of the estntit of
Courthouse. Stork, Florida 32091. the above described property of said and ((2)) any objection by an Interested this time, all persons, both for and make a recommendation to the City of MARTHA R, KODATT deceased File
Th. names and addresses of the defendant to satisfy the aforesaid ex person on whom this notice was served against this proposal shall be heard as Stark Commissioners and the Board Number 88-111-CP' Is pending In the Circuit
representative and the personal personal ecution. that challenges the validity ol the will specified In the Bradford County Zoning will consider on Tuesday February 21, Court for Bradford County Florida,
representatives attorney or. set forth Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff the qualifications of the personal' Codes. 1989 at the some said place at 7.30 p.m. Probate Division the address of which Is
below. Bradford County Florida representative, venue, or jurisdiction of The Zoning Board will make a recommendation on Ordinance relating to: Post Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida
All Interested persons are reaulreH to 4tchg 12/22.1/12 the court. to the Bradford County Commission The rezoning of the following described 32091. The names and addresses of the
III* with this court WITHIN THREE MON Control 0928 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT on this application at their property and amending the Comprehensive personal representative and the personal
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. prescheduled hearing to be held Land Use Plan to providethat representatives attorney are set
NOTICE: ((1)) all claim.against the estate, PUBLIC NOTICE Publication of this notice has begun on Wednesday February 15, 1989 at 7:30: 'land currently zoned R1C and forth below.
and ((2)) any objection by an Interested Notice of Proposed January 12, 1989. p.m., In the Commissioners Room of designated by the plan as Single Family Interested persons are required to ::
person to whom this notice was mailed Tariff RevisionsFor Personal Representative: Bradford County Courthouse, Stark, Medium Density, be rezoned to B-2 and file with this court WITHIN THREE MON ,
that challenges the validity of the will Access ServiceTo Annie Lou S. PritzP. Florida. At this time the Bradford County designated Community Commercial the THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS I
th. qualifications of the personal Customers of O. Box 14156 Commission' will make the final decisionon property of BRADFORD COUNTY BOARDOF NOTICE: (1)) all claims against the estate I
representative, venue, or jurisdiction of Central Telephone Company Gainesville, Fla 32604 the proposed application' after having COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, described and ((2)) any objection by an Interested "
th. Court. Florida Attorney for Personal two public hearings, advertisementand as follows: person on whom this notice Is served ; I
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Notice Is given that Central Telephone RepresentativeCHANDLER : posting. All persons Interested In Parcels 03029..00000. 03449.0.00000, that challenges the validity of the will ::
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Company of Florida has filed revisions GRAY LANG this application are hereby given noticeof 03450-0-00000, 03451-0-00000 the qualifications of the personal :.-
Publication ol this notice has begun on under Centel Telephone CompaniesTariff HASWELL & ENWALL. P.A. time and place for the two public 03455-0-00000, In Section 28, Twn. 6 S.. representative, venue or jurisdiction of
January S, 1989. FCC No. 1 for access service with Post Office Box 23879 hearings required. Rng. 22 E.. Lots 3, 4, 11, 12. 13. and 14, of the court.
P.rsonalRepresentative: the Federal Communications Commission Gainesville Fl. 32602 Director, Block 14 of Livingston Truby S Company ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT I
JOSEPH FERDA on December 30, 198B to become ((904)) 376-5226 Zoning & Planning Subd. at 329 N. Church Street,In Northeast SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
57 Madison Street effective April 1. 1989. Conlro.09..3. Bradford County Slarke for medical and environmental Publication of this notice has begun on :
The purpose of this tariff filing is to Control 0946 services.
1/12.19 5, 1989.
Woodrldge, N.w 07075 21chg January ,
far Personal Jersey revise certain terms, conditions and Itchg 1/12 You are further given NOTICE that a Personal RepresentativeJerry .
rates under which Access Services are copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is Kodatt Jr.
JOHN Representative H. JONES: ESQUIREP. provided as required by F.C.C. Rules, 47 NOTICE OF BID available for your Inspection at the office 3229 Fair Oaks Avenue
O. Drawer 1030 C.F.R., Part 69. A copy of the tariff filing The Bradford County Board of County NOTICE of the Director of Zoning and Planning Tampa Florida 33611
Is posted and may be Inspected at theCompany's VARIANCE FROM TERMSOF City Holl.,209 N.Thcmpson Starke,
for PersonalRepresentative
Starke. Florida 32091 office located Commissioners will open sealed bids on ,. Attorney
at 1313 Blair Florida.
904 964-5701 Monday February 6, 1989 at 10:00: a.m. : I
Stone Dr., Room 208 Tallahassee, CRAIG R. WIESER has made written request Each and
Control 0934 In the County Commissioners Room at every person having any Interest DONALD '. LINSKY, ESQUIRE
Florida. for a variance from the terms of whatever In the enactment of this AND LINSKY
1/5-12 the Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, LINSKY
2tchg Control 0941 Florida, for a: the Bradford County Zoning Regulationsfrom proposed ORDINANCE should appear 1509 B Sun City Center I
IIchg 1/12 2SOOOGVWR Conventional Cah/Chassls size of yards and open spaces in and be heard at the time and place Sun City Center Fl 33570
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO For lubrication Service Body RSF-I 1 Classification on Parcel prescribed. Fla. Bar No. 265853
06050-0 oo. Sec 26, Twn. 8 South BOARD OF
City 634.5566
REGISTER for the County Road Department. For Telephone ((813))
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF SALE Rng. 22 East located on Santa F. Lake Of Starke CommissionersBy Control 0937
of the
copies specifications or questions
Pursuant Section Florida. FOR NON.PAYMENT any and off S.E. 41st Terrace In Bradford Darrell O'Neal' Director 1/5.12
to 865.09 regarding this bid please contact 21chg
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that th.und.r'lgned. OF STORAGE UNIT Mr. J.B. Crawford Superintendent of the County. Starke Zoning ft Planning /'
Notice Is hereby given to This written petition will to the Itchg 1/12
pursuant go
George Houston Sr., andGeorge Road Department at ((904)) 964 6280, ext.
Florida Statutes 83.806 that Jon. BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
Houston, Jr., 7625 Grand Mesa on 20 249. Seated bids can be mailed or handd.llv.red I
1989. II a.m., a sale will be held at Bldg for hearing. JANUARY 31,
Circle, Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 to the Bradford County Courthouse
1. Unit 11, Starke Mini-Storage, 800 S. 1989. Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. at CITY HALL
lolnt owners, doing business under the Clerk of Court P.O.: Drawer B,
Walnut St., Starke, Fl., 32091 phone STARKE FLORIDA for their aulharlz.dh.arlng
firm name
of Houston's, P.O. Box 1292 Starke, Florida 32091.
964.8820. This sale involves of for
property for this written petition
Melrose, Fla. 32666 Intends to THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS.
the following tenants and what Is believed variance and decide the question.This HI>
fictitious name under the aforesaidstatute. SIONERS RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT LAMP OF STARKE
be stored.John JESUS
to : Is a public hearing and all Interested
Pappas. P.O. Box 1235 Starke, notice of
are now given CHURCH
parties OF GOD
Dated this
16th day of December FOR THE 28000 GVWR CONVENTIONAL ,
Fla., 32091 boxes
; of products, and of
paper time place hearing.
1988 In Bradford County. table.A CAB/CHASSIS FOR LUBRICATION SER- Darrell O'N.al 01,. ITues. Sat. 10-5:30): 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 I

Control OW9 4pd 12/22-1/12 sale of the entire contents of unit VICE BODY. BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING e locally hand made crafts John Spratlin, Pastor I''
will be made to the highest bidder If no WILBUR L. WATERS. Control 0945 woodworks We Invite you to worship, with us. II llC
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE bidder, the sale will be conducted pursuant CHAIRMAN Board 1tchg 1/12 ,
Notice hereby given that I I. Dolph E. to rental agreement between oc Of County Commissioners home grown frozen blueberries Attended Nursery

Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County cupant and owner RAY NORMAN consignments accepted ((20%) SundqySdhool ... .... ..,........ lOam
and of Writ of Clerk to the Board mlraWorahlp .. Ham ,
Florida, under by virtue 2tchg 1/12-19 For
more information call ;;. ;' ...'
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Management & Staff s Nero ,......" .
Service HWY 301 North onpoiti' '.,,,.of' Monuments 951-2323
windows the..' Karen McMonlgle 218 N. Temple Ave. I
964-8278 964.7500 4 we. counted' tut d. 301 S. 964-5757 AGENT Starke R
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"Your complete Buy Here Pay Here y of 'tie urmn M'liopf', <) your church regularly "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"
fir cio.n, ant other ''
eyeglass'center" 1320 N. Temple Ave..: down man, itieelfor 987 N. TEMPLE AV. '

103 Edwards Rd. .964-8588 964-7783 wOflrjerjolH.it.i ,tew toys ", N. Temple 964-7061 964-6111
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DOUGLAS BATTERY OF JONES FUNERAL HOME'DlsttVubhed. L Y t was swiftly, an" H empty they,lot..,.. Lewis Timber Co )

S8Mc.FofOwHI5OYeafl y left ,to ,the weeds, ,
STARKEWe Caring *.
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rebuild starters alternators -' d ...UK to a c'Cut Hwy Ii

& Generators Steve and Cindy. Futch ,; 1 to thingt ou Don,trial ir of'act...". I,
I = S tiappnet* and ,toy 964 6871
Auto Marina Cycle Batteries Starto 9644200 = F4 .amty ,no IOng'ng I ;,
473-3176 G1 snow avn O.m.1 "
407 N. Temple 964-7911 Keystone Heights ro IP gutter in one ,
vi ne'(jftboft and ... I
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feeling thai binds' ,

,Andrews Drugs F Community State Bank week Vint ard your..PI"church... ., & Consignments AUTO SALVAGE :

'''For All Your Pharmacy Needs' ol Starke '.,_ .' 9648061'a off 100 S. toward Keystone. We Buy Junk Salvageable Can
,, on 24th Ave., follow sigN.Eves. .
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Servlc'esOffice are the best place in I
We Care far Child Like
964-6600 "Worship this week and every week Superior your ]
8 Typing Service of All to take a leak" You Would" 1
at the church of choice"
24 HRXlVredker Service your '
:CUstom made systems 1.018 N. Temple 964-6461 1837 RalfordaRd. 964-7777 HWY Temple Ave. 964-681O 643: N. Walnut a 8046733DRUG ; ,

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BANK Sales & Service OLD FASHIONED' ,

Directors & "All the right parts In all the 206 W Madison & US 301 l
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Secrets of the Past. .

Indian Mounds Reveal Ancient Bones, Traces Of Another Cultureby

Rosier has a complete skull, he took in his conquest." "If we can determine the locationof
Joe Gissy several jaw bones with teeth intact, The Spanish explorer conqueredthe a village we hope to be able to
BCT/UCT Staff WriterIn loose teeth and other bone Indian villages he encounteredand determine if DeSoto was there," he ta
an effort to thwart the locationof fragments, which he says came captured the Indians for slaves.If said. *
a hazardous waste treatment from the mound. Spanish artifacts can be found "Arrowheads can be dated by the _
plant in Union County at Ellerbee The bones were taken to the along with the Indian artifacts in the quality of construction and size and
Curve, just north of Kaiford Florida State Museum by Wilkinsonin remains of destroyed villages, that "About 900/ A.D., the Indian
residents of the area have come August of last year, for identifica would constitute proof that DeSoto tribes became more agricultural,
forth with knowledge of a myriad.of passed that way says Johnson. and so became less dependent on
old Indian burial mounds. tion.Ken Johnson, archaeologist at the Some of the oid trails linking Indian hunting Johnson said. This led to a
Clifton Rosier, who has lived in museum has tentatively identifiedthe villages are evident, but the lesser degree of workmanship in the
location of the themselvesare tools used for hunting consequently,
northern Bradford County along relics! as probably being villages
New River since 1930 when he was prehistoric Indian. not known, according to the higher quality workmanship is
about 12 years old, has known about "Dental wear and morphology are Johnson. See- -- PUB 7B
the mounds for years, and had actually very consistent with prehistoric Indian ... .. ..
dug into one of them several ," he said.Johnson .
years ago. also says the bones represent
Since about 1986 Florida law prohibits at least nine different people,
digging into any ar- and possibly as many as thirteen, ....f'
chaeological find that may have ranging in age from about four to 40. e::' ''
historical significance, so further The teeth in the skull have been =-
exploration of the mounds is now worn to an almost flat surface, indicating 4 t1 "1w I
restricted to qualified and licensed the age of the person at ,
scientific research personnel.J. death.Since food being eaten by the .. .. .,
L. Wilkinson and Johnny Grif- primitive peoples was not as cleanas ;-k :
fis, both residents on the Union we are accustomed to today, the ,.7 t Y fk
County side of New River, have also sand and grit consumed with it caused Q i
known of the mounds and have col- the excessive wear evidenced on __ )
lections of Indian tools, flint ar- the teeth. '
rowheads and broken pottery they Also,no cavities are evident in any c.
have found and picked up from their of the many teeth. This is explainedby '.
fields and around the area over the the lack of exposure to sugar in f} 'J I
years. the diet of the primative peoples. \

Mounds Revealed... Search For DeSoto... 1L J 1-

Last Friday the three and Dean Johnson has been working In eo ',... : ; '. I
Traylor, who has family ties to the Bradford,Union and Columbia counties -' ,''lI 't' p ,
area, led reporters from The for several years,exploring and .:." ." ,, Ancient Ancestors...
Gainesville Sun, The Bradford searching for Indian villages, in an '
.. ..", :;;O'l,'; Clinton Rosier of Bradford County examine the...un and other bone
Telegraph, and a news team from attempt to find signs of early . .;'. I ;t. : -
WJXT Channel 17, Jacksonville, to Spanish conquest."It ., .I -...', ".' fragment he found In an ancient Indian burial mound several yean ago.
the site of the mounds in the northern is thought that Hernando .,\...,..,. .'. The bone have been Identified. being those of prehistoric Indian and
reaches of Bradford County.Mr. DeSoto passed through the area in 'k f-..R: ', ',." they are from an Individual age-3040.The fragment may represent a*many
Rosier pointed to a slight ex- 1539 said Johnson. 'We are looking a. 13 different people. t
cavation in the top of one of them for traces of his passing through :
saying,"That is where I dug Indian villages, and hope to find i
the skull. evidence that would prove the route
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Super Songs, Outstanding Cast Present "Porgy and Bess" Here Jan. 21

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Music from George Gershwin's will be presented in concert ut the 6 p.m. The performance is sponsored company. The role of his wife Bess is will sponsor a chicken pilau country
popular opera. "Porgv: and B.-ss", BUS auditorium Satunlnv' "In. 21 at by Bradford Hospital and co- sung by Eliza Graham, assistant supper from 2-7 p.m. in the BHS
presented by the Santa Fe Com professor of music at the Universityof cafeteria prior to the Porgy and rdw
munity College Andrews Center. Florida, who has sung the role for Bess concert in the auditorium.Sup-
CONCEALED FIREARMS The music, featuring such well- ten years.A per tirkp i are !*i
loved songs as "Summertime", "I highlight of the program will be r
Got. Plenty of Nothing", and "It\ the presentation of a $2000 scholar-
CLASSESLicensed ., '
N. i ilv S< will l I.- ship to a minority student of SFCC in
presented. by a national cast, Including honor of Guy Andrews,who has pro- 1 1k
Instructors $ two principals who have vided scholarships for many Noted Cast... r l
Instructors afTlllulrd with NRA and sung with the Metropolitan opera, students in the past. Ccnhwln'"Porgy and +
Criminal Justice and Training and a chorus of singers from the Tickets are on sale locally at$5 for George .
Commission Ben"will be presented here by
:f e Gainesville communilf. The role of me general puimc lUlU > Certificate Issued "Strawberry is sung by students. They may be obtained national cut of fine linger I
Upon successful completion of per personclass. Alice Hudson, a Starke Elementary from the Andrews Center, the Brad- 0TM : ,
teacher who has sung opera in ford Hospital, Mitchell's Drug Store ;
Classes consist of 3 hours of classroom 1 hour on-range several productions. The loading and Leila's. For further information -
role of Porgy is sung by Sam Stevenson call 9645382.
.... CALL 964-2352 OR 431-1301 "". ... of the Charlotte, N.C. opera The Bradford HoM.HnI\ \ AI.M', ,

Amnesty WeekAnnounced

Winn-Dixie At Public Library

Stash'em in the bookdrop or
return them in plain brown wrap-
The staff of the Bradford County
Public Library doesn't mind Just as
long as overdue books are returned.
Library Director Sue Crum an-
nounced that library patrons can en-
joy "Amnesty Week/January 916.
ALL _SIZES We are starting the New Year off
right. Patrons will not be charged
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINff DIXIE LOCATION: fines for overdue books during this
STARKE week, said Crum.
J January and it is very important to
account for every book.
We haven't had an Amnesty Weekin
five years. Hopefully many of the
"tOU. titles we desperately need for our
'MotUUNG I fOR ll collection will. be returned, said

\ t'Ri pRICES LOW Crum.The fact that many books are no
AE \' -oS \ TO KEEP longer in print and replacement
WE WORK Q costs for hardback titles far exceed
HOW original costs explains the libraray'splea.
searches Please call the library at 964-6400

\Vinn-Dixie : 9 Amnesty If you have Week.any questions regarding

for the prices
Solar Energy Group

possible productswe Forms in Florida

for the Spurred by portents of the
LB greenhouse effect and concerns
purchase ;about the nation's energy policy, a
group of Floridians are organizing a
bUY by state chapter of the American Solar
we railcar W-D HANOI-PAa 1, :3 or S LB. PKO. Energy!: Society. The Florida
truck or GROUND BEEF 98 :Chapter: will hold its first meeting in
... LA mid-January at the Florida Solar
Energy!: Center in Cape Canaveral.
load According to organizers Renee
W-D BRAND US. CHOICEBONELESS Bassist and Herb Beatty, the group
quantity :omprises people interested in lear-
TOP SIRLOIN ning more about solar energy, protecting
purchasing .C/IOICI the environment, or playingan
wee k. in STEAK active part in promoting the use
priCes of safe, dependable renewable
oW out. Like energy.
week The American Solar Energy Society -
and working 297 is a national organization headquartered -
are in Boulder, Colo. It is
yoU:, we your UI. :leveled to the development of
renewable energy sources which are
har g .. .. vital to the long-term survival and'protefcUon
11mdollars ,.. '
"...t." 'b a. r r; 'ti>DBRANDtl.S.-CHOICE.',' :' bf the environment. The
sh BONELESS. Society uses an open form to discuss
current and proposed energy
.. 0 farther. CHUCK ROAST technology and policy.
Those interested in joining the
DiffERE"CE organization can contact Beatty at
SEE tBE e S227 9509 My Way Lane SW, Ft. Myers,
tOU'BE G01HG 10 D.a. tloia Fl. 33907, (813) 4892793.

AFC Michael Roush

Stationed in Nevada

D o LI t LOMI PRIG !VlRYDAY Pa c! Air Force Airman 1st Class
t I.Ow Michael R. Roush, son of Ray and
q f Maria M. Roush of Lake Butler, has
__ arrived for duty at Nellis Air Force
1' RtWYgH/AISE I 1 I Ej Base in Nevada.
Roush is an aerospace ground
equipment mechanic with the 474th
a Equipment Maintenance Squadron.

Sgt Vicki Smith
HOEE.AALICH Named Outstanding
BAKED Administrator of YearAir
HAM Force Tech. Sgt. Vicki L.
rfiaa"Zr Smith,daughter of Robert and Edith
Riley of Mt. Morris, 111., and EvelynC.
Powell of Hampton, has been
38'8 named outstanding senior enlisted
administrator of the year for the
LB YlAYDAwW Y 110th Bombardment Wing.
Smith is technical administration
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Maintenance Squadron at K.I.
DOMESTIC Sawyer Air Force Base in Michigan.
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Environmental 'Expert... Speaks Here Tonight I OFFICE MANAGER

Ity Mark Kriedlin Educated In Cambridge, England, Johnson at 664-4288. wherever you go" Mrs. O'llrinnt- WANTEDfor
and at Dartmouth College In New According to Mrs. O'Hrlnnt- Johnson said. "We also should begin
neT Starr WriterDr. Hampshire, Dr. Connctt Is currently Johnson, some of the subjects of to write letters to our representatives well established
Paul the National firm. Must
Connell a professor of chemistry al St. particular Interest which will be about this problem. This
Coordinator for the "Work on Waste"Foundation Uiwrcnrc University In Canton New covered by 1>r. Connctl also Include: country Is In crisis and our future be experienced in all of
will be giving a speech York alternatives to hazardous waste nnd our children's future In In crisis. types
bulling Thursday, at the KOA. An expert on dloxlns. Dr. Connctt How to handle hazardous waste Only we, the American citizens the office duties. Excellent
/ In Sturke argues that "toxic waste Is now today Theoretical problems and the power of knowledge In our hands,
Dr., Connftt's speech begins at 7 becoming an ethical Issue. We differences between theory and can make this country a cleaner\ and opportunity for the right
p.m and oil environmentally activeor cannot continue to run a throwaway reality; What "they" don't tell you better place to live." person.
concerned. Ill/ens arc urged to society on a finite planet. We are upfront; Regulatory agencies that do .n.r. Co"nclt Is here at the In.vltnUlln Send resume to:
attend.Dr. leaving our children an Intolerable not do their Job: a video of a new group founded by
Connell will speak on legacy of polluud air and water, documentary of hazardous wasteIncinerator Mrs. O'Urlunt-Johnson called "U-
"Alternatives to Toxic WasteIncineration" overflowing garbage dumps and communities and CAN" (United Christian Action
at the KOA Clubhouse. wastefully exploited resources. finally, a discussion period with an Now", which she describes as a OFFICE MANAGERP.O.
which IH located on U.S. 3OI South.Dr. There arc alteriuillves nnd If we act opportunity to ask Dr. Connelt Christian Oulrcarh" to address
Connelt hits given over 400 together, we can work toward questions about the topic. Issues of environmental, social and DRAWER A
prtsenlatlons on the topic of waste, solving the problems." "Share this Information with spiritual concern to all people.See .
nC'luclnlappc'.r..nees\ on the For more Information on the friends, neighbors, church, civic STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
"Donahue1' the"MurNctl-Urhrvr" meeting, call Sandra O'Urlant- organizations and talk about It Pace 4R
news shows.Trees.


Away '.. ,.\> INSPECTED U.S.D.A. RE ,ter
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For Arbor DayTen ..' ...\ ,'.,. 9-11 LB. AVG. IRS :. a
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8 A M.
free live oak trees will be ; m ALL
given to each person who joins the ? If > % FRYER Tli ace

National January Arbor, 19119 Day Foundation during /1).. '" .... 11 P.M. FLAVORS

The free trees are part of the non- :; ,.' _
.J "", "".,
profit Foundation's efforts to encourage .\ \, ", : LEG SOPERBRANDICE
America.tree planting throughout ", q ;- HICKORY HOUSE

spreading"These evergreen magnificent trees will wide-be QUARTERS SLICED BACON CREAMHALF

picturesque additions to your landscape -
John Rosenow, the Founda
tion's executive director, said.
"They were selected for this cam-
paign because of the shade and
special beauty they will give your
home. Live oaks grow rapidly when
young and may live to be centuries
The trees will be shipped postpaid
at the right time for planting bet-
ween Feb. 1 and May 31,with enclosed -
planting instructions. The 6-12"
trees are guaranteed to grow or they GUANTIRESE Tr RIGHTS
will be replaced free of charge.To ,WED-..-
become a member of the Foundation .-,-
and to receive the free trees, PRICESTHURS GOODWED

send a $10 membership contribution .-, ,.
to TEN LIVE OAKS, National Arbor
Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., JAN. 12-1 8, 1989
Nebraska City, NE 68410, by LB. LB. GAL.

,January 31,1989.SantaFe .

"Computer Technology: Applications -
and Implications for Clinical
Nursing Practice," a national video ,yAnJE.TY9UA1ITY"SELECT: "
conference, is being offered by San MARKET : LEANBOSTON

Jan. 17,2:30-5.30: : p.m.
FAAN. will identify information PORK CHOPS. u O ?z;
needed for computerized medical SELECT LEANBOSTON
systems that can facilitate the nurs- $
ing process. 98CCtUCKlN BUTT $1 77 $157

Key discussion areas will include PORK STEAK . u
the admission.. ,and discharge process LB. LB. LB.
I assessment of I patients, : SLICED'
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? (gar 97 "
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ment of standards of care and quality i. w-o '
assurance activities. or FRANKS ENDLESS LINK $5 99' CHOPS -

Cost of the conference is $59 per SMOKED SAUSAGE inW.D .__ '
person or$49 per person in groups of ,l i
four or more.The conference will be MILD, POLSHA or HOT I "
held at the Conference Center, 800 ENDLESS LINK $99 r' $187 $369HARVEST

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Collectors Day a ...nr,,..,_, I 1 1I k' FRESH

At Fla. Museum

Antique microscopes, Indian I PRODUCEI
jewelry, rocks and minerals, and Nlw cl I
marbles are only a few collections .narur Al
that will be on display at the Fla.
Museum of Natural History's Tenth
Annual Collectors Day on Sunday, FRESH FLORIDA
Jan. 15 from 1-4:30 p.m. TEMPLE'ORANGES
More than 70 exhibits will feature ,
souvenirs', memorabilia and anti- I o
ques,along with unusual collectibles
such as tobacco cutters, swizzle
sticks, handmade utensils, and
boomerangs.Approximately 30 anti-
que and classic vehicles,including a *
1930 Model A Ford Tudor and a 1954 EACH
add of nostalgia. : / .
Oarrin will an air
Swap stories with collectors of all V E pA
ages.' Meet 7-yr-old twins with Low pasc>s ow pace BOSC, D-ANJOU orCOMICE
baseball cards and pencils, as wellas '
a three-generation family whose HARVEST FRESH
collections include antique animalson
wheels, antique toys, Halloween OOOO ALL VARIETIES % PEARS

War collectibles I soldiers., and dime, store World BIG 60COOKIES 24- 99 SUPERBRAND PARMKUANA ALL V WiTOS,SUCf O CXCUUOmO SCCF LASAOHA VIAL ,

The Tenth Annual Collectors Dayis II II II ". ,,:: BUTTER ME NOTS 2 sJt $100 BAHQUnSUPERBRAND \
free and open to the public. For = ENTREES ) v 58t
information, call the Fla.
Museum of Natural History," ((904) i.ta 9Se 2 zs.L $300 LB.
392-1721. COTTAGE CHEESE cur SUE
Students Urged WESSONOIL


Graduate, Undergraduate, and LIGHT MARGARINE \ht} . 's: 1 UE"FLORIDA
College-bound students In need of DAISY WEDGE! l
supplemental funding for college are $228J SUPERBRANDCHEESE THRIFTY MAID 244GRAPEFRUIT
urged to write to the Scholarship 411ozBTL $259 2 BS SSe ..
Bank for Information on private : . . u. STUFFED POTATOES -
scholarship sources. ;
The Scholarship Bank Is a non- $116.
profit foundation which works with ( 'HSHERMANSw AVAILABLE IN Jj 5-LB.
private foundations the U.S. Dept. SEAFOODSTORES .. BAGMARVin
of Education and financial aid offices I i ONLY. L.'
to assure that high school and : SUNYELLOW
college students already attending
college receive information on osarrewr 411 0-Ct HEADLESS FRESH niISM

private awarded aid sources.on such Funds basis'are normally as DESITIN .' :sIQUALACTIN : 6178) WHITE CATFISHFILLETS $130

academic standing,major,financial SHRIMP ONIONS ,=
need and even on a student's will :q$211onw
ingness to consider a special w
research project. BENADRYL'PLUS =3" CAMPBELL'S hOc
It is estimated that over 500 .. TOUR SEAFOOD $399.
million dollars In private: aid money rA sr.TOMS PURCHASES MUSHROOMS
will be distributed next year, or .- : 7SUMMERS ma LB. L& MAIVIST rUM MCI I
roughly one-fourth of all available _-.Y

aid Funds for Undergraduate EVE a $191 SPROUTS --68c
from 1.000( to$20,000
students student range, with most scholarships LIVE. MAINE $799 IMITATION CRABMEAT $O99 I

per renewable yearly. Graduate level EYE DROPS. . =$205 LOBSTERS. .. ." u FLAKES or STIX u &
grunts are also available with valuesup
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Land Sales in Bradford CountyEditor's I! ee T. ;

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Note: Due to spa.<. D, ARI Woods, in SEt, section 24, Donald N. and Lauren Chris part of lot 2, block 12, Gaskins Addition :, EXPERTSBlack :
limitations only a partial list 01 TBS R22E, $8,000. Bullock, parcel in S>4 of NEV seic- to Starke, $45,000. LAVNhI & GAREl f
August sales were printed! m Dec 29 Alan and Mary E. Jones to ton 36, T6S, R21E, $25,000. Roger and Nancy L. Mitzel to <
edition of The Telegraph. Therefore Motorola Inc., 10 acres, block 1 Louise and Florence Milioti to Ronald E. Newman, Jr., parcel in Kow Brand Plant Conditioners
the complete listing is being South, Range 4 east of Simon J. Dewey G. and Katrerlne L. Oliver SW i
repeated this week.) Temple's Subdivision, City of Cow Manure
August land sales in Bradford Starke, $20,000.Jessie ,- Organic Peat !
County amounted to over $1 I 6116) Jean Karst to Sharon Lynn I TFN-B Sterilized plant Improves growing
million with three transactions go. Leach, .76 acres in 8Er/. section 29, Bradford food.Weed &Odor tll conditions for
ing over the $100,000 figure T6S, R22E, $6,000. I free.Won't bum. natural growth.
Land transactions this summer Suzanne Lynn" Kitchens to Mark Chiropractic Center 50#bag. . $219 .1 08 1 cu.ft bag I
Terrell Patray and Cheryl Leigh
have been brisk this is the third
block B Dalewood Starke Office
month in a row that sales have ex- Lockwood lot 9, ,

ceeded the $1 million mark. Subdivision. J. and,Audrey$62,000.L. .Kite to Rodneyand 218 S. Walnut St. CYPRESS MULCH . Retains moisture&adds beauty I

from Values the of amount transactions of documentarytax are figured Phyllis Carmichael,parcel 17 in Next to the Chamber of Commerce 25 Ib.Hag.. .. .ONLY $1 19 ',
NWVi of SWy4l section 11, T7s R21E,
stamps affixed to deeds recorded z
in the office of the Dork of the $4,500. 9644957PAIN
L.J. and Audrey Kite to J.
Cirouil: Court at the Courthouse On- Rensberger, parcels 1 and 2, 2.04 REDURE YOUR HEATING COSTS NOW!
ly sales of $1,000 or more are con acres, in NW/4 of SWV4, section 11,
sidered in this
report. T7S, R21E, $9,500. KERO-SUN
dollar amount in
Largest Augustwas L.J. and Audrey Kite to Israel and CONTROL
a tract on north Temple Avenue Radiant 10TM 0 ,
Ida F. Marrero, parcel 31,1 acre, in
which sold for$162,500. Described as Headaches Rated at 9.6OO W.per hour.Most '
lots 1, 2, 3, 12, 13 and 14 in block 2: NW/4 of SW/4, section 11, T7S, Nock&Arm popular radiant kerosene healer In ;
lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, block 1; all of R21E L.J., Kite$4,500.to Paul E. and Lucille C. .Mid Back INJURIES America.Clean modem look fit any s'
blocks 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, in the decor any room In yourhouae.
Pinehurst of Cox, 1.08 acres in NE'/4 of NE'/i,section Low Back& leg Work Related Operates up to 37 hour on 1.92 gals. ;
Development Rolling 10, T7S, R21Ed $5,000.: kerosene. 19 1/2" 21"wide 15
Sports high! : -- '
Estates,it was sold by J. E. Milliganto L.J. Kite, Jr. to Margaret Whittle rf Personal /4"deep.24.6 Ibs.U J.Listed. i
Ernest E. and Vanessa M. Trlest. Bowen, lot 42, 1 acre, in NW'4 of r
Two other sales exceeded the SW'/4, section 12, T7S R21E, $5,000. Auto Accidents ONLY $12999 i f
$100,000 mark: William E. and
L.J. Kite, Jr to Kara L. Hampton, DR. W. DAVID SIKES
William E. Norman, Jr., to Clayton lot 43, 1 acre, in NW'/' of SW/4, sec .. <
L. and Teena Faulk, 36.35 acres tion 12, T7S, R21E, $4,500. DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
partly in NE'4' of NW'4 and NWi' i of CI;''e A. and Ruth H. Lasher to CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
NE>4, section 10, T6S, R22E David L. and Agnes E. McCarver, c::: THE GARDEN STOREat
$150,000. lot 4, block 21, Crosby Lake Shores, Florida Pest Control to loitptst
Benjamin Y. Saxon and Sandra .
Landon to Ronnie C. Davis, 639 E. Call St. Phone 064-S745
Kaye R. and Hilda C. McLeod to 24 I IIOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK ONT el.1Mt.
251.76 acres in sections 29, 30, 31 and William D. and Judy D. Thompson, .
32, T7S, R22E, with a portion of lot 23, Lake Hampton Oaks, $68,000. Qd 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER Open B-6 Sat. 8-6
Hampton Park, $110,500. Donald F. and Louise D. McRae to ,
OWen Hnur'Mon, -F" 830600pm Sat Bv Aooolnfmfnt
Other sales recorded in August

Elizabeth Belco Enterprises C. Abdulla to Frank, parcel K.and in M AYTAG-MAGIC CHEF GENERAL ELECTRICRCAGIBSON -TAPPAIM

NWU of NW'4 section 26, T6S,
K22E, $18,100.Jeremy .
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and Theresa C. Glisson, lots 1 and 2, VALUE & QUALITY

block 4, Security Homesites, a sub _
division in NWU of NW',4' section 35, your assurance of the
T6S R22E $19,000.Bradforr the It's simple, if we can't beat the -
Land & Cattle Co., Inc right product right
price, it's yours free! Come in
to Roger L. and Nancy L. Mitzel, lot '
28, River Bend Estates Graham, price! any of our convenient stores for

section 19, T7S R22E, $32,000. complete details.
Jewell H. Brown to Len Eugene
Eaves, 6.5 acres in NW>4 of SE'4,
section 12, T6S, R21E, $13,000.
Donald E. Jr. and Martina Dee
Champion to Thomas R. and SusanA.
Derkman, parcel in NW't of
SW 54, section 29, T6S, R22E, $43,318.
Bob L. and Sarah B. Cooper to
John M. and Madge A. Miller, lot 6,
block 2, Pinebreeze, in NWU of
SW/4, section 26, T6SD R22E,
Jack M. and Marilyn R.. Courtnay

to Gerald Griffis Construction Co., --------' ..wraw.risd
Inc., lot 44, Keystone Club; Estates, ;
Unit 1, replat, $5,200.
James F. and Bonnie V. Cowart to
Sara J. Newman,parcel in lots 4 and
5, block 8, Temples Addition to
Starke, $11,500.Andrew : IPHILCOj COIOCrIFA1C
C.and Geraldine Cragg to ramaag ft,p..lf y(h.wod o -
Richard L and Carolyn S. Cragg, lot
12 (unrecorded) on Sampson Lake
section 27, T6S, R21E, $14,900. I 19" REMOTE'Cttl' .. .
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Gilbert Q. and Lillie Bell Crosley CONTROL -rq a1iBC'ONSCREEN I ..
to Kenneth J. and Melody M.
Plemons, parcel in SE4, section 7, 'AR TV PROGRAM VIDEOCASSETTE couxi
T7S R22E, $8,500. CONSOLE #026139
Thomas R. and Susan A. Derkmanto RECORDER

Starke Seventh Day Adventist Multi-function 18-button On-screen Handsome cdortrak console,
Church, parcel in NW'4 of SW'/4, infrared remote display'Quartz
section 29, T6S R22E, $53,000. tuning accuracy traditional styling'HarY'sl
Harry Planert Faulkner Jr. to 152 total channel capability 155 Channel cable compatible t pecan finish
Susanne Faulkner, 3.62 acres in "
NE 4 of NW',4, section 28, T5S, '
R21E, $32,166.Charles ;'SAL ;$ SALE SALE [
K. Fuqua II to Leslie and I \
Sandra A. Moss, 1 acre in NW"4' of :
SE>/4, section 25, T7S, R21E, $52,500. -
George and Willmina U. Garcia to
William,Jr. and Vivian L. Axler, lot .
5, Hidden Hills, Unit One, section 24, lswaaw.tii

T8S Inc.Gerald, to R22E Charles,Griffis$13,800.E.Construction and Virginia Co C., < '.' Cibson.AUTDMAnc Gibson'' T.1 L ? ','-" '." "::C'" t:1i.*:

McDonald, lot on Colley Road, in 1F ... .\\.f; 'ti. '" oX ,"
SWV4 of NE'/4l'! secttion 33, TTT6S, AUTOMATIC "K3Ci"SELFLEANING.' .

R22E, $7,000.Gerald Griffis. Construction Co. !! WASHER DRYER t :!): .' ,.;

Inc. to Nancy O. Maestre, lot 61 D ; %) '" .

Replat Keystone, $44,500.Club Estates, Unit 1, 3 water position level Built to l last <:HINGE g

AJan E. and Melody H. Gibbs to Exclusivegolden 'It'
/oven door ..
Grover P.Jackson, lot 9, Unitt 3, In- selectorVigorous ',,'
dian Beach, $12,000. ; :'AutomaticISAtE ;,
Muriel Gilhooly to Anthony J. Warranty ; ''d.'eri burrler' '.
Spatafore and Carolyn A. Woolvin, 1 double-scrub "

acre in E'/icf' SEA, section 6, T6S, washing actionSALE : ,.GABORILSCTWC4 j:
R22E, $14,500.Muriel <"
C. Gilhooly to Daniel R. .
and Sophia A. Massey, 12 acres in I, \
EV4 of SE'/i section 6, T6S, R22E, :
$30,000. PRICED... PRICED...
Muriel C. Gilhooly to Harry P. y -, ,
Faulkner, Jr. 1 acre in E'/4 of SEV4,
section 6, T6S. R22E, $7,600.
Ann Goodall to Bob L. and Sarah tsss.IIIlj .
B. Cooper( lot on S.R.325,section 31,
T7S, R22E, $17,000. VIALL -trrlteniill t' r
Atlanta 0
Clyde and Mae Dell Green to Den- '
nis W. and Gladys M. Fairfield, I Admiral/ R1 NACE u t son

parcel in Government lot 12, Section Home V km ilfft gi SPACEIr.r:1.Ji
K\\ Appliances
8, T7S, R20E, $8,800. cV.
i Esther S. Hall to Romuldo V. and c= / HEATERS, 6 ;ii P F sy
Maria I. Belmarez, 7.87 acres In lot r I 4'w
49 Woodlawn, $24,000. I
budley P. Hardy to Douglas P. RATOfl' I UNVINTlQiILMMW y
Hardy parcels in sections 23,26,and Optional
35, T5S, R22E, $25,600. r '
Jack Courtnay and Associates, + Automatic, .i !t.f.HATEM!
Inc., to Wayne C. Weatherwax. lot I" ,teemakerGlide ;: '

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I Obituaries O_:Lv .

Luther J.Johns Jerald Jerome O'Hern Purple Gator Western Wear

Luther J.Johns 72,of Starke,died Jerald Jerome O'Hern, 26, died NOW OPEN
early Wednesday Jan. 5 at his Tuesday night at his residence. i Hwy 301 S. Starke -9644809Next
lness.residence following an extended il Born In Nashville, Tenn., Mr. to Gator II Farm Supply
O'Hern lived most of his life in Lake
Butler. He attended Union County IPr
schools, was a member of Brooker Gifts Accessories We invite you to come in and see\
Born and raised at Kingsley Lake, Baptist Church and a veteran of the \ Furnishings
Mr.Johns attended Bradford County U.S.Air Force.He was employed as V our great selections of:
Schools until moving to Jacksonville a Correctional Officer at New River
where he resided most of his life.He East Unit with the State of Florida. Antiques Boots Buckles
was self-employed in the pulpwood .
business a member of the Church of Baskets Belts Levis -Tack
God and served in the U.S.Army.He Survivors include his wife,Elaine M .j
moved back to Starke about three Mott O'Hern of Brooker; his Floral f Western Clothing
years ago.Survivors: daughter,Emily Sherri O'Hern;two / It _
sons,Jerald J.,Jr.,and James Noel, 0 Arrangements (ecLaY-A-)
both of Brooker;his father and step-
mother,Jimmy and Sandi O'Hern of Copper ,,,.,' v- Ways
include five daughters, Lake Butler; his mother and stepfather Q 1 ( )Welcome
Mrs.Alma Nazworth of Starke,Mrs. Jean and Noel Avinger of Potpourri C
Joyce Tetstone of Brooker and Lin- LaCrosse; two brothers, James -
da, Ruby and Sara Johns, all of Jonathan of Orlando and Joseph J., Wood Items
Jacksonville; four sons,Luther Jeff, Jr.,of Lake Butler; one sister,Julie Lace Pillows
Earnest and Charles E., all of Emily O'Hern of Lake Butler; a
Starke, and Larry of Jacksonville; paternal grandmother, Omer Lee Q Pottery
64 grandchildren and several great- Filyaw of Lake Butler;and a mater- -
grandchildren. nal grandmother, Effie Hall of
Saluda. Va.Funeral. t ,r Shop at Joan for

Funeral services held Jan. Mrs:Mon.-Frl. 9:30am: 5:00: pm
were 7 services held Jan.
were 7
the finest in Ladies
at with the Rev.Sampson Gene City Bass Church of God in Harmony Freewill Baptist Church 250 Lawrence Blvd.J L r _
officiating. a
with Rev. Charly Green and Rev.
Burial was in Kingsley Lake Bud Hill ornclatm Burial was in Keystone Heights473O34O
Cemetery with Archie Tanner Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler fashions
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of under the direction of Archer C )
arrangements. Funeral Home.

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31x10.5015LT'31x11.5015LT $70.00 MOUNTED AND

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please everyone.With a lot of time at Denny's. Buteverything
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from breakfasts not a lot of money. Because Includes uit caster,camber&toe In to infra specs.
3 Inspect suspension&steering system.For most w/purchasc
American cars.Front wheel drive and ChcvcUe of tires
to burgers, complete. all our food is reasonably vehicles extra. Parts extra.

dinners to light snacks. priced, to fit any budget. BRAKE SERVICE Up To I5'x8"
Replace pads or shoes: resurface WHITE SPOKEdrums

About the only thing that So come to Denny's and bleed&or adjust rotors:road-test:pack bearings most! ; 4995 iP roast or WHEELS
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P205-75R14 $46.00 $39.00

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News Briefs

Recent ArrestsIn Crugar is in arrears : he IKCIIHI Total land was Kit fit lake Hutlcr was arrested J.in ft\ for Rudolph M<:f.rrnf{'.r charged with Colry pled no fintesl unlawful
Bradford County was released on $5,032.114., .IW"r'oglli"'IIII" $1.247.f'l. he remains in UKtndy. DWI.S, according to Deputy' King mi tag on rnobilf barrio; presented tag; 60 days Tri County: Probation.!
The ('. Ho wan released after 11$211.r.Huri- valid Inn, e'"f dismissed 25 hour community: work
following arrests' wereini nd Johnny Alford \Aplc'l no cant-sl" l
by local Martin HI, was arrested ty x> wits 1"stc'II.
authorities in Bradford Thomas Lee "Franklin r, was orrented Jan 6 for no valid driver's no driver l licensee ml.lfrl'y'I"! $Vi Misdemeanor J
County Jan 4 for luitlcry" of a law i'nfortemenl license, failure to appear' for tin Cingroy Steven ti":1, w.i'. court ostn John' Luke pled nr contest petit
officer n'IIINI ing11..1'1 i proper tag uttording to IftptilyJhnft arrest,*.rl l Jar 7 for failure l to|><>iir !.<'" pled rid contest! tireless dnving 1ft 1 in jail with credit for
Jessie theft days
IA'I.II'II. :11, of
1.llwlt.y was with Jni
arrested violence,criminal niisc' f and Bond wan ml nl $2(1: Mi, lie for a charge of leaving Keene of, act i ; dismissed time xfrvetf
Jan. 6 for aggravated. resisting arrest without violence,according was released on his own lent, affording to Deputy' King He llriiin Daniel, Smith pled\rnx, :/.nt"stpermitting : pled no contest
assault with butcher l Betty!
loudly (In
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wciipnn In I'atrolmnn
/ Jerry I'Vllner r<
wall releiiKtd after a $>Ml suretyland unuuthori/wJ operator' to
retogni/jinte monthsTri
theft mx
knife), according to Deputy Bond was set al $r>,(KKl, Franklin, remains WitH fatted.Iemetris drive; $50 court cost.sJiKy petit! theft, retail ;
rotation, 50 hours community -
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Harvey Hhoilcn Bond was set al In County
$5CMMI.( ) he wall released on his own custody Stephen Ross James, :3f of IjUdcll, Crews pled guilty' work
recogni/nnce lirooker was arrests! Jan 0 for !' O'Neal Slot urn, III, wnsarrested unlawful tag alteration, ; provide andon Howard Jnrlerwood found
driving under influence (I)UI/ ), ;
Traffic cording Deputy King Rand was M tut reckless driving a 'ording, IK" dmrniss,,'d.
Arthur W. Quicksall, :30, was arrested $62, pay.$:court rot, Tri County
Jan. 5 for spouse abuse, false Bennie Dillard 3.1. of Marke was $7(M>. he was released( oti hm own Patrolman Susan Walkl'rson.1kWas George Itohfrt DilliriK'r( pled no'. supervision one
imprisonment according to Deputy, arrested Jan. 9 for driving/ while recognizance. rcJcalll.llIflcr a toll Vi surety bandwa contest: unlawful tagalt"ration,; pro fcdwina ..IIy'l".ar. pled no
Danny Thrift. Bond waN s1 I aI$2IIMI.( license suspended (OWLS), according Hank IXH;Itaincy,38, wus urre.sti-d posted.Frazier vided proof of valid tag, dismissed. contest resisting officer without
he was released on his own to Patrolman Gordon Smith' Jan 5 for unlawful lug,according to andon Howard UnaerwrKKl found violence' ; $,court costs,
ri'togm/anec Bond was set at $120.25, he was Investigator M<'Cluin. He was additionally Mass 21., WAS arrestedJan guilty driving under the iriflurivelUl : Michael Kay Odonoghue pled no
released his 4 for UWI.S, nC'f'I.rdmLo( ( >; fined $41750: license breach of courtel'st.'I
on own recognizance/ : churned on a Fljgler Oiunly: contest peace; $50
Earl Godwin, 41)(). of Al.ithu.i waN charge of worthless che<'k. Bond was Patrolman Smith lie wall udditioriully suspended six months, !Vi.hours corn' !hours community work,Tri
arrested Jan. 4 on an order of arrest Raymond Marlin Wafers, of set ut $"iOO, he was released to charged for worthless on" a Clay:ehts'County k: with!' munity work altfntllJUI I sth ".l,one County: supervision 60. days.
according to Chief Deputy Pat Jacksonville was arrested!Jan. II for Kluglcr County authoritiesI'ervis warrant year Tri County supervision Mary Grulvhs pled guilty petit
Henry He was released after a allowing a minor driver under III 'band wet al $2,002 Clifford Coley; pled' no oritst theft retail theft six months Tri
$215.25 surety bond was posted years of age to drive without u Griffis was arrested Jan 4 UWI.S., ,Wl.days. Tri .County f'rorw County probation, $Vi' court costs
license according to Captain for DUI. DWI.S;, resisting arrest Traffic Court .
Joyce Ann White 29, was arrested William Tillotson. lie was released without violence unliiwful transfer Jan. 3 FinalsThe -- -
Jan. ft for disorderly conduct lie after a $250 cash bond wall posted. of tag according III Patrolman/
coding Deputy Khoden White was Smith. Bond was set ul $1,24(1 He, following individuals appeared The RgajKIM GRIFFISis
arrested during a verbal confrontation Mark Beard 18, of Starke was arrested was released on his own before Judge George Pierce
with neighbors, said Khoden Jan. 7 for DWI..S, unauthorized .- rccogni/ancc January 3 in Bradford/ County Traffic .
She was released after a $25U()surety tag not assigned to vehicle carry Criminal Court where their cases
bond was posted. ing a concealed firearm accordingto / Joseph Edward Thornton 20, of received I final disposition still at Gold Kist!
Investigator Michael McCl.nn A
James Crugar of Gainesville was loaded .22 caliber pistol located\ in
arrested Jan. 9 on an order of arrest, the glove compartment was seen Stop by and
according to Deputy Gene I.ec when Beard attempted to get his
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Physical Therapist Just South of Town on Hwy. 301 2226 N. Temple Ave.
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Top Players

I Earn Honors, Awards

I BT Mark FriedUn the season for the program due to the
LRM Spoorts Writer proximity of the two schools and
The Keystone Heights High School their concurrent success(BHS Is a 3A
football program celebrated another school) on the playing field.
r '' successful year with the annual The highlight of the evening came
JT { T w 1 awards banquet Saturday night in with the trophies presented to the
afK # 'iC Keystone Heights.The players for outstanding performances -
? -; IteI team graduates 15 senior players on the playing field during
this season after recording a 6-4 the past season.
i record In the rugged 2A district they For the defensive unit: Ryan Shute.
compete In and had plenty of accolades who led the team with 155 tackles
to pass out In front of an over- and assists was named Best
+ M flowing crowd of parents, coachesand Linebacker. Best Defensive Lineman
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I c t second the
n 1 1e supporters. went to TIm Givens on
': 4 i Head Coach Wesley< Dicks thanked team In tackles with 153. Marty
members of the Touchdown Club",a Hubbard was named Best Defensive
support group of parents and fans In Back. Hubbard recorded 100 tackles
the city! who help the team In a vari- and assists and picked off four in-
ety of ways throughout the season terceptions.For .
the benefits of which overflow the offensive squad: Mike
T)1Ii ) through to the other sports pro- DeKeyser was named Best Receiver.
grams In the school as well. DeKeyser led the team with 21 re
Outgoing Touchdown Club President and five touchdowncaches.
Jim Hubbard announced that Best Offensive Lineman
fundralslng for the school's athletic went to Bob Buckwalter. An out
programs had reached record levels standing blocker Buckwalter was
during his year In office and announced also the teams kicker and connectedon !
k\ihr the Ed Teague would be as- 17 PATs and hit three field .
Ii,. suming his position Tor the new sea- one from 48 yards out. Best Offensive -
7 r s Back was Chad Hovseplan.who
son.Teams In the Indian's district, "dld-lt-all" with over 500 yards In
... which Includes Union County are rushing and 15 receptions out of the
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all due to renew their schedule con- spot.
Trophy Winners... Green,Marty Hubbard and Shawn Zlke. tracts this season and Coach Dicks Outstanding defensive player
I From left to right! In the rear:Lawrence Orlando Ryan Shute,Jason In the front from left to right: Mike DeKeyser and Tim Given said efforts are underway to add Lawrence Orlando,third on the teamIn
Hawthorne to the schedule and to try tackles with 121 was named
and retain the popular series with "Most Versatile".
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Pleose write P. O. Drawer :280 Slarke to the Bradford County Statewide service on First and Second I
Flo. 32091. 471FWANTEDOLD Telegraph office In writing and paid In mortgage loans 5000750000. Homeowners ONE ACRE WITH MOBILE HOME: dbl. carport _Cecelia Tero'llIeaalWI
CARS TRUCKS runningor advance unless credit Is already uie your equity for debt consolidation :2 BR, 2 bath, fully furnished I HAVE GOT All THE TIMEIN
not I'll haul it away. Cash paid. Also established with this office.THE home Improvements and pecan 8 pear trees. Appraised at1 THE WORLD FOR YOU I IINVESTORS.
27500. Estate sale 225
large Slow 23000. Hwy
TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD purchases. credit accepted
for tools and old muscle cart Call RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Fast, friendly service on rural and urban (Bayless Hwy.) 4 mile South of SR 100 3 ..... .....
9646175. 4737473. 41chg 1112.22SCHOOLS CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER property. Please call Jacksonville mites North of SR 16. Estate of I NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave., eight furnished I
THE TELEPHONE. 448-0044 Toll Free 1.800.825.0250. E.S.Oliver. Willl consider owner financing one bedroom opts., fully occupied with on excellent occupancy record. [
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY NOON Licensed Mortgage Brokerage Call 904..471-1245. 4tpd 12/29.1/19 Heating S cooling unit In each opt Selling price$147,500 with assumable mortgage
prior to Thursday publication. Business, 6821 Southpolnt Drive, DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER :28x40.. 3 BR. 2 full of $111.708.91Int.r..t rate. Paved parking lot.

THE HUNT IS ONI I Bowling Green Vo Classified dl.ploydeodlln. Is TUESDAY Jacksonville, Fl. 32216. fcan baths, CH8A stove, refrig.. assume GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY, LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extending I
$245.49. Must relocate
Tech Bowling Green Kentucky is lookIng 5:00: P.M. Special Classified dl.playplac.m.nt DOCTORS RESEARCH produces startlingnew mortgage land. mo. to to Hwy :21. 7.17 acres, 165000. Properly can be divided Into two 100' lots, I
Is NOT Guaranteed.Minimum Information about Aids that your own Call 782 3404, 782.3490
for truck driving school $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot $48.000.
disputes current Two minute (answering machine). :2tpd 1/12-19
for classified ads Is thinking.
students age 23 and up. Three week charge 12.4$ MOBILE HOME 1 in | CROSBY LAKE LOT Cleared 100ft.on water. Reduced to$ 17.000 |
phone on acre coun
15 words for $3.50, then 15 cents for message by M.D. Physician
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course $850 tuition .....HOMES.
964.5734 for information.
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each word thereafter. $1 plus free written Call
available I 1.800 643.3331. billing chargewill report. I Pinebreeie Sub. 3 1 1'/s Ba |
assistance' 139770901.. Icon 1/12.2/2 OUT OF TOWN BUT NOT OUT OF REACH BR ,
be added to each CHARGED
fcan classified ad. LOSERS WANTED Lose up to 29 1986 FLEETWOOD 3 BR, 2 bath central CH8A range, refrigerator
Ibs./month Inches. Incredible fat absorber heat central air. Take over payments. ROAD 230-E Two story CB 8 frame, 3 BR, 1'/. Ba, REDUCEDI! $ 40,900 I
FOR SALE No drugs or .,..rel... Dr White 73.4649.. Itpd 1/12: N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba 5 acres $ 75,000 I
recommended. Earn Income, representatives 70 MOBILE HOMES at absolute public FINE HORSE FARM of 40. acres, located on Hwy 235 15 minutes from Starke, 3 [
needed part or full-time. auction. Saturday Jan. 21, 11 am. BR/lBa 70-yr-old home, CHAA 6 stall barn pole barn, tool shed, utility I
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At low 01 YARD SALE 303.:238.5128. Icon I 1.75. Exit 69 Ocala Call 919.997.2248 building training track I $160,000 I
$14.99 per month. Call 964 6946. TF A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: for information. Fl. Lie. AB325.: | GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s f. home, 4 BR, 3 full baths 8 two I IVi
24x36 $.50 each Great for SATURDAY ONLY I St.Rd. 16 West post Australian European Scandinavian baths. 100' on Lake Geneva, 2"/ acres with sprinkler system, 3 sunbathing I
measures and TELEGRAPH. 135 54th Ave. going toward Prisons. Look High school Exchange Students arriving decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped. I
patching repairs In August. Become a host family for ASSUMABLE MTG. let us show this to today!
W, Call St. 964 6305. TF for signs. 8 to 4 p.m. Itpd 1/12 LOSTFOUNDMISSING you
ALICIA HAY in rolls under barn Delivery THURS. FRIDAY, SATURDAY after 10 American Intercultural Student Ex AFFORDABLE AT $53,000 1023 E. Call St., 3BR 1Vs both CH8A, cable ready, |
available Arthur Ga&kms, 782.3727. o.m.t 411 Laura St. by Jones Funeral change. Colll.8DO-SIBLING. fcan stove, refrlg, 1596 s.f.. approi acre lot.
5/26TF Home. II .8 upright freezer portable SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicare 1/3/89: Hwy. 100 8 Bayless LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful I
9'29TF dishwasher washer dryer dining recipient wi9th a qualifying condition Hwy. Female Australian Shepherd, 5 Spanish-style home, 3450 s.f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2'/i ba formal) I
WOOD FOR SALE 5332474.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR CHANNEL CAT. room table rattan furniture, living call tlon.toll 1-600445-4174.fr.. number. for fcanCAMPERS more informa- yrs. old long hair, white with dark LR, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR brick fireplace, patio, pool, ceiling fans, 2 I
markings. 95% blind.
FISH or catch your own. $1 .50 Ib. $1.75 room metal desk elect organ odds 8 9645041. 964.7789 or car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtg. $135,000 |
dreised Also fingerlings for stocking ends, chairs, 14" tires, 2 bikes, pickup R.V.s. LOST-LARGE Itpd 1/12 KEYSTONE HTSi Spacious, quiet country living. 3 BR, 2 Ba, Ig. FR, klt/DR com
ponds For more Info 9646471. Hwy tool tox. Itchg 1/12 TRAVEL TRAILERSTRAVEL female answers BLACK to "Girl"LABRADOR. lost In bo :2000 s.f., CH8A, city water 2 septic tanks, exc. cond. Sale priced I $ 55.000 I
100 South behind Pine Tree Inn. FRIDAY 8 SATURDAY: Jan. 13.14.8 a.m. Starke city limits around 16 West STYLISH BRICK HOME: 601 Fa Irian.St., 3 BR, 2 Ba, carpet, ceramic tile CH8A I
12/22TF til 5 p.m. Boys clothes, furniture toys 8 Dec. 30. Reward offered Call on appliances and blinds remain 1,364 s.f. S 62,000 I
IBM SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER: recondition. much more. 502 N. Westmoreland St.. TRAILER 34 ft., self-contained. after 6pm. Itpd 112STARK.E 782.3214 1125 NEIL COURTi 3 BR, 1 Ba, carport. OWNER FINANCING! $ 33.000 I
ed. $165. 964.7529. 2tchg I 1'12.19 off Pro' St. Itpd 1/12 In good condition. Asking S2VUO Fur 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR, 1 Ba frame, fenced yard. Reduced to $ 17,000NW. I
BABY BED with mattress and bumper SATURDAY MORNING: Jon. 14.. East of mar. information call 9645341. :2tpd 29th AVE: 4 BR, 2 ba stucco 8 frame, 20.7 acres, CH8A $ 79,400 I
pads Good conditon. $50. Call Hampton on SR 221 at gray trailer on 1/5-12. BETHEL CHURCH; : RD: 3 BR, 1 00. CB: wood floors, 1185 ..?.. :3 acres $60.0001
964.3167 after 6 p.m. 2tpd 1/5.12 left just past Williams Blueberry Farm. CONERLY ESTATES: 3 BR, 2 ba, FP, 1800 s.f.. easy financing $ 82,000 I
MANTIS CULTIVATOR A EDGER: used Itchg 1/12 CRYSTAL LAKE: furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water, IBR/18o: $ 90,000 I
twice. Spreader and sprayer Selling THREE FAMILY GARAGE SALE) After HWY. 22S 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn newly rewired, 2 Ac. $ 32,500 I
because of poor health. ((904)) 964 5577. Christmas specials. Baby Items, clothesIn lli.i Hill KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR 1 Ba, 1500 s f., wood frame $ 50,0001
2tpd 1/5.12 all sizos, household Items. Saturday BROOKER 3/2: brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,0001
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP: new and used only 8-2 p.m. Brlarwood Drive in I RADIATOR & MENG DAIRY ROAD: 2.:25 acres, 3/1 CB CH&A..o near $ 40,0001
furniture. Wood wicker and country. Storks Country Club. 1/12bf !!!
Buy sell S trade 304 E. Call St.. TRANSMISSION. INC.JUulvr .
9643250. 3tchg 1/1229 rl .....LOTS& ACREAGE.....
SEVERAL ITEMS: large headboard for tt Uadluior Uepuhbpeclullat LOT 9. GOLFAIR RDI Country Club Estates 1.11 acres, Make an Offer I $ 8.700 ]
king-size waterbed mirror & lights BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES CONERLY ESTATES Lot 12 $ 10.000

$100, couch and matching choir $125; I 1 huiU-r: Cora WaU-r f'umua Parts RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000
coffee tattle, Bentwood rocker. $75. LAWTEYI 5 acres, 105th Ave.. good Investment $ 15,000RD
Call 964.4984 after 5 p.m. Itpd 1/12 (FREE Cooling 1 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces S 26,000 I
sale. Call 7823481 or 7823168. Itchg STORE, CHOOSE FROM: Jean/sport System Inspection WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246. Fla. Frontier $ 15,000
1/12 swear ladies, men's, childrenmaternity M Bc.l rWe In Town To Talie A Leukl | ONE ACRE Inside city zoned for mobile home $ 6,500
RCA 19" TV $75; 1988 Gibson freezer large sizes, petite, N Comer _flFY1 410 Miasma |
$359; Sears riding lawn mower $450; dancewear/aerobic bridal lingerie oraccessories Call For Commercial Listings
electric hospital b.d $250; Call store. Add color analysis.
468-1980 after 5 p.m. Itchg 1/12 Brand namesLiz. Claiborne, Healthtex, cD i Q i a
twin Chaus, Lee, St. Michele, Forenzo,
FURNITURE: 2 rollaway beds two After Hours
2 end tables, Bugle Boy L.vl.) Camp Beverly Hills, .
beds 2 ,
1 king, 1.size dresser headboard lamps 964.7864.. Itpd Organically Grown Lucia over :2000 I Anne Terwlllegar) Nelson . . . . . 473-7541

1/12 oth.... Or $13.99 one price d..lgn.r.multl.tI.r John Longford Master Appraiser. . . . . 496-2291 ,

MANY ITEMS: Gas weed 8 grass trimmer shoe store.pricing Retail prices discount, or family Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . ..964.3160 0
; shoplights; chandeliers, indoor for shoes .,.. 1.964-4221
top quality Joy .F> ''' .1.. I
and outdoor lights: photo cell and motion from $19 to $60. Over 250 : I Debra:Connaughton -> .u!>-. ...-.'. *..j .uJ>.-f3Ji W 96Ar2'33. I
detectoi storm
security lights' : styles. $18,900 to $ ., ,, .,'.,,, .. ." ... ....,... '
doors; electronic equipment; locks,: training fixtures, airfare,unb.II.VObl.1 I 1'1HERITAGE
cabinets; 5000 watt generator 110/220, Ing etc. Can open 15
mini.blinds,: chain link gates, diesel, test ((404)) 859.0229.: Itpd 1/12 64-4522
kit; ceiling fan A lights, towel I bars: 1000 SUNBEDS. TONING Evening! ,81 Wttktadi; \ I
ship to shore radio: propane torches,: WOLFF tanning beds. JSTARKE.P Fl,
cameras; gas grill; shower stalls Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color I vid t. DedceMSA, CXA !!' fPe i tyJKayEidtt-iMllA;
32x32, survey transit: MORE. 2'/t ml catalogue. Save to 50% J. iiu *4,5f;.
South of Starke on 301 across from 301 18008353826. fcan

Quik Stop. 964-3696 recorder. Itpd I ))1 .-,.:. ...-. .jJ?.: 607 Bradford Court in Starke
1/12 OplPicksbn,
REALTOR Applications for immediate occupancy are being acceptedon

1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220
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<>I Hji icujih Biisrnt>i Rental Information and applications are available at the

A Few of Our Many Listings Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke

BEAUTIFUL BRICK, 3/2 family room w/fireplace, 1 acre, West 16.
I '24 ACRE FARM that has It all-fish pond Improved posture, beautiful oaks.
II barns, cross.fenced, water In all pastures, 2 mobile home SPECIAL ONE MONTHS FREE RENTto

I CB 3/Ji CH8A range 8 ref., only $38,500. qualified applicants with one year's lease.
HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Croft a Gill Shop: Crafts, croft supplies, and gifts
I COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy. 16 E S Cherry St. 25000. L Occupying by January 31., 1989.

'COUNTRY CLUB AREA Building lots fropm $6500. Owner financing.
'FRAME HOME ON MORGAN ROAD excellent 2 acres with pecan trees Equal
I LEASE-PURCHASE In Starke. 3/1 /. CB. only 34000. Call 964-6216
OVER 300 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting. EI Housing
1 mile to Country Club, :2 miles to Starke. Only $1500 per acre Mon.-Frl. 9-5:30 p.m. OpportunityAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

'13 ACRES HIGH DRY pecan trees, well A septic, $29.000. (Free M.H.)
rn. COUNTRY CLUB Brick, over 1900 s f., formal living A dining room
family room rec room or extra bedroom, 2'/t baths.
Susan M. Faulkner' GRI CRB President 'CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 s f., 100x300 lot 56000. ',I
EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR CROSBY LAKE CANAL 100x192. wooded lot, mobile home approved
'IN STARKEi 3/1 frame, AecelertedRealty
condItion 22500.: .
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. '37 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees. Fleetwood doublewide.
'WOULD YOU BELIEVE! 65 plus acres for only $1500 per acre. Fronts hwy.

Located Hwy. 301 ,2 blks. S. of SR 100, 221 W. Lafayette St. BRICK ALMOST 4 BR NEW. 1'ba DOUBLEWIDE, Raiford area on 40 on acres three, good acres.land. 85000. 9644544Hwy.'

COUNTRY LIVING: just outside city limits, 8 acres. POULTRY FARM RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped on 8 acres, Stark. ,
LANDt M ACRES on paved rood nice properly owner financing.
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath brick, 45000. NEAT A CLEAN large Bedroom, Ig. bath, new kitchen ..obinets. only $15.500'' } 301 S. lIB I

IMMACULATE CUSTOM HOME: 5 acres, n..lla golf course. HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acres, 2300 ..t, Mm miMi Fl.

SIX ACRES IN TOWN on 100 E. Good Investment property. Starke,
BROOKER AREA 41 acres, lots of paved frontage. RENTAL: 2 BR, IBa. Stove & Refrlg.. $275. .f mf /
*GEIGER ROAD cute, 2 BR. 1 both home Ideal for retired or young couple. / Home Lots / Acreage Waterfront
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I 100 FT. ON CROSBY LAKE: Southslde. 1.08 acres, restricted area.
.ALTON ROAD Custom doublewide mobile home, beautiful Inground pool, *LAKE LOTS HOMES ACREAGE
workshop many extras, almost 1 acre. *BUILDING LOTS *COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESWe
*SAMPSON LAKE would ..11101 or put packag. together with house. Call for FISH ALL YEAR ROUND 3 BR/281/2BA Two-Story log Home on Water,' .
details. Invite Inquiries On Our. : Other Listings | CHAA, Stove, Refrl A Dishwasher, 3000 SF, Large Enclosed Garage, Well ASeptic

I KINGSLEY LAKE AREAs 1 beautiful acre, large oak trees 8 1 BR cottage. Large lot.
Under 30000. PEACI A QUIET 2 BR/2BA CB Home, Large living.Dining Room, Family |

*HWY.301 SOUTH 3 BR,2 bath brick veneer home and 5760 s.f. of office and Room, Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook, CHAA, Enclosed. Garage Well A Septic.
storage space with 9 acres of land. MATHEWS c ALTY1w. | 3 Acres. .
100x100 BUILDING LOT on Christian St., wooded. ( 1 1Whon DO YOU NEED A SMALL HOUSE? Move this 2 BR/1 BA Frame In Good Condition

.ONE ACRE with 3 BR, 2 ba needs some work, block 8 stucco, only 31000. .. d m to a New Location. Has Stove A Refrl. 5700. '
MIMOSA DRIVE 3 BR, 2 Ba, formal living 8 dining area 150x154 lot, 964-4469 IN THE CITY 2 BR/IBA Frame Home, AC, Space Heater, large Screened

beautiful Inground pool, nice landscaping 2295 s.f. selling real estate. why settle for Idling the whole town,when you cane D the whole world?' Porch, 112x310 Lot. $29.700.
.PINEWOOD DRIVEl 4 BR, 2 ba, fenced yard, over 1500 s.f., kitchen equip LAWTEY 4 BR/1BA Frame, Large Living A Dining Rooms, Porches all

ped. Low SSOs.PINEHAVENt. MOBILE HOMES .Cl'y: one ocr.on Laura St., room for i{ around. 100x420 Lot w/Shad. Trees, City Water Septic Tank..
2 BR, 1 bath CB, has n.w Insulated windows, n.w roof, fenced 187 Concord 3 BR, 2V4\! ba has ..xseveral residential' _.f | 9.8 ACRES OF PRIVACY 2 BR/1 BA Mobile Home l In Good Condition,Well A

backyard. Price reduced to 25000. tra lot with wood frame house, city CityI 1.38 At., great office location. Septic .
*LAWTIY AREA 3 3/4 acres $14,000.. utilities. .City SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential I WANT TO REMODEL A HOME Large Two-Story 3 BR/2BA CB A Frame,
I *REDUCED: nice building lot or put mobile home, has well septic 8 utility. .173 New Moon 12x60. with appro. commercial development area. I .Large. living-Dining! Rooms w/Flreplace, large lot. ,
Lawtey area only $6,700. 10 acres, North of Lawtey, 105th Ave SELECTED PROPERTIES
*I 3/4 ACRES between Starke and Lake Butler 3 BR, 1 ba CB home, has :3701 1985 Fleetwood 52xH, 3 BR, 2 BaCHAA ,- HOMES&ACREAGI
frontage on Hwy 100. $49.900. I acre near Bedford Lake. Geiger Rd.l 2100 refs brick veneer, 8.8 ACRES Power pole A well. Owner financing. Small down payment.
*BETWEEN STARK 8 KEYSTONE 1 nice acre with well, septic, light poles 8 HOMES approx. 10 acres, 4 IA, 2 Ba, CH8A. 8.7 ACRES Two-Story Bldg wI living Area Upstairs, 6400 SF, Hwy 301N.
utility building. 'rked to ...11.I eTwo BR, I BA nice lot. $13,000 city water 8 gas, front porch with swing I 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove A Refrl_, 2 Wells.,Septic. !Planted |

I f3.*HWY 161:3 acres, has old well 8 septic. h Ba, CHSA. attchmt, sunken living room, Pine.! Terms'Brooker.' '
I J .... 'Brick. rl3'8R, 2 Ba. CH8A. family room with Ig. brick fireplace, AS ACRES Will Divide, Owner Financing Good :
v"r nic. formal dining room, central vac 10 ACRES. Will Divide, Pecan Grove Well A Septic. Owner Financing. ,
+ Two Hou
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Professionally remodeled, recently pqlnt":1. Zoned system, new carpet. Price reduced- 8 ACRES Good Commercial Location, Hwy. 16W
Owner anxious to sell I I ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.
Trained B-2. Owner Anxiousl ,
Staff Today..9645O69After LAND.: .Union. Ctyt 135 acres, 2700 sq.ft. l 8 ACRES Hwy. 301 South ; .
I ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home
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S.ft. 100 Ai Two 6.77 acre parcels.
100 ft. Water. I
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Hours Call The** Kvaltor Associates: OH Ml N. wooded 8.50 acres, with,. BUILDING LOTS LAKE
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Foulkn.r..p64-5142 well 8 septic tank.Lewteyt little lake Serrta Fei 100x160 ft. lot,
Irene L. LARGE ARIA OF LAND *Northeast. Section of City!
.Darlene Godwin..468-2903 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. ,n.w septic tank approved for well
125 frontage.! power source to lot


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COUNTRY) small bedroom frame 1910 VW RABBIT 4 door dlosol. 1 AC.BR COTTAGE$240 neon Lake library.privilege furnished adjust tension In your ho", ... :Or"| "lul TWO BEDROOM, 1 lATH HOME War -
house, carpet. Available Jon 89. Call 4681505. TFrw 4734961. 1/5 $14.93. Repair all brand Work ttilnglon Springs $:VUO. par month MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 12x60

964.8602 oft.r 6 p.m. for Info. TFImm 1974 CORVETTE: with top. 7000. RENT WITH OPTION tlnchg TO BUY New guaranteed. 473.7863. VS tlru.l>tt First end ,lot mould tent in od "",... Statesman Two bedu"o"". 1 batli

FURNISHED DUPLEX APARTMENT at 202 964.5812TFce mobile home. 3 BR/2 BA. Call Bob, CHILD CARE Mother of 3 year old who Coll 496 3509 or 4V( 29'/S. !l'Jn'J 4tpd. 3000. or best oils Call 4V6 :II.'},.
Broadway St. Will b. shown by peopleat TAKE OVER PAYMENTS: 1985 Toyota PU. needs playmot Excellent COMI. 1/12 1/12 2tcrig, 1/19

204 Broadway. 2tchg 1/5.12 39.000 ml)... $189 month for 28 mon 2 4737975.BR-1 BA 4tchg DOUBLEWIDE 12/22.1/12 MH an' 1% 4730845. 2tchg 1/5.12 MINI STORAGE 5x5. $\I',. '...\<1. $:lr>. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Small Dow.
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 BR AC ths. I owner Must sea vary sporty. acres. Fully furnished washer, dryer CHRISTIAN LADY will bobytlt In your 10..1IJ. $'jf). par morrt6. plus 1 $11)d..lt. Balance like rent. See Monoyxi. Bonnie
heat refrlg., '12x60 In the pines 964-4099. 4tchg /S-26 central air & heat '/. mile off home. 4733920. llpd 1/12 Cull 496 trtt Mtlntlig 462 'j1J1.J1. little Mobil. Home Pork, lot 3.
private. driveway. $175 month first 8 MUSTANG) MV.i 302 Boss motor all pump. WILL BABYSIT evenings or weokondk. Vll'J'J:
214. Tree lakes. $290 month, first Itpd. 112BEAUTIFUL
or $60 weekly. 964 6918. original good condition. 1.259 7394. month Big and month References ovollobla. Coll Wendy TWO BEDROOM 1J//3 uti'l 3 U'W/rn, I 14x70. Two bedroom 2 bolli.
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Itchg 1/12 Itpd 1/12 473-2042 after 3 p.m. or weekends. 1/2 both Roiloi'J urou. $174. plus North Florida
$13.995. Housing
alter 6 473.2823.itchg Only
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In Starke. 1974 DODGE 3/.. TON: 4WD. LWB. PS 1/12 or p.m. 2tpd 1/12-19 deposits. HUD foripiffMtt vil>oir,o, US 90 West and US41, North", lake Ci
stove, refrigerator, convenient to PB, 383 V8, 2 barrel carb., 4 spood JERRY'S INTERIOR-EXTERIOR house Coll ..31.1714. often ".30 pin., kbbp 752-8627 7555207. Itchg. 1/12
HOUSE FOR RENT Lake Geneva, 2 BR/1 ty. or
shopping. $250 monthly deposit re Granny 1"/36.5/15 tires and spoko pointing. Reasonable roles. 473.3275. trying. tfnthg. 12/W ONE ONLY 14x80. Three bedroom 2
BA, furnished close In, excellent con
qulr d. 468-1509 after 6 p.m. No pets. rims. Call 964-4228 ask for James. Itpd Itchg 1/12 NICE THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME both. Fleetwood Special Edition.
dition. 473-2455. 1/12
2tpd 1/5-12 1/12 Itchg WITH ELDERLY at their home. For small famIly or crjupto" Call
WILL SIT $17,477. North Florida Housing. US 41.North ,
WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR/1 furnished
THREE BEDROOM HOUSEi 1 % bath, 1975 FORD TORINO: low mileage excellent BA. Call Dorothy Dotson 473.9356. Itpd 496.2842. llchg. 112NOTICE and US 90. West lake City
A/C clean. $200 deposit.
CHSA. screen parch stove S refrig.Children conditon. $1495. 533.3412 days cottage.
$295 a month. 2497884. 4tchg 11225TWO 1/12 752.8627 or 755.5207, ltc/ig. 1/12
accepted but only. Itpd 1/12 .
9645356. Itchg 1/12 I9S7 NISSAN PICKUP: like 5 speed BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE l'/i
new. available. Call 473-2042 alter 3 p.m. single wide J9.8VG. 28 to chose from.North .
HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR. 1 bath, kitchen AC. 27.000 miles. Pay off $6900. baths, attached garago with washoi & Itpd 1/12 Florida U141 North or
furnished carpeted. $275 month 964-2213 11219HOMES rolrlg.. ADVERTISING should \,, tubmilted
plus 2tchg dryer hookup. Stove WILL BABYSIT In our home alter 3 p.m. CLASSIFIED < US90 West Lake City, 752.8627 or
$200 deposit 14681857. 4tchg dishwasher furnished; across from Reasonable.. Mother A daughter. to the Union County limot of 755.5207. Itchg 1/12
11222SOUTHERN Elem. School. 473.3681. 151FTWO Experienced. Keystone area. 475-2211, face In writing and paid in odvonf.o BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND Ilirov

VILLAS NOW RENTINGi 2 BR BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSE! call Susan ltpd 1/12 unless credit It already estuMitrmd bedroom, 2 bath d..ubl"id" H3.W5
units. These units are spacious. All FOR SALE from LBMS. $225 monthly. with this olfice., North Florida Housing US4I. North or
storage rooms. Available 12/19. For Into call 964 8602 THE US9O. West Lake City 7526627 or
laundry facilities on premises. Monthlypaym.nl. GOOD NEIGHBORHOODI 3 BR. 1 V, booconc.ele HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 7555207 Itchg 112PERSONAL
after ._
6pm. |nnm __. ._
from $219 plus utilities. For LaRue leveling !Service for all your CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
block with CH & AC on W. CLEAN MOBILE HOME on 1'/ aero 2 BR,
rental Information and applications foundation repairs. Koyttono. TELEPHONE. SERVICES
Pratt St. $35,500.RALPH I both. $250 plus deposit in Cloy County. THE
contact Southern Villas 4737721. 7/91F 5
Manager. 1001 Classified deadline Ik
BRYAN REALTY. 964 8878 473 2566. Zlchg 1/12 19
Southern Villa Drive Tuesday & Thursday P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
-CLOSE IN-With 3 BABYSITTING 1 to 1 .a.m. Coll
or call 964-7295 or 9644214. Bedroom 2 Both frame only $35.000. HELP WANTEDGET MISCELLANEOUSNEED Minimum charge it 15 words lor$3.50. 496.3402. Ages,p.m.Infants to 10 yearsllchg .
1/12TF .
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878 then 15 cent for each word Iher.alt.r.HELP .1/5
Mosley Road off 301 at Highland.on Call PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frame homeon PAID lor reading book si $100 per CASH FAST -We pay cash for furniture HOUSE CLEANING in your home. Weekdays .

2897931. Nice private lot. Itchg 1/12 2 acres. Remodeled new carpet, title. Write: PASE- J1743. 161 S. Lin- jewelry glassware, tools, WANTED only. Call"96-3836. 1/5 21pd. 1/12

MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water 39500.fireplace, screened porch, deck, colnwoy, N. Aurora. IL 60542. 4tpd household Items 8 just about anything

sewer, cable TV. Phone 9647498. 1/5.26 Give us a call at 473.2183 or come by
1/12TF RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964.8878 RESPITE WORKER needed to tit with Tuesday-Saturday 105. Pock Rat, Hwy MEDICAL HELP WANTED Lake City
LARGE THREE BEDROOM 1'/ baths, cement Medical Center has opening for RN's REAL ESTATE
bosls. Contact
FURNISHED MOBILE HOME water furnished elderly' clients on an on-call 100, Keystone Heights, 1/5 tlnchg
block house In Starke, AC CH, Clay County Council on Aging. with OR and/or recovery room e. .
2 BR, bath, kitchen dining .
fireplace. 10% down. $33.600. 1/5-12 Flexl pool Monday Friday.
.73.2112..5..0. E.O.E. 2tchg perlence.
room. No children, no pets. $200 per 1.726-7651 after 5 p.m. 12/22TF MAINTENANCE AIDE Port.tlm.hom.mak..r TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I. Dole G. Salary negotiable. Contact Linda 1-3-5-10-20 ACRES or larger for sole.New .
month $110 security dep. 9645033. HEALTH Stark, Sr., will not be responsible for two bedroom 2 both do.UU"HloI.:
TWO HOUSES In Lake Butler one 2 BR. needed. Hourly plu.mll.age. Morgan at 752 2922. ext. 304. Equal
Itpd 1/12 wage debts Incurred by other than on one or more acres Coll 49Cr3VrV! ,
anyone 1/12
anne 1 BR. 964.8445.1229119NO be certified aide.Contact Opportunity Employer 3tchg.
FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city QUALIFYING: 10% fixed. Brick 3 BR, Must Council nurses myself alter December 31, 1988. 4tpd 1/26 days. ..54.1595. e/rnngi tfn'cKg.
water, sewer, cable TV, 2 BR. 1 bath. Cloy County on Aging. 1/5-26 12/8
2 bo LR, DR. den open kitchen CH8A 473-2112. Ext. 540. f,O.E 2tchg 1/12-19 URGNTLY NEED DEPENDABLE
44-7491. 1/12TF 1 acre $82,000 flexible terms. to work withour supervision for Texas Oil
1 ft 2 BEDROOM APTSt Appl., utilities, 9645254. 4tchg 1/12.2/2 BOOKKEEPER Part-time. Capable Accounts co. In Lake Butler area, We tram FOR SALE
handle full set of books Including
furniture furnished. No Call -
some pets. Payable and Payroll. Submit Write: W.M. Dickerson. Pre.. SWEP-
9648498. Itpd 1/12 Ft. Worth Tx. 76161.
NEWLY PAINTED 2 Bedroom 1 both ANIMALS & PETS resume to P.O. Box 245. Keystone 1968 RED CADILLAC Convertible. All CO 1/12 FRUIT PLANTS at Martin's Fruit Form. Ft.
home $250 plus deposit. 612 Lake St. Heights, FL 32656. Itchg 1/12 original mechanical and Interior. For Itchg. Whit. BARE ROOT Apples, peaches,
964-3457.2tpd 1/12-19 FOR SALE more information call 473-2042 alter 5 nectarines plums pears, and figs. $3.

SMALL 2 BR HOUSE carpet CH&A MOBILE HOMES p,m. 1/12 tlnchg CONTAINER GROWN Apples and
washer/dryer hookup, quiet, close to FULL BLOODED RED FEMALE CHOW: plus 1916 FIERO Mutt sell. $7500. 473.0247. MISCELLANEOUSIT'S pears. $6. Blueberries and gropes S3

shopping No small children no pets. accessaries. $100 Flexible 9644526.' 19(4 FLEETWOOD 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A 2tpd 1/12.19 Japanese persimmons $12, OPEN

$235 plus sec. dep. 964.6680 after 12 12/29TF 6X8 pressure treated deck. Many.. 197 CHEVROLET BLAZER Loaded with A FACT Pecans trees bore better Mon.-Sat. Closed Sundays. 4972621.)
noon. 4tpd 1/12.2/2 BLACK !LABRADOR 6 months old. male tras. Take over payments. Coll Jim Tahoe package. Must sell. 4730247. without most. Call 454.2870, between 15"tpd26
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: furnished free to good home Nice dog. 7823944. "73.4649.2tpd 1/5.12 2tpd 1/12.19 6 and 9 p.m., for free estimate. 1222"lpd.112 PIANO FOR SALE Wonted Responsibleparty
or unfurnished. Good location $200 Itchg 1/12 SALE OR RENT Singlewlde or to take on small monthly
mo plus deposit. 9648704. Itchg 1/12 PIT BULL PUPPIES: 8 weeks old $40. doublewlde mobile hornet on Deer HOMES FOR SALE SID'S BARGAINS payments on piano See locally. Coll

ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED Apartment. (Have both parents). Phone 964.8378. Springs Lake. No Pets. 4732252. Itpd 40 E. Main Lake Butler Used Furniture, Manager at 1(800)635-7611( ) anytime.
adults 830 N. Itpd 1/12 12/29 Stchg 1/12
Clean quiet, only.
Ave. 964-2358. 2tchg 1/12.19 HOGS I 8 mo. old York Boor $100. Also 1/12 FOR SALE OR RENT Lake Hutchlnson. TV's, appliances, accessories. Open PIT BULL PUPPIES $20 Female pit bull
TWO BEDROOM TRAILER for rent. Call Sausage Sow, about 400 IDS., $100. Keystone Heights. 3 BR, 3 BA living Thursday-S'jndoy, 8 a,m. to 6 p.m, $40. Coll 2752410. Itpd. 112CARSTRUCKS
964.6018 after 5 p.m. Itchg 1/12 7823635. Itpd 1/12 LOST AND FOUND room overlooks lake. Office, Itpd. 1/12

THREE BEDROOM HOUSE: $360 month. FREE PUPPY: Part Collie. 4681829. Itpd workshop, garage, kitchen has all appliances
Call for Information. 964-7771. 1/12TF 1/12 CREAM POMERANIAN Last seen atHard. washer & dryer In utility
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to ... Sat., Jan. 7,1989. Was pickedup room. Rent or purchase. $685 per
work? We have clean mobile BOATS by someone In black truck. Name Is month. Available Fsb. 1989. Brian Gorman
your Air
Cinnamon. 5 month old Pleasecall 406.587.6357.9tpd
homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF puppy. Reasonable. Call otter
with all utilities walk Tommy Gassett at 473-1090 or GRAPEFRUIT 1 conditioning.
FURNISHED ROOM air 1977 16 FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT 4311461. Itpd. 1/12
4 30
paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia through w/s, 55 Evinrude engine, with 4737275. Itchg 1/12 FOR SALE p.m.
Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF trailer 4681505. TFrw REWARD I Girls Keystone Heights Class FnOMFUXUQA

THREE BEDROOM 1 '/. bath, clean, closeto EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS new Evinrude Ring. Lost before Christmas. 473-7162. PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsibleparty

prt.on.COIL 4681323. 6/9TF outboards & trolling motors, In box i Itpd. 1/12' ., to take on small monthly ... I. _,' .__ ,Subscribe//I.i ,
:'_.CLEAN.FURNISHED: HOMES:.central AC. 1988 & 89>.ma>elsf>oeoleru4nuoke: | \\r--" ', 261.payn'.a.lIIM.i&vsilscalhl' \ foPlllt t"<,..',., 'roo T '1' ./! ".v. "'-. volt
SSexfros.. reasonable. rents. PINES 100% financing available. GBM Softs] : li Manager at 800-639-761. 1 onyime.3tpd,,
.. .
o-iSoSTSfl; MOoke ButTSrT7Y14Tr'* "M1-800-544-2850 5 days 8 'a.m.-5 p.m. WANTED 1/5-19
LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications fcan 17 FT. MOHAWK CANOE Flberglas.
for 182 bedroom apartments 10 HP EVINRUDE OUTBOARD tank and Great boat for .nloyabl. family MONNA NUGENT
CH8A fully equipped kitchen, hose $250. 964-8424. Itpd 1/12 LIVE-IN FEMALE companion to thure outings. Good condition. $150. Call Realtor.AsB
drapes 782-3531. New management. house In Keystone with Independent 473-3756 alter 6 p.m. 1/5 tlnchg es. ,
9/15TF elderly woman. 4753348. Itpd 1/12 SUITE Sears Colonial white 1025 N. MaiD St.
Equal Housing Opportunity. LAND FOR SALE BEDROOM
MOBILE HOME: 3 BR, 2 Ba West of single bed canopy and mattresses, BOBWHITE [H W,1a Bprlage n.
Lawt.y. $250 month. Call 782-3481 or $25O. 473-7162. llpd 1/12 p 32843
7823168. 2tchg 1/12-19 100 ACRES: six room house and barn. BROWN KELVINATOR side by side REALTY REAlTOR
Owner will finance. $2000/Acre. refrigerator, frost free, good condi 24--Hr. Service
REAL ESTATE Phone 964.7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF tion. $225 080. 16592779. 3tchg
SHORT ON CASH?? NO Down Payment AFFORDABLE I 1/12-26 Bob WhIte
OUT OF AREA Land Package deals on land and new WARD'S MORTAR concrete mixer with Office: (904) 454 OLD ((7853)

mobile home with set-ups. 1 acre..up. T.H.E..AaadmentS 1 HP electric Dalton good condition, Home: (904)) 964-4833 454-3675

OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots Many with large oaks and $175 OBO. 16592779. 3tchg 1/12-26
river acc..., $5450 Each. No UNDERGROUND (No Mound) septic 922 E.Brownle St. FOUR APPLIANCES Kenmore washer t Moving to or from Gainesville? Let us help with our Multiple

money down $65.41 monthly. Owner tanks I 11RALPH I Rd.Starke dryer $400()); Whirlpool refrigerator and Listing Service. We have access to hundreds of listings at our

1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438. 1/7TF BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 Camp Blanding gas range,, $250 each. 4737014. Itpd ngerUps. Just look at some of these great deals. Call us for
F1. 32091 1/12

nraaf rd: Prr e itieY' : ttlB'Mt'8i' 1 164--7133 more 2 Bedroom details.2 Bath Building Lot at Day Care

,, : ,,''tl'> '1U'' ''>"' \.>>'W' 'tG: ,e .,
I YInvestment'i s.: _nc. .,;i ,."" ? "' ,..tY f.1 F.};' family $21.900 with Pond -
\> :;::< y"t < V. DURRANCE $In.500
: 's' uZonne/-KItChen-8rClu1tt'l with Owner Fin. $4.500 J I,
$ ol'lented.
df.C<[ C64.-.76:2J::; ,'i i(;.< STxy ",.......""" ...<>r >,,,"" '.''''''- ''KV,,,,, ,, ) ,<
laundry PUMP &SUPPLY
Check our New Listings d 1arJe' .
1" 1
p :yp-ouutl = e Now Leasing e
I\ 'Well Drilling
FE LAKE: Contemporary home. 80' sandy Park
BIG SANTA Low Income Forest ApartmentsAn
$185,000.SAMPSON Rotary 2" to 6"t
beach. Guest Cottage, Double boat slip s.c. Rousing ,.
beautiful wooded lot. i t . '
LAKE Jlshlng paradise. of 1. .
: Rents for 30' apartment complex designed for moderate a .
now only $15.0007 Income If you qplfy ( Pumps Income facllles. No rental assistance available. 'i' .
HAMPTON LAKE: Over 1.7 acres almost new high-tech Attractive 1 & 2 BRI BA apts.. range, r
refrigerator carpet, central heat & air patio -
,home very private. 165000. and laundry. Free water L.sewer & garbage. Rent
$185 $220 minimum. Two complete

YOUR DREAM NOME? On this 1/2 acre. paved road "No...Down PaymentHandiSouse handicapped apartments avlalable. ".
better neighborhood.. slashed to 3300. Aua'lA Far Information / AppUcatloni. .;. ".. .: .. .

C&C Mini-Storage a Forest Park Apartment a 775 NE 1st Street Lake Butler Fl 33064

$400 per acre owner financing. 4.11 acres. no septic Garages 964-8848 ((904)) 406-3433: E.H.O.

mound required! Greenhouses
Storage Eldgs.3O1 : '
ASSOCIATES! J For Your Plumbing Ports LAKE BUTLER flPflRTlTlEnTS

Steve Ripley e Lane Londo Clarice Stephens S.Acroa '
964-7061 Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These al-
Ffrom_ electric UnIts are spacious with lots of chotet space and all have

KOAWalmart/ M4 N. Tempi Av.., Stark wall-to-wall carpet;drapes, and kitchen appliances. On-altelat.ndry

Bradford Village Apartments facilities. Rental assistance available, for qualified) applicants

1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments Nights> A Wk.nd* I For application and Information

305 W. Washington Street 964-7571 Please see us at EJ .

J One pet allowed. 1000S SIN 6th Street

HUD Section 8 applicants Lake Butler FL 32054 ....
Will consider ,or Cal 4964141 O wwetrtN

964-8601 I I



Accepting Applications ':J.t R 'StALE; : _: : Eg: -
at $195.
2 & 3 Apartments Starting ;'...

Kitchen Cable Ready1530W. I .> One & Two Acre Mobile Home Lot.....$3,5OO and Up. ,

CH/A Fully: Equipped e New 2 BR 2 BA Home In Graham.......$40.000

200 Acres nearTheressa..j.l.OOO acre .

Madls10n Street EQUAL e Beautiful lake lots! On paved road In Hawthorne 25.OOO and.Upe

Starke 964-6312 101 HOUSING fv Building Lot In Smokerlse Subdivision: .....Keystone $5,000 .

Mon.-Fr 9-5 PM OPI'ORl'lIN11) e 2 Lots and Mobile Home..Keyslone.... $22.500 ,f''

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Background In clerical duties, typing
Downtown Stork. $200 monthly. Can
WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED 35-40 wpm works well with people. THAT'SOURSIAlcehollc. I
remodel to suit al negotiable price
Port-time with option to convert to full- !Anonymous .
Phone 964 6305, John
ATTENTION HIRING I Government jobs, REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN Sunshine LICENSED INSURANCE AGENTS Federal time. Send resume to 218 S. Walnut St., 44-4150 or V64-1614 TFim
OFFICE SPACE: 500 It. for rent on
pd Ihru 3/30 sq.
Industries shelter workshop and military markets, leads Starke 32091. Attn: Business
area. 17.840.$69.48S. Call program
your Hwy 301, Starke. Apply at Durranc
evaluation guaranteed Issue, deduction Manager. No walk-Ins calls CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Freeestimates. i
planning payroll
((602)838) 8885. ext. R3493. 4tpd providing program or phone Pump 8 Supply. 964-7061. 8/25TF:
12/22.1/12 and lollow-up service for menIally top commissions top company seeking please. Itchg 112PRELIMINARY
1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE Hwy 301 South 1
Own.Tommy Reddish. 964 8559 TF
NEED EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME retarded adults. In a vocational program sportsmlnded person with positive INTERVIEWS for across from Wal-Mort/KOA. $350 '
JOB Sell Avon. For Information call Requirements: desire B.S. mental attitude. 901.853.4903. lean waiters/waitresses, cooks, BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour. month
Ramona 782.30MI t/'ITF degree; with I yr. Human Services Experience CRUISE SHIP JOBS Now hiring men and dellverypersons 8 cashiers at the new 782.3306. If no answer 762 3954. leave 12/8TF eves
or additional related experience women. Summer and career oppor Vito 8 Yogurt Shop In the WalMart name and number. 8/25TF
can substitute for B.S. tunities. Excellent world Plaza. WELL DRILLING. PUMPS SERVICE Dur
Government jobs, pay plus Friday Jan. 13.3 5 p.m.We are
Immediate degree. Excellent salary and fringe travel. Hawaii Bahamas. Caribbean looking for energetic hardworking ranee Pump 8 Supply Co.. Water
your area. Many openings benefits. Send to Bob Larimer Systems Specialists, 664 N. Temple
resume ClassifiedsGet
list test. etc. CALL NOW. 206-736-700O. ext. people to help us open our new store.
without or
$17.840.$69.485.waiting Call 1-6028388885 at P.O. Box 509 Starke, Fl. 32091 10SC. Icon Management position possible. Ave.. US 301. Stark. Fl 32091. 9/8TF
R)1006.fcan 964.7699.2tchg 1/12.19 NOW ACCEPTING RESUMES for lull.time Please, no phono calls. Itchg 1/12 SU-El RETIREMENT HOME Day week
ext. .
PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER of long term stay. 468 2619. II/I7TF
EASY WORKI I EXCELLENT PAYI I Assemble Capable positions at Bryan's Ace Hardware. EXECUTIVE SECRETARVt Requirements:
products at home. Call for Inlormo handling full set of books Including accounts Send resumes to: 1101 S. Walnut St., must be able to operate personal computer SEWING MACHINES!' All makes S muduls Results
tion. 504641-8003. ext. 9579. 2tpd payable and payroll. Submit Starke 32091. 4tchg 1/12-2/2 type minimum of 60 words per cleaned oiled adjusted $15. 19 years !
1/5-12 resume to P.O. Box 245 Keystone His, HAIRDRESSER WANTED Call Terri alter 6 minute and learn personnel' functions. experience. All work guaranteed.Hwy. .
Fla. 32656. Itchg 1/12 233 a 16 (Morgan Rd.). House
1/12.19 Contact
WILL BE TAKING APPLICATIONS DAILY p.m. 782.3940.2tchg Bradford Hospital. 964.6000 calls. 964.
between the hours of 2.5 p.m. for LONG HAUL TRUCKING: get Into a high NOW HIRING full and part-time ast.1. ext. 347. 2tchg 1/12-19 WE 11/IOTF
various positions In food service and demand career as an owner/operator manager and retail sales associates REGISTERED NURSES Practice your nursing MOVE MOBILE HOMES -
housekeeping. Must be 18 yrs. of age with north American Van Lines I Apply S A S Food Stores Hwy. 100. profession on a set contractual arrangement 964.5606.1J5TFCHRISTIAN TrainTo
experience helpful but not necessary. Operate your own tractor. If you don't Lake Butler 2tpd 1/12-19 with scheduled working WOMAN will do resident Be AProfessional
Apply In person only. No phone calls. have one we oilier a tractor purchase SECRETARIAL OFFICE HELP NEEDED experienced hours to accommodate your housekeeping. 9643730. 2lchg 1/12-18
Trail Motel S Restaurant In Lawtey. program that Is one of the best In the only need apply. 6689 Illeslyle...attractlv. compensation.. CHILD CARE nights alter school
2tchg 15.12FULL.TIME Industry. No experience necessary. If Shands Rd.. Keystone His., Fla. Call Call Mrs. Deborah Grace R.N., Director Mature, dependable.
964-6522. SECRETARY!
LICENSED REAL ESTATE you need training we will train you. 473-4984. Itchg 1/12 of Nursing Services Reception A Itchg 1/12
AGENT for confidential Interview, Call You must be 21, in good physical condition BRADFORD FURNITURE needs Medical Center Hospital ((904)) fSEC/RECEPTIONISTl
Lavern Outlaw 964-4522. 1/12TF and have a good driving record. upholstered. Pay corresponds with ex .496-2222 ext 109. 3tchg 1/12-24
Call northAmerican for a complete information perience. No phone colls.Apply US 301 EXPERIENCED WELDERS NEEDED pay EXEC. SECRETARY
package. 800.348-2147. ask North 2lchg 1/12-19 corresponds with experience. Apply Start locally.full-time/part-time.
for operator 97. lean ATTENTION EXCELLENT INCOME for 301 North. No phone calls please. Learn word processing & related
home assembly work. Info. Call Bradford Furniture. 2tchg 1/12-19 secretqrlal skills Home study and
504.646.1700, Dept P 848. 2tpd 1/12-19 resident trainIng. National
headquarters.Pompano Bch. Fl.

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you and your guest are cor { 1 Unnoticed...

to the TuBRc Oath of "
ceremony.'q County Jail Trustee Gets ArrestedA

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county jail inmate was arrestedand with three loose rounds,according to ding to Deputy Barry King! Brown was additionally charged
State Attorney returned to jail early Sunday Sgt. Gerald Hayes. Brown was apprehended with possession of a firearm by a
Eighth Judicial Circuit morning before his absence was by Sgt. Hayes and charged Thomas told the jailers he just convicted felon, burglary of a vehicle -
discovered. with carrying a concealed went out for a breath of fresh air(for ,grand theft-firearm,accordingto .
'Thursday, January 121 19891 firearm. which he had to remove a bolted Short.
38-year-old Tommy Brown was When taken to the county jail, screen). During the shift change at
Gainesville Woman's ( seen walking east on Washington St. Brown's escape was discovered. the city police department Brown remains in the county jail
2809 W. at 2 a.m. Jan 8. A city policeman Brown had left a bed roll in the bed Patrolman Mack Short told of a gun where he has been incarceratedsince
University. to"cover" his While charg- Nov.26 on multiple charges of
asked him to stop when he was escape. being stolen from a pickup truck
Gainesville Florida observed carrying a plastic bag, ing him additionally with the escape, The stolen 870 Remington, taken burglary, grand theft, dealing in
Brown ran but dropped the bag drug paraphernalia was found on from Wilbur Waters pickup truck, stolen property and other charges
which contained a 12-gauge shotgun him and he was also charged! accor was the one found in Brown's bag. from four arrests since August 8.
Rtception immediately fattaining


1 Three Arrested for Ste aling Autowoods

Jo.f2lnn's. Sale Three men who ran from a Starke Donald Williams, Jr., David according to Johnson. After
.. Closing Policeman Tuesday night, Jan. 2, Lamar Perry, 19, and Charles Lee chasing them for a few hundred the
feet the lost of the
patrolman sight
left behind a stolen vehicle.The men Thornton, 26, were charged with
and returned to the VPHIM leThe
were the next of men
apprehended morning grand theft auto and possession a
by Florida Highway Patrol short barrel shotgun, according to
Troopers.At Patrolman Jeff Johnson. Toyota was registered to a
While on routine patrol Jan. 2 Jacksonville man who had reportedthe
: 9:30 a.m. Jan. 3 at Morgan Patrolman Johnson observed a vehicle stolen Jan.1.A short bar-
,: Road north of Starke, three men Toyota with no tag light. An attemptto rel shotgun found inside the vehiclewas
: out of the woods. loaded but was not reported
Merchandise were seen coming stop the vehicle was unsuccessful
: ;.,'',,',' M os Lt. Winston Barber and Trooper D. and the chase began as the Toyota stolen. Both were impounded by the
>" C. Roberts detained two Jackson- sped north on US-301, said Johnson. officer.
> >::, ; To ville and Bond for the charges against
Up men a Gainesville man until Several miles outside the city limits
: city authorities arrived to make a the vehicle slid off the roadway andthree Williams, Perry and Thornton was
: ,:;/ ?;/< positive identification.- black males ran into theTrooper set at$1,000,they remain in custody.

:: ':,,:, ',_ 5Oo1?. : I Inspections (Continue

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CountyThe the danger presentedto The Patrol has found these check-
Florida Highway Patrol will the public by defective vehicle points to be an effective means of enforcing -
be conducting driver license and equipment, Troopers will concentrate the equipment and driver
For Sale vehicle inspection checkpoints during their efforts on vehicles being license laws of Florida while insur-
All Store Fixtures the week of Jan. 13 through Jan. operated with defects such as bad ing the protection of all motorists.
No Special Orders 19 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, brakes, worn tires and defective
In Stock Only SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, lighting equipment. In addition, at- Union CountyThe
No Phone Orders CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, tention will be directed to drivers Florida Highway Patrol will
CR-227,CR-221.CR-230 and CR-100A who would violate the driver license be conducting driver license and
Gift Wrap Extrar70AIlri's 11 vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
Final ing the week of Jan. 13 through Jan.
All Sales 19 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231,SR-241, <.
Please Redeem Gift Certificates SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
Country Crafts Fruit Tree SaleN CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
Promptly 796A in Union County.
& Wood Works

relocating to home JAN. 31 Man Charged
N.W. 29th Ave. STQRE Street ow is the best time of With FightingA

(Off SR.229 W) rot W Call the to plant fruit 28-year-old Starke man was arrested -
Custom Woodwork 964.854 7 year Jan. 7 after resisting city
police officers.
Baskets &Floral Designs Visa trees! Michael West was observed walk
ing on N. Water St. in the middle of
By Appointment Your the road, according to Patolman
Home or Mine SAVE 4O% Jerry Feltner. When approached by
After January 31 officers. West began to fight and
resisted efforts by the officers to
964-8738 Hourst93a53oM-IE: Seedless Orange Tree subdue him. According to Feltner
West had a strong odor of alcohol.
9:30-4.00 Sat. West was charged with disorderly
In3GaL conduct, two counts of resisting arrest -
$ 95 without violence and two counts
ContainersLoaded of resisting arrest with violence,
said Feltner.
with Bond for the charges was set at
Fr $3,300he was released on his own
lt'W I e Supplies Lost recognizance.


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40(1: Parson SatsumaKumquat Brown page 98Quarterback sack team leader Jason -

( Teams"Oreen. was voted best In"Special

Ryan Shute received his team's
Navel award for "Outstanding SeniorPlayer"

p pE P Tangerine The Kip. Boutte "Most Determined
onPEPSI R\Ot9ll\Dt7a Player"award went to Tim Olvens.
The trophy for "Best Sportsman
ship"went to Marty tlubb rd.
Mike DeKeyser received the Gary
Cooper ershlp"award.
The "Most Improved Player"trophy
went to Shawn Zike.Ryan .
COLADIET [ YAN I Shute won the"Best Scholastic -
award with a 3.9 grade average
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DeK ser, Givens, Shute and Hub-
bard were voted Team Captains for
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