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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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'O'N.ol: B.C. zoning ond planning' ;, director- voiced con- S.n. Hollingsworth Commissioner,Riddick: Rep. Chance Irvine "Process Buddy R.v.lsDor.ll Wowed" I

I cerns about emergencies In or out, .of plant. Commissioner "What about Prisoners" ""Opposed Waste" "Not in my distrIct" |

Lawrence Most/, at right, .looks worn out, .
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'Worthotirid\ Congressman Bill Grant today criticized l the process to find a site Safety Big Question
at that plant,' who a re you'. for Florida's first hazardous! waste treatment plant and called on {

going to call? The' Gov. Bob ,,Martinez to postpone a final decision until the situation'. i I '
fire can be corrected Bradford 'County:Commissioners until 11:30.: :Even then, all persons on
Gators'to Meet... Heilbron Springs joined with more than 300 citizens' the "wanting to speak' list could note
In a letter to the Governor, Grant said he found it beyond coin-
all from '
Department We're three counties Tuesday night in heard.,
'The Starke Gator Quarterback ,, cidence that four of the five possible sites selected by the Department 'a '
DERsponsored'public'' hearing DER was criticized for its haste in
Club will meet Thursday, Jan. 28,- volunteers and work for a of Environmental Regulation could he clustered in Union, ,
'that brought sometimes emotional'sometimes deadlinefor
site selection to meet
a May
at the Starke Golf & Country Club., Jiving., We're not trained Bradford and Clay:; Counties." ,. heated discussion and receiving $21 million in Federal

Social hour, 6:30: p.m.. ; covered in'that,,field and we won't "The DER claimed to have surveyed 10,200 sites for eligibility. questioning from more than 300 ,Superfund money to clean up old
'dish supper? p.m. yet four of the sites are in three largely rural counties.", Grant said. residents of three counties protesting hazardous waste dumps in Florida. '
'be at home: .anyway. "North Florida Is the most pristine part of our state and should not the location of a hazardous After the meeting one DER staffer
have to become the home for this! facility imply because of politics waste- treatment in '
MS'Science Fair. T. McCarthy\ facility this' said the agency had to comply with a
: .; rry There is no reason why an indnf'rator'whose only emission will be North Central Florida Area:' Legislative mandate, to do a job in
An awards ceremony for the Chlal HSVfO water vapor should not be located closer: to>> the major hazardous'' DER staff members and representatives eight months that had required three
Science Fair at Bradford Middle waste producers around the state,".' of Roy F, Weston, Inc,, the years in some other states.

'School is set at '7 p.m. tonight 'The DEit I Is scheduled to present its three top sites to the Environmental Westchester, Pa..,- consulting firm' Charges of political overtones (In
(Thursday Jan. 28). Regulation Committee on March IS. The Commissionmust employed to do the Florida study of the site selection process were made w:
The projects will be on display in, ":Incineration offers the recommend one site to the Governor, President. of the Senate sites,were sharply questioned about by some protestors,who pointed out
the BMS gym for public' viewing most'thoro'ugh destruction'! and Speaker of the House before May I, J9118. the methodology used in their the fact that all five finalists were in

during the! day All students' Grant aaid it is time the'State' accepted responsibility for the' screening process, and aUeged er- small communities.with low voter \
parents, and interested citizens are'Invited of hazardous, $ wastes.Richor4 / ( hazardous waste generated within its borders and he supports, rors in computing some of' their registration compared to the more

to attend. f + Wllklrm building a treatment facility as long. the selection. process if ap- scientific data. >populous South Florida areas. Bud
"- plied fairly. Every seat in the 250 capacity dy Revels who resides near the
:Choral Concert. Dlv.of Waste'M,,. 'Starke Elementary School cafeteria Florida State Prison selected site,
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"The people of North Florida have been fighting to attract the was filled with an additional hun- asked "Can the Governor
A choral concert is set at 8 p.m. kind of industry which brings stable, long term employment." dred protestors lining walls aisles; guarantee the safety and health of
tonight (ThUrsday Jan. 28)) in the Grant laid. "They i believe, this facility would be a negative and corridors. Originally scheduledby the people In the targeted area?"
Bradford High auditorium.The characteristic for.the area." DER for a 7 to 10 p.m. time limit
Bradford High chorus and the hearme ran !90 minutes overtime

Vocal ensemble will perform under, ,

Don event the direction Hardy.in the It newly of will Choral renovated be the Director inaugural BHS Dr. Pete Gianas; John- Miller, Lori Sapp> Zita Shuford Honored .by 'Chamber I

auditorium. It is the fall concert ,

delayed by the auditorium. renovate. by Buster Hahn and baked potato was served for din- made outstanding contributions ,in Dr. Pete Gianas.,. Nam. He is'on the board of directors
BCT Staff Writer The meal catered' the for the Florida National Bank and
tionAdmission ner. by their respective fields. This V" '
:: $2. Members of the Starke-Bradford Western Steer Family Steak House, went to the rawards' ''Dr. 'Gianas received the, the current president of the Starke' I
.: County Chamber of Commerce and was served ,'expeditiousty .to the sons: fojlowing per "'Humanitarian of the year" award Rotary Club:: ,

Voter'Deadline..., their guests, some 300 persons, at- large crowd, while still hot allowing presented by incoming Chamber
regJstra'tlondeadline ,tended the 1988 annual banquet all diners to complete their"meal .Lori Student 'of the Year, 'President Susan Faulkner. In mak-
A Feb.6 voter President
'Saturday evening .Jan. 23, and before the program began. Hot coffee Bradford High SchooJ.Zlta ing the presentation,
is set for the March 8: ,reported it to be the /best one ever. was offered to those who wantedit Faulkner said many people nay-
Super Tuesday election for 16' covet the award but only a few very
Good friends and good fellowship, along with a delicious apple cob
states. graced with good food followed by bler for dessert. Former Chamber of .Ann Shuford,'Student of the special people will ever,qualify! for,
The registration office will be good entertainment was the order of Commerce .President 'John MLller'said Year, Santa Fe Community College, It.r .,
open all day: Feb 6, a, Saturday. the evening. "Harry, Hatcher did a fins job in Starke Center.'John '"He provides'a number'' of"vital(.

Outgoing President Ray Norman, catering the dinner..'."' MiUerj Citizen of the Year.,,, services to members of our. com".
SWIMJVleetings.: .,,: completing his second one-year After dinner,,a "Salute to the Con -Pete w.Gianas: M.D., munity at absolutely no i charge;
''The Suwannee River Manage<, term In officeexpressed/ his,ap-, stitution'1-was presented with participants -' Humanitarian of the"Year,\ Ms.. Faulkner said, and continued' "

,'ment District announces two .... .. .- ___ ,I dressed in colonial "He performs physicals for participants all
in special Olympics,
Dressed as colonials and
meetings are scheduled to discusS' 'Staking Icostumes.( in, >athletes in Bradford Middle School,
part the'program were'
the Surface Water Improvement School and '
SFC Danny Brabham Commander, and Bradford High provides
and ,
Management program informal for
some counselmg
.(SWIM). The public is invited to at.( TSFC Max Dickinson as Benjamin students and graduates. '
tend the meetings and offer comm Franklin, ,SSgt. Kathy Weaver as r

ments and suggestions related to Miss Liberty and Spec. 4 Kathy-': t. "Dr"G anas is also the medical .M
Downard, cast as Uncle Sam...
the SWIM program. .director for the Emergency Medical
''The first meeting wilt be, held in Colonial guards in 'the program., services,'Chief of Staff at Bradford
were Sgt. Phillip Nichols 1st Sgt.
the county commissioners room of and team doctor for BHS
Eugene, White, SFC Rick Downs:?; Hospital,
the courthouse in Lake City tonight football team. He teaches advanced
SFC Willie and''
(Thursday, Jan. 28) at 7 p.mj Wall. Sgt. Maj. cardiac 'life 'support EMT and
Rodney Halt, veteran Bradford <
The second be
meeting will heldin' paramedic refresher courses duringhis
the City Hall Fannin Springs, County school board member, schedule." Th. Humanitarian....
Tuesday Feb. 2,at I p.m. Sgt., Hall said the."'Salule to the busy Dr, 'Pata GI no. wo: nomad

Constitution' was. something the out "Humanitarian, ol tha' year" by lh..
Ms. Faulkner: pointed that Dr.
Florida National Guard
wanted to Chamber ol
Commerce for hit contribution
Defeat Toxic Waste... do, to show its appreciation for our Gianas goes beyond the dedication",' to school l sport activities and his
normally expected: in medical
professionals
heritage our' nation and our com- for
the III.
ganuina concern
An meeting for concerned
open We bringing a genuine concern -
doing it.
enjoyed
citizens will be held tonight (Thurs munity. audience wa S. > and sincere interest in'the '
day,Jan. 28) at 7 p.m., at Bradford Apparently performance.the Their enjoyedthe ? physical, emotional and spiritual Lora E. Sapp

Family Restaurant US-301 south. '...... brought the house down.. applause aspects of his patients.. .. Lora Sapp received the "BHS Stu-.
"We can't win without lOu; We Former Chamber Director Jack The person nominating Dr. Gianas dent of- the 'Year"* award for
,
'can win.v.with your help. Eckdahl came to the to said in the nominating letter that, academic- and athletic, ac-
y For more information;call? Mrs. thanks to chamber podium officers and say "Dr. Gianas is .a guy who can't say 'complishments by a high school student. -
Claudia Godwin 964-S69O/ Sandra "" .. _
no.
The Citizen.. members for' their
O'Briant-Johnson, 964-4288, or LIbby support during Supt. Jim Duncan presented the
Lori Sapp....
Griffis,4311135.: John Millar, wa. named "Cltlian of tha his tenure in Starke. and to in- John M. Miller.., award to the school's star pupil,saying
f' .s. Yaar" lor giving many "hour" to civic oellvitiat troduce the i guest speaker, Vic ...received!the Chambar of Commerce I her athletic achievements are i incredible -
In the past four yaan, and for Smith, better known in this area as award at "BHS-Studant of the Y...," for The "Citizen of the Year" award and unique, placing her on
l the "Poke McHenry.", academic *ellenca and outstanding went to John Miller for his work in
Class of 1938... providing outstanding 'tGdorahlp on the All-State Athletic Team four
Downtown Revitalization Proact.| 01'/ Poke regaled the ,audience alhlatic achievements, Lori) I I. .tha the community, more especially for and three
The Class of 1938 of Bradford about 20-25 minutes with stories, in- daughter of Don and Edith Sapp of the' countless hours spent on the years tively;years in two sports,years Track respec-and
terspersed with serious downtown revitalization project.
High will meet at noon Monday, comments Storka.
Feb. 8, at the Western Steer predation to the many people who concerning the importance of providing Ray Norman' past president of the Cross"In order Country- .
achieve her
Steakhouse to plan a reunion. contributed of their time during his opportunities for the com.mUnlty's Chamber Commerce made the to high state
tenure and thanked the banquet youth through supporting presentation, saying, "John Miller and national ranking is evidence of a
committee for its efforts in has devoted total and year-round commitment to
making the Chamber of Commerce. 'many hours. to the
the evening an outstanding success. Call Street Downtown Progress Committee, the excellence.' She averaged two
Upcoming...
Norman cited some 15-20 local During serious moments, Poke Downtown Task Force and the hours per day, seven days a week,in
Public meetings scheduled in the firms for being "Chamber related he is one.of 4 boys (and 4 ClosedJack Downtown Revitalization Task running preparation,for almost four
coming weeks are: Champs" so named for having contributed girls) born to a coupje"on the wrong To Be ,,Force. He has been the contact man years. This is a remarkable dedication
Lawtey city council: 7:30 p.m. $500 or more to the local side of the tracks; and how each of in bringing this Important project to., to a goal-oriented endeavor as
Monday, Feb. 1, city hall. chamber. the foul boys' earned college Griffis, Spokesman for a successful conclusion.", well as a personal sacrifice. She has
City Commission of Starke: 7:30: The program got under way with degrees, three engineers and Poke, 'the Florida Department of "During the past four years; John likewise committed herself to high
p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2, in city hall at the presentation of the colors by a the journalist. His point is that all .Transportation, Gainesville of' Miller has served as president of the academic achievement, which Is"
,... Thompson and Jefferson Streets. National Guard-team consisting of youth should have an opportunity to lice,said CaU Street,from US-501 Chamber of Commerce, and served; evidenced by her school'records. .,
-Board of Governors, Chamber of Staff Sgt. Kathy Nick Sgt.Jeff Norman reach his potential in becoming a to.Church Street will be closed to on the board of governors and executive said'Supt. Duncan.",
Commerce: noon Thursday, Feb., Sgt. Norman Dowdy and Spec.' productive member of society, through traffic from 7:30 a.m., committee. He has worked LOra holds a 3.14 grade point
4, SFCC Starke Center. V.., 4 Teddy Brown. Polk's talk drew lots of laughter Monday,Feb.'1 to 5 p.m.,Friday, daily with city and county officials'on average, and scored 84 percent in
Discussion of Camp Biandmg as The national anthem 'was from the audience, and his serious Feb. 5. various community projects,and the American College Testing Pro
a possible site for Florida's Hazardous :- rendered by Staff Sgt. Shirley comments drew applause.,. 'In order to accomodate supported the effort to locate the gram., In her high school senior
Waste Treatment facility Is Wright who did an outstanding job downtown merchants, local traffic SFCC Starke Center in our city" year, she is pursuing a College
set at the Kingsley Lake Civic of singing the difficult song> and hit will be allowed In the area. Norman said. Preparatory Course of Study.
Center, Saturday Feb 6. A- ting those hard-to-reach high notes Four Awards... Walnut Street will remain open. In closing, Norman noted that Lora lives in Starke with her
covered dish supper will be held and at with ease. The Chamber; of Commerce with through traffic:" 'being Miller served in the U.S. Air.Force parents, Don and Edith Sapp.'

7..p.m._ followed.. + .. by r speakers period ant Steve Futch gave the invocation makes four awards each year ton diverted to other streets. and Florida National Guard for 22
tint pwf ,",'" 1\11''' ''If''JI"t: 'I''''!MII1'1f'f' >, i., ., r '>*< V lIf'II with a tntn, M' ,4.tv ,,,, VI.t s.. Pe)reM, FAnr, 4wA dfi...

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. 3 Counties, Eying Joint' Landfill :on FSP Property


| have never accepted the idea By 1990 it Is estimated that figure The commissioners also wondered
putting garbage in a big bole in will escalate to 40,340 tons per year. if a hazardous waste incinerator is to
ground is the. thing to do.. I Recycling would cut the amount of be built in the area, why it can't also
improved technology is coin waste put in the landfill by some 40 ,burn the area's solid waste. r d
: in a few years," said Bradford percent estimated Bradford Solid "I think what we need is' a little
Joe Riddick.: For in- Waste' Director Darrell O'Neal. time. Something is going to come
Berrien County Georgia is' Recycling experiments are now be- said Union Commissioner
a $2, million incineration ing earned out in Perry in Taylor Gerald Griffis, echoing the feeling
recycling program. Such a plant County, where waste separated at that a new solid waste technology is 4 4.Y
In operation in Richmond, the landfill site and in one section of rapidly developing
Riddick said. Gainesville where residents are asked -
incineration is mentioned to to separate waste Into different Those attending from Union coun- 4' 'ltII
engineering firm of Camp types. ty were Commissioners Gerald Grif,
I and McKee consultants do-, 'We're going to have to recycle,'" fis and Gary Taylor, and Public!
the 13-county regional plan. It is Mid Baker Commlssoner George Health Director Glenn Howard. '
off by engineers saying Knabb. Everybody agreed. From Baker County were commis-
technology Is not proven. When Pass local ordinances requiring sioners James' Croft and Gerry'
waste is burned in Europe, the recycling suggested Union's Glenn Knabb. From Bradford County were
is the trash is not the same. Howard the county's director of commissioners E. L. Norman, Joe Jw, ..ry
there the answer 'is "What public health. Riddick Wilbur Waters Maxie ra.
RIddiCk said. Darrell O'Neal who moderatedthe Carter and Chairman Lawrence
believes incineration and meeting said yard trash makes Mosley From the DOC was Jerry
is the wave of the future, up about one-fourth of the volume of Pilcher, Chief Region II Administration -4'
the Bradford landfill. Bradford Service. Moderating the
question on' 'the recycling, Commissioner Wilbur Waters said meeting was Darrell O'Neal, Brad-
county."I agreed is will the part of the recycling effort could be, ford Solid Waste Director.Poke .
cooperate a wood chipping operation in which
is 'estimated the three counties the chips would be sold and the I'' t
,
the local prisons are generating dollars put back Into the solid waste

(() tons of solid waste per year program.!!

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Election Slated for February Zlta Shuford...,
.kwon the "Studertf of. the Year1'award for the SFCC Stark Center become el'

Buster Rahn will (be automatically elected, her,academic excellence/ and cooperotivenes., an exceptional achievement
Staff Writer without his''name appearing on the becauie the !I. married and' hoi two children..Zlta I. married- to Ken Shuford and,
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election has been set Tuesday ballot live. In Lowtey.
16 for the town of Brooker,with A.B. Adams was out of town dur- Mr, Shuford, above. If presented. the award by Or Bernle McFadden director
of two council members, Roy ing the regular qualifying'period of the SFCC Starke Center.
\ and A.B. Adams ,expiring and did not qualify but neither did s dW

year. anyone else.
there are two seats to be The qualifying period for''the'Adams ,\> "
}) ; an election may not be seat has been re-opened by "
if additional candidates the town council on Monday Friday AwaJ"ds.
Four '
qualify for the vacancies. and Saturday Jan. 25, 29 and 30, at (from page 1A)
Carroll wilt not seek ret City Hall from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
tlOn but Gene Melvin has Adams has agreed to qualify for Zita Ann Shuford... college student, with an ACT of 27
;;;! for his seat, the only can: another term. Jf no one else qualifys ''and a GPA of 3.5. She should
in that race Since qualifying during the period, Adams will also "Zita represents the typical' graduate with her A.A. degree this
modern student in that she is "
Carroll seat is closed, Melvin be automatically reelected.Hazardous IL college" summer. .
said Dr. Bernie
not typical, Dr. McFadden quoted a teacher
,McFadden director of the SFCC. Dr. April O'Connell,as saying, "Her
--- --- Starke Center contributions
I voluntary to the
Waste
,(from page 1A> AAc Henry had everyone Dr. McFadden continued"It usedto Starke Center are numerous. She is
-- --- --- --- -- be \unusual for a mother to be go-
always available to lend a hand for
Revels said the rating criteria used emergencies, but offered no promise, picked for a treatment plant. They laughing with his tales, gleaned'from ,ing to college they even made a special occasions, providing cakes,
by Roy Weston Inc, allowed 900 of state I help in ,providing the said the, waste materials being his long 'years of workingon movie on the subject one time, but, borrowing tables and helping to
points to threatened animals,but only necessary: equipment, brought in would be contained in 55' southern newspapers. !Poke now 800, of our seats are filled by clean up. She is ever ready to lend a
600 points for people gallon drums, and would be tem- has a serious 'side' also, 'and students of all ages from recent helping hand to students in ,
{ rClay County Opposes porarily stored in an enclosed area BHS graduates to grandparents,"
'Can do her
Revels ,asked we ,, whatever way she can. Through
for
of with concrete floor until they could gave listeners food thoughtin "Zita Is married (to Ken Shuford), Center has
anything to keep it out this area,, Commissioner James Jett of Clay' efforts the Starke
or are we just playing,charades her ,County, containing the targeted site ''be incinerated' in a "state of the art".' providing opportunities for with a 12 year old son'' and a 5 year become a lovelier place to be.," >

tOnight"" : of ,Camp' Blanding, presented a incinerator.They said' that, approximately 50 ",youth,in,the community., old daughter yet she is a full time
Ronald P. Davis said there are at forceful resolution, adopted by his
would
be at the'
least 4,000 people residing, working, board opposing the location of a persons employed
plant, and that the facility should at-
or in prison In the immediate area of treatment facility "anywhere in this
''two Union Correctional tract other satellite Industries to the SEE, OUR 'AD IN THURSDAYS
targeted sites, )environmentally ,sensitive area of PLEASE
area, which could provide more
Institution and Florida State' Florida." Sites should be placed in TIMES UNION FOR MORE
employment increasing retail salesin
Prison, "and there is absolutely noplan the most
the areas that generate the area, and also the purchase SUPER BOWL PARTY' PLEASERS!
whatever for evacuation
in case waste, Jett argued.
of action in or around a hazardous Bradford Commissioners' Maxie durable goods. BOWL
They did not deny the possibility of SUPER
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waste plant He said "We were Carter,Jr.,Joe Riddick and Wilbur,
spills on the highways but said tons
:assured at the Raiford hearing (on Waters, all spoke in opposition to '
annexation of site) that this thing is locating the plan in this area, stating of hazardous materials are already PARTY
coming (to this area) which has no knew nothing of the site selec- being transported through this area
they
facilities to cope,with spills or other tion until January which was"after'the via truck and train. "'There are no
guarantees in this world," Director
.
malfunctions HEADQUARTERSj
fact", Riddick said,."Send the Wilkins commented. ,
Richard Wilkins director 'of of the State that
waste to the part
DER announced that the
DER's Waste Management Division present
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generates it. five sites will be narrowed down IS YOUR FLORIDA
agreed that no system of waste to LOTTERY HEADQUARTERS
disposal Is fail safe. "We do have accidents In Defense'of Plant" three 'in 'March. and will then be ';I WITH 35 CONVENIENT
he said while presented to the Environmental 1 LOCATIONS TO SERVE
stating that
every precaution would be taker 16*..- frNPenint, remarks 'officials of, Regulation Commission which will YOU IN NORTH FLORIDA. PRICED BEGIN TUURS., JAN 18th
prevent i disasters. He agreed that DER and Roy Weston, inc., pointedout make the final recommendation of THRU WED., FEB. 3rd. AT ,OUR
emergency rescue units in this area factors they considered on the'' No. choice to the Governor,and the STARKE LOCATION ONLYlFlEISCHMANN'S !
ii(
were not equipped to handle;, such positive side for the community Legislature.!

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I Rec. Department News, _


Another year of' baseball will be You, may call 964-6792 to find out ,Schedules will be given out by the C ;Bi,4 TBACARDI\

beginning soon I Registration will what team your child Is on, on' coaches. If you have any other questions ,
begin Monday, Jan. 11 and end March H from 30-12: noon or 1-5:30 pleasecontact, the Recreation DISTILLED DRYGIN =_ % PUERTO RICAN
Thursday,March 10 for Dixie Youth Dept.' -
,and Dixie Boys. rum
Dixie, Youth is divided into two age pmDixie} Boys will practice Mar.14-16 'L75LITER ;11? AMBER & SILVER
'groups: Mnior League for ages 8-10 from 3:30-4:30: : at Edwards Road. Ceramic. Classes. 59,Jot. flEISCNM.4_ _. ? NS, BAC AR I 1.75 LITER
and Major League for ages 11-12 The draft 'will be held Wednesday .,.'
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Dixie Boys is for ages 13-14 Deter' ,March 16 and posted Thursday Mar, Ceramic Classes will'begin Mon 10" ? a-
,mining date is how ,old your child i is 17. (See above information concern, day, Feb.' 1, 7-9 p.m.. for evening l'2'
on, August lr1988 ing where the list will be posted or, ,classes. Morning classes will beginon 1 (
Clinics will be at about calling.) + Plilfl/s1M/i
Pratt St. field; on Tuesday, Feb. 2 from 9-12 noon _
the following days: March ."-10. Uniforms will be given out by the and again on Wednesday Feb., 3 ., ,
Minor League- 3':15-4 p.m.,and Major ,Recreation Dept.. about a week from 9-12 noon.,
League-4:15-5 p.m: The Draft before the season begins. The seasonis Ceramics Instructor Lillie ,Ann
will be held on, Thursday,..Mar 10, scheduled to begin approximatelyApril Johns will have these classes in the
,and posted the following day at Pratt 11 and will end some time in Old Armory on 301 ,(across from
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Summer School _Programs, Set by Boardby --

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luster Rahn blem for the age group, and the Applications from persons already I S.dA ,,
BCT Staff WriterSuperintendent drop-out rate is high, says Duncan- in the system,having proper credentials facility last week, and were
Jim Duncan Swimming classes will he held at will be given preference,$upt. reportedly well pleased with the contractor'iI '
Outlined his recommendations for Kingsley Lake again this summer Duncan said. work +isf a .
summer school programs, and with Jennifer Vaughn as instructor, i
received unanimous support from *Board Member Rodney Hall made The board approved the The board discussed bids receivedfor
board members in a special school the motion to approve the superintendents, recommendationto gasoline, and accepted the bid
board meeting Tuesday Jan. 26. superintendent's' recommendation give $400 in supplemental pay to from Hires Oil Co., Macclenny, on
which earned 50. teacher Lisa Kelly for her work as Supt. Duncan's recommendation.! __ >n ,
Supt. Duncan recommended sum- BMS Science Fair Coordinator BMS l.1
mer school programs be offered Pay Repair BilL, students are working on more than Gasoline bids are made on i!
June: 13 through July 26,with July 1 The school board voted to pay German 100 Science Fair projects,Suptj Dun- delivery charges only since the A 1
and 4 being non-school days. The Air Conditioning Co., Inc. invoice can said,. price of gasoline is essentially the I I4r
programs will be 5 hours per day for ,dated Sept. 18, 1981,in amountof same at the point of origin for all I
students, and 65 hours per day for 4225. Supt. Duncan lamented that BHS vendors. The school board is reimbursed "
teachers. The invoice was rendered for does not have a Science Fair, but for the state taxes paid on
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Programs wilt be offered at four and hopes the supplemental might gasoline. *
sites: ,replacement or repairs on an air pay ;
conditioner at Bradford High,which encourage participation next year. 4 -
Lawtey Elementary, Exceptional was destroyed when 'a football BHS students may enter science projects Supt. 'Duncan reported that Ms. :
Education for prekindergartenstudents. struck a power line that crosses the in the regional fair, even Charlotte Thornhill a Middle School
/ football field. though the local school does not have teacher, died unexpectedly Monday ,
Bradford Middle School, student Supt. Duncan said the Insurance one. night, Jan. 25, at her home in Mid- .
grades 8,1 and 8. company will reimburse the school School Board Member Evelyn dleburg. This was her first year as a
Bradford High School, student for the expenditure, less $00 deduc-i Chastain commended Dr. John full lime teacher in Bradford County
grades 9, 10, 11 and 12, Students who tible. "Mazzella, BMS principal, for keep- schools, although she' was a A'
have completed the eighth grader ing board members informed by substitute teacher last year.A .
from the Middle School may attend means of letters Other board
the high school classes. Potpourri... members concurred with the com -- ..
Vocational 'Center, High School, Supt. Duncan reported that Vo- pliment.
Adult and Evening Programs. Tech Director Millard Brown will The board voted to accept ,the follow workshop the board was meeting scheduled, but the to Where'd You Get That Hair...
Supt. Duncan Said there will be no end of the month ( .
retire at the Jan. auditorium
,even though some itemson members postponed it in order to attend Acting MC and former Chamber
Director
programs.for K-5 grades since it Jack Eckdahl all smile
31) with morn than 30 years service. the"punch list" In was .
are of
process the Department of En In his colonial '
has been tried in get-up at the Chamber last.
prior years without, The position will be filled after being' being corrected. The board made an vironmental Regulation meeting being ,Banquet weekend .
success. Transportation is a pro legally.advertised. i inspection .of the newly renovated held in the Middle School.



I Commissioners override Zoning Board on Emery's Condo'sby Rfl"A "



.Buster Rahn ,rezoning of the bmery: property. German provided additional information Commissioner Joe Riddick movedto
'BCr Staff WriterIn Although it was arainy night, some that may have ,been deny the request, since Emeryhas great little seafood place.
their regularly 'scheduled area property owners bad driven detrimental to Emery's request, by two ,unused acres joining the
Thursday, Jan 21 meeting, county from Jacksonville to contest' the request ,showing the commissioners a liquidation property, already zoned for multi-
commissioners overrode a recom- notice being circulated by family units The motion received a
mendation by the county zoning After consulting' with Zoning Emery to realtors,offering to sell all ,second and a unanimous 'vote to
board and turned down a petition by 'Director Darrell O'neal and other his real estate holdings in the area? deny the request. Fish & .
W.C. Emery to rezone two acres,, commissioners, and determining once the rezonmg is accomplished.O'Neal Ms. Turner,, not wishing for
from single family residences to that all legal requirements for and Assistant Zoning Emery to get the news second hand,
multifamily units,more specifically advertising had been met.Chairman Director Janet Turner presented located Emery by phone Thursday
condominiums. Mosley decided to hear the petition, Emery's request to the commissioners -' 'afternoon, and told him the requestwas
The land for which rezoning was with Emery being absent. going over key issues denied.
requested is situated in Geneva Mosley said "In fairness to those favorable to rezoning. The audience, Emery,told Ms. Turner that he
Lake Estates on SE 80th Ave., just people who have braved the bad though well behaved, showed its regretted being unable to attend the Chicken
south of Keystone Heights off SR-21. weather to attend the meeting, the .displeasure at hearing favorable meeting but was not terribly disappointed
Emery, following proper, procedures \ request will be considered. O'Neal comments for rezoning, and was admonished He said, '"With so many
for rezoning, applied to the noted that a majonty of the people, by'Chairman, Mosley to people opposing the request, it pro-
county zoning board J for reclassification opposing the rezoning appeared to ''allow O'Neal. to continue. 'bably was not a good idea, anyway;, ,"
of the property in late 1987. The be of retirement age. '
request was heard pee, 29 by the Bill German,a resident of the subdivision Dinner $3.69
county zoning board, and was acting as cordmator of the ,To open a coconut use a clean screwdriver to punch notes all the way''
recommended for approval on a 3-2 group, was the first of six or seven .through the three ridges (eyes)''that appear'on' one end. You can then,
vote, although it was protested by people to address the commis drain the '
Two fish fillets boneless chicken'fillets
9-12 residents of the subdivision. sioners. He presented much of the ; ;
afternoon about 3:30 ,same material that had been -
Wednesday ;' : "
p.m:,. Emery called Commission presented to the zoning board, say, liquid.STEALADEAL served with sweet n sour sal ct%,
Chairman Lawrence Mosley from mg the condommimus will decreasethe !
'Lakeland,. Fla., to report his value of surrounding single family
automobile was broken down, and residences, increase tralfic on the
requested the public hearing by the subdivision streets, and furthermore -
,county commission be postponed until Emery. had promised the 'SAVE UP TO
a later; meeting since he would be residents he would not build condos
unable to attend the Wednesday any closer to their homes than those $90 I ,
night meeting already built, 'POULAN'S y .,lk' \ ng
When Mosley arrived at the courthouse '
Wednesday evening, he was FLflrTWIi' 'THEIITRE MODEL NOW ONLY
met by some 60 people opposing the ftiQdM
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,An aggressive defense in the third Starts Friday, Jan.29 Dinner includes french fries, cole,slaw and two hush puppies.
penod turned the game around and
the Bradford High junior varsity
PATRICK SWAY2E JENNIFER GREYPOI3
,boys edged Ocala Forest 47-45 Tuesday MONDAY & TUESDAY
night Jan. 26, in the BHS gym. i t
BHS came out in the second half
got more aggressive caused turnovers p | | Two-Piece Fish Dinner $2.39
stayed In a zone and used a t
half court trap, said Coach Rolland Available at
Cummings, to turn the game Friday, 7.05; 9:05 !
Keystone Heights Stark
around. Chris Oinkins came off the Sat,ft Sun. 5:05: 7:05, 9:05' BOB'S lAWNMOWER FLORIDA PEST CONTROL, SUNDAY &:'WEDNESDAY
'bench and did a lot of rebounding. Mon. :Thurs. 7:45: A CHAINSAW REPAIR, 539 E.Call St. '
Center Kevin Finch was in foul trou'ble All-You-Can-Eat
Hwy 21 North 473-0233 9645745Oittrlbuwd
in the fourth quarter, and that's I SCREEN TWO I I by Thflp*"OiBributwm. ,Inc.:Bo sea TMIon GA 31>'.$call.(I91Z)383-139 Country-Style Fish Dinner,$3,99
when Coach. Cummings sent DinkinsIn. "houghry Mats....been w.Adply notified" of"this 011lndiYtduol OMJ.ft .
rli1!r1:_ !!!1'J1 may no. _pwliclpu:' n on*you Mtoct doM,_not M<__'Wick.. <1 or eUl((812)3aa-,311I101' Dining Room Service Only
,BHS lost 52-48 to Ocala Forst in Mure at oltar.Vh_ tatoufM *rtvwIiMd prim
,their first meeting this year. Tues batteries notincluded ,
day's win is the first time BHS has
ever beaten OF.,, m:
Reggie Sheffield probably playedhis '
best game of the season with 16 Friday; 7:00: & 9:00 !
points and was probablythe second Sat. ft Sun. 5:00 7:00 9.00( Listen Up
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best in rebounding. Mon. Thurs. 7.30: 1
Donnie Francis, the point guard,
did a good Job of running the offense,

'said The Coach win leaves Cummings.the BHS JV five 7-4. FriedChicken's

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Valentine Dance...

A Valentine's Day dance for
,clients of Sunshine Acres Is set at
the Starke Woman' Club at. 7.p.m. For Tfou !
Feb..12. a Friday. '
The dance Is being organized by
Joan Hall for the Junior Woman's OBEYACTS

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The yellow-"ellled sea snake I* the 2:38, ..I I II I
only rtptttt In the world that spend ,: 'Snack Plus; Dinner : ,9 pc.' Value Pack :: p'cbinner'I I
Its whole! life In wat.r. These tea Apostolic Truth U.PC I I I ,6 Kentucky. Nuggets ,II I ,
snaked are to suited/ to water that (f .
they wash up on shore, they,can't 782-3303 1$1.69 I I I I II $8.49, I I $2.79 I
even crawl Rev. Emmett !
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BrIght'I 1 : I I ,I I II Get 9 pieces of the Colonel's I I, 3 pieces of the Colonel's 1
I Get 2 of the Colonel s Extra
pieces Rec e' Chicken or Recipe or
1 Original Recipe'or Extra I I I ''Get 6 Kentucky Nuggets. 'I| Original Extra Crispy'' Chicken, large I I I Chicken, mashed I
We will be at' Mitchell's Drug Store on' CpH Crispy'T. Chicken, mashed mashed potato and gravy mashed potatoes, large gravy, and gravy.coles.awand; '
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; OF EACH MONTH 1 potatoes and gravy and 1 Butter I I I cole slaw and 1 biscuit. Coupon -' I| salad and 4 buttermilk bis I ', with this coupon. 1 .,
Street the FJRST THURSDAY milk biscuit with this COupon. may not be used with cults with this coupon. Coupon good oi.,'?;;"j -mbina-,
from _9 a.m. until 1:30 .p.m., to better serve our, 1 Coupon good only lor comblnaI I'I I, any other special offers; Limit II I I good only lor combination white/ I I white/dark orders and may I
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tion white/dark orders and may Customer dark orders and not be used be used with any other special,
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customers not be used with any other special -.. I I per coupon.sales tax. I I' with any other special offers. I I Limit 4 per coupon. I
I 1 otters. Limit 4 per coupon ,, all applicable; ,Customer pays all applicablesales pays all applicable
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"Points to Ponder"by Buddy Revels ."'1 : .. Governor.The An Open Letter to Governor1 Martinezjrl';fit j," .:,''. '",, .

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Concerning ,:Hazardous Waste :. ... ::.. : Tallahassee, Florida. 32399 .,' ?,Ii'", ,i'i'r':i:!, <;, .i\I'1'1'' ,' i'' '. '

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Why were the citizens of Bradford and Union Why is there a concern in'the micro-screening X am disturbed and extremely disappointed with the procedure ,"., ", :.. ,', '
Counties some of the last to know about this proposed 'process regarding wind direction frequency followed by. the Department of Environmental Regulation in :, ,' .

project when it is obvious that the majorityof towards residential areas within six miles if,, in' determining a site :tor; Florida's first hazardous waste ,.treatment "", ."., ",' ;

state available lands are in these areas? fact, there IB no danger facility. ,: ..,:"'. .

.How can a proposal of this magnitude get so far Why is In economic both the macro Impact and on micro the community screening con-process According to department officials, three years has been spent '"'R I'.'' ,"'"'" ",{t''I': "> ,

i with Representatives Crady and Irving and sidered last? Nine hundred points are given as a surveying and evaluating 10,200 state own.d tracts of land I' .... .,: .' ,' ', '
of until \
Senator> /Hollingsworth unaware it' recent- total for such things aa endangered species status, to d.t.rain. which v.r. suitable to support a tr.ata.nt'tacility. ;:;. .:,. .

iy critical habitat status, threatened species statu : Hydrogeology air quality transportation land' use, population,, ." ,'";, ,' ,;?, ,:;;; .... '" ,,:' "

'flow can a consulting firm gather information' and archaeological site status, and ONLY 600 economies and other crit.ria.w.r.. considered ''in ,the evaluation'process. I' ;:>,';;', ,' ,::;'{'',: l./':
POINTS are totalled for economic Impact on the .
and assimilate\ criteria on aU of these sites involv- .,''':''. '. "';;" ';-,<" ,\ .
community which is a key issue for our farming
ing property utilized by the Dept. of Corrections I : i '' '= "
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community. But what is really astounding is that j <1'1,';,;::! 1 ,1.: r<>, .- '
of UT
and be unaware .
Richard Dugger '
the LAST thing to be considered under this last I understand the department is proceeding according to the ", '.' ,< ;;' / .

Were; the county commissioners of each of the category with, the LEAST ,of'all point is ... mandate, of a 1987 law passed by the Florida Legislature. I' have" ..', <;',',,,;',"\ ";,, '" : "

.Counties sited given written notification that no quarrel with the necessity of building a hazardous waste' \:\ \ > ;'; r'I i '1 "

,meetings were being held regarding this issue? EMERGENCY RESPONSE CAPABILITY 'treatment facility In Florida 'and fully realize the economic1' "j''! .t'.i,: ) ;;!.,:;.,:.;; 14 h'' iI,,:
the answer, according to our cdunty commissioners ? If implications of failing to address th. hazardous ,waste problem 'F,; )"'" i' \ \':' ':
What about interstate commerce this facility "
is NO, they were not. is erected prior to other states, what is to keep within our state's borders. ',". ." ,.:" '''i:' ':'' ,[+i,,;" ,"

Knowing that a 'portion of state available them from trucking their wastes into our area? ,"I ""
great However coincidence alone fails to explain how four of: th. five ,. ', I. i'
lands, after the exclusionary criteria was applied, "
were located in our surrounding counties, I ask We understand that nuclear wastes will not be best candidates for a facility to 'treat 1.3 million tons of ;; ,, ': '., '
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you why'meetings were held in Tallahassee, brought to the facility.but what about infectious I hazardous waste a year could be located in ions geographical ar.a. ;s .. ,' "
Miami Altamonte Springs, Tampa and Jackson- wastes? ,Bradford Union and western Clay counties. If the operation or. .' ,' ." ', '

ville instead of in the, counties where sites appeared After checking with the RCRA (Resource Con-' this facility will be 'so risk free and the only incineration '. .

\ ,to' be most'' favorable according toWeston's servation and Recovery Act) Hotline, we were Informed emission will' be water 'vapor, why was population density such an '. ,' .. :
preliminary findings? that the necessity for the states taking a obvious factor in the selection process? : .: '.
stand on this issue is, in fact, to keep from losing '
.in' Table 9-Economic Impact the only considerations ,Superfund monies for clean up. However,we were ', ,', ''.[I;',:"';;.''r' ': ""' ".
given were to employment opportunities also informed that the date required for the states North ,Florida is the most pristine part' of our state. The New ; : ... .
and tax revenues to primary local govern- to be under contract is three years from the date River which drains the land surrounding at least 'three of the '

'ment. Was there ever any concern about what of SARA (Superfund Amendments and' sites flows into two.Outstanding Florida Waters ,' .'tI.rl.ifir} ;Wl.:\ .
could happen to the farmers who depend upon Reauthorization: Act of 1986) which was enactedinto .and'Suvannee rivers. The Camp Blanding site b' circledabyaa'; '! \.!';'/,1'f, ; ,: ''I.'rh... ;fE';,\ r

their crops for livelihood? I ask you, would you law on October 17:1987. My question is why series of lakes and the whole region is characterized by highly ',' ':" .rt\!\: \{;::: )(( t L\\;;
want to buy strawberries or pecans from an area 'are the DER and the ERC;:taking such a fast track porous soil I. .,; \ ."'::7Jt; NiiM,? 1t1.oI1 \.\\
where c a hazardous waste incinerator is located? approach when there are a great number of ', ':.:, :.y. ,;.,. (!u{"i'lk;, ,>.:',,:.;..; }':\,...",'.,(',,:,
What about the economic impact of this nature? unanswered questions regarding this proposal 1' .' "' ,., ,I. i'IM, f'
Who will be responsible for these potential losses? Many'people in Union Bradford a"d clay 'counties are under the,. \ '\ ,,:w;r\\\\ )!;,' ;: ,';?J":
The state? (.think not| Are we being told in a non-suble way that impression the treatment center, will include on-site disposal.. ). i t' -:> '''i'I\ ; "( I i. "s;'

because we are rural communities with a large Although this is apparently not the case, the decision to ':',' .
,.Wha'about the effect on property values? population of the work force economically tied to contract with a private firm tor the construction and operation ,. "

,the Department of Corrections that our outcries pt. 'the facility raises' serious questions. '- ,' '
,.Regarding JY.opulationwhy was'the population'of should be minimal? Is Its coinsidence that four of S .
Starke not considered when in fact it is approx, the five final sites are on the Dept. of Corrections' .. r:
imatejy 5.7 miles from the southernmost Will the'chances of a' hazardous waste spill increase when the ", ,
prison (state) land, or is it a. case. of pure political expediency
entrance to Starke's city,limits and is only, 10.6 ?' 'profit motive ,becomes, part 'of treatment .quation? And what : '''',,1; ,
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miles,from Highway, 121_ and;! Highway 161'? assurances will there b. that a.private operator will ,not''attempt "0< II.'J ,'..; .; '.",
.Can ,'the DER, 'the. ERC, or the ( .,. .
governor '
'' to conceal an accident r.ther'than take immediate action if, his : '10''
Additionally i why were the inmate populations of guarantee the citizens J : ) '
'the various correction facilities not taken into con-' ed sites that an accident win pot occur- hat fiivee contract with 'the state ,hangs ,in the balance? ". :. '.,'
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ten, fifteen or twenty years i from now out '.
sldera lion? \U i> children will not have suffered ill effects
our some '
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'attributed to this facility? I submit that you cannot : I' &II also di.appoint.e1'with 'the process the DER has followed to' ': : '
If the air Quahty"Jeavmg the stack is to be as'clean 'carnival-like ',. .'
guarantee my neighbors and my family's safety Inform .the public. The atmosphere, in which ",'.
as we have been led To believe, why are nonj and health. counties were dropped from the list as if given a' reprieve, only \", {'J} ,i'Y'/.' ,,

attainment number two areas in terms excluded of importance and why in is the air macro-quality ., heightened the perception that this project is an environmental : :',: ):': ; ,',...l:'> :.:,,( ::::1
The increased in the of arifacility \- ) \ '
transportation area : \I:
time olllb.'j':; ,', : :;': ;:,; 'i1
;screening and number four in the micro-screening. such as the one proposed is going to place' .' ';; ,
process? 'our comet unit es at grey t er risk to sp ills. '' ..::?,"..',:,,"" :';{:;',;;:
'. North Florid. should not have ,to become the 'dUJllplng for ; ':" \ :"
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;,",':( '' this facility simply because other parts, of Florida ."'., 1 ( .','J "?:" ; "; ,
Can we really stop being selected as the hazar 1:;: possess the political brute force to' refuse it. The people of '; .. ., ':

'dous charades treatment facility- 'site? Or.are we playing .'. ";<, North Florida need 'economic) opportunity, not' the imposition of: .

.. characteristic: for businesses to consider'when i.
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,> contemplating North Florida as a relocation possibility I urge .1 ; r ,
,I Submit That We Can! .,,/ ,. "
you to insist that the selection process be 'r.vaaped to-reflect amore I'

;.., ','> ," ....": .. I' ;. ,' : /,. .:: ,: r', realistic, relationship between the production'A4' ; .)rr,ataents',Q o.i.i: 't'( .? ,;,:;:
'((';; :& ', q.i\::\,' Y'' )"Ji '. ('JJir.\r of hazardous wasteThe, eelectlont.of. the, top site. by' the ': ; :::..' .i'I'' .:}

:b"I .'. : ', Environmental Regulation Commission on, March 16'' should be'J; : ', :. 1:1 '
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postponed irregularities t'
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areas of the county, NONE EXCLUDED. advice of our / .: ,..1 t., '', ''i: :" t .." "; ,' r'I\\ ,' ''t'I'I': :: "
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attorney :
'A couple of weeks, ago there .,The committee met in that changes to the ordinance ,.. I" ? : ,h ,: ::. ,"; >. ", : ,\ "; : .,.\1
was a letter to the editor questioning ;
Solid public meetings on a weekly'schedule should be effective the sue-' I
the fairness of the
Assessment and for more than two mon feeding, fiscal year. However, II I
Waste Special ,ths. Every 'attempt through any errors made in this year's Green and Hobbs I
implying that a haphazard effort public Registration Books 'Close Feb. 6> !
announcements news articles assessments; whether in favor of .
was made in putting the ordinance Grateful to
Many
advertisements, and word the property owner or not,'shall i
together.'The letter fur of mouth to involve the public in be corrected prior to the March For For Help Rendered !
believed Super Vote March ,
ther slated; that it was these meetings was made with 31 deadline for paying the assessment -' ; Tuesday 8 ''M'"
that a one-cent sales tax was the some success. Commissionersand Editor Telegraph: ,
remedy. I wish .to comment on' staff members spoke on \ .. As many know, our office was the SUb-1
,these issues: several occasions to organiza- Voter registration for the "Super Tues- Fair Turnout'Expected.., ject of repeated attempt to burn it.These
The of
issue local
a tax in
tions such as the Rotary Club, penny day" Presidential Preference Primary in ,repeated attempts were particularly
First, I would ''like to point out Kiwanis Club, Senior Citizens not lieu of turn the out special to be assessment the did March will close Saturday, Feb. 6, at 5 Historically, Bradford County's turnout frustrating and worrisome. For a while it
that Bradford County has never Association and the Realtors answer' p.m. After that deadline, registration in Presidential Primaries has been seemed they would never stop and the'culprit
After
either. closer
examination, books at the of roughly half of those voting in General would never be
1 been'' confronted with such an Association concerning the the one-cent sales tax could be us- Supervisor Elections officein Elections caught.
overwhelming problem as was special assessment and our.gar ed only for capital improvementsand the courthouse will remain closed until the Presidential of the same year. For instance, Had it not been for the fast response ot
recently passed down by' the bage problem. not for operational expenses.) the March 8 primary. brought out only primary 40 of March 1984 the Starke Fire Department on several occasions

'legislatures concerning the A tremendous effort was made Even in the one-cent sales tax is Democrats going to the polls on March 8 voters, while the November percent of qualified our office would not have been
disposal of garbage and how, we by everyone concerned to get placed on the ballot for the votersto may vote their preference from among the tion of that year saw a General Elec 'here i today. Had it not been for the extraor-''
are to pay for it. Accordingly, we answers to hard questions suchas decide, only a reduced special seven Democratic candidates listed,while percent. peak turnout of 83 dinary vigilance of the members of the
and most! of.the other counties exemptions, hardship cases assessment would result,; Republicans may choose from six, Starke Police Department and the Brad
!throughout the state were forcedto liens and how much to assess.. presidential hopefuls. Based on this vote, Supervisor of Elections Jeneva Flynn ford County Sheriff's Office, the fire'
go beyond ad valorum taxes in After several drafts the special Simply stated, if ,I .were, to each candidate will be apportioned a say that copy for the Democrat and department could not have reacted as it
an effort to comply with the new assessment ordinance was advertised figure up the number of hours number of delegates to the national con- Republican ballots to be used on March 8 did and the culprit would still be free. Had
legislative regulations'' for gar-, in The Telegraph and the that I have spent attending .vention of his party > according to his has been delivered to the printers. She expects Norton Telcom not responded to our needs
bage disposal. Many counts es'""-Gainesville Sun for a final public meetings locally and also servingon percentage of the total vote ,cast in. the to have them ready for distribution by re-scheduling their work, the electronic
opted to.bring in special con- hearing prior to the commission's the Policy Advisory Committee .,,March primary. at her office by Monday Feb. 1. Absentee alarms and a security lighting would not <
''sultants,engineers, and PR people voting on the subject. Some 40 or for the 13 county' regional ballots may be used by shut-Ins unable to have been in nlace".
to study how \much com- 50 citizens showed up raising a solid.waste study (100% attendance -. 'Thirteen states will participate in Super leave their homes to vote at precinct poll- We know many 'of these fine People'
pliance would cost and sell this number of questions that resulted ), the hours talking to my Tuesday primaries, the first time that ing places, and by persons who will be out worked overtime; some worked free on
i product to the public by recommending -' in a better ordinance constituents, other public officials such a coordinated effort has been made to' of the county on election day.They may be. their off-hours; some took the matter as a'per&onaJprofessionsl
a special assessment. 'The general theme that private enterprise; and hold presidential preference primaries on returned to the elections office up to 7 p.m. challenge"; some
After considering the cost of this prevailed throughout the public the same date. In view of the large number on the day'of the election helped anonymously. '

undertaking, knowing we have to. meetings and hearings was that many a late night reading what I ,of states participating, results should be a Candidates qualified to To all ot you, we offer our heartfelt
the'March
do something and we could not afford anyone who generates garbage'should can on the subject of solid waste, significant indication of.the candidates' 8 ballot are:: appear on .
$100,000 or more for a study, have to pay for their garbage for the as County Commissioner strength or weakness in a fourth of the na- THANKS.R.
the Bradford County Commis-; to be disposed of. The Ideas that have received this ,tlon. States holding primaries on March 8 Democrats: Bruce Babbitt, Michael S. .A. Green : .
sioners bit the bullet by passing a, was that homeowners. renters, year I am working for less than are: Alabama: Arkansas Florida, ..Dukakis Dick Gephardt Al Gore. Gary ,Johnny. R.Hobbs,Jr. ,And the Staff ;
''solid waste special assessment. businesses churches' institutions ''minimum wage. Anyone may Georgia, Kentucky Louisiana, Maryland ''HartJesse' L. Jackson and Paul Simon. 'w, .

schools and even governments verify this by asking any of my Massachusetts, Mississippi,' Missouri' Republicans: 'George Bush. Bob Dole
This year the Board in their including Bradford County fellow commissioners. I say this North Carolina Oklahoma, Rhode Island, .Pete DuPont,Alexander M. Haig Jr. ,' Train Collection '
budget hearings, scrutinized the' would pay their share of the not to be bragging, but because I :Tennessee;Texas, and Virginia.' ,Jack Kemp, and Pat Robertson., "
solid waste budget more than any: cost It was also understood that feel the problem is so big that I ; At Ruckdeschel Home
other budget before them. A committee we were not experts, that we had am afraid ill don't put this much ,
was formed consisting of never done a special assessment effort into studying the problem
county commissioners, the coun- before, and that some' mistakes we will not be able to afford the .February 7
ty attorney county financial advisors or inequities were bound to surface solution. I ask and :Hazardous Waste'Issue Will Be I .
and solid waste in County
county everyone Bradford '

of staff professional people to do consultants.the work of:that We It'is I' believe my commitment, as well get because involved there ,is with no simple this Issue solo. :Discussed'at:Kingsley Center: Feb. 6 Kids, ,.grownup vuds, and railroad
as to.be the entire buffs will
.drew upon ail the resources we Board's tions, only hard decisions to be. have an opportunity to see a
had available to us including in-', the corrections commitment necessary to to make our made: Camp Blanding as the No.3 choice Kingsley Lake, was in third place' 12X12 foot collection of railroad/train ar-i.,
put from private garbage collectors 'special assessment ordinance In joe for the proposed Hazardous Waste among the top five locations selectedas Sr"5H. at an open house display Sunday
and RiddicJt possible sites for the facility that 7, from 2 to S at the Bernard
municipal employers p.m.
order' to make it as fair and! Treatment facility for the State of
from each of the, incorporated equitable as possible. It was the {Co.Coram.Dist.4 4EwDFORD Florida will be a topic of discussion is projected to handle 275 tons of Estates Ruckdeschel home In' Country Club
at the February 0 covered dish supper hazardous waste per day from the ,,
at 7 p.m. in the Kingsley Lake entire State of Florida, The collection started decades ago with

'Co ntvti'renter Clay County Commissioners have an electric train set Purchased by Mrs.
Official already approved a resolution opposing Caroline RuckdescheJ for her son. Bar-
from ancl
'tNr 1819tH Clay County
dO >y location of the, treatment nard. Over the years the collection hat
been
Camp Blanding have invited to
(!t attend, and Jim, Corbin Safety facility,anywhere in Clay County. grown trains by the addition of more miniature
\ lead
figures
1 Director>for Clay.County will be Commissioner James Jett, whose of train crew
o among the speakers. It la also hoped district Includes the Kingsley Lake othertbuildinggs! } '? (more houses made and of
and Camp Blanding area, said that recently
'C to have a representative from the
), and farm
SOS a-FERGUSON-JOHN M.MIUERo Department of. Environmental long-term environmental concerns plastic animals,all assembled

tION '. '!ublleliers ,, Regulation to answer. questions from' would outweigh any monetary a create miniature a miniature football village.field There, Is also
benefits that might come to the snow skiing
PUbltahrd.f Thursday and entered on Second ClaM Matter concerned: citizens. Members of the '
at the Poet Office at scene, a fox hunt, and Indian.
from of
Florida. under of legislative delegation have also beeninVted county operation the plant. ,
Starke Act March 3. 1879. Subscription rate in trade area:: $12 "
per year The
$7.0O ebt months. Outride trade area: $13 per year $7.50 sic month to participate. "The February meeting is'' sponsored with a open house is being held to******
visit to
by the Kingsley Lake Property Starke by Mrs. Caroline

Phone (9O4) 964-6305. 135 W. Call Street/PO.Drawer A Starke. Florida 32091 Camp Blanding,on the east side of Owners Association. .' who Ruckdeschel I is now 9l'year of *ofafeTaSi Oelairare,.

of Mr. and Mrs- Barnard fSaSScSS*

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NewWeddings Wed In Nov. 21 Ceremony'. ,.,'',I,. :h'"Ii.'



Karen Michelle Corbin'and Brett :He U employed by Bradford High "
Owen Purdy were married Nov 21 'School ,as a wrestling coach and II
,le'Births, e Club News' i in Countryside Baptist Church. Rev. science teacher,. r

Engagements' e Church News e Social Events I William E. Keith performed the Bridal attendants were' Cathy
ceremony. Richburg, Janet Schmidt, Kay Moni
The bride Is the daughter of Ken Smith Brenda Corbin, Lore Purdy
neth U. Corbin of Chief land and Donna and Brand Martin. ,
L, McDonald of Fitzgerald, Ga. Groom's attendants were 'Aaron T
She is employed by NASA Southern Stormant, William T. Stormant -

B Briefed Elks Technology Applications Center of Kenny Corbin. Chad Langford, andWayne .
H. on Hosp
Auxiliary Alachua.The Martin. ;:u ay
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groom is the son of Howardand The newlyweds now reside in
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The general meeting of the Brad- Brown was presented with a token of
.. Elizabeth Purdy of Gainesville. Gainesville
,ford Hosp. Auxiliary was held on appreciation from the Auxiliary by ;
Jan. 18 at the Western' Steer Mrs. Prick program chairman,
Restaurant, with Mrs: Rose McConnell BH Administrator Tim Rearick \ i

f '. .president in charge. thanked the auxiliary for' their efforts Arbor Day Observed At Lawfey Elem/
Guest speaker was Mr. Ben during the holidays on behalf of ,
Brown,Jr., administrator Florida the hospital, such as the, bazaar, .
Elks Children's Hospital in Christmas tea and the lobby decora Arbor' Day was observed at Florida was among the first states ,#
tions. Lawtey Elementary School on Jan. ever to observe a Tree Planting Day ;
Umatilia. Now in its 55th of

services
this Is a convalescent year Transfers of Terry Frech to 19, with a special program and tree- in 1886. Alt states observe Arbor''
rehabilitative' Alachua General as business planting ceremony,' according to Day though some on different dates.Florida' .
hospital whose services -
are free to any Florida child manager and Jan'Harmon to the fifth grade teacher,Eoline Green. third official Arbor Day. is the

under 1? years of age who suffers Rehab Hospital as Dietary Managerwere '' Frtday in Janury.Following .
from an orthopedic condition. announced by Mr. Rearick, More than 300 students attendedthe students
whO' also noted that the operating program'which' included the progam
Fully
operational, except for selected readings and singings of ,took part in planting trees shipped
which is handled suite is now functional Thehospital's
.. surgery by eightorthopedic
"Smokey the Bear", "America"and from Division of Forestry nurseries.
,,'.ii,' 'surgeons in the Orlando disaster plat was put into Guestspeaker
" a called "Trees", The small trees were offered at no
poem
area, Fla'Elks Hospital is staffed 24 use during the recent rash of tragic school ,
was Dave Norton from the cost to Lawtey Elementary
,hours daily by general practitioners of accidents, and such proved fully capable.. Divison. of Forestry. Mr. Patersonled and to all other schools in the state
handling emergencies.
and has a full complement of con- '
sulting physicians and surgeons. ,Beginning at the end of December, the invocation and music. r.- r, u.Rs

School for the patients is an Important a portable mammography unit was While' a portion of the programwas Dyal McRee Plan
'given to the history of Arbor
part of daily routine. Eight made available three, days every,
Day, the importance of trees to all March WeddingMr
Special Education teachers conduct other week. This valuable service is "
the first of its kind in Bradford Coun- people was stressed. Forests are a
classes on the premises in actual and Mrs.Lloyd Laverne Dyal, : a
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and renewable and ,
resource
'ty and is of vital importance, since 1 unique T
classrooms, with an average ratio of of Jr., of Brooker, announce the "
the
vital to the
are protection
1 to 3 patients to each teacher. in every 11 women will get breast engagement of their daughter, Miss
Among the disorders treated at cancer.As early detection enhancesthe 'water supply and for providing Suzanne Dyal, to Tracy Earl McRee,
the hospital are spina bifida. clubfeet chances of survival, it should be .abundant raw material industry.. son of Mrs. Gayle Murphy of
,dislocated hips,diseased joints noted that the mammograms may, Trees have aesthetic values other- Keystone Heights and Edgar' i.', '. ,
be taken on a self-referral basis and ,
and scoliosis. wise unduplicated and the forest affords Eugene McRee of Starke. A March .
Begun as a gift'' from Harry and ,could .well be a livesaving procedure -' shelter and food for wildlife.: wedding is planned. -.....-.-.?.s rk ,. I f.
Anna Miller, the hospital today is Miss Dyal is a 1987 graduate of "' t.
Thousands of useful products come "
',' ,.'.' SI very proud to be pnvately funded, Mr. Rearick announced that Mrs directly or indirectly from Florida Bradford High School and is attending Mr.and Mr..Brett Purdy .", ..'.'.'1, '., i,i"I r ,
but could not operate without funds McConnell Auxiliary president,will forests. Santa Fe Community College, r .\'.il.i';)-0 {il,\ \ :
. ,' I:': ,'" from the private sector as they do attend meetings of the, Hospital She is employed by the University of ,, .','I '\\\h-j\ ',. .
"' ,I ''''', not apply receive grant funds Board beginning this month and Florida 'I""ll"K': ; :\ f } ..
,.' ,f 'C''S' to cover the three million dollar an' will be presenting a summary of Mr. McRee is a 1983 graduate of t

II ." ''./.. ..nual operating budget. Auxiliary accomplishments at these Miss Black' History Bradford High School and is an Q 5ii 1' }f\' : I
:At the conclusion of his talk; Mr, meetings. employee of J.E.'Abercrombie' Con- ,
Pageant AnnouncedIn struction of Jacksonville.. .4

-celebration, of' Black History

'I Month, the Pine Street Church of 'New1 Spirit: ,Plans I

B-U Vo-Tech: Announces Courses'' annual God in Christ"Miss announces Black the, History second, AnniversarySing p,.,

Bradford-Union Area.Vocational Technical Center announces these upcoming Pageant", 'New Spirit Singers will have their 'a ( s'q'' :a SU ; tf fDriettftoa/ers' a CoOecOfles "a\

courses: On Feb. 2? young ladies; ages 15 to sixth anniversary sing on Saturday, : .Accessories'' .'gourmet yet3gHts a VatA Accents'

:CPR-Feb. and 3, Mon./Wed., $$2.007-10.m. ,18. will be competing scholarship Feb 6 at 7:30 p.m. at,River Road, "
prize money, awards and gifts. Par,: Church In HIlliard, Fla'
Baptist
FIRST AID-Feb. 8,10,15,17, Mo&Wed.v$3 plus book, 7-10 p.m. NEW
ticipants will be judged in the areas 'Also appearing will be ,The' : Gorgeous corn shuck flowers, English Chintz
SCHOOL BUS DRIVER TRAINING-Feb. 8-Mar 12, $10, 7-10 p.m.-" --
BEGINNING FLOWER ARRANGING-Feb.' 23-Mar, 29, Tues.u $18. 1-10- of essay composition, talent ,and ,Journeymen Quartet ,of Southeast ,baskets, bunnies & bears, Colored beeswax candles, "
modeling. The ,success of our Georgia, "Limited Quantity" European baskets.,
pm pageant was due in to is invited..For. \
,ADVANCED* FLOWER. ARRANGING-Feb 29-Mar.31. Thurs., $18-, .HO- I previous generous contributions and sponsor part ,further Everyone information cordially call 18792231. : BACK IN STOCK: Hot Pot Candles & Mulling Spices, (

p.m. of businesses.
COMPUTERS FOR BEGINNERS-Feb. 29-Mar21: Mon., $17,7-10 p m. ship Donations-are our area being solicited by ''Hours:%9:30 .5:JO M-F 930.400: : Sat. itS04
Tues. & Thurs. 3:1&4:45: .
ACT/SAT PREP COURSE-Feb. 225.) pm.
Alice Hudson and Minister Ross
Fee: TBAACTSAT Chandler! For more information, Leila's -, January Salk Gift
>>. cdnsL A Specialty Shop
, PREP COURSE-Feb. 13-Mar. 5, Sat., 9 a.m.-noon, Fee1'BA..
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE Child Birth/Parenting. contact.Ms. Hudson at 964.4604or. 50% OFF and MORE* : ,
: Minister Chandler at 964-7122, Star ?fa. 964-854T "'
,t' All classes require pre-registration.. ,For, further information call. /
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Yard Sale Feb. 5. 8. The sale will be l' ,
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I '. the public library. :'!; i;,'" "WENDY'S IS PROUD 't i

: From 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Friday InvitationsGood '" "
, and 9 a.m.. to 2 p.m. on Saturday :::,' ::2 : ,
i there will be a large selection of taste needn't be expeiuive.Our beautiful Flower WeddingLine : : TO BRING ,OUR ,
: miscellenous bric-a-brac, with 500 of
clothing catalog prove this over tarriple outstanding '.' _
baked goods and small appliances.. Invitation Announcements and Personalized Accessories? ., .. '
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I Everyone is Invited. Coffee will be created wing exquisite papers,lettering styles and workmaiuhip. H ,., NEW ,
: served.: It feature HeUograving"-rich: railed lettering elegant a*the i(" ,
fine\ crafumamhip yet coding bttle! Com tee our complete. "f,;:: ,', '
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Woman's Club of Starke will meet' ,819 SO.WALNUT ST. .
February' 3 at 1 p.m. in the club STARKE FL. 32091 ."
room. AU, officers and committee STARKE. ,I '" ,
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by Dolores M ng 4 MIssJU:, Crown Orange-Carrot Bread

Phone40eVl Breakfast can,1 lie difficult when: Orang.-{..rr t Bread:
Condolence Miss Virginia Crawford,the reigning it comes to good heart health.Many-
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Hampton Elementary Miss Jacksonville and a junior 2 1/3 !cups unsifted all-
Sinters sympathy Is extended to communications Starke traditional breakfasts are loaded
major from flour
Partners purpose
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the family and friends of Henry Excellence is among nine coeds vying for the with fata and cholesterol and others '2/3 sugar

Gerald Hhoden, Sr.,. who died on On Monday, Jan. 25, students Miss Jacksonville University crown can ,seem, dull and ,unappetizing '2 cup teaspoons baking
Jan. 18.VlsitoM.. enrolled in a unique reading program tomorrow(Friday,Jan.29) at 8 p.m. How can you brighten up breakfast
entitled, "Partners in Ex in Swisher Auditorium at Jackson und be "heart health hero"at the powder
.... cellence", This program is ponsoredby ville University. ,snme time? 1 teaspoon ground

Fran and Dolores Meng spent the the World Book encyclopedia Miss Crawford, the daughter of Moist and just sweet enough to cinnamon
weekend at the home of theirdaughtet' Company. Mr and Mrs. Neil Crawford ofStarke. 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
,Rita Meng In Tallahassee. All pupils from Kindergarten vm is the 1981 Miss Jacksonville please Orange-Carrot Bread is a 1/4 teaspoon salt '
They were celebrating their 40th, sheets through 6th grades received sponsor ''RAM and was among the top 10 finalists In' satisfying! breakfast bread I that, 1 1/2 cups finely shredded
wedding anniversary whereby friends, relatives or the 1981 Miss Florida Pageant. A combines home-made goodness! i with carrots

Mrs. Kevin Meng and children, neighbors will be invited to pledge member'of her church choir for 15 sound nutrition It's a cinch to prepare 1/2 Promise Spread,
$.23 $.50 or $1 for each book read cup
Christina and Daniel visited her within years Miss Crawford hopes to calls for only a Mingle egg !and melted
'sister, Mrs Mike Slaughter 'and the next seven weeks. become a successful inspirationalwriter .uses Promise, Spread which unlike Juice.
Students will 1/2/
receive certificatesor orange
family in Leesburg and speaker. butter i is low in cup
on Monday. They saturated fat, At
medals and beaten
all celebrated Marlowe's 4th birth. classrooms will be "Showcase" is the theme for the breakfast 1 egg lightly
snacktime
or Orange-
able to earn gets of World Book Encyclopedias
fourth annual Miss JU Pageant
an 1 teaspoon grated
day.Mr. Carrot Bread is a smart choice.
which are needed, Topit
and Mrs. Robert Galer visitedMr. official Miss America preliminary peel
fd +1 orange
with a'pat or Promise for extra
and Mrs Paul Meng and Mr. / I pageant Tickets are available at the 1 vanilla
Report Cards.. teaspoon
flavor and no added cholesterol
and Mrs; Fran Meng on Wednesdayand door$5 general admission and $3
Thursday, They were enroute .On Tuesday Jan. 26, report cards for students with profferidentitica'lion. FREE LEAFLETTo 1/2 cup raisins

home ta. Piqua, Ohio from Clear. for the third six weeks grading learn more about heart smart 1. In large bowl sift together
water. period were sent home with eating,send a self-oddreHmxl stamped
students. business-size envelope to Promise flour, sugar baking powder

Late Jan. Birthdays,... Spread:Nutrition Information Service cinnamon, baking soda and salts
Set aside
Jan. 16-Andy Frey Anna Booker; BHS Class "'78Planning il 1 Box PR 711 West Smith Road, 2. In medium bowl combine
Angela Strickland( and Garry wl ,r ::. .f";' Medina; OH 44256:
ReunionThe carrots Promise, orange juice,
Taylor; 17 David Green; .... .
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18-Antonion Jones; 19-Candy Pons .. egg, ''orange peel and 'vanilla;
and Mal-K Smith; 20-Bradley Snow, Bradford High School Class of J mix.well/Stir: in raisins. Pour
Mark Crawford Jana Lester; 1978 will have a meeting on Sunday, ,Jack Valinskl parrot into dry ingre-
'' mixture
21.-Eddie: Lloyd ; 22PatrickFlanagan : Feb. 7 at 3 p.m. at the home of and Gloria Strickland Mrs. 'Kevin LordEntertained jents; combined.
;' ,23-Brade Muse, Jill Denise GisSy, 1412 Debra St., in With Parties
Strickland-Valins ki Spoon batter into greased and
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Power, Deidra 'Jones; 24-Rob Green Acres in Starke. -
Powers Maryia Haefeker, Apri Plans will be made as to where to Engagement Told .. floured 9 x 6 x 3-inch loaf pan..
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Scoggiflev Ann Bowe, Christopher hold 'the reunion this summer. ... Mrs. {fCevin Lord, formerly Dianne .3, Bake in a preheated 350"',
Schmidt Betty Stone, Lynn Mar' Choices are the Ravines Mid- Mr: F.W: Strickland of Kingsley Wood, was entertained at a Coke'' oven 45 to 50 minutes or until

shal; 27-Shawn: Rowley Mary Hill; dleburg, the Sheraton-St Johns or Lake announces the engagement of Party on Saturday: Jan. 16, betweenthe cake tester inserted in center
28"Stevn Sheppard, Angela the Omni Hotel both in Jacksonville, his daughter Miss Gloria Vereen hours of 10-'l2( noon at the home of comes out'clean.Cool S minuteson
Strickland; 30-Marlene O'Steen or the Ponce de Leon Resort in St. Strickland/ of Gainesville, to Mr. Mrs. Jim Duncan. in Connerly wire rack
; Johni\Cameron Valmski, son of Mr. ; remove from panand
31-Adam Nickelson.. .Augustine Estates.
Please plan to attend this meeting. and Mrs. Joseph H, Val nskl, all of Upon arrival the guests were finish cooling on rack.

For further information call Starke greeted by' Mrs. Duncan. In the Yield 12
Sonya-473-3863, John-964-4003( or Miss Strickland is also the If'I receiving line were Dianne her : servings, approximately'
Shan9644840. daughter 'of the late'' Elizabeth mother, Elaine Wood, and the 3/4 inches thick.Approximately ,
School'Menus t I: 'Strickland.; She Is a graduate of the mother of the groom Mrs. Darlene' 229 calories, 7
University or."Florlda' and is Lord. grams fat 237 milligrams sodium
'Feb. 1-5 BHS Class of 79 employed by !land and Plastic { Guests were served cokes and party and 23 milligrams cholesterolper

Bradford Elem.& Middle School planning 20th, ReunionThe Surgery Associates of Gainesville. refreshments km the dining room, serving
The bride-groom graduated from Virginia Crawford den, and family room. The tables' "
Monday ,BevegeiaDle soup,cheese foul,cat* Class of '68 will be having a Florida State University and is were decorated in pinks and mauve, '< \

Tw bag.dayt claw tMUbury fruit lopped t steak cake, nee milk* gravy, green meeting to plan the 20th year class employed by the Office ,of. the colors chosen by ,the bnde for her:
beans nut cup,not roll,, reunion at the home of Wilbur and Auditor General. Leila's '- January''Sale wedding. S
Wedoeadevi Mraey tetramni buttered green Kay Waters, 680 W. Madison St.,
The for 4
wedding is planned Dianne
p.m. was presented
a vegetablebowl
Dean, ,....,..... cinnamon roll mill<. 'Starke on Monday, Feb. 1 at 7
Thursday irlacarani cam*, c.......... fused If p.m. on Apnl 23 at the First United 50% OFF and MOREL in her china.
'"|,,,_.frvU-teokle. milk.. you would like to help, but can- Methodist Church of Starke., The hostesses were Mrs. Dwayne
'. Friday\Manager Choice Day. not attend the meeting, please call ,Alday, Mrs. Floyd Baker, Mrs. Jim "

,Kay at 964-4522, or Randy; at 964-8292., Calvary Baptist Carolyn Hilliard Honored Duncan, Mrs. Gene Melvin, Mrs.,
Bradford High School Ben Moxley, Mrs. William Stroud .
Revival .
Monday Hamburger gravy, mulled potatoes,, Having ,With;: Bridal Shower'MIss '''and Mrs. George Winkler. -
green 10.De.n. eutlaracolcn squares. ? PlannedFor will' be
? Church
biaeuita mil<.. Reunion Being' Calvary' Baptist On 'January 20 Dianne was
,I.. 'Tuetdayi"1 111.. cnaeM toast,totaed alas. ,fruit' BHS Class 'of '83 having a Revival Jan 28-31 led by' Carolyn Milliard bride-elect ,,honored at a lingerie shower given
mim Bro. Ralph Sexton, Jr.. of Albert Mcintire, was honored by Mrs. Clare Jackson and Donna
w.dneeMy. rue, later toll cabbage slaw ycnerfV Services will be held nightly at 6'p.m with a bridal shower Jan. Thornton at the home of Mrs.
4 pie)"Mil roll milk. The 1983 graduating class of Bradford on Friday, .
Taendayi Fried chicken, mulled potatoes : A nursery will be provided. .Jackson.
... ... ,milk.Friday High School Is currently plan attend. 15.The
gravy,green- ,strawberry shortcake ing its five year reunion. Any Everyone is invited to shower'was given by Evern
i Manager choice day.
AIaCarte'M..d.JI graduate who has not received a letter Faulkner and 'Agnes Milliard at the % 1, tyh
home of the bride-elect's .
Hamburger, puza.. corndog, francatnee and is interested in attending DAR,. Elbert/ ChapterTo The room was decorated parents.with red
milkjnake.O.J. should call Kathy, 964-5787 or Suzy, Meet Feb. I
Tveadayi CnewaMirgen, puza. franco tries 332-2683 or write to Suzy (Alvarez} and white hearts With fl centerpiece Mid-Winter RevivalAt
mukanaMe.Wedaeadayt. Walker The Col.! of rzd and white roses. The refresh'
1921
S.W. Samuel
,69th Dr.. Elbert Chapter of
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( Hamburger,.ranch fits, plaza,. ment table was decorated with red Lawtey Y3tw
O.J.,mtUunaKea.Tkendart Gainesville, Fla. 32608.' the DAR will meet on Monday, Feb. BaptistThe
Crweaeburgen,.' corndog, (Irene 1 at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. R. H. hearts pink roses and candles.
tries,oulkttiakea.frtday Reitlnger, 6754 Bedford Lake Rd., Refreshments were prepared by First 'Baptist Church of
t ismsieiscMtce day. Leila's January Sale' Keystone Hts. Sadie McKinney and Annette Lawtey will be having a mid-winter. .Jack Price
Each da.y Muoanta nave a choice ol a hot lunch fomll and revival from Feb. 1-5 at 7 night
The will be Tales son, .::served by' p.m.
a-la-carte. program Family
salad bar or they may purchase 'OFF Marguenta Stilt and Annette ly. Gospel Music Evening _
50% and.MORE! .of the Revolution and the speaker.
will be Mrs. W.H. Redfearn. romlinnon.1 ? .Thest evangelist Vilt v.f\ev Don-.P/nnnacf/ at ,l$ ,.eqptl.UJack
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Fitch and the special singers wTQ'be
the Fitch Family from Milan,Term., Price, one of gospel mus'lc'stop

Richards-Johns To Wed along with the church singers. tenor soloists,. will return to
'; ; llavsf' Everyone is welcome to attend Starke on Tuesday,'Feb. ,2 in an 8

Tammy Renee Richards and .these services. p.m. concert at First, Baptist
f'' David C. Johns will be married'this On Sunday, Jan. 31, First Baptistwill Church.
Saturday, Jan. 30 at 4:30 p.m. at the have an all-day preaching and This concert is titled "Simply
Community Center of Lake Butler. singing service. David McNeil!, the .Gospel with Brass.., and More, year
The bride is the daughter of Ms. new assistant pastor, will preach :Two"and will feature the sanctuary

,. ,' Joan C. Richards and Stanley W. and sing with his wife Kristi! in the choir; sanctuary orchestra and
''h' ) "., Richards of Starke. The groom is the morning worship hour serve;at senior high choirs of First Baptist'
to" son of Mrs. Jackie Woodmgton of 10:45 a.m. Lunch will be in Church conducted by' Camp'Kirkland

Worthington and Eugene Johns of the fellowship hall of the church the arranger of .all the '
? Lake Butler. from 1.2 p.m. The afternoon song songs to be performed.

A reception will be held following service with singers from Smyrna This promises to be truly a great
the ceremony. All friends and Baptist Church and Calvary Baptist evening of gospel music with songs
relatives are invited to attend the Church and the Singing Fitch Family like, ,"I'm Gonna Rise", "In the
ceremony.and reception.Leila's will begin at 2 p.m. David McNeil Name of'the Lord",. ,"The .Blood
", will speak again from 3:30-4: p.m. Bought Church", "I've Got a Feel.
The regular evening service will ing", "Oh, What a Moment" ",and,
begin at 1:30 p.m. "Count Me In".
.. Pastor Grayson McNeill invites The public is cordially invited to
'-. january' Sale everyone to come ,and join in this attend. There will be no admission
N special all-day service. but a freewill offering will! be taken.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Angella' long, 393 N. Cherry St., IN THI CIRCUIT COURT '
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL, Stark, Florida. 32091,'joint owners..doIng FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA pte 1' L'4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT IN AND FOR business' under the firm name of PROBATE DIVISION ,)
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' ;'ft'; >BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA' PAWS,119 S.Walnut St., Storke, Florida File Number 5.2-CP
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, ..,AI .'.;; Case No.87-643-CA 32091; Intend to register told fictitious Division 1-MS3 ,I''r'
FLORIDA SUTHILAK SUNDUSADEE ,name under the aforesaid statute.
'' COM No.88-33-CA: Plaintiff, Doted this 28th day of January, A.D.. IN REt ESTATE OF ,
IN HI: The> Adoption el 1988, In Bradford CLARA '
v* County A. BRUNING, Deceased
CINDY' INNOCENT and) CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE KIERT 'SUN-. )/28 4lc"g 2/18 !1
'PETER Man't three-pound brain I U the most complex and orderly arrangement of I
EMMANUEL JEAN-PIERRE,. DUSADEE, Trustees of Sundusadee .
a* NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION m.tter known. In the universe i.
Minor
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leasing Trust GISAVA SUNDUSADEE -
NOTICE OF ACTION 'and SUNSHINE SUNDUSADEE!,CRISANTA
administration, of the estate of t
TO: FATHER OF'ASOVC-NAMEO MINORS NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
SUNDUSADEE! AND KIERT SUNDUSADEE, Clara:: A. Brunlng deceased File
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN REGISTER 'l
Individually, Number 882CP. Is pending In the Clr'cult "

YOU ARE NOTIFIED than on action for ,Defendant AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTIONTO FICTITIOUS, NAME Court for Bradford County, Florida NOTICEReg'isterx ,
the Probate Division, the address of which I I.
adoption of minor children ho been '
: KIERT SUNDUSADEE and CRISANTA Pursuant to Section 865,09, Florida
flied and P,O, Drawer B. Starke., Fl- 32091. The I
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you are required to serve a
SUNDUSADEE Individually and a*, Statute, notice I I. hereby given that theundersigned
copy of your written dol."....H any on, Tru.tee* of the Sundusadee Leasing Juanlta Williams, P.O. Box name and addresses of the personal
Johnny R. Hobbes,\, Jr.. petitioner are Trust, their heirs and assigns,and SUN '605, MelroseFlorida, 32666, ..01.own.r representative and the personal
tomoy. who e addr. It P, O. Drawer SHINE SUNDUSADEE representative attorney, are set forth
doing business' under the firm
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938 Stark. Florida 32091 on or before ADDRESS UNKNOWN. below to Vote
February 23. 1988. and Ilia the name of SANDI'S HAIR WORKS.; P.O. Box All Interested '
original
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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTICIED that on persons ore required to
with the cl.rk of this court either before action to Set ,Aside Fraudulent Conveyance 768, Melrose, Florida 32664,,Intends to (He with this court, WITHIN THREE MON ,
ervlca on petitioner attorney or Immediately !, Declare Trutt Fraudulent and register sold fictitious name under the THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
Ih.r.aft.r: otherwise a alternatively to Appoint Successor aforesaid statute. NOTICE,((1))all claims" against the estate
'default will be entered against you for Truitee, and Request for Temporary In. Dated this 26th day of January A,D., and ((2)) any objection by on Interested '
the relief demanded In the petition. junction haG been filed against you In ,1988., In Bradford County. person on whom this notice was served REGISTRATION BOOKS
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this the above styled court. You or. further 1.28 4tpd 4/18 that challenges the "validity of the will,
court on thl'. 19th day January, 1988. notified that In sold action Plaintiff I I. requesting ,the qualifications of the personal
GILBERT S. BROWN,CLERK ''NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn
that the Court set aside the Interest representative of CLOSE
venue or (jurisdiction
By Deputy Clerk of' Defendant Crlsanta Sun 1/19/1988AB.WHITEHEAD Rt. 1, ( the court. ? .

t214tch02MNOTICE dusadee In certain parcel of real property Box 530 Lake Butler, Florida, 32054, ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS' NOT
._ I In Bradford ,County Florida a* made application for water us* permit SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 'FOR'PRESIDENTIAL
follow: 2.B8.0ooo1 for on average dally
Publication of this Notice has
OF INTENTION. Legal descriptions of all parcel withdrawal of 0,0490 million gallon per begun
1988. PREFERENCE
on January 28
TO REGISTER available at the Clerk of Court Bradford day from ground waters located In Section Thomas
FICTITIOUS NAME County Courthouse, Storke Florida. Heniy Brunlng
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29, Township 05 South: Range 21
Pursuant to Section 869.09, Florida Personal RepresentativeP.O. '
You ore required to serve a writtencopy East Bradford County Florida for PRIMARY
Statute, notice I I. that Box 41 ,
hereby given of your defense. If any to the action ''agricultural .
the vndenlgned,Tracy L.Moore, P.O. 'on Plaintiff attorneys, whose use lake Geneva Fla. 32660
Box '141, Melroa. .Fl. :32644. ole names and addresse are TERENCE'M. Written objections or comments on and
owner, doing business' under the firm BROWN 'and DARLA JEAN this application may be filed with the 'Charles Albert Brunlng
name of Tracy" Clank' Cut., 486 N. CHRISTOPHER TERENCE M. BROWN Governing Board of the Suwannee River Personal Representative 6
T.mpl. A.,.., .Suit A: Storke, fla. p.A., Post Office Drawer '40 Stark.: Water Management District Rout 3, 6150 S. Elm Street February ,
32091,, Intend to reglHer old fictitious Florida 32091 on or before FEBRUARY 22. Box 64, live Oak ''fla. 32060. ;Until, Burr Ridge, Illinois 60521
name under. the aforesaid 1988 and file the original with the Clerkof ...2113/1988., Attorney for Personal Rep.
.,otut.. this Court either before s.rvkeon ltchgl/28- ,Paul D. Newell PAk
Dated this' 11th day of January. the Plaintiff' attorney or Immediately P,O, Box 1369; 1988 5 p.m.
1988, In Bradford, county thereafter;otherwise a judgment will be Keystone Heights FL 32656
11/14 4tpd 2/4 entered for the relief demanded In the Phone ((904))473.4928
Complaint. FREE'EXPLORiNG
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
The Bradford SURPLUS County!SALE School Board I I. this Court'on this 19, day of January i" "! Election Office Open

having a "clean,house surplus' *ale". 1988., GOD'S WORD
GILBERT S.
BROWN
Everything',Come to the mutt Operation gal), C.nt.t at I 519 CLERK OF Beulah THE COURTBy ; HOME BIBLE' STUDYThe Sat., Feb., 6-9 am to 5 pm

N. Orange Street. Stark to look over Deputy Moody Clerk Bible Course I Is taught In your STARKE ,
the material and equipment up for tale home free of charge. "
1/21 41chg 2/11
to the highest bidder.' ,This is non-denominational study CHURCH'OF GOD PHONE 964-6280
Call for oppolntm.nt or come on by to: based only on what thus saith the, 422 N. ST. CLAIR-964-5445
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look' over the' Item for ,,ale.. Phone. NOTICE OF INTENTION '
word of God. John dbratlln. Pastor Neva Flynn
,964 6800. *xt. 76. "TO REGISTER
All material and equipment will go to FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuont''to'Section'865.09 ,.'APOSTOUC TRUTH U.P.C.. We Invite yoirtwwiqrshlp with us., Supervisor 'of Elections'
the highest written, sold bid.Bid will 7823303Rev. Attended Nouwety ,
be opened at the Operation Center 519, : : '
Florida Sunday School .I.\. ,!: 10am 'Bradford County
N. Orange St., Starke, Fla.33091,on Fri Statutes,,notice I I. hereby given that the Emmett Bright'To Morning Worship' IA.h.f i,* lam,, '
day. F.b. 19,,1988, qt 2:00 p.m. undersigned' Glenda Epp., 224 W. PrattSt. : schedule your home bible' Evening Service ,v>,n'.)d' 6Pm .' l/282tchg3/04
1/212tchg 1/28 .;; Starke. Florida ,3209\f ,and ,C;: ,, study or for additional Information, Wpdnr-srlny Youth 'j iA:<.i'"' 7:30: m

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FURNITUREKim "A Specialty Gift Shop" : take right.on 24th avenue,follow

& Jan Johnson 504 W. Call 964.8547 PO Box 207, Starke signs. Eves. 9S4- 899
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The car crashed on e major Interstate high: "
', way South.Our Bne ol/traffic halted endsute ., STARKE HOUSING
Jewelry &.Gift Drugs Sunday Wadnetlday, '' police trooper walked beck slang. our .
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"For All Your Pharmacy Needs i"' "What happened"we asked Mm.The .' '.
*, Bibles; gifts & jewelry.. Monday MulM.k Thursday .lane merged end he didn't,"he aniwered I ''rl Hwy 301 ..; South,of Starke ',,'
St. ''. meaer-o/-facUy| ; and continued his I ,
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1324-37: ,'::3t' he..Ian*.merge;;that Ie.get smaler moving WESTERN STEER FAMILY CROSLEY''
Bradford Title & Abstract 'JORDAN AGENCYAT', traffic to narrow confines but some people
STARKE Saturday; don't the.rood curve,changes direction,,bU STEAK HOUS'EFrom '
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,,worship this week and every: "Serving you first" ,, ? Life Ilk*.major highway,doe not remain "
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I 'Last Shot Gives BHS Girls Biggest Ever' Win! I i



A 49-48 upset win over Class 2A se- Momka Williams did an outstan-, BHS went to 7-e with the win:KITS giving BUS a 4948 win. \
cond ranked Keystone High, one of ding Job leading the fast break, said went. to 16-3. Keystone opened a 14-0 advantageas
the biggest wins in girls basketball Coach Slater. Kendra Butler led in "This has to be the biggest win the game started. BHS went to the
for Bradford High,topped a 2-1 week steals. Evette Covington and Rhonda that I have known in girls basket-' half-court trap and got within six,
for the BHS five. Bright showed strong reboundingand ball," said Coach John Slater. 14-8 at the end of the first period
BHS lost 58-42 to North Marion and good outside shooting. And Car- Kendra Butler made what turned BHS, using''the trap with effec-
beat Interlachen 66-48 in two roads rie Musson and Annette Simmons out to be the winning basket, a fast tiveness, outscored KHS 22-11 in the
games. But last Friday's upset win played great defensively to force In- break layup off a cross-court pass by second period and went Into the half
over the highly favored KHS girls remains terfachen into turnover .Slater add- Monique Williams, with seven se- with a five point lead 3025. BHS
on, die mind of Coach JohnSl ed.Felicia cond left in the game. It was tied won the third period 10-6 for a nine
***, who says it was the best girls Davis led BHS with 18 47-47 with 14 seconds remaining. point lead going into the fourth
:Uisketball wins he's ever. been points and 12 rebounds. Monika KHS made the front end of a one- period.
associated with. Williams scored 15 points. and-one foul situation. BHS got the Monique'VTOHims led BHS with 20

Two wins, and one loss over the' Evette Covington had 8 rebounds,. rebound and made an outlet pass to point and got good scoring support
past week puts the BHS girls at 8-6 Rhonda Bright 6. Monique Williams who dribbled just from five teammates.Senior Felicia
'-. \ i with four regular ,season, games to IrWtonlMlfk. II U It I HMxtedMoHltk past half court and threw a high arc- Davis scored only four points, but
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play. II K I 14 4* ing pass to Kendra Butler who never 'worked the boards for 15 rebounds.

3.0-4 Indtard, *. IrlgM MI..-((16)0....). N.,.lulW Davll. ..0/J-li..110.., I..C.toXngMA MUMOD let up speed and her shot just snakedover Kendra Butler had nine assists.
Upcoming..., 3-1/1-. A. Kmmor.1 3-0/1.4. M. WIIIMnw M/IS-U. the rim of the basket. Jerri Johnson KHS's leading
BHS hosts Ocala tonight total.! vt-t/nu Butler was fouled on the shot. scorer, led the Indians with 19
Vanguard __HIS ((41>'J, IOWA 1.0/3-3,1_many| slammed the Arzie scored 11
Then KHS Ronda points.
player
a points.
(Thursday, Jan. 28). OV beat BHS 1',212-26. N. CUtrnnont,.0.,. kO ItaOroH S.'r7.,
.... basketball down on the court and KHS fans were critical of the officiating
55-40 in the second game of the WftllM| |/pl H/J-I.lolol.l' Jl 4/11-44.
was called for a technical foul. With saying BHS guards were'aUowed
season in Ocala. ,
'- Monday Feb. i, the BHS JV five N. Marion 58 .. BUS 42' the clock: reading :07,Butler missed to be too physical in using
". travels to Live Oak. Poor shooting from the field and her free throw. Then Felecia Davis their half-court trap. Each team
Tuesday Feb. Interlachen visits too many turnovers led to a 58-42 loss shot the technical free throws, get.' not 22 free throws. BHS made only
ii,; ''" Starke. for the< Tornado varsity girls at ting only the back of the rim on both. 3, KHS 12.
",.. North Marion Monday night,Jan.25. KHS Coach Kathy Boatwright said
Games at and
are 6
"I\:\ :..-r:.,;.' '.. p.m. 7:30: p.m. BHS was trying to break N. BHS got the ball outside broughtit the officiating wasn't the reason the:'

'"'1\1/\ /" e' ". BUS 66-.lnterJachen High 48 Marion's press with the long pass or in, and allowed the basketball to Indian girls lost although she did
"" by playing dribble not with some missed fouls on BUS:KHS
queen Mundell see
'' on''the be stolen by KH's Tiffany ,
'r"lj BHS outscored
,. road, In-
'' the short as the team should just wasn't getting back quickly
\\vj, 't: terlachen 27-13 in the second period pass who raced straight to the basket for
1 said Coach Slater the fast break. "We
done
have enough on
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a layup
and 19-8 in the third period and wenton ,
04 H uN, 'should have gotten in positionto
:/ N.rt m.rio.HIT. fouled two BUS players as she never
by
{ to beat the Rams 66-48.' If. torfrHik 12' U 1> 43 said."We'U .
JJr Coach Boatwright
.... .S. .. ... _. trIed to get a layup of from the right, lose
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:' It was 12-11 in the first period N..M M..W((6/) Now -'I p r
.,.' 'iI':"' _, when Interlachen the, ;0..,..Thornton 2-O-4. M.McTo.ll"0.1'.M.Thompson side" of the basket,, which Coach be ready for them nexttime
was working
)"'"",", '1f! .,' ion -'. N. Thomas-.112-11.10'0111 "../.-,.: Slater said was the correct thing to ,"
..-1' Ihrn. basketball in to SeBelie Bowmanywho radtord Wgk. ("))0 P, Owls 5-0-10' .. Wllllgml '
was game high with 26 points 9-04, .. ...... 1-0-4, K. fcilter' 5-O-10. I.CwIngton do.
7I ..--- Tuesday night. Bowmany scored 10 ,....,.. M. WHCIomi 4.0t.tol : '1.0.... BHS visits KHS' Feb. 8. .
4.45..4 Nigh III6 tl ,,4q I
I of Interlachen's first 11 points BUS 49 Keystone High 48 With time expired Miss Mundell, _MHII 14 u 4 5 7. 45 I
Pressure... So,with six minutes go to in the se-;: went to the free throw line with a trMltorJ Nigh (CI1)o) f. Owl 0/2-4.. .. Willi..,.
''cond BHS The, Tornado girls used a half- 104.R.trlgM" 4WShitter' >>19.*.I.CoMnglM
.q period went to a man-to
ball down the half-court chance to tie the score and send the
brlnsa a tough
BUS Pat Allen (13) the facing
guard Tololll .''
court and fast break to good ad- J.O/J-4 M. William Jr-0.30. -'/22.'*
defense to take trap
man of
I P"by Keystone Height players Ronda Arzle (32) and Tiffany Mundell. advantage contested 49-48 game into overtime. Mundell K.,-.h((4t))0. OrotMwikl 3.1/2.5. ..Anl.a ,. .
the short and weaker Interlachen vantage in a hotly bucketed the first shot but the second -/ Johns' 63/31,. T. Mund.ll -.... I. ,', "
BUS got the biggest win of their season. /to far when they upset the Lady guards, and to keep the ball away win over Keystone High, ranked second bounced off the side of the rim, :, t/-,:: / t.tato: 16-12/19-4; l l' ;',' :i.';,
Indiana, who were ranked second In the state In ClaM 2A. from Bowmany. in the state in Class 2A. '.', ''.,'S

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BUS 'Suwannee. 34 Rolland Shafer will not be well until ,\3t- Mike_.. I. pliwwd.Woyn Johmon, The Florida School for the Deaf and: 1U.ftotnrt ray""':;HO. U: trtan Arthur 12 160- Jomoy Corvor, I,pi...... Joo Sharp. 1 ,
Ovh __. Joan Haxrard.I 1
140- Way Phillip. I i 16\ Roy Trtmbl ISl -John tlol r t pkinod Dwight" 171. Chaos 1 MO. 10
'"'We were fired Up for this match' next week l 145+ )0...." Carver: I, 7, Andy HlllhouM/ 4 Blind came to the Tornado gym Fri-, 1M-John O. William.. I, pi......Mid Spat ... Chad Otiorrar. ,SO, pln sod Id Bouglo..'
152David llv" .nb.. .. _....Uh. 21 for return match. The IM. C-'i'SO.4' (ton WMiort .,so,53; Holland Jtholor.\' '
and we needed to be, said Coach: Irodtord :31.hmoitnoo M: plnrwd Jay day Jan. a Jorry :TM. Colon iqu.>
I 103Gregory Goorgo, I. won by lortolr, 1 .1 William Sgol, to 17:Jnopn Howord 10 Tornadoes were ready for FSD, hav 115.: Mlk. _., S. wan by lorMtt./ an. Kolth Hollowoy. .. won by ...../.. ,
Purdy Bill and Brad Hamilton were Id I, .hl. ',''mb''., .. tadMikally plnnod KwlnN
.IN-t Deuglai pl.nod'II. l.o ,140- Hormonal
1I3 will! Ford > 34: BrMn Arthur<4H9 ( "y "We took our'lumps'said' the
back this week from Colorado, and ....John William. .. plnnod Coil Chouncoy13 "-' !IbS-. kill'" Hamltofl, S, pi.......Mid WanD! ing defeated them Jan. 14' 43-36 on., _." '.
were a big help, he said. Sid Russell *-.'Shown Morgan S. loch pin Ron Wlthorl .:WOrJ*John Jock_..8. plfltMd Gary Ir.w.eHwl. trlt 4*.FSO 14 149. Sid fcuuoll...iothnkolly plnnod loss Mllwr'' coach when talking about the match
is out with a_ neck_ ,injury) ,and 130 Brad Hamilton, f. plnnod jaMn Howe, ', .:. Donny.SolW. S, pinned Klth Holtoway 103- Rob.Sws.nw,FSO.won by forfeit.. -IS2- lobby Thompson,.5."plnnod ChrIs-OoNkjM. Palatka.with Clay' County Jan" ,22? at

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NEW HOURS: Monday through'Friday Saturday 8:30: 5, ,'. ',\h! .' ( '>,-;;, './\\,1/1,,,,\\ / ," '.,' ,', ." BHS led all the way in easily,
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,,, .>". ''''Y:': '>' :., day night Jan. 26, on the road.:They
1988 : ; i won a see-saw game 41-32 with a
good half-court trapping defense''
'Passenger, A/C., ri. Monday night at North Marion. And
uto.O/Drlve6Cyj; : the BHS JV girls ,easily beat.
1" Aerostar" ng. AM/FM w/cass..' 268.lTwFREEACAlso' 75 Keystone High 46-11 last Friday

peed control tilt : Per night on the BHS court. '

Jheel.luggage rack1' Uo BUS 41 '-, N. Marion ;32 S "I,:

It was a see-saw battle until the .
final two minutes. Coach Sue Trieste "'
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used a half court trap effectively. '. '
vM/FM Cass. Prem. Sound Every time Joyce Jenkins got the
'ystem. Cast Alum. ball, the Tornadoes double teamed'

r, 1988Ranger. Vheels.'chrome step her, forcing bad passes and denying _

4x4, tamper..tach.deluxe $25856 her the basketball. .
led BHS with 23
j-tone point.'sliding rear p Latara Jackson
Dana Norman added 8
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window & T2WL tires.DK .' points. .

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,. 'BHS led all the way for an easy
46-17 victory against the Keystone '
COME BY and TETDRIVE the Heights Junior varsity girls in the
,. BUS gym last Friday,Jan.22 .It was '
their 11th consecutive win
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ALL NEW' FORD FESTIVA Latara ''Jackson led BHS with 14
points, Ann Taylor and Dana Nor-'
man 10 points each, and Pat Allen

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Catching the Tornadoes foul
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86 ,Aerostar Wagon '86 Aerostar 86 Bronco" XLT .' The loss evens the BHS record to :

Wagon 8-8 with eight games remaining. to be ; I

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This Saturday night Jan. 30. BHS
3 travel to Macclenny for a second
.loW C meeting with Baker High. BHS won
ooO"e. ,473FORDKeystone EAilC-1/iC. 77-69 in Starke Dec. 11.

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Father-son:, team a big success in car dealership.by \


Buster Rahn
BCT Staff Writer
"We believe Starke is 'a great
place to live and we are proud to be
Included in, and accepted by this
friendly community,"say Orian and l1 :J
Donna Cowart Wells, owners of the
,Orian Wells Chevrolet-Olds, Inc. .....
dealership on North Temple Avenue. -
The remarks, which reflect,the a
Wells' attitude concerning their \ .
adopted hometown of three years, I j
was made while discussing the
dealership, and how they came to
settle in Starke.
, In 1984, Orian and Donna Wells
began looking for a Chevrolet
dealership to buy spending several
months, and driving many miles in'
the search, little realizing their opportunity A
lay within 40 miles of
Palatka.where they were living at a v"1 t -r
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the time. Arta ,
In late December, 1984, an ad appeared U
in the Automotive News, a
national trade paper, offering the 1 1r t .
Starke Chevrolet-oldsmobile dealer-
ship to a "qualified individual."The r
Wells contacted the absentee owners fir :'
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immediately, and a contract to buy JI
," was arranged within a few days. w .
Ordinarily it takes weeks, or even
months, to negotiate the transfer of J ,
Winning Combination In Starke...
an automobile dealership because of M ,
financing complexities, lease Chevrolet-OldUmobUe dealer OrUn Well ana bU ion,Ceoeral Manager Rick Well and their taff are celebrating, I
agreements, manufacturer investigations -. their third anniversary. serving customer In Starke from their office on U.S. 301 North. "
and franchise, real
estate leasing or purchase and
myriad other details., In this instance -;
,the transfer moved swiftly to
a mutually satisfactory:conclusionin
a matter of days for two reasons)
a willing seller met a,willing and
,qualified buyer with resources and .
'Iibaekground to expedite the transaction tj { '
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Orian. 'Wells-" born and reared in ,

:' Gainesville, had been a Certified
,'" Public Accountant (CPA) for 25 L1SAVESOLD
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', : years with intimate knowledge of
automotive accounting., With such ,..,
knowledge, Wells was able to peruse
the financial records of the dealership -'
and determine its track record
in prior quarters, an ability lacking
in many owners, who have come up
t
through sales!or service,rather than

accounting. ,., .. PAY US A VISIT .
Having sold a successful CPA :S'I
.;s. : firm, the Wells m 4 Ui> Iqualifications
without encountering
delays normally associated with funding \:
through financial institutions.
,, The absentee owners, while wan- ANDWIN'U
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financially able to' guarantee the U \ .\
balance sheet, allowing Wells' to I ..,.........,. ..,..........._.......-- -
assume ownership quickly, without .
'.; records.the usual time ,consuming audit of MILLJ N IRE I

: : Orian and Donna became owners i Combo .
of "Lake Chevrolet-Oldsmobile" in Washeridryer .,
Starke, and assumed control in mid-{ I
January, 1985 The name of the .
dealership was subsequently changed -
to"Orian Wells Chevrolet' TICK'ETWITH
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In three years the dealership has
been transformed from a small,
business with 8 employees,' into a a
growth oriented modern facility Re I
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'The physical plant, has been EVERY DELIVERYsssssssssssssssssssssss 9er
remodeled, and an old service sta- i : a orr
tion razed, resulting in the sales I
floor space being enlarged to ac-
,comodate an inventory of 150 new I

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Wells says improvements in the ;" 0/\\,1'\';)I\ .
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and used cars and trucks to be more' v > .
effectively displayed for the'convenience I
of customers in selecting the i : '

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RelstrationRolls to Close for Presidential PrimariesRegisteratlon .

iAfl '0. books will close vote. holding primary elections< on that
state-wide,Saturday,Feb.6,1968,at "Super Tuesday" received its date, 13, of which are Southern I
'5 p.m..Those persona not registeredby name because 1* states will he, States. '
I' PS that time will not be able to vote 1:.' ., 8
in the upcoming Presidential
a Preference Primary election,known Good Selection to
as 'Super Tuesday", set for Tuesday -
.0 March .1. 19(8. Choose From.
Bradford County Supervisor of 'NO DOWN PAYMENT
4M Registration Geneva Flynn says her
office will remain open until S p.m.. C. &"C Mini-Storage
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Department and Body per CM ArtAic. t., delivery,With poor selections by the
Shop have.been updated into effective RIckY'e !Ij!,hose parents own the department heads being very costly)
and, well'staffed entities, with ,dealership.'end Max Franklin are to. the dealer in lost sales.
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and trained person' responbibl@;)) (W procurement and Orian Wells Chevrolet ,
new equipment
under the of Allen \sales PI new IiInd used cars. Oldsmobile. Inc. acquires used I
nel Brown, service supervision director and Betty .Forecast,rUpe\ needs and desires of vehicles for resale from two sources,
Hollingsworth, service advisor the car Uiyihg public is a challenging trade-Ins on new cars, and "brass-:
The Parts Department, under the tas*, rftqUifrng constant study .hat" cars purchased directly. from l-I I
direction of Parts Manager Frank and oW (\tt\tl\n Of customers and General Motors.
trends NN and trucks must be 9
Patterson and his assistant, Kyle ears 9
of, \Vclls... 4B
Harrison offers outstanding service ordered 69 days in advance ,See... Page
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4*. I SPRING V* ARRIVES, TAKE A TEST DRIVE :

and! We will present you with an $18. set of steak knives AND register you ,
,As:'do OiJf:finest Fashions and
; Spring --
ic ) order to' make'room; our Fall & 'I'I'II in our FREE VCR.'/microwave drawin .

'Winter, collections on sale! at a price

Ja ''t that will delight every womans'

poc:' *\ t4ook., BUY A CAR : .


Bring this,ad)in"!for and and we wilt present you with a $45. Son Clock Radio

".' k', ''' 'and register you for;,our [ FREE'VCR/Microwave. |
', I. 20%. ,
,,'t1t.. additional ,Discount .. .d rawlng"1'1" ,, .
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tlm' ; l' ,. .'MERCHANDISE',ONLY!!! DONT miss this chance to really save during our anniversary.sale

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Kris' CoulnKH .Valid<::f only/ Thurs. Fri & Sat. January 28,29 & 30th

Student WIN A FREE VCR or MICROWAVE

'Wins TourneyKeystone Step Up. .1.1Fashion ,


Heights student'Kris t0' We have' 60 extra automobiles 'and trucks which must be sold in the

Couln won title his last first weekend career: when tennissingles next two weeks. Any of our.selection of 160 new Chevy; Olds and

I he won first place In the B z Chevy trucks are available at tremendous savings. We also_extend

.dub's division Winter at WoodsIde Classic.Racquet. our challenge to beat ANY dealers bonafide offer by $100 :or give

Couln,a senior and top seed on' you $100. CASH!
'the KIllS tennis tram, defeatedRon at ,it. -,
Learn of Gainesville 6.3,6-4
In the finals of the tourney. Joans.Fashions'. Due to tremendousdemand
Learn had upset top seed Glen a;, from our
Preston In the semi-finals. ,
,Couln received a first round customers we will
bye,'then beat former numbertwo Starke Plaza temporarily open pur
seed at Santa Fe High Dale 1988 .s-1 0., sales department on
Johnson 6-1,6-0 In the quarterfinals .. .
,then defeated former P.K. 4,1. afternoons
Yonge coach Royal. Colbert 6.4. ; Pick-Up' 5 \\, Sunday m til!5:30: ,.
.6-0 In the semi flnalsto set up his flJUA S =} ) The finest in 6N 5 You are Invited toSS
,match with Learn. '
FcwfiiofL .La fashions AutomaticTransmission < i with us to 'V.-
$ O'04ti
or buy during
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.)1$1'16$1'. VISAMASTERCARDINTRODUCTORY Step Bumper, 1 174 these expanded
Per
White Letter hours..
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'Thanks '
Tires. MO., foryour'
Air Conditioning- I support. .'
1 SPECIAL FROM I CULLIGAN ''". Trade Up.and Cut Your Monthly Payrpents I Orlan WellsChevyOlds


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offer good' *Chevrol Oldsmobile =JJll.S.
for Bradford.. Clay, Union. Puvwm
and SI, JohraCounflM ..
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Supporters of Cassie Touch : Need Your SupportThe -I



Touchton fund asked for community sive for her treatments. Insuranceruns merit she headaches and nausea after that and died within hours. sent to win.
support 3ft years ago. At over$800 a month(the cheapestand for a few days. At the rising cost of medical bills The family wishes to thank the
that time money was being raised to only rate available). The Insurance Cassie is allowed t'oattend and insurance and local medical community for their support In the
help pay medical bill for Cassandra pays a portion of the* preschool now. everything con- bills that the Insurance doesn't past while asking for help now.
(Cassie) Touchto your help is again medical.bills that run over $1,500 a tinues as is she will be permitted to cover, the fund is extremely low and If anyone is Interested in purchasing -
needed. month. She goes to Duke University start kindergarten in August. will be depleated in less than a year. a raffle ticket for a$1 donation,
Cassie has a very rare inherited (under the care of Dr. Thomas Kin- However with all this good news Without the fund it would be virtually please contact Joyce Cooley
blood disorder FEZ, (familial ney, a hematologist) every eight impossible to continue all her .(Cassia's cousin) at,7823210.
erythrophagocytle m- weeks which costs approximately there is still the danger of a reactionto treatments.To .
phohistiocytosis). There are only 60 $200 for the trip.Her treatments consist the' drugs ,which could be Donations may be' sent' to the
worldwide cases. Her sister Paige of a spinal tap and chemotherapy disasteroua. She has taken the drug benfit the fund a raffle will beheld Cassandra & Paige Touchton Fund
died at 11 months of age in 1982. ,! spinal injections. longer and in stronger doses than I on Feb. 6 in Jacksonville. No.12412514910, Westside First
Cassie will be five on April 13. At anyone has before..When Cassie'was Prizes include a TV set,Seiko watch, Union,4359 Standing Blvd, Jackson-
birth the best outlook on her life was Cassie is the first to thus far survived born there was one child who had gas grill one week in a North ville 32210. '
two to three years.At present she is the fatal disease with this ex- been on the drug for more than a i Carolina chalet and more. Ticketsare The< Touchton fund Is a registered
doing well.However it is very expen- perimental treatment. After treat- year. He had a reaction, not long $1 and you do not have to be pre- non profit corp.J17l. .

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Cassie Touchton Dix 7e .f'OVER 10,000 PRICES EVERYOAY7nn


TO GIVE YOU A

I -- LOWER FOOD BILL
Starke Fire Dept. J

Responded In 1987 COMPARE OUR PRICES-YOU'll LIKE THE SAVINGS!

'To 240 Fire Calls
PRICES GOOD QUANTITY mOHTS
Loss of property Starke" to fire V I THURS.'. WED., _MCSCHVEOVARIETY a_'tnt...
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totalled well over $300,000 last year JAN. 28 FEB. 3, 1988 -I-
according to Lt. Rusty Barrett, f ,j
firefighter with the Starke Fire .

Department.Starke firefighters responded to a
total of 240 fire calls in 1987, the majority SELECTION Friendly

!investigations.of the calls, 40. were to smoke ,


structure Twenty-nine fires,of 23 the were calls to vehicle were People and Everyday Low Prices !

fires, two were dumpster fires, and
21 were brush/woods fires.
Thirteen calls were to car ac- i4s
cidents and another eleven calls what could want
were to vehicle accidents which reqUired ,e' e more you ,
extncatton using JAWS Six

calls washdowns.were to, accidents requiring' ,: from a Grocery Store?

Twenty-five calls were to special ... .." '
.9. .
detail, including washing bees off ;'''t. \ ;<.,:
highway on US-301 south, removingan : .. :: I; I: LOCATION't;
alligator from a ditch, par PRICES GOOD IN THE, FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE :
and standby at
ticipating in parades '

football games are all special detail. ,*,.._/ NUT tTt-waroKo aouuw STARKE SHOPPING CCNTCM-,DEU pttone,......'3
Thirty-two Calls were false alarms I j
.and 36 calls were to assist rescue.
Two calls were to situations involving -.
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
hazardous materials. FOR
REAL FOOD
with the department a)
Firefighters ,
12 M Off LAML
'Include Chief Dwayne Hardee, REAL PEOPLE!!

''Assistant Chief Cecil Crawford,Cap- SURF w D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF,
tain Tom Rowe" Lt Barrett, Jeff DETERGENT ,ALL VARIETIES, $ a CUT FROM TOO ROUND
,Harpe, Rex Siemer, Jerry. Waters'
and Jimmy Davis. I PEPSI, LONDON
hired in December to I
Davis was "
I replace Doug Cooper who is now l47'ox.r $519 COLA BROIL
working for the city of St.Augustine. -
Davis has been a volunteer with the.
department for three years. He will
0 9
be attending firefighter's school in
POWDERED $1'
I 2-LTR.
, .". March to become state certified, according -
\, to Lt Barrett. DETERGENT BTL

rtrrfWYr $ O59GRAPEFRUIT w.auAa. III ; .,, B.prlas.p .
I IU..a.wrl.ir.ulx-as
ISM c.4ee s :

l. HSVFO Sponsors, 7.UP .'. . $109

... Training Class '
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE ;
all,. Saturday, Jan. 16, Heilbron Springs ; .. ; GIIAD' ANISH
Volunteer Fire, Department
'" :. sponsored training class on the use TREETOP c 'WHOLE
of pressure breathing apparatus and 9 9 LIL39c
search and rescue procedures. The FRYERS '
APPLE' JUICE
class was given by Chief Terry Mc- ? 1, i, :.' .
Carthy and Assistant Chief J Kevin

Howe of HSVFD. T1..T.MAW"L WM711. "IHrtHHOOtM w WITH MOAT ..-M..IaIo"ye.i.. .....' ,
Attending the class were membersof $|08 SPAGHETTIff I QQc FRYERLEGQUARTERS C I FISHERMANSWHAEE
Heilbron Springs, Lawtey. .... I 39 I
; Brooker and Theressa volunteer JUICE. . SIZE SAUCE . H s %f | '. .. aVERYDAY i iI
NSA '.
c departments. "'A1T I
HSVFD personnel filled two roomsof MACARONI '
47'4. J80 CRACKIN' BONELESS
the old Moore house now owned by GOOD'6Sc J99
CHEDDAR . .
Griffis with smoke us- SALTINES HAM WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR
Coach Tony _, .. .,. la
ing smoke bombs. This gave the effect 'M-M.POMK.MAM_*.CWT QMUM mMt*,tCMU SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE
MIAN* M TOMATO MWT1 MAOMOII MUM CMKKINFRANKS ,

danger of a of burning the home house actually without burning the THRIFTY MAID .3 $100 BUSCH orNATURAL -.. I2PM$379 orBOLOGNA 79C .FRESH

with personnel inside. "It is just alot V.EGETABLES.. 'CAIIS LIGHT ". rut ..o1999THRlm
safer that way," said Chief McCar O(UNO MOUUII. ,,:,IUCU OYSTERS .

thy.After the smoke drill the house MAIDSHORTENING. $119 SEAGRAMS !$315 BOLOGNA or $158--'
in.PU. '
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was set on fire to do a control burn . ,4&, 'WINE CO LERStl, : 'JUMBO FRANKS ., 259'DAWN
and have some hose practice. The MGIlI IQ tea.. M>MIAMO U .CMOC HIP OMtUM CATFISH .,. ., .u,
fire was set at 1:04 p.m. At 1:13 the
house was totally involved and at 99c CHEK 2lTL72c' TOP ROUND $217 AVAILABLE ONLY !IN STORES WITH

1:25: p.m.' it had burned to the DETERGENT. : nsn. DRINKS ,.'. . ., STEAK_ ,..'. . uIII' FISHERMAN'S WHARF
,ground. There was a storage house I
'approximately 26 feet from the
structure that was to be saved. With I ,LOW PRICE,saxw sp cr ,.x.pal.N, DIUMTTERATTEl
hard, hot work, it was saved with no h st SCHICK MUWM. UH< MOtXMANT _K""
damage. j PLUSRAZORS MENNENSPEEDSTICK _,.l .

HSVFD wants the public to realize .. -" MIDIUM .__ 'IS"Ii
.e
Winn-Dixie Is ;; ;
that it takes little time to loose your< your L.UGI,. _. 21"J .
home to fire. Remember to dial 911 SUE 97< & >1 28 i SUPERBOWL iJ '

and have your address with direc- Party He dqu 'rl.'sJ )WI 8 CBWE COKllNATIOK ,
ALUM$IXTHA BOCTC SnUWMWV MOUUlll. UNWTIVt SKIN.ALOCt
LAM
:,1.s. to your home written by your WOWTUMZMM EJCTHA MOV,.*.. INITANT d '
< UMUCMTIO .u ,- '"
phone,that way you can give'proper DANOfHjrr MOUUUI M MOHHAL MW COLGATESHAVE EUDILEDHAM s2' ,e. .=: -
directions even if you are nervous. SUAVE .--1WM SIWL..._ .'21"
Every second counts'when your SHAMPOO CREAM BARBECUE SPARERIBS _$6" MIDIUM. I27 N .
"OOOD LOOKIN :=
.131It
home and life are at stake. UICI!-
< GOOD COOKIN''s:99 '
HSVFD "would like to. remind u sia 59 AVAILABLE IN DELI STORES ONLVI
'everyone that'' the department

counts on your donations to help run OANO'S 10-.i. CHIISI 21-es. SAUSAOI, l l.MPNIONI. .
a more efficient service.' 11 t'I 21-.1.COMBINATION, 11Y.-s. HAMIUIGII,
Donations are, appreciated and /d r
I 2J+s.MEXICAN ll- i.CANADIAN
may be mailed to Heilbron Springs I HAtVIST PUSH
Volunteer Fire Department. p., O. ALL PURPOSE $ ..29 GOURMET $199
Box 342,Starke., ''i-

3' POTATOES YET PIZZA ; EACH
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Florida,County, Maps GRANNY SMITH Qc SUPERBRAND -. *T' .
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All, In One Book APPLES . . . La' V .u.rr 5rn..a.....oNOCOa.Ta..aon.,a.oo..Ar.e..p.w...

'The 'Sunshine Stale'has 6? counties 1 / PRESTIGE $278
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FLORIDA FRESHRADISHES --t
and 96,000 miles of roads. To I : : 1 Oc ICE CREAM . . cAU.
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travel and find the opportunities it ,

has to offer- land lakes streams 1.TEMPLE SSI SUPERBRANDMARGARINE. 3 Ml.nt. $|89

or wildlife"'_'county maps 5 $100 : . . *
forests, ORANGES . . . ro1 _ _ _
become a necessity.A
county map book is currently NIW mulls nOM WINN-DIXII

I available. All 67 large scale maps.i- Volumes 2-29 The wisest investment you'll

:'one of each county-., together with I only $4.99 ca. ever make tor vur family HOT .,.2 :: 89c

I'> communities and useful L begins with only...
to
an index alY fUNK WAGNALLS DIAMOND WALNUTS : $321
.* 'information,are contained in the 160 FLOfWMLOTTCJW

page book. You may obtain the Florida = TICKET NEW Latest ENCYCLOPEDIA Edition "'ii." E-PO-PCOR N.-..t179

County Maps book, with large AIM1TMOM2EOWMWUt(TOMU.otncui 4.MICIii "...-.
22x 16 inch double spread size pages nauT ounce* rE PoPCOI :; $179

by sending $11.50 lot Bureau 'of,, ';;.:Ea. .. FREE 1 :
Maps Box 5317.Tallahassee, Florida I VOlonmy GRAPE FRUIT JUICE =$2:19
p,2 I .biu.a.MAtcAt'
32314, .Please allow 4 to 6 weeks DICTIONARYWkk 9r+.n ss MKhMO FRUIT WHEATS.. :; $177''

for delivery. No'telephone calls VokHM"*- *11.}.!p..tU

please orders received only f>> ,

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MoreW0lS... 'II K# 'j .,. .

f.- rap 28 \ I --- r--- -_ '
.... ntt+r ai c.rrr-; I PHYSICAL,
Used car trade-ins held for resale'are : ; -
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reconditioned '
thoroughly by the ,'=--,--.( '- .., f FISHER.
dealer prior to being put on the lot. -- I JERRY
"Brass-hat" ,cars have been "
previously driven by GM executives I : BY APPOINTMENT
and maintained by GM dealers
making them outstanding pur- ,, :'i% ,
\
chases, Just below the new car>;* 4 ,
market.. '
"We do not stock or sell used cars
and trucKS Unless we have con ., Are looking
you
fidence in their:, condition," says

Wells.While discussing personnel, Orian exciting ::
Wells said, "Everyone in our'

organization'' is dedicated to .- .- .; ":: \1":; ', ,..,. ._ .B Bradford-Union
courteously, promptly and honestly ---- ----r --
:dealing with our customers. Our Technical
customers satisfaction index has Increased
dramatically in the three with the dealership for the past 30 years, Wells was active in various Donna Cowart,Wells,.
years we have been in Starke, and months. A native of Bradford Coun- civic dubs: ,and other organizations
we will never 'be content with a ty, \she and her husband, Tommy, holding top positions of leadership.In Ms. Wells, a native of St.
dissatisfied customer." have a 2-year-old daughter 1964, Wells was recognized as' ,Augustine,is a successful real estate
Wells continued "We have alesponsibtlity Whitney; "Gainesville's Outstanding Young broker and shopping center /
to the community to Hugh Rahn, retired Raiford 'merchant Man," and was presented with the developer; having managed the We're now
be good neighbors, and be involved ,is an expediter for the office, Distinguished Service Award by the ,Paiatka mall during its construction
w helping resolve community pro. sales, service and parts depart* area Chamber of Commerce He and first five years of operation. She for '
blems. We shall maintain a continuing ments. He and his Wife Mary Sue, continues to be active in the the is currently engaged in organizing a
Investment m Starke and the stir live in Starke. Chamber of Commerce and Rotary new development and leasing com'
rounding area doing our part to cOn- Club, holding office in, both local pany in connection with the proposed
tribute to the quality of life for all Orian Wells... groups. shopping center on US-301S, and -
equipment
residents: m this era of tremendous A native of Gainesville, 'Wells Too young to serVe in WWII Wells other locations by the Herman
growth Just ahead." graduated from, Gainesville High served in the army of occupation in MalleI Co.
School and the University of Florida. Japan,following the war and was in Ms. Wells is vice-president of the
Personnel... He earned a BSBA degree in accounting the U.S. Air Force during the Oran Wells Chevrolet-Oldsmobiie,
Rick Wells, secretary-treasurer in 1958 and sat for his CPA ex Korean conflict. Inc., and'serves on the board of Call 964-6150 : :
and board member' of the firm, am in 1961. He was a practising CPA Wells is a Gator fan,with 25 yearsas directorsThe
graduated from Palatka High for the next 24 years, learning the a Gator Booster,a Bull Gator and Wells have four children and
School,having lettered in football all automobile business, through member of the' Gator Scholarship'' ,two grandchildren.
four years, lie earned a BSBA auditing and preparing tax returns ''Club. Time permitting; he enjoys
degree in management 'from the for local dealers, 'Piirtne: th\I hunting, fishing and gOlflO'H'HA. Z..,, .,",u .,<.,,,...,.,,,,,",}. ."._.,. ... .. ,. ,,. c, ..'. .. ... .. ,' .. .
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University of Flonda ((1984), and 1&I "
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1f } \ti '!' j :l"" :<'; "; > "' ,' >: ' ;'
joined the dealership as a salesman '>. II' > '
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before moving up the promotion ladder '..:' .' ),:t;,, >" : : :
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Rick and his wife Tracy Bonham "
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Wells live in Starke with their,one 't4 # < '" %.! < ,' ", ."
; ;, ::,;..' .; .:J-r"w"! .,,,/ .'
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year old son Stephen.Active in community <, :
,7
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.f" J. x"3 } o"
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affairs. Rick is a member of Restaurant a =-s : p'L+Y'a.m\1.'t\ ". ;' _V"v; : ",
the Kiwanis Club and the Boy Scouts z :GJenap's: SheariDesjgn! '&:
1. :
Of America Council.
Mandarin & : ,
!Max Franklin, associate in the Szechuan Cuisine "''!!;' Y'I/-r;: x"" ;!4r..e-: vv : ';: v'-v i ': ; ; '
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'sales department, is an able young 1900 N Tempi Starke., florida 32091 ', ': y t1i; :.' ,t..' f i'* 1 j].w "S:"':Thotpson1_, Stt..st.. .' ; ;
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'automobile executive, with 11 years ." ,". .j: ', : ;
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experience in all phases of, the TO-RENA MOTEL ".' :' '. '!''f\ 964'4151' (96"A.. I
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automotive, business.' For: reservations or' takeout orders,, r'call:a '964-7681 ". '" .. > .,' ,'" ,' .>.j,,
Seven persons are:'employed on ; ,

'the' ,Vernon sales floor Reddish: native of,Brad- ,ANNOUNCING'' NEW( HOURS{ Glenda's Shear Design and ; "
ford County,and local historian,hasbeen
with the dealership two years. ; Cosmetics join hands 'for
Lorna'' Reddish pioneer female MONDAYFRIDAY ':: a
'. sales consultant has been workingsix ,

.says.months Wells.'?' and, "learning, fast," ,Lunch: 1Iprn til 2:30,:: pm Makeover": Please come in and :

rOM Smith selling has'fine automobiles'12 years 'experience in-, .Dinner: 4:30: til 9:30: 1' this makeover-consisting of: a ;

'._-'",.j, North' Florida. has', .Saturday; 4:30: tin .9:30: ..
Mac McClelland 18 years ex- ,style mlo color ""
perience, in selling hew and used + a analysis,
,cars in this area. Lunch Sunday: 12, noon til 2:30: '
Tommy Fault, of Keystone j
massage one tanning session
,Heights, has an outstanding 8 year 'Dinner 4:30: til 9 )
record for selling Chevrolet trucks,
in the area bounded by Keystone ,massage-therapy and /
,Heights, Melrose and Gainesville.Neil CENTER'I

,year automotive Lamb, brings sales a successful record 10 to) '" I "' .. See"me" at, : All ,of this in, one dayl I :

Starke. >

,automotive Jack. has,Raw sales.8 Is,years:a 'retired experience navy, officer in- Terwillegar'Motors, :Drawing.to-be-: held Tue:_Feb. .',9;.:You need- not._- + '

Cleo Elder vice-president of the
corporation is the dean of for
employees with 15 years as office
manager She ''and her husband, ILJLJ New Used Vehecles '
,Dwight, have two sons, Jonathan
and David the latter, being the 14 209.W" Madison St,. Starke -
'year old club champion of the Starke rL': '
Golf and Country Club. : 964-, 200 Using
,
Cheryl Wise., 'assistant office L."lt j.JtAt. Eddie your
manager and title clerk has been, ; Starling


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THE BRADFORD UNION AREA ,,
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VOCATIONAL. TECHNICAL CENTER ,

IS FOR YOU "}" ''' ,\".;>:',, ; to

,"' :';"'{"'i'l >,,11i\.II/I"'I"\ vr, "' '; ,' way p
,The Center 'a secondary and post-secondary :\,1 )'( PT(: ;! "

'institution/an' Integral part of the Bradford,County ; I" .,','" ",

,School System,;[available to anyone 16 years' of age or' I' ':" : breast

older.. The purpose of the, Center is to equip students with'' (,';" ., ; 'I :. "'", tl, ,

every:level job skills.,There are;also classes to prepare for, ,',, ,/ ,:.ti ,; ,'\.A'"\ "\-" -" ,"

the ,General Education Development (GED) test., "'.,' ,', /. *' '" ;

'The',Center:operates on an open-entry and open-exit ':, :""n';: : cancer.: t' ,. "

policy, Day'and evening courses are available.,You may ,

,enroll any'%ime.,except for Cosmetology and CommercialVehicle It's a fact that one out of:
'
Driving: eleven women will develop

,) :". ; '; '" ., :':" ,:" -1t1.t"" '< ,>,::': breast, cancer. The good .I
:"l 1THE FOLLOWING COURSES ARE AVAILABLE AT THE CENTER:] 'news Is that now there's a '
v> -.'",,., -v "' -.. .. i :< ;" ,. <-y; $*"># AiV! <''"'WSBiV. ;, to detect 'breast cancer .
';
,I DAT COURSES ; <',. ; .:,, way,
,',: .'< .' "''''' "''' '' ,-i",' ,, '- ." ':,7r-7":<' X,' jir, ';' ";'V';':!;i:ki'. ,, "r. six to eight years' earlier .Introductory
I i
'I'."I'',. ,Auto-Mechanics. < ", GED-Preparation' ." just ,
.' '" : ?V'i'-\-y; :;";I" than with self exams. This ,
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Education '
Business. : .
icS'
;, / .. Heavy'Equlpment'Mechanics' Y time could
\,Bookkeeping > '. < precious? help
;I' : ;.Heavy Equipment:PperaUonsI
< ': ",;) ;: ';;;Clerical", ,. \ -t/, :, : '*<-. 'I.MT.S.;. < '- > >",_,'.tf, !.i....m. save your: life your breasts 'This
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Center'bas and staff to assist In career'Interests
This a full-time guidance counseling reduced
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Veteran approved.;There Is also financial aid available through the Job Training :mammogram,,and an detect breast
and Partnership Act (JTPA) and the Single Parents Program for those who qualify. education tape on breast '
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Hampton'ManInured'' Area Fender Cleofua Leon'' Flowers ( Michael McClain. iIe'
Benders 29; o was released Melvin Douglas Cribbs.31.of Mid- before MicfcJeJan.
peared Judge Stephan
In Aiachua Accident Melrose was. arrested Jan. ,23 for- after a $210 surety bond was posted. Jan. '
'Three single 'car accidents left failure dleburg 'was arrested 23 for' 22 in Bradford County Circuit
A to'pay child support, according DUI, AWLS and expired tag, accor- Court for change of plea or for hear
Hampton man inured his lee In a minor injuries to two people and oneman to Investigator David Aderholt
Jeffery Scott Wilson 22, of
five-car ding to Investigator Aderholt ing on violation of probation..
accident with a broken leg. ,
on NW 53rd Flowers Is in
Avenue in Gainesville arrears $1,260, Keystone Heights was arrested Jan. Cribbs license was suspended for ten 'i
in, heavy rain 23 for DWLS, according to Inmate Eddie Derrick Howard
Jan. 20. A 1983 .Chevrolet eastbound'on years for DUI. His blood alcohol con pled
:, Nell Norman Golden, SOof'Lawtey Patrolman McClain.Bond was set at tent was.21 He releas- no contest aggravated battery;
'Kirk Williams' percent. was
; taken to ShandS'' SR-ioo at CR-235 ran off the road
was arrested Jan. 24 for 101.25, he was released on his own ed after sentenced to fifteen in the
$1,311.25 bond
Hospital for a possible broken leg,he ,Jan. 15 at 12:30 a.m. and struck a, violation of probation for burglary of recognizance surety was years ,
of Corrections Consecutive d
was released Jan. 24. County power pole, according to Trooper 1 structure, according to Investigator posted. Department
emergency medical officials said Donald Dean. The driver, who had 'Herbert with time now serving.
Aderholt. Golden remains in the Hawkins Hi, 23 of Starke
John Lewis Hoerner. 51 of
William 1 had to be extricated been drinking,fled the scene but was custody of the county jail was arrested Jan. 23 for OWLS, according Jacksonville arrested ?
Jan. 25
-It his van by, Gainesville Fire, and .found at 4:19: p.m., said Dean. to Patrolman Jeff Johnson. for was Wanda Hankerson was adjudged

Rescue workers. Dwight Franklin Bonnette, 42, of Judith Anne Falk, 40, of Ocala was Bond was set at 101.25, he was according wilful-wanton to Patrolman reckless driving'C. D., guilty and placed on five years probation
Williams' van struck another car Starke was taken to Lake Butler arrested Jan.24 on an Orange Count, released on his own recognizance.Mack Carter. Hoerner had been with special conditions when
from behind, a chain Hospital Hand Surgery Center by his drinking for on viola-
causing reaction ty charge of violation of probation on she appeared hearing
when he
at 11:07
was :
that involved a total of five wife, according to the trooper.' grand theft 'according to In Melver Stewart, 43, of he was released stopped after $157,50 p.m.cash, tion of probation for welfare fraud.
.vehicles that were stopped in heavy Damage to the vehicle was 4000. vestigator'Aderholt. Falk was are Gainesville was arrested Jan. 23 at bond was a Hankerson must make restitution
traffic, according to Trooper D, F. rested at Lawtey Correctional In- 3:51: a.m. for driving under influence posted. $2,018 to HRS, obtain employmentwithin
Hudson. Total, damages to the The driver of a 1987 Ford south stitution and released to''Orange (DUI), according to Lt. W,,C, Reno.( Laurel'Christina' Alvarez 18 of'' 30 days, violate no laws and
vehicles was an estimated 4500. bound on CR-231 apparently fell County authorities Stewart refused the breathalyzer.Bond Starke obey general conditions of probation
was arrested Jan. 25 for
Williams, 19, was charged with asleep behind the wheel Jan. 23 at 8 was set at $362.50 and $101.25for order.
DWLS to Patrolman
.failure to use due care under'special am..m Brooker Marshall Joe ''Thompson, 50, of an additional charge of impropertag. Mack Short, according(She was released aftera
hazards The vehicle turned sideways about Starke was arrested Jan. 22 on a 'He was released, on his own $210 cash bond was posted. The charge of violation of probation
\ midway on the two lane road, hit the capias charging aggravated assault recognizance for resisting arrest without
Waldo Man ArrestedOn curb,, overturned on the right side with a deadly weapon, according to 'Court violence and disorderly ''conduct
.and came to rest on the roof, accor' ator Aderholt. He was David Lee Morris, 25, of Melrosewas Circuit' against Brenda Newby was dISmiss'
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Cocaine Charge ding to Trooper Dean. release after.a $$,000 surety bond, arrested Jan. 23 for DWLS according ,Jan, 22 finalsThe ed by the court.
.Denise Booth Shoening. 22, of found was hot
was posted. to Patrolman McClain, He The court Newby'
,A 22-year-old Waldo man'was arrested Graham was using her seatbelt and, was released after a $210 cash bond, following defendants ap- ameanable to probation.
-f, Saturday in Starke after he escaped with minor injuries, according Kenny Allen Moore, 24, of Lawtey was posted. ,
was found in
possession of crack co- to the report.
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'Was arrested Jan. 24 on a capias
caine. Andrey Damage to the Ford was $4,000. charging failure to appear to pay expired Tony Kevin Thomas, 20,. of Manville ,
Jeffrey Rivers was A tag on mobile home, according was arrested Jan. 22 for DWLS.
passenger in a car stopped for a traf Malin Dick had to be extricated to Investigator Aderholt. He was according to Lt. Winston Barber. He
he violation Jan. 23 in Starke. While from his vehicle after it struck a released after a $101.25 cash bond was released after a $210 cash bond
he and the driver were standing outside large Oak tree early Sunday morn was posted. was posted. I'
the car, the officer found crack ing in Hampton (behind Lott's
cocaine in a bag on the seat. Rivers Store). Starke Fire Department Viola Yvonne
of
Randy Eugene Crawford, 27, was Wright, 20 Fernando Diaz M.D. Ph.D"s
,was arrested after he attempted to Squad Five responded 'to the acct arrested Jan.22 for failure to pay for 'Bra den ton was arrested Jan 23 for ,
get back to the car and additionally dent. According to ,emergency expired tag on a mobile home, according DWLS, according to Lt. Bill Tillot- > "
.charged with ,Resisting arrest' workers It was a long 'and difficult to Deputy Barry King. son. Bond was set at $210, she was pleased, to ,/announce k--\- \
without violence, according to extrication. The left wheel was released her '
on : own recognizance. '
Patrolman Michael McCJain.. [IT dnven into the interior of the vehi- Richard D'Tyler,21,was arrested the opening of'his < :V.rj
another bag was found 53 pieces of cle. Dick was taken by Trauma I to Jan 24 on a capias charging batteryof Nancy Walker Lackey\ of"Ocala ; ,,4' :'."

crack, said McClain. University Hospital in Jacksonville law enforcement officer and was arrested Jan. 24 for DWLS, ao.. : (r ijIkii: : ,' '' : :::;
for treatment -: ; : : ;:; ,, .neurosurgery practice'i"I".i1q; ::;: ;
Bond of
'. was set at $6,000 Rivers remains a broken femur of officer violence ; ; ; ] <
resisting with according cording to Trooper D, C. Roberts, '; ,','>, '. ; ,
: in I custody. Aderholt. She released after t'l ; >\" 1"
to Investigator was a $210 surety \ J I' "' (
I l" /, l Cuddington.Paramedics Jerral. Johnson and Dan Bond was set at $2,500. bond was posted. ,, ',,':}' S\ 't''( fe&i''K'!{: \ ': : association, with th, ;'?,'f'S:{\>\t;:}{+,iya\\j' ''l' ,

S t : 1' Dick's condition is listed fair tJi( '' : /: f'' "
Pas's" as Star 1: ''v'/y9urpscfencejinstitut0ofSantaFe&; :
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: ,Attempt and stable Traffic Jonthan David Of e' ,, ',). (
according to a hospital I \ j"rt": I' "
I, was arrested Jan. 26 for DUI and P"j, 'I :" ",I,"
Counterfeit Bill spokesperson. Mark Beard, 18, was arrested Jan. ',: tiSantaFj Healthcare! : eentet4':' i, ; I
21 for driving while license suspended DWLS, ''according to Trooper- '
Gets.Man .Arrested Starke Man'Charged (DWLS),according to Patrolman, Roberts. i.4Bf0 i. ,and the Henry: Ford fqsp( tdr', i, ';,

tempted A 19-year-old to pass: a man counterfeit who had$20 bill at- ,With' Burglary-Theft '/Neuroscience)Institute oj Detroit! f i higartrb ) ,

was, arrested in Stark Jan. 24. 'A 27-year-old Starke man was ar/ .. ',I, '" ,
James 'Arnold Newman,, whose, rested Jan. 22'' and I "
charged 'with .. .. ,' ',"
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r vehicle' had been stopped for a traffic breaking .into property near his Trr 5 I ,;." "
,, infraction at the Lit Champ in ,home. T WfmHF ,,::4'" ''r/'Y': /1 I ," :' ;: ,
Starke, tried to hide the bill by.ball Mark Randall Hersey was charged ", ,
ing it up and throwing on the ground with possession of a firearm by a MORTGAGE BANKERS r '" ,,' .
)' .., '. ''When the officer approached him, convicted felon, grand; theft- r "
Established
( ... according to Lt. W. C.Reno. The bill, firearm, burglary possession of a 1884 :Ayers"Medical/Plaa \' .
which Newman had tried to cash in 1 controlled substance and ..
the store,''was counterfeit drug paraphernalia, according possessionof to A DANK OF BOSTON COMPANY .fi"V '720 5; W,, Second(? 'Avenue'

l e', Newman was charged with uttering Deputy Barry King. Suite\ ,,458:'North'Buildjng': { '
a forged bill and possession of a Total bond' was set at $5,500, 5
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released his :
< forged bill. Bond was set at $500 for Hersey was on ownrecognizance. 'Davi9r'I ,
Harold K. ('
;.''',. .,each charge, he was released: on his Loan OfficerBancBoston! ', l..I. ,, '\ .; ,' ,' '", I ,,'" ,, ,: ."
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,' r. ,SJarke Man Arrested Mortgage,Corporation

Man Arrested In Traffic Stop 'SWD, Division. Licensed Mortgage. '.Broker/Insurers

i Second Time 30-year-old Starke man was arrested -' 105 N.W. 33rd Court. Gainesville Florida "32607lOfflce
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., For,Shoplifting,.. Tof' &traffic Jan. 23'Violation.after he'was""'stopped' rr-; -' 37132950'iLoca1' NumberK473O266; '

;, ''!:dwiiJ''' oopeF" yW 00d; W, o r' -Elbert Edward Murray. Jr. Was ;'FHA. VA. Conventional Home Mortgages ,Scco.ryl M rfgages' Sold;'"'" \
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i'Melrose' ..wlil."liesuspended __. ? FOREMOST PRICE WisE
", .t' "" 'I' r iimaarreste IJ n+>ta forthesecond 7.4eharged witiiadr4vmg a Prices
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:, : time this month for retail improper tag, unlawful '
r; ",v,, alteration of tag, petit theft of tag QJ--R': + .._ ; Good
//0 ,theft according ,to Patrolman Jeff MichaelMcClain. lfttoti ?
,i \ Johnson. according to Patrolman. TMuLOWER'
WAREHOUSEFamil combine to bring you
; Haywood attempted to steal a Zebv
Feb's'Old ;
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Murray was in possession of a tagstolen
ii reel at Ace Hardware
4.. co Monday from Gainesville OPEN PRICES!
\ said Johnson after released
being
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He released after 622.50
; was ; a
from jail last Thursday. bond TO PUBLIC ,
surety was posted.
Haywood was arrested Jan. 13 for

'" ,petit theft, obstruction by a Designer Shoes
disguised person and resising arrest Recent Arrests Calvert O.F.C.
t: without violence' according to lOO's "
In Bradford CountyThe of Pairs "
Crow Extra
Patrolman Michael! McClain He ,
withPetit following arrests were made PRO-KEDS CANDIES
was also charged on a capias Pair
theft, Total'' bond is set at recently in Bradford County by local JOROACHE PONY Any
281125. He remains in custody; authorities.
CONNIE PAOLINI
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SPAULDING L.A. GEAR BO.OO 8

LTR 750 LTR
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Gin Brandy ''Vodka '"
Bradford'' County Sheriffs Office

s'acceptlng'appUcations for the

position'of Correctional: Officer/Jailer, LAKE AREA PHYSICAL 'THERAPY, Inc., '

beginning January 29 ,and ending J < 749 6 9.9
8,9,9,
-February 15, 1988. ertlflecJ Rehabilitation Agency)

,Apply at Sheriffs Office.Bradford ''LTR 750 LTR
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County .Co rthouse. Physical Therapy-- & Speech Pathology, ,
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Sheriff i v Bradford County Specializing. : i ,'" '. ,je '" ,I
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1/28 2tchg 3/04 Orthopedics Neurology! ,pediatrics 1 -. ,f "'. :{' > J. %
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'ATTENTION TORO OWNERS! '. Sports' Vled' 1 citeS Playing Every Frl. & Sat. Night ill 2 A.M.

S,Medicare.. Insurance 'and Worker. Compensc1fIon'A'7cepted.'
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The Parrish Band
Pick-Up.6 Delivery on Any tit- Ray

S FREE Toro Rider Good, thru rob 28 Laura Hodges,,pT.. 'Jennifer Bradley;.PJ ''
Call For PIck-UD TodavLJ! ( t vourvinnii, :L:: I-'loriiTa L'Ht' 'Tv Tldi<<-'t'
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SPECIAL 'S.R. 26& Centre Street 486N.'Temple"Ave.: 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE

Melrose Florida 32666, 'Stal!
$ 475-3113 964-2203 Starke 1 mile North of Starke onUS, 301
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Hours by Appointment Referrd
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.dean Air Filter 964-7725 GRIFRSG3S 468-1792
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*Check AH Nuts ft Bolts I
.Adjuit Brake Belts
>. Service Tire tc Battery 40,000 BTU DEARBORN

1. Grew All Fittings On All "Serving northeast Florida since. 1941.1' j Gas

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RENT MOBILE HOMES BUSINESS LAND FOR SALELOT -

--' FOR SALE, OPPORTUNITIESOWN A', 964-7774 I

2 t 3 BEDROOM HOUSE]) $250 and 1350. IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after 205 N.T.: ..,, Stork.:'m-
Call 964-5377 after 5.30
: p.m. 10/t TF S, call 964-3291. 3/07 tfn
ADULT PARK) Clean 2 BR mobile ham. MOBILE HOMI FOR SALE rent to ownyour YOUR OWN $14.99 ONE PRICE MOBILE HOMI LOn one acre and up. .
'4 mil. from city. Nice neighborhood. own mobile home. Several to LADIES APPAREL, CHILDRENS ($>>$40 Several location. Some with hookups 11 I Cecelia Terwlllegar I
4681323. 10/8TF I choose from. Call 468-I 323 for Informa! Value) or Shoe Store Regular stores all with EZ ferny. Ralph Bryan I
NEWLY DECORATED tion. 10/8TF choose from Jean/Sportcwoar, Ladles .
everything furnlihd. Realty 964-8878. 9/24 TF
......NEW LISTINGS.. ....
NEW USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Men, Large Slie Petite
Laundry 'focllitles Included. Video Roy *,, ,
34 divide
ACRES CLEARED will owner
room ovalloble, Will accept one child. ,,Well at A&W Mobil. Home, 964-6407 Danc.rl A.roblc. Bridal Lingerieor financing. 1.904.964-7771 or *0000 LOOKING New Duplex, 215 Bradford Drive 2 BR, IVi bath living
no pelt. Palm Apt.. 2313 N. Temple or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw Accessories. $tor.. Brands Liz 1-904-964-4937 1/2J TF ,room eat hi kitchen With stove, finest carpets, best location'
Av.., Stark. 32091.: 10/29 TF :2 t DOUSLEWIDREPO'r Financing Clalbo...., Healthtex, Chaos, Lee, St. CROSBY lAKIt Lot 22, $19,000.
TEN MOBILE HOMES for r.nt: furnishedor available. Call 1.272-0625 collect tfn Michel, Forenia Bugle Boy, Levl, 22 S. MYRTLE $T.. Home 8 2 car garage, ollnewlnt.rlan, QUA 2 BR, 1
unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR 2 USED POUBLIWIDESn Low payments Organically Grown Lucia Over 2000 PERSONAL SERVICES Ba. $30,000 Financing Available, See to Appreciate
9647498. DXT9 TFchg low down payment. Call 1.272-0650 others Or $13.99 On. Price" Or Multi. -642 N. WALNUT 3 BR. 2 Ba, Handyman' dream, 38000.
ONE BEDROOM unfurnished houie-: $175 collect tin Tier Pricing" Discount or Family'' Shoe ,co WANT TO DRINK DUPONT ROAD (Lewteyi) One acre surveyed. $6.000 cash
ASSUME 3 BR, 2 both lot Store Retail Price unbelievable for THAT YOUR BUSINESS unfinished. Inside off NW 42nd Ave.
month no pet, on. year 1_... on your $159 -BRICK BIDG.. 4000 sq.ft. ( ) Morgan on
9648404. 1/14 3tchg 1/28 month. 904-351-8514. dealer.. 1/7 Stchg top quality shoe normally priced from WANTTOSTOPfTHAT'S on 1.9 acre. Built a* a lodge but could convert to your own use. $60,000.
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT In Startle.' or 3 2/4 i $19 to $60. Over 250 Brand. 2600 OURS .....HOMES.....
'bedroom, 2 bath fireplace, unfurnished HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28x68.3., style $17,900 to $29,900' :, Inventory Alcoholic Anonymous -LOVELY I BR,2V4 Ba custom built home LR, with fireplace DR, eat-In kitchen
Home. 'of Merit $279 month. Free Training Fixture, Airfare, Grand' 94-41 M>- screened CHSA thermal
near schools, no pet. KINGSLEY 9642000pd extra large utility room porch, garage. ,
Opening eta. Can 15 day. Mr.'K..nan thru S/JI
LAKE 2 bedroom t bath furnished. delivery. Unci.toy'\ *, 9043518514. open windows, acre of ,land 68000.
((305)) 366-8606. Itpd 1/28 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Freeestimates
533-'5335. 1/28 2tchg 2/4 1/7 Slchg 2/, 1000 SUNBEDS, TONING TABLESi Sunal Fence Co.Own.r BRICK t BR. 1 Vi>! Ba, LR, kitchen-dining area, carport utility room 1004 N.
TWO BEDROOM mobil. home, mostly REPOSi easy assumption with little or no' Handy-Man Thompson St. W.llln.ulated. low utility bill., $49,299.
WOLFF
Tanning Beds, SlendnrQuest Reddish 964-8999 tfn
unfurnished, located In country, not In $ dowm Double and single' *: ',Passive Exercisers, Call for FREE color HANDYMAN Tommy electrical BRICK 4 BR er SIR, 2 ba, approx.,1900 I.f., one acre, S yr*. old between
carpentry, painting :
904.35
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-8514. 1/7 Stchg 2/4
agent.
nark 964.5430 after S Itchg 1/28 '
p.m. Stark. 4 Lawtey
Save .
catalogue. 50%
THREE BEDROOM, I bath, carpeted. 301 2B WIDE shingle' masonite. fireplace' 1-800-228-6292.( fcan 88-38 to Reasonable, complete rate Licensed, home contractor repair., BEST NEIGHBORHOOD 365 E. Mimosa. Large Immaculate, brick home
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North of Slarke, NE 50th Ave.' Follow and much mor. $227 month. CH4A nicely landscaped lot 296x148.' 67000.
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 473-394O. t/9tfn
signs 'Open House Friday and Saturday 904-351-8514, Uncle Roy's. 1/7 Stchg SEWING MACHINES sales and service, LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY. PRICED RIGHT Keystone, beautiful

,." \>.m'; $310 month plus deposit. 2/4 HOMESFOR all make cleaned., oiled, adjusted( Spanish style home, 3450..1., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2Yr ba, formal .
1 773X5314) 1/28 2/4 REDUCED UxtS: 2 BR, 1 bath, $3500
2tpd
9647358. l/2t 6tchg 2/25 SALE $15. All work guaranteed. Corner LR, fully equipped kitchen, 'Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio, pool telling
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RENT Coble AC*
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OPEN HOUSE 2-5 Morgan Rd. 8 CR 16, James Strickland, fans, 2 car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 ossum. mtgs., 1135,0001
h ett No deposit, $66 and $73.50. Sunshine Sunday p.m.
Hallman Rd 9648733. 123TFFIREWOOD ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco 8 block beauty with 3400 ..f., 6yrs.
Motel North 301. 1/283tpd2/U Keystone Heights. 7411 ,
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE.347 S. Thomp. next to Cloy Electric. Doublewide, 2 BR;. 2 BR, 1 IA with 2-cor garage. Perfect for: : I will split your wood. Also old on 2'/ acre In Lawtey area. Spaclou.CIegant..Prestlget'

ton SI, Call Marvin Rosier., 782-3655. .2 Bo, CHSA: country' kitchen 'large lot, retired couple. Easy walking distanceto firewood for sol'*. 94.7078.1/212tchg ROOM TO GARDEN Palm' St.. 3/2 brick new roof carport new Carrier
i|** 1/28 circle drive, concrete foundation, 2 can new shopping center. 29999. Call 1/28 heat pump large screened porch utility shed extra lot.
tHREt BEDROOM 2 bath mobil. home In, ports 2 porch., 'large workshop awnIngs 94.56Q6.4/30 tin CHILD CARE IN MY HOMI for working -CONSOLIDATED HOME A OFFICE OR APT, 3 Acre, lawtey area.DEERWOOD .
.Qtir(ry, Furnished, air and heat. TV taws 473-3285. Itpd 1/28 "'/" % ASSUMABLE on $22,000) 3 BR, 2 mother Call 964-6499. 1/21 TF S/D: brick 3/3, pool $109.000 '
SJiO/month, $100 deposit. 9646305 If 12 MOBILE HOME: 14x60. 2 BR, 1 'A Ba ba, brick veneer home with fireplaceand INCREASE THE VALUE OF YOUR HOME 'MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2, 2 story 12 acres $ 89.000
Joys of -964.4460 eve* until 9:30: p.m. good condition. Must move at once, garage on S acres. Beautiful'home. Dave' Painting. 964-6636 after 6 p.m. SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2,1989 DW. fireplace, high, lot $ 90,000
I In8 TFjo( $9,000. Call 964-8083. Itchg 1/28 Reduced to $99.900. United Realty of 1/28 2tpd 2/4 EDWARDS LOOP; 3 BR, 2 Ba. I acre, let's go country $ 62.000
3 BR HOUSE I bath newly pointed $250 12.40 MOBILE HOME 2 BR 1'/, bath, fur. Stark., 964-8447 or 473-3627 11/12 TF SISTER SOPHII PALM READER Advlc. on ORANGE AND PRATT 2/1 frame. Reduced quick sale IS 19.900
month 96- .8498. Itpd 1128. nished.. No axles, to b. moved $500. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHi on ,4 acres ''on business, love and other problems. BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44.000MENG
(XTRA CLEAN 3 BR 12x70 mobile home 964-2282. Itpd 1/28 Sleepy Hollow Drive, ''Stork*. .Carpet Special readings this week with thl* DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acres,3/1 CB CHI AIO near 40.000
on '>', acre lot. Close to town. Partially 12xtO TWO BEDROOM: 1 Both, modern throughout. stove refrigerator, ,BRADFORD ad.:' 7829802. 1/28 2tpd 2/4 CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Ba,CH/A. frame $ 41.000

'I jrrlithed. NO PETS$275 month, $100 kitchen air cond., extra clan $5,500. freezer, and clothe dryer Included. for 2-9 PRE-SCHOOL of has, opening before LAWTEY: 4.BR, 2 ba, 2 story 1 acr.,100 yr*. old $ 36,000
964-4510. Itpd 1/28 Call for more detail. 94.493,1144tla year age. Register
.1l'4.i-curify. deposit.. ..96-4.554..1n8.. | {1"-I March I, 1988 and pay no application ..COMMERCIAL....,., .
MOBILE HOME' FOR RENT] 964-8614 .BY OWNERS 3 BR, 2 bath with fireplace,, fee.i For more i Information call ENTERPRISE ZONE: 14S'x165'.n..rho.p. ,$ 25,000.
,964-7619, 1/28TF''' Of' 'NOTICE 4 AC. $60.000. Call 782.3437 day or. 964-4361.." license. 030969."; 1/28 4tchg THOMPSON 11,362..f,, brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80,000
NEW' /HOMEs: 3 BR. 2 bath, CHSA./ patio,' 964-4763 nights 1/2)) 2tchg 1/28 2/18 301 N: 1.9 acres. MH hook-up 2 bldg., 240' on 301 great value' $ 37.000
>garage! ', 'appliances, carpeting;! wooded CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-. BY OWNER-STARKE, 4 BR.'"' 3 bath, 301 N: by Econo lodge 165.01'on 301 120.000:
Ifct.jqolet neighbor' W. Pratt St. 1 -milled to the ''Bradford County CHAA; mostly furnished 54500. Call. 301 N: approximately 150' x opprox. 220 $129,000
COMMERCIAL
I yar lease required. $475 monthly plus Telegraph office in writing and paid In'' '9646222. Itpd 1/28 PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE' ,301 N: Dairy Queen Building, 1 lease option? Reduced 89,000
month deposit., Apply at 964-8073,' advance unless credit I* already ,, BY OWNER-GRAHAMs, 3 BR. 2 bath cor. 301 $: 193' 301 frontage $ 89,000
''I JSfFJOLU .- established with this office. port 1 acre' fenced. 285009646222.'' 301 and Washington Street, 262.5.. 1OS" $ 91.900
MOTEL t MOBILE HOMES In THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Itpd 1/28 301 S: 139 ft. on 301, approx. 2 acres, (possible Acre*) $150,000} "'i
bktfke, ,Clean, furnished I kitchenette RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 3.83. ACRESi lots of pecan tree. *ometimber FOR LEASE, 1,000 sq. ft., 301 South next
to United Realty, 964-8848 964-8<< .ACREAGE.....
on the land. 3 BR, partially furnished 7.
and 2 BR mobil. home.. Weekly 8 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD I IS TAKEN OVER
Monthly rate. 964-8810,. Itpd 1/28 THE TELEPHONE. house Coll 964-9694 or or eve, 473.3627.4/16 tfnchg GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 100W 8 Hwy 229. 40 plus Acre $ 60.000
STATE EMPLOYEES: need horn. close tour Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY 4963080. 1/28 4tchg 2/18 JSOO SQ. PT. ON 2 FLOORS, )137 A 139 E. RD. 100 EAST.' 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000
>" work? W. have clean mobile, NOON prior to Thursday publication. Call St. Available Dec. 15 for tease with 109th AVE., LAWTEY: 2 'A acre cleared: S 8.000
homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF Classified: display deadline I. TUESDAY REAL ESTATE option. Call 1-396-6849 or write Clyde HAMPTON 438 acres.This property has everything $438.000
W. Simpson 1419 Barnett Bank Bldg.j LAWTEY: S acre 109th Ave., good Investment S 15.000
NEW MOBILE, HOME 14 ft. wide, c.ntral 5:00: P,M. Special Classified display ?
hsot and ail1, furni.h.d. Must .... plac.m.nt I. NOT Guaranteed. OUT OF. AREA Jax, Flo. 32202. 12/3 IFSTROUTREALTY RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26.000SR
4681323. 10/8 TF Minimum charg. for classified ads Is 16 WEST: approx. 7 acres 13,000
,OFFICE BUILDING: 5 room, wall to wall 15 word. for $3.50. th.n 15 cents for OCALA, NATIONAL ,FOREST Woodedlot. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD. 20.16 acres, 3 well. 2 pole,
carpet, central air p.rf.ct for Doctor each word thereafter. ., fiver access $5450 Each. No 2 septic tank, owner finance S 90,000 Or will split ea $ 27,000
or Attorneys office. For more Info.call .....-. money down $69.41 monthly. Owner BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43. acres, owner finance, great location 82.332
jewel or John, 964-6305. TFmm| 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF .
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'KINGSLEY LAKE SMALL COTTAGEi t', 6 SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 155 acres, 30 *" '1ot" era rm
; CROSBY LAKE Let 100 ft, > $ q$.:qtr
months renter heat. wint.r rate Cou-, PERSONALSA open, land game plots balance wood Incorporated '"" ""'.
700-"l
"COUNTRY: CLUB ESTATES 2 pie Only, no pet. 533-2366. 12/3 TF ira ;
ed. Creeks Public water. Paved rood. Lie. Real Estate Broker *" '
KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 Iota
: $ 4.500! .
KINGSLEY LAKE 2 BR mobile home, heat Deer, turkey abundant. $99,900.. 10%' SM N. Ave. U-S. (
; WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE Temple ( 301)) WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Florida Frontier ", $ 15.000
yearly couple only, no p.ts.. 533-2366, : down. UNITED NATIONAL, Barren Sterk., 3201
12/3> TF Australian European ScandinavianHigh Strother Broker P.O. Box 799 Troy 964-8931 473-3096 After Hour
TWO BR, TRAILER on nice large lot In School Exchange Student arrlv Alabama 36081 205-566-1870, Ann.TlIIegarN.llOn '4737S4I49sV221'
law. '' In B.com. host for 4tOr on* acre, new doublewlde John .
toy' area. Partially' furnished. No Ing August. a family 209-739-2442, fcan 88.37WATERFRONT Langford Master Appraiser
thildr.n..782.3344 or 7823942.. 12/10 ,American Intercultural 'Student Exchange mobile, quiet area. $33,000.
r'i i cePINE Coll 1-BOO-SIBLING. fcan 88-39 1499: Apartment house ((4)) opts.,

; fOREST APARTMENTS: Now taking ERASE BAD CREDIT,, Information from PROPERTY 100% occupied $55,000. .
application for 3 BR apartments, starting your credit bureau file legally Complete /458: Laundromat' t package, meat
of,$200 per month. CHSA. fully details Send $1 (p&h) to Credit .store great Investment : Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S.
equipped ,kitchen cable ready 1530 Services, Box 4144, Lake Wales, Fl. SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES lake front 1457: 2 oc., mobile, workshop solar "
301 North 864 N
W. Madison St., 964-6312, Mon-Frl, 9-5 338594144. fcan 88-40 and lake access. Lots available from water heat. $39,900. Temple Ave... Starke a
pm. Equal.Housing Opportunity "I"'d.r" If It LOSERS WANTED: Lose up to 29 $9000. Zoned Res/mobile home 3 'A Office space for rent'' near cour- *Pumps Plumbing *W.II Drilling"'I
pounds Inch., cellulite this month. mile wet of Stark. on beautiful house.. Utilities furnished.
COi Doctor recommended., free shipplngl! Sampson lake ((2000.4acres) ... Excellent Wellave Rentals
CHECK US OUT CI.an'r.ntal '
home tailored to your pay ichedule, ;THIS 12.M2-1915"can WILL, BE YOUR 88-41 LAST DIET Call fishing. 904-964-7759 skiing and boating. Both Residential4k' Commercial' ,964.7061.,

Private park,; laundry and playground: *rff rrrtftffrttrtf fiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA l
" PINES SRI2K |lust south of SR100 In '""" eve-933-2038 Owner/broker 8/13tfnchy I
,lok. Butl.r,,Call 4962366. tfn/chg 1/7 R.V.s CAMPERS, .

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FOR SALE, )19(7 TRAVEL TRAILER 39 It. Pork Model,
'" 2 BR air washer > ,'
awning dryer tip ,.
out room many ,..Ira.. Real' nice. : :
REPOSSESSION AT LAKE ALTO In Waldo", $10,800080. Hwy.301 North of Waldo 964-4544
Flo-,3 BR, 2 full both' 1344. >.t on 1'/, at Trading Post Campground, Itpd I L
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acre, Carpet' fireplace, chain linked,
full cfosed-in' garage. ,Appraised at : ,Hwy. 3O1 S.Starke :
W 2.000, will sell for 44000. Financing [@] FL
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"/oiloble. $3.100 down $435 monthly .
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CbTTACES.. Fully furnished. Dally,, Office SpaceRetail .
"""'B lily" monthly rate.*' Also mobil. Susan r 40 Faulkner. GRI, CRB PRESIDENT' '
'home park space. for rent, and homes office Was 41 ACRE FARM .. 3BR/2BA' Block. Crest Room .

fur *ae. MT., Rd VIEW RESORT U.S.' 64E, Attorneys Office.; 'E9Uti !FilW/J X1= Rt ..lfJyj9{ w/F eplsce, CH/A. Stove Will Oven & ReCd Carpets & .
Mighlonds. Franklin N.C. ((704),) Drape- Swimming Pool Acreage has Future Farming and
S24 4603. 6/11 tfnchg Fully carpeted: CH&/!v. Located Hwy.301- BlksS.SR.100,. 221 W.Lafayette street Wooded Areas 32 x 37 Pole Bam. Well & Septic. '

;'l WAI'HED Lease'requlredn* COUNTRY LIVING 2BR/2BA Block Extra Large Living-

$350., per morjtrtf'" REDUCED Cottage on Oklawaha River In Marion County. Good hunting and Dining Aiea.-Family Room Breakfast 'Room CH/A. .Oarage.
Well & Septic, on 3 Acres of Privacy'
for Information( or.. fo see' llshlng. _
WANTED TO BUY 500 to 1500 acre tract '
*OFF ROAD 22f> 1 nice acre with wall and older septic.'. GOOD BUY .-3BR/2BA.. Block Spacioui Living Room.
fat' quail hunting. ) .9047334025.f Call 964-63'pS.:
Realtor),,Itchg 1128. *TWO STORY HOME with 37 acre Over 2300 sq. .,It.-, 4 BR,2% bo, game room Family Room CH/A, 1839 SF, Stove"Refri & D hwuher.

.. ---- fireplace, some planted pine*. Well & Septic. 1 Acre.
*301 NORTHt 10 nice acres., with tome trees.; BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD .' '3BR/2BA Block Family .
*SMALL HOMI err nice 'lot In town for first home or rental, Room Drapes & I-
Carpet. CH/A 1416
SP, Large;Lot Lake
LAVERN H. OUTLAW BUSINESS$ BUILDING > 'large home on more than 3 acres, Owner financing. Priveleges. .

*GRAHAM AREA. 12. acres planted pines. Building site or mobile home. Will .
BrokerThinking 6.92 ACRES r 3BR/1BA Frame and 3BR/2BA Doublewide ,
divide* : .
OUTLAW of buying or LOTS FOR CAMPERS OR TRAILERS with water; septic and light pole.. Adult 'wtpatioa..I Carport, Large Workshop:. Storage Building Well .
community. & Septic, Owner Financing, _
selling? Calif us.' ''
I 3/4 ACRE Beautiful building site or mobile home, NORWEGIAN' BRICK, 3BR/2BA., Dining-Kitchen Combo. .

22 Evenings Si Weekends *24 LOVELY ACRES with large stocked fish pond, part pasture. partially f.nc- CH/A. Range A. RefH. Carpet. 1200 SF. Well & Septic. .1J ,

.ARK ., ed. Acres.
*DEERWOOD Nice 2296 sq. ft.. home,'3 BR, 2 Ba, 84900., GAINESVILLE. 3BR/2BA Block. 1577 SF. AC. CH.'Family .
Your Full Service Real Estate Office *NICE BUILDING LOT aver an acre, past hospital $8,5001erms.r Room. Stove A ReM Double Carport, Enclosed Porch ,
Approval! for R .Idenca Farm Commercial Iu in< *HWY. 301 $.. 2 acr.. has 24x60 versatile building plus 2 mobil. home Ha Corner Lot w/Vacanl Lot Included. ; on

300' on hwy:' .
LAWTEY 4BR/1BA ; '
*GRAHAM 3 BR. 1V4 bath brkk block, on 1 acre, only 34000. Frame Large Li'ina-Dinina'Rool11l.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on SR 16 E:3000 sq.
*OWNER TRANSFERRED) Price reduced drostkollyl Was $130.000, now 100000. *HAMPT0N 3 acres with 3 BR, 2 Ba, assumable mortgage, $49.000. NICE NEAT &, CLEAN.2BR/1BA Frame,' Well, & Septic., .
Beautiful custom-built 2 story LOG HOME Includes 3 BR. 2 Ba, 22x4O pool OVER 1 ACRI with custom doublewlde workshop and many more extra Good Location.
QUIET PLACE Easy living In this 'large 3/2 homo, 1700 ..f., CHaA on TA acres .
SELECTED
*HWY. 100 West 83 acre with 1300' frontage on hwy. Only) $_ .337 per acre. PROPERTIES .
w/6 acres Improved posture, 2 barns, 3 wells, priced to Mil.., "
NEAT AS A PIN I Nw roof, now bathroom do. to Stork.. Commercial 'Rental.Available? 5 ACRES High A Dry. Well A: Septic ,
ONI OP THI FINEST 3/2 doublwld on 3 ores paved rood. 10 ACRES Pecan Grove Bam. Well A Septic. Fenced.
*OWNER SAYS OIT OFFER I Doublowlde. 10 acres of good land. 10 ACRES. Pecan Drove & Fish Pond. Residential. .

*A LOTTA ROOM FOR THI MONIVr 2 story, redecorated. 1800 sq. ft. In Stark., 10 ACRES South Clay County Residential/Agricultural .
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convenient to shopping and hospital. $39,000.REDUCICONVENIINT Calf! one.of our Professionally trained, 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location.
TO TOWN A SCHOOLS 3 BR, 1 Ba. remodeled. 3 staff today at: 4.55 ACRES Zoned for Mobile Home. '
QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD CB 3 lit, hardwood floors: nice yard will considerleas. 2 CITY LOTS. Northeast Section. .

*,ANXIOUS. purcho.SELLER HAS REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE Spacious brick,'.4/2._ CH1A, 9645069or LAKE GENEVA- Large Lot. 100 ft. on the Water! .

fireplace, on 10 ores In Starke. Under $99.000. WE WANT AN OFFERII' LAKE LOTS.- Crosby A Sampson Owner Financinc
*WALK TO VIRVTHINOi 3/1 frame nice lot. 23500.: after flours_ call: LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast section of City,

!INCOMf PROPERTY 2 BR. t Ba, REDUCED TO 23000.: HWY 301 SOUTH. Large Lot. Good Business t.o -tion.,, .
TEM ACRtS on US 301. priced to .. $99.000. HURRY! I REALTOR ASSOCIATES .EVENINGS 210 ft. ON HWY 301 S Acres Near Earlton Beach.

*LAKI PROPERTY We have home and lot' .. Irene. L. Faulkner- 964-5142 If rOVK MIND IS ON HEAL ESTATE OK THINGS RELATED

'We Invite Inquiries On ()Other Listings LUdlfo Spry ...964.8420t ,JtAJa YOUR NEXT STOP.AT ACCELERATEDAAAAAAAAAAAAAA '

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FOR SALE ANIMALS, ft PETS HELP WANTED NOTICE FOR SALE HOMES FOR RENT

FOR SALE
MUSICAL tNSTRUMINTSr Ai low o> CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub BRASS BED queen size compl.t., or. 1BR COTTAGE with lake privileges.
$14.99 per month Call 9646946. tin Wl NEED GOOD HOMES gentle pony NEED SOMEONE TO TRIM TREES o few mined to the lake Region Monitor office thopedlc mattress set and from. (new, HA AC, screened porch furnished or wm
NEWSPAPER LATESi Aluminum.' 2 Border Collies, and 1 Australian hour at a time. Call '....5990. 'Itpd. In writing and paid In advance 'never used), still In plaitie. Cost furnished. $240/mo. One block from
Measures 2".36".25 cents each.Great Shepherd. Call Kris. 964-6934. TFmf 1/28 unless credit Is already established $1.0OO. Sell for $350 cash. Stored InJacksonville. library. 4734961. tfnchg
for patching and repair, TELEGRAPH HAPPY JACK TMVIIUMCIDf I Recognizedsafe ,CONSTRUCTION ,WORKERS .WANTED with trill office.MONITOR 1-624-2639. 4tchg GENEVA OAKS CONDOS 1BR and 2BR
135 W. Call St. 964.4303. and effective by US Bureau of male 'or female. Will 'train for lit. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 114.24VICTORIAN kitchen utility room and living room
ALICIA HAY new hay. $25. Delivery Veterinary Medicine against hook, dull., truck drivers, etc. 782.3080. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN BRASS t WHITE DAY BED and dining room., $250-$3SO/rno,
available. All hay In barn. 7 miles West round and tapeworms In dogs 4 cats 'Itpd 128PSYCHIATRIC CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER make two twin bed' Complete with 475-2032. 2tchg 1/21 1/28
of Stark on Rd. 16. Jimmy GosMns. GOLDKIST. US 301 N., 964-7871, 12/24 R.N. Need RN Specialist THE TELEPHONE. matt, ,never used still In bo.... Will'' .
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'964.8356. 8/27 TFchg 8tchg 211GERMAN for evening shift In Adolescent.! Classified' deadline I I. 11:00 a.mw priorto sacrifice $330 Cash Stored In Jackson ACREAGE.BEAUTIFUL '
IIMIROCK PILL SAND hauled and SHEPARDl white purebred 2 ehevlorel Treatment end Admission Thursday publication. villa. 16242639. 4pd 1/14-2/4 _
pread. 7823172. Allen Taylor, years old gentle with good tempera.ment Unit. Requires 3, year RN experience Minimum charge I I. 13 word.for S3.30, 10 TON WENCH go 400, 473.3146.3tpc
Lowt. 1 of which I I. In Salary WOODED LOT ON EMERY
9/24 TF .with curr.nt-vacclno. psychiatry. then 15 cent for each word thereafter. 1/21-2/4:
ALICIA HAY Fresh cut. $25 a ,all. All' tlon, $40.Healthy 964.6701 eves. "Itpd 1/28 range $10.37 to $13.67 hourly depending 10X4S SHED good tin and post $200. LANE 473-9236. 1/14 tfnchg.
hay under barn. 7 miles from Stark.on BRAHMA BULLS FOR on ....rI_. One GN position 4733146. 3tpd 1/21-2/4.
SALE
Hwy.' 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or and olds.Registeredstock aveilable. Co".ct'Merrlet Higgins, FLAT BED TRAILER 30 ft. dual electric. HELP WANTED
two 964-7376
782.3727.61..tfn one year Northeast Florida State Hespltal Mace MOBILE RENT Needs bed. $''00. 4733146. 3tpd "
1/28 2tpd 2/4 HOME FOR
BLUEBERRIES AND CHAFE PLANTS Berry PRE PUPPIES: 964-6614.Call after clenny. FI.eO4-2S9-6211.eirt. 115. 1/2* 1/21-2/4 FEDERAL STATE B CIVIL SERVICE job

plants $2.50. Woodard at: special' "Itchg 1/28 p.m. Stchg 225CARS. 14' X 7V MOBILE HOME 2BR. 2BA. ''arg.kltch.n FREE FIREWOOD pine and hardwood. 12.646 to $57,89t/yeor, now hirlngl
price, $1, Muscadine grape plant. dry. Also saw mill slates. Ideal for CALL JOB LINE 1-318-4593611 |xt
1.50 S $2.50. LONGNECKERS and Jiving area clean convenient fence. 473-3146. 3tpd 1/21-2/4 Info'.
FARM TRUCKS, VANS and first ''F3339A fat 24HRS 3tchg
month
Requires
1.7 miles North of SR 26 on CR 1469 private.! \ KING SIZE BED 75. Full size portable t/28-2/11
HELP WANTEDHIRING rent and'd.po.lt. W.B. Stanley -
Earleton. W..t .Id. of Lak. Santa F. dishwasher, like new $123. New '
19M FORD P.150
XL 4x4) 2 tone green. 473-4161. 2 chg 1/28-2/4
"468-2483 "475-1151 4732702. Sears lawn alroter $100. Also fresh
Op.n $6300 OBO. 964-7271) or 964-4319. 1/7 MOBILE HOME 2yrs old., 2BR 1BA f Pointers
Mon-Frl. 1.5 p.m., or by oppolntm.nt Government Jobs In your area. 4tchg 1/2S fenced gas heat 250mo. 4737044. brown eggs. 4732139. Itpd 1/28 (t
1/14 TV and far details.
1/28 VCR call 473-3343
Stchg 1500068000. Call 602-838-8883. .
1911 THUNDERBIRD full power,,"1895. Itpd )/28
ATTENTION HANDYMEN I I Larg. cement Ext. 3493. 12/24 6tpd 1/28 Coll $35O. Itpd 1/28
964-394O. 1/2T 2tchg 1/28
block home UTILITY TRAILER-6X8- $250. 8 X 4'' f t",,!1L/O'n: Pets
In city of Stark. Looking SINGLE WOMAN OVER 50 for mold In CHURCH BUS, 1963 Chevrolet news }>
for a reasonable offer. 1-726-7651 motel. Must live In. 964-7184. 12/30TF motor transmission $1300 negotiable. MISCELLANEOUS $173. All In good condition. 473-4895..

1/21 4tpd2/11 SOMEONI TO CARl for elderly lady. Live 4682711. 1/21 4tpd 2/11 2tchg 128.21MOBILE Do dogs| have Rood a1\te1'(... t9
$TON HEAT PUMP practically new take In S days a week 964-7839.1/21. 3tchg 1967 FORD MUSTANGt new upholsteryand PACK RAT Buy, sal and trade collectible have found that dogs do seem to
ov.r payments. Call 431.1270 at 6:30: 2/4 tire. wheel Need few Hem and antiques.Used furnltur., HOMES FOR SALE
Mag a
prefer some dog food brand to
p.m. 1/21 2tpd 1/28: ,EXPERIENCED TRUCK 'DRIVER wanted: minor repairs and body work, Asking glassware, jewelry and much more.
Come for One mile east others. In a significant move to
AUTOMATIC CLOTHES WASHER) Sears. Chauffeur license required. Mon-FrV $1,000. Wilt accept best offer. tee yourself. ASSUME 3/2 on your lot $139/ma.
used $100. Call 9645812. 1/21 TFc. Omega Metal. 473-4984. Itchg 1/28 9646307. 1/21 2tpd 1/28 of Keystone Height on Highway 100 dealer i-351.8514.Stchg 1/7-2/4 ward providing the1 best lusting:

HALP PRICE I Fantastic dealt Our best HAIRSTYLIST with good personality wan 1979 TOYOTA)' 4 ,wheel drive, $2500. 473-2183. 3/5 tlnchg HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28X68 "/3, soft mois dog foods Gain**
large flashing arrow sign $2991 ,ting to rent a choir from a salon under 964-3567 after 5 p.m. 1/21 2tchg 1/28 PUTNAM BANNER CHRISTIAN.SCHOOL Home of Merit, 279mo.., freedelivery. Foods Inc. "is now introducing/:
Lighted non-arrow 289. Unlighted new ownership. 964.6777. 'Clientele 1970 DELTA M Oldsmoblle. Runs good. has ,openings for K-12 ttudent !Uncle, Roy's, 1-331-8314, Stchg. new "improved .Gaines burtt'ft-,
$249. Free letter
See locally. Call today Parent wanting dlect'participation
preferred. Itchg 1/28 $600 080.Call Tim from to 4 17242f
noon p.m, Top Choice anti Puppy Choice dill
t direct with child' Nan- g
Factory : 1-800-423-0163. JANITOR WANTED Male or female. 473-9O59. 1/282tchg2/4 schooling WIDE shingle;'masonlte, fireplace.
anytime fcan 88-36 Good qnd benefit Lake' discrimination of race, color nationalor Uncle foods. '
pay Apply 197 CHEVY MALIBU fully'load.d, new and. morel $227/mo. Roy's.
STEEL BUILDINGS, 40x75x12 $3.43 ft.; Butler Apparel', 4963601. 1/21 TF ,tires and battery Rebuilt engine andtron.ml..lon. .thnlc argln. P.O. Box 33, Melrose, 1-331-8314. Stchg 1/7-2/4 At the fiiiinen Nutrition Center"
40x100x14 $3.39 ft;Sox 100.16$3.32 ft.t60x100x14 Fl. 321>66. Stchg 1/21-2/4 .
fEDERAL STATE t CIVIL SERVICE JOBS .
1500. 964-4785 anytime.Itpd in Kankakee-, Illinois over iJ million
$3.05 ft.; 70x100x14 2.90 SI2.646 to $57.891/yeor, BRADFORD MS-SCHOOL IN STARK -
now hiring. 1/28 SERVICES'RESSURE quality control teats tin' conducted : -
ft.; 100x100x12 2.76 ft Allied Steel. Call JOB LINE. 1-S18-459-3611 ext F3377 has openings for 2-5 year old.
\ 1974 CADILLAC 501 engine. $330.
1-800-635-4141. 1/28 3tpa 2/11 for Info.. 24 hr. 1/28 3tpd 2/11 964-4697 or 333-2178.: Itpd 1/28 Register before March t,1988 and pay each year to assuri supe7iur -
SNAP CORN! new crop ground to ord.r, THERAPY AIDE S ADMITTING CLERK Full no application f... Call Undo Bryant or WASHING Houses, mobile product quality. Gaineb*burg-

bug fr... 9647376. 1/28 2tpd 2/4 time positions, previous hospital experience 1979CHEV. LUV Very good condition- Debbie Morris HRS. License number homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Fr. era, Top Choice and Puppy Choice
SEVERAL ITEMS, 36" gas stove, small preferred. Must enjoy work. quick tarter, dependable. SIISO.. 030969. Itchg.1/28 estimates. Call; Rob 473-3590. 3/5 have been developed to meet vir
refrigerator, and ladle* bicycle, likenew. Ing with people In busy environment ,
o.b.o. 496.2298evenings, 1/2J.2tpd, tfnchg exceed all.of the NRC feeding, re
Call 1/28
964-2227. TF Apply to Personnel'. Lake 8u'l.rHo.pllol 1/28' CARS LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
HOSPITAL MOt all electric Call Hand Surgery Center, SR 121 ,Call T"Lawn Barber. 473-3590.. Free ,quirements for ('omplt'tnd /balanced

964-7048. Itpd 1/28: a 100.:Lake Butler Fla., 904-496-2323, 77 PINTO STATION WAGON standard Estimate 3/5 tfnchg nutrition:
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UPRIGHT. FREEZER run fin. 75. EOE. 1/28 2tchg 2/4 transmission needs repairs, good IL'sa, winning combination

473.4442.ttchg 1/29 PHARMACIST, Immediate opening In tires, $250. 4732210. .-' PERSONALNURSING pets and pet owners many iiwrce,
SWAP OR BARTER Have 198O Pontiac 'small specialty hospital. Flexible YARD SALES .
1950 TIME DODGE POWER WAGON 4 dog foods that deliver great tawUi
LeMans In excellent condition. Will schedule. Apply to Personnel, Lake 'wheel drive, PTO :2.500 or trade for HOME INSURANCE I. not ex.' and complete) and balanced nutrition
trade for first clots roof Installed
on Butler t Hand
Hospital C.nt.r,
commercial property. Call 13287778., 'SR 121 tOO>, lake Surgery Butler Fla.,;. FOUR 'FAMILIES Saturday; '9 .til.. Two' LUV 1/21-2/4 type truck 473-3146, 3tpd pensive..Call 473-7442. 2tpd t 1/28-2/4 plus the'added hsnus of ifinvenience : ,-
1/28 2/18 blocks North of Bak.ry''on'' 'and ease of servingFor .
4tchg 904-496-2323 EOE. 1/28 2tchg 2/4 1970 DELTA tl OLDSMOBILE run very :",
'.47"PONY great with kids, work well In' ACCOUNTING POSITION) responsiblefor Westmoreland. 10/29 TF good $600 or best offer Tim HOME IMPROVEMENT;!" repair. additions a free booklet with tips orfl'edinu \,
$250. 4733628. 1/28 2tpd 2/4 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Friday and Sotur- or complete building 30
games. general ledger,, accounts payable 473-9059. 2tchg 1/28-2/4 year your doji,1'write to; Gaines
HEATER I Gas 'and electric heaters, and payroll for mental health center day Lot of clothes; toys,' furniture 73 FORD MAVERICK 473-7072., .' Itchg .experience serving Bradford .and Clay Booklet Feeding YnurDitffKiflfit
shop warehouse hanging type with serving Bradford. Union and Putnam msc.| 1123 Nell Ct. behind Madison St; Counties. 473.4018. 5/28 ffn ,
blower Alto other.. Rick' ,Salvage. Counties. Degree In accounting and Baptist Church. Follow signs, Itpd 1/28 1/28 'FLOOR SAGGING Door' Dragging? PO. Root M 1'77. Knnnkw tl.MWO'J/ )

9645184. ,'Itpd 1/28 experience with automated accounting .MOVING OUT, Misc, Items dishwasher, House out of level?? laRue Leveling olll
records. Salary $17,680 to ,bed frames, box springs, baby bed LOST service for all your foundation repairs,
ALICIA HAY In roll, horse quality. All 28000. Send resume range to Bradford. 'clothes toys, etc. Saturday, 1/30,' 9.2 '''73-21.7/9 tfnchg Time to PlantSHADE
under barn. Order hay for winter and Union Guldanc. Clinic, Attn. Terry p.m. 237 S. Thompson St, Itpd 1/28 LOST chocolate lob 8 mos. old, has had COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry
leave under my barn until you need It. Strodomskl P. O. Box 399. Starke, FL .BIG YARD, SALE, Friday only Chest surgery on hiptattoo on stomach $25' painting electrical plumbing,
7 mile North of Starke on Hwy 16 32091. EOE. 1/28 2tchg 2/4 freezer recllner stereo, baker rack reward. '475-1497 ,after 5pm. 2tchg Reasonable rol... Licensed contractor
toward prison. Barn on West side of ASST. MANAGER/C-ERKt able to work ,ceramic, high chair toys, lots of good'' /28-2/4 R80049306. Call Mitch 473-1940. 8/20
rood by split level home under pecan evenings and weekends. Experienceand misc. Items. Take 16 West out of TFchg Oak Red Maple, Silver Maple.
grove. Delivery available. Arthur references required, lawtey Slorke' go 5 1/4 miles,, turn right on Swaat Gum
Sycamore,. Crepe
782-3727 10/22 TF .
Gaskln NW 37th Av. (Crawford Rd. '
)
Shell/Ice Cream C"!>rn. Itchg 1/28 HELP WANTEJD; YARD SALES
CIGARETTES FOR LESS Myrtle
at Campbell'.134E. CLINICAL SERVICES DIRECTOR, directing 9648859. Itpd 1/28:

Call St.. Starke. 1/21 2tpd 1/28 clinical service for mental health SATURDAY 10.' p.m. NE 10th St. 2nd ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE/ MOVING SALE window AC.: .KerosunHeater 7-10 tall .. '$14., .to $25..
SEVERAL ITEMS, file cabinet, used.
center serving Bradfprd Union and Avenu. Bessent Rd. Baby', ladle. COLLECTION MANAGERfor
truck load lot of used chairs, wood. children' clothesR houseware Itpd canopy bed. toys boat Weekends or after 5pm
Putnam Counties. Position required regional furniture &
misc. "Items. Frl., Sot., and
i/I ...XrorkJng < ent,stock cart."ock ,..,. .. clothing
w !p J'iIi'P' p.l/28.x.
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with co.or.. Ricke Selvog., 964.5IM.! > PhD- or Masters- In'human service"discipline. appliance chain. Good salary ,.' Sun. 6524 Woodland Dr. off' SR 2t. 782-3640
Must be eligible for State of i 1/28.
:, Itpd 1/28 benefits & working Itchg
Florida license. Salary range$30.680 to LOST/FOUND
,1-TON FORD WITH FLAT BED, Automatic $41,080, with competitive fringe conditions Including major t
rs, 2000. Ricks Salvage, 964-5184. benefit Send resume to Bradford- medical & dental benefits.
"r Itpd 128DOORS Union Guidance Clinic, Attn Terry LOST-LEMON AND WHITE WALKER
Must have in retail
.WINDOWS some lumber, used Stradomskl P.O. Box 399 Starke, Fla. FEMALE. Last seen' East of Starka. experience TRAIN
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metal ports bin, electric boxes and 32091 EOE. 1/28 2tchg 2/4 964.8375. Itpd 1/28 credit and able to travel TOBEAPROFESSIONAL
misc. Item Rick Salvage, 964-5184. $30 REWARD) For Information leading to No.Cen. Florida area. Call for

Itpd 1/28' REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $193.'Coll return of silverware, cassette player, 2 appointment. Clint Hall Train 10 be a
3 PEKINESE PUPPIES 9 week old Had 1-733-4040. North Florida Real Estate Watches and ring. Coll Starka Pllce SECRETARY
first hot. $100 each. 9645961. Itpd College. 7/3Otfn Dept, 9646029.. Itpd 1/28 mana er,3284638OWNER --SEC/RECEPTIONIST TRAVEL AGENT'TOUR

1/28 AVON REPRESENTATIVE needed full. GUIDE
EXEC.SECRETARY
LIVING ROOM SUITE Couch love seat 2end
table, coffee table and chair. time or part-lime. Unlimited oppor Start full ] AIRLINERESERVATIONIST
tunities. For more information call TRANSFERRED MUST SELL! locally time/port time
.Brown and rust, good condition. V.ry: Ramona 7823068. 1/28 4tchg 2/18 L.arn word processing and! ,
reasonably priced. 473-2710 ,after 5 R.N. FULL TIME OPENINGS Excellentbenefits. :3 BR 2 BA on one acre between Keystone and related secretarial' skills. Home I
p.m. HjrofW ,..IP PTO program. Apply to.Personnel (Study and Resident Training. Nat 11 Start locally tull-tima/part-tirne, !trauj
at Lake Butler Hospital ft Hand Starke. Living, dining, family & Ig. Inside utility room. 'quarters, I.H.P., Fl. on live airline computer, Home.

Surgery Center Rd. 121 ft 100. lake Fireplace w/black bart Insert, 4 ceiling fans, stove, e FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLEleFINANCUUMDMAIUEU/ study and resident !training
Butler. Fla. 32054. "h. 496-2323 EOE. I I Ie 1' Financial aid available: Jobplacement
1/7 4tchg 128GOVERNMENT refrlg., dishwasher, rods & drapes remain. Partially JOB PLACEMENT AUOTANCI
assistance. National
JOBS I3.400-$72,50O fenced, new pool, 2-car attached carport, gardenarea I
Point Ft
CommercialBuilding 1-800-432-3004 headquarters lighthouse ,
Now hiring. Excellent Benefits. Coll
5O4-649-7922 ext J9579. 1/14 4tchg screened front porch, separate workshop .THE HART SCHOOL J A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL

2/4 new central heat & air unit. (heat pump). Reduced --, 1-800-432-3004
PROGRAM DIRECTOR Develop and r.'rri"
to 4200000. AeOOdIIOd Member N IS C'
coordinate program In a (.h.lt.redwork
in Starke setting. B.S. In Ed. or Human Service For appointment to see, call 473-9139 or 374-5487.
Related field and 2 yrs.experience .
1725. sq. ft. desired. Start at $15.500 to $18.000.

,$36,000.00 based on qualifications plus quart.rly'' .r a'. .
bonus and great fringe Send resume
9648629after to: Bob Larimer, Director, Sunshine Elixson Wood Products Inc. -1
'dustrles P.O.. Box 509, Starke" Fla. La-Z-Boy

'6:30: pm 32091, phone 964-7699. 1/21 TF Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark I IY FromDENMARK


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Union : fNIS31AIi Of\lEr'; ,
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gaining 3tN ,
Of every million codfish eggs laid about five hatch. Recycling is popularity "
around the country-tut many consumers --

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY don't know(hat their plastic .
FOR SALE ....
soft drink,milk,'juice and water"bottles ;- "
SALERENTLEASEOFFICE can be recycled! ..
STORAGE HOUSESi Need extra Storage 01:0
Communities are finding out that,
space? We have 5x10 and 10x10 miniwarehouses .'"
'WAREHOUSE
AND "ACIlocat.d
Hale and Associates' 'recycling plastic bottles and other ,
in Union County Tim.sbuilding. 496-393. tfnchrg. 1/7 Fashion Stop I materials can reduce costs for wastedisposal "! "
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Call for Information, .
FRUIT PLANTS AT MARTIN'S FRUIT FARM ?. as,well as conserve valuable .,
4962261. tfn. :-:0:;' ".
Bare root apples. pears, peaches,, resources. I. ,
plums, nectarines and figs $2.73. Container ', '
Entrepreneurs, too, are making
WANTED grown apples, pears, peaches, 1 their mark in the growing plastics, ', ., .r'i
t .
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and nectarines $5. Blueberries $2, tl ,
the many'products !
recycling business.'Among
,l WANT TO BUY A TRACTOR Cash paid' grapes $3 Japanese persimmons $12. i
bottles,
made from
plastic -
Ft. White 497-2621. Closed Sundays -
for one;3000 Ford 135 F.rguson or '
John Deere. Call 'frank Rlgdon at 1/7 4tchg. 128.LAND. ,'are:
4963894. ,1/28 :21ch8. 2/4 Fiberfilt-Sofi drink bottles can
be reprocessed into fiberfill for out-'
INSURANCEMAINES FOR SALE door clothing and equipment. Five

2-liter bottles make enough fiberfill
;rto'
INSURANCE AGENCY.: 25 E. ,1.'-' ACRE PARCELS 160 acre form, for an insulated vest; 36 bottles can "
Main Street Lake Butler 496-3978. would make 'nice "horse farm low fill a sleeping bag. The bottles can
Complete Insurance Service, 4/10 Hn ''down payment owner financed. Ap- even be processed into polyester Industrial'paints-:Soft drink bottles
'1/2 road with 2
prox. ocr. paved into
are being reprocessed a poly
fabric for windbreakera
/ bedroom mobile home on SR18. Hale
HELP WANTED. and Associates' 4963939. tfn/chg. Plastic lumber-Milk bottles can ester-based industrial coating.

12/31 be recycled into plastic lumber,whichcan Fuel GET PAID for.r.ading book.I $100. per 'LOTS FOR SALE Mobile homes okay be molded into lengths suitable consumers and' industries can be'
title. Writ. ACE-B710. 161 5. tin- Utility Pole and owner financing'
: for outdoor uses from park benches
made into high fuel value pelletsfor
colnwoy. 'N. Aurora? II. 605<42. 1/14 availabl. Call 753-4162. 111<1, 4tchg.
4tcha 2/4 ,2f /" to boat docks. use in furnaces and Incinerator*

GOOD ptOPLI GOOD PAY GOOD ,f I, Garden aa.'e88Ories-Hanging: plas- Recycling bins --Many people) 80fttheir
BENEFITS Come In and talk with us.: FOUND l d .r ,. '4 'I tic pots for your: patio or porch, large recyclables, into bins
storage
take 8utl.r Apparel, 650 S.E. 2nd planters for landscaping,even
f Street, take Butler, 4963601. tfn/chg 0' I lumber for garden terraces-all can made from recycled plastic,bottles!'

t/1 LOST Family dog, Siberian husky, two be made from recycled bottles!' Research on more uses for recycled
SUPERVISOR Diitribullon center, detail tone brown, one blue.eye and one
oriented accurate. Oll.r2 weeks paid 'brown eye. No collar. Answers1, to Parking lot CJ'CeSBOries-Signposts. plastic bottles is being conductedat
Vacation, Insurance plan, 4 paid name of Eric., REWARD Please ,'call fences and wheel blocks in parking the Center for Plastics Recycling
.holidays'' profit sharing. Apply In per' 496-3726 or 496-3603 Itfr. 1/28 '. w.rk spaces can be made from recycled, Research at Rutgers University'inNew :
son at Lake Butler Apparel, 650 S.E, -- y waste plastic. ,Jersey.
2nd. Street Lake Butler. Experience HOMES z'Atr
helpful but not required, we will train V '
"96.3601dfn/chg.1/21 "
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!FEDERAL. STATE t CIVIL SERVICE jobs. 'GOVERNMENT HOMES from, $1. (U' A cut up starfish will regrow Into several' starfish,
$12.646 to $57.891/yeor now hiring! repair). Dellnguent. tax' property.
Call JOB LINE 0(518)439-3611( ) ext. Repossessions. Call 1(803)687-6000( ) '
F3339O for Information/24 hour. 1/28 Ext. GH-1136, 'for current repo list tr
3tpd. 2/11 12/178tpd. 24MOBILE I \ H
EASY WORK Excellent payl Assemble sr.-
products at home. Call for information. .
1(304)641-8003( ) ext. A8401., 1/28 Itpd. HOMES, i
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: FOR SALE 1 m o
FOR RENT I "

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DOUBLEWIDE JS'xW''Three bedroom 2
.OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE both, den, living room. Central' heat Model of the Week
located In Union County Times Building lock hold as many as a million possible
and air' Set up at RMC. Take overpayments. The avenge combination may .
,at more 150 Information West MaIne tfn Call 496-2261. ,", ,for Call 496-3S79,' Itpd.,1/28 Michelle Is ready for an evening out wearing a combinations. '

'CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely fur., NOTICE ''designer,dress by GuccinL:.Button front cape
,
nished/all .Iectrlc,'c.ntral heat and
air, private paved rood., laundry and 'effect accented! at the waist with leather belt{,

park playground. Near schools* hasp,4slate CLASIFIEDADVERTISING should be submltted -, LAKE 'APARTMENTS
facilities. PINES SR-121, east Lake to the Union County Times of-
Butler, Coil 4962366. Two children flee In writing and paid in advance A
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'mo*.* and no pets' chg/tfn 5/21 Unless credit Is BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on with this off ic.." j; units are spacious with tots of closet space and all have
Main Street In Lake Butler, next door to THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
wall-to-wall 'and kitchen appliances. On-
; draperies
carpeting
Av.ntureland Video Call 496-0077,.. RESPONSIBLE' FOR MISTAKES IN
facilities. Rental. assistance available for qualified
tfn-8/6 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER site laundry ,
12' X 68' THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME THE TELEPHONE. applicants. ,
Ideal for small family, large yard. $173: Classified deadline Is TUESDAY, i for application and information
per month. 496.2842. tfn/chg. 10/8 NOON, to Thursday
publlcotlon.
THKU BEDROOM 2, BATH HOUSE On' Minimum prior charge 15 words for$3.50, 452 N. Temple'Ave Starke (across from" ,high school) Please see us at @
,SRI21 three miles south of Loke Butler .then 15 cents for each word! thereafter.;\ 1005 SW 6th Street
Call,4962179. Itpd. 1/28 Visa/Mastercard/Layaway'/ Lake Buffer FL 32054Or \ ..v.t rtow;.

Monday Saturday 10-6 9 64-5772. Call 496-3141 .'neesr''r ".
3 BEDROOM 1 bath Call evenings:',
4'16.1375,1/28, 2tchg 2/4
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REALTOR Jane S., Usher I had subscribedtothe ,

Your Union County Realtor Bradford
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The You Family'sHunan '.
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: 496-2126, or 496-2903 ,County Telegraph. ..

'360 W. Main St.. Lake Butler Yes I'd like the,Bradford"County'

'Telegraph : .

.02.$TORY NEAR LAKE...'Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 both horn*|Usf 1V4'block delivered via mail each

from large 'lake. Horn newly decorated-. Immaculate. A real show place., "week for the next 52
Must see Interior to appreciate qwner's personal touch In new decor. 2
i 'special:: features (In home is sun porch upstairs and enclosed with old .w eks.. Enclosed please''
fashion type windows*, unique*Also an all oak both upstairs fo SEE Is to
BUY1! Best buy.In town'. Some financing available to qualified buyer.' '4 find a check In the

oS ACRES WITH CUSTOM COUNTRY HOME: Lovely country setting surrounds -, amount of $12., (local I
this 3 bedroom 2 both home with stone fireplace. Property has allthe 1 residents $13. ''
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essentials' for that perfect RANCHETTE or small-type form operation 'I','' .
Including- larg. born large shop building smokehouse" and best of all a ,',1 ." ,1\-, ; (non-local< subscribers),
fish pond. Land Is partially wooded with room for pasture and/or cropland. ". JI"i'' { ;:!" made out to the'

TODAY EVERYTHING FOR APPOINTMENT YOU ALWAYS WANTED.TO SEEII I BUT WAS AFRAID' TO LOOK)t CAU i);. ,|ii.A'i;; ;. I : Thursday, January 281988 '> \':,': I$4'! I 'Telegraph.

'. ,'' ; I' Daily Lunch Specials. ; ; ,f '
THREE ((3)) MOBILE HOME LOTS AND TWO ((2) MOBILE HOMES 'In town. '': <
Owner: says SELL RIGHT NOW. BEST offer gets them. Owner needs cosh. : ,;; '", ., 7 Days a Week ;' .; ,'\Ifl'f'\ "rq : ; '+, Name
,One home Is 2 bedroom and other Is 3 bedroom that Is partially furnished ",;, "" ,1",.
; / ; Food In The BEST :Town : :
Buy now while owner Is motivated to SELL. y The BEST ,
AddressCity.
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RAlFORD.., Have Id.fo.hlon.dhome on 1/4 acre lot In town, Additional i' '{ OlirChef comes to us from New York's China Town" 1fi ';' .t,
lots available adjoining. Need T-L-C.Would also make great rental home,
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,5 minutes to work for prison employees, Owner motivated to sell now, so .: '"' i iI State, ., I '
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Zip
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don't pass this one up ,., 'f,I Mon. Thurs., 11:30-9:30: : ". .,'" ,;,:'h: .{: 1"
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HAVI MANY SMALL ACRI TRACTS available In Union County with owner "I'tt',, '
financing .t ',' Frf,. Sat. 11:30: -10:00: '-: :, !,, Mail tow "
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11:30-9':30Buffet ,
r' Sunday : ,
Telegraph Subscription .
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Also have homes Ideal to purchase for rental property. Lake Butler '

has many rentals but needs many more. ,.GOOD INVESTMENTI! -.- I" Dept. ?, ,
f Formerly Lees Restaurant
PO Drawer'AStarke
'For these properties and many more; call: ,0
1900 Temple Ave.
Jane S. Usher ( I, .. Florida' .32091 -

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I bituaries .. Troopers' Continue License! Vehicle Inspections I

..Bradford County
The Florida Highway Patrol will, who would violate the driver license

Mr. John A.AndrewsMr Robert T. Johnstone; daughter,. and Lynn Graziano of Gainesville; Card of ThanksOur vehicle be conducting driver license dur-and laws of Florida,
Josephine Johnstone of Gainesville; two sons, Philip M Seigler. Jr.of inspection checkpoints
ing the week of Jan. 29 Feb., The Patrol has found these check-
Robert T. Johnstone, 11 of through
son, would like to
Jacksonville and William Bart 'Biily'c
expressour
John Arthur Andrew, 72, ot family 4 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230. SR-18, points to be an effective means!of enforcing
of
,Ga. brother CJ. Jones ,
Butler for their
Sr. of Gainesville
; her to
Sarasota Seigler ; thanks everyone CR-21B
died January 19 at SR-18 CR.U" CR-16, and driver
the equipment
t Austin,Tx.; sister, Bernice Mills of and Mrs. Earl L. and
Sarasota Memorial follow parents, thoughtfulness,concern prayers
Hospital CR-22S, CR-12S, CR-229, CR-231, license laws of Florida while insurIng
ing a brief illness. Fernandina Beach; and four grand Jowers of Melrose; two brothers: ,during the loss of our loved one. CR-227. CR-221,CR-230 and CR100Ain the protection of all motorists.
Born in Ratford, Mr. Andrews liv- ,children. Jerry Jower of Melrose and Mike We would also like to give special Bradford\ County.Recognizing .
ed most of his We In Sarasota. He Funeral services will be held Jower of Keystone Heights ,and thanks to Dr. Pete Gianas and Mr."
was in the awning business until his Thursday Jan.; 28 at 11 a.m. in seven grandchildren. Archie Tanner and associates. the'danger presentedto Union County'
Hawthorne First Baptist Church Funeral services were held at 11 The Family
retirement. He was a member of the Florida Patrol wilt
defective vehicle The Highway
the ,
First Baptist Church of Lake Butler, with Rev. Robert Carter officiating. a.m., Saturday Jan.23,at Westside JOhnCrewaSr.ard public by will be conducting driver license and
Interment will be in Jones equipment Troopers concen-
Cemeteryof
Baptist Church, Gainesville, with ,
and
was a veteran of World War II. ; trate their efforts vehicles being vehicle inspection checkpoints during
Callahan under the direction of on
Survivors include his mother Rev. Gary Crawford officiating. with defects such as bad the week of Jan 29 through Feb.
Jones Funeral Home of Operated
Mrs. Keystone Burial was at Paran Baptist Church 'Of ThanksWe ( SR-241
Eva Andrews of Lake Butler; 4 on SR-100, SR-121 SR-231, ,
son, f Denver Colorado Hts. Cemetery,Grandin,under the direction CR.1BR.237, CR-229,
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and In ,lieu of flowers, contributions of Williams-Thomas Funeral would like, to express our brakes, worn tires and defective' SR-238.,
three G1 CR-
: Jane Andrews .. heartfelt thanks all relatives addition at. CR-12S, CR-231A. CR-24A and
Alice ,may be made to First Baptist Home of Gainesville. to our lighting equipment. In '
both of Denver and
Ann Andrews s of Hawaii and six Church Building Fund, P. 'O.. Box friends and neighbors for all their tention will_be.chrected-1O drivers. 796A in Union County.
; help, love.and words of .
280, Hawthorne, Fla,32640. sympathy
grandchildren. Card of ThanksMy shown to us during the bereavementof
Memorial funeral services will be
Mrs. Alice Kelly our loved one, Harry C."Cflarhe"Waters
held Saturday morning at 11 a.m.in family would like to thank
the Chapel of Archer Funeral Home Mrs. Alice Marie Driggers Kelly everyone for the food, flowers acts 12. ,'who passed away January
,of.Xake Butler with Rev. Melvin of Gainesville, formerly of Starke. of kindness and prayers, during the Words Stephen F. Smith
Owen officiating. Burial will be held'at died Friday at North Fla. Regional loss, of my husband, James Lovett. preciation cannot for all the express and our love ap- .
a later date Medical Center. Mrs. Kelly was born Mrs.Joy Lovett caring
,
you bestowed upon us. For all the Sawmill and LumberyardLow
in Providence and moved to Lake
Miss Ashlee Box good food, beautiful flowers,cards,
Butler at an early age.
etc.. we thank you. prices for quality.wood
,
Mrs. was the daughter of the
Kelly
Miss Ashlee Lorene Box, 12 days Card Of ThanksThe Also to sherrill Guerry Funeral
late Lonnie and AUie the
old died January 21 at Shands Driers brig : Directors for your kindness and help 7 miles S. of Starke 0 -Hwy30
sister of the late
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville. family ,of ,John 'Elliott shown to us at this time, with our, .
and Hilah D. Dukes, all of Lake '
Survivors include her parents, gers Clemons wishes to express our hearts we love you all and thank you. 468-2624
Cednck and Lori Box of Worthington Butler.She homemaker and heartfelt thanks for, the food, ,May God bless you everyone.
; was a a
Springs paternal grandparents, flowers, and sympathy>
member of several community
Mr. and Mrs. AC. Box of Lake groups, including Daughters of the A special thanks to Doyle Archer Dianna Waters, 'wife; Chuck and FULLY RESTOCKED
Butler; maternal grandparents, Mr. Confederacy, the Starke Woman's Funeral Home and the pall-bearers Cpl. Damiel A. Waters, sons; Cindy
Reverse Board Plywood
' and Mrs Colson Rimes and Mr.Pete Club, the, Bradford Hospital 'Auxiliary and Faith Baptist Church for ailyour Waters,daughter-in-law; Mabel and TI-11: Batting ,
Hicks, all of Worthington Springs; and a member of North Central support at our time of grief at Frazier Hodges, Parents; Inez Hardwoods Pressure Treated
paternal greatgrandparents, Mr. Baptist Church. the loss of our loved one. Brumson, mother-in-law and
and Mrs. Johnnie Arnold of Lake Survivors Include a, Theresa ,Yarbrough, grandmother- Dressed Pine CUSTOM SAWING
,Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Box Kathryn K. deughteri The 'family. of John'' Elliott in-law. -

of Lake City.Graveside. Gainesville' three sons,,Robert L.: ,Clemons. =-
funeral services were and Ronald J. Kelly both of
held Monday'' morning in Old Providence Gainesville and Roger A. Kelly of
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with R..v. PR n"'ft "'" ".a Do !d n".a -
xyi laiiuut i/iwii *, na &>iigKd9
officiating. f h rFWi'e i '
Lawson of Lake Butler; sister Rosin McNabb
., ,Home of Lake Butler was in charge of Lake Butler eight grandchildrenand
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E. of arrangements .
one great-granddaughter. a
; I
FLEETWOOD
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,: Funeral services were held Monday .': '
Mrs. Gertrude ,' Jan. 25 at Williams-Thomas, ',,''tI,,.,.' ,: I '
fl' Hagglund Chapel of the Chimes in Gainesville,
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;'', ", Mrs.Gertrude Johanna Hagglund, with Lake,burial Butler.in Dekle, Cemetery of : \' ;}!, :: ; 'y 24x52; 3BR, 2BA rv ;

79, of Melrose, died Sunday, Jan. 24 P' c eAJ' '
in Bradford Hospital oof Starke &. ?i- Furnished CH/A ,'<* 'Y be"
Barbara J. 1 Fireplace' C(" leI'V
following a lengthy illness. SieglerMrs. c cif
Born April 16, 1908 in Chicago, Illinois -. Barbara J."'Seigler,, 44, of fi Plus much. much more', e.ll2$
'Mrs. Hagglund moved to Gainesville, died Wednesday, Jan. ,
,, Melrose in 1948. She was a member 20,. 1988, in North Florida, Regional \
of Melrose United Methodist Hospital., $19,950 I 'or ,$181 I monthlyDelivery :
Church past president of Melrose Born in Blackville South ;
,Methodist Women, past president of Carolina, Mrs. Seigler moved to the, '
,Melrose) Woman's Club, and active Melrose area five years ago. She ( Set-up' Included) '
in church and community affairs. was a Unit Secretary for Alachua '
Survivors include her daughter,' General Hospital Gainesville and Factory Direct Means Wholesale Prices only ad!
Dolores Jones of Jacksonville; six was a member of Westside Baptist
'sons, William of Chicago, Melvin of Church. ,
Bellevue, Neb., Carl of Keystone Survivors' include her' husband,
," Hts., Roy, Morris and Gene all of Philip M, Seigler of Gainesville; two I ,
,, r LaPorte, Ind.; two sisters Ruth daughters Debt Sexton-of EarJton 'c'
Sibilla of Glendale, Calif, and '
'; I'" Mildred Parks of San Mateo,Fia; 21 :

'". grandchildren.grandchildren and 17 great. 'E-Z WHEELS ((904)) 752-8627 p
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\ ,Wednesday Funeral services Jan. 27 'were in Melrose held 1320 N,TEMPLE AVE. STARKE Hwy #1N. (Between 1-10 & US 90)) Lake,City, Florida ,

United Methodist Church with Rev.'
'Jaynie Nell Hickman, Revs Alfred 964-7783
Vaught and Rev. Jimmy Coyle officiating -

";' ,:, Cemetery. Interment of Melrose was under in Eliajn the...."- T.TBuyHere.Pay Here ,, !! Is i ::fi O:L '% !!1't

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:!;'/ Mrs. Margaret 1977 Cougar
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62, of Melrose, died Monday,Jan. 25 1978 Thunderbird t
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at her residence following a lengthy. Deluxe Int. All Options .
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1925 in Callahan,. :; ; ,:: '
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