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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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when a front moving out of the great plains bring some partly Th.SOClaISc.n..7A 't tIe. \.0. Of= Fl\\.O
cloudy skies and cool temperatures over the may weekend, with only Sport!. .. . .. ... .. ....'.'A 1.1"1 611'
slight chance of rain forecast. a Public No ic.a. ...... . ... ..7* UN1VERra FL\

Low temperatures will remain In the low 40's and highs into the ,.. \'E I.
low 70's through the weekend. SECTION I) 12 Pages S\/1. -

Sunrise this morning was"at 7:23: with sunset at 6:01: the day Olympian . ...... . .. ..IB GA 1. P
length Is loh 38m. Daylight hours have increased 25 minutes since Wa.t. Warning . .. . ... 2B ,.
Dec. 21, the shortest day of the which was lOh 13m. R..id*nt. Tlrad . . . ....5. .
year
Average January rainfall is 2.80 inches. Locally we have received Nwt Brief. . . . .6.7.". The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
1.78 inches since the first of the year. Claiilf ledi . . .. . a-los 109th Year MlARKK.KLOKIIM 25 Cents Copy

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Worth ) Epps, Hodges



Noting In R.u.nOff


LN
Class of 1969...

BHS class of 1969 will meet
For Police Chief
I
Thursday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m., in the
Western Steer Steak House to plan F'
for a 20th) class reunion. Call Linda
Patrick, 964-5000 or Evelyn Chas-
tain, 9647271. A run-off election is set Tuesday,
Feb. 7, two weeks off, between Jim- I
my Epps and John Hodges for the t II I
Ceramic Class... 8-month unexpired term of former II

The Starke Recreation Depart- f .. I resigned police chief under Jimmy pressure Bowen last fall., who rr \ I

ment will hold Ceramic Classes,

beginning Monday Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. The Vote... 1# II I I
and
Feb.
Wednesday, 1 at 9.a.m.
1
Classes will be held in old Armoryon Jimmy Epps 385 I
N. Temple Ave. Lillie Ann L John Hodges 329 .,.., II I
Johns, instructor. i
Charles Belcher 161

Hospice Workshop... Ricky Bennett 76

A hospice workshop to understand
death and dying, sponsored by Appointive Chief...

North Central Florida Hospice, For 219
Inc., a service of Alachua General 641I
Hospital, Inc., will be held Jan. 28, Against \.l .1 !
I
Feb. 2 and Feb. 9. Presented in 3 -- '

parts at the St. Anne's Church, New Chamber Officers to be Installed... For Qualifications... J"f ,

Magnolia St., Keystone Heights. .. For 783
The program is open to all per- The new officers of the Starke-Bradford County Davis, Monk & Farnsworth. Schlofman Is a Starke Jimmy Epps
sons interested in improving their Chamber of Commerce to be installed Saturday nightare op- Against 219
tometrist. Dr.McFadden Is the coordinator of the Andrews Leads Race for Chief I
knowledge of care of the dying. (1-rH Eddie Douglas, treasurer; Len Schlofman, Center of Santa Fe in
Registration limited to 25. Call president, and Dr.Bernard McFadden. vice-president. Starke. Community College Epps, used car salesmanager for
ph. 338-2121. Douglas is an accountant and a partner In the firm of Mosley Tire Co., led Tuesday'svoting
in Starke with 385 votes, 40.5
percent of the votes cast. Hodges, a nom'

Awareness .. New shift lieutenant on the Starke Police
Day. Officers To Be InstalledAt
Department on leave to run, was se- .
The public Is invited to a Hazar- cond with 329 votes, representing
dous Waste and Tri-County 34.6 percent of the total votes.

Awareness Day, Saturday, Jan. 28, Chamber Charles Belcher garnered 161 votes,
at Raiford Community Center, 11 Awards Banmiet 16.9 percent, and former police captain -
a.m. to 4 Chicken and rice din-
p.m. ---- -- Ricky Bennett received 76
ners, guest speakers, country and 1 votes, 8.0 percent.
gospel music will be presented. 250 tickets have been sold to date, Bradford High and Santa Fe Com- banquet, taking over from John Hodges,32, is a former police chiefof f +
but planners are expecting 300 or munity College, Andrews Center. Miller. Other new officers to be In- Hampton and has been with the
more. The deadline to buy tickets stalled are: Dr. Bernard McFadden, Starke Police Department three
Microwave Classes... The some 300 expected to attend
has been extended to Friday, Jan.
will vice-president, and Eddie Douglas years, beginning as a radio operatorand
be entertained by skit entitled i
a ,
series: will the Chamber. 323 persons boardmembers lieute-
A two-part microwave attended "True treasurer. Newly elected working his way up to
Colors
be offered at the Bradford County the banquet last year.A fessional that performed by a pro- to be installed are Glenda nant.
works for book
Extension office on Janmuary 26 fun-filled, action-packed even- publishing group company. "The play a will and s, Terry Vaughn, Fred McElroy" Epps, 49, is a retired military I
and February 2, at 7 p.m. Joby White. Current members veteran with 20 years of service.
to evaluate his
is for Saturday Jan. 28 cause one own
ing planned per- I
Learn to use the microwave oven re-elected for term Starke officer
police
in a new three-year Epps was a
but comical
for the annual banquet and installa- sonality, a manner, '
you received for Christmas I Basic Chastain who has are John Miller and Len Schlofman. from 1976-79. He ran for police chiefin \
tion the Chamber says Evelyn lined
by
principals and meal preparation ceremony .-. 1979, got in the second primary .
-
the Jerf
Commerce.The "tip ( rmance.There will be no = I
will be demonstrated at each ses- Master of ceremonies will be where he lost to former chief Jimmy :
Chamber will name a Citizenof : speaker.Dr. Chuck McKeown, executive directorSee Bowen 778-645. Lt. John Hodges
sion.Registration is $5, and must be the Year, Humanitarian of the Len Schlofman will be installed :1
prepaid by Jan. 24. Call 964-6280, Year, and Students of the Year for as the Chamber president at the ( Chamber..p.3A) (See Chief.p.3A) 56 Vole Behind In Run-Off :

extension 209 or 284 for details.

Band Boosters... State Code on Modular Homes May Protect Seminole Ridge Residentsby ::1

BHS Band Boosters will meet home from the Tom Osbourne pro- trolling the type of homes in the sub- Reports of people opposing Such local authorities must be
Thursday, Feb. 2, at 7:30: p.m., in Buster Rahn perty, in the Jan. 4 meeting.But division. development of wetlands, beaches reasonable and uniformly appliedand
the BHS Band Room.Parenting. BCT Staff Writer Those 65-70 residents were angry and other property are published enforced without any distinctionas
and hurt by the zoning director's In- almost daily. Recently a number of to whether a buildmhg Is a con-
... Residents of Seminole Ridge that may not be the case. formation after he talked to DCA, people were convicted of trespassing ventionally constructed or manufac-
heard Zoning Director Darrell Rules of the Department of Com- and found themselves In a rather in Alachua County for physically opposing tured building..."
Prenatal classes for expectant O'Neal say Bradford County zoning munity Affairs (DCA), deed restric- large company of Florida residents development near Paines Seminole Ridge, Unit 5, in which
parents will begin Monday, Feb. 6 laws could do nothing to help them in tions and covenants may help whose opinions of zoning laws has hit Prairie. As suitable lands for Osbourne and 110 other families live,
at 7 p.m., in the Bradford County their attempt to remove the modular Seminole Ridge residents in con- rock bottom. building becomes scarce, consists of 200 acres, with 3/4 miles
Agricultural Building. Participantswill developers are forced to look bordering SR-21 and 3/4 miles
learn about prenatal development elsewhere, coming into conflict with bordering Lake Santa Fe, accordingto
labor, delivery and care of 4 people opposed to the building, for H.L. Ownbey, who acquired the
the newborn. The series will be 5 ,I: .i,; J L anyone of several reasons. undeveloped land in 1965, and sold
weeks. Call 964-6280 ext. 209 for \ According to O'Neal,Osbourn's lot lots under the firm name, Ott Corp.
registeration.Vo :::. is classified RSF (Residential, The name was taken from the
Single Family), thus rezoning is not owner's names, Ownbey, Tyre and
Tech Classes... .. an issue. Tyre. Ownbey said he later boughtout
)01 The building Osbourne brought in the other two (both Tyres) for
The Bradford Vo Tech will be offering 75000.
looks to be a double-wide mobile
the following Community home to the casual observer, but it Ownbey, who lives in Keystone
Eductional Courses. Pre- meets the DCA code for a modlular Heights, produced a copy of deed
registeration Is required for all home, according to the insignia af- restrictions and covenants on Unit 5,
classes. Please call 964-6800, ext. fixed to it.Florida. recorded June 5,1973,book 116,page
122 for further information. Statute 553 applies to
Word Processing, 2/7 thru 3/9. iis modular homes. According to Jim 333.Item 7 reads, "No house trailers,
Begin Flower Arranging, 2/21 Aired, aide to Rep. George Crady mobile homes or quonset huts are
thru 4/4. the statute was passed in 1971, andhas permitted. No residence of any type
Advance Flower Arranging 2/23 been modified several times. shall be moved onto any lot exceptby
thru 4/6. DCA has published a book, prior written approval of the Ott
Computers for beginners, 2/27 "Manufactured Buildings, Rules Corporation it being the intention of
thru 3/20 and Regulations" that provide the Ott Corporation that all
Square Dance, Beginners, 2/8 some further information on residences should be constructed on
thru 4/20 s Modular homes, but refers to the said lot (or lots).
Basic Auto Repair, sometime in Federal Code for definitions of Item 14 reads, "Any violation of
Feb. modular homes and mobile homes; these restrictions shall subject the
Basic Home Maintenance, 'M therefore, the difference betweenthe grantee, his heirs and/or assigns to
sometine In Feb.alnvesting ,Lva+ s4: two aren't always clear. proceedings to enjoin or restrain
Principals, Feb. 9, 16 { .r..1 Rule 553.37(3)( states, "All such violations or to recover
& 23 manufactured buildings issued and damages, therefore by the owner of
bearing insignias of approval pursuant any lot in Seminole Ridge Subdivi-
"
Upcoming... to subsection (2) shall be sion.
deemed to comply with the re- Modular homes come in as many
Public meetings scheduled in the
? quirements of all ordinances or rules different styles and designs as
weeks '
coming are:
"stick built' houses, Jack
says
enacted by any local governmentwhich
Bradford County School Board
Courtnay, Keystone Heights realtor
will meet Monday, Jan. 30, at 7 governs construction. and developer. Some. modular
p.m., in Admin Building on North Is This a Modular Home... Rule 553.37(4) states, "No homes rival other types of construction
manufactured building bearing
Temple- Ave..Bradford.County Zoning Boardis The Harry Roberts home In Keystone Heights Is a The Roberts home has 2-by-10 floor sills and 2-by- department (DCA) insignia of approval modular in cost home, Courtnay sold for says$200,000, citing in a

set to meet Monday, Jan. 30, at modular home, and would look good In any residential studs, much heavier timbers than any "stick houses." pursuant to subsection ((2) one Instance that he knew about.
section of similar priced homes. shall be in any way modified prior to
for session in
6:30: p.m. a workshop Courtnay pointed out three
in conformancewith
City Hall.New installation, except modular homes near his office that
River Solid Waste Associa- the rules of the department. the average' person would never
tion will meet Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 7 Rule 553.37(5)( states, "Manufac- suspect were other I than "stick
p.m., in Baker County Courthouse, i -t tured buildings which have of been built" .and would certainly be in
issued and bear the insignia ap-
in Macclenny. keeping with other homes in the
proval pursuant to this part upon class
Bradford County Commissionersmeet $75,000-$100,000 near by.
manufacture of first sale shall notrequire
Monday, Feb. 6, at 9:30: a.m., in- The Telegraph received permis-
additional approval or
an sion from Keystone Heights resident
in the Commissioners Room of the >
by local government in
a
sigma Harl'/ Roberts to photograph his
Courthouse. which are subsequently sold or modular home.Bradford .
Lawtey council meets Monday, installed/ County does not have
Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m., in City Hall. On the surface,it appears Osbournis zoning laws that preclude the
Starke second primary in chiefof in the buildingon
home-free placing building of a small or 'cracker box"houses
police election,'Tuesd y, Feb. 7. his property,but the next chapter adjacent to more expensive

Vote in City Hall. I may have some bearing. homes, or in neighborhoods of better
Tuesday "
will meets
council
Starke
iI/J Rule 553.38(2)( states, "The depart- homes. While local laws cannot keep
Feb. 7 at 7:30: In City Hall. r .
;. : : ment shall enforce every provisionof out modular homes nor should they
of votes in second '
city
Counting this part and the rules adopted be banned for no other reason, DCA
primary minutes.may delay. meeting for a ..,;.t-..... ....' : t 7S pursuant hereto, except that local rules provide for local control, if
few land-use and zoning requirements, regulations are reasonably and ap-
school board
Bradford County
fire building setback requirements plied uniformly.
will meet Monday Feb. 13 at 7 The Contoversial Modular Home... zones site development re- Bradford County Commissioners

p.m., In Administration Building. on Resident of Seminole Ridge on the east side Of Santa whether the steel irame mum come out from under the quirements, property line re- may be unable to solve the present
N. Temple Ave.eBrooker Fe Lake near Melrose, but still In Bradford County, modular borne above In the back yard of Tom quirements, subdivision control andOIIBlte problem, but waiting for the Land
council meets Tuesday, would like to keep homes which look like mobile homes Oibourae.The developer says It'll cost 12.500 and won't installation requirements, as Use Plan, 1991, to be enacted, may
Feb. 14 at 7:30: p.m., In City Hall. out of the community. But state law says modular make the house any stronger. County zoning rule saya well as the review and regulation of well allow a great deal more
Hampton council meets Tuesday homes,with a seal of approval from the Department of modular home must be assembled on the site This architectural and aesthetic requirements anguish, which might be avoided by
Feb..14 at 7 p.m., in City Hall. Community Affair,can't be zoned out.The controversy one was hauled In complete.on a steel tram like a ,are specifically and en- burning some midnight oil and pass-
before the Bradford Board of Adjustment Is. over mobile home. tirely reserved to local authorites. ing ordinances.



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SFCC Starke Center





Named for Guy AndrewsThe I


..,
f Santa Fe ding success of the venture to An-
Community College never envisioned the SFCC Center
Starke Center,received a new name here as anything other than a Brad- drews "dogged determination" and
Saturday, Jan. 21, in honor of the ford County community project. He his ability to muster county-wide
ilL! man who conceived the idea, placedit knew the campus here had to be a financial and physical support for
in motion, and became its chief part of the wishes, dreams, and efforts the project. "Because of this exfarmboy's -
IS and
benefactor.It of the entire community, or it effortsStarke
is now the Santa Fe Community would never succeed." always will be a better place in
L1\ibLIk College, Andrews Center.In Alan J. Robertson, president of which to live," Matthews said.
spite of rainy weather, more SFCC, praised Andrews as a man
than 450 people filled the First Bap- who has been "most generous in- Reception Held...
I tist Church In Starke, where the deed in his commitment and deter Following the dedication
dedication ceremony was held, to mination to ensure that there will ceremony, a reception was hosted
pay tribute to Guy Andrews and his always be available educational op- by the Endowment Corporation in
IL successful effort to insure that every portunity for all citizens of Bradford the Andrews Center, where Chair.
youngster in Bradford County, who County." man Charles L. Blount unveiled a
truly desires a higher education,can Charles J. Blount, president of the large bronze plaque dedicated to Andrews
receive it without leaving his or her SFCC Endowment Board of Directors with the following inscription:
rr home ground.It ,commended"the total coopera- "This college is dedicated to Guy
was a dream long held by An- tion of the people of Bradford County Andrews in recognition of his eigh-
+ drews, born and reared on a farm who made possible the Andrews teen years of outstanding service on
near New River and who obtainedhis Center,"and said Andrews was"the the Board of Trustees, in grateful
education "in the old-fashioned" guiding spirit who contributed both appreciation of his major financial
wayhe earned it, starting in a one- time and money to the project." contributions, and leadership in the
a room one-teacher school. Later, heboarded establishment of this Center,and for
y
r in Starke while attending Gene Matthews, in the dedicatory the commitment to provide educa-
high school in the days before speech, recalled the time when An- tional opportunity for the young people
school buses, and again "earned" a drews first approached the Bradford of Bradford County through the
county-sponsored agricultural County Historical Board of Trustees, Elizabeth and Guy Andrews
A scholarship, which enabled him to administrators of the 1902 Courthouse Scholarship Program.
Shuffle.
Money .. who will select the student to receive the scholar- attend the University of Florida in on Call Street, with a pro-
Phyllis Bleiwolss, (left, executive director of ship In June. the depression days of the 1930s. posal that the historic building be
the Florida Arts (Celebration presented a 12.000 The presentation was made preceding Saturday Members of the Santa Fe Board of made available to SFCC for the
scholarship check to Guy Andrews who in turn night's performance of "Porgy and Bess", the Trustees and the Santa Fe Endow establishment of a Starke Center for
presented it to :Mary :McCloud, chairman of the George Gershwin opera produced by the Florida ment Corporation Board of Directors the college. "We finally agreed,"
Guy Andrews :Minority Recruiting Committee Arts Celebration.Terwillegar joined in paying tribute to Andrews Matthews said, "but I must say
and his many community- there was some doubt that such a
wide accomplishments. Harold C. grandiose plan would ever become Mayor Bobby Biggs had previously -
(Pat) Farnsworth, Jr., vice- reality." proclaimed Saturday, Jan. 21, as
.. chairman of the board said, "Guy Matthews credited the outstan- Guy Andrews Day in Starke.


MotorsImmediate I Brad Carter Heads NRCI I


otthe second largest and newest correctional Brad is a graauate ot Bradford
by Joe Gissy institution in the state. High School, class of 1973, where he
BCT Staff Writer Bradley D. Carter, Brad as he is lettered in football all four years.
Brad Carter, native of Bradford known here, is the son of Maxie Brad and his wife, Valerie Pabst
County, has received another pro- Carter,Jr.and Kitty,both natives of Carter were married In 1980, and
Financing motion, to Superintendent II, and Bradford County residing on East have two sons: Matthew,aged 6,and
Available has been transferred to the New Call Street Starke, for thirty yearsor Austin,3.They are expecting a third
River Correctional Institution, more. child in April.Valerie .
replacing James R. "Cobble" Wainwright Maxie has been on the Bradford a native of Jacksonville,
who retired recently.Brad Board of County Commissioners for also graduated from BHS. She is a
assumed his new duties here 12 years,and has just been reelectedto Special Education teacher,but is not
Monday, Jan: 23, as Superintendent his fourth consecutive term. working at present.



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FENCE & ALUMINUMChain


Link, Wood & Farm Fence

Keystone Heights l West.

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Screen Rooms (:j'J.

Car Ports


r' 'f Mobile Home.
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OnUsed Roof-Overs '''''".... .
Cars & Trucks / I
Awnings Brad Carter...
:
New Superintendent for the New River ,
_' SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED Correctional Institution across SR-16 ;
.i from Florida State Prison. Carter suc- ,
cedi Jamei Wainwright In the petition. I

Carter received his baccalaureate
4737676r degree In Science in Criminologyfrom jl
Florida State University,
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88
88 MUSTANG 86 MUSTANG Tallahassee, in 1976, and a master's
degree in Criminal Justice from
GT MUSTANG GT f **are, iNM Rollins College, Winter Park, in
k / f WAQarden 1982. He has also completed several
5.0 Liter 4 Cyl.. 5 Speed 5.0 Liter management training courses from

various institutions, including the
$12,900 $7,995 $9495s National Academy of Corrections,
Boulder Colorado, and the Florida
Law Enforcement Academy,
Tallahassee.
Carter is an Accreditation Consul-
\ tant with the American Correctional
S o
Association College Park,
o -- ..
--1 Maryland, and has audited four in-

; !Jt. .. ., .. ) stitutions:In Michigan,Connecticut,
New York and Tennessee.
'88 CROWN '87 CROWN '86 FORD / Carter began working in the fieldof
corrections as a classification
VICTORIA VICTORIA TAURUS specialist in December 1976 at
t" I Lawtey Correctional Institution,and
Demonstrator Loaded 5 Speed has progressed rapidly up the promotional
u ladder to a top executive
level In twelve years,at age 33.
$12 900 $1O, 500 $6,495 Specials Hillsborough Carter was transferred Correctional,In Institu-1978,to

tion as a classification supervisor..In
1980 he returned Bradford
to Countyas
Seed Potatoes,in Stock. an administrative assistant to the
superintendent at Florida State
We Will Not Be Undersold Prison, Starke.He .
was promoted to an Assistant
Prices Not Quoted Over Phone Superintendent at DeSoto Correc-
'87 F-150 '87 F-150 '86 F-150 tional Institution at Arcadia, in

'COUPONC V* JCOUPON; March, 1983, and further promotedto

6 Cy1. $6,495 Dies$12,4OO 2T PS $7495] BUY FOUR BAGSFERTILIZER tions Assistant) at,Avon Avon Superintendent Park Park Correctional, in August(Opera-Institution -,

1988. He assumed the duties as ac-

'86 Ford Ranger '87 Chevy SolO '84 Ranger 4s4Supe ting superintendent there for about a
year before he transferred and
8-10-15 or 10-10-10 With All Minor Element was
promoted to Superintendent of Lan-
cab 8495 $7,995 $4,917 GET BAG caster Correctional Institution,
FREE Trenton, Florida, in October 1987.
OF LIME where he remained until now.
said.am glad to be back home," he
I want to thank the many local
people for their encouragement and
Must Have Coupon For Free Bag... well wishes during the time tills position -
You Know How Tough Big Georga Jm To Deal With! was vacant.It means a lot to an
old home town boy." .
'84 Ford Ranger '85 Ford Tempo '85 Honda Civic Carter says his main objective is
to
complete the construction pro-
6 Cyl. I gram that 1 ill under way. Construction .

4x2 4,495 A; $6,2 9 5 $5 495 scheduled of housing to be completed for inmates by June is,

when bed space for 1,560 Inmates
'86 Dodge: Omni '86 Buick LeSabre SEE BUL EPPS -1- vs.Ol,'! ._ will be ready. Some wooden barracks

$ l' I P.AlJtOROUI'IDS' / type housing Is being replacedby
Turbo 5 Loaded $8495 D COThS A .r..n wn.rr4t u.rw ITARKJ: > by concrete block units, by
U CGREATIALS I order, and will bo finished by June.
964-7871.
"I also want to continue the public
work squads," he says. Inmates can
Terwillegar Motors be sent to governmental agenciesand
private non-profit organizations
and charitable Institutions, except
964-7200 473-FORD churches, on work parties.
The work squads are a benefit to
"._. Starke 371-1096 388-FORD Keystone Hgts. the themselves. well as the In-
(': Gainesville JacksonvJUc' SR 21 mates who are usually
209 W. Madison St. glad to be Involved la community

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I Budetary Problems Put DOT's Toll Road Plans on "Slow Road"Hopes 1



of the Department of Tran- said the delays were not due to the toll road was launched on the fast saportation for a fast-lane study for recently disclosed budgetary track in mid-November with hear- on the toll road were placed at Gainesville, carries about 40,000 road started in August 1987 when
the Jacksonville to Tampa toll road troubles within the department, ings held on short notice In Mid- $14 million, apparently vastly .vtihii'lo per du). DOT directors from theree districts
within a year and a half time frame although the shortage of funds might dleburg, Gainesville and Ocala. Met underestimated. involved In the route met in Lake Ci
seem to have shifted,for the time be- affect planning the future studies of with overwhelming opposition from The concerned citizens of That means DOT must select routes ty. By March, the department
ing, at least, into the slow land.A new or revised corridors.A irate property owners at these hearings Florida North that not only meet environmental employed Greiner, Inc. of Tampa to
based in
second round of hearings which spokesman at the Lake City the rush-up toll road effort a group the standards, but also come close study ecomomic feasibility and
were promised in December to be District office of DOT said last week shifted into low gear. Then, in early Melrose the area road demanded is to know enouth to population centers and public; reaction to the project.
announced by mid-January are now that the next go-around of hearings January, came the budget snafu, why necessary, and other major highways to attract a
studies show it
being postponed from week to week, would be mainly to answer questionsand causing further confusion In the to would be worth the sufficient number of motorists to
with no firm dates set as of Wednes- address the needs raised by a department expense. Studies must be made make the project feasible. Meanwhile, DOT took its case to
at hear before construction to prove that the State Legislature to obtain sup
day.Barry Inman, DOT spokesman in protesting ings. public previous Grady Greene DOT District tolls collected on the turnpike will be Since a high-speed rail systen port, not only for an expansion of
director of production admitted: sufficient to make the project self- Florida's turnpike system, but also
Tallahassee headquarters, said In compliance with DOT along the toll road median is a long-
Tuesday the hearings might Secretary Kay Henderson's goal of with"We tried sto do on one year or less liquidating.DOT term goal of DOT's present plan, the for a high-speed rail system using
materialize by the end of February, cutting in half the time from conceptto approximately $312,000 a task projects athat around 26,000 toll road curves must not exceed the magnetic levitation. The DOT would
though dates were still uncertain. He completion of a road project, theMcCullough that realistically may require two or vehicles per day will use parts of the degrees that a futuristic train traveling have to return to the Legislature for
three years and$5 million plus. Ear- road some time after the ypur 2000. at 120 miles per hour could approval of the project and for apnrnunl -
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grader Tracey McCullough original, leaving out the second"I".
spelled"enemy"'and"planeload" to Pronouncer for the bee was HE {. bfiWl h
become the 1989 spelling bee cham- librarian Kathryn Brooke. Coor-
pion Wednesday morning,Jan.25,at dinator of the bee was Mindy _,I t, t 1

Hampton Elementary. LeBlanc. Judges were Claudette
Runner-up is sixth-grader Jen- Frees, Margaret Wadsworth and
nifer Darley. Tracey is the daughterof April Scoggins.Both .
Patti and Lynn McCullough of Tracey and Jennifer r 7 T Tr -
Hampton. Jennifer is the daughterof misspelled the words governor and w
Virgie and Roger Darley of partial before Jennifer correctly i
Hampton. spelled the words enemy and
Tracey and Jennifer will repre- planeload to win the match. THE CITY OF STARKE OFFERS
sent HE in the District Spelling Bee I SF1
set Feb. 15 in the county office. Spelling bees upcoming are:
BY SEALED BID
Tori Hersey third going Lawtey Community School: 9a.m. FOR SALE
placed ?
out on the word: original. The HE today (Thursday, Jan. 26). /
students went down fast on the Bradford Middle School: 9 a.m. 1975 Ford F-500 With Stelco 36' Aerial Unit Bids to

words: flounce, ceremony, Friday, Jan. 27. be Opened Tuesday February 7 1989
Southside Elementary: 8:30 a.m. ,
I
whirlpool, column, riotious, educa- -1
tion, and suitable. Monday, Jan. 30. t at 7:30: p.m. In the Starke City Hall
Brooker 9:30
The top three correctly spelled the Jan.Elementary 31. : : a.m. .. ....
Tuesday
words: conflict, location, pillow,
Starke Elementary: 8:30: a.m. Jennifer Dorly
donation, inability, and racetrack, Wednesday, Feb. 1. Tracy McCulloughHE FOR BID FORMS AND INFORMATION. CONTACT
before Tori Hersey mispelled Champion Sp.ll.r HE Runner-up Sp.ll.r W.M. WELDON AT (904) 964-5027



I No Moritorium Placed on Construction in Bradfordby TRUCK IS AVAILABLE APPOINTMENT. FOR INSPECTIONBY



Buster Rahn Director Darrell O'Neal and County ing on a draft proposal for an ordinance The commissioners agreed to set .
BCT Start Writer Attorney R.A Green to consider a governing construction in aside one parking place, reservedfor
No moratorium will be placed on moratorium on construction while the county, particularly around "Circuit Judge,' but declined to THE CITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT

construction in Bradford County, new ordinances are under discus- county lakes. Workshops are going put his name on it, saying "He ANY OR ALL BIDS
commissioners decided Wednesday, sion. to be held, and ordinances doesn't need a private parking place
Jan. 18, after listening to a recom- In the Jan. 18 meeting, O'Neal developed, with members of the zoning ,for 2 days a week."
mendation from a board committee. reported the committee found the board making input into the final
However, the county will move county has the authority to declare a draft form.
with deliberate speed to strengthen moratorium, but it will require extensive SPECTACULAR PRICESFOR
existing building ordinances, time and expenses, and the Commissioner Riddick said, "It's -
especially around lake fronts. That need must be substantiated. The important" that we do it as quickly as

procedure will take several months, committee recommended against a we can. SPECTACULAR CUSTOMERS
however. Any revision of an ordinance moratorium at this time, saying it v
must first be written, the isn't sure a an emergency exists, or Private Parking Space...
change advertised for 30 days, and that time can be saved since con- Circuit Judge Benmont Tench asked B --
workshops and public hearings must struction at Santa Fe Lake, which commissioners to assign him a oAygd

be held before the commission can worries residents,cannot be stopped private parking space near the north A n r w 4y JIrRtGULAR.tM.Ni
because permits are already issuedfor entrance of the Courthouse. YIaD
act.In
the January 9 meet!ig, Chairman work which will take six months.. Acting as an intermediary, FROM
i W. *--appointed commissionersCarjer O'Neal said North Central Florida; Herbert Norman, courthouse custodian tueY MLLER iBudwelsd -

. I : and Riddick, Zoning Regional fJ.anqinJC..ouncil is work ,.presented. the.request. s.J. ? _-
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(from page IA) that's good.I'm glad to see it." Poll ZHamant HEdJLAR LIGHT MALT LIQtXJII79fc

Although the race for chief of the police chief meeting minimum workers noticed this, also Tucker STEMWARE : 12 MK FXTRA usE atARr 2Ts

police seemingly was the main eventon educational qualifications by having said. .Champagne yfauWfaeQaUet t..a.n 53911oz1n&5 1
The 3-1 decision IeR'cu urEre
the ticket, 13 voters failed to vote police standards training, a 540 hour against an appoin- as oz en
for either of the four candidates. 104 course. The vote: 783 for, 71 against. tive chief is about the same as .AH eS ROLLING i
Wine
previous votes on the issue, Clerk "Purpose IMI i* oe. BTLS. RT
voters failed to cast a vote on the Absentee ballots for the Feb. 7 Tucker thinks. BBSI l ROCK -

question to appoint or elect the chief, run-off should be available Friday One city resident opined the peepie 99: .;;: .49 .8Sparging REGULAR LIGHT AK' ,1p
and 110 voters ignored the CAV' CAM
questionof and later than
no Monday. Anyone think know about
they more Q.DAN/F 12 OZ. 69.-n65
requiring police standards for the interested should call city hall, !' his CANS 699 '
chief. selecting a chief of police than the ci- :.:S **
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964 voters turned out, or 39.1 per- think it'll be a tight election The council angered a large r' BIRCLL Moosehead
cent of the 2,463 voters registered to before it's over,"says Clerk Tucker. number of H.F. Wiggins' supporterslast NON-ALCOHOLIC
CANADIAN
vote in Starke. Clerk Neil Tucker Tucker says he saw a lot of September, when it failed to ap- Spirit Cooler BEER
had predicted 800 would turn out. younger folks, in their 20s and 30s, point Acting Chief Wiggins to fill the IIOZ.BTLS. .-PAK , Voters went nearly 3-1 against an casting ballots in the city election."A unexpired term. 4 4.39.t. 2'9 CANS Q75 399 siis 1575 "
police chief: 641 to 219. lot 11JL
Voters more young people were Quotes heard while waiting on the
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I On The flashy character "Sportin1 Life", In white derby, extols the good r,NNr
Catfish Row life to dwellers along"Catfish Itow"In Charleston.S.C..where the crippled
beggar "Porgy" and his woman "Bess" live out their checkered life. 44 A '


I 'Porgy and BeSS- Starke goes to the opera y r. '


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In spite of cold,wet weather, more than Presenting only the musical score, ding ovation as they took their final bows. v '
500 music lovers gathered in the high rather than the full production as writtenby
school auditorium Saturday night to hear the famed Gershwin brothers, George .,
The three best remembered
I George Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess" and Ira,it was the closest Starke has come songs were
sung by a notable cast in a memorable per- to opera, and the singers of"Catfish Row" the haunting "Summertime", sung by 1
and Clara (Edwina Gamer); "I Got Plenty ofNothin'
formance. were loudly applauded given a Stan-
I by Porgy (Sam Stevenson) in his
resonant bass; and the satirical "It Ain't Sam Stevenson spent an arduous evening singing while crawling
Necessarily So" by the flashy drug peddler"Sportin' on his knees with legs in splints In the difficult role of Porgy With I
Life" (Lincoln Chapman). him is his woman, "Bess", sung by soprano Elizabeth Graham.
Porgy's woman, Bess was at her best in
etJiTOniAlS the lyrical "I Love You Porgy". _"1...

Local interest was centered in the role of
I "Strawberry Woman", sung by Starke'sown
Alice Hudson,who hawked her basketof
and the Death Sentence berries in a plaintive lyric soprano
Bundy chant. Ms. Hudson, who divides her time s
between singing and teaching in Southside
Elementary School, has sung with the _
I .. Jacksonville Opera Company in a production -- r rr
If ever a man "earned" the death scenario writers through the rest of this of Puccini s "La Boheme",as well as
I penalty- was Ted Bundy. In a way, century. Certainly he has achieved with Eugene Ormandy and the
Judging by his actions and his innate more notoriety in the two decades of his Philadelphia Orchestra, and at the
ekyl/Hyde personality, it almost exploits than Mother Teresa has in a life New Academy York.of Music and Carnegie Hall in

seems as if he were asking for itor of tending to the sick and homeless.It .

must have known it was inevitable The Florida Arts Celebration, based in
is unfortunate that executions at Gainesville, draws talent from profes- n
The law of retribution, as set forth in Florida State Prison have become as sional singers, as well as those still in 1
I Exodus, says: "Wherever hurt is done, glitzy as a three-ring circus. The elec- training. The company plans to producePuccini's
you shall give life for life, eye for eye, tric chair at FSP is more photographed "Madam Butterfly" in April.

toot,.{or tooth..." ., than the throne of Pope John Paul. Bun-
The
performance here was sponsored by ... ... ,. .
is "immortalized" dttT: shirts'and
dy the Bradford Hospital and co-presented by
Many years later, this Old Testament pillow tops with such gauche messagesas Santa Fe Community College Andrews Strawberry Woman
doctrine was modified by Jesus who "Tuesday is Fry-Day for Bundy". Center.
taught: "Do not set yourself against the

man who wrongs you. If someone Alice Hudson, Starke's own lyric
In spite of living a lifetime within ten
the cheek offer soprano, had the colorful role of
you on right turn and TO THE
miles of the have attended
prison we LETTERS
,
him your left..." EDITOR "Strawberry Woman" in Saturday
only one execution, and that was in a night's production of "Porgy".
...
The two teachings are not time when they were carried out in a

incompatible- is a difference bet- routine atmosphere of dignityno 'A Place to Go
pickets, no T-shirts, no television
ween exacting the death penalty solely
for and demanding it in the cameras, no inquiring reporters askingfor :.
revenge
name of justice and for- protection of sidewalk opinions on the death Parents of Bradford County...
society from compulsive serial killers penalty, and no last minute appeals for I am a teenager of Bradford County and
like Ted clemency on minor technicalities. would like to express my feelings and ask
Bundy. 'few about
you a questions an importantissue

without and In his last hours Bundy may have in Starke.In .
Bundy operated remorse
three times demonstrated his continu- given a clue, at least in part, to his ac- the past few years, parents have you
noticed the mileage on your teenager's car
ing threat to society by proving himselfto tions during this ghastly reign of terror. rapidly increasing?Are you tired of giving
be an escape artist who twice fled In a final interview, he told of a growing $10 a shot for gas on Friday and Saturday

from prisons in Colorado, and was addiction to pornography, starting in nights.
thwarted in an attempted escape from early childhood and developing, as he Do you realize the youth of Bradford
Florida State Prison, where he was matured, into a compulsive urge to have no place to go? All we can do is drive
his fantasies with the around. We cannot in
satisfy savage even park a parking
found to have concealed hacksaw
two lot to talk to friends without a officer
violation and murder of women police
young
.
blades under his mattress and had r
and at least child. running us off. What's worse is that ten
already cut through one of the cell bars. one minutes later that same police officer will
be parked in that same parking lot,talkingto
In spite of Bundy's previous decep- friend HIS I this
a of To me, does not
How many more innocent lives would tions and disregard for the truth, we can seem fair. .
have been sacrificed had these ':
escape hope that this statement will be '
ac- There should be a place for our youth to Dramatic
: Scene
been successful? The .
attempts thirty- the American
cepted by a go in Bradford such as a designated park-- .
five or more murders he is believed to warning of the possible danger from the ing lot to park In,a place for us to socialize r -r
have committed may have reached 50 flood of pornography that threatens to in. A police officer could patrol it
or more by now. pollute our news and entertainmentmedia whenever he is in the area. He would also ,
as much as the garbage that is have the right to search a vehicle if he
Criminal psychologists; tell us that overflowing our landfills. suspects that alcohol is being used.

serial killers like Bundy commit their To me, the old Winn-Dixie looks like the J ,
heinous crimes because it makes them Bundy did not fit the concept of a perfect place to build a skating rink or a
I'm the
dance spot. yough agree I
"feel good". It is their weird way of get- mass murderer. He was personablewhen sire
ting a "high", not too much unlike that ( he wanted to be), had movie- Maybe if the youth of Bradford County /
had a place to go or something to do for
derived from dope addiction. They: kill quality good looks, was articulate, and fun, it might cut the crime and mischief
with their hands because quick killing too clever, certainly, for his own good. rate in Bradford County. -L

with a gun would rob them of some of One U.S. district judge described him as Please, parentswe, the youth, are .
the pleasure. "a diabolical genius... probably the pleading for your help. Help us find a placeto 1 r,
most competent serial killer in the coun- go on weekends) A place for all of the (

Serial killers, psychologists say, try at this time." youth in Bradford County Okay?

"have an inordinate need for sensation- Thank you,
seeking behavior, and this is undoubtedly Now he is gone. Kelll Kitchens,Starke

fed by their egos and the widespread
attention given their crimes in the news His life wasted" and ultimately endingin

media, both print and electronic. death... the same penalty that he FORESTRYIN -- f
himself demanded and inflicted on

half a hundred innocent vic-
perhaps
COUNTYI
Bundy must have obtained great tims. BRADFORD
satisfaction from _
being the leading '
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character in five sensational books and ti
a television mini-series. More books and We cannot help but feel that the world apology want to to everyone open this who message may have with been an Bess trees to resist the advances or Crown (William
TV dramas will undoubtedly follow in will be a safer place in which to live smoked in by a prescribed burn along SR |baa been biding out on an Island after killing a man during Drake) Whet
the months and years to come. He has because of what took place at Florida 100 last week. I realize how bad the smoke game. a crap .
State Prison Tuesday morning. was and apologize for any inconveniencethis
material
to last
provided enough .
may have caused you. It is our hope
that within the next week we can completethe

woods burning and still of 100 keep acres the smoke of very down hazardous some. Prescribed Fire... the why and how of it

JRlb4 BRADFORD cot.. Thank you for understanding. natural regeneration of
pine
control
tl: Prescribed fire is a tool which should be diseases of and the prescribe burning are: (1) a north wind of
pine
d used In'a skillful manner, with certain open understory 5 to 10 miles per hour (2) one-half to one-
for easier Prescribed fire
weather conditions a specific place, fora access. .also Improves Inch of rain one to three days before (J)
ZJrrap1Cs the
upHnrnru-r| nC the > ;m specific purpose, to achieve air temperature of 20
vIa specific making it more All of these degrees to 90 degrees
results. It is also the most effective tool in benefits increase the park-like.value of your timber F, and a relative humidity of M to 60%.
preventing wildfire available to a Landowner and These conditions occur after the passing of
SOS o. -JOHN M.MIUIM and your property.The a cold
mcysoN a concerned and careful front. Always consult weather
most effective type of fire la
rioN 'viti........ public. the forecasts prior to any burn.
.
% backing fire. This fire backs Into the wind
published. each Thunder/and entered on Second Class Matter at Most of us realize that prescribed burnIng rather than running along with It.This Is a If you own a woodlot and have been
the Post Office)at Stake.florida.under. Act of March 3. 379. is used to reduce dangerous accumul- much slower moving and easier to control wondering how to pass through It without
lions of fuels in a stand of trees, but other fire. Certain weather conditions ripping your clothe,off,consider prescrib
Phone 964-4305 Subscription Rate 11 Trade Area $14.00 per year;59 00 six months > benefits come from regular burning. Pro. on fire to are ed fire as a tool. A word of WARNINO
necessary any prescribed make
P.O.Drawer A: Stake.Florida Outride trade Area 9 1 S.OO per year; S3.SO six months. per burning will increase forage for control easier and reduce damage to the thoughfire la a dangerous tool and ems
I wildlife or cattle, prepare a seedbed for crop trees. Ideal weather conditions for Division of Forestry IS available la a.rts*.
you if you need help. : ?. t J

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'.d> .... . How's The Family? . .

By Rev. Ed Kirkland, M.DIv., pastor of the Klngsley Lake Baptist
Church, located 10 minutes east of Starke on Hwy. U at Klngsley Lake.
I -j js" Rev. Kirkland answers questions on the family In this column from a
I Christian perspective. Send your question or comment to: How's The
Family, 6337 Seminole St., Starke, Fl. 32091.


s""{ L Growing a Family Together Can Be Fun... f

If you have anything on the ball at all as a parent, then you realize your
children are growing up right under your nose) You also realize that before
r you know it, they will be out on their own in the world. :
.I Even though that thought probably just brought a smile across your face
(especially if yours is two and petty-training),the truth is you're still worried -
about it. You want to knov how to pull your family together before :
that separation time. Also, you want to know how to pass on values and
goals you hold to your kids.
',"' ,I') One way to grow together is to find a recreation that everyone in your .l s_ _
,... .. family enjoys doing. This works especially well if you begin when your
t.-
!I .."" ; I I. ;. ".. children are young.It can do a tremendous amount of good in your family
""I'r::" #: 'l-:4t-; .:: as well as just be a lot of fun.
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: begin with, need
to select
: ,'l':1..';;::" -i .". ::-- you a"family sport"which everyone enjoys
,"h".1'W.'f\ ". and everyone can participate in. It's not going to work if you have to leave
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that
\',_..,,.."'''..,i ........... .-."' involved in different respect,individual children being
; 't'l"' .. .'I \'j\o\ sports may be good for the child, but can actually
; >,: 'j-" : t'' :r.: cause a family to grow apart if you're not careful.
: .ot.'i, So, pick something everyone enjoys. That will make it a whole lot easier
/,' '"i/I"'i''I" :;...).".. :-f to get them to come willingly and have a good time when they have to leave
'-, 'Jr.,; ,;.'' ..,...;''"'# "'.,. .. something else behind they wanted to do with friends. Also, by picking a
family activity no one person excels In,it gives everyone equal footing and
I Veronica Taylor" Stephen Starling opportunity to learn, grow and get the attention and reward they need.
After you have decided on your family activity, plan it with some -4 ..
Lisa Alvarez&Stephen Rodgers Don't try and do it every single week. That's going to burn
Taylor-Starling EngagedMr. everybody out on it. Still take advantage of this "nitch" you've found for
your family. Consider doing it learn be ''t
every month or two and to flexible. _
&Mrs. A.B. Jolly of Raiford announce the engagement Alvarez-Rodgers to be Married If things come up that require it to be changed,do so in order that everyonecan aY
of their daughter,Veronica Anne Taylor, to Stephen I participate. Then, when the time comes make sure everyone is
Wayne Starling, son of Mr. & Mrs. Ed Starling of Raiford Mr. & Mrs. Harold A. Alvarez announce the engagement together. Otherwise your entire purpose is spoiled.I
The wedding will be at Fellowship Baptist Church on I and approaching marriage of their daughter Lisa Also, be creative in it. Consider choosing backpacking, camping, water
May 6,1989.The Kay to Stephen Paul Rodgers,son of Mr.and Mrs.James !
,or else
H. sports something out of the ordinary routine.Let s face it-a trip to
bride-elect attends Santa Fe Community College, Rodgers of Macclenny.The the mall just doesn t qualify as something that brings a family together.You .
The groom-to-be is employed by the Department of Cor bride-elect is a 1982 BHS graduate and Is employed need to get away from others and let your family be alone together.
in
rections New River West. the Bradford Clerk's Office. The groom-to-be is a 1980 Then, forget the office and let the world blow up for the day. Just simply
graduate of Baker County High School and is employed by have some fun together.The .
Publix Warehouse in Jacksonville. rewards of this kind of thing can be many.First-certain things hap-
The wedding will be an event of February 11 at 7:30: p.m. pen when a family is in this kind of atmosphere that just doesn't happen
at Northside
invited to attend.BlackburnMassey Baptist. Church. All friends and relatives are anywhere else. Everybody lets their hair down. Kids get to see their
parents actually having fun! They may not realize you can do that! And,
you become more available for your kids. Also, you get to see them grow-
ing up and learning to enjoy life, be fair and accept challenges.
To Wed Another thing to consider about a family acivity is that if you do it really
Robert and Martha Blackburn of Lawtey announce the well, it never has to end.The family that shared this idea with me started
engagement of their daughter, Pencie Sue to Bruce Ed- when their children were young.Now two have their own families and one
ward Massey, son of Edward and Sue Massey of Lawtey. is away at school.Still,they all hold one week a year open on their calendarfor
S The wedding will be held April 1 at 7 p.m. at First Bap- a family vacation". They meet together at a lake (they chose water
tist Church of Starke. sports) and have a ball. Now, grandchildren are getting involved. They
S l The bride-elect is a 1986 BUS graduate and is employedwith even give out trophies so each grandchild gets one for something. Now, ,y O
.ry Olan Mills Studios of Jacksonville. The groomtobeis they see a family still together and passing it on to another generation.That -,,
a 1981 BHS graduate and is employed with Lawtey Cor- sounds like a good investment to met!
n rectional Institution.All .
( friends and relatives are invited to the wedding. Local Resident To Judge JU PageantFive Happy'

s9I prominent judges from determine the winner as eight JU Birthday .
I t various fields of interest will serveon coeds compete in private interviews,
a panel to select the new Miss evening gown, swimsuit and talent
r Sitmer-Andrews Plan March WeddingMildred Jacksonville University on Friday, divisions. The winner will receive a Sheila ,
J Feb. 3.Shan. $1,000 scholarship to Jacksonville
Melodee Sitmer of Lawtey, daughter of Mrs. Johns of Starke, consultantto University and compete in the Miss
Mary Hyder and the late George E. Hyder of Henderson- the Bradford County Strawberry Florida Pageant in Orlando in June., Love, t
ville,N.C.,announces her engagement to Milton Gene An- Queen Pageant and member of the Mack,
., .- drews of Lawtey,son of the late Milton&Evelyn Andrewsof Bradford Community Players The fifth Miss Jacksonville by Amber&
'" Jacksonville.The Group, will serve as a judge, along University Scholarship Pageant Is
: March wedding will be held in Jacksonville.The with Dale Saville from New Smyrna an official Miss America $ Askea
bride-elect graduated from Palm Beach High Beach Dr. Chris Law fromReidsville preliminary pageant and will be .p
".J- School. The groom-to-be is a graduate of Paxon High Ga., Margaret Garrison held on campus in Swisher .
School In Jacksonville.PencleBiackburn&Bruc.Mas.ey York, and Anne St. Pierre of Auditorium at 8 p.m.Friday: ,Feb.3. 'a
Miramar. Tickets are$5 general admission, $3
, MOOdy Adams At BayleSS Baptist The Judges will score points to students at the door. .+ lro
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Moody the well-known and
evangelist t.r: -
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( Remember... author,will be speak lag at. Bayless--Hlghway' BaptistChurch .
To say "I Love You" with our on Saturday Feb. 4, at 730.: Everyone is invited L1I :
Valentine Special LoveLlnes. This
special page with your message will
be printed on Feb. 8. Send your Earn high school 4 1e
message and a check for $5 to the your

Fla.Telegraph 32091.! P.O. Drawer A, Slarke diploma by taking the G.E.D. _

Don't Forget! test. For further informationcall


Mappy 18th 964-6800, ext. 122. ; I LINES OF LOVEWhat


BirthdayLisa Deadline for registering is

January 17 Feb. 9, 1989.


Congratulations, Testing Dates and Times are: better ,;

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Love, Time 6:00 til 1OOO
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Mom 1'jrrINfmII.,
!fappa family&friends 1/28 OCT-PO 5134 to Happy Valentine's Day, Sarah!

We love you!
expressyour

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that

The Bradford County School Board very special

Jim Duncan, Superintendent person.

Department of Curriculum and Instruction Simply type Amanda,

Community Education or print yourmessage I love you...
Invite in Will you marry me?


Parents of pre-school, kindergarten, and first graders, your own Wailing anxiouslypersonal

Teachers and others involved with early childhood education way!! Tom

Interested members of the CommunityTo /

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Nationally on -
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readiness and developmentally appropriate education,,' I 'Write your messages here. Cost Is $5.00 per ad.Youmay I II
'1 I pay for your Love Lines In person or by mall. I

;' '," ',' Checks and money orders are accepted. No charge .
'. '" '.'; ::" ,;I 7,,\: ,;, ; February 7, 1989 .> I sales. Make payable to BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPt

:: : .('i.:.7:00: ... 8:30: p.m. Bradford High School Media Center. j ALL LOVE LINES MUST BE RECEIVED I II II

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Important Questions to Be Addressed:' I Messages I

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What is school readiness? Should children skip a grade 1I

.. What is the difference between if they are gifted? ', I 1I

school readiness and reading. ,* My child is immature but bright I Name, .... 1I

1 readiness? should I push him? Address : I

Can age and sex difference affect What are the signs and signals of: City .State .ZIP. :1 1I

: ;i'' school success? overplacement? Phone 1I .
"r- Will a high IQ guarantee school *:Will remediation help my child ? i I

.."'.:" / success? ," 'catchup? MATT TO*. BRADFORD bOUNTY TELEGRAPH I
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Announcing... ,,' ..-..-.. ". ..... ."..... ........ ............,.... ." ,'-'- ""-'" ........,. .-...-....-".,," ..' .. .."--

...Brittany Nicole Prescott i

Michael and Deborah Prescott of
t Kingslev Lake announce the birth of

a daughter, Brittany Nicole born I I
Business Jan. if at Baptist Medical Center In

Jacksonville. Brittany weighed 10
ImprovementAward lb. 5 oz. and measured 20 3/4 Inches.
She joins 4-year-old sister Alicia the Clerk ol the Circuit/ Court Bradford
AUCTION NOTICE ... Florida during -
Colene. County Courthouse. I.. ,
NOTICE li hereby given that on Mon. of B
Maternal the regular business hour a.m.
grandparents are day January 30 1989 al 10:00: A.M..the
Mr. Sylvia Thomas Is acceptingthe Maurice and Doris Overstreet of undersigned' Gator Frelghtways' Inc., to S p.m.. Monday through Friday. at
Starke Chamber of Commerce Keystone Hts. Great-grandparents will Mil at public auction far cash at 3600 All Interested parties may oppeor
Business include Larry and Annie of old meeting and be heard with respect
Improvement Award on Depew Lloyd Rd., JockionvJIla, Fla.,
L behalf of New Method Cleaners. Waldo and Dyal W. Baldree of Lake eon. lot of bookcase, consigned' to Off thereto.
Mrs. Thomas, who has been af- Geneva. lc.Service Group, Tallaha..... Florida; Doted this 24th day of January. 1989.
COMMISSIONERS
filiated with New Method for the Paternal grandparents are on. lot of gym appar consigned to BOARD OF COUNTY COUNTY
past twenty-two years expressedNew Vaughn and Rachel Prescott of F.d.ral Corr. Intl., Tallaha..... Florida, FLORIDA. BRADFORD
Method's appreciation to all of Kingsley Lake. Greatgrandparentsare to satisfy freight' and storage charges, RAY NORMAN.CLERK
their customers for their loyalty and Leonard and Sarah Norman of under the provision' of Section 4b) of Control 0957
support during the renovation pro- Lawtey. Greatgreatgrandmotheris Uniform Standard Bill of lading. 2tchg 1/26-2/2
cess. A special thanks was also expressed Zettie Padgett also of Lawtey. Gator Frelghtwoys,
to the employees and local Carrier
) suppliers who participated In this Pro 03-073469 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
14-824545 did 10/4/88
Improvement. Young at Heart REGISTER
Control 0948 FICTITIOUS NAME
Meets Feb. 2 2tchg 1/19-26 Pursuant to Section 865.09. FloridaStatu'e.

.' Register Now For The Young at Heart of the First NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER undersigned.. notice Carolyn to hereby Cerver given.that......the 2,
ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY
Praver Conference Baptist Church will have their THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- Box 2371. Starke. FIe. 3201. sole
--- regular monthly meeting on Thurs- owner doing business' under the firm
SIONERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY.
Keig Publishes The annual Northeast Florida Remember... day, Feb. 2 at noon In the fellowship FLORIDA name ol The Sporting 0.- Route 2.
Piano CollectionBetty Prayer Conference Is now accepting To hall. Lunch will be provided by the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the Box 2375. Ita..... Fla..XW I. Intends to
registrations for their 1989 Con- say'"I Love You" with our church.An 6th day of February 1989. at 10:30: A.M.. register said fictitious name under the
Keig, retired piano and ference to be held Feb. 16-17-18. Valentine Special LoveLines. This Interesting program is plann the Board of County Commissioner' of aforesaid statute.
theory instructor at Santa Fe Com- Speakers will be Rev. Bobbie Jean special page with your message will ed. A nurse from Santa Fe Home Bradford County. Florida In r.gular s..- Doled this 16th day of January. 1989.In .
munity College, has recently had her Merck and Rev. Suzanne Hinn at be printed on Feb. 8. Send your Care, a division of Alachua General alan to be h.ld at the Board meeting Bradford County.
collection of piano pieces publishedby the Christ to the World Bible Train- message and a check for $5 to the Hopsital, will be guest speaker. room at the Bradford County Courthouse 4fpd 119.29STATE
the Boston Music Company. The ing Center. Space is limited. For Telegraph. P.O. Drawer A, Starke. Come join in the fun and fellowship. Stark., Florida, will consider the -
book contains 12 short pieces and is more information call 398-8818 Fla. 32091. following Ordinance, and the proposedenactment OF FLORIDA
titled Lines". Don't Forget thereof: JUSTICE STANDARDSAND
"Story Dana B. Morris, Coordinator. CRIMINAL
First Born AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO TRAINING COMMISSION
BASIC AND ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT
Church NewsThe AND NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL Petitioner

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES; PRO YO RICKY... EZZEll
Jacksonville District Union
VIDING REQUIREMENTS FOR CER-
.AAMwvAAvPROPOSED will be held at Greater Hope FBC for TIFICATES OF PUBLIC NECESSITY FOR R..pond.nt.NOTICE.
Zion Temple FBC from Jan. 26-28 in BASIC AND ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT OF ACTIONTO
: RICKY A. EZZELL
Jacksonville.The .
SERVICE; PROVIDING LICENSE RE-
Evangelistic Team of Elder QUIREMENTS FOR NON-EMERGENCY Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on Administrative
: HAZARDOUS WASTE INCINERATOR Reginald Cohen and Elder Percy MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES Complaint has .been filed
Gibbons will begin a two-week AND VEHICLE PERMITS: REQUIRING IN- against seeking to Revoke the law
revival at the Starke FBC from Jan. SPECTIONS AND MAINTENANCE OF enforcement you certificate h.ld by you In

.. .. 30-Feb. 10, Elder Gary Cohen, RECORDS; DESIGNATING INSPECTORS; accordance with Section 943.1395 F.S..
pastor. Everyone is welcome to ESTABLISHING FEES; PROVIDING FOR
and any rules promulgated t.reundar.You .
''II. ACTIONS AND PRO-
DISCIPLINARY
come hear these young men of God ; are required to serve a writtencopy
nightly beginning at 7:45: p.m. VIDING Th. substance AN EFFECTIVE of the DATE.contemplatedOrdinance of your Intent to request a hearing
pursuant to Section 120.57, F.S. upon
pertain to Basic and Advanced -
IIa
JEFFREY W. LONG. DIRECTOR. Division
Woman's Club Board Lit* Support and NonEmergencyMedical
of Criminal Justice Standards and Train-
Transportation S.rvic.s.Said Ing, P.O. Box 1489 Tal/aha./ .... Florida
Meets Feb. 1 contemplated ordinance b.
( may
32302 on or before March 21. 1989.
the at the offlc of
The Executive Board of the Inspected by public Failure to do so will result In a default
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford
Woman's Club will meet on Wednesday County Courthouse. Stark, Florida, dur- being entered against you to Revoke
Feb. 1 at 12 noon. All officers ing th. regular business hours of B a.m. said Certification pursuant to Section
120.60 F.S., and Rule 11B-27 F.A.C.
and chairmen are urged to attend to to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
DATED 19 1989COLONEL
: January
discuss annual
reports. All, Interested parties may appear at
If you do not want your family exposed to dangerous hazardous waste, PLEASE This will NOT be a luncheon aid meeting and b. heard with respect BOBBY R. BURKETT
CHAIRMAN-CRIMINAL JUSTICE
complete the questionnaire below and return it meeting. thereto. STANDARDS AND TRAINING COMMIS.
Doted this 24th day of January 1989.
We U-CAP (United Citizens Against Pollution) have mounted a legal and BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SION .Kendrick
By
political strategy to stop this facility. We have been at it for a year. Stephen YorkCelebrates BRADFORD COUNTY, Division RepresentativeControl

We need your voice your prayers and your financial support. Your BirthdayOn FLORIDA. RAY NORMAN CLERK 1/26-2/16 0954

donation whether it is $1.00 or 1000.00 is tax exempt. Saturday Jan. 21, Stephen Control 0956 4tchg

York was given a birthday party by 2tchg 1/26.2/2

his parents, Doug & Robbin York at NOTICE OF SALE
SURVEY
QUESTIONNAIRE
NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER
Showbiz Pizza in Orange Park. FOR NONPAYMENTOF
Number of family members at residence? Approximately 30 people attendedthe ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY STORAGE UNIT
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
Number of registered voters at residence? party, celebrating Stephen's SIONERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY, NOTICE Is hereby given that on
third birthday Jan. 24. Among February 3. 1989 at 9:30: A.M., a sale of
Number of children FLORIDA
attending public schools? guests attending were grandparentsGary contents will be held at Unit 22 CCC
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Have your or a family member attended a U-CAP meeting? YES [ 1 NO [ ] & Clarice Stephens, and John 6th day of February, 1989 at 10ooA.M.on Mini Storage, Hwy. 301 South, Starke

Would you like to have more information on the proposed hazardous waste .& Bobbie Zontin) of Jacksonville, the Board of County Commissioners' Florida. This sole Involves property

facility: ? "- YES [C'1 NO'. [ ] 101':14" .* s 131,11M.i: d /h .iii *J.i 4fo .rl i> & :along Carla with iStephen Aunt* &and Uncle Uncl Bryan* I'JRUdy& (B! .,Bradford! County Florida. In regular! ...-.:;:i belonging dyioTeMthe to Shelltf entu*Plornsby.contents of tlf fU s unit
''on"'te .toolCdl-btiot..Boord\im.'A
willing'to U-CAP" in "this York-Jacksbnville. .* a.II Jfet mc.9 the (.wilt.. conf ucted
Would you be assist fighting dangerous "fa llH jr? Out Of-town room at me'Bradford1County 'Cb'llr- pursuant to rental agreement between
YES [ ] NO [ ] guests Included Alen and Lori thouse, Starke Florida will consider' the tenant and landlord.
Thomas of Darien, Ga. following Ordinance and the proposed
Control 0955
U-CAP IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION enactment thereof:
2tchg 1/26-2
STARKE FL 32O91 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING "911"
ROUTE 2. BOX 1O34 _.
SYSTEM IN BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA. AS PUBLIC PURPOSE; PRO
VIDING FOR IMPOSITION OF LOCAL OPTION

FEE FOR NONRECURRING Remember...
CHARGES FOR INITIAL PROVISION OF
"?l]"_SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT; PROVIDING To say'"I Love You" with our
FOR COLLECTION OF SAID FEE Valentine Special LoveLlnes. This
AND P..YMENTO".DMINISTRATIVE FEE special page with your message will/
FOR COLLECTION; PROVIDING THAT be printed on Feb. 8. Send your
y a 4. COUNTY REMAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL message and a check for $5 to the
far, "911" SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT Telegraph P.O. Drawer A. Starke.
ff4e4t CHARGES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILI- Fla. 32091.
. :e4& ( TY; PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATE. Don't Forget
The substance of the contemplated
r ;a e v } r Ordinance it to Impose a local option fee
for nonrecurring charges for the Initial
provision of "911" srvlc and equipment .

In the amount of fifty cents per School Menus
I month per exchange line, up to a maxImum
SIXTEEN of exchange lines, for a period Jan. 30-Feb. 3
of eighteen ((18)) consecutive: months
Said contemplated ordinance may be Bradford Elem.&!Middle School
F J Inspected by the public at the office of Monday: Chill crackers, garden salad cinnamon

Tur....)roll. Spaghetti milk w/meat sauce cabbage
I GOLDEN slaw milk. clINe ...f.. pears, cookie, french. bread,

UrdnruU.vi. Corodog. baked. beans, mixed
PerformingArts vegetables, applesauce,browni' milk.
Thursday t Chicken aj noodles, cheese slix. buttered -
Center green peas, fruit cup. biscuits,milk.
Friday i Managers choice day.

I JSHRiMP\ now open for Mondayt _Bradford- "aptabl.High soup School cheese louM applesauce

,brownie milk
z Piano Tuesday t Barbecued pork on bun buttered corn
L. n cabbage slaw pineapple topped cake. milk.
w4 Wednesday i Salisbury steak:mashed potatoes t
Voice
'.r gravy green beans, chocolate cake. hot rolls

T& 1 Thursday milk. Chicken rice cheese stix. green
lima beans,fruit cup-cookie,cornbread,milk.Friday. .
r Managers choice day.
mJmJ Children'sTheatre AlaCarteMndsy I

Teacher. Planning Do).
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r er Owner: milkshake. O.J.Wedned.ys .
f Pizza hamburgers, trench fries.milkshakes. .
LaVon Drivas .
Thursday! Hamburgers.cpmdogs, french fries."

Call for registration: Friday milkshakes.!.Corndogs. hamburgers. french. fries

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DATES: The period for comment will be In the City of Hampton Bradford County, ,cy gives notice of the proposed determinations Range of Base
ninety ((90)) days following the second Florida are encouraged to review the of base (100-year) flood Flood Elevations
publication of this proposed rule In a preliminary FIS and FIRM available at elevations, In accordance with Section Feet (NGVD) o.pty! In Feet
newspaper of local circulation In the the address cited above. Proposed bate ,110 of the Flood Disaster Protection Act Source of Flooding Above Ground.EktvotktnIn.
community. flood elevations along flood sources of 1973 (Pub. L. 93-234)). 87 Stat. 980. .

ADDRESSES and studied In detail are shown on the flood which added Section 1363 to the National Santa F.River 89..rB9
-- : Study map. showingthe th. flood Flood Insurance Act of 1968 Tltl.
NATIONAL FLOOD profiles In Study. The sources (
2tchg 1/26-2/2
tents and for proposed base flood elevations and
INSURANCE PROGRAM the second layer of Insurance delineation studied In d.tall are: XIII of the Housing and Urban Development Control 0952'IN
Proposed Flood Elevation Determina on existing buildings and th.lr their the are available forreview Range of Bate Act of 1968 (Pub. L. 90-448))). 42
Hall
contents.Pursuant at City ,
Hampton
tion Flood Elevations U.S.C. "4001-4128 and 44 CFR Port
to the provisions of S USC Florida. 67.4(0)( ).
AGENCY: Fedora) Emergency Depty In F..t COURT OF FLORIDA.
Management CIRCUIT
THE
Agency 605b), the Administrator to whom S.nd comments to the Honorable Lola Feet (NGVD) Above Ground. These elevations, together with the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
authority has been delegated by the Williamson of Source of floodplain measures
Mayor City Hampton Flooding Elevation In management required COUNTY FLORIDA.
ACTION: Proposed rul. Director Federal Emergency Management P.O. Drawer 250 Hampton Florida by Section 60.3 of the program BRADFORD 88-564-CA
CASE NO.
}' SUMMARY: Technical Information or Agency hereby certifies that th.propo.ed 3204... Santa Fe River +" regulations, or. the minimum that are BANK OF COLUMBIA.form.rly ,
140-M40 FARM CREDIT
flood elevation determinations. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION required. They should not be construed
comment are solicited on the proposed CONTACT: FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA
bass ((100-year) flood eleva'lons shown If promulgated will not have a Mr. John l. Mattlcks, Chief Risk Studi.sDivision 2tchg 1/26-2/2 to mean the community must changeany
In your community preliminary Flood significant economic' Impact on a Federal Insurance Administration Control 0951 existing ordinances that or. more ,
Inturonce Study (FIS) and Flood Insurance flood substantial number of small entitles. A Federal Emergency Management stringent In their floodplain management Plaintiff

Rate Map (FIRM). These bate Section elevation determination under Agency Washington D.C. 20472 ((202)) requirements.Th.communlty may v.WILLIAM R. ALDERMAN and ELMO
((100-year) flood elevations are the basis 1363 forms the basis for n.w 6462767. at any time enact stricter requirementson
local a/k/a ELMO G.ALDERMAN
for the floodplain ordinances, which, If adopted by a NATIONAL FLOOD Its own, or pursuant to policies ALDERMAN
managementmeasures SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
that the local community will govern future Construction INSURANCE PROGRAMPrapa.ed established by other Federal, State or his wife:
community Is required The Federal COMPANY OF
Emergency ManagementAgency and TITLE INSURANCE
within the
to either adopt or show evidence floodplain area. The gives notice of the Flood Elevation Determlnatlons Regional entitles.These proposed elevations
of elevation determinations, however Im- proposeddeterminations will also be used to calculate the MINNESOTA
being already In effect In ord.r
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of
to po. no restriction unlsss' and until the base ((100-year) flood Del undants.
qualify or remain qualified for participa local elevations, In accordance with Section AGENCY: Federal Emergency Management appropriate flood Insurance premium NOTICE OF SALE
tion In the National Flood community voluntarily adopts Agency rat. for new buildings and their' contents
Insurance Pro of the Flood
floodplain ordinances In accord with 110 Disaster Protection Act Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto
gram. these elevations. Even If ordinances are of 1973 (Pub. L. 93-234)), 87 Stat. 980 ACTION: Proposed rule. and for the second layer and of their Insurance Summary Final Judgment of

DATES: The period for comment will be adopted In compliance with Federal which added Section 1363 to the National SUMMARY Technical contents.on existing buildings Foreclosure entered herein I will sell
: Information
nln.ty ((90)) days following the second standards, the elevations prescribe how Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (Title orcommsnts the property situated In Bradford County
solicited the Punuont to the of 5 USC
of build XIII of the Housing and Urban Development are on proposed provisions Florida described follows:
publication this high to In the and as
proposed rule In floodplain do not
a base 605b the
((100-year) flood elevations ( ). Administrator to whom
Act of 1968 (Pub. L. 42 shownIn To the described real estate
newspaper of local circulation 'In the prohibit development. Thus, this action 90-448))) has been the following
community. only forms the basis for future local ac U.S.C. "4001-4128 and 44 CFR Part67.4a your community's preliminary Flood authority delegated by situate, lying and being In the County of
( ). Insurance Study (FIS) and Flood Insurant Director Federal Emergency Management
Bradford Florida to-wit
ADDRESSES: Study and maps showing Itself lions It It has Imposes no economic no new r.qulr.m.nt Impact. : of These elevations, together with the Rate Mop (FIRM). These bate Agency hereby certifies that th.propa.ed S 'A of County SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 (Except: theWest
the base ((100-year) flood elevations flood elevation determinations
proposed
flood elevations and Lessees and owners of real floodplain management measures required or. the basis If will 250 feet) and N '/ of SE 1/4 Ex. 2
their property for the promulgated not have
delineation or. available for In the Unincorporated Areas of Bradford by Section 60.3 of th. program floodplain management a Ac. In SW corner and E '/, of SE 101 SE .
review at the Planning and Zoning regulations, are the minimum that measures that the community Is required 'significant economic Impact on a
County, Florida or. encouraged to are substantial number of small entitles. A 1/4, Section 20, Township 7 South
to either
Deportment County Courthouse adopt or show evidence
required. They should not be
review the preliminary FIS and FIRM construed Rang. 22 East.
Stark., Florida. of being already In effect In order flood elevation determination und.rS.cllon
the to
to mean
And
community must
available change
at the address cited :
above.
Send comments to th. Honorabl. Proposed base flood elevations any existing ordinances that are mar..tr'ng.nt qualify or remain qualified for participa 1363 forms the basis for new W 'A of SW 1of NW 1/4 and SE 1/4 of
Wilbur along lion In the National local ordinances, which. If adopted by a
Waters, Chairman Flood Insurance
Pro
County Commission 'In their
flood sources studied In detail floodplain management SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 Ex 1'A acres In NE corner -
or. will future
of Bradford County P.O. Box shown on the flood profiles the requirements.The community may gram. jocal community govern construction and NW 1/.. of SW 1/4 and S% of SW
Study. within the floodplain The
1148 Stark., Florida 32091. The flood at any time enact stricter requirementson DATES In. .. area. 1/4 of SW 11... Section 21, Township 7
FOR FURTHER sources studlsd In detail or.: : period tor comment; >::! t.cninety ;;; elevation determinations, however. Impose -
INFORMATION CON. It. own or pursuant to policies ((90)) the second South Range 22 East
Range of Bas.Flood days following
TACT: Mr. John L. Mattlcks, Chief Risk established by other Federal State or no restriction unless and until the, And
Elevations publication of this rule In :
Studies Division Federal Insurance Administration Depth In Feet Regional entitles These proposed elevations newspaper of local rrapa..d In the a floodplain local community ordinances voluntarily In accord adopts with NW 1/4 of NW 1/4-Section 28,Township
Federal will also be used
Emergency to calculate the
Abov. 7 South Range 22 East
Ground community. these elevations. Even If ordinances are
Manag.m.nt flood
Agency Washington D.C. appropriate Insurance premium And
20472. ((202)) 646.2767.SUPPLEMENTARY Source of Flooding F..t"EI.valian(NGVDI In rates for new buildings and their Contents ADDRESSES: Study and maps showing adopted In compliance with Federal That:part of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and SE 1/4
and for the second layer of Insurance the proposed base flood elevations and standards, the elevations prescribe how of NE 14 lying North of County Rood No.
Santo F.River 74-144 their delineation available for high to build In the floodplain and do not
INFORMATION: Th. on existing buildings and their are 18, Section 29 Township 7 South Rang.
Federal Emergency Manag.m.nt Agency Little Santa contents. review the City Hall Breaker Florida. prohibit development. Thus, this action 22 East
.
gives notice of the proposed determinations F.lak. .144144 Pursuant to the provisions of S USC Send comments to th. Honorable only forms the basis for future local ac All above described lands lying and being
of base ((100-year) flood Santa F.Lok. 144- .1442tchg 605b( ), the Administrator to whom Thomas B. Hamilton Mayor Town of tions. It Imposes no new requirement: of In Bradford County Florida.

elevations. In accordance with Section 1/26-2/2 authority ha. been d.l.gat.d by the Brooker P.O. Box 127, Breaker Florida Itself It has no economic Impact. At public sale, to the highest and best
110 of the Flood Disaster Protection Act Control 0950 Director, Federal Emergency Management 32622. lessees and owners of real property bidder for cash at the main entrance of
of 1973 (Pub. L. 93.234)), 87 Stat. 980 Agency, hereby ceniflts that the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CON- In the Town ol Brooker Bradford County the Bradford Count Courthouse In
which added Section 1363 to the National proposed flood elevation determinations. TACT: Mr. John L. Mattlcks. Chief Risk Florida or. encouraged to review Starke, Bradford County Florida at
Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (Title NATIONAL FLOOD If promulgated will not hove a Studies Division Federal Insurance Administration the the preliminary address FIS and FIRM availableat 11:00: A.M., on the 9th day of February.
cited above.
XIII of the Housing and Urban Development INSURANCE PROGRAM significant economic Impact on a Federal Emergency Proposedbase 1989.
Act of 1968 (Pub. L. 90-448))), 42 Proposed Flood Elevation Determination substantial number of small entitles. A Managsment Agency Washington D.C. flood studied elevations along flood WITNESS My hand and official seal I of
U.S.C. "4001-4128 and 44 CFR Part flood elevation determination under 20472. ((202)) 646.2767.SUPPLEMENTARY sources In detail are shown on said court this 20th day of January 1989.
the flood the The
67.4a( ). AGENCY: Federal Emergency Management Section 1363 forms the basis for new profiles Study. flood Ray Norman
studied detail
These elevations, together with the Agency local ordinances, which If adopted by a INFORMATION: The sources are: Clerk of Court

floodplain management measures required ACTION: Proposed Rul.. local community will govern future construction Federal Emergency Management Agen- StarkeChurch Control 0953
by Section 60.3 of the program SUMMARY: Technical Information or within the lloodplrln area. The 2tchgll26-2/2
regulations, Or. the minimum that or. comments or. solicited on the proposed elevation determinations, however. Impose 1M of Christ
required. Th.y should not b. construed base ((100-year) flood elevations shown no restriction unless and until the STARKE
to mean the community must change In your community's preliminary Flood local community voluntarily adopts CHURCH OF GOD Corner Hwy 16 & McMahon LAMP OF JESUS
any existing ordinances that or. mar. Insurance Study (FIS) and Flood Insurance floodplain ordinances In accord with 9648594We
stringent In th.lr floodplain management Rote Mar.FIRM( ). Th... base these elevations. Even If ordinances or. 422 N. St. Clalr- 964-5445 nude to hear the CRAFT/CONSIGNMENT
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I I'l' Ladies Beat Hawthorne, Fall to KHS '. .. "I.. :

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The Lady Tornado basketball ,.',.
team did not fare too well in dipping
Into sub-3A competition this week
They got by Hawthorne easy
enough 58-26, but were upset 54.40

Tuesday night, Jan. 24, at Keystone i'c-, :: :" : ,_. ,' .;.. .. ,-' ',' .' ",'" .:. .;';. ','-' ."':::: .. _: -, '-- ':', ,,::. :: ....;..
High.
BHS is 11-3 at this point.


Upcoming... TERWILLEGAR
BHS goes to Ocala Vanguard
tonight (Thursday. Jan. 26))
Vanguard is the main competition
for the District 5-3A title. It's also a
district game. Chrysler Plymouth Dodge


Friday night, Jan. 27, BI-IS is at Dodge Trucks Jeep Eagle Inc.
home against Lake Weir for a 7 p.m. ,
tip-off. It's the second annual
homecoming game/parent's night.
Parents will be introduced at 6:45:

p.m. Now Offering

Next Thursday, Feb. 2, BHS is r
home, hosting Gainesville Eastside
Factory Warrantyon
Keystone 51 BIIS 40

"When your opponent is fired up

and coach's you are nightmare over confident," says it createsa Brad- all Chrysler Products!

ford High Coach John Slater. Drive...
This was the situation Tuesday BUS forward Rhonda Bright drive Inside against Hope Arzle of KIIHS.
night, Jan. 24, at Keystone Heights,
Slater says when his 11-2 Lady Tor- Evette Covington had 7 rebounds. Ladies coasted to to a 58-26 win.
nadoes were upset 54-40 In a Every girl made a solid contributionas
rebuilding year for Keystone High. rodlord 10 t 1 14 40 Coach Slater rotated personnel
The Lady Tornadoes were out to KorttonoHIgh. 13 1J HIT (4 every four minutes.
..
does .dlord Might Monk Wllll./lo-li.Don N.
that not
prove young equal an -
mon 011/14 Ivotlo Covington' 1.4.h..d.
automatic loss against a veteran .rl h4.I2.9. Annotto flmmoni 1.2/3.4. Aurlllo
team. Keystone handed the Lady Willi....0121.Total 11./24.40.. Leading scorers were Monic
Tornadoes their third regular season K.v..ono Might' HAnl., ..1/2.11. 'Strickland Williams with 14 points and Annette
loss. Bradford was unable to get its 4.1/2.9. SKangal. 11/14 L.. ." Owom 14010. Simmons with 10 points.? Dana Nor-
Groom I 0-1.t SlrmopolloM 0-1.Totoln, .23.5/16.54.
running game going due to a lack of man did a super job of running the
rebounds, 18 for the game, and some BUS 58 Hawthorne 26 offense, Coach Slater said. Rhonda
great shooting by Keystone and Fresh from a Jan. 17 home win, Bright, Evette Covington and Ar-
some shooting by BHS ((12/48 or the Lady Tornadoes welcomed the rilla Williams were strong on the
25%, Coach Slater says. Class 1A Lady Hornets from boards.
"We had 27 turnovers to go along Hawthorne to town last Wednesdaynight rodlord IS U 10 17 .. U

with the poor shooting. This and our Howthomo. Monk," Willi....4.1.3/4 0 .14 4.Honor t ( ...,25r.dfordl ., D- -
inability to stop the Keystone guards The Lady Hornets are a very 3.1/3...DOM Nornton 104 Mlondo Srlghl' 1.0-2.An. r
from penetrating by our guards young and pesky team which forced ..... II....... 4.2/4.10. AI..",. Willi.. ... 10/11 q
helped Keystone do us in, said the Lady T's to shoot poorly from the loloro 11.1.6-11I.Jocfcun 3.0-0.Arrillo Wllllomi I 3/14.Totoln'

Coach Slater. floor, only 25 percent the first half. Howthomol Howlilnl .4. 0/'.i. D....... 104 I. i/
Monic Williams led BITS with 16 The depth and experience of the Tfiotnoi 3./4.0. Wlllloml 11/14. 1.Mo... 1.0-2. ,
points Rhonda Bright added Q Lady Tornadnon nnirl off i.i the Totalll 11-4/192. : tt


I JV Girls Edge Lady Indians in Close Game t

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The JV Lady Tornadoes edged R. Ross led BHS with 13 points, S. Totals: 15,1-6/14-39.
39-36 by the Keystone High junior Brown had 11, R. Padgett 9. Keystone High: Vanessa Brown
varsity girls at KHS Tuesday night, Bradford 8 8 11 12 39 2-0/3-4.Jana Shaddix 5-1/2-1 lRhon-
I Jan. 24.BHS Keystone 14 6 6 10 36 da Singletary 1-0/2-2, Karen Col-
was down 20-16 at the half, Bradford High: B.Ross 6-1/7-13, eman 3-2/5-8,Jeri Witt 3-0/2-6,Dawn
but won the third period 11-6 and the D.Holiday 1-0-2, S.Brown 4-3/3-11, Murphy 1-1/2-3, J.Martin. 1-0-2.
fourth period 12-10. R.Padgett 3,1-0-9, T.Powell, 1-2/2-4. Totals: 1641636.



. BUS Wrestlers Roll Over Suwannee 699The Located behind


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Tornado Wrestling team roll period. The Tornado record is now ing fifth in a field of nine teams with Dept.
ed over an apparently weaker 8-1. 79 points.
Suwannee team Thursday, Jan. 19,
69-9, at the Tornado Gym. rodford*f.Suwonnoo 9 Flagler won the tournament with
Winning all but two matches, the 103-Waldron plnnod' by Morgan 1.47112Cowlord 213 points Bishop Kenny 134,
Aclholdor.38 Leesburg 129,Middleburg 102,Brad- ,
'I I! jj Tornadoes were close, again, to a plnnod 1
W 119-Hankorton WOjlP dofgylt ..... i ford 79, Eastside 67.5, Tallahassee i .
li! clean sweep-against'a team'ronJsidered "l. ,
III1) ; US Wllllomi Nolland71 39 "':" ""UI c .J "l.t nomwo0A0.1' "r)0 ooMiorlo:
to be much more powerful 130--Brad Hamilton plnnod won fay'0"." Lincoln 515 Spruce Creek 41.5, Chrysler ,, ,,.., .' '" ,I,....""". u.' I ".... ., 1
than they appeared Thursday. 'IM Jacob..n plnn.d How.. I 05 Florida Deaf and Blind 27.
Crawford, Williams, Jacobsen ',JO Clark 10"0 Phillip.6.SSI.O..nd -" John O. Williams was selected as Service paf
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ad the tournament's
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132-Trlmblo plnnod Fowl.r 2 07
pinned their opponent in the first 160-llionboo plnnod' Hoy.48 Wrestler. U) Terwillegar g
171-Dougloi' plnn.d Sou 3 23 Five Tornado wrestlers placed In
189 SHI Hamilton Blolr' 236 S Ford
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230: -Shotor plnnod Hu.'.,. :16275B.w
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] BHS Improves to 12-2 with Two St.raip'ht UTnQ

X91117 'N>'-, - -- --0".0
Tornado cagers Improved their
record to 12-3 with two wins this Eugene Blye led BUS with 22 BUS 94 Baker 65 ..-..._.4 .. I1 II 04
week wining 8549 Tuesday night. points, mostly by penetrating down Tornado O.kNI,5........ II7 IIMM II II1
cagers continued their d ( "./ ... .. .
wry sr0. N/
Jan. 24, at Ocala Forest and 9445 close.Four Tornadoes scored in dou- mastery of Baker High with a 9445 .,|../..... O.d,. CWMT "'/$- ', M..u.... /MI.11
over Baker High on the Bradford ble figures, Blye with 22 win 5.13.1Male Lana 1.11.'. .
Chandler on the Bradford Mcr jMklM OJ/d-U.
High floor
court Jan. 21. with 17 Stacy Jenkins and Marvin last .It.* IhiM.U. 14-1 ,..... .... t-/l+. Pi mil.
BHS is 6-0 in and right with Ocala Lane with 12 each and Wendell Hud- Saturday BHS beat night lJaker Jan.97-62 21.in Macclen- .nods I.",..,..1.+..3....Oimrilf,..1611..Iram... ../.... K..ta MM
Vanguard District 5-3A play. son added 8 points. ny last Dec. 16. Mw Wtlii MMl4-.. lnrtMT -./.-.. CNIo
OlraiK"'/" ',"!.>OhM*-l/.l,Mwra Utallwy
BUS 85- O.Forest 69 BHS wasn't getting back on Tornado '4.I-I/M4 b4 ItomifteM/ .../.-... Htmmm *. loa
cagers jumped out to a 3.1.0/0-f. .
McKmlrM
defense
and Forest 11 Uny Waot 14H.On
Defense, defense stressed Coach got some easy 24-13 advantage and kept pouring in 7.nl..1O..tlU..
baskets
Rowland Cummings! and when early in the game. BHS the baskets. It was another team ef
they began defense the Road...
playing
1 decided to play some defense they trapping and fort. Five Bradford players hit in
Tornado five beat Ocala Forest 8569on getting some turnovers, and led by double figures and another had 9 Tornado cagers are on the road for
the road Tuesday night Jan. 24.. eight.38-30.at the half. The Tornado points Stacy Jenkins led with 14 three games this coming week.
five padded the lead beating Forest points, Eugene Blye had 13, John Friday,Jan.'J:1.BHS plays at Mid-
Pedro Carter was sick and had only 22-15 in the third period. Berry and Pedro Carter 12 each, dleburg High.
four points. But Harold Chandler Wendell Hudson 11, and Marvin Saturday Jan. 28, BHS plays at
picked up the slack by scoring 17 Oc.l 1 *.d... 1117111. .. M Lane 9.BHS. Gainesville High. Coach Cummings
points.Chandler is a good basketball ndterdl -. Mny ......10! ,10. If,.24.. M expects a tough game. BHS won
player points out Coach Rowland Mr.. C..Mr......W uMI Hud.? .?...II/.-.|,Me./t-U..,. hit the boards hard and 85-74 here but it'll be tougher over
f "-. Cummings. Lana.-....ltar.14, Ch......61/1.17.11.17 j ,,fcta, shared the rebounds. there, Coach Cummings says.
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"That's 1..Trvln 017.14/1.1.5..1|.PInch"|/].|.Da.... Baker is struggling this season. Tuesday, Jan. 31, BHS goes to
"1-. '"'' '" ..... the way Its been this P,1.61/1.1.'......M.IJ/lt-1.
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season. Somebody always picks toMI MOMI'" 1WIIII.onol.,| .-...
I John terry puw wide under strong defensive, preuure. tho.. Klarlr.I points out Coach Cumm up tmaat M.OnI..I 1-4/4.14..01.-.Mntoy.7.t..UI M/T-JO.4.13/17.fl 4.*...hor ...-.. see season.Bradford playing well this court.ROME handled. pretty easy on the Bradford


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The JV five split the week, beating LIDUIDATION Does It Again!
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Terry Berry had six points In the 9
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had 4, Andre Lee 2, and Allen /Mo. 36 Mos. -
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Allen Jenkins Ted BUS with 16 Pay-TV (ANT/AUX) switch for remote control :- -__ ___ 122 Channel Cable Capability

points Terry Berry scored 14 points access to a scrambled cable channel looped 28 Function Remote '
and Clarence Williams 12. through a convertor box

GHS BHS led led 30-24 14-10 at the after half first and period.44-38 VIP(Viewing Interval Programming) automatically 21 Day, 6 Program Timer & More

after the third period. BITS: won the turns your TV on and off or blocks viewing of shows 2 Reg. Price $563.00you

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I No Hunting on County Roads, Commissioners Tell Hunting Clubby



Buster Kahn sidered the Issue November 7, when since the Game and Fresh Water seconded Carter's motion to allow explained the opposition voiced by hunting, "anyone" could hunt there
B CT Staff Writer the Cypress Hunt Club asked for approval Fish Commission does not object, hunting on the county grade area residents,and that Rowe seem- and hunting would not be limited to
No hunting will be allowed from to hunt on the road that runs and the road Isn't used either by the Chandler voted with Carter and ed agreeable to drop his request on the club members. The county road
county roads,Bradford County Com- throuth the 3,000 acres leased by the U.S. Mail service or county school Waters; the request was approved. behalf of the hunt club. would, In essence, be open to
missioners decided Wednesday, club from the Hogan Smith estate.In buses. When the commissioners met Martin cited 3 reasons,other than "public" hunting.In .
Jan. 18, after considering a requestfor that meeting, Commission Commission chairman Wilbur January 9,Lt. Colonel Larry Martin objections by area residents: the January 18 meeting, Chair-
the third time. Chairman Lawrence Mosley objected Waters, who had voted to allow hunting attended the meeting to express his Any relaxation of the road hun- man Waters said "I was under the
Reversing a decision made In the to approving the request, and on the road in the prior meeting, objection to allowing hunting on the ting rule will quickly stimulate additional impression that the request was approved
December 5 meeting to allow the received support from Commis- indicated he continued to favor approving county road, with Commission requests. by the Game Commission.
Cypress Run Hunting Club to hunt sioners Joe Rlddick and E.L. Nor- the request by the Cypress Chairman Waters changed his The agency must deal with the Attorney Green said, "I may have
from the Sampson City grade, the man; the request was denied. Hunt Club. stand, saying, "We'll take care of entire road,or at least a well defined been responsible for your thinking. I
commissioners were reacting to a After Commissioner Ross Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr., It," boundary. In this case the boundary was misinformed."
visit from Col. Larry Martin, Chandler replaced Mosley on the moved to approve the request, but Col. Marlin followed his visit witha along the north portion of SW 21st Carter moved to rescind the
regional director of the Florida board, the issue re-surfaced, with did not get a second from either letter to County Attorney Buzzy Street Is not that well defined and resolution allowing the hunting, and
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- Jim Rowe attending the December 5 Chandler, Riddick or Norman. Green, dated Jan. 10, In which he would pose an enforcement pro- the motion carried unanimously.State .
mission. meeting to ask why the hunting club Waters relinquished the chair to said that he had met with Tom laws prohibit hunting from
The commissioners first con- was turnM d"wn. more especially County Clerk Gib Brown, and Rowe, the son of Jimmy Rowe, and blem.When and if the road is open to county roads.Hampton .


Water Rate Increase



I Considered in HamptonA \tt.(


water rate Increase may be in we can." .
the making for residents of Hampton Mayor Lola Williamson asked why \ .- t Straight A
if the council cannot find money does it take two people about 40 ,
elsewhere to replace a reserve fand hours to read the meters now and Students...
to cover the bond payments coming Mr. (Kenneth)Brown used to do it in These third -ilxth grade
four hours." t Hampton Elementary tudent
due.Terms agreed upon when bonds Employees of the Water Depart- P made straight A',on their report

were issued several years ago to improve ment are now working 70 hours per c.. 1 a card for the put six-week grading
the water system in the city, week, it was stated: one man is on a
that a reserve fund must be 40 hour week and a second man C, period.
stipulate left to In the
k From right rein
works 30 hours. I
maintained in an amount sufficientto + '
cover the payments due in a given To be a full time employee, a Tori Heney,Jennifer Barley
year, and revenues must be suffi- minimum of 30 hours must be Tracey McCullough,Mirny Brown
cient to maintain and operate the scheduled. And to meet requirements Y aDd Charlotte Smith.
system.A of the equal employment In the middles Allsha Baker,
payment of $6,300 is due in July. opportunity laws,a minority was ad- Jawm McCullough: ,Shuaa Muse
ded to the payroll, so that application -
The bond holding company does not and Chris(;Ibllll.In .
care where the money comes from, for Grant a Community could be submitted.DevelopmentBlock the front: Vicki Hutto,,John
Shaw the
said City Attorney Gene ,
question is are going to raise Council, after much discussion, McMillan and Clay Archey.:
you
and all reluctant to raise water
fund the
water rates enough to account -
rates, decided that one employee In
"We have on hand in the water account the water department is all that can
$1,814.42," said City Clerk be afforded, and be to work only 30
Gordon Wadsworth. The water fund hours. -.:,
has already been advanced $1,000 The one Job will be offered to the
from the general fund, said older employee first.,then if refused, ,t.;fv? 1'
Wadsworth.The the newer man will De given the Job.
general fund has only Community Development Brock

$6,36286, according to Wadsworth, Grant: application: has been submit- Ae.. '.' <,. ,. I '" ,. .. .vM1 lbyt '. eyw... a 4r.6p.....04'_
and some bills are already due to be ted,with the need of extending water
paid from that. lines to Hampton Villa the main pur- 6
G. E. Capital Investments, a bond pose. In addition, street resurfacingand '..,. \
;
holding investment company, has improvements in Hampton are THE Rubbermaid
bought the mortgages issued by the planned, if the grant is received.An { OFFICE Start the New Year Wastebasket '
Farm Home Administration amount of $300,000 has been SHOP .
(FmllA) to the City of Hampton. applied for. In order to qualify for t Low As '
They have notified Hampton that the grant, the town must show that !(::.nut... ': Off RightDon't --
funds in reserve are not sufficient, equal employment opportunity is in j
and revenues also are not sufficient. effect, therefore, the second 269Each
Expenses to maintain and operatethe employee was hired. r b
water system were more than The last improvements done to the t
the income received last year, according Hampton water works was in 1980,to
to Wadsworth. the tune of over $200,000. A loan of Lose Out __ SAVE! UP TO
"The expenses of the water $90,000 was obtained from the SAV! ;
system overshodow the income," FmHA, and the remainder was LI 35 %
says Wadsworth. "If the water financed from a grant of $167,000. Act Now
system keeps costing as much as in In other business, the council Boston Electric
the last six months, there will be no decided that the pick-up truck owned Budget Ergonomic PencilSharpener
alternative but to raise rates." by the city should be parked at theMayor's i Task Chair on These Savings!
Lateral File
Councilman Ted Curtis said, "Ican't home when not in use, and
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also the police car is to be parked
see raising the water rates until Low As Low As
try to cut costs in there in off hours.
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every Low As
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Flies Plague Residents ; 159 Each 79 Each 1795JSL :!

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Buster Rahn knowledgable people."Hold a public s4oi }
BCT Staff Writer meeting, then draft an ordinance to II
Bradford County EnvironmentalHealth control the problem," Green said. Steno Hon Executive Rubbermaid BMC J
Director Ken Pabst told Commission Chairman Wilbur Desk Step Stool Utility Pentel Sharp :
Bradford County Commissionersthat Waters said it doesn't take a full Secretarial Swivel Chair ;
Hampton area residents are board to hold a workshop, and appointed : Chair Low As Low As Low As Table Auto Pencil }
having a serious problem with house commissioners Joe Riddicfc. > Low As Low
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flies in its regular meeting Wednes- Ross Chandler and himself to hold 1841 33Eachtown. i ,
day, Jan. 18. the public hearing, but did not set a 110M 46
Pabst said current county or- date. ; 8952. Each
dinances are outdated and recom- The meeting will be advertised for 269Each !
mended the commission update two weeks in the local newspaper .,,,
local ordinances and bring them into prior to being held, Waters said. 'r
line with current farming practices, SAVE! UP TO
and include a monitoring program to Crummobile... SAVE UP TO SAV 39/!: II I SAve UP TO I s34/ SAV! UP TO 31 % ;:
determine that ordinances are being In about six months Librarian Sue 37% 29/ f 38 J .
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followed. Crum will receive her new JJ I
Pabst said there are no known pro- bookmobile, dubbed Crummobile bya American HeritageDictionary
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blems with dairies in the area, but commissioner. Crum asked the ComputerCaddy H Locking, 18" Locking
the complaints are legitimate, since commission to sign the contract PackagingTape Deepsteet Deep.Fun
flies are swarming everywhere in putting in motion the machinery required Filing Cabinet Suspension Files Low As
the Hampton area. to get moving.The Low As Low A3 Low As ii Low As ,
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Pabst indicated the fly problem is contract was signed for the \
being caused by a single chicken $44,155 vehicle, purchased with 149 86 119 999 93 95 168
operation, maybe two, at most. He grant funds, to replace the old P Each 5411 E'er
would like to control flies without undue bookmobile, that was "here when I
hardship on farmers, if possible. came, 12 years ago," said Carter. ..
"I'm looking to the board (of county; Crum said the currently owned SAVE! UP TO
commissioners) for guidance vehicle must be sold and the money SAve UP TO SAVE UP TO
Pabst said.County returned to the library, since it too, M3.OOTexas 62 %
Attorney R.A. (Buzzy) was purchased with grant funds. x57 49% save %
Green advised commissioners to Green said the county may be Interested 3s%
schedule a workshop inviting in bidding on the old unit.Bowen's Verbatim Instruments Commercial Metal Point f


I Trial Set Feb. '13Trial I Machine Diskettes Bulletin Boards 12-Digit Printer [ Envelopes Roller Pen :

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for former chief of police consent to be disposed of in the man- towns {
Jimmy Bowen has been placed on ner in which this air compressor was 829 1 63 84 49 : I N
the February Trial Calendar in disposed of,said Clark.According to 34 Bradford. Fuentez, he Interviewed several Each per box TEa
Bowen, charged with grand theft local residents who said they had used ,..",.. ,j jI
and official misconduct August 18, the compressor during the past
has been free on his own two years. SAVE! UP TO SAVE UP TO 1

arrest.recognizance since the time of his Bowen is also charged with snvE : I SAVE | SAVE o 47 % save 62 % I
writing a letter to a gun store ownerin ici .
Charged with stealing an air com- 64/ 36/ ,
Pittsburgh falsely stating that 68%
which was recovered In 1986 a Sortkwlk 3M
pressor local resident was a police officer While You Space Saving
to the to
and
failing report recovery (which he not) and
was entitled
the owner, led to his arrest, accor- to Lightweight FingertipMoistener
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ding to Florida Department of Law receive a discount on the purchase of Smooth Writing Were Out Steel
firearms. This charge is also
a
Paul Fuentez. Bic
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Florida Statue requires pro-
cedures be followed for disposing of Both charges are third degree Low As
felonies. Low As As Low As Low As Low As
said State At-
recovered

They torney do Investigator not property provide any Wiley provisionfor Clark. his years Bowen arrest., was,who suspended was police at the chief time for 15 of 1 O9 1 39 1 49 45L447.4 69

the chief or his officers to convert He retired from the Per dad per pack Each aka Each
the property belonging to innocent department in -
persons that was taken without their October.


: Produce Market MeetingSets I SAVE 41 UP%TO SAVE o SAVE 50 UP%TO 540 I.SAVE 47 UP%TO' I SAVEV.52%


I 34% First Quality'
Plans for FutureThirteen Pilot Boston 40
By Borden '
BallpointPen 737 Half-Strip Front Loading RubberBands
growers attended an terest, ana gave ideas on how EllIS Wonder 'PaperClips
organizational meeting Monday market should operate, says Allen. SwinglineStapler Stapler
Jan. 23, in the county agricultural A May 6 starsaid.date was tentatively Bond Plus
building to see if enough interest exists set ideas of Low As Low As Low As
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to develop a grower's retail where to locate the market were
market at the Starke State Farmers discussed.One idea is to have a tent 52 wW46 46 '
Market, says Market Manager Bob on it on the grounds or parking lot.A 136 8'5 144
Allen. 60 by 60 foot tent is available In Plant Each

Growers interested In selling their City. Each .Each Pu Box
j produce on the retail market attended Tentative plans are to stay open Each ,
the meeting, expressed their inI Wednesday afternoon from 3-7 p.m. ', \
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On the 1992 .att'' '' ', ', ,',.. ;.,!...."'frJl.!Ii' I .,_ ,1:
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Anne SponholU he gets a name for himself in upcom- 'f//!' '. t .1 '.'' ....'.., .' ( r'I'' .: ,'- ._ -'
LRM Editor ing competitions. He needs to get into "* :jry. r -'- --'
"With the memories of the 1988 these "
competitions, Pat .
Olympic in Seoul still clearly In our Pat is a driving force says. in \ ,
minds I think that It might be worthwhile establishing a fund to help Darrell ?
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to consider the developmentof maintain his amateur status and
future Olympians In the United "jump" toward the gold. She has Y 1
States. An excellent example of a been busy soliciting funds from
"future Olympian" Is Florida State friends, neighbors and finding cor- ,
Wills.University" high jumper Darrell porate and company sponsorship to -
help Darrell. So far several groups
Terry Long Head Coach have pledged, including the Boy J
Florida State University Scouts of America who have said
they will give a considerable sum
a
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Darrell Wills has lived with his toward helping Darrell reach his )
family in Florahome just east of goal.
Keystone Heights, all his life. His He graduated from Interlachen
mother Juanita Spann, Is well High School and attended St. Johns
known In the Keystone Heights area River Community College where his
and has worked for one of Darrell's outstanding academic and athletic
biggest fans and local Keystone resi- reputation followed him to FSU
dent, .Pat Christoffers, for many where he graduated in December.His -4'.
years.In athletic talent speaks for ,.
fact, Pat is heading up a driveto itself. Darrell holds the indoor high-
help Darrell reach his quest for a jump record and while at FSU placed "'.
Gold Medal for the US in the 1990 in various competitions
Goodwill Games and 1992 Olympic throughout the US. '."
Games. "As his High Jump coach, I feel
"His coaches say he has the poten-- that Darrell's rapid development is '
tial. When he was attending FSU he indicative of unlimited ability and had the financial backing of the potential.This coupled with his win- : .... ..
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University but now that he's ning attitude, positive work ethic
graduated,he's on his own.It's up to and desire to be the best will enable
him to get to competitions as best he him to progress readily to the next Indoor Record Holder...
can because. the Olympic Village level..international competition," Darrell Will file high over the bar In.recent US.Indoor high I
Comr. ''..ee won't be interested until high Jump competition for WUI,bolder of the Jump record b hoping for local support In
See Page 28 Florida State Vnlwnlt)'. bit quest to make the US.Olympic team.


















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by Buster Hahn le waste is a by-product of manufac-
BCT staff Writer the disposition of hazardous waste. Second: Practice waste exchange, cinerator boosters claim, chemicals there is a difference between theory
turing plastic, a product that should
"We're living if we are the last be eliminated, since it is not The speaker continued, saying, In which by-products from one cannot be destroyed, but will come and practice," Connett said.
generation. Earth is our last planet, biodegradable (doesn't break "We aren't getting leadership from manufacturing operation are moved out of an incinerator, either out the "Any regulatory official tha lies
and either the federal (government) or to another, in which it may be a should be put behind bars," commented
.
we are threatening it" Dr. Paul down) Americans must move to a chimmney,or as an ash.
the state. What leadership we see, is necessary ingredient. Connett Connett, saying some officials
Connett, chemistry professor at recycling society, from the suggested Connett said nature has never
away coming from the grass roots. It is a an advisory be circulated industry
Informing protecting
are
St.Lawrence mixed
University, Canton, chlorine and carbons, and
present "throwaway" society, he "
N.Y.. told 60-65 people Thursday said. very exciting movement. other industries the by. man has met with disaster each time rather than people, and that is the
nigt, Jan. 12, in the KOA Rec Hal) Connett was hard on politicians, with Connett hazardous asked, "What"can be done rather products available for their use, he has mixed the two. reason for their lying
waste? than
Prior Connett's address, Woody saying, "Public hearings sending them to a collection "Some things can never be Bradford county residents were
are a
Cooper, a Jacksonville radio M.C., mockery of democracy. No one is reduction.First: "we" must practice waste site. destroyed,such as toxic metals, and consplcious by their absence, with
Connett pointed out the .Third:Recovery of items that lend and Doris
gave a pep talk on a citizens rights addressing the but are some things produce toxic waste Pete Schlosser Sandberg
questions 3M
and duties under the Bill of Rights, giving us quick fixes. The big issueis company has a 3-P program, themselves to that type system. when burned There is always the being the only Bradford residents
saying with authority comes respon to distinguish between being "Pollution Preventative Pays. The Solvents recovered, he said, are easily danger of explosions,fire or leakage recognized as serving on boards. No
sibility. Pointing out that each person clever and being wise," indicating waste program works for reduction and of filtering. through distillation or from waste disposal sites, Connett elective officers were seen, other
is responsible. Cooper urged that politicians are too often being products by recycling Fourth said. than Rep. Irvine.
people to wrest control from politicians clever rather than wise in handling research. : Chemical treatments. "Officials make a very convincingcase On the parking lot a number of
who are in office "to repre- Connett said contrary to what in- for burning waste safely, but cars had Alachua County tags
sent us, to listen to us and respect

us." ,- ',' .
Rep. Chance Irvine spoke briefly ," ','. ': : "
to the group, promising to provide
funding for emergency services in
case the hazardous waste incinerator .iI"-- _
is built at Ellerbee Curve, : : i _
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in Union County. Rep. Irvine said, iji'o1N ,
"It is fantastic that you're looking .
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into educational aspect and seeking "!"
other solutions."

The United Christian Action Now -D BRAND U.S..CHOICE BEEFCOTFROMTOP
(U-CAN) group is headed by Sandra
O'Briant-Johnson a Starke resident, ROUND
who works in Jacksonville.
O'Briant-Johnson pulled out of
U-CAP (United Citizens Against. PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING' WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: LO NOD N
Pollution) and formed the U-CAN; STARVE
group some time because she
ago I2S WALNUT. ".-BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER-DELI PMONE:M4-M13
wants to eliminate incinerators

everywhere Ellerbee Curve., not just the one at BRD I LDONATE

Connett spoke at length about
dangers to people living near hazardous i
waste incinerators, and

sites presented, showing VCR people tapes,from animals various and

crops damaged by fallout from burn- YOUR CHANGE
ing waste materials.
Some tapes painted rather graphic $
pictures, alleging serious damagesas I 9 7
consequence of living or working HUH GER.

prove near medical incinerators a direct science link has, but between been admitted unable the that incinerator to -TO FIGHT \ I

and the unfortunate people ? are \
shown on the video tape.emphasized .tf'e\ statistics about hunger in America and elderly
Connett that most tox- o More and more children
shocking. help
.7i" people, don't have enough to eat.Ni&SiEwId The

Track make a change for the better.together a Si ':!P-' effective
Salvation Army have put Wl1en you :buy L B..
called "Ellen It Up ;
program
just ask the your cashier
Star groceries total to W-D BRAND US. CHOICE BEEP BONELESS TOP
to "even up" your grocery
the next dollar. The funds collected, ROUND ROAST 1"
from will to The Salvation Army to provide
page 1 B go families.I .
fresh food items for needy
said Dennis Nobles, Assistant Track @ U.S.D.A. INSPECTED
.
and Field Coach at FSU. "Unfor .,' 9-11 LB. AVQ.
tunately, Darrell's eligibility at FSU FRYERLEGQUARTE
has expired, therefore if he is continue )
in his quest to become a World : !
Class High Jumper, he will need : bl :
financial support." l l'l .
Darrell's mom Juanita, who has
raised eight children, three of whom 4B
are college graduates, beams with :
pride when she talks about her IiJIO LB.

youngest'I'm very son.proud because I worked
real hard to get him through college. ::i ;
LEAN GROUND ROUND orCHOPPED
When he finished he said he had a

_.o."dr/jaJDy.to:/ go.,into professional high ,. GIVE YOUR CHANGE TO
Sump: ? We talked about it and THE HUNGRY. .
because he is really trying I'm stan FEED ;; SIRLOIN
ding behind him even if nobody else R
does. I'm very, very proud of him,"
Juanita said. 7
But she doesn't have to worry
about being the only one standing LB.B' .
behind Darrell. Pat, who Juanita
has worked for since Darrell was
born, has somewhat adopted the
talented athlete and plans to do i DELI
whatever it takes to raise the money
to have Darrell fulfill his dreams.
Terry Long, Head Track Coach at S iEi S
FSU said that Darrell has been -- .
directed to the national governing
body for track and field, The I'
Athletics Congress USA, to ensure I I'HERRLICH
that monies received to support his {
training efforts would not jeopardize VIROINIA I
his amateur standing and word is HONEY CURED or I I '
that it will not. BAKED
Darrell says his dream of
reaching the Olympics stretches HAM

beyond'I am self seeking satisfaction.financial assistance t I

sponsorship to allow me to continuemy S L\--I\ I
training in order to maximizemy I
potential in my quest for a Gold
Medal for our country in the high LB.
jump. Representing the United 6AOKED
States' in the Goodwill or Olympic
Games is the optimum athletic .
challenge and with your help I can _," NICE a stow HOT
achieve it. For the past few years TO 00" WHOLE
the high jump has been dominatedby BARBECUECHICKENS
Europeans Let's bring that 400 OFF TROPICAL' LONG
honor back to the United States," SURFDETERGENT GRAINRICE POWDERED
$158 .88e 990
Darrell said.Contributions
.:- . DETERGENT 1'rIVlltVDAY'LOW.It.CI
on Darrell's behalf II II. II II II II '
may be sent to Barnett Bank of Putf 4 SA
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Aq"Yt.IIV."VDA''r.OWPIUClS 'IVlltVDAVLOWPIUCIS.SO .
nam County, 620 S. Hwy. 19, I 2
Palatka, FL 32077. \ IE JIFFY
Darrell's alma mater has pledgedto FOR DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE i W GRAPEFRUIT CORN MUFFIN
stand behind him in his quest for s "'jl
the gold and assist in whatever way JUICE MIX


they"We not can.want only to has help great Darrell talent becausehe but bIN' t LAYERS GERMAN ...L I $ 1 9 SUGAR ADDED c Ili '
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more Importantly,he is a quality in- i or 9 9 1 0 y
dividual who genuinely wants to succeed f ; COCONUTCAKES 32-ox. C&-oz. &-oz.
and is willing to work for success I F 7 :\1: CAN EMI-JSIZE
," said Terry Long, FSU Head I ;:.
Track Coach.U f :' ..
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want to this talented :
you see j) c
young man for yourself, be sure to P.., ALL VARIETIES i THAN GROCERIES ON YOUR LIST
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.Iftniinvv Y 9A-,1989 TELEGRAPH,TIMEdrM O NaTOR-B SECTION. Pa 5e.OlD_
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Teasers_ on Books at Bradford Library...

Dr. James Dobson offers wisdom rest of your life in "Love for a All of Dr Dobson's books are now High School students' knowledge of
counsel and an ImpassionedchaDenge Lifetime-Building a Marriage That available for check-out from the -history and literature.
ATTENTION to keep love alive for the Will Go the Distance"<< Bradford Public Library. The "Natural Golf" by Seve
following new books are included in Ballesteros illustrates the game
our self-help section. from A to Z by the greatest ever self-
Everyone Is invited to attend the Hazardous "Cheaper and Better" offers taught champion.If .
Waste and Trl-County Landfill HOME FINANCING homemade alternatives to you've ever locked yourself out
storebought goods. of your home or car and then had to
AWARENESS DAY Sat., Jan. 28 "The New York Times Complete spend hours locating a locksmith to
Purchase. Refinance or Construction Guide to Personal Investing" incorporates let you in, "The Complete Book of
At RAIFORD COMMUNITY CENTER Conventional. F.H.A. and V.A. the new tax law, as does Locks and Locksmithlng" can be a
11:00 a.m. to 4OOp.m. Fixed Rate or Adjustable ''J.K. Lasser's Your Income Tax real time and money-saver.
1989". Tears on the Job? "Working Up a
Country & Gospel Music. Chicken & Rice Gainesville Co. Inc. Can you answer this question... Storm" shows you how to handle
Mortgage .
Dinners and Guest Speakers including State Where were the two maxims"a penny anger, anxiety and joy at the
saved is penny earned" and "a workplace.
Senator Sherry Walker and Representative Ph. 964-3739 small leak will sink a great ship" "The Pregnancy After 30
Chance Irvine. Bring Family and Friends fora HAROLD K. DAVIS taken from? "What Do Our 17-Year- Workbook" is a program for safe
your Licensed Mortgage T=T Located Longchamp Homes Olds Know" gives the results of the childbearing no matter what your
Fun-Filled Event! I/IM.I/M-II Broker n...ifcsj..... Bldg.. US 301 S. Starke first nationwide test of Air.".<.anW age, but is especially designed for
high risk pregnancies.'The .
..- Flaming Turkey"is not your
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focuses on one aspect of turkey bun-
DE ==., ting most of us claim to do be t-
"miss turkeys wonderfully well."
Call the library at 964-6400 for
U:S.CHOICE YAS10N'0oh' more information.
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I' Armed Forces...
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W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE t STATE Pvt. Kim Thompson

BEEF BONELESS TOP HICKORY SWEET RED or GOLDEN Completes Basic ..

Army National Guard Private
ROUND SLICED DELICIOUSAPPLES Kimberly A.Thompson daughter of
Waldo D. Thompson of Starke: has
completed basic training at Ft.Dix,

STEAKS BACON receive N.J.During the training, students
instruction in drill and
ceremonies, weapons,map reading
PRICES GOOD tactics, military courtesy anajustice
THURS.-WED., first aid, and Army history
and traditions.She .
JAN. 26-FEB. 1, 1989
is a 1987 graduate of Bradford
QUANTITY RIGHTS
RESERVED High School.
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SFCC Offers

Insurance ClassThe
STORE
Santa Fe Community
HOURS Starke Center is planning to offer
Starke the Property and Casualty
8 A.M. Insurance class required by the
TIL State Insurance Department for
anyone wishing to take the state
11 P.M. licensing exam.
LB. LB. LB. The course includes 240 contact
hours and would run for approx-
five months, beginning in
imately
MAOLONHAND HICKORY HOUSESLICED THE BEST APPLE FOR February.Present plans call for the

CORN DOGS . si'399 BACON . La 98C SMACKING OR COOKINGPEELED class to meet Tuesday and Thursday
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evenings and all day Saturday.The
cost would be $374 plus a $20
a OEVEINEO :U:8'5: :BEEF application fee.
BOSTON BUTT WHOLE or HALF ALL PURPOSE TOP Ahyone interested in taking the insurance
.-.:'-__ ...., PORK $199| SIRLOIN course should stop by the
SHRIMP
. La SFCC Starke Center or call 964-5382.
\ :...... ROAST 'h' STEAK


>y ,tf .J' $ 1"7 wo3j TROUT FILLETS. to. to to. La $168 !;J I LB.LB4 $297 BCPL ProvidesTax

ServiceAs
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"tiNlo,/ .;' I 'i jvyl,yj rsY> !SK rt ... >( I '*: I 12.z$319 o' a courtesy to local residents,
aJ( H.,3. ;< O... "\,}" I ,.... rue. ,'i.. .. .. .. ... the Bradford Countr.Public Library
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B. _...r.it.p. I'I 't'\lIUU..ni': '-i ,,_..Z, ?I. ,' FRESH MARKET MADE COUNTRY 'is'cooperating with thtf,IRS >ro-
.111'0'o' TON BUTT FRESH IPPED e FARMSTEAD BONELESS.. STYLE HOT or MILD viding office space for VISTA: and

PORKSTEAKS MEATS . . 2WDL PIG.' 49 PORK 0., ITALIANSAUSAGE t I, TCE volunteers.The tax counseling. programs and
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CHOPS -" ;,: .' library is also distributing tax
BOLOGNA : forms for the IRS as a public ser-
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S 7 or FRANKS . $119 $77 ': ... ..t. vice.available You at may the order BCPL forms by calling not

16 wo .. $197 1800424FORM.Tax .
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SPICED 19 : assistance will begin Wednesday -
LB. V LB. LB. Feb. 8 and continue eachWednesday
LUNCHEON La through April 12 from 1
p.m. until 4 p.m.
EVERYDAY HARVEST Call 9644400 for further Inforam-

LOW PRICE I --. .. .O ..a,. \ tion.
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CRACKIN GOOD $ 100 LIGHT 9ge ICE HALT $138GRANIMALS.

. Z .sue. MARGARINE . 2La siZE MILK . CAL LB.BWE .
PRICE BREAKER
,.EVERYDAY: .tOW' .PRICE: BONNET ORANGE INCINERATOR
MARGARINE .. 89
GOLDEN GRAINMACARONI & QUARTERS. 2 FM $100 JUICE . 12.SIll HARVEST FRESH
CRISPCARROTS
o SEAFOOD KITCHENS Bradford County and
atedd CHEDDAR CHOCO 9ge FISH $199 Union County. have

CHARM . . CAL STICKS . :ur I no eBargency response
KRAFT CHUNK THRIFTY MAIDSHOESTRING capabilities for
$1 MILDCHEDDAR $ 19 O 5ocSHOP handling hazardous
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OUR WINN-DIXIE .FISHERMA'lllr.1't::") AVAILABLE SEAFOODSTORES INONLY. PRIMC NATURAL ,
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PHARMACY FOR PROFESSIONAL I MUSHROOMS EACNSERVICE 98e Produce. livestock,

CONVENIENCE AND ,II HEADLESS 41/SO-ct., and poultry Cams
LOW PRICES.. I I MEDIUM FRESH IDAHO $130 could be significantly'
CATFISH .
WHITE w affected because
"""'fllfJ. l. t.'L SHRIMP ( 8.';3. FILLETS POTATOES . .' of the aah fallout
) fro. the Incinerator. '

PLANS $'gg Nature makes
ACCEPTEDINCLUDING $399
pIL' s the Produce
LB.
PCS PAID LB. Winn-Dixie'makes
AND MEDIM ET. WE WHO.GLADLY STWIYCURSWOODP\lRCHASESFREOfCHARGE.+
4. :
HEADLESS JUMBO zerao DI. DRANDE the difference.CLEAN .
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"WE NOT KNOWLINOLY $699 $599
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Ri"1' Staff Writer stitution (NRCI), Lawtey Correc- '\ ',I" '- ")
Starkc, .";1. Television reporters tional Institution (LWCI) and .".... I N'fWrllhlll' .''r':, a'; _J.f v
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stood outside Florida State Prison Florida State Prison (FSP) in Brad- -- t
Tuesday, Jan. 24, and reported that ford County. Neither of the five In- -.. ... h".J', ... '4a. '
serial killer Ted Bundy was ex- stitutions are located in a municali- .
ecuted at Florida State Prison, In .
Starhe. tyArea residents find employment in
Area metropolitan newspapersuse the state facilities, but employeesare J
the Starke dateline for stories drawn from all areas of the
concerning the prison system,many state,and in many cases,from out of
times when Tallahassee would be state.
more appropriate, since it is there Since the early 1960's military .V'I
decisions arc being made, and the retirees have made up a large partof
action taking place Area reporters the labor pool in the area prisons,
know better. Florida State Prison is because they seem to like the
located eight miles NE of Starke on regimentation found in the prison
SK-16, in the center of a 20,000 acre system, not unlike the environmentof
tract of land owned by the state. military service. Military people I
Starke is gaining unwanted and especially like the Bradford-Union ''I
nation-wide notoriety because of its area because of its proximity to the --.- f..
proximity to Florida State Prison, Naval Air Station hospital and com- 'f '
which houses the electric chair. missary,and to the Cecil Field com-
Local residents and city fathers missary.The I
have no more control of the prison Florida Prison System
system and execution of inmates employes a large number of profes-
that residents of Sarasota or Ft. sional people, including medical
Pierce. doctors, dentists, psychologists, accountants
Bradford and Union Counties have school teachers and ad-
five major prisons within their ministrators, drawn from places far
borders, the Reception and !Medical removed from Bradford and Union
Center (HMO and Union Correctional Counties.
Institution (UC1)), in Union See Page:5B



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Members of the mass media were out In force Tuesday morning as 17f'B '
convicted serial killer Ted Bundy awaited his final Kntence.: Bradford Shop at Joan'sfor
Members of the media came to the prison complex near Ralford from
allover the United States and several were on hand from other Chiropractic Center
coutnrles as well.
Starke Office
Meanwhile the city of Starke Is fighting the Image"Death Row" '
,4 city fostered by reporters who give-their Bundy storIes"StBj-ko1* .*! iIi. ( dateline. Next to the Chamber of Commerce I '
fashions
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each. Students include members of KHHS Practical doesn't mean plain when you
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they are he the belief that people 964-7783
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.. themselves The people of Starkeare Bir/Here; PayBere .
no different from others. We Finance> .
McFadden laYS the Bundy situation
Is a different ballgame. He findsan
$ emotional feeling against Bundy SPECIALWE
that rises above all other executions. .
There is a feeling of hatred and
t-- iJft w ,, anger throughout the nation, a notion HAVE NUMEROUS'GOOD '
'r, R others.of revenge that overrides all CARS

McFadden, a native of Pennsylvania .
received his masters MOST $295
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and his doctorate from the DOWNBobby's
University of Rome, Italy. He has
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in the BradfordUnionsited Ground was broken in late 1958 or facility, formerly known as "FSP." ta Fe Community College, Starke Fender :
Freddy
prisons are drawn from all early 1959, with construction of In 1972, Florida State Prison Annex,knows the Starke
areas of the state but the majoritycome phase I completed in 1960 and oc- began using a Starke mailing ad- well having served as head community of theStarke
from metropolitan areas and cupied by inmates. dress for the first time, to identifythe annex of the college for 11 and His Band
since South Florida has the largest Governor Leroy Collins participated institution's separation from years.McFadden.
population it Is reasonable to in the dedication UCI.
most of the Starke
assume local institutions are hous- ceremonies saying that the new The electric chair was moved residents are says In favor of capital Saturday, Feb. 11 :
ing a majority of inmates from an prison represented the most money, from the Union County side to the punishment, but in about the same '
area south of 1-4. which crosses the $7.5 million that the state had ever East Unit in 1960, but since the mail- proportion as the residents of the Live Show Showtime 9:30
state between Tampa and Daytona put into a single building at the ing address continued to be Raiford, state as a whole.Starke does seem to p.m.
Beach time. Starke was not used as a dateline! un- ;
be unique, in that few peopleare "
very
The new facility named East til 1972. Tickets $ Per ,
willing to speak out against the 7OO
Why Starke...? Unit since it was operated as an an- death McFadden
said.
Prior to 1960, the community of nex to the Union County facility, Bylines and Datelines... In a penalty recent philosophy class in Now On Sale a Person ;
Raiford (it was not incorporated at known then as Florida State Prison Newsmen and photographersfrom ethics, McFadden found that some
the time) bore the brunt for having a Phase I contained 1,208 individual area news centers and net- people favor capital punishment for
prison at its doorstep,a facility nam- inmate cells,and feeding facilities to works converged on Starke this past revenge, but the majority approvethe
ed Florida State Prison. provide for 3 times that many,with a week to cover the Ted Bundy execu- death penalty because of its Continuous Entertainment ,
Unfortunately towns take on the large kitchen and storage area, and tion,not unlike other similar events, perceived deterrent value in some
stigma of institutions within its five inmate dining rooms. The 1957 except in numbers of journalists. cases, but not all. by Doug
borders, but not necessarily the legislature envisioned building two Many newsmen spent their waiting McFadden continues, "It isn't un-
positive aspects. What Floridian other cell blocks, but the plan never hours interviewing local residents, common for people to say they don't Starting at 8:00 p.m. ;
does not remember Marianna as the materialized. The inmate population reporting that Starke is filled with feel good about the death penalty,
home for incorrigible boys or Chat- grew so rapidly that FSP (the old zealots for capital punishment. and couldn't throw the switch but
tahoochee as being synonymous rock) could not be taken out of ser- Residents not meeting the image of
with the mental hospital? Both vice,thus it was never razed as plan- being avid proponents for executing -- -- -
panhandle cities are lovely places to ned.Between murderers don't make good copy -
live and work, yet residents have to 1960 and 1972, both and their comments went : LEVOLOR BLINDS
facilites were under a single ad- unreported.The .
live with rude jokes concerning their ___ = =
communities.In ministration,with a Raiford mailing residents of Starke are not m 1'1'
1957 the Florida Legislature address. A prison riot in February, unlike people in other parts of the = ; I: : II Ill!
removed the Prison System from the 1971, which began on the Union state, but represent a cross sectionof \ :' :r ,:,1 4 "r 11 hi, lr t 'f v Verticals
Department of Agriculture and County side and spread to the East opinions, both pro and con capital ilr 5 00*
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I BHS Students Chosen to Attend Conference



Two Bradford High School of the Bradford organization.The currently the president of the Brad- the high school French Club,Drama
seniors, Cam Ward and Yvonne conference is sponsored by ford High School Student Council Club and newspaper staff. Yvonne
Bobo are planning to attend the NaUonai the Congressional Youth Leadership and district president of the Ex- plans on majoring In business at
Young Leaders Conference in Council, a non-profit, non-partisan plorer's Club.He is a member of the Boston College and entering the
Washington. this spring. educational organization dedicatedto Tornado Track team running in business world after graduation.
At the quarterly meeting of the helping young people become both track and field and cross cows Bradford Republican Chairman
Bradford County Republican Party, aware of, and committed to, our try.After Dan Hildebran said the party is ex-
Tuesdiu night, January 17, the representative democracy. graduation, Cam plans to cited to help the youngsters. "Our t
students received a three hundred Throughout the week of the conference major In political science in college, whole purpose is to help and en-
dollar check, a donation from the the students will meet with earn a law degree and enter politics. courage people to get Involved in
Bradford County Republican Party, key leaders from the three branchesof Yvonne Bobo Is the daughter of politics,"said Hildebran. "Bradford
to assist with this effort. government, the media and the Elizabeth Bobo of Starke. She Is County has a rich tradition of producing
Presenting the check was State diplomatic community. president of the Bradford High outstanding leaders. Maybe
Representative Chance Irvine, Cam Ward is the son of Mr. and School senior class treasurer of the one or both of these students can one
Republican, Orange Park, on behalf Mrs Robert Ward of M"rke: and is Explorer's Club and a member of day add to that tradition."

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ineouore \1CUiuiidy was ex-
ecuted Tuesday morning, Jan. 24,
shortly after 7 a.m. in the electric
chair at Florida State Prison. 1r Young Leaden.
Bundy, probably the most These two Bradford High School student,Yvonne Bobo(at right and
notorious of the 296 inmates on Cam Ward (center)were chosen to attend a Leadership Conference In
Florida Death Row,died for the 1978 Washington D.C.
murder of Kimberly Diane Leach, a
12-year-old Lake City school girl. Shown with the two future leaden b Rep. Chance Irvine.

Bundy,also convicted and under a
death sentence for killing two Chi

Omega sorority sisters at Florida '.tF' 4
State University in January 1978,
was a suspect in the disappearanceor
murder of 36 young women in the
Pacific Northwest (Utah, Colordo

and Washington), and confessed to ," I.. .... ..... t
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20 of them before his execution. -- ...,
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In Bundy's last interview by -- .'' ,. ,1'f.w" ." No one was hurt In this accident last week near Keystone Height
religious broadcaster Dr. James --f4N when this pickup truck turned over when the driver tried to avoid
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Dobson, Bundy expressed concern hitting another car on SR 100.
for others in the world who,like him, ..&.;: .. -' '-.- ,--.-
were "driven to a hatred, too terri- _
ble to describe". .' .
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Bundy said he came from a fine, '::'r*" 1!>4;',.. ,q ;, .- .... ,' ': .
solid Christian home and was a nor- : ,- ..r: f.. ";"' ':\: ::!;r-\MI ": _'. .,
mal person with the exception of the ,- ,"";.", ll.>....._,.'<:;..... I ,
one dark corner which was fueled by :
soft core pornography.
"What scares me when I see
what's on cable TV, some of the
'"KiviP1.: and some of the violence in Bradford County Traffic Court Final!,
the movies that comes into homes today .,
the stuff that they wouldn't .
show In X-rated adult theaters 30
The following defendants appeared Earl Wade Godwin charged with license six momths at- Kenneth Bernard Madison
years ago is available today. It is the suspended charged Benjamin H. Shealy charged wtih
before Judge George H. expired tag; costs suspended. tend DUI school 50 hours community
most graphic violence on screen, with DWLS; $50. unlawful speed; $50 court costs.
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic
Godwin
it into the hometo charged with DWLS; work. Larry Bruce Finley charged with
as
particularly gets Timothy Wayne Tomlinson charged -
Criminal Court Jan. 17 where their license.
presented
Lonnie Edward Warren charged NVDL dismissed.
children who unattended ;
are or with DWLS
; $50 court costs by
received final Carlos A. Nieves found
disposition. .
cases guilty 'with unlawful dismissed. with
unaware that they may be a Ted tag; Finley charged no protective presenting valid license.
I Bundy who has that vulnerability, Ant.il Council NVDL; $120.25.Nieves charged. with fleeing at- Lester Scott Dyess charged with headgear; $50 court costs. Mark Ivey Brown, Jr. charged
I that predisposition to be influenced with driving while license suspended tempting to elude police; dismissed. DWLS; dismissed. Jackson Thomas Brooks charged with NVDL; dismissed.
Dyess charged wtih driving wtih DWLS dismissed.
I hy that kind of behavior, said Bun- (DWLS); paid $101.25 cash. Linda Rogers Underwood charged ; Brown charged with no passing
without dismissed.
t dy. Willie James Searcy charged withno with violation of restrictions; headlights Brooks charged with expired tag; zones; $32 court costs.
Dyess charged with DUI fined dismissed
: Without exception, every person valid driver license (NVDL); fin- dismissed. ;
he knew in prison was motivated to $1.000. license suspended ten years,
ed $120.25. Mark Steven Faulkner charged
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attend school Tri Proatfon4tteyar.
I violence just like him and were ....c Searcy (=d with, failing:tp with expired tag; fined $120; .25. .'-'-> DUI .. .',iL! County*7i 1 IU.-/I U.fJ! 4i YE'y 'fJ's1 Jflto..J 9W0
deeply involved in pornogta$h? .Tfieown maintain proof of insurance;. ad- Cynthia Elaine Warfel chargedwith Dyess charged wtih open container
FIJI's" study on serial homiudeshows judication withheld, costs suspended. expired tag; dismissed. of alcohol; $120.25,Tri County
that the most-common interest Guy Wayne DeSue charged with Probation (ten months to pay fine), @ illLID
among serial killers is por- Searcy charged with unlawful tag; unlawful tag; produce valid tag and ten days or 30 days on weekends.
nography, said Bundy. adjudication withheld, costs will be dismissed.Joe Henry Hendrieth charged with
tsunay said he could not talk about suspended.David Darnell Davis charged with NVDL; dismissed. @ l1 ill
the violent acts committed by him Edward Frazier charged driving under the influence (DUI; Edward Bradley Peacock charged
I but he said,"He deserved the most wtih DWLS; $50 court costs. $437.50 fine, 50 hours communitywork with unlawful tag; costs suspended.
extreme punishment society has andI Joe D. Davis charged with NVDL; Tri County Probation one Peacock charged with use of vehi-
I think society deserves to be pro. to present valid license and be year attend DUI school, license cle with unsafe equipment; costs
tected from me and from others like dismissed suspended six months. suspended.Hank .
Weeds &
me." David Lee Crofoot charged with Davis charged with weaving on L. Rainey charged with SEED Jfllls .
NVDL; presented valid license, road; dismissed. unlawful tag; dismissed. Nematodes
costs suspended. Larry Ensley Mosely charged Benjamin Foster Patterson charged POTATOES
Crofoot expired tag; costs with expired tag; dismissed. with unlawful tag; costs suspend BEFORE YOU PLANT
UofF Grad Student suspended. Donald Day Simmons chargedwith ed.Franklin
Robin Miller charged with no driver DUI; found guilty Trl County George Wilkes charged :
Arrested At ExecutionA license motorcycle; dismissed. Probation one year, 437.50 fine. .with unlawful. tag; $50 court costs. cj:]) with VAPAM
32 year old graduate student at -
the University of Florida was ar- Fumigate soil about 3
rested just prior to the Tuesday mor-
weeks to
LAW
OFFICE OF prior
ning execution at Florida State Red Pontlac
Prison. LANSING ROY planting.3J41L .

charged Held of Gainesville was 310 S. Lawrence Blvd. $ 949 One gallon
with disorderly conduct 801 A treats
after he was observed lighting aground Keystone Heights. FL 32656 ( 400

type firework in a crowd of 473-7256 I feet.
II people, according to Deputy Barry square
King. i White Kennabec sr ONLY
At the prison grounds on SR-16E at ANNOUNCING:
6:45 a.m. authorities heard GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW 1

spectators fireworks exploding and media in a personel.crowd of "A Full Service Law Firm" 39 r1L1 $lO aorNAPAM 849See

While searching the crowd Held 5 Attorneys.& 2 Paralegals
I was seen as he attempted to light the
fireworks, said KIng. Held said hedidn't Divorce & Family Law. Business Transactions. us for a
I know it was illegal to shoot .
fireworks. He does now, said King. Trial Work. Wills.& Probate. Social Security Disability. I completeline

Held was released after he posted Insurance Law. Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy Law. Fire Losses. / of

I j, a $250 cash bond.Drivers Workers Compensation. Criminal Law (DUI Felony S

Misdemeanor Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law. i $ pruningpaint

DUI State or Federal Court. Zoning. Administrative & "' andgrafting

II In Three AccidentsThree Governmental Law. Landlord Tenant. Construction Law. .$sa; ,
Relations. and Hour Law. Za
Employer-Employee Wage
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single vehicle accidents led 19 wax for '
oo the arrests the drivers for driving Adoptions. Non-Profit Religious & Chartlble Organizations.
under the Influence.Jan. all ,your

14,Robert Eugene Cain,42,of NO CHARGE FOR INITIAL CONSULTATION .... pruningneeds
Ralford was charged in an accidenton
Sampson Trestle Bridge Road, !
according to Trooper M.E.Richardson. .l
Cain had apparently ran .
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another vehicle off the road, property t BLACK KOW BRAND PLANT
damage was listed at $1,100.
Cain's blood alcohol content was .33 CONDITIONERSORGANIC
percent,he was released after a$500 OWN YOUR OWN HOME
bond
surety was posted. cow

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/ :37,of Greenbrook,N.J.was chargedwith
Less Would
For Than You Rent!
DUI when his tractortrailertruck Pay Sterilized plant Improves growing
became stuck on a stump in a food.Weed& conditions for
yard, according to Deputy Barry Odor free.Won't S natural growth.

KIng.Guindon's. truck was eastbound on Down'Payment No t': \ 1A t W',. w Z. Low burn.50* $ ICu.Ft $1 09
SE 14th Ave. when he attempted to n ,. Closing 219
I back onto SE 7th St.The truck backed ) rr -yi ,, eo.tAfter'lS Bag. Bag
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: root in the corner of the yard before .
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with estimated damage $1,200, according -
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; tis' blood alcohol content was ..12percent. '.... *. .. EST
Bond was set at $1,215.25 CONSTRUCTION CO. <' ;. 8391t..CaD (St.-.,"" .

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( :: torneyBLenna dOBCeRegisttere Randall Jud Harrison- arrested lewd assault upon child- under 18 Tyson arrested August 9 for burglary, possession of drugraphernalfa Sworn
I received six new individuals Sept.16 for sexual battery upon child years of age,sentenced to 24 months burglary, possession of burglary ; dismissed, sentenced defendants complaints on three other
and/or felony cases under 12 years of age; pled guilty at community control, remain In tools (victim Accelerated Realty); on other charges. charging grand theft,ag-
tt during defendants for prosecution tempted capital sexual battery; counseling for 24 months,no contact pled no contest,sentenced five yearsprobation (Tyson's cases were made by SPD gravated assault, lewd assault
the month of sentenced to six DOC with victim, own under 16,were dismissed for insufficient
, December, 1988 years followed pay counseling as (consecutively), restitu- and Bradford County Sheriff's
' Wiley, according to Investigator by 20 years probation. well as counseling for victim, CC [ ap foW'1JlPfJ I ill I. e.9 Dept.) evidence or victim not wishing
of the* Clark. Inmate James Robertson arrested followed by ten years probation. s > for to prosecute.
Cases were prison June 28 for battery of law enforce- Michael K. Maylon arrested Sept.
Information ment officer (LEO), attempted 26 for armed trespass; pled no contest
and the office was filed on 16 cases escape possession of weapon; found ; fined$300.
five declined to prosecute guilty by jury, sentenced to eight Robert Lee Anderson arrested
dismissed.cases. Eight cases were years DOC for escape, five years June 24 for sexual battery, false imprisonment
"here
trials.The office were no jury DOC (consecutive) for battery of ; pled no contest,
conducted one state LEO. sentenced ten years DOC, followed
attorney
investigation. Inmate James Miles arrested by 15 years probation.
No Judicial action June 28 for battery of LEO, attempted Jeff Ruise arrested March 27 for
j seven cases and was taken on escape, possession of weapon; possession of cocaine possession of
f was filed.one Twelve violation of probation found guilty by jury, sentenced to cannabis, possession of drug
pleas of three DOC for paraphernalia,
guilty were years escape, three resisting arrest
accepted.
years DOC for conspiracy to escape without violence; pled no contest,
r F (consecutive). placed on three years probation,
t. Thirty-four misdemeanor cases drug analysis and treatment,
;. were filed and eight prior cases were Mark Frederick Sager arrested driver's license suspended for one
dismissed by the office in Dec.,said Sept. 21 1987 for introduction of contraband year.Jerry.
Clark. The office declined to pro- into state prison; pled guil- Lee Cruce arrested Feb. 23
secute seven cases and four cases ty, placed on five years probation, for dealing in stolen property! ;
were dismissed by the court. There employed within 60 days, be dismissed, completed pre-trial in-
was one nonjury trial and 17 guilty evaluated by TASC, treatment by tervention contract.
pleas were accepted. mental health, $20960 reimburse- Troy Allen George arrested July ALL
ment to state for
training as correctional
officer 26 for burglary to conveyance, grand
: arrested Oct. 20 1988
. Fifteen! delinquency: petitions were for violation of probation (VOP); theft; dismissed, defendant pled to REMAININGSTOCK
filed in juvenile court. The state at- found guilty VOP, probation revoked other charges.
torney dismissed two juvenile petitions placed on commuity control for George arrested July 26 for
and two received nonjudIcial 24 months. manufacturing cannabis; dismissed -
I i action. Sixteen pleas of guilty were defendant pled to other charges.
accepted.The Ronald Byers arrested March 17 Johnny Norsworthy charged with
recommendation from HRS for possession of cocaine, carrying issuing worthless check; dismissed, OF 1988
was declined on four petitions. concealed weapon; pled no contest, restitution made.
The following cases received final placed on probation one year; ar- Paul Edward Paulk arrested Sept. APPLIANCES2O3O4O
disposition during the month of rested Nov. 18 for VOP; pled guilty, 26 for purchase cocaine; dismissed,
December. placed on Trl County Probation, insufficient evidence as to this
must complete 100 hours community defendant.
Paul Andrew McCloud arrested service work. Inmate Jorge Perez charged with
August 13 for burglary of con- Thomas Richard Seigle arrested assault,battery,introduction of contraband %
veyance, possession of drug April 8 for battery of LEO (two ; dismissed, case lacks pro-
paraphernalia, criminal mischief;; counts),resisting with violence (two secutive merit.
pled no contest, sentenced to 3'ti1 counts); found guilty BLED, Frank Pendarvis arrested July 28
years in the Department of Correc sentenced six months county jail, for resisting with violence; dismissed OFF
tions (DOC), followed by five years followed by six months probation, case lacks prosecutive merit.
probation.McCloud. must seek mental health counseling, Carlos Ford arrested Nov. 5 for
arrested Oct. 3 for fined $250 plus costs. possession of cocaine; dismissed Insufficient FLOOR MODELS DEMONSTRATORS _
burglary; pled no contest,sentenced Claude Kinsler arrested August 22 evidence as to this defen- --
concurrently with above. for possession of controlled dant. SCRATCH AND DENT, SOME IN BOXES
substance dismissed facts do
McCloud arrested Oct. 10 for ; case offense. Jimmy Moore arrested Nov. 25,
not constitute criminal
burglary; pled no contest,sentenced a 1987 for issuing worthless check;
Wallace
Timothy Myers arrested
concurrent.
resitution made.
McCloud arrested Oct. 10 for July 8 for throwing deadly missile Thomas Lee Franklin arrested CHOOSE FROM :
burglary; pled no contest,sentenced into occupied vehicle- case transferred Sept. 10 for aggravated assault; WASHERS REFRIGERATORS
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to Misdemeanor Division.
concurrent. defendant pled to other charges.
McCloud arrested Oct. 3 for Roosevelt Martin,II,charged with Loyal Eddie Aldridge arrested DRYERS MICROWAVES -
burglary; pled no contest,sentenced aggravated battery; case transfer- May 4 for battery of LEO resisting -
.
concurrent. red to Misdemeanor Division. officer with violence; dismissed, RANGES TELEVISIONS Ifr! II
McCloud arrested Oct. 3 for Roosevelt Green, Jr., arrested defendant pled to other charges. DISHWASHERS VCR's
burglary,grand theft; sentenced 3'/4 August 22 for possession of controlled Rickie Robert Tyson j
years DOC.McCloud. substance; dismissed, facts do 24 for burglary, possession of crag
arrested Oct. not constitute a criminal offense. pipe paraphernalia (victim Ter-
5 for
burglary ; pled no contest, sentence Jack Greg Thomas, Jr.dismissed charged willegar Motors); pled no contest, MUST MAKE ROOM _-_ -_
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concurrent. with grand theft auto; placed on five :years 21
McCloud arrested Oct. 5 for defendant pled to other charges. days county Jail, probationI me FOR NEW STOCK -
burglary; sentenced to time served Ricky Lavon Gainey charged with served.
in county jail. aggravated assault; dismissed, Tyson arrested July 24 for grand ARRIVING DAILY --- -
(The cases against McCloud were all unable to locate victim. theft, burglary (victim George Holiday
made by the Starke Police Depart Charles Roberts arrested March ); pled no contest, sentenced
ment.) 10 for sexual battery;pled no contest concurrent.
QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED PRIOR SALES EXCLUDED


1 I [ <''Power Company Seeks Ap npval_ f-Lower......., r:, cu, s.m Rates. : .' .CJJ.O I btuiil ,auj L '.< "W I"e-e Zlou, acg Cif, So.KCtlc.rg_ Ema."

n"" n rftrir t TlterftThe "GD"" '!'Jl7/1W. '118'/01 9nrr/J/;; jx"f ?

Beginning this summer, electric ing coal-fired power from other PSC has scheduled hearings HURRY IN
charges from Florida Power&Light utilities,. Because electric sales increase in February on FPL's proposed ""4".
the cost for
Company will drop to among the cnasea ILSU power cad be Spreatr over charges as part of the commission's COYMM. FOR BEST
lowest in five years, according to this increased amount to hour the twice-annual review of utility costs GAS & APPLIANCES SELECTIONONE
documents the utility filed Jan. 9 cost per Kilowatt for for fuel, energy conservation programs
with the Florida Public Service customers. Also requested for the and projects to reduce the use -

Commission.FPL projects. the cost of a 1 000 reduction April-September in costs period related is to a energy slight of fuel oil. :,$'f ':.' 'Jio"S't,: \ ) ,W'ALlV-QX ,$'t.!!! ",..', H \ Ei4'>z n :

kilowatt hour residential bill Between conservation programs. ; :aUTLE' ',." ((25f' W 9Tit: ,:AV r. :496":25'64'' '
April 1 and Sept. 30, 1989 will Reductions in the oil backout and I ,
,: total $74.04, a decrease of $86 com- energey conservation charges will
pared to winter bills of $74.90. The offset a projected$26 increase in the
total is$6.16 below last summer and utility's fuel costs for the 1,000 kwh MUSIC CO.4Gha1n I
below 1984 customer. Because of customer
$12.61 summer charges
when bills were $86.65. growth and increased energy de- ,4C OF GAINESVILLE PRESENTS
mand during summer months, the '
Primary reason for the decreaseis utility will have to use more fuel to
lower rates associated with FPL's meet the need for additional elec
"oil backout"program for purchas, tricity.

i WINNING TENNIS INSTRUCTION PIANO SALE

I $10 per Hour Or Learn with a Friend for$5

I each. Students Include members of KHHS

1 teams. Call Mark at 473-4380 or 964-6305 IN STARKE

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Fencing, Gates Watch for the Big BRADFORD
;"\..; Posts &:Wire POTATOES V Garden fonts McCrogy's

;",:, LivestockEquipment x IN Lawn&:Garden White Truck
) 8TOCHI Chemicals: &:

., Aquarium Supplies Fertilizers KEYBOARD CLEARANCE
Pet Foods &:
ih" Hamsters. Gerbils. Mice

;. :\". &: COCkaUea! For Sale Supplies t 21b00 ,
;Jr,:, Just South of.Town on HWY.i301 900.7
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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED BUSINESS YARD SALE 1L 1w'u
| N. Te>mt>n StfrrWlI
NEED EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME TART-TIMI CHOIR DIRECTOR urgently OPPORTUNITIESOWN
JOB 5.11 Avon. For Information call needed at Madison Street Baptist YARD SALE Friday ft Saturday 310 N. t
Ramona 762-3068. 12/29TF:: Church In Startke. A talented choir and YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE Water St.. Starke. Itpd 1/26 CeC. tlt Te U1e611lr.J I
FULL-TIMI LICENSED REAL ESTATE loving congregation awaits a dynamicand STORE CHOOSE FROM Jean/sport SIDEWALK SALE All Brandt Vacuum
AGENT for confidential Interview, Call dedicated leader. Please call swear ladles, men's, children/mater Cleaners-Kirby, Electrolux, Eureka, .....INVESTORS.....
Lav.rn Outlaw 964.4522.:: 1/26:: David lawson 964.6133 or the church nlty, large tliet, petite, Hoover, Seart. AI Young Vacuums, 3'/I' WALDOt r..ld.ntlollol.: ((1)( 100 amp service pole, ((1)200 amp service, septic -
LONG HAUL TRUCKING: get Into a high office, 964-7557. You may also mail dancewear/aeroblc bridal lingerie or ml. N. Hwy 301, Starke. 9646918. Itpd tank, 18x24 shed, 12x24 garage I
demand car..r a* an owner/operator your resume to P.O. Box 328, Stark., accessories store. Add color analysis 1/26 NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave.. eight furnished I
with northAmericon Van Lined Fl. 32091. 2tchg 1/19.26 Brand names: Liz Claiborne, Healthtex, one bedroom opts, fully occupied with an excellent occupancy record. I
Operate your own tractor If you don't Chaut, Lee, St. Michele! Forenia HOMES assumable
STARKE-BRADFORD COUNTY CHAMIER : Heating ft cooling unit In each apt. Selling price$147,500with mortgage -J
have on., we olffer a tractor purchaie Bugle Boy, Levi Camp tyvsrly Hills, I
OF COMMERCI It FOR SALE of $111.708, 9 1/4% Interest rate. Paved parking lot.
that It of the best In the now accepting applications
program on. Organically Grown, Lucia over 2000 I
to fill the position of Executive GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GINIVAI292' on water and extending
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No If
Industry
experience necessary. Director. All resumes shouldbe others. Or $13.99 one price designer to Hwy 21, 7.17 ocr.., 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots, I
need will
you training, w. train you. multi-tier pricing discount or family HOME FOR SALI By Owner. Brick
You must be 21, In good physical condition sent to P.O. Drawer by Jon. 27, shoe store. Retail prices, unbelievablefor frame, 2 family, S bedrooms, 3V4 $65.000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,000. 1
and have record. 1989. 2t 1/19-26 CROSBY LAKI LOTi Cleared 100 ft. on water. Reduced to$ 17.0001
a good driving top quality shoes normally priced baths, circle drive, enclosed pool ftpatle.
Coll northAmerican for a complete Information from $19 to $60. Over 250 brands 2600 964-4259. 4tpd 1/26.2/2 .....HOMES.....
package. 600-348-2147 ask NOTICE styles $18,900 to $29,900.:: : Inventory THREI BEDROOM HOME for sale by HWY. 301 SOUTH: Frame: BR, 2 Ba, CHSA. 1539 s.f.,1.7 acret. $ 45,0001
for operator 97 fcan training fixtures, airfare, grand openIng owner, 1 bath, frame home on 3.83 PINEIREEII SUI) 3 BR. 1'A ba, brick, CHftA, 100x109 lot $ 40.00O
WILL II TAKING APPLICATIONS DAILY etc Can open 15 days Mr acres In Storke. Lots of pecan trees. N.W.65th AVENUE)3 BR, 1 ba,5 acres $75,000 I
from 25pm. for various positions in CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Schneider ((612)) 8881009. Itpd 1/26 $34.500. 9645654. 4tchg 1/26-2/16 FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235, 15 minutes from Starke, 3 I
food service ft housekeeping Must b. to the Bradford County 1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES: Sunal- FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN--With 3 BR/lBa 70-yr-old home, CHftA, 6 tall barn, pole barn, tool shed utility
18 years of ag., experience helpful, Telegraph office In writing and paid In WOLFF tanning beds, SlenderQuest Bedroom, 2 Bath frame, only $35.000. building training track! $160,000
but not necessary Apply In person only advance unless credit It already Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 9648878PEACEFUL GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 ..f. home 4 BR. 3 full baths ft twos
No phone calls Trail Motel ft established. with this office. catalogue. Save to 50% COUNTRY 3 BR frame homeon '/ baths 100" on Lak.Geneva, 2'/t acres with sprinkler system, 3 sunbathing; I
Restaurant In Lawtey. Itchg 1/26:: THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 1.800.835.3826.fcan:: 2 acres. Remodeled new carpet, decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS) on.Journ.yman RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN COIN OPERATED ELECTRONIC GAMES: fireplace, screened porch, deck, ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you lodayl!
Electrician and on. AC THE CLASSIFIEDS TELEPHONE.WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER new route/your area Excellent earnings 39500. AFFORDABLE AT $53.00011023 E. Call St., 3BR, 1V4 bath, CHftA, cable ready |
ductman top pay. 40 hours plus Insurance on Investment of $8.600.44.600. RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878
holidays, vacation. Call Classified deadline It TUESDAY NOON Complete setup and training. With LARGI THREE BEDROOM 1 'Vk baths, cement stove, refrlg, 1596 t f., approx. V4 acre lot. beautiful I ISpanlshrtyle
964-S726 now. Itchg 1/26:: prior to Thursday publication. locations 800.462.3727. fcan block house In Starke, AC CH LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT! Keystone,
GENERAL HELP WANTED Assemblylina Classified display deadline It TUESDAY, AMAZING OPPORTUNITY) $4.794 returnon fireplace. 10% down. $33.600. home, 3450..f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2V4 ba formalLR
work, drug test required apply In person 5:00: PM. Special Classified display $395. Sell travel memberships, save 1.726.7651 after 5 p.m. 12/22TF fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio, pool, ceiling font, 2
Hwy 221, Hampton, Lincoln placement Is NOT Guaranteed. customers 50% at Hilton Hotels Best NO QUALIFYING 10% fixed. Brick 3 BR. car garage,new roof, zoned Agrl.,2 attum. mtg. $135,000 |
Automotive. Itchg 1/26:: Minimum charge for classified ads It Westerns, Holiday Inns, Car Rentals, 2 ba, LR, DR, den open kitchen, CH8A, KEYSTONE ITS: Spacious, quiet country living, 3 BR, 2 Ba, Ig. FR, kit/DR combo
FLORIDA ROCK INDUSTRIES Is now accepting 15 words for S3.50, then 15 cents for 1000 cruises and airlines, 1 acre $82.000 flexible terms 2000.f..CHftA, city water, 2 septic tanks, exc.condition. $ 60.000
applications for ready mix each word thereafter $1 billing chargewill 1-800.634-6526. 9645254. 4tchg 1/12-2/2 1125 NEIL COURT 3 BR, 1 Ba, carport, OWNER FINANCING! $ 33,000
drivers Drug screening and physical be added to each CHARGED BY OWNERi: 3 BR, 1 bath house on Rd. 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR, 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard. Reduced to $ 17,000N.W.
required.Applications accepted after 4 classified ad. WANTEDMANAGEMENT 100-A (GriffIs Loop). On 1 Iocr., front 29th AVE) 4 BR, 2 ba, stucco ft frame, 20.7 acres, CHSA $ 79,400
p.m. Monday.Frl. 311 Edwards Rd. and back porch, carpet throughout BETHEL CHURCH RDt 3 BR, 1 ba CB, wood floors 1185..f.. S acre $ 60,000
:2tchg: 126.22CUSTODIAL:: :: PERSONALS ft BUSINESS ORIENTED stove, refrlg., dishwasher Window air CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin. 98 ft. on water, BR/1 Ba. $ 90,000HWY.

HELP NEEDED: 4.6 hours 38 year old looking for supervisoryposition units. Utility with washer/dryer hook 225)2/1 frame, 3 stall barn, newly rewired, 2 Ac. $ 32,500
weekly $3.85 per hour References required SOUTHERN HOME EQUITY CORP or small business to manage up. $27,950. Call after 6 p.m.. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 1 Bo, 1500 t.f., wood frame $ 50,000

Public Apply library In person 105 E.at Jackson the Bradford St., Statewide' service on First and Second with option to buy. Call 473.7473 or 964-4430, 964-8970 9648705. TFo| 8ROOKER: 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44,000

Starke, NO PHONE CALLS. 2tchg mortgage loans $5.000.$750,000 Homeowners write c/o Box 332 Lake Geneva, Fl. ANIMALS & PETS MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CHSA, so near $ 40,000

1/26-2/2 use your equity for debt consolidation 3266O for resume. Itchg 1/26 .....COMMERCIAL.....
RESIDENT MANAGERS: Mature husband home Improvements and WANTED) PROPERTY RENO AREA: FOR SALEFULL WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE lit the grocery business? Call for details!
ft wife team to manage and maintain large purchases. Slow credit accepted Flo.Please 32091.write 4/7TF P. O. Drawer 280 Starke, LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres,301 S., Reduced to $85,000
apartment complex. Bondabl., no Fast friendly service on rural and urban WANTED--OLD CARS ft BLOODED RED FEMALE CHOW: plus LOCATION, LOCATION I This prime commercial location 507 W. Madison St.
pets, salary apartment and utilities. property. Please call Jacksonville TRUCKS) runningor accessories $100 Flexible. 9644526. SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story building Enterprise Zone 60.000
not. I'll haul It Cash Also
9646312. Itchg 1/26 448 0044, Toll Free I 1.800.825.0250.Licensed away. paid 12/29TF $
301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage 85.000
for tools and old muscle Call :
ML' CHAMP FOOD STORES: valid drivers Mortgage Brokerage cars. FREE TO GOOD HOME loving 6 mos. old j ..f. brick. Zone, Benefit $ 80,000
964 8175 THOMPSON $11.362 Enterprise
1/12-2/2
Business 6821 Drive 473.7473.4tchg
license, must have car, telephone Ap Southpolnt female mixed breed dog. All shots. $120,000
301 NORTH by EconaLodg.I65.01'on 301
ply In person 2tpd 1/26.2z: Jacksonville Fl. 32216 fcanA Good watchdog and loves children. $125,000
NORTH approxlmatelyl50'xapprox.220'
VITO'S PIZZA ft YOGURT SHOP now taking WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE SCHOOLSTHE 964-5433 Itpd 1/26 301
applications at the old Vitas Australian European, ScandinavianHigh PONY FOR SALE Good with kldt. RENTAL ON CALL STREETI M I .
Tours.-Mon. for waiterswaitressesand school Exchange Students arrivIng 9643854. Itpd 1/26 ,
Call for Lot Listings
HUNT IS ONI Green Vo-
delivery drlv.... Drivers must in August. Become a host family for Tech Bowling BULLDOG PUP (Dlbo-Colby), 7 mot.,
Bowling Green is lookIng
American Intercultural Student Exchange Kentucky .
have own car, valid drivers license and white with brindle Immunized friendly
Call 1800SIBLING. fcan for qualified truck driving school Ah.r Hour
insurance. Waiters/waitresses must be students $50. Call 485.1564 after 5:30 p.m.
neat In appearance, good with people CASH FOR YOUR MORTGAGE If you course, age$850 23 and tuition.up. Three-week financial. weekdays. Itpd 1/26 Ann. T.rwlll.gar Notion . . . . . 473-7541 .
and have wilingness for hard work receive payments on a mortgage or DACHSHUND needs loving owner and I . "".2291
for call for discounted assistance available. 1800643.3331, John Longford Matter Appraiser . . .
contract deed
us
Apply In calls please. yard. Male 1 old. $150. Call Kate
Itchg 126ATTENTION person no phone cash offer Call toll free fcan 964-2754. Itpd yr 1/26 Paulin. Randolph . . . . . . . .'"-3160

: HIRING! Government jobs, 18003459316. 6tpd 1/19-2/23 Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . .964-4223

your area. Many Immediate openings i Debra Connaughton . . . . . . . 964-2833
without waiting list or test. MOBILE HOMES I
$17,840.$69 485. Call 1-602.838.8885, FOR SALE
RII006 fcan
ext. ,
REGISTERED NURSES Practice"your nursIng ._ .. _. wJ11Af1, ...-.... --r
Rxr ..
,...I; s .. .
contractual .7""a.
profession on a set arrangement 12x60 MOBILE HOME on 1 acre l In country
with scheduled working 964-5734 for information. Owner HELP WANTED:
hours to accommodate your financing 4tchg 1/12-2/2
lifestyle...attractive compensation.. SAVE THOUSANDS! I I Low overhead 964-4522 accepting applications fora S
Call Mrs. Deborah Grace, R.N., Director meant lower prlcet. Over $1,000000
of Nursing Services, Reception A on display. We won't be undersold! I JSTARKE, FL COMPUTER OPERATOR L b i g

Medical Center Hospital (904))) Hughes Mobile Homes, Hwy 301 North, a This Is a TEMPORARY POSmON 'r e
4962222. ext. 109. 3tchg 1/12.26 Starke, 964.6407. Itchy 1/26 Ir I o A z: : old
3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition, CH8A, for a period of one year. b S Cat <4

enclosed patio on 1 plus acres, close to iucHUC.Spry Applications will be accepted y ,' 1 r;

town.. 29000.:: 1/26 I e. : .b' City Hall by Merrell Dees. I i S' ) :iiii!!;
RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964.8878 I
: Personnel Director. Closing (X) tot !l' CO O

Xoiill ''Iflill' date. Feb. 2. 1989. a 3 en

I ) i MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: W t: q H

A Few of Our Many Listings At least one years' experience N d E a 9
I I j as a computer operator and a '"'! : sd
I 1 *CONVENIENT TO STARK OR GAINESVILLE Nice brick ham., over 2200 t.., oi
CHAA range, ref., woodburnlng stove, on 2.78 acres. diploma from an accredited 0) t'" oI =
*REDUCED DUI TO HEALTH:8 acres In city Ingress ft egress on US 301. Ideal MH high school A substitute for the teot P.. CO I 0
i park of development. NOW $40.000. experience can be an AA degree 01 """ en x

', COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST over 2400 t.f., CHI A, 3 acres on paved road. Too with computer courses having tJ iJ H

many extras to mention. Call for Information. 125000. been taken. Accounting courses 0 MI., f::
I | "BEAUTIFUL BRICK, 3/2 family room w/flreplace, 1 acre West 16. would be helpful. '-.I
.14 ACRI FARM that has It all-fish pond. Improved pasture, beautiful oaks, 0 rn
Clerk
Nell L. Tucker
City
barns, cross-f.nced, water In all pastures, 2 mobile homes.
.CB 3/2) CHSA. range > ref.. only 38500. City of StarkeIIWltWIMIi

.HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Craft ft Gift Shop: Crafts, craft supplies, and gifts. \.
I ': "COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy. 16 E 8 Cherry St. 25000.
m' COUNTRY CLUB AREA Building lots fropm $6500. Owner financing. "
0 FRAME HOME ON MORGAN ROAD, excellent 2 acres with pecan trees .

HOUSINGSusan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB President I OVER 300 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting. I
EQUAL : REALTOR I' I 1 mile to Country Club, 2 miles to Storke. Only $1500 per acre.I Acceferated1eaJEy a -
1 I I*I3 ACRES HIGH ft DRY pecan trees, well 8 septic, 29000.:: (Free M.H.) l .

ERA Faulkner Really, Inc. .COUNTRY CLUB Brick, over 1900 ..f.. formal living ft dining room I I.I.I
j family room, rec room or extra bedroom, 2'/i baths. ;, \ ---

Lbcated Hwy. 301.2 blks. S. of SA 100, 221 W. LarayettteSt CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUB: Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.f.. 100x300 lot, 56000. 964-4544 .
i CROSBY LAKI CANAL) 100x192. wooded lot mobile home approved. I

BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM.MADE DOUBLEWIDE on ten acres Morgan Rd. -IN STARKIt 3/1 frame, good condition, $22,500.
*DALEWOOD) 3 BR, 2 Ba, home close to schools, cathedral celling. l .37 ACRES of excellent land, many fruit tr.... Fleetwood doublewlde. m '
*HAMPTON LAKE waterfront lots, one with dock. I WOULD YOU BELIEVE!165 plus acres for only $1500 per acre. Fronts hwy. [itai 301 S.

I *HAMPTON OAKS: approx. 2400 1.f? fireplace, spacious kitchen with stove, ,. ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDI on 40 acres, good land. 85000. Hwy.
refr., DW, on beautiful wooded lot BRICK 4 BR, 1V4 ba, Raiford area, on three acret.LAND Starke, Fl. REALTOR
FIVE ACRES with large frame home, owner financing available. f ) 35 ACRES on paved road nice property, owner financing. I
I *TWO LOTS IN TOWN $3,100 each. .I It -NEAT ft CLEAN large Bedroom, Ig. bath, new kitchen cabinets' only $15,500., I Home r.ots" Acreage J Waterfront ,'

: .CRYSTAL LAKE 3 level home, spacious rooms, Jacuzzi, fireplace, satellite f "Comm"rhtt J
Farms '" 'f'' _
1 dish prlc. reduced -
Call Us About ...
*INVESTMENT PROPERTY! with r.ntallncom., 11 acres zoned RSFMH. :
\ +MIMOSA DRIVE: 3 BR. 2 ba, formal living room and dining area, 150x154 lot, 'J'JI I LAKE LOTS HOMES ACREAGE- '

I b.aullfullnground pool nice landscaping, 2295:: t.f. *BUILDING LOTS *COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES i FISH ALL YEA ROUND 3 BR/2&1/2BA Two-Story Log Home on Water

*HOUSE LOVERS DELIGHT 3 Hall barn pasture, 3 BR. 2 Ba house. I We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings l CHftA, Stove, Refrl ft Dishwasher, 3000 SF, Large Enclosed Garage, Well aSeptic
*B RUN KENNEL with groom room. Custom home on 5 acres. Large Lot. .

THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath brick with carport $45.000. .'. .; -" --,00--: -._, .:- r -- .- .1f PEACE ft QUIET 2 BR/2BA CB Home, Large Living-Dining Room, Family '
*
FIXER UPPER on six nice acres. Room, Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook, CHSA, Enclosed Garage, Well ft Septic.
*HWY. 325t Nice 1124 ..f. 3 BR, 2 ba, brick veneer on acre with beautiful oak I '
:3 Acret.DO .
W& -
tress 45000. ? MATHE LTY"rg r r'h YOU NEED A SVAU HOUSE Move thlt 2 BR/1 BA Frame. In Good Conditlon .
WALDO 3 BR 2 ba CB home 1848 .1. '
I 1 many extras, Ig. screen porch, .. to a New Location. Hat Stove ft Refrl. $5.700. -
Jacuzzi fireplace, fenced yard, 1 /4 approx. acres with several pecan trees a 964-4469 IN THE CITY 2 BR/1BA Frame Home AC Space. Heater, Large Screened
d.
small 2 BR 1 ba home on lot. Can be bought together or separate.' ,, TOft.
I EVERGREEN STi 3 BR, 2 ba, stucco, 1452 t f.. fireplace A fenced backyard i',;I I'I II .selling r-l rmtatt, why sea| for t Idling. the whole. town when yo Jean UB the whole world Porch LAWTIY, 112x310 4 BR/1BA Lot $29,700.Frame, large living ft Dining Roams Porches all

I ''I I utility building. Assumable mtg. I II around 100x420 Lot w/Shade Trees, City Water Septic Tank. ,
HWY. II Between Graham A Breaker, 1V4 acre, 1732 s.f., CB home, many i." i MOBILE HOMES City) one acre on Laura St., room for I
Good Well
Mobil. Home In Condition ftSeptk.
!.' ACRES OF PRIVACY 2 BR/1 BA
e97 Concord 3 BR. 2% ba, hat extra ._.rol..ld.nllallat..
.xlras. Chain link fenced yard, open barn. Atsumable mtg., good country liv "
I I lot with wood frame house city City) 1.38 Ac., great office location.. .
ing. I HOME* 3 BA/2BA CB ft Frame,
1'1 1 WANT TO REMODEL A large Two-Story
I CORNER LOTs 1530 t f. CB hat carport, fireplace, only $39.500. utilities. Cltyi SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential I Lot,. *' ;
w/Flreploce, large
with large LIv.ng-pn.lngloom.! ,
*PRICE REDUCED TO 19.90Oi: Orange St., 3 BR, 1 ba. i : I973 New Moon 12x60, approx. commercial development area. I I r J
II I'' *PRICE REDUCED doublewlde on approx. 2 acres Hwy.301 S.. $21 500. 10 acres North of Lawtey. 105th Ave. HOMES.ACREAGICH&A Y SELECTED PROPERTIES,

I 1610 SQ.FT. on Westward Drive, nice stone fireplace, :3 BR, 2 bo. I. MM Fleetwood 52x26.Word 3 BR La'k.2.Ba, .Gelger Rd.. 2100 ..f. brkk veneer, I 'II.. ACRES Power pole ft well. Owner financing. Small down paynwnf,

,. 1 acre near approx. 10 acres 4 IR, 2 Ba, CHftA ] 3.7 ACRES Two-Story Bldg w/LMng Area Upstairs, 6400 SF;Hwy 301 N.JjJO .
RENTALS) HOMES city water ft gas, front porch with_ i ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove ft Refrl, 2 Wells. Sepile, Planted ] .
I Twe IR, 1 BA nice lot $13.000.1 '
AIM furnished In lowtey, $180. ., .
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*3 M, J.be. In t_... WO.WsOLO Southaetet 3 BR, 7BR Ba. CH&A. family room with Ig.''brick fireplace, I''M ACRES Will Divide, Owner Financing Good Term,. Brooker.. ,

Brkk Veneer) 3 2 Ba CHftA.nice, formal dining room, central vac 1 10 ACHES Will Divide Pecan Grove, Well ft Septic:,'Owner Financing.. .

Call One of Our Professionally \ : Twe remodeled Story, recentlyHouses painted.very Zoned system new earP+1. Price reduced-. S ACRES Good Commercial Location' Hwy. 16W.
I' Owner anxious to sell! 1 AOU Zoned for Mobile Home. I
Trained Staff Today..964-5O69 I B-2. Owner Anxlousl LAND Unto. Cry 135 acres, 2700 .q.ft. I ACRES Hwy. 301 South. '
: brick home. ONE-HALF ACM Zoned for Mobile Home.LAKI -
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After Hours Call These Realtor Associates:: OH Ml N. wooded 8.50 acres, with BUILDING LOTS I IHtttle I I LOTS GENEVA. Crosby Large ft Sampson r Owner Financing. '

1. .-1,*... L.. Pbulkn.r..964.5142D.TI.e. I well ft septic tank. Leke. Santa Pet 100x160 ft. lot, | LAROI MBA OF LAND Northeast Section of City. ,.
Lewteyi: 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. new septic/ tank, approved' for well.
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YARD SALE PERSONAL SERVICESWANT RENTALS MISCELLANEOUS REAL: ESTATE NOTICE


SATURDAY AN. a1l Christmas decora TO DRINK 1 M COTTAGE near library furnished I MED CASH FAST -We pay cash for furniture S TO M ACRES with large concrete CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ihould be tub-
loot, household Item. onion sets. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS AC. S240 mo. Lake privilege., (ewelry, glassware, tool., born.Also,new doublewlde on 1 acre mltted to the Union County Time, office .
Tok. 16 toward prison U"' an 225. 10 WANT TO STOP? 473-4961. 1/5 tfnchg household Item" ft lust| about anything. or larger In country. Call "496-3939 In writing and paid In advance
NW 65th Ave.' right on dirt road. 1/19 THAT'S OURS I WHITE SANDS LAKI.2 BR/1 BA. furnished Glv. u. a call at 473-2183 or come by day. 434-1393, evening tfn/chg. unless credit I. already established
THURSDAY FRIDAY 11920. 527 N. Alcoholic Anonymous cottage A/C. clean. $200 depo.lt. Tuetday-Saturday. 10-5. Pack Rat, Hwy 1/19 with thl. office.
Cherry St. behind bus .lotion. Larg. '*.....110 or,...."14 $295 a month.2497884.4tchg 1/12-2/5 100 Keystone Height 1/5 tfnchgCARSTRUCKSBOATS THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
toaster. T1; ''n'0nl'children and adult' pd thru 3/30 > M CONDO CH/A garbage disposal' RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
ftpd 1/19... un"o"n. much mar.. CHAIN LINK PENCil Installed. Fr. attic utility room dl.hwa.her.Midway FOR SALE CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

eitlmate.. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., Key.tone/Melro.e. 4752427. 2tpd THE TELEPHONE.
IN"LAWTIYi turn SR 225 to 25th St., at .top Owner Tommy Reddl.h. 964.8559 TF 1/19-26 I9B1 FORD COURIER PICKUP Very good FRUIT PLANTS at Martin' Fruit Farm. Ft. Classified deadline I. MONDAY, S

Fri.sign. Sat. AQ HUM.sirs Look cloth.for. .Ign. Thur.. BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour. TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE 1'/ condition, AC 33 MPG. $1195. White. BARE ROOT Applet, peaches. P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
and crib .h..,.. miscelloneou, baby swing 7823306. If no answer 782-3954 leave baths, attached garage with washer ft 473.7493.Itchg 1/26-2/16 nectarine., plum., pears and fig. $3. Minimum charge I. IS ward for$3.50
Ifptf 119SATURDAY lI.m. name and number. 8/25TF dryer hookup. Stove, refrlg., I9IB SLINGSHOT 550 BASS BOAT 45 CONTAINER GROWN Apple andpears. then IS cent for each word thereafter.
JAN. 21, 9 WELL DRILLING. PUMPS ft SERVICE Dur- dl.hwo.her furnished; across from Mercury Mlnnkota trolling motor 2 $6. Blueberrle. and grapes $3.
Ladle. cloth.< ( am.3 p.m. ranee Pump ft Supply Co., Water Elem. School. 4733681. 1/STF live wall.. All accessories, Call Rick, OPEN Man.-Sot. Closed Sunday.
). shoes
p.tlt. men 864 N. MOBILE HOME 1 Vi 2 BR, "97.2621.1/5 4tpd. 1/26
cloth... coffeemoker Systems Specialists. Temple CLEAN on acre. 72586787302502. Itpd 1/26 WORK WANTEDSMALL
Iron ft board Ave. Starke Fl $250 month FREE MIXED BREED PUPPIES lab and bull
18x48 pool < US 301, 32091. 98TFSU 1 bath In Cloy County. plu.
machine typewriter pump mink on.w.rlng, -EL RETIREMENT HOME Day. week, depo.lt. 473-2566. 2tchg 1/26-2/2 HOMES FOR SALEFOR and?,week..old. Call..96.3353. after
books mar. Take 8..nt Rd.locket long term .toy. 468-2619. 11/17TF TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSElacral. 3 p.m., weekday. Itpd. 1/26 BUSINESS BOOKIEPING AND
to NE
SEWING MACHINES All make ft model THREE PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA/SLEEPER PAYROLL. Call Barbara Wood at
10th St.. left 1 block 10 NE "th Av., from LBMS. $225 monthly. SALE OR RENT Lak. Hutdln.on.K.y.'on. ,
right. third brick house on right. cleaned oiled, adjuited $16. 19 year Available 12/19. For Info call 964.8602 Height. 3 BR, 3 BA; living matching coffee table. $500. Call 4963574. Itpd. 126YARD
experience. All work guaranteed. 4963753. Itpd. 1/26
9(04.8232. ''tpd 119Remember. after 6 p.m. |mmYARD room overlook lake. Office,
Hwy. 233 ft 16 (Morgan Rd.). House
kitchen has all SALE
workshop
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garage appliances
call. 964-8733 11/10TF
WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES SALES washer ft dry.r In utility HELP WANTED
room. Rent or purchase. $685
... 964.5606,15TFTUTORING p.r BARGAINS! BARGAINSI BARGAINS!
SERVICES I I.your child struggling GARAGE SALE Friday ft Saturday off month. Available F.b. 1989. Brian Gorman MEDICAL HELP WANTED Lake City Saturday Jan. 28. Multi-family garage
To say'"I Love You" with our with D'., making C'. when they Hwy 21, 4th hou.e on left 73rd St. of 406.587.6357.9tpd 12/1-1/26 Medical Cent.r ha. opening for RN'. .ale. Lamp, bedspreads, iheeu,
Valentine Special Love Lines. This are capable of making A'.? Call Seminole Ridge In Melro.e. Itchg 1/26 with OR and/or recovery room experience. clothe, shoe and much more. Three
special page with your message 964.8594 after 12:30 p.m. 1/26TF BIO'ESTATE SALE Keystone Height. FOR SALE Flexl-pool. Monday-Friday. miles south of Lak. Butler on SR231.
will be printed on Feb. 8. Send your BABYSITTING 'IN MY HOME city location Feb. 3 ft 4. Content retired prof- Salary negotiable. Contact Linda Immediately past RMC prison. 8:30
message and a check for $5 to the transportation to Stars.EIem., .lonal' nine room hou.e. Detail next BROWN KELVINATOR lde by side Morgan at 7522922. .xt 304. Equal a.m. to 3 p.m. Bobby and Regina Parrl.h .
Telegraph P.O. Drawer A, Starke, Bradford Middle School. Call 964.2761, Thur.day' Ad. Itpd 1/26 refrigerator, frost free good condi Opportunity Employer. 1/12 Stchg. re.ldence.ltchg. 126MISCELLANEOUS
Fla. 32091. oak for Sara. Itpd 1/26 'ESTATE SALE Sofa lamp., curved glass tion. $225 OBO. 16592779. 3tchg 1/26
Don't Forget RITE WAY ROOFING COMPANY china cabinet BR ft DR furniture 1/12.26 NEED BABYSITTER Different hour Two
Shingle, leak fixed mobile home, Singer .wing machine, washer kitchen WARD'S MORTAR concrete mixer with children one 2 1/2 and on. 2 month
reroof. new roof 964.3392, 964-2976 wore, electric Dart wheelchair, 1 HP electric Dalton. good condition No weekend. Call .496-2387 after 9
9647612. W. T. Turner owner. Itpd ml.c. Items, Sot.. Jan. 28, 94. $175 OBO. 1-659-2779. Jtchg 112.26SINGLE p.m. Itchg 119INTERNATIONAL ITS A FACT Pecan tree bare better
BOATS 1/26 Keystone Club E.tate., Balboa Street MATTRESS spring I frame, excellent STUDENT EXCHANGE without mo... Call 454-2870. between
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER can boby.lt 3rd on right. No check Itpd 1/26 condition $25 each have two; ORGANIZATION seeks nature Individual 6 and 9 p.m., for free estimate. 1/19
day or night and weekend 964-3829. antique upright piano need work, to find and supervise homes 4tpd. 22ATHLETIC
1977 16 FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT walk. Itchg 1/29 $50; rowing machine, new $200 ..11 for high .chool .tudent. Good tup- ALLEY SCREEN PRINTS Now
through w/. 55 Evlnrude engine, with CHILD CARE AFTER SCHOOL evening WANTED TO BUY for $25. 473-7828. Itchg 1/26 plemental income Call 13845464. open for builne. Open Monday-
troll.r. 4681505. TFrw and weekend Mature, dependable. ASSORTED FURNITURE King sire bed 1/194tpd. 2/9 Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m Saturday 10
EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS new Evlnrude 9648522. Itchg 1/26 DAVIS TIMBER Want to buy timber. couch table, chair and washing LEARN TO READ FREE TUTOR Wanted a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 4933011. Itchg.
outboard ft trolling motor. In box, machine. rea.enable. Call volunteer tutor for reading and math
I WILL WATCH ft CARE for your child or Pine or Hardwood. Call 473-3148. 2tpd Very 1/26
1988 ft 89 model, dealer Invoice, Infant In my Stork. .home. HRS 1/26.2/2 473-7314 after 4 p.m. Itpd 1/26 .kill. Typing class Monday and ATHLETIC ALLEY SCREEN PRINTS W.
100% financing available. GBM Sale. Registered. 9643521. Itpd 1/26 PURPLE MARTIN GOURDS Ready to Thursdays. 6 to 7 p.m. $20 f... Wood cu.tom design T-.hlrt., cap, jacket
1-800-544-2850 5 days 8 o.m.-S p.m. hang. $6 each. 473-3896. Itpd 1/26 working Tue.doy 6 to 9 p.m. Call and uniform We personalize. Call
fcan "96-2648.8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 1/26 2tchg. 1/26 .
496-3011. Itchg.
VANSJUST
MONARK BASS BOAT 17', 50 hp CARS, TRUCKS SERVICES HELP WANTEDGET 2/3 ATHLETIC ALLEY SCREEN PRINTS Locatedat

Johnson motor trolling motor B LCG 160 South Lake Ave. In lake Butler. .
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 1985 SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and :
d.pth finder. $2200 OBO. Call
473-2834. 964.3699. 2tpd 1/26.2/2 Toyota PU 39,000 mile $189 per adjust tension In your home. Special PAID for reading book.I $100 per MOBILE HOMES Phone 496 3011. Itchg. 1/26 PRINTS We do
month for 28 month 1 owner. $14.95. Repair all brand. Work tills Write' PASE- J1743 161 S. Lin- FOR SALE ATHLETIC ALLEY SCREEN
9644099. Mu.t tee, very party. 4tchg guaranteed. 473-7862. 1/5 tfnchg colnway N. Aurora, IL 60542. 4tpd mall order from .moll bu.lne. Call
LAND FOR SALE 496-3011. Itchg. 1/26 ,
1/5.29 LAWN ft HANDYMAN SERVICE Can't or 1/5-26 I II
1976 CORVETTE with T-top. rebuilt 350 don't want to do It? Call .7:1.2042: after COSMETOLOGIST ASSISTANT needed. LIKE NEW 1986 mobile horn. 14x66 2 I
PS, PB, benefit. Call for more In big bedroom., 2 baths, catheral ceiling
100 ACRES six room hou.e and barn. engine automatic tran., AC 5 p.m. Itpd 1/26 Wages plu.
Owner will finance. $2000/Acr.. PW. Recently painted. $6500 neg. BABYSITTING In my home. Experiencecan formation. 4752211. 2tchg 1/19.26 with ceiling fan with lights,big kitchenwith FOR RENT
breakfa.t bar plenty of cabinet.,
9645812. TFce SECRETARY-BOOKKEEPER Light bookkeeping
be verified.
Phone 964-7771 or 964 4537. 10/2OTF Key.tone area.
washer and dryer
FIVE ACRES CLEARED 15000. Excellentfor 1979 THUNDERBIRD great .hope. Interior 4737905. llpd 1/26 skills, computer experience big hook-up living Ca.h room$10,500. Call 496-1307 MINI STORAGE 5x5 $15; 5x10 $20;
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ft exterior. $850. Call 964 4308. DECK-eratlve DESIGN Deck., dock., h.lpful. Full time, minimum .alary
farming. ((904) 2610032. 2tpd Feb. 473-4807. Ask day or 964-3592 night. Itpd.' 126CARSTRUCKS 10x10 $30 p.r month plus $20
Deadline 8.
1/19-26 2tchg 1/19.26 privacy fence. All work $4.50. depotlt. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
SHORT ON CASH?? No Down Payment 19(1 DATSUN KING CAB 4x4) good con GUARANTEED. Call today for your free for Linda Robert. 2tchg 1/26.2/2 tfnchg. 12/22
dition. $2,000 or best offer. 782-3768 e.tlmate. 4752235. Itpd 1/26 PART-TIME NURSING AIDE Able to
Land! I 1 Acre and up. Some with large MAC'S MOBILE HOME PARK SR231
eve. Itchg 1/26 JERRY'S INTERIOR-EXTERIOR House work weekend Call for appointment. for
oak. permitting UNDERGROUND (No louth. Lot and mobile home rent
Mound) Septic Tank.)I 197S CHEVY VEGAt 350 engine, run painting. Reasonable rate.. 473-3275. McRae Retirement. 4732881. Itchg extra clean Quiet neighborhood convenient .

RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878 good Turbo 350 tran*. (trans need Itchg 126DOORS 1/26 1976 PINTO standard 4-.peed, run. to schools and *tore*. Coll
RDi 3 3500 work). $500 or best offer. 7823768eve GENERAL LOT WORK on foot growingmobile 1/26
FOR SALE ON FORSYTH acre good. $600. Call 496-3333, weekday 4961307. Itpd.
have
sales lot. Mu.t
FLOORS SAGGING home
Ac. AIM' 6.80 ocr.llult| off For.yth Rd., Itchg 1/26 DRAGGING after 3 p.m. Itpd. 1/26
1979 FORD MUSTANG)V6 auto AM/FM ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call driver license, good altitude, take both
2500 Ac. Phone ((407)) .64.t827. Stchg TWO BEDROOM plus Loft 1 log
1/26-2/23 radio. $500 OBO. Call 964.8728 after 5 LaRue Leveling Service for all your pride In their work. Apply In person, cabin on Hlllcreit Lok. Mutt tee to ap
p.m. Itchg 1/19.26 foundation repair Keystone, Mr. White, Traditional Homes, Hwy 21 HOMES FOR SALE preciate. $65,000. Call 4732597. Itchg
473-7721.7/91F N, Key.tone Height. Itcrg 1/26
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cU.rwy peest .y..Iaew PAINTING INSIDE ft OUT pressure TWO BEDROOM. 2 BATH house with
,Mr. .rw.att.sswl e.,.. s a, mxu .t._ .. I ,.gea.hDa.Lt"'bll! ,h !"tI'('FId4 i blockp ma j .PERSONAL., +"H/+ W a (IrepJocerVovltedllvlngroom. ceiling, Remember...
;; Coll. 1t73 835.. .:rL rci\oin\ g'.,"tchi! walk-In linen room laundry room You" with our
nun] 1/19.2/9 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ', Dole G. carpet (brand new). Above ground To say' 1 Love LoveLines. This
Valentine Special
Stork Sr., will not be responsible for swimming pool with hugh wooden
debt. Incurred by other than deck. Also, .creened-ln cookout area special page with your message
anyone
Remember... myielf after December 31, 1988. 4tpd with kitchen and bathroom. On 3 will be printed on Feb 8. Send your'
!!| RADIATOR & the
STARKE 15.26 acres 2 block from .chool. 71500. message and a check for $5 to
To say "I Love You" with our Weekdays 4963939. evening and Telegraph P.O. Drawer A, Starhe,
5| INC.
TRANSMISSION Valentine Sojcltl LoveLines. This weekends 4963607. tfn/chg. 1/26 Fla. 32091.
special pag. Ith your' message NOTICE Don't Forget
Heater & Radiator Repair Specialists will be printed on Feb. 8. Send your .
Heater Cores a Water Pumps Parts message and a check for $5 to the CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING.hould be ub-
mltted the Lake Region Monitor office NEEDED J
P.O. Drawer A, Starhe, to ( RESIDENT MANAGER
I We Now Do Bumper tc Bumper Telegraph .In writing and paid In advance

Automotive Repairs Fla.Don't/ 32091.Forget unle. credit I. already established Mature couple wanted for 44-unit
this office.MONITOR .
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FREE Cooling System Inspection STAFF CANNOT BE HELD rental property In Starke. Duties

T.H.E..Apartment RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN include apartment leasing and
Best Place In Town To Take A Leak CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
922&Brownteti St- THE TELEPHONE. maintenance. Must be bondable,

Comer 964-681O soi & sit U3 Camp Handing Rd. day Classified prior to deadline Thursday I I.publication.11:00 a.m.Tu..- no pets. Salary plus apartmentand I

Starke,FL 32091 Minimum charge I 15 word for$3.50, utilities.
then 15 cent for each word thereafter
964-7133 Send resume to

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laundry .. PUMP.SU.PPIY
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43 Acres with 3'BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 large'playground C MONNA NUGENTm F'I

o Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In -.. _-- -Well'Dr'Ullng R..ltor-Allloc.

Hawthorne ................................$ & Upo Low Income-.-EQUAL 1025 N. Mala St. ,

Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake Frontage Beo. B. Saucing Rotary 2" to 6" $& Hf&h Springs, FL
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In Alachua County Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 Rent* tat 301 of Tour REALTY
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o Lake Santa Retreaton Income If you Qualify V\ Pumps REALTOR 24-Ib. Service I
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Rodman Reservoir .........................................$25.000 _.. Bob WhIte
&Two Acre Mobile Home Lots ....................$3500 & Up omce: (9001)) 454.S0LD (7653)
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.0 New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham .............................swo.ooo Nn Docent. Home: (904) 8M-oIe33

0200 Acres near TTlCTCflSfl .................e..........*..e...$l.UOVJ Acre Handl-HouM II'I" Moving to or from Gainesville? Let us help with our Multiple

o Building Lots In Smokerise Subdivision. Keystone 5$5,00000 e c&C Mini-Storage I Listing Service. We have access to hundreds listings at our
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o 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone: ... Garages 964-8848. I 11rIgerUps. Just look at BOrne of these great deals. Call us for,
BR w/Bath on
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Rent ... Mobile Home. I
For Sale or ? Greenhouses ," more details.,

'2 Acree Graham Mobile Home) Lots on Brooker Road. Storage Bldgs VISIT.. OUR SHOWROOMfor I! 3 lBAonlartc 21iit; 1 BA 2M, AcresI' '
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Two........One................................................................... $6.500 Each 1 S.Across : it .t Your Plumbing City 1ot.: 1++ ncedCo Lot e. $UwanneeRivert cnthe : '.'-:'
with Well & Septic Tank I $24.900 ;'
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Two Acres Rent Sale ...... 400/Mo a/3Remodded'' $ US.900 .: v'
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2.000 Sq. Ft. Home on 2 1/2 Ac. I .38.900 ,; ,u

2 Homes 2 Mi. North of Starke. 3 BR 1 BA Completely : M4 N.,Temple: Av:. Stark"

Furnished FOR RENT ...........................................$500/Mo E :
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BRADFORD LAND &'CATTLE.COMPANY> 964-7571

Ronald E. Newman. Sr. I Forest Park Apartments

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Instant Financing .' No Points Reasonable Interest RatesEllxson I! An Income apartment.complex. No rental! designed_*l Unce for moderate available.' y .: ;
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PINE FOREST APARTMENTSNow Attractive 2 BR/1 BA apto.. range
I refrigerator. carpet central heat_ At air, patio
and laundry. Free water, sewer ft garbage. Rent
Accepting Applications for .183 9220 minimum.Two comp
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2 &'3 Apartments Starting at $195 ;*.'-- ." -. .
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Mon.-FrL 9-5 PM _
'Wood Products Inc. Now taking applcaltoni: for t24 bedroom Lrtt Theie aI.I -

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woI-f o-waN cqpet.clr Pe'.and kitchen oppHance CXv lte tauTdry.
Cypress Mulch Pine Bark I foelll".'. Rental a fance l avalabie for qualified applicant/ .



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This year plan a special St. End the day by rewarding the
'. Day treat by invit- cooks and their friends with the

ing the junior cooks of the house to refreshing Strawberry Cream
Remember... try their hand at baking and Cooler a delightful beverage mix-
LOSTFOUNDSET FOR RENTONE COMMERCIAL PROPERTYKENTLEASESA1E decorating this delicious do it- ture of ice cream strawberries,
To say "I Love You" with our and soda.
This yourself Giant Valentine Cookie. orange juice
Valentine Special Love Lines
Then who with the It's all a delightful way of wishing
O!> BEDROOM HOUSE In Country, see can come up
special page with your message KEYS FOUND Keychaln hat
will be printed on Feb. 8. Send your 'BI... this car' emblem. Claim at carpet, air, larg. yard $200 p.r most cleverly decorated Oatmeal everyone a "Happy Valentine'sDay'
month. 964.8602 alter 6 TFmm| COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR Heart Pops using those all-time with special girtH from the
message and a check for $S to the Telegraph office. 135 W. Call St., p.m. RENTt $4! ,
Telegraph P.O. Drawer A, Starke, STark. :21 1/19-21 SOUTHERN VILLAS NOW KINTINtti BR month 2 yrs. old. Call Satan Faulkner, favorites,, "M&M's" Plain Choco- kitchen.
Ift' "'ft""'
Fla. 32031. units. Ths units or. spacious. All Broker/Owner, 964-5069 or 964.. 04B. --. _- _.
Don't Forget f have large closets and storage rooms.Laundry Itchg 1/26:
facilities COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT 'J $ t i
on premises.Monthly ,
payments from $219 plus utilities. For Downtown Stark. $200 monthly Can >..Jf 'J.fI'{,! Ji ,
remodel
r.ntal Information and applications to suit, at negotiable price. I' J
Phone
ClassifiedsGet contact Southern Villas Manager, 1001 964.6305 John. TFjm
Southern Villa Drlv. Tuesday A Thursday OFFICE SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on \
or call 964.7295: or 9644214. Hwy 301, Stark. Apply at Durranc .- '
1/12TF Pump & Supply, 964-7061. 8/25TF
MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water, 1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE! Hwy 301 South
Results! sewer, cable TV. Phone 94-7498. across from Wal-Mart/KOA. $350 d le;
1/12TF month. 96 .88 B. eves 4733627.
12/8TF
FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city 1 t
water sewer, cable TV, 2 BR 1 bath.

1 tri1d"! i+ ':Properties.: SMALL 94-749 2 BR 1/12TF HOUSE carpet CHSA, FOR SALE

i'Wtf'i ; ; 'Ifayestmeiits nc..kI: shopping No small children no pets. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS! As Iowa.
,
} $235 plu. sec. dep. 964.6680 after 12 .
$14.99 per month. Call 964 6946. TF
f: "'964763o-uzcfnne: ; KUChgns; //B t }'lt noon. 4tpd 1"2.21:2: NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum
TRAILER LOT FOR RENT 4 miles West ofLawtcy measures 24x36" $.50 ach. Great for
./! .-.. .. ..?... .. .-.. w "" 'W"m
off SR 225. Nice private lot. patching and repair TELEGRAPH, 135 r7f1
Check Our New Listings! Coll 7823801.: 2tchg 1/19.26 W. Call St. 9646305. TF
THREE BEDROOM mobile home, unfurnished ALICIA HAY In rolls under barn.Delivery
61/2 BEAUTIFUL WOODED ACRES. In city limits water & sewage $200 deposit. Call 9645251. available Arthur Gasklni, 782.3727.
available. TFrw 5/26TF
RARE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY to purchase 380 Ft. of MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP:2 BR, I OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533-2474. 9/29TF v '
Industrial Property in town solid CD warehouse, Dam Industrial ba furnished no pets, 1 child only. MARY'S VARIETY SHOP new and used N
Storage much more. 60000. $175 month plus $150 security deposit furniture Wood wicker and country.
OWNER FINANCING. 2500 sq ft. warehouse 15000. Call after. 6 p.m. 964-4430 or 964.8970 Buy cell ft trade. 304 E. Call St.. >ti'1 9y4t .
or 964 8705. TFo| 9643250. 3tchg 1/12-29:
OWNER FINANCING 2/1 Frame In town $25.000 THREE BEDROOM, 1 both, LR, DR kit., SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicare
RESIDENTIAL LOT INTOWN $ $5.000 f.nc.d yard, 1 ocr. lot. Roiford Rd recipient with a qualifying condition 1GIANT '
$260 with$150 deposit.964.2910.2tchg call toll free number for more information
Homes & Mobile Homes 1/19-26 18004454174. lean

$22.000 Nice Doublewlde needs TLC. approx. 1/2 acre. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE bath. CHSA PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to
$31.50O CB home, quiet area fenced yard. stove I refrlg. $360 month plus securi take up low monthly payments on r
$41.OOO 3 BR. 1 1/2 bath masonry home w/den. In town. ty. Coll 964.3595. :Stchg 1/19.26 beautiful console piano. Call toll free
THREE BEDROOM 1 bath central heat A 1-800-346-2450. 1/19.2/2
3tpd
$51,OOO Home In excellent condlUon 3/2 with 21/2 acres.
air carpet I'/i or more acre $365 ALUMINUM KITS complete delivered
$52.OOO One acre with cute country home close In. month plus deposit, 1 year lease. 301 direct to you. Carports, screen room.
$65.000 4 bedroom. 3 bath. In town. Lg. lot. North of Stark. to NE 58th to NE 11th, Florida room., roofovers, pool
$66.000 Large brick very good area In town. right to sign. 1.778.0314.2tpJ 1/26: :2/2 enclosures, ETC. Precut or whole with
DESERT ISLE MOTEL Low dally and Instructions. $500 min. l 1-800-762 4308.
Waterfront weekly rates. Kitchenettes available (Icon VALENTINE COOKIE
$165.OOO Exclusive Hampton Lake home. 1.7 acres. Mobil horn parking space for rent CARRIER WINDOW UNIT 24000 BTU 2 cups flour 1 teaspoon vanilla
185.OOO Santa Fe Lakefront home, best beach. 782.3332.Itpd 1/26: less than 1 yr. old. Retail value $980, 1V4 cups firmly packed light V4 teaspoon salt i
$ 25.000 Crosby Lake lot with 100' waterfront. TWO BEDROOM HOME CH, range, refr.. asking $350. Used one summer. Buy brown sugar 1 cup chopped nuts j
washer dryer, dishwasher Included. now save later Call 964 4099. 2tchg
$ 19.OOO Crosby Lake lot over an acre. V4 cup shortening IVt cups 1
$315/mo. 1/19.26
$ 15.OOO Sampson waterfront lot northshore. 1/26-2/2: plus deposit 964.6790. 2tchg ALUMINUM KITS Lowest factory priceson 2 eggs "M&M's"Pain Chocolate

TWO BEDROOM HOUSE on Rd. 233 awnings, carport., screenrooms, 2 tablespoons molasses Candies ;i
Lease Now- Buv Later completely furnished, washer Included. patio covers, roof oven, vinyl 1 windows Beat together all ingredients except candies and nuts until blended and
BRICK HOME with 5 acres fenced barn catfish pond close Inl! 964- 079. Itchg 1/26: siding..anything olumlnuml) ((31 smooth. Stir in nuts and % cup candies. Spread batter into foil-lined and j
TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX kitchen op. years). DALY ALUMINUM. Save greased 12-inch heart-shaped pan. Sprinkle with remaining Vi cup candies.
CommercialMAKE ... $185 month, $125 security. Money) Collect 18137910669. fcan Bake at 350F. for 20 to 25 minutes or until golden. Cool thoroughly in pan

OFFER on this 1500 sq. ft STEEL BLDG. In busy area. Jan. rent free 708 N. Lak., 9648523. IBM SELECTRICt excellent condition. on wire rack. Carefully) remove from pan to serving plate or flat surface to
Itpd 126UNFURNISHED $150. 964-7529. 4tchg 126.216: decorate. Variation: Bake in 13 :x 9-inch pan 25 to 30 minutes.
APARTMENT for rent WASHERS DRYER$160. Window AC. used
$45.OOO RETAIL SHOP available on Edwards Road. $175 month, $100 deposit. Kitchen furnished 2 weeks, asking$300. Call 782.3585. STRAWBERRY CREAM COOLER
$96.OOO RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL BLDG. comer 301 & Edwards carpet, water, sewage ft garbage Itpd 1/26 1 pint vanilla ice cream 4 bottle ((16 oz.) club soda,
$25.OOO ACRE on 301 South of Starke. furnished. 14681857. 1/26TF USED CARPET, size 12x18, and used full- 1 package (10 oz.) frozen lemon-lime soda or ginger

$64.OOO 120 ft on 301 South, near Walmart\ FURNISHED 1 BR, 2 bath, apt. $200 size beds. Call 96 -67 2tchg strawberries, thawed ale
month, $100 deposit, kitchen furnished 1/26-2/2 1 cup orange juice

ACREAGE Kc! LOTS carpet, water, sewage garbage FOUR APPLIANCES Whirlpool Combine ice cream, strawberries and orange juice in blender container.
furnished 14681857. 1/26TF refrigerator and gas range, $250 each; Blend until smooth. Stir in soda. Serve immediately. Garnish with
$20,000 8 1/4 WOODED ACRES country area paved road. STATE EMPLOYEES! n.ed ham close to Kenmore washer & dryer, $400 Less strawberry if desired. Makes 6 servings.
$19.985 5.71 Acres paved road nice oaks. your work? W* hove clean mobile than 2 years old. 473-7014 Itpd 1/26

$ 3.300 1/2 acre close to town.I home available. 468.1323.10/8 TF MANTIS CULTIVATOR EDGER used OATMEAL HEART POPS .
FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities twice, spreader and sprayer. Selling j -rv >

I RETAIL SHOP FOR LEASE$400/Mo. near Bradford \ paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia. because of poor. health. 9645577.-.1 Itpd to...,. -....., ,,"- Beat together buUer"a'nd. siigars
I Sq.0 1/26 N. rpFHttfedd ne
Hotel Walnut' St. by Post Office. TF IOrKIIU" -until light and flullyj,btead to fulk I
THREE BEDROOM. l'/i bath, clean, close COMPOUND BOW 1988 Bear Whitetail V 'cup granulated sugar and vanilla. Gradually addbrown '
We Are Trained To Help With AH Your Real Estate Needs to prison. Call 468.1323.6/9TF It. 70 lb. pull complete set up with orI % cup firmly packed light egg combined flour soda and salt; mix :

Phones Answered Around the Clockl CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC sws, $150.Also Browning lever action sugar well. Stir in oats, candies, raisins .
extras, reasonable rents PINES, rifle, .358 caliber with 3x9 scope and V cup milk
and Press
nuts. out
[ Associates 3 496-2366 SR 121. lake Butler 7/14TF case. Will sacrifice for $375. 964-7109 1 egg on lightly
floured surface 'A-inch thick. Cut
or 964-6376. Itchg 1/26:
IAWTEY 1
APARTMENTS vanilla
now taking teaspoon
Clarice applications FOUR TIRES with pWyof rubber Super out a heart shape for the pattern,
: Stephens Lane Londo e SteveRlpleyTRADITIONAL for 182: bedroom apartments -
922 then cut out hearts. Place
CHSA, fully equipped kitchen Swamper 13.3h15. all for $100. teaspoon baking soda on
7823370. Mchi '1M ungreased cookie sheet about 3
7823531. New .
drop*! management.Equal 1A teaspoon salt
inches apart. Insert rounded or flat
Housing Opportunity 9/I5TF 24 FT. WINNEBAGO ft 10x45 MOBILE 2 cups regular oats
wooden stick into of cookie.
edge
MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP :2 BR, conditioner. Call uncooked
HOME with air
privacy, trees, no pets. 468-2374. 'Itchg two 126.22: 1 Press 4 to 5 additional candies into
964-3240 2tpd M&MPlain
: 1/26 anytime. cup top of each cookie. Bake at 350F.

rJV\ TWO BEDROOM mobile ham. In good V4 raisinsCandies about 12 minutes; cool on cookie
location. $185 month, $100 deposit. cup sheet about 3 minutes. Remove to
964.8704 or 9642430. Itchg 1/26: REAL ESTATE V4 cup chopped nuts wire rack to cool thoroughly. Makes

FURNISHED DUPLEX APT 127 LafayetteSt. OUT OF AREA about 3 dozen 3-inch cookies.
Itchg 1/26
TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX, $275 month
H O M E SMANUIACfURED plus on. month deposit Available Feb. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots
1. Call 964-8110 ask for Judy;after or river access, $5450 Each. No
weekends call 9646470. Itchg 1/26 money down, $65.41 monthly. Owner Fabric Sale
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE in nice location. 1-236-4579 or 16222438.: 1/7TF
Call 9647872. Itchg 1/26 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 20 acre tracts,
CLEAN 2 BR APARTMENT no pets. Stove, wooded some with springs ft running
r.fr. $50 water $390 per acre and up. 10%
USINFLORIDA'S 9646232. Itchg weekly 1/26: plus security down. Call after 7 p.m., 615-722-3812:
25% 5O
H O % '
TWO BEDROOM TRAILER new carpet or 7225607. fcan R=
nice & c lean, $175 month plus $100 YACHT HARBOR RESORT for sale or
'lease. Prestigious Door County Peninsula -
deposit. Near Raiford. 964-5161
9647650. Itpd 1/26 or Yacht Harbor Resort located on Sale Prices Good Through 1

MOBILE HOME FOR RENT, 2 BR, AC, the short of Lake Michigan for sale;
heat refrlg., 12x60: In the pines, lease/purchase; or available on short Simplicity Patterns 50% Off
private driveway. $175 month term lease Prim Northeast Wisconsin
9646918. Itpd 1/26: tourism aro. Large public dining room

(lounge seating overlooking 185)), bar, patio the water.and harbor Pool All Types of fabric &, sewing

and tennis courts 20 luxury lodge
suites plus IB cottages 55 slip marina. notions, craft suppliesWe
$2,700.000. Direct Inquiries to: Bank of

Sturgeon Bay, P.O.Box 9, Sturgeon
Train Boy, Wl 54235, 4147435551. Icon Do All Types of Alterations
NEW MANUFACTURED SPECTACULAR CHOCTAWHATCHEI
To Be AProfessional RIVER ACREAGE) High bank. and

housing SUPER SALES CENTER: highway frontage. Sportsman' (Hems Zippers, Etc.)
paradise. 128 acres. 173000.
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; : + //I r( brochure call Progressive Realty ((904)) Pinehurst Grocery & VarietyOpen
638-6220. fcan
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.EXEC.
4li': 's w 4' .- ,- locally full-time/part-time., 1000 S. Water St. a Across from Southslde
I j ....... r''t .. L .I ti .. .:. 'LL' t,01 word processing & related Elementarya
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'' ''"'-II: '" .Ji..1.; ,);Jt 1-r iJl" !. : t resident training. National ---- .. ....
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headquarters. : .
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Over 300 Floor Plans MIX OR MATCH!

; ... Fiesta ... Fleetwood ... Guerdon ... Homes of

Merit... Liberty.. Nobility ... Ocllla... Palm Harbor Use these coupons for Pant! Pan! (2 Square Pizzas)

... Parkdale... Peach State.. Redman ... Skyline. Plzzal Pizza! (2 Round Pizzas) or One of EachICOL'PON

WHY GO ANYWHERE ELSEIII!!!

Shop and Compare. VOLUME SALES means Tmlntobea '
207 South Street
LOWER PRICES. Three bedroom, 2 bath homes ;'!'J :rRI\V: : 'AGENX Orange

from $149.00 PER MONTH. ONE ACRE home ., i'' TPV ,:CUI'I;) I t 'W"' (Across. from,Wlnn Dixie)

and LAND PACKAGES from $299.00 PER :#! AIRLINE i ii ;
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$11,995: ; or $154.90 Per Mo. A.C.T. TRAVEL I 2 Toppings' Tax q ,,

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I Administrator Makes Biscuits on Special Occasions -



.ter..ida Bawk Lynn Gaskins said.
Hot buttermilk biscuits are the
best way to start a cool winter day. Biscuits
This delicious and simple recipe will 1 cup of Martha White Self-Rising
prepare:you for the coldest winter Flour with Hot Rlze
1 generous tablespoon of Crisco
Rip O'Steen, administrator of Shortening
Bradford Hospital, makes his "Enough Buttermilk"Rip
biscuits outside on a wood cookstoveon

special occasions for the hospital Insists on the brand of the first r' .,
",
employees. two ingredients and mixes them to .'I ....
He dressed as the Pillsbury the consistency of cornmeal. .4 '. ...'
Doughboy for Halloween last year,a Slowly stir In buttermilk."Enough ..... ..
perfect costume for making biscuits. buttermilk" has been added when JI,' ... t..
Rip periodically stokes the wood the mixture is dry to the touch. 11 '- ..,
cookstove while carefully rotating Flour hands and roll sections of -
the biscuits to Insure even baking. batter into balls until the batter -" .
"No fire, no biscuits," Rip said. becomes tacky removing the I '''': y : a
He makes biscuits on employee wrinkles. Place In a greased skillet *. .'
appreciation day and other occa- flattening the balls to ft inch thick
sions so many of the employees have about Vi inch apart.
experienced this special treat.I Bake at 500 degree for about ten
think they are absolutely minutes or until brown on top. s
wonderful," Director of Nursing Serves one to two.

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I 3 Charged with Forgery 4 :r t.



Remain in CustodyA A 7 '

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39-year-old man who allegedly chase cocaine.
stole two checkbooks and forged When Jeffrey attempted to cash a
more than seven checks is in the check at Winn Dixie, a call was Wood Stove Cooking...
custody of the county jail. Also in made to the Sheriff's Departmentwhich Rip O'Steen checks and rotate fall bbculU on the antique wood stove be
custody Is a couple charged with led to the arrest of Jeffrey. received from hi*family*an heirloom. ]Hard at Work...
forging missing checks Bond was set at $300 for each
account. The incidents from a third are charge for a total of $4,500 cash or Rip O'Steen,dressed.the Pillsbury Doughboy,prepares blacalU: far boapttalemployee I
unrelated. surety custody.only, Jeffrey remains in *,a duty be aaaume only on pedal oceaalona.

Wilbert C. Jeffrey, 39, faces seven Jeffrey has been on the SCRAP
counts for forgery and eight counts program since November and was I
uttering a forgery with at least five within one week of being released. Recent Arrests in Bradford County
additional charges
pending, accor- '"'
ding to Lt. David Aderholt Jeffrey Bruce Allen Barnes,31,is charged The following arrests were made person, according to Investigator was released on his own Patrolman E. W.: Wilkinson. He was
who is on the Supervised Community with two counts of uttering a forged by local authorities in Bradford Michael McClain. Bond was set at recognizance. released after' a $750 ,surety bond
Release Program (SCRAP) from bank check and possession of less County. $1,000, he was released on his own was posted. '
Lawtey Corectional was employedat than 20 grams of cannabis and his recognizance.Vera Traffic .
the Starke Golf and County Club step-sister Annie Denise Green, 18, Kirk Travis Kelly, 32, was arrested Demos Johnson,18,of Lawtey was Hubert Earl Kelly,43,of Lacrosse
where he is charged with taking a is charged with two counts of Jan. 19 for trespass after war- Rogers, 32, was arrested arrested Jan.20 for failure to appear was arrested Jan. 22 for unlawful
Gold Account checkbook. Apparently forgery according to Lt. Aderholt. ning, according to Deputy Pat Jan. 18 for violation of probation for no motorcycle license, according tag. according to Patrolman Susan
Jeffrey also stole a personal Checks missing from Blair Moyers' Henry. He was released after a $500 retail theft and drug paraphernalia, to Deputy Danny Thrift. He was Wilkerson. He was released after a
checkbook from the truck of Paul account were cashed at Roy's cash bond was posted. according Patrolman K. Perry. released after a $111.25 cash was $250 surety bond was posted.
Faulkner, said Aderholt. Checks Grocery and Mitchell's Drugs, Bond was set at $1,000, she was paid.
were forged and cashed at Florida leading to the arrest of the couple Timothy Byers, 29, was arrestedJan. released on her own recognizance. Jason Lee Crews,18,was arrested
National Bank, Jackson's Building Jan. 21.Bond. 19 for violation of probation for Shawn Craig Stanford, 19, of Jan. 22 for DLWS,.according to In-
Supplies, Roy Grocery and Acme for each of the charges was arson, according to Deputy Charles Donald Christopher Banks was ar- Keystone Heights was arrested Jan. vestigator Michael 'McClain. Bond
Hardware, each in the amount of set at $500 ($1,000 for possession), Carter. Bond was set at$500,he was rested on violation of probation and 21 for driving under influence was set at $120.25.LI1e was releasedon
$175 to $300. According to Aderholtthe both Barnes and Green remain in released on his own recognizance. released after a $1,000 surety bond (DUI,refusing to sign,according to' his own recognizance.
money was probably used to pur- custody. was posted.

Kenneth A. Merriweather,30,was
arrested Jan. 18 for trespass after Robert Earl Simmons was ar-
warning, obstructing by a disguised rested for disorderly intoxication,he
Fruit Tree Sale

Start 1989 Off Right. Troopers Continue InspectionsBradford

With New r
ThusCORBETT'S r CountyThe who would violate the driver license Now is the best time of
Florida Highway Patrol will laws of Florida.
.Rrom be conducting driver license and The Patrol has found these check- the year to plant fruit trees!
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- points to be an effective means of en-
ing the week of Jan.:27 through Feb. forcing the equipment and driver
; Made 2 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, license laws of Florida while insur- .
All Tires
SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, ing the protection of all motorists. SAVE 4O/ .
In the Good CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, ,
CR-227 CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A '" .....;.,;,., ,......,. J.
'OleU.S.ofA.TRUCK r in Bradford County. ... Union.,County..._, Hamlin r
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ft"it; .u 'J'" 'A' J..u". ,,- ....I.I di Recognizing the dangefpfesented-Vim-The Florida Highway'Pafrol wjll MsobP: .t < ,,: .1
'TIRES5 to the public by defective' vehicle be conducting driver license and Seedless : Tree
GRAN PRIX RVS.31xl0.5015LT equipment Troopers will concen- vehicle inspection checkpoints during Orange
trate their efforts on vehicles being the week of Jan. 27 through Feb.
$70.00 MOUNTED AND operated with defects such as bad 2 on SR-100, SR-121 SR-231, SR-241,
31xll.50-15LT $77.00 BALANCED AT NO brakes, worn tires and defective SR-238, CR-18 CR-237, CR-229, In 3 Gal:
lighting equipment. In addition, attention CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
33x12.50-15 $89.00 EXTRACHARGEFront will be directed; to drivers 796A in Union County.SuEl's ContainersLoaded $995

with
Alignment Retirement Community
I 1295wpurchase Fru1t. '
Includes set caster, camber&toe In to mfre. specs. .While 8QPPu.. L*st
Inspect suspension& steering system. For most Retirement Community R.Mr.m.nt Horn
American cars. Front wheel drive and Chevette of fires
A small ratlrafliantcommunity In tfi*smell community wa
vehicles extra. Parts extra.
III 9u-Ers.W* r also turn Su-Er Railnmtnl
I SERVICE 15'x8" h"" .rantab or room for... Horn A Ncaraad group Other Varieties
BRAKE Up To can Indapandant_.....Mla i hoer lantora thai naadaaulilanoa "
Replace pads or shoes; resurface 95 WHITE SPOKE a quM tatting WIth s with aupanhlon.Wa 'l f hi Stock
drums or rotors; pack bearings; 49 WHEELS .-atmoiphara..At Wa glv.panonalzad car Parson Brown
bleed &adjust;road-test most 8u-Et_offer homing- 24 h,.auparvWon-hot rails
American cars& trucks. Metallic Front or uti,....,mild and laundryaanfeaawMiaMhr. .laundry .rvtoa day waak. J SatsumaKumquat
parts extra when required. RearNO 2 895 each loop tann May.Cartlf lad i Y
HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL! amafgancy can,yiiam.Maala pallt'.Mta10.CPR
optional 1468-2619 1Nn.d
RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED ,. ...NavelTaligerlnc
1 mile South on&K. 325, Hampton, Ft. Sue Lott Walker fl

P155P175-80R1380R13 $37.00 $31.00

$41.00 $33.00

P195-75R14 $44.00 $37.00 -

P205-75R14 $46.00 $39.00 .,, Uae RYAN t'
P215-75R15 $50.00 $41.00 ,1t'S

P235-75R15 $52.00 $45.00 :. o I .


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U.S. 301- Temple Ave. Starke

Special helpat
VISA 964-6436 MASTERCARD TULLER

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Chiropractic Center "
home. .
Keystone Heights Office

Bruce Pollock, MJD. 2608, S. Lawrence,BlvcL- .: ... # .. : ';

473-7213 :

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General Adult Medical Care I- 1Ht"ARE'SERVICES.
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Pediatrics and '. ,
ImmunizationsOffice '.
Gynecology and PAIN CONTROL INJURIES .
Woifc Related Me'dicare/Medi .wv,
Family Planning .Headaches
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Cancer Screening .Auto Accident ,Approved '.' '' : :
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Our office is located Nurses 'j,
DR. C.;TULLER
RICHARD ,
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Lake Butler Hospital I Occupational Therapist( I ..
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CIDROPRACTlC'WHEN CARE Speech Therapist '
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Hand Surgery CenterPPC "......... *".,.
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j NEED IT Physical Therapist
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Approved Hospital 24. HOURS A DAY- 7 Sodal. Worker ,(M.S.W.) t, .,... :;

850 East Main Street lake Butler DAYS A WEEK Excellent Employment. Opportunities

Call 490002 for an appointment .
.' Office Hours: '. i" '
Q 9 487721102 Walnut Starlceji
Shield PPC and Health Option HMO Provider a
Blue i Cross/Blue Mon:'Fr''\. 830-6:00: : p.m. Sat. By Appointment
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II : Obituaries..


I Mrs.Ola Mrs.Julia Scott Graveside funeral services were Jacksonville Thank
Juanita Bronson
Denmark Presbyterian Church. died Wednesday at his YouWe
Funeral services for Mrs. Julia held in Keystone Hts. Cemetery on Survivors Include home after
Mrs. Ola Juanita "NiU" Denmark two sisters, an apparent heart at
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I. 66, of Little Lake Geneva in Scott of Lawtey (Middleburg Rd.) Jan. 22 with Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin Mrs.Josh Simmons and Mrs.James tack. wish to thank the many caring
Keystone died Friday, Jan. 10 in will be held Saturday Jan.28 at Mt. officiating. Jones Funeral Home H. Addington Sr., both of Jackson- Born in Brooker,he traveled mostof friends and families who recently
Alachua General Hospital following Zion AME Church in Lawtey at 1 was in charge of arrangements.John ville; one nephew1 Jim Addington of his life until moving to Lake expressed their deep concern and
an extended illness p.m., with Rev. J.H. Pierce of- Jacksonville; and two nieces, Mrs. Butler in the early 1960s. He movedto sympathy for the recent loss of our
Born Dec. 14, 1922 in Jacksonville, ficiating.Burial. WeadleyJohn O'Dann Richardson of Keystone and Bronson seven years ago and was son and brother, Jerald Jerome
I Mrs.Denmark moved to Keystone in will follow in Peetsville Weadley, 86, of Jacksonville / Mrs. Betty Stringfield of Jackson- in the nursery business. O'Hern.
1968. She was a homemaker, a Cemetery in Lawtey under the direction and Keystone Heights died Jan. 23' ville. Survivors include one sister Mrs. A very special thank you to the
member of Glen Myra United of Halle Funeral Home of in Whispering Pines Care Center of Graveside funeral services were Georgie Mizell of Worthington Spr- Department of Corrections.
Methodist Church in Jacksonville, Starke. Starke follnwTna extended illness. held in Oaklawn Cemetery in ings and several nieces and Everyone showed such untiring
and a charter member of American Mrs.Scott died Jan.21 In Whispering Born July 23,1902 in Chicagop,Mr. Jacksonville on Jan. 25 with Dr. nephews. compassion and support during this
difficult time.
Pines Nursing Care Center. On David Stoker
Legion Auxiliary, Post 202 in lived in Jacksonville officiating. Jones
most
the date of the service the remains Weadley Funeral Home was in charge of ar Graveside funeral services were The food, flowers and cards were
Survivors Include her husband, will be placed in church for viewing of his life before moving to Keystonein rangements. held Saturday morning in Elzey all greatly appreciated along with
March 1988.He operated the concession Chapel Cemetery with Rev. P.R. the gifts.
one hour before service. There will many monetary
Marion
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Jr. two .
Denmark ; Live be no viewing after the eulogy. stand in Jacksonville City John M. YarbroughJohn Lawson officiating. Archer Funeral Our Sincere Thanks,
daughters Barbara Davis of
Hall many years was retired from Home of Lake
Survivors include one son, Robert Butler was in chargeof Father Sandra Mother Clyde,
Oak and Sherri Rowell of Callahan; the Florida Council for the Blind Madison Yarbrough, 80, of J.J. !
L. Scott of Lawtey; one sister, Mrs. arrangements. Donna,Jonathan and Sandy.:
one son, Richard of Keystone: her and was a member of South
stepmother, Helen Caldwell of Mozell Gurley of Cairo, Ga.; six
Jacksonville sister grandchildren and 35 great-
; one Betty
Johns of Jacksonville; 11 grandchildren relatives.grandchildren along with other LADY BUG FLORIST I
and five great
grandchildren.Funeral 1005 S.Water Street Starke
services were held Jan.23 Mrs.Willadeen VaughnMrs.
in DeWitt C.Jones Chapel with Rev. Willadeen "Billie" Vaughn 964-4956 'FLORIDA
Earl Rowell and Pastor Mark 67, of Keystone died Jan. 20 inHumane
Stevens officiating. Interment was Hospital of Orange Park TWIN THEATRE
In Keystone Heights Cemetery following a brief illness. yttb8att0
under the direction of Jones Funeral Born Dec.24,1921 in Apalachicola, Starke 964-5451
Home. Fla., Mrs. Vaughn moved to A
Keystone in 1970. She was a n 2.00 SPECIAL
Mrs.Gertrude Kauffman homemaker and member of Ke Sat. &Sun 5:00: Showing J
Mrs. Gertrude L. Brown Kauff Community Church. oo
I man,75,of Tallahassee,died Jan.20 Survivors include her husband Tuesday Showing Serving North Florida Since 1941
I in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Ernest C. Vaughn, Jr.; her
following an extended illness daughter Sarena Phillips of Closed Wed. & Thurs. ANNOUNCES OUR
Born June 11,1913 in Youngstown, Keystone; two sons Pete of Palatka Starts Frl.,Jan.27
Ohio, Mrs. Kauffman moved to and Larry of Jacksonville; one PROPANE GAS HOMEOWNERSOUYER
Tallahassee three years ago from brother, Marion Chason of East
Starke. She was a retired nurse and Point Fl; three sisters Annette
I 1. 'worked for and was administrator of McDaniell of Gainesville, Mildred e SPECIAL!
., the Starke Nursing Home for over 25 Odom of Lynn Haven and Emmie
years. She was a Protestant. Adams of Keystone; three grand-
Survivors include two daughters, children. ._
Mrs. Lucille) Milner of Tallahasseeand
Mrs. Charleen Banks of Rising
Sun Md.; three sons, Adrian Dietz FOR C
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of Girard Ohio Arthur Dietz ofYoungstownf I L SCREEN TWO J f WE WILL
t Ohio and Joseph Kauf ONLY
r Lafayetta, La.; three & V.I.P Members STEVE MARTIN
sisters, Elizabeth Roberts of Can-
field, Ohio, Ann Srugeon of Brick MICHAEL CAINE WE WILL INSTALL A 120 GAL. PROPANE
N.J., and Florence Lupo of Edin- TANK WITH 100 GAL. OF GAS
\ Sylvester burg, Pa."Bud"; and Zoltowski one brother of GlenSt. I F R E E Pick-Up Rider Ac-:Good Delivery thru on Feb.Any 28 Toro DIRTY ROTTENSCQUNDRFTS (Up to 40 Feet of Material)

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funeral services were SYSTEM INCLUDING ALL APPLIANCES AND
held Jan. 24 in '
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Bryant officiating. Arrangements SPECIAL LOWEST TANK INSTALLATION IN
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Julius Kowatch,76,of Starke died '' I FOR ALL YOUR PROPANE NEEDS
Jan. 18 at his residence following an .
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extended illness. .Chug oil f
Born July 5, 1912 in Pennsylvania ..Sharpe BUdo t'
Mr. Kowatch moved to Starke over, .A4)u) .t Carbuntor GAINESVILLE
50 years ago.He was a Baptist served .Lube CIHB Tbroltl Air Pillar LESLIE NIELSEN 1533 376-4677
in the U.S. Navy in World War II, .Cheek All If uu ft BolUAdjiut (LP-GAS)
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at Grace Baptist Church with Rev.
Leland Strickland officiating.Burial
was in Kingsley Lake Cemetery Ii

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