Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01535
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u.ctlon"o Pa1.. FEB 061989

Outside.. SECTIONAI12Pog.. SINCE 187'
Mild temperatures will prevail south of a front that stretches Hard N.vvi.1-3.10A
from the midwest into the Great Lakes area and New England. Editorial Pag..4ATh
Frigid air is pushing slowly down from Alaska and Canada but it .Social Sc.n.. .. ... . .5-tA / Oj
Is not expected to reach Florida Temperatures behind the front are Public Nolle.. ,r 00 0 >. I
40 to 50 degrees colder. Sports.*A 1j'Excessive rJ1J 9 \ '
A cooling trend Is expected to begin late in the weekend, but .. v O "J"fo
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week. The front will not penetrate further than central Georgia and Grand Opening . . . .1 IB 1fJ) @SO OF; F\;
Alabama. H.Ipln1h. Hungry . . .21 1 l v .
cold has been collecting in the far north, being trapped Junior Woman . . . 4,148 0 ctithere
by the jet stream, which is holding an east-west pattern much R.iUUntt Tlr.d . . . 4-SB fXr: 'of. ...
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BHS i w '? tb t i V't Lot Variance

BHS report lr l ,, ra
students Jan. 24

back comment They're the top code made of At S.Fe Lake

side. Plans are
cards at least

semester and where to go. Our only chance Is to
term. by Buster Rahn get a variance."
BCT Staff Writer Two letters, written by Carol Goss
Class of The request for a variance by the and Helen Delate, were presented to
The Reunion Signature Group to allow two homesto the board in opposition to the re
of 1969 will hold be built on a lot 4,000 sq. ft. less quest.Harold.
Thursday, Feb. than the required minimum size was Hill, president of the Santa
Western Steer denied Tuesday, Jan. 31, by the Fe Lake Dwellers Association,came
Dates times Bradford County Board of Adjustment to the podium to ask the board to
finalized. All deny the request,saying one house is
please attend. The denial appears to end a seriesof so close to the lake that water will
964-5000 or attempts by the Signature Groupto lap the foundation during high water
964-7271. build two houses on the parcel time. "There is no justification to
near the boat ramp on Little Santa grant the variance," Hill said.

U-CAP Fe About Lake.two months ago Craig R. Rick Replogle, Zoning Board
United Wieser, owner of Signature Group, member, asked permission to ad-
(U-CAP) will asked county commissioners to dress the Board of Adjustment.
at 7:30: p.m., in close CR-41 Terrace, thereby giving Replogle said he owns no Santa Fe
ty Courthouse. adjacent landowners half the right- Lake property and does not know
of-way, enlarging the lot size. The any of the principals. While he sym-
Free Tax commissioners turned him down pathizes with both sides, he suggeststhe
when opposition appeared. board consider the technical
The Bradford
Library is Wieser had already laid founda- side.Replogle said the board should
for Volunteer tions for two homes on the lot, hold the applicant to the application,
Assistance ( represented as having 31,000sq.ft.or which states Signature Group is ask-
counseling 36,000 sq.ft., 50 feet of lake frontage. ing for a variance to build two
volunteers.The Under county zoning rules, the houses on two lots of 15,000 sq. ft.
Library Earners at Bradford High... minimum lot size for two houses is each.
tax forms. 40,000 sq.ft., with a minimum fron- The two houses are actually being
be ordered, 12 Bradford High students who earned Middle row: Danielle Smith, Mark Shuford, Tonya tage of 100 feet. According to Infor- built on one lot,represented as being
no. the second six-weeks grading period Klein, Kristen Pfennlger. mation given in the hearing, the lot either two 15,000 sq. ft. each ((30,000sq.
The tax ( Top row: Link Bishop, Deana Holiday, Ron Zurfluh, fails both requirements. ft.) or 36,000 sq. ft.
be held each Yvonne Bobo Mlckl Becker. Signature Group was representedat Replogle said zoning requirements -
from Feb. 8 Canova and Steve Thornton. Absent day photo was taken: senior Shawn Blom. the Board of Adjustment meetingby allow two homes on one
Call the Project Manager Bill Grimes. lot, but the minimum size is 40,000
further sq.ft.
Grimes claimed "Mistakes were Grimes had indicated zoning rules
Gospel Earn Straight A's at BHS made in the Zoning Office," allowingthe aren't clear,even difficult to unders-
The firm to obtain permits to build. tand regarding lot size, but Reploglesaid
hold Later in the hearing Grimes admit it isn't difficult at all. The rules
Sunday a gospel, Feb. 11 High students,or Miss Becker Is enrolled in vanced American government, and ted Signature Group has violated say a minimum of 40,000 sq. ft. is required -
1,150-member stu- psychology, advanced economics, student leadership. zoning rules and regulations in prior in a lot for building two
and straight-A's for honors English IV, chorus I, physicsI Tonya Klein, daughter of Mr. and homes constructed on the lake. Since houses, and frontage must be a
7:30: p.m.Sunday grading period and jazz ensemble III. Mrs. Michael Klein of Starke. Miss they hadn't been stopped before, minimum of 100 lineal feet. The lot
15. Shawna Blom daughter of Mr. Klein is enrolled in chemistry II, Grimes said, they believed the rules on which the two houses have been
a.m. or 5.3 percent and Mrs. Jimmy Epps of Starke. psychology I, physics I, economics, are not important and would not be started has 50 ft. lake frontage,
Band body, earned all A's Miss Blom is enrolled in chemistryII temporary institutional placement enforced in this instance. Replogle said.
the A-B honor humanities I chorus II teacher's aide, and a Santa Fe Community 'The facts are being orally variedto
on physics Grimes said one home is 2/3 complete "
Board of
BHS Band advanced American government, College course. and the other 1/3 complete,and you, Replogle. told the

Thursday, Feb. students, by grade, honors English IV, and temporary Kristen Pfenniger daughter of his firm is "just trying to get out of a Adjustment.Replogle continued to call atten-
the BHS Band "
institutional placement. Mrs. Linda Wilson of Starke. Miss bad situation and put it behind us. tion to rules, saying that variances
Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mrs. Pfenniger is enrolled in honors He said one house has been sold, and cannot be made to bail out ap-
Beth Bobo of Starke. Miss Bobo is denial of the variance will create
English IV, band IV trigonometry,
Prenatal daughter of Mr. enrolled in French II, painting I, legal problems with the purchaser. Variance.
parents will Becker of Lawtey. honors English IV, physics I, ad- (See BIIS ASP.10A Grimes said, "We don't know (See .P.1oA

at 7 p.m., in the

will ment Agricultural learn, labor about, Hall.'R Laurie Mullins, Angela Ward, Cam Ward Honored .

the newborn. McKeown read the citation, stating MC McKeown read the citation, ble Ward, is a BHS senior, with a SFCC Student Ward...
weeks. Call that Tomlinson has been a driving stating, "A retired kindergarten GPA above 3.0, in the top 15 percentof
registeration.Bd. residents were force in the community for 35 years. teacher,Laurie Mullins always gave his class. Angela Ann Ward was the first student -
outstanding ac He served as president of the her students her best. Each child from Keystone High to receive
Cam has been selected "most
of the Richard W. Odom Community
Commerce several and to
and contributions to Chamber of was very special important enthusiastic" by the student council
The Chamber by the Chamber of times and president of the Florida her. She always went the extra mile and "most likely to succeed" by the Scholarship Andrews to Santa Fe Community
Board of its annual dinner National Bank in Starke, "suppor- for her class and tried to make learning senior class. College, Center.
meeting has 28. ting and contributing to many wor- a real experience. Cam is president of the student Angela will graduate at the end of
day noon, recognizes two thwhile organizations and causes "Always ready to pick up the council,and served as secretary and this semester with a 3.46 GPA, an
Fe Community Year,one from Brad- designed to make this a better community and- slack. For the past 20-plus years treasurer of the council in prior outstanding feat, considering that
Room. and one from San- in which" to live, Laurie has been the support, and in- years. He was president of the ninth she attends school four nights a
College, Andrews raise a family. fluence in Bradford Girl Scouting.Her grade class, three years ago. week, and holds a full time job as
Student honors a Citizen-of- For the past several years, willingness\ to work with girlstroops bank teller with the Merchants and
Humanitarian-of-the- Tomlinson served as chairman of or plan organized successfulevents Cam was a representative to Boy'sState Southern Bank in Melrose.
The BUS the Rotary Club's annual Rural- for entire neighborhoods, In- where he was elected senator
ing headway Chamber were: Urban Day chicken dinner activity, spired everyone. by his peers. Dr. April O'Conner, who has had
ject for the : J.E,Tomlin- guaranteeing a successful conclu- "She is always looking for service He received the "I Dare You"award Angela as a student, says, "I have
council plans to sion to a worthwhile project. projects to better Starke citizens and and attended. a today con- found her (Angela) to be an excellent -
trees, making -Year: Several months ago, Tomlinson the community. A moving force in ference in Michigan.In student academically. But
projects ever accepted a promotion from the local the First United Methodist Church, February, Cam will attend the more that that Angela is an outstan-
Individuals, the Year, BHS: Cam bank to the home office in Jackson- she is a willing, serving member, National Youth Leadership Con ding citizen of the college. She has
organizations ville. He is now senior vice- always first to volunteer time, ference\ Washington, D.C. done a great job in several of our
in the project the Year, SFCC: president, statewide division energy and support. excelled in Track and dramatic presentations, where she
He has has shown that she is a dependable
ban credit ad- of retirement
ph. manager, consumer "In her first year for the past four Need
The council ministration. He and his wife, she is back at Southside Elementary Cross Country sometresponsiveinUone! person., and beyond
the community ... Ramona, continue to live in Starke. almost daily, as a volunteer workeror years. the call of duty? Give it to Angela.
ject a success.Upcoming.. for Citizen- substitute teacher." "Cam has set an example for all\
plaque Humanitarian Mullins... students at BHS, and deserves this
presented Richard to Wel-J.E. Laurie Mullins was unable to attend BUS Student Ward... recognition for student leadership," (See Honored..P.IOA)
Public Ceremonies Chuck the Chamber dinner. However, Cam Ward,son of Robert and Deb- said McKeown.

coming weeks .._-- .w_ _'-Yr1rr &H" .. ''' viOur ,- ,-.-..._.....,'. I
a + ;
Bradford datr t na
meet Monday, :

in Courthouse.Lawtey the

Feb.Starke 6 at 7:30

of police
Vote Starke in City

day, Feb. 7 at :
Counting\ of \
primary may
\ xs ;

will p.m.11 meet\ J I. j3 r.

N.Brooker Temple Ave.

Feb. 14 at 7:30

day ministration.., Feb!) 14- at 11 _

Ave., 10 a.m.,
.Starke City i

day Hall.Feb. 21,

Starke I
Thursday, Feb. \
ty Hall.' Citizen-of-the-Year...

Bradford Banker J.E.Tomlinson,left was named Cltlzen-of-the-Year for 1988 by f
will hold the Chamber.
month Monday \ ____ Humanitarian... A* president of the Chamber In 1985, Tomlinson appointed the
mlninstation Downtown Progress Committee, which oversaw the renovation of the
Ave. ... Laurie MulUni. widely known for downtown Call Street area and started up the Economic Development
Bradford her<<: caring work with children and a Authority for which 300.000 was raised to bring Industry Into the county. I
meets named Anegela Ward of Keystone Heights the student-of- teacher, was honored ashumanilariaaOfthe Tomlinson Is congratulated by Mr*. Anne Miller and Chuck McKeown,
In Starke City Andrews Center of Santa Fe Community College. Senior -year by the who heads the F.DC. I
Bradford School.
Cam Ward was named student-of-the-year at High Chamber. \

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IT"." : Mchison- Haynes Top Spellers at SS I

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r Troyls Etchison correctly spelled"conflict" Mrs. Baker's room' Amber Brown, "landsc e" before mispelling Phyllis Rother. Judges were SS
and"location"to becomethe Nikki Jackson, and Nicole Stevens "conflict.'' Troyis spelled "tradi Media Center Director Dan Smith,
spelling bee champion of from Mrs.Wood's room; Aaron liar- tion" and "correct" and when Floyd Baker and Steve Futch.
Y Southslde Elementary.Etchison via, Sean Phillips and Lance Turner Steven mispelled "conflict" Troyis The two winners will compete In
r Is the son of Mrs. Chan- from Mrs. Blackshear's room, and corectly spelled that word plus the county-wide spelling bee set Feb.
rW'' dra Scott of Starke. Runner-up is Rosella Smith, Troyis Etchison and "location"to win the bee. 15 at 10 a.m.in the school systtemad-
Steven Haynes, the son of Mr. and Bradley Barber from Mrs. Stroud's No student dropped out until the ministrative office on
Mrs. Terrell Haynes of Starke. The room. third round. Some of the words the Avenue in Starke.
alternate is Amber Brown. The SS bee went on for seven students mispelled were: picket ... .. "
t'I Twelve fifth graders competed In rounds, before the 12 were narrowed employ, annual, purchase, courage, : ff !
the SS bee Monday morning Jan.30. down to Troyis Etchison and Steven and column. r
They were Jennifer Swanson, Gordon Haynes. In the spell-off,Steven cor- Coordinator of the SS bee was Mrs. .." ..r''j I
Brown Steven Haynes fromBerry rectly spelled "difference" and Ann Baker. Pronouncer was Mrs. \ \ [I "" ,

"' ... Johnson Top Spellers at SE ''lIfI.1. ,: .' I Iby

Buster Rahn
BCT Staff Writer
l .....!.' Two of Becky Dubolsky's k r.f
J 1fi. __ __ ____ students, Temika Berry and Dante
u ;
I' Johnson, took the first two places In
Troyls Etchison St.v.n Haynes the Starke Elementary 5th grade
spelling bee Wednesday, Feb. 1. j
at SS
Champion Sp.ll.r
Runn.r-Up Spells at
Pronouncer Phyllis Rother called .
out 55 words before a winner was ...
determined. Runner-up Dante
PatrickTop Johnson went down on the word"dif iftI
Juchniewicz ference." Winner Temika Berry correctly 1f' ..
spelled"difference, and won
by correctly spelling the word ,
at LES "tradition." '" ,.. '
Words that eliminated contestantswere
: "purchase, arctic, column, It
relax, employ, exchange, meteor,
"mascara", then Juchniewicz spelled -
Theresa Juchniewicz spelled"waybill"
annual, education, feature and dif
and"quartz"correctly to "suffocate"correctly. ference."
take first place in the Lawtey Patrick missed "waybill" and ,
Elementary Spelling Bee last week. Juchniewicz spelled it correctly to Tonya Bates, no. 3 in the contest,
Juchniewicz and runner-up Shan- take the title. was named alternate for the county- t
non Patrick will represent their Other contestants included: Diana wide spelling bee, to be held in the ( 4"1
Searcy, Robin Williams, Shannon
school in the county-wide bee. county Administration Building "
The bee at LES went 14 rounds Patrick, Dana Wilkinson, Pam Wednesday, Feb. 15. ...., '
with the top spellers battling back Chadwick, Tina Eunis, Tonya Temika Berry is the daughter of Tcmlka Berry Dante Johnson :.. '!1.. .: .:.. ;....
and forth. Taylor, Anquan Austin, Jeffery Mrs. Mary Berry. Dante Johnson is Champion Spells at SI Runnar-Up Sp.ll.r at SI ""M [ j..,. :: ,r
Juchniewicz got her first break Pilcher, Jonl Griffis, Christina the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin '"""", :" ;t
when third place finisher Grover, Scott Conkel, Michael Fu- Greene. Mrs. Linda Yon is Tonya Adele Mitchell, Sylvia Reddish and James Watson, school board : \ &: ; :'j. I
Cowie missed "overcapitalize'Wendy, qua, Raye Padgett Christine Bates' mother. Kathy Gaines. Joy Tetstone, 5th member, and several parents attended 1.-.1 ''l.. '" ,.ooi '::' 3i. I
leaving just the top two to battle it Runybar, Dwayne Wilkinson, Zack Judges for the spelling bee were grade teacher, was coordinator. the meet. ,, .".:.:;, \ t'J'r', 'I::
.... .
Smith, Jason Clemons and Sherman fir ._ _' r r-: "'_' if I
out.Both contestants missed Ross.Tharvsa loot: ..- ;";' "... :::: :
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-'- Worth NotingI : .. \ I
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I'iI' Learn I a Trade... Learn to Read... Square Dance...
The Job Training PartnershipAct
4J. schoolat If you know and adult who wantsto Plus Level dance Instruc-
f (JTPA) will send you to square
the Vocational Center, if you learn to read, or if you want to tion Is available each Tuesday in
qualify.There. help someone learn to read, contact the Kingsley Lake Civic Center,
are openings in Commer- Librarian Sue Crum at the Library from 8-10 p.m.. with Ken Perez,
cial Vehicle and Driving, or call the Bradford County caller. For additional informationcall
Cosmetology, Clerical Welding, Library at 964-6400. 964-7955.
Heavy Equipment and Hor-
For further Information contactMs.
the local Job Service Office NORTHSIDE

3 + 9648092. Church
Northside Baptist
Arthritis Foundation...
... ,
Chapter An area is Arthritis being formed Foundation locally. If "Y February 5, 6&7' ., "''' 1\1'1'1,,' .", ""

ti.7 'WUklson interested, 782-3462, please (call Lawtey Lorraine Ex- .. ._ 'wwtz Corner of SR.16 and'CR ...1o.i..wl.'rl o ( ..(ii.1 i v cmn,..... .In-mi..".'

,t .( change).

1 \ ... Unemployed..?
,.... Unemployed persons meeting
Juchnlawlcz Shannon Patrick certain criteria may be eligible for
iCS Speller at LCS the dislocated worker program,
Champion Sp.ll.r at Runnar-Up
under the Job Training PartnershipAct.
Call Sandra Demps at (904)
Revival in 758-0433 in Lake City for further in-
Reading CountyThere formation. Ms. Demps works for a
state agency Job Service of
their children,teaching them to read Florida a subdivision of Florida
is a reading revival going on Dept. of Labor.
in Bradford County, Library Director the old fashioned way.
Sue Crum says. Parents will have an opportunityto In' Emergency...
Crum will speak at the Parent participate in the committee
Education Committee meeting Mon- meeting. County residents with 485, 468 or
day, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m.,in the Starke Phone 964-6400 for further infor- 496 telephone prefixes may call
numbers, 376-1502 or Dr.Virgil
Elementary School. mation. There is no admission either of two Evangelist
Crum advises parents to read to charge. 377-5122, in emergency situations, Lovett
toll free, day or night. In daytime Moody Adams
working hours the call will go into 5-11 a.m. Feb. 6 & 7 7 p.m.
the courthouse switchboard, at Rev .
SciooLunch Menu night the calls go to the county Jail. John StricklandFebruary
Jurors should call 964-6280 if focal
to Starke or 375-0209 in 485, 475 or 5-7 p.m.
February 27-28,1989 468 areas.

All meals served with choice of milk Singles Meet...
Starke Church of God Christian Charles "Buddy" Ball will be In charge of the Song Services on Monday
Monday-Pizza, tossed salad, sliced peaches,peanut butter
bar Singles in Action will be having February 6 and Tuesday February 7.
Tuesday Turkey with gravy or turkey pot pie, mixed their meetings the of each second month.and Singing for us on Monday. February 6 will be the Nazworth Family
vegetables,hot roll, manager's choice of fruit or vegetableLook' fourth Fridays 7 will be Suzanne Strickland.
Good speakers, food and Singers and on Tuesday, February
fellowship are featured each time.

For These. ,' .:"r:,..}/,#: t',_;,): Call 964-7678 or 964-9681.

Advertising Inserts.,C- :)i '" Elect

e Sonny's BBQ..Buv> One Get 2nd.1/2 Off!
Eckerd's Valentine Sales.

6pring Garden::< :
-Ace !u.n. 1ware's
Roundup t < '

.S Machine mewing Sale Jl-s '. HODGES .

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MEETINGNOTICE Feb.. 7, 1989 'The Riaht Choice"I

would like to thank'all of the people who voted on Jan. 24 and the people town

There will be a CITIZEN'S ADVISORY 'and out of town who spoke. ,to friends and family about me. Thanks tothe, people

TASK FORCE meeting for the month who offered rides to the: sick' or handicapped. just want everyone to know how

February 1989. Scheduled meetingwill good I felt after the votes were.counted. The fact that,y. had the confidence in

be February 6, 1989 at 6:30 p.m. at me to do the job overwhelming.! ,

the City Hall. Lawtey. Florida. On Feb. 7,1989, 'there will be a final run-off ai City Hall for. Police Chief. I'm

and cast' .ballot for me. Between now '
asking,that once more you show up your
AGENDA: and' friends about this and let's have a .
Program Update. Approval of new and then talk to your neighbors. .

clients for Demolition/Relocation'. 100% turnout this time. ;

and/or Rehabilitation. : .. ,Again, thanks,for your support and dedication. '1 J

>" Sincerely, John Hodgest .



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I Itczoning Request Withdrawn After Discussion Bogs Down ,I

i m
by fluster!' UahnM perty in the county for the past Slarke, with a full-time resident office for recommendations."
ther pursue the request. has failed, In that the situation has
several I
T Stall Urili-r years, and his family has manager on board. Assistant
Zoning Director Janet
Zoning Board Member Medford gotten this far before finding out the
The Bradford owned land in the county for "as far
County Zoning Turner said
the land
Use Plan does "
Connelly stated, "I feel the classification Is
Board meeting drew :io-i5: people back as I can remember. Wrong Classification... not provide for RV parks, except in system wrong.
Tu/stlayJan.: :ii,to hear Tom Smith Smith intends! to put in an !KV park Smith was requesting the parcelbe an agricultural classification.
ri'uist| rezoning: 15.58 acres! on and compground with 56 spaces reclassified from RSF-MH Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal Join the "Yo-Yo" Team for Christ
Sampson/ Luke for a recreational across Sampson Lake road from the (Single family residence, mobile said the local zoning board cannot
vehiclevumpground.. 'lake, for campers using the lake and home) to RMH-P-RV (Residence change the land use plan for more
The rouuust bogged down on a surrounding area for recreational Mobile Home Park, RecreationalVehicle than 5 acres, and cannot circumventthe SewingJbr Souls
technicality before thestage activities, including fishing, hiking, ). The RV designation is a law by changing 3 five acre plots.
in which input is from etc. variance, to the RMH classification,
the audience, and Smith withdrew Surveyor Pat Welch presented which would allow the landowner to "The 15 acres will have to .., Items are created from these yo-yo's
the application. set drawings backs of and the retention camp site,saying meet all build a mobile home park on the landif through the DCA (Department go of /- c and sold In Lamp of Jesus Craft Shop. I
requirements and that areas natural rezoned as requested. Community Affairs) procedures, Funds are used to help ones In need.
During a break In the discussion,a vegetation will be retained as muchas Zoning Board Chairman Rick taking 3-6 months," O'Neal said. Material supplied through clothing
lake front resident, Jim Carter, attempted possible.Campsites. Replogle raised the issue of whether Replogle commented, "In my opinion ministry.
to enter petition in opposition will be larger than the correct classification was being the requested classification Anyone or Groups
to the request,but was ruled nut average,with some lots having up to requested by Smith, saying, "The does not provide for an RV park." I Welcome
of order at the time. The Smith
meeting 3,000 ft. An withdrew the application,
sq. average campsite zoning sought is for a mobile home Interested? Call 964-7109 or 964-5898
ended prior to hearing from anyone contains 1,200 sq. ft., Welch said. A park. The only reference to !RV and did not comment on plans to fur
in the audience. central garbage collection site will parks in zoning rules and regulations -
The Intent... be provided,with a dump site to han- is a variance to an agriculture .11' '" ? _
dle from self-contained KV
sewage classification. The intent docs not
Tom Smith, who lives on Kinglsey motor homes and trailers. meet requirements for the
take, said he is a former resident of Smith said the campground will be classification." requested si. 1
Bradford County and has owned pro- similar to the KOA KnmpKround in Smith said "I relied on the zoning

I Epps, Hodges Face Off inA Tucs. Votefor

run-off vote for Starke's police After he left the Police Department the city says he'll go
chief Is set Tuesday, Feb. 7, between Epps ran a country grocery back to his raceband loses.
Jimmy Epps? and John Hodges for store in Theressa and sold in- Before resigning to join the Police ,
the remaining eight months of the surance. In 1983 Epps lost his! license Department, Hodges was twice LINK OF LOVE
unexpired term of resigned Chief to sell insurance for violating an elected police chief of Hampton. ,
Jimmy Bowen. agency rule of the Florida Department 964 voters turned out in the firs ,
Epps,49,a car salesman, led by 56 of Insurance. primary, 39.1 percent of the city's
votes over Hodges, 32, a police 2,463'oters but higher than most ,
lieutenant, in the first primary vote. Epps said he did not respond to thought.
Epps had 385:>> votes, Hodges 329 in notice of the Department of Insurance Clerk Neil Tucker predicts a close r
the four-candidate race. Charles that his license was being runoff race. Only the chief's race is
Belcher polled 161 votes, former revoked because he thought the on the run-off ticket.In What better
police officer Ricky Bennett got 71 complaint lacked validity. Kpps the Jan. 24 election, city voters
votes. says nobody lost any money due to also were :J-l (641 to 219) opposed to time than
Epps is a retired military veteran the mistake. an appointive chief, about the sameas
with 20 years service. lie was a in two previous votes on the ap- Valentine'sDay '
Starke police officer from 1976-79. Hodges joined the Police Depart- pointive issue. Voters overwhelm-
He ran for police chief in 1979, got into ment in 1985 as a dispatcher and has ingly, 783-71, said the chief should to I happy Vali'iilint-'s Day, Sarah!
the second primary where he lost worked his way up to being one of have minimum education qualifica t We love you!
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Modest Man AndrewsBy

Cathlee Rae Mozlnskl

Guy Andrews has been described as a tall he set his goal on earning a college degree.

mandistinguished, successful, modest. A Bradford County had been offering a $350 r "
man with vision. But most of all, a man with a agricultural scholarship to the University of
irresistably persuasive manner. Florida, but due to the Great Depression
Born in 1908 to Laura (Reddish) and Will money was scarce and the County Commis- i
Andrews, he grew up on their farm at New sion voted to discontinue it. But that didn't
River, 12 miles west of Starke. His earliest stop Andrews. He lay awake at riIIUitL
schooling was in a one-room schoolhouse out a way to get the scholarship reinstate
nearby, where he learned the value of educa- With the aid of a few persuasive friends who
tion from his teachers, some of whom boarded talked to the Commissioners in his behalf, he
in his home.Everyone managed to do just that.
worked hard in his family. One While at the University, he worked to help
hot summer day,as he was picking peas in his pay for expenses by washing glass test tubesat
father's field, he thought, ''Someday, I'm an experimental station, waiting tables,
to find an easier way to make a living.going and one summer, he 'cow-sat'. "I lived in a
When it came time to enter high school barn with the cows so they wouldn't be stolen.I .
transportation had a good time and didn't lose a cow." he A light-hearted moment at the Andrews Center dedication dedicatory speaker; Alan J. Robertson SFCC President,
was a problem, so he boarded said. and Charles L. Blount, SFCC Endowment
with a in ceremony on January 21 drew chuckles from the Corporation
family His
grandfather gave On February 4, 1935,he graduated from the speakers stand. president.
a gilt (a female ) which Andrews
bred University of Florida. "College didn't just Pictured from left: the Rev Ben Bryant; Harold C.
board, and sold the litter for $95 to help pay his give me an educationcollege gave me confidence Farnsworth Jr.,vice chairman Santa Fe Community Col- Another light moment occurred when Andrews said
during the school term. ," he said. "Before college, I had a lege Endowment Board; Guy Andrews, for whom the An- "I'm so happy I could dance a Jig-If Ben Bryant would let
After graduating from high school in 1930, poor self-image." drews Center was named; E.L. (Gene) Matthews the me." The answer, of course, was "No!"

With degree in hand, he rode in the rum- Development Authority started the fund
ble seat of a Chevrolet coupe to drive with a substantial contribution of
Tallahassee where he went to work for the 50000. Others followed that lead.
federal Department of Agriculture. He A highlight! g(the drive was!\ .a week-long
etriTOKJAls later moved to Washington D.C., and con- auction and garage sale, staged TrTTKfr
tinued working for the same organization, shadow of the old courthouse itself. :
primarily as a land-use planner. During N "The wholehearted involvement of sO;
that time, he and his friend flipped a coin many people was a big part of the sale's:
-:1.: JCommunity to see whether they would spend success," Andrews says. "It brought the
Christmas in Virginia or in Starke and entire community together That kind of:
they ended up in Virginia. His friend's community involvement brought $22,000.:
sister was also there and later became into the renovation fund."
Guy's fiancee. He and Elizabeth (Betts) But Andrews had decided to provide:
Should ListenTo Sanders were married in 1941 and have whatever balance was needed to make his
two children.In dream come true. "I'll' see it through," he

1943, with World War II raging, he said. And he did. .
Teenage NeedsLast went to the Banana River Naval Station on "As usual,there were some who doubted
Merritt Island, as a lieutenant junior ;';/' ",, ',"i""\.; '"" that it could be done," Dr. Bernard;
grade, and became Senior Assistant Supp- :: McFadden, the SFCC Starke coordinator,
Three years later he left the Jtf tr said, "but the Andrews Center now has 378
week's "Letters to the Area Need Supply Corps as a lieutenant commander, k v students who occupy 800 seats in 47 dif
Editor" column carried a Teenagers and returned home to Starke. ; ferent classes. It has been a huge;
Someplace to 'Hang-Out After starting in business with an auto ,; 'if!''iIX;; il\\. I success."
message from a teenager ad- supply! store in 1946, he decided to sell out ""',,,1" "':,"/11': '11'FI,', "., ; "Besides his financial support, Guy has;
of weeks there ;:,:, (
In the Florida Times Union
a :
dressed to the parents of Bradford couple ago, and purchased the Starke Motor Court one ; h remained involved in day-to-day activities'
County. It was a message that was a lengthy article along with pictures of teenagers in of Starke's first motels, on old State Road '," ; { of the center and has been a major factor'in
Orange Park/Clay County having "nothing to do..no placeto "
deserved consideration, and it got 13, which later became U.S. Highway 301. ". '" ,' its growing success, Dr. McFaddensaid.
go" !
The motel was sold in 1955 and Guy turn- "About 400 seats are now occupied by
the attention of at least two This definitely struck a familiar chord around ;
my ed his attention to other fields,building the students on scholarships, most of which
parents who agreed that area household, but there was some irony to it, too. I have heard first of several supermarkets for Winn- have been initiated or provided by An'

teenagers need someplace to'hangout' numerous teenagers lament about Starke having nothing to Dixie in North and Central Florida, along : drews and his wife, Elizabeth."
do and blamed small town with limited '
on weekends, other on being a with shopping centers, service stations "The Center offers 60 degree or certificate .
Then when Park kidswith
resources. Orange bowling, to of
an associate
and other commercial buildings. programs up
than parking lots from which they miniature and all the other businesses '
skating, golf, they Guy and five other persons played an im- arts degree, McFadden added.
are usually evicted by the policeor havecomplain of "nothing to do", this seems very portant role in the four-laning of U.S. 301 Guy Andrews Andrews also has interests in many

the property owner. perplexing! through Starke, by persuading the State other fields. In 1985, the board of directorsof
Having two teenagers at home, my husband and I are the Children's Home Society of Florida
Road Department to widen it from two to 1978 when space was offered in Bradford ,
well aware that Friday and Saturday nights are usually renamed its Jacksonville administrative
four lanes, rather than build a by-pass High School.
there is need
Undoubtedly a for
spent "cruising" Starke aimlessly, burning tanks-ful of gas
road west of Starke ad- building for Andrews and his son, Tom
as some people
such a gathering place for as though it were free! vocated.In Andrews has always had a special feel- who initiated the Society's endowmentfund

teenagers, most of whom Just If the kids pull into any lot to visit or 'hang-out', the local 1951,Andrews was instrumental in at- ing for the old courthouse, where he at- campaign by a gift of property and
them off. 'No loitering' seems to be the policy tended trials as a in the
want to "socialize" with their police run tracting a clothing manufacturing plant many spectator life insurance.He .
everywherefrom the bowling to early days. It was also where he receivedthe
alley eating was on the SFCC Board of Trustees
the letter out of Lexington N.C., called the Big Dad
peers, according to establishments to centers. It scholarship that made his
empty shopping seems college from September, 1966, and continued serv-
Manufacturing Co. It is still in operation
writer. Just in case you missed businesses want the kids' money, then want them to moveon under new ownership, and is now the degree possible.A ing (with two terms as chairman) until

the' teenager's letter, we are down the road! Starke Uniform', with more than 200 new million-dollar! courthouse was retiring in 1984. He also served on the
repfl 4tingit this week, together The Starke Police on at least one Friday night even employees. built in 1971. The 1902 building fell into Board of Alachua General'Hospital two
with'a'challenging letter from a checked each vehicle pulling into the bowling alley Andrews also "Clevefot>ed'starke's first disuse and was about to be put up for sale years and for the past tom y ars has beena
driveway to be sure they were actually going in to bowl- board member of Santa Fe Health Care
couple of "Parents of Cruisers"who shopping center and has served as a when Gene Matthews, then publisher of
not just teenagers wanting to cruise! the Bradford Inc., which operates Bradford
member and chairman of the Bradford County Telegraph, led a
know the extent of the pro- As a parent, but also a business-minded person, I can County Development Authority."I drive to preserve the historic structure. Hospital, as well as Alachua General and
blem the teenage letter-writer is understand and appreciate both sides of the issue. Even a couldn't have gone to the Universityof The Bradford County Historical Board of three others.
talking about. teenager can only eat so many Big Macs, play so many Florida without that scholarship. I have Trustees was created by a special act of He has been a member and benefactor of
videos or bowl so many games! My sons have even washed strong feelings about education... about the State Legislature and secured a deed to the First Presbyterian Church of Starke
their trucks on Friday night at the Starke car wash, so they making it available to everyone who's willing .the building on Oct. 2. 1973. for 40 years, and was ordained an Elder in
could park there and visit! The majority of the teenagers: 1947 serving 18 years. In 1985 he receivedthe
Read who to extend and really after it, he hlater
onparents go An conceived the idea of
just want a place to park play their "sound systems' for < con chamber of Commerce "Citizen of theYear"
recognize this problem and would the enjoyment of all, and hop from car to car visiting their said. verting the old courthouse into a Starke award.
named of
In 1964 Andrews chairman
like to help do something about it: friends. Can't we just spare one parking lot (empty after an advisory committee was appointed to ex- Center for Santa Fe Community College, On January 21, 1989, the SFCC Starke
the businesses close) and let the kids know this is"open ter- thus opening new educational oppor- Center was renamed the Andrews Centeras
ritory" as long as they respect the rights of others? The the possibility of establishing Brad-a tunities for Bradford County students. The a fitting reminder of the contributor to
flore to Alachua and
Starke Police could patrol as necessary, but not hassle just : college serve Alachua Board of Trustees agreed to make the the Starke and Bradford County Community -
Counties. It in
was placed
for the sake of hassling! building available for this purpose.In who people will remember for genera-
and named Santa
County Fe Community
TEENAGERS- March, 1984 an effort was started to tions to
TO THE TO THE an experiment such as this come.
after the river that is the
LETTERS EDITORA were accomplished the burden would be on you and your College between the two counties.In boundary raise funds for a complete renovation of At the end of the dedication ceremonies,
friends to prove that you are worthy of this trust 1 You the building's interior to meet college it was Guy Andrews' turn to speak. He
MUST NOT litter in the lots break bottles drag race, no the fall of 1966, SFCC began offering needs. Andrews became chairman of the praised the people who worked so diligently -
alcohol or drugs and absolutely no damage to the courses in Starke for the convenience of steering committee to raise a million to make the SFCC Center happen, and
businesses or lot. These few simple rules would not be too Bradford County students. Classes were dollars within the county to carry out this closed by saying, "Thank you for your
Place to Go strict, I don't think, if you really want "just a place to hang held at various locations in Starke until tremendous project. The Bradford County kindness."

out and visit!" But it would be up to you to obey the rules
and make sure your friends realize these rules must NOT "" -
Parents of Bradford County... be broken or you are back to the streets! If the teenagers
I am a teenager of Bradford County and adults police I IAnother themselves, there would be much less hassle from Father Fred Yerkes Becomes Legend I I IFred

would like to express my feelings and ask
solution has been
possible brought to my atten
a'few questions about an importantissue
you in Starke. tion. Perhaps since the old Winn-Dixie store is still vacant,
would Winn-Dixie possibly consider "loaning" the buildingas Yerkes was a tradition; he was a religious heritage. They were built before
In the past few years, parents, have you an experiment (even for six months) to make a "teen legend in his own time. Some of his the turn of the century and were artfully
noticed the mileage on your teenager's car club". Some parents have even volunteered to assist and parishioners say he was a saint, and all constructed of the best heart pine lumber,
rapidly increasing? Are you tired of giving monitor during "open hours". The students and adults agree that his death on January 25 markedthe the sturdiest of beams, and the finest of
$10 a shot for gas on Friday and Saturday could have a clean-up" day. A little paint, elbow grease end of an era in circuit-riding ministry.To leaded glass) windows. Sometimes the
nights. and pride could do wonders for this building, while givingthe Yerkes' fires were hot enough to draw sap
Do you realize the youth of Bradford teenagers something to work for! the ones he ministered to in many from the fragrant timbers.In .
have no place to go?All we can do is drive It seems reasonable to ask that perhaps the City and small Episcopal churches in this North the early years, St. Mark's was home
around. we cannot even park in a parking County could work together to allocate funds to purchaseold Central area of Florida, he will be irreplaceable base for Father Yerkes, but he also served
lot to talk to friends without a police officer video games and maybe a juke box (a County Commis- and unforgettable. "Father several other missions. His Sunday
running us off. What's worse is that ten sioner is in this business), get Coke or Pepsi to put in a Fred", as they called him passed away schedule of services was: Melrose 9 a.m.;
minutes later that same police officer will drink machine, perhaps the kids would have a fundraisercar quietly at his deak in the old Yerkes family Starke,11 a.m.; Waldo,4 p.m.; Cedar. ,

be parked in that same parking lot, talkingto ( wash??) to help raise money for this project.Post ihly home in Jacksonville, where he lived 7:30 p.m. "On the third Sunday, I often
a friend of HISI To me, this does not a small admission charge would help cover the cost of elec- alone. played hookey and went to Trenton.
seem fair.There tricity ($1 or 92 per ). The possibilities are endless Newberry, High Springs, Cross Cityand
person Father Fred was a "circuit rider" by Mayo," he said. At the peak of his
should be a place for our youth to once you begin! thinking! about alternatives! choice, seeing his ministry as one that ministry, it was estimated that his weekly 1

go in Bradford such as a socialize One guideline I have Tried to use while being parent has would carry the message to the people in mileage would be close to a thousand
ing lot to park In, a place for us to beenrather than just tell a child what he CANNOT do, try rural areas. He would minister to a hand- miles.In .
in. A police officer could patrol it to give him something he CAN do! If we tried giving these ful of the faithful,wherever they gathered, addition to his ministerial work I I1 II I
whenever he is in the area. He would also kids someplace to park and 'jam'even with some even in the shade of an oak tree. I Father Fred started Boy Scout troops anl1
have the right to search a vehicle if he supervisionperhaps the 'loitering' and 'cruising' problems Cub Scout packs In several locations that
suspects that alcohol is being used. would take care of themselves! His ministry stretched over sixty years, he served, sometimes even helping to con-

To me, the old Winn-Dixie looks like the How about it, Starke! Do you dare try this experiment? starting in the early 1920s when an older struct cabins for their use.He also paid for
perfect place to build a skating rink or a That's a new challenge for the new Police Chief I Something minister in Jacksonville asked for his help music lessons for neighborhood children,
dance spot. I'm sure the yough agree I positive,instead of negative! A visit by a policeman to BHS with a chain of backwoods missions along and put several young people through col-
during an assembly program to have some positive interac- the St.Johns River Some of these could be. lege, according to Rodney Estes of Waldo,
Maybe if the youth of Bradford County tion with the kids and lay out ground rules such as those reached only by boat, and it fell to young who was one who benefitted this way. He
had a place to go or something to do for above would surely be welcomed by parents and Yerkes, a skilled boatsman, to provide also helped establish libraries in Wal
fun, it might cut the crime and mischief teenagers! Perhaps the teenagers could come up with even transportation to these scattered missions. Cedar Key, and Melrose.
rate in Bradford County. more suggestions if we would just ask, THEN LISTEN TO He came to love this work, and wanted to Concerning Father Fred's charitable

Please parentswe, the youth, are THEM FOR A ChkANGE! become a "country priest, traveling the deeds, one parishioner said thafno matter
pleading for your help. Help us find a placeto Major Bill Reno has suggested a committee be formed of North Florida countryside and ministeringto what anyone gave to him, hb would soon G-
go on weekends! A place for all of the people interested in working on this projectstudents, the church's tiniest outposts. At one find someone else who needed it worse
youth in Bradford County. Okay? teenagers, parents, community people, school personnel, time he served some 16 missions ranging than he did and passed on to them.
etc.We need your ideas and your help if this project Is ever from Ft. George Island to Cedar Key,and Upon reaching 72,the normal retirement
Thank you, resolved! ", including St. Mark's Church in Starke. His age for full-time w rk in the Episcopal \
Kelli Kitchens,Starke (Parents of Cruisers!I'S first service here was conducted on August Church, Father Yerkes was reluctant to f

11,1935. stop, and his parishioners were reluctantto
Older members of the church recall that give him up. Members of the Melrose l ,
Not every community is so lucky, but The center will be complete with a the original wood stove was still In service parish petitioned the Episcopal Diocese of

through the efforts and financial under- large kitchen to provide teen-food at that time. Father Fred would arrive Florida for permission for him to continuehis

writing of Doyle Archer, Lake Butler is favorites and also facilities, for ban early on Sundays and build a roaring fire work. He was granted a special dispensation -
and on cold days, causing the congregation to to keep his full-time ministry on a
teen center in a completely
getting a quets other events. move back from the front pews as the service pro bono (without salary) basis. The lack -1 ing a :saint. "I know better than they do, '
progressed. of pay was all right with Father Fredall and I'm anything but a he said,
the building'ready
renovated and updated building that Archer plans to have For Father Yerkes, the old original he wanted was to continue tending his "I'm just a country saint know my

was formerly used by the Lakeside in May for activities with "no wooden churches, like St. Mark's in flock. faults,and they are many."But to those he
smoking no drugs and no alcohol Starke. Trinity in Melrose, and St. Paul'sin Modest man that be was, Mr. Yerkes has helped through times of need and sorrow
Skating Rink. The building was allowed". He plans to call it "The Loop" Waldo, were treasures of ,Florida's quickly dismissed any talk about him be- he will always be remembered as
originally built in 1959 by ex-Sheriff their
personal "saint".
which is the already familiar name by
John Whitehead and Joe Shaw and
operated for years by Whitehead's wife, which the lakeside park area is known. A memorial service was held for Father

"Miss Vivian' Archer has acquired the With all the vacant buildings now in Yerkes St. Mark's at the Church 5:30: p.m.here Holy Communion

building and is also financing all improvements available in Starke for such a laudable noon. Another will be held Tuesday Saturday after

to adapt the building for purpose all that is needed is a com- Trinity Church in Melrose at 10 a.lfn.:

use as a ballroom, complete with munity effort involving civic groups in- Funeral services were held last Saturday
and also terested individuals and 'concerned at :2 p.m. in the Church of the Good
revolving lights provide space Glaciers occupy' ten-percent of the world'* .lied Mirfaee. Shepherd in Jacksonville.
to make it !
for plays concerts and other activities. parents happen

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Church News. B-U Teachers
I Have LB Meeting RUNNING

'r : On Thursday, Jan. 19 the
_. Bradford-Union Retired Teachers SMOOTHIS
Moody Adams I
To Be .i Assn. met in Lake Butler at the First -
At Bayless Baptist Methodist Church. i
; President Mamie Jo Douglas
Moody Adams
the well-known w greeted members and introducedthe
evangelist and author will be
ing at speak- newest member, Mrs. Sarah S.M.A.RI
Bayless Highway Baptist Williams of Worthington Springs.Mrs. .
Church on Saturday, Feb. 4 at 7:30: Blanche Brown presentedeach
p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. member with a January or r SCHfUUlFI AT REGULAR TIMES

February birthday with a novel gift
and led the \group in singing "Happy N19
Gospel Sing Set
BIrthda,' and "God Bless 11

Saturday, Feb 4 America' .
Members discussed projects for
There will be
a gospel sing this
organization. Mrs. Maxine Gib-
Saturday Feb. 4, at 7:30: p.m. at the son and Mrs. Helen Johns
Church of God of
Prophecy. thanked for making the Christmas
Guest singers will be the Cercy such
party a lovely occation.
Family. Pastor Rev. W.T. Laney Health Care Chairman Lucile

welcomes everyone.WalkAThon. Johns introduced Mrs. Adele Mitchell -
local organizer of the Brad- ----- .
ford County drug-free school project. Rhonda Sue Ilarrell and precision-set
Set This project has received over- caster camber and toe
By Crusade for Christ whelming community support of HarrellRobersonEngagement Inspect front end

materials, time and a Adjust torsion bars
There will be a Crusade for Christ money publicity. Told
Walk-a-Thon Mrs. Mitchell discussed fund (as required)
on Saturday, Feb. 4 raisers,such as selling bows Mrs. Dolly Harrell and the late Check and Inspect rear
beginning at
Johnson 10:30: a.m. in the the contributor's name to be place Guy Harrell of Brooker, announce axle alignment
all For Dedicated Service. on poles,etc.,throughout the county. the engagement and approaching
believers ..
should con- "Just Say No" t-shirts marriage of their daughter, Rhonda
were sold
duct a Crusade for Christ and go into SUrke Rotary dub Prtwlclent Clark or "BeBe" Rober- (Additional labor and
Wiley pre enta John Schmidt plaque In given as awards. Pins, buttons, pen Sue, to Laure Bee
the hedges and highways, Rev. Ed- appreciation lor his tenioe w ScouUnoaUr from 1984 through 1988. cils, and brochures were given, as son III of Tampa. necessary parts are extra.
die Robinson wants everyone's sup- well as floats entered In two local The wedding will be an event of Non-Chrysler Motors vehicles
port by coming out to walk or ride. parades.Mrs. April 29 at 7 Brooker Baptist may be slightly higher.)
Three buses will transport those who Mitchell pointed out the need Church.All fiends and relatives are
tire of walking, along with police Home Study Course On Managing FinancesWhen for many more to become involvedin invited.
protection and TV from The groom-to-be is the son of Mr.
coverage Families Against Drugs (F.A.D) ALL-WHEEL
buy credit?
on and
you Security
Channel money managementwill "Sam" Roberson
20. to help face local abuse problems of & Mrs. Laure Bee ,
A free BBQ will be held at the end How can you make the best of also be included. alcohol, crack cocaine and mari- Jr., of Live Oak. He is a grduate of
of the three mile walk. The non- available income? How do you save juana.At Suwannee High School, and is ALIGNMENT
money these days? How much can The series of 16 lessons, starting
denominational walk will employed by Hillsborough County
start at noon a delicious covered dish
afford to for housing? Feb. 1, will be available to residentsof
you > pay Office
Church in Tam-
Gilgal and proceed to Oak luncheon was enjoyed. Mrs. MamieJo Property Appraisers
Grove Community Answers to these and other ques- Bradford County at no charge.
Center. Douglas and Mrs. Blanche
For more information contact tions will be in a home study course Brown,chairmen,and their committee pa.The bride-elect is a graduate of $299arTERWILLEGAR
Rev. Robinson, 528-6412 or Delores designed for individuals and Contact the Bradford County Ex- were hostesses. Bradford High School and Santa Fe
Tyson, 964-8489. families in Bradford County. The tension Service at 964-6280, ext.284 to Community College) and is :
home course series will discuss get on the mailing list for the Starke Gator employed by Clayton, Johnston, I rI
financial decisions faced by In- "Financial Management Series". Club Qufncey, et al, Attorneys-at-Law in DODGE CHRYSLER! )
Lawtey BaptistTo dividuals and families. QB BanquetSet Gainesville. PLYMOUTH JEEP EAGLE INC.
Have RevivalFirst Information on budgeting, credit, Feb. 10 141 W.MadlMn St..Stark
life, health and property insurance, 064-0000
Baptist Church of Lawtey cost of raising children, saving, The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub NormanShockleyPlan ,
will have a revival beginning Sun- banking, buying a house. Social wil have its annual banquet on
Saturday, Feb. 10,at the Starke Golf July WeddingMarcus '
day Feb. 5 Feb.
through 8, held at .
and Country Club. Social hour will r
7:30: p.m. nightly. & Joy Norman of Starke
begin at 6:30: followed by a steak pcDOpeD'
Rev. Don Davis, missionary, will """ announce the engagement of their
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be guest speaker. Special music will dinner. daughter, Darlene Gayle, to Sammy
Special guest speaker will be UP Shockley, son of George and Betty
be provided each = :me
evening.Rev. soaso4
head coach Galen Hall. Tickets of Park. 7
Grayson McNeill, In- To The Citizens of StarkeFrom are Shockley Orange
pastor Mon.-Prl.:
vites everyone to come and hear this $14 per person. A few tickets are stillavailable. The wedding is planned for July 15 -
If interested call Marty at 7 p.m. and will be held at First
great preacher.
C.B. Belcher Barry, 9646300. United Methodist Church in S'arke.
All friends and relatives are in- Classifieds
vited to attend.
Community News Jan.31,1989I Get Results!

Greater Allen A.M.E. Church will
be celebrating its third annual I wish to take this opportunity to thank the many citizens of Starke who supported I

Homecoming Day on Sunday, Feb. me and cast their ballots in my favor on Jan. 24, 1999. Although I old not receive

26 at 11 a.m. enough votes to make the runoff, I was satisfied that I did my best, and was well YOU'LL 1 r 'ttentmset.r/ulatliyt rler J
The theme for this year will be pleased with the turnout and the number of voters. The reason I did enter the race
"Everybody, come back to God".
Everyone is invited to attend. for Chief of Police was because of concern for this city, and the City Police Dept. LOVE P RI 1
Needless to say, I am still concerned. After much thought, deliberation, and several CAS
discussions with various groups I have determined that I must lend my support to OUR

Woman's Club the most qualified candidate, and that Individual Is Jimmy Epps. Mr. Epps has a

Meets Feb. 8 sound managerial background, hands-on experience, and possesses maturity, PRICES BEGIN THURS. FEB. 2ND.

The.regtilarmonthlyJuncheon, which is bssenttal if you are going to occupy the seat of Chief of Police. THRU WED. FEB. 8TH. i

i Examining Mr, Hodges' credentials, I find none of these..!He has no experience i
meeting of the Woman's CJub will be,,,, .
W'l\Illtul.! !i Wednesday, Febio u Mh, R''J's' other' than being street officer,which I personally do not feel(qualifies an individual 1l

"'clubhouse.M: '" h ..,,,< to m hfege'IitJ: 'ttfmenl.With''five to'ten more'(rears experience| management,. N r rr H .....
The program will be the Arts & human relations and good common sense; Mr. Hodges would become a more likely drl.unn lill
Crafts Show with chairman Mrs. candidate.The a
Thelma Jennings in charge. Chief of Police of Starke must have the ability to manage his Dept, maintain RICAN M t ItIINNIqaWH1TE

Assisting Mrs. Jennings will be harmony and discipline, and be an administrator. He must have foresight and be I
committee-members Marty Barry, able to communicate to all level of persons I I.e.,new and older businessmen, local
Canova Cuttino,Bet t2 of' 99 Almaden
Mona Myldred 49
government and all the citizens of this city. In comparing the two candidates, Mr. I0 '3t' .
ty Haas Naomi Herres, Muriel Nor- 88.8a x5.00 Moullawwla.
man and Eunice Searing. Epps is by far the more experienced. Therefore I am supporting Jimmy Epps for HA.LIaI

Mrs. Jennings requests that Chief of Police, and I urge each and every one In the city to do the same. I ).. .VIM.oss COLOMM MUBGONDYHENCH

their entries for the ,
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name is Jimmy Epps and I'm a candidate for Police Chief here in Starke: As you know, I.W

there will be a run election on Tuesday, February 7,1989 and I'd like to encourage you to HARPER SACK' rLi WIN Rlun .

come out to the polls and exercise your\ constitutional right to choose the person you feel woulddo DECANTER 3Eti' .. = rRw.A..os..ry

the best job as Police Chief. 751 1.75 LITER 760 Ml. 1. &" 1.8
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My family and I thought long and hard before I entered this campaign. We prayed about it 699 139.110 11.60 A.C sa CME so HIM A CAM OH Of MATCH.&M

and came to the conclusion that the people of our City deserved the best Police Chief they could

get. I feel that I am the best person for many reasons. Let me share them with you.
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t. ... I am a former-police officer in Starke and understand the problems we face with crime Clan '

... I am a lifetime resident of Starke and have a deep and longstanding committment to the E RARE A. I
,community SCOTCH MacGregor ?. u fy 1 ,; I

... I am aware of our most precious commodity, our children and will work diligently to SCOTCH 1.75 UTBI p t ..Fr fis i

restrict the flow of drugs being made available to the younger generation 95 CASE IJTER ,,79 ?

... I feel that the Police Department should be for the people and by the people and will work 000 i noo 12"

toward the goal of protecting and serving the community

... I am committed: to training our police officers in modem techniques and supplying them rs
with modem equipment n11 Hero 1n _

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In order to achieve the goals of a modern police department,the Police Chief must be able to

communicate effectively in the political forum. He must be able to present programs'to the n n. a r'S''. I M ''lCII M .

Commission and the citizens that will work and not place an undue burden on the = t

taxpayers. I feel my degree in Business Administration and my experience in managing 0 1 Z

and leading people will allow me"tq accomplish this in a way that no previous Police Chief :
i i has been able to do. I am presently enrolled at the Police Academy in Lake City to re-activate CSC

my Police Certification and pledge to continue ;my education in law enforcement. SIN.ans

,Thank you very much. t look forward to seeing you at City Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 71989. .. BUS' ..Ll
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Hilites By Dolores Meng Nominationsfor

By Cathy Wooley Bookmobile... Genoa, Ohio, were weekend American
guestsof 13-Bobbie Dennis 14-Carrl Jones
The Bradford Bookmobile ; Cullough who placed first In the
964-4151-964-6066 County her brothers and families, Mr. &
Donny Jones, Jessica Jones,
Is available every Tuesday fromWeddings Mrs. Paul Spelling Bee held at the school on
Meng and Mr. & Mrs.
Engagements 12:30-2:30: : at the Post Office parking Francis Meng.Gerald Earselene Zimmerman; 15-Donnfe Jan. 25. Jennifer Darley did well Dame
Anniversaries lot, a free service to all in the com- Meng and Melody Wilson Roberts, Jason Lovell; Ift-Garry coming in second, and Tori Hersey
Taylor, Angela Strickland; 17-Bill was the third winner.
Call/ Free Consultation munity. of Truckee,Calif.,arrived Thursday place Tracey Awards
18-Antonio Jones 19-Mark
for a two-week visit with his parents King; ; will compete on Feb. 15 In the
Visitors... and friends.On Smith; 20-Mark Crawford; District Bee at the county office. ,
Kenneth Stoffer of a family cookout 2l-Eddie Lloyd; 22--Patrick Now
Mr. & Mrs. Sunday was Being
held at the Fran Meng home.The en- Flanagan; 23--Deidra Jones; Kings/Queens Fundraiser...
tire 24-Apnl Scoggins, Ann Bowe,Betty Votes of $.05
family were there for the reu each are being con-
Stone, Maryia Haefeker, Lynn Mar- ducted at the school. Two students SoughtSanta
You were just 11 and nion.Madonna Gilbert and daughters, shall; 25-Christopher Schmidt; boy and girl) have been chosen to
Karen and Anna, of Durham N.C. 27--Mary Hill, Shawn Rowley; represent each classroom. When
Oh so Sporty left Tuesday folowing a weekendvisit 31--Adam Nickelson, Harriet voting Is completed, a king and
How does itfeel.Joey with relatives and friends here. Waldron. queen will be selected from the Fe Community Payers
the Bradford Community
Kindergarten through second
now that you're' 40? January Birthdays... Hampton School grades; the other king and queen announce the American Dame
Jan. 1-Brandie Cunningham, PTA Meeting... will represent the third through Awards,an honors list in connectionwith
Margaret Wadsworth, William On Monday, Feb. 6, the PTA will sixth grades. Those chosen in the the"American Dame", a play
.: HAPPY BIRTHDAY McKenzie; 2-Carl Rowe; 3--Sabrina meet at 7 p.m. Discussion will take final voting will reign at the Valen- being presented at Bradford High
REESE DeSue; 4-David Padgett, Selena place regarding the joining of the tine Dances to be held on Feb. 10 at School on Mar. 1011. The awards
JOEY Hunt; 6-Wyatt Collins; 7-David National PTA Assn. as well as fund the school. The primary group will will be made at one of the
Grady; 8-Jason Padgett, Elaine raising projects. perform from 1-2 p.m. that day,and performancesMar.. 10,8 p.m., and
f'i Love, Your Familysoisr Rhoden; 9-Alice Faye Water; the older students will have their Mar. 11 at 2 and 8 p.m.
11-Ricky Martin; 12-Eric Cagle Spelling Bee Winners... dance from 7-9 p.m. Refreshmentswill Nominations are currently being
Cory Wright, Chris Meng; Congratulations to Tracey Me- be on sale at these festivities. sought for these American Dame
Awards. The women to be
nominated shoul4 be someone who
has made very significant strides in
any of the areas of politics,business,
community service,advancement of
HOME ENTERTAINMENT the arts,education, homemaking or
in any of the professional fields.
The following criteria must be
( J met:
@ CONCEPTSBradford 1. She must be a Bradford County
resident for a least one year prior to
Feb. I, 1989.
--- Square Shopping Center Starke,'Florida 964-6946 2. She must be at least 30 years of

age.3. She must be nominated under cone
of the categories listed above.
4. She must be nominated by an

LIDUIDATION Does It Again! organization twelve private or citizens.business or by

e.e 5. Nominations will be accepted
until Feb. 24 or until the first fifty
are received and validated.Get your
nominations in as soon as possible.
The Best TV 6. For the award to be given, the
1.1 nominee must indicate she is willing
to accept the award in person or, if
she is unable to attend,able to send a
person to accept in her name. The
The :(fm! I
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award recipients will receive free
tickets to the American Dame play.
I 7. As of the award
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House II submitted photograph by of March the nominee 1.
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DATES: The period for comm.nt will be In the City of Hampton Bradford County. cy gives notice of the proposed determinations Range of Base
f M' { { Ire ninety ((90)) days following the second Florida, are encouraged to review the of baie ((100-year) flood Flood Elevations

I er publication of this proposed rule In a preliminary FIS and FIRM available m elevations In accordance with Section Feet (NGVD) D pty In F..t
'' newspaper of local circulation In the the address cited above Proposed buto 110 of the Flood Disaster Protection Act Source of Flooding Above Ground.
community. flood elevations along flood sources of 1973 (Pub L. 93.234)), 87 Stat 980, Elevation In

h "" Co Y studied In detail are shown on the flood which added Section 1363 to the National Santa Fe River .B9. .B9
ADDRESSES: Study and maps showing profiles In the Study. The flood sources Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (Title 2tchg 1/26-2/2
NATIONAL HOOD and for the proposed base flood elevations and XIII of the
tents the second layer of Insurance studied In detail are: Housing and Urban Development Control 0952
INSURANCE PROGRAM on existing buildings and their their delineation are available for Range of Base Act of 1968 (Pub. L. 90.448))), 42
Proposed Flood Elevation Determine- contents. review at the City Hall, Hampton Flood Elevations U.S.C. 4001-4128, and 44 CFR Part

dons Pursuant to the provisions of 5 USC Florida. D.pty in Feet 67.(0)( ). CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
AGENCY: Federal Emergency Management 605b( ), the Administrator; to whom S.nd comments to the Honorable Lola Feet (NGVD) Above Ground. The. elevations, together with the IN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR

AgencyACTION authority has been delegated by the Williamson Mayor City of Hampton, Source of FloodingElevation In floodplain management measures required BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.
: Proposed rule. Director, Federal Emergency Management P.O. Drawer 250 Hampton Florida by Section 60.3 of the program CASE NO. 88.$64.CA .
Agency, hereby certifies that the 32044. '- regulations, are the minimum that or.r.qulr.d. .
: Technical Information or Th.y should not be construedto
proposed flood elevation determinations
comment or. solicited on the proposed If will have mean the community must changeany
promulgated, not a Mr. John L. Mottlcks, Chief, Risk Studies 12622
bate ((100-year) flood elevations shownIn significant economic Impact on a Division Federal Insurance Administration Control 0951 existing ordinances that ore more ,
your community's preliminary Flood substantial number of small entitles. A Federal Emergency Management stringent In their floodplaln manage Plaintiff
Insurance Study (FIS) and Flood Insurance flood elevation determination under ment requirements.The v.
Agency, Washington D.C. 20472 ((202)) community may ALDERMAN and ELMO
Rate Map (FIRM). These base Section 1363 forms the basis for new 6462767. at any time enact stricter requirementson
((100-year) flood elevations the basis, ALDERMAN a/k/a ELMO G.
or. local ordinances, which, If adopted by a NATIONAL FLOOD Its own or pursuant to policies
for the floodplain manag.m.nt SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: established other Federal State his wife,
local community will govern future con INSURANCE PROGRAM by or
measures that the community I. required struction within the floodplain area. The The Federal Emergency Management Proposed Flood Elevation Determinations Regional entitles.These proposed elevations and TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
to either adopt or show evidence elevation determinations, however Impose Agency gives notice of the proposed will also be used to calculate tho MINNESOTA.

of being already In effect In ord.r to no restriction unless and until the determinations of base ((100-year) flood AGENCY: Federal Emergency Management appropriate flood Insurance premium Defendants.NOTICE SALE
qualify or remain for elevations, in accordance with Section
qualified participation local community voluntarily adopts Agency rates for n.w buildings and their contents
In the National Flood Insurance Pro floodplain ordinances In accord with 110 of the Flood Disaster Protection Act and for the second layer of insurance Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant
gram. thete elevations. Even If ordinances are of 1973 (Pub. L. 93.234), 87 Stot. 980, ACTION: Proposed rule. on existing buildings and their to Summary Final Judgment of
which added Section 1363 to the National Foreclosure entered herein, I will sell
DATES: Th. period for comm.nt will be adopted In compliance with Federal Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (Title SUMMARY: Technical Information or contents. the property situated In Bradford County
ninety ((90)) days following the second standard, the elevations prescribe how XIII of the Housing and Urban comm.nt. are solicited on the proposed Pursuant to the provisions of 5 USC Florida, described as follows:
publication of this proposed rul. In anewspaper high to build In the floodplain and do not Act of 1968 (Pub. L. 90-448)Development )), 42 base ((100-year) flood elevations shownIn 605b), the Administrator to whom To the following described real estate
prohibit development. Thus, this action authority has been delegated by the
of local circulation community's preliminary Flood
In the U.SC. 4001-4128, and 44 CFR Part your situate, lying and being in the County of
only forms the basis for future local Insurance FIS Director Federal Emergency Management
community ac 67.4a( ). Study ( ) and Flood Insurance Bradford County, Florida, to-wlt.:
tions. It Imposes no n.w requirement; of Rate Map (FIRM). These bate Agency hereby certifies that the
ADDRESSES: Study and These elevations, together with the S 'A of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 (Except the
maps showing Itself It has economic flood elevation det.rmina-
no Impact. ((100-year) flood elevations the bails
the proposed base flood elevations and Lessees and of real ,floodplain management measures required lions. West 250 feet) and N V4 of SE 1/4 Ex. 2
owners for the
propertyIn floodplain managementmeasures Ac. In SW and E V4 of SE 1/4 of SE
their" delineation or. available for by Section 60.3 of the program corner
economic Impact
the Unincorporated Areas of Bradford that the Is significant on a
review at the Planning and Zoning County. Florida are encouraged to regulations, ore the minimum that orerequired. to either adopt community or show evidence required substantial number of small entities. A 1/4. Section 20 Township 7 South

Department, County Courthouse, review the preliminary FIS and FIRM They should not be construedto of being already In effect In order to flood elevation determination under Range 22 East.
Starke, Florida. avallabl. mean the community must changeany Section 1363 forms the bails for
at the address cited above. new
qualify or remain qualified for participation W /4 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 and SE 1/4 of
ordinances that
Send existing .
comm.nt. to the are mar..trlng.nt
Honorobl. base flood elevations local ordinances, which. If adopted by a
Proposed along In the Notional Flood Insuranc.
Pro of NW Ex 1'A In NE
Wilbur Waters, Chairman. Commission in their floodplain manage.mint SW 1/4 1/4 acres corner
County flood sources studied In detail or. local community will govern future construction
gram. and NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 and S % of SW
of Bradford requirements. community
County P.O. Box shown on the flood profiles In the Study. may within the floodplain area The
1148, Stark. Florida 32091. The flood sources studied In detail ore: at any time enact stricter requirements DATES: The period tor comineii! m":! Is elevation determinations, however, Impose 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 21, Township 7
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CON Range of Base on Its own or pursuant to policies ninety ((90)) days following the second no restriction unless and until the South, Rang. 22 East
TACT: Mr. John L. Mattlcks, Chief Risk Flood Elevations established by other Federal, State or publication of this proposed rule In a local community voluntarily adopt. And:
Studies Division Federal Insurance Ad D.pth in Feet Regional entitles.These proposed elevations newspaper of local circulation In the floodplain ordinances In accord with NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 Section 28,Township
ministration. F.d.ral will also be used to calculat. the 7 South Range 22 East.
Emergency Above Ground community. these elevations. Even if ordinances are

20472.Management Agency. Washington D.C. Source of Flooding. .EI.votion In rates appropriate for new flood buildings Insurance and their premium' contents ADDRESSES: Study and maps showingthe adopted In compliance with Federal And That:part of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and SE 1/4
((202)) 646.2767.SUPPLEMENTARY F..t (NGVDI standards, the elevations prescribe how
and for the second layer of Insurance proposed base flood elevations and of NE 1/4 lying North of County Road No.
to build In the floodplain and do not
Santa F. River 74. .144 on existing buildings and their their delineation ore available for high 18, Section 29, Township 7 South, Range
INFORMATION: The Little Santa contents. review at the City Hall. Breaker Florida. prohibit development. Thus, this action 22 East

F.d.ral Emergency Management Agency F.lake .144- .144 Pursuant to the provisions of 5 USC Send comments to the Honorable only forms the bails for future local actions. All above described lands lying and being
gives notice of the proposed determinations Thomas B. Hamilton, Mayor, Town of It Imposes no new requirement; of Florida.At .
Santa F.Lok. 144.1442tchg 605b( ). the Administrator, to whom In Bradford County,
of base ((100-year) flood 1/26-2/2 authority has b..n delegated by the Brooker, P.O. Box 127, Breaker Florida Itself It has no economic Impact. public sale, to the highest and best
elevations In accordance with Section Lessees and owners of real
Control 0950 Director, Federal Emergency Management 32622. propertyIn bidder for cash, at the main entrance of
110 of the Flood Disaster Protection Act the Town of Breaker Bradford County
Agency, hereby certifies that the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CON the Bradford Count Courthouse In
of 1973 (Pub. L. 93.234)), 87 Stat. 980, proposed flood elevation determinations TACT: Mr. John L. Mattlcks, Chief, Risk Florida, are encouraged to review Stark., Bradford County Florida at
which added Section 1363 to the National the preliminary FIS and FIRM available
NATIONAL FLOOD If promulgated, will not have a Studies Division, Federal Insurance Administration 11:00 A.M. on the 9th day of February.
Flood the address cited above.
Insurance Act of 1968 (Title at Proposedbase
INSURANCE PROGRAM economic Federal Emergency
XIII of the and significant impact on a flood elevations flood
Urban along
Housing Development Proposed Flood EI.votion Determinations substantial number of small entities. A Management Agency, Washington, D.C. 1989.WITNESS My hand and official ..olaf
Act of 1968 Pub. L. sources studied In detail ore shown on
( 90-448))) 42
flood elevation determination under 20472. ((202)) 646.2767.SUPPLEMENTARY said court this 20th day of January 1989.
U.S.C. 4001.4128. and 44 CFR Part the flood profiles In the Study. The flood
Section forms the basis for Norman
67.4(0)( ). AGENCY: Federal Emergency Management n.w _sources_ _studied In detail ore: Ray
local ordinances, which If adopted by a INFORMATION Th.F.d.ral Clerk of Court
These elevations Agency
with the
floodplain together ACTION: Proposed Rule. local community, will govern future construction Emergency Management Agen- Starke Control 0953
management measures required
by Section 60.3 of the program SUMMARY: Technical Information or within the floodplain area. The 2tchg 1/26-2/2
elevation determinations, however impose Church of Christ
comments solicited the '"
regulations, ore the minimum that are are on proposed STARKE
required. They should not b. construedto bas(100year( ) flood elevations shownIn no restriction unless and until the Corner Hwy 16 & McMahon
mean the community must changeany your community' preliminary Flood local community voluntarily adopts CHURCH OF GOD 9648594We LAMP OF JESUS

existing ordinances that or. more Insurance Study (FIS) and Flood Insurance floodplain ordinances In accord with 422 N. St Clalr- 964-5445 CRAFT/CONSIGNMENT
stringent In their" floodplain management Rate ( ). These base these elevations. Even If ordinances are Invite you to hear the
requirements. The community may (100-year) Mar.FIRM.are the basis' adapted In compliance with Federal John Spratlln. PastorWe word of Co L lTues.-Sat. 10-5:30)
for the floodplain management standards, the elevations prescribe how invite to worship with us.
at any time enact stricter requirementson you e Spring Is Blooming
measures that the community I. required high to build In the floodplain and do not Attended Bible Study 10 am
Its own, or pursuant to policiesestablished Nursery Valentine Ideas
to either adopt or show evidence prohibit development. Thus, this action 11
by other Federal State or of being already In effect In ord.r to only forms the basis for future local actions SundqySdioal .................. lOsmM Morning Worship am Home Grown Frozen
Regional entitles.These proposed elevations qualify or remain qualified for It of participation Imposes no new requirement
will also be used to calculate the In the National Flood Insurance Pro itself It has no economic ; EXtrir Savtcc ...... ......... 6pm Wednesday Evening 7:30 pm
appropriate flood Insurance premium Impact. Wedneld Youth .............. 7.3Opni: I Bible Study More Information. Call
Lessees of real
gram. and owners property
rotes for new buildings and their con 964-7109/964-5898
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Chiropractic Care Colosw.ns Auto*Home/Flie LUe Budneeeinstate Works
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Service HWY 301 North Thursd.y Monuments 961-2323
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rr HWY 301 S. 964-5757
964-8278 964-7500 19:3o-37 AGENT starve n

Eyeglass Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales' Piro, o DURRANCE PUMP & HURST'S EXXON


I "Your complete Buy Here Here Proverbs Saturday Attend your church regularly "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

,eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. 25 987 N. TEMPLE. AV.

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

DOUGLAS BATTERY OF JONES FUNERAL HOME' 'r--I-::: =r-r., Lewis Timber Co.

STARKE D6flD0UB/ied Caring Senrfc R1IY4HT.

alternators ForOv Hwy 301 S. PO Box 207
We rebuild starters, C501l'idN"Fut
Steve and C h' ".-..:..........11 Starke

Auto Marine& Generators Cycle Batteries Start 964-4200 FOQLTfiOLD1What T**STARKE* FLORIDAimM IW 473-3176 \ a""-' __.... .....
407 N. Temple 9647911Andrews Keystone Heights

"- twet"" assay prove? Will the nuggets that' spin soenlWrwIy Lamp of Jesus Ministries WARD ,
Community from the old leather bg spell in*end ot a.. .the
Drugs State Bank R ouknlrwikxi ol .-Jonghop..lofaudd nallllanctlDrtuMOr Crafts & Consignments AUTO SALVAGE

wM they be Iron pyrtte. the fooler ol men-dlsappolm* ol Located off 1 100 S. toward Keystone W. Buy Junk *
For All Your Pharmacy Needs'. 01 Starke r "' .amo?Only, c"'mlcalen.1yaIa ol the metal win dttermlneIngfedKnl N. 24th Ave..follow Salvageable Cora
take right on
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Stakes Only Home Owned Eves 964-5898 Hwy N. of Stale
Sometlmet our(vet are like ut We n*them '"brim wMithe '
356 W. Madison 964-7170 Independant Bank i ttHngi we think mran happlnm. And then along cmnra e All Nature Sings of Jesus' 964-7345
4- blow-(Mrtup*II le e lallure ol our own or the betrayal ol our
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an trrut oy.loved ono.oxen overwlek kq grM.Suddenly a/Ille lull'
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964-6600 Worship this week and every week Superior quality homes at 'We e
Office a Typing Service I of All
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Officers, Starke 964-7200
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Staff SR 21 Keystone HeightS'I 127 B. Call St. e '
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Art Supplies Custom, framing US 301 South South
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Special rates. lor Church group. ( 964-8358
a Printing t Office Supplies 964-4695 _964-8061 U", 801 temple Ave. 964-2858
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER are alleged to be the natural father has of Criminal Justice Standards and TrainIng -
ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY been filed In the Circuit Court of Brad P.O. Box 1489. Tallahassee, Florida
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- ford County Florida, Case No. 32302, on or before March 21, 1989.
SIONERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY. 88-545-CA and you are required to Failure to do so will result In a default !
FLORIDA serve a copy of your written objections, being entered against you to Revoke
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the to the adoption on Peter D. Black, Pet) aid Certification pursuant to Section The Bradford County School Board
6th day February 1989. at 10.30A.M.: tioner'attorney whose address Is 7952 120.60. F.S.. and Rule 118-27, F.A.C.
the Board of County Commissioners of Normandy Boulevard Jacksonville, DATED:; January 19, 1989COLONEL Jim Duncan, Superintendent
Bradford County Florida In regular session Florida 32221 on or before the 23rd day BOBBY R. BURKETT
to be h.ld at the Board meeting of February, 1989 and file the original CHAIRMAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE Department of Curriculum and Instruction
room at the Bradford County Courthouse with the Clerk of this Court either before STANDARDS AND TRAINING COMMISSION Education
Stark., Florida will consider the service on plaintiffs' attorney or Immediately Community
following Ordinance, and the proposed thereafter; otherwise a judg By Joe Kendrick Invite
enactment thereof: m.nt will! be entered granting the relief Division Representative!, I
AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO requested In the petition. Control 09544tchg
BASIC AND ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT WITNESS my hand and seal of this 1/26-2/16 I C Parents of pre-school, kindergarten, and first graders,
AND NON EMERGENCY MEDICAL Court the 25th day of January 1989.
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES: PRO RAY NORMANAs C Teachers and others involved with early childhood education
OF PUBLIC NECESSITY FOR Control 0958 FOR NON-PAYMENT .- Interested members of the Community
FOR NON-EMERGENCY February 3, 1989 at 9:30 A.M., a sale of To meet with
AND VEHICLE PERMITS: REQUIRING IN. REGISTER Mini Storage, Hwy. 301 South Starke, Jim Grant
RECORDS; DESIGNATING INSPECTORS; Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida belonging to Sheila Hornsby.If Nationally known author lecturer and consultant on school
sale of the of this unitIs ,
entire content
ESTABLISHING FEES; PROVIDING FOR Statutes, notice It hereby given that the a
DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS; AND PRO- undersigned, Carolyn Carver Route 2, not mad., the sale will be conducted readiness and developmentally appropriate education
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Box 2373, Stark. Fla., 32W1. sole pursuant to rental agreement between
The substance of the contemplated owner doing business' under the firm tenant and landlord.
Ordinance pertains to Basic and Advanced name of The Sporting Chance, Route 2, Conirol0955
Lif. Support and Non-Emergency Box 2371 Stark. Fla., 3201. Intends to 2tchg 1/26-2/2 February 7, 1989
Medical Transportation Services. register said fictitious name under the
Sold contemplated ordinance may be aforesaid statute. 7:00: 8:30: p.m. Bradford High School Media Center

Inspected by the public at the office of Dated this 16th day of January. 1989
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford In Bradford County.
County Courthouie. Starke, Florida, dur 4tpd 1/19.2/9 .vr Important Questions to Be Addressed: ,
ing the regular business hours of 8 a.m. --
to 5 p.m.. Monday through Friday.All 1 n h
Interested parties may appear at STATE OF FLORIDA e c's Ony

thereto.said meeting and be heard with respect CRIMINAL TRAINING JUSTICE COMMISSION STANDARDSAND *. What is school readiness? Should children skip a grade

Doted this 24th day of January 1989. Petitioner What is the difference between if they are gifted?

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS v.RICKY A. EZZELL, school readiness and reading My child is immature but bright -
FLORIDA. Respondent. readiness? should I push him?

RAY NORMAN, CLERK : RICKY NOTICE A. EZZELl OF ACTIONTO *. Can age and sex difference affect What are the signs and signals of
Control 0956
2tchg 1/26.2/2 Residence Unknown Remember... school success? overplacement?

YOU ARE Complaint NOTIFIED has that been an filed Administrative To lay "I Love You" with our "'Will a high IQ guarantee school Will remediation help my child
ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY against you seeking to Revoke the law Valentine Special LoveLinea. This success? catch up?
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS enforcement certificate held by you In special page with your message will
OF BRADFORD COUNTY. accordance with Section 943.1395. F.S., be printed on Feb. 8. Send your What are the long term effects of being placed in the wrong grade?
FLORIDA and any rules promulgated th.r.under. message and a check for $5 to the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the You are required to serve a written Telegraph, P.O. Drawer A, Starke
6th day of February 1989. at 10.00 A.M.. copy of your Intent to request a hearing Fla. 32091.
the Board of County Commissioners of pursuant to Section 120.57 F.S. upon Don't Forget//
Bradford County Florida In regular session JEFFREY W. LONG DIRECTOR Division
to be held at the Board meetingroom
at the Bradford County Courthouse -
Starke, Florida will consider the
following Ordinance, and the proposed r
enactment thereof:
RATES r *,%1 t nt
.. ,.,., j iCft tiTUS i.a 13I A ?J
CHARGES: PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILI- ..\< t' ref.v. ''" i nand .o-t riVAl $ y I
TYi)PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATE. '< ," "OIXS't OW !!j' hAX: : vt uia 'fll'K else rrIf? OIn4
The substance of the contemplated 1988 '. XLT
Ordinance Is to Impose a local option fee
for nonrecurring charges for the Initial I RANGER, "S"! % > Air Const Chrome Step bumper .
provision of "911" service and equip AM & FM Stereo W/Caei/Clock Tach
ment. In the amount of fifty cents per Several to Choose e Sliding Rear Window e RWL Tires a
month per exchange line, up to a max. 4 9 XLT Trim
imum of 23 exchange lines, for a periodof From
eighteen ((18)) consecutive months. $
Sold contemplated ordinance may be 8531
Inspected by the public at the office of .
the Clerk: of the Circuit Court, Bradford 69
County Courthouse.Starke, Florida during A.P.R.ON
the regular business hours of 8 a.m. ,/ .
to S p.m., Monday through Friday. SELECT UNITS
All Interested parties may appear at '=I; N
sold thereto.meeting and be heard with respect W.A.C.

Dated this 24th day of January. 1989.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Net after rebate plus tax,tag& title
BRADFORD COUNTY and $49.60 service charge!!!
Control 0957 set.o r
2tchg 1/26.2/2

public hearing will be held on J88 TEMPO' GL 4DR. .

February 27, 1989 In the Bradford County /'f Special V.1ue'kr. Air Cond. IX
Board Room on a proposed amendment ; y Power Lock Group Tilt Wheel a Speed
to the Board Rule 6GX4-3.22 District Procedures ,3n!7., Control AM/FM Stereo W/C.... 2 Door

for providing Special Control Education.0962 .1988 FESTIVA;;. Air Conditioned :Luxury

31chg 2/2.16 i <' $ Wheel Cover. a Dual Electric
LPLUS. 395 Mirror Light/Security Bear ,
PUBLIC AUCTION ,, Window Defroster e Overhead. "
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday
Conaole/Clock e AM/FM Stereo>
February 13. 1989, at 10:00 A.M., a"Clear Coat Paint a -Spee4 Manual 1rsl a
osaxle Air Conditioned r'';4
the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, >' >
Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at
2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Fla., 725.&
.one lot of TV, consigned to M/M,
Cullen Vero Beach. Fla., '
.one lot of washer miniature, consigned
to Avanlls Prods., Miami, Fla.
.one lot of horse stall component consigned :
Fla. to Champion Farms, Dad. City,

( J
.one lot of roofing tile samples, consigned r4
to Eric E. Cunningham, Tampa Fla.

to under satisfy the freight provisions and of storage Section charges 4b( ) of, 1985 Escort GT 1988 Mustang 1987 Chevy 1985 Tempot86 Buick 1986 Ford.

Uniform 14-821S40 Standard Bill of Lading.Pro Turbo LX' 'S-10. GL LeSabre .Aerostar. .

Pro 14-823460 03-456792 dtd 11/22/88 Air .4595 Air "f995 Air'' $'995 Air $5995' "-Dr, $7995d__ $7995'' '

02-065324 dtd 9/1/88 Condo Sha Condo Condo Loaded :
Gator Frelghtway,Carrier -
Control 0959
2tchg 2/2-9 1984 Ford 1984 LTD n 1985 Escort t86 Olds Cutlass 1986 F-150 '88 F-350

TO REGISTER Loaded. Super Nice Loaded Low MilesCond.

1 Pursuant FICTITIOUS to Section NAME B63.09 Florida, $3995. A1r 2495 Air $3495 Air $6995 $ 1O,495 $15,495
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Cean, Cored. Cond. __

undersigned, Susan M. Faulkner

Lawrence H. Patrick, Oarrell O'Neal 221 1985 F-150 t88 ,,1987 1988 F-350 1987 F-250
W. Lafayette St., Storke, Florida, 32091, 30P ZX 1987
I |point owner, doing business under the Loaded lS3"Wheel Base CrOWn VICtOrla CrOWn VICtOrIA C tSt c
I firm name of Potrkk Properties 221 W. "-Dr, Loaded Work ; Miles
Lafayette St.. Starke. Florida 32091 Intends 2-Dr Super Nice Ready Loade Low

to register said fictitious name $8995 $6495 $ :
$12,995 1O,495 12,495
under the aforesaid statute. Truck 1O,995 __
Dated this 30th day of January. 1989.
In Bradford County.
4tchg 2/2.23

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN Control AND 0960 FOR Motors '

CASE NO. 88-545-CA
fn the Matter o
The Adoption Of:
JAMES DENVER HAYES, 964-7200' '473-FORD,
Minor.. 371-1096 388-FORD"
t NOTICE Of ACTIONTOc Starke Keystone'Hgts
The unknown natural father Gainesville Jaclcsonvllle
Residence unknown. 209' 'W. :Madison State' Road 21'' _
You are notified that an action for '
adoption of c minor child of whom you



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February :!. IIIKII I H: .M.K: .\rn 1 I'I ipr!I.I .\

I Tornado Basketball Squad Improves to 14-4, 2nd in District ..1

furnu'lo takers are 2-1 for the it can get with Ocala Vanguard. OV The district tournament Is set Feb. 1-11/147.MOM 1+'. NolM. 1.112.1. Manual S-S/34. Yotolu' said GHS Coach played well when it had to. day Middleburg Jan. 27. dropped to 99. BHS

week, but unm.the.rllud 82.77IIJS14 lo Is currently atop District 5-3A withan 22-25. Cummings.
to 15 123.Pedro.
GHS also shot 39 free throws was
xiincsville High (loaves lillS at 14-4 8-0 record. BHS Is 7-1 In the Carter led BIIS with 20
and l second place in UistrictJA! : district after the loss at GHS. If BITS BIIS 82 Eastside 67 GIIS 82 BIIS 77 for. BHS.fadterdMtk. 241 It II 7OahicwIIIaMih points, Eugene Blye added 15 points

play. is on its game it could be a real BHS came out in an aggressive Gainesville High won the fourth I* II I* IT M Wendull Hudson 10 and Stacy
tough battle. Coach Cummings full-court man-to-man defense, forc- period 27-13, including 11 foul shots, ......nI Hlahl Jahn Sony. ....4. lu.... .!'y. Jenkins 9. Coach Cummings played
I1IIS beat Gainesville Kaslside: predicts. It has been years since ed a lot of turnovers in the first half to beat Bradford High 82-77 in 4-1/111.. Md.. C......I.I.1/4-7... Wand lI HudmiI everybody.
Marvin Una"lll.fMcy
82-67 and Middleburg 83-64 for two BHS has beaten Vanguard. and went into the locker room the Gainesville Saturday night, Jan. 28. *! HaraM JonhlM, Uvndl.r 10.*. T Train/ ..,. 1.1/3.3. Talalu lradt.rdHIh M li 14 14 U
easy wins this week. See details first half with an 18 point 40-22, ad- M.tnntn.Oalnamlla. Mlddl......High I* 14 II U 44
below. Feb. Hamilton vantage. BHS beat GHS 86-75 Jan. 13 on the High. David, Mutantl4.... ..... ..., .nI High John Bony. I.I.Ialuo>na 'ye
Next Tuesday .ra.n .../..... Arthur Irawn 1..1/4.7. Tony Ua ....11.11. pod,. CoD *-I/4.JO. Harold Chandler
County(Jasper),one of the top Class BUS beat the young Eastside five Bradford High court. 10/H-H.. _dl. farklm 4-1/1, Chad Th..... 1.11.1. Wntdall H.d... ../.'>. Marvin. l..
Upcoming... 2A fives in the state comes to BUS here about the same. Eastside has GHS got hot In the fourth quarter .1/3.I.Jana Antutranf l-l/l.'. t.1/1-4. '(racv lanltlnl .!/.'. Train lira, t-l/4-l.
some nice looking players but they "...and we didn't respond says Dannla' .....1. 04/11. Kavki' Inch I.1/1.4. _...
for a non-district game. 64 .,. ... ,..1..
BIIS 83 Middleburg .... .0,2.. .gla l-l/l
The BIIS five is heading into the Friday night, Feb. 3, take Weir lack experience, says Tornado Coach Cummings. .
toughest part of the season with comes to Bradford High. BHS won Coach Rowland Cummings.IrodlardHlgk Uncharacteristly, BHS committed Tornado cagers jumped off to a 10 2S.4.5I/4l.' MMlddloaura Hlghl Cral"( Martin, 1-1/1.1. ,....
District 5-3A leader Ocala Vanguardon 85-62 Jan. 17 at Lake Weir. II It M 11 II four turnovers in a row with less point first period advantage, 26-16. ....... 1../..4. Junior iraddv HI/IH1.. IradlKaplw
Oalnaivllla.....,.. II II II 24 49rodfard minutes to and GHS and led all the in beating Mid- 1.0.7. Irian IchmlH ..-.. ,...1" TugglM
than three play way
the schedule Saturday night,Feb. Another tough game comes up ., .., ... ... .....
Hlghl John tarry > / Slys! 83-64 the road Fri 1 ./.-..IH .. ..1-!/>- T. IT 4-ll/n-4.
baskets. on
4, In Ocala."I Feb. 9 when BuS travels to Palatka 1.I.4/4.II. a.dra. Carta 0.0/1 II. W_"" Mud.. converted all four into dleburg High
High one of the top area teams. I 0/1.14._.."lana 101.Harold CtianrH. I O/l.1. "Right up until the fourth quarter
BUS to Stacy Janklm o-t-ll. Dannla '.-10 0-1/11, Ka>lnainchl everthmg was going fine said
encourage everyone who can to Later in February goes
( Tnln.,,.400.TMalu .
-1/11 Otarila.ro.n .111.1. Coach Cummings. BHS led by six at
come with us (to Ocala)," Hamilton County. Feb. 17 Ocala .
says !""01O .
Coach Rowland Cummings which Vanguard comes to Stnrke for the .laitldai...,.Dannlwn...11....Tcnulkhard.an the half 43-37, and by seven, 62 55, OFFICIAL BALLOT
means the team ran IISP nil the help final game of ''h,' ,'I'\"I.lf< > < season. ..11....Morlln' Roper t-1/7.II,Sol 1..2.....- after three quarters.

I Ladies Are 8-2 But Fall to VanguardTop I SPECIAL SECOND ELECTION PRIMARY

for the District tage, but OV led after one quarter. half. This and changing to a zone FLORIDA
A decisive game lost 61-50 to Ocala BHS hung close until five minutes defense must have done the trick, STARVE BRADFORD COUNTY
5-3A was
left in the second quarter when because the BHS Ladies came out 1989
Vanguard last Thursday Jan. 27, by FEBRUARY 7,
five. Vanguard made a 16-4 run to lead fired up.
the Lady Tornado In the third quarter, BHS girls put
The 37-22 at the half.
leads District 53A. Sp Official
OV now lead on the board andn the InitialsSignature .ig
BHS girls to second In the second half BUS cut the 19 points
loss drops in district play. BHS is and with 1:58: left was down by nine fourth period a record 32 points.
at 8-2
place points and began to foul OV players. In all, the Lady Tornadoes set a
13-6 Tornadoes beat Lake But Vanguard was able to make 7 of team record of 79 points. of Elector
The Lady _
Simmons had the honor of r-t ---
Weir 79-37 for a district win on their 14 free throws to win by 11 points. Annette
home floor last Thursday Jan. 27. ...""'....Ht1h. 11 II t M M scoring the 78th and 79th points in a J
OulaVanouord 17 11 II Sb.dsd ./ game. Annette did it all the hard OFFICIAL
Hlghl Monk WIIII_. 7,301''-''. ..... from the free throw line.
Upcoming... utlor. I.... Dan Narrnaa '.'.11'.-.. ...... Coif way six seconds and
With remaining
Tonight (Thursday Feb. 2) the I.. 1 0-4. n. aright 1..2. I. line
1..4. Arkava William 1 0/1 4. Annatta,Will.... knowing the was on
BHS girls host Gainesville Eastside. 2..4.Tatalu 10.. /.... Annette stepped to the foul line and
The JV plays at 6 p.m.,the varsity at Ocala Vanguard! I.ProMon a./.". .r.l...nl made both free throws. El JpTION
s 7:30 10./..II. I.0. ... 1.".-.. T.Th.....' 1.1/1.1. calmly
p.m.Friday. I.Wllko,... J.1/1.t. I....".... 1-0.1. Tataln Monk Williams also set a record, JUNTY FLORIDA
Feb. 3, BHS travels to 261/27.61. scoring 34 points in the game Mo STARKE BRADFORTo / ,

Hawthorne High. BIIS 79 Lake Weir 37 scored her points from everywhereon FEBRUA" /, 1989
Next Monday, Feb. 6, Ocala The Lady Tornadoes scored a the court. She was 6-o-12 from
Top Shot... Forest comes to BHS. Next Thurs- record 79 points In winning937 the free throw line. Mo could have Initials Issuing Official
BIIS guard Monlque Wllllaml b her day, Feb.9, the Keystone ladies over rebuilding Lake Weir in an easy scored more, Coach Slater said but
team'leading scorer and poured In come to BHS for a rematch. win last Thursday Jan. 26, on the he pulled her from the game with

34 agaliut Lake Weir,a school Vanguard 61- BIIS 50 BHS Last home place floor.in the district Lake 2:30: let remaining one of the players in the fourth who had periodto not __ lure of Elector :___________________ I

record.Wrestlers. After their crushing defeat at Weir came to town with hopes of cat- scored back in so she could score.All
Keystone High the Lady Tornadoes ching the Lady Tornadoes down the ladies scored. OFF7AAL BALLOT

tried to bounce back against District after losing two straight games to ..........Hlh. II 17 11 7t
5-3A opponent Ocala vanguard last KHS and OV. &.k.Wel.HI'" I 10 0 10 HIrarMard SEr 4f1ID PRIMARY
Fall Thursday, Jan. 26. However, Lake Weir gave the Lady Tornadoes High Manic Wllllaml 14-1/1114. KvtdraOuriar
two inside players were all they wanted in the first "111.II.Dana Harmon I.0-1.Ivotto Ccnl..'..
Vanguard's ....
.2.7111.11. L. Jatkian ELECTIONSTARKF.tADFORD
Both Lavan and half. BHS was sluggish and unimpressive 1/4-1 ALn11mm.n. SPIAL
too much. .
Just WlIII._3-1/4.5. Tatalit' 361031TI.Lab.
To Clay HighOnly Preston combined for 44 of OV's 61 until the half. Coach John 10-1.Aurtlta Walr' High McCull.ugh: I.0-1 I....k.
points.BHS. Slater said he had more than a few l-l/l.1. C_.. 1 04. I.Cal., COUNTY. FLORIDA
one wrestler in the area, jumped off to an 8-2 advan- choice words to his Lady T's at the *.'/.'..lankr.1.0-4.,_., 144ISDO.JV .

John O. Williams remains FEBRUARY 7, 1989

undefeated on the season as the Tornadoes Beats Gainesville Eastside
fell to Green Cove Springs Squad To vote r a person whose name is printed on

Tuesday January 31, by a score of and BHS rode that tide .... 1+'. Andy O..d.wno .211-1. A1Mnbl. .. the ballot mark a cross (X) In the square at
basketball picked
JV up .
29-41. The Bradford High ..- Tap Smry 7.111.4. Totolil 14 t-tl/IO-ol. for
Williams, now 15-0, has scored 11 team won one of three games this in.IrodtordHlgll. Gal_""Hlhi A.MeKnloM 1-.11.1. J.J..JohnMHl the RIGHT of the name of the person
Eastside 14 14 I II IT "II.'.. J.Tumor Ill!.CfcnrlhOl/0-ll. !C.Me.CI.III.I. -
Gainesville -
pins in his 15 matches. His match week beating 314Mill, desire to vote.
0........ 14 107. 01radfard p.M. H/l-4 C.1.c. whom you
with Green Cove was a close one 57-52, and losing to Gainesville High Hlghl Tall,Chandlar 4.'.".".Oaronca > -I4/M 74Mlddlebunj.
Williams winning by a score of 13-11. 74-68 and to Middleburg 65-59. William .4/.". .'..... Rosa ..-.. And,. Lan
he Tornadoes, still ranked first in Both GHS and Middleburg made .... lhawt lank..... 1..1. Andy O.ed.wa 1..2. M. M'It II 7 II 14) It CHIEF OF POLICE
_.., trodbtdHlill
the area with a 10-2( record, are trail- clutch free throws to win close Jullu. 1+0.2.. ToMta Oahor 4-1/4-10. ..,1. W.II Mlddl.bory H/,1 .!. >' 14 U M Vffl
ed closely by Clay Countys 113. games. "". .Kenny Tray*1147.J....CoM 1.I 0/0-'. ...""'... Hlfhl a...... ItoM t-t/i-ll, '.11, 'ONE
.._ 1.,,4. ,_.. Cbpndlor 0/1-4, tkxui jMlital' -!/ '.And. U. .. .. VOTE.FOR
EltfJi is a very tough team,being a !The-TV Is to now 54. Irian Damn.. i12TatiO, a-l/I-4.. Ctamm WIHtaM 1H/J U: Tay twnAMn / IRES 36-89))
junior-senlor high school with some The JV cagers have a lot of young 22.1..11..1.OH' !+>. Js,klin. loll....ToNrill M-f/M....
wrestlers competing for five or six players,especially in the guard position 74....MIradfordMgh MlddlriMti Hlfhi.....,H511'.1.4/"".Jml.C.I-
excellent Coach Rowland It If M 10 MO.h.WI1.Hlh II.. 1.1/7.7.Croy lay<-|/.|.Chic KIIIM*.1-71"".
also have
an varsity
years. They says l-0-t Mh Wood R. EPPS
Oirta Da.ll
Tornado coach The JV five is also having 11 II 10 M 74 Chuck. llchdiM l-l/H. .,...,. I JIMMY I I
coach according to Cummings. catchup ........ Hlahl, Tally Chondlor. 1..4/.". MaunJanklm !<.... Mlk.w Mn I/ a.M'Oo.O 2.111.'
Brett "flu-bug" has invaded slow starts and has to play 1-1/1.4.ClaroiKO WIIII_.11/7 ,IMwrvl II.1 IT/M-M. r
the tornado squad and some have to fight their way back into -
wrestlers should not have been on every game. Against GHS, the Tornado 1 I JOHN HODGES\ : I I
the mats that night the coach said. JV was down from 12 to 15 I I II
points and fought their way
.......... M Oroon CM.lorlnoi 41 mistakes late In the game hurt. \ IB'J@ TERMITE AND PdST
IOJ-oondy Woldron alnnod by Tim H.II.14 "I contribute it more to Inex- iJ.JftI@)
111-Ivan Oouglai plnnod by Jo*Celly 1:12: else" says CONTROL I
than anything .
tit-fen Honkonon loll I*Clay HlddlllnQ HO17V perience .
-John O.Wllllaml dfotd Chris. Kwllond, 131 1 Coach Cummings.
130: -Irad Hamilton, pinned lubbo Hackworht 1:59
,... Jacobwn plnnod Silly Thampion I 1:15
135- BIIS 57 Eastside 52
140-Iddl.Slogrnund doloatod Tony >,1,.II-3 (1) $250,000.00 TERMITE PROTECTION
145-Travli Wynn plnnd by Jams Had,*>I:5* The BHS JV five got its fifth win
IM-....."to Raymond William Tuesday night at Gainesville ((2)) ONLY: A YEAR PEST CONTROL emsJ 4e.
All. Ully 0-11
160-Jaipn laniard(oil to
171-Id Dougloi l Ia..M Jail Cantor 0IW -' Eastslde. BHS tH
-till Hamilton dofoalod Jason Sllmli 163MO At the end of the third quarter r FULLY GUARANTEEDMake -
by lorllotHWT had 21-9 run in the
-Hollond thotor won going and a
Irawor pinned by Mason C.......,2 52 got Chandler was
-Ory Fourth
period. your home bug-free for the holidays iAicrrm
Bradford 38, Buchholz 31... hitting clutch shots and the defense -before the guests arrive!

"This was the biggest match of the .
Coach Purdy said. "We were
year wrestling, for respectability." Tennis t For the best protection anywhere no one treats your home .Y .

The team was fired up after the like Sears
first match which ended In a 1-1 Instruction r.1':4: t,
draw and the decision came down to lorkaofKoyitonafrrval Off R
match when Holland Shafer $
the last laKMHllOpaihaur
pinned his opponent in the ORUomwHhaFrtand 2 5'! the regular price of Sears' once-a-year

heavyweltht class in 39 seconds to Foe N_h. pest control with this coupon

clilnch the victory. at
Call Mark

..........M.lurihloU SIlos 473-4380 or 964-6305 ,.
--2.511 Cnwton 11.111 ...MU. *.Thontol GAINESVILLE our OF TOWN, -
.... olnnod by Wlllta 011.513:04 r 1 I
11'--_HonhorMn Douo-a* ....-...... _...-.H 377-0038 CALL COLLECT UK
Wllllaml plnnod"*..WIUoo 4i4IN
IM-Joha.-trad HomlBon O. .,......_*...OoHrorrn 4-1
.>>-JaaI- by tMo Mtuon. Ml
140-lddl.....,....*o.ootod by 10_ Wo-l-ll J
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1.1-14 u-.NnaM IaoMIy W11/rows 1,3316SJ. Candidate
._-... pins4. by 0.514 Whtlas'oal I "LETSPeople's SAy
17'-..O.Wln. d.t..l.d by Jn.11 Wh1N 4-13 ;: CHIEF OF POLICE '
llUHomlltoilplniiod rotor Carlo lillHI VOTE ; WORK
_, Dank.lo..o alotiod by WoHor Wallow Iil4lljl Vote 'The' Choice" :
-....-Uial r pi....CfctU Wroort lit EBB.' ">" TOGETHER

District Tournament... 7 f 41S .
The District Tournament is JimmyEPPS UNITEDvoTE I

scheduled for Saturday February ; .
11,at Lake Weir home of the district : WE CAN :

champions from last year.. LOVE
41,, WIN"

1W 'rnl The Standard FEB.7 February 7f; <:1989 4 Y

II.Ut:11.1: &lL of Performance. .. '"..<


Id..hr.n.LkNt : \

b51hw.ooHry.,tswi. I WILL work with all other law enforcement agencies to "STOP" the drug problemsand .'

.. ..n....,tad, Irral b'1dos'i.FD will continually search for ways and means!to assist people who want to stop

.... .
'. 1I 1 .
30.GTX 10W30. using drugs. '

GTX 10VWO..GTX20W50 WILL BE AVAILABLE TO "ALL" of the citizens in police and, ,community \matters.. ': .,

the.citizens crime watch program 1:. .

99 "jSale I WILL ensure the citizens: of Starke equal hiring I II and equal and fair treatment FOR ,, 1''': I I


ihn,>.()ood Through| Sat. WILL"outline policies and procedures to provide opportunity for education !"vi i

Transmission iJpc-clul CuadolDexronll and professional enhancement for all police personnel which will assure the 25 % off Ail

citizens;of Stark'e'the professional police "service"you.need and deserve.I ,

!' : 104 CAN AND WILL mnage'the Police Department in manner. that will bring prideto Cards
of Hallmark
t 1 .1. each ,our community. I further. pledge! that I will enforce" all the laws of' theStatc, ,
r .
I D Engineered breakdown to minimize and Florida and all local ordinances.'; : : "" .' Offer Good Through January 31 i

oX: _-extend vtecoatty'* n.mIa.3on ; I. .
\life pexron U._ t'r.fhe'OFFICE SHOP

"+ PPS'Y: 'he People's Choices .

-AUTOMOTIVEPARTS CENTER E ." .W '. uow. Call Street -

stake ....poL"Y. l/UA Starke 964-576-i
Walnut St.
660 N. I

964-5644 i- ,

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I Wino Dixie Stores Unveil New Plan to Help Feed the Hungry I IOn

Winn-Dixie Stores, to "even up" their total is the The deductible.For Hinson < ;wa-4111': ; or Winri>,ixi*
Jan. 19 opportunity grams difficulty of providing Salvation Army willt\ : Brl.A't'BIIX
Inc., and the Salvation Army jointly b.llto the next dollar for the hungry.For perishable foods. Because the responsible for identifying. th<- more information. contact the Stores I Inc Jacksonville I
announced the introduction of u pro example, if a Winn-Dixie perishable food groups are so nutritionally neighborhoods of greatest need and Salvation Army, 1A (ol) Harold I IJ r ((904 (-!I&-7In&I
gram to help wage war against customer has a total purchase of important, the products for disbursing the certificates in those I
hunger across the Sunbelt $24.75, he/she can simply tell the which certificates may be areas. The Salvation Army's system
"Our program, to be called cashier to "even it up" to$25.00 The redeemable will include fresh pro- for this distribution will be effective
EVEN IT UP KOU THE IIUNCJHY' $.25 difference will be automatically duce, dairy and fresh and smoked in late February.The WANT A
was created in response to the reality credited to the 'Even It Up for the meats. program, which began Jan
that hunger is a year-round, pro Hungry" fund. The certificate program was 26, will continue for an indednitu
blem," said James Kufeldt, President The money received through the developed because of its simplicityand period.
of Winn-Dixie. program will be used to pay for cer- efficiency in providing One of the hallmarks of this (program -
"After the traditional holiday tificates to be distributed by the perishable products to the needy is the ease of participation. GOOD DEAL?
season many of us forget that Salvation Army across the 1'11111..11The The distribution of certificates wil Customers need only to tell the
hunger continued unabated for certificates will be redeemableat eliminate the need for separate Winn-Dixie casher to "Even-up"
thousands across the Sunbelt. Those all Winn-Dixie stores for fresh distribution, handling and storage of their total. Winn-Dixie customerswill
affected Include chilldren and the products at no charge. fresh foodtasks which create great find the "Even It Up" amount Check Our Classified Section
elderly. Hunger is a relentless!: One of the most significant: difficulty for most food banks and clearly printed on their cash register
adversary. challenges facing local food pro- neighborhood pantries. receipt. The contributions are tax
"Having observed similar programs -
in other parts of the country, -
Winn-Dixie contacted the Salvation
Army to explore the possibility of a
joint program to benefit the hungry Winn-Dixie
where Winn-Dixie operates super
Beginning January 26, every
Winn-Dixie supermarket in
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Loui-
siana,Mississippi and North&South
Carolina will allow customers the t


Planned"Motivation FRESH MARKET

mance", a national video conference -
is being sponsored by Santa
Fe Healthcare Training on Wednes-
day, Feb. 8 from 3-5 p.m. BEEf
Fran Tarkenton, former football BRANDS AT
star and author, will examine the
practical ways in which managers
can measure activity and use powerful -

it.This reinforcement program includes methods a powerful to prove EVERYDAY LOW PRICES !

case study of how one successful GROUND
company instituted a system of per
formance measurement and feedback 17-oz. CAN FRESH

employees.Cost to effectively. motivate its -- ,..- DEL MONT CUT GREEN BEANS SEVERAL

of the conference is $5i! per 16-oz. CAN TIMES

person four or or more.$49 per The person program:in groups will I be of De Il I- DEL MONTE FRENCH STYLE GREEN BEANS DAILY

held at SantaKc Healthcare's Conference Alontlr'' 17-oz. CAN U ALL
Center, 800 S.W 2nd
Avenue Alachua, Gainesville General, directly Hospital.For .opposite I'- DEL MONTE CREAMSTYLE or WHOLE KERNEL CORN LB. SIZES

information call ((004)\ ) _
338-2188. To register .'nll1800.331.5HIO.
W-D HANOI PACK 1. 3,or 8-LB. PKQ.


New Investing YOUR .

Seminar SetA CHOICE 3

seminar entitled "'1'he Principles 9 9

of Investing" will be given to II
I-"I- hiy
interested citizens free of charge. MIX N'
This course provides an opportunity ( -
to learn about the Wall Street\ MATCH CANS
Market and the principles of sound
investment. .
Bruce Anderson of Paine Wcblx-r ft.-
will be the instructor for this course, i
scheduled for Feb. 9,16,and 23: ,from AGJUNlol I IJI3n

Tech 7-8:30 Center,at Sliirke.Bradford-Union. Vo- THE SUPER-POWERED, SHOPPING,
Quilt Show / SEE STORE


REGISTER TO WIN 11.2-15,1919

Friends of McIntosh will xpon- (TEN $1000 CERTifiCATES.EAW'NG) TO_BE.HELD THURSDAY FEB. 18. 1989 AT 7:00 P.M. FEED THE HUNGRv_ _
sor their 8th Annual Quilt Show & .
Sale on Saturday, April 1 from 10-4

p.m. and Sunday, April 2 from 1-4 tVERYDAY
pm. at the Historic McIntosh Depot, fiJfU LOW PRCCt tVtRYDAY
home of the ]RH! Festival. pW pgict LOW PRCEtOe1

The event will be open to (illquilters I
but no dealers please 61r
The Friends of Mcintosh will
feature "Morning, Noon and Night a11llWI 1 1 1 6
Gainesville AH n ;
sQp ecialafeature, 11 quills chosen by pIu
the Florida Heritage Society will be
displayed. These quilts were I GOOD ICOXIN; GREAT COOKIV _
documented at the 1987 Quill Show PERDUE DELI
Of the 5,000 quills documented in the
stale, 150 were chosen, 11 from this TURKEYBREAST

area.There will be an area available to I ILB.
those who may wish to sell I heir
quilted items. The Friends of Milntosh .
will charge 20% on the sale of $329
quilts and quilted items. (
Please reserve space no later. limn 4Fi !
March 21. All quilting, quills,
pillows, etc., will be a..el''d. Friday -
Mar. 31. There I no 2 EACH THIGHS, LEGS, -
registration after this dale. BREASTS, Au.WRITIES
Betty Inquiries Hopwood may, 591-2242; Mrs. Jean FRIED COCA ua $169 PANCAKESYRUP BIG 60 '
Willis, 591-1781; or Mrs Margie COLA . . CANS . . EL COOKIES . 2:. 9ge
Karow, 591-1180. Mail inquiries to CHICKEN I _,
Friends of Mcintosh, P.O. Box IBM, := .U.J1..1..1I.1.JH[ : : .. ''IVIItYDAY LOWPIUCI ;
Mcintosh, Fl. 32604. nr ALL VARIETIES DEEP SOUTH SMOOTH or

Centel is Loader "Pc. A PEANUT

Providing Equal PKG. 2LTR.COLg 1 1 BUTTER JELLY

Access Phone LinesIn CHOCOLATE, LEMON orMERiNGUE r 0
the final month of 1UIUI\ ('(lItrnl
Telephone Company of Florida or NL. $148 ggc
became the first CenlraI1'el'Ihonl'Company ) 2.LB.
operation in the country
_ _
and one of the first pholne companies -
in Florida to offer long WHEN YOU HAVE MORE
distance equal I access to every single 2 S 5 ALL VARIETIES F Save a THAN GROCERIES ON YOUR LIST:
customer in serving area
"On December 1, equal Recess R. C. Daffy Buck'! POLIDENT
became a reality for our customersin FOR COLA DENTURE $983
Starke, Ktngsley Lake and 0 TABLETS P56<. fi
Lawtey," said Lou Carrion, general 30 minutes of color ,!.'
customer services manager. "They VANILLA CHOCOLATE C n.-_....., MINT or PEPPERMINT '
join our customers in Tallahassee, I CREME 8 9 CM it =now youra M SCOPE $997
Ft. Walton Beach, Madison and the HORNS . 49ge 2-LTR. uvtngi. __ MOUTHWASH. 40
of Florida service area BTL.
rest our
where equal access was Im- =' SPMTZ, MOUSSE,OCL e.CHEESE.
plemented in 1987. This means thai SANDWICH REd1LAR ax NATURAL LIG IT CONDITION II
100% of Cenlel-Florlda'8 customerscan . u $388 BUSCH \\i':<:$442 0ri 0 SHAMPOO 1}.. $146
now reach the long distance carrier SIll
choice dialing DEU BEER . . C s t 1
of their by simply Daffy $ UNSCeHTED, NOULA"! .POWDER DRV or
'1' Carrion said. fiST $Z 49 i / ; Duck I
In Florida,Centers final equal access II. u. KorlTI.$699 t Volume : 1 BAN SOLID $
conversion came just l'ii mon- .. "J84
WINES. I--- ,
ths after Southern Bell became the = COUPON VWJO TMOOUOM F t 1M* J ANTIPERSPIRANT L EI
: first telephone company in the stale
: to provide 100% equal access. "This
is a significant milestone for
Centel,"said Linda Wester,Cenlel's
coordinator for equal access. "It EVERYDAY
means that our company Is right in LOW LOW PRICES
the forcfrong of upgrading mir
: technological capabilities toimivldo, ,
w our) customers with the Iltch(',,'
:: possible level of coniH-lilive| ncrice. i -- IIrv.
\ I .

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February 2I9H U.mtAI'U: ,TIMES" MOMTOIt-. : "lIltcm:

News Briefs .

Crossing Guard eastbound on SR-18 at approximately of a three-week undercover opera. Jacksonville Man ding to Paramedics Nelson Green were charged -
8 to lOmph. due to glare of sun the tlon. and Burl Traylor. McLeod was according to
Injured on DutyThe he Charged with possession of crack Injured By GunshotA
driver said was unable to see released Jan. 30. Driver of the
crossing guard at Starke crossing guard, according to cocaine and safe and delivery, 34 of, 19-year-old Jacksonville man There were no charges in the 11 Alexander
crack Willie James Lacy
Elementary School is recoveringfrom Patrolman M. T. Short. were Jones, 33, was injured in an accidental a.m. incident. was also charged -
Ronnie Oliver, 32, Stlrley
injuries after being struck by a Lee 70 said he thought the vehicle White, 18, shooting Sunday while camping in degree-grand
Ular Banks, 29, Jasper
had observed his directions to
vehicle Jan. 25. stop Strawberry Acres north of Starke. theft,
Curtis Tyre Lee was taken by and turned his back to the vehicle. and William Paytee,35,according James McLeod was apparently Three Charged $1,000. Sanford
Rescue to Bradford Hospital, later The vehicle failed to stop and struck Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. Chargedwith trying to untangle two guns in the With Theft and on their
two counts of sale and deliveryof
transferred to Alachua General the crossing guard,said Short. crack back of a pickup truck when the trig- FourWheelerTwo own juvenile was
Hospital, with a fractured left leg No charges have been filed in the 33. All those cocaine arrested was Ernest James from ger of a 410 guage shotgun became of his
and shoulder, according to 7:56 a.m. accident. Lake Butler. There bond were set at lodged and fired, according to -Lt. men and a juvenile were _
Paramedics Steve Futch and Burl was David Aderholt. The gunshot charged Jan. 28 with the theft of a
Traylor. His condition this week is $7,500. entered the palm of McLeod's left four-wheel Yamaha after the
listed as stable, according to a Seven ArrestsIn The sting resulted in arresting the hand and exited through his wrist, neighbor of the victim saw them
hospital spokesperson. Lake Butler main targets as well as others, ac- he also received pellet wounds to his pushing the vehicle past his house on In County
cording to Sheriff Whitehead. Additional abdomen. He was flown by Steel Mill Rd toward a waiting
A 1979 Pontiac, driven by Marlie were made
Seven drug arrests were made by arrests are expected, said TRAUMA Ito
University Hospital in truck.
Alexander Sanderson of Starke, pickup in Bradford
was by
authorities in Lake Butter as a result Whitehead. J11M
Jacksonville for
treatment, accor- Fredrick Felton Sanford, 19, o

...,. ...
Ti .a .iIL -- Petteway, 27, of
Jan.29 for open
according to
H. Brown. Pet-
by Lt. Ken
distrubance on
the of McDonalds.
After leave and refusIng -
arrived and
He was released
after was posted.

BEEF WHOLE or HALF WHOLE or RIB HALF YOUNG-N-TENDER was for Putnam retail theft Hall

NEW YORK __ PORK QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS FRYER valued to Michael without at leave$20.


FEB. 2-8, 1989
@ Lee, 25, of

STOREHOURS 8 A.M. seen paraphernalia investigate Jan.McClain.standing 27 for a,

; at US-310 andSR16.
TIL he was do-

$997 L 11 P.M. crack Ing a silver pocket metal and

10 threw patrol car, said
at that
time .after a $500

arrested Jan.
Iii 29 of controlled
LB LB. LB. of drug to

DeSue, who
SEE YOUR MARKET was was seen
when He was ap
a shed at I
the and charged
FRYER SLICEDBACON l: small were found on
him, charging
LEGQUARTI .i; trespass was
LOIN HALF $1 37 I! SNOW CRAB$1099 Bond on Jason each Bennett.charge$

PORK LOIN . 98 C CLUSTERS . Kf (cash remains in
FULL QUARTER SLICED FOR CHOPS ''.. ... 400 $250.'i
SELECT LEAN $197 ; ,> LB. LatWOMAND FLANDERS $498 was ar-
PORK LOIN . u. ,, "' BEEF PATTIES r C. to drug i
was set at$500, f
+ ,,.1 SLECT LEAN!
,i t 1 ,he on, his own
t '
197 HONCEE1tSS1j'f 1 f'21Jtf'WALL.BE utt. $2195
!Jt II' II fol/o'Jl '
iPOJIK ROAST{ .i a.Of1 l 1.1l0RlC A'RElIBS ,u.iJ ;'l ,'C : u ,IIG.
BUTT $|67 CUT $997 COUNTRY STYLE $1 97vwrrwwr PORK $R80 Intox-
PORK STEAKS u. PORK. CHOPS. La BEEF SAUSAGE u RIBLETS . 'iolilE arrest to Investigator I

. u. $347 SLICED BACON_ ..!.!..-. rit 98e PORK CHOPS. u $187 CORN DOGS . ,S $399SPARERIBS. $775, Bond on was his set own at

BVEAY aizi EVERYDAY 19, was ar-
LOW PRICE pow P LOW PRICE rested theft,accor-
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Bond he was released -
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SNAK PAKPUDDINGS 1 1 1w l 27, of
Jan. 27 for
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and had no
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BAG front in. He his was left
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PHARMACY ENTREES . z sJt I GRAPES LB. 98 Y no recognizanceand laws.
$300 OFF 1 PERCH $189 'YELLOW $-g3B $D. posted.after a

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rouR WITH COUPON ON Nature makes Duval Jan. 27
P Fa a slog ICE for sign citation
son. $465.25.He was
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SNAPPER $399 NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER OFFER p the difference.CLEAN was arrested' I
WI chit !NOT WONINCU 1C UNDERSOLD HALF Jan. tag, accordingto
FILLETS . u. GAL.i was set at
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I As Women's Club Celebrates 100th Year, No Job Too Big for Jr. Members I

By Mark Frledlln a four year period which beganIn Bradford County Students and a As the world's largest women's community and the role we play
BCT Staff Writer June 1988 and local range of activities in the area volunteer organization, in It." JWC President Lorna
I The General Federation of members have never been more which Include a range of members have plenty of reasonsto Reddish commented recently. I
Women's Clubs celebrates the active, with the formation of a services and events for the be proud of their InvolvementIn "We have a full calendar of
lOOIli. year of Its founding during scholarship foundation for (community. a group with vast reservoirs of events which probably effects
I ., I af energy, talent and over 10 each person In the city at least piJ
million members In once during the year. I hope we
f communities across the United can continue to grow and help In
Slates. every way we can."
} The! General Women's Club of One look at the list of activities
Starke shares a large this busy organization managesto
f I clubhouse, located In a, fit into a busy schedule will
yI o
j prominent area of downtown convince any skeptic. The JWC f. 4'
!, Starke on Jefferson Street, with sponsors or plays an active partin
t their younger. sister the Bradford County
organization, the Junior Strawberry Queen Pageant, the
1 Women's Club of Starke. Annual Antique Show
Organized by a group of (sponsored by the General
I ... patriotic young women In 1941, Women's Club of Starke), The
,': the Junior Women's Club is Annual Festival of the Arts, "Just Rookie of the Year...
: ,' open to women ages 18-40 who Say No" Drug activities and the Tracy Wells I
I still have a desire to play a partin
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Junior Women'pub Member of Starke Include,from left to right on the front row:HcMI Mbe,HJolmar WlUon, Hand
Christie Torode and Betty Ann Chapman.In President's Choice... Surgery Center
the second row from left to right:Cathy Wooley,Karen Casey,Swan Starling Pam Thrift,Norma Donn and Paula Register PPC Approved Hospital
future clubwoman Amanda Torode.
In the rear from left to right:Cleo Elder, Della Hamilton,Cheryl,Lorna Reddish,Sponsor Donna Cruen,Tammy 850 East:Main Street Lake Butler
Baldree, Paula Register and Heckle Jones. Call 496-0092 for an appointmentBlue
Not pictured:Tracy Wells,Sara hinds,Carolyn Autry,Joan Hall and Kitten Denmark. Cross/Blue
Shield PPC and
New Officers... Health Option HMO: Provider

New Junior Women'Club Officer thb year Include,from left to right:President Lorna Reddish" let Vice President
Heckle Jones, 2nd Vice President Cathy Wooly,Secretary Tracy Well and Treasurer Cleo Elder.


News Shorts.

Commission RevisesAlligatorIIarvest participating in the statewide on private lands are May 1-30 and t -k /
harvest to kill
alligators immediate- Sept. 1-Oct. 15. The statewide
ly. Previously, trappers were allow harvest on public lands will take
ed to keep alligators alive for 24 place Sept. 1-30. J --
hours, but Commissioners
At in changedthe
a meeting Tallahassee Jan.
13, the Game & Fresh Water Fish rule in response to letters of con- ,
Commission approved several cern about potential abuses to #
changes in regulations governing alligators wounded during capture.A IJ ww\
alligator harvesting. third change extends the fall
Commissioners changed the adult alligator season on private "
,deadline for applying for a statewide lands by 15 days. This will! allow ._ .
., alligator trapping permit to June 15. time for alligator meat and hide pro Ants can be frozen for long periods, r r i'I7ewl tq t 4 b t f l
iii Applications should be available cessors to handle the extra workload without harm.Many spend the win*, :: : ; :
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Students Beware: Explosives Can I

Maim or Kill if Not Properly HandledA

third grade Starke Elementary other explosives around please week required for the graft to take.
student who lost part of his hand in realize their danger and take proper Of course Adam is homebound during
December prompted a class on the care to report them urged Cooley. his treatment, but continues to
dangers! of explosives. Nine-year-old Adam Adkins founda be a typical active boy.Adam Is the
SSG William D. Eilbeck and Sgt. blasting cap in an old house on his son of Roy and Robin Adkins they
Janet H. Mathews from the Explosive family's property Dec. 14. The caps live in the Heilbron Springs area.
Ordnance Disposal (EOD) had been used years earlier to blow Additional classes are in the planning -
team from Camp Blanding up stumps.Out for other schools in Bradford
fin presented the class on explosives, of coursity Adam hooked the County said Cooley.
according to Joyce Cooley from blasting cap to a 9-volt battery and
Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire the cap exploded.Adam lost severalof Hint
I Department. The volunteers sponsored his fingers in the explosion. He Safety
the class where students were was taken by Rescue to Lake Butler Heilbron Springs VFD advises ,
given information on different ex- Hospital Hand Surgery Center practice drills in your home. Make a 1
;t plosives and what they look like. where he has undergone two fire escape plan and practice the 1
It is not unusual to find grenades surgeries. According to his mother escape.Have. 1
and other explosives around the Adam's hand has been sewn to his a safe place to meet outside :
Camp Blanding area according to groin for four weeks with one more so everyone is accounted for.
.,_ A __ Cooley. The students were told to
r- mark the if find
spot they any type of
It Doesn't Have to Be This Big To Be )bangerous,.. explosive or any object they were
AalhorUkM m cautioning citizen to be aware of the potential danger juoclated with explosives of any type or not sure of but they are to LEAVE IT
size.Including this huge bell which WM found In October.'$7,parked In front of the IUndl-Way.tore In Brooker. ALONE, mark the spot and contactthe
or fire department
Although this shell was an Inert practice bomb filled with cement It had a real fuse attached and wa a hazard to mediately.police Good advice for anyone.

'. the public.A Blasting caps are probably one of
sworn complaint wa liaised to the nan responsible. for planting the bomb a*a prank,the bomb was purchathed the most dangerous explosives 1 1lics
In a salvage yard In Gainesville,but according tAt authorities It against the law to powe.this type ef device. around. Just dropping a cap can set
i I it off If you hnvo t-,-"""J> caps or .bfrHJNA

"I Don't Know I Don't'I Care LAKE AREA u a't .

I "Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine

And It Wouldn't Matter If I DId! PHYSICAL THERAPY, Inc. 1900JI T mpJ Star**, Florida '320'91' .

Does this phrase categorize the at- negative impact this facility will TO-RENA' MOTEL ,
titude of the majority of Bradfordand have on'' our highway safety land CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY' For r.urvatlon. or take out .orders'- call: 854-7681
Union County residents?For the values air and water qualities and
past year United Citizens Against health of our area residents.The .
Pollution (UCAP' ) has worked to op- members of UCAP have spent Physical Therapy. Occupational Therapy. CLOSED ON MONDAY!
pose the states sighting of a hazar- hours in meetings research and
dous area.waste treatment facility in our fund raising. Our family lives, per- & Speech Pathology I Tuesday Friday

sonal finances businesses and social Lunch: 11 a.m. 2:30
Interests have suffered.In Medicare Insurance and Worker's Compensation Accepted p.m.
fighting this life-threatening Dinner: 4:30 pm ill 9:30 pm
proposal, each and individual
wiling to protect the quality of their Laura Hodges. P.T. Karen Lord. M.A. CCC/SP Saturday: 4:30 pm ill 9:30 pm

O prayers'and life MATTERSI' donations! Your time energy Jennifer Bradley. P.T. Peggy Floatner O.T.R.S.R. Lunch Sunday 12 Noon ill 2:30
are needed.
Please join and support UCAP now I Dinner 4:30 pm ill 9 pm
UCAP,is a non-profit corporationand
{ all donations are tax deductible.We .
desperately need your contributions 26 & Centre Street 486 N. Temple Ave.
to continue to pay legal fees Melrose Florida 32666 Starke Florida 32091 '
and printing costs. Send contributions
to! U-CAP Treasurer Rt. 2, 475-3113
Box 81S Lake Butler Fla. 32054. 964-2208 !
If you don't KNOW you can Join us !! I
now and stop this facility or you can I Remember- TOXIC AIR .
learn quences.If later. and live with the conse- LINE DOESN'T I 11 I STOP AT THE COUNTY Hours by Appointment Physician Referral I

you don't CARE then possiblyyou
don't own land have livestock
poultry or crops. Perhaps you don't .
have children or grandchildren and BRYAN'S
never intend to. You may even Attention Toro Owners &
believe that what you can't see in r
your air and water won't hurt you.
If you think we CAN'T make a dif-
ference, why do you think we were
granted an administrative hearing, V.l.P.: Members
scheduled for May to review the
"flawed" system of selecting Union -I
Countvas the site. Our efforts have
SLtempjfFilrily halted any further i ,". Pickup & Delivery On Any Toro Rider .

leveWment' and of concern the facility.DOES i u r'F .a' 28 .)11I.. .WI
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Fruit Tree Sale Plus Parts &

Now Is The Best Time of The Year
The efforts of our group to uncover, To Plant Fruit Trees! Clean Entire Mower
the real story behind the siting process Change OilSharpen
has resulted in the collection of Blade
documents ob- t Hamlin Seedless
approximately 40,000 Carburetor
tained from the Dept. of En- Adjust
vironmental Regulation and its con- + Clean Air Filter
sultants.As a result,we can say that O Lube Throttle r \
"yes we know the facts",but maybenot J range .CheckAIlNuls&BoUs "
the whole truth about the way Adjust Brakes & Bolts 'fIYi'DO':
Union County chosen to .
was "
"sacrifice" itself and host this Trees Service Tires & Battery )
undesirable industry for the entire ( Grease All FittingsPreSeason "
states' waste. 1
Because of this knowledge and the' I Sale On All Mowers & Catchers

dous information waste incineration received about, the way hazar-it $ 95' Low Monthly Payments
has affected other communities L 230.00 .2 Yr. Warranty j
throughout the country, we "care" :E 9 save up to oNoMone.Down oln.lanCedll ,_
and are concerned about the
In 3Gal. Containers

FHP Troopers Loaded I With Fruit SuppliesLast AIR $ 9 5 6991

Continue License, J IIWATfR 8 9 $1
Vehicle Inspections dther Varieties Stock. Check Our Low Prices! 1h H.P. -

Parson Brown
Bradford County
.The Florida Highway Patrol will Satsuma. '. Navel Shallow I Well Pump
be driver license and ii
conducting TangerineMAC
vehicle inspection checkpoints during $9988 LCA Water Filter
the week of Feb.3 through Feb.9 Bladder Tank Sediment Filler Housing Compl.t.
on SR-21, SR-100. SR-230 SR-18 $24995 With MWS-S Sediment Cartridge And
SK-16 CR-18, CR-16, ca-21B., I', 42 Ga I 1. E-2 Off Wr.nch, Suggested For Whol.
CR-225, CR-125 CR-229, CR-231. 110 Reg. Valve Casing Complete. House Filtering, j
CR-227 CR-221,CR-230 and CR100Ain
Bradford County.Recognizing I ,
the danger presentedto FREE EXTRA 10" BAR EUREKA<0 Amp Mot"Cerpel
the public by defective vehicle'
14" Electramac
equipment. Troopers will concentrate Heigtil I Adi| lm nl.Dual
R. 99.95 :
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efforts vehicles being & Idg. KloeiiOf
their on CARRY
with defects such as bad Model No, Power Driven looter air Roll
brakes worn tires and defective i I'' 1432 .Too leading L....Capacity DI..,.......
lighting equipment. In addition, attention Chainsaw Oust. -eMo':;
Value .P "
will be directed to drivers CASE ((29.95 ) .. SlMl Motor Mood
who would violate the driver license' ,-"- 30" p
laws of Florida. 1.75 H.P.Motor, Lightweight, ; twCud Above The Floor
The Patrol has found these check- Cleontne' Toots!
with Chain Brakes & Handguard.
points to be an effective means of enforcing J 'Or/OH Tw$wtua'
the equipment and driver' -

license the protection laws of Florida of all while motorists.Insuring ,, 'N $5 4 99 Complete 95

Union County 13995 ,'.. :, tM.lIt We Carry a 5 9
:The Florida Highway Patrol will 72706 line of Vacuum J

be conducting inspection driver checkpoints licenseandvehicle during I McCULLDCH Cleaner Bag.

the week of Feb.3 through Feb.9
on SR-100. SR-121. SR-231, SR-241
SR-238 CR-18 CR-237 CR-329,
CR-125 CR-231A CR-24A and CR-
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I Lawtey Woman Dies After Being- Stabbed By., Former Boyfriend.." I

A 43; old died u.....
ycai Lautuy women
curly Friday morning after being Jenkins and her four daughterswere and hid in the yard, said Aderholt. According to Aderholt, Dell and by a vehicle. Arthur apparently did bike into it's path. He died at the I
stabbed with a kitchen knife, her in her trailer home at NE 60th When Dell was unable to locate Jenkins had ended a seven-year not see the vehicle as he swerved his scene.
assailant has been arrested and in Lawtey when Jessie L. Dell Jenkins he fled the scene, according relationship last fall. In December
charged with murder. entered the home at 9:15: p.m. Dell to Aderholt. Witness informationlead Jenkins sought a restraint order
had cut the telephone lines before to the arrest of Dell by Clay against Dell. Jan. 6 Dell was ar- FDLE Reports on Pot Growing I
entering the trailer through the laun- County authorities when he was rested by Deputy Harvey Rhoden for
Constance -
Jenkins flown Jan. found at
was a friend's house in Green
:2!<> In University' dry room, according Lt. David Cove aggravated assault with a deadly Domestic cultivation in perfect habitat for marijuana
Hospital by Aderholt. Dell attacked Jenkins, Springs Jan. 28 at 4 p.m. weapon (a butcher knife), Jenkinswas marijuana ass
1 KAU'AIA I from the scene after she Florida continues to be a profitable venture. These are
stabbing her in the abdomen while the ,, some
victim in that arrest
received a six-inch stab wound to the she Dell, 31, was returned to Starke multimillion ($50.4 million) dollar of the findings included in the 1988
in the Dell
was living room. was released on his own
where he is
Momach, according to ParamedicsDan charged with murder business operating in virtually Florida Department of Law
went into the bedroom to look for a and recognizance after his arrest. every
('uddm ton and Nelson Green gun, at which time Jenkins and two burglary of an occupied dwell Four years ; struck this county in the state. An ideal climate annual report on mari
Jenkins died during surgery at 12 55 of her daughters; ran from the trailer only ing with). bond set at $105,000 (cash family when Jenkins' son, 14-year- and extensive areas of rural and. fer-. juana grown in Florida..
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I State Law Enforcement Officials Continue Pursuit of Marijuana Growersfrom I

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,,. statewide domestic marijuana torts to stop foreign smuggling thus Violence associated with mari- Moore issued a call for renewed volved," emphasized Commission demonstrate even greater success in
eradication program,which is making outside Importation a risky juana cultivation continued to be a citizen awareness of drug activity in Moore. ....::9.
carried out to a large extent by local business. factor in eradiatlon efforts. Duringone the state. Moore said, "We need the
law enforcement,was started in 1981 Traditionally marijuana cultivation incident sheriff's deputies were public's help so that those who insiston This year's program featured a
and has been the primary means of showed primarily in the nor fired upon by pot farmers and booby making a living out of the marijuana special focus on combined state Bradford
locating and destroying illegally thwestern part of the state, howeverfor trap devices were discovered in business will find they have no resources. A state task force work County
cultivated marijuana in Florida. the second year in a row, reports more than a dozen cultivation sites. place to hide. Citizens who see ing with the dedicated members of During 1988 In Bradford County
I P. During that time Florida has been show a relatively even distributionof Growers also showed a high degreeof suspicious acitivity that might indicate local law enforcement helped increase 557 plants found on 17 sites were
7.. recognized by its law enforcement growth activity. During 1988, law sophistication using time release marijuana cultivation or the 1988 eradication results destroyed. Seven arrests were madeas
..i> community and the U. S. Drug En- enforcement efforts resulted in the fertilization methods. The increaseduse other forms of drug activity should by 39 percent over the 1987 totals. a result of marijuana findings.
forcement Administration as one of eradication of 134,794 plants and the of green houses for domestic call their local police or sheriff's Florida has been very successfulIn Union
the nation's leading producers of arrests of 358 persons statewide. marijuana production was also department immediately. Private addressing this serious problemand CountyIn
'home grown' or domestic mari Numerous items of equipment and noted. citizens should not attempt to per- with continued assistance from Union County during \ISIIB/
juana. Contributing factors include vehicles were also confiscated during sonally confront a suspicious personor federal, state and local law enforc 2,4(15( plant were found on 27 -otcs
law enforcement's intensified ef- the year FDI..E Commissioner James T situation because of the danger in mpnt agencies the program should Four arrest wenmade



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Charlie W. Dowling Alfred Henri Lagasse Mr. Malone. H.Miller Jr.,of Jacksonville; three arrangements 1
Charlie W.Dowling,76,of Raiford Alfred Henri Lagasse 86, of daughters Patricia M. Sheppard! of
died Friday at the home of his Keystone Heights,died Joe Cecil MartinezJoe Orange City, Janet M. Michl) of
daughter in Stuart, after an apparent 27 in North Fla Regional Medical Cecil Martinez 87, of Starke. Weston, Conn., and Donna M. Groffof For More...
heart attack. A lifelong resi- Center of Gainesville following a died Friday, Jan. 27 in Bradford Orwinsburg, Pa.; one brother H. Obituaries.
dent of Raiford, Mr. Dowling was a lingering illness. Hospital following an extended il Russell Miller of Covington, Pa.; 11 ... Bee Pale/g
carpenter contractor. Born Oct. 10, 1902 In Nashua,N.H., lness. grandchildren and 7 great-
Survivors include his daughter, Mr. Lagasse moved to Keystone in Born Nov. 22, 1901 in Havana, grandchildren. .
Connie Major of Stuart; two sisters 1963 from George's Lake. He was an Cuba Mr.Martinez moved to Starkein Funeral services were held Jan.28
Annie M. McLellan of Darlington Army Veteran of World War II and 1940 from Tampa. He moved from in Park of the Palms Chapel: with WHY WAIT
S.C., and Debbie D. Hunnicutt of served from 1922.24; a member of Cuba to the U.S. at seven years of Mr. Ernest Woodhouse officiating.
Raiford; and one grandson, George American Legion Post 202, a age. He was a member of Seven Day Arrangements were handled by
Major, Jr., of Stuart. member of St. William Catholic Adventist Church, retired from E.I. Jones Funeral Home. ; FOR YOUR
Funeral services were held Mon- Church and a retired land developer. DuPont as a dry mill operator, and 4 t
day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral Survivors include his wife, SarahC. was a member of Bradford Masonic William C. "Dub" Rhoden
Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Lagasse of Keystone; his stepdaughter Lodge and the Starke Shrine Club. William Clifford "Dub" Rhoden ..1\"e1piri" TAX REFUND
Robert Register and Rev. Charles Sonia Seigler of Melrose; Survivors include his wife Nellie 74,of Starke, died Friday Jan.27,at
Redding officiating. Burial was in his stepson Theron Hunter of Virginia Redgrave Martinez of the VA Hospital in Gainesville J. WHEN YOU CAN
Sapp Cemetery at Raiford under the Keystone; his brother Felix (Hap) Starke; his son Joseph A. Martinezof following an extended illness.
direction of Archer Funeral Home. Lagasse of Ft. Myers; his sister, Interlachen; his daughter Born and raised in Bradford County -
Adrienne L. Judkins of Lecanto. Josephine Pizzo of Tampa; one Mr. Rhoden served in the U.S. GET YOUR MONEY FAST
Thomas B.Jenkins, Sr. Fla.; three grandchildren andseveral brother,Oscar Martinez of Tampa; Army during World War II. He was
Thomas B. Jenkins, Sr., 75, of nieces and nephews. one sister Marquite Alvarez of retired from the Fla. National Use H&R Block's Rapid Refund Program
Funeral held Jan. 30 in Tampa five grandchildren and nine
Lake Butler, died Sunday from injuries mass was ; Guard after 29 years service and
suffered in an automobile accident St.William Catholic Church with Fr. greatgrandchildren.Funeral also retired from the Federal Civil Itfe a loan against your expected federal Incometax
on the Olustee Rd. in Baker Tom Gordon officiating. Intermentwas services were held Jan.29 Service at Camp Blanding. He was a refund.Available whether H&R Block
County. in Keystone Heights Cemetery in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with member of the American Legion
Born in Greensboro, N.C., Mr. under the direction of Jones Funeral Pastors Ron Rockey and Harry Var- Post 56, and Madison St. Baptist prepares your tax return or DOt.IT'S ,
Jenkins lived most of his life in Lake Home. nadoe officiating. Interment was in Church. H&R BLOCK-
Butler. He was a veteran of World Kingsley Lake Cemetery under the FAST
War Ii, a retired aircraft mechanicand Curtis J.Malone direction of Jones Funeral Home. Survivors include his daughter,
a member of the First United Curtis J. Malone of Doctors Inlet Dottie Kite of Starke; three sons, For more details or to see If you qualify call H&R Block now.
Methodist Church of Lake Butler. died Monday Jan. 16. Born Nov. 14, William II.Miller, Sr. Scotty,Dennis and Mike Rhoden, all 8 am-8 pm. STARK.964 N.Main St..954-8288
Survivors include his wife,Crystal 1922 in Ft.Myers Mr. Malone was a William H. Miller) ,Sr.. 86, of Parkof of Starke; two sisters, Thelma Wise am-5 KEYSTONE HOTS. Hwy 21 N. 4733646
Ellis Jenkins;three daughters,Sally former Starke resident. He was a the Palms in Keystone Heights, and Mae Prevail, both of Starke; 9 pm
Rollins of Lake Butler, Ruby member of the Orange Park United died Jan. 24 In Ponce DeLeon Care five grandchildren and two step-
Williams and Meally Jenkins, both Methodist Church. Center of St. Augustine following an grandchildren.
of Lake City; five sons,Ricky,Mike Survivors include his wife,MarianW. extended illness. Funeral services were held Jan.31 TFN-B .
Randy and Tom Jr., all of Lake Malone; stepson Jimmy Meyer; Born Dec.8.1902 in Lima,Pa.,Mr. at the Chapel of Archie Tanner TULLER
Butler and Sgt. Sam Jenkins of Ft. sister Jean Barber; brother Edward Miller) moved to Keystone in 1978 Funeral Home with Rev. Roman
Knox; one sister, Edna Kepley of Malone; granddaughter, from Cochranville Pa. He was a Alvarez and Rev. Paul Estes of- Chiropractic Center
Lexington, N.C.; 17 grandchildrenand Allison Meyer.Funeral retired bank teller and a member of ficiating. Burial was in Hope
four greatgrandchildren.Funeral services were held Jan.18 Park of the Palms Church. Cemetery with Archie Tanner Keystone Heights Office
services will be held at the Rivermead Guardian Funeral Survivors include his son,William Funeral Home of Starke in charge of 260B S. Lawrence Blvd.
Home in Orange Park with Rev. H. ,
Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of ---
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Wight Kirtley officiating.
Butler with Rev. Louis Leigh of- Memorial contributions may be 4737213PAIN
ficiating. Burial will follow in Dekle made to Hospice South in memory of INSULATIONSAVE

Cemetery Funeral under Home.the direction of Archer .

Mrs. Mary Frances Kelly INJURIES
Mrs. Mary Frances 58, of 1005 S.Water Street Starke CONTROL
Kelly Horn Commercial Industrial 'I \ I Work Related
Lawtey died Jan. 26 in St. Vincent's ; I Headaches
964-4956 High R Vats C llulotFlbrBlai !' ,/ .
Hospital of Jacksonville, following a .1). I Neck K Arm Sports
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lengthy illness. 1Jh } / '" .Mid Back Personal
Born Mar. 31, 1930 in Charleston, tijj Houia Old ExteriorNaw t J l I J. I Low Back A Leg .Auto Accidents
S.C., Mrs. Kelly moved to Lawtey in or Construction .. .. .,f
1970 from Jacksonville. She was a Quality Installation tU: : Witt
homemaker and a member of First SAVE ON
United Methodist Church in Starke. a1.o01DoIt\ DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
Survivors include her husband, ," .9Q:4-Ei.a.: : 5 6. ''COOLINOIi .

George David Kelly, Sri; one (Nt9 :
Tracy Kelly Torode of ; r CHIROPRACTIC CARE
Stare; two sons George David Kel v iON" WHEN YOU NEED IT -
., of Jacksonville and Donald 1trss EDaAv'
Glenn Kelly of Starke; her father CASSELSINSULATION 24 HOURS A DAY <7
Steve A. Shackelford, Sr., of Starke; ".
one brother, Steve A. Shackelford .
Jr., of Tallahassee; and one sister ,
Andrea Tahsequah of Huntington : G SAVE ON Office Hours:
children.Beach Calif.; and four grand- r HEATING STARKE Mon.-Frl. 8:30-6:00: : p.m. Sat. By AppointmentS

Funeral services were held Jan.30
in First United Methodist Church of !I vrlt4p'FI '(..,.I"I.II.I"I
.Starke with Rev. Dwight McQueen )6'I' ctsM mM
:officiating. Interment was in River. 8 eZ ,anl l
t if.ide Memorial Park in Jacksonville ;
..under Home.the direction of Jones Funeral .' iNVOICE'AIZ1o::

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committing to lowered operating ex- Local dignitaries and Wal-Mart
penses.These savings are then pass- executives will be on hand to assist ing center tI will be open to customers Lady Bug Florist
ed on to the customer In the form of Wal-Mart officials and associates In Monday anon Saturday from 9
lower prices. the a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday from 10-6 # 1005 S.Water St.
ceremony. p.m. In addition to a wide variety of Variety
Starke area residents are invited to merchandise In 36 departments, the' Starke FL
Other Stores... Join in the grand opening celebration Starke store will include a pharmacy
Vito's Pizza by stopping in to shop and compare offering discount
owned and operated prescription [ 964-4956 aD&J 1
by Gus Kopelousos,will reopen Monday Wal-Mart's quality name brand medicine, as well as a full line of Open 7-8 -7 Day A Week
Feb.6, in Bradford merchandise at everyday low over-the-counter products and an ex- Tor AH your flower WeetCs, 1000 S. Water St. -Across from Southalde Elementary
Vito's on Edwards Road is closed panded garden center carrying
movement of equipment "Our Wal-Mart associates are ex- gardening! and seasonal merchan- 7 Days 31; WeeCaff (
to the
store. new cited about the opening of this store dise. your
and are eager to begin serving u.s today for Simplicity Patterns 50% Off
Starke area residents, said Don
Hair| Sweetheart
Salon Lot's
a store to choose
operated by All Wal-Mart merchandise Is of
Shinkle, Wal-Mart's director of cor-
Good Times, Inc., a Gainesville cor- the highest quality and comes with a
poration,opened Wednesday,Feb. 1. porate looking and forward public to affairs.becoming"We active are "Satisfaction Guaranteed" return from. Btary But Vase, All Types of fabric &
Manager is Tommy B. Cooper. members .. of the Starke policy.Just as in the other 1,235 Wal- ty Sweetheart 'Bas{Jt, sewing
Stylists are Mike Veni, Kathy Swaf- community. Mart Stores across the country, the notions craft
ford, and Marlene O'Steen. As part; of the new Wal-Mart's Starke Wal-Mart will feature the Valentine Wears, !%pses & suppliesWe
Manicurist is Eva Varesko, an in- commitment to the community, Mr. company's Everyday Low Price
structor at the Vo-Tech Center is Shinkle announced that a $1,000 (ELP) program. The ELP program Lots !Iort. Come see or caff

nail and manicures. scholarship high school will be senior given to from a deserving the fering Is Wal-Mart's customers basic quality philosophy merchan-of of- Lila Serars frfgr., Do All Types of Alterations

Stump's Department Store and Starke area each year. Wal-Mart dise at the lowest possible prices
awarded $1.1 million of these (Hems Zippers Etc.)
Food Lion are expected to open in every day. The company! is able to
late February in Bradford Place. scholarships this year throughout its maintain its competitive pricing by
26-state trade area. -
committing to lowered operating ex-
Other stores with signs advertis- Mart The in new Starke 43,553, square which has foot been Wal- penses.These savings are then pass-;,, .. .. ,:" ".' ,': ':: ": :" '.',; ,,: n' '; : :,' ,'. ',;" .:," ': ; ; .. ;,- .- ... ... ': ,
ing their move to Bradford Place Include ed on to the customer in the form of I3I2O. '
Shoe City, Williams Jewelry, designed as a one-stop family shopp- lower prices.
and Radio Shack.Obituaries.

Bradford .

Chiropractic Center

Starke Office

218 S. Walnut St. WINS HANDS DOWN

Next to the Chamber of Commerce

Mrs. Clara S.RobinsonMrs.

Clara Stephens Robinson,78, 9644957PAIN
of Starke,died Jan.27 in Whispering WITH THESEPRESPRING

Pines tended Care Illness.Center following an ex- e4 SPECIALSThe

CONTROL_ hands of Mr. Goodwrench in our

Born Nov. IS, 1910 in Quitman, Headaches t service department are skilled and
Ga.,Mrs.Robinson moved to Crosby experienced. They perform
Lake in 1971 from Largo. She was a V niI efficiently and professionally to
member of Bayless Hwy. Baptist brakes when
replace your
Church homemaker Low Back& Leg .
,a a beauticianand Work Related
needed the
to tune
engine or
a member of Eastern Star in Sports
Largo. transmission, to properly maintainthe
entire vehicle. Mr. Goodwrench
Auto Accidents
Survivors include her husband, also uses genuine GM parts to keep
Rev. J.D. Robinson; one daughter, DR. W. DAVID SIKES your CM car or light truck In quality
Dorothy Ann Cheek of St. DR. RICHARD C. TULLER condition.
Petersburg; one brother, Claude CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANSTHE When Mr. Goodwrench does your
Stephens of Live Oak; three sisters,
service work, you're a winner, tool
Cleo Harmon of Orlando; Eva Samoof TEAM APPROACH
Santa Maria, Calif., and Floried
Ward of Conroe, Tx.; and one grand- CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT
daughter, Tina Check of St. 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK
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Petersburg. 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER Go0svrtaud& i r--------------1
Offlco Hour Mon -Frt 8'30-6 00 pm Snt By A ointment
Funeral services were held Jan.30
In DeWitt C.Jones Chapel with Rev. ,.. I I I 1I I II
Leaton Morgan and Benton Futch of- I I I I II
ficiating. Interment was in Tiger Includes Turning Drums & Rotors
9 5
Lake Baptist Church Cemetery, I I I 4-Wheels Slightly Higher I
4 .1-4
Live Oak, under the direction of I Cyl 9 I I
Jones Funeral Home. II & 6Cyl 95
:I Slightly : 159 L
Mrs. "Pat"
'" Mary Scoggins Less .c w 7." : _'\
Ii Mrs. Mary Patricia "Pat" Scog-
gins, 58 of Stuce| I ( __ I 1. '1989omgNf."'
II die4ri a n..tiCat'| l I} oMtPo>> thnvugll'Marclh ,
her resi 'nc ollowing afi extended !"rr l _ _ _ J 1; _ _ _ JI

Born July 21, 1930 in London, --------------1) ( ( ;CUBE OIL & --------------1
c. ,
England, Mrs. ;Scoggins: moved to Salk Aluminum I I I I II
Starke in 1952.She was a Protestant FILTER SERVICE SPECIAL Rotate & Balance Tires
assistant librarian at BradfordPublic 1 1 1 1I II

Library, bookkeeper at & Const., Inc. I + 1 I + 1 II
Register Oil, homemaker Most 1495
member of Starke a Woman's Club, a Serving Melrose Keystone A Starko areas :I Cars 1 :I 4 995 1 Ii

active participant in production ofthe SInce 1975" I I
Bradford Players Group and .SCREEN PORCHES. PATIO COVERS i Coupon rood through March. 1989 Coupon good through March. 1989
Past President of the Southslde .POOL ENCLOSURES CARPORTS 1- _ _ _ I 1 _ _ _ 1
Elementary PTA.

Survivors include her husband, .WOOD CONCRETE DECKS J 4
William "Bill" Scoggins of Starke; .ROOFOVERS SWIMMING POOLS I GM QUALITY 1.., _
one son, William B. Scoggins, Jr. of SERVICE PARTS I IWI .
Lakeland; one daughter, Susan S. dM
Starling of Starke; one brother, FREE FOR MOTORS COB'ORAIION
Wadham Milton Head of Australia; ifmrn Q r QUALITY'S
her mother,Minnie J. Head of Spen- ESTIMATES SAKE
nymoor, England; and three grand- CALL
children, Gareth Starling of Starke, 'lO"\ SAlK ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDSMORILE
Brent Scoggins of Dallas, and Susan-
nah Scoggins of Lakeland.In 1375-11061

lieu of flowers, contributionsmay
be made to the American 2800 N.W. 74th PI.8tv .
Cancer Society, 1199 Bessent Road, Mayer Manager U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE FLORIDA 964-7500
Starke, Fla. 32091. iStaU C.rtl. CRC010166: _
Jones Funeral Home handled the

Sylvester B. Zoltowskl I On campus living opportunities for students at the University
Sylvester Benjamin Zoltowskl,73, of North Florida will be expanded this fall by the addition of
of Glen St. Mary, died Jan. 24 in St. Osprey Hall, a brand-new. residence hall housing up to 250
Vincents Hospital following an extended students.
illness. The University of North Florida(located midway between the
of Jacksonville and its Beaches is of nine universities
City ) one
Born June 26, 1915 in Youngstown,
Ohio, Mr. Zoltowski moved to Glen making up the State University System of Florida. It offers
St. Mary three months ago from academic programs in Business Administration,Computer&:Information -
Starke. He was a former resident of Sciences.Education,Health,and the Arts&: Sciences.
Jacksonville, a Catholic, a Veteranof Information on UNF's Residential Life program can be obtained -
World War II in the U.S. Army, by calling (904)) 646-2636 or writing: UNF ResidentialLife
and retired U.S. Civil Service. Office, 4S67 St. Johns Bluff Road South, Jacksonville,

Survivors include a daughter,Lin- I Florida 322166699.
da Thornton of Glen St. Mary; two APARTMENTS'
sons,Benny Zoltowski of Starke and :
Richard Schneider of Youngstown, Modern Furnished Oneand Two-Bedroom
i i Ohio; a step-eon,Edward Padgett of Apartments
Starke three listers, Ann Sturgeon
of Brick, N.J., Elizabeth!: Roberts of -Singleor Double-occupied: Bedrooms
Canfield,Obis i nnd Florence Lupo of Singles Marrieds or Small Families
Edinburg, I"*.;, ten grandchildrenand Range .& Frost-free Refrigerator
one great-grandchild. KICK OFF YOUR SHOESFullsize Parking

Memorial services will b nounced at a later date. Jones Close to Shopping

Funeral rangements.Home Is In charge. of ar- HOME. AT UNF. Rent Ranges from $560-$850 per person/semester

Card of Thanks OSPREY ,HALL i

The family of John Shanbargerwould (Opening August 1989)
their heartfelt
like to express
thanks to our dear friends for the Brand-New Three-Story Building
many gifts of love expressed by Lakeside Setting
'food;, flowers, prayers, visits and I Attractive Furnishings
the First Christian
donations to -
CbUfch during the low of our loved t -Doubleand some Single-) Occupied Rooms
I t/ Ample Resident Parking <
Special thanks to our Minister Lounges and Laundry facilities
.Thomas Crofton and to Archie Tanner i Phone and Cable Hookups available.
Funeral Home. We are truly .
Meal Plans
His wife and children ; t -$525 per,student/semester

Thank YouThs .e (Apply by April I, 1989 for a 2

family 01 Shirley A. Moor term discount of $25 each term!).

.' Whfjtald would ilk.to thank you for -Dots not include parttdpat s &ir
;: cards, food and
tar .the prayers \ plan ,
," tlllnllln 0/w In our sorrow.Thyamty
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Massey Qualifies for Second Round "+- -

By Mark Frledlln
BCT Staff WriterWe \
all know about the spoiling L
boos that are taking place In the ,
school system at this lime of the Hideaway
year but now Bradford County
has Its first winner In a nationwide T .l t' Hwy 301 N. Waldo 468-1641 '. '
"Geo raphy Bee" sponsored
by National Geographic: Presents
Massey a student In
Mrs. Michelle Flynn's Social Freddy Fender
Studies Class at Kawtey Elementary
has won her school
geography competition and will and His Band ,
advance to the next round of 1

competition a written exam I Saturday, Feb. 11 ,
nation. All school winners like --
Audrey will have a chance to live Show Showtime 9:30: p.m.
claim the national championship .

and the $25.000 scholarship Tickets $ *"5POO Per
that goes with It.

The Is National sponsoring Geographic this school Society w-r Now On Sale a Person: ,

level geography bee for studentsIn '" "
the fourth through eighth ,.; t
grades at thousands of schools !I'1/17/ Continuous Entertainment "- ,
United States
across As Lawtey's winner. Audrey was On Her Way... by Our D.J. Doug
awarded with a National Geo-
graphic book of the UnlledStalt"s. lawley Elementary student Audrey Massey al right U her Khool't winner In a"Geography Bee"poiuored by Starting at 8:00 p.m. .?1
a world globe a of Geographic Magazine.
map Audrey received her certificate from Social Studies teacher Mr*.Michelle Flynn at left,and will now" advance to
the world and a certificate signifying -

Students her accomplishment.answered oral ques- .tate competition. --. o -(I'C- _____..._c- __ .. .. ....---- _. .al, toL

lions on geography In the first
round. The second round will e ivri /\ rvV
consist of written questions and
the top 100 scorers in each L b iCTEEBCEDARRIYER

state will advance to the State r .
Bee set for April 7. .'...
The National Geographic Socl ONE DOZEN FRESH OYSTERS
ely will fly all of the first place

with their teacher escorts to ,
Washington D.C. to participateIn In budl Choose ;, .J I'-
the finals which will take 13-1 Vitamins & Hormones from a large $3.49
place on May 18. The first three reduce shock of transplant variety of colors. ONLY A
top winners receive scholarships and help roots gel started 2 gallon pots. .
of $1O.OOO. $15.000 and again. 16 O/: W/DINNIIO LUNCH .

choice$25.00O to the college of their $298. ...- $ 799ONLY I:oTrrIr OTHER SPECIALS .. .

The Geography Bee comes at a ONLY 1
time when recent studies have I ..,
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subject.The .Lightweight 7 1/2 lb. Reg 199.95 \ ,
Society developed the Bee \Ji NOW ONLY $149.99 SEAFOOD 12.95 > ,:: .
in response to a growing con ONLY
cern about this problem In the '. ., '".-
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most adults. A nine-country .- """-'m''J' ''''''''''' BIG PORTIONS LOW PRICES r
Gallup Survey conducted for the -
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the ...::.. -
age group youngest group MOONLIGHTER RADIANT X
Reg 231 S. Temple Ave., Starke 9645685All
surveyed knew less about geog-- 14995 MODEL 10 139.95 .'- .'
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raphy young people
8.700 BTUs heat a 17x17 9.600 BTUs. Fits any room
of the other surveyed coun .
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hours on 1.7 gallons ofKerosene. 37 hours on 1.92 gals --1;
The National Geographic SoC'I.ety.
Kerosene. '.,L
which celebrated Its centennial essaassvMssI
In 1088 has over 11 mil yf S
lion readers (but obviously not
enough young ones) and Its "
stated mission Is to "increasethe at Florida Pest Control tonlol
diffusion and understandingof Eli Joan's
geographic knowledge." In 539 E. Can St. Ph. O64.5745 oN1IDl :
addition to the National Geography Open 85:3OFOREMOST L.N N

Bee which is planned to Fathions.i.,.
be an annual event the society \
Is working on a number of other tlttd- PRIG-WISE I SolePrices
Initiatives Including the Sum- "
mer Geography Institute for O; ,... Good Thru ,
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teachers the National Geographic Feb. 8
Society Education combine to brlnu ycu Ad good

Foundation and the Geographic LOWER FIUCESi Mon7- Sot. having "
E' Alliance Network which currently T
2 Involves 28 states .
For more Information contact OPEN: Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.til Closing/Sunday 1.11 pm _f,5 >
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WANT TO STOP Minimum qualifications: Florida hutch tea cart, solid maple coffee Australian, European Scandinavian
THATS OURS I licensure ai a Pharmacist and one table and end table. 9642342. Itchg High school Exchange Students arriving I L"Cecelia. Terwlllegar I
Alcoholics Anonymous year experience. Hours: Monday. 2/2 In August Become a host family for

... so 964-8614 Friday. 8-5, weekends off N.w FOUR FAMILIES SALE Friday ft Sat.. 10.2 American Intercultural Student Ex .....INVESTORS.....
pd thru 3/30 Pharmacy based under construction. p.m. All size medicine cabinet, new change. Call 1-80O-SIBLING. fcan I REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CT 2 BR 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard $ 16,000
CHAIN UNK FENCE Installed. Fr.. Salary on credentials and experience and second Toys, clothes, and CASH FOR YOUR MORTGAGE If I
you WALDO 4 residential lots: ((1)) 100 amp service pole, ((1)) 200 amp service,
..tlmat... HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., negotiable up to $38K. housewares. SR 230E to lit concrete receive payments on a mortgage or I septic tank 18x24 shed 12x24 garage.
Owner Tommy Roddlsh. 964-8559 TF SENIOR REGISTERED bridge. Itpd 2/2 contract for deed call us for discounted I NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave, eight furnished
BULLDOZER WORK $40 p.r hour. NURSE BIO YARD SALE families... Sat. & Sun. cash offer Call toll free lone bedroom
opts., fully occupied with excellent record.
II Minimum qualifications: Florida 709 S. railroad tracks. 18003459316. 6tpd 1/1S-2/.J3 an occupancy
7823306. no answer 783-3954. I.av. Orange, near
llcensure Heating ft cooling unit In each apt. Selling price$147,500 with assumable mortgage -
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name and numb.r. 8/25TF Professional 'Itchg 2/2 WE BUY MORTGAGES Deed of Trust
Nune and on. ... YARD Contracts for Deed. I of $111,708 9 1/..% Interest rate. Paved parking lot.
Will DRILliNG PUMPS a SERVICE Dur- y.ar SALE 1356 Blanding St. Saturday. Residential and
ronce Pump C Supply Co.. Water p.rl.nc. New Clinic under con 2/4, 8-3 p.m. Drapes, curtains, pots & commercial. We buy Nationwide. Coll I GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292'on water and extending
Systems Spoclollsts. 864 N. Temple struction. Salary based on credentials pans, etc. All kinds of goodies, Itpd for Immediate quote. First Capital Mortgage I to Hwy 21. 7.17 acres $165,000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,
and E $65,000 each and 92.65' lot 48000.
Avo., US 301. Starko, Fl 32091. 9/BTF experience negotiable up 2/2 Corporation, 1.800.BUY.HOUSE. one
SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME Day w..k, to $26K. FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 9.3 p.m. 909 N. icon | CROSBY LAKE LOT Cleared 100 ft. on water. Reduced to$ 17,000 I

long form stay. 4682619. 11/17TF CORRECTIONAL-MEDICAL Thompson St. Double bed single fold. .....HOMES.....
SEWING MACHINES! All makos ft mod. TECHNICIAN-CERT up bed no mattress, homemade quilt I HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR. 2 Ba, CHS, 1539 s.l.. 1.7 acres. $ 45,000 I
cleaned, oiled. odusted| $15. 19 years Minimum qualifications: Florida double kitchen sink with faucet I PINEBREEZE SUB 3 BR, 1 Vi ba brick CHftA 100x109 lot $ 40,000
experience. All work guarant..d. llcensure os a Practical Nurse bathroom sink toys, clothes, shoes BUSINESS I N.W.61th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba, 5 acres $ 73,000
Hwy. 233 a 16 (Morgan Rd.). House (LPN). New clinic under construc odds ft ends. lto| 2/2 I FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235. 15 minutes from Stark. 3 I
calls. 964-8733 1110TFWIMOVI tion. Salary based on credentials YARD SALE Frl ft Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. OPPORTUNITIESOWN BRll Ba 70-yr-old home CHftA 6 stall barn pole barn tool shed utility
MOBILE HOMES and experience negotiable up to Miscellaneous Items. Solid walnut din. I building, training track! $160000
9615606.15TFTUTORING $17,200. Ing table with 6 choirs, $500. Electric YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE I GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 ..f. home 4 BR. 3 full baths ft twos
SERVICES Is your child strug. Successful candidates will be eligible organ $50. Go eat on 16 or 230 turn on STORE CHOOSE FROM Jean/sport- ] '/ baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2Vi, acres with sprinkler system sunbathing
gllng with D'.. making C'. wh.n th.yor. for all Florida Career Service. Flume Rd. ((13th St.) Turn on 6th Ave. swear ladles, men's, children/mater ( decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
capable of making A's? Call BENEFITS INCLUDED State Contrlbutlons Follow signs. 9645257. Itpd 2/2 nity, large sizes, petite, I ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you todayl!
964-8594 after 12:30 p.m. 1/26TF to Health Insurance, C.R. 233 (MORGAN ROAD): Third houseon dancewear/oeroblc bridal lingerie or I AFFORDABLE AT $53.000 1023 E. Call St., 3BR. 1'AI bath, CHSA. cable ready
MOTHER OP ONE will In Retirement and Social Security 13 left off 301. Clothes, furniture, accessories store. Add color I s.f.
babysit my analysis. stove, refrlg., 1596 approx. Vi acre lot.
home. All ag... Located near FSP. Call paid vacation days, 10 paid miscellaneous Saturday only 9-9 p.m. Brand names: Liz Claiborne, Healthtex. LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful
holiday. and
964.8211.2tpd 2/2.9 Compensation sick leave Deferred BARGAINS-BARGAINS-BARGAINS'Itchg 2/2 Chaus, Lee, St. Michele, Forenza I Spanish-style home, 3450 s.f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2Vi boo formal
Plan Merit In. :
RITE-WAY ROOFING COMPANY cream CELT and In-Servlce Train- Hampton Lake multi-family yard sale, Organically Bugle Boy. Levi Grown Camp Beverly Hills I LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR brick fireplace, patio, pool ceiling fans, 2
Shingles, leaks fixed mobile homes Lucia over :2000
car garage, new roof zoned Agr'' 2 allum. mtg. $135,000
Ing. Sat., Feb. 4, 8:30-5 p.m. Furniture, others Or $13.99 one price
reroofs. new roofs. 964-3392,964-2976, CONTACT R. Nate Holton. Personnel crafts, many household Items, prom multi-tier pricing discount or designer, I KEYSTONE HTS Spacious, qul.t country living, 3 BR, 2 Ba, Ig. FR, klt/DR comI .
SOUTHERN 9647612.W.T.CUSTODIAL Turner SERVICES owner. Itpd 2/2 Manager, N.w River Correctional' dresses, clothes, books, much more. shoe store. Retail prices, unbelievable family I bo 2000 s.f., CHS,city water, 2 septic tanks, exc. condition. $ 60,000 I
bid wouldIlk Institution P.O. Box 333. Ralford 'I, mile West of 301 on Hwy. 18 look for top quality shoes normally priced I N.W.29th AVE 4 BR, 2 ba, stucco ft frame, 20.7 acres CHSA $ 79,400
Writ.* to: Rt. 1. Box on your 584 Lawtey cleaning Fl.needt.32058 Fl. 32083. ((904) 964-4000 or mallcampl.ted for signs. Itchg 2/2 from $19 to $60. Over 250 brands, 2600 BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR. 1 ba. CB. wood floors 1185 s.f., 5 acres $ 60,000 |
lor quick r.ply. Itpd 2/2 Florida State Application. YARD SALE 326 N. Walnut St. Friday ft ... $18,900 to $29,900: Inventory I CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water IBR/lBa. $90,000
EOE/M/F. Preference shall be Sat. 9 til. Itpd 2/2 training fixtures, airfare, grand openIng I HWY.225. 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn newly rewired, 2 Ac. $ 32,500
given to certain Veterans and MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday only etc Can open 15 days. Mr. I KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR, 1 Ba, 1500 s.f.. wood frame $ 50.000
spouses of veterans as provided by at Orangewood Apartment on Schneider ((404)) 859-0229.Itpd 2/2 I BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44.000
HELP WANTED Chapter 295 Laws of Florida. 2tchg Water St. Little bit of everything. 'Itchg 1000 SUNBEDS. TONING TABLES Sunol- | MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CHSA so near $ 40.000
2/2.9 2/2 WOLFF tanning beds.
NEED EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME LAKEWOOD AVENUE FrI/Sat. Baby Passive Exercisers. Call for SlenderQueit FREE color .....COMMERCIAL.....
JOBf Sell Avon. For Information call Items and more. 9644689. Itpd 2/2 catalogue. Save to 50% I WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE In the grocery business? Call for details!
Romano 7823068. 12/29TF SATURDAY ONLY 8." p.m. Hwy. 16 1-BOO-B35-3826. fcan I LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres 301 S., Reduced to $85,000
ATTENTION HIRINGII Gov.rnm.nt EASY WORKI I EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble West 1 mile off 301. Turn left on Loren OPEN A LADIES/CHILDREN'S APPAREL or I LOCATION. LOCATION T"'. prime camm.rclallocotlon 507 W. Madison St.
jobs, your ar.a. Many Immediate products at home. Call for Informa xo Dr. Itpd 2/2 one price ($9.99)) shoe Store: First I SUPER COMMERCIAL I Great two story building Enterprise Zone $ 60,000
opening. without waiting list or tett. tion. 504-641-8003 Ext. 9579. 2tpd 2/2.9 quality name brands only. Investment 1301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 85,000 '
1784069485. Call 16028388888. NEED EXTRA CASH or a full-time lob? SATURDAY FEB. 4: Garage Sale. 8-4 starling at $14.750 includes opening Inventory I THOMPSON ST 11,362 s.f.. brick. Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80,000
.xt. Rl 1006. fcan Sell AVON. For Information call p.m., 301 North of Lawtey cross RR 1301
fixtures, supplies and train NORTH by EconoLodge 165.01'on 301 $120.000''
FLORIDA ROCK INDUSTRIES Is now occeptlng Ramona 7823068. 4tchg 2/2.23 tracks at Carter Rd. 1/4 mile on right. ing. The fashion concept. 6156756200. 1301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125,000
applications for ready mix SITTER WANTED In my home M-F. Material clothes, books, household and fcan I RENTAL ON CALL STREET!II I
drivers. and 730330.: Non-snmoker own items. Super 8 movie projector
Crug screening physical LET'S TALK SHOP Would
like to
you own
alter transportation and references. Call screen $25. Queen-size sleeper/sofa, Call for Lot Listings
required. implications accepted your own KIDS CLOTHES SHOP? Complete
gold velour, excellent condition $150.
p.m. Monday-Frl. 311 Edwards Rd. 964-2989 after 4:30 p.m. Itpd 2/2 2/2 turnkey package. Includes Inventory
2tchg 1/26-2/2 ltm| fixtures, training. $25,000 Invest After Hours

CUSTODIAL HELP NEEDED ".6 hours ment. 1800562KIDS. fcan I Ann TerwIIUgar Nelson . . . . . . 473-7541

weekly, $3.85 per hour. References required. R.V.s, CAMPERS, I John Longford Matter Appraiser . . . . 496-2291
.Apply In person at the Bradlord
Public Library. 105 E. Jackson St., TRAVEL TRAILERS Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .''''.3160

Stark. NO PHONE CALLS. 2tchg Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . .',..-.223

1/26-2/2 32' 19(3 TERRY travel trailer excellent tf MATHEWS REALTY 1 Debra Connaughton . . . . . . . 964-2833
UL' CHAMP FOOD STORES valid drivers ( ,
condition. AC 6 self-
antenna. Sleeps IH
I license, must have car, telephone. Apply '
contained. $4900. 964-4329 after 2
p.m. HtMitH 964-4469
In 2tpd 1/26-2/2 _. _
person. 2lpc| :2/29.. REALTOR =" ?Sly
.. When gelling real mists, why splle| for telling the whole town when you can tell the whole world?
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N nnn :i ? aurg' r.: .'n :; r; '.,'fwGLORIA'S 3S'"MOBILE.. ;; HOMES P, Ii 1!f SClty one*> acre on Laura<. Sti:"r.h., room, for 1----'i-, Train
1987'Concord 3 BR 2'/ ba, has extra several r..ld.ntlollott.

lot with wood frame house, city .City: 1.38 Ac., great office location. To Be A

utilities. .City: SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential Professional
1973 New Moon 12x60 with approx. commercial
development area.
MUSIC HOUSE (studio) 10 acres, North of Lawtey, 105th Ave. SECRETARY
I 19(5 Fleetwaod 52x26. 3 BR 2 Bo HOMES ACREAGE
INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG &: GLORIA BRYANT CHSA 1 acre near Bedford Lake. Gelger Rd.: 2100 s,f. brick veneer t SEC/RECEPTIONIST


i Two BR, 1 BA. nice lot. $13,000.city water 6 o., frdht port alA- .:R"E s'ErtVAi'Jb N 1st locally full-time/part-time.
Call 964-8120 Tues..FrI.11-7.Sun.-Mon.l0-2 .Southgate ;3 BR 2 Bo, CHSA. In / Ott m shnkln II I Learn word processing & related
"Brick Veneer 3 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA. fornSly Kynl loVSnck| I fireplace Start locally, full time/part time. secretarial: skills. Home study and
Two Story House: very nice, formal JinVg-'room. central vac Train on live airline computers.. resident training. National
Zoned systaTnfnew carpet. Price reduced- Home study and Resident training headquarters. Pompano Bch Fl.
remodeled recently painted. .
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B.2. Owner Anxiousl Owner anxious to sell I hdqrs. Pompano .FIINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE

LAND Union Cty 135 acres. 2700 sq.ft. e FINANCIAL AID AVAItABtB JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE18004323Q04
S.R. 100 A: Two 6.77 acre parcels. bricK home. JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE

OH 301 N. wooded 8.50 acres, with BUILDING LOTS A. VEt SCHOOL .THE HART SCHOOL
well ft septic tank. Little Lake Santa Fe: 100x160 ft. lot, DlV. OF A.C.T. CORP.
l Lawtey 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. new septic tank approved for well: : 8 8 8 ccredlted. Member
y 125 frontage. power source to lot NHSC

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Located Hwy. :301.2 blks. S. of SR 100.221 W. Lafayette St. STARKE, FL Starke, Fl.

*BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM-MADE, DOUBLEWIDI on ten ocr... Morgan Rd. .. P vWLDodrtMSAClRA'"' .' "' "" r Home/ Lots '/ Acreage I Waterfront

ADAIEWOOD: 3 BR, 2 Ba, home close to schools, cathedral celling. : / I "
Farms Commercial
I *HAMPTON LAKE waterfront lots, one with dock. _
*HAMPTON OAKS approx. 2400 s.f.,.fireplace, spacious kitchen with.stove, OpttDU ison
refr., DW. on beautiful wooded lot. REALTOR! 1 ALTON ROAD 3BR/2BA Modular Home, CH1A, Stove Refrl 6 Drapes,
.' *FIVE ACRES with large frame home, owner financing available.' I Swimming Pool. Bldg 16x24 w/Patlo Storage Bldg 12x12 Nice lot.
*TWO LOTS IN TOWN $3,100 each. .- i. /-I WALNUT STREET Two-Story Frame 4BR/2BA Large Living Room Dining.
*CRYSTAL LAKE 3 level home, spacious rooms, jacuul, fireplace, sotellitidish Family. Kitchen. t Laundry Rooms,, Floor Furnace AC Window 1-'nlt.'
price reduced. J 104x210 Lot.
fttNWSTMINT PROPERTY with rental Income. 11 acres zoned RSFMH. A Few of Our Many Listings I ON THE WATER 3BR/2&1/2BA Two-Story Log Home,COLA, Stove. Refrl *
*MIMOSA DRIVE 3 BR, 2 ba, formal living room and dining area 150x154 lot,.
nice landscaping 2295 s.f. *BRICK IN STARKE 3 BR, IVi Ba, CHA, 47000. .. I Dishwasher, 300 SF, Large Enclosed Garage Well Septic, large lot. .
Inground pool
beautiful HORSI LOVERS DELIGHT 3 stall barn pasture, 3 BR, 2 Ba house. *BRICK WITH BR 2Vi baths, CHAA, over 1900 s.f., good neighborhood Hurry. I 3 ACRES.2 BR/2BA CB Home, large living-Dining Room. Family Room KitI -
I chen has Formica Cabinets and Breakfast Nook CHIA. Enclosed Garage.
*8 RUN KENNEL with groom room. Custom home on S acres. I '
THREI BEDROOM. 2 bath brick with carport $45,000. *CONVENIENT TO STARKE OR GAINESVILLE: Nice brick home, over 2200 ..1"1 Well a Septic.REDUCED .
*FIXER UPPER on six nice ocr... CHSA, range, r..., woodburnlng stove, on 2.78 acres. I '2BR/1 BA Frame Home, AC Space Heater Large Kltch n.Dlnlng .
*HWY. iUi Nice 1124 s.f. 3 BR. 2 ba, brick veneer on acre with beautiful oak *REDUCED DUE TO HEALTH 8 acres In city."Ingress egress on US 301. I Area, large Screened Porch 112x310 Lot $24,000. ,
trees, $45,000.WAlDOs *COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST over 2400 s.f., CHSA. 5 acres on paved. road. 1 FRONTAGE ON NEW RIVER* 2BR/1 BA Mobile Home In Fair Condition, WellI I

3 BR;2 bo CB home, 1848 ..1.. many ..tro.o Ig. screen porch Too many extras to mention. Call for Information. $125,000. I I 6 S.ptie 9.5 Acr.
3BR/2BA CB 6 Frame Large
locuul. fireplace fenced yard. 1 Vi approx. acres with several pecan trees S *BEAUTIFUL BRICK. 3/2, family room w/llreploce acre. West 16. HANDYMAN SPECIAL large Two-Story"
small 2 BR 1 ba home on lot. Fan be bought together separate *24 ACRE FARM that has It all-fish pond Improved pasture, beautiful oaks, I Room w/Flreplace, Large Lot.

*EVERGREEN STi 3 BR, 2 ba, stucco, 1..52..'.. fireplace a fenced backyard. barn., cross-fenced water In all pasture 2 mobile homes. SELECTED PROPERTIES I
utility building. Assumable mtg. *CII/2. CHSA, range ref., only 38500. .
'*HWY. Between Graham ft Brooker." acre, 1732 ...., CB home, many *HIOH TRAFFIC Jones Craft 6 Gift Shop: Crafts, craft supplies, and gifts. I B.I ACRES Power Pole 6 Well. Owner Financing.. Small Down Payment.
I. .:extras Chain link fenced yard, open barn. Assumable mtg., good country IIv. *COMMERCIAL CORNER LOTs Hwy. 16 E Cherry St. 25000. I J.7 Acres Two Story Bldg. w/llvlng Area Upstairs. 6400 If, Hwy. 301 N.IM .
: MB *COUNTRY CLUB AREA Building Lots from $6500. Owner financing. ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove 6 Refrl. 2 Wells, Septic, Planted

.*CORNER LOT 1530 ..1. CB has carport, fireplace, only 39500. *FRAME HOME ON MORGAN ROAD excellent 2 acres with pecan trees. I ... II
'PRICE REDUCED TO $19,900 Orange St.. 3 BR,1 ba. *OVER 100 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting. 141 ACRES Will Divide Owner Financing Good Terms. Brooker. i .
PRICE REDUCED doublewrde on approx. 2 acres, Hwy.- 301 S.. 21500. '1 mile to Country Club, 2 mile to Starke. Only $1500 per acre. 110 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove Well 6 Septic Owner Financing.

*UK SQ.PT. on Westward Drive, nice stone fireplace, 3 IR, 2 ba. *ll ACRES HIGH A DRY pecan trees, well a septic 29000. (Free M.H.) 16 ACRES f Frontage on Hwy. 100W. City Water 6 Sewage. Available.r.. t' I
*COUNTRY( CLUB Brick over 1900 s.f., formal living dining room, \ 1 ACRES Good Commercial location. Hwy. 16W, : :' ova; .,' '

RENTALS '- family room roc room or extra bedroom baths. 11ACRB.Zoned for Mobile Horn ? ,I'y *. *
*I furnished opt,In lawtey. $180. :h. ., *CLOSI TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.f.. 100x300 lot. 56000. I B ACRES Hwy. 301 South.
*3 Bl. J be. lit town. $..... .._ CROSBY LAKE CANAL 100x192, wooded lot. mobile home appro1 "'"d. I ONE-HALF ACRE a Zoned for Mobile Hone '
"- .. *IN STARKE 3/1 frame good condition: 22500. I LAKE GENEVA large lot a 100 ft. on Water. ,
I Call One of Our Professionally: *17 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees. Fleetwood daublewide.WOULD I LAKE LOTS Crosby 6 Sampson. Owner Financing. V ,
YOU BELIEVES 69 plus acres for only $1500 per acre. Fronts hwy. | LARGE AREA O! SAND Northeast Section of CIty.
Trained Staff Today....ff 645O69 *ALMOST NEW DOUBUW1DB on 40 acres, good land. 85000.

U I a. the LAND M ACRES on paved road nice property owner financing.; IF YOU MIND tt ON REAL ESTATE OR THINGS RELATED
RuaitorAasoeiatea: .*NIAT CLlAN.large Bedroom, Ig. both new kitchen cabinets, only 15500.. MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP AT ACCELERATED,
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near library furnished MINI STORAGE 5x5. $15: 5x10 $20: BEDROOM 2 BATH house with
engine, automatic Iran., AC. PS, PB sole, Feb. 4. Tables for rent. Call AC $240 mo. Lake privileges 10x10 $30 per month plus $20 TWO calling
fireplace.: Yfulted) Hvlngroom
PW. Recently painted $6500 nag OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded 473-4840. Proceeds oo to sponsor Boys 4734961. 1/5 rinchg deposit. Call 496-3939 or 462-3068. walk-In linen room laundry ,room tarpon
964-5812. TFc. lots, river access: $5450 .Each.' No State. Itpd 2/2 WHIT SANDS LAKI -2 BR/1 BA furnished tfnchg. 12/22 Brand new above ground swimming
!'"* CHIVY CAVALIER assume money down 65.41 monthly. Owner BIO ESTATE All Keystone Heights.Feb. cortege. A/C clean $200 deposit. MAC'S MOBIll HOMI PARK SR23I. with huge wooden deck. Also
payments of $158/mo. for 47 months 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF 3 a 4, hours 94. Retired professionals $295 a month.249-7834.4tchg 1/12-2/2 south. Lots and mobile homes for rent, screened-ln pool cookout area with kitchen
plu small equity 9645868. 2tchg 2/2-9 YACHT HARBOR RESORT for sale or nine room house. Antiques, SAL OR RENT Doublewlde MH on Deer extra clean. Quiet neighborhood convenient and bathroom. On 3 acres, 2 blocks
1M FORD VAN, AT PS 302 engine lease. Prestigious Poor County Peninsula art, collectibles, books B household. Springs Lake. No pets 4732252. Itpd to schools and stores. Call from school. $71500. Weekdays
S600 firm. 964.4191. Itpd 2/2 Yacht Harbor Resort located on 520 Lakevlew Dr. between SRs 100 4 2/2 496.1307.126 4tchg. 2/6 496-3939 evenings and Weekends
TAKI OVER PAYMENTS on 1988 Ford the short of Lake Michigan: for..ole; 21. Follow signs. 4733356. Itpd 2/2 RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY 14 ft. wideon MOBILE HOME In Rol ord. two bedroom 4963607. tfnchg.II26.IIICI
Festivo. 7823343. 'Itpd 2/2 lease/purchase: ; or available on short DRESSER I MIRROR Bookrase, full size Deer Springs Lake. Large screened 1 1/2 bath. Call 4963354. Itpd. 2/2 HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
mi FORD XLTt loaded., low mileage, t.rmleasq.Prim*/NortheastWlscgnsin, bed pair wicker rockers, Huffy tandum porch. $285. No pets 4732252. Itpd bedroom. 3 bath In the country. Swim
assume balance. Call 468.2372 alter 7 tourism area. Large public dining room bicycle, 26" mens bicycle, porch furniture 2/2 TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSE ming pool and satellite. Large oaks
p.m. llpd 2/2 (seating 185)), bar patio and harbor quart jars for canning Indoor 8 1 BEDROOM HOUSE ON LAKE large across from LBMS. $225 monthly. $119,500. Two additional acres
lounge overlooking ,,the water. Pool outdoor plants, clothes (petite), misc. deck small screened porch AC cell- Available 12/19. For Info call 964-8602. available. Call 496-3939. days and
HOMES and tennis courts 20 luxury lodge Items Thurs, Frl, a Sot. 4732341. CR Ing fans, minl-bllnds. $265 mo. plus alter 6 p.m. |Imm 454-1595 evenings, tfn/chg. 2/2
suites plus 18 cottages. 55 slip marina. 18. Crystal Lake. Itpd 2/2 utilities. $100 deposit. Adults only No .
FOR SALE 2700000. Direct Inquiries to: Bank of YARD,SALE 6804 Deer Springs Road. pets. 473-7259 or 4732530. Itpd 2/2 NOTICE '""*" CARSTRUCKS1MJ :

Sturgeon Bay P. ).BaIl 9, Sturgeon Saturday February 4. Itchg 2/2 TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE I1/ .
HOME FOR SALE By Owner Brick Bay WI 54235.; 414.743-53J1. lean YARD SALE Miscellaneous Items. toys, baths, attached garage with washer 8
frame, 2 family, 5 bedroom, 3V1 ALABAMA SOUTHEAST, 66 acres, clothing small appliances, washer dryer hookup. Stove, relrlg., CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted CHEVY 1/2 ton plck.up.long body.
baths, circle drive, enclosed pool S woodframe house large pecan oak dryer, china and lots more. 6747 Deer dishwasher furnished; across from to the Union County Time* office A/C. P/S. AM/FM 53,000 miles Call
patio. 644259.. 4tpd 1/24-2/2 trees, barn 25 openland balance Springs Road. tchg 2/2 Elem. School. 4733681. 1/5TF In writing and paid In advance 496-3981. Itpd. 2/2
THREE BEDROOM HOME for tale by wooded. Hunting I Adjoins timber com CLEAN MOBILE HOME on 1'M acre, 2 BR, unless credit Is already establishedwith
owner 1 bath from. home on 3,83 pony lands. 55500. Southern Properties WANTED TO BUY 1 bath In Clay County.$250 month plus this office. MISCELLANEOUSITS
acres In Starke. Lots of pecan trees, Barron Strother Broker P.O. Box deposit. 4732566. 2tchg 1/26-2/2 THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
$34,,500. 964.5654.4tchg 1/26.2/16 755 Troy Alabama 36081. DAVIS TIMBER Wants to buy timber. KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES 2 BR 2 ba. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN A FACT Pecans trees bare better
FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN-Wlth 3 205-566-1870 2057352442. fcan Pine or Hardwood. Call 473.3118.2tpd garage, fenced, FP, freshly pointed CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER without moss. Call 454-2870 between
Bedroom 2 Bath frame, only 35000. 1/26-2/2 new carpet. $450 month. Century 21 THE TELEPHONE. 6 and 9 for free estimate 1/19
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878 ANIMALS& PETS Showcase Properties, 4734903. 4tchg Classified deadline Is MONDAY 5 4tpd. 2/2 p.m. ,
PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frame home 2/2.23 P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
on 2 acres. Remodeled, new carpet FOR SALE NOTICE CLEAN. QUIET 2 BR 2 bath CH8A. Minimum charge"Is 15 words for$3.50
fireplace, screened porch deck stove, refrlg. $235 month. No pets. then 15 cents for each: word thereafter PERSONAL SERVICES
39500. CHINESE PEKINESE: male, brownish red CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 473-3014. Itchg 2/2
11 old. Had all shots, AKC to the Lake Region Monitor of.
LARGE THREE BEDROOM !'/. bath., cement r.gl.t.red.,964.6149. Itchg 2/2 flee In writing and paid In advance Reasonable rates'Reference For free
block house In Starke, AC CH unless credit Is already establishedwith MISCELLANEOUSNEED estimate call 496-3003 or 496-3260 or
this office.MONITOR .
fireplace 10% down 33600. BOATS INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE 496.2599.2/2 2tpd. 2/9
1-726-7651 alter 5 p.m. 1222TFNO STAFF CANNOT BE HELD CASH FAST -We pay cash for fur ORGANIZATION seeks mature In f
QUALIFYING, 10% fixed Brick 3 BR, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN nlture, jewelry glassware, tools, dividual to find and supervise homes
2 bo, LR, DR den open kitchen CHS, 1977 16 FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT, walk. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER household Items> just about anything.Give for high school students. Good supplemental .
1 acre. $82.000 flexible terms. through w/s, 55 Evlnrude engine, with THE TELEPHONE. us a call at 473-2183 or come by Income. Call 13845464. REAL: ESTATES
964.5254.4tchg 1/12.2/2 trailer 4681505.' TFrw Classified deadline Is 11.00: a.m.Tuesday Tuesday-Saturday 105. Pack Rat Hwy 1/19 4tpd. 2/9 .
BY OWNER 3 BR. 1 bath house on Rd. EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS: new Evlnrude prior to Thursday publication. 100 Keystone Heights.' 1/5 tfnchg LEARN TO READ FREE TUTOR Wanted
100-A, (Grlllls Loop). On 1 acre, front outboards S trolling motors In box Minimum charge Is" 15 words for S3.50 volunteer tutors for reading and math S 90 ACRES with large concrete
and back porch carpet throughout 1988 S 89 models, dealer Invoice, then 15 cents for each word thereafter skills. Typing class Monday and barns.Also pew doublewlde on 1 ocr
love, relrlg.. dishwasher Window air 100% financing available GBM Sales, Thursdays, 6 to 7 p.m. $20 fee. Woodworking or larger In country. Call 496-3939,
units. Utility with washer/dryer hook. 1.800.544.2850 5 days 8 a.m.-S p.m. BONNEVILLE IE 1914 4 door, Tuesday 6 to 9 p.m. Call days. 454-1595 evenings, tfn/chg.
Icon 496-2648, 8 a.m. to 3 1/26 2tchg.> 1/19
27950. Call alter 6 p.m.
up. p.m. V 6, AC cruise. $3950. Call
FOR LEASE BY OWNER Prime commercialcomer
17' 50
964-4430. 9648970. 964.8705. TFlo MONARK BASS BOATS hp SERVICES 2/2
4737053. Itpd 22Remember.
Johnson motor trolling motor 8 LCG lot lOXXxUI', situated' an
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY depth finder. $2200 OBO. Call SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and MOBILE HOMES SR100 Inside city limits of Lake Butler.
4732834. 964.3699.2tpd 1/26-2/2 adjust tension' In your home Special ... Call 1(904)651-3066.) 2/2 4tpd. 2/23
RENT/ / 14 FT. FIBERGLASS fishing boat trailer $14.95. Repair all brands. Work FOR SALELIKE ,
electric trolling motor depth finder guaranteed. 473-7862. 1/5 tfnchg To say'"I Love You" with This our I FOR SALE

1000 SQ. FT. COMMERCIAL BUILDING for $695. Call 533.2196. Itchg 2/2 JERRY'S INTERIOR-EXTERIOR House special Valentine page Special with LoveLlnes.your message NEW 1986 mobile home, 14x66 2,
rent. 300 East Call St.. 9648012. 'Itpd painting. Reasonable rates 4733275. big bedrooms,2 baths,catheral telling
Call before 8 will be printed on Feb. 8. your FRUIT PLANTS at Martin's Fruit Farm. Ft.
2/2 LAND FOR SALE p.m. Itchg 2. message and a check for $5 to the with ceiling fan with lights,big kitchen .. BARE ROOT Apples, peaches,
COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGG with breakfast bar plenty of cabinets, and
Telegraph, P.O. Drawer A, Starke nectarines, plums, pears, figs $3.
Downtown Stark. $200 monthly. Can 100 ACRES six room house and born. ING HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call Fla. 3209J. big living room washer and dryer CONTAINER GROWN Apples and
remodel to suit at negotiable price. Owner will finance. $200O/Acre. LaRue Leveling Service for all your Don't Forget! hook-ups. Cash 10500. Call 496-1307 pears. $6. Blueberries and grapes$3.
Phone 964-6305 John. TFjm Phone 964-7771 or 964-4537. 10/20TF foundation repairs. Keystone, days or 964-3592 nights. 1/26 4tchg. OPEN Mon.-Sat. Closed Sundays.
OFFICE SPACE 500 ft. for rent on 4737721. 7/9TF 2/16
sq. 2/9
SHORT ON CASH" No Down Paym.ntLandi 2tpd.
301, Starke. Apply at Durrance PAINTING INSIDE OUT
Hwy pressure HOMES FOR SALE
l 11 I 1 Acre and up. Some with large
Pump A Supply, 9647061. 8/25TF oaks permitting UNDERGROUND (No washing mobile homes, brick & block
1000 FT. OFFICE 301 South Call 4732835. TLC
SQ. Hwy Mound) Septic Tanks Painting. 4tchg BIG LAKE SANTA FE 100 ft. waterfront.
from Woi Mort/KOA. $350 1/19-2/9
across RALPH BRYAN REALTY 9648878FOR 2 BR. 1 BA house, guest cottage, fenced '
month. 964-8848, eves 4733627. SALE ON FORSYTH RD 3 acres, 3500 yard dock sandy beach swimmingarea State Returns 9G4-763O. Days;
12/8TF Ac. Also 6.80 acres just off Forsyth Rd., HELP WANTED giant Oaks and beautiful Notary Cves
Remember... 2500 Ac. Phone ((407)) 4646827. 5tchg sunsets. $125.000. 4751617. 2tchg Friendly Service 964-6331: ,
1/26-2/23 SECRETARY-IOOKKEEPER Light bookkeeping 2/2.9 Reasonable Rates
To say "I Love You" with our FOR SALE BY OWNERi 10 acres skills, experience
Valentine Special LoveLlnes. This woodland on 225 (old Bayless Hwy) off helpful. Full time computer, minimum salary TWO BEDROOM PLUS LOFT 1 bath log
with 100 Starke. J.N. Lopex 4206 cabin on Hillcrest Lake. Must see to ap TAX
special page your message Hwy. $4.50. Deadline Feb 473-4807.. Ask STEPHENS INCOME
will be printed on Feb. 8. Send your Country Club Drive Dickinson Tx. for Linda Roberts 2tchg 1/26.2/2 preciate. Asking 65000. Call
message and a check for $5 to the 775397624. ((713)) 5342298. 'Itpd 2/2 ,PART-TIME NURSING AIDE Able to 4732597. Itchg 22fOR & BOOKKEEPING SERVICE

Telegraph P.O. Drawer A, Starke 'r work weekends. Call for appointment .. ... .

: Fla. 32091. .f ..' 'McRae Retirement'- Home..... ..4732881.Mchfl22' ...L,,,, SALE... .1.18 U\,)' 49i4YRTa
i Don't Forgetl! .. ._ i,r'es't ';1\\ j ": .h. ; assn."" ,
,iILOSTAND IIk = I' 'nant i
.fu 979 MIDAS MOTORHOMS ..,'23 ft. with ap l11$ C ;1J"101 DlicJ'ri'ldh .

FOUNDGOLD steel carrier on back excellent condition Sat. &Nights by Appt. Starke. FL 32091
51,000 miles. Queen size hide-a
I I I I I BUTTERFLY CHARM and gold bed excellent condition $400. I
necklace. Reward. Sentimental value. 475-3090 after 5 p.m. Itpd 2/2
l1. STARKK RADIATOR & Ethellnd Morris, 473-2565. Itpd 2/2 GAS RANG Excellent condition
reasonable. Call 4737672. Itpd 2/2

JJeutor lie lUdlator HepaU

Specialist AFFORDABU; ED'S APPLIANCE: PARTS Mature couple wanted for 44-ur4tt

1- I luatcr. Conrti s Water Puinuit a Parta In-Home Service rental property In Starke. Duties
(FREE Cooling 064-2066 include apartment leasing and

System Inspection) 922 Eo Brownlee St. Repairs on: maintenance. Must be bondable,

!! e c In Town Ta TUM AL *I Camp BlntllngRd.. Dryers Washers Ranges Refrigerators no pets. Salary plus apartmentand

.. Comer c64-c$1p_.__3O1 8R 1 6j Starke,F1.32091 Microwaves utilities.

I 964-7133 310 E. CaD St. a Starke Send resume to .

2 & 3 DR
P.O. Box 10293. Clearwater FL 34617

,Q, :: lOj :ri ,:;US I oriented family,with R. V. DURRANCE; Equal Opportunity Employer ,, E9 Al.HouatHO

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e 43 Acres with 3 BR 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 ann .

o Beautiful Lake Lotsl! On Paved Road In pla'll'OUUd Well UONNA NUGENT

Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up ,-. V\ Drilling, "s Realter-Aasoc.
e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn Law Income 2" to 6" ; 1025 N. Main St.
Alachua County s.c. 8. Housing' tRntp ( BOB WHITE lB' High Springs FL
o Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 for 30' of You 32643
e Ocala National Forest Hunting& Fishing Retreaton Income U you Ou.!1.1fy Pumps REALTY REALTOR Service
Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000 ,
e One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots ....................$3500 & Up i ieUgndl i All ..lz Office: (904) 454-aOLD (7683) (Bob White

o New 2 BR 2 BA Home In Graham .........................".$40.000o No.Down Payment Home: ((904) S64-4833 I j 454-3675

200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre
o Building Lots In Smokerise Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 House Moving to or from Gainesville? Let us help with our Multiple
e C&C Mini-Storage
o 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone ......................$22.500 4 Listing Service. We have access to hundreds of listings at our

o For Sale or Rent... Mobile Home 2 BR w/Bath on Garages 964-8848 fingertips. Just look at some of these great deals. Can us.for
2 AcresGraham Greenhouses more details. '

Two One Acre: Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. I Storage Bldgs. "VISIT- OUR SHOWROOMFor >" ;
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3 BR. BA enlarge 2BR.1BA1 36.Acres 't
.....................................................................;.....$6.500 Each. ', Your. Plumbing Porte lot. ; "'.' ,"'II 'o/O I "
City >Fenced! Comer : : .
o Two Acres: with Well & Septic Tank '. 30 1 s. Across .f >,:Y aL the" f.

o 2.000 Sq. Ft. Home on 2 1/2 Ac.: Rent or Sale..... 3400Moe From i 9647061D64 $24.900 .' gOp''> fSirwanheeTUvIr1
KOA? ,,2/3.Remodeled l :jl$ pq f
2 Homes 2 Mi. North of Starke. 3 BR. 1 BA Completely > j ,

1 Furnished FOR RENT .......................................:..$500/Mo Valmart ", N..Temple Av*., Stark :.
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BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY I 964-7578 .I I e Now Leasing .. : '

t, Ronald El, Newman.'Sr. I I IJ Forest Park :Apa thieriti

473-2157 e Evenings ,

e Instant Financing a No Points ., Reasonable Interest Rates -- .. An apartment complex designed for moderate
income faclliee. No rental assistance avallabte. : '
t ;PINE FOREST APARTMENTSNow ; Attractive I A3:: BR/1 DA apts., range y
refrigerator, carpet.central beat&air. patio'
and laundry. Free eewer& Rent s
B : e s : ere seI. Accepting Applications or' $IBS $22O mrdtnuns.water.Two complete -, '

,2 &' 3 BR Apartments''Starting eft $195 handicapped. apartments avlalaole.For ., a. .
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II CH/A Fully Equipped Kitchen e Cable Ready Forest Fsuk Apartments 0 775 ME 1.d Btnet,Lakei ,111 32064r
I. (904)4904433 BJUX; ,-.. ,/ ', .. _

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153O W. MadLslon Street EQUAL

Elixson Wood Products, 'Inca Starke Mon.-Frt.964-6312 9-5 PM Inl HOUSINGOFJPOKTUNnY. LAKE BUTLER' flPHRTlTlEnTS. '

Now taking appcdtton for 1 1-M-4 bedroom Units.These at- ,';
\, electric unit*are tpaclous with lots of chore space and CIII have

Cypress Mulch e Pine Bark ; : { ;;$ 0 ,tSAtE1t" id 'H wall-to-wall carpet drape,and kitchen appliances. OrHItelau1drl. ,
facilities. Rental csstetancs avalable: foe<< qualined appOconts..
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We Also Have Red Heart Cypress. Lumber. !. .;.. )j ''trrpct4rtyrt, ( ,A!,,''' acklios? t '9al.r daz r t o It 1006 9N 6th Street ; .1

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MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT Starke Man RobbedIn small knife from his pocket and days 500 word essay why minorsshould

WANTED PROPERTY( KINO AREA FOR SALE stabbed him in the left arm. Thomp- not be allowed to drink
Please writ P. O. Drawer 280. Stork, Keystone Heights son went to Bradford Hospital where alcohol bevetage.

Flo. 32091. 4/7TF SAVE THOUSANDS Low ov.rh.ad ONI BEDROOM APARTMENT In duplex A 26-year-old Starke man was rob- he was treated and released, said Bryan C. Bowman pled guilty

WANTED-OLD CARS a TRUCKS running means lower price. Ov.r $1,000,000 Adult. only. 4681115. 2lpd 2/2-9 bed of his wallet late Friday night as McClain. possession of cannabis; $100 court
or not. I'll haul II away.Cain pal ..Also on display. We won't b. undersold! TWO BEDROOM HOUSI on Rd. 233 completely he was leaving Miller's In Keystone The 13-year-old juvenile was costs, six months court probation,
for tools and old muscle car*. Call Hugh.Mobil.Hom... Hwy 301 North, furnished. Washer Included. Heights. charged with aggravated assault in violate no laws.
964-8179 473-7473. 4tchg 1/12-2/2: Stark, 9646407. Itchg 1/26 9644079. Itchg 2/2 Steven L. Douglas an assistant the 7 p.m. Incident, said McClain. A Richard Miranowlcz pled no con

3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition, CHSA, 3/2 MOBILE HOME 1 acre, lake access, manager at Millers,after closing the rusty folding knife was taken into test disorderly conduct; 60 days Tri
FOR SALE nclosed patio on 1 plus acres,close to $300 month. Strout Realty. 9648931. store for the night, entered his car custody. County Probation.
town. 29000. 1/26 2tchg 2/2-9 which was parked in the lot at the Miranowicz pled no contest
RALPH BRYAN REALTY,964-8878 3/1'/ COUNTRY HOME $"25. Strour rear of the store. As he attempted to possession drug paraphernalia; 60
MUSICAl INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. ,...70 with 3 BR, 2 Ba, $178 month. Realty 9648931. 2tchg 2/2-9 start his car, a man opened the Starke Man Charged days Tri County Probation.
$14.99 per month. CaU964-69<46. TF 9646407. Itchg 2/2 ONI TRAILER SPACE for rent. Call driver's door and pointed a gun at Miranowicz pled no contest
NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobil. home. 964.7895. Itpd 22Servicemen. Douglas. According to Chief John With Hitting Girl criminal mischief; make restitution,

measures 24x36" $.90 each. Great for 14x52. $153 month. 964-6408. Itchg 2/2 McCormick. The man demanded the Police were dispatched Jan.30 at 8 $50 court costs.

patching W. Call St.and 9646305.ropalri.TF TELEGRAPH 13S MOBILE HOME 24x44, 3 bedrooms. 2 bag at which time Douglas handed p.m. to a fight at 922 East Brownlee Brain Jay Whisenant pled guilty illegal
bath. Front S back decking. 2 yrs.old. .. him a sack which possession of alcohol
ALICIA HAY In rolls und.r barn. -<<:- paper contained
.. Arthur Gasklns, 7823727.b.liv.ry'availabl. HlghRldge Estates, Keystone area. drinks and cigarettes he had just St.Upon arrival at the scene a beverage; $50 court costs, 500 word
3/26TF 4733598. Itpd 2/2 purchased. The gunman said no he juvenile with a bloody face said essay on why minor should not drink
DOUBLEWIDEi 3 BR, 2 Ba $208
OAK WOOD FOR SALE 5332474.929WSTAINLESS 9646407. 2/2 wanted the money bag. Douglas said Carlos Ford had struck her in the alcohol.
STEEl/STEAMi Hot HI. ZEPHYRHILLS Itchg LAKEFRONT N.w adult ... he didn't have a money bag at which head with a gun, according to Investigator Jeffery Roy Clemons pled no con
Lance Cpl. Cheeseman time the gunman ordered Douglasout Michael McClain. Ford test attempting to take deer with gun
Pressure Washer. To '
4000 PSI
to 6
; park, 85 Fleetwood 2 BR, 2 Ba, EZ access and
of the light $300 court costs.
; Chargesof
GPM; lifetime warranty from.and coll. to Tampa. Tr., carport 18 shed Awarded Medal car. was seen walking to his car and get.
Factory direct. Will finance Geyser 10x24' enclosed The suspect took Douglas' wallet ting into the vehicle. At the officer's resisting officer without violence
porch. 39500.
Pump 18002278323. Icon 8137820067. fcan Cheeseman Marine Lance Cpl. Michael D. and told him to walk to the rear of request Ford got out of the vehicle, and fleeing police officer; dismiss-

PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to Trudie F. Cheeseman, son of Donald and the car, open the trunk and get in. leaving the door open. Ford said he ed.Peter
take low of Melrose, Douglas refused to Into the trunk Andrew Gooderham pled no
up monthly payments on get did not hit the girl just pushed her
beautiful console piano. Call toll free FOR RENT was Marine recently awarded the U.S. and after threatening him the gunman around. McClain observed a .357 contest possession cannabis; $150
Corps Conduct Medal.
18003462450. 3tpd 1/19.2/2 fled the area. court costs.
the floorboard and bloodon
IBM SELECTRICt excellent condition. ONI BEDROOM HOUSE In Country for Cheeseman behavior received the award Douglas was not injured in the incident magnum the seat.on He placed Ford under Randy Kent Barnett pled no con-
$150. 9647529. 4tchg 1/26.2/16 carpetr air, (large yard. $200 p.r good and conduct overa but lost his wallet and the arrest. test disorderly conduct; $75 court
USED CARPET .1.. 12x18 and u.d full. month. 964-8602 after 6 three-year period in the Marine sack of items said McCormick. costs.
.li. b.d*. Call 9646744. 2tchg SOUTHERN VILLAS NOW RENTING p.m. TFjmm 2 BR Corps. He is currently serving with No arrests have been made in the Ford of 41 a,firearm was charged a with convicted possession Ronald Lloyd Byers pled guilty
1/26-2/2 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine incident the by disorderly intoxication, resisting officer
unit. Thes units or. spacious. All investigation is conti
GREAT DEAL 4-Plece.Bedroom Air Station, Cherry Point felon and aggravated battery, said without
Suit for have large closets and storage room Corps nuing. violence; ten days in
ale-doubt bed. doubl drener etc. Laundry facilities on premises. Monthly N.C.A. McClain. He was released after a jail with credit for time served.
Excellent condition must lell. $325 or payments from $219 plus utilities. For 1984 graduate of Interlachen $7,000 surety bond was posted.
off.r. Call 964.8012 or 9645975. Itpd r.ntal Information and application High School, he joined the Marine Fight Over Phone The juvenile was released from Traffic
2/2 contact South.rn Villa. 1001 Corps In April, 1985. Bradford Hosptial with eight stitches
HONDA ATC 200i$1000.964-3566 after 6 Southern Villa Drive Manager A Thursday Gets Man StabbedTwo in her head. The vehicle and Charles Jackson, Jr. pled no con
p.m. 2tpd 2/2-9 or call 964-7295 or 9644214. Pvt. Roger Jones Reno residents fighting over gun were Impounded by police. test driving while license suspended
SEVERAL ITEMS 16 h. (DWSL) fined $120.25.
: cow trailer $800. 1/12TF Graduates who was using the ;
CoursePvt. telephone
Tobl t 6 chair, oak china cabinet MOBILE HOMI LOTS with city water, resulted in a stab wound to the Thomas Richard Seigle pled no
$500. Kerosene heater, like n.w. $40. sewer, cabl. TV. Phone 964.7..... Roger N. Jones, son of Jewell A juvenile had arm. Bradford Court contest wilful wanton reckless driving
apparently hung
7823978.Itpd 2/2 1/I2TF Thompson of Hawthorne, Nev., and the up ; sentenced to 60 days in jail con
FROSTFREI REFRIGERATOR Mon. FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with Roger Jones of Starke, has phone at THE Apts. o EnBownlne Jan. 17 FinalsThe current with any cases he now has
citywat.r in Starke
\ tgom.ry Ward. Work great. $125. .w.r, cabl. TV, 2 BR, I bath. graduated from the U.S. Army armor to Investigator Jan.McClain.28, according following defendants appeared (charge reduced from driving under
964-4191. Itpd 2/2 94-7491. I/12TF crewman courses at Ft. Knox before Judge George H. influence (DUD

ICE$150.964-4191.CREAM BOX 4 door, work great. SMALL 2 BR HOUSE carpet, CH&A.wa.h.rdry.r Ky. the When pone Sammy to make Thompson a call the picked juvenile up Pierce in Bradford County Court Jayson Coffee King pled guilty
Itpd 2/2 Students learned the duties of a reckless driving fined 206.25 Tri
hookup quiet close tohopping. returned and where their cases received final ; ,
BAR O RANCH a push shove match
hortebreaklng tuningup No small children no pets. tank crewman, including the firingof County Probation one year.
reasonable rate.. W.also sell started after the juvenile started disposition.
buy $235 armament and small King charged with unlawful
plus sec. dep. 964-6680 after 12 weapons.
I trod. horse*. Rd. 100 W. Starke, call noon. 4tod 1/12-2/2 They were also taught field radio pushing the lever down trying to MisdemeanorRobert speed; fined $432,Tri County Proba-
964-41 91. Itpd 2/2 ONI BEDROOM HOUSI In Counlry.carp.I operation, map reading and repair hang up the phone. According to bon.
SALE ALE, VACUUM CLEANERS air, large yard. $200 p.r and maintenance procedures of the Thompson! 18, the juvenile took a L. Reynolds charged withno King pled l guilty fleelmzattemJtin
Sidewalk sale, Klrby's, Electrolux, month. 964-8602 after 6 p.m. TFmm| tank. fishing license; $111.25 cash bond TrrCounty to elude Probation police; one fined year.$206.25,
Hoover Eur.k., and
n.w used. AI MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP 2 BR, 1 He is a 1988 graduate of Mineral estreated. Gregory Joseph Sheley pled no
Young Stark.Vacuum Itpd 2/2, 3'/i mil. N. Hwy 301 ba furnished no pets, 1 child only. County High School in Hawthorne, Spring StoryhourPlanned Susie O. Jones pled no contest contest DWLS; $100 court costs.
$175 month plus $150 security deposit. Nev. disorderly conduct; $50 court costs,
V-8 260 HEADS compl.t.ly redone, n.w at BCPL Sheley charged with DUI; pled no
Call after 6 964-4430 or 964-8970 60 days court probation.
p.m. contest wilful-wanton reckless driving
yaly.Itpd 22WINDOW.. In new shape. $125. 9646705. or 964-8705. TFloTHIEEIEDROOM| Pvt. Joe Lindberg Bunnies and books. Mary B. Becker pled guilty worthless ; fined $356.50, attend DUI
1 bath c.ntral h.at A The Bradford County Public check; has made restitution, school.
UNIT l'/i air Completed CoursesPvt.
ton conditioner air carpet 1'/. or more acres. $365 Library will begin the Spring $50 court costs.
Gregory Thomas Green
$300. 782-3585. pled no
Itpd 2/2 month plus deposit 1 year lease. 301 Joe E. Lindberg, son of NealR. Storyhour programs Feb. 14. Defray Covington pled no contest
ELECTRIC.RANGE white. Magic Chef. North of Starke to NE 58th to NE 11th, Lindberg of Starke, and grandsonof Toddlers (ages 18 months to three criminal mischief; fined $146.50, contest Green expired pled tag contest; dismissed.unlawful
good condition. $125. 9646426. no
Itpd right to sign. 1-778.0314.2tpd 1/26-2/2 L.A. Wood of Valdosta, has years) and their parents will meet make restitution $200. dismissed.
WHEELCHAIR_ Rascal deluxe TWO BEDROOM HOME CH rang., r.fr., graduated from the U.S. Army armor from 10:30: to 11 a.m.Tuesdays, Feb. Roger Rowe pled guilty trespass; Charles; Harold Mayes pled guilty
washer dry.r, dishwasher Includ.d. crewman courses at Ft. Knox, dismissed waived.
14 March 21.Preschoolbrs. costs
'A HP. with Also 1982 DWLS 24
ramp. whit. Ford $315/mo. ; days in jail with credit for
plus deposit. 964-6790.
Falrlane. good condition. Call 2tchg Ky.His (ages three to five Tammy Arlene Beckham pled time served.
964.8430.Itpd 2/2 1/26.2/2 wife, Claudia, is the daughterof years) will meet from 10:30: to 11:30: guilty illegal possession of alcohol
;,, ,'- l' UNFURNISHED APARTMENT for rent.. Linda Miller of Starke. He is a a.m. Wednesdays, Feb. 15 March beverage> ; Tri County Probation 60
24 FT..WINNEBAGO 1 10x49 MOBILE $175 month, $100 deposit. Kitchen furnished 1985 graduate of Lowndes High
HOMI with two air conditioner Call carpet, water sewage ft garbage School, Valdosta. 22.Films for daycare centers will be

964-3240 anytime. 2tpd 1/26-2/2 furnished. 1468185126TF shown from 9:45 to 10:15: a.m. '') )' '*' .'.,.
FURNISHED 1 BR, 2 bath, apt. $200. SSgt. Roy Dees Wednesdays, Feb. 13 March 22. .. Look For These "\'' ..:' "t.
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month $100 kitchen furnl.h.lI"carpet..w "'"
t p r 'WI I !* Ol moor Instruction ed ", r.. sewage. |.aroage' Station in Okla.-- -- conduct Library the Director toddler.Sue sessions"jCrum and will .*: W1 ,Advertising Xnsertsr ::\: '
"1 1 1M-rtlsHd.1--468-18571/26TF. Army Staff Sgt. Roy D. Dr''s son ,
oAJwi ff/l"/ 'It 1, U confident color Donna (>"t"
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT with Slav, of Henry and Rosie L. Dees 01 Lake 'RowellChildren's Coordinator ," .' "'""
choices. Call Sandra Reddish
Director Mary today.Kay Consultant, frig and all utilities furnished. No Butler has arrived for duty at Ft. will be in charge of the Sonny's BB Q...Buy One.. Get 2nd 1/21 OfflIJgckerd's !

pet. $80 per w..k. Call 964-8498. Itpd Sill, Okla.Dees preschool program. '
((904)964-5051) or (9044753214.) 2/2
2/2 is a section chief with the Parents must preregister. Enroll- .
THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath, CHAA, carpet 18th Field Artillery. He is a 1975 ment will be limited to 25 children. V Valentine,Sales

IVi or mars acres. $365 month plus graduate o: union County High Many special activities have been Spring Garden,
deposit. 1 yr. lease.301 N. of Starke to School in Lake Butler. planned as 1989 has been designatedThe Ace Hardware's ,
NE 50th to NE 11th right to sign. Year of the Young Reader. ,' ItoU 1dup .' "*,,,
17780314. 2tpd 2/2.9 Amn. Michael Hendricks Call 9644400 for further Informa ., '. ,'!-' ?
HOUSE AT KINGSLEY LAKE 1 BR, 2 ba. tion. Machine Sale rke '
large sleeping porch. 533-2433. Completes Basic Sewing ,'Woman'LZ.

2/2TF Airman Michael J. Hendricks, < '> ... L ;<
MOBILE HOME LOTion Bayles Highway. grandson of Drew &Josephine Hen-

'fg 9648877. 9646517. 2tpd: 2/2-9 dricks of Lake Butler,has graduatedfrom Remember...
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobil. home. Air Force basic training at
Also 3 BR. 2 ba. doublewide. 2 mil.* Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. To say "I Love You" with our
out of Starke. 9645475. Itpd 2/2 the six weeks Valentine Special LoveLlnes. This
o of How's The ?
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2 BEDROOM DUPLEX $275 month plus special with
> O the airman studied the Air Force page your message
one month deposit, available F.b. 1. mission, organization and customs will be printed on Feb. 8. Send your
lgJj g 5 Call 964-8110 ask for Judy; after 5 or and received special training in message and a check for IS to the By Rev. Ed Kirkland M.Div., pastor o/ the Kingsley Lake Baptist
fJ) weekends call 9646479. Itpd 2/2 human relations.He Telegraph, P.O. Drawer A, Starke, Church located 10 minute east of Starke on Hwy. 16 at KIngsley Lake.
(X) (Iaen STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to is a 1988 graduate of Whitmer Fla. 32091. Rev. KIrkland answer questions on the family In this column from a
l your work? W. have clean mobile High School in Toledo Ohio. Don't Forgetl? Christian perspective. Send your'question or comment to: How' The
q,1;; ..,- = homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF Family, 6337 Seminole St., Starfee Fl. 32091.
= FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities
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paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia
"V. :
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m O = THREE BEDROOM, 1 A bath, clean, close
R to prison. Call 4681323. 6/9TF 305 West Washington St. Stress is a fact of life. I know every single one of you reading this know

tI : ,0o CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES c.ntral AC, Children & Elderly Welcome I' One Pet Allowed the wonderful feeling of having a really rough day and looking forward to
en trJ jJg :i extras, reasonable rants. PINES, coming home. You imagine that there you will find people who love you
iJ is: "496-2366 SR 121, lake Butl.r. 7/14TF 2 One-Bedroom Apartments Now Available and a relaxed evening to do whatever you wish. This dream is often shattered -
LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications Will Consider HUD Section 8 Applicants; (9648601)HERITAGE ] when you drive up and walk in the front door. There the harsh
O for 1 ft 2 bedroom apartments realities hit you.
1 J) CH1A fully equipped kitchen, The fact iseven in the very best home environment there Is stress.
drape. 7823531. New manag.m.nt. Sometimes though, your home becomes as stressful as your job. When this
Equal_Housing! Opportunity. 9/15TF happens you never seem to have any time to release the building pressure.Also .

you miss the opportunities to enjoy coming home. Instead, you can
actually get to the point where you would rather stay at work than come

home. .
VILLAS Let's take just a couple of minutes and review a few of the things that can

NOW DAVIS ELECTRIC cause stress in the home. These involve every member of the family.
OPE* 607 Bradford Court in Starke 1. OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES. Now it's a good thing for everyone to have
outside activities.But,what I mean is when they get carried a little too far.
Doesn't Cost..It Applications for Immediate are being acceptedon 'It's when you get home from work and have five minutes to eat every night
"Quality Fays
.. -, 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220 before leaving to get someplace else. It's when every eligible child is in-
N.'tl JV, plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available. volved in something different- happening on every night, seemingly

Mobile Home Services' Rental information and applications are available at theRental during the same time. Your house becomes a pit stop. Activities are good,
Starke but maybe it's time for your family to sit down and re-evaluate what s going
.New Construction'Commercial. .. Office, 607_Bradford: Court Starke on. Then learn to say "No" when you need to.

.. ; 964-7417 2. NOISE. That's right, simply noise. If you have the television on, someone

..Residential., ,. > SPECIAL ONE.MONTHS FREE RENT& else has the stereo going (hopefully another room) and you have

Service Calls.; .. 1 :;: qualified applicants with one year's! : 1 1I children playing all at the same time- s loud I In fact, it can get to the
Repairs License EROOl 1745 : :. ,; .;t. point where everyone just Ignores each other. That's no situation to come
,t aie. "" home to everyday. Quiet things down a little bit. One thing at a timeso
i I ,J r.Occupying by' FCbruary28, 1989 :Jt everyone In the same room isn't doing separate things at the same time.
3. LACK OF COMMON INTERESTS. I've hinted at this already. It's
more than just activities. It's made worse when there seem to be no interests -
Call 964-6216 Equal shared by everone.This means you can be an active family and still,

Mon.-FrL 9-0:30 @ Homing reduce stress but only by doing some things together.This can also go too
p.m. Opportunity" :far, so be careful. '
4. LACK OF PLANNING. You must plan to reduce stress in your home.
Plan to do things some evenings which will get away from the normal ac
tivitiesand away from the noise. And when you do It, do it together. In

other words. you must plan to have a peaceful home... it doesn't just hap-
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There are all kinds of people reading this article.You represent all different

Long 'Term Renter types of families. But one thing we have in common is the need to
find a "rest stop"not a "pit stop"In our homes. You should be able to face
the pressures of the day and Know that later on, when your family is
House. and 3 acres. Hampton area off CR 18. together, you can forget it and be happy. If we set out to make our homes

Terms'Avallable. 13.000 or Best Offer more like that-an "oasis" from the stress- we will be able to face life's,
4 pressures a great deal easier.

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baskets for area families, the which Is one of our biggest scholarship recipients Include encouraging girls who have The Pageant Coordinator this
4th of July Celebration. During Christmas Angel program and events of the year," Reddish said. Tammy Morrow demons. Pam already competed to enter year Is Cathy Wooley.
the holidays they donated and numerous smaller projects. 'This year over $2.400 In Clark Melanie Wood. Llllle again according to Reddish Members spent over 1.000
helped In the March of Dimes "One of the things f am most scholarships will be awarded." Burgess, Allison Ivey and Selena and compete for both the hour of volunteer service last
drive presented gifts to the excited about this in 1989 Is the The date for this year's pageant Norman. All. Bradford County scholarship and the honor of year and contributed over
needy and nude Thanksgiving( Strawberry Queen Pageant. Is set for April 8. PastLi girls ages 16-21 are invited to representing their community. $ .
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