Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01533
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01533
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Worth Interim Starke .p..o. "I''i''c' e"C..b."ie' .f."t.o' Be Elected TuesdayBy I I

Telegraph Staff... right to vote in the election. Hillsborough County Sheriff's work for ITT/Grinnell as a welding Southside Elementary. 1 '

Noting JJ Starke voters will select a chief of Department as a deputy,and earnedhis engineer on Nine Mile Nuclear Belcher is employed by Crosley
police to complete the unexpiredterm Charles B. Belcher... police standards certificate at plant. In 1985, prior to coming to Manufacturing Co. as production
of former Chief Jimmy Bowen Chuck (Charles) Belcher's father, the Tampa Police Academy the Starke, Belcher worked at Oyster manager.If .
next Tuesday January 24. a police officer in Charleston, W. same year. He separated from the Creek Nuclear plant, as a quality elected, he plans to reestablishhis
BHS Alumni Meet... The newly elected chief will serve Va., was killed In the line of duty sheriff's office in August, 1977. control inspector.Belcher police standards certificate I
eight months, until the end of the when Chuck was two years old. Belcher entered nuclear weldingand said he moved around before the next election.
A BHS Alumni has been because the nuclear field When Belcher first talked to The
meeting fiscal Sept. 30. Chuck's mother died when he was 14 quality control school with was win
set for Monday, Jan. 23, at 6 p.m., Four year candidates qualified for the years old, so he came to Tampa, to Daniels International Co., in Fulton, ding down and jobs became scarce. Telegraph, he said he left the
in the Western Steer Sleakhouse. : Charles Belcher, John live with an older sister. Mo., in late 1977. In 1979 he moved to Belcher visited his brother, Danny Hillsborough Sheriff's Department
A special guest speaker is planned. Hodges position, Jimmy Epps and Ricky Belcheritraduated/ from Oakland, Cal., where he worked for Belcher, some 18 years ago, and lik- (HSD) for better paying jobs in the
All alumni are invited. Bring a Bennett. All four candidates have Hillsborough High School in 1959. Kaiser Engineering as a quality con ed Starke. He told Danny that when nuclear field.Subsequently.
guest. law enforcement experience and In 1964 Belcher joined the U.S. Air trol supervisor for two years, followed he settled down to raise a family, The Telegraph
other positive assets for consideration Force, and rose to the rank of staff by three years as a reactor Starke would become his hometown.In learned Belcher" was "Involuntarilyterminated
Unemployed..? but some have a few negative sergeant as a military policeman, building superintendent with Kaiser. 1985 he came to Starke to live. or fired Aug. 5, 1977,
aspects that voters should consider.The with a tour of duty in Vietnam. He Belcher moved from Oakland to Belcher married the former according to personnel records.
Unemployed persons meeting received an honorable dischargefrom Yuma, Arizona, continuing to work Cheryl Brege from Nunika, Mich. in Belcher explained he was
Telegraph, following a long
certain the dislocated criteria worker may be eligible for tradition, isn't endorsing any of the the military forces in 1973, and for Kaiser where he was involved in 1978, and the couple now has one unaware of the record in his personDOT -
program, four candidates, but recommendsevery returned to Florida.In the construction of MX missle silos. student Samantha, an AB honor
under the Job Training Partnership
registered enter exercise his 1973 Belcher joined the In 1984 he moved to New York, to in the third grade at
Act.Call -
Sandra Demps at (904)) ....
758-0433 in Lake City for further In- >- ..,. DelaysHearing
formation. Ms. Demps works for a .., ...'"
state agency, Job Service of
Florida, a subdivision of Florida .r

Dept. of Labor.Baseball. ij ij1

On Toll Rd.
An organizational meeting for
BHS baseball boosters will be held
Tuesday, Jan. 24, at the Bradford- A previously announced date of
Union Vo Tech Center. For more mid-January for notice of a second
information, call 964-7824 after 4 round of public hearings on the proposed
p.m., and week-ends. Jacksonville-to-Tampa toll
road has been moved back, and the
Class of 1969... dates are now expected to be con- '
1lIjn firmed next week by Tallahassee,
BHS class of 1969 will meet to for the I
; 1 according a spokesperson
Thursday Jan. 26, at 7 p.m., in the 4; ; Mt Lake City District II office of the
Western Steer Steak House to plan of TransportationDST
for a 20th class reunion. Call Linda ( ).
Patrick, 964-5000 or Evelyn Chas- a d' Tina Busscher, DOT information

tain, 964-7271. officer for Distrioct II, said Tuesdaythe
Hospice Workshop... hearings will be held primarilyto

A hospice workshop to understand answser questions raised by the I
death and dying, sponsored by public at an earlier hearing,and will
North Central Florida Hospice, not include a discussion of new cor-
Inc., a service of Alaehua General ridors or changes in corridors
Hospital, Inc., will be held Jan. 28, presently designated. The study of
Feb. 2 and Feb. 9. Presented in 3 corridors has been extended "...for
parts at the St. Anne's Church as long as necessary" to completethe
St. \ work, Busscher said, which
Magnolia Keystone Heights. tf
should be finished within this calen-
The program is open to all per .
sons interested in improving their Local Boy Makes Good... dar year. J
knowledge of care of the dying. Ms. Busscher said the delay was
Registration limited to 25. Call Local boy Len Register, from Bradford County "and proud of It," knees) and wife, Mary Jane Master of Ceremonies Ben Campen Mrs. not occasioned by a recent audit that j
ph. 338-2121. speak to the crowd of some 730)in the Gainesville Woman's Club after be- Carla Reglstr, Len's wife, and Len's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lennard showed DOT has insufficient-
ing sworn-ln as the new state attorney of the 8th Judicial Circuit. Register. budgetary requirements. Among \
CC Banquet... Seated on the stage l-r) were Oov. Bob Martinez (you can see just his other things, the audit said the ,
department had committed itself to
Starke-Bradford County Chamberof spending $177.6 million more for
Commerce annual banquet will "Local rights-of-way than it had availablefor
be held Saturday, Jan. 28, in Post Boy" Register Is New State AttorneyDeclaring this purpose. Busscher said,
Headquarters, Camp Blanding. Call however, this will not affect the toll
964-5278 to make reservations. road project, since it is to be built
his office doors will be for the 8th Judicial Circuit,which includes oath of office. He said Register has constitutional amendment passed to with bond m ney and funds to com
Awareness Day... open to the public, Bradford native Alachua, Baker, Bradford, learned things, as part of a federal give victims of crime more rights in plete the corridor studies are
Len Register took the oath of office Gilchrist,Levy,and Union Counties. drug task force based in the system. already on hand.SFCC .
The public is invited to a Hazar- last Thursday, Jan. 12, as the newly "We had a hard choice to make' Tallahassee, that state prosecutorsnever Register said he and wife, Carla,
dous Waste and
Tri-County appointed state's attorney of the 8th said Gov. Martinez. The appoint- learn. Gov. Martinez read the are proud to have the community
Awareness Day, Saturday, Jan. 28, Judicial Circuit. ment followed the death of 16-year commission.In "open up and welcome us back CenterTo
at Raiford Community Center, 11 veteran State Attorney Gene T. his acceptance speech,Registersaid home." Register's parents and wife
to 4 Chicken and rice din-
a.m. p.m. Some 750 persons were packed like Whitworth. Register got the appointment it is good to be home. He promised were seated on the stage. Len's two Be Named
ners, guest music speakers, country and sardines, while standing in the over Whitworth's long-time to remember the small counties brothers, Steve, and Chuck, were in
will be
gospel presented. auditorium of the Gainesville assistant Ken Herbert, who has of Baker, Bradford, the audience.For .
Microwave Classes... Woman's Club for the swearing-in resigned and taken a job with the Gilchrist, and Union, which he saidare For AndrewsThe
ceremony and speeches by Gov. Bob state's attorney's office in Orlando. important. the past four years Registerhas
A two-part microwave series will Martinez, who appointed Register; "When you have competent people been a federal prosecutor with Santa Fe Community College I
be offered at the Bradford County Circuit Judge Tom Elwell, and one happens to be a Republicanwho Register, who graduated from the U.S. Attorney's Office in Starke Center, which opened in 1985
Extension office on Janmuary 26 Register's first boss who presentedthe Is also competent you pick that Bradford High School in 1972 and Tallahassee. Prior to that, he servedas and now serves more than 400 I
and February 2, at 7 p.m. new state's attorney with the candidate," Gov. Martinez said, ad- was co-captain: of the football team, a state prosecutor in both the 8th students, will be renamed for Starke j
Learn to use the microwave oven first badge Register had when he ding that Register brought with him told the crowd the two top prioritiesof and 3rd Judicial Circuits.His businessman Guy Andrews in ,
you received for Christmas! Basic was an assistant state's attorney experience from both the federal his job will be: first job was in the Starke office dedication ceremonies at 2 p.m.
principals and meal preparationwill based in Starke. It seemed as if half and state legal systems. Martinez Targeting career criminals and of the state attorney's office. Saturday, Jan. 21, in the First Baptist -
be demonstrated at each ses- of Starke attended the ceremonies."It said Register's political party was promoting programs to keep them Elwell said he found his old badge in Church of Starke.A .
is a local boy makes good not the reason for his appointment, off the streets. Register advocates his desk after Register left. reception will follow at the new-
sion.Registration is $5, and must be story,"said Gov. Bob Martinez, who but certainly was a factor. additional prison beds to keep Register grew up in Bradford ly named Andrews Center with the
prepaid by Jan. 24. Call 964-6280, picked a fellow Republican. "Register has the right attitudefor career criminals; off the street, a County where his father has been unveiling of a plaque commemorating -
extension 209 or 284 for details. Register, 35, was described by Gov. the job," said Gov. Martinez. stand for which he got a big hand. head football coach and athletic the event. The public is
Martinez, as "a compassionate individual "His conservative stand on crime "We need to discard the notion of director, and a school ad invited to attend.
who donates time and effortto issues like victims rights, prosecuting rehabilitation and build more ministrator. At present his father, Mayor Bobby Biggs has proclaimed -
Porgy and Bess... charitable causes. career criminals and prisons," Register said. Lennard, Register is operations January 21, 1989 as Guy Andrews
strong drug enforcement representsthe Aid to victims of crimes. "The director for the Bradford school Day in Starke.
Bradford Hospital presents the conservative attitude of the demands His mother, Ernestine, is a Andrews organized and chairedthe
that at-
immortal classic show "Porgy and Register, son of Mr. and Mrs.Len- people public now we give that
took in the 8th Judicial Circuit." tention to something we should librarian in the Bradford school committee planned
nard Register of Crystal Lake,
Bess music by George
featuring and renovated the 1902
Gershwin, such as "Summertime," over Jan. 3 as the head prosecutor Judge Elwell administered the already be doing, Register said the system. Bradford County Courthouse and

"I got plenty of ( "It nearby area for the center.Andrewsled
ain t necessarily so," Saturday, Refuses Offer of 9mm Weapons for Policeby the community in its efforts to
Jan. 21, in the BHS Auditorium, at Council build the certer; and by con-
8 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults and tributing $1 million to the project,
$2 for students of all ages. Buster Rahn used to write 100-105 tickets a No action was taken on the re- became its major, donor.
Tickets are on sale at Santa Fe BCT Staff Writer allow ,when I was working traffic," quest. "It is most fitting that the centerbe
Community College, Andrews The Starke council turned down an named for Mr. Andrews," said
Center, Bradford-::High School, offer to provide new 9-MM semi second ; SFCC President Alan Robertson."He .
Chamber of Commerce, Bradford automatic for police officers chief reported, saying that gave selflessly to bring a college -
Hospital, Mitchell's Drug Store. in its weapons regular meeting Tues- continue to exceed the New Cage Okayed... campus to Starke and con-
and Leila's Dress shop. day, Jan. 17. jected limit on several city streets, Chief Reno said the Departmentneeds tinues to this day to further" the
arteries of the ci- of education in the area.
as on cause
another for one of the
The offer, relayed to the cage
Vo Tech Classes... During the Great Depression daysof
Chief Bill Reno, was buying tickets are now expen- new police cruisers. Three cruisers
The Bradford Vo Tech will be of- made by by Acting the business community new running as much as $90 for a have cages, but the fourth cannot be the 1930s of, Andrews Florida on went a scholar-to the y

fering the following Community which it planned to raise the $7,350 money offense for its, with coffers.the city getting 68 safely used for transporting persons ship University awarded by Bradford County.He .
Eductional Courses. Pre- required and donate it to the city, stand under arrest. has since repaid the county witha
registeration is required for all with the proviso that new weapons stolen lifetime of service. .
classes. Please call 964-6800, ext. would be purchased with the funds. City Tucker said the city pur- Commissioner Schaefer told Reno Andrews has been President of the
122 for further information. Chief Reno said officers are out- mally the radar units currently In there is money in the budget to pur- Bradford County Chamber of Commerce I
Word Processing 2/7 thru 3/9. gunned by criminals today, and new within the last two years, paying safe- of the Starke
for them. Tucker said the ci- chase the cage, and since it is a Is a member I
Begin Flower Arranging, 2/21 semi-automatic weapons are neededto from ty item costing about $300, to go Rotary Club,and the Bradford County -
thru 4/4. provide some equity. Officers (Jan. $30-35,000 per year
ahead and buy it. Development Authority.
Advance Flower Arranging 223thru armed with revolvers normally have fines.
4/6. only 18 rounds of ammo on them at want
Computers for beginners, 2/27 any given time, while the new Bar- until Ingram Out As CC Director I
thru 3/20 retta carries 15 rounds in the clip said."I
and one in the chamber. Reno was
Upcoming... carrying one of the new weapons at a agreement has been reached Differences in management week.Plans for the upcoming Chamber j
the meeting, and had 46 rounds of ty to which Chamber of Commerce philosophy is cited for the reason for '
fair this
and the Spring -
scheduled in the banquet county
Public meetings ammo with him, he said. Wally Ingram has resign- resignation of Ingram, who had a made President
are being says
coming weeks are: Chief Reno said the two FBI men Jan. 31. three-year contract with theChdniuci Miller. t

Bradford County Economic killed in a Miami shoot-out some ; ', iugiam ......... uue lluiu Ingram has indicated he has ac-
Corporation will hold back were armed with time. .
Development months
Kansas out of state in an '
a year ago. cepted a position
will be at the
its board meeting Thursday Jan. revolvers, going up against urug working unrelated field. ;
for the remainder of the
19, at 5 p.m., in Santa Fe Com- dealers armed with more modern- says CofC President John Ingram will not be working at the The Executive Committee of the
munity College Conference Room. weapons resulting in the death orthe Chamber office the remainder of Board of Directors of the Chamber
Bradford County School Board officers. this month. worked out the agreementwhich
will meet Monday, Jan. 30, at 7 Other instances of unequal firefights -
Fair The position of Chamber director was presented to and approved by.
the Bradford County .
p.m., in Admin Building on North were cited by Chief Reno,who gram will be advertised starting th.s the full board Jan. 12
Temple Ave..Bradford. admitted that he had never been in ..
County Zoning Boardis one, but wants to be prepared In .
set to meet Monday, Jan. 30, at event one happens. He In Our Bisection J i
6:30 p.m. for a workshop session in needs .
City Hall. Starke police officers furnish their ing Am Boy 8co U .pot In a hard SatonUy. i ," ..-.as they loafed dl.earred aa.w- .,..Ice a
New River Solid Waste Association -. own handguns, and use a variety of we cbM retention project.The feUou Cat* .fits. the act next week fa"Operation Baud Dmmtf.
will meet Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 7 .38's, .45's and .357's. Anything goes and 7B. :r "
p.m., in Baker County Courthouse as long as it is approved by the chief, net $ I pap
In Macclenny. Reno said. Reno

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Chamber Banquet SetA I

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,f t. ,: '; fun-filled, action- eked even There will be no speaker.New .

to.. f' 1 .. 1'j ..,._ ing is planned Jan. 28 for the annual officers will be installed.
l :. _.' banquet and installation ceremony They are vice-
by the Chamber of Commerce.The Dr. Bernard McFadden
Chamber will name a Citizenof president, and Eddie Douglas,

.. the Year, Humanitarian of the treasurer.
i Year, and Students of the Year for The Banquet is set at the New Ar-
Bradford High and Santa Fe High. mory in Camp Blanding. A steak
t The some 300 expected to attend dinner is planned, said Carolyn
I tI will be entertained by a skit,entitled Autry, who is organizing the ban
"True Colors," and performed by a quet.The social hour is from 6-7 p.m.
I professional group which works for Dinner is at 7 p.m.
t ti a book publishing company. "Whatit
! tickets is tomorrow
Deadline for
will make do is evaluate your
i own personality up but in a comical (Friday, Jan. 20). For tickets call
I the Chamber office, 964-5278.
\ manner, says Evelyn Chastain,
I II who has lined up th? performance. Tickets: 17.50 each.
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"I. f 1p v .. .rsr..a .r Chief of Police 7'

Hampton Smartles... 1989
January 24 if
Thaw kindergarten through second grade Hampton Elementary Student In the middle from left to right:Julio McMWan, Amanda Rannagan, Brad A 1 r .i
made might A'.on their report cards for the part Ix-week grading period. Muse,fawn Lovell,Paul Turner,Steven Knlpp,Detra Ford,Nina Contois and
I From left to right In the rear:Donna Shuford,ChrkUna Camunlchael,Melody Raymond: Rhoden.In "As A 12 Year Veteran qf the Starke Police

Barr,NIt W Baker,Jiuton Harp,Joshua llodgw, Jason Lovell and Brandt the front row from left to right Emily Cenest,Brian McdelUn,Rene Department Ifeel that I am fully qualified to

Ha.._ Ford.Charlcne ClIfton, Rachel Smith,Joshua Meny Be'ran and|o...... Starling. serve as your Chief of Police.

I am sincerely concerned with the welfare( qf

. Starke Zoning Board Ok's Three Requests all the people of the city, and will uphold the

-- -- duties of this office >to the best of my ability."
U ..1.

by Buster Rahn of the request to city commissionerswas Board member Orion Wells ob- will be an improvement in the com- Other Qualifications Include:
BCT Staff Writer 50.Board. jected to another food store being munity."
The Starke Zoning Board and the of Adjustment... approved for the corner,with the ex- Site plans, which show gas pumps Graduate Police Certificate Holder fromAcademy
City Board of Adjustment grantedthe isting Shell operation on the East on Madison Street eliminated,
were U. of No. Fla. in Law
three requests that came beforeit Beulah Napier asked the Board of side of US-301 and the proposed con- approved by the city council Tues-
Thursday, Jan. 5, in a special Adjustment for a special exceptionto venience store on the North side of day night. BHS Graduate Enforcement and Sound
meeting.In put a mobile home on a parcel zoned Madison Street, approved recently The Board of Adjustment approved Class of'72 & Environment
the regular meeting scheduledfor after the
Agriculture, fact.
for Freeman Register III. the request,with completion datein
Dec. 29, a of zoning The mobile home is Resident Completed Courses at
quorum already on Wells said he had no personal ob- six months, on a 4-1 vote. Wells Lifelong
board members was not present, lot.Mrs. jection to Coastal Mart,but had con- dissented. All five member of the of Starke Santa Fe Community
necessitating the special session. Napier said she purchasedthe cerns with three stores on the three Board of Adjustment
Five Starke zoning board memberswere land on East Market Road for corners of the major intersection. they are Chairman Claire were present; College, dealing with law
present Warney Adkins, Cindy the purpose of placing a mobile Scurlock said "everything will be Sam Bassett, Ken Teal,Orian Wells, pd.pot adv. enforcement
Vernon Barber Walt home it, without
on realizing a under canopy i and the new building Ron Denmark.
Westcott, Debbie Connoughton. Not special exception would be required,
present were Jimmy Epps and Doris since there are other mobile homesin
Sandberg. the area.
There was no objection to the OFFICIAL BALLOT
Zoning Board... special exception by adjacent land Cs)
Only one item was scheduled to he owners, and none from the board. FIRST PRIMARY
heard by the zoning board. Frank The request was approved 5-0, ands SPECIAL ELECTION
Porecca requested that .37 of an [ not subject to action by city com-
acre at South and South Thompson missioners. STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Streets be rezoned from Light Industrial .
(LI) to Residential Multi- Joy Food Store... JANUARY 24, 1989To nnnnnnnnnflo
family (RS2-MF), to bring he plot Supervisors of Maintenance and
into conformance with the duplexnow Construction Rick Scurlock and vote for a person whose name Is printed on the
on the same Fred Baucom representing Coastal ballot, mark a cross (00) in the square at the RIGHT of the
Porecca would be unableto Mart, asked for a special exceptionto name of the person for whom you desire to vote. DOME
replace the home under present install gasoline pumps in connection
zoning, in event the building were to with the proposed conveniencestore
burn. in the Sw corner of Madison CHIEF OF POLICE
There was no objection to the request Street and US-301S. Makes I !< Bookkeeping( a SnapJAmerica's f
by adjacent property owners, Gasoline is already being sold at (Term Expires 9-30-89) Vote for One
and none from board members.The the location by Coastal Marts, suc- .

vote to recommend apprpval. i-cessor. to Joy Food Stores. .A :. ..CHARLES: BELCHER; ,, ,. \ ...,;$ '- M stWidely Us d I

Crime Watch Neighborhoods


Following an initial Crime Watch meeting at the City Hall Thursday ..... ( )
Jan. 12, Major Bill Reno, acting police chief, announced that O START ANYTIME
two additional meetings will be held to organize Crime Watch JOHN HODGES V-
Neighborhoods, and appoint block captains. No dates have been ',O SAVES YOU TIME
finalized for these meetings, Reno said.

At the meeting last week, Sgt.Dick Gerard of Gainesville outlined REr t1M 89-1 SAVES YOU TAXES
ways of safeguarding residences and businesses so that the work (AMEND*. i CITY OF STARKE QUICK ACCURATE EASY
of prowlers and/or burglars could be made more difficult and less CHART AKE THE CHIEF OF
profitable. Gerard said that since this is an era of working wives, POY APPOINTED OFFICE) GOOD FOR INDIVIDUALS, CORPORATIONS
daytime burglaries have become more prevalent because homesare :
left unoccupied during daylight hours. The City .. Charter S6(0)( ) Is hereby amended to AND PARTNERSHIPSFor

Reno said that when Crime Watch Neighborhoods become read as fC'"' IIII""".
organized, they will be supplied with Crime Watch signs by the City Police c-r ,>olnted by City Commission. (IA) The City all your Accounting Supplies Call for

without cost. Com .s empowered to employ and appoint a Chief Immediate !
More than 50 people attended last Thursday's meeting, many of of r .,d a police force. The City Commission shall Delivery
them from the black community which has been plagued by the
r .: and regulate by ordinance the duties, terms of
of crack cocaine the
problem during past year.
'" and salary of all police officers. 964-5764
Since Reno was appointed acting chief, he has met frequently
with Starke clergy and residents to discuss crime in low-income
nei borhoods.He has also led efforts to demolish dwellings knownas
crack houses", and clean up vacant buildings and wooded For AgainstREFERENDUM
areas that have become hideouts for crack operations. Business Card



Before the Show... from 8-10 p.m.,with Ken Perez, OFFICERS UNDER FLA. STAT. 943.13)
Dine on the best chicken pilau caller. For additional informationcall l.OOO Count
ever tasted, prepared by Bradford 964-7955. The City of Starke Charter S6(0)( ) Is hereby amended to add Raised Print 1895

Counties best pilau cook, Les Employer Wanted... the following:
Whitehead. Dinner will be served in Minimum Qualifications for Police Chief: No person shall One Color InkDubber
the BHS cafeteria 6-7:30: priorto Employers are wanted to par-
the Porgy and Bess presentation.The ticipate in the Title III Dislocated serve as Chief of Police for the City of Starke unless such
dinner is being sponsored by Worker Program.The person has satisfied the minimum qualifications
the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary. $4 Job Training Partnership requirements for police officers pursuant to S 943.13
donation requested, with dessert Act (JTPA) will fund on-the-job Florida Statutes.
extra. training positions for the long term Stamps

Dance... unemployed.For
further information call San- For Against
Plus Level square dance instruction dra Demps in Lake City, at (904) Made/ to Order
is available each Tuesday!in 7584433, in the Florida Department .
the KlnltSlev Lake Civic.Center, of Labor office.
For All
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Bradford Hospital
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Guy Andrews has served Santa Fe Community College for
', :,- over 25 years. He has been Chairman of the Bradford
t County Advisory Committee, a member of the Board of
.N. w y Trustees, Chairman of the Starke Center Steering I
..r W Committee, and a community leader committed to the
r concept of education for each citizen of Bradford County.
j Guy Andrews and his wife created the Guy and Elizabeth

Andrews Scholarship Program, which guarantees "
financial assistance to any citizen from Bradford Countyat
Santa Fe Community College.

The Board of Directors of the Santa Fe Community
College Endowment Corporation is proud to recognize the
-g I extraordinary leadership and community service of Guy
I 1i Andrews. By action of the Board on this day, January 21,
1989, this educational facility is hereby named the


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I !iht tq.eW88n. t a-Fe--Gommtlnity---eelleJe: :: ._: '

Endowment Board of Directors

cordially invites you and all

Citizens of Bradford County

;:: to attend the

Dedication of the Andrews Center

Saturday, January 21, 1989, at 2:00 p.m

at the First Baptist Church of Starke

Reception immediately following the dedication at the :

Andrews Center .',

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Charles L. Blount, President Harold C. Farnsworth, Jr. James F. Moore jp/ i* '",., Norris O.Roszel "',
E. Finley Cannon,Jr., .,W.Marvin Gresham Larry S.Noegel '.*!w:,,.\.". James D.Salter
Ralph W.Cellon,Jr. Alan D.Hetze M. M. Parrish : W.Harvey Sharron,Jr.
Steph n.G.DenmarkJr. RobertF.Kelly. Judge George H. e'L' \s y Hugh E.Shiver
W.Phillip Dunn Sen. George G.Kirkpatrick" ,Jr. Freeman Regtster"III Charles T. Smith,Jr.
Jackie Ebaugh. Judge Stephen P.Mickle Alan J. Robertson George W.Wright r
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Santa Fe Pass Developers Ask .DNR

To Permit Extension of Boat Ramp

and the Toll Road
Starke ,- .: -'. .
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An 11-year battle at the Santa Fe
pass development took a new turn a ,. t+ {,
A story in the Sunday edition of the hundreds of acres from Bradford Coun- last week when Norm LaCoe, at- I

Florida Times Union painted a rather ty tax rolls, but most all the land taken torney for with the all developers demands ,of agreed Alachua to

dismal picture for traffic related would be green' belt agriculture, taxedat comply County and the Department of
business firms in Starke. if and when a very low rate. A by-pass.. around Natural Resources for removal of 1. 1I
the proposed Jacksonville-Tampa toll Starke will take essentially the same fill placed in the wetlands and

road is built. amount of land.Bradford restoration of the area. I ,
The article appeared Sunday Jan. 15, residents must adjust to The agreement, however, was i1 : )

and quoted two or three local people, changing conditions, because change is based on the predicate after-the-fact that DNR .
would an permitfor
one of whom wanted "to get out before coming, approaching our county from a boat ramp built in 1978 on
the road gets here." both north and south. If county officialsdo sovereign (State-owned) lands at the '* Ii

Reflecting on those comments, we not plan for orderly growth, then a pass and allow an 80-foot extensionof 'f r i r n
believe the thrust of the article is unduly hodge-podge will develop, as seen in the ramp into the lake.LaCoe said
the was needed to serve the )
counties south of here. ramp A
pessimistic, for several reasons. some recreation needs of residents who s ;

Starke residents don't need traffic Both Gainesville and Lake City are had bought lots and built homes in
around the uplands areas of the Pass 4
counts to remember how traffic on moving westward, centering s
development r
US-301 has increased in the past five 1-75, and Palatka is moving to SR-19, the 1

years, until it is now suicidal to cross Salt Springs highway, pointing out that Robert Griscti, attorney for the .. ,La
Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Assn., opponents ;
communities continue to move
the busy road anywhere other than at a growing << of the project said the
traffic light. away from the old downtown areas. should not give permission to use r
Communities either grow or regress, State-owned property (sovereign ,
Last Monday a 119 car train blocked there is no remaining constant.At lands) below the high water mark of
every crossing in Starke, including the lake, which would set a bad .Q '
US-301, when it turned west on the old"Peggy" this time, Starke remains un- precedent for other developers. 'a- '

line. In the few minutes it tookto discovered by industry, but it may well "They violated the law,'and now I

clear, traffic backed up to the Bran- develop into a bedroom community for they ask for permission to use the
ding Iron Restaurant on the north and a Jacksonville upon completion of a land they Illegally filled" Griscti
like distance on the south enda total of modern fast-track highway near by. said.

about two miles.In Fighting new highway construction LaCoe has argued that he is in
to relieve traffic congestion in favor of an environmental plan for
the six to ten years required to Stare is a waste of energy. Area Santa Fe Lake, but wants it to applyto
complete the proposed toll toad, it will residents will do well to cooperate in everyone, not just Santa Fe Pass

be next to impossible to get through solving traffic problems, thereby hav- Developers. He says that private
Starke, if traffic count continues to landowners around the lake have
making plans.
ing some input in
also violated state laws by alteringthe
climb at the same rate it has in the past
five years. Clearly, something must be 'the road is coming, sooner or later shoreline over the to years.improve their properties
done. but we don't see Starke becoming a

ghost town. Harold Hill, Lake Dwellers presi- Norm LaCoe, attorney for Santa Fe Pass.
The rail crossing on south US-301 dent, says that all such violations Disputed Inc. surveys site of proposed boat ramp ex-
that observed around the lake
compounds the problems. An overpassat have were been reported, and that the individual Boat tension, being requested as part of agreement -
that point would wipe out all road Vote for QualificationsFor owners who were in viola- Ramp with Alachua county and the Depart-
front businesses from SR-100 to the KOA tion complied with county and state ment of Natural Resources for removal of

Campground. eliminating that possibility. Police ChiefAs regulations without question. Site fill illegally dumped in wetlands on Santa

Hill said the massive boat ramp Fe Lake in 1978.

A by-pass around Starke would drain extension as proposed by the
the rules now a person can
developers,would require additional
off more traffic than the proposed toll become Chief of Police without meetingthe filling in the lake. The ramp wouldbe
road. If a by-pass is constructed, it will requirements of Article 5 of the enclosed in sheeting that would

quite likely fork off US-301 above State Statutes requiring a minimum of cause a major disturbance and turbidity areas. LaCoe says that although who say the wetlands will quickly
Lawtey and re-enter below Waldo, tying 560 hours of) training at the Police : in the water, he said. The size 5,000 cubic yards of fill was used in become re-established as fish
into SR-24 (Waldo to Gainesville) on the course given by Santa Fe and of this ramp indicates that it is Intended areas of the 110 acres owned by the breeding grounds once the fill is
Academy for some use other than by and the lake allowed to
south end of town. .. developers,not all of it was placed in
Lake City Community Colleges. If the few homeowners who have builtin wetlands.The cover its natural shoreline.
In six to ten years, a toll road will elected without qualifications, as is the the subdivision, Hill said. developers also argue that it Regardless of DNR's action on let
remove most of the large trucks plying case now, a Starke Police Chief is onlyan will do more environmental damageto ting the existing boat ramp remain,
merchants administrative officer without the In recent weeks, Alachua County remove the fill, now that it has and granting the extension or not,
US-301, with no loss to local engineers and code enforcement officials been In place more than a decade, the final decision on the sovereign
since truck drivers rarely] stop to eat or power even to make an arrest on his have been working on a plan than to leave it in place. However lands will be made by the Governorand
buy gasoline in Starke. Passenger cars own. This is a totally unacceptable for removal of the fill in the this is disputed by environmentalists the Cabinet.
would likely continue using US-301 situation and should be remedied at the

through Starke, since the toll road as earliest possible time.
planned will cut the distance to DuPont Cleared for Mining

Gainesville or Tamp'a very little, if any, There will be a separate ballot at the Forestry .

and motorists don t like to pay tolls.We January 24 election setting forth New Tract- in Four Counties ', '::1'/' ll1in"Bradford.County

qualifications fpr the Chief of Police office ... .., ..... ... ...
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agree with Jim Blobdworth that whether elective': appointive. <*- ;" "" .!: .
A DuPont mining operation on 6,900acres ffl OE.iro .,,,.;n *fl'PxD5"W.WWort011Bradford
another major highway will remove Although, in our opinion, i it seems in four Northeast Florida counties, :.. County Forester
preferable to< have the office appointive, including Bradford would disturb about

Past Presidents as most cities.in Florida do, with the ex- 527 acres of wetland and sand hill terrain, !Ii1 ,d'"'r"I'f ai
ception of a very fewwe strongly reducing habitat for at least four threatened : Maxvlpel Arbor Day Jan.; 20

Treated RoyallyWe believe that ALL voters, whether they species of special concern, according to -l
an environmental assessment of the
pro- This Friday over 1,000 schools
support elected or appointive chiefs

read that the President and First should certainly vote in favor of lawfulqualifications. ject.However, "Mitigation efforts" by the Br.eaordbziy observe throughout Arbor Florida Day are activities expected on to

Lady will divide their time between a company will reduce significance of January 20. foresters with the.
$2.5 million home in Hollywood, their adverse impacts on the environment ac- Highland Florida Division of Forestry can
cording to a report prepared for the com- lend their assistance in any of these
ranch in Santa
mountaintop Barbara IRS Invites Comments, pany by the U.S. Environmental Protec- f locations upon request.
County, or plush quarters in tion Agency. ]

Washington in case they find time to DuPont plans to mine the land for Florida's Arbor Day observance is
return to that city now and then. But Keep 'em CleanThis titanium minerals that include ilmenite, laMer one of the earliest in the country. We
and several by-products, including take advantage of cool weather-and
As ex-President, Mr. Reagan will staurolite and zircon. Ilmenite, the main dormancy for planting during
receive an annual pension of $99,500 for year's federal Income tax product, is a heavy black mineral used in January and February.Trees can be
his services during the past eight years, forms are said to contain a new high grade paints. The proposed new min- planted and moved to new locations
and another $29,100 pension as ex- featurebetter than a crossword ing operation is near Maxville and in- with the best chance of surviving
cludes portions of Baker, Duval and Clay transplant shock during these mon-
Governor of California.In puzzle. It asks the filler-outer to Counties in addition to Bradford. ths.

addition to these stipends, Mr. estimate the average time requiredto has
The been
mining plan already approved Starks'
Reagan has announced his intention to complete and file the form with by Regional Planning Councils In Depending on the weather, Arbor
return to the "mashed potato and the IRS. The estimates are broken North Central and Northeast Florida, and Day ceremonies are conducted near-
down according to the estimated also by County Commissions in the four the ly every month of the year in some
pea circuit" of well-paid luncheon terrain that is present habitat of the section of the U.S. These obser-
counties affected.
speakers, and Mrs. Reagan intends to time needed for recordkeeping; several species of concern: the vances carry on a tradition that
write her memoirs which should net learning about the law or the form; The regional planning councils reportedin Southeastern American kestrel, the Sherman began In 1872 by J. Sterling Morton
their review of the development that the fox squirrel, the Florida mouse
preparing the form; and copying, from the Nebraska Board of
another million or so. gopher tortoise, Indigo snake the red
would have adverse
mining operation an Agriculture.This was his way of encouraging
assembling and sending It to the
effect on an environmentally sensitivearea. cockaded woodpecker, and the Florida
Among their many other "percs" the tree planting in his state,
Reagans will be provided with around- IRS.Lost The EPA report said, however, that pine snake. at that time the state of Nebraskawas
Weekend. According to the some environmental impact would occur Some 309 acres of wetlandsnone con- tree-less.
the-clock Secret Service protection for IRS estimates, Form 1040 alone will from the mining, but would not be significant sidered pristinewould be disturbed by
the rest of their lives, at a cost of more take some 9 hours and 17 minutes to because much of the affected land mining, according to the assessment, and Arbor Day became a recognized
millions to the Government. They can complete. Add on time needed to will be reclaimed. need restoring. celebration during the presidency of

also look forward to completion of the prepare the various supporting Under the"mitigation" plan the DuPont DuPont plans to reclaim 250 acres annually Theodore Roosevelt. He made con-
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library schedules that be and Company would agree to purchase an equal to the amount used for min servation of natural resources one of
may required,
equal amount of land in other locations to his main objectives.The publicity by
containing all of his ing. 86 percent of the land will be
personal papers ex- some taxpayers are looking at a full compensate for the lost habitat due to min- reclaimed as grassland,and ten the press and through the schools
percent as
cept, perhaps, those pertaining to the work week or more. The IRS says a ing. The purchased land would be the forested uplands.The remaining four per- during those early years benefitted
Iran/Contra scandal. taxpayer who must file Schedules A, same type of 10nJlealpine and wiregrass cent is wetlands. Arbor Day, and this day was even

Florida's former senator, Lawton B, C, D, E, F, R, and SE along with tually observed throughout the U.S.

Chiles, waged a determined effort for his or her Form 1040 will have to If you have a need for trees they

years to scale back benefits of former spent an estimated 55 hours and 35 An Open LetterTo This unbelievable disservice voted on in may be purchased from commercial
presidents upon retirement. He minutes from start to finish. Irvine and Tallahassee for the profits of a few will nurseries or may be obtained in
estimated the cost of Secret Service protection The IRS says It will be happy to Rep. have repercussions at election time. woods nearby growing wild. If you
alone at $9.3 million in 1986. The hear from taxpayers who have comments Sen. Sherry WalkerWe Representatives and Senators may find enjoy digging your trees be sure to
out that homeowner who feels his most get permission from the owner tree
a ;
have returned from a meeting
concerning the just
Senate finally passed his bill, but the time estimates accuracy of the with the Zoning Director of Bradford County valuable possession severely threatenedby theft is a crime in Florida.
House reneged. or suggestions for and have been legalized devaluation is a voter who .
How times simplifying the forms. You can of legislation that legitimized mobile remembers who to thank for this outrage. When transporting trees please
have !
changed Such
write to: Internal Revenue Services remember the following tips:
homes by giving modular homes built on Yzonne Kutz,Melrol4fWake
lavishness is in marked
contrast to that
Washington DC 20224, Attn: IRS mobile home chassis a Seal of by
received by Thomas Jefferson upon his Reports Clearance Officer, TRFP.Or the State of Florida. It also forbids the Up Taxpayers! Before you dig up a tree be sure to
soak the d around the roots so
retirement over 200 ago. After removal of this medal undercarriage "bylaw"
years can direct comments to the clings
you the soil to the root mass. If
thus effectively tying the hands of the
retiring from the Presidency, Jefferson Office Management and Budget, Zoning Boards all over the State. We need a larger jail desperately to you transport the tree any distanceby
was in such financial straits that he was Paperwork Reduction Project, house the criminals that should be in jail truck,wrap the roots in plastic or
forced to sell his library to Congress for Washington, DC 20503. We do not know the number of conven- ,instead of walking the streets I burlap and remove before planting

$25,000 to keep from selling his farm at That Is- your comments will but tional as homeowners soon as they in become the State familiar of Florida with Why can't the County and City purchasethe the tree.

Monticello. pass the test of "what's fit to print"! this new piece of legislation they will property adjoining the jail propertyand 'Make the hole as big as the hole the
realize it puts every conventionally built enlarge the present jail with prison root were In before it was lifted.
i home with an empty lot close by, in Jeopar- labor? Then cover them with a mix of peat
dy. 1 say the City because I feel that since and sail Water the soil well to settle
V' 1 A conventional home is the largest Investment the City uses the jail, they should help pay it before filling the hole completely
most people make in their this expense. and build ring of soil around the
4 A .miliiPI1\ lifetime and an invaluable source of.of ,There would be enough land for a much base of the treeTo bold water.
This Insane
State. piece
revenue to the
J recreation for the
larger plus
legislation is most alarming. .
prisoners.This property can be.bought, at a For more Information about
By the angry reaction of the crowd reasonable price. transplanting trees or if your school
KWO.rtMCUSON. JOHN M.MIUM realizing they nave been victimized in desires an Arbor Day program, call
feel this would do the of
ION r.wt..... their most valuable possession by their the job locking up the county forester.Remember: you
bad guys, and help us taxpayers in
in Tallahassee who 1)ace
a for
':' Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at deliberately have given mobilemodularhomes keeping our taxes from going up so much. earthwhfe, lign you conservation plant! a tree.on You this

'1"" ;r the Post Office at Starke.Florida under Act of March 3.1879. a new status, we hope a movementcan .Our taxes are hard to pay now. What will plug. a sign of destruction when
l Phone 96W3OS 414.00 SSXX Hx' months. .be' started to repeal this show of they. be with a complete new Jail? wildfire burn* your woods. The
Subscription Rate h Jade Area per year:
favoritism to a few and the disregard in Concerned City and wood'are' becoming hasardously
P.O.Drawer A Stark*. Florida SI&CO : J8.50( fix months .
OuMde Trod*Area: per yean
for the conventional homeownersof be careful
general ,County Taxpayer, ., y-pease with any burning -
the State of Florida. that you may do.If .

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I Engagements. January 19,1989 TELEGRAPH Page SA*
Simmons-Starling AlvarezRodgersEngagement
Engagement Told Told Woman's Club Program. on HawaiiLorraine J'

Mrs. SheUle Roberson Mid- Mr. & Mrs. Harold A. Alvarez of
of Champion, a Stsrcc! new member and welcomed to the t'
dleburg announces the engagementof Starke,announce the engagement of native who operates her own travel club. Announcement of a bridge and
her daughter Katrena Lynn Simmons their daughter, Lisa Kay, to Stephen and real estate agencies, was guest card game luncheon to be held''
to Sgt. Enoch Ray Starling Paul Rodgers, son of Mr. & Mrs. speaker at the monthly meeting of Thursday, Jan. 26 was made. Come \
son of Mr. & Mrs. Lonzo Starling of James H. Rodgers of Macclenny.The the Woman's Club on Wednesday, at 10 a.m. play the of ),
Ir r x Lawtey. wedding will be an event of Jan. 11.Wearing. choice, and have lunch game with the your club
The bride-elect Is a 1988 graduateof Feb. 11 at 7:30: p.m. at Northside a Hawaiian style dress for $5 or just come for lunch if .'I
Middleburg High School and is Baptist Church. with a flower lei around her neck, like for $4. Reservations you
are re- '
Boardof The bride-elect is a 1982 graduateof Mrs. Champion explained what the quired phone 9647806.
Commissioners at the Bradford High School and Is word "Aloha" means to Hawaiians. Clubhouse decorations carried
Middleburg-Clay Hill Library.The employed in the Bradford County Upon arrival at the islands the Hawaiian theme with the head-out
1 groom-to-be is a 1985 graduateof Clerk's Office. The groom-to-be is a travelers are greeted with "AlohaJand t table covered with a white lace
Bradford High School and is 1980 graduate of Baker County High a lei placed around their necks. cloth,centered with
presently serving in the U.S. Army, ., School and is employed by Publix Aloha means to be joyful and that two large an arrangementof circled
stationed in Ft. Rucker, Alabama. Warehouse in Jacksonville. pineapples with
Hawaii is a fun place. It means God camellias.
The wedding is planned for \.. were
to the
native, and through the powerof covered with
pale pink cloths with
February 23 ate in the Lawtey
p.m. God
they seek to unite people with
camellias. The
Church of God, located on US 301 this expression. arrangement
South of Lawtey. All friends and on the piano was a
EJ Mrs. Maria Stephenson was chairman wooden carved Tiki god flanked
family are invited.Eastern .
r ; of this meeting and was antique conch shells and camellias.
I assisted by her committee: Carleen Side tables held arrangements of
I. Williams, Cecelia Terwillegar, pineapples, shells, and camellias.
Star Supper Lillian Stump, Evelyn Griffin, ver- Several members of the club wore
Tonla Rene Johnson Set for Jan. 21 "- ;f"i nie Odom and Saundra Green. They Hawaiian attire with leis and
Melissa Ann served Hawaiian luncheon flowers
Todd a which in their hair. F j
and .
Robert W.McGee
Order of the Eastern Star Chapter and Brian Daniel Smith .... was catered by Oleta Hardenbrook. '
JohnsonMcGeeEngagement 224 will be having a covered dish "f ?' Tapes of Don Ho music provided
supper on Saturday,Jan. 21, beginn- Todd-Smith \ t. background atmosphere.Mrs. Did You Know... '
: Told ing at 7 p.m. Engagement ToldMr. Blanche Otto presided over Mrs. Thelma Jennings, Miss 1 ,
4 Mrs. Linda Johnson and the late All Master Masons and their the meeting. Mrs. Mona Canova Lillian Stump and Mrs. Herbert i
Robert Johnson of Starke announce families are Invited.Weekend & Mrs. Lawrence Todd of ; \. gave the blessing and devotional,using Thomas attended the FFWC District ,
:. the engagement of their daughter, Starke announce the engagement of Happy New Year Scripture IV Presidents' Council Arts and I
Tonia Rene, to Robert W. McGee, their daughter, Melissa Ann, to readings from Psalms and Proverbs Crafts Workshop held at the Mac-
son of Mr. & Mrs. Bert E. McGee of RevivalAt Brian of Ann Daniel Smith Smith of Middleburg.son Stephen Paul Rogers and stressing happiness in beginning clenny Woman's Club on Friday,
r Starke. Voice of Middleburg and a new year. Jan. 13.
Victory Dan Smith of Clearwater. Lisa K. Alvarez Louise Lyons was introduced as a
The bride-elect will be
f. Bradford a graduateof Evangelist Garland Cook, Jr., The wedding is planned for June 11 I
High School and Is from West at 1 p.m. at the bride-elect's -
: Virginia,will be holding a parents
employed Davis
by Monk, Farnsworth -
weekend home.
revival at the Voice of Vic-
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The groom-elect is a Church, located The bride-elect is a graduate of j
t graduate of Bradford High School tory Hwy. 16 West,5 I
Candidate "r"
miles from Bradford High School and
and Is Starke, just before employed
employed by the City of
Starke. Crawford Rd. by Winn Dixie. The groom-to-be is a CHIEF OF POLICE "LETS
I The The revival will be Friday and graduate of Orange Park High and is VOTE a
will be
wedding of
July 8, at the First United an Methodist Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m., and employed by Winn Dixie. JANUARY Vote "The People's Choice" -'L' I WORK
I Church. All friends and relatives are Sunday at 7 p.m. Pastor Linda 24 t\\ 4 TOGETHER
invited to attend. Adams welcomes everyone to these

.. services. Women's Health VOTEJANUARY Jimmy s
Programs DiscussedAt UNITED

I 1 UDC Weeks Chapter Commemorates Auxiliary MeetingPat 24 EPPS WWINANJanuary

January Birthdays of Generals Edwards director of Women's
Health Programs for Santa Fe
t Mrs. Herbert Thomas spoke to the and I initiated a series of wind and Health Care Systems, was guest 24, 1989
W.T. Weeks Chapter of the UDC at current charts for the Atlantic, In speaker at the Bradford Hospital .M
their regular monthly meeting Mon- dian and Pacific Oceans that enabled Auxiliary dinner meeting on Monday
day, Jan. 16 at the Bradford amilY ships to sail with the winds and Jan. 16. 'MY
1 Restaurant. currents rather than against them, Ms. Edwards' topics included: an
January birthdays of three great thus enabling them to shorten their overview of women's health service
generals of the Confederacy were sailing time.Following. and how It evolved, mam- WILL work with all other law enforcement agencies to "STOP" the drug problemsand

celebrated.brief account Mrs.of the Thomas life of each gave of a luncheon was the held.business Centerpieces meeting of, gift mographies of health,,cancer seminars screenings for women's, the will continually search for ways and means to assist people who want to stop

these great menRobert E. Lee, erlilies in white vases were placer health, health screenings and using drugs. 4

Jackson Thomas, and Jonathan Matthew(Stonewall Fountains) crossed at intervals state flags on,the American tables, flags with obstetrics Hospital.Mrs. at Alachua General I WILL BE AVAILABLE TO "ALL" of the citizens in police and community matters.I .

Maury. and Confederate flags placed bet- Linda Johns, president of WILL SUPPORT the citizens crime watch program.I .

overcoming Robert E. Lee's enormous resourcefulness odds is in a ween rangements.each group of flower ar Bradford at the meeting Hospital which Auxiliary followed, presided WILL ensure the citizens of Starke equal hiring and equal and fair treatment FOR I

monument to his strategic and tac- ALL THE CITIZENS OF STARKE. .

tical(Stonewall ability.) Jackson Thomas acquired Jonathan the I WILL outline policies and procedures to provide the opportunity for educationand

nickname of Stonewall when it was Pfappy professional enhancement for all police personnel which will assure the

"There reported he some stands of like his a brick men wall said," Announcing... 18th'BirtficCay citizens of Starke the professional police "service" you need and deserve.

because he was so calm in battle and ...Joshua Bruce Norris I CAN AND WILL manage 'he Police Department in a manner that will bring pride

danger things ,were.regardless Matthew of how Fountain severe Bruce & Patti Norris of Keystone Lisa to our community. I further pledge that I will enforce all the laws of the State of ::1
16Congratulations i
Maury served in the U.S. Navy, was Heights announce the birth of a son, J January Florida and all local ordinances.
director of the U.S. Naval ObserViirr Joshua Bruce, born Jan. 13 in
vatory'and Hydrtgraphical Office .Jacksonville., He b joins, four-year-old ,
. brother D.Jj 'c I .: fo\i\ 'finaffy''Vade ft!

Clh'-'F 1 k'Muhet' I DinnersTo --man Maternatgrarldparents.and.Hllnn..Ionn3nnj> .lSey; stone Nor Love, P IS"V'rbe; r.tJplg q.qt ce.l
r .
Be Served Dick Heights.& Myrtle Great-grandparents Merrett also are of 'Mvm:D'aJ'rrarulmb' .' : ,tf I + '

Fried fappa, amity Of yneniti pol Put adv. 1/12 A
mullet fish dinners will be Paternal
sold this Saturday, Jan. 21 from 11" grandparents are ie
a.m. to 1:30: p.m. by the Church; of William and Joy Dowling of Starke.
af r( God. The dinners sold
are being
...Justin Mundorff
: Wayne
raise money for the Church of God
Building( Fund. Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Mundorff of \
The fish dinners will include coleslaw Lawtey announce the birth of a son, k ti
grits, hush puppies, baked Justin Wayne, born Dec. 30 in .
beans and ice tea and will cost $3 Alachua General Hospital. He joinsa a
each. sister,Jessica, age 5. SOMEDAY
Orders may be phoned into Maternal grandparents are Mr. & ,
964-8835 for pick-up. Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson of Kaiford. .. .
Great-grandparents are Mrs. Effie ; < .. '
... Mae Wilkinson and Vernie Padgettof Al STATE .OFFLORIDAEMPLOY ES ,; ,. ."' .
RJE Class of '69 Lawtey.Paternal. .

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will be a special meeting at Wayne Mundorff of Keystone <:"
7 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 29 at Kelly's Heights.
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f r I ., .,\ S e e e How's The Family? . .

t r. H: :;; /ii j IE. ''ILE..J 'c"' i By Rev. Ed Kirkland M.Dlv., pastor of the KIngsley Lake Baptist
I t 'lUJ.J Church located 10 minutes east of Stark on Hwy. IS at KIngsley Lalle.
I tri Rev. Kirkfand answers question on the family in this column from a
I Christian perspective. Send your question or comment to: How's The
r Family, 6337 Seminole St., Starke Fl. 32091
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'I Playing Favorites...

II4 'H ,.". If your family consists of more than one child, then you have to content
i with the problem of playing favorites. I would like to make six brief observations
W srN that I think will help vou if vou would consider them.

1. Don't Compare. It's just that simple. Now I know privately you will
,{ rr y T observe differences. But, avoid saying things like, "Why don't you try as
+ t sy hard as your brother?", or "Why can t you be good like your sister is?".
I II W Those statements do nothing but breed contempt between your chidlren
I r and between them and vou.

2. Praise their Individual strengths and encourage their individual
\ weaknesses. Every child has strengths. Make sure you let them know you
f Z4{ : f realize that. They need and desperately want your approval. Not because
they are a part of"the group" called a family. But,because they want to
r rrt" know mom and dad think they, as an individual, are good in some areas
And, be careful not to dismiss their weaknesses. Just because there are
Happy Birthday... ; t more than one, they still each deserve your guidance;

Mattie Murray celebrated her 83rd birthday Sunday Jan. 8.Born In 3. Spend time with each Individually. I know,that sounds like somethingyou
Blountotown. Fl.,she moved to Panama City,then on to Clarence,La.and : would read in a book(or newspaper). I'll be honest with you-I know it
Arkansas at age 17. Is very tough to do. Still, you have individual children and they have a
Moving with her family to the oil fields of Texas,they lived there about ate parent...you The simple truth is that the only way to accomplish number 2
years before returning to Florida. is to do number 3.
Mattie ha lived In Starke since 1946 and!.e retired cafeteria worker for I
the Bradford School System. 4. Don't use different standards.This is a terrible thing to do to a child. I
She and her husband Buck Murray, are members of the Crabam Baptist am not talking about the obvious differences caused by the age spread bet-
Birthday Celebrated... ween them.I am talking about when one child spills his milk and it's funny.
Church, which In June, 1979.
they Joined Dewey William of Starke celebrated..*72nd birthday Jan.11.He has lived (Some parents actually think it 1st. Then another child sees the laughts.
In Starke since 1926 and was married 1926 to Gladys George. does the same thing for attention, and gets punished. That spells the word"favorite"
in big; bright letters over the head of the other child.

5. Have a positive attitude toward each. What I'm referring to is this-
BBS don't think that just because he is the middle child or because brother or
I Program SetThe sister was a wonder-child that the next one Is going to be terrible. Now, I
am aware of the differences beetween a first born and a middle child.AndI
., second session of the Bradford will be the responsibility of the stu- realize if they are a relatively short age span apart,chances are they will
High School "After School Tutorial dent and/or parents. No funds are be opposites. But, don't start out assuming they are going to be terrible.
Program" will begin January 30. allowed to be spent for school bus They may be different in a wonderful way I However, if you look at them
? "" o r / Any BHS pupil? with a grade of "l''" service for this program. through negative glasses all the time, expecting them to be a problem
what think will become reality. Your attitude is that important. Be
in an English or Math course for the Registration will be held in the you
third six weeks may attend this Bradford High School Office on positive, not negative!
Tutorial Program. January 25-26 from 7:45-8:15 am.
/ Students who attend the Tutorial and 3-3:30: p.m. For additional information Love them each for who they are. If you have been blessed with more
Program for twelve hours and meet or registration by phone, than one child (some of you might take issue with the word 'blessed'),then
other requirements, will be able to call: Myrna Hurse at the School love them. You know that inside there is enough to go around. Make sure
have an F" (in English or Math for Board office (964- OQ). they feel that love. Each and every one of them AND YOU will have a
the third six weeks) removed from Funding for this program is provided much happier family. Both now, and in the future.
-t 4 their report card.Transportation. by the State Compensatory Without a doubt,to raise several children is,shall we say,a "challenge".
for the program Education Program. But it makes life more interesting. Don't become discouraged and quit
good parenting because you are overwhelmed. Sit down, relax, and go
1st Born Church Sets Up CalendarThe Back to it. It's really the best job around!

First Born Church of the Living church year at the First Born
God Jacksonville District Coun- Church of Starke Elder Gary
! cil,will convene in Jacksonvile to set Cohen,Pastor.Everyone is welcometo
, up the 1989 Church Year. This come hear this great man of God.
, meeting will be at Greater Hope The First Born Church of Starke
Birthday Girl... First Born Church of the Living God will continue to hold regular ser-
Flossie Prescott of Starke celebrated her 87th birthday Nov. 11.She was bornIn on Saturday,Jan.21,at 10 a.m.,with vices weekly beginning with Friday ToughPriced
Elder Bruce Cohen as host pastor. night Tarrying Services at 6:30 p,m.,
Freedom, Maine and moved to Bradford County In 1951,where she worked Elder Gary Cohen, Pastor and family Sunday School at 10:30 a.m., every
a*a ceanwlrewk along with Deaconess Zephaniah Sunday, followed by morning ser
Cummings of the Starke FBC will be vices at 11:30 a.m. Every 2nd and
in attendance.On 4th Sunday there is an evening ser- Easy
vice at 6 p.m.Everyone .
Sunday, Jan. 22, at 3 is welcome to come out
( presiding Elder Herbert p.m'l and enjoy the Lord with us in this
make his first official visit of the church year. B
Starke Elementary _
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Rvan O'Neil Celebrates. 2nd BirthdRyan .,..:'r' 17 A/9n B 10! srrfitq. <) hslnsaoTq '
School NewsThe <> l| nr>'
O'Neal and 28 of his friends Various games and toys were en- MODEL 225
celebrated his second birthday joyed by those attending. v '
Fifth Grade is studying Our annual spelling bee will be Saturday, Jan. 14 at the home of his Ryan is the son of Tudy and Judy
Career Education from Jan. 1727. held in the cafeteria on Wednesday, Aunt Peggy and Donnie Nettles on O'Neal of Starke. Grandparents are
Several speakers will be guests during Feb. 1, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Thompson Street, Starke. Jewel O'Neal of Starke and Larry
this time. This unit study will Twelve students will be chosen from Decorations in the theme of Alf O'Neal of Lake Butler, and Bill and
conclude with a walking trip to the the homeroom spelling bees held on adorned the entire dining area. Faye Crouse of Lawtey. 9
Library, Mitchell's Drugs and the Jan. 18.These students will competein $1 899
Starke Post Office. the school bee Feb. 1. The county WINNING TENNIS INSTRUCTIONS
Letters will be mailed to bee will be held Feb. 15 at the School
Hour Or Learn with Friend for $5
President-Elect George Bush in Board office at 10 a.m. per
recognition of Inaugural Day on Jan. each. Students Include members of KHHS Quick-start ignition Auto chain oiling 14" bar Ught weightPRO
20. The students will be Training Teachers...
wearing teams. Call Mark at 473-4380 or 964-6305
patriotic colors on Friday, Jan. 20. Four student teachers from the
University of North Fla.will be com-
pleting their teacher training with Poulan
us. The four student teachers and
Am. Leg. Auxiliary their directing teachers are: s Happy .Birthday
Holds Meeting 1/10 Mrs. Amy Pattondirectingteacher

The American Legion Auxiliary, grade. is Debbie Forman, second The professional best for serious woodcutters.NOW .

Unit 56, held a meeting Tuesday Mrs. Lisa Prevatt-- directing LEXJOHNS AT THESE DEALERS
night Jan. 10, at the Legion Hall in teacher is Barbara Reddish, fourth
Starke. grade.
Some of the members have begun
Ms. Sherri Normandirecting STARKE KEYSTONE HGTS.Bob' .
making lap robes for veterans in VA
teacher is third
Shirley Bagwell,
annual Florida Pet Control Marka Power Equipment
Hospitals. This is an projectfor *LawnMower
grade. 639 But CaD Street, 438 8.Walnut Street
the auxiliary and lap robes are Ms. Khandice Strouddirectingteacher Starke FT S2O01 Stark,FL 32091 ft Chjlntaw RepairHwy
riiiiv How does it feel
sent to several different VA Is Emma Strong, 5th grade. to O64-6748 9844686 a 1 North473O233
in the State.
Hospitals be older thaDkerosene
Members were reminded of Poppy .......
Al pc-tldpaind fat nnnM nun of.&e rail. (VII) VlloIJ116. .
Day which will be observed later in L! ?; l"r.buiiin 'IIK, Boi HHH. Tlfton, the year. People donate to the pop- rkenkdk..
pies in remembrance of and to help

rehabilitate veterans of World War I Jackson Family ._____0. __
and II and/or other hostilities. Fund EstablishedOn
Funds also help the welfare of some
of the veterans' families.It January 1, 1989, Roy Jackson
was decided that Initiation of died of a heart attack. In his VOTE
new members will be held at the memory, fellow employees of _,.
Legion Hall on Tuesday night, Feb. Florida Pest Control have started a
28. Prior to the initiation, a covered memorial fund for the family.If .
dish supper will be served at 6 p.m. you are interested in con-
The next American Legion Aux- tributing to this fund make checks JOHN HODGESChief
iliary meeting will be held Tuesday, payable to Roy Jackson Memorial
Feb. 14. The meetings are always Fund, and mail to Florida Pest Con-
held at 7:30 p.m. on the second Tues- trol, c/o Gene Curls, P.O. Box 5369,
day of each month, at the American Gainesville Fla. 32602-5369. of Police 24
Legion Building on Edwards Road in Roy will be greatly missed by all .
Starke. of us.

Experienced Investigator .


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Make your home bug-free for the holidays ..

before the guests'arrive! me.This

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For the best protection anywhere, no one treats your home ,

like Sears. Your decision,will. bring a change to Starke"which is a, M." "

roB the regular; price f Sears': once-a-year Elect me JOHN HODGES Your' Chief of :
JF pest control with this coupon as' and ;, ,

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Election of Police Chief Focuses on Candidates. Eacl{ .. ollnd
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nel jacket, saying his leaving HSD 1987 while talking to Rhoden said(inRhoden's to possible misuse of city funds by retail store operation, Epp's In- Epps
was in this manner: was no longer selling In- Epps said he will re-establish his I
(Paraphrased) "I was Involved In words), "All three of us the town clerk, who, according to surance license was revoked for surance, he did not contest the rul- standards certification, if
are sittin' there strippin' god- violation policed
pot the of
an accident while news stories at time, paid nn agency rule. Since ing.
on duty, and "
received damn, like we were champions. himself a retroactive pay raise while
a slight injury, requiring During the internal investigation the council members denied
my being on sick leave for a few DeVoe verified that Bennett haildriven the
authorizing retroactively.
days, but not in bed. After several him to the pot farm where Minutes of the pay council meeting
days at home, I went out, and was they stripped marijuana together. reflect the granting of a retroactivepay
seen by the shift Lieutenant, who While Bennett never admitted he raise lor the clerk, and the TERWILLEGARChrysler
said, 'What are you doing out? You stripped marijuana he gave minutes were approved at a subse-
should be home In bed. I'm going to testimony May 13, 1981 as a result of quent meeting without correction or
put you on report: (or have you a witness subpoena telling of his amendment.No .
fired). I said, 'You can't do that, I
friendship with Scottie Rhoden, his charges were ever filed as a Plymouth Dodge
quit. I never went back to the office, knowledge( of Rhoden's cocaine use, result of the investigation.Lt. .
and assumed that records show that as well as his knowledge of mari- .Hodges has 550 hours of law en-
I resigned the job." juana growing in the area and the forcement training with a straight-A Dodge Trucks Jeep Eagle, Inc.
The Telegraph has determined businesses in Starke where cocaine average. He was class valedictorianof
that personnel records show that could be purchased. his Police Academy Class. The
Belcher was terminated for "con- During his deposition Bennett told A-average has been maintained
duct unbecoming an officer." While of Rhoden using cocaine in Bennett's through courses in breathalizer and
recovering from an accident,he was presence,where Rhoden (with Ben- radar at Santa Fe Community Col- Now Offering
caught playing poker when the vice nett had stopped to purchase co- lege and in narcotics identificationand Ii
squad raided a tavern.The termina- caine. Bennett named what he con- investigation at Lake City Com-
tion followed. sidered to be the three areas in the munity College.
county where cocaine was purchased Born in Newberry, Hodges has Factory Warranty
but denied his use of the drug. been a resident of Bradford County II
Ricky Bennett... Bowen was aware of the pro- since 1974. He now resides at 810 N. all Products!
Richard A. (Ricky) Bennett, a ceedings by the state in the early Cherry Street, Starke. on Chrysler
patrol officer in the Starke Police 1980's but did not initate an internal ;

Department (SPD) under former Investigation until May, 1988. After Jimmy Epps... ".
Chief Jimmy Bowen, resigned Bennett's May 25 resignation, Ben- Jimmy Epps, a long time residentof
amidst an internal investigation con- nett requested the appointment of a Starke, is currently employed as
ducted by Acting Chief H. F. Wig- public defender in June. He has not sales manager with Mosley Auto o
gins while he was in command. been charged or indicted but the request Sales, responsible for buying and k
Bennett has police standards (ob- was granted. selling cars, and processing atten- ,
tained in 1976)as well as several cer- According to federal authorities, dant paper work. Prior to going to I:
tificates of completion of additionallaw the Inventory discrepancies found in work with Mosley Auto Sales, Epps
training programs. the property room at SPD remain was a car salesman for Terwillegar
Bennett, 34, rose to the rank of under investigation. Bennett was Motors, Inc., in Starke.At .
captain while with the SPD and serv- evidence custodian at the time in age 49, Epps has held a varietyof .
ed as for question. The investigation was con- 4I
Investigator Bowen. Ben- vocations,beginning with 20 yearsin
nett, a l: SPD veteran, joined ducted and continues by agents from the U.S.Air Force,from which he
SPD in July 1973 as a radio dispat- Florida Department of Law En received an honorable discharge. He (
cher, and worked his way up. forcement.Lt. served in SE Asia, as part of his
The American Legion Post 56 military tenure, serving as an In-
named Bennett the outstanding of- surgency chief. Entering the
ficer of the year in 1985. John Hodges... military services at an early age,
Bennett is married to the former Police Lt. John Hodges, 32, Returning to Florida, Epps D -
Gina Baker, who is business presently on leave of absence from entered the life insurance field and
manager at Bradford Hospital.They the Starke Police Department while represented Continental WesternLife
have one daughter, Tasha, 7, and pursuing his candidacy for police Insurance Co. Leaving in- .
reside at 617 VV. Adkins Street. chief, has three years tenure with surance,Epps owned and operated a
Bennett holds police standards the Department and was formerlytown small grocery store in Theressa fora .
qualifications with 550 hours of marshal of Hampton for three while. : :
training.No 1982 through August 1985. Epps is former (fcertflie_ and
charges were ever brought !Hodges is described by some of- Martha Long, has two
against Bennett for his involvementwith ficials of the City of Hampton to daughters, Shawna Blom and Shae
Major Scotty Rhoden who was have been "the best marshal we Blom, both students in Bradford
arrested and tried in 1988 and con- ever had." Another councilmansaid High School. : ,
victed on drug conspiracy charges; "I like him. He did us a good Epps was a. patrolman in the '
however trial testimony concerning Job." Starke Police Department for a
Bennett fed to the Internal investigation. !Hodges was first elected to the of- time, ran for the chief position, and
fice of marshal of Hampton in 1982, was defeated by former Chief Jim-
During the trial testimony and was re-elected in 1984. He did my Bowen.
Rhoden, on tape said Bennett,. not complete his second term in of- Epps obtained his police stan-
former police patrolman Denton fice, resigning to take a better posi- dards certification while working as
DeVoe and himself had prepared tion with the Police Department in a patrolman, but it has since ex-
marijuana plants for sale. A copy ofa Starke. pired.In Located behind
tape transcript that FBI informant While marshal of Hampton, 1983, after being out of the In-
Johnnie Blaine Thompson made in Hodges initiated an investigation in- surance field for a year, and into the Terwillegar Ford Service Dept.

I New Dental Office Planned

I HOOt The Standard
by Bustr RohnSCT may want to hold a work shop to set UOOUUI..of Performance.
priorites for future paving
Staff Writer
Dr. William Marchese and Irvine.Clark ant rk Tucker said the cpunci)may Chrysler..
I presented site plans for a new*'' a11F 1F r i.lj' '11'u' i I"". .....,. -
"' MtM-office to the council, seeking',, near uture.( ,, J .the v pro/.Cllon.pans r 'i: trvf'cc en ( 0 +

final approval.The both,I.CO./ly.nd
new building is to be locatedon Commissioner Woods, streets _.....,,,,...., al.m..1 bNMdown.HD In Terwillegar gJ
chairman said he will discuss the
west Call Street, adjacent to the ,
issue with Tucker, foregoing a e Ford
Western Auto store was recom- 30.GTX 10W30.
mended for approval by the city Zon- workshop at this time. GTX 10W40.G7X20WSO Quick; Lube J cu CO
ing Board earlier this month. Garage
Centel Franchise. .
Clark and Marchese, accom- ::;J
panied by their engineer, Jerome Attorney Darla Christopher, sit ilr <
in for Terence
Kelly, complained that City ting City Attorney 99J'Sale
Brown, said an agreement has been
Engineer Don Ruckman is requiring
reached with Central Telephone
them to meet more stringent re-
than other builders. Company (Centel) for a 10year Prices Good Through Sat.
quirements franchise, and made a first readingof Transmission CastrolDexronU
Special -
After a lengthy discussion, the 100graiitl
the ordinance to effect
council approved the site plan, sub- the transaction. required
to the two Kelly and
ject engineers
In the Centel Will
Kuckman, resolving their dif agreement, pay 104
the city$10,000 for running r
ferences.Dr. per leaf "
Marchese said the new telephone lines on city-owned power ; each l''

building will be known as Starke poles \ y' Engineered to minimize
Professional Properties,housing the Police Pay Raise... ,iI. viscosity breakdown and
I dental practise of Drs. Marchese Tucker reported that the PBA ,-1' extend. transmissionlife.
and Denmark, currently housed in (Police Benevolent Association) Dexron II. Opening
the old Dr. Tommmy Ritch buildingon contract has not been signed, and, AUTOMOTIVEPARTS
East Call St. therefore,pay raises have not shownup
The 6,100 sq.ft.building will house In police pay envelopes as yet. CENTER
unique dental offices in 3,100 sq. ft., However, the contract Is retroactive 66O N.Walnut St. Starke
leaving 3,000 sq. ft. available for and when the contract is sign-
lease to another professional. The ed, the raise! will be effective as of 964-5644 I
exterior of coquina rock will be top- the agreed upon date.
ped with a blue barrel tile roof.
Election Notes... 'King Kong' Bundy learnedto
Future Paving... Tucker said a second primary, if use his /fcansfcw-compute ? world Class
City Clerk Tucker said the street required, will fall on Tuesday, Feb.
paving project is nearing completion 7, the regular date for city com- in only 23 minutes!
and suggested commissioners misison meetings. Protection"
\0 (without an instruction book)

There are 18 dedicated/qualified police officers

employed. by the Starke Police Department. ,It's

time. theyhad:, the dedicated/qualified

leadership they deserve.,

Vote' IOMinuteOil

Charles' B. 'Belcher dr l

Chief of Police r l

Starke: ; ,,.Florida Change

Make Your Vote Count
January 24, J9891 TEATS SO EASY TO USE INSTANTLY 16 Services AvailableNo


"When'you vote for the next Chief of Police for ,, tt.dy Wi....to..ciao HEADS In.not TARTnv....lmmed.
the City of Starke, vote for experience I was bo productiveOumnMd*novtc and. mwMnccd. UMT tar. mm

certified as a police officer in 1973 and served '_ compMIDM.
Ultra Ima,UHi inn 80M-2 ProcmcrUK
with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs .. ( RAM...nwnorvw.nd.tW.. ... M 7MK. '
Department for five years. I have one year Junior .Ttw IMIIOKd.flm truly dm ocmptaM-yatwn with_clock Open Monday through Saturday
s.and ml .. '
I bulIMn ports for prlnls RS232.2mote. -
in Police Science:and Administration and
College pvwlrta" and light DMI ,
".7.M ralon IBM Mott vtd.i..fty13511 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
25 I
years experience as a manager/supervisor. .BOOK fuoprr* fcitura* pin : Fn.1 VMT bnllMl iMrranty Mttl optional low
graduated from the Tampa Police Academy and costThe-OMrag.

4 numerous management human relations, ,Complete Package:

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Starke Jaycee Chapter Orcanlzint STARKE Tn

I -: J A new Starke Jaycee Chapter- Is get involved with their community. 422 CHURCH N. St. Clalr OF 964-5445 GOD

AUCTION NOTICE currently being organized by the Jaycees offer community service,
NOTICE Is hereby given that Mon Mandarin Jaycees. leadership opportunity, business John Spratlln. Pastor
day. January 30. 1989 at 10:00 A.M on the Jaycees are looking for people contacts and friendships.Jaycees is W* tnvtt you to worthlp( with Uf.
from 21-40 of who want to an international organization with
Undersigned years age
Gator Attended Nursery
members in the U.S.'For .
COUNTY. FLORIDA County Commissioners will sell at public auction for cash at 2600 over 250,000 9Lmdey faoIj ....,......i...... lOamEXxxxrgSarvtoe .
PROBATE DIVISION RAY NORMAN .Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Flo., more information, contact -Wos.tttja ................ Ilan
Fil.No. 88-112-CP Clerk to the Board one lot of bookcase, consigned to Of. Bonnie Miller 281-0700) (w), or ... ............. II pal
Division 13991IN 2tchg 11219Co..trol0944 .lie*Service Group, Tallahassee, Florida; 733-4511 (h); or John King, 268-2172. WtdnaadsyYouth .............. 7:3Opnl

RE: ESTATE OF Federal one lot of gym oppar, consigned to School Menus __un __ --. . .
Corr. Inst., Tallahassee.Florida,
D.c.aled. to satisfy freight and storagorg. Jan. 23-27 SPECIAL ELECTION -r rI

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe under Uniform the Standard provisions Bill of of Lading.S. tloMb( ) of Bradford Elem.&Middle School I I. R. E. Biggs, Mayor-Commissioner of the) City of Starke,
administration of the of
Gator Monday Beef-vegetable soup cheese toast Florida, by virtue of the vested m* by law, do hereby
Edith, S. Johnson Kuetpert deceased, Frelghlways, Inc., saltine crackers, cabbage slaw, pineapple top Authority
File Numb.r88-112-CPI. pending In the NOTICE OF SALE Carrier ped .cake milk. call for a First Primary Election to b* held at the City Hall In the
Circuit Court for Bradford FOR NON PAYMENT Pro 02.073469 Tuesday i Barbecued pork on bun buttered com, 1989
County 24 I
aforesaid ,
of January ,
OF STORAGE UNIT 14-82454S dtd 10/4/88 applesauce, brownie milk City qualified voters on Tuesday,
Florida Probate Division, the address of Notice Is hereby given pursuant to Control 0948 Wednndiyt EARLY RELEASE DAY: Chicken A.D., for the purpose of electing the following officer: .
which Is Post Office Drawer B, Starke,
Florida Statutes' 83.806 that on Jon. 20, nuggeta,macaroni k cheese,green beans,fruit
Florida 32091. Th. names and addressesof 2tchg 1/19-26 biscuits,honey, milk.
11 a.m., a sale will be held at Bldg.
the personal representative and the Tnundayi Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes st :CHIEF OF POLICE
1. Unit 11, Starke Mini-Storage, 800 S.
turnip greens, cherry cobbler cake, hot
personal representative's. attorney areset Walnut St.. Starke, Fl., 32091 phone rolls gravy, milk.Fridays (TERM EXPIRES SEPTEMBER 30, 1989))
forth b.low.Alllnl.r.sl.d
964.8820. This sale Involves property of Manager choice day
persons are required to the following tenants and what Is believed Bradford High School REFERENDUM 89-1 '
fil. with this court, WITHIN THREE MON to be stored NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Monday Hamburger on bun, lettuce, tomato. (AMENDING THE CITY OF STARKE CHARTERTO
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS John Poppas, P.O. Box 1235, Starke, REGISTER pickle, later tots applesauce, butterscotchsquares MAKE THE CHIEF OF POLICE AN APPOINTED OFFICE)
NOTICE ((1)) all claims against the estate
Flo., 32091: boxes of products, FICTITIOUS NAME ,milk.
and ((2)) any objection by an interested table.A paper Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Tuesday Baked ham, macaroni 6. cheese, turnip The City of Starke Charter Subsection 6 ((0)) Is hereby amended ,

person on whom this notice was served sale of the entire contents of unit Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the greens, sweet Barbecued potato: pie chicken, cornbread, .baked,milkWedneidayi beans; to read as follows:
that challenges the validity of the will, will be made to the highest bidder. If no undersigned Carolyn Carver Rout. 2, cabbage slaw, i ie, blxulta, milk.
the qualifications of the personal bidder, the sole will be conducted pursuant Box 2375. Starke, Flo.: 32091 sole Thursday: peachi toast, garden .salad POLICE CHIEF APPOINTED BY CITY COMMISSION. (A) The City
representative, venue, or jurisdiction of to rental agreement between occupant owner doing business under the firm fruit cup, milk. Commission Is empowered to employ and appoint a Chief of
the court and owner name of The Sporting Chance, Route 2, Friday Managers choice day. Police and a police force. The City Commission shall prescribeand
2tchg 1/12.19 Box 2375. Starke. Flo.. 32091. Intends to Ala.CarteMonda"
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Control 0942 register said fictitious name under the : Teacher Planning Day. regulate by ordinance the duties, terms of office and salary
Publication of this notice has begun on aforesaid statute. Tuesday Hamburgers french fries, pizza I of all police officers.

January 12, 1989.Personal Dated this 16th day of January, 1989, milkshakes.Wednesd.yi. Corndogs, pizza hamburgers, t REFERENDUM 89-2
RepresentativeAnnie : in Bradford County. milkshakes
Lou S. Pritx NOTICE OF PROPOSED 4tpd 1/19-2/9 french Thursday fries Pizza hamburgers, french fries, (AMENDING THE CITY OF STARKE CHARTER TO REQUIRE
COMMISSION Friday Comdogs, hamburgers, french fries
Gainesville, Flo.32604Attorney CITY :
ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCEBY Each day students have choice s hot lunch

HASWELl 8 ENWALL, P.A. hereinafter' appears, will be consideredfor NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed The City of Starke Charter SS 6 ((0)) is hereby amended to add
Post Office Box 23879 final enactment on the 7th day of Ordinance, whose title
Gainesville, Fl. 32602 February. 1989, at the City Commission hereinafter appears will b. consideredfor the following:
((904)) 376-S226 Meeting commencing at 7:30 p.m., in the final enactment on the 7th day of LAMP OF JESUS
Control 0943 City Hall 209. N. Thompson Street February, 1989, at the City Commission CRAFTCONSIGNMENTfTues.Sat. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR POLICE CHIEFS: No person shall i

2tchg 1/12-19 Starke.copy Florida.A of said Ordinance may be Inspected City Meeting Hall.commencing 209 N. Thompson at 7:30: p.m.,Street in the ( 10-5:30) serve as Chief of Police for the City of Starke unless such person I

by any member of the public at Starke, Florida.A locally hand made crafts. has satisfied the minimum qualifications requirements for police
NOTICE OF BID the office of the City Clerk In the City copy of said Ordinance may be inspected woodworks officers pursuant to 943.13 Florida Statutes.
The Bradford Board of Hall, Starke, Florida. On the date first
County County
member of the I
by any public at home grown frozen blueberries INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELECTION:
Commissioners will open sealed bids on above-mentioned all interested parties the office of the City Clerk in the City .
Monday February 6, 1989 at 10:00 a.m. may appear and be heard with respectto Hall. Starke, Florida. On the date first consignments accepted Lucille Godwin Margaret Williams
in the County Commissioners Room at this proposed Ordinance.AN above-mentioned Interested parties For more Information, call Clara Colson Bernadlne Early
the Bradford Courthouse, Starke, ORDINANCE GRANTING A FRAN
and be heard with
may appear respectto 964-7109/964-5898 Dlnkins Margaret Moore
Florida, for a: CHISE TO CENTRAL TELEPHONE COM this proposed Ordinance.AN ?* Agnes
copies of the specifications or any questions AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES OF THE CITY DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING FOR ADEQUATE Lucy Ida Shaw
regarding this bid please contactMr. OF STARKE, FLORIDA, FOR THE PURPOSEOF FENCING SURROUNDING Church of Christ
Road Deportment at ((904)) 964.6280. ext. OPERATING A TELEPHONE SYSTEM VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Comer Hwy 16 & McMahon CarterIn
249. Sealed bids can be mailed or hand THEREON AND THEREUNDER AND PROVIDING TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. 9648594We Kay
delivered to the Bradford County Courthouse FOR A FRANCHISE FEE AND By Darlo Jean Christopher to hear the
Clerk of Court, P.O. Drawer B, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 486 N. Temple Avenue Invite you Testimony whereof, I hereunto subscribe my name and
Starke, Florida 32091. TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A. Starke, FloridaConlrol0947 word of Cod cause the Seal I of the Town to be hereunto affixed this 15th day of
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT 486 N.Temple Avenue IIchg 1/19 Bible Study 10 am November 1988, A.D. .
ANY AND ALL PROPOSALS OF BIDS Starke, Florida 32091 Morning Worship 11 am R. E. BIGGSMayorCommissioner
FOR THE 28000 GVWR CONVENTIONAL Control 0949 Evening Worship 6:30: pm
CAB/CHASSIS FOR LUBRICATION SER- IIchg 1/19 Wednesday Evening 7:30 pm
ATTEST Nell L. Tucker
VICE BODY. Bible Study Control 0500 :
WILBUR L. WATERS, 4tchg l2/2t.i/i. City. Clerk
James Cobb Minister .

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

eyeglass I center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. .; 987 N. TEMPLE. AV.

103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 .; 864 N. Temple 964-7061 964-6111

Lewis Timber
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We rebuild starters, alternators For Over SO years l'- Hwy 301 S. PO Box 207

& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch u Suftatyu s ...? nlKdonnvl.-..,.. muAc nU';. Starke
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407 N. Temole 964-7911 Keystone Heights 473-3176 .> Mond. ru ?f rcM when wow' we Aldo't r.c"I":mien. at+d.Tafuy. I
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Drugs State Bank ,. ,-,. :,,, II: 'fiiuiArCAa' 'O hintlcd fur unA v'tinc p t.?' w\,uot: Crafts A Consignments AUTO SALVAGE

'For All Your Pharmacy Needs' of Starke _i tu, .,"fcr.Ki uun we tuthen It" ,?,,r.t\1c.n'
Starkes Only Home Owned f 3143Thujoay \ 'J bcrlwl,.leaf ,,' '' ; take. tight on Eves 24th 9645898All Ave.follow 81 gna. Hwy301.3MI.N.ctStarke
356 W Madison 964-7170 Independant Bank fl4"z..> tu*...,. iiiilliP; .. ,hrll/w.. Nature Sings' of Jesus' 964-7345
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24 HR Wrecker Service at the church of your choice Office A Typing Kinds Service of/ All I affordable prices You Would"

Custom made exhaust systems 1018 N. Temple 964-6461 1837 Raiford Rd. 964-7777 HWY$ 301 S. 9644633CROSLEY 642 N. W ln>bt e 064-6722 I


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Art Supplies. Custom Framing t' W lb. 440 W. Madison From H otu* .t W.*t.m.St..,. Quality Used Cars ..Bontto GUM Royal
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a 7-1 season record, the Brad after his 26 second pin of his class. U2-mogmiind plnnod Iprlngar. I:ItI4O nWrord 1..0." I Starke gym, against Su-vannee High
ford Wrestling team is ranked No. 1 Vanguard opponent Tuesday, Jan. Ray Trimble also lost on points, -llionboo pinned Ochoa. ,M l03-DoublofoH.lt from Live Oak.

in area wrestling teams by the 17, at Ocala, "I "may not be able to 2-6, after going the distance with his 17 119!--III Douglas, ) Hamilton wen plnnod by forfeit Phillip.. I,01 l Ill-Crawford ll-Doobl.forl.l/plnnod Daul,. 206 "Live Oak is ranked right up there

Gainesville Sun sports department. last six minutes. opponent in the 145 pound bracket. 220-Ihoolor won by forfeit 125-Honkonon pinned Ipornor. I 57IJOWllilom. with Lake Weir," said Coach Purdy.
David Llzenbee, receiving Trimble had cut his weight about 5 275-..._won by fo"." : .loch pin ... R'o.' II 3 (Lake Weir is the only team to
honorable mention in the GainesvilleSun Bradford 57, Vanguard 6... pounds and was not at his full 135-Jocobun won by la" ." defeat Bradford to date.)
"is the most impressive "We had a chance for a completeshut strength for this match.rodfordl7 140 wrestler on the team," says Coach out," said Coach Purdy. BUS 57, Fla D & B 0... -Solgmund' .plnnod won by O.nlgh lerial152Trlmbl. 93 Georgia state champions last week,

Brett Purdy. Joel Jacobsen lost his match in the Vonguardt Last Thursday, Jan. 12, in a home 160-lltonboo pinned 5Aarp..33 according to Purdy
Lizenbee has gone over the first last few seconds on points ((10-12) font 103-) Doublo 'a..." (nolttior loam floldod a cool.,. match, the Tornadoes did take a 171 119.11I-Dougloi! Non' lllon pinned plnitod M.krrop. 3 54 I 03 The Tornado wrestlers will be

two minute period in only one match fter having pinned his opponent two 112-Crawford won by fnrf.il clean sweep from a visiting team WO--Long won by 'a"/." Or.ngo paired one weight class lower than
this year said the coach and that times during the match while the loDoublolorfoll from the Florida School for the Deaf >7S-Shofor won by I."I,.., in the last recent matches, so shouldbe
match lasted only 3:08: minutes."If referee was out of position and could 125-Hankorton da'ootod Natlool 73 and Blind at St. Augustine. at their toughest, the coach says

I've got to go the full six not call the pin. 135 IJO--Wllliom.: -Brad Hamilton plnn.d pinned John.on.511_I 152.... 1 55 Bradford opened their season at Next match for the Tornadoes is with confidence, "but Suwannee will
minutes" I don't know what will happen Jacobsen is a Sophomore and is a 140-Jacobwn doloolod by Olllrord. 10.12 St. Augustine with a 66-9 win over tonight, Thursday .Ian 19, in the be as tough as always,too," he adds.
said Lizenbee to his couth first year wrestler, in the 140 pound I.s-Trlmblo d.'...." by Irwln 3 6 the same school.

I Lady Tornado Basketball Team Remains On Top of District StandingsSplitting

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home wins with Live The Lady Tornadoes hosted IrodfordHIgh 11 14 II It 13 on the basket and BHS shot only 16?, Live Oak at BUS... to foul trouble. Another was BHS
Oak, losing 63-49 there and winning Hawthorne High here Wednesdaynight onto rodford'.High Monte Wllllomo t 44It 4 4 13. MendePulls 31 6 of 37 shots, in the last half. Looking to became frustrated and tired, Coach
Night revenge Friday night'sgame
74-65 here in overtime, and an easy Jan. 18, too late for the Jan 19 1.01..3. Dona Norma 1.0-4.....".Covington Kendra Butler caught five offen- the Lady Tornadoes came out Slater said.
53-32 district win at Santa Fe High edition. :3-0/11. Rhonda grigflt 4.1/1.10. Annette Simmons sively, scoring 19 points. Four of her fired for a 74-65 In the fourth quarter Live Oak
..,. up win over Live Oak
4.0/1.. L. Jocliion 1.1/"' T 11 t/J7 Uf.nta 9 baskets
the and from
Tornado five is 10-2 were 10 to 12 feet. took
Lady f. on the comfortable BHS home court. charge and lead 49-48 at the 4:10
Nigh' Ip.uldlng 1.0/3.1. Ih.ppord 3 0-t
BIIS 53 Santa Fe 32
still Mop District 5.3A at 7-1. McQuIro 17/13.*. Tarry 104. Howard I. 0.1.Youno Kendra also did a fine job of getting Playing very strong and ag- mark. The score see-sawed for
Monic Williams kete'd the over- This game was almost identical I..//.1. Oorhllon 1-1/1.2.Totollt 11-10/32.21. the basketball down court on what gressive man-to-man defense, BHS awhile but Live Oak looked to take
time win at home h.\ bucketing two repeat of the first time the Ladies BIIS at Live Oak... few fast breaks BHS had, said Coach forced numerous turnovers by Live command at 2:53: with a five point
three point shots in t the last few played Santa Fe said Coach John Slater. Oak to bvuild a 33-16 halftime lead. lead.
seconds to tie the game at 64 at the Slater. Poor shooting ((20?) from the floor Eyvette Covington led in rebounds Only a 3O? shooting performance, 15 However, BHS sent to its half
end of regulation play BUS BHS struggled in the first quarter, and weak rebounding ((21) were to with nine.IradfordHIgh. of 47 shots, kept BHS from putting court press and forced turnovers.
outscored Live Oak 10-1 in the over- finally gaining contact at the end for undue the Lady Tornadoes in their II II I .. 4tImnonnoo the game well out of reach. Again, poor shooting kept the Lady
63-49 loss in Live Oak. High It I* I* 10 4J
time. an 11-9 advantage. In the second and "This must have given the Tornadoes from going ahead.
ndford .. Lady
William :
Night MonK :1011Md.
third quarters the Lady T's broke Sporting a 9-1 record in regular .otlor f.1/4.It. ly''_ Covlngtoa 1.34.t.... Bulldogs the lift they needed," said Down by five with less than a
Upcoming... the game open, outscoring Santa Fe season play and undefeated on the Jack!** :3-0-t. Aurlllo/ William :loll.-.. ,_,.. Coach Slater, for in the third quarter minutes left, Monic Williams canneda
3610. road, the Lady Tornadoes traveledto 311-"".4ttuwonnoa. 3-nnintpr off a big rebound
Biggest test of[ the season comes Live Oak outscored BHS 20-9, mak-
next Thursday Jan. 26. when BUS The Ladies played a good man-to- Live Oak. BUS started well, 111/414. COrahom Nigh L (pancor 1-3/4-I 0-4/7 J.Owan.3.. T. Honkoraan... ing it a new ballgame. One of the Monic Williams led BHS with 21
travels to face Ocala Vanguard the man defense, forcing Santa Fe into leading 5-2 early but a strong defensive P Wall t-t/3-14: A..h_ l-O-l t.C.I..I.., reasonf or the Live Oak run was that points, Kendra Butler scored 16
second place team. A BHS win would errors but poor shooting from the effort was not enough. The Lady llnglotan' 0-1/4-1 ,$.1.. ...-'./..-... several of the Tornado Ladies got in point, Rhonda Bright 14.
put the Lady Tornadoes in the floor stopped BHS from opening a Tornadoes missed too many layups
driver's seat for the District: title A larger lead.Leading and what few offensive reboundswere
put back up only to be missed Tornados Defeat GHS 8675Getting
loss would put them in a tie with BUS scorers were Monic
Vanguard. BHS beat Vanguard one Williams with 16 points and Rhonda baskets.
point in overtime 59-58. at home Bright with 12 points and 12 rebounds There were some bright spots,
Dec. 7.Tuesday.. Kendra Butler, Dana Nor- said Coach Slater. Down 30-16, BHS by a good Gainesville High The Friday, Jan. 13, home win poor shooting night by leading
Jan. 24! the BHS ladles man, Eyvette Covington and Annette made a 16-4 run in the last four team 86-75 was a big hurdle for the kept BHS atop District 5-3A standingwith scorer Eugene Blye who had
minutes to pull with two at the half, Bradford five this week Ocala
High perennial
go to Keystone Heights for a non- Simmons put in strong defen- past champion three points.
district game. sive performances. 34-32. However the lip was put back says Coach Rowland! Cummings. Vanguard. And BUS did it with aSERVlltTAR BHS beat Gainesville Eastside,

which has a lot of young players this

year, 78-50 Saturday night, Jan. 14.
BHS traveled Tuesday, Jan. 17, to
Lake Weir where they won handily,
BHS is currently 10-3 over-all and
,.t 5-0 in District 5-3A. Ocala Vanguard
is also undefeated in district play.

BHS hosts Baker High Friday

night, Jan. 21, goes to Ocala Forrest
Jan. 24, and Middleburg Jan 27.
1 Gainesville High Jan. 28, and
Gainesville Eastside Jan. 31, before
returning home Feb. 3 when Lake
Weir is due to visit

1"x25'Powerlock i1 BHS operated as usual against
GHS, using a full court trapping
II GridBackedAir defense, a 3-2 zone under the basket,
ran its fast break offense, and the 10
zs Tape Rule with 0-4 Filters players who got on the court using
R O their quickness to steal the basket-
Ig7 Chrome Case i f 10: Efficient spun glass filters for use ball and really hitting the boards.

.Wh51 Blade has Stanley Powerlock feature O% in furnaces and central heat/air BHS jumped out to a 22-14 advantagefirst

b Belt clip on case #33-425 i O p units. Six sizes.10"x20"x1" 14"x25"x1"16"x20"xr 4 period lead. It was the second
five on the court that padded the
.o 16"x25"x1"20"x20"x1" lead, Coach Cummings pointed out.
1(25"1 x"
20" e
With Blye not hitting BHS still
scored 86 points. Pedro Carter pick-

Limit 2 : ed up his pace and scored 21 points,

< Per Customer 59ft $68' Wendull Hudson 14, and Marvin
I case Lane 13. But everybody shot the ball
of 12YA and scored. Point guard John Berry
added 9, Stacy Jenkins 7, and Harold
Chandler, Trum Blye, and Reggie

YwdrM SERVI.., ''' 7-1/4" Carb' With that many dangerous
; Insulation
a- ; Pipe shooters GHS had to attempt to
I 1.2. Tipped Circular Saw Blade w Use on hot or cold pipes. copper or galvanized. guard everybody, a difficult task
blades Pre-slit for easy Installation. Four 3-ft. tubes per even for a good team.
I 7 Genuine 20-tooth tungsten carbide-tipped package. Flame retardant. P10X." P11X.P12X Coach Cummings admitted he
i .. smoothly solid woods cut rip worried about the GHS game. He

t7k in particle board and $499 ',. ;: ;""\( $199, $269 S29 ._ said he had four days to prepare; and
: '" would have liked more time.
L pl. chipboard. L" :.r i,} '/ :/ '
27170 GHS, 9-5 after the loss, tried to
press the Tornado five, and were
successful to an extent.

SERVllfTAfl. State-ranked Vanguard still has
SEmnI'mR' the magic name in the district, but

Receptacle 1 ii1: 2"X 6D-'d' Duct Tape: Coach Cummings says the BHS fiveIs
0-i II Quiet Switch ;,,,,, with gaining more and more con-
Quick wire guide for Single pole A.C. Professional. quality. Silver laminated fidence. It remains to be seen
L rapid looping without switch. Grounded extra strong adhesive. whether the Tornadoes can
tools. Brown ivory. frame. Brown, i ivory Seals all air ducts. YN140.5320SP challenge Vanguard and the rest of
141.5320 0140-I4S1EP, 141-14511S ., ,. Many other uses. $399 / ; the better teams in District 5-3A.
Ii I zr #SSR-600DURACELL <
49 dtssir raoforo'HIglt JI 20 II >1 04Oalnai I I
>III.HIgli 14 It II II 71radford I
Might John tony 4-1/1. lugon* ol!y. I
1-1/1-S. Padre. Cartorlllt21.. Wendell Huoton ,
(* 7- / 14, Marvin lano 4-1/1.II, HoraM Chondl.r I
Metalmaster -:/:: .UacyJonhlnilJ/4.7, .T.uln Oly.-O//-1,leg.
1 Alkaline Batteries o Aviation Snips glo 32-20/33.UioffloW.. 1.1/1.. .Ch..... orawn 0-111.1. Total,

Last to six times longer than regular carbon .; J Oolnowlllo Might Arthur Iraxn 0.I."... Orion
up if action with comfort grips.
Combination snips w- .. .
Dv 1/1.11. Chad Th.mo. I "1. David Jahnton
"AA" 9 volt!
"D". "C" or 1-pack
pack Jaws are forged of special molybdenum steel. t-/4-ll. Kolrh. trawn I..-".-... T.ry too :lol/.-..
MN1300B2400B2, Straight/combination, AI..... 1.0.0/0.1. ,.",., 1....."/21-71.
500B2,604B r (left or right cut $ 99 y s
$179 '? available. BUS 78 Eastside 50
: snips
I"M3R, MiR M2R each f fMAi Tornado cagers led all the way,
rolling up a 78-50 win over Eastside
High of Gainesville last Satuday
night, Jan. 14, on the Bradford home

I ',Komi I Anil, fP tl kurikjet. Polished court.
Eugene Blye regained his shootingeye
Roller Covers' Brass Entry Lockset a for a game high 21 points and, in-

1 for with 2K 2%" adjustable latch for all exterior doors cluding five from the three point
Disposable roller covers designed use Tum button interior, ; range and hadd 16 rebounds. Five
latex"R7t6 base flat paints key exterior $ Tornadoes scored in double figures:

L 99ft '400T-CP3AL 799 Pedro Carter and Stacy Jenkins add-
of 2 ed 12 points each, Harold Chandlerand
Wendull Hudson 10 point each.

IroorordMtor, 11 1I9 17 71
tomldoHIgh. II 14 t It 40trodford
Hlghl fhniona or*. >.:(-"". ..... cI. -,
R HYPOIIeX" .-..... Hacy JonfclM ...11. Harold Cliandlor. HIO.Wondoll .
--_ SERVlTJIR. Hudiaa O-O-IO Donate........ .- .4. Monfn
;. Lono 1.I.i. Tntla Hyo 0.1.1.. ,.... 10770amldo .
1'9" Metal Tool Box Potting Soil Might Rkhardio. .1.1., Dinnhan 0-114,
Moor *!.,. O.....,, *...*, Icon I.:S-l. llmnioai
? Large capacity tool box of welded steel with hip $ All-purpose blend for foliage or flowering/ plants l..t. ,..... U 0-44)).
'-- ___ roof Contains perlite to prevent
j tray dealgnull.3lengthsection 1 ,: soil compaction, humus to BUS 85 Lake Weir 62
piano hinge lid $999 1 i promote bacterial/ activity $129 -- Lake Weir led Bradford 17-15 after
629SSR ; and Ibs silica 72420573 for soil aeration. the first period, but the Tornado five
20 put on Its usual pre-first half spurt to
take a lead it never relinquished to

(OSERVISTAR Corporation win 85-62 on the road Tuesday night,

/IMnldutl deiUrt, may limn quwlltln IMMdul. dealerS may\ ml Hoc:*HI.,turn.. Jan. 17.When.
Sara turn may\ rWilaldem$10CashgildCarry.rmsonly Harold Chandler came off
the bench in the second quarter,
sjRuII7wAgRiWe: "'.... ..". BHS really got going, said! Coach
: :. '. .J Cummings. He played a major partin
it the win.
Eugene Blye and Pedro Carter led
Can Help. .' the scoring with 15 each, but the
scoring was balanced with seven
I players in double figures or close to

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Three Crack Sellers Arrested Near Lawtev 5o9.nn c '

.' ...Final Week! i iise
Three Macclenny men were ar- seat.A.
Charged was Willie Lee Thomas
rested Jan. 14 north of for Paige also faces traffic charges of
Lawtey search of the vehicle revealed 18, Patrick Stoutamire, 20, andTimothy
trying to sell crack driving while license suspended and
cocaine. bags of crack cocaine, said
Gregory 20, said
Authorities attempted to stop a Rhoden. fleeing attempting to elude, said
Deputy Rhoden. All face of
silver Audi 5000 for a traffic violaton During an interview at the jail of possession of drug charges Rhoden. I
but the vehicle fled the area. WhenDeputy the three occupants in the vehicle,it paraphernalia Assisting officers were DeputiesPat \
possession of controlled substanceand (
Harvey Rhoden finally stopped was learned they had purchased the Henry, Barry King and Lt.
conspiracy to sell,manufacture, David Aderholt.The .
the vehicle north of .
Lawtey on crack in Jacksonville and were at- deliver controlled
US-301,the passenger was observed tempting to sell the crack at Tom- substance. Bond vehicle was seized at the time
was set at ,
they releasedon
trying to hide something in the back pkins Mqimra futrkinff Jot in Iwiwtev their recognizance.were of the arrests,said Aderholt.

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I' Police Officers Recover Stolen Automotive ToolsThree 5O0

men have been charged and theft,dealing in stolen property,was property (two counts), said Mc- charge, Thompson remains in :;orders
automotive tools valued at $1,300 Elmer Warren Williams, 29, of Clain.Bond was set at$1,000 on each custody.ATTENTION. .AU
have been recovered from a Jan. 7 Lawtey,said McClain.Bond for the : gtockOOr
burglary.Items charge was set at $1,000, he was :Npqr ;::
valued at approximately released on his own recognizance.
$1,700, including sockets, impact Anthony Wayne Moore, 32, of .Gifra... ,o Fi \eerO C81.e&
wrench, chain hoist, battery Raiford was arrested Jan. 14 for AU;:> eel1Gif
charger, drills and grand theft, JoAnn'sCountry pleas
body grinderswere burglary according to oy
taken from 740 S. Orange St. Patrolman Mack Short. Bond was Everyone is invited to attend the Hazardous Crafts rrol1\ Jp11'Zt
sometime over the weekend of Jan. set at $1,000 on the charges. Moore Waste and Tri-County Landfill ; J
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Recent ArrestsIn Ernest Albert Varnes, 39, of> Patrolman Jerry Feltner. Bond was Deputy Danny Thntt. She was ing while license suspendedDWLS Roland Randolph, a. was ar
Bradford Starke was arrested Jan. 14 for set at$250.Charles. released after a $250 surety bond ( ), unlawful transfer of tag rested Jan. 13 for DUI, according to
CountyThe disorderly intoxication,according to was posted. according to Patrolman Brown. He Patrolman Jeff Johnson. He was
following individuals were arrested Deputy Charles Carter. Authoritieswere Edward Lee, 25. of was released after a $465.25 surety released after a $500 surety bond
by local authorities in Brad- called to Michigan Ranch Lawtey was arrested Jan. 12 for Eddie Speed was arrested Jan. 12 bond was posted. was posted.
ford County. where Varnes was causing a distur- violation of probation for forgery for violation of probation, accordingto
bance. He was released Jan. 15 aftera and uttering a forged document Deputy Barry King. Bond was set Michael Andrew McIntosh, 32, of Woodrow:\ Neal Hawkins, 19, of
Mary Elizabeth Sikes and an $250 surety bond was posted. possession of drug paraphernalia at $3,000, he remains in custody. Florahome was arrested Jan. 14 for Worthington Springs was arrestedJan.
11-year-old juvenile were charged failure to appear for driving while DWLS, according to Deputy Thrift. 16 for DWLS, according to
with retail theft petit theft Jan. 14 as George James Earle, 22, of Clem. license suspended, according to John Lamar Crews, 19, of Starkewas He was released after a $215 surety Patrolman Brown. Bond was set at
they attempted to leave Eckerds' son was arrested Jan. 15 for failingto Deputy Pat Henry. Bond was set at arrested Jan. 11 for disorderly bond was posted. $215.25. He was released on his own
with merchandise without paying appear,according to Deputy Dan- $2,750, he was released on his own conduct according to Deputy recognizance.
according to Patrolman Susan B. ny Pearson. Bond was set at $2,000 recognizance at his first appearance Henry. Bond was set at $250. Kevin. Cruger, 30, was arrestedJan.
Wilkerson. The juvenile was released cash or surety only. by Judge Sanders. 15 for driving under influence, William E. Miller 19, was ar-
according to Trooper M. E. Richardson. rested Jan. 16 for DWLS, accordingto
to the custody of a Starke family. Willie Kate Johnson 58,of Lincoln
Timothy Leo Wombolt, 24, of Traffic Cruger's blood alcohol content Patrolman Johnson.> He was
Sikes was ordered to appear in court City was arrested Jan. 14 for
Feb. 21, according to Patrolman Camden County Ga. was arrested disorderly intoxication during a Jimmy Vincent Kirby, 18, of was .10 percent. He was released released after a $215.25 surety bond
Wiliams H. Brown. Jan. 11 for retail theft according to> domestic disturbance according to Starke was arrested Jan. 16 for driv after a $500 surety bond was posted. was posted.

Barry Lederll Williams, 27, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 13 for
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a bottle of wine at Midway Jiffy
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Bond was set at $500 he was
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Girl Scouts In Bradford Union With

Neighborhood have had a busy 'first
half of the scout year Individual
troops have been involved in many Everyday Low Prices
different areas of fun service and

learning.Troops are smaller in number at From Winn-Dixie.
this time but are larger in size with 580
the need for additional leadership
critical.BU .
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Starke and Lake Butler Christmas
parades. Thanks to all who attended o Cauliflower Carrots .
and to Willie Mae Randolph for providing .-; Celery Cucumbers Chicken Drummettes Barbecue Sauce
the piano accompaniment at 'a Cherry Tomaotes Sweet Pickles and Lemons
the +- Stuffed Olives Black Olives
A sing Brownie Fun Day was well attended } Broccoli FOR 8 TO 12 PEOPLE . 17.00

following the Starke parade. FOR 1210 16 PEOPLE . 18.00 FOR 12 TO 16 PEOPLE . . 20.00
With Events Chairperson Laurie
Mullins in charge the Brownies enjoyed FOR 16 TO 24 PEOPLE . 25.00 FOR 16 TO 24 PEOPLE . . 25.00
crafts, games and songs aftera -
bag lunch. Thanks to Lynne EVlRYDAY
Foster Peg Trimble, Bobbl Howell, 1.I
Mary Loney, Mary Bott, Danielle LOw PRfcI f ,
Smith and Viva Riley for the leader !V pg1C!

ship. ri ''UGHT WNCKBiPplEliWl i CHEO I i lt'FBENCit'' t LO

Highlighting 605

Junior Troop 605 scouts were very e -
successful in the QSP fund drive last DELI s o p
fall (as was the entire X 1111 PRINGLE'SSNACKS f 1
neighborhood). 605 Girl Scouts sold BOILED _
over $900 in magazines tapes and 1 ,
records.The following scouts received
prizes for their efforts; Angela
Milliard, Lindsay Woodf in. Kelly $99
Trimble Nicole Stevens, Jessica Atwood -
Tina Cowart Cheri Milliard. '
Rhiannon Bott Jane Johns.Lindsay LB. _
Walkup Katrina Hampton, Kelley
Sellers Annette Thornton Monica '
Nichols and Katrina Yeomans. This E
participated in the
troop nursing HAM TURKEY.
home sing and then celebrated witha SALAMI. BOLOGNA.
Christmas party at their meeting LETTUCE. ONIONS a
place (Masonic Lodge). TOMATOES !VlApapSANDWICH


Bradford Library

Extends WelcomeTo 3 $ 00 fAWns 67c NORTHLAND lC
Clay ResidentsThe u >
Bradford County Public $499 'EV'E'It'Y.D".Y"L
Library invites patrons and students :EVERYDAY:LQW PRICES, ; PRICES EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
from Keystone Heights and Santa Fe EACH ,

The BCPL comprises one library
located in Starke and has a SUPERBOWL .
bookmobile which stops in each in- .
corporated area of Bradford County, I
said Library Director Sue Crum. $119-

The library is supported primarily S2t7.Q 7ge
by local tax dollars, state and :$49K9 20.1 P/Ct3.= 12-oz.PKG.
federal funds and through a grant
from SFCC as well said Crum. '
We are here to assist both students
and faculty in any way that we can DIET PEPSI. MOUNTAIN DEW Ahoy Mate.. 'WINNIIXIISTOIICOUFOMoo _,
and have -
purchased many new "SMOKED NICE 4 SLOW ft HOT TO CO CAFFEINE FREE PEPSI or ,
books specifically to supplement the )SpecialBARBECUE Offer!
Andrews Center curriculum, adds PEPSI $ -
Crum. $/ 99 |

The Bradford Library is also ex- SPARERIBS. IAO O pQsgl COLA 30 minutes of colorTHISWEEKONLY tI

tending services use the to Keystone residents Branch that COMBO.PEPPERONI SAUSAGE..uRGER or s ) 1IIe.-arery a r i-r-yov r OFF it'' I
rely (: --. 0
DELI 9 9
FRESH -- -
Keystone is getting a badly needed 2 y$500 zr WITH COUPON ON ANYMAYBELLINE
addition and will be closed for three :
months. Any patron that resides in r -
Bradford County,even through they FAMILY NClCINCLUOES'2.f'IEasM AIL VARIETIES
may only live two miles from a wiwo s. La Of POTATO SALAD La. SLAW U t$329 =
Keystone Heights, is entitled to free LDA.o. FRENCH a ttAD COLA. . . can $ 99 COSMETIC I

I; public library service. FRIED CHICKEN $ 99 REGULAR 8 1 or YOUR CHOICI
The BCPL staff will issue tem-
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9 9 JAN +
porary cards to Clay County DINNER . cats W RLlGHTorDIW'TUPI.$4
1 00.o'.vro'I. M ... -J UMJT 1 COUPON PER CUSTOMER,
residents for a fee of five dollars,according LSs -
to Crum.
Parents may also sign up their
.i II preschoolers for story hour on a first
I come: first served basis.
I The State of Florida la striving
toward interlibrary cooperation and EVERYDAY LOW LOW PRICESPage
, information networking Bradford /

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New River Ramblers Enjoy Suwannee Campoutby

Buster Rahn around a campfire after dinner, for of 8-12 players with some individual president; Dot House secretary';
BCT Staff Writer an evening of guitar playing and players moving from group to Clayborn Driggers, treasurer, and
New River Ramblers chapter of singing, when 10-12 bluegrass musi- group. Banjos were added Saturday Neil Tucker,wagonmaster.Tucker .
the Good Sam club had two nights of cians came over and started play- night to produce real bluegrass. outlined the 1989 camping
bluegrass pickin' and grinnm' last ing. With fiddles guitars,mandolins The monthly campout was suc- schedule, with Spring and Autumn
week-end while camping at "Spiritof and base fiddle the group played cessful, even without the bluegrass, trips to the N.Georgia mountains,a
1 the Suwannee" campground, 6-7 bluegrass until midnight, or maybea but the show added entertainment state meeting with 500 rigs expected -
miles north of Live Oak on the little later.Saturday without cost, to lovers of bluegrass, and a tri-state meeting in
Suwannee River.Wagonmaster. evening, the Ramblersheld which includes virtually all of the Moultrie, Ga., where 1,000 rigs may
Neil Tucker a covered dash dinner in the group. show up.In November the group will
scheduled the group into the cam- music hall. Upon returning to the Officers for 1989 were installed camp at Jennings, where the distaff
without knowing 60-70 pavillion they found four musical during the Saturday morning members like to shop in nearby fac-
bluegrass musicians would con- groups, holding forth in four different business meeting. tory outlet stores. In December, the
verge there for a get-together. areas all playing; at one time. Assistant State Director Bill Nail Ramblers will return to the Starke
Friday evening, Jan. 13, the New One group settled in adjacent to Mac of Keystone Heights administeredthe KOA Kampground for its Christmas
River Ramblers, with 21 rigs and 43 McKmley's camper and played until oath of office to Allen Jones, party and campout.
m..mhp Attpndinll IlA'hp"pli 2 a.m The informal group consisted president; Buster Rahn, vice- Eston and Grace Jordan attendedas
visitors and petitioned to join the
group.The membership is capped at .
dluw"'I. 35 rigs, but a vacancy exists as 1
result of one couple dropping out.


Spirit of Suwannee

Campground AreaHeadquarters for 1

f ,a EEF
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE Bluegrass Music


ROUND WHOLE SUPERBRAND BCT by Buster Staff Writer Rahn

The "Spirit of the Suwannee" .i
is the North Florida-

ROAST RIB EYES MARGARINEQUANTITY Blue South Grass Georgia music headquarters according to Bob for
and Jean Cornett owners of the
of the New River
Rambers Chapter of the Good Sam
Club found by chance, some 60-70
RIGHTS blue grass musicians in the campground I
RESERVEDWrNNDIIlt.,.... INC last week-end (Jan. 13-15),
S COPVMIOMT IPRICES and grinnin' until the wee ,
9 7 9 GOOD hours of the morning Friday and
THURS.-WED., Saturday nights.
JAN. 19-25. 1989 Last week-end was one of the few
3 that did not have a formal group
presenting a concert. The park nor-
s + STOREHOURS mally is booked up for weeks in ad-
- vance with popular blue grass
o groups.A Blue Grass Camp-0-Ree Is
8 A.M. 1-LB. planned for April 6-9, Thursday
through Sunday with five bands

LB. LB. 11 T \,. PKGS. participating.'Country." "Paul From'Moon'"and Virginia"Red Mullins andMurphy

from Ohio "River Grass Reveu,

ROUND STEAK . La $227 DELMONICO STEAK. La $497 J Variety Quality Convenience from June Tennessee.16-18 a gospel jubilee will beheld

featuring Florida Boys, Dixie
Echoes,Lewis Family Inspirations,
*> CHICKEN or search.
PORK (UCtOIMON TURKEY '.. Visitors do not have to stay in the
Q .
Famutud :. ,'I ; ,.. \ attend the shows.
CHOPSBACON = "I41 {WINGS .a campground to
fTRlMCOT" v o .. ;:', :. : FRANKS The Campground...
_: .
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$377 -- 98C : 380 acre Suwannee park several County years acquired ago on the high 500

$109 rolling ground adjacent to the
LB. LB. Suwannee River where the banks
LB. are steep and the water is dark with

.. .. .. THICK SLICED MARKET StYLI Mc -. 'J,: Seepages
,,, .. ,
BONELESSHAMS ; "*k W-D CHOPPED; ::,. CORN >'Passport f8 r;:' ii '


t SMOKIES . La $298 "" "NM your passport and take a tripto
:> the"World of Pharaoh"at the
1 $199 PALMETTO FARMS MrYI $169 Florida Museum of Natural Historyon
PIMENTO $ 97 Saturday January 28, at 7 p.m.
LB. 1 LB. LB. Dance in the Pharaoh's Tunnel to
CHEESE . . i. the sounds of "Ezee", feast in the
Valley of the Nile and imbibe at the
HARVESTFRESH Embalming Bar. Appropriate attire
for this adventure spans the
YpDAY centuries3,000 B.C. to 1989. Valet
pt1.c! L41_ parking will be available for
chariots,cars and camels.
i Tickets for this annual fund raiser
Iii : PRODUCE are$50 per person. Proceeds will go
to sponsor educational programs
jI public events and special grants for
___ museum research and collections.
CAN Start off your year with an exciting
Tn i
0111 I trip as the museum is
-- HARVEST FRESH transformed into"The World of the
Pharaoh". For the experience of a
-,'" ,.', ,,, ..- ORANGES millennium call the Florida
"'fb": ;" :: Museum of Natural History ((904)
.. ,1''
I I _I '" 392-1721. Your passport is waiting.
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A EVEpYDA'l l __I FRESH THEATREStarke 964-5451
'-- Low -- _--A CELERY 2.00 SPECIAL f
Sot. & Sun.5:00: Showing
ALL VARIETIES a 1 2 Tuesday Showing
68 5-ar. STALKS 88C
DRINKS . V'L'IVIHYDAY \, YOGURT . tups ORANGE JUICE uac89C FOR Closed Wed. & Thurs.
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1.LL CP310INSULIN 31/3 5-CT. HARVEST FRESHIDAHO will move you... &"%

-1588 Stoke 964-7484

-Y-- R LO DOSE sout oo $1 _YELLOW HI.'S8C Fri. Sat. & Sun

ONIONS. ,. !
31IIIt1tESp, LB. LB. Nature. makes,
1MVCIrua. $1489
IMITATION CRAB $099 SNAPPER $O99 Winn-Dixie makes
r;. BE UNDERSOLD. SALAD . . u I FILLETS . . u O the difference. .


CLEAN STORES AND QUICK CHECKOUT! AduHs-Admission._.............:..', 990

Children.. RADIO..._.SOUND.I .___.... 600

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I Ubitiiaries-

W. DeGarmo a member of Murray Hill Methodist grandchildren and two great Gainesville, following an extended Yellowater section of Duval County, Starke. Include his wife, Mrs.
George Survivors
Church in Jacksonville, the grandchildren.Graveside illness. Mr.Oliver moved Bedford Lake in his
George W. DeGarmo 92, of Brotherhood of Locomotive) services were held Jan. Born June 5, 1915 in Lawtey, Mr. 1985 from Jacksonville. He was a Ruth Shanbarger;! daughter of ,
Starke, died Monday, Jan. 16 in the Engineers, the American Legion 18 with Rev. Gary A. Heath, pastorof Edwards was a lifetime resident of retired cold storage engineer for the Mrs. Peggy Stanwx.Hay.Pearl mpGatchevilflseaiSa -
VA Medical Center of Gainesville Post 202 of Keystone, the Melrose Hope Baptist Church, officiating. Bradford County,a member of First Armour Company in Jacksonvilleand ; and two nuauu) grandchildren 01-
following an extended Illness. Masonic Lodge 89 of Keystone, the Interment with Masonic Rites was in Baptist Church of Starke, a retired a member of Pine Level Baptist ;
Born Sept. 21, 1896 In Colrain, Ionic Masonic Lodge 101 of Jackson Riverside Memorial Park in auto mechanic owning and Church of Starke. .
Ohio, Mr. DeGarmo moved to ville, and the Scottish Rite Bodies of Jacksonville under the direction of operating Edwards Safety Service of Survivors include his wife,GladysR. Funeral services were held Jan.18at
Funeral Homeof
Theressa in 1978 from JacksonvilleHe Jacksonville. Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Starke for over 20 years, and a Oliver; a son, Robert A. Oliver, the Archie Tanner
was an engineer for Seaboard Survivors include his daughter, veteran of World War II in the U.S. and daughter Betty Bennett,both ) Starke with Rev. Tom Crafton of-
Coastline Railroad retiring( in 1168.!( Gayle Perry of Keystone: five Lawrence"Monk" Mnkins Army.Survivors. Bedford Lake; two sisters, Ruby ficiating. Burial was in Keystone
Lawrence Freeman "Monk" include his wife, Alene Brown of Starke and Gladys Fox of Heights Cemetery with Archie Tanner
Dinkins 79,of Starke,died Jan. IS in Austin Edwards; three sons, Cocoa; five grandchildren, 8 great- Funeral Home in charge of ar
North Fla.: REgional Hospital in William II. Edwards.!! III of Port St. grandchildren and one great-great- rangements.Mrs. .
Gainesville following an extended il Lucie, James A. of Tallahassee and grandchild.
Sale lness. Robert M of Fernandina Beach'; Funeral services were held Jan. 16 Florede Speer
[lQJJPtrot: %J. Prices Born Dec. 20, 1909 in Hampton, four sisters, Mrs. Mary Mixon and in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel of Mrs. Florede Harris Speer 85 of
f.. .. OJ Good Mr. Dinkins was a lifelong residentof Lou Royster, both of Jacksonville Keystone Heights with Rev. Roman Athens, Ga.. formerly of) Starke,
combIne t bring you Bradford County, a member of Jean Rathel of Salisbury, Md, andAda Alvarez and Dr. R.P. McCall officiating died Jan.16 in Athens
LOWER PRICES Jan25 First Baptist Church of Starke, and Reddish of Starke, and four Interment was in Hope Born Aug. 17, 1903 in Helena, Ga.,
retired from the Division of Stan grandchildren. Cemetery at Theressa under the Mrs. Speer moved to Athens 18 mon-
dards,State of Fla.,where he was an Graveside services were held Jan. direction of Jones Funeral Home. ths ago.She was a member of Beech
L PEN: Mon.-Sat. 9 am -2 am Sun. 1 pm-" pm inspector. 14 at Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Haven Baptist Church of Athens,
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Rev. Ben Bryant officiating. Inter Donald E. Pangborn former member of First Baptist in
Thelma Andreu Dinkins of Starke; a ment was under the direction of Donald Edwin Pangborn, 88, of) Pahokee and First Baptist of Starke,
daughter, Mrs. JoAnn Stith of Jones Funeral Home of Starke.In Keystone Heights, died Jan. 12 in a member of Extension Fidells Sun-
CANADIAN SEAGRAMS E &J Gautier, Miss.; a sister, Mrs. Dolly lieu of flowers, contributionsmay Campbell's Villa of Melrose, follow- day School Class at Beech Haven
MIST GIN BRANDY Hatcher of Brandon; and a grand be made to: The American ing an extended illness. Baptist Church, Past President of
son, Philip Andreu Stith of Campbell Cancer Society, 1199 Bessent Rd., Born Oct. 25, 1900 in Meadville. Women's Missionary Union at First
Calif. Starke, Fla. 32091. Pa., Mr. Pangborn moved to Baptist in Pahokee, Past
Keystone in 1921. He was retired Jr. Sunday School
Graveside funeral services were Superintendent
held Jan. 17 in Crosby Lake Mrs. Pauline Nelson owner of Keystone Heights Lumber Dept., Pahokee, Past Grand Officer
Cemetery with Rev. Ben Bryant of Mrs Pauline Nelson, 64, of Sebr- Company, a charter member of and lifetime member of Order of) the
ficiating. Interment was under the ing, died Jan. 16 at Kissimmee, Keystone Heights Community Eastern Star in Pahokee, and
1299 1299 699 direction of Jones Funeral Home of following an extended illness. Church a member of retired school teacher in elementary
Starke.In Born in Ft. White, Mrs.Nelson Jived Melrose/Keystone Masonic Lodge and high school education.
89, member of Scottish Rite Bodies
lieu of flowers, contributionsmay most of her life in Ellington and
1.75 7YJ 750 be made to the First Baptist Sebring, Fla. She retired from the and Morocco Temple, and a former Survivors include her daughter
Church Building Fund, P.O. Box Savings&Loan Company in Sebringand Clay .County Commissioner for 24 Mrs. Ernest (Betty) Boland 01
1258, Starke, Fl. 32091. was a member of the First years.Memorial Athens; two brothers, Charles J.
Methodist Church in Sebring. services were held Jan. Harris of Middleburg and Yancey A.
JACK MALIBU SOUTHERN 15 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
Edwards Harris of Silver Springs, Md.; a
DANIELS William "Bill" Survivors include her husband, Rev. Leamon Ward and Mr. Alfred sister Mrs. Lee H. McGriff Sr. of
RUM COMFORT William Howell "Bill" Edwards, Don Nelson; her daughter, Mrs. Watson, Sr., officiating. Intermentwill Gainesville, ; two grandchildren,two
BLACK Jr., 73, of Kingsley Lake, died Jan. Barbara Davis of Jacksonville; two be at a later date in Keystone great-grandchildren; several nieces
12 in North Fla.Regional Hospital of sons, David of Tampa and Jeffery of Heights Cemetery under the direc- and nephews.
Orlando; her mother, Mrs. Onie tion of) Jones Funeral Home.In .
Swilley of Providence; her brother lieu of flowers, donations may Funeral services will be held
I 999 749 Bill Swilley of Interlachen; and be made to the Keystone Heights Thursday, Jan. 19 m. at First
799 Lady Bug Florist three grandchildren. Community Church. Baptist Church of Stare with Rev.
Graveside funeral services will be Ben Bryant officiating. Order of
750 7&1 750 1005 S.WaterSt. held Friday, Jan 20 at 11 a.m. at John ShanbargerJohn Eastern Star Chapter 44 will conduct
Phillip Baptist Church with Rev.En- Shanbarger, 72, of) Starke services at the grave in Evergreen
IN HOUSE SPECIALS THIS WEEK: Starke. FL nis Harper officiating. Archie Tan died Jan. IS at his home following an Cemetery. Arrangements are being
ner Funeral Home of Starke is in extended illness. Funeral Home.
"STI handled by Jones
j 964-4956 I
CANADIAN MAJESTY 11.99 1.75 charge of arrangements. Born and raised in Columbia,Pa.,

SCHENlEY VODKA 6.99 LTR for All your Flower y{setfs, Andrew Jordan Oliver Army Mr. Shanbarger during World served War in the II, U.S.and Card Of ThanksThe
5.99 750 7 'Days A.: Itftekj Andrew Jordan Oliver, 94, of Bed- moved to Starke in 1956 where he family of Lucretia Andrews
SURER HOME WHITE ZINFANDEL 4.99 750 ford Lake in Starke, died Jan. 13 in was employed by the DuPont would like to express their heartfelt
This Weeks House Special: Alachua General Hospital followinga Chemical as mechanic until -
CAPTAIN MORGAN SPICED RUM 6.99 150 thanks to our friends for the many
brief illness. his retirement in 1976. He was a
CLUNY SCOTCH 7.99 LTR Bud & $ 9. 5 Born Oct. 13, 1894 in the member of First Christian Church of flowers gifts of, love food,expressed visits and by your

Balloon prayers during the loss of our loved

301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke one.

Call WINNING TENNIS INSTRUCTION Special thanks to the staff of Bradford -

-1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 Lady} Bug : $10 per Hour Or Learn with a Friend for $5 Peterson County, Rev.Hospital Bill Delany, the Rev.and Art Ar-

OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK each. Students Include members of KHHS cher Funeral Home.
Today Our loss was great,but these people
teams. Call Mark at 473-4380 or 964-6305 made it easier to bear. For this

reason,we are truly grateful.E'Jr .



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exciting GENESISCarpet Opening Jan. 16th. your convenience, most

.". certified by Amoco.And when you As a national family Denny's are open 24 hours.
1-800-5-GENESIS ((1-800-543-6374)),
With all this going for us
restaurant chain Denny'sfamous
it's yours for the testing. For the spilling, bleaching,
oiling and greasing. Try that with the others. You'll see that menu is sure to you'll probably be spending

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,lam to burgers, complete all our food is reasonably

dinners to light snacks. priced, to fit any budget.
Finance With
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Fllp-ovel'u.-No one...Injured when this pick-up truck flipped over on SR 10O Just. eat of Lake Geneva near Keystone heights last Friday but a ga leak resulted form the
accident and wa handled by the Keystone Height Volunteer Fire Department. I
Tba driver...the only penon In the truck when It overturned after he attempted to come to a atop after another driver had pulled out In front of the
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Pick-Up do Delivery on Any Toro
Call for Pick-Up Today!


annual meeting of the SPECIAL

Double Check... stockholders of $
A volunteer Fire Department_her checki the overturned cab of a pickup plus prorta. '
truck that flipped over on sa 100. lubrlcanta
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ah .pen Blad
Purple Gator Western Wear .Adjust CarburetorClean
FLORIDAfor Air Filter
Hwy 301 S. Starke 964-4809 ..Lub.TbrottlaCbaok All Nuts a Bolt
Adjust Brake.*B.IUanrlo. Pre-Season Sale On All
Next to Gator II Farm Supply the election of Directorsand :. .Tlr*.at Battary & Catchers

We invite you to come in and see the transaction of any

our great selections of: other business that may come IRYANor.

before the meeting will be held -
Boots Buckles
Belts LevIs -Tack at the office of said Bank, on

.;, Western Clothing ; January 26, 1989, between the

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Sculptured Nails & Tips PROFESSIONAL SALON PRODUCTS Is Experienced.....

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Michael Veni:. Over20ye8rs Jiil

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8-8 Kathy. Swafford: Formerly I

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Co. Says...

Warning Needed Before Digging Near Lines

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Officials with Central Telephone year. could easily hit and damage a phone or individual that caused the
to j Company of Florida are again "During 1988, we logged more cable." damage, he said. "When the cableIs
reminding area contractors, con- than 50 Incidents in which damage to Although most cable cuts result in large and the damage is extensive
struction firms, public works agencies an underground cable has meant just temporary inconvenience for these costs can"mount into the
and private citizens to call loss of service to at least 300 telephone customers Carrion em- thousands of dollars.
Centel before embarking on any project customers each," Carrion said. "In phasized there could also be tragic To prevent such damage, Centel
1 that the bulk of these cases, the damagewas consequences. has established a "Call Before YouDig"
"The vast majority of our caused by: some type of con- program in which anyone plan-
L telephone cables are underground," struction activity, such as water or "Any situation which prevents ning a project that underground
said Lou Carrion general customer sewer line installation or road emergency calls from getting can get help in locating
services manager. "While that offers repair." through is a matter of grave con- telephone cables.
protection from wind and But Carrion was quick to add that cern, he said. In addition, Carrion "We have a toll-free number,
weather, it makes them extremely even weekend gardeners can pose a noted, cable cuts can have a 1-800-432-4770, that can be called to
vulnerable to shovels, backhoes,and potential threat to Centel's substantial fiscal impact on the arrange for a Centel representatie to
,. .. J other excavation equipment." underground cable network."In responsible party. go to the work site and point out the
Carrion said the continued high residential areas, our service "The cost of repairing a damaged exact location of any underground
growth rate of Centel-Florida's servo cables to homes aren't burled that cable is passed along to the company telephone cables in the- area.
deep," he explained. "Someone ::1//'
ing area has contributed to the ongo-
ing problem of service interruptions planting landscaping or putting in a *
caused by cable cuts in the past new fence post or mailbox support 4 i-4 : *

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INJURIES Serving Melrose Keystone t Starke area
Headaches Work Related PORCHES PATIO COVERS

of the Suwannee.. .Mid Back Personal
Auto Accidents
Low Back
& Leg J
ff{ k
from page 3B dred mile radius come to the park ROOFOVERS SWIMMING POOLS
every week-end, Cornett said. Last
tannic acid. While the water is the week-end with 60-70 attending wasa DR. RICHARD C. 11JLLERClDROPRACTIC 7ww o FREE FORgUALlTY'S
color of tea, it is not muddy. As a large turn-out, but there are never (1I II "
matter of fact the water is almost fewer than 8-10. The musicians play CARE =
pollution free, with only a little farm for the enjoyment they get from :I SAKE
run-off up stream. Rising In the playing, filling regular jobs duringthe WHEN YOU NEED IT CALL
Okefenokee Swamp in SE Georgia, week, Cornett said. SAIK
the river makes its way to the Gulf of Professionals passing through the 24 HOURS A DAY 7
Mexico. area stop by and join in,from time to DAYS A WEEK [375-1106
New River, which drains a large time. Two pros, Jerry and Kevin
area NW of Starke, joins the Santa Williamson, members of "The Red VQD
Office Hours 280O N.W. 74th PI.
Fe, with headwaters just south of wings" from West Virginia, were in :
Starke at Worthington Springs and the campground Saturday night,and Mon.-Fri.! 8:30-6:00: : p.m. Sat. By Appointment Stave Mayer Manager
enters the Suwannee River south of joined in the music making. : State Certl. CRC010J66
Branford. '
Suwannee County developed the
park with grant funds and operatedthe
facility for 2-3 years, but closed it
up when revenues failed to defray
operating costs. The park remained
closed for four years.
Bob Cornett a Blue Grass promoter
living in Kentucky, learned of
the closed park through friends, and
investigated the possiblility of get-
ting control of the park and developing -
it into a bluegrass center.
Suwannee County gave Bob and
Jean Cornett a long term lease with
an option to buy the park. They have
now been operating the campgroundfor
three years. I- j IA
The park, with two miles frontageon ____ ;
the Suwannee River has a paved, I
road winding throughout the area ..
with only a small area developed for I@m.tron
camping, with some 150 campsitesat Cashi
this time. Full hook-up facilitiesare Carry -
available at some, but not all 8' Pressure Treated $O 59 12"x 12Vernay-
sites. The high ground stays dry, Timber AM /' No-Wax
even during rainy weather, Landscape Floor Tile
precluding the need for paved park- Treated pine resists Insects and decay ,.
Border walkways .etc. V
Native trees abound throughoutthe 44
ing. .
-Attractive landscaping accent 104574as e.ctI
campground, with trees Being 0ta3tee
removed only as needed for roads
and campsites. Nature trails to the
river and throughout the park provide
hikers with miles of canopied .
Fiberglass -

trails.The facility offers a large selection Roof Shingles 4 4 sr II
of canoe trips from an hour or
two, to overnight, or two nights, on 6
the river. Arrangements can be \
made for canoers to be picked-up at 1 With fiberglass nX 4rX 8'
a point down stream, at an agreed melting:Class ,
?. fire A wind rating Gypsum Board Slotted, Solid
upon time. Sun activated Or Leachbed 4"
if' Use to finish walls 'Non-
or ceilings
The campground has a cane grin-
seal. down tab *20 b Corrugated
and crack resistant 1173O
ding each Thanksgiving, and makes Cash year limited 1
syrup in the same manner as i Carry warranty Joint Compound ST19
farmers did it 100 years ago. 62 Lb. Pail 117511 ........... 29 Lfl.
Livestock consists of a horse that 24112-4
pulls a buggy, circa 1875 two mules
Treated Lumber For
that will pull the sight-seeing wagon Ju.rAdd
later this year, and ducks in a fish : Water/ Outdoor r1oit10n9 ''
pond that gave up a nice bass Friday I I Projects 32" Or 36"
afternoon. ) 40 Lb. Bag Pressure treated to resist Insects and decay Can cZT AluminumConcrete
Cornett plans to expand camping p.IJJ: ::: I Mix be painted or stained or weathers to a beautiful Storm Door
facilities, by adding campsites, and HI gray
will offer Coast to Coast campsiteson I: !? OO $3999L
long term lease, in a small
limited area. Indian houses with _
Pre-drllled I for all
palmetto roofs will be constructed, -f Perfect tot small 2.89 hardware -Fullywealherslripped Vi" Insulating
J fl 7.69 2.29
and Indian potter will be produced Tlobs I .Patch, repair, Pipe Wrap
just as the Indians built houses and e Just add 1.89 2.69 3.29 4.79 '
made pottery, hundreds of years water 10386 s -safmYumframe
ago.An 2.99 3.49 4.99 11131-4
expert on Indian history Dr. 17 vut
Deegan, who heads up the Archaeological 12440
Department at the 24" Wood
University of Florida, plays a Vz X 4'x 8' ;,
bluegrass mandolin.Cornett said he II LouveredBifold Iff Section ,
will make her an offer "she can't Ir Door WhiteOr Sheathing
resist" to come play with bluegrass I Brown ( Plywood

musicians the park.Bluegrass and. teach Indian culturein $1 776 Vinyl Gutter I $ b" 1 1 rII

musicians from a hun- $
II II "I I Made of stain grade / _'%," thick .BuildIng -
Info on Managing mahogany louvtt. -Maintenancefree code approvedforccverdeduse pSiOd"a
design sizes 'Neverneeds \
Home FinancesTo I)II I' I available allow painting (exterior glue)Fbr 26"X B' $479
Be StudiedWhen II Iprtcss With track& Will not< hardware 110647 but floor use *3 ply -Maintenance-free. -Corrosion-resist
should you buy on credit? Sturdy 11206634 '12192. ant galvanized steel*12473
How can you make the best of
available Income? How do you save
money these days? How much can j
you afford to pay for housing? Gable Mount Galvanized
Answers to these and other ques- Power ,

designed tions will be for in a home individuals study course and Attic Ventilator ; + Home 28"x60 Skirting Mobile I---$3pProsefvativs, Clear Wood Fi ii Water SealWaterproofing

families in Bradford County. The
home course series will discuss $34 y $369 i
financial decisions faced by in- a. r3osta ; $899 $849
dividuals and families. s ; ]
I Information on budgeting, credit d4 ,. ,
life, health and property insurance, [! : LL _-
J cost of raising children, sa gl
banking, buying a house, social
j security management 0 10 E
I include
will also be !1T1r J13J
r The series of 18 lessons, starting
", February 1, will be available to
residents of Bradford County at no
charge. 2708 NE Waldo Rd.
"' j I Contact the Bradford County Ex-
-. tension Service at 964-6280,Ext. 284,
,I, to get on the mailing- list for"the + rrs4 Gainesville ffj '-'/ Mon thru W- 8 AM 8PM

\ | "Financial Management Series. edCrM9t7justAsk Ph: 377-8585 STORE Sat: 8 AM-6PM

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January 19,19119 TKI.KGIt: API1.TIMES: l\Iu' .4)K-SECTION Pit"711

Boy Scouts "Pick Up the Pines" to Help Save BeachesBy

Mark Frledlln mas trees are being used to save llshed around the county. me worthwhile
BCT project by a variety to help. You can see the results miles of beaches and dunes In
Staff Writer precious beaches on the At- trees are to be trucked down to of Federal officials and organi- for
The yourself down at the beach. Northeast Florida.In .
Boy Scouts lantic
in Bradford coast. the beaches on Florida's At- zations, Including President The "
County are putting the final The Boy Scouts spent hours of lantic toast: within the next two Reagan" Bradford Scoutmaster The program Is working. the project used or unsold
touches on the hard work last project, called the The Christmas trees are staked
completion of a Saturday gath- weeks. Lee Hardenbrook
unique environmental program ering the trees from various "This annual project has been an earlier story commented In the Tele-In Northeast Restoration Florida Beach Dune along the high water level In the
in which old. Project Is held each dunes causing sand to be
discarded Christnearing pickup points they had estab- valuable.
recognized. as a graph. "We are happy to be able Janunrv along the hundreds of trapped rather than washed or

..,., (/ blown away during the"Northeasters"
which the
t.. scour
,.t1 beaches particularly severely
during the Winter months.
Scout Troops 675 from Hamp
v ton under the leadership of
Scoutmaster Hank Kyle and As-
sistant Scoutmaster Greg Marshall
t along with members of
eirt Troop 70 led by Scoutmaster
Bryan Green and Asst. Scoutmaster
Lee Hardenbrook, and
members of Troop 75 from
Lawtey under the direction of
Scoutmaster Leslie Becker and
+ Asst. Scoutmaster George
Konkel participated In the pro-

scouts were assisted In
Keystone Heights by Crls An-
derson of Clay Electric, coordi-
r nator of the effort there, along
with members of the Keystone
Heights Business Association.
Scouts from area troops had
helped the association In Its
annual "Christmas Walk" In De-
__ cember.
Idd "Without Mr. Anderson we
u +A'a' I ,fd 1 wouldn't have been able to have

the project here at all," Harden-
I Ij Y brook said. "He did a great Job."
rry 1 "4s "We had help here as well"An-
derson said, listing various civic
and church groups along with
local Girl Scout members who
had helped citizens transporttheir
trees to the pickup sites.
"I'm glad these trees are endingup
1 on the beaches of North
Florida instead In a dump
'& somewhere."
j* .-- 1 Keystone's Mosher's Towing
Service helped drive the trees to
Bradford County where the National
Guard will step Into the
project sometime within the
next two weeks.
Heave Ho...! The Guard will spring Into ac-
Boy Scout from Starke and Keystone Height put In long hour Saturday Hard Work Paying Off.. tion on "Operation Sand Dune",
loading a"bigger than expected"pile of cast out Christina tree which which These scouts participated In the Save Our Beaches Restoration Project by collecting. dlscareded Christmas. tree and Involving the entire 631st
rcaldenU have been bringing to>>various drop-off points around the two counties arranging< for the put three week ilnce the Christina holiday From left to right on the top row standing:Patrick Hurst,Jason Morin and Creg Marshall.On Camp Blandlng In which they
The tree are wed to bore up eroding beaches: on Florida'Atlantic coast top,seated:Cannel Thornton and Nathaniel Whitley. will use their heavy moving
which lose ton of sand each year from the ravage of briskly blowing In the middle standings Billy Kyle and Byron King. In the middle seated:Josh Brewer,Justin Jones,Mark King and equipment to take trees from
northeasterly......... Andrew Crew. Bradford County Mlddleburg
On too bottom standing Jason Greene,Judson Holt Bryan Creen.Lee Hardenbrook,Michael Becker and Hank and Orange Park to their even
I(yle.rnce .

See PA"Atln-..,,- -

ij I OJJQ k, 1 ., "; .SAVE as;Muclr s,$7p/)0ftt) : ;. 7' ARE YOU'PAYING: Your '

on your Home Mortgage Bank $3.00 back for every
General Adult Medical Care
Set "", Pediatrics and without dollar you borrowed?

x ImmunizationsOffice refinancing 95% of the average

by Joe Gissy t1 Gynecology and appraisals applications American Home Owners

The BCT Staff date Writer for an administrative i e:. : Preventive Family Planning Health Care and and cut years off the life are!!

County hearing to was determine improperly whether chosen Union as t Cancer Screening of your loan by learning You Don't Have To!

the site for a hazardous waste treat- the Bankers Secret
ment plant and Incinerator has been
week.set for May 22, it was learned this Our office is located behind --- Write to --- Write to -

The hearing will be in Jackson- THEMORTGAGE
Lake Butler : : THEMORTGAGE
ville,and is expected to continue for Hospital
about ten days. The hearing officer MINDER MINDER
Hand CenterPPC
will now be William Cave who will Surgery

has replace retired.Jose Diez-Agruelles, who Approved Hospital

Claims by the opposition group 850 East Main Street Lake Butler
Pollution) that "fatal flaws were Call 496-0092 for an appointmentBlue

made In the criteria used for siteselection" Cross/Blue Shield PPC and Health Option HMO Provider FORTUNE!
and further claims that
the selection was made on political WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
grounds rather than for environmental -
and geological reasons,has led to : -iERiFrIs
the granting of the administrative i
location This hearing in Union will County decide shall if standor the GaS This is a special limited time offer and may not be

if the selection and screening process price SPECIAL
will have to be repeated,to find, repeated Regular

Florida correctly for, the the plant.best location in LIMITED TIME OFFER $29.00. For a copy of THE

Serving North Florida Since 1941
MORTGAGE MINDER SYSTEM, send cash, checkor
A splinter organization of UCAP, money order to our agent listed below:
calling itself UCAN (United Chris- PROPANE GAS HOMEOWNERS
tian Action Now), and being led by
Sandra O'Briant-Johnson of Starke,

holds treatment that plant the should hazardous not be waste built SPECIAL!! THE MORTGAGE MINDER SYSTEM

anywhere.Let .
the manufacturers who Tommy Bennett
hazardous waste take .
generate the
care of their own wastes,on the site T : P.O. Box 535'
of the plant where it is generated,is FOR : WE WILL
the philosophy of UCAN. ONLY Glen St. Mary, H 32040
If each manufacturer is required
to dispose of their own wastes,manyof
them woii' ; >ti ways to produce WE WILL INSTALL A 120 GAL.PROPANE'. :

hazardous their produci waste..i put Having generatln a facUilty the TANK WITH 100 GAL. OF GAS All orders are promptly processed and shippedvia

for the ready disposal of hazardous (Up to 40 Feet of Material)
,wastes only serves to encourage hazardous the SAFETY INSPECTION OF YOUR ENTIRE GAS UPS, use home or business street address.
of more .
wastes generation says O'Briant-Johnson. SYSTEM INCLUDING!-ALL- APPLIANCES. AND Please type or print clearly.
Officials of the UCAP organizationtake GAS LINES'GUARANTEED .
the position that "we have to ', '
face the Issues at hand, then take LOWEST TANK INSTALLATION IN
care of whatever comes up in the NORTH FLORIDA ,: : HERE''S OUR UNIQUE
future.Also The Concerned Citizens of CALL TODAYFOR NAME t. "100-1" GUARANTEB.. Thepublisher ,

North Florida, a group recently ., absolutely guar-
\ formed' In the Melrose area, ALL YOUR PROPANE NEEDS ::,
primarily In opposition to the proposed COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL STREET 'r" } :, antees that II you purchaSed :
: environmental toll road corridor lands through in North sensitive a house within the last 15 i I

Florida and extension of the Florida ... GAINESVILLE, years and have ,a. mortgage '
Turnpike to Lebanon Station in Levy CITY balance 01 or,' ;
376-4677 $20,000 more
County/U also concerned about the (LP-GAS) "
hazardous waste situation, Lanier according 1511 NW 2nd St. TIm MORTGAGE,:MINDER i

and to Linda Kerry McGrail Dressier, officers Ray and OCALA ,STARKE I TOLL FREE STATE'ZIP will show you.how.to,save at :
I director of the organization. I I least 100 times the cost 01 our j I
", 'purgralp Is concerned about all 629-3733 964-7725 | 1-800-356-0634 .
the environmental Issues .In north PHONE system, or we' will' gladly'',
Florida," said Lanier,Jan. the, INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED refund your money.
meeting of UCAP Monday 9,at
: ,the Bradford County courthouse. 1,I


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.. "Porgy and Bess" Presented Here Jan. 21 I


.( Music from George Gershwin's "Strawberry Woman" is sung by lion, call 964-5382. supper from 2-7 p.m.: In the BHS
popular opera, "Porgy and Bess", Alice Hudson, a Starke Elementary The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary cafeteria prior to the Porgy and I
will be presented in concert at the teacher who has sung opera in will sponsor a chicken piiuu country: Cess concert In the auditorium
4'rII'.t10' BHS auditorium Saturday,Jan.21 at several productions. The leading
8 p.m. The performance is spon-- role of Porgy Is sung by Sam Stevenson ..
sored by Bradford Hospital and co- of the Charlotte, N.C. opera
presented by the Santa Fe Community company.The role of his wife Bess is
College Andrews Center. sung by Eliza Graham, assistant Fabric Sale250k50
The music, featuring such well. professor of music at the Universityof
loved songs as "Summertime", "I Florida,who has sung the role forten
Got Plenty of Nothing", and "It vpars. Off
Ain't Necessarily So" will be i icKets are on sale locally at$5 tor
presented by a national cast, In- the general public and $2 for % Regular
116 Tj K 1 rr cluding two principals who have students. They may be obtained Price
sung with the Metropolitan opera, from the Andrews Center, the Brad-
Feb. 1
Sale Prices Good
and a chorus of singers from the ford Hospital, Mitchell's Drug Store Through
Gainesville community The role of and Leila's. For further informa-
r Thread 8 spools for $1.00All

r-- Types of fabric & sewing
iriiy-a ti, --- -. .

:' tr' = notions, craft suppliesWe

d/'( ) al
y ,

Top Turnips... t'H 'N Do All Types of Alterations

Thee monster turnip were grown up In Ralford by Thelmn and Elbert
Thornton. ll.MMf- Restaurant (Hems Zippers Etc.)
The blggeat weighed over nine pound and measured 27 Inches In diameter. +
The Thornton told they did nothing< out of the ordinary to grow thee big i Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine Pinehurst &
turnip',but said they knew they had something special on their hand when r 1900 .N Tamp!. Slaifc, Florida 32091 Grocery VarietyOpen
they pulled them out of the ground.Project 787 Days A Week
Highway 1OO South Starke
For s.rvaion? or take out .ordtr* call!: 964.7681
"Sand Dune"from

page 78 CLOSED ON MONDAY! Due to emergency surgery,

tual destination Matanzas In- Tuesday Friday
and the Bradford County Fair
let near St. Augustine Association.The Lunch: 11 a.m. 2:30 p.m. the office of
The Scouts In the program scouts established pickup
Dinner 4:30 ill 9:30
(which is called S.O.A.R. for points at County dumpsltes In pm pm CECILIA A. BALDRIC M.D.
"Save Our American Beaches") Bradford County and at the Saturday: 4:30: pm ill 9:3O pm ,
have an added incentive Hard- public beach In Keystone Lunch Sunday 12 Noon ill 2:30
enbrook added, when they take Heights. They also worked out PEDIATRICIANPrimary
each year's new load of trees to an arrangement with city trash Dinner 4:30 pm til 9 pmLittle
beach. There they can see for pickup crews to collect the trees
themselves the positive results of city residents at curbside to Specialty:Newborns& Children ,
the program Is having. Dunes assist the program. Secondary Specialty:Adult Medicine '!
and beaches where the trees "The program really works,"
have been placed are holding Hardenbrook added. "We will be
tt Will Closed for the Monthof
their own or actually building up staking trees into the beaches Be
due to the effects of the trees. within the next few weeks.:" I
Trees from the previous yearsare January
almost completely burled,
actively forming new dunes and Please resume calling for
preventing more erosion.
Local scouts have participatedIn appointments on February 1
the program in the past but
expanded the scope of the pro- %% '

ject volved this with year county when and they city got officials In- Caesars Pizza 864 N.Temple Avenue,Suite A

In Starke and Keystone /r 964-3295 (Across from Pizza Hut)
Heights, the Department of En-
vironmental Regulation the firmer ii.'uic5ill oilrRast Otic low pti TFN.Bnttt
Bradford County Commission Bradford

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Bradford CountyThe 207 South Orange Street 9644957PAIN
Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and (Across from Winn Dixie)
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the week of Jan.20( through Jan. 964-3300
26 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230 CONTROL
SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, .
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, $2.00 OFF PARTS'PACK! &Arm
CR-221. and CR-100A INJURIES
in Bradford County. 4 Large Pizzas .Mid Back
Recognizing the danger presented With Cheese & 99 .Low Back&Leg Work Related
to the public by defective vehicle ORDER AFTER 9 + .Sport
equipment Troopers will concen- One Topping TaxExtra .Rational
trate their efforts on vehicles being 9':00 P.M. .Auto Accidents
Cheese Available At Additional Coat.Valid
operated with defects
such bad
brakes, worn tires and defective as Valid only with.Expire.coupon.2/O1/S9 Not valid T 200/90 w/any otheroffer. only with coupon..Not valid with any other offer.Expire .. DR. W. DAVID SIKES
lighting equipment. In addition, at- 2/01/89-T-271/72 '. DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
tention will be directed to drivers 'e CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
who would violate the driver license
laws of Florida. iidsl THE TEAM APPROACH
The Patrol has found these check-
points to be an effective means of en- LAW OFFICE OF CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED rr
forcing the 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS WEEK
equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while insur-
964-4937 24 HOUR BEEPER
ing the protection of all motorists. 310 S. Lawrence Blvd. -
Offico Hours'Mon! -Frl 30-6-00 P m Sat By Appointment
Union CountyThe Keystone 473-7256 Heights. FL 32656

Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
vehicle Inspection checkpoints during ANNOUNCING; Fruit Tree Sale
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796A CR-12S in,Union CR-231A County.Servicemen.CR-24A. and CR- 5 Attorneys & 2 Paralegals Now is the best time. of

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Work. Wills & Pn. ate. Social Security Disability.
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G. Labay,son of Marlon L.Labay of Misdemeanor Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law.
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Spain and Italy. Containers .995'Loaded
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OCALA NATIONAL FORESTi Wood.d 39,000 mil... $189 month for 28 mon 177 16 FT. FIBERGLASS' BOAT walk- gEjot

lots, river octets, $5450 Eoch. No ths. 1 _n.r. Must ._.. very sporty trailer.through w/s. 55 Evlnrude engine, with COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT. I TerwHieaar
money down $6S'41 monlhlv. Own.r 964.4099.4tchg 1/5-26 046 .1505. TFrw Downtown Starke. $200 monthly. Can
1-236-4579 or 16222438. I/7TF 117 NISSAN PICKUPi Ilk. now speed, tVINRUDE OUTBOARDSs new Evlnrude remodel to suit at negotiable price.
MIDDLE TENNESSEE 20 AC 27.000 miles Pay off $6900. outboards S trolling motors In box Phone 964-6305 John.
ocr. tracts
9642213. 1988 S 89 models .....INVESTORS.....
wooded 2tchg 1/12.19 dealer Invoice,
water. $390 torn with springs S running JUST TAKI OVER PAYMENTS 1983 100'% financing available GBM Sales, Hwy 301.SPACEi Starke.500 sq. ft. for rent on I WALDO 4 residential: ((1)) 100 amp service pole, ((1)) 200 amp service, septic -
per ocr. up. 10% Apply at Durrance I
down. Call after 7 p.m., 615-722-3812 Toyota PU. 39.000 mil... $189 per 1-800-344-2850 S days 8 am.5 p.m. Pump Supply 9647061. 8/2STF tank 18x24 shed 12x24 garage.
month fcan NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Ave. furnishedone
or 722-5607. IconANIMALS for 28 month. 1 own.r. 1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE Hwy 301 South Temple eight
9644099. Must see, very sporty 4tchg 10 HP EVINRUOE OUTBOARD, tank and across from Wal-Mart/KOA. $350 bedroom opts,, fully occupied with an excellent occupancy record. [
115-29 hose. $250. 964-8424. Itpd 1/12 month. 964-8848 eves 473-3627. Heating cooling unit In each apt. Selling price $147,500 with assumable mortgage
& PETS 1973 CHEVY PICKUPS 6 cyl.. stick SWB 12/8TF of 111708. 9 1/4% Interest rate. Paved parking lot.
FOR SALE runs good body rough. $550. 964.2382or LAND FOR SALE GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292'on water and extending ]
964.2966. Itpd 1/19 LOSTFOUNDLOST to Hwy 21. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,
FULL BLOODED RED FEMALE CHOW plus 1976 CORVETTE with T-tops. r.bullt 350 $65,000 each and on. 92.65' lot 48000.
accessories. $100 Flexible. 9644526. .. automatic trans.. AC PS. PB, 100 ACRESt six room house and barn. | CROSBY LAKE LOT Cleared 100 ft. on water Reduced$ 17,000 |
12/29TF PW. Rec.ntly poln"d- 6500 ".". Owner will finance. $2000/Acre. FEMALE COCKATIEL flew away .....HOMES.....
TWO FREE FEMALE 964.5812. TFc. Phone 964.7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF toward 100 SE on 1/15/89. Answers I I
KITTENS hall-grown. to N.W. 65th AVENUE BR. 1 ba 5 acres $ 73,000
964-507.ltchg 1/19 1976 CHEVY IMPALAt 350 engine. runs, FIVE for ACRES CLEARED 15000. Excellent "Tweelie". If found please call FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235. 15 minutes from Starke, 3
good body. In farming. ((904)) 261-0032. 2tpd 964 8515
condition. after
CHINESE PEKINESE very good 4 p.m. Itpd 1/19
II months old has Very nice $600. 1/19-26 BR/1 Ba 70-yr-old home, CH8A 6 stall barn pole barn tool shed utility
car. 964-6705.ltpd 1/19 SET OF KEYS
had all shots, rsddish tan mole, $150. 1979 THUNDERBIRDi SHORT ON CASH" FOUND Keychaln ha. building. training track I $160.000
great shape Interior Down PaymentLand 'Bless this cor' emblem.
9645054. Itchg 1/19 S exterior. $850. Call 9644308. I II! I Acre and up. Some with large Telegraph office. 135 W. Claim Call at | GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s f. home, 4 BR 3 full baths S two
2tchg 1/19.26 oaks permitting UNDERGROUND (No STarke. 2t 1/19.25 St. % baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2'acres with sprinkler system sunbathing
1911 DATSON KING CAB 4x4 good con Mound) Septic Tanks! I GENERAL MOTORS KEYS on Edwards I decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
dition. $2,000 or best off.r. 782-3768 RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 Road near armory. 964..S07. Itpd 1/19 ASSUMABLE MTG. Let u. show this to you today!
.v... Itpd 1/19 [ AFFORDABLE AT $53.000 1023 E. Call St.. 3BR I'/. bath CHSA cable ready
1970 FORD RANGER 460 engine. chrom. stove, refrlg.. 1596 ..f.. approx. Vt acre lot.
wheats, mud ttr.s. now paint. $2,000 LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS. 'PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT, Keystone, beautiful I
080.782-3562. Itpd 1/19 PERSONAL SERVICESWANT WANTED Spanish-style' home,3450 s.f.. 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2'/ ba formal I
197S CHEW VEOAi 350 engine, runs LR fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool ceiling fans, 2 I
good Turbo 350 trans (trans needs TO DRINK, WANTEDi PROPERTY car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtg. $135,0001
work RENO
eves.)Itpd$500 1/19 or best off.r. 782.3768 THAT S YOUR BUSINESS Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Storke AREAl. KEYSTONE HTSI Spacious, quiet country living 3 BR 2 Ba. Ig. FR, klt/DR combo
1979 FORD WANT TO STOP Fla. 32091. 4/7TF 2000 s f.. CHSA. city water 2 septic tanks exc. condition. $ 60,0001
radio. $500 MUSTANG OBO. Call: V6 auto AM/FM THAT'S OURS I WANTED-OLD CARS S TRUCKSi running STYLISH BRICK HOME 601 Falrlane St.. 3 BR, 2 Ba, carpet ceramic tile, CHSA [
964-8728 after 5
p.m. Itchg 1/19-26 Alcoholics Anonymous or not. I'll haul it away. Cash paid. Also appliances and bllndH.maln. 1,364 s f. $ 62.0001
1985 DODGE RAM DSOl 5 '...-..150 or 9648614pd for tools and old muscle cars Call 1121 NEIL COURT: 3 BR 1 Ba, carport OWNER FINANCING) $ 33,0001
speed air
e e ditioner radio pickup truck. con thru 3/30 964-8175 473-7473 4tchg 1/12-2/2 207 ALVAREZ CTl 2 BR 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard Reduced to $ 17,0001
OBO. Call 431-1461 after $2,000 CHAIN LINK FENCES Installed. Free $100 OR MORE PAID for old Bye-lo Doll. N.W. 29th AVE 4 BR.2 ba stucco S frame 20.7 acres, CHSA $ 79.4001
irEverything 1/19 4.30. Itpd estimates. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.. High prices for old dolls, toys, dishes, BETHEL CHURCH RD 3 BR. 1 ba CB wood floors 1183 s.f., 5 acres S 60,000]
Owner Tommy Red l.h. 964.8559 TF furniture, clocks. estates, CO"ERLYESTATESI3BR. 2 ba FP. 1800 s.f., easy financing $ 82.0001
BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour. 12059622302. Bowland. Box 33644. CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cablri 98 ft. on water 1 BR/1 Ba. $ 90,0001
HOMES 782-3306. If no answer 782-3954 leave Lillian Al. 36549. fcanNOTICE HWY.223i 2/1 frame, stall barn newly rewired 2 Ac. $ 32.5001

FOR SALE name and number. 8/25TF KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR. 1 Ba 1500 s f., wood frame $ 50.0001
WELL DRILLING. PUMPS SERVICE Our- BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ .....000
Must Go! ranee Pump S Supply Co., WaterSystems MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.23 acres, 3/1 CB CHSA so near $ 40,0001
Specialists, 864 N. Temple
Plows Cultivators. Post Ave. US 301, Starke. Fl 32091. 9/8TF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
Hole SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME to the Bradford County
Diggers 3 Pt. Lift Fork. Day week
Elevator. Gaston Bale long term stay. 468-2619. 11/17TF Telegraph office In writing and paid In .....COMMERCIAL.....
FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN-Wlth :3 SEWING MACHINES All makes S models advance unless credit Is already 391 NORTH 1.5 ocr... MH hookup 2 bldg.,240'on 301 Reduced to $ 28,000
Mover Spreaders. Boxes Bedroom 2 Bath from., only 35000. cleaned oiled adjusted $15. 19 years established with this office WOULD YOU LIKE TO Bun the grocery business? Call for details!
experience. .
guaranteed.Hwy. LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prim.acres 301 S., Reduced to $85,000
.Trimmers. Mis. L&G. PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR from. homeon 233 8 16 (Morgan Rd.). House CLASSIFIEDS RESPONSIBLE WHEN AD FOR IS MISTAKES TAKEN IN LOCATION. LOCATION This prime comm.rclollocollan 507 W. Madison St.
Sprayers Trailers. Wagons 2 acres. Remodeled new carpet, calls. 964-8733 11/1 OTF THE TELEPHONE. OVER SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great two story building Enterprise Zone $ 60.000
fireplace screened
Mowers. J.D. Grain Drill $39.500. 9645606.15TFCHRISTIAN Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON 301 SOUTH: 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 85.000 I

J.D. Bedder. J.D. Power Unit. RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 WOMAN will do resident prior to Thursday publication. THOMPSON ST 11,362 s f.. brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits S 80.000 I
Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY 301 NORTH by EconoLodge 165.01'OO.301 $120,000 [
Office) LARGE THREE BEDROOM, 1 Vt baths, cement housekeeping. 9643730. 2tchg 1/12-18
Equipment & block house In Starke, AC, CH, 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display 301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 220' $123,000 |

Furniture. N.H. Feed fireplace. 10% down. 33600. K S K CLEANING SERVICE. Commercialand placement Is NOT Guaranteed. RENTAL ON CALL STREET I
Grinder Case 580 Backhoe. 1-726-7651 after 5 p.m. 12/22TF Minimum charge for classified ads Is
business, personal services. Call for Lot Listings
15 words for
$3.50 then 15 cents for
In Butter 2 BR
on. ,
Tedders. Autos 81 References available
Mlgras 9644908. 8/18
each word thereafter $1 billing chargewill
onn. 1 BR. 964-8445. 12/29-1/19
Rollback 82 Ford Pickup. NO QUALIFYING 10% fixed. Brick 3 BR, EOW be added to each CHARGED After Hours

'82 Isuzu: Rolling Irrigation 2 ba LR, DR den open kitchen CHBA classified ad. Ann Terwll I.gar Nelson . . . . . . 473-7541

System. N.H. Forge Head. 1 acre. $82,000 flexible terms. _i John Longford Matter Appraiser . . . . "".2291

rtN-tI. 275 Baler;;-A/C 912 20 964-5254.ACRE FARM 4tchg larg.1/12.2/2 house, large barn Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 94-3160 |

.... .,H-"-0: -stll90. Case using for cows now. No collect calls ac- JorTlo'ntol'1. . \.. . . . .,.. ...;.:,9M23

. '1O9obcatorrr '" f'O'MTeptaV96-5O09rlfthg'1/19 t, ,, : Debra Connaughron . . ...<.... . ... . . .''''.2833
oo ," 82 ei. N.H. BY OWNER 3 BR, 1 bath house on Rd. I c
100-A, (Griff Loop). On 1 ocr., front ;H t
Square Baler Dewese 300 and back porch carpet throughout 1

gal. Tank. All Shop Tools.Gainesville stove, refrlg.. dishwasher. Window air
units Utility with washer/dryer hook. 964-4522
up. $ 7.950. Call after 6 p.m.. JSTARKE. Evtninit *' Wtskenels:
964-4430. 964-8970 9648705. TFo| FLDvid I
j I IIi t. Pod t .MSA CM' -
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E 607 Bradford Court in Starke
't 6p IDlck r* Applications for Immediate occupancy are being acceptedon

1 ,. REALTOR) 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

I Ra plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.
I'.l* V< 'Mr fut)[ fv i\i.: .. ..-. U1 'K.I Ij' Mi Rental Information and applications are available at the

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A Few of Our Many Listings

COUNTRV LIVING AT ITS BEST over 2400 s.i., C &A. 5 acres on paved road. Too '.
many extras to mention. Call for Information. 125000.

f 'BEAUTIFUL MICK, 3/2 family room w/fireplace. 1 acre, West 16. qualified. applicants ,with one years lease.
*:24 ACM FARM that has It all-fish pond. Improved pasture,.beautiful oaks Occupying by January
barns, cross-fenced water In all pastures, 2 mobile homes.
*CB i/2l CHSA. range S ref., only 38500.

HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Craft 8 Gift Shop: Crafts, craft supplies, and gifts. Call 964-6216 Equal
COMMERCIAL CORNER LOTi Hwy. 16 E & Cherry St. 25000. @ Housing

COUNTRY CLUB AREAS Building Lots fropm $6500. Owner financing. Mon.-FrL 9-5:3O p.m. OpportunityAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
FRAME HOME ON MORGAN ROAD excellent 2 acres with pecan trees.
'LEASI-rURCHASI In Starke, 31i CB only 34000.
o m. OVER SOD ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting.
1 mile to Country Club 2 miles to Starke. Only $1500 per acre.
Susan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB President *13 ACRES HIGH DRVt pecan trees, well S septic 29000. (Free M.H.)
EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR (COUNTRY CLUBS Brick over 1900 s.f.. formal living 8 dining room Acceleratediealtrt.

ERA Faulkner Inc. family room rec room or extra bedroom. 2'/i baths.
Realty, CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUBi Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.f.. 100x300 lot. 56000.
CROSBY LAKE CANAL) 100x192. wooded lot. mobile home approved.
Lbcated JiwV.301 ,2 blks. S. of SR 100, 221 W. Lafayette St. ."IN STARKIi 3/1 frame good condition $22.500.
"37 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees. Fleetwood doublewlde. 964-4544
*BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM-MADE DOUBLEWIDI on t.n acres, Morgan Rd.DALEWOODt WOULD YOU BELIEVE 65 plus acres for only $1500 per acre. Fronts hwy.
3 >R, 2 Bo, home close to schools! cathedral celling. :1ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDE on 40 acres, good land. 85000. ,
I HAMPTON LAKE waterfront lots, one with dock. ';"BRICK 4 BR, 1V4 bo. Raiford area on three acres [ -' I
*HAMPTON OAKS approx. 2400 s.f.. fireplace, spacious kitchen with stove, POULTRY FARM RESIDENCEi pullet farm fully equipped on 8 acres, Starke. Hwy. 301 S. I.a
I refr.. DW on beautiful wooded lot. ,*LANDs M ACRES on paved road nice property owner financing. IIWl SMIIM, Starke Fl.
*FIVI ACRES with large frame home, owner financing available. NEAT S CLEANi large Bedroom. Ig. bath, new kitchen cabinets, only 15500. REALTOR
+TWO LOTS IN TOWN $3,100 each. HAMPTON OAKSi Beautiful brick home on 1.58 ocr... 2300 ...f.Call / Home V1'Lots / / Waterfront
CRYSTAL LAKE level home, spacious rooms, (acuzxl, fireplace, satellite Acreage I .
dish price reduced. r Us About I Farms I Commercial r
*INVESTMENT PROPERTY with r.ntallncom., 11 acres zoned RSFMH.
*MIMOSA DRIVE:3 BR 2 ba, formal living room and dining area, 130x154 lot, LAKE LOTS HOMES 'ACREAGE
beautiful Inground pool nice landscaping 2295 .f. I BUILDING LOTS COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES I
HORSE LOVERS DELIGHT 3 stall barn pasture 3 BR, 2 Ba hou... We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings FISH ALL YEAR ROUND 3 BR/2S1/2BA Two-Story Log Home on Water
*I RUN KENNEL with groom room. Custom home on 5 ocr... I CHJA, Stove. Refrl B Dishwasher 3000 SF. Large Enclosed Garage Well B

*THRU BEDROOM 2 bath brick with carport 45000. .. .. Septic Large Lot. '
*FIXER UPPER on six nice acres. ----- PEACE t QUIET 2 BR/2BA CB Home Large LMng-Dining Room Family

*HWY. 323 Nice 1 1124 s.f. 3 BR, 2 ba brick veneer on acre with beautiful oak. Room Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook. CHSA. Enclosed Garage. Well Septic.
trees $43,000.WALDO MATHEWS 'REALTYm 3 Acres.
: 3 BR, 2 ba, CB home, 1848 s.f., many extras, Ig. screen porch DO YOU NEED A SMALL HOUSE Move this 2 BR/1BA Frame In Good- -Condition -
|ocunl.. fireplace fenced yard 1'A approx. acres with several I pecan trees S @ I r= : :1i to a New Location. Has Stove S Refrl. 5700.
small 2 BR I ba home on lot. Can be bought together or separate. ltMlhl 964-4469 ttl lQt : IN THE CITY 2 BR/f IA Frame Home, AC. Space Heater large Screened

.EVERGREEN ST 3 BR. 2 ba, stucco 1452 s.f.. fireplace S fenced backyard I When i tiling red estate. why "ttje| far tolling the whole cowl wh.n you can ten the whosuwofl' I Porch 112x310 lot 29700. -
utility building. Assumable mtg.HWV. I LAWTEY > 4 BR/18A Frame, Large living I Dining Rooms, Porches all.
IB Between Graham Breaker, l'/4 acre, 1732 s.f.. CI home many MOBILE HOMES Cltyi one acre on Laura St., room tor around 100x420 Lot w/Shade Tr_. City Water Septic Tank. ,
: extras. Chain link fenced yard open. born. Assumable mtg.. good country IIv. 1917 Concord 3 BR. 2Vi bo has. exseveral residential' '.'ACRES OF PRIVACY 2 BR/1 BA Mobile Home Good Condition W.II.
ing. tra lot with wood frame house, city Clryi 1.38 Ac., great office location. J Septic.
. .CORNER LOT 1530 s.f. CB. has carport, fireplace, only $39.500. utilities Cltyi SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential WANT TO REMODEL A HOME large Two-Story 3 BR/2BA Cal Frame,.
*PRICE REDUCED TO $19.900 Orange St.. 3 BR, I bo. 173 New Moon 12x60. with approx. commercial development area I large!: }LIvlng-Dlnlnfl Rooms w/Flreploce.: large Lot.: ,
PRICE REDUCED doublewlde on approx. 2 acres, Hwy. 301 5.$21,500. i 10 ocr... North of Lawtey. 105th Ave. HOMES.ACUAOI } SELECTED PROPERTIES
Westward Drive, nice stone fireplace, 3 BR, 2 ba. e9M Fleetwood! (2x2t. 3 BR, 2 Ba.CHSA .
*110 SQ.FT. on Small down
1 Bedford Lake. .Oelger ...., 2100 s.f. brick veneer, I*f ACRES Power pole S well. Owner financing. payment.
acre near
HOMES approx. 10 acres, 4 BR 2 Ba, CHSA '117 ACRES Two-Story Bldg w/llvlng Area Upstairs 6400 SP, Hwy 301N.
RENTALS I clrvwot.r. gas, front porch with swIng > M ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Slove B Refrl. 2 Wells. Septic Planted
.1.. furnished opt. In Lawtey $IBO. I Two BE. 1 BA, nlc'-Iot. 13000. '
... $460.r Southgetei 3 BR, 2 Ba. CHSA.Brich attchmt. sunken living room, i Pines.
*I ... S In town s Owner Good Terms. Breaker. ,
with brick ACRES Will Divide. Financing .
VeneerJ 3 BR. 2 Ba CHSA.' family room Ig. fireplace, 48
Call One of Our Professionally Two Story Houses nice, formal dining room central vac 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove, Well R Septic, Owner Financing.
0 Good Commercial Location, Hwy. 16W.
remodeled, recently alnted. Zoned system new carpet. Price reduc..." I ACRES ,
Trained Today..964-5O69' ; B-2. Owner Anxious. Owner anxious to 5.111LAND I ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.
f Union Ctyi 135 acre, 2700 sq.ft. I ACRE Hwy. 301 South.
".... 100 At Two 6.77 acre parcels.' brick home. I ONE-HALF' ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.
Hours Call These Realtor Associates: LAM OfMVA Large lot 100 ft. on Water
After ON Ml N. wooded '.50 ocr., with BUILDING LOU
...lr m. ... Paulkn.'U.514 'I I 1 well S septic tank. Little ...... Sente Pet 100x160 ft. lot. LAKE LOTS Crosby Sampson Northeast Owner Section Financing.of
DVTMMM Codwlll..... -2503 i lewteyi IB acre with 600 ft. Hwy. new septic tank approved for well, LARGE ARIA

/ .. t I 123 fron,.. power source to lot. S ".W YOUR MIND IS CW REAL ESTATE OR THINGS RELATED i

'v .I I Ito Bob. Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan. Associate. I MAKI YOUR NEXT rror ACClUItATED. 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'

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SATURDAY JAN. ill Christmas decoration 1 BR COTTAGE near library furnished FRIDAY SATURDAY Jon. 20 a 21, TO 10 ACRES with large concrete
*, household Items, onion sets. Mlic. Items tools clothing baby FRUIT PLANTS at Martins Fruit Farm Ft.
AC. $240 mo. lake privileges. barns.Also, new doublewlde on 1 acre
Take 16 toward prison Ml on 213. to YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE 4734961. 1/5 Items washer dryer much more 9 White BARE ROOT Apples, peaches,
tlnchg or larger In Call 496-3939,
NW 65th Ave dirt road. 1/19 STORE CHOOSE FROM Jean/sport country. nectarines plums and
? right on WHITE SANDS until 6747 Deer Spring Rd. Mchg 119REED'S pears fig. $3.
LAKE 2 BR/1 BA furnished
days. 4541595.
THURSDAY ladles, men's, childrenmaternity evenings tfn/chg.
FRIDAY 11920. 527 N. swear SERVICE CENTER Saturday Jan. CONTAINER GROWN Apples and
Cherry St. behind but nation Large large sizes, petite, $295 cottage month, A/C. clean $200 deposit. 21 from IOa.m.-2 p.m. Itchg 1/19 1/19 pears. $6. Blueberries and grapes $3.
a 249-7884. 1/12.2/5
toaster oven; Infant children and adult dancewear/aeroblc bridal lingerie or 2 MOBILE 4tchg HUGE YARD SALI 1 mils east of red 7 ACRES NEAR SANTA FE RIVERa OPEN Man.-Sat, Closed Sundays
cloth., white uniform, much more. accessories store. Add color analysis. Lake Rent HOMES with option- on to Deer buy. No Springs light In Keystone on Hwy 100. Thursday beautiful wood., 1000' road frontage, 4972621. 1/5 4tpd. 1/26
Itpd 1/19 Brand names: lie Claiborne Healthtex pets.
from 85.
8 Itchg
4732252. Friday' Saturday owner financing. Jane Usher Realtor,
IN Chaus, Lee, St. Michele, Itpd 1/19
LAWTEYi SR 225 to 25th St. at stop For.n.a.Bugl. 1/19
FURNISHED 360 W. Main St.. Lake Butler, 496.2126 HELP WANTED
sign turn right. Look for sign Thuri, Boy L.vl.) Camp Beverly Hills, on Lake or 4962903. Itr.hcj: 1/19
Fri. & Sot. All .1.. clothes, baby swing Organically Grown Lucia over 2000 Geneva 2 bedrooms, no children no
and crib sheets, miscellaneous items. others. Or $13.99 one price designer, p.'.. $250 month plus first and last. NOTICE MEDICAL HELP WANTED Lake City
Call 479-1129. Alderman Road off 214.
Itpd 119SATURDAV. multi-tier pricing discount
or family Medical Center has opening for RN'swith
JAN. 21i 9 a.m..3 p.m. shoe store. Retail prices, unbelievablefor Itpd 1/19 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted NOTICECLASSIFIED OR and/or recovery room ex
ONE BEDROOM HOUSE on lake large to the lake Region Monitor office -
ladies clothes (petite), shoes, mens top quality shoes normally priced
perience. -pool. Monday-Friday.
deck small ,
screened porch A/C ceding In writing and paid In advance
clothes from $19 to$60. Over 250
coffeemoker, Iron 8 board, brands 2600styles
Contact Linda
Salary negotiable.
fans. $275 month plus utilities. SIOOd.po.lt. unless credit is already established ADVERTISING should be submitted .
18x48 pool 8 answering $18,900 to $29,900: Inventory
pump Adults only. No pets 473-7259 with this office.MONITOR to the Union County Times office Morgan at 752-2922 ext. 304. Equal
machine, typewriter, mink jacket, training fixtures, airfare, grand
op.n.Ing. 4732530. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD In and Opportunity Employer. 1/12 3tchg.
or Itpd 1/19 writing paid In advance
books A NE Can
more Toke Beisent Rd. to etc. open 15 day. Mr.
HOUSE FOR RENT lake Geneva 2 BR 1 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN unless credit I.I already establishedwith 1/26
10th St.. left 1 block to NE 4th Ave., Loughlin ((612)) 888-4223. Itpd 1/19 NEED BABYSITTER Different hour. Twochlldr.n.
BA furnished, close In, excellent con CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER this office
right. Third brick house on right. 1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunal-
on. 21/2 and 2 months.No .
dition. 4732455.
9648232. Itpd 1/19 WOLFF beds. SlenderQuestPassive
Exercisers tanning Call for FREE color 2 BR CONDO CH/A. garbage disposal Classified deadline Is II::00 a.m.Tuesday RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN .weekends. Call 496.2387, alter 9p.m. I
PERSONALS catalogue. Save to 50% attic utility room dishwasher. Midway prior to Thursday publication. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Itchg. 1/19
1.800.835.3826.fcan Keystone/Melrose. 4752427. 2tpd Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3.50. THE TELEPHONE. STUDENT EXCHANGE
I 1/19-26 then 11 cents for each word thereafter Classified deadline; Is MONDAY 5 ORGANIZATION seeks mature Individual .
TWO P.M., prior to Thursday publication
new route/your Excellent
area. earnings for
t Statewide service on First and Second high school students. Good supplemental
on Investment of 860044600. baths, attached garage with washer Adryer SERVICES Minimum charge I 15 words for$3.50
mortgage loans SS,000-$750.000. Homeowners hookup. Stove, refrlg., then 15 cents for each word thereafter Income. Call 1-384-5464.
I Complete setup and training. With
for debt 1/194tpd. 2/9
use your equity consolidation and
locations. 600-462-3727. fcan dishwasher furnished, across from SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled
home improvements and AMAZING OPPORTUNITY $4,794 Elem. School. 473.3681 1/5TF adjust tension In your horn. Special
( Slow credit accepted.Fast returnon
all brands. Workguaranteed. FOR RENT
r.urcha.e. 1495. Repair
$395. Sell travel memberships,
on rural urban TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSEl 4737862. 1/5 tfnchg
I property. Please call Jacksonville customers 50% at Hilton Hotels, Best across from LBMS. $225 monthly. ft HANDYMAN SERVICE .
448-0044 Toll Free 1.800.825.0250. Westerns, Holiday Inn., Car Rentals, Available 12/19. For Info call 964.8602 available. Can't or don't want to do It? MINI STORAGE 5x5 $15 5x10 $20; A FACT Pecan trees bare better
1000 cruises and
Licensed Mortgage Brokerage 18006346526. fcon airlines. after 6 p.m. (mm Call 473.2042 alter 5 p.m. Itpd 1/19 10x10. $30 per month, plu. $20deposit. without moss. Call 454-2870 between
Drive, Call 496-3939
Business, 6821 Southpoint or 462-3068.
TWO COMPLETE INDOOR TANNING 6 and 9 p.m., for free estimate. 1/19
Jacksonville Fl. 32216. fcan FLOORS SAGGING tfnchg. 12/22
A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: SALONS for sole: together or separata. FOR SALE HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call TWO BEDROOM 12x73 and 3 bedroom 1 4tpd. 2/2
I Australian. European Scandinavian 17 machines, great 'locations, college LoRue Leveling Service for all your 1/2 bath. Raiford area. $173.: plus
High school Exchange Students arriving town. $39.000-549,000 or $75.000 for PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsibleparty foundation repairs. Keystone, deposits. HUD reclpl.nts welcome.Call .
in August. Become a host family for both. Gainesville, 904-372-8786 Jay to take on small monthly 473.7721.7/9TF 431-1714 after 4:30: p.m., keep
American Intercultural Student Ex Fogle. fcan payments on piano. See locally Call PAINTING INSIDE ft OUT pressure trying. tfnchg. 12/29 NOW HIRING
change. Call 1-800-SIBLING. fcan Manager at 800-635-7611 anytime.3tpd washing mobile homes, brick ft block. $520 MONTH
ENJOY THE GOOD LIFE AT HALF PRICE. 1/5.19 Call 473-2835. TLC Painting. 4tchg TWO BEDROOM 1 bath CB home CH8A,
Save 50% on hotels, resorts, condos, r 17 FT. MOHAWK CANOE' Fiberglos. 1/19.2/9 stove, ret., dishwasher. Jane S. Usher TO START
all year. Hotel express books work t q Great boat for enjoyable family Realtor 360 W. Main St.. Lake Butler Evenings 6-10 p.m. New local
I hard saving you big money outing. Good condition. $150. Call 496.2126 or 4962903. Itchg 1/19 appliance company has several
3059723472. icon 473.3756 after 6 p.m. 11= tfprhg MISCELLANEOUSNEED poaillone open for full and part-time
CASH FOR YOUR MORTGAGE If you BROWN KELVINATOR side by side help. We offer excellent starting pay,
receive payments on a mortgage or refrigerator frost free, good condition CASH FAST? We pay'cash for furniture good working conditions and a chance
contract for deed call us for discounted $225 OBO. 1-659-2779. 3tchg jewelry glassware, tools, for career opportunities. Must be high
cash offer Call toll free Ants can be frozen for long periods 1I I2.26 household Items& just about anything. school graduate have car and neat
1.800.345.9316. 6tpd 1/19-2/23 without harm. Many spend the win- WARD'S MORTAR concrete mixer with Give us a call at 473-2183 or come by appearance. No experience necessary.
SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER: Advice on ter inside logs and stumps coated 1 HP electric Dalton, good condition Tuesday-Saturday 10-5. Pack Rat Hwy Subscribe I Will Train. For Interview, call
all problems of life, love, business with ice crystals. $175 OBO. 1.659.2779.3tchg 1/12.26 100, Keystone Heights. 1/5 tfnchg Wednesday.between Thursday 1 &6 p.m.and Friday
Call 7829802. Itpd 1/19
1-80O-94O-OOO6 or 0642979STARKE

GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (studio) PAID for reading booksl $100 per 1961 RED CADILLAC Convertible. All
title. Write: PASEJ1743, 161 S. Line original mechanical and Interior. For
INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG & GLORIA BRYANT colnway, N. Aurora, IL 60542. 4tpd more Information call 473-2042 after 3

HEALTH MAINTENANCE AIDE Part-time 1916 FIERO Must sell $7500. 4730247.

Call 964-8120 homemaker needed Hourly wage plus 2tpd 1/12.19
Tues.-Fri. 11-7 e Sun.-Mon. 1O-2 mileage. Must be certified nurses aide. 197 CHEVROLET BLAZER loaded with tq RADIATOR &

Contact Clay County Council on Aging. Tahoe package. Must sell 4730247. d TRANSMISSION.. INC.
473-2112 Ext. 540. EOE2tchg 1/12.19 2tpd 1/12-19
COSMETOLOGIST ASSISTANT needed '(7 CHEVY CORSICA Like brand new. heater &" Radiator KcpiUt

Bradford Properties Wages plus benefits. Call for more In- low mileage, silver with burgandy interior Specialist

: m formation. 475-2211. 2tchg 1/19-26 loaded. Asking$8500 OBO. Call J.k..auu-Core*, WuU-r Pumpa s Parts
: GENERAL LOT WORK on fast growing 377.4321 or evenings 4737255. Ask for
&, Investments, Inc., :. mobile home sales lot. Must havedrlv.n Candy. Itpd 1/19 I (FREE Cooling II
192 HONDA 400CM motorcycle, like
license, good attitude, take
new, always kept Inside windshield .. System Inspection)
pride In their work. Apply In person
,((964-7630 J Suzanne Kitchens, Broker ,: Mr. White Traditional Homes, Hwy 21 accessory rack, buddy seat only 6500 IW rU:. In Tuwu T Yd 'J

N., Keystone Heights Itchg 1/19 miles. $1000. 473-4366. Itpd 1/19 Corner 064-SfllO_ 001*SR is I

Lease Now -- Buv Later
'a' 3/2 BRiCK 5 acres. $2000 down. $400/mo. .?,, PERSONAL u'I' .V_ ''v. a v o J l ..tnuo59r

2/1 ULOCK. 1 acre. $1500 down $450/mo. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I I. Dole G. FOR SALE OR RENT lake Hutchinson sr .r

2/1 FRAME. In town. $1000 down. $375/mo. Stark Sr., will not be responsible for Keystone Heights. 3 BR. 3 BA living .
debts Incurred by anyone other than room overlooks lake. Office,
Waterfront Properties myself after December 31, 1988. 4tpd workshop, garage kitchen ha. all appliances MONNA NUGENT

Lake beach front. 2 home. 1/5.26 washer ft dryer In utility eu Realtor-A8aoc.
Santa Fe 80'
: sandy story room. Rent purchase $683
or per 1025 N. MaID 8t.
Hampton Lake Front: Cedar home. 2 car garage on 1.7 Ac. month.Available Feb. 1989. Brian Gor m High Spring., FLU

Waterfront Building Lots Available: $15,000 & up on man 406.587.6357.9tpd 12/1-1/26 BOB WHITE 32643
BIG LAKE SANTA FE 100 ft. waterfront
and Lakes.
Crosby Sampson REALTY
2 BR, 1 BA hou., guest cottage, fenced REALTOR 24Hr. Service

WAREHOUSE In town only 15000. Owner Financing. AFFORDABLII; yard dock sandy beach swimmingarea
oaks and beautiful
giant sunsets.
RETAIL SHOP In town good shape. 45000. $125.000. 475.1617.2tchg 1/19.26 Office: ((904)) 454-S0LD ((76153) Bob WhIte

T.H.E..ADortments OPEN HOUSE Sat.. Jan. 21, 10-3 and Home: (904)) 964-4833 454-3675
C ASSOCIATES: J Sun., Jan. 2215. Brick 3 bedrooms, 2

Clarke Stephens e Lane Londo e Steve Ripley 922 Eo Brownlee St. baths, great room huge deck, modern Moving to or from Gainesville? Let us help With our Multiple
Camp BlandingRd.Stae kitchen ceiling In every room lot. of
Listing Service. We have access to hundreds listings at our
extras. 78000. 4737568. 360
,Fl.32091 Nightingale St. Itpd 1/19 13ngerUps. Just look at some of these great deals. Call us for

more detal1s.
3 BR. 1 BA on large 2 BR. 1 BA 2.35 Acree

City lot. Fenced Comer' 'on the
family $24.900 Lot Suwannee River

oriented, with I_ .R. V. DURRANCE 2/3 Remodeled, $36.900 $15.900
Sale Open To The General Public -

SATURDAY JANUARY 21 laundryplayground' PUMP &SUPPLY

11 A.M. EJ \ Now Leasing

I-75 a Exit 69 SR 40 .JW'S'NO Well Drilling

OCALA, FLORIDARAIN S.e.Low B.Income Housing Rotary V to 6" Forest Park Apartments

I ( ,.
Rent for 30' of Your
An apartment complex designed for moderate .''-;
C 20 NEW DOUBLEWIDES Income If you Oualiy \ Pumps Income facilles. No rental assistance avalJa ":.
Attractive 1 & 2 OR/1 UA apts., range, r;
10 NEW SINGLEWIDES All f..lz refrigerator, carpet central heat& air, patio
e 40 PREOWNED HOMES sewer&garbage. Rent
No Down Payment $185-$22minimum. Two complete
Absolute Auction No Minimum Price I If handicapped apartment' avlalable. ,

All Homes Sold To The Highest Bidder Hsndl-House C&C Mini-Storage ) For Information AppUcattons .... ..... :. ..

OPEN HOUSE Forest Park Apartment s 775 NE 1st Street,Lake Butler.Fl 33OS4

Saturday. January 14 'til Sale Day Garages 964-8848" (904)4904432 B.H.O.

10 a.m. 5 p.m. Greenhouses
TERMS: $2.000 in cash or certified lundj lor each unit' Storage Bldgs.
purchased Balance due by Tuesday.January 24 at.S P M Your Plumbing Ports BUTLER
or buyer may pay In lull on day ol sale All titles "will" be 3O1 S.Across LAKE flPflHTlllEnTS,
available on sale day for cash buyers Announcements
made at. sale lake precedence over all other information," From. 964.7061'fI64 Now taking application for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units.Thai*all-
KOA?' electric unit are spacious with lots of choset space and all/ have

Call Auction Companyfor vValmart ? N..Tempi Ave.. Stark wall-to-wall carpet drape, and kitchen appliances. On-litelaundry
illustrated brochure or information. facilities., Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.For '

r Auction By: FLA. LIC. #AB 325 Night ft Weekends I757'

application and Information,
IRON HORSE AUCTION COMPANY -Iii '"- Please see us at 13"

109 West Franklin Street __. I 1005 SW 6th Street

Rocklngham. N.C. 28379 Lake Butter Fl 32054: -...
((919)) 997.2248 or Col 496-3141 o".eu....,


Accepting Applications for :FOR: :Slt'Lg ,BY ','i WN; .R :

j SMflLlq'r 2 & 3 BRApartments Starting at.$195 '. ', .- ., '

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

e New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham.$40.OOO

e 200 Acres TTicres8O.lOOO acre' .
1530 W. Madision Street EQUAL
In I HOUSING e Beautiful lake tats! On paved road In Hawthorne $25,000; and Up

Starke 964-6312 OPPORTUNITY- e Building Lot In Smokerlse Subdtvlalon.....Keystone $5,000

Elixson Wood Products, Inc. Mon..Frt.5 PM e 2 Lots and Mobile Home..Keystone...r, $22.500

2.000 SQ. Ft. Home on) 21/2 Ac.. Rent or Sale $400/Mo .

Cypress Mulch Pine Bark -- 'POSAE': : ;; e FORRENT 2 Homes 2 miles. north 01.Starke. .3 BR. 1 .BA. completely, furnish

"a::< : : ; ::: $500Moe .-

Fill Dirt, To S'Yyil .. Ocala National;' Forest hunting& fishing retreat on vRxbnan 1
'You Pick Up or We DeliverWe ; .. ... .
R ovolr. ... ,$25.000
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.Also Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber > ? <': BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY' .t.' ,
t 'Work! .: :BackHbe 'l"Ei i (ld ; Ronald E. Newman .
,v, /.r'j..< Sr. ,
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964-6649 S9)gfa82& ;i| 473-2157-Evenings .:, _. .
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Special Dlvtnnire.. --- -- -Sppkinf- Volunteers- ------ I

I L Starke Area Ads 1 1FOR Bradford CoUnty Special Olympics volved with this program. II Interested -

will hold its January Steering in becoming a Special

HELP WANTED Committee meeting on Thursday Olympics Game Director, Training
Jan. 19 at 3:30: p.m. at the School Director, or in coaching Special

SALE "lEGISTERED NURSES: Practice your nurse Board Office. Olympians, please attend this
FOR RENTIN HELP WANTED ing profession on a set contractual arrangement meeting or contact Brenda Little-
MUSICAL with scheduled working Several positions are open for John County Manager,P.O.Box 945,
"'4.99 INSTRUMENT: A. low o. NEED 'EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME hours to accommodate your volunteers who wish to become In- Starke, Fl. 32091, or call 964-6800.
per month. Call 9646946. COUNTRY small bedroom from
JOB Sell Avon. For Information call lifestyle..attractive compensation. .
PLATES, aluminum house, carpet. Available Jon. 89.Call Ramona. 7823068. 12/29TF Call Mrs. Deborah Grace, R.N., Director -
measures 24.36" $.90 each. Great for 964-8602 after 6 p.m. for Info. TFlmm of A
FULL-TIME LICENSED REAL ESTATE Nursing Services, Reception & New Idea For Pizza Week
patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 THREE BEDROOM HOUSE 1% bath AGENT forconfld.ntlollnt.I.w. Call Medical Center Hospital ((904))
W. Call St. 964-6309. TF CHIA screen porch, stove S refrlg. Lavern Outlaw 964-4522. 1/12TF 496-2222. ext. 109. 3tchg 1/12-26
ALICIA HAY In rolls under barn. Delivery Children accepted but no pets. REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN Sunshine EXPERIENCED WELDERS NEEDED pay
available. Arthur Gosklns, 7823727. 964-5356.Itchg 1/19 Industries shelter workshop corresponds with experience. Apply
S/26TF HOUSI fOR RENT 3 BR 1 bath kitchen providing evaluation program planningand 301 North. No phone calls please. ?,tp''r I11101 171t
OAK WOOD FOR furnished carpeted. $275 month plus
SALE 933-J474.9/29TF follow-up service for mentally Bradford Furniture. 2tchg 1/12.19
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR CHANNEL CATFISH $200 deposit. 14681857. 4tchg retarded adults. In a vocational pro. SECRETARY In the health care Industry.
or catch your own. $1.50 lb.. $1.75 gram. Requirements: desire B.S. Good typist knowledge of office procedure .
dreued. Alio flngerlings for stocking VILLAS NOW RENTING 2 BR degree; with 1 yr. Human Services Experience required shorthand referred.
ponds. For more Info unlit. These unit are spacious. All Salary dependent
964.6471. Hwy or additional related experience upon qualifications.
100 South behind Pin. Tree Inn. have large closets and storage rooms can substitute for B.S. EOE. 964-6220. Itchg 1/19
12/22TF Laundry facilities on premises. Monthly degree. Excellent salary and fringe JOB OPENING for an ambitious,
IBM SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER payments from S219 plus utilities. For energetic with
reconditioned benefits. Send resume to Bob Larimerat person pleating personality
$169. 964-7929. 2lchg 1/12-19 rental Information and applications P.O. Box 509 Starke Fl. 32091 to work In Customer Service
MARY'S VARIETY contact: Southern Villas Manager 1001 and Production. Advance
n.w and used 9647699. 2tchg 1/12-19 according to
furniture. Wood wicker and country. Southern Villa Drive Tuesday A Thursday LONG HAUL TRUCKING get Into a high your ability to absorb training and
Buy sell ft trod. 304 E. Call St.. I/12TF or call 964-7295 or 9644214. demand career as an owneroperatorwith show responsibility. No phone calls.
964-3250.3Ichg1/12.29 northAmerican Van Lines I Applications at New Method Cleaners
SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medlcar.reclpl.nt MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water, Operate your own tractor. If don'thave 311 N. Temple Ave., Starke. Itchg 1/19
ewer, cable TV. Phone 9447491.I12TF ..
with WORK In small bu.In... new
a qualifying condition. one, we oiffer a tractor purchase
call toll free number for more Information. program that Is one of the best In the home cleaning construction. Depen
1-800.445.4174.fcan FOR RENTs MOBILE HOMES with citywater Industry No experience If dable, neat appearance. 7829802. Itpd
HERITAGE sewer cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bath. necessary. 1/19
BUILDINGS Tapered l-Beam. you need training we will train you.
bolt-up construction steel buildings, 9147491. I/I2TF You must be 21, In good physical condition MIDDLE AGED LADY WANTED to live In
engineer stamped construction prints. SMALL 2 BR HOUSE carpet CHSA, and have a good driving record. and care for elderly woman In Lawtey
washer/dryer hookup quiet close to.hopplng. area. Fee References .
3.000 standard Slies-30x40xl0 $3,489 Call northAmerican for a complete information nego. required.Call
40x60x12 $6,279 ; No small children no pets package. 800-348-2147 ask 964.5927 or 468-2976 after 6 p.m.
; 50x75x12 9.186
; $235 plus sec. dep. 964-6680 after 12 Itpd 119PARTTIME
60x100x14 13895. Call for free for operator 97. Icon ...
noon. 4tpd 1/12-2/2 -
CAN CRUSHERS today.Sell 18006435555. Owl! BEDROOM FURNISHED Apartment. winter season In Southern states. Call needed at Madison Street Baptist Bursting with pizza flavors this Stromboli is perfect for hearty winter
those b..r
pop Clean quiet, adults only. 830 N. Temple appetites.
In Startke.A talented choir and
Delivered or write: GFI 280 Murfee, Prattville.
price: metal $27.75.neapr.n. Ave. 9642358. 2tchg 1/12.19
$19.50, electric $365. Ch.ck AL 36067 205-365-3075. DOL certified loving congregation awaits a dynamic
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE $360 month. and dedicated leader. Please call
or money order to Multi-Marketers, Call for Information. 9647771. 1/12TF fcon David Lawson, 964.6133 or the church Here's a delicious new idea for Pizza Week, January 15-21, or any
Platte, South Dakota 57369. US WATTS TRAILER LOT FOR RENTi 4 miles West of JOBS for IN AUSTRALtA.lmm.dlal.and opening office, 9647557. You may also mail winter meal. On the outside it looks like a long, flaky roll, but slice it
1-000-843-3363. men women. $11,000 to
PIANO FOR SALE fcan Responsible party to Call Lawtey 7823801.off SR 2tchg 225.1/19.26 Nice private lot. $60,000. Construction manufacturing your resume to P.O. Box 328 Starke, and you're in for a surprise. It's filled with juicy beef, tender vegetablesand
take up low monthly payments on THREE BEDROOM mobile home, unfurnished secretarial work, nurses, engineering 32091. 21chg1l19.26STARKE8RAD'ORD melted mozzarella cheese. It's stromboli.A .
beautiful console piano. Call toll fr.. $200 deposit. Call 9645251. .01... Hundreds of jobs listed. Call COUNTY CHAMBER good,hot stromboli is easy and inexpensive to make using homemade-

18003462450. 3tpd 1/19.2/2 TFrw Now. 206-736-7000 ext. 105A. fcan OF COMMERCE is now accepting tasting Prego spaghetti sauce. It's perfect for a family meal. Serve it hot
CARRIER WINDOW UNITs 24,000 BTU MOBILE HOME In Pleasant Grove area: 2 EARN $7.75 HOUR: We need assistanceIn to fill the position of applications Executive from the oven or make ahead, freeze and reheat for a fast family supper.
less than 1 old. Retail valu. BR 1 both furnished 1 child evaluating and responding to dally
yr. $980, no pets Director. All
resumes should Either it's to be
work submitted way, sure a tummy-tempter,so don't plan on any leftovers.For .
asking $350. Used only. $175 month plus $150 reports our agents be
on. summer. Buy security sent to P.O. Drawer A by Jan. 27,
throughout the state No a free recipe leaflet filled with mouthwatering pizza recipes, write
now save later. Call 9644099. 2tchg deposit. Call after 6 p.m., 964-4430 or experience 1989. 2t 1/19.26
1/19-26 964-8970 or 9648705. TFo| necessary; paid to complete training. to: Prego Pizza Leaflet, P.O. Box 964, Bensalem, PA 19020.
IS FT. FREEZER$110. 964.7678.ltpd 1/19 TWO BEDROOM mobile home In good Work at home. For Information send "
LARGE BLUE RECLINER $75. 4681421. location $185 per month $100 deposit. .self-addressed stamped envelope 9'/ ,
Itchg 1/19 964.8704 or 964-2430. Itpd 1/19 Inches long to: AWGA Dept. E, Box STROMBOLI

SIX-DRAWER CHEST corn.r desk, nightstand MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP 2 BR, 1bo. 49204 Atlanta Go. 30359. Itpd 1/19
WAREHOUSE PERSON with light office 1 pound lean ground 1 jar (15 1/2 ounces)
console stereo. 964.5485. Itchg furnished no pets, 1 child only. jj1
1/19 $175 month plus $150 security deposit. work. Send resume to: RS Box 580 ( beef Prego spaghetti
Starke, Fl.
SEVERAL ITEMS 14.3 cu. ft. Whirlpool Callafter 6 p.m. 964-4430 or 964.8970 or 32091. Itpd 1/19 1/2 cup diced onion sauce (1 3/4 cup.)

refrigerator-freezer almond $150; 9648705. TFo| SITTER 7:30.3:30.:WANTED Non-smoker In my, own home M-F.- -" 1/2 cup diced green 2 packages (8 ounces
MW upright freeier, 22 cu. ft., $200; TWO BEDROOM mobile home on Grlffls
and references. Call 964.2989 A newly hatched alligator is just eight pepper each) refrigerated
52" brass c.lling fan $50; 30 gallon hot Loop. per month $100 deposit.
water heater $50; shower stall with 964-8704 or 9642430. Itpd 1/19 after 4:30 p.m. Itpd 1/19 Inches: long. It will grow about a foot 2 medium cloves crescent roll
fauc.t and head $60. Call 782-3562. THREE BEDROOM 1 bath LR. DR. kit., GLASS INSTALLERS auto & plate glass, a year until it reaches the average garlic minced 4 slices (about 4
Itpd 1/19 fenced yard 1 acre lot. Raiford Rd. experienced only need apply. Apply in adult length of six to eight feet. ounces) mozzarella
AIR HOCKEY GAME Sears, used twice, $260 with$190 deposit 964-2910.2tchg person Monday-Friday, 8.5 p.m. Lee aCates cheese
1/19.26 Gloss, 421 W. Brownlee St., call
excellent condition. Sells for $299 In 9643016. 1/19 HELP WANTED: 1. In 10-inch skillet medium heat cook
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE 1 bath CHSA, Itchg over beef, onion and
catalog Itpd 1/19 asking $150. Call 9646644. stove A refrlg. $360 month plus securi HAIRDRESSER WANTED Call Terri after 6 The City of Starke Is now green pepper with garlic until beef is browned and vegetablesare

187 FORD TRACTOR Diesel front end ty. Call 9643595. 2tchg 1/19-26 p.m., 7823940. 2tchg 1/12-19 accepting applications fora tender, stirring to separate meat. Spoon off fat. Stir in
NOW HIRING full and
: asst.
STATE EMPLOYEES: need home close to part-time
loader and grad. box. 9648972. Itchg your work? We have clean mobile manager and r.toll soles associates. COMPUTER OPERATOR L spaghetti sauce. Cool to room temperature.

1/19 homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF Apply S 8 S Food Stores, Hwy. 100, This Is a TEMPORARY POSITION 2. On lightly floured surface, unroll 1 package crescent rolls.

QUEEN SIZE SOFA brown beige and FURNISHED ROOM with air all utilities Lok. Butler. 2tpd 1/12.19 for a period of one year. Pinch perforations together to seal well. Roll out to 11.by 9-inch
tan almost n.w. $225. 4852529. Itpd paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia BRADFORD FURNITURE needs rectangle.Arrange 2 slices cheese in center; spread 1/2 of the beef
1/19 Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF upholstered. Pay corresponds with ."-' Applications will be accepted mixture to within 1 1/2 inches of edges. Starting at long edge;roll
SEVERAL ITEMS exerciser, DP Body THREE BEDROOM 1>A bath clean closeto perlence. No phone calls. Apply US 301 at City Hall by Mcrrcll Dees. up. Pinch seams together to seal well. Place seam-side down on
toner multl gym; also, stereo hi-fi. prison. Call 468-1323. 6/9TF North. 2tchg 1/12-19 Personnel Director. Closing cookie sheet.
9646499. It 1/19 extras, reasonable rents. PINES, home assembly work. Info. Call date. Feb. 2. 1989. 3. Repeat with remaining package of crescent rolls. Place 3

NAY large round rolls, (fertilized 496-2366. SR 121. Lake Butler 7/14TF 504-646-1700. Dept. P 848. 2tpd 1/12.19 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Inches apart on baking sheet.

Argentine. $. 25 per roll. Volum. dl.-' LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking ape EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Requirements.: At least 4. Bake at 350"F.lor 30 minutes or until golden brown.Let stand
count. J. I L.:r.._-P iil'sinil>iilTHsB l i"Bij! Je'eBjk' l2ier 2 bedroom apartments -.... mush be able.o operate'persr-tl compuier one years' experience at least 5 minutes serving easier slicing.Makes 2 strom.boll .
1/12.19 lRIX"fully; equipped kitchen, type hilrilmum ou v-is per as computer operator and ai '* before for -. .4i .'j. .vi M.'tt-'
drapes. 7823531 New management: minute and learn personnel functions diploma from an accredited or 6 servings. '

MOBILE HOMES Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/15TF Contact Bradford Hospital, 964.6000, high school A substitute for the
MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 Ba, West of ext. 347. 2tchg 1/12-19 experience can be an AA degree
FOR SALE Lawtey. $250 month. Call 782.3481 or PART-TIME HELP 5-6 hours daily M-F on with computer courses having
782.3168.2Ichgl/12.19 chicken far n. :;too week. Interested in
been taken.
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT with stove, older male. Call 964.7824 after 5 p.m. Accounting courses
carport helpful.
refr.. and some furniture. $40 week. Itpd 119HOUSEKEEPER HOME FINANCINGPurchase
2 BR, 2 bath fully furnished,
No pets. 9648498. Itchg 1/19 NEEDED to cook clean Nell L.Tucker. City Clerk
pecan A pear trees. Appraised at MOBILE HOME LOT for rent on Bayless do laundry take care of handicappedwoman.
27500. Estate sale 23000. Hwy 225 Highway. 9648877. "Itchg 1/19 Call 9646539. Itchg 1/19 City of Starke Refinance or Construction
(Bayless Hwy.)4 mile South of SR 100 3 TWO BEDROOM house trailer stove Brefr.
miles North of SR 16. Estate of furnished. $175 month, fl..t. last Conventional. FH.A. and V.A.
E.S.Ollv.r.Wllll consider owner financ months rent. 9648972. Itchg 1/19 Fixed Rate or Adjustable
ing. Call 904-471-1249. 4tpd 12/29.1/19 MOBILE HOMI ON GRIFFIS LOOP 2 BR, r CONCEALED
DOUBI.EWIDE TRAILER 28x40 3 BR, 2 full privacy trees, no pets. 4682374. Itchg FIREARMS Gainesville Mortgage Co. Inc.
baths CH.A, stove, ref rig.. assume 1/19 ,
mortgage 245.49 mo. Must relocate to TWO BEDROOM HOME all utilities Included t CLASSES
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Traffic AccidentsIn A two-vehicle accident Jan. 14 at trance to Lakewood sent one of the
I N. Orange and Weldon Rd. sent drivers to Bradford Hospital Mon-
Bradford CountyBoth drivers of both vehicles to Bradford day night.
Hospital.A .
.'" drivers were cited in an acci-
1-- dent Jan. 13 in Starke. 1987 Ford pickup was eastboundon Donna Gruen 43 of Starke was
A 1985 Oldsmobile, southbound on Weldon Rd, approaching the In- transported by itescue 60 for minor
Grand St. approaching the intersec- tersection when a 1983 Chevrolet at- trauma, according to Paramedics!
tempted a left turn in front of the Cuddington and Bill O'Neal.She was
tion the
of SR-16, failed to stop for
I pickup, according to Investigator M. treated and released. Driver of the
stop sign, crossed the path of a east- T.
bound 1987 Chevrolet and was Driver of the Chevrolet, second car Garland Mallory 75, of
struck, according to Investigator Lesley Dale Padgett, 16, of Starke Starke, refused to be transported,
was cited for
failure to
Michael McClain. The Oldsmobile yield right of said Cuddington.
turned onto it's side in a ditch on the way Clain.to Pad oncoming vehicle said Mc- Gruen, driving a 1988 BMW was
ett and driver of the
westbound on SR-100.turned left into
west side of Grand St.
The Chevrolet departed the scene pickup, Elaine Smith. 26, of Starke the path of a 1987 Lincoln which was
were transported by Rescue 60 to the eastbound and was struck,
by traveling north on Grand St. but hosplal for according
minor trauma, according to Patrolman Susan Wilkerson.
returned after the officer arrived. to
Driver of the Oldsmobile, WilliamL. dington.Paramedics Green and Cud- The BMW was spun counter-
Price of Ocala, was charged with clockwise and came to rest on the
the accident. Driver of the Damage to the vehicles was listedat north shoulder of the roadway.
Chevrolet, Douglas Alan Stivers 36, $6,000 total.A Damage to the BMW was listed at
rt, ) of Starke was cited for leaving the $10,000 in the 6:30: p.m. accident.
l scene of an accident with vehicle two vehicle accident at the en- Damage to the Lincoln was $8,000.
R damage.There.
were no listed injuries in the II. --
Damages were $1,000 on each

vehicle.A 1987. Chevrolet pickup truck fail- Special helpat

d ed to stop for the stop sign on Wilson
Rd., crossed Colley Rd. and into the
... woods, striking a pine tree Jan. 11, home.
I ..Lt.Jd IL. according to Patrolman Jerry
Hot Work...- Feltner. The driver, Robert De-
wayne Godwin of Lake Butler, was
I Volunteer firemen from Keystone Height had seine bard, heated work In tore for them when they aiuwered an cited for careless driving failing to
emergency call on this dwelling In day County carry license or insurance information -
said Feltner. He was travelling UPJOHN
approximately 45 mph prior to the [..] HEALTHCARE
I. crash. There were only minor In- SERVICES
News BriefsChief juries in the 9:26: p.m. accident, according -
to Paramedics Dan Cud-:
ding ton and Nelson Green. Damageto
Candidate ed on six months Trl County Proba ed on two years probation and the pickup truck was listed as
Nabs tion.Thomas ordered to make restitution 3000.
Would Be L. Franklin was ad- ($197.50)). MedicareMedicaidApproved
IntruderAn judicated guilty of burglary of a
structure and sentenced three
11-year-old male juvenile was years probation.Adjudication Sw E1's Retirement
detained by one of the candidates for of guilt was withheldon Community
Chief of Police Saturday night. Hershel Blaine Dyal for forgeryof Skilled Nursing
The juvenile was observed firing a bank Railramanl Community + Relle".nl" Home
a check and he was placedon Nurses AidesOccupational
B-B gun in a residential three years probation with A small wlwm.nlcommunity In Ih.emen community a.
neighborhood just off SR-16 while special conditions.Joe at Su-Elfe W* d also have Su-Era Retirement Therapist
John Hodges hay.nnuut or room fw e.. Homo.A licefiMd
was campaigning door group
to door in the neighborhood. com Independent union. Hto ,i home lors.nlas thai" nods Speech Therapist
Hodges William Wright entered
a plea s
quiet.ding wKh a .
aialaianoej wlshn
said he saw the boy run into a garage of no contest to possession of less rioro-lik*aimosphiw.. At We give penonaUied whhnp can. Physical Therapist
and try the door into the house at than 20 grams marijuana (reduced au-Ers w*oils homing. 24 h,.eupenriilon' .ho)meah Social Worker (M.S.W.)
which time he went up to him to ask from manufacturing cannabis) and 111"1... maid and laundry -laundry lervtoa-day.weoK,
him if he lived there.The boy replied was placed on six months probationwith i.vfcMwKria24rir.m long term any Certlllodnuriirtng Excellent
he did not live there he was just in adjudication of guilt withheld. .rgency call ayilwn. awl..lint aid CPU Employment Opportunities
the yard shooting squirrels. Hodges Fredrick Austin Troy, Sr. pled Mult optional. 1468-26191 trained Malt
took the gun and detained the guilty worthless check and was plac 1 mile South 964-8772.1102 S. Walnut StarkeGetAHighRate
juvenile until Investigator Michael on S.R. 325, Hampton FL Sue Lott Walker
McClain arrived.
Both the boy and the gun were
released to the mother's custody, according -
to McClain.Macclenny /


Faces Pot ChargesA

27-year-old Macclenny man, ,
for traffic violations in
Stare, also faces pot charges.
Hidies Akins was being charged
with driving under influence and no
valid driver's license by Patrolman Without The
E. W. Wilkinson when a handrolled Wait.9aMONTH
cigarette of a green fibrous
substance (known as marijuana) ,
was dropped by Akins. A crack cocaine
pipe and other items were
found in the vehicle and Akins was
additionally charged with posses-
sion of cannabis and possession of CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT
drug paraphernalia in the Jan. 14 arrest -
said Wilkinson.
Bond was set at $1,750, Akins was
released on his own recognizance. .

Traffic Stop Annual Percentage Yield Rate Compounded Monthly

Nets Drug ChargeA $75.000 Or More $75.000 Or More

vehicle stopped for weaving on
and off the roadway lead to the ar-
rest of the passenger Jan. 11.
Willie Norman Suggs, 45, who wasa

charged passenger with possession in the vehicle of less than was

20 grams of cannabis and possession 9OO% &64%

of David Deputy drug Aderholt.paraphernalia Harvey Rhoden Suggs, according was and also Lt.to

charged substance on in a warrant lieu of for controlled sale of .

substance. The driver of the vehicle
was not charged,she said Suggs was
making her nervous causing her to Deposit Amount Annual Percentage Yield Rate Compounded Monthly .,
run off the roadway, said Aderholt.
Total bond was set at $1,500.

Circuit Court; $50,000-$74,999 8,80% 8.46%

Jan. 9 FinalsThe I

following defendants appeared $25,000-$49,999 8,700/0 8.370/0
before Judge George H. .,
Pierce Jan. 9 in Bradford County
Circuit Court where their cases
received final dispostion. $10,000-$24,999 8,600/0 8,270/0

'; ,
Donniel Doster was adjudicated 1 ,
guilty burglary of a structure and "
was placed on five years probationwith \
special conditions. Doster also 1,0009,999 8.50% 8.180/0

faces probation to run concurrent on ,
three charges of uttering a forged

('J,; check.Pernell Wade Williams was found When you're looking to earn rates this high, most banks want you to 'n: .? .

Iy, guilty of resisting arrest with commit for long long time. But now don't have to .' .....t',.:
1,' violence and sentenced to 24 months your money a you ,, Vjf
1 in the Department of Corrections. with Florida Federal's new tiered 9-month Certificate of Deposit. '\"''' i .
Williams faces 24 months community -
control for possession of cocaine, Earn your high interest now and still keep your investment options , failure to and 12 months for
". criminal secutively mischief appear). (all to run con- open for later in the year. It's the perfect solution. t 4 i .6' .

I judicated Timothy guilty Tyrone of Tyson purchase was ad-or To find out more about our "perfect solution" 9-month CD, ", "

possession with intent to purchase .., call the'Florida Federal office nearest you. T ';-' r.; ;IJwe >(
cocaine and was placed on three '_ .> '.

\ \ I! years Gerald probation.Shirley Lear, Jr. was ad- ,: \
judicated guilty of possession of cocaine : o Florida Federal :

and placed on five years probation I / ; .. ,
with special conditions. .. '
J\\ "' ';; .
Greg Chandler was adjudicated { .' { .
guilty of sale and delivery of cocaine ,. ; Bank 1-" : ,. n. '. ,
and was placed on two years proba- '. '; ', Savings Io;. : ;,'J: .\3AI.l"t"'i'; ; ;" t t' .

tion Larry with Lewis special was conditions.adjudicated guil- .:: it.t. 'rlir' ;!' ,: Rates subject to change. Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. ? :-;" ';>r..':ft:::'.': :' .' :., :

ty battery of a law enforcement officer .'< .''". ,. '" ..
rtR; J",. insured to$100.000 by an of the US. Government }". .' \. } :
and sentenced to 24 months !,,; i Deposits agency d.I .;" ..,., ,.' ..
1 community control and ordered to :' ,'.r, .
> :
7 s; .
restitution. ,
make 3 ',
,. "N."" ,3'r.fw 1" '"
Elmore Clark was adjudicated .* Starke ': :I "
Gainesville/The Oaks .rl:
guilty grand theft and placed on two Downtown Gainesville ,. .
years probation. 220 N. Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 W. Madison Street ;;M("' '; : .
i Brian Scott Hudson was adjudicated 377-3344 375-2700 964-5000 :: .: .r .., '
guilty sale of cocaine and '1 ,;.,. .

t I r placed on five Grlffis years probation. Gainesville/University Keystone Heights Ocala ;,."''I a : tll I, ..,
Jerald K. .
was adjudicated
guilty shooting into an occupied 3501 W. University Ave. Lawrence Blvd. & ,,3033 S.W. College Rd. ,: ;;it' ':J '.

I motor vehicle and placed on five 373-8482 Sylvan Way 237-7204 'f> t .1
I years probation.Adjudication U1CT i
I of guilt was withhela ,
iii. on Richard Ernest Blanton on a .,! tp,
charge of possession of less than 20 .':taJ <. L I I H
grams of cannabis and he was plac-

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