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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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After some scattered, patchy frost this morning, a warming trend that Hard N.w.. .. ... ... .... .1.3A
!started yesterday (Wednesday, December 27)) will continue through the Editorial . .. .. .. .....4A mss .AII. ...
end of the year, say the weathermen. Social. .. . . .. .. .. SA
Following a five day record cold snap starting last Friday, Ar.a N.w. . . .. .4, 7.12A
temperatures reached the mid 50s Wednesday and will be in the mid 60s Sports. . . . . .....IA
today, Thursday, No more frost Is in the forseeable future and no rain is Ugalt. . . . . . .9-I1A
forecast for the remainder of this year.
Weekend lows will be in the mid to high 40s with highs in the hi 60s.SunSECTION Bi 12 fos..

ny skies will prevail with some slight cloudiness late Friday, clearing Skydiving . .. . .. 1.11.12B
again for the weekend and New Years Day. Ar.a N.ws..2, 3, SB

The moon rose with the sun this morning becoming a new moon today New Brief. . . . .*, los The Sweetest ::strawuen ..... _._ en
December 28, and will lag behind the sun about an hour each day until it Obltuarlm. . . . . 7B o; -
rises just after sunset\ becoming a full moon again January 11. Clot.lfl.d Ad. . . .. . .B, *B 110th Year STAKKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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NotingFood by Sue Ellen Smith "The movement for freedom and liberty as to how it's going to look for maybe a five percent popula-
BCT Staff Writer and justice and helping more people is en- think the economy will growth and five new businesses to open
couraging. We'll have our ups and downs, more American-made the next year. 1 look for Increased
Drive.., The 1980s have melted and I'm glad to see the movement of the to the marketplace. between the government and
The Community Volunteer masses seeking freedom and really obtain- will be a greater organizations for the benefit of the
Organization is sponsoring a food much like the ing it. That's about my biggest wish. Could childhood education. I look for an increase in
away,
drive you imagine East Germany and West Ger- will have someone at membership and support and
for the needy, Dec. 14-29. It is
asking for community support in unexpected Ice and many tearing down the Berlin Wall? Local- be a parent contact (' that the chamber can be a very I
this drive. Bring your donation of snow of this holiday ly, we'll decide we're a rich nation and we parents more involved front door of the community.Anita .
canned goods and nonpershibleitems can afford to feed and clothe the poor. And tion of their children. Kink ext-cutivc: director, Starke-
to one of the four drop-off season. The promise of a we'll stop discriminating because of color." are understanding that Chamber of Commerce

stations: new and exciting -Guy Andrews"I together. I think there college will continue to build. People
Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, Lawtey expect to have one of the most confron- cooperation than we've taking advantage of the opportunity they I
decade is now dawningon tational sessions we've ever had with the a great time to be in in their own town. I feel the next ten
Road.Mrs.
Mary McCloud, Lawtey the horizon governor, but I expect in the end everythingwill Ing forward to a great that will elapse since the college has
Hoad.oMrs.. bringingwith turn out all right. I kind of look for a -Jim Duncan, ) will see improvements in the in-
Corine Butler, Starke. it new thoughts, recession that will put Florida in straits as Bradford County status of the people in our com-
Mr. Kip's Shop, Pine St. far as taxes are concerned. I expect Brad- "The city will grow The college will help them ap
hopes and dreams. ford County to continue doing well, cent in the next ten the arts more through the Fall
Even It Up... Here are some of those however." have a stoplight of the Arts and the annual art
-Rep. George Crady, DYulee"I seriousness I think I
Winn-Dixie we feel the college will continue to
Stores Inc.
announced
its thoughts and some think this is going to be a decade of In- lot of congestion on I know we're all concerned with food
"Even It Up" has
program
been successful raising $173,127 predictions for the 1990s: formation that's going to be so readily though it will be and shelter but there's more to life
available that -Brian Green vice
to feed the people are going to have to (see New Decade..i
hungry, since it was introduced .2\: )
slow down and put the information together tional Bank
last January.The .
program allows( a customeran

cents.grocery opportunity For bills example and to eliminate"even, if a up"grocery odd their ; 3t1 L L )'i17' ) L7i. AssessmentMay


bill runs $24.75, the customer can ReturnIn
tell the cashier to "even it up," and
25 cents will be rung up for the
"feed the hungry"program, New Formby I
operated by the Salvation Army.A / >
printout of the tax deductible : .
Buster Rahn
contribution appears on the .
customer's cash register receipt. BCT The Staff county Writer t attorney John

Tax Bills Mailed... ( frVV ) A Kopelousos, believes can levy its
proposed $100 special assessment
Bradford County Commissionershave p without a vote by municipalities.
given the go-ahead to Tax Collector Kopelousos made this statementin
Esther Hall to proceed with pal a Dec. 20 discussion with county
mailing the $75 special assessmentfor commissioners who were concerned
solid waste disposal, to .Srt'.rya V. uAi ri'sm1 / about the required vote.
residents of Bradford County. Mail- y t Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr.
ings began yesterday, Wednesday, asked, "What if they vote it down?"
Dec. 27, and will continue until the The question was asked of At- I
job is completed. torney John Kopelousos, who was ,
briefing county commissioners on '
Teachers Return... { an alternate plan for levying an

Bradford teachers will return to f assessment.
work Tuesday, Jan. 2, and studentswill Kopelousos replied, "Then voters I
'raise ad valoremtaxes.
are saying
return Wednesday, Jan. 3. .'"
Students will geta day off, Mon- Kopelousos said he had not talked I
day, Jan. 15, while teachers hold a w Christmas..p.i2."I with attorney Terence Brown since
.
planning day.Wednesday the Dec. 5 council meeting, in which
Jan. 17 ends the 3rd Brown had told the council that
six weeks period halfway point of
Starke residents must vote on the
the 1989-90 school\ year. and the
special assessment, city I'
must then advertise and pass an
Class of 1949... enabling ordinance, delaying implementation
,of interlocal
The BUS class of 1949 will hold an agree
ment into early summer.
its 40th class reunion
Friday night,
Kopelousos said he will talk with
Dec. 29, at the Officer's Club, at Brown in the next two weeks.In .
Camp Blanding.For the meantime, "You can makean
information call r b -v
please
y
assessment, but you cannot use
964-5478 or 964-7941. the tax collector or property appraiser I

Club Speaker.. in sending out the billings or
making collections. It is a cumber ,
If your club or organization is some system," Kopelousos said, I
looking for a speaker with a topic "and has to be done a year in ad- I
of interest to the community( con- vance. You cannot get a tax lien,
tact Dan Cuddington( Ph. 9642029or delinquent accounts will have to be
6911. Speakers available to talk Snow Covers Driveway on Church Street... collected through the courts."
about Bradford County Special Vehicles skidded and bumped Into each Before the meeting, commissioners
of
It was a rare sight, but snow and Ice covered the driveway Saturday
Olympics for the mentally han- the turn of the century Southern colonial Perryman house now on the corner familiar with driving on the Ice learned were bemoaning death of the
dicapped. of Church and Adklns Street and now owned by Randy and Virginia feet would suddenly slip out from under proposed $100 special assesssment,
Jean Johns. lore bodies.It saying that time is of the essence,
Head Start... There is snow on the car tops. Is rare here when weather conditions and having to wait until early sum-
Head Start is now acceptng: applications Local residents romped In the snow and ice.There was a truck pulling a rain, sleet, snow combined with freezing mer to implement the plan soundedthe
death knell. The
plan
at 1080 North Pine Street, man around on his shoes at the Farmer's Market on US-301 south. rare sights. gested by Kopelousos is new independentof sug-

Starke child for children ages 3, 4 and 5. the fiscal year, and may be effected -
Free care, at time. It still requires
any
ental care medical services, fami- A Cold. SliDDerv. White approval by municipalities, if it is to
ly services and transportation ser- be collected within city limits.

vices are offered. ", ... ... eJ ", Kopelousos said, "I think there is

Job Corps... by Joe Glf y, E.L. Matthews and Carolyn Eaves of Th. BCT Staff Weekend temperatures recorded at the ed another with legal other way lawyers to do,it.and I've think talk-
Bing Crosby's White Christmas finally came to Bradford County, with of 34 and high of:37 for Friday, December there is another ," in reference
Young men and women ages 16 up to an inch of snow on the ground, mixed with an ice storm Saturday Saturday; a low of 17 and high of 30 for ; to the way for a referen j
21, think about joining the Job that made "the tree tops glisten," just like Bing said. of 44 for Monday Christmas day.It dum. requirement
Corps. Free job) training selfpacedGED '-Winter anTveS'officially Thursday, Dec.: 21, with a "mild" low of 33 In the meantime said I I
program, learn a skill and off of took drivers, unfamiliar with icy Kopelousos
degrees, touching a prolonged five-day period sub-freezing
he will to,set a meeting
earn money while you learn. For temperatures and setting a new record for length, but stopped short of the down. Wrecker services were kept busy attempt up
more information, contact Irene eight degrees recorded here in 1835 and 1899. Low:; temperatures recordedat ple were slipping down on the ice in the with Starke attorney Brown, Hampton -
Pearce Johnson at Job Service of the city treatment plant on Edwards Road were 25 Saturday, 15 Sun- Everybody has stories to tell about how attorney Gene Shaw, and
Florida, 1430 S. First St., Lake CI- day, 16 Monday 28 Tuesday and 27 Wednesday. there were no serious accidents. Brooker and Lawtey attorney
FL call (904) 7580433. Plumbers have worked all weekend Johnny Hobb! in an attempt to get
ty, or The wave of cold air sweeping down from Canada, mixing with moist has
the
air over the Gulf of Mexico, brought freezing rain, sleet, snow and frigid water pipes caused by ice. an"workable agreement deal.1'Kopelousos that( county. a

Upcoming... temperatures to all (of north Florida, paralyzing traffic and wreaking Sunday's temperature in Starke was doesn't agree with city
havoc with power lines, water pipes, trees, plants and crops. in one area,with a high of 23. The high attorney Terence Brown that the
scheduled in the
Public meetings Light rain Friday night turned to ice as it fell onto sub-freezing surfaces
back into the 40s signaled county cannot use jail operations as
coining weeks are: glazing everything with a layer of ice. The rain turned into sleet warm-up temperatures. basis for assessments, saying, "Ican't I
Starke City Council will meet Intermittent sleet and rain
and snow as temperatures dropped. snow, below freezing for two find requirement that the
a
Tuesday, Jan. 2,1990, at 7:30: p.m., continued throughout the day Saturday: into Saturday night, making record Temperatures for this area. This writer county must provide a jail. Since a ,
in Hall.Lawtey unitiated into ice.
City driving hazardous to Florida drivers driving on
below 32 all Isn't providing
stayed degrees jail required, are
temperature you
City Council will meet Clearing skies Sunday morning brought sunshine but little,warmth, the Christmas day, 1983 when the service."
was a
Jan. 2 at 7:30 in Ci- in the afternoon. Snow and ice
Tuesday p.m., temperature getting only to 29 degrees on day, however, the temperature rose to the In closing, Kopelousos said, "Lay
Hall. melted however and traffic back
in the sunshine pretty
ty highways was low until I have a chance to talk with
Bradford Commissioners will much to normal by Sunday afternoon, even with the continuing below (See ) Brown Hobbs and Shaw."
meet Monday, Jan.8, at 9:30: a.m., freezing temperatures. \
in the Commissioner's Room of the I


Tuesday.Courthouse.ty Brooker Hall. Jan.City 9 Council, at7:30 will p.m.meet, in CI- Civil Servants, Volunteers Responded to Crisis ; 1by 1


Hampton City Council will meet ...
Tuesday, Jan. 9, at7 p.m., in City Carolyn Eaves, BCT staff wnt.r -
Hall. Citizens and authorities of Bradford County travellers, were housed and provided food, one time the phones went out of commission. commended. The public's patience aricf
Bradford County School Board working together during the severe weather blankets, etc., according to Emergency Repairmen Maxie Norton responded as did understanding was appreciated. If we failedto
will meet TueSday Jan. 16., in the this past weekend deserve a big vote of ap- Medical Services (EMS) Director Cliff Chap- Centel personnel who brought the equipmenton respond to a complaint immediately,
Administrative Office on North preciation.The man. line in a short period of time, restoring a please understand we were taking every call
Temple Ave, at 7 pm. Christmas weekend in North Floridawas Bradford Hospital provided blankets; JR much needed communication system, according on an emergency needed basis," said Hunt.
will meet to Sheriff Kenneth'-Etheridge. The local The county Road Department responded by
Starke City Council a new experience for most residents with Food Store, McDonalds Sonny's Bar-B-Que.
Tuesday Jan. 16, at 7:30: p.m., in the severe ice and snow storm that literally Denny's, and Burger King all donated food radio station, WEAL, is to tie commended for spreading much needed sand on major
City Hal played havoc with the roads and highways. and drink for famiues the shelters. Stranded its support by broadcasting weather and road highways, bridges and severely Iced sectionsof
Bradford County Commissionerswill Even with warning that the storm was com families who were travelling, due to accidents conditions as well as continuous public ser- the roads.Volunteer.
meet Wednesday Jan. 17, at ing, Bradford County was not equipped to in Union County were also taken to vice announcements, said Chapman. fire departments responded with
7:30 p.m.. In the Courthouse. Zoning handle the magnitude of traffic and traffic BMS shelter, said Chapman. Georgia authorities closed their southern man power and four-wheel drive vehicles to
issues will be on related accidents due to icy roads. Over 200 EMS personnel with assistance of border, sending all traffic headed north back assist motorists in ditches, medians, etc.
The Starke Zoning Boar will accidents were reported; most were fender volunteers of 460 manned the south. Traffic was bumper to bumper on These volunteers also manned shovels to
meet 28, at 7 p.m., benders and officers quickly ran out of time to .shelter caring lostfamilies and travellers US-301 from one end of the county to the other spread dirt on heavily Iced portions of the
in ThursdayjJali. by the Board fill out forms and Just asked drivers to ex- while Rescue personnel responded to a record according to Sheriff Etheridge. Several accidents highways and bridges. Thanks to Heilbron
of Adjustment, if any items are on change Information. 17 rescue calls Saturday during the brunt of involved semi-trailers Jackknifing Springs VFD who sat up a command post at
the agenda. Agencies working together provided a con- the storm. and blocking traffic north and south of Starke. Deer Foot Villege and were available to"pullor
Chamber of Commerce annual tinuous service to the people of Bradford Thanks to Bradford County School Board These accidents only complicated the already dig out" a motorist
banquet will be held Saturday Jan. County as well as those stranded In the area. and Superintendent: Jim Duncan and BMS hazardous conditions being experienced. Florida Highway Patrol troopers reportedan
27. 122 people and three dogs were taken into the Assistant Principal David Tew who made the Dispatchers,on duty at all law enforcement excess of 27 accidents worked but they lost
Bradford County Zoning Board shelter the Bradford Middle School from 8 BMS available for shelter and provided heat averse were under heavy pressure and count of calls received. !
meeting will be held Tuesday Jan. p.m. Saturday, Dec. 23, through 1:30 p.m. for the building. conditions, did an excellent job, according See Crisis..P.12A)
30. at 7 p.m., in City Hall. Sunday. Local families, as well as stranded_ Telephone lines wen so beaYl1ylied that at. to Lt. Ray Hunt. "Everyone is to be (

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Butt.r Kahn the slab, Kopelousos said he would
BCT Staff Wrll.r look further into the matter.
Bradford commissioners say they
will agree to a $10,000 compromiseoffer Background...
on a Santa Fe Lake zoning suit, Craig Weisner lives on Santa Fe
but only if the concrete foundation in Lake, In Bradford County, and has
question is removed.Commissioners been building homes on the lake in
listened Dec. 20 both Bradford and Alachua Countiesfor
but did not agree when Attorney several years.In .
John Kopelousos recommended a August, 1988, Weisner requested
compromise settlement on the zon- .
and received a permit to '
Weisner ing suit brought who seeks by builder redress Craig for build a home on Little Santa Fe First Grade Smarties at Starke Elementary, Second Six Weeks... I
Lake,just off CR-21B, on SE 41 Terrace _
monies spent before a stop work Students In the first grade at SUrke Iemen&arySchool making ana TraCI'rueI'' .
\Wallace
order was issued when he placed two October 4, 1988, Weisner returnedto straight A's on their report cards for the second six weeks grading periodare Third row, kneeling:'Amanda Seyrang, Wesley Tanner,Gary ,
concrete slabs on a Santa Fe Lake the Zoning Office and requestedthe : (Itor) Jennifer Watson, Chris Wilkerson Ryan )Rosier. Stacy Paterson Becky
lot. Weisner had built one home and permit be voided, and asked for Front row,sitting: Charlene Farlow, Kenny Cooley,Adam Wainwright, Norman, Elizabeth tlaston, Latoya Chandler, Jessica Carter, Whitney
had the foundation slab poured on two permits, allowing him to build Monique Fergerson, Kurt Grauilons, Cherly Miller, Ebony flood Sandra Alvarez, Michael Osteen Robert Kroll, Karrle Kulbackl and Lindsey
another. Work was stopped because two homes on the same parcel.In Klrchalne and Mary Vrastil. Moredock.
there was insufficient square a site plan submitted by Second row, kneeling: Bryan Rosier,Jenifer Schaller, Donavan Smith, Back Row: Matthew Hull, Michael Jnhns. Mario Covington, Donald
footage for two homes on the one lot. Weisner, the two lots are Christina Walker, Keith Warren Justin Devalerlo. Ron Whitehead Crawford, Lewis Weadon, Jamesla Aldridge, Jalanda Hankerson Alisha,
Kopelousos said the offer by represented as having in excess of Jonathan Dugan, Saml Jenkins, Stacy Young Abbie Kelly, Jenny Patel, Shannon Brooks. Brian Brown. Natalie llolton Charles Johnson
Weisner to accept $10,000 In lieu of 20,000 sq. feet each,the minimum lot Morgan, Michael Tyler, David Zwicker, William Atwood, Ryan Carter Daniel Mattox, John Myers, and Tonya Rehberg.
bringing suit should be considered, size under zoning regulations. In Tifflnl) Jones and Tina Bowe were absent. _

since "You'll spend as much money order to comply with the require- 65Jijg M hMeM SiR+/lrifl 0la+a. 1111fiYa aR.ana r s c +. 7ri.a++e i.--.
defending the case as it will cost to ment for a minimum 100 foot frontage 't w ae s.r tlss r te+ re rwba xsw ? -gasu slat tliagt
settle it.'vKopelousos Weisner's site plan zig-zagged sfayl tsf :. a.amsssztossi t s.w..xssoaas.R.
said Weisner plans to the center line, giving each lot 100 g w \\v aavls + w w
build a guest house on the existing feet on the front and 30 feet on the
slab if the county settles the suit and back,one lot facing the lake,and the
pays the sum he his asking. other lot facing the road. .IsKwsms&u 4' O P:trek;
Commissioner Joe Riddick admit- Although the Zoning Office issued r c.W
ted Weisner can build a guest houseon the two permits as requested, & .<
the property, but says the slab several things were in error. ailMF ak *
must come up in any settlement, According to Kopelousos, Weisner
otherwise there is nothing to keep submitted a site plan based on an old ..
Weisner or a subsequent owner from survey that gave property owners ti- '
adding kitchen facilities, creating a tie to bottom land, which was IWi
home out of the proposed guest cot- superceeded during Bob Graham's fj
tage. administration, when Gov. Graham
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal and the cabinet ruled that Santa Fe
,
said home owners can add guest lakefront property ends at the mean
houses where set-backs are met,but water line. That ruling shrunk the 4l' i jUrJ.
certain restrictions apply. A guest Weisner lot from more than 40,000sq. ii-v 1 '
house cannot contain kitchen feet to 30,646 sq. feet, not large
facilities. It cannot be rented and it enough for two homes under any tJ
must be on the same electric meteras configuration.The .
the owner's residence. site plan has the two lots fac- f
in directions,
ing opposite a no-no ac-
When the commissioners indicated cording to O'Neal, and the two lots
they would agree to a settle are divided by a zig-zagged line, Second Grade Smarties at Starke Elementary, Second Six Weeks.. I

ment only if it includes removal of which violates zoning regulation Students In the second grade earnlni;straight A's on their report cards Middle row: Ashley Smith,James Ross Hannah Chapmen,Rogert Coleman -
for the second six weeks grading per lod at Starke Elementary School Brand Faulkner Joshua Forman, Dana Milner, Jonle Starling,
I New are: (I liar) Erica Driver and Joshua Husted.'
Decade.. Front row: Scolt Johns Gracie War Margaret Levesque, Frances Back row: Farah Martin, Brandi.Nok thrup. Florence Jenkins, Aaron I
__ McKenna Tabitha Padgett Bennie Ra iy, Patterson,Nita Richardson, Bil- Woodfin Stephen Browning, Erin Elliot, Amanda Fell,Phillip llendricks,
(from, page IA) generous. I just feel things are go- |y Adams, Rebekah Bouldlng and Can dy Thomas. Rebecca Miller and Lindsey Sheffield.
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than that. I feel we will appreciate Noriega, I think we needed to get I IiY.'filGillOll i IrSileBlifll IiIt11-- CYOiIlIIIi IYKii1218If; I3 IYKY (lIl( I1dXi-+i 13{ -- CSi:4fIOC.e :
more things. Most people will be him, don't you? Things are getting
able to provide the necessities, and brighter, and what we want is hap-
we will get to a point where we can piness, rightMarjorie?
"
appreciate more aesthetic things. Thomson
-Lila Rae Yawn, executive
secretary, Santa Fe Community :
College/ Andrews Center .

"The drug program in our
schools will contini to be a suc- LEGAL NOTICENotice
cess with the help chants b
that contribn'' '< arke and r I -

Bradford next year Cou>.due? to the uid programwe predictthis is hereby given that the 1989 1 A B

will have kids march against
drugs like they do in Jacksonville.As roll for Solid Waste 11O
tax Special
far as our jail, it will be overcrowded
and we will be back in the
same boat as we were when I took Assessment is for collection as I I IFp
office. I expect between 3,800 and open p' I
4,000 arrests this next I I
year. '
believe our drug problem, though, of December 28th in the office of ,ea
is on the decrease." yar \

Bradford-Kenneth County"I Etheridge, sheriff, the Tax Collector, Bradford County y PRICES GOOD THROUGH _

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1st.

hope it will be better. It Courthouse, Starke, FL., Telephone:
depends on so many things. I hope
for more production and better 964-6280
livestock prices. I have a feeling it
will be a good decade, although I
don't really have any basis for
that." Esther S. Hall

-Bobby Taylor, county agent aaaa. D B .
LErS .
Agriculture Extension Service"I Tax Collector

feel that things are working YOUR TRUNK THIS BEER
towards the better. A lot of peopleare Bradford County HpLIlDF

volunteering and being real -- SEASON !


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Novts Ward of Accelerated Realty
of Starke was named Realtor of the
Year at the annual banquet of the
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors at
the county fairgrounds building I
Saturday, Dec. 9. .
Darlene Godwin of Faulkner Real
ty was Installed as the 1990 president
of the 2-county realtors' association.
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willegar Realty, and Suzanne Kit +
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members of the Board of Directors
are Bill Dodd, David Dodge,Lavern _
Outlaw, and Pauline Randolph. -..... 0
Board attorney is Richard Welty. Board Officers...
The new officers were Installed by Is the new president of the Hradford-Uiilon
Russell Grooms of Jacksonville, ., Inc. Patty Kay Elder: center IH the lel'-III'rllldl'lIt County,
district Il _
Board of vice-president Realtors. of the Florida ( left, is the secretary. The treasurer, Debbie ('011-
realtors' I shown.
In brief p"""* "
remarks, Director said
Grooms,who attended with his wife, Bob
Kathy,agreed with the local realtors ficers
that it is difficult to keep a small year
group going and to get services down Mathews
from the state board.

1989 President Bill Dodd of Accelerated Dodd ;
of Realty presented certificates and president; May the best of everything be yours.
appreciation to
Patty K.
Elder, Pauline Randolph, Suzanne directors
Kitchens, Susan Faulkner, David Outlaw Irene LEWIS TIMBER CO.
Dodge, Lavern
Outlaw, and Cecelfa Some
Terwillegar for their work during tended Hwy. 301 S. Starke
the past year.President new
Dodd presented plaques quet 964-6871 '
to three persons he called the inghama.
"backbone of the Bradford-Union The y
board." The plaques went to Cecelia by The
Terwillegar, Irene Faulkner, and Bill
Vernie Odom.
"They stay in the background,but
they're the ones that push it (the Tyler

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Real Estate Course

A Real Estate Principles and course
Practices course will be offered at students Exchange...
Santa Fe Community College An- required
drews Center on Wednesday even- President Darlene Cixluhi receive the ;(;\\'cl from
ings from 6:00 to 9:50: p.m. during For Bill Dodd who Ih.inked every body for Iheir help dur
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I On February 12, 1899, Mrs. Jesse
c-i Jones, wife of a pioneer Starke mer-
chant, took pen in hand, opened her
diary, and wrote:

"Snowstorm in Florida, February 12.
.i 1899, Sunday. It blew all day very hardand
very cold. About nine o'clock at
night it commenced to rain and sleet.
'- The wind blew hard all night. I slept
very little as the wind frightened me.
and when I awakened in the morning I
was very much amazed to see
everything covered with snow and the
thermometer down to eight."I .
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r have lived In Florida since 1859
and have never seen anything like it
before. The snow laid on the ground
y three days. The second day Captain r sri
1 11 Jones had to take a shovel to dig it off
i the front porch. I think everything must

p be killed; our garden is dead, nothing
left. If orange trees are not killed then .. .
they could be planted in the North.Cap- "
tain Jones is sixty-four years old and
this is the first time he ever saw snow. I .
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Ninety years later came the
,I Christmas snow of 1989, measuring less
than half an inch, except where banked.It .
could not match the snow of 1899
which was reported to be at least two In-
ches. Due to steady freezing 'rMi'
temperatures, both snows remained
unmelted for three days. ,

_ __ __ ________ ____ __ ________ The snow of this Christmas 1989
weekend, measuring less than half an Orange Grove Cemetery

Frozen BullGencroutily inch, was the second heaviest in Brad- dead trees left by the great
ford County's recorded history but was Citrus growers sadly surveyed the orange I
coaled with icicles this Kraliin.1 Hull lh.il once slmicl 'fit no match for the snowfall of 1899 which 8-degree freeze of 1899 which destroyed all the groves in Northeast

front of Branding Iron Restaurant on l .S. :HOI, looked. like Iliis dm in-; was reported as two inches, with eightto Florida.
freeze of January 1170.! <> nine degree temperatures that
forever ended Bradford County's hopeof
becoming a prosperous citrus grow- "February 8, 1835 was the coldest day low temperature of 14 was recorded in
ing area. ever known, before or since, in this sec- Starke on Christmas morning.
J tion. At 8 o'clock that morning the ther-
: The 1899 freeze came just four years mometer stood at 8 degrees above zero, This was followed two years later in
i Rrrlt] after the treacherous double-whammy and the actual minimum was undoubtedly January 1985 by another blast of arctic
: :D' l : dealt to this North Central Florida area lower. Along the St. Johns weather that changed the geographicface
during the winter of 1894-5, when one River bank, water was frozen several of Florida's citrus industry.
J ,< .iJi}:, .",'.>!,,,:..,. ._.. .. ." .'. freeze with temperatures down to 13 rods from shore and afforded in- Although Bradford County had been out
degrees came in December, followedby habitants a spectacle as new as it was of the orange business since the turn of
another in February. The troublewas distressing. Fruit trees of every the century, the 1985 freeze devastated
that the month of January was description were destroyed, roots and remaining groves around Melrose,
Santa Fe PreparingTo unseasonably warm, causing sap in the all, and even some of the forest trees Crescent City and other Northeast
orange trees to rise. The freeze of were killed by the cold." Florida locations. The citrus industrytook
February 7 was brought in by a blizzardin another move farther south.

Pick New PresidentBradford the northeast, with temperatures of the The temperature freeze of mid-January stayed below 1886 freezingfor ,when Along the way there have been lighter
30 below. Lake
City reported a low of 8 three days,killed the famous orange snows in Bradford County but they
degrees; Palatka 11, and Starke 8, according tree that grew at Fort Harllee on the usually melted after a few hours on the

County has had an intense in order to fill the forthcoming vacancy to Mrs. Jones' diary. north bank of the Santa Fe River just ground. There was one in 1977, the year
interest in Florida's Community Col- with the best possible leader. The During the warm January, orange south of Hampton Lake in Bradford that U.S. News & World Report labeleda
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be remembered". In
trees had budded out and were bloom- County. Fort Harllee was built in 1835 winter "to
lege program since its birth back in the selection process is already under With the trees full of sap,they were during the Second Seminole Indian War January of that year, Camp Blanding,
1960s, when Community Colleges were spit wide open by the cold, dripped sap and named for its commander Major six miles east of Starke, recorded 21
known as Junior colleges.At way.We feel that SFCC is fortunatein and froze again. When spring finally W.W. Harllee of South Carolina. In mornings of freezing or below
very came, the outlines of onceflourishingorange front of the officers quarters at this temperatures.In .
that time, business and educa- that one applicant for the position of trees stood bleak and still post, Maj. Harllee planted the seed of 1883 the editor of The Telegraphhad
tional leaders in Bradford County president Dr. Robert Myers, current against the sky. A few survived, but an excellent "China" orange, which he optimistically written: "In a few
vice of the has been four years later another February had from Charleston. It
made a concerted effort to obtain president college, brought grew years every man with an orange grovein
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for its No. 2 man for the past nine years. freeze killed those remaining, and rapidly and by 1850 was said to be the Bradford County will be rich."Little
college the Alachua/Brad-
junior citrus growers in this area abandoned largest sweet orange tree in Florida, did he know that 16 later they
risen the ranks years
ford Having through by
County District. They proposed a their groves, and the industry moved bearing over 10,000 oranges in a season. would all be broke.'Ei .
site just north of the Santa Fe River on bQlding.r onsiblg positions at Santa farther south.Although After the tree died it was said that the
ii'The' wWforced' to
U.S. 301, arguing that it would be Fe during Sis entire 24-year tenure, heis'highlylalified this trunk was dug up and exhibited at the Telegraph
a con- year's freeze may have print a front page notice that the size of
venient location for1 students in both' : to jielp Sant F l con, been the longest on record, with Chicago Exposition.But I the. papaawould'hav-to' be reduced
counties. Those hopes were not realized tihue on us present successful course temperatures below 32 degrees for not all of Bradford County's because of a lack of advertising. The
however. Alachua leaders without a break. most of 72 hours (Saturday through freezes came in the last Century Gainesville Sun commented editorially -
County
Tuesday morning) it failed to break There the Christmas freezeof : "The Starke Telegraph has been
was great
argued that their student load With of Dr.
far out- a man Myers'background records for the lowest temperature. the temporarily reduced in size. The
1983 which cost growers of paper
numbered Bradford County's, and and experience availableto T.F. Davis, in his "History of Florida $840 million in citrus tree will be enlarged as soon as business Im-
therefore the new college should be carry on the principles and goals he Jacksonville", published in 1925 wrote: losses, and $600 million in loss of the proves. The Telegraph is one of the best
placed in the Gainesville area. helped formulate during President orange crop a total of $1.5 billion. A papers in the state.

In spite of losing out, Bradford Coun- Robertson's administration, it seems

ty held no grudge, and its associationwith that the selection of any other person SFCC Offers Special

Santa Fe College over the years no matter how well-qualified, would I' Letters to the EditorCounty Course in StudiesOf
has been one of cordiality and coopera- send a signal that Santa Fe trustees

tion -- a relationship that has worked to might somehow be dissatisfied with ChildhoodA

the mutual benefit of all. the status quo. To the best of our course entitled Directed Obser-
knowledge, that is not the case and we Government Funding JeopardizedEditor vation and Participation Early
It is only natural, therefore, that our do not believe Santa,Fe Community Childhood, which has special focuson
community should have a sincere in- curriculum and the home/school
terest in the forthcoming change of College policy and leadershipdirectionneeds Telegraph: permits may be issued until the State relationship, will be offered at the
a change from its present requirements have been satisfied. I
SFCC Andrews Center during the
presidents at SFCC next April. Those If not for the seriousness of the cur- doubt whether many in the business
course. Spring 1990 term. The class is
who have known and observed the rent situation the continuing saga of the community have considered the impactof scheduled to meet Monday after-
leadership of President Alan Robertson With all due respect to each person proposed special assessments for the such an action. noons from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

over the past 17 years feel that who iSl or might become a presidentialcandidate EMT service and the jail would indeedbe There is no way Bradford County can Students wishing to enroll in the
a
Bradford County is fortunate to be in for SFCC, we feel that Bob comedy. fund its comprehensive growth plan class should complete application to
the Alachua/Bradford district with a Myers, with his philosophy and handson There is no need to rehash a list of given the current funding situation.It the college and register before the

man of his calibre at the heim. But experience in helping put Santa Fe events blame for to date failure, or of to the attempt assessment to place is time for all concerned citizens, first The day of class on January 8.
on college will be closed for the
with his imminent in the it elected officials, and the business .
resignation, the leadership position now enjoys any person or party. community holidays Dec. 22 until January 4.
time has come for a change. Hard is the right choice for president to work together to insure that
I am more concerned with the future the quality of life we now enjoy in Brad-
choices must be made, as they were going into challenging decade of growth and economic well-being of ford County does not become a thing of Nursing Assistant

recently at the University of Florida, the 1990s. Bradford County. Unless a cure can be the past. I am willing to accept my Course OfferedLocal
found soon for the county's revenue problems responsibility, are you?

our future appears dim. Arnold D.Weeks,Jr. residents who are interested
Skipping Student Have Why has the funding problem reached Rt.3Boxl023StarkeEPA In ,a Nursing Assistant Course in
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an acute stage? There are a numberof Starke' this Spring (beginning
Ii reasons. For years, the county January 8) should contact the Santa
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Responsibility to ThemselvesDriving balanced its budget by using carry-over Sees DangerOf Fe Community College Andrews
funds from the previous fiscal period. Acid Rain Center. iThe six week non-credit
Instead of investing the surplus funds it course Is designed to develop a
by Bradford High School in they're was politically expedient to avoid new From IncineratorConcerns degree of skill for nurses aides that ,
students belie f
the morning see, students } putting one taxes and roll back the millage. The about the possible dangers'of will meet nursing home standards.
you walking
from over on the teachers and their parents.Of combination of rolling back the millageand acid rain is causing the U.S. En- Graduates would become Certified
away campus. A mother has course, the skippers are really put- balancing the budget using carry- vironmental Protection Agency to Nursing Assistants as required by
reported her daughter missed 112 over funds helped create the economic Florida law.
ting one over on themselves. review permit granted to Union Camp
classes in the first 70 days of school, and crisis the county now faces. There are Corporation to operate an incinerator In The cost of the'course is approximately
; she was never notified. There is opportunity at BHS to learn no loner any carry-over funds in the the State of Georgia. $80, which includes application I
I enough to hold down a good job or to go county coffers. EPA officials say they may order > tuition, lab fees and book. '
Any day at BHS some 120 students are to college. Most .students realize the State mandated programs have also Union Camp to add a $27 million scrub- ,test Applicants at the must take the TABE

absent, most legitimately.) value of an education.',Those.who don't ,contributed greatly to the fiscal ber to the incinerator prpject at its Center. Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
I BHS officials admit there is a problem pressures on local governments. Jails, Savannah mill. I
For
must be made in another to more information call
one way or Union please
with keeping up with absentees. solid waste disposal, transportation, Camp was granted a permit the SFCC Andrews Center
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Somewhere- from the teachers attend school., are just a few of the areas impacted by from the Georgia Department of 964-5382.
filling State mandates. The State lit- Natural Resource last April to Incinerate
provides -
The school can't dolt all:Tea hers do
out absentee lists each class period, get- tle, if any, of the funding necessary for hydrogen sulfur gases in an ef-
ting them to the office, then the names well to teach those.'wlio are present. Administrators implementing mandated programs. fort to eliminate the plant's smelly

being recorded and put into a computer, 'shotlld''tiot'haveto spend Whether citizens agree or not with the discharges. But EPA is now concernedthat
the lists being administrators hours each day tracking down mandates, these programs must be the incineration process may increase ->
printedh absentees. funded by local government or the State emissions of another compound,
going over gging chronic .*fi; t' : ,; will withhold revenues such as the gas sulfur dioxide, which contributes to
skippers there is a breakdown. Or, Parents should-, certain their tax acid rain.
it's just too much The U.s. Department of Interior has
work
maybe busy for children are in school. They should con- Lack of growth in the private sector
administrators whose time is taken up tact BHS and make certain school of- has contributed to an insufficient tax also expressed concerns whose about increased the incinerator .Y

by more pressing matters.In ficials have their,correct phone number base for generating revenues for discharges project of sulfur dioxide could

any* case, it's becoming clear that and can reach them' to report the funds government, the county use. If Is,forced due to to lack reduce of threaten plant life at the Savannah

I BHS administrators and teachers must absence of their child.'After all, parentsare services that contribute to the quality of Wildlife Refuge. A spokesman for the
tighten attendance procedures. for their life in the business Interior Department said the in-
up
ultimately, ,responsible, our community com- cinerator would Increase sulfur dioxide

: Most probably, if the current problem children. munity willing will to also relocate suffer.to Few an area industriesare where from 1,266 pounds an hour to 3,306 J

somebody will With 'on their trail students pounds an hour. .
persists, suggest erec- parents local government cannot afford to offer '
A for Union
ting a fence around the BHS campus. would find it more difficult to fall services such as transportation, police would spokesman cost the $6.5 Camp million said it A

Sure, it'd be easier to control atten- through the cracks. protection,fire and rescue service, and year to operate company a scrubber, in addition a BrijitNewYiirPeace .
dance if the high school was operatedmore recreational programs. to the $Z7 million cost to install the
But remember, that some 98 Lost in all the confusion
like a detention center. flease. surrounding device.: prosperity
percen high school students try the proposed assessment is the impen- .
The high" school staff should be to do what is right. They''attend school, ding problem concerning the funding of J and happiness ,

teaching responsibility. Students shouldbe earn passing grades, and live decent the Bradford County Comprehensive s'--- ; t ,be yours with

taught it is their responsibility to at- lives.: That's why there should be no Growth that will Plan.,Failure to submit a plan .- .. the New Year. I,
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always will be, a small percentage of refuse, out of ignorance, to abide by the ther mandates will be levied on our miles human of body contains about 60.000 egrnplf :.

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Try-Outs ;
Upcoming Events. .. >.,. ,i :, Spring Arts Festival Casting
ocial Side ,.,,jto ".;',,:';,',':. Set for Apr. 7,8 For'Foxfire
Mr. & Mrs. Ancil O. Davis
The 21st Annual Spring Arts Santa Fe Community College will
Celebrate 50th AnniversaryA Festival, being held April 7 and 8, hold auditions for the Retired Ar-

of the NewsBirths reception to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of AncU and 1990,In Gainesville,Is now accepting tisans production of"Foxfire",writ-
applications for entertainers.
Mary Davis will be held at the Bradford Family Restaurant on Sunday. ,. Dancers, musicians, storytellersand ten by Susan Cooper and Hume
Cronyn January 7 and 8 at 7:30 p.m.
January 7, from 2 to 4 p.m.
.Announcements Parties The reception will be hosted by Ancil and Mary's children: Johnny children's to apply. performers are invited in building E auditorium in
Linda Baffles and Donna Crawford. Gainesville.The play tells the storyof
Davis
Q Engagements Weddings Church The festival is a free community times of the old and
All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. event and entertainers perform on a generations changing! in Appalachia.Men new
Events
Meetings
basis.
gratis More than 120,000 spec- and women ages 20-70 are
Call 964-6305 Ask for Socials Mann'-Parrish GatheringSet art tators and are fun.expected for a weekend of needed for the production. A 30-45
old who can sing and play
year
-- for Saturday, Dec. 30 For an application,write to Spring guitar is also needed.

Friends and relatives of the Mann-Parrish families are Invited to their Arts Gainesville Festival, P.O. Box 1530, The play will run February 15-17
+!f annual gathering to be held Saturday, Dec. 30, at the Union County 37Z-1976. FL 32602 or call (904) and 22-24. For more information,
Recreational Complex.The call 395-5306, 5310.tlAPP' .
. basket luncheon will begin at 2 p.m.


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.. ._', ting Jan. 7 through Jan. 12. rG
., Service will begin on Sunday,Jan. 7, at 6 p.m. Nightly services will be 'iER.ftTIINIrst
held at 7:30: Monday through Friday. Speaker will be Rev.Wendell Pitt- NEW
man.
Everyone Is cordially invited to attend. ,

Young at Heart MeetingSet

for January 4

The Young at Heart of the First Baptist Church will have their regular (
monthly meeting Thursday,January 4,at noon in the new fellowship hall. gtl
Lunch will be provided by the church.

..: a Come join in our fun and fellowship.Introducing 'FotLaCJLD

,;: S A New Addition... l laQGsyne

Vivian D.Thornton
d a 2 Randall A.Griff :
John Mcllwaine Palmer,Jr. Emmanuel Athens
|> Jodi L.Ballinger Vivian D. Thornton, Underhill .

j, James A.Bray Randall A. Griffis announce John and the Ann birth Palmer of a of son Hampton, John Dale and Maria Underhill of j OW>t )
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Jodi Ballinger, Announce Wedding Mcllwaine Palmer Jr. on Dec. 14, Starke announce the birth of a son, lt
James Bray 1989, in Alachua deneral Hospital.He Emmanuel Athens, born Dec. 12 in If@ tWo
Announce PlansMr. weighed 8 lbs. 15 oz. and Alachua General Hospital. Em-
EngagementJoseph measured 21 1/2 in. manuel weighed 7 Ibs. 4 oz.
Wayne and Sandra Kay & Mrs. W.J. Thornton of Paternal grandparents are
Ballinger of Starke announce the Manley and Nugent of Prince
Starke wish to announce the engagement Betty
engagement of their daughter, Jodi of their daughter, Vivian George VA and the late Conrad Clay Paternal grandparents are Gene
Lynn to James Arthur Bray,son ofFranklyn Darlene Thornton to Randall Alvin Palmer. Paternal great grandparents and Joan Underhill Paternal Waters great: Glenda's Shear
and Marilyn of and Lillian Gibbs of grandmothers are Georgia Design
Bray Ira
Griffis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin are
and Violet Underhill, all of Starke.
Vermont.The .
Highgate Falls Griffis of Raiford. Etterick VA.Maternal .
118 N. St. Starke Florida
Thompson
wedding will take place Wedding plans will be announcedat grandparents are Jeff
February 17. 1990, in the Starke a later date. and Helen Baker of Hampton.
Woman's Club.
The bride-elect is a 1985 graduateof
Harry S. Truman High School,
Taylor, Michigan and is currently a Did you know....

dispatcher with. the Starke Police ...that Sue Ellen Smith daughterof
Department.The Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of
groom-to-be is a 1980 graduateof Starke graduated from the University

School Missisquoi Valley Union High of Florida Friday Dec. 22. She Hanging coral on the bed post, people once believed, would prevent
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VT. and
Swanton is cur- received her B.S. in Journalism.
rently employed with Cain Studios, nightmares.
Gainesville, as a carver/free-lance O 0 e d co
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Basic great sincerity, we express
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.E2 James B. Kendrick son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kendrick of Electric
Graham has completed basic training Hayes

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another tour.Kendrick appreciation for many valued friendships.
is a 1989 graduate of
Bradford High School, Starke.
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MONDAY NEW YEARS DAY-NO SCHOOL

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On February 12, 1899, Mrs. Jesse
Jones, wife of a pioneer Starke mer-
chant, took pen in hand, opened her
U diary, and wrote: t4 y

"Snowstorm in Florida, February 12,
1899, Sunday. It blew all day very hard
e and very cold. About nine o'clock at
w night it commenced to rain and sleet.
The wind blew hard all night. I slept
very little as the wind frightened me.
and when I awakened in the morning I
was very much amazed to see
everything covered with snow and the
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thermometer down to eight."I .

have lived in Florida since 1859 1 a r iFd /, r .
and have p E L .'K 2- 'tr j ,
never seen anything like it +
before. The snow laid on the ground
three days. The second day Captain (IOrange f
Jones had to take a shovel to dig it off r
the front porch. think everything must
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iIii 1 1X be killed; our garden is dead, nothing
r left. If orange trees are not killed then
they could be planted in the North. Cap-
tain Jones is sixty-four years old and
this is the first time he ever saw snow.
He was born and raised in Florida." -.

Ninety years later came the
Christmas snow of 1989 measuring less
than half an inch,except where banked.
It could not match the snow of 1899
which was reported to be at least two in-
ches. Due to steady freezing
I temperatures, both snows remained
unmelted for three days. i

.,. The snow of this Christmas 1989
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weekend, measuring less than half an Grove Cemetery
inch, was the second heaviest in Brad-
Frozen BullGenerously ford County's recorded history, but was Citrus growers sadly surveyed the dead orange trees left by the great I

coaled will Irk Irs. this Biiiliniii. Bull that onl o stimrt 'in no match for the snowfall of 1899 which 8-degree freeze of 1899 which destroyed all the groves in Northeast
front of Branding Iron Restaurant on I .S. :ill( looked like II\K\ dm in;' was reported as two inches, with eightto Florida..
freeze of January l')7l.Santa! ( nine degree temperatures that
forever ended Bradford County's hopeof
becoming a prosperous citrus grow- "February 8, 1835 was the coldest day low temperature of 14 was recorded in
ing area. ever known, before or since, in this sec- Starke on Christmas morning.This .
tion. At 8 o'clock that! morning the ther-
The 1899 freeze came Just four years mometer stood at 8 degrees above zero, was followed two years later in
: : ; ; : after the treacherous double-whammy and the actual minimum was un- January 1985 by another blast of arctic
1am.\ '; : : ( dealt to this North Central Florida area doubtedly lower. Along the St. Johns weather that changed the geographicface
\ during the winter of 1894-5, when one River bank, water was frozen several of Florida's citrus industry
: : : freeze with temperatures down to 13 rods from shore and afforded In- Although Bradford County had been out
degrees came in December, followedby habitants a spectacle as new as it was of the orange business since the turn of
another in February. The trouble distressing. Fruit trees of every the century, the 1985 freeze devastated
was that the month of January was description were destroyed, roots and remaining groves around Melrose,
Fe PreparingTo unseasonably warm, causing sap in the all, and even some of the forest trees Crescent City and other Northeast
orange trees to rise The freeze of were killed by the cold." Florida locations. The citrus industrytook
February 7 was brought in by a blizzardin another move farther south.
the northeast with The freeze of mill.January 1886,when
of
Pick New PresidentBradford 30 below. Lake City reported temperatures a low of 8 the temperature stayed below freezingfor Along the way there have been lighter
in Bradford County but they
three days,killed the famous orange snows
Palatka and
degrees 11 Starke
; 8, ac-
melted after few hours the
cording to Mrs. Jones' tree that grew at Fort Marllee on the usually a on
diary.
County has had an intense in order to fill the forthcoming vacancy north bank of the Santa Fe River just ground There was one in 1977, the year
During the warm January orange south of Hampton Lake in Bradford that U.S. News & World Report labeleda
interest in Florida's Community Col- with the best possible leader. The trees had budded out and were bloom- County. Fort Harllee was built in 1835 winter "to be remembered". In
lege program since its birth back in the selection process is already under With the trees full of sap they were during the Second Seminole Indian War January of that year, Camp Blanding,
1960s, when Community Colleges were spit wide open by the cold, dripped sap, and named for its commander Major six miles east of Starke, recorded 21
known as Junior colleges.At way.We and froze again. When spring finally W.W. Harllee of South Carolina. In mornings of freezing or below
feel that SFCC is fortunate
very came, the outlines of onceflourishingorange front of the officers quarters at this temperatures.In .
that time, business and educa- in that one applicant for the position of trees stood bleak and still post, Maj. Harllee planted the seed of 1883 the editor of The Telegraphhad
tional leaders in Bradford president, Dr. Robert Myers, current against the sky. A few survived but an excellent "China orange, which he optimistically written: "In a few
County been four years later another February had from Charleston. It
the has brought
vice president of college, grew man with an
made years every orange grovein
a concerted effort to obtain a freeze killed those remaining, and rapidly and by 1850 was said to be the "Little
its No. 2 man for the past Bradford County will be rich.
junior college for the Alachua/Brad- ranks citrus growers in this area abandonedtheir largest sweet orange tree in Florida, did he know that 16 later they
the
byholding years
ford District. Having risen through groves, and the industry moved in
County They proposed a bearing over 10,000 oranges a season. would all be broke.
,_responsible positions at Santa farther south After the tree died said
site just north of the Santa Fe River on it was that the "
"The was'lorced
'Evfen
i to
Fe during his entirp 24-year tenure, heik'higPtly trunk was dug up and exhibited at the Telegraph
U.S. 301 arguing that it would be Although this year's freeze have'
a con-, may print a front pace notice that the size of
venient location for: students in both' TOalified. ,' to |ielp Sant l F.4 con .' been the longest on record, with Chicago Exposition. I the, papecAwou d have-to be reduced
counties. Those not realized tinue on Us present successful course temperatures below 32 degrees for But not all of Bradford County's because of a lack of advertising. The
hopes were without a break. most of 72 hours (Saturday through freezes came in the last Century. Gainesville Sun commented editorially -
however. Alachua County leaders Tuesday morning) it failed to break
: "The Starke has been
Telegraph
There was the Christmas freezeof
argued that their student load far out- With a man of Dr. Myers'background records for the lowest temperature.T.F. 1983 which great cost the growers of temporarily reduced in size. The paper

numbered Bradford County's, and and experience availableto Davis, in his "History of Florida $840 million in citrus tree will be enlarged as soon as business improves -
therefore the new college should be carry on the principles and goals he Jacksonville", published in 1925 wrote: losses, and $600 million in loss of the The Telegraph is one of the best
placed in the Gainesville area. helped formulate during President orange crop a total of $1.5 billion. A papers in the state.

In spite of losing out, Bradford Coun- Robertson's administration, it seems

ty held no grudge, and its associationwith that the selection of any other person SFCC Offers Special

has been Santa one Fe of College cordiality: over and the years no send matter a signal how that well-qualified Santa Fe trustees, would Jt? Letters to the Editor Course in StudiesOf

coopera- .
somehow be dissatisfied with ChildhoodA
tion -- a relationship that has worked to might
the mutual benefit of all. the status quo. To the best of our course entitled Directed Obser-
knowledge, that is not the case and we County Government Funding JeopardizedEditor vation and Participation Early
It is only natural, therefore, that our do not believe Santa Fe Community Childhood which has special focuson
community should have a sincere interest curriculum and the home/school
in the change of College policy and leadershipdirectionneeds Telegraph: permits may be issued Until the State relationship, will be offered at the
forthcoming a change from its present requirements have been satisfied. I SFCC Andrews Center during the
presidents at .fi pril. Those If not for the seriousness of the cur- doubt whether many in the business
who have course. rent situation the continuing of the Spring 1990 term. The class is
known and observed the saga community have considered( the impactof scheduled to
meet after-
With all due to each proposed special assessments for the action. Monday
leadership of President Alan Robertson respect person EMT service and the Jail would indeedbe suck an noons from 1:00: to 4:00: p.m.
over the past 17 years feel that who is or might become a presidential a comedy. There is no way Bradford County can Students wishing to enroll in the
Bradford County is fortunate to be in candidate for SFCC, we feel that Bob fund its comprehensive growth plan class should complete application to
the Alachua/Bradford district with a Myers, with his philosophy and handson There is no need to rehash a list of given the current funding situation.It the college and register before the
events to date, to to
man of his calibre at the helm. But experience in helping put Santa Fe blame for failure or of the attempt assessment place on Is time for all concerned citizens, first The day college of class will on be January closed for 8. the

with his imminent resignation, the in the leadership position it now en- any person or party. elected officials to work, and the business com- holidays Dec. 22 until January 4.

time has come for a change. Hard joys, is the right choice for president I am more concerned with the future munity the quality of life together we now enjoy to Inmve in Brad that

choices must be made, as they were going into challenging decade of growth and economic well-being of ford County does not become a thing of Nursing Assistant
recently at the University of Florida, the 1990s. AI Bradford County. Unless a cure can be the past. I am willing to accept my Course
found soon for the county's revenue problems responsibility, you, OfferedLocal

our future appears dim. Arnold D.Weeks,Jr. residents who are interested
Skipping Student Have Why has the funding problem reach- Rt.3 Box 1023,Starke in a Nursing Assistant Course in
ed an acute stage? There are a numberof Starke' this Spring (beginning
II I reasons. For years, the county January 8) should contact the Santa
I balanced its budget by using carry-over EPA Sees DangerOf Fe Community College Andrews
!I Responsibility to Themselves funds from the previous fiscal period. Acid Rain Center. nTne six 'week non-credit
I Instead of investing the surplus funds it course is''designed to.develop a
Driving by Bradford High School in was politically expedient to avoid new From IncineratorConcerns degree of skill for nurses aides that
I students beljeyiithey're putting one taxes and roll back the millage. The about the possible will meet nursing home standards.
the morning you see students walking over on the teachers and their parents.Of combination of rolling back the millageand acid rain Is causing the U.S.dangers'of En- Graduates would become Certified
I away from campus. A mother has course, the skippers are really put- balancing the budget using carry- vironmental Protection Agency to Nursing Assistants as.required by
her missed over funds helped create the economic Florida law.
reported daughter 112 review permit
themselves. granted to Union Camp
ting one over on
j classes in the first 70 days of school, and crisis the county now faces. There are Corporation to operate an incinerator in The cost of the1course is approx
she was never notified. There is opportunity at BHS to learn no longer! any carryover funds in the the State of Georgia. imately $80, which includes application -
enough to hold down a good job or to go county coffers. EPA officials say they may order tuition, lab fees and book.:
Any day at BHS some<< 120 students are to college. Most .students realize the State'mandated programs have also Union Camp to add a $27 million scrubber ,test Applicants must take the TABE
at the
absent, most legitimately. value of an education.'Those who don't contributed greatly to the fiscal to the incinerator project at its Center. Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
BHS officials admit there is pressures on local governments. Jails, Savannah mill.
a problem must be made, in one way or another, to Union "For more Information please call
solid waste disposal, transportation, Camp was granted a permit
with the
keeping with absentees. SFCC
up attend school.; are just a few of the areas impacted by from the Georgia Department of Andrews Center at
964-5382.
Somewhere- from the teachers filling State mandates. The State Natural Resource last
provides little April to In-
out absentee lists each class: period, get- The school can't do it all,Tea hers do if any, of the funding necessary for cinerate hydrogen sulfur gases in an effort
ting them to the office, then the names well to teach those wh'o are present. Administrators implementing mandated programs. to eliminate the plant's smelly
being recorded and put into a computer, ld"not. have to spend Whether citizens agree or not with the discharges. But EPA is now concerned
lists administrators hours each day tracking down mandates, these programs must be that the incineration process may increase
the being printed .
funded by local government or the State emissions of another compound,.
going over them and hagging chronic absentees. es i_ will withhold revenues such as the gas sulfur) dioxide, ,which contributes to
skippers- there is a breakdown. Or,' Parents should-' hi fie,' certain their acid rain.

maybe it's just too much busy work for children are in school. They should con- tax.Lack of growth in the private sector also The U.S. Department of Interior has

administrators whose time is taken up tact BHS and make certain school of- has contributed to an Insufficient tax cinerator expressed project concerns whose about Increased the in- v

by more pressing matters.In ficials have their correct. phone number base for generating revenues for discharges of sulfur dioxide could

any case, it's becoming clear that and can react:: ? them' to report the funds government, the county use. If U,forced due to to lack reduce of threaten plant life at the Savannah

BHS administrators and teachers must absence of their child.After all, parentsare services that contribute to the quality of Wildlife Interior Refuge. A spokesman for the

tighten up attendance procedures.Most ultimately .,respopsible. for their life in our community the business community cinerator would Department increase said sulfur the dioxide in- ,
will) also suffer. Few industriesare
probably, if the current problem children. willing to relocate to an area where from 1,268 pounds an hour to 3,306 J
will With their trail students local cannot afford pounds an hour, l
somebody on government to offer
persists, suggest erec- parents A spokesman for Union Camp said ii '-..
ting a fence around the BHS campus. would find it more difficult to fall services such as transportation, police' would cost the company $6.5 million a A'

Sure, it'd be easier to control atten- through the cracks. protection recreational, fire and rescue. service, and year to operate scrubber, in addition BrijitNewYurPeace .
dance if the high school was operatedmore programs.Lost 'to the $27 million cost to Install the >t
But remember that 98
please some
in all the confusion surrounding device.
like a detention.center. percent of our high school students try the proposed assessmentthe the impen- prosperity'

The high ,school staff should be to do what is right. They'attend school, ding problem of 1 4 and happiness
teaching responsibility. Students should earn passing grades, and live decent the Bradford County Comprehensive : 1< ',be your with
Growth Plan. Failure to submit
be taught it Is their responsibility to at- lives. That's why there should be no that will realistically meet the a future plan the New Year

tend school, that it is a privilege, that an fence around the BHS campus. need of the county will result In severe .1'J: < <, .. ,t'

education is invaluable. Why penalize the responsible majority ..: consequences. If the State does not ap-' .' '" '1:9'l': .....-....-.... ....-d ',,;

There has always been, and probably to .catch the' relatively few who state prove funds the Comprehensive may be withheld Growth and Plan fur- .'. The circulatory .y t.m ol ,the : ,:;r ;; (m e1Prttp

always will} be, a small) percentage of refuse, out of ignorance, to abide by the ther mandates will be levied on ourcounty. miles human of body blood conulnc".*..!about. and 60.000 :
students too smart to attend class Such rules? .. In particular, no new building laris.ii. capil



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---. Upcoming Events. .a }i'o' .:" ,"t' Spring Arts FestivalSet Try-Outs By SFCC Set Casting

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octal Side ," 7
Mr.' & Mrs. Ancil O. Davis The 21st Annual Spring Arta Santa Fe Community College will
to Celebrate 50th AnniversaryA Festival being held April 7 and 8, hold auditions for the Retired Ar-

the News reception to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of Ancll and applications 1990.in Gainesville for,is entertainers.now accepting tisans production of"Foxfire",writ-

of Mary Davis will be held at the Bradford Family Restaurant on Sunday. Dancers, musicians, storytellersand ten by Susan Cooper and Hume
and 7:30
Cronyn,January 7 8 at p.m.
January 7, from 2 to 4 p.m. children's '
performers in-
'Birtns Announcements 'Parties The reception will be hosted by Ancil and Mary's children: Johnny vited to apply. are in building E auditorium in
Davis Linda Baffles and Donna Crawford. The festival Is Gainesville.The play tells the storyof
Q Engagements "Weddings Church All/friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. event and entertainers a free perform community on a changing times in Appalachia.of the old and new
generations
Events Meetings gratis basis.More than 120,000 spec-
Men and women ages 20-70 are
Call 964-6305 Ask for Socials Mann-Parrish GatheringSet art tators and are fun.expected for a weekend of needed for the production. A 30-45

._ year old who can sing and play
- Dec. 30 For an application,write to Spring
---- for Saturday, is also needed.
",,,. ,,.0," ....... ....... Arts Festival, P.O. Box 1530 guitar The will 15-17
Friends and relatives of the Mann-Parrish families are invited to their Gainesville FL play run February
32602 or call (904)
t annual gathering to be held Saturday, Dec. 30, at the Union County 372-1976. and 22-24. For more information,
I Recreational Complex. call 395-5306 5310.ttAPP'f .

.... [ n f fi The basket luncheon will begin at 2 p.m.


,..,.." ;),, Full Gospel Mission

"",. .)... ,::.'.. : Sets Revival Dates -
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.,,:'..'I': Full Gospel Mission,Highway 100 at New River,will host a revival star 'I

.. i ting Jan. 7 through Jan. 12.
/r Service will begin on Sunday Jan. 7, at 6 p.m. Nightly services will be E I .
held man.at 7:30, Monday through Friday. Speaker will be Rev.Wendell Pitt- s NEW !

Everyone is cordially invited to attend.

Young at Heart MeetingSet ff3St

Rtli1 for January 4 tG ftTII

The Young at Heart of the First Baptist Church will have their regular (
monthly meeting Thursday January 4,at noon in the new fellowship hall. gt
Lunch will be provided by the church.

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(. i Introducing A New Addition... lance

Vivian D.Thornton' ;
Randall A.Griff
John Mcllwaine Palmer, Jr. Emmanuel Athens 5Yoe( .:;:
1 1 Jodi L.Ballinger Vivian D. Thornton, Underhill
James A.Bray John and Ann Palmer of Hampton 3
it Randall A. Griffis announce the birth of a son, John Dale and Maria Underhill of So>I I1P\
Jodi Ballinger, Announce Wedding McIlwaine Palmer Jr. on Dec. 14, Starke announce the birth of a son, 3>(
James Bray 1989 in Alachua General Hospital.He Emmanuel Athens, born Dec. 12 in ( @ y@tW.Glenda's
Announce PlansMr. weighed 8 lbs. 15 oz. and Alachua General Hospital. Emmanuel
EngagementJoseph measured 21 1/2 In. weighed 7 Ibs. 4 oz.
Wayne and Sandra Kay & Mrs. W.J. Thornton of Paternal grandparents are
Ballinger of Starke announce the Starke wish to announce the engage- Manley and Betty Nugent of Prince Paternal are Gene
engagement of their daughter, Jodi ment of their daughter, Vivian George,VA and the late Conrad Clay and Joan Underhill.grandparents Paternal great
Lynn, to James Arthur Bray, son of Darlene Thornton to Randall Alvin Palmer. Paternal great grandparents grandmothers are Georgia Waters Shear Design
Franklyn and Marilyn Bray of Griffis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin are Ira and Lilian Gibbs of and Violet Underhill, all of Starke. I
Highgate Falls, Vermont. Griffis of Raiford. Etterick, VA.Maternal 118 N. Thompson St. Starke. Florida
The wedding will Jeff
take place Wedding plans will be announcedat grandparents are
February 17. 1990, in the Starke a later date. and Helen Baker of Hampton.
Woman's Club.
The bride-elect is a 1985 graduateof
i Harry S. Truman High School t
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Taylor, Michigan and is currently a Did you know.... rr
dispatcher with the Starke
Police ..
Department.The .that Sue Ellen Smith daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of
groom-to-be is a 1980 graduateof Starke, graduated from the Univer
School Misslsquoi Valley Union High sity of Florida Friday Dec. 22. She Hanging coral on the bed post, people once believed, would prevent
Swanton, VT., and is cur- received her B.S. in Journalism.
rently employed with Cain Studios, nightmares.
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appreciate your
Pvt. James Kendrick will.
continuing good
great sincerity, we express

Training Graduates In Basic MissouriPvt. 0d appreciation associations. for .many friendly

.E2 James B.Kendrick son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kendrick of Hayes Electric
Graham has completed basic train- I.
ing and combat engineering schoolat Mitchells'
& Air DrugsBobby
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Conditioning
Following a short leave Pvt.Ken- 4
drick will be going to Germany for We welcome the New Year with deep 964-8744 & Carolyn Autry 964-7810
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another tour.Kendrick appreciation for many valued friendships. ,
is a 1989 graduate of -
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TODAY.MONDAY NEW YEARS DAY-NO SCHOOL 'JIj9

TUESDAY,NO SCHOOL TODAY.
WEDNESDAY, Hamburger on Bun, Lettuce iwJj1lIff ,. .z-'
Tomato French Fries,Pears Milk.
THUR8DAYChicken Ice Peanut Butter -
Sandwich, Green Beam, Fruit Cup, Brownie,

PHlDAYiCorndog Milk. ,Baked Beam,Cabbage Slaw r %
Peaches. ,Cookie MIIII.Bradford. .
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MONDAY, NEW! YEARS DAY-NO SCHOOL '- -

TODAY.TUESDAY NO SCHOOL TODAY.
WEDNESDAY, Hamburttr on Bun. French happy
Fries Lettuce*Tomato Chocolate Cake,Milk.THUIIBDAY
!Fried Chicken,Muted Potatoes.
MUlL Gravy Turnip1 Greens. Brownie, Cornbread, New Year : a

FRIDAY, Pizza Garden Salad,Buttered Corn, \
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MONDAY,NEW YEARS DAY-'NO SCHOOL.
TUESDAY,NO SCHOOL TODAY....
WEDNE8DAYPI, Hamburger, Corndop
French Fries,Milkshakes.THURSDAYCheseburgens.
Pisa, French
Fifes Orange Juice,IlUkahaJu. S. .'I'j ..; '
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Pan U TELEGRAPHSouthside Ga eU.Adam Tine ballet periorMarcbeae -
candy canes and clothespin or Casey Moore.Kristin ilor their
Gmi and Kristin
naments. We hope everyone' has a and many other fourth ce. John. Bntuny
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Elementary School News .... safe holiday. graders were
... SIll Grade -News*y Angle While
sad Ouij Sutn:The name of our Santa Fe Community College
I would like to congratulate the From Mrs. NrI bor's 2.d Grade Christmas program was United San-
TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE who scored 100 percent on aH Class We started our"Buddy Journail" tas of America. The program was
people for
Singles
CHRISTMAS: Written by MrsBlackshear tbeutpejling teats for the past cix- .We write to our assigned bud- shown Dec. 12 and 11. Mrs. Offering Classes
and Ms. Wood Fifth weeks. They are Allen Chester, dy each day for a week in our journals Eckenrode: said they had the program
Grade Teachers Celacev Green, Kelly Miller and We change buddies every Mon- to spread joy at Christmas And Homemakers
Twas the night before Chnstmai Latarsba Tyson. day. We are learning a lot about through MusicShe wanted to give
when all through SouthsideNot Not On Dec 6th we walked to the each other and we really are havinga children the opportunity to performin Beginning January 8, Santa Fe vocational and career--- assessment."
a Shark was a-stimng. theatre to see the movie Prancer great time writing! front of sass audience,and to share Community College is offering a counseling,job search activities and
even Coach Clyatt and all Mrs. Nielwte Kindergarten.. their achievements with the school employability kills.
movie us
The was great put class for single parents or
The gradebooks were lost by the into the Christmas spirit has been busy the month of and community John Mc**'" n was homemakers who want to change The program is free for single
students with care Congratulation to Brett Revels on December learning new letters. Grandpa Joe, Brittany Ford was make the transition from parents or homemakers in Alachuaor
careers or
la hopes that their teachers would making straight A's for the 2nd six B\'SZF It E while enjoying making Grandma Louise.Matt Pusateri was homemaking to paid employment.The Bradford counties.Registration is
not really care Christmas decorations. We the Paul required. Call Andrea Ashley at
Terrific Harry Chairman Phillips
weeks and Knsta Fuqua our two week dan which meets
all
snug The on 5th the graders floor were' waited Kid of the Month. GREAT JOB! made Rudolph sandwiches puppets. was Mike The grandchildren were daily from 9 a.m.to I p.m..provides 395-5393.

While bags of Doritos abounded! ,A "

galoreMr Smith is ID his Bugle Boys and

___ Teutons ID jeans
Had just cranked up Miss IlappyNev' ar i3
Johnson speed machine
When out on the campus there "
arose such a clatter '
Fourth graders asked, "What i' <
could be the mutter"
Out to the Pt:: field 3rd grade ran W
in a dash USDA Choice Beef
the hoops and
Jumped through 98
passed Reddish in a flash Jjt- S

should When appear what to my wondering eyes T-BONE ORPORTERHOUSE

But the whole 2nd grade riding a
little yellow bus pulled by 8 teachers
dear
With a fine dashing driver that is Iih Lb.
rata bore :
We knew in a minute it III as JESSEJ.
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More rapid than eagles his teacher

dewed and shouted and STEAK
USDA Choice Beef Boneless
Prices ta tWs atf Tws -
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Now Neighbors Now Hamilton. December 28 : Sirloin Steak. . Lb. 2.58,
Now Tougaw,Now Hobbs December 31. 1In.
On Wasdin. On McKinnej. On -, ?
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We'll travel so fast to the Holly Farms ,
kindergarten playground and stop at

long hurricane In early last fly morning the swings like a Grade AQUARTERS COLLARD: GREENS

When little kindergartners mountto
the sky. lEG
L'p' on the roof top the aides bowthey
flew.
With buses: unloading Mrs Claus
was there too III
And in a twinkling we saw on T V
Carter and Murphy laughing with

glee.As drew in my head and was tur- .
ning around
Out came Mr.Moore checking the
grounds.He 391 o V
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was dressed in C a
a-fishing to go, 2 Liter Diet Coke
Tackle box read,a loud voice call J. -
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He looked like an angler Just readyto "
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a-wagging"What! 2nd bus students, buses: : r-2 ft SUNKISTLEMONSZESTY
are lagging"?"
He crumpled the He slam-
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He screamed at Mrs Hersey. ,. o
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Christmas vacation Don't you all ...... a
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ready to go!"
The teachers started their engines 2 liter Diet Spinet 11/$1'5'9/
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good Merry night Christmas! to all and to all a CrunchyWISE COORS &


From Mn. Toug.. 's 2nd grade: COORS LIGHT WHITEPOTATOES
To celebrate our great time with our
intern, Ms. Davis, we cooked 12/6 pk cut
spaghetti and reindeer stew on Fri CHEEZ
; day, Dec. 8. It was delicious!
From !Mrs. Reddish' 3rd Grade: D >
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from Pizza Hut.They read

four read in"Charlie November.We the. Chocolate Lb

Factory" by Roald Dahl. We then 9ge !
watched the movie, Willie Wonka
and compared the two. We found 1 Bagt.(
that sometimes a book is better than Fresli 11 Oz.

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We've just started "Little HouseIn
the Big Woods" by Laura Ingalls
Wilder. The students are amazed to
read how life was so long ago in the FREE5LB.
mid-west. The "Little 15 Oz. Chopped CollardslMixed3 Pack Butter/Natural
House on the Prairie'program was based on Microwave Food LionPOPCORN 64 Oz. Carton

Ms.more Wilder'of her books.books.We hope HAPPY to read -i FIVE ALIVE JUICE

HOLIDAYS From Mrs! Torode's 3rd Grade: = tt( iil.B3G/ 1NUS -

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L.A.common class.nouns We and have proper been nouns.studying At ease.i 99o

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Building permits for over $9 of r ; S !
million were granted by the building
department in Bradford County and
Luck
Starke during the year 1989, accor- .-
ding to records in the zoning and ,W' J!y .uri
building office located In the City in 90.
Hall in Starke. ,rlThanks
The largest project permitted dur-
ing the year is the new First Na- to our many
tional Bank of Starke being con-
structed at the corner of Orange and friends,we have had a won
Madison Streets, just west of the
Winn-Dixie Marketplace.Estimated derful year. Good luck to all.
to cost over. $500,000, ,
the building was started in
September, and construction is Chasta 's Jewelry
scheduled to be completed by March
1. The bank is expected to be open
for business well before the end of & Gift Gallery 1
that month, according to Chief Ex-
ecutive Officer Alan Hetzel. 104 W. Call St. (Downtown) I ;
Starke Professional Properties, 964-7271
organized by Dr. William Marchese, J
dentist, and Irving Clark, phar- -
macist, have all but completed con- -' ,
struction on a new professional ; 1 1f
building located on West Call Street, ,'. HAVE A
adjacent to the Western Auto Store. : .,
Suwannee Swlfty'Store .
Estimated to cost $253,400,
struction was started in early July.con- A fuwannee Swifty tore will won open at the corner of Old Lawtey Road and SR-10 eat of Starke for the SGTM
Drs. Marchese and J. E. Denmark convenience of resident In that area.
have moved their practices to the -'
new building, and are now open at h EW YEAR
:.. the new location. The west wing,
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available for rent for related profes- a o e

sional permit use. has been issued to Dis- 1000ycs>> >> I 1990 t oo
count Auto Parts for a 5.850 square
feet building at 709 S. Walnut Street, ,, '1'i' ./.
the former Marion Tire Service ....
which is now out of business. At a
cost of construction estimated at : nineteen ninety.THOMAS .
$234,000, this was Jhe third largest 1 jJ
construction pfVJf (!;during the srs t
... wry year. However; BO action iii has been r' \ ,
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The Taco bell Food Service was to o ::1"
next in estimated cost of construc- hem ; ,
tion in 1989, at $197,000. The permitwas he rse
issued in January for the 2,200 of ,
9h
feet building which was competed s /SY1iiPPY Happy Holidays '"\.
in February, celebratingtheir VCCess
grand opening Feb. 25th. Special ::1, ; May the New Year hold many
The Junior Food Mart and Texaco
gas station, built at the corner of greetings to .') happy times for. you and yours.
Madison and US-301 by Freeman patronsand r
Register III at an estimated cost of friends.
$145,000, was completed in early Pep-O Food & Gas
June. NEW 1EAR ;
The Coastal Mart, which replaced BadcockFurniture "
the Joy Food Store at the southwest
,o. corner of the same intersection,was 620 S. Walnut St.
estimated to cost $110,000. It was
completed in late June
A permit has been issued for a -
Swannee Swifty convenience storeat AUTO PARTSStarke
the intersection of SR-16 and Old
Lawtey Road, for an estimated con- e 964-5611
struction cost of $96,000. Construction -
there is all but complete, exceptfor
landscaping and Installing
gasoline pumps. This store should
open before the end of January.A .
1,536 sq. ft. addition to the Brad- f .
ford County Health Department was
permitted in October, estimated at n
$61,400. Construction there is still in .av ti
progress, and should be completed

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I Forest ;fts;; BHS in Tourney FinalTornado throughout the New Year.


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Or ,* cagers were never in the height. side added'12 points. *. Milt. Felllnl,. t. "..,..... flMdw 7. Durrance Pump Supply & Well Drilling
championship game in the Ocala BHS came out tight committing "Over-all I was pleased with the .....M.1... 1.
Breeders Tournament which host turnovers missing shots and get way the team played," said Coach 864N.TempteAve. Starke .
Ocala Forest won 65-51 last Friday ting whistled down by the Ocala of- Roland Cummings, who points out BUS 57 Clearwater 56 964-7061
night, Dec.22. ficials for committing fouls. BHS played two of the toughest Truin Blye drove quickly betweentwo
Forest got the championshiptrophy. Bradford's two leading !scorers teams in the tournament, Dixie Holl- Clearwater High big players fora
Bradford High got the Pedro Carter and Wendell Hudson ings and Clearwater High, and performed lay-up which gave Bradford High a
runner-up trophy. got in early foul trouble and spent a very well. 57-56 win in the preliminaries of the
BHS beat Dixie Hollings High good amount of time on the bench. But, said Coach Cummings, a Ocala Breeders Touramcnt last
from St.Petersburg by five points, Nobody took up the slack. team can't get down that much as it Thursday night, Dec. 21. -
73-68, in the opening round. The Tornado Hudson ended high man for BHS did against OF and come back. "We It was a big win for BHS, said .
five squeaked 52-51 by Clearwater with 19 points. Truin Blje scored 15 were flat to start out and just Coach Roland Cummings. .time
High last Thursday night, points. couldn't get in the game," the coach Clearwater guard Leonard Hayes, .
Dec. 21, in a tight game in which Forest played a 2-3 sagging who had three point shots duringthe
BHS made 19 of 33 free throws and defense, falling back to group under said.Coach Cummings feels OF and game,tied the game at 54-54 with
Clearwater made six of eight free the basket and out-positioning BHS BHS are pretty evenly matched 22 seconds remaining with a long

throws.In for rebounds. teams, but thinks Forest played 3-point shot.
BHS finally went to the same 2-3 about as well as it could while BHS Point guard Reggie Sheffield was
the championship game, the OF zone, sagging defense to make played poorly below its ability. fouled and made one end of a one-
Knights ran up 11-0 advantage in the Forest shoot over them. BHS playeda ... opening of the game, winning.the conservative game, taking few 0..'....... It 10 11 17 U 55-54. Then big man Sean Pell,
first period 19-6 BHS lost the second long shots but trying to work the ball ...,""rtI High,Train' lly.I,l-t/t-ll.D...'.,....,. bucketed one to put Clearwater up Snj4'
period 18-15, tied the third 11-11, and in for high percentage shots. I.0-4. ...|,.M oM''.'ld I.M. r..fr. Cort.r I.1.IIdome. ... 56-55.
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lost the fourth period 1714. BHS Greg McGinnis, playing inside, led .l IS,._.0...Willi...I.*.*".It- .JoM McO'' BHS brought the ball to half court-
made 7 of 12 free throws. OF made Forest with 20 pOints. Guard Greg nil. t-l/14.10"...,.itPlM.',,.,IxinMt where Coach Cummings called time Ira
18 off 30 free throws. Thirteen fouls Williams shot over the Tornado .../...Mori McN.II 0-1 Mlk.'.11''..I../*-..D.... out with 13 seconds remaining. BHS
were called on OF, 23 on BHS. defense some and drove in for close 1.0.7. ToMlii I.U'''/ .''. inbounded the ball to Wendell Hud-
BHS was outrebounded 46 to 35. shots other times to end with 19 iHtliti ii The two teams were comparable in points. Kenvnn Fletcher. working in lorry I...111.10.01.111.,.....C..r i.CI......
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Palatka ., .... ." May it bring

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days,

Using a full court press as well as best of friends

they have so far this season Tornado '
cagers, then 5-2, turned an eight ",-I; A abundant
pomt deficit into a three point 60-57 happiness.
win over Class 4A Palatka High, 0-4, New Year
on the Bradford High floor Dec.15.
Truin Blye made three straight Peace prosperityand
steals "to really get us going, said
Coach Rowland Cummings. Already happinessbe

down by two, 31-29, the Tornado five. yours with
was cold and got outscored 18-8 In
the third period, and were down by the New Year. Williams
eight points. 4739. Jewelry
Coach Cummings had started the .V. .J.. .V.Jiti1 Dr. & Mrs. CarlosM.
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game using a press
because he feels this Tornado team Best of everything to all our friends. Hernandezand Deerfoot Village 964-4367

lacks the depth and experienced Office Staff.
guards to run a full court press for
the entire game. BHS kept it close
the first hall, and was down by four, Lady Bug FloristJudy. -
16-12, after the first period. BHS won
the second period 19-13 and cut the Lila, Phyllis & Anna
deficit to two points at the half. 964-4956 1005 S. Water St.
But the cold third period allowed
Palatka to open the eight point ad
vantage.
Clarence Williams bucketed eightof
his 12 points in the fourth period
turnaround, Pedro Carter scored 8
points and Truin Blye 5 as BHS won
the fourth period 21-10.
Coach Cummings was happy the
BHS five didn't collapse after cat.

ching up with Palatka, but maintained ,1 4r
its advantage and seemed to get rt .i: a

stronger."I .
was proud of the way we fought
back," said Coach Cummings. "We
were definitely more patient offen-
sively,"the coach said, meaning the op
Tornado players waited for a good o Op
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percentage shot.
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Wendell Hudson led BHS with 20 0 0o

points, a good job against Palatka 1I
center Donald Lockhart, who scoreda 0 0O
game high 33 points.Coach Cumm- oa aO
ings says Lockhart is one of the best
basketball players in the state.

Truin Blye scored 15 points, Pedro O e 1 + 1 '
Carter 13 and Clarence Williams 12.
Williams led the team in reboun- i ir
ding with 9, and with the 12 points 0u i
turned in a solid performance, sailCoach 0 0 00 1- :
Cummings. Williams.leads $5
the team In rebounding In the first .
seven games with a total of 75 re-

bounds and 10.7 per game average. .
BHS does not play an easy opponent '
or have a sure win this season, I I .
points out Coach Cummings. Every I : t
team has improved and BHS with We- we grateful ,

less play good experience basketball and every depth game must to for old friends III o-- ., .... .. ... .. .
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Upcoming.Regular season.. play resumes :.C:8J m We_ appreciate your patronage. .

Tuesday Jan. 2, with a Dist. 2-3A '
contest at Ocala Forest:Because the 0114.7506 503
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feet: South 0506'10" East 123.91 feet; West, parallel with said Northerly boun, Block E EXCEPT South 10 feet of East 146 vs.,

I ((3)) Thence 1 leave told high water line dory 296.16 feet to an Iron set on the feet and EXCEPT East 84 feet of North 41 ALBERT .. YOUNG, JR., o/k/o FRANK
,;., ; k \' South 799746" West 315.22 Westerly boundary of aforesaid tract feet; and lot between Blocks B and E, YOUNG: The Unknown Heirs, Devisee,
IJ. and run ,
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West, 242.68 feet to a point 90 feet shorton degrees 46 minutes and 13 seconds EXCEPT 146 feet, and North 2 feet of lot Creditors, Trustees: or,Other Clalrnontsclolnxlng

.J of this East, along last said Westerly boundary, 3. Block E. EXCEPT East 146 feet as plat by, through, vncjer or againstALBERT
this beorln of call
.,...r--...... --.......___. __. ______. --. ; (5)Thence run South(1)) 7831'09"description West 143.86 feet to the POINT OF BEGINN. of N.J, Jones Addition to the Town of F. YOUNG JR.. who Is not
known to be dead alive, BARNETT
Starke. or
NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTHJUDICI"'L and parallel with Call ((1) a distance of ING.has RECOVERY.! CORPORATION, Florida
OF Clark
INTENTIONTO Parcel Two: Situated at 321 a
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 1160 feet, mar or 1 less, to the East right- been filed against you ALBERT F.
REGISTERFICTITIOUS FLORIDA of-way line of Slot Road No. 21; (6)) YOUNG. JR., a/k/a FRANK YOUNG; The Street Stork, Florida and described as corporation, f/k/a State Wide Collection
BRADFORD
COUNTY,
NAME follows: The lots, pieces or parcels of Corporation; CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA;
Unknown Devisees Grantees
,
Thence run North 2518'43" Wait, and Heirs ,
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Floridu CASE NO. 89-360-CA land situated In the County of Bradford. and ROYAl ...PPLIANCES'MFG.. CO.:
Trusteesor
Llenors
along the said East right-of-way a Assignees, Creditors
Statute, notice It hereby given that the FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOANASSOCIATION Slate of Florida known and described as Defendants.
Oth.r Claimants
distance of 60 feet, more or 1 less, to the claiming by
undersigned, TOD J. SAMONS. 336 N. OF PUTNAM COUNTY, Point of Beginning and to close. through, under or against ALBERT F. follows: to-wit: East 84 feet of Lot I, _. NOTICB OF.ACTIpN

St. Clair St., Stark, Florida 32091: coleowner Plaintiff, TOGETHER WITH all of the property lying YOUNG JR.. who Is not known to bedead Block E as per mop or plot of N.J. Jon..' TO: ROYAL APPLIANCE. MFG. CO.. an :
doing business under the firm vt. between the or alive and BAILEY ADVERTISING Addition as recorded In Deed Book N at Ohio corporation not authorized! to do
Easterly boundary..Jhe ;
name of AMERICAN HORSE TRADER JACK-W. FAGAN and ANNE Y. FAftAN--,. .property_described herelnobove and the ; and you or. required! to serve a Page 379 of the current public records of business In the State of Florida, John A.

MAGAZINE, 336 N. St. Clair St.. Stark, Huibartd and Wit; ET At., waters of Lake Geneva and Including copy of your written defenses"' If any, to Bradford County, Florida. ALSO beginning Bold President and Registered Agent,

Florida 32091, Intend to regliter said Defendants.NOTICE riparian rights thereunto appertaining It on Kent Rldg. ft Crawford' plaintiff's at NE corner of said Lot 1, Block E 27007 .Wolf. Road Bay Village.. Ohio
flctHloui name under the aforesaid OF ACTIONTO and run Northerly and parallel with 44140. ,
Into the waters of Lake Geneva. attorney, whose address Is: 225 Water "
statute. : PAUL L, GAWLEY, residence Clark Street 52.5 feet more or less to YOU ARE NOTIFIED that 6n action to
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Street, Suite 900, Jacksonville, Florida
unknown but whose last known mailing South side of Black of N.J. Jones Addition the
B foreclose
Dated this 14th day el December A D. a mortgage encumbering
foreclose a mortgage en the foregoing 32202, on or before January 12, 1990
In Bradford County Florida. address It: 4350 Lawn "Avenue Western described property In Bradford County, and file the original with th* Clerk of thence run Westerly along South following property In Bradford County
Illinois 60558; RICHARD J. side of sold Block distance of 84
Florida
12/14 4tpd 1/04; Cont. No. 320 Springs B. a :
Floridajhas/ / been filed and this Court either before service on plain.
GAWLEY residence!;. unknowns but. ., against you tiff's thereafter feet, thence run Southerly parallel with lot 4. Block 2 of HIGHWAY ADDITIONto
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO whose tail known mailing address It: you are required to serve a copy of yourwritten otherwise attorney or default Immediately will be entered; Clark Street a distance of 52.5 feet more Starke, EXCEPT North 10 feet thereof

REGISTER Post Office Box 862. Keystone Heights, defenses If any to It on TITO S. against a for the relief demanded In or less to North edge of said lot 1 of per plat'In PM Book 2 at page 16. public
FICTITIOUS NAME Florida 32656; RUTH M. GAWLEY. SMITH. Plaintiff's Attorney, Post Offlc the complaint you Block E, thence run Easterly along the record qf Bradford County Florida.
or petition.
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida residence unknown but whose lot Drawer 1354 Polatko Florida 32078. on WITNESS hand and seal of this North side of said Lot 1 of Block E a has been filed' against you ALBERT f.

Statute, notice It hereby given that the known malting address It: Post Office or before January ...h. 1990 and file the Court on the my 11th day of December distance of 84 feet to point of beginning YOUNG;'y*.,o/k/Q FRANK YOUNG: The.
undersigned RONALD BENNETT, Route Box 862 Keystone Heights, Florida original with the Clerk of this Court 1989. all being In SE 1/4 of SW 1/4. Section 28, Unknown Heir, Devisees, Grantee,

1 Box 97X N.wberry, Fl 32669 and 32656; ALAN C. FOLEY residence either before service on Plaintiff's Attorney RAY NORMAN Township 6 South Range 22 East. Assignees, llenors, Creditors Trustee
No. known or Immediately thereafter; otherwise Parcel Three All of Lot Six and .h. Other Claimant
JOHN NEWSOM 125 NW 23rd Ave., unknown but whose last mailing Clerk of the Circuit Court : or claiming by
14 Galnetvllla, FL 32601, joint( owners, address It: Post Office Box 1019, Mon a default will be entered against By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk South 50 feet of Lot Seven of Block ., through under or against ALBERT F.
doing business under the firm name of tauk New York 11954; YVONNE F. you for the relief demanded In the Complaint 12/'"4tchg 1/04; Cont. No. 327 of HIGHWAY .ADDITION the Town of YOUNG JR., who I I. not known to be

SIGNS GALORE 1640-B, S. Walnut St., FOLEY residence unknown but what or Petition. Slarke, according to the plot thereof dead or alive; BARNETT RECOVERY CORPORATION
Stark., Florida 32091, Intends to regltter last known malting address It: Post Office WITNESS my hand and the seal I of this IN THE CIRCUIT COURT recorded in the office of the Clerk of the a Florida corporation f/k/a

told fictitious name under the aforesaid Box 1019 Montauk New York Court on the 1st day of December 1989. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Circuit Court of Bradford County State Wide Collection, Corporation; and

ttatut J 11954; HERBERT CRAMER residence: RAY NORMAN. Circuit Civil No. 407-CA Florida In Plat Book No. 2, page 16. CITY.OF STARKE, FLORIDA, qnd you ore

Dated this 7th day of December A.D. unknown but whose last known mailing Clerk of Circuit Court FORTUNE SAVINGS BANK etc.. Plaintiffvs. has been flied against you ALBERT F. required.to serve a copy of your written

I In Bradford County Florida. address It: 1048 Alecont Road St, By:Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk YOUNG JR., a/k/a FRANK YOUNG; The defenses, If any to If on Kent, Ridge A

I 12/07 4tpd 12/28; Cont. No. 303. Augustine,. Florida 32084; DANIAL: A.REBER :. 12/07..tchgI2/28; Cont. No. 302 DEVERNE AARON et al.. Defendants Unknown Heirs Devisees, fonts Crawford plaintiff'*attorney! whose address

residence unknown but whose NOTICE OF SALE Assignees, llenors, Creditors, Trusteesor Is MS Water Street Suite WO
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO last known mailing address It: 3819 Fort IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto Other Claimants claiming by. Jacksonville, Florida 33203. on or before

REGISTER Avenue, Lynchburg Virginia 24502. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR the Order or Final Judgement of enteredIn Brad through under or against ALBERT F. January 12, 1990 and file-the original l
the Circuit Court *
FICTITIOUS NAME AND IF THEY BE DEAD TO ANY AND BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ford this County cause In Florida I will ..lIth. property YOUNG. JR., who Is not known to be with the Clerk of this Court either before

ALL PERSONS CLAIMING AS HEIRS CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-387-CA situated In Bradford County dead or alive, BAILEY ADVERTISING: service on plaintiff' attorney or lm" .'

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida DEVISEES GRANTEES ASSIGNEES FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida Flnrlrtn rtovrrlheti cur ElZIE S. SANDERS and SANDRA P. mediately thereafter: otherwise a

Statutes, notice It hereby given that the LIENORS CREDITORS TRUSTEES OR corporation Plaintiff lots ".5 and 8, Block 14,-LINCO"I.N CTr SANDERS his wife: and you are requiredto default will be entered against you for
undersigned SAL FLURIACH and EDDIE OTHER CLAIMANTS UNDER SAID DEFENDANTS the relief demanded In the ,
Galneivllle TY, In Section 32 Townshop 6 South, serve a copy of your viritten defenses. complaint or
DUGGER. 4104 NW 69th St., : AND TO ANY AND ALL OTHER vsALBERT F. YOUNG. JR.; The Unknown Range 22 East, Bradford County Florida. if any to It on Kent, Ridge A Crawford petition.

Florida 33609 Joint firm owners of, BRAD doing PERSONS OR CORPORATIONS HAVINGOR Heirs, Devisees, Grantees Assignees, ot public sale, to the highest and best plaintiff attorney whose address is: WITNESS my hand and. seal ol this

business under GUN the AND name PAWN SHOP CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN AND TO Llenors, Creditors, Trustees of Other bidder for cash at the front door of the 225 Water Street, Suit. 900 Jacksonville Court an the llth day ol December

FORD 1755 N.COUNTY Temple Avenue, Stark. Florida THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS IN Claimants claiming by. through underor Bradford County Courthouse In Slarke, Florida 32202 on or before 1989 .

intends to register told fictitious BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA, TO-WIT against ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., whoIs Florida at 11:00: a.m. on 4 January January 12, 1990 and file the originalwith RAY NORMAN
32091
under the aforesaid ,'a'u'.. A parcel of land being lying andsituated not known to be dead or alive; BAILEY 1990. the Clerk of this Court either before Clerk ot the Circuit Court

name Dated this 19th day of December A.D. In Section 25,Township 8 South ADVERTISING; and ROYAL APPLIANCEMFG. RAY NORMAN, service on plaintiff's attorney or Immediately By: Carol William, Deputy Clerk .?I
22 East Bradford Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court 12/14 4tchg 1/04, Cont. No. 325
1989 In Bradford County Florida. Range County ., CO.; Defendants. thereafter: otherwise a .
12/21..pd 1/11; Cont. No. 335 and more particularly described ae NOTICE OF ACTIONTO By: Carol Williams. Deputy Clerk default will be entered against you for ::(;i : ... ': :.... : :
IZ/212tchg 12/28 Cont. No. 331 !
A .. follows: : ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO., an : the relief demanded 1,.%. ttiA...- tom P taint' f\f.-
NOTICE OF Commence at the Northwest corner of Ohio corporation not authorized to do petition. (Holiday HintsThe : !.
EIGHTH
CIRCUIT COURT
IN THE
SHERIFF'S SALE the Northeast One Quarter of the business In the State of Florida John A. WITNESS my hand and seal of this

Southwest On. Quarter of said Section Batch President and Registered "Agent JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Court on the 11th day of December :!>: )oo:!>; : ....,.: "" : ro- !-a:.

Notice It hereby given that I, KennethEtheridge 25 and run South 367 feet; thence run 27007 Wolf Road Bay Village, Ohio BR"'DFORDCOUNTY. FLORIDA 1989. holidays are only a few short
at sheriff of Bradford County East and parallel with the North line of 44140. CIVIL ACTION NO. 89.383.CA RAY NORMAN. to think
Florida under and by virtue of Writ of the South 1/2 of said Section 25 a YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court weeks away. With so mach
about it's to overlook an essential
Execution to wit: distance of 2110.54 feet to the Easterly foreclose a mortgage encumbering the corporation Plaintiff. By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk easy
Execution issued out of County Courtof line of Slat Rood No. 21 item at this time of year: :yourcamera.
right-of-way : following property In Bradford County vsALBERT 12/14 4tchg 1/04; Cont. No. 326
Alachua Florida too F. YOUNG JR. The Unknown
County pursuant thence continue East a distance of 1392.0 Florida : ,
Final Judgement for Sun Bank ofGainesville : Heirs, Devisees, Grantees; Assignees,
feet, thence run South 6345" East, 322.0feet A parcel of land containing 1.00 acres, -.-- ------- .-----
and JametE.
Florida against Trustees Other
thence South 35*30'West 578.0 of Llenors Creditors or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
defendant In the amount of run more or less, and lying In the SE \f4
Holder underor
feet thence South 7TV West 128.7 South Claimants claiming by through JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
2501.99 together with costs of collec ; run SW 1/4 of sec'l3Town'hlp6 : ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., whoIs
feet thence run South 0500 East, 348.00 against BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
; Rang. 22 East, Bradford County Florida.
be dead alive, BAILEY
known
tion.Have feet thence South ''''31' West, 30 not to or CIVIL ACTION NO. 89.280.CA I 7
run
;
seized and have In my possession Sold parcel being a portion of the tract ADVERTISING; ElZIE S. SANDERS and r
the following described p.raonalprop.r.y feet; thence run South 7831'09" West described In O.R. Book 172 Page 27 of SANDRA P. SANDERS his wife, and FNB PROPERTIES INC.. a FloridaCHURCH

to-wit: 1989 ASPT T1Homemade 1834.20 feet to a concrete monument on' the public records of said County and being APPLIANCE MFG. CO. Defen
ROYAL ;
( Trailer). the Easterly right-of-way line of sold more particularly described as (; J
At the of the flbpye ,nqmed StctfeiRoad No,2ltsald concrete monument ** dants. 'It h,,. .. ,
; property follows: Commence at an Iron pipe hs CE ,
NOTICE t +
OF ACTION
..,, ',.va.a. : s.r. 1M
that 1550 Southerly as
defendant.aqd on Tu.sd9)j..h.J6th)( being feet I found *f> 4he NWoonn.fe4d-tract TO ROYAL APPllANCEMFOTtO., an ,
Soy of JarxWry, 1990 at 2:00: pffrfsold crf asri'd'olorTjsuftEasterly rightofway -' : OF GOD
l
(O.R. Book 172, Page 27)) too POINT OF Ohio corparallon'no' authorized to do (
of the premises of the"Brbdford line from 367 feet South of
Jay ,
a point
BEGINNING and run South 77 degrees, 64-5443
John 422 N. St.Clair
of Florida A.
business In the State 'Wfd..
sale and sell
for
offer
will
County Jail I the North line of th. South 1/2 of sold
57 minutes and 06 seconds East, along
President and Registered Agent John Pastor
hand Spratlln.
bidder for cash In Batch "
the
highest
to and sold concrete monument
Section all those
the thereof 309.55 To capturing once
boundary
Northerly
the above described property of said being the Point of Beginning of this 27007 Wolf Road Bay Village, Ohio %We> Invite you to worship( with ut ensure
the boundary following
defendant to satisfy the aloresoud Ex fet to an Iron set on Westerly 44140. in a lifetime shots suggest
description. ((1)) Thence run North of the right-of-way of State Road Attended NSund.ySchaoi rules
ecution. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to .... .,. .._... 10 am a few simple :
78"31'09" East, 1613.13 feet to a concretemonument "" -
No. 200 (U.S. 301)) thence South 16degrees
KENNETH ETHERIDGE Sheriff : foreclose encumbering the the background. It can
In the approximate ordinary a mortgage Morning Worship ._..___ 11 sat Watch
Bradford County Florida high water line of lake Geneva; (2) 05 minutes and 08 secondsWest following property In Bradford County Evening Service .?_____. Epos I enhance or detract from the beautyof
Cont. No. 334 along said Westerly boundary
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:<.I : described as follows: Commence at the judgement: "A" and run S 02 deg. IS min 52 sec. W. Each and every person having any Interest

Southeast corner of said Southeast A tract of land situated In the along said centerline, 365 feet more or whatever In the enactment of this

I ; quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 or Southeast One Quarter of the Northeast less to the Northerly right of way line of proposed ORDINANCE should appear

f SW 1/4)) and run West, along th. South One Quarter of Section 23 Township 7 County Road No. 18 and the end of sold and be heard at the time and place

boundary thereof 90 feet to the West South Range 21 East Bradford County easement prescribed

,,___,..,..,.., '" ...- I boundary of the right-of-way of State Florida; said tract being more particular. DATED December 21, WW-NORMAN. BOARD OF BRADFORD
Rood thence said ly described as follows: Begin at an Iron
- --- 325; North along West Clerk of the Circuit Court COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH to serve a copy of your written defenses, boundary 964 feet to the Point of Beginn pipe at the Southeast corner of the 12/21 2tchg 12/28; Cont. No. 332 Itchg 12/28; Control 311; PO3723
If to it ing. From Point of Beginning thus Southeast One Quarter of the Northeast -
any on Kent Ridge A Crawford,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
One Quarter of Section 23 and N 01
described continue North along said run STATE OF FLORIDA
plaintiff's whose address APPLICATIONFOR
attorney Is NOTICE OF
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 225 Water : West boundary 356 feet more or lest, to deg. 26 min. 01 sec. E, along the Eastline DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
CIVIL ACTION NO. 89-279-CA: Street Suite 900 Jacksonville the North boundary of said Southeast of said Section 23 a distance of REGULATION REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF

fNB PROPERTIES. INC., a Florida Florida 32202 on or before quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of 1316.27 feet to the Northeast Corner of NOTICE OF INTENT THE LAND USE PLAN

ccipoiation.. Plaintiff January 12, 1990. and file th. original SW 1/4)), thence West along said North the Southeast One Quarter of the Northeast TO ISSUE PERMIT An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive
with the Clerk of this Court either before Land Use Plan Element and
VS boundary 1230 feet more or less, to the One Quarter; thence run N 88
ALBERT F. YOUNG. JR., o/k/Q FRANK service on plaintiff's attorney or Immediately Westerly boundary of said Southeast deg. 34 min. 20 sec. W; along the North The Department of Environmental Map by Bradford County Florida, In accordance .

YOUNG; The Unknown Heir. Devisees, thereafter; otherwise a quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of line of sold SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 a Regulation hereby gives notice of Its Intent with the local Government

Grantoes. Assignees Honors, default will be entered against you for SW 1/4)), thence South along sold distance of 507.47 feet to an Iron pipe; to Issue a permit to Mr. Bill Thyrber! Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as

Creditors; Trustees or Other Claimants the relief demanded In the complaint or Westerly boundary 356 feet more or thence run S 00 deg 36 min. 20 ..c. W, Assistant Secretory-OMB Departmentof provided lor In Chapter 163 at. ,the

claiming by through under or against petition. less, to the Northwest corner of lands 771.38 feet to an iron pipe; thence run N Corrections who applied April 17, Florida Statutes.TO .

ALBERT F. YOUNG JR.. who Is not WITNESS my hand and seal of. this heretofore conveyed to Oscar Estes and 80 deg. 29 min. 20 sec. W, 631.48 'feet to 1989 to the Department of Environmental : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other

known to be dead or alive KIERT SUN- Court on the 11th day of December Marilyn Estes, his wife (se* Official an Iron pipe on the East line of a 30 foot Regulation for a permit to temporarily Interested persons. .. .+'

DUSADEE and CRISANTA; V. SUN- 1989. Record Book 101, Page 249)). thence Eo.t.poroll.1 Easement for Ingress and Egress; thencerun operate a 1.3 MGD trickling filtersewage You and each of You are hereby and
RAY NORMAN with said South boundary ofSoutheast S 01 deg. 28 min. 56 sec, W, along treatment facility with aerated herewith notice In accordance
DUSADEE. hit wife; BARNETT RECOVERY of Southwest sold East line 595.0 feet more or less to and 60 (Including given
quarter quarterSE holding ponds a acre
Clerk of the Circuit Court Nwith Florida Statutes that the Board of
CORPORATION a Florida corporation Carol ( 1/4 of SW 1/4)) 1230 feet more or the Northerly right of way line of County buffer zone) overland flow field applica-
By: Williams, Clerk of Bradford
I k, a State Wide Collection Corporation: Deputy less, to the West boundary of State Road Road No. 18; thence run Southeasterly tion system. The final effluent Is County Commissioners
CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA; and ROYAL 12/14 4tchg 1/04; Cont. No. 324 along sold of line County. Florida have designated the
325 and Point of Beginning and contain Northerly right way discharged to an unchonneled swamp to

APPLIANCE MFG. CO.: Defendants. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH ing ten ((10)) acres more or less. 340.0 feet more or less to an Intersectionwith the New River serving the Florida State Bradford County Zoning and Planning

NOTICE OF ACTIONTO JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DATED December 21, 1989. the South lineal said SE 1/4 of the Prison Complex, located at the State Board to conduct a public hearing ot a

ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO., an BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA RAY NORMAN. NE 1/4; thence run East along said South Prison Complex, State Road 16. near regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. in the

Ohio corporation not authorized to do CASE NO: 89.165.CA Clerk of Circuit Court line 770.0 feet more or less to the Point Starke, Bradford County. Florida. This Council Room of Starke City Hall. Stark,

business In th" State of Florida John A. E.D. ALLEN. Plaintiff. 12/21 2tchg 12/28; Cont. No. 333 of Beginning. LESS AND EXCEPT THE permit Is Issued to allow time for the Florida on Tuesday December 26 1989

Balch President ond Registered Agent v. -- --- FOLLOWING: Commence at an Iron pipeat permittee and engineer of record to and make a recommendation to the

27007 Wolf Road Boy Village, Ohion DONALD RICHARD WILSON and GLORIA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH the Southeast Corner of the Southeast evaluate the facility and follow a Board of County Commissioners, and the

44140. FRANCES WILSON his wife, and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR One Quarter of the Northeast One schedule to meet compliance.A Board will consider on Wednesday

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action to FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK a Florida BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Quarter of Section 23 and run N 01 deg. person whose substantial Interestsare January 17, 1990 at the CommissionersRoom '
26 min. 01 sec. E, along the East line of affected by the Department's proposed Bradford Courthouse .
'foreclose a mortgage encumbering the banking corporation Defendants CASE NO: 89-214-CA of the County
said Section distance of decision
1316. 27
23. a permitting may petitionfor
following in Bradford County NOTICE OF SALE WILLIAM F. TRINKS Plaintiff Stark., Florida at 7:30: p.m. on
properly feet to the Northeast corner of the an administrative proceeding (hear-
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 vs. Ordinance to
Florida: Southeast One Quarter of the NortheastOne ing) In accordance with Section 120.57 relating :
Lots 5, 6, 7, and 8 of Block 12, Original Notice is given that pursuant to a final BERNARDO BAEZ and BEVERLY K. BAEZ Quarter; thence run N 88 deg. 34 Florida Statutes. The petition must con The rezoning of the following described
dated December 14, inCase his wife, and FLORIDA NATIONAL
judgement 1989
Town of Starke, except the East 105 feetthereof. min. 20 sec. W, along the North line of tain the Information set forth below and property and amending the Comprehensive -
Number 89.165.CA of the Circuit BANK a Floria Banking Corporation
Section 26. Township 6 South said SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 a distance of must be filed (received) In the Office of Land Use Plan to providethat
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and Defendants
Range 22 East, Bradford County Florida. 507.47 feet to an iron pipe; thence run S General Counsel of the Deportment at land currently zoned RSF-1 and
for Bradford COunty Florida in which NOTICE OF SALE
has bean filed against you ALBERT F. E.D. ALLEN Is Plaintiff and DONALD PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 00 deg. 36 min. 20 sec. W, 771.38 feet to 2600 Blair Stone Road Tallahassee, designated by the plan as Residential

YOUNG JR., a/k/a FRANK YOUNG: The RICHARD WILSON and GLORIA FRANCES Notice Is given that pursuant to a final an Iron pipe; thence run N 80 deg. 29 Florida 32399-2400 within 14 days of Single Family be rezoned to RO. and

Unknown Heirs' Devisees, Grantees, WILSON his wife, and FLORIDA NA- judgement dated December 11, 1939 InCase min 20 sec. West 243.34 feet loan iron publication of this notice. Petitioner designated Residential/Office the property

Assignees. Llenors, Creditors Trusteesor TIONAL BANK a Florida banking corporation Number 89-2U-CA of the Circuit pipe and the point of beginning; thence shall mall a copy of the petition to the of JoAnn Gllsson C Fay
continue N 80 deg. 29 min. 20 sec. W, applicant at the address Indicated aboveat Matheson described as follows: 1 acre
Other Claimants
claiming by are Defendants I will sell to Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and
210.0 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S the time of filing. Failure to file a petition Parcel No 03969.0.00100 In Section 29,
through under or against ALBERT F. the highest and best bidder for cash In for Bradford County Florida In which .
09 30 min. 40 W 210.0 feet within this time period shall constitute
deg. to
YOUNG. JR.. who Is not known to be the lobby of the Bradford County Courthouse WILLIAM F. TRINKS Is Plaintiff and BER sec. Township 6, Range 22, on 1637 W.
dead or alive; KIERT SUNDUSADEE and In Starke, Bradford County NARDO BAEZ ond BEVERLY K. BAEZ his on Iron pipe. Thence run South 80 deg. a waiver of any right such person Madison St., Starke. Florida 32091.
29 mln. 20 E, 105.0 feet have to an administrative
sec. to a point may request
CRISANTA V. SUNDUSADEE his wife; Florida at 11:00: aimon January 4, wife, and FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK, a You are further given NOTICE that a
determination under Section
hereafter referred to Point "A" (hearing)
as ;
1990 the following described Florida banking corporation are Defendants of said proposed ORDINANCE Is
propertyset
BARNETT RECOVERY CORPORATION a thence continue S 80 deg. 29 min. 20 120.57 Florida Statutes copy
Florida corporation f/k/a State Wide forth in the order of final judgement: I will sell to the highest and best sec. this proceedPng. available far your inspection at the office -
to
E, 105.0 feet to an iron pipe; thence run ticipate as a party
A parcel of land lying the Southeast bidder for cosh In the lobby of the Bradford and Planning
of the of
Collection Corporation; and CITY OF N 09 deg. 30 min. 40 sec. E, 210.0 feet to Any subsequent Intervention will only Director Zoning -
STARKE. FLORIDA; and you are required quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/401 County Courthouse In Storke, Bradford the point of beginning. TOGETHER WITHa be at the approval of the presiding officer City Hall Thompson Street, Storke,
SW 1/401 Section 31, Township 7 South County. Florida at 11:00: a.m. on 15 foot easement for Ingress and upon motion filed pursuant to Rule Florida.

28-5.207, F.A.C. Each and every person having any Interest
The application is available for public whatever In the enactment of this

Inspection during normal business proposed ORDINANCE should appear

hours 8:00: a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday and be heard at the time and place

through Friday except legal holidays, atDepartment prescribed.
__. 'u of Environmental Regulation
BOARD OF BRADFORD
Northeast District Office, 3426 Bills
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Road Jacksonville, Florida 32207.
'a Itchg 12/28; Cont. No. 337 Itchg 12/28; Control 310; PO3723


; THE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF
"' REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF
OFFICE THE LAND USE F LAN
THE LAND USE PLAN
An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive
SHOP ; 1iT.ow. Land Use Plan Element and
Land Use Plan Element and
St. Bradford County Florida In accordance
Call Map by
Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance -
with the local Government
Starke
with the local Government
964.5764ALL. Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
for In 163 of the
provided for In Chapter 163 of the provided Chapter
Florida Statutes.TO .
Florida Statutes.TO .
: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other
: All Citizens Taxpayers and other
Interested Interested persons.
persons.You
and each of You hereby andher.t.rlth''giVen
You are
'
3 Ito and each of.you WTireby"dncPherewith ; ;
'
accordancewith
notice In
W r n-s > given rime 14 not.'tot/laftctil '
Florida Statutes that the Board of
I i with Florida Statute* thofths Board of1 I
County Commissioners of Bradford County Commissioners of Bradford

County Florida have designated the County Florida have designated the

Bradford County Zoning and Planning Bradford County Zoning and Planning
Board conduct hearing at a
to a public
Board to conduct a public hearing at a
regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the
regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the
of Starke Hall Starke.
Council Room
Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke City

Florida on Tuesday December 26. 1989. Florida on Tuesday Dec.mb.r26. 1989.
and make recommendation to the
HANGING a
and make o recommendation to the
Commissioners and the
Board of
County
Board of County Commissioners and the
will consider Wednesday
Board on
., Board will consider on Wednesday
17, 1990 at the Commissioner
January 17 1990 at the Commissioners January
Room of the Bradford County Courthouse Room of the Bradford County Courthouse -

Starke, Florida at 7:30: p.m. on
TREE Starke. Florida at 7:30 p.m. an
I. Ordinance relating to:
Ordinance, relating to:
The of the following described -
rezoning
; The rezoning of the following described
the Comprehensive
and
amending -
property
property and amending the Comprehensive
Land Use Plan to provide
rs' ,
Land Use Plan to providethat
land currently zoned RMF-2 and that land currently zoned EA and
ORNAMENTS designated by the plan ok Exclusive
designated by the plan as Residential
:gip 3.ik1.V' Multiple Family be rezoned to RSF- Agriculture, be rezoned to OR, and
Rural the of
designated Open property
} MH-I and designated Residen,
tial/Mobile Home the of SusanM. Betty Lester described ai follows: Approximately
property
: } ".xy ,o Faulkner described as follows: Approximately 1.02 acres In Section 6,

:. ; : ':;'f /t'jj ;. : > .1 q E r,if>;N > .SY : 3.64 acres out of Parcel No. 02007-0-01 Township 6 800., Rang Located 22 East.on SRI6 Parcel West No.,

02217-0-00000 In Section 16 Township 6,
Range 22 East located on North 301. Starke, Florida.
Selected Gifts Store wide You are further given NOTICE that a You are further given NOTICE that a
of sold ORDINANCE I I.
of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is copy proposed
All Christmas copy available for your Inspection at the office
available for Inspection at the office -
your of the Director of Zoning and Planning
60%
OFF of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng
Hall Street, Stark.
Thompson
City Hall Thompson Street, Starke; City .

Florida. Florida.Each and every person having any Interest -,
Gifts Each and having Interest
every person any
whatever In the enactment of this
All 1990 Calendars whatever in th. enactment of thisproposed proposed ORDINANCE should appear

ORDINANCE should appear
and be heard at the time and place
and be heard at the time and place

10 % prescribed., prescribed. BOARD OF BRADFORD

5O % OFF OFF COUNTY BOARD COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD ." 1 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Itchg 12/28; Conti-o1312: PO3723 tchg 12/28; Control 309; PO 3723


This WeekendIF NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 1.. NOTICE APPLICATION

REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF
THE LAND USE PLAN
THE LAND USE PLAN
An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive '
the Comprehensive
An ORDINANCE amending -
Land Use Plan Element and
Land Use Plan Element and
Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance .'
DECIDE BETWEEN. with the local Government
with the local Government
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
.. Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
'
APPLEANT 163 of the
for In
provided for In Chapter 163 of the provided Chapter
Florida Statutes.;
.
Florida Statutes.TO '

IBM, BUY BOTH. Interested: All Citizens,.Taxpayers and other Interested TO: All Citizens persons., Taxpayer and other1.


The answer Is both. Now you can datebook and file cabinet so you nil TRICE IS RIGHT. and persons.You each of You are hereby and You and each of You are hereby and

have It all In one neat package. .can get to work Immediately. For.only $989 you get everything herewith given notice In accordancewith herewith given notice In accordancewith
Florida Statutes that the Board of
Expiorei"is'lBM. W /f1eed to start computing, Florida Statute that the Board of
Yet because The .
INTRODUCING THE EXPLORER. County Commissioner of Bradford
r;; color monitor County ,Commissioners of Bradford
The Headscarf*' Is compatible,you can choose from Including a County, Florida.' have>designated th*.
every County Florida, have designated the'
bit as easy to use as Apple' and the thousands. of software keyboard, Bradford County Zoning and Planning Bradford County Zoning and Planning'

gives the flexibility of ;; programs that are ,mouse/ Board to conduct a public hearing at a Board to conduct a public hearing at a,
kc :: you I : 8

IBM. available. stand software and E.9' 21 Council regular Room meeting,of Starke held at City 7:00: Hall p.m.Stork.In the Council regular! Room meeting of Stark held at City 7:00: Hall p.m.Stork In the,

Simple on-screen graphics OB YOU'LL GlOW INTO IT. applications. Florida, on Tuesday; December 26,1989. T Florida on Tuesday December 26 1989.'

let you choose exactly BB NOT our of rr.BAs and make a recommendation to the
So why pay more for an Apple or and make a recommendation to hot

Jj'1 _t what you want to do., your computer skills grow so IBM when you can et the best of Board of County Commissioners, and the Board of will County consider Commissioners on Wednesday and theBoard

You won't ever get lost or J Explorer's capabilities. both with The Hea! tart.Exer.. : : ,Board wilt consider on Wednesday. January 17 1990. at the Commissioners

confused because expandsThe easily by snapping I In January 17. 1990. at the CommissionersRoom Room of the Bradford County Cour-i
of the Bradford County Courthouse .
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everything Is right there components our sophlsti- thou... Stark. Florida at 7:30: p.m. an
Storke, Florida at 7:30: p.m. on
cated AUTOMAQC"40Mb Disk -
In front or you. Ordinance relating to: .
Drive and 256K RAM pacT And Ordinance relating to The of the doscrib- e
rezoning following ,
And with The Explorer The rezonlng of the following descrlbied -
We how difficult a our built-In Interface allows you ed property' and.dlllfll the -.
the Comprehensive
I and
I amending
dilemma itunderstand be. \buVe finally most of the Important property Land Use Plan to
can to add things like a modem or land Use Plan to provide 'prehenslve provide

committed to buying a computer. programs are built fight' printer by Just plugging them In. would !that land currently zoned RSF-1 and that land currently zoned RMF-2! and
for Into the system. sa. Why you designated by the plan as Residential j I
Should vou go / the compatibility designated by the plan as Residential ,
of IBMttor the ease o fan Apple word processor calculator. i buy anything else? 'Single Family, be retorted RSF-MH-1 Multiple Family, be sand to tlW, and I

designated Industrial light WarehouIng *-. i
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HwdStart Tschnologies Co.O 9W HnUSttrt ischnologiss 6K A*WonolNomsnc l F r1iillpiCovirsllQn. n > property of Robert Cooper. described o* property' I

.. .. ,. ,follow.; Approximately J.2S acre more, described a* follows Approximately '

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r \| 4 .copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE .to .. .
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play,and inbounded the ball with a points, Train Blye had 15,and center Williams and Hudson, kept out of
long downcourt pass which went out Wendell Hudson had points. BHS foul trouble by not challenging the
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clock.Clearwater inbounded the ball Blye drove in for close, high percentage shot. Pell used one-handed jumpersto No Payment until March with approved
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court, but BHS pressure kept a Big Scott Pell scored 19 points won the third period 17-12 fora
desperation shot from being put un- high for Clearwater.Guard LeonardHayes six point 45-39 advantage. Clear. credit
til the final buzzer sounded. scored points. water won the fourth period 17-12 but
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for your ln>p.ctlon at the office Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as vide that land currently zoned RSF-1 E s
provided for In Chapter 163 of the and the Residential X
of the Director of Zoning and Planning designated by plan as
City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke, Florida Statutes.TO Single Family be rezoned to RO
Florida. : All Citizens, Taxpayers and and designated Residential/Office the
other Interested persons. property of Walter W. Sylvester,
Each and every person having any interest You and each of You are hereby and described as follows: Lot No. 16 of
whatever In the enactment of this herewith given notice In accordancewith Lake Hampton Oaks, Parcel No.
proposed ORDINANCE should appear Florida Statutes that the Board of 00983-0-01600 178'x245'. Section 25
and be heard at the time and place County Commissioners of Bradford Township 7 South, Range 21 East Approximately -
prescribed. County, Florida have designated the 8 miles South on 301.
BOARD OF BRADFORD Bradford County Zoning and Planning You are further given NOTICE that a
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSItchg Board to conduct a public hearing at a copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is
12/28; Control 308; PO3723 regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In available for your Inspection at the office '
the Council Room of Starke City Hall of the Director of Zoning and Plan d a
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Starke Florida on Tuesday December ning City Hall Thompson Street
REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF 26, 1989 and moke a recommendationto Starke, Florida. 'Vr -
the Board of Commissionersand Each and
THE LAND USE PLAN County every person having any
the Board will consider on Interest whatever In the enactment of
An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive :
Land Use Plan Element and Wednesday January 17, 1990, at the this proposed ORDINANCE should appear sV V < 11y
Commissioners Room of the Bradford and be heard at the time and
Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance County Courthouse Starke Florida, at place prescribed.
with the local Government 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance relating to: BOARD OF BRADFORD
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as The rezoning of the following COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
provided for In Chapter 163 of .the described property and amending the Itchg 12/28; Control 306; PO 3723
Florida Statutes. Comprehensive Land Use Plan to pro.
TO. All f"ltlvn- T.--r-vnnu.r,-._- and other -- -
Interested persons.;
You and each of You are hereby and

County herewith Florida Commissioners given Statutes notice that In of the accordancewith Bradford Board of RACK PRICE GOES TO 350 NEXT WEEK

County, Florida have designated the

regular Board Bradford to meeting conduct County held Zoning a public at 7:00 and hearing p.m.Planning In at the a Something you can't buy anywhere, else in the world.FINAL .

Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke
Florida, on Tuesday December 26 1989,
and make a recommendation to the
Board of County Commissioners and the WEEK TO I I I I
Board will consider on Wednesday,
January 17 1990. at the CommissionersRoom
of the Bradford County Courthouse THIS OFFER. ALL CHECKS RECEIVED
Storke Florida, at 7:30: p.m.an '

Ordinance The property rezoning relating and of the amending to:following the described Comprehensive -. BY JAN. 5TH WILL BE HONORED

Land Use Plan to providethat

designated land currently by. the zoned plan as RSF-MH-1 Residential and '{ Please Mail To: P. O. Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091

Single Family/Mobile Home, be rezoned
to CN,. and designated Commercial 23.
Neighborhood, the property of Benjamin
Hankerson, described OS follows: Parcel AWEEKVDELIVERED TO YOUR HOME.
No. 02299-0-00000 In Section 18. .
Township 6, Range:22: East,on N.W.25th .

Avenue You are; further' given NOTICE that. a "J<' :< Less than the stamp it takes to mail a letter... .

copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is .: .. 1 1as. ;- .
available for your Inspection at the of- SUBSCRIPTIONS ONLY", ', ". .. ') '.. il- .
f k. of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng / A Great ChristmasGift NEW : ..l,: .:;: .
City Hall, Thompson Street, Storke. easanw.amee .ea BHBHH. f
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proposed Each whatever and ORDINANCE every In person the enactment should having appear any of this.Interest ': ; For.A.Good. : Please Send. Subscription:, '. ;lJGi'1r :

heard at the time and place ,
and be '
prescribed. BOARD OF BRADFORD Friend! ': Name : '- :

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'II i

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REZONING AND AMENDMENT : will to 350 o Zip' :
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OF THE LAND USE PLAN go City :
amending the Comprehensive
ORDINANCE .
An
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Deputies( responded in excess of basically the same.
loo reported accidents, mostly on "We really appreciate the many
US-301. So many accidents were people and agencies who were In- .
i reported it was difficult to keep ex- volved during the weekend and we
act records don't want to leave anyone out,so we
City patrolmen were having the offer out sincere appreciation to
same difficultly. One officer said he anyone who helped in any way"
did( not have to be there to be able to said EMS Director Chapman and
write up an accident, they all were Sheriff Etheridge.


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in early 1990 The 104 year old First
In July,construction was resumedon Presbyterian Church has also com- I 4VLipp
a 120 bed nursing home located at pleted an expansion this year, In-
SK-100 and Laura Street. The con- creasing its capacity from about 150
struction permit was first issued in to perhaps 170 and renovating the
May, 1187! for an estimated cost of exterior also.The 1,100 feet additionwas
$2,200,000. Construction was started started in early July and was
soon after,but a two year delay was finished about September.
caused by a lack of adequate financ- .r
ing, it was reported. Constructionwas Year's Totals...
resumed in July, 1989, and is Total construction In the first
continuing, with completion expected eleven months of 1989 amounted to
early this spring. just under $9 million. Permits for ...,. ... ..l
The First Baptist Church has Just I December are not yet available.The .- _.. .- -,
dedicated( a $1 million addition, a total for new residential con- -- ,, "
fellowship hall and educational struction was $4,802 million with 95 Isis r 1Ws
building, three stories high, being permits being issued for both per yr. z"7'I -"' .. .,U ,
the only building in Starke with manent and mobile homes and 125 Z. -TOO
three full floors. permits were issued for additionsl -- -.-.

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Construction Resumed. .
Construction.ha been returned on anew
aiming home for Starke after a
two year stoppage became of lack of
financing.Completion I*expected In
early spring.Southside. '
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Construction at Southslde"

Elementary School: .Is costing
z- $699,000 and will double the size of
the administration. are and. add..
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Crop Damage Heavy... $
L.M. (Buddy) Norman, Jr., the county's largest strawberry grower, 10 000000 REBATE
said all bloom and young berries on his plants were lost, and the bushes
badly burned. The extent of bush damage will not be known until warm
weather returns and the plants thaw out. He said it will be four to six
weeks before the full extent of the damage is known.
Norman extimated that 90 percent of winter greens planted in the coun- FORD MOTOR COMPANY HAS JUST ANNOUNCED ITSIIBIGGEST
ty would be lost,with mustard and turnips wiped out while some collards

might Agriculture survive.Commissioner Doyle Conner said preliminary reports in- II
dicate that growers,especially in the south and central parts of the state, SALE EqUyumanCUSTOMER
lost up to 90 percent of their fruit and vegerable crops.In .
contrast with the devastating freezes of 1983 and ,1985, when

I, the week temperatures iced were fruit optimistic can reached be turned that lows trees into from suffered juice.11 to 13 little degrees damage citrus,and powers tN much this of :

Traffic Tie-ups... '!' ..........J :'I 1989-90 12-24 25-36 37-48 49-60 Cash
All interstate highways in the area were closed for all of Saturday and
into Sunday. 1-75 was reported closed from Ocala: to Valdosta, Ga.1-10 Models Mos. Mos. MOS. MOS. Rebate
was closed from Jacksonville to Tallahassee, aa;1-95 was closed from

Jacksonville Several bridges south in to Jacksonville Daytona Beach.were closed.The bridges across the St. r. ,TAURUS 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 10.9% $1,000

Johns River were closed at Green Cove Springs and Palatka, but
travelers who were willing to take the risk were driving through barricades fJ- rJ THUNDERBIRD 6.9% 8.9'! 9.9% 10.9. % 1,000
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and crossing the river at very slows on the icy roads.
The Georgia Highway Patrol closed all hi ways Into Georgia,so nor-
6.9% 8.9% 9.9% 10.9% 1,000
thbound travelers were stranded, and southbound travelers who heededthe TEMPO
warnings of hazardous road conditions were also stranded.All .
Starke motel rooms were filled early in the evening by motoristswho ,r- ,MUSTANG
afternoon. After that local fast food :
decided to stop early Friday .. -
restaurants, filled with stranded travelers. -::'" WITH 2.3L ENG. 6.9% 8.9% 9.9% 10.9(! % 1,000'MUSTANG
Several tractor-trailer rigs were Jacknifed on US-301,impeding traffic,
but the highway was not closed in Florida.At midday Sunday,traffic was
being routed around the iced-over 301 railroad overpass at Waldo. .
The Bradford Middle School was used as emergency shelter for stranded -
motorists. From 8 p.m.Saturday until about 1:30: p.m.Sunday,122 people 6.9% 8.9% 9.9% 10.9 % 1,000
and three dogs were sheltered there.Blankets were provided by Brad WITH 5.0 L ENG.
ford Hospital and food was donated by Denny's Restaurant, McDonalds, _
Jr. Food Store, Sonny's Bar-B-Que and Burger King. c
Many local persons with 4 wheel drive vehicles who volunteered their CROWN VICTORIA 6.9% 8.9% 9.9% 10.9% 750
time were kept busy pulling vehicles back onto the traffic lanes from the
medians and shoulders of US-301. The Hellbron Springs Volunteer Fire PROBE .
Department personnel were especially commended by the Sheriff's "
Department for their help with motorists and manning a command station
at the Wal-Mart Shopping Center. (ALL MODELS) 6.9% 8.9% 9.9% 10.9% 1,000
They also assisted with spreading sand and dirt on bridges and heavily }
iced sections of the roadways in Bradford county. .' 'ESCORT 6.9% 8.9% 9.9% ''' 1,000:
The communications center at the county)jail was overwhelmed with .J ::9o/
calls. Seventeen rescue calls were answered by the EMS crews on Satur- ..
day alone, and the Florida Highway Patrol worked a accidents duringthe FESTIVA j" ,r'
storm, reports Lt. Raymond Hunt of the Sheriffs Department. ;, '
Many stores were closed early Saturday and Sunday evenings. Most 6.9% ,8.9% 9.9% 10.9% 1,000
churches Including First BaptistUnited Methodist, and Presbyterian, i (ALL-MODELS) .
cancelled! (Sunday services for the first time due to the icy road conditions _, :U it)tc'r'wp' L
St Mark's Episcopal, Madison Street Baptist, and St.Edwards Catholic u"'
braved the elements, but with a mere handful of hardy parishioners. BRONCO II 6.9% 8.9% 9.9 % 10.9% 1,250


Utility Problems... BRONCO 6.9% 8.9% 9.9% 10.9% 1,000
While thousands of Floridians suffered from power outages, Starke'smunicipal .
power plant came through with flying colors,unaffected by the .
rotating outages that left sections of many cities without electricity for DANGER' 6.9% 8.9% 9.9% 10.9% 1,000
15-minute intervals. ,
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Utihlty Director Bill Weldon said the plant had enough capacity to AEROSTAR 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 10.90.1'0.00; ;
make up..for any interruptions In power received by Starke from the _
statewide grid system. He said there were only brief interruptions here '
caused by Ice-laden limbs, that cut service to a few consumers. CLUB WAGON 6.9% 8.9% 9.9% 10.9% 500r
Florida Gas cut off service to the plant at 2 a.m.Saturday to conserve
gas for ie(1j heating, and Weldon switched to diesel, returning to gas at 4:15 (ALL MODELS)



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At 9,000 Feet Over Terra Firma .

Editor's Note:

Larry Otfesby is a former BCT Staffer who recently took up the

exciting sport of skydiving at the Keystone Heights Airport We

though this story,written along with staff writer Mark Friedlin,

would interest our readers who! might want to try something new

for a new year*.

By Mark Friedlin one of the most exciting sports in
&'!Larry Ogtaby the world available right here in

A lot of people have a natural this area... skydiving.
desire to pursue exciting sports. Keystone Air Sports, located at
Snow skiing and hang gliding are Keystone Airport offers skydiving
popular ones,but you have to head ''for the beginner and the
. to the mountains to do it There is
See Pap 11B
Formation...
Three member of the Keystone SUdlvtng. Club practice their formation
work while In free fall over the Lake Region near the KJI.Airport.


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iy Buster Rohn unless all parking is prohibited, and the Western Auto property,who said tion, with everyone happy with the
seT Staff Writer while the medical building has his business needs the parking outcome.
Starke councilmen agreed to enough parking space for its own space. The council declined the request
.ike Gloria Street one-way going use, parking along Gloria Street is Moore Contract...
"it th between Call and Jefferson needed by Western Auto The council agreed to install anti- Bill Weldon, city operations
(reels in its regular meeting,Tues- According to Clark and Marchese, que street lights on the north side of manager and utilities director,
.t v Dec 19. nine parallel parking spaces can be west Call Street, matching those reported the one year contract with
I the request was made by Phar- accomodated along the one block east of US-301, and landscape Leonard Moore Construction Co.will
I," ist Irving Clark and Dr. William street. around the two lights Clark and terminate in early January and the
Kirxhese owners of the newly con- Clark and Marchese asked for Jefferson Marchese agreed to pay for the option to renew for an additional : ''} : \ i'iVj'mxmuME&B&''
i acted medical building adjacent Street to be made one-way lights, with the city furnishing labor should be approved.The .
Western Auto on West Call St. west for two blocks, from US-301 to and other materials necessary for year Moore contract provides for
: .loria St., more like a 30 ft. wide Bay Street, but the commission the installation.The the contractor to furnish labor and
I"\'. runs between the Western declined to act on the request. council also agreed to im- machinery on an as-needed basis for
"in store and the medical building. The two builders also asked for prove Gloria Street as much as construction and repairs. r s
i" only one block long between parking on both sides of West Call St. possible, with the promise to pave City Attorney Terence Brown
"II and Jefferson Streets. to be eliminated for two blocks from the street at some future time. recommended that the city ,renew
.Marchese: said the street is too US-301 to Bay St., but ran into op- The request and subsequent action
11 row to provide two-wav traffic. position from Carl Minx, owner of seems to have been a win-win situa- See Page 10B I
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At BHS Auditorium... :.,:.:,


Hot Jazz Here Tonight .



The Hot Jazz Orchestra talents of singer Banu Gibson and youthful spark, inspiredby
to be heard at the BHS and her buddies should the effervescent leader,
auditorium Saturday. Jan. not be bottled up exclusivelyfor has leaked out to jazz world

13, 8 p.m., was formed in French Quarter tourists followers.
New Orleans in 1981 with a and habitues. Consequently Banu Gibson's band first
goal of becoming a typical Banu and her backup boys captured an enraptured au-
Bourbon Street Saloon now have their own club at dience as part of a TV
Banu Gibson Band. In a year or two, the New Orleans Hilton, and series, "Dixieland Jazz
however, was clear that word of their unique style from New Orleans", which
aired worldwide. "River-
boat Ragfest", a PBS ap-
pearance taped in St. Louis,
captued an Emmy and her
music has won the praise of
critics and jazz fans alike. _

Pete Fountain, a legen- .:
RI o dary figure in the world of
I STORE jazz, praised Banu'for
HOURS "keeping jazz alive in New

8 A.M. Orleans". ;

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BUNDLE! PACK 79C
HIDRIPAPER CREAM CHEESE ma J' PIZZA, : . . ISff 1 EA., and or as mortar indirect-fire squad.Instruction crewmen. in a rifle .:='

ca TOWELS GREEN GARDEN S09 DOWNYFLAKE ) qualifications, included tactics, patrolling weapons, ::-::
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15 ROLL$794, SUPERBRAND 2 99e 99'c POTATOES Thoma D. Pomerleau, Jr. z
PKG. SOUR CREAM cUPS J. POTPIES..3 'KG 7-01. j fill Graduates Specialist a
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JOAN OF ARC $ 00 LONGHORN $1 58 BACARDI 85(c r $199 Army National Guard Private 1st
KIDNEY BEANS 31UNf' 1 CIIEDDAR.KG.I MIXERS . ... &S 10-LB. Class Thomas D.Pomerleau Jr.has ::
BAG graduated from the ammunition: 5:
Community specialist course at the U.S. Army\ ::- ;
WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. Missile and Munitions Center and ::
State School, Redstone Arsenal,AlaThe r. ::
Bank 28/30-CT FRESH IN THE SHELL
t course provides instruction ,
Starke JUMBO WHITE LIVE YELLOWONIONS $ 2789C for students to identify, handle, ::
THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: P | receive, store and Issue conventional ::
Checking Traveler't Checks SHRIMP OYSTERS . iA chemical and special ammunition
Savings Account Credit Card Application under battlefield condi- ::
Loan Applications Money Orders $ gg $ 9 YELLOW tions. ,
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Certificates of Deposit Night Depository 7 $12 ONIONS tii ::
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first class in quilt making at The class will'run for six weeks The class just finished has com
the Bradford-Union Vocational- and should be time enough to com pleted 14 or 15 lap quilts and one full
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lew .: Technical Center in Starke is now plete a small lap quilt,or even a full size quilt,Hersey said.She Is looking I
completed and a new class is sized quilt, says instructor Ruby forward to a good number to registerfor
scheduled to.open.. January 8. Hersey, if enough homework is ap- the new class in January.
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Tc To RegisterFor SFCC Classes Chiropractic CenterStarke /1

Office
Registration will resume January
4 for Spring 1990 classes at the An- 218 S. Walnut St. .
drews Center of Santa Fe Community Next lo the Chamber of Commerce
College in Starke. Classes begin
Monday,Jan. 8 and run to May 3. .. 964-4957

With a record 62 offerings this
term, there is a wide selection of
classes available, including 14
business classes including Accoun- PAIN CONTROL
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ting I and II, Word ProcessingWord
( Perfect 5), Economics, Intro Headaches
Ti S to Computers, Business Law, Elec- Neck&Arm INJURIES
tronic Spreadsheets(Lotus),Intro to Mid Back Work Related
Need A Quilt for the Cold Weather?... Business Practices.In Real. Estate Principlesand Low Back&Leg 'Sports'

Diane Douglas (left). Laurie Vickery (right front) Registration Is open for a new class to begin January ,.,p5 Personal
I and Pat Lawson, are putting the finishing touches on 8, which will run for six weeks and should be time addition to basic classes in Auto AccidentsDR.
their quilts at the Vo-Tech Center In Starke,where they enough to finish a full site quilt if a lot of homework is Math, English, Science, History,
are Just finishing a six weeks class In quilting, taughtby Included. Social Studies and Humanities, the .W. DAVID SIKES
Ruby Mersey. Spring Schedule includes such DR. RICHARD C.TULLER
varied offerings as Class Piano,Ger- CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
Spring Arts FestivalSet man, Spanish, Anatomy and
for Apr. 7,8 l Physiology, and Nutrition. THE TEAM APPROACHQBROPRAC.nc

The 21st Annual Spring Arts 1 Registration will be held from 10
Festival, being held April 7 and 8, am. to 4 p.m. on January 4 and 5 : CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT-
24 HOURS A DAY :
-7 DAYS A WEEK
'1990,in Gainesville now accepting with a special evening session (for
'applications for entertainers. Starke classes only) on Thursday, 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Dancers, musicians, storytellersand January 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. omce flours Mon.-Fit 8:30-8:00: p.m. SaL By Appointment!
children's performers are invited -
to apply. .

The festival is a free communityevent
and entertainers perform on a
gratis basis. More than 120,000 spec- LAW OFFICE OF LANSING
tators are expected for a weekend of : J. ROY
.art and fun.
310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
For an application,write to Spring rt Trr?t tMh ty
Arts Festival P.O. Box 1530, Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Gainesville, FL 32602, or call (904) ? 4737256Four
3721976.

Try-Outs Set ,
By SFCC Casting Attorneys
For 'Foxfire' State and Federal Practice

Santa Fe Community College will Personal Injury and :.
hold auditions for the Retired Ar-
tisans production of"Foxfire",writ- Wrongful DeathBankruptcy
ten by Susan Cooper and Hume I
Cronyn,January and 8 at 7:30 p.m. CYO Donates to Mental Health Clinic... ,
In building E auditorium in The Catholic Youth Organization of St.Edwards Church ha made a donation Law
Gainesville. The play tells the storyof of$100 to the Mental health Clinic In Bradford County to be used for food and
changing times of the old and new Soft for clients at ChrUtma
generations in AppalachIa. Laura Bright Jackson(above,Cue Supervisor for Bradford,Union and Wills & Probate
Men and women 20-70 are
ages Putnam Counties,receive a check from CYO President Blaine McChecney
needed for the production. A 30-45
year old who can sing and play while CYO Mucot Kelly Trimble and Clinic Receptionist Margaret Aaron look '. .;::...:.:";:.:: ':. :. :;...";:ATTORNEYS! -

guitar The play is also will needed.run February 15-17 on.Fund. 'raking project for the CYO have been bake gale and a spaghetti ROBERT ALTM AN ? AARON R.COHEN
and 22-24. For more information, dinner served at the church hall. LISA C, COHEN- LANSING J. ROYWinnDixie
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i News- Briefs-- ,

Starke Man Critical battery, according to Deputy Anderson Deputy Danny Thrift. Christy was and Benjamin Olin Armstrong,46,of Recent Arrests : grams cannabis Gordon,Smith according and Scott to
Holland. Carroll allegedly shot released after a $1,000 surety bond Jacksonville were charged with Patrolmen
From Racing AccidentA Willie Lee Jenkins and Charles was posted. disorderly conduct at 11:50 p.m, according In Bradford CountyThe Allen. He was released. on his own
24-year-old Starke man remains Clark with a small handgun and then to Deputy Danny Thrift. following arrests were madeIn recognizance (ROR)
in critical condition after an early ran into the woods behind the Man ConfessesTo Darrah was released after a $250 Bradford County by local ",'
morning accident Dec 22 on CR-225 Macedonia Church on CR18. He was BurglaryA surety bond was posted. Armstrong authorities. flee Psge 103.
taken into custody with bond set at was released Dec. 26 on his own
Miller
Yancy suffered possible 24-year-old Starke man called recognizance. Azell Sapp, 33, was arrested Dec.
head injuries after the vehicle he $10,000. authorities and confessed to stealing 20 for possession! fo less. than 20

was Miller driving wrecked at 1:15 a.m. wounds The ,victims according received to Sheriff minor Kenneth from a relative Dec. 23. Man ArrestedIn I .... ... ,..",. .,.'.'...'....'...'....',...'A"..
was flown by TRAUMA I to Everette L Frazier was chargedwith DisturbanceA
University Hospital in Jacksonville Etheridge.
burglary at 11:20: p.m., according
where he Is in critical but stable con Two ArrestedIn to Deputy Harvey Rhoden. 48-year-old Starke man was arrested ATTICCONSIGNMENT
dition. Rescue and Squad Five Dec.23 when authorities were JUDY'S
Home Bond was set at.$1,000, he was later
responded to the scene for treatment BurglariesTwo released by Judge Benjamin Tench. called to the Palm Apartments.
and extrication, according to Starke people were arrestedDec. A handgun, butcher knife and
Paramedics Dan Cuddington and 20 in connection, with a rash of Couple ArrestedFor switchblade knife were taken from SHOP
Bill O'Neal.Miller home burglaries in Bradford County Al DeSue during a disturbance call
driving a 1989 Toyota, and between Dec. 10 and 15. FightingA at 12:50 p.m., according to Chief
Rhonda Jean Bailey, 24, of Lawty, Tina Marie Wooten,21,and Blaine man and a woman were arrested Deputy Pat Henry.. DeSue was
driving a 1986 Toyota, were side by Hershell Dyal, 24, were charged Christmas evening for charged with carrying a concealed CLOTHESON
side westbound on CR-225,accordingto with three counts of grand theft, fighting behind the Michigan Ranch. weapon with bond set at $5,000. He QUALITY
Trooper D. C. Roberts. The three counts of burglary and one Mollie H Darrah, 46, of Hampton remains in custody. SALE
vehicles sideswiped each other while count of petty theft, according to L__._______
racing, causing Miller's vehicle to Major W. C. Reno. LOWEST PRICES AROUND
go into the woods collide with a pine Reno said jewelry, guns and other
tree and then overturn Ms mile from items recovered link the pair to
US-301. three burglaries in Starke and at
Estimated damages to the two least one more in the county. Additional M1 We fashionable clean
pickup trucks total 12500. suspects may be arrested in : accept ,
Charges are pending, said connection with the burglaries and
Roberts. additional charges may be brought untorn, unstained clothing
Gainesville Man against Wooten and Dyal by the ChiropracticCenter

Arrested In Starke sheriff's Dyal was department.also charged on a war- i !

For Truck TheftA rant with violation of probation
forgery and grand theft with aiirearm
65-year-old Gainvesille man OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr. VA.
driving a stolen truck was arrested The pair remain in custody. V COMPANIES ACCEPTED Berry IJYL. o..U.. :.) Q v-V a-J
Dec. 25 on Steel Mill Road in Starke. ago r
ACCIDENTS WORK
AUTO INJURIES
Richard Vernon Critchfield was Raiford Man Charged \
> HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN 9D
charged with grand theft auto and
carrying a concealed firearm, according With Pulling GunA NECK & ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS ""
to Deputies Roman Alvarez 40-year-old Raiford man was > MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL
and Danny Thrift. A loaded .22 was charged over the weekend with aggravated Open: Mon.-Thurs. 10-5 Fri. 10-6 Sat. 10-3
found under towel the front seat ,
a on assault with a firearm. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18
of the truck Critchfield was driving Bruce Allen Christy was arrestedat 101 Commercial Circle-Across from Keystone Post Office
Bond was set at$7,000, he remains the victim's residence after he
in custody allegedly pulled a 357 magnum for 473-0274
no apparent resaon, according to 864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)
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after the vehicle he was driving r=-f---- 1-I _
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1979 Mercury, was northbound on : .
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Hospital for a blood alcohol content _
test and to be checked out for injuries _
He was later charged with
DUI, DWLS, said Wilkerson and was
released from custody at 12:10 a.m.
after a property bond was posted.

Woman ChargedIn 1 .

Assault AttemptA

20-year-old woman was arrested
Dec. 23 after she threatened to kill

her grandmother. ,.
Sharon Denise Davis of Frostproofwas ; ; F' )

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Patrolman Mack Short. Davis had in ..I I... '\ ,es9n[
her possession a butcher knife. .. .. t -"CJII.mJ..r" ; ,Lt tg1.1R) 'I ,,. """,/I.' ..no.?iFra,'"r. 'It MM.f7"
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Christmas day.
Anthony C. Carroll was arrested Z '.' rx..t'!
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Mrs.Linda May Loper great grandchildren.Funeral Alachua General Hospital( Stephen Culpepper of'New Burgh, chle Tanner Funeral Home of Starkein M. Corey of Keystone Heights; two'I
Mosley services were held at 10 Gainesville,following a brief illness. New York; one sister, Charmaine charge of arrangements. daughters, Sandra Rainer of A
a.m. in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapelon Born in Waycross,Ga.,she movedto Strom of Melrose. Houston, Texas and Gail White of > ni
Mrs.Linda May Loper Mosley 43, Saturday,Dec.23 with Rev.John Gainesville at an early age. She Private funeral services were held Charles Willis CoreyMr. Deer Park, Texas; one son, Ken W. 'om
of Middleburg, died Thursday Dec. Spratlin, Sr. officiating.. Burial was of Alexandria Va. three sisters 'L
was employed by the University at 11 a.m. Saturday Dec. 23. at the Charles of Cory, ; ,
21, In Methodist Hospital, Jacksonville In Dekle Cemetery, Lake Butler Florida as an executive secretaryand Chapel of Archie 'tanner Funeral Willis Corey, 85 Marge Fischer of Saginaw, Mich, asA
following a lengthy Illness. under the direction of Jones FuneralHome was of the Pentecostal Holiness Home with Rev.Don Lee officiating, Keystone Heights, died Monday, Eunice Simmons of Grandin and saw
Born In Palatka, *"*. Mosley of Starke. Church. with cremation following. Archie Dec. 25, Whispering Pines Care Bernice Butler of Keystone Heights; tiM
moved to Middleburg 23 years ago Survivors include her husband, Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was Center, Starke, following a long il- seven grandchildren and two great ''nu
from Starke. She was a member of Martin Richard Thacker Ralph J. Bellwood, Sr. of Starke; in charge of arrangements. lness. Born in Belleville, Kansas, grandchildren also survive >< Middleburg Church of God and was one son, Ralph J. Bellwood, Jr. of Mr. Corey moved to Keystone Funeral services for Mr Corey ,Uib
Mr. Martin Richard Thacker 60
,
Heights in 1979 from Houston,
Stores employed in Middleburg.Survivors at Little. Champ Food of Lake Geneva,died Saturday,Dec Starke; three daughters,Mrs.Susan Raymond LaGaceMr. Texas. He was a member of the will be held at 11 a.m. in Keystone }39i"
include her 23, at his home following a long il- Evans of GaineS\llllet Bellwood.Nancy Raymond LaGace, 68, of Community Church of Keystone Heights Community Church on ""
husband 1SqC.
Bellwood and Ruby Ann Thursday, Dec. 28, with Rev Buddy
Iness. Starke died
,
Edward Eugene "Gene" Mosley andfather early Thursday morn Heights and was a retired process 'tits''
; both of Waldo her mother Friedlin officiating. Burial will be
Born in Texas Mr. ; Dec.21 Memorial in
two daughters, Jana Marie Mosley Nacogdoches, ing, ,at Hospital operator for a chemical plant in M
Ruben and Stella NortonDamplerof in Houston, Texas at a later date
Thacker moved to Lake Geneva in Jacksonville extended
following an Houston, Texas, having retired in
and Carrie
April Mosley two onn
; sons 1973 from Jacksonville. He attended Waldo; two sisters,Mrs. Illness. 1970. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Benjamin Edward and Darrin Joan Tussinger of Gainesville and Heights is in charge of local 'Jb
Gadara Church operated Born and raised In Montreal ar
Eugene Mosley all of Middleburg: Baptist ; a Survivors include his wife Alberta
her father, Bennie Loper of barber shop in Melrose for several Mrs. Pearl Hess of Las Vegas, Canada,he moved to Ft.LauderdaleIn ------ Soe Pate< 11B obi?f
; served in the U.S. Army & Nevada; four brothers, Frank L. 1960. He moved to Starke in 1983 -" -
Theressa; two brothers, W.C. Loperof years and ittovlost
Interlachen and Col! Harry B. Navy for 20 years; was a member of Rusty Nick Damper,all, Cress of Waldo Dampier and Paul where he has since resided.He was a r TULLER
VFW Post No. Palatka. member of No.
Loper of Worms, West Germany; 3349, of and Moose Lodge 1140; iloj
two sisters, Judy Garver of Starke Survivors Include his wife, Judy Dampier grandchild.Funeral Gainesville one was a member of the Knights of Col- Chiropractic Center Mliau)
Thacker of Lake Geneva two umbus in Canada member of
and Sharon Steedley of Trenton, ; services were held at 2pm. ; was a .-
Florida. daughters, Barbara Russell of Sor- Dec. 21, at the St. Maurice Catholic Church in Ft. Keystone Heights Office .
Thursday
Funeral services for Mrs. Mosley rento, Fla. and Mary Hamilton of Funeral Lauderdale and he served in the ...
of Archie Tanner :>
Chapel Iq
Orlando, Fla one son, Shannon French Air Force. 260B S. Lawrence Blvd.
were held at 2 p.m. in DeWitt C. ; Home In Starke with Bro.Joe Hough 1 10
Thacker of Lake Geneva; two Survivors include his wife, Gertrude
Jones Chapel on Sunday, Dec. 24, Burial in Antioch 'doflO
officiating. was
with Rev.Harry Douglas officiating. sisters, Inez Beniretto, Texas City, LaCross with Archie LaGace of Starke; two 473-7213 0
Burial was in Hope Cemetery in Texas and Faye Wesley, also of Cemetery Funeral near Home of Starke in daughters. Mrs. Michelle Parker of
Theressa under the direction of Texas City, Texas and five gi'a'id- Tanner of Starke and Mrs.Diane Watson of Ft. A
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. children. charge arrangements. Lauderdale;; two sisters, Madleine
Funeral services for Mr. Thacker LaGace and Frances Fournier, both' ri
Pastor Norman Clarence were held at 7 p.m. in DeWitt C. Douglas Wayne Strom of Montreal, Canada. and five. PAIN CONTROL A
Suisse Jones Chapel on Tuesday, Dec. 26, Douglas Wayne Strom, 30. of grandchildren. rub
with Rev. Leamon Ward officiating. Funeral services were held at 1 +Headaches
Pastor Norman Clarence Suisse, Burial was In Florida National Starke, died Tuesday, Dec. 19, in p.m. Friday, Dec. 22, at the Chapelof Neck & Arm INJURIES RO
73,of High Springs,died Wednesday Cemetery under the direction of Starke from the result of an Archie Tanner Funeral Home of I Mid Back turlDn
Dec. 20 in North Florida RegionalMedicai Jones Funeral Home of Keystone automobile accident. Born and rais- Starke. Cremation followed with Ar- Work! Related
Center following a brief Il- Heights. In lieu of flowers,donations ed in New Burch, New York,he was Low Back & Le Spoils :>
M09bun:
of the Catholic faith.
lness. may be made to N.C. Florida LIFE ft PRAISE MINISTRIES Personal,
Survivors include two sons, D.J. : I '
Born in Detroit, Michigan, Pastor .. '
Hospice, P.O. Box 15235, ...omcelln1I311 *
Strom both of Auto Accidents 1UO
and ,
Stephen
Suisse moved to High Springs 13 Gainesville, FL 32604. swung FL most IMo
Brunswick, Ga.; his mother and .
from Hialeah. He
years ago was PASTOR EDWARD L VAN CAMP .
pastor of Hampton Christian Church Estella Imogene Bell wood stepfather, Dolores and John La- .aonl
boone of Slarke three brothers, DR. RICHARD C,TULLER :
for the past six years; one of the A TOLL GOSPEL FAMILY CHURCH
founders of Hialeah Christian Mrs. Estella Imogene Bellwood, Charles Strom of Brunswick Ga. "Come experience the difference"
Church and served as an elder for 29 44, died Tuesday, Dec. 19 at Michael Strom of Orange Park, and Schedule of Services: D
years and was a supply pastor for CHIROPRACTIC CARE T
Sunday Morning Worshlp-
WHEN YOU
several Christian Churches; retired -- NEED IT -
10:30
after 30 years from Eastern Airlinesas am 24 HOURS A DAY 7 A
Sunday Evening Worship- tfttbalia
a was a veteran of the
U.S.supervisorj'I; was a member of 7:00 pmWednesday DAYS A WEEK
Gilchrist County Sheriff's Dept., CONDITION Evening Worship OFFICE HOURS ,mla
past president of Gilchrist County 7:30 pm OBce Hour: Mom .Frt.830-OOOpm.SatDy Appointment ufZ
,
Chamber of Commerce, and was _
past president of the Gilchrist Coun- or -- IWI!
ty Rotary Club.Survivors 0(13ta:
include his wife, Hilda YOUR Edwards Suisse of High Springs; Announcing the Opening of Maiia
one son, Dennis Louis Suisse of High
Springs; one daughter, Marianne S. j)3iq): ;
Kunas of Portland, Oregan; one WATER
brother Jack K. Suisse of St. Bradford Family i t
Petersburg; four grandsons and one '
granddaughter and six great- ..toHJ39l

grandchildren.Funeral services. for Pastor Suisse WITHOUT Practice >iUf

were held at 1 p.m. in Hampton 1 ULfi
Christian Church on Saturday, Dec. '1191
23, with Pastor Clifton C. Jones officiating 9JlBW
Burial was in High Springs
Cemetery under the direction of GETTING Bruce Pollock, M.D.
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. III

Mrs. Willie Mae Board Certified Family Physician r. :A

Parham Judd SOAKED General Pediatric and A', 09C1j cart

Mrs. Willie Mae Parham Judd,72, Adult Medicine AZ
of Starke,died Thursday,Dec.21,at ,; saw

her daughters residence in Lake ... ... ease
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Butler, following an extended il- AV-MED, Medicare, PPC ,1..nJsqBI' :
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Born in Henderson Mill, Calhoun I Cross/Blue Shield : vfv "Ivsa9V9b
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County, Florida, Mrs. Judd movedto JUST $629i'i'
Starke over 31 years ago from ":
743 S. Walnut Street. Suite B 'en9
Altha Florida.She member of
was a I 1
Starke Church of God; was a retired 1 ::1 Starke Florida 32091 snailuisO
cottage supervisor of 30 years with 1 MONTH 1

Sunland Training Center 1 M
Gainesville; was a member of "Right now gel the very best wall conditioner I Office Hours 8:30 to 5
: am Monday through Friday
Woodmen of World Circle and I for o very small ptk.,lust 16 90; per month" I 1 1for3monthLpluslnstollotlon.Coil pm
member Bradford Hospital Ladies : Culligan I nlA
i today about this' limited rime mol offer.

Auxiliary.Survivors include one daughter, 1 I- 964-9535 496-0092 .l 1iriOiA
Dorothy J. Hayes of Lake Butler;
one son,D W.Judd of Clewiston, one 1-800-342-9084 .ooUM
brother, Calvin Parham of Starke; :-
three sisters, Lois Pilcher of Sneads. i I Ii
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Fla., Irene Mobley of Starke andMary t
Alice Waldron of Panama City i tf I II j r
; three grandchildren: Glenn R. I I JI I rARDIDn
Judd of Clewiston, Darlene H. .
Browning of Athens, Ga. and Ellen
J.Mancil of Clewiston and seven Jit(7! '
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY EARN $5-$10 PER HOUR. Part time or DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand
..... .....
self-esteem sink this
$14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- For Information call RA.MONA,78Z.3068.AVON. year. Call
WATER. SEWER.CABLE TV, 2 BR, full time. 964-8594. TFN 17 WATERfRONT PROPERTY.LAKE CINiVAl 292'on water and" ."ilng
GREAT
6946. 12ALUMINUM 15
1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 '
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NEWSPAPER REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes to Hwy. 100.7.17 acre*. 165000. Property con be divided Into two 100' lot.
FURNISHED ROOM WITH utili-
AIR.all
PLATES Measures 24x36 ties paid. From $37.50 up weekly. 4 weeks,call 1-755-4040.North Fl.Real patchesetc. Drop off and pick $65.000 each and one 92.65'lot $48,000. .
inches,$ 50 each. Great for patchingand MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St. Estate Collaga.. TFN 15 up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964- ... COMMERCIAL..
repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS. 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from AVEII Acre coned Commercial. $ l i,000
Starke, in front of Post Office. N.TEMPLE
Call St Starke. 12 13MOBILE Community College. trained. Must Southslda. Elem. Hwy IOO -TFN WOW I WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAlttCorrodlnet In Lowtey. Approx. 600' on
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL. Arthur have dependable transportation, ableto 17 of land. 3300 ft store and quarter*, paved
12 HOME,3BR,11I2 bath,carpeted, CC CLEANING SERVICE: Holiday Special Hwy 301. 10 Acre .q. Jiving
Gaskins 782-3140 follow directions and work Inde- 1"9,500 ,
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP: Sales,wicker, appliances air and central heat unfurnished pendently. Home care. work availableIn Carpet Shampooing. 1st room. driveway with ample Sfi3L. "CATTLEMAN LOUNGES CH.A. bf nd area, t\
Griffis Loop$250 month
,on ,
each add. $5(min.3)). 782- COMMERCIAL
used furniture TV's $25: room
appliances. Alachua County. Call 1-800-342- HOT 100 t
corner.
call 1/2
$150 secuity deposit, after 6pm license Included. 2 acres on
done floor liquor
3089. 17
microwaves, VCR's, .You name it, I 8601 for Interview. UPJOHN
would finance with good
964-8970 964-8705 964-4430 ncluded. Owner
or or HEALTH INSURANCE at rates for 26. Separate living quarters ,
Hwy
carry III Alwas looking for such items. //#13 HEALTHCARE SERVICES. TFN group 5 220,000

Stop In if you wish to sell something 3 BR, 2 BA WITH GARAGE:Almostbrand ATTENTION: EARN) MONEY READING for the Information sell-employed.17 Call 1-462-4176 down SUPER payment COMMERCIAL I Great two .tory building. Enl.rpri.. Zone. Downtown
304 E. Call St.
964-3250. Eveningscall new. 1011-B W. Pratt St. $500/Mo. BooKSI)$32.000/year Income poten ". $49,900
HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates. Paint- Stark., Allum.Mtg. du."d
964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. ,
TFN 12 Ask about lease-purchase option.964- tial. Details. (1)) 602-838-8885. Ext. ing, Plumbing, Electric Home Re- NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALEtBM N. Temple Ave. B I BRapartment.
8073. 13 Bk 3493.STAFF RN's 25 experience.Woody 964- with excellent occupancy record; heating and
NEW AND USED CELLULAR PHONES: HOME CARE : We have full pairs. yrs. fully occupied
OLIN'S SUBDIVISION, MOBILE Home
For Sale. We Install and activate. Call 5405 for 24-Hour Service.17 cooling unit In each apartment. Good cash howl $147.000
If wish
time to
or part positions.
lots for rent, water and sewer furnished you .l .
964-4238. TFN 12 Join the fastest growing areas health HUDSONS REPAIR: Will do repairs or RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTSt 100' on Hwy 21 N. Two 2100 bldg.
cable tv available. 782-3333
HANOI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, TFN 13 care, flexible daytime, Mon.-Frl. painting on roofs mobile homes, 301 SOUTH 193 Ft.301 frontag.. $85.000
storage buildings, weekend houses, etc. Free estimates: 964- RENTAL ON CAll STREET!
garages green HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for schedules with only one per
houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy rent. Close to prison. Call 468-1323. month. Ideal candidate should have 8607.17 .....HOMES..... .
301 South, 9648848. TFN TFN 13 one year med-iurg., ICU or home- WELL DRILLING PUMPS & SERVICE: CHEAPER THAN RENT! Jmmaculote. furnished 3 bedroom. 1M bath mobile

1212X21 STATE EMPLOYEES,need home closeto care background 1 yr. med-surg., Durrance Pump Supply Co, Water home w/uparate recreational room equipped with stove I frig, eparole
CARPORT $790 NO DOWN your work? We have dean mobile ICU or home healthcare experience systems specialists. 864 N. TempleAve garage, beautifully landscaped lot on Grlf III Loop. $ 19,600.
US 301 Starke 32091 TFN
PAYMENT .Hand! House portable homes available call 4681323. TFN preferred. Choose to work In DUPLEX 630-632 W. Fronds St.. Each tide 2 BR, 1 BA. Eat-In kitchen, LR. Utll
buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 964- 13MOBILE Gainesville. Starke, or Williston of 17CHAIN Rm.w/carporlononeend. $45,000.
LINK FENCE: Installed. Free estimates -
8848 TFN 12 HOME LOTS WITH CITY Indepandentcase managements NE 26th Ave. t 26.000
PLYWOOD: 1/2.4 ply CDX $10,99; 5/8' WATER.SEWER. CABLE TV, 964- Newly updated salary and benefits HANDYMAN FENCE CO., HWV.301 SOUTHt Frame. 3 BR.2 bo, CH&A. 1.1..1.7 ocref. $ 40.000
13.19; 34$17.99.. Nails tools, 7498 TFN 13 package. For more Information, call owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. NW 65th AVE. 3 bedroom 1 bath. S acre Home has new 20 yr. roof, freshly
electrical, plumbing, yard tools, nuts 3BR HOUSE ON GRIFFISLOOP.stove.refrlgerator.and or send resume to: MARJI GIBSON, TFN 17PRESSURE painted Inside. Owner ioy, 'Make an Offerl'
S bolts. Stephen Smith Lumber 468- Alachua General 801 SW WASHING: Houses, side-
dish Hospital, GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE 4 bedroom, 2 bath with a large family room
2624.Miles South of Starke on 301. 2nd walks, driveways. Roof Repairs. Call
washer Ave.Gainesville FL32602((904))
furnished $ 59300.
12 carperted throughout 964-6341. Terry Parks. TFN located In the city.
front and back porch and utility 338-6750. EOE. 15 Good rental propertyhome.
17STRICKLAND'S :315 WALNUT STREET *:
35 MM PENTAX ME CAMERA
plus ac- FLORIDA CERTIFIED EMT: Must have
cessories. Zoom, telecon- room.ceiling lans.forced air heat and SEWING MACHINE 3053 Total Sq.Ft., 2 story, porches;
wideangle, abilities
word-processor typing
window air.Large private yard and
SALES AND SERVICE All makes 1080 Total Sq.Ft.;
verter lenses, flash atchmt :
tripod, Will also be required to do some billing
carry bag, etc. $425.00. 4734679. drive.$300 month,plus $200 security and collecting. Will work a 40-hr, and models cleaned, oiled and adJusted 240 Total SqFt. Call for viewing on thetel $ 69.000
12FURNITURE deposit call after 6pm, 964-8970 or week, subject to being called In as $15. New and used sewing ELEGANCE THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 bo concrete block, window treatment.,
; 2 wood stoves, 1 white 964-8705. 13 needed.Apply\ Job Service.964-8092. machines. Hwy 233 4 16 (Morgan 3 telling fan., CHSA. Hove, refrlg DW garage with door opener antenna
enamel $50; 1-cast Iron platform, COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 BR Apart Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 with rotary booster, wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet, rate
DRIVERS HAVE YOU CONSIDERED
ment. Clean,quiet.Houck Apartments. : WANT TO DRINK THATS with brick BBQ grill, smoker and lazy
$100. 52 pc. set dishes, very nice 964-8214. ALL YOUR OPTIONS? If haven't garden large patio area complete
13 you YOUR BUSINESSI! WANT TO table hothouse tool shed, pumphoute\ total electric
china. $25.; lots of tools. 612 Collins Susan separate
considered J.B. then don't
Hunt
FOR RENT OR SALE:2 BR. 2 BA, 2 Cpt., you STOP? THATS OURSI .
Place. 12 1 Ac. 2394 NW 65th Ave. 17712594. know how rewarding a truck driving beautifully landscaped.BRICK
SOMETHING DIFFERENT: Make your 13 career can be.. Join !the acclaimed Alcoholics Anonymous 964-3619, HOME: .4 BEDROOMS$'4 BATHS,402 St. Clalr SI. .86 of an acre, foyer

own t-shirts and sweat shirts.We have 3 BR, 11/2 BA: Fenced yard living room, driving school and you may be eligiblefor 964-4150, 964861417 IR, DR, kitchen w/ refrlg range/oven dishwasher fan/hood; den laundry
!the supplies: rhinestones. sequins, den eat-In kitchen unfurnished$4007 a career that promises good pay, NEED SEWING? ALTERATIONS? Repairs room and an office, CHSA enclosed carport ((2 can), utility hop, spacious
paint, glitter paint. PINEHURST Mo., 1st & Last.Available Feb. 964-- stability and more. Bowling Green ? Reasonable prices. 9642256.AUTO bock yard with security fights $71,000
VARIETY, across from Southside 4284. 13 State Transportation Center in Bowl- BETHEL CHURCH RD 3 BR. 1 bo, CB wood floor. 1165..f., S acre $ 60.000
Elem., 964-5587. 12 2 BR MOBILE HOME: 964-8218. Ing Green, Kentucky can give you the REPAIRS at home. Call anytime, CRYSTAL IAKE furnl.hedlog cabin 98 h. on water IBR/tBa. $ 90.000
SLEEPER for pickup truck, $500. Call 13 professional training you need. Financial 964-4970. 17 BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oak S/O. extra lot $ .....000

964-9317. 12 1 BR APARTMENT: Heat pump cooled assistance .w available. Call HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 bo CH11*. screened patio w/ BBQ grill.
'87 CAMARO: Black A/C. auto. AM/FM, and heated. Walled patio, off-street J.B. Hunt 1-800-643-3331., EOE. Also 3BP rV.H, 1 ViBA on 3 acre*. Excellentlor small horse farm. $122.400
Power BIS, rebuilt engine. New tires. outside storage. 9648601. Subject to drug screen. 15 'M sceCtANEOUS',
$6,500.964-9317. 12 parking ATTENTION H IRI NGI! Government jobs Alter Hour

REGISTERED PIT BULL PUPPIES, 2 BR DUPLEX IN TOWN: CH&A. Unfur- your area.7,840.$69,485. Call 1. WOULD YOU LIKE READERSALLOVER Ann Terwlllegar Brown . . . . . .473-75411

Cindy papers, am and 964-6000 shots, ready in evenings to go. Call call 2250.nished.13VA$295/Mo$150; Deposit 964- TRAILRESTAURANTINLAWTEYIsnowtaking 602-838-8885, Ext. R 3493. FLORIDA to see your classified ad? Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .9646323Debra

475-5617 12 applications for waitress or Foronly$125 we can insert your ad In Connaughton . . . . . . 964-2833

LARGE QUAKER OIL HEATER, with 100 'SALg waiters. Exp. preferred but not nec- 50 newspapers statewide, and we do Sandra Terwlllegar . . . . . . ..533.2242C
gal. tank, stand. Vent pipe, plus app. \ :tD : essary. Apply between hours of 2-5 all the work. Contact this newspaper I
for more information on the Florida
45 gal oil. Price $100. 9648582.iLQSTFQUND 15
p.m. Classified Ad Network. 18
12BLACK AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE: Tablesaw. JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: 1979 FORD F-100: Completely chromedout.
.. clock mirror, porch swing,lots of knickknacks Openings available In several areas, Aluminum wheels and new tires. )
; : ,household goods,womens & will train. For Info call 708-742-8620, New motor transmission and yearend.'
children 301 NE 50th 362. 15 -
clothing. to ext Only 30K on motor. Power steering;" -
BENJI-TYPE FEMALE DOG on Street Strawberry Acres. Follow power brakes, auto., V-8. New paint --," a
SE 8th Street off Griffis Loop. 964- signs. Fri. & Sat., 9-5. 7 over $4.000 invested. A Steal at
4507. A/C HELPER WANTEDMust $2800. OBO. Call Jason, 964-8791. =-. :::

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have good driving record 1

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Sawyer Heating & Air 100 ACRES: six room house and bam. .1 :

U.S. 301 South Starke Owner will finance, $$2000/acre

See Dick Robinson 9 964-7771 or 964-4537 TEN3ACRE HOUSE FOR RENT

964-6520 WOODED HOMESITE10000.: PIRATES GOLD
Owner financing. 964-5414. This fantastic Swaiuice River house et Two Family
Fowler* Bluff lies close to the
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FREEZE GET YOUR WASHER? your new dockbat to the Gulf reiaInyour =
hot to Two.tort',a R,3 Baths
5 BR. 3
We Have 1/2 Beth, large family room makes 1/2
this an ideal entertainment rtt-a-wiy..
WASHING MACHINE WATER VALVESAll $178,500 Pool

t1 washer parts available. Come by or call... James P. Smith, Jr.REALTOR" Call 964-4259

Susan M. Faulkner GRI.! CR3 President ,& ASSOCIATES:

EQUAL HOUSINQ- REALTO Ed's Appliance Sale & Service I CALL 375-7O39 after 7 PM.



ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. 310 E. Call Street 064-2966 A 4 A A A A A A A A A a aa

Located Hwy. 301 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 e 221 Lafayette St. Your Warranted Service Center 1 Parts For All Models Available

- Accelerated ,Realty, inc. .
*NEW LISTING S Acre. In Country with 3 BR/2 BA. DW. Fireplace In dm owner

financing with reasonable down payment. 211-89 .

*BEAUTIFUL HOME IN HAMPTON OAKSi Over 1.25 ac., 2000 if. Owner will consider
lease Purchase. 10-89 964-4544

1 TO e ACRE LOTS Owner financing low down payment. Septic tank Included. a
301 S. a
108.89 I lcr: I Hwy. m

*PRICE REDUCED ON THIS 30 Acre farm with large 4 BR brick home. 99-89 .IteL ustal Starke, FL
*$1.800 LOT IN TOWNS 92.89 t A / aa
*OWNER FINANCED No Interest Loan, 3 BR Home, Hwy 100. 100.89 1I

*HAMPTON LAKE Lot. Assumable mtg. 129/89 ./Homes ./Lct Acreage Waterfront
*LAWTEYi BR, 1 BA on 3/4 Acre. Only 28000. 207/89 I T-/ I aFarms
*HWY 30Ni 220' frontage, approx. 30 acres or con purchase at small as 1 "/ vCommercialON
acre.205/89

*EARLTON BEACH Building lot has lake privileges 6200. 204/89 a THI WATER 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick. Eat-In Kitchen. Family. Room,. I ICH
*3.1 ACRESt Build or put mobile home. Owner financing. 200/89 Q UT1.AW A. Large lot 2.80 Ac.. 2310 SF, Front S. Back Porche.
*NICE NEW 2 BR, 1 BA Ideal for retired couple or .tarter home. Only 29900. ;ratty a LARGE ROOMY HOME 3BR/2BA Frame, Family Rm w/Flreploce. CH&A.. a
Nice lot. 197/89 0644822HTAIUCRn.) 21B4 SF, 576 SF Workshop, Hampton lake Ace.... .
*HWY 16 W 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA, brick veneer, kitchen equipped on I beautiful acre. ATTENTION. HOMI SEEKERS 4BR/2BA CB'Home, Family Room' CHeA, '
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19489 a 2148 SF, Garage, Landscaped. I Ie a .
*HWY 301 SOUTH Equipment Sales 1 Repairs, welding, Setellne gas, paint shop J Season's Greetingsto ACRES OP PRIVACY 38V1 BA. A-Frame w/Porche.. All Round Stove I
7 acre fenced and cross fenced. Nice 3 BR,3 BA brick veneer, has swimming pool. Refrlg..Wood Burning. Stove. Pole. Bam 24x50. Tool Shed 8x9. Well R Sep.
Could be used for another business. 191/89 a tic. ,,| a

*LAURA STREET 4 BR, 3 BA, Owner Anxious.- Assumable Mortgage.' $54,000.- all our friends.I ._ LOVELY BRICK HOME f 4BR/2BA. QUA. Stove Refrlg I DMnvather.' 23401 4' .(,
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'"/89 SF. Sun Deck. Well B Septic.! ,, I
*LOVELY COLONIAL HOME 4 BR, 21/2 BA, 2 rental units on approx. 2 acres-of A JUST NORTH OP IAWTEY ;'3BR/2BA Brick. Family Rm,.CH4A. 294.'SF, 31 a !

private gadens. 176/89 i Large Workehop. on.t.7. Acre w/Lott ol Shade Tr_. I "7a
LAWTEY 2 BR, 1 BA Frame. $25,000.168/89 ( ROOM FOR HORSES .3BR/2BA Cut Brick.. CHBA.. Range. I Refrig, Big Shed, :t
*A QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Nice home with 3 BR, 11/2 BA on large lot with I Fenced Area for H_. 1 a

trees. Makes the perfect Christmas gift und.r $43,000. 189/89 CROSBY LAKE SHORES,3BR/A; Two-Story Home Stove I RefH; AC Unit.I IElectrk
*2 BR. 1 BAi Large 2-cor separate garage on a large fenced country let. A jewel. INSTANT FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST a : Heat Well 8 Septic..? ACT*. I a
at 36900. 124/89 INVESTMENT PROPERTY. Two Story Apt.Bldg 2BR/1 BA ea Apt. Cat Heat. I
*WE HAVE SINGLE t DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOMES.One DW with large addition. Mobile Home Lots with or without septic, & HWY UW 31R/2IADoubleyradet! | CH&A, Workshop. Fish Pond. Well I l 11. ,

on 2 acres. Priced for a quick sale. well hookup' a Septic, 5.7 ; .. -_ a .
*REDUCED 2-Story Apartment Building. 39900. 109/89' i f e Building Lot In Keystone RIVER BEND ESTATES 3BR/2BA DW Mobil. Home CH1A 2 Acre. ".:'.
*HOUSE WITH POOL 2-Story on 1 acre. Beautifully landscaped., 112/89 CTY HWY tM 38R/2BA Mobil* Home AC Unite Central Heat, .... Acre. I .
200 Acres in Bradford County .................$I.5OO Acre
*CORNER LOT 3 BR 11/2 BA brick. In nice residential neighborhood. 132-89 2 Lots & Mobile Home In a HIGHWAY Ml S 300 Ft"."tage.. Mobile I4anee. 1 C--rcloilldg.' I a ''rJ"1
*REDUCTION ON THIS 3 BR. 2 BA In the country. Only 2 yrs. old. 167/89 Keystone 111 LAPAYETTI 3M/B. /F.ome,.CH&A,,Booge, Utility BkJg,w/Hall Batli. I IHOMI r ,;
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*OAKS GALORE Must see this unique doublewide mobile home. Close to great I 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227.......:............46.500 Each. I ii I .... -' '.' -" ,
fishing lakes. 159/89 'Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. a iSEUGTED; ; PJO /a.anU a ;;

*LOTS OF LOTS AND ACRES OF ACREAGE From MH lots to Country' dub Lots. i r e 43 Acre Farm with 3' Br., 2 Ba." Home In LLDO t'OTl.''Hwy'18W. CUy Water, I Sewage, own, Financing. :.: s,

Priced to Sell. From $3,0001 Up. ', Gainesville ;1 / HOME BLDO LOTS f. Shady oaks VO. Brooker. l'
... 5 Acres on small lake .......;.;............. ,.'-):.$:).OOO Acre f POUR $-A *1 TRACTS -- Sfooker .Oy "T ._. 3/4 mile lake frontage on lake In Alachua THREE t.II.1 RlVJ".ONT .01'1 t'Brookgr( wq.r (': :.
Call One'of Our Professionally, County ACRES % fwy!3D1Sctstth' r : ..oJ- P_ :tt't. .
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HELP WANTED
PERSONAL FOR RENT HELP WANTED NOTICE LOST AND FOUND
CAREER IN RIAL ESTATE-W. train. Call
PRIVATI ART LESSONS.for chlldr.n of all
O on W.ov.r. Walton Really Corp. ages Sign up now. Call 4737967. MOBILE HOMES-2 or 3 ATTENTION HIRING Government CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING* should be submitted FOUND COCKER SPANIEL three mile
REALTORS. 473.4816 or 475-2272 FLOOR.2t.2B bedrooms$135-$190 per month. SR |lobs your area. 1784069485. Coll to the Union County Times office outh of Brooker on SR121 Call ..
6mocho-U-30-5-30 SAGQIN.DOOR 100, across from Lak. Genoa Call 1(602)838-889.( ) ext. R-9127. 12/14 3tpd. in writing and paid In advance 496-3103 or 372.7740 Itpd. 12/28 "
HAIRSTUST .NEEDED-Sh.ar Perfection. DRAGGINHOUSE OUT OF 473.7566 or 473-7810. 12/28 union credit Is already establishedwith ,:.,,:,,
Newly remodeled hop, gr.ot staff to LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Service for 4mos.pd10264590LAKI this office FOR SALE t..3
work with. Good commiuioni. Call for all your foundation repairs. 473-7721 GENEVA-!BR. H/A, carp.t.$323mo. CARS AND TRUCKS THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT Bl HELD
Interview. 4737323. .
2tchg/12.21.28 473-4961. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN '
HOMES FOR SALE 4tchg-12-7-14-21-28 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Rust-colored lave->eat $85 call 964.7061 1
NOTICE 1 BR/2BA large Home-Family room 17 MERCURY MONARCH Power steerIng THE TELEPHONE. Days 9-9 964-7978 oves tfn ."
MUST SELLI-Sprlng Lak. home-Reduced fenced yard large oaks-ln town. power brakes A/C, AM/FM Classified deadline I. MONDAY, 3 Fruit Plont For Sale. at Merlin's fruit
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted $10,000--Sacriflcel-.no assumable $395/mo. lit and last mo. A Deposit. cassette stereo, automatic. Good con P.M., prior to Thursday publication. Form Fort Whit. BAREFOOT apple,
to the Lak. Region Monitor of.- mortgage. Must compare. 6677 SR 21, Call 18675373. 4tchg/12.7.14-21.28. dition. Call 496-2261, days 496-3206 Minimum charge It 15 words for$3.50, peaches, CONTAINER, fig!*!.and
fice In writing and paid In advanc. North of Keystone. 4tpd/12/7-28 SILVER SANDS-Doublewlde. Year-round evenings, tfnGOVERNMENT then 15 cents for each word thereafter pears. $3.50 GROWN
unless credit li already establishedwith PAYMENTS UNDER $300-gr.at rental. 912-496-3688 after 6 p.m. SEIZED VEHICLES from peaches, nectarines, plums, figs end .
this office.MONITOR assumable loan on this 3BR/2BA 3tchgl2-14-21-28 100. Fords, Mercedes, Corvettes FOUND Cocker Spaniel, 3 miles south ol pears. $6.00 Japenese Persimmons -
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Hawthorne home, large fenced yard. 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMI-On 1 acre. Chevys. Surplus Buyers Guide, Breaker on SR 121. call 4496.3103 or $12.00 Grape $3.50 Blueberries $3.00 ...
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Immaculate condition owner will helpon Melrose area. $185 per month and 16028388885. Ext. 9127. 3tpd. 3727740. open M-S.aa.m. Oil 6 pm. closed Sun-
deposit. Call mornings 16846634. 1228111. day. 4396-2621: let ring. 12/7 4tpdi .
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER equity financing' as well as make ..
THE TELEPHONE. Improvements to suit nice area, closeto 3tchg/12-14-21-28 FOR SALE OR RENT
Clatillled d.adlln.1.11:00 a.m. Tuesday shopping. Call Bill Heveran today to FOUR ROOM APARTMENT-OR office MOBILE HOMES
prior to see..Century 21 Lakeside Realty space. SR21 N. Adults preferred. $350
Thursday
publication. Includes utll. Plus $350 damage. Six FOR SALE LARGE THREE BEDROOM-TWO BATHHOUSE
475-1269
Minimum charg.I.$3.50 for 15 word, or 18004324595. ext. 1510
mo. lease. 473-7708 or 4755358. Fenced yard In country. Call
then 15 cent for each additional word.
2tchg122814GATOR 496.3939, days. 12/Utfn NAPPY
Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, FOR SALE BONE-2BR/IB, great room with 199014'x 50 -2 BR, 1 Bath $6995.00 Call FOUR BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on 2
Keystone His., FL 32656AUTOMOBILES .stove, deck, large shaded lot. 755-5114, Circle B Homes, lake City, FL acres. Newly carpeted. Owner financIng
SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke n.w, 6 monthsold $365/mo.. first and last d.po.lt.18675373.4tchg1228I.19 REPO DOUBLEWIDE $1000.00 down. Bad for qualified buyer with ..malldownpaym.nt.
with scrambler. Nothing down. credit or no credit. You can buy. Call Call after 3 p.m., ,
$49/mo. l-272-1018.4tchg/12-7-28 755-5114. Circle B Homes, Lake City, FL 431.1714, or anytime and leave
1911 CHEVY BONUS CA8.1-ton, dualwheel SATELLITE SYSTEM.Repossessed due to FOR SALE USED MO8ILEHOMES Slnglewldes starting message. 12/28 2tchg. 1/4
divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing at $500.00. Doublewldes also In
truck. 18,000 mil... ,
orlg. Many down. $39/mo. 12721031. BEAUTIFUL 38R2BATH.1987 CHAM-- stock. Call 755-5114. Circle B. Homes
extas. Plu. 1988 Coachman 5th wheel
PION mobile Lake Fl.11/16 tfn 12/7
4tchg/12-7 City. chg.
36 h. travel trailer. Both cond. "': '
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old. J.G. home,14x70carpetedgarden fc. \ J\J
McGraw 4733967. ltpd/12-21 :
S37.500 for both. Will sell
4732803. separately. BOOK ON TRAPPING-Old time methods tub,breaklast bar.utility room,wired'for HOMES FOR SALE
Itpd/12-28 with deadfalls. Written by H.rb.rt H. central air.Must sell.moving! No eq WHY IS IT
Lyons, reg. Maine guide. Prlce-SS uity-take over payments. Serious
each. 4732909. 2tpd/12-21-28 Inquire* onlylCall 864-3939keep GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
in 4 repair). Delinquent tax properly.Repossessions. .
TM"'REA'ti' Call 1(602.838.8885( A man wakes up in the morning after sleeping on an

Ext. GH-9127,12/28,1/11.3tpd. advertised bed, in advertised pajamas. He will bathe in

I [ Starke Area Ads ] FOR RENT an advertised tub, wash with advertised soap, shave

with an advertised shaver, and have an advertised juice,

OFFICI SPACE, 150 W. Main Street cereal and toast, (toasted in an advertised toaster), puton
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.. ','"'eM, rl -' $100.00 month. Coll 4962261. advertised clothes and at advertised
glance
'" \ 'IA S : ; STAT ; MOBILE HOMI FOR RENT1981 all eleci an
$ 'YAN 'HOMES.]=:o'R.SALE
trie. 70x14 2 bed 2 bath S.W. Union watch. He will ride to work In an advertised car, sit in

1988 CHEV. PICK-UP :.QUTORAREA: County 250 month call33264ll.3tchrg.12.il. an advertised desk then smoke advertised
ALMOST BRAND NEW:3 BR, 2 BA With .. cigarettes
SPORTSIDE,350atac.ps.pb.tlntedwlndow..sport Garage. Energy Efficient,low maintenance and write with an advertised Yet this
wheels, 26k OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: woodedlots HOUSI FOR RENTHOUS FOR RENTIn pen. man
river access. $5450 each. No quality built home. $48,000. Worthington Springs. 2 bed I both. hesitates to advertise that does
miles.MUST SELLI), Reduced to Only $421.24/mo. payment with under saying advertising notpay. ;
$9950 OBOcall 964-9248 or 782- money down.$65.41 month. Owner.l2364579 I- $1500 down If qua) $220 per month.First and Lost months ) when l
or 1-622-2438 TFN payment you rent In advance.Call 496-2995 or Finally, his unadvertised business goes
3660 2 TIME SHARE UNITS Distress Sales ify. By Owner. 1011B W. Pratt SL 496-3509.4tpd.l2.ini.. under he will advertise for
1973 PINTO RUNABOUT: Extra clean 964-8073 16 it sale!!!
new engine, new tires, new carburetor Cheap) Cheap! World Wide Selec-. FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA
new stereo system automatic. If tions.Call Vacation Network today. 1 Central Ht/Air C.B., Living Room, ...,
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NATL
800-826-7844 1-800-826-1847
Interested call 964-9208 after 4 p.m. Den,Eat-In kitchen,fenced backyard,
$800 OBO. 2 in FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10 NORTH CENTRAL
storage shed. In town, nice neighbor CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
'80 FORD 150 TRUCK: Maroon, 6 cyl, MIDDLE TENNESSEE 20 Acres pasture hood.$45,000or$400/Mth.964-4284,
topper, AM/FM Cassette, standard and woodland. Creek thru property. CELLULARSTARKE
Iran... good condition. $2600 OBO. $695/per acre. 10%down Call alter 7 2 BR.: 2 BATH HOUSE. 2 carports on 1 Audio Vox 498
431-1269. 2 p.m. 615-722-3812 or 722-5607. acre. 30000. 2394 NW 65th Ave,
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT SEIZED CALHOUN COUNTY FLORIDA 3280 ATTENTION Call 1-771-2594. 16 Phone$100 Airtlme Credit
VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mer- Acres 2 miles frontage Hwy 20. GOVERNMENT HOMES Decen'bef
cedes, Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Numerous roads throughout. Timber from $1 (U-repalr). Delinquent ta x 96442388SOS Installed with Antenna dit
Buyer Guide. 1-602-838-8885, Ext A reserved. High & Dry land. $213/Ac. property. Repossessions.Call -602-- Mount$1 00 Dlecember9lt
838-8885 ext GH 3493. 16 -
3493.2 Strother Timberlands, Ltd. P.O. Box Choice of Installed or
'81 CAMARO: Rebuilt engine and trans- 755, Troy, Alabama 205-566-1870. r I
/ model
mission. 2000. 964-6734. 10 iANIMALSPETSFOR : transportable phone t
II = -' Choice of FREE Cordless 29 8
2 M .o ,SALE : Also
,L ,- r.i > <.q Phone or Radar Detector COST A
: i .. ..HAPPY.JACK: ,SKIN. ,3ALM;.,checks
tC )MM.EffCIAI1; f'10! If1TY.! ', rJ scratching ft relieves Irritated skin .. Activation Financing
RENT EASE-SALE; without steroids. Promotes healing & : : thru NCC Available
hair growth on dogs & cats) Gator II Flieei..s .MotorolaAudio
FOR SALE LEASE OR EXCHANGE, p Farm Supply, Ole Glore Feed, & Vox Pmts. from
7000 sq ft two story stucco building. O II Goldklst. 6 RadiantPanasonic $25 per mo.
137 ft139 E.Call SL comer Thompson REGISTERED AOHA GELDING: 9 yrs. AUTHOPiZED .
SL Leased to purchase or perfer old. By Artie Cloud. Excellent game AGENT Pagers We buy and sellearphones
exchange for water front property. horse and all around horse. $3500. Scott Lazenby !
Clyde W. Simpson. 356-6849 Call 964-5812 or 4682013.SuEl's .
3RETAIL
STORES FOR LEASE; Great
location across from KOA/Walmart, Retirement Community
Hwy 301, 1000 sq 964-8848, eve-
nings 473-3627 TFN 3 Retirement Community Retirement Home TWO EASY WAYS TO
FOR LEASE, PARTIALLY COMPLETED In this smallcommunity
1000 sq ft fast food location across A small retirement we also
from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848. evenings community at Su-El's. have SuEl'sRetirement '
473-3627 TFN 3 We have rentals or Ionic.A
FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/office rooms for self-care licensed group home SAVE To $350 IN I 1990 !
space: 3000-9000 sq ft, located at Independent seniors. \ a for senior who need*
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine It la a quiet setting assistance with
Industries. Contact Diane Ely, 964- with a home-like supervision. We give
SuEI'awe
3 atmosphcre.At personalized care 24.
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5294 offer housing hr. supervision hot I INCREASED CEILING ::
STORE FOR RENT 1000 SO FT 301 ,
utilities mold and .
SOUTH PLAZA, 964-7681 OR 964- laundry services with ; meals,week laundry long service term 2 WALL & FLOOR 9
6784 TFN 3itii'ir a 24 hr. stay Certified nursing INSULATION E
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mobile provide 24 hour nursing care. This facility has no religious affiliation. y'
horn,14x70carpetedgardentub.breakfast PION 1 Mile South on SR 325. Hampton. FL a SIMLett Walkerr 1 HEAT PUMP


central air.Must bar.utllily sellmovingl room.wlred No eq-fo Imml 11m

uity-take over payments. Serious I

Inquires frylng.4 onlylCall 964-3939keep. DURRANCE PUMP &: SUPPLYMyers ski 1 -,,:

66 PIEDMONT:56x28,3 BR 2 Bath with t :i

den and fireplace.CH/A,Assume loan. ,".. J 51
balance.Call 964-6566. 4 r ." ; ti"% a-s ,;:5l r
14X52 LIBERTY.I982.assume paymentsof 3
for 3 1/2 call 782- .
$157.32 years
Start the new year right. _
faier !
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Research shows that an increased insulation package and a high efficiency

COMMERCIAL tt heat pump in a manufactured home could reduce an electric bill as

Pump Sales & Service On All Makes much as $350 a year.
BUILDING manufactured home efficient
When you're buying a new a more energy I

Well Drilling home is a sound investment. In 1990. In 1991. And into the future. !

FOR SALE .
Residential & Irrigation Consider this...

1725 Sq. Ft. Lie 013O5B04 Lower electric bills can typically pay for the additional cost of these

964-7061 N. Temple Are.. 8t rke energy-saving features in less than three years. That's'! why you'should SI
$25,000Call Eves flt: Weekends: 964-7878
definitely consider an increased insulation package and a high efficiencyheat

964-6261 pump in your new manufactured home. I

Aheat i\ If you receive electric service from Clay Electric and you're already

AFFORDABLE imcomfortabre living in a manufactured Home, consider replacing your existing system i

T.HJC.APARTMENTS l with a high efficiency heat pump. Contact your day Electric district office I

922 E. Brownlee St. information low interest loan for qualified
Standing Rd. for on our energy program i!

Camp Starke, FL 32091 I members. Or for more information on energy efficient manufactured 5

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homes.
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964-7133 \vith. I Start the 1990's right, saving money the easy way with an energy efficient I

2&3 DR.family oriented,with home. I
laundry&large playground.
Free electricity first month. Excellence in Service for Over 50 Years.Clay .
'Rent 30%of your monthly Buytb.Tr-XL12OOto.t pa Jy I
If qualify. it'abasdssp.vldsa lonrtaont tseW4s _
Income you i comfcrt.Becue the XL LZ0011re.Uaoad
7f you wn; $3.35 pet> br.40 1 iil'i'o i ho*pump:tackid by n oxkiriva mnutwtuvVlO _
hrl1. a weds: &have:3 a j ysr mmnty m bo*. the.
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dependant your rent would* I the 1ra.ffi0 pb<7l101ps 2 yer.as_ .1..,.
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Stephen F. Alvarez, 29, was arrested Deputy Holland He was released
Doc 20 for violation of probation after a $750 surety bond was posted.
I (V'OF) for resisting arrest with 1t
violent, according to Deputy Traffic .
Horn.in Alvarez. III' was ROIt. Jimmy Cason, 36, was arrested ct
Dec 20 on a warrant for driving
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Timothy B. Newman, 31, was arrested under influence (DUD, driving L-
Dec 20 for VOP-battery, according while license suspended (DWLS),
to Deputy Anderson according to Deputy Gene Lee. He t <
Uull.ind. He was released after a ROR.
$.,nod surety bond was posted was

Timothy Lione Tyson, 23, was arrested
Wanda Pittman Middleton, 28,
on a warrant for failure to ap-
M. ,.' arrested Dec. 20 for accessory pear for DWLS,according to Deputy
after the fact retail theft, according Alvarez. He was released after a .j
II)Patrolman Jerry Feltner. She was $120.25 cash bond was posted. +yiw v'tw Ta1p1 r ''
leased\ after a $500 surety bond

uns posted Todd Lamar Hankerson, 25, was 1 _
arrested Dec. 22 on a warrant for : .
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,
:Melissa Mae Griffis, 19, was ar- I
H'stod, Dec 20 for possession of failure to appear for driving while
license according to Deputy
expired
alcohol I by a person under 20 years of
Alvarez. He was released after a
.ii', <', according to Patrolmen Smith
cash bond posted.
was
$120.25
rind/ Allin She was ROIl

John Covess Lee, 39, was arrested
HubortHstell Thomas,Jr., 21,was Dec. 23 for wilful-wanton reckless
arrested: Dec. 20 for carrying a concealed driving, according to Patrolman
weapon, according to Jerry Feltner. Lee was released
Patrolmen Smith and Allen. He was after a $262.50 cash bond was posted.
ROIL
Ervin Browning, 26, was arrested
Additional t charges against Dec. 22 for DWLS, according to I V. *Kk 46 .M s* *
:Michael West! Dec. 21 included attempted Deputy Alvarez. He was released
robbery, battery, battery, after a $21525 surety bond was
criminal mischief, burglary and posted.
assault, according to Deputy
Holland West, 29, in custody, remains -
: in the county Jail.
r

Embntt Lee, 56, was arrested FIIP Troopers Winter Wonders... and Troubles... Photo tiY Mark FH9tin'
Ore 21 when he came to the countynl Continue License, The historic freeze that wept In area last weekend left IU mark -In Ice and mow '8<<'ulpt_'created by the freeze,along with a number of accident and fire* I
., and started arguing with a correctional Vehicle Inspections
J.. the three county area. -
i officer. Lee who was very
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Bradford ,. i.-j.- l
intoxicated was charged with CountyThe :
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disorderly conduct, according to Florida Highway Patrol will to. .
Chief Deputy Pat Henry. He was be conducting driver license and i '' ...
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Hon vehicle inspection checkpoints during fIi
the week of Dec. 29 through Jan. -..,
John Gordon Gavagan, 43, was ar- 4 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, ,
n'ted Dec 22 on a warrant for making SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, ,. -'.>\. ,
threatening phone calls, according CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, ''''', '"" J
to Patrolman Perry Gorman. CR-227, CR-221 CR-230 and CR-100A i t \ ,- 1) ,
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He usa released after a surety bond in Bradford County.Recognizing ,
was posted. the danger presentedto '
the public by defective vehicle
Bond was revoked on Lauren Faltz equipment, Troopers will concen- \
Mattox charged with possession of trate their efforts on vehicles being 1
controlled substance, aggravated operated with defects such as bad -
battery of a law enforcement officer, brakes, worn tires and defective
I t
three counts resisting arrest without lighting equipment. In addition attention -
violence and ten counts of possessionof will be directed to drivers i __
drug paraphernalia. Mattox, 33, who would violate the driver license f 4 _
remains!> in custody. laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these check- _
Annette C. Lee, 21, was arrestedDec points to be an effective means of en-
26 for retail theft, obstructionby forcing the equipment and driver
a disguised person, according to license laws of Florida while insuring
Patrolman William Brown. Lee was the protection of all motorists.
seen placing a carton of cigarettes
under her clothing and leaving the Union CountyThe
J K Food Store, Her vehicle was stop- Florida Highway Patrol will ,' _
ped and she was returned to the be conducting driver license and 'ttUM$
store for identification Bond was set vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
at $750, she remains .custody with ing the week of Dec. 29 through Jan.
additional charges expected. 4 on SR-100 SR-121, SR-231, SR-241,
SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
Lawrence Devineaux, 42,
Joseph CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
was arrested Dec 21 for battery, 796A in Union County
disorderly] intoxication, according to



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."V' eQ from page 2B

contract for one year, since it is Dr. Hernandez's office, but in the
non-exclusive, that is, the city: is not end White prevailed and the city ap-
required to use Moore's equipment proved the request.
unless it is to its advantage to do so. The Kiwanis Club will be putting
In the meantime, Brown said, the in slides, swings and other small-fry
city should implement its bidding or- equipment, including fencing, and
dinance to provide for services suchas maintain the park for small
those covered in the Moore con- children.
tract to be put out for bid.
Ron Denmark, who opposed the Mil Swap...
Moore contract last year, was in the In the Dec. 5 meeting, Nancy
audience, but did not comment. Moody 745 McMahon St., soughtcouncifapproval
to replace an aging
Kiddie Park... mobile home with a two-year-old
Job E. White, president of the unit. The council delayed a decision
local Kiwanis Club, said the club while considering city ordinancesand
wants to assume responsibility? for prior actions.
u r.. equipping and maintaining the small This week the council approvedthe
park between the old RosenbergBuilling replacement when councilman
and the railroad. If approved Travis Woods said the new unit will
I White said it will be made into a meet set-back requirements and
"kiddie park," for children,ages 2-9 recommended its approval.
Mayor Vernon Silcox reminded Councilman Vernon Barber won
White the status of the property,say approval to rebuild the fence around
lag a large part of the park is on the recreation playground on Pine
-- II_ railroad property, and secondly the St. in the NE area of the city
.-r-.. Rosenberg Building may be said to
Photo bv Mark Fried/In private interest at some future time. Quit Too Soon...
Former commissioner Charles The council took no action on
Truck Overturns No Injuries... to Major W.C Reno. The truck,owned by C. Allea and Son from DeLand, Schaefer pushed to have the Kiwanis former city fireman Rex Siemer'srequest
A semi truck carrying lighter.turn,. overturned Dee. 27 at 8:17..... at wai apparently travelling too fait,laid Reno.There were no injuries although Club accept part or all of Wain- for back pay.Siemer left the
the Starke Power Plant u the driver attempted to make the curve,according there wai fmall diesel leak,.....Director EMS Cliff Chapman.E3& wright Park, on Church Street, but Fire Department voluntarily
White said the Kiwanis Club is in- several months before a pay con-
terested in Improving the downtown tract was signed. When signed, the
:Ji. frttf.EO R SALE:# 1it area, if possible.It pay was retoractive to a period when
:
> was also suggested that the club Siemer was still working. Siemer applied
.&?* y,Fl II'D.wT o">' <"-'st oil } I owned land on the for a pay adjustment, but the
; south slder Call St.. across from. city council declined to take action...

DO YOU KNOW Large or Small Loads of Limcrock

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how easy it is to place a classified ad :};; ; '){.964-6182/964'5823' k'# 964-6095 e 4

statewide using the \ David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

Florida Classified Ad Network?
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Minimum qualifications.Florida Licensure as a professional

registered nurse and one year experience. N.W."'28th St: Starke 964-6133
You reach 2 million Salary based on credentials and
can over people by using experience. Salary negotiable up to _
the Florida Classified Ad Network (FCAN).. $28,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$8.000). -- _-- .

You place only one order, and we take care
of the rest. Correctional: Medical Technician CERT ,Now Accepting Applicationsfor

Minimum qualifications Florida Licensure as a practical nurse.

Let us take care of your classified ad Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up One & Two Bedroom Apartments
placement I needs.Contact to $18.000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$5,000).
New Medical Facility. Successful candidate will be eligible for all
Florida career service benefits,including State Contributions to Southern Villas of Starke
health insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation days 10 paid
: holidays: and sick leave. Deferred compensation plan CEU's and 1001 Southern Villas Dr.. Starke. FL

in-service training.
.. Natural Wooded
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING, Setting

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Interested R.Nate Ilolton persons, Personnel should contact Manager Apartment features
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P. O. Box 333 ." Draperies .
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or Phone pc.! I On-Slte Laundry Facilities
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Ask for Sylvia Wheeler, your .' '. fEr 964-7295
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Free Falling... ;(
Skydlvnrt' high above KJI. Airport ; !' ''' .'
hurtle away from their plane.they : ,
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brgln Ilii'lr descent before pulling the Xi .
ripcord In thl sequence of photograph .
\ taken by instructor Jon n."laln flldit.|
Veterans.ay the first Jump ta the t'
hardest niter that you're "hooked". .

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professional.Recently -

I began skydiving. It is
by far the most exciting thing I
have ever done. Writing a feature
article on the subject was kind of an

afterthought Skydiving was also somethingthat f

looked like it would be "fun."
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Fun does not.even begin to describethe .......,"--..-''-- -'."' --- -......---- _.---- --------- --
pure exhilaration experienced in
skydiving.It .
could be determined to be a fAC' .
rather dangerous sport. But with the 'CEEP.CASU VrT ]DEALERS
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newer chutes, the quality ,. .
instruction provided and the care S

taken with every diver, risks are o !! !!
minimal. Another thing that makesit ioW xr .
safer is an automatic activation 4 t- --

device (AAD).This delicate peice of .r ,
equipment measures air speed with IY
altitude and will, in most cases r
activate the reserve parachute if

something has gone wrong.Another'Middleburg .
man. Dan
Fifield, who recently started
skydiving, is now off student
status. He did it in a month and a

half, including some weekends that
the weather was too bad to jump. "I
love it Its the most fun I've ever

had. Until skydiving, I thought

quitting smoking was my greatest n ... > y,P x Y ,-
achievement," said Fifield.

"The sport has grown greatly.We .
are not a bunch of daredevils,
but people from every walk of life

enjoying it to the fullest, I -r
participating in a great sport, and 1 e7c ,
being as free as a bird. This sport
can be enjoyed by all," said Joe
Davis, operator of Keystone Air -
Sports. You must be 16 years of First Time l

age to dive, with parental consentof
18 years old otherwise. EVERJ! ; *\

Davis has been at Keystone for : -
:::
10 yearsfand.has over, 22.years of =---
jumping experience.
Davis has had jumpers as old as
68-years old. Women also take part
in this popular sport. Carol HunterSee


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In lieu of flowers, donations 1 J". \t\l\l.n, sep'i", "d' ... .-.--. .__." .,;!'if) _''': ., .l. Ii((, ":.I i:',r . ... :";.... . .. -
may be made to the Keystone tence ". t\ I ,ta\\s a.f' .... _. .
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Mrs.Minnie M. StephensMrs. \' __
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Minnie Mae Stephens, 8-1. of ''
Keystone Heights, died Monday,
Dec. 25, at the home of her daughter, .
Lucille Cooke in Keystone Heights, !t \
following an illness of several months ,. : .:,,-- !!jJ -- ..-', --
Born in Nassau County Mrs. '11 ifili
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moved to ; .; .
Stephens Heights in 1977 from Jacksonville.She Keystone.. t : )IIa!, t : i1'1 lj ..;:: _. :liI I
was a member of the First Baptist ;.;,.- '"' ....) ( .'. _. ". !
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Church of Keystone Heights and --- '- .. .!':c-' _..I.C-
was a homemaker. 1990 NEW YORKER 1990 PLYMOUTH LASER 1990 CHRYSLER 1990 CHRYSLER
Survivors include two daughters, LeBARON
FIFTH AVENUE LcBARON CONVERTIBLE COUPE.
Lucille_M. Cooke Keystone Heights! RS Turbo Model Voted One of
Wrid-'tl.' -x'itn! mivrrtlble1.
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GKblSNOI; t'i and Juanita Jones of Miami; two CarandDrlver'sTenBegtt!
and OT Models and
sons,.Norman Stephens of Jackson- $ CASH .
ville and Garland Lee Stephens of lOOO $1OOO $1000 .
Tampa; one sister, Lillian Purcell of BACK! $1000 CASH
Jacksonville; nine grandchildrenand GUARANTEED BACK!'
eleven great grandchildren. CASH BACK! CASH BACK!
Funeral services for Mrs. GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED
Stephens will be held at 10 a.m. in H Smooth a Crystal Key .
the First Baptist Church of Keystone! Responsive New 5-Year or ON I HlfiMI INK ONPHKMIL'M.OTAOTCB ON HIOHUNEI ON PREMIUM.OT OTC
Heights on Thursday, Dec. 28, with 3.3..itcr: V-6 50,000MileOwner Cockpit-Stylo I I.I 5-Speed Manual 2.5.Liter Message Center .I All-New PowerAssistedFourWheel
Dr. E. Winson Butler officiating. f Engine Care Interior Overdrive Electronic Fueland Mini-Trip Cockpit-Style
Burial will be in Riverside Memorial H More Leg Room Warranty* .I Compact Disc Transaxle Injected Engine Computer Interior Disc Brakes
Park in Jacksonville at 1 p.m. Jones than the Biggest M Available Mark Player with I fhg I Responsive 1.8Poweol'Assi"ted V 6 Engine .I 2.5-Liter B Message Center
Funeral Home of Keystone Heightsis Cadillac" Cross Leather Four-Speaker Liter Overhead RackandStaadLrd on Electronic Fueland Mini-Trip
in charge of arrangements. In lieu a Automatic Tern Hi Standard Driver Sound System Cam Multipoint Pinion Steering 1'1 emlum and Injected Engine Computer
of flowers donations may be madeto perature Control Air BagAvailable/ Available Injection Engine. a PowerAssistedFourWhccl i C T Models .I Power-Assisted Standard Driver
Lottie Moon Christmas Mission Air Conditioning fit 4 Wheel .I 0-60 M.P1L in \\O Standard. Driver Rack.andAir Bag
Offering, First Baptist Church, 550 III tntrarJrlve,the Anti Lock 6.6 Seconds Disc EraJies ,Air nag Pinion Steering
Heron Street, Keystone Heights, FL World's MostAdvanced Disc Brakes (RS Turbo Model) .)
32656 Automatic i ... ; -
Transmission
Mrs. Lula Rivers r

Mrs. Lula Rivers, 68, of Lawtey, ..
died Tuesday Dec. 26, in Lake 1 HURRY IM NOW TERWILLEGAR '''' REVELS
Butler Hospital,. Lake Butler, .W Before These .
Florida- long illness. ) GREAT DEALS .: CHRTSLER-PUfMOUTH CHRYSLERPInfOVTHINC.I .
following a
Mrs. ''': *.&.* -fj>v '. 141 west MadIaon Street .., lOfiONi Orange Avenue y v '
Born In Fernandina Beach, DISAPPEAR! .'
(' ir' t\. ', *.::> Starke.PL Cieen CoveSprtn29.fi.
'Rivers, and was moved raised to in Lawtey.Tarpon nine Springs .. :r' ", 't', .. lit 1 t'l .' ., ', (9O4)9R4-XXX. ) : .. ,' ',. (9O41264-2410"" r t ;..:\\11,. I.q'i. .:
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Lake. She ,
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years ago from Kingsley .
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John the Divine .
was a member of St. ; I '\ :
Jackson- 1 y.
of
Greek Orthodox Church |
ville and was a retired restaurant- .. ,Y4T' : CARUSO :." VARBROUGH REGIONALCHRYSLERPUrMOUTH
owner and homemaker. .CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH. CHRYSLER-PUfMOUTH
Survivors Include her husband, .750SouthsldeBIvd.' .201 San Marro Avenue! 1951.HlfihwayAIAEast'Vldee 1
Kenneth Rivers of Lawtey; one Jacksonville FL SI. AufCwtlne FL FL
daughter, Dorothy Pappas of Tarpon CHRYSLER, (9041 723-7300 ((9041829-6J31..,: 1-21340 'i
Springs; one brother, Louis ) .i.
Mansard of Tarpon Springs; one, .;
sister Kay Soful of ClearwaterBeach -
; a granddaughter, Lisa!( ,, 1IOTT .
Malamatos of Tarpon Springs; al :7 1'1"z" BECKCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH RIVER CITY INC.UaH .
grandson, Steve Malamatos of,' ; rgf110tlt. CHRTSLERPIYMOUTHINC.C1: : -hw F ." ,< :'
Oldsmar and a great grandson, 3323 Reid Street, 1736 Carnal AvenueJacksonvtUei Oalr. {.
Malamatos of Oldsmar. Fblatka.FL FL ._ 4
Christopher 1904138 ()f2
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Funeral services for Mrs... Rivers ,. (904)328-8063 (30413O97793. .
will be held at 11 a.m. In DeWitt C. .. ft'
Jones Chapel, Starke, on Friday il'1i) 'Onln 1990 dalerstocl 'Vl\ txduibnormaJmamtmanctadJusllllffll.andccrtalD"Ikm5.SftCIIp emptdumlttdtranantyttdtakr t rstrktbnsippltCawlapfrctndposQtralnbr7Thrsa70.t100Wksoutets "'

Dec CwitopouloB 2t, officiating.with Father Burial Pau will ,,_ .. ... ; \ ( "' ''rts. ( !lratrdfatrantvatwurdealerRatrktlororppit1CmlplrgatlroCad/ ; ) acBlotl& Ilm .. ",

be in Dekle Cemetery in Union Coun-

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has been jumping for 15 months'and the jumper failed. my first jump[ course. WARNING: 5w
has over 75 frccfalls and 14 There is about a one in a million This sport is highly addictive. the ground instruction. About half
static line jumps under her belt. chance of dying skydiving, There were recently three! weekends of the instruction is in the class
According to Davis, in 1989 over according to Davis. Compare that in a row that the weather did not room and the second half is outside
5 million skydives were made in to a 1 in one thousand chance of permit jumping and I began to have hanging in the harness, practicing
(lie (United States. Regretfully 38 dying in an automobile accident. withdrawl) symptoms.For parachute landing falls and exiting
I fatalities were experienced.None of I went out to the airport to the first-timer there are the plane.
those were because of the equipmentor "check things out"one weekend and several ways to enjoy the The static line is a cord hookedto
a parachute failed but because the next weekend I was there to take experience. If you arc just interested_ the plane and to the pin on your
parachute,which when pulled opens
the chute. It takes the place of the
MAY WE ASSIST YOU IN YOUR ripcord. After the series of static

line jumps, which on the last three
NEW YEAR J 0 oi you practice dummy pUtlfc (pullinga
i dummy ripcord), you begin your'
frccfalls and pulling ,your own
FINANCIALPLANNING ripcord. That is if all five of your
static line jumps are successful.One .
? 1990 of the main reasons took this
route was because you get more
t tour jumps for the buck and it seemed to
Ask about be skydiving.On a more. cautious approach to

Home my second freefall "hop andrep"
I did not hold a steady arch,
Under the Canopy...
became unstable and was upside
Equity Former BCT Staff Writer Larry Ogtoby Mali mile u he nuke another
down from chute.
Mfe landing at KII Airport. banging my
Credit Line. 0 Oglenby Mid he wanted to try It once"for the experience"hen got"slightly; Davis put me back on the static
.. hooked"to the rapidly growing sport and..now a regular on the weekends. line for one more jump to"get backon
the horse that threw you.." It
in doing it once for the experience, Another method is called should be noted here that my
HAPPY NEW a tandem drop can be arranged.Thisis Accelerated Freefall. On this jump, parachute opened even though I was
,, where an instructor is strapped to you arc joined by two instructors upside down.If .
your back, or rather you are exiting the plane at 10,500 feet all your jumps arc successful, i
YEAR. strapped in front of him.You go up freefall for about 30 seconds and you would make your minimumfive
.. to over 10,000 feet, exit the plane, pull the ripcord.The instructors are static line jumps, then progress
go into freefall and pull the ripcordat there to make sure you remain to short delays. After that you will ,.
Bradford Square Branch r 4,000 feet. The instructor will stable during freefall and that you make two 10-second'freefalls, two
Closed Saturday & usually let the"rider"pull the cord do indeed pull the ripcord. 15-sccond freefalls, two 30-sccond
Monday and steer the canopy to the target'area. The traditional method, which I freefalls, then three 45-second
(This method is rather opted for requires five static line freefalls.
expensive however.) Perhaps the scariest part of the
jumps and about six hours of on
Main Bank Closed whole thing was climbing out of)
Monday January 1, 1990. the plane,putting my feet on a step
and climbing out on the wing strut,
oWlnnlng where you hang, turn and look at
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK o TENNiS your jump master and wait for himto
tell you to go. After over IS
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