Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01844
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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tam. eralurra In the high lO's: Sunday mOI'fllng, Jal'l. t. and highs In Th. Soclol Sc.n., . . ,5.6A + :
the low 60's. .l'ubllcNotlc... . . . ; ,M' ,. ? ii 1

Th'' front passing through/ the area last night and this morning, Sports? . .7AThursday ; a

1)ec..29, bringing\ the drastic change in our weather, will
be replaced by another front how moving cross the plains from the SECTION II 12 Pag.s

norlllwt't! Only !;lightly warmer tempetnturisandaslight chance Drlv., 10' the Stars. . ''Iuf

/ohwerwill! he l1tIed: Saturday between: the fronts, with f1 Clm. N.wr: . .sevlight
Chance: for some showers Saturday Ar.e o.aths? ,68

SunrIse today, ThurKday 'w s tit 7 24 und sunset will beat 5:38, Wont Ads, ,7.Is
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0 t tfl. Harmony Restored jn County Zoning Department. ? I IMs

Janet Turner has resumed her duties at municating about their differences und superior officer IO'Nt'a/ being ruIllo senior' county employee in' the zoning offi'e',

L :'NotttiqUsed the Bradford County ,Zoning Office ,in the '''rlstrucluring the office. O'NeaL says that 'he- the public. The"formal Complaint stated that having worked under the late zoning director

Starke city hall Is hO longer pursuing any formal disciplinary' Ms. Turner was sU ('nded for 10 days without .LM. G rnes. Turner Is acknowledged as the

11'1 fact, she never'' left "No comment," she action concerning Ms Turner,, pay, effective Dee 14, and demoted) her from more knowledgable county employee on zone
said, when asked about her suspension\ by The/ Last week Ms.. Turner who has 14 years of( assistant zoning director to secretary.. log rules and regulations,

Trees... Telegraph at the Tuesday night, Dec 2:7, experience as 8 county employee, ''disclosed ,however. Ms. Turner and: lJil.ectc'I\'IIlJal\' ,, Ms. Turner wa an applicant for the zoning
Bradford\ Zoning Board meeting ,that when she came to work ,lJl'C 14 Director were working together as a team Tuesday di1"l'ctor's job when O'Neal was appointed to,
'l'he Boy Scouts of America 'will Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal has stated O'Neal handed her a formal nullcl'hur i.J1 night/ and communicating with each either IfI head both the county'\' Zoning Department

be collet'ting "ulled" Chrlstmas 'that he and Ms. Turner have\! been' C\1m. her with being ul1c04'lwrulive ,with herr apparently good form. l\hI 'rurnlJr is i the and the Solid Waste!:! Program;
trees In several: locations after
Dt'ct'mher 25. .
Please don't burn your,old tree, ," Landfill

rJf."pOlit it ..n'one of,the convenient I'

tollOVtion cehtelI! sites to Iw an- "

nOtJIl1'l-'dJatt'r. "
The trees will be used In the nay Problems

.Iionally recognized/ Northeast

Florida' Beach Dyne\ RestoralionL'.rbjeet

; Are Cited

Class of '69.. "

The BIIS Class of, 1169 is planning Bradford County Programs Dlrec

,n reunion in a special meeting: Sun tar Darrell O'Neal reported ''he

day, ;Jan, 8. dt' Kelly's Night f.imil received "nasty.gr.am" from DEI

in La\tey, 7 p.m. 'Department of EnyirQnmehtal

'or more Inform lion'call Billbo,, ) Regulation outlining a number of
at.762'.3130, Infractions m the operation of the
'i" main landfill on SR-100S.

Crime Watch... "r" O'Neal said the inspectors came at
AU concerned citizens are asked' f!' '' lR al'l unfortunate time recently, following .
a hard rain, in which there was
to participate i/l' a 7 p m. Jan. ]2'a\i
some erosion, some leakage, ,and
Thursday) meeting jn the Starke city
hall when the Starke Police 'lack ''of,dirt covering- garbage"'An
breakdown hud
Department will provide infOrmd- equipment
the garbage
: prevented, covering !
tlon (0 t'5tablisl'1'a crime Watch '
with dirt,, as required by' DERregulations. '
Program:( throughout the\'IY! ', S3VS- ,
Chief Bill Rene' lAt$ .
Joe Riddick said
"Jr eVt'.ybQdy's. concerned aloud commissioner
crime in the City, th'n ,they need to ,te'r'n dome of the problems are the result

participate, rt's gOlnlt.to be of con. ; of poor engineering\ decisions and
tern to everybody" says Chief 4 4 tea elui the county needs' to replace
Hetto Engineer Glen Williams
That"sentiment, was echoed by
Year', O'Neal.'who) remarked,,'''Williamsdoes :
New Closings.. not have the respect of DER"'

Since nday''jj New''Year's'Daya O'Neal said a competent engineer

the following establishments and ;;will cost the ('QuntyID5OOOO, a sum

,offict's will be closed for the hoh that seemed to surprise, ome com-

day Monday, Jan 2: Bradford\, ;L: l t 'u, A, M1dr'7FRr' f,i d'f' ,,,, missioners. ,No formal actIOn was'
'ourthouse, Starke City flail, nAa' ry<, pf } i \,k ; + taken but it was agreed to seek 'ap.:

Florida National at Starke 4 ''u' i""lriba'n"t'k' ,, .plications for.the position,

Florida ,Fcdcra[.''at\d\ '"the USI'ost 5 11.A1Starke ''The commissioners agreed with ''
,Office. ," O'Neal's suggestion that he write to'
( Showcase.
,. '
};ckerds llardees.'arid / ',
\\'ll1n-Dixie; < DELI requesting additional time 11)
the Western Steer Steak Iluyse.will I, ( \ David llarley steps ocr the porch ur his new hOllle still under ,'un"lru'('? Douglas : '1"" new deelujnniml: : ha' lug,' n lots. nn n, ti'acre site-. get the landfill In ?tcompliance
: : :
be open MondaysThe'Communily .lion In Douglas Estates, Just off SH.li north, within the Stll'ke city limits I ; fronting on It"ar (toad just north of (7rrrn.tcres.l Itypuwer. and M'.r'lIarlt'y because or a change in personnel,
State hank willbe The 2:100: sq, feet stone cedar: and cypress home i is h..11I1 built hy Bud- Is avaih'hlt'.to homes to he. built there, and offer schedule for the county to
closed Saturday 0"c.,31. and' Contra tor.. far his son David and wife Trl".ie and daujht..r,, meet PER', standards '

Monday'Jan., ::1. r ,The county''' landfill 'Is currently

Exercise... .?' \, Local Builders Optimistic; Work Lined Up operating order, It does under not a meet DER DER consent stan'dards .

I but DER is allowing the coun,
'F.xertlSe Masses! ;;, morning; and' ...
evening: will resume Tuesday Jan.. I think lt'willbe: pretty finish:' he says, ty to use the landfill until the proposed -
Additions last year
3, at the Stdrke Recreation, Depart.melt. Well over $18 million dollars were totaled remodeling electric tablet Interest rates are inching "The people we buy from tell me 3-county joint landfill operation'
I spent In the county this year for lions $1.842,580 and l materials that becomes a reality, which may not be'
hold construction they are
for the construction'amounted again and may .
For mo..e. inforlTjation,.call the building' construction and housing, installations up but, where' it is now, he'' !:says tover' before/' Griffis said lie also until 1990. "
from the Brad- to $47,8lX a 'The has installed test wells
according figures county
Itec are,1' will want a slightly
Dept. 61-67,12. "'About half of ,our customers 'anticipates buyer!!
Local bUilding contractorsarO it is
,ford County Zoning Ornce. optimistiC bigger house next 'Y4'ar: '. The .at the landfill at DER order
in from other.arelis
Fees paid to the BUilding Depart- for the coming year saying paying cash coming home he' will bUild next not pined as Is reqUIred today,
the sale
,Applicants Need'ed. .,' anent for permits Issued during 19118 that the Industry is "looking pretty and using money" average he predicts, will tic 'about 1,6UO
homes year (
amounted to $60,780. Total value of 'good. Warren Stevenson of Stevenson of existing Road .
The Division, Vocational Construction "I' Election year Is,, over and people, square feet. Toll /Stand. .
r( HE-habilitation or the Department of 'constructi was 18312300. Company says who awaiting the outcome can About half his conttact ar clln'venllonal -, Jim Bloodworth 'a resident of
About one third of the construction.was haVe a siC month!:! work load ahead,, ''
Labor and Employmeznt Scur'1tY' relax_ there was no change In mortgu.lge und hal Country Club Estates came again
of in now
commercial, totalling $6.502,400 of me. I had a combination jobs
of the State of Florida the home Farm Home Administration 'sub.Isidlzed before the board to discuss the pro-,,
needyap" ,for the year. The value of singlefamily' '19118-1 did more commercial work, party In the Whltehouleso ,, houses'in '
builds ,
ph'ants", he Juans. Grlffi} toll road bltweenJacksonvlll
than ,"'' Stevenson construction business 'may even. posed
dwellings permitted in 1988'amounted this average
''bo 'ou know that be'; year says BnldforcC.lt1YJunion\ and part of and Tampa.
you last
) may tll; less than one third, or' docs light commercial construction, a little better, than yeari'
said commissioners
eligible for vocational rehahihla Duval counties.The' Bloodworth in
,574,350.: and mobile homes:., ac and scale residences within, Blzler:
DalewOOtl subdivision. north have taken
lion in affected counties
Services Grims the other
,Mike managing
'counted for+ $2.922,260 of the tota 1- bout a 25 mile radius of Starke.
You havea physlctll' mentpi'oremotjonal ; 'Grifis' ( Construction COI In Starke,. is on SR-16and east, has been finished! firm positions regarding the propos
S Together,,, single family dwellings Cleremont Bizier vicepl''siden.t'of
disahihtyt; and also optimistic for the future "We and a new area fronting; on SH-16 il! ed road.and. asked Bradford Commissioners -
land mobile homes accounted for'just Longchamp Homes, is II bit more/ .
\ our disabilIty preventsy'ou! he have' about a dozen houses ,to start, ready for c\lnsltuchon\ to start, Grif.fls to do likewise hopefully
under half the construction for the cautious saying, that expects
from getting 01' keeping a job amt nine to against the road in toto
; year"Or $8,496,611) building .0 "be about the same as and are row working on says ;
There is, a good chance after

erylces receiving For more you vocational information will geL rehabilitation a job; call' Developers' Can .Apply for After'the-Fact/, Permit': for Illegal, ,Fill .

'004-2037.. or go hy the office at 1250.

Andrews Circle.'Shute p, Starke, An ll.year battle fled; anew this the five acres tit wetlands Involved, Keystone /-Ie'ights"who/ at 'an be+ SFP,'the', Lake Dwellers.and DNH to ,vironment locations",.. ; We've'where identlfied.11 it \ ,
Fe Lake'Dwellers work''on 'a ,new Conservation '01' specifiC appears
Office hours with Santa
are 8 11',01. to 5 pm: the''' tober meeting
week over the illegal placement of at the SFP site, but not including favored demanding SFP dinance that would protect Santa Fe'Lake that wetlands have been filled, trees

MondayFridayrUpcoming. 5,000 cubic yards of fill dirt at Santa 1.3 acres of suomerged' lands under to submit. plat within 30 days for and be applicable to all proper; bulldozed, vegetation destroyed,
Fe. Pass, an extlnsive' proposed jurisdiction or DNR. of owners beaches and boat ramps built andother'
all fill in the 1.3 acres ty :
... development on five acres of' environmentalti -: Harold Hill, president of the Santa removing land'under its jurisdiction LaCoe; an origInal member Of'SFP 'improvements', made"'. '
+' sensitive land where Fe Lak ',, Dweller ,'' Association ex;, sovereign In other lellers to Alachua County
natural who later withdrew from the,
Public ,meetings schedut'[ \ In the Big and Little Santa Fe Lakes are pressed surprise'and' dismay pL and for restoring Corporation, bitterly,, attacked Rt'p zoning officials, LaCoe asked that
wetJands to
In thel Up
coming weeks are: joined by a narrow neck of water DNR's action, saying that the Cir 'vegetation all deadlines Sid Martin of Hawthorne, who has county ordinance No $7.19, relating
SFP has Ignored
-Shlrke Zoning Board meeting The flame was sparked by' a suit Court, an appeals court..and an now ''be applied
for{ has supported the fill removal, and also to filling or digging :
CI of the fill and
Thursday'De' (c 29. et 7 p.m.. rn December'8 meeting at which the administrative hearing had all confirmed set removal evenhandedlyacross Alachua
Sf> Lake Dwellers association president
out :
submitted for carrying
not plan
tylIal1.The Department of Natural Resources Alachua County's right to enforce Harold Hill, who he refers to as County, and''on Lake Santa Fespecifically"
Commission ot Starke this order.
City. the
decided to ordinance to compel
and its
shifted ,
meets at 7:30: p Tuesday\ Jan. ii, allow SI"P developers to apply for an removal or all fill dirt placed Illegally I. Norm LaCoe, attorney for SFP, "an environmental, bigot". In[ LaCoe a recent "
letter 'to
ilt city hall. "The ex- who called and chaired a' recent Rep l\1artinh ,
after-the-fact permit for a paved In wetland art'as. people SFP Application
'It at two
which' wrote: seems
The Board of Adjustment ot and boat illegally bUilt on DNR to help enforce this ordinance meeting in Gainesville to .
road ramp poet live Lake Santa Code Eii
The County
not invited, has kinds of people on Alachua
Lake Dwellers
Bradford County meets at 7 pm. 01 n were
state-ownld land and the granting
a small parcel of to Those who forcement officer said Wednesday In
of Fe, or want can pay$75OOOUp
Wednesday Jan. 4, to decide asked for retroactive application
whether the metal frame under Ii which Is under the jurisdiction of retroactive permit to developers actually Ordinance 87.9 to include past fill for a lot, which Includes 'order to resolve the present
DNR who disregard the law would friends, and those who can't, 'stalemate on the disputed fill. the
in Seminole \Ridge work by property your
modular home performed private
'The action was taken despite court be. in effect, rewarding them for which includes mine," '.SFP developers need to apply for an
be removld. See story In this owners on Santa Fe fake;charging
,must Alachua had the the law Hill said.It .
rulings that County breaking in violation He added : "We've already after-the-fact permit for the Illegally
that of them were
f'huon.The right to enforce its Ordinance 81.19 remained unclear this week why many documented the, l1ypocri.iY; of the placed fill. 'Werequested 1'tJihonal!
Commis- is
Bradford County the of the same rules that SFP being
banning the placement of flU dirt In DNR changed its position from of the Lake Dwellers
sion meets at 9:30: a.m. Monday. DNR' subjected to. leadership 'see home Dispute.p,3u
all of the county's wetlands without one seemingly ,held, by of Association in 'protectin the en-
Jan 9, meeting room in tour.thuuse a perm t. This would apply to all of Secretary Tom G rdner. formerly of LaCoe had proposed a meeting
The courthouse,will be closed -

-Monday The Jan.Bradford 2 meeting, the board's School day. regular Board first Controversy Develops Over Modular Home in Seminole Ridge. .

7 Monday Jal\ 9, for
meets at >.01 "
the first bf \Its two monthly A 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan 4; said he and Zoning Administrator .I',:+ ..'t ", r".. j' .. \ ''
(meetings The second school board ,special meeting of the Board of Ad- Janet Turner interpreted the defani- ok ;j.: I\. ;,

meeting Is set for Jan: 30, since the justment of Bradford County is set lion 01 a modular home to mean it. :' '?- '....;, :_-:4'HTi: :
because of modular home erected to be regular house founda.tion. ;4tti..."' ; I ,
board will be at a state meeting the a has on a ,
fourth Tuesday. in Seminole Ridge on Santa Fe Lake I' ...- '1f't
in SE Bradford just oft Stoughton said the metal frame '
.LlIowtey City Commission meets County, p i-
at 7:30: p.m. Monday, Jan. 9, in city SR-21. strengthens the homehand It will hide begklrted : hall. The.meeting was postponed 8, Unable to make a decision on with will L
'week because of the New Year holi. whether a steel frame under the the steel frame. Stoughton said it 111111
modular home can stay In or must would cost $2,500 to remove the -1 1111 usII.

day-Brooker Council meets at 7:30p.m :; come out, three members 01 the metal trame already lnstalled and to

TUE.8day Jan. 10. in city hall. Board of Adjustment, Morris Start put In a concrete foundation. The .

.lIampton Council meets at 7p.m. 'ing Dick Graham and Pete home is mounted on concrete piers. .,.. ,f."."",,,..,
Tuesday;Jan 10. in city hall. Schosser. tabled the matter' until The change would be for appearance'or -1. .
-Next meeting of the New River the Jan. 4 meeting. They want all esthetics; and would not- + :
five members of the' Board of Add the construction.
Solid Waste Association is set at 7p.m. ,strenghten .
justment to be present for the decision. Stoughton agreed to skirt any
Tuesday, Jan.' 10, in the Union. 3
County courthouse in Lake Butler: .' ('hairman Mark Hardenbrook' future modular homes lie pleaded .L. y Vi ,. :Np M wf. nN'MUrMrlri

,-Crime Watch organizational and Robert Scott were not present Ignorance to the Bradford' County-

meeting: 7 p.m,Thursday;Jan t2,; Tuesday ni ht. h:1l1. All concerned The decisIOn was whether or not to Stoughton
Star.e) city
citizens urged to attend. require Spectrum tomes, owned by that state law allows modular homes Residents of Seminole Ridge on the rut side 01 SonIa whether the steel frame must tome out from under the

Bradford County Economic Bill Stoughton of Deland, to remove to be built In any subdivision. f'e Lake near Melrose, but still In Bradford ('manty, modular home above. In the back yard. 01 Tom
Development Corporation will hold the steel frame from under the Modular home cannot be zoned would like to keep homes which look like mobile homes O"bourne. The developer says it'll cost U,500and won't
its board meeting Thul"dar:. Jan., modular home on the properlY of of any subdivision, Zoning. out 01 the community nut IItate'' law lays miHtular make the house any s1ronger. County lOlling rules say
19. at 5 p.m., in Santa Fe Community Tom Osbourne I" Seminole Ihdge, O'Neal said members homes with a seal 01 approval from the Department 01 a lllooular home must be assembled on the IUe This
College Conference Room. The home is in!, the back of the lot of Board of Adjustment Community Affairs can" be zoned out.Th... controversy one was hauled In complete on a steel from like a'
Osbourne ans for hl; parNIIt.: hated to see Stoughton go to an before the Bradford Board of Adjustment hi over mobile home,

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The commissioners approved the' equipment. It is 'represented in,
county zoning board's recommendation Bradford County by Wayne Wynn. a
to rezone 2.3 acres, one mile native of the area,
4 w south of Starke. Wynn was successful! in getting a
.1 e Chairman Wilbur Waters, relin- parcel rezoned: near the south county
quished the chair to ViceChairmanMaxie line earlier in the Fall, but the location
Carter Jr., to hear the request, I was not exactly what he wanted.
,for rezoning a parcel in which his Wynn preferred to be' ,Inside the
wife Kay Waters represented the Starke city limits but,was turned
realtor Outlaw Realty Co.Landowner ''down In his request to'rezone a
--, Edwards Road in October.
John H. Keenan, parcel on
represented by Ms. Waters, sought Wynn said he could have located In
approval to rezone 2.3 acres south of the Industrial Park but preferrednot
Straight A Students... Stark'from OR Open, Rural) to to do so because of the nearby
There: first, second and third grade student{ made straight A'on their report Ylckerv, BoMby Roger.;:Lorraine Curtner, Jessica Baldree,TIn Padgett.' .Will ILW (Light Industrial); to accom- 'radio tower. Wynn said the Dynatest
card for the second six week grading period., Hartley, Hope Paterson and Angela Ray modate the manufacturing of lest 'equipment is' supersensitive to

From left to right: on the front row Ashley Smith, Cracle Warren, Scott lathe rear from left to right Travis Crew'Adrienne Padgett, Carrie equipment by, Dynatest ,radio, waves, Waters asked Clerk
John, Erica Driver, Le'JaM Lennon III, Misty Reed,Chris Lam Aaron Thompson, Heather Jarvis, Brand lon, Morris Mahoney, Dlptl Patel, business Dynatest as operates road and a airport world-wide consultants Gib Commissioner Brown to a conflict of
TeUtone, Aaron Woodfin, Dana Milner, Unitary Sheffield, Meri Ann &.., Benjamin Murphy, Matt PuMtori. Andy Brown Chris Kinney, Crystal Melvin and, manufactures test :interest form for prepare waters' signature.
Arit.no Tlce Bobby Colcman, Erin Elliot Join Foreman. Phillip Hendrtch, Tiffany Ratllff, Chris Cox Tina Johnson, Kim Pharb and Nicholas Mlxson.
,Amanda Fell, Frances McKenna Trade CoheN and Jerry Cornwall. '
In the second row from left to right< Farah Martin, Rebecca Miller Candy Stephanie. Cunter, Renae Morgan,Adrian Latscu, Raymond Rhoden, Phil
Thomas, Brandon Prevail Mac)' Stephens Morgan Fill Crlstle Cotta.Nancey Bel......Jonle Starling, Chris Willis, Landon Cason and Kristen Wainwright
'Illldebran, Erin Luke, Shltal Patel,Jason Prevatt, Jenifer Rowntree,Catherine ,were absent.'

Ricky Bennett Running for Police Chief "" 1g 98

Richard (Ricky) Bennett, 'the 'from Santa Fe Community CollegeLaw to writing arrest reports police officers ."
third highest officers in the Starke Enforcement Courses and Central would then have pictures of -
Police Departmentd (SPD) until he, Florida Community College in each crime :scene ,which is often .L
resigned in the midst of a drug Investigation Training Techniques! and Teachingnew helpful in court. Bennett says. .
earlier this year is nuv J officers and dispatchers. Ben-
ing for' police chief in the Jan.' ;24 nett'' is qualified to administer Bennett Says the biggest cases he kr "" rskLirT .
special election 1 breathallzer tests on model 900,i100A solved during his'' term' as investigator
and 1000 machines, trained in enforcing was the Willie Deli
noise pollution laws, and train- murder in 1987 and the armed rob-
Benett,'34, joined the SPD In July, ing in narcotics and .homicide in bery of Williams Jewelry 'in 1986,
!FFF 1973as a radio dispatcher and aux- vestigations. Bennett says the jewelry store rob '
E iliary policeman. In 1975 Bennett bery was solved in a matter of days ; !
became a police officer and workedhis The American Legion named Ben and a robbery ring operating around '
way up to the rank; of captain un- N-Florida was involved I"
nett the outstanding officer of the
til he resi ned Bennett was the in 1985. ., "
''department s Investigator of major year ,I" ,; "
crimes such as ,rape, armed rob Bennett is married to the former ,. ,
bery, and murder. If elected Bennett, says he will' Gina Baker who is business ,' '
work to curb the cocaine and drug manager at Bradford Hospital I, They,, ;Sj' : + Let the new,days ahead be filled .withhappiness .
problem in Starke, which, he says have one daughter; Tasha 7, a se- ; I
'Bennett is..a. qualified law officer leads to other crimes. He would install cond grader at Starke Elementary, ,,. for you, good friends. '
Ricky B.nntt with 550 hours of training He has a camera and finger printing The Bennetts live at,617 Adkms" "
I Candidate for Pollco Chlof certificates of completion of courses, equipment in police cars In addition ,Street (In Starke. "

Pecan Season in County' r -- ,." Mosley Auto Sales' ,

11' [PUBLIC 'NOTICE, 'Hwy 301 S, :- .Starke, ," ,

Limps 'to Weali.'Closlng'' "
;The Town of Brooker, Florida, will hold 'an;

Bradford's pecan season limped to auctioneer at the only pecan sale in ,election :on February ,14. 1989, for,the
a close last Thursday;Dec..22,.,when Florida. following'offices: three seats' on the Town.
only 2,327 pounds of nuts were sold at The last bumper crop of pecans Council, ,
an average of 35 cents per pound at here was two years ago..
the auction on the State Farmer's This year a lot of people didn'thave Candidates may, qualify to run for the 'above ',,
Market here a lot of nuts, says Allen. And. offices' during normal, business hours:, 9:00: ,,' ,,'," "
,A total of 24,878 pounds of pecans the quality wasn't too good, he add! \
were sold during the three auctions. a.m. to 12:00: Tuesday Friday & Saturday,
The Nov.17 auction saw 8,806 poundsof ed.A lot of nuts set on the pecan trees beginning December:' 27:, .1988, ending 0 a
nuts average 52 cents/pound. The this year. Then came a drought a n. e
December 31 1988. All
qualify must
biggest sale was the Dec;. 8 auctionat followed by a ,wet period, which, papers, 'y 6or sl .
which 13,745 pounds of pecans sold caused a lot of pecans to fall off the be received' at Town ,Hall by noon December,*. I''' ',, 0 t .
for an average of 41 centspound.About trees before they matured.' '. 31. 1988. ,1' )*, 0. t
,3,000 pounds of outs were "We probably had a bumper cron t...... '. ... ,7Yra. o,,,,:.i4ch.12/211.. asci A s. I y' ,) o'I
brought to the market Dec. 22. but ''set on the trees but we lost them and ,
some were no-saled, said Market had a light crop" says Market
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.. ... '.. by Buster Hahn The lake-shore horses have been ;
: i ,.w?wtv + BCT Staff Writer victims of burglary and vandalismby 1
I ty w X County Commissioners gave the persons using the old road,'Wise '
"go-ahead" to Craig Wise to take action Said,, and closing the dead-end road ;l lwill 1
toward closing a segment of SE hopefully cut down on the ;,
41st Terrace, near Little Santa Fe mischief
Lake, in its mid-month meeting The commissioners found no problem >
Wednesday, Dec 22. with closing the road in view of ''<

Z f ti ti Wise said there are nine homes on, adjacent landowners' approval,, but .
s e w r the ,road, but only six will be affected told Wise'' routine road closing procedures 'i
since the closing will be must be followed 'I
below' the third house.The six property County' Clerk Gib Brown advised ,(
owners are in agreement, and Wise the action must be advertised,
oil. five of them have signed a petition to followed by a public hearing by the ..
.,> close the road. The sixth has agreed commission. A public hearing ,was .J'
to Sign\' ; and Wise asked the board to set for the first regular commission' t

,-.-- .. .. .. .. .. I take action; contingent on the final meeting in January, 'I
!: A Students... signature.Wise ,
-trulght said the six homes will be, If the 'road is closed, as an '
These Starke Elementary School students made straight A' on their report Matthew'PuMterl, Chrb Klnney, Crystal Melvin, Mecbelle: Fowler, a......Co*, 'provided access to CR-21B, which ticipated, the right-of-way will be-
cards for the tint six-week grading period. Tina Johiuon, Stephanie Matlyailc, Kim PharU and VaShawn i'veon. parallels the old road for which divided among adjacent' property
From left to right on the front rows Macy Stephen, Morgan Fill CrUtle Colt/ closing is being sought. owners,,returning i it to the tax rolls. ,
Nancy Hildebrand, Shelly Karczewakl. Bobby Roger, Lorraine Curtner, Jessica In the third row from left tAl rights Nakkha. Williams,. Drew VYsinwright.. "

Retiree, Catherine Vlckery.Jenifer Rountree Jason Frevatt. Shllal Patel Erin .Amanda Rakkep. Endly Hartley Cheri Milliard, Susanne Joyner Undney Candidate "'"_ .1, I

I.uke, Landon Canon Will Hartley, Jason tlutcheaon, Hope Paterson, MelUaaruaaUri Voodfln Angela HilUard Bruce Mattes, Jason Thompson Rhlannon Bolt.,: "t ,! I

Angela Ray, Den It t Belteraon and Carrie Forjyth Ragheeta Chandler and Sarlka Patel. CHIEF OF POLICE :

On the second row from left to right: Vlckl DeSue Adrienne Padgett, Carrie In the rears Temlka Berry. ."',' '. VoteThe People's Choice"w ,"

TIoOlnp80n.lelll( William, Sekennla Bell, Bradley Chapman, Ryan Faulkner, Chris Tomlliuon, Renee Pemona, Krkten Walnwrlgtit and Renee :Morgan'heather '

Jarvis: Kekha !Hampton, Brandt Jones, Morris Mahoney Dlptl Patel, were absent, I' .4 '. .' t

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expense for looks only, but are ''can't do this again tomorrow,'"' not on the drawing and he simply called the Hampton Area 'Tower.A .
afraid to let the home stand wouldset Phillips said. never thought of it. workshop session for the county '
a precedent. Board Member Dick Graham 'The Bradford zoning code states Zoning Board is set at 6:30:: p.m. January 24 1989
D.J. Phillips a member of the saying he was not passing the,buck, that modular homes are manufac, Monday Jan. 30. cd. nol >
county zoning board and a residentof stated: '!'1 really would like to have. tured without an integral chassis or ,. --- .-.. ." .. -" ... .. ..
Seminole Ridge' who lives two the entire board on that." Undercarriage and are Intended to ....... ..........., ._' --
blocks from the modular home, said The structure is there, ready. for. be moved only from the factory to
the subdivision has>* deed covenantsand final inspection, O'Neal said. the site. .
restrictions preventing such .A delay would be a hardship on the D.J.Phillips said. the modular
types of home. However, that ,is a home owner,, said Stoughton, who' home in Seminole Ridge was pulled
civil! legal matter between the said not showing the steel frame on in,. like a trailer. It looks like a
residents and the home building' plans of the modular home was an mobile home, said Phillips. 'r' I '
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company, Director O'Neal says. oversight, and he has instructed his : 4 ::48Y'i1:, ; ,,.;
Phillips said Seminole- Ridge engineer to show the steel frame on Cable TV Site, t i 1 rt I,: ) i I.," ':"", '
residents oppose /"structures' : like i future plans.Won't The Bradford Zoning Board in a '. : {!y'. '. p
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this in the neighborhood." Some of' the'Zoning Office be awareof brief meeting approved a site plan \: ; ,I"" ;" t' ,
the nicest homes in the county are in the steel frame from now on.'ask for Friendship Cable of Florida, Inc. :"?i'IAI. 'tl, I/"d,: : '
Seminole Ridge. ", ed Schlosser. Yes, said Director The site on Meng Dairy Road :, 'i.", ,';:.","il"";'y." ''i" ,.", I ,'\'
"tf you allow this, nothingsay he1Santa ''O'Neal who said the steel frame was (SE2lst St.) is just off CR-18 'and is I'I. )"', ,111'I .. .':" ','"'j 'I.

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information for theii' application \ 'The time has come''
which has not yet been received,"" "
,Jlolton said. "When the application to thank all our l
U,'submitted, the Commission will A I i ,''many customers for + .'

make its decision to approve. or their support! as we 1iQe'
disa pprove." qA ? 'wishtheentireworlda /1'

happy, healthy
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DNR, Joseph Wat-
", tleworth, 4"con'1lulting transportation New Yea;1 ..,t
engirieor- Wil1i!\ton!., and >a 'I.
''I 1 member oFfc'IT 'asst.. t':; gued I _,g Q w C -_.1-; Jackson- .. ? i..F.w.{: ,:::1? tvnlnv l' i'4 .A1tn IN. 49rf tA, '' t ..ml c1'ryvt! ,!
that removal of the 5,000 yards of fill Building ; '. f
'dirt from the 'site-would be more t. ., 1,
damaging to the environment than 4 0 Supply Happy7'Ma "
letting it remain in place since new II 'Starke Keystone Hgts, ;, :
growth has .been established in the '064-6078 '473-4073
"' several years since l it was dumped. Lake Butler4963O79 I. : A ,1 t -'' )' pcacely/ tq your '.

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In answer to this argument, David ,, ,I'' ,,7
Black technical services 'ad.minlstrator '
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,i\. explained: Happy r ':',"flrC ( %' ''P'tyy;(, i" ,', ; ,1' Carlo M.' Hernandez :.

would'"The involve'effect :'of' a,removing conflict between the fill ''s ,:, :TeaI. Tile .-.l.C'aripet' (|,| ., ,! l":. ,':/>: '-'' -;;:1"...,and.' ,Staff."",1'':I,:,(A'/4'/",?, i rt';, I \\''

undesirable' short-term results'and ,. :: ,:';:: ; ;/. ) .( : \; .;/\1';,;: ; ; ; ; ( f: ; \ ''')'':,';,,' ':;<
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/desirable long-term ones, Short- May 1988 bring you peace, 41 ? ; )ii I. "' 't,:" \ ''I1 "
term problems are the disturbance '
',that would lead to invasion by weedy, .'prosperity, health and wealth.;! ," ''- \1 :. ', ':.. '. '
plant species and injury to existing We appreciate kind ', \ ', .' ,, :, ,, '" .;".:,'(;':: '
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Lees Black said., ,' : *,: : '''' .: :,., ,''i,; I
''Whatever'' setbacks may be and ail! ,' I\J; \
support. Thanksone .. : :.i : >, ;
associated with the disturbanceofremoving ( .', ,
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the fill, the long-term ef'. ,'. ;': "
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:fects 'would be' beneficial, and \" ':., '
would ,"Black added J" '" ", '
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"Within one there would" ,
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be substantial new wetland vegetation ./' .202 N., Wai nutSt., \ 964-5278 '
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and ''use by.. aquatic animals 6'1> 'j ,I j,'; ,\, ,
,',' .would be restored during periods of .. d"it itrt'.I(; ;;'; ';"! '
,'. 74, high Water. Nutrient uptake shouldbe .,':, ,I e'i*. :: : \ ,(.' : _
quite good during the recovery '.' ? I; :
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'period, when plant growth Is rapid. ; : '! '. ,
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btackgum and other climax, C'r .I. 'I' ,4lj / ,
swamp] :,'i!' '1I.I', ''i'1i'i, : 'i,
, species would take over and the area'' ... .1 ;'i I : '!\\\II'\ ': .
''would become, a permanent 'en ', ::i\t:; :'; ::::1-:}" i
'.yironmental] asset." Black said a ,' "'.,' (''il ,::,'':
,also Two disagree state environmental with, Wattleworth'stheory agencies '., ,, '.;"''';,:,, \;;,: .; .'.,'

of removal damage. The 1 "",I ':$ ;:i I ; ,j(;. :... ,
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Commission' and the' Suwannee .
'River Water Management' District ',," :: :
urged: restoration of the area as far J' .. ,
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PUD (planned unit development) on I'', "" '1<;,,1'0, .. '1". : "I:':; ,.1\,\:';' \
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received permission from Alachua ,: / ,,'.'....:." ""I' ," \:,( i.I'" \ ki,1' : ;". "
County to divide the uplands area of 'j'! .,;" ,." :)';I{ .. .:<,< ; :' ',. '
the property, away from the water ."', '', I .. .Ii.",'I.'I'I',',,, :( \" /, ,I.',!".'. '1'., .'' '
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;front, into ,72 one-acre residential I""". ,45 .! I\I'Ni XlI'), \ \ () '
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lots. 'They also built a road to the'shore ,: ] "I. ; { "' '' I, '
line and built a boat ramp '':+''tt:, .;: {t ,-t ," ''r'f': ';, \AI"trN){, '!il'l :('it\y'I II ,\.': ., .
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- 'sovereign without ''obtaining lands (lake permits bottom owned on-, ',ar) ):,I\" '.. : {t ..H... 'I,.;:':-1"111:0"jWJt;;; : b." {W.'jil"! I "::'. ,;,.., ,

>.plans by included, the State.a marina Their,restaurant]long range, \"::' i\;\" 1 ,h," ', -.. __ {t : ';"':':: i' JW. .., i Y!t"; f, ;}: .;I.L"'. ': "' ;

boat-docking facilities, and 100 condominium -' 'r, {;v I;', :" 1" : f,..... I.! :ftk ,, {i' :: ,' ". I. .
,,''' 'II, 1'1' J ) ''''\''/ ,, ,;Vt liJl( >1.1,1,1"1'1, ; ''''
units for "transient' oc- U U f r ,"i t1) :n 11 ),\' :. .: (,; ".' : ,,!:;'!' '.i it;(:;.,;Vil( \:\ :: f:,'," .,,i'.. ,'. .
cupancy. ,T '" I 11)"i" / ..H'... ',1'1." When the illegal fillillg'W8$ ? 6 \\, "" '",..,I"d.'i"" ."'',',\ l., 1"I,1" '.' : ;'<,(ff'I,;'I", \ .<''.' I I'- "
brought to the attention of the CommissIOn ( ",/,":,", ,")/'k")";"", 't't'JJ. r''" ""d 'eM'. \"'"i" : }1,\'"t ",rll< )( ",i ,r,1 r.' ""I'. ., ,,'I"
the Qweller { ,, !' .. ; 'I' "iu"\'I\ (. .
by Lake \ III ,' i. ..' >f ::: .. I I'I'i: \ "': ..1',1" ', ':
several later the' beard in-' J"I",1"" / "" I ,, I.1"I l. ,
years ',, :,' "',1, the "
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vestigateJ the violation of their. ''f.i'.;' !t'V\t' \ ; : !., :.1 May"every ne'W, ; ,:, ,.,.v.1'1'h" ;,, -, ."
wetlands-fill ordinance and voted to: '.' ',:' I : :
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.order the fill., removed on landsunder' :,tI%1'';ikn7!, +''h't, ;'!';." : \',', I,;. New. Year bring'you a'world't' : ; V:: ;', .:
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their jurisdiction, which did 19Q17. .":, ;, :" :(" .,: iJI'- .' lI": "

''not include the 1.3 acres of sovereign'land ;,,TI"'i,Iii', :>.l''.\"I"\\.h", ., ."' "l\lW" '"e '.' of sunshine. vu"' : 1'1'' ,v'"" I 'Ii.',

under DNR for jurisdiction.DNR said that'the i iY\ ;<,:); t I''." .' i : '-tJ ,'.' ,,, t. "'i 1 ,}
A.spokesman : : ,' '
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agency \ :' i.VI'I'' .It'li' ll'\\ 'il".1" \, I {" 'lilt"r'p> ,1. M1trJt; I ,fr, '
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sider the applicatlon'Ior an after- As each New'Year is whatwe, make it, 'ff"I'1: 4 \/'" I' '' ,; \: .
the-fact permit for the road and boat r i) \;'{"NORTON 'TELECOMMUNICATIONS'tt;;, + .a ki {
until developers had submit let's aim to make this one all that it can fir : ',..... . ,., ". .I lM?
ramp ", 1. .,.. ..,._ ... ,.>+\ 11,4" .." .". -':, ... '. .J( ,. .... I I. I'.
'ted a final restoration plan for the 't lie.) .r di in life's Blessings: and abundant li" :i'i""i,' : \''I'ftJ' \ I ." ,. :I .( ,
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After more than a decade of legal try lif4 s joys. Happy.NcwYear to all 1 t t.e ,!,( \\f' .. : 964-4980 ""' 11.:"..,'
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'entanglements' will go to the the matter Governor ultitrately and, Sawyer ,Gas & Appliances "'.:'" .. ,,, ,

Cabinet for ,final approval. '!
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.. Indian Artifacts Found in, Swamp Near

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Qualify for RegisterA
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P Artifacts "' survey of archaeological/ close to Division of Historical t'Resources and State Swamp Site No 1 not be feasible (In construction -
JL; : Wilkinson and the proposed hazardous waste treatment Historic Preservation Officer, wrote that of the Plant) it will be the recommendation
facility on Highway 121 north of Raiford'was based the findings of the
; t. <" on Piper of this agency that additional
I ( I' recently performed by Piper .Ar., research "It is the opinion of this agency ,archaeological testing be undertaken in
chaeological] Research Inc., of St that the of the Site
: '. portion Turkey Swamp order to make a final determination of its
Petersburg, disclosing areas near the site "
No. 1 that occurs on the proposed hazardous significance."
I'"', I that may be eligible for listing on the National waste treatment site may be eligiblefor
: I, ] Register of Historic; Places. listing In the National Register..Thus, it Directot"Percy said,, however that if
H : is recommendation that Site No. 1 is avoided during protect con-
: .t' In a letter to Louis D Tesar of the our Turkey
struction "it will have
Florida] Department of the Division of Swamp Site No. 1* be preserved on site no any'
andground sites listed or eligible for listing, in the National
._' .. Historical Resources in Tallahassee. Piper and avoided by all construction I
reported that ''five unrecorded prehistoric disturbing activities. Register... and the project may pro-
ceed without further Involvement of this
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t t ....-- archaeological] sites are known to' be "Should the preservation of Turkey agency."
located immediately north and west of the

proposed hazardous waste site near the ..
radio tower In Section 32 on the west side of .

Highway 121, ,
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"All of these sites are located adjacentto "'; ., ', :
Turkey Creek Swamp" the report said. "'" "": '," \!,
'"Twenty-seven prehistoric artifacts are ,. :
recovered from the test pits located near
the two largest cypress bayheads in the' 1 '
.. \4/: "' north eastern and the north central I portionof lt- ( t' j1,1
{j1O. the tract. The artifacts were recoveredat j
depths of 15 to 40 centimeters below the
surface and consisted of ceramic and lithic.
artifacts," the report continued.

One of the artifacts recovered was said q :.__. 1111111 III

i\ > ':: ; to be a Pinellas type projectile point that ,
": :1.q':: ,: has been found at other north central
'., EIJ1TOR1ALSVote' Ie ,' Florida sites of the Alachua tradition, circa '
:,:::" .\ ": A.D.'1250 to 1565. In addition, one incised .' ; H'1"'
',I .' sherd of the fiber-tempered ,Orange

'I'j': - sherd of the
( chalky paste check stamped
"I St. Johns series (circa A,D"'800 to 1565) In-< sr
dicate that the site may have been occupied -
:: I several historic periods
< during
,, ,.' for Qualificationsfor ,,, the report said.

:"The possible occupation of this site during
the Orange period... and its likely rela-
Police tionship to a cluster of nearby sites, makeit
Chief Eligibility likely to contain data of regional
'"" significance," the Piper report continued.
"The Turkey Swamp is therefore con- ,
With the upcoming election for''Chief situatIOn' express hope that the election sidered potentially eligible for listing In

of Police set for January 24 to fill an and other turnovers in the department the Natibnal Register of Historic Places. F
recommended that this site be
''Unexpired term, Starke voters' would do will bring big changes for the law en- is if possible, and, if not, that limited t preserved test 1
well;;to make 'a New Year's 'resolution forcement effort ,within Starke's city excavations be conducted to determine its

now to carefully study .the three issues'' limits. National Register status." r '1

to be voted on before going to the polls a Toward that goal, Major Reno has These archaeological findings are Important r4'Bobbying'at
little over three weeks from Union and Bradford
now, established reserve to persons in
already, a force of
who to the location of
Counties are opposed
Due to a web of unusual circumstances -' six officers, and has stepped up efforts a hazardous waste treatment plant in this

leading ,to turmoil in the, I to combat illegal drug sales and use in area. State law requires that developers of

police department during most of, last the Reno area (which, by the' way' I sites having significant historical remains

:year,, !it is important to give careful consideration -' received that, name long, before Bill :must determine if they are important
of how to vote the issues Reno arrived the enough to be preserved for their historical
on on scene). The acting value Indian'burial grounds andcemeteries
involved.' chief is also trying to increase the police of all kinds are protected from' ,

During the past ", six' months, Starke, presence by having distinctive blue and development that would disturb burial a

residents have. seen their'law.'enforce' ,white police cars patrolling the streets; sites.developers When are such compelled sites .are to work discovered aroundthem .

ment pass through 'ithe hands of one without disturbing the ground.
elected police; chief and two Issues InVolved I:
acting Human remains,. possibly' of Indian
.chiefs The election on January 24 will be the origin, have' been unearthed and large It's Best... .

'"It's 'been difficult most important held in Starke in recent quantities of arrowheads, knife points, and ,,
for the of
very' artifacts have been found by
years, in its effect on the police department -
ficers says Major Bill Reno, the curirent The'' vote choices will include residents within a few miles radius of the The newly restored and refurbished lobby of the old Bradford'Countj bank, ""
police chief who has won plaudits proposed ''hazardous waste plant,. in- built in 1914 became a bustling scene again on Call Street when the monthly
from the public for his organized effort another try at making the chief's office dicating that numerous other locations in Chamber of Commerce mixer was held last week in the original tile-floored lob-. '

to, clean, the scandalous' appointive rather than elective. This the area might also contain significant artifacts by. .
t 'up "crack"operation has that should be protected After an $85,000 face lift mounted behind .
which been tried at least two times before, massive sandstone columns, .the, architecturally t
J flourished in a rent- but has ,been.turned down ||n both iQ'''Istances.bYt : ,. Replying to t -tettq from Piper, i iCeorga. significant building Is now-occupied by Its new ,owners, the C,K.Dbtriif ,.
subsidized '
: apartment complex in northeast v ? "* oat CPAs" *" / k
Starke for many months. After it -vottrs.! W. Percy directo?,o.theFloridaeta' I ; "HWl4iWW/'' } 'f. "Mf Jffl'W. 'ftoric., !. "

'was finally apparently broken up there,. Perhaps this timedue to the disillusionment -,

;ft moved to. other' nearby "crack of the public with affairs of the ,

houses", which recently became the police department in the past yearthe "" I'

center,of attention for Reno-and his officers ,appointive chief will have a better Early ,Starke Memories Recalled in Poem ; < < IfAlmOlo11i

chance- Much of the support of the elec- i'
tive chief in past was' due to the 1
The good work has not unnoticedby ,
the gone 'wide circle of friends of Chief Bowen; hundred years ailn. tin a ("hiM of five ,nr six venoi., Mary Arni-trnnM Mary Armstrong Inter married and i'|"enl the remaining veira of h<'t : ,
public, many voters 'wish who supported him time he ran.. moved with her luirenls InSlnrke, after lining their homo in the itirnl ('hlt'" n Lnke Helen in the Orlando area,after she hecnm" MArY ArmMnmp; McGill In I
that Reno could offer himself as a can-. every fire of the curly linn' *. Her falher hail. hoped. In reemip their lowex bv 1\\'lnrl!" spite of her family' misfortune she 'loved! Slarke and\its peoples nnd o'er(he .', \
didate for police chief but he is ruled Now that Bowen is out of the running ornnK" east of Mnrkc which worn a principal money. rrop hire nl Itnl,' time, yean, spent many hour of her leisure tuna writing poctr about her, fond :, \. '!
htil hm hope were doHhed n>nin *hw the lug t rec/e of the wmlrr of 1I111-\Ifi! \ memories of Bradford County :, .\ ;'j'.! ....I.'I' !,;(:..', '. ,
out because he lives a few hundred more voters may see the wisdom of an dc+IroyctalI|, the citrus groves in thin area ', \ "" '., ";'..,1:", ,;! '''t""ll/!" \ i
yards outside the city limits. appointive chief who would be responsible "' ,', "; "",c'"'';+'"'';.!,'i;,,!", \y'','\/;. r""I.\f";" ,;i'\ '" t1.!,>',J''"}I

During the past year the of to the City Commission for his actions O O Following i IK one of the many poem the wrote nnd hoped t"I hnve published\ m '.:',I' ,;"

'the ''department; have problems been It ,would also allow the Commission book form- but.lhal dream wan never rcall/cd, .' ,.' 'd," "'.'. ,.I'.. ...t'' J ." ;:,'
ponce '
to set qualifications and minimum '" ; '" i icREdV1cScIVl
manifold and well publicized To quote a. : EcR: ? :. ', ,.: :,, : ( ,,' '" ,'.
standards 'for' the office rather' than : "

recent:-Some article officers,in the ha've Gainesville been the subject Sun;, having Starke and anyone 18 years who old is eligible a_ resident to run of .i : ::; ::? : ::': ',:, :::' :' :';' '::\\t::>,..' '/' r""

of,state drug investigation ,
with one .for chief t, '., .', I "
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former,; major on the force now serving I of ; ,'" """ ,' ;. !.
As want to talk happy days ; I.
the rules'now
a federal term for his stand,'a'person can + a Jn the old Iron pot with the i rusty rim,
conviction. And good old BrodJord CClunf4"O'S., "
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become Chief of Police without hung from the weather-beaten .
meeting "
I creaky Deam:
The Police, Benevolent I five those glad times o'cr and o'er., (I've seen that wt'1I11'I "
the requirements of Article 5 of the Oblong about eighteen: ninety four, R many a.dreamt) '
proved successfully that officers .\< I'mI'm t'rTOfht'Boodoldda'hofusl.'dtobe ?
sup State Statutes requiring a minimum of So* let your memory go w ith me
porting the union had been : ,\
illegally har- 560 hours of training at the Police ;
Remember the and ,',
"" 'rassed by' former police,Chief Jimmy Academy course given by Santa Fe and Both Some' I seer hate the1 old mode;(..their"mrkS/a.keh' 'The,"fodder' pulling cotton days fields at, yellow Silas Kite's; itp', .y .
Bowen \
't Lake ,City Community Colleges. 'If' The i in the old wash '
But I know. you all'rerncrnbcr". f.ltCrellrem"101dbrlce. pot. I'.
Bowen resigned from the force after'his' ''elected withoutqualificationst as is the The ts, piping hot; ,:1", \ .,
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arrest on August 18 on charges case now, a Starke Police Chief is onlyan Howthe.blackber1ugwlrltheolcf/rnc"jonJbs'1. The sweet tale custords"'piled, I in# stack, ,;*" ; h(Z', ,,
removing confiscated:: material in administrative 'officer' without the, Fingers all blue ando('ra fanned... ', Remember deep Juicy? ; peach pie that. .made you smack! : .. \ > \ '

'storage at 'and power even to make an arrest on' his Feet oil scratched, but a smile/ In jour ey': "'', : r.
police headquarters also '
When you thought; of the Joy that would/ rome by and by
falsifying an official document concern- own.' This is a totally unacceptable With the taste of the big Juicy/ blackberry(, The Where fong shiny' benches on each side of the I !table' ,

,ing purchase of a gun by a private in-' situation and should be remedied at' the Rrnl.mbt'r'S. ; ,. moonlit tong as they, were able. ,
dividual. His trial is earliest possible time. nights when the dancing would/ bl'gln.
now set for January To the tune ojthejiddleplayed .
The,lar-sfretchin8grc'cn of the strawberry : by old Jock H'ynnf '
21 in Circuit Court here. fields To do 0 bit of dancing was the
',t ,. There'will be The thousands of crates they used to yield;' ,", .Remember most."e.knew of.sint!
After Bowen's resignation, Mayor a separate ballot at the'.January The cornfields glistening far and near; '. ,
H.F 'Wiggins became acting chief but 24 election setting forth With a wide spreading plum tree, here and there;. .
the'police department debacle became, "qualifications for the Chief of Police office The old dead trees among the sweet potato vines' The old board bridge across Alligator Creek
more confusingwhen ,. whether elective or appointive., The little pine sapling we bids used to climb; ,T1h. horses we used to drive, swift o"cl'vt''R'Rt'member" :, .' .
resigned newly painted bUl:8Yl'ht't'ls, shiny' red,
in November and the City Commission Although .in 'our opinion, it seems Slowly turning in the sand, and what you said.,( / ,
refused to name him chief for the.unex- preferable to have the office appointive The,old schooldays at "Bradford County High", Remember? .' '
pired term. as most'cities in Florida do,'with the exception Miss Ellen Davis with ""murder" her eye I, '

of a very fewwe strongly The Sunday School picnics at Kingslcy Lake; '
"I don't think there is going to be a big believe that ALL voters, whether they The well-filled I baskets we used to lake; Remember he thrill of first young love., :' '; ,
change Cirr operation of the support'elected' How the lake used to seem to be spread on the sky ,Sworn to be true by the stars obo"f. ; 1 ,
department)". Commissioner Woods or' appointive chiefs How the sight thrilled our hearts and gladdened the e>'e A tender memory, lingering yet ,
said should certainly,vote in favor of lawful.qualific3tions. ,Remember'I' I ,From June to December.,. ; ,
recently but other that '
observers '
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,"TIs something we con't forget. t', : ,
"- The old fashioned well 'In the sandy tone ('' But always wilt.!/ ,. Remember, 1 :" ,

.. I """"--- __. The clear! Cool wOf",.from its depths. that eamf i

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' 'letter is to advise 'I am citizens of this tuuiinuiuly and Im.s tainted '
, you very munity supported 'Indrdill'f.) .. i.-.
>t, SOS G. FERGUSON..JOHN M. MILLERPublish. disappointed In you as a City Councilman.You the City of Starke to be slandered In the wouldn't! II is an insult to the vinery in UK"

.,. have caused my family and the surrounding communities and counties. City of Starke to be asked (hit! <|ii families of this community to be at great The question on the upcoming ballot concerning The voters still have the ability to nmkc
risk to criminal activity. ''Your failure to the Chief of Police beingan good decisions when our Uwjcil. offuiiiK
give leadership in solving "The Crisis in elected or appointed position... NO! You can't. -' ,
.. Management" of the City Police Depart- had an opportunity to make an appoinnt- A Very ul'llIinh"[ | "rit'itizi-is I -
4 .-, -- ment has; been an embarrassment the: nif-nf, of a .vm, qualified and very com John T.Mntkliinil: M.irkct ,

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December Y9. IDXH TKI;..KCUtAI'U: i'agt'it

New Year's Eve ,Candlelight- ,JII'I"1"'It''" "'tl Rev Bible Bryant Conference Leads Young At Heart .. Executive Board

Meets Jan. 5 Meeting Jan.. 4
Service Youth Crusade SetThe January 1-4
The Young at Heart of the First The Executive Board of the
Rev. Ben Bryant, pastor of First Baptist Church will have their ''Woman's Club will meet on Wednesday
First Baptist Church of for everyone.At 10 p.m. a film entitled Baptist Church of and lunchat
Starke will lead regular monthly meeting Jan. 4 In the clubhouse.
Lawtey will have a Youth Crusade "Dead Wrong" will be shown. ru the adults of the church In a Bible noon on Thursday Jan 5 in the All officers are urged to attend
this Wednesday through Saturday, Special singing will be providedeach .K'Rev Conference Sunday through Wednes- fellowship hall. this 12 nnoon meeting.
Dec.28-31. The services will begin at night by the youth of the day nights, Jan. 14. The church is Lunch will be provided by 'the i
7:30: p.m. Wednesday through Fri church. located at Clark and ,Jefferson church.! .Come, join us.
day, and the special New Year's Eve A special Invitation Is extended to Streets across from Santa Fe Community
.Service will begin at 9 p.m. Satur- 'all by Pastor Grayson McNeill! to attend College in Starke.
.day. the New Year's Eve Rev
Bryant, well-known in the
Rev. David McNeill,Youth Pastor Candlelight service beginning at 11 Fla. Baptist Convention 'for his
.of the church, will be guest speaker.For p.m. There will be special music and
leadership as a pastor and a Bible
the special New Year's Eve everyone will usher in the new year, ,teacher,was named"Minister,f the May harmony, peace and joy be the notes
service beginning at 9 p.m., pizza holding a lighted candle. Year" Stetson
will be served in the Fellowship Hall' Come receive a blessing and start 'year. .DY upon which your New Year Is composed.

the new,year off for the Lord, First Baptist Church of Starke,
well-known for excellence in Christian Sincere.thanks for your business. .

, Auditions To Be Held For "The American Dame"Tryouts Ben P. Bryant recognized education by the, Southern was recently Baptist

Convention for its fine work in the
for' "The American 'through the ages, but does so In a Bible teaching ministry.To .
Dame''' will be held at Santa Fe vastly entertaining way, combiningboth learn more, about the Bible
Community College on January 10 drama and comedy/1' Masonic Installation come to the January Bible Con,
and 12 In the Boardroom. Copies of the play are available fora To Be 12/29 'ference, where provisions' have''
"The American Dame" is a play. pre-reading at the Bradford Coun- Tonight, been made for member of
celebrating the emergence of the ty Public Library and can be taken' .Bradford Lodge 35 will have an the family to take every part in this Bible $i\\e
American woman and the men who out overnight. For further information open installation of officers for 1989 study.
played a crucial part in her development feel 'free to call Laura, Conti, on December 29 at 7:30 p.m Rev. Douglas Sides, Minister. of '
The play will be performed at 964-8498. A complete dinner prepared by Education stressed that provisionsare Aid'Hair
the Bradford High School First Christian .Worshipful Master-Elect, Claude made for all ages and that the Family
auditorium in mid-March.'The production Morgan and his wife Delores, will be public Is cordially invited
is under the joint sponsor Having ,RevivalBlaine served at Masons, their'
ship of Bradford Community friends and families are invited. beac
Players and SFCC. and Boyd Cornwell, also ,
Laura Conti representing the known as "The. Master's En- < t
Bradford Community Players, is courage's", will be holding revival 4 coa'9r<
emphasizing the open try- uts. "We meetings Jan. 1-4 at the First Chris Designers av di Q b
are encouraging Bradford County tian Church, 517 W. Call St., in to
citizens to come to the tryouts and Starke. Hwy 301 N. Shpvo r a 'Q bC v9
"The Master's Encouragers"
take part. Laura explained that she are f0
has already been asked, whether- unique in many respects.'They are 964-7303 4vA & m\ff t m-1
SFCC students have first priority on twin brothers, born in Athens, Ohio.,
the parts. "That is definitely not the Perhaps this isn't as rare as it
case", she said emphatically. "ThisIs seems, but the Cornwell twins workas
not just for college students. 'The one in an evangelistic ministry as
American Dame' has parts for as they combine team preaching and
many as fifty people, since it traces' singing with team song-leading in a
woman's development from the very effective way. Their goal is to
Garden of Eden down through the combine their talents with those in
centuries to the present time. the local congregation for the purpose
Dr.April O'Connell added the fact of encouraging the saints and'
that the play will be taken to SFCC'sGainesville saving the lost.
Since 1978 Blaine and Boyd Corn- 4fli
campus for a one-night 1 '
showing for college classes in con': well have travelled all over, the
f ". ,Junction with the month-long FOCUSON United States. They both have Let's make
WOMEN activities that go on at degrees from Ohio University arid
the main campus in the month of taught in the public school system. \ ; F j this coming
March. They sang with the Good News New Year
Quartet for two years and served 4
i Dr. O'Connell is ennthusiastic ministries'' In Ohio Kansas, the;

1 about the play. "The 'American 'Michigan, and Arkansas. With our, deepest ,appreciation, 'we 'say, Gam best I
Dame not only provides, historical The public is ,Invited to, attend very
perspectives on the.role of woman these.services.' ,Happy New Year. Everyone!

JoAnn's Country,Crafts & Wood Works

L Mr. &'Mrs. Brown To BeHonored'with, : 'Party '5O4WT. ,Call Street -- '

Mr. and Mrs. George Brown will ville and Rex Brown of Fayetteville, ., .
be hosted at an open house from 2-6 Georgia; three grandchildren: Eyeglass'Store
,..j ,' p.m. Sunday, Jan. 1, at their home Maureen Quigley of Jacksonville n k
{ ""." ... on Kingsley Lake in observation of ''and Eric and Justin Brown of Fayetteville ,

/,1/I J\4 their 50th wedding anniversary. GA, and one great granddaughter -
(" ; I ,I. Daughter Margaret Ann Rigdon Kristina Gunter. of '964-8588:
," "? and granddaughter Maureen Jacksonville
.J.: Quigley of Jacksonville are giving
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'''; ,I wT==-.- the open house for the Browns. The Brown's.. George 'and
Friends are invited to attend the Margaret, live at 4421 Seminole K '
.. open house. To get to the Brown ,_ I f,,<1,earke.t ; 'Pp y L In appreciation of the support and
horne"'tl : I,1J tFfRF 1; I( ipgsle XI ,,, { have shown us;
Ii patronage you r ri
; Kthgsley"tiitltb"'turf"bft"S .1)1"" -
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23d" \ -- ,, we'd like offer fbf.
:Semll\b.r B Wl4et49 wSfeWr "11' 'L' I\I.'cL. .. 101'.1 i ) to our hopes a
""luJCA'n41!tb'6, ( lIt th Wf Idiitldt! % i" hi,'.d"' ma cbh,,(' .,1 : ... "T" .'. .V'W. ,..r t 4 a,, .4 r 'auarmand'M/orufrr/uf' 'Mew> at!' *
follow the road as it curves toward The Browns lived in Akron,'Ohio;l -'eELr ,' ChastainJewelry
(., the lake. Turn right at the lake and Redkey, Indiana, and Jacksonville,,
,". the Brown home is at the dead end FL before moving to Kingsley Lake
.,. .. : adjacent to the Liz Noegel home. 30 years ago, J4I: the good times
." & Gift
'f" The Brown's 50m anniversary '. May 1989.
.,.' ,. : falls on Sunday as did their mar to yOIl In
" come Gallery
,. riage, performed by Rev. A.J.
Woodrow a .
Chockney, when George + e 104 W. Call St.,
Indiana and
; Brown of Redkey, .
-. Luella Margaret Finch of Portland .f3 (Downtown 1))
; i Indiana were married January 1, School Menus i 9647271Here's

., ,;;, '., 1939 at 'the West Walnut Street ,, : [ .
''' I.':'''! : Church of Christ in Portland,. In Jan.,2-6. '. ,. ,, ,fl.:4: : ,
"\\I'I"'I.I.! ':, diana. Bradford Elem'. & Middle Si liix.l'; :;r' :-.i ", ,
..::(. .;;; : The Browns have two children: Monday!Teacher' Planning Day. I \

" ',,:::':" ,Margaret Ann, Rigdon of Jackson- Tuesdays half,cookie Hamburger, milk. on bun,trench; mm,pnir" c. : Iv ,

i-hco ,bust., ,
'" :. Announcing... applesauce, brownie milk. '. .. '
Thursday Fried chicken mashed pnutuee *

>' ...Kathryn Hope Effrain roll gravy, milk green beau, 'cherry fobliler' Hike, hot'' .. '.

'" Mr. & Mrs. Donald Effrain of FrMayi Plea, buttered cons K.T..: "lur.:i-irv, 4r
4' .'. ( Orlando announce the adoption of namon roll,milk. ti,
: their daughter-Kathryn Hope, who- Bradford High School 4 i s' *' .

was born Dec. I, 1987. -. 'Monday Teacher Planning Day. 1. ... !'
Maternal grandparents are Mr. 'Tuetd.y: Hamburger gravy manned putiilaon,
'turnip greens,cherry cobbler cake, cumin-end ? 1 \
A.N. Holliday and the late Mrs.Hope milk. '
Holliday. _Great-grandmother is Wednesday Chill cheese tonal, gur MMrs. O.L. Haynes,Sr., of Starke. pears,cookie milk. '
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Tkundayt Fned chicken rice fc gruvyS'greeq. b 'o'v
'bean,fruit cup, hot rolls, milk.
'Mrs. Donald Effrain of Clearwater.. Fridays Corndo macaroni vhcciu, Millrredgreen .
.1" peas,cherry pie,milk.AIaCarte'.

I: ...Joseph Stahl .. rn
f 'and Stahl of Lake 'Monday t Teacher. Planning Day. '
I Kenneth Angy Tuesday Corndogj, trench trio, hamburger. j
{ '. Butler announce the birth of a son, milkshake 372-0103 4'j' :
'. 'Joseph, on Dec. 27 at Shands Wednesdays Cheeseburger,pizza, trench. trie, OU4-7UOO OLUMUOIUU '
O... milkshakes. :
in Gainesville.
Hospital Corndoga trench tries, piun, "'''''-,
Maternal grandparents are Mr& burgers,milkshake J AN WELLS
Mrs. Ken McChesney of Raiford. Friday Hamburgers trench,fries, :.pizza, CllbVUOUtTORI ,
Paternal grandmother is Mrs. milkshake I
', H Bach day student have a ehelre. at n hid lunch '" .
Geraldine Griffla of Starke.'
salad bar" a-..-eo...., *

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'Jones Funeral Home New Year '
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Starke 964-6200 301 ''South Starke 964-6600

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: :' I :::,/ First ''Baptist Church ,"Living Nativity"
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',, i"U\" : "! i' ,.,<' ,, Program: .Held on Lawn of : Church r Elect ;

MejofccM Living Nativity, an out- Angels were,Anita Carlton, Leslie;! Ricky
door Christmas program presented 'Woods and Amanda Griffis. ,
t4e by The First Baptist Church 'of Additional soloists and narratorswere "
r F Starke this year, used live animals Kristin Pfenninger and Mike BENNETT w R'
In their nativity scene and musical\ Elder.

j presentations musicians. by church choirs and The program was presented three) Chief of Police

nights, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, Dee. 20, ,21 and 22, from Starke
The church Sanctuary Choir the the Church lawn and reached an audience
,Senior High School Youth Choir, an of 700 or more,seated or stan- January 24, 1989 7
Adult Ensemble and a children's ding along Jefferson Street In frontof
1t a- choir made up of members from the the Baptist Church and in the Jf Elected, My Main Concerns Are:
v Young Musicians and the Music Santa Fe parking lot, in the balmy

Makers choral groups, were all call- evening weather, which was perfectfor Work on the Cocaine/Drug Movement In the City of Starke
s ed upon for participation in the pro- the presentations.Lighting .
gram. was designed by David Drug movement and involvement lead to other Crimes such,
Dodge and the set was constructedby as burglary, shopliaing, robbery rape and murder,
Adult soloist was Patty Kay Elder, Ray Griffis, Mike Shemer and (
the Innkeeper's wife; Narrator and Jesse Register. Better Equip Patrol Cars In Use In the City of Starke
Innkeeper was Don Neel, Music Director Herb Stuckey and
Processing crime scenes! will be more effective If provided
Radio Steve
Engineer Sembrohkl ar-
The Holy Family'' was portrayedby with cameras and fingerprinting equipment for each vehicle
ranged and recorded the music, us-
'Rejoice! ,A Living Nativity",. ,
Kim Griffis, Mary, and John ing pelces from the last three
The First Baptist Church and radio station! WTLG-FM joined forces to ';,Tinsler, Joseph. Wise Men were Christmas programs presented by Communication and Cooperation with other Law
present an outdoor Christmas Musical reenactment of the First David Conrad Jim Duncan and Joe the Church,and adding only two new Enforcement Agencies
('hrl tma". The Sr High Youth Choir is shown as they sang carols at the Sapp.: 'Two shepherds were, Tom numbers to the repertoire. Recor The Police Department and Sheriffs Department
losing of the performances. Several Choir and musical groups from the Gross and Ashley Burkhalter, the' ding was done in the Church Choir- eventually work on same cases Communication Is a MUST1'
Church participated in the presentation, which was blessed with balmy( Shepherd Boy was Chris Sembroski, room, using high-tech recording' ,
weather: for Spectators Jefferson Street. at the front Of the church, 10 equipment. '
attend the performance. With thisnew equipment the FORCIDEFOF
church will be able to make quality BENNETT
recordings to be presented on their POLICE STARKE'L
Babies And
New Year
radio broadcasts over station
Year of Young Reader'' 'A New Year is Dawning. WTLG-FM. lid..

Local' hospitals will host the (irstliterary"event
of 1989. On, New I ,
Year'1! Day;mothers and their new Mar il' Ina ail; 3(>f> days! of
babies will usher in 1989 as the Yearof \ '
the Young Reader \ i !'Iumhinl.'i'yourhl.'artt!
'Dressed for their first literary oc- -- Thank and happy
casion, babies will be' wearing "tcw Year.Gold. '
"Read ,to Me" ,t-shirts and given Ballots for City of Starke Election
copies of, the all-time favorite book us SGI N.fae4781t.
and, audiocassette of "Goodnight January 24 1989
Moon", and a washable teddy bear., Kist ,

'Raise The ,mothers a Header"will kits be which presented include ,Are Now Available at City Hall '

8 t-shirt with an award-winning : \J'--'v- 209 Street
design celebrating 1989 Year of the ,

Young Reader, .
The kits will also include couponsfor .. .

Jinv I Trelease's and a "Read refrigerator Aloud'Handbook" _y.r. 'For more'information, come by during regular business hours-

,magnet! ,Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.to 5 p.m, or call the office',of City
"Give US Books, Give Us Wings'' '
is the national theme of the year's Clerk, 964-5027.?., :
'reading' promotion project 18/29 Stchf liOS'ncr ALiquDRs

designated by,the Library of Con.,'
gress and funded by the Library Services '
and Construction Act.,, : '." r
The Bradford County PublicLibrary'
will celebrate the Year of
the Young Reader by redeeming
coupons lor the Trelease book and
providing information on reading to
babies, A 'vHow-to-Read-to-Your-'
Child" workshop cosponsored by, ,,;' : ,"::1',,1' Price Begin' Thruvday.
the Parenting' Education Committee .-c y = Dec. 29th. 'Thru Wednesday Jan. 4th.We're '
will be held on Feb. 13, from 79prn 't/ '. 1041cj ;
in the Starke Elementary, CelebratinisT
School cafeteria. f
Toddler and pre-school storyhourhave Q A Bubbly Naw Year.r I2tt' !
been scheduled for early spr: '
P ing Parents may pre-register their
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children' February. Sue Crumi', MINOM p H
BCPL Director invites parents ,to I TO? mi MlUNMOO
\call the library at 964-6-100 for fur- '
ei / 1
ther information.
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Stemware ,yufyry'" AStt' r

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summer ends and winter approaches -: .,. \\\"ciHIi :
... it is fun to take long walks ," 1-.A.< 'Ii Libbey)/ otMinTiori.,.. .*ti\CK 1.19 < C'OtfOtt rr.( (1'u ri ,N,
,,",, ,' looking for dried materials to place ,.' + I DIM !lI&g/o 75. ML r
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into permanent flower ar 1a ..... Brut
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number of interesting shapes in < ', .. 2.45iLibbey
twigs, seed pods, and leaves that can Warm, )wishes from NAPSt"H.N "
be used if we open our eyes and imagination : \ :-:' : '
while looking 'Any dried all of us and the best' ... Onula: Aili Spununle ,TMK.39947MI

plant material can add to an ar Gold Sear r.c" "Nw"iwa.. TM a. 4.99 U.M
,rangement so don't overlook twigs ,everything in 1989., Creal WesterntSTUfir,, ,TMIK.599TIM | ,
'with interesting shapes, sedges, .IIVY
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weeds.Preser4ing .
grasses or plant materials In a Seagram '. ( inDnlunniu ,,, TM ML TIM Brut rjuin man. TM w 10.99lM M I ICK M'

dried form is not a new idea, it has'' OlniwGilhv iri >'i 1M liiti 8.4S n M i no '.,!nil<*i.NaK..i 1099iMM [

been considered an art for hundreds, Corbett's Tires & Service402 ftp >' Cin ... .,.... l7tUT I Ign BoOm rr Brut vtcut cuvtt .TM>i1599iMMJ
of years. However, with the development disiiiiuRSW0Appkdm K ,wY, n a,. ..ts1 16.952.59at7.ss'F Mumm Extra Dry. ...-_,...7a a IS.99mi4 I IMumm
of some new preservation N. Temple-Ave. 964-6436 RuuKv'UT '
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techniques,', dried materials no MMAI XM WINS> uU"*** K.99M7M .., TaitlwryierBrul Larrancaiseiaa1&99.ais
longer have,\to appear withered and 1 RiNlrkoNl'AN rvR.m Rum',','.' -:1:7s:: : UtM 12.99 TIM r... +
'somber brown. I .w f* t hunJtin I "Meet &
gray or Using Smirnoff Vmlknramcx*. ,MML 5.99>IMGurdon'x horn Tertarwn'Jirut .
today's methods, we can preserve j ,,r.if CnandonCnamapagne
VxIkumnKKW. ..unn A.99iiM '
almost, unbelievably freshlookingplant i JUM/V./W!
NUCiirnik-k Vmlkiiwn xw1' ll'" 999MMSI
parts. 790 ML
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There are two general categoriesof .9 dried materials, those collected in BOURBONS rot. U
'an already dry condition and those ,
picked fresh and in need of artificial Fa1rly'tillK I HUSTUCHV baUN.cYr inn 7.79 fuse I IIkiiiKlv (

drying. Naturally, dry materials m-: b K k lUk,,. ... .. TMHL 9.991/1. | Ifm ::,
elude grasses, reeds, pine and other, lNilFiIgvraldasNaJN I.nurie2.99' 11C I I
tones and most seed pods. Dry + %/BUTTER
materials should be harvested while awr1 c Uk kel..wAi..t7slnw I799M < | 9... HOMEw
they are still in good condition BLENDSCANADIANScriini TOO M. feel ts.rNil'I'1NNIIlHIN1.
usually at the end of their .
growing ( .. 6.4977M ?N 599 ZinfanJef 3"Blue
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season, but before they become a. '"" 773. rr ,..nticleenky '
weathered in appearance., Usually I N.O. CiiniHliun.7Mm. 7,99 nn p "
some grooming Is' all that Is O.r.l', (liniHlliin, uin 7.991. Nun IMrfnumkhGfcn .txa 37944f
for ,dried I i fcSSST"Crli ,xxr 4.aS Ur
necessary naturally Black (lunKliun. 12.99 I .'_ .
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materials.. However' fragile seed ? 171 nt| 117 IrYW/ f' lUfcm Wjf .ESrSouclurd /.u.. 1.99 .
heads, such as those of. pampas ('nivrrr tvlni .. E39f7 iiTM I299T7MI I VO. tree?iu>uHirwy ., S99 7m
grass and mature cattails, may be SCOTCHES '*Brhkil Cream n..n.rr' 6 99 MM

sprayed with hairspray or other Cluny Stouh, -.. ,.,.., ,UTM, 6.99 noI 1Ce
aerosol lacquers or plastics to prevent coin ,
shattering with age. Martini VV.U.a..nouv_, UTM 8.99i. nlCully r,

Fresh plant materials can be dried Surk.. ,,., ,27w r. 999iiiM| yr'a

by 'air drying .or with dessicants Barr HIHJSC Volih. .,?.:;.ITIUTM 11.99 7H.I Or
(drying agents). Whichever methodis *
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flowers or leaves is to remove Dew r'> While atwl; ...:.> 17 UTM 21.991.ta I LOWENBRAUUMTIKM '_
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time maintaining as much of the feet M. t'.V' ffAMaF'HisH nL e
original shape, texture and color; as HUMXU ...7M xu 6.35 71 M 1 299 ilnw 11 75 : ---
possible.Air Benin Trave Amarcltu TW ML 6.59 7iM

drying Is'by far the simplestand Salignac \S. Cognac _.,...7M a. 9.95iil.M
least method used to _
dry leaves expensive and flowers. Flowers Balk?'* Irish Cream ., ._.-....IMML, U.99i4t7B MRuua..raT .. ,' a '

such as baby's breath statice Kahlua f tortit*?.& ?,nim. Il.99i4in ....lNiMGOLD. tike ,.1l.INwNa.e PMt OMCS'VslQ", -

strawflower yarrow and goldenrOdthat Royalc MonlainiV: rpIu*,iS ,li7M"L. I3.991MM 299..,u1175 ()
dQ not wilt readily can.J used. "' l
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bloom. Foliage should be removed .. ".. L__ ...
from the stem. The natural stem on .anadu Dry. Mi""ern.__._""".-T.f tn 77r ..Ma aMN /rae
strawflower should be removed and Coca Ci aaw.ac.oTN.a.lhio.a. ,-.I um 99i 199 F. 7c75, 11 cwN?
a wire inserted; however, this is not .no 'MA'" '
necesary with other flowers men- Holland House OW..D xx."' -_un 1.49 Colt' 43 ;/ Co
tioned Hang flowers upside down in' Holland llowK CiHklall Mhu. ?TwiaJ.49 r's MALT tHJUdl 9%, /__13'r

groups of 8 to 12 stems in a cool, dry Skol MIMB.AU -._ce, .i*,':..-1.S [ \r ... f
,weUvf,! tilated room. Flowers \ 5Sc 2T9 IT MM
Mili.7turn2.75EGG "
,I usually lake one ,to ,three weeks to I Major Peters MOO Woody FOB Mary THE HOLPAYS ......... vc? 2 a.. .... ,..;
dry.When '' I Guvlafsiwi s rwi"sri F.ItS Nu'IC ,9wIT 1.1' MOI SON Y NY[ ,,,
a miprowave oven, it '
Southern Ciimrurl r..ca N"KBordvn'v .. Dun 1.29 :.jY CANADIANS 349 "
will be necessary to experiment with
length of cooking time and length of WILLIAMS JEWELRYIn ('uniH
time that the dried flowers should Mr. R....lnn W! N'M: ::.F:,i:x Ni's .. '''__
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,5-3 Tornadoes Begin Home Stand Mondav Niirht

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Tornado 5-3, the >> -.1 -0--
cagers se-
cond half of their basketball open seasonat BHS did a poor job defensively the Coach Cummings says nis team S..dl.dNlh. IJ M tt, It ,4f ,
home Jan. first half and Lake Gibson just will play exciting basketball this !>UOIbM.rUorl n IT *2. nro1or
Tuesday, 3, with I
District 5A Ocala Forest. scored la ups. BHS did a better job season,. and invites fans out to I II
Santa Ft opponent defensively In the second half, came watch. BHS has quickness and < W.K. i.twry I-I/H. I.tl,. | 74/7 It
Friday Jan.High'comes to Starke within 13,but the lead was just too speed. The team needs more than p.t.n.M.l, .- .WHWio.t70.l4. .,_ .M: l.r. ,. H.IO: I
6. In both games the much. MCIio..l -,/ |>, | k'n.' 4'. .. ,...1..
varsity plays at 8 p.m.,, the JV at Against Santa Fe Christian anything else right now to be patienton .

+ 8:15 p.m.Over Academy BUS started quickly, The The offense BHS Coach JV is 0-1 Cummings, a 2-S11oss says.at .Gibson Ml.h. torXor H/t-14 O the holidays BHS \In
'gia'giaBall played BHS last break was going the press Baker High.roolorrfMlol. a.Mw.Ny57. / .77, e.rll.,hom .-.1.101.1. ,.....,
the .
Lake Gibson Invitational. BUS worked well, BHS got a ,dot of turnovers ii ../ .In..t-5y. Mil 5.27r...., .0-2..sdw,
nit' l
split,' beating! Santa Fe Christian Coach Rowland MUtotontftonMro .5a5n '
Academy 75-89 Wed night Dec. 21. overall pleased with Cummingswas the Tor- roofero1 WortJ.. *onf .-./II.-,.M. I ..II.. I t.'-./.-H.. ,
BHS lost 09-74 to No. 4 Lake Gibson nadoes' effort ;.C..... '.11..I., W..Kudu. Jl/J-IO M..... "
High 8-0, Thursday night Dec. 22. BHS .-./...., N.Chodl.3.1.' T .!'y. 4.I/I.f.f .', ". "
plays its first home
Guard Hosie game .L.hlo 3.31.Sb.N.ld' ',.-./"2. Voiolu, .. : .
Gnmsley poured in against Ocala Forest, which has .. :
7.1-tl/tii7 ,
37 points to lead Lake Gibson. beaten BUS unmercifully in the past ......4 toirlo P.",.h.M.V.......1(-4.M._..,< fi'j: I 1 .
Grimsley, a big time guard ll k.Skw.y755" ,M. '../..*.. f1
already three ori oro'tt/1-lt
years. BUS has yet to play \
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signed with the University, of DoZoyo / *. A l-mih t>/9.. *.tahnMn l4.. 'j;
Fe. ,...... '
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Florida, beat the BHS press almost IX ,
single-handedly. At other times ------- _. ,-- .-.,._-.._ .. ,. .
Wl ['t 4
Gnmsley 5-3. set up to teammatesto .
score. Five Lake Gibson players VI )/ .
scored in double figures. /I. uit': f.\1 l:'

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Peace prosperity, t.\1io:' l-., ,' -1. >. .f.1l' ',' .r." t..
love and friendship. .. """ .zc.: ; "".!. -

may all things that ''
mean a wonderful WaSIIES\

New Year be yours,

? Time to say ;;;

Handler... "Thanks"for =?:..
Eugene Blye look lnelde pvliwl Macclenney.Tbe Tornadoe begin a home your =- -
Und Monday night In the BHS.gym., i We're sending you our best I friendship- '

K wishes for a very happy -
No '
Holidays Planned holiday. Thanks

Bowen Pest Control

For 'Tornado GrannlersThere ......" ,,-, .. 964-5288 .
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Is no holidays for the Tor- 'Winning by a score of 48-22, the! ;' / .M \:. ,
nado matmen. Coach Bret Purdy Tornadoes are maintaining their \,.. --:::p./J-'f I
has his team in the gym each morn- ,i '
supremacy on the mats. The only :,
ing for up to four hours of workoutsand loss this year is to the defending ::...i..... ''", \. ,
practice. His goal is to have his district champion team from Lake --AJ4 .... lj '\v
wrestlers down at least one-weight Weir. '?I7)f/N. :\ ;"

class when competition resumes ( ". & ,' m
January 10. ... M. M..O.nny 22 m .,' ." -
The next match for the.Tornadoes loa-J \
lBrvon: Arthur" by' forfeitl1 : '
is Tuesday)Jan. 10,when the Purple won '..
'ivir) i\1 y
Hurricanes +.Mott ooplo' plnnod By Nibs Ougon. t 16M ( ; : i ) : i
from'Gainesville High > -ion Honltonon tted Men Oujoo. 10.10ISOJohn 'I';,\ \ oJJ"r )' :' I.
,School will visit the Tornado gym. Wlllloml plnnxj Jaml.fr.volt, 1 03 \ \ : '
The wrestlers from the Florida 13*-trod Hamilton doloaiod Shown, Wo,._. 134 (: !\ I S \i f;
School for the Deaf and Blind IM.-J..I l Jocobtan plnnod by Mlka Sloulomlor/ 43.
will 145-Id SlogntuiKl.tochi plnnod' .by William Klngharnv
visit Tornadoland Jan. 12. Thursday: ,. "-0., ( ;
for a return match. "7,132-Raymond Trlmblo' da
The Tornado wrestling team has '17.13.1JAtDo.ld. .',.nboo won .by Ia.I.11. ,Longchamp,Homes ,I ; '!
gained a,4-1 record so far, this "l-rld Oougloi d.l.at.d Ch,.. SOwIng. 116.iM6111 [ ....,... : ; i ,
Hamilton/ plnnad Mlko Fain.' t 21. Building Contractors Furniture.I
season winning over the Macclenny '
Wildcats last Thursday?December, Hwt.D 220-Hlollond.rrtck Shotor long Wan won.by by todoltv lorf.lt. Hwy 301 S., 964-6253

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Hope1 1 It's 3oe days ,.
'" of smiles and laughter!, .J/ .
We hope, the bright t '
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onefor you.'y. : -

'Lake Area 'Your'friendship Is our greatest pride;. *, ,

Glass QtencCas? Shear' :west n' "8 t SffaaettThanks :;

Alan& Fonda Martin 'J"f '-

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last '365 days so nice.. "
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Good luck good .
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health and a peace 1 ,," J ,
filled of I'J\, ,' ',' : .,
year g ,;, ) J' ,
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prosperity.Russell's. ,[f.//' :> ,: .; ':.-.,;' "I
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MYU.Mt""'+'"i Giri1"i. !! Three Walk
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">! 5, 'A: 5 5 il 1 M r I 1, ,i, 'f I1 A1 MCf tYkKt one was injured when a four The'' 63-year-old pilot'' said they,
",4VIIII': "' ta131 "1W4 passenger plane crashed Into a bed were headed back when the engine'
W "'' 5 ,i,<4'1/' "'" ,f" pf2l S. of trees in Camp Blandlng south of began to sputter and'eventually'
7 d: h ,.udN f 1f Middleburg according to Lt. Wilsonof stopped He and both his sons
;..... ti'kr1141YrRlAl'lt'- \, 1 Ih 16f h the Clay County Sheriff's Office. Rodney, 26, and Michael 22,walked l
from the crash uninjured.
:" _,. '...1ItiIll'SIIII! 1. I rs 1 gtdWltt ''The pilot Vernoy Jolley of Starke, away The crash site just east of Blan
0";; a_. f 'I radioed that he was having engine ding Blvd in Clay County (south of
I h1 W' V Jf 1ru trouble at lt'53: a.m.,approximatelya ''SR-16) has been roped off. An official -
r 1* 11. 6 half hour after taking off from the from the Miami office of The
",r1 Keystone Heights Airport When no Federal Aviation Administrationwill
/ d a further word was heard, a search investigate the accident. said
plane was sent and the Fresh Water Wilson
Fish and Game Commission was The plane,a Cessna 175,was builtin
contacted to search the area. 1\\>58. _

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$10 per hour OR learn with a friend for $5 each.

4 Call Mark at,473-4380 or 964-6305
1 1 t Ir Yw Current students Include KHHS team' members.



Top Upperclassmen... r -
These fourth grade tujrnts at Starke Elementary: made. straight A'* on their report card for the second ilx weeks. January 3rd ,;
On the front row from left to right Shannon Wood Jason Thompson Makliiha Willi.....,Rhlannon Boti and (Uaheela Chandler,' I
'From left to right on the back rowi,Carrie Crawford, Sarika Patel, Drew Walnwright Emily Hartley Amanda Bakken." Amanda Welch, Michelle I QSteen and ,
Jams Ilankemon.Biff. '" .HappyBirthday
Reward Offered for Panther Killers" r-- in State I 4 '

Wib.Love. a
Wildlife interests are, olferlng Five Texas cougars were released least one was shot and wildlife of wildlife officials say. '
some $6,600 in rewards for information : near the Osceola National Forest in ficials think a second was killed by a ,'In October, officials found the collar ,
about the killing of three an experiment to reintroduce endangered poacher. Wildlife officials) said Dec if a male cougar. Although the, K., D. & M... waters
cougars released. In North' Florida Florida panthers into, 19 they have no suspects in any of the body has not been found officials I : Wilbur r
this summer North Florida. The cougars are being deaths and are appealing to .the think the cat was shot.
."We abhor these illegal killings," u:>edjt, to determine public for /help
Manley Fuller, president of the whether'the suitable for panthers The most recent death was The rewards announced Dec. 19 include
$:',50o-member Florida Wildlife, ( discovered Dec. 9.'A female cougar $2.500 from the U.S.o'orest
Federation said Dec, 19 in 'a. 'Three of the five sterilized Texas ,died of an infection after being shot'' Service for information that helps in
'Tallahassee news conference. cougars have .died since June. At t .in the' left hind ,leg with' a rifle,' the Investigation. ,
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ElectJOHN FailforS


CHIEF OF 'a good line.


January ,
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''I. Cocaine has'

; D 1 destroyed a'lot of good ,
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people, turning

\ 1 l hfayyoffjindthe' otherwise law-abiding

( door,open to happiness citizens into ,burglars,
\ in the days ahead. thieves. I
robbers and .

Most of crimes ..
our are ... ...- "
v" a result of cocaine Panther'" l linepf and unsurpassed reliability. Not

': ." ,t abuse. It does not have business-phone systems Which to mention stunning good looks (
goes from a 3-line system ideal So visit us, today. It could be
to be that way! for a restaurant or slujp All the the start of(something beautiful..
I way to a 20-lme system perfect
ELECT JOHN HODGES for a sales office Each system) TRILLIUMTheTnllium
and I promise I will $
gifted with advanced features '.'_..........''
work night and day to rid our: city of illegal drug'

dealers..I will arrest them, seize their cars and ,

other assets which: were gained from illegal drug CENTELContact

'. Durrance. Pump Supply: sales.With .
&. Well :. your,, vote, I can assure you of a responsible, ,. your local Centel representative.Tdhn'ayrr.ulrd .
Drilling ,II' honest and qualified Chief of .
Police (Mricm, ..rlc yl Turiiumrtflrphnnr; Sylcm Panther' M*radenurh d'fdkumirlpIn
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East Bradford County, Florida IN THE
I parcel being more particularly described JUDICIAL CIRCUIT EIGHtH Those ''Individual or 'firm -wijhing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD
OF consideration
as follows who have
: previously COUNTY FLORIDA '
r Commence at a concrete monument at COUNTY their p/e-quqlificotion, forms with PROBATE DIVISION
the Northwest corner of the East One CIVIL'DIVISIONCase the%uperintendent'Polhco are invited' to File Number 88-114-CP
IN THE Half of sold Section 16 do so by 12 Noon Monday January 9. Division 1-3992
COURT. EIGHTH challenges the. run N 89 deg. No. .
validity of the Will If 88 609 CA 1969
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'IN AND FOR BRAD the qualifications of the any, 20 min, 57 sec (, along the North line of MID-STATE TRUST 1.1.I Interviews with the five ,molt IN RE: ESTATE OF
Personal' qualified
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Representative laid Section 16 a diilance, of 441.86 feet a Delaware Business lirrni ,will take place on MAE M. JONES
venue or )jurisdiction of to eo' January 9th,,with three
CASE NO B8-539-CA the Court. .. concrete monument: thence run' Plaintiff, selected ((3)) firm being ,Deceased.
FLORENCE WILLIAMS Publication of this South OS: deg. 23 min, 07 lee. W, 105.94 1 vs for negotiation on. January 30 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
Plaintiff' December 29 1988. notice began on feel to a concrete monument; thence run' .CLARA E. LEE 1989. __ administration of the estate of

"II John'H.Jones, S 06 deg. 15 mln. 49 etc E. 261.07 feet to a single Woman and/ ;, The'scope' of the projects will include MAE M. JONES, deceased File Number
FRED WILLIAMS. Attorney for Personal RepresentativeP. Esquire the Point of Beginning; thence continue BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF new construction of primary classrooms, 88- 14.P. Is pending the Circuit Court s
Defendant. O. Drawer S 06 deg. IS min. 49 sec E.301.43 feel to BRADFORD COUNTY, remodeling and expansion' of ad. for Bradford County. Florida. Probate
NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK Starke, Florida 1030 a concrete monument on the South line, Defendants miniitrative facilities, at the elementary' Division, the address of which Is North,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to ((904))964.5701Control 32091 of the North One Quarter (N 1/4)) of the' NOTICE: "OF'SUIT level as well as planning designing and Temple Avenue Starke, Florida 2091.)
the Judgment of/,Partition enl.red In this 0931 SW 1/4 of NE '/"; thence run S 89 deg. TQ: CLARA E.,LEE if alive or dood, her supervising projects; the total of which The names and addresses of the personal
case, dated 14 December. '1988, and I will tchg 1.2/29-1/5 19 min 01 sec W, along the South line of unknown spouse, heirs devKees, will exceed $450.000 Primary ton: ; representative and the 'personal
pelt to the high. and twit bidder for the North 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4'01 grantees, creditors and all othor siderotion will be given to firms who representative's attorney are set forth'
cash, at the front door of the Bradford --- '- -- the Northeast 1/4 and the North''1/4 of claiming by, through .under pdrlios hove offices within a ffty.mll.rodus, of below
County Courthouse, North Tempi the SE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 q distance of, her or against Slarke' Florida, All applications will, be 'All 'Interested persons ore required to
Avenue In Stork, Florida ot 11:00 I a.m., NOTICE 826.08 feet to concrete monument! Whose residences' are unknown. \Considered: and the school board; will file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON-
on the 19th day of,January 1989?the OF SHERIFF'S SALE -thence run N 00 deg. 40 mln. 59 lee. W, Ypu ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that ac select Ihe three '((3)) most qualified" for THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS;
following described real property at let NOTICE Is hereby 330.0 feet: thence N 89 deg. 19 min 01 lion, to foreclose a an negotiation purposes, NOTICE: ((1)I)all claims against the estate
forth In the' Judgment given that I, Dolph sec. E, 498.I 9 feet mortgage on the Jim, Duncan, and ((2)
of Superintendent
thence objection 'Interested
Partition to E, Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford CounT run S 45 deg. following property lr| Bradford County, any on
witt ty Florida,'und.r and 29 min 58 sec. E, 42.30leet; thence run Florida to-wit: Bradford County Schools person to whom this notice was mailed,
virtue of Writ of
All of Lots Thirty ((30)) and Thlrty-On Execution to-wit: N 89 deg. 19 min. 01,, sec. E, 268.78 feet Section 25, Township S'South, Control 0928 that challenges the validity of the wilt
((31) except the North Thre to the Point .of 22 East Range 3tchg1222tSNOTIClTOf the qualifications of the
Hundred ;
said personal
and Execution Issued out of County Courtof Beginning; parcel located in the South V> of the SE '
ThIrty-Flw te.t(N. 335') ol both lots Alochua County, Florida pursuant to containing 5.942 acres more or ,less, 1/4 of the. SW I 1/4 and described representative, venue, or jurisdiction! of
according to she map; or plat of East SUBJECT TO and follows as the court. .
o Final Judgment for Barnett Bank of Including an ..... : SHERIFF'S SArE" ,
'In lawtey the Office ot the of tame the Clerk appears of records Alochua County, N.A:, of Gainesville, ment for general rood purpose across a Commence ''at the point where the Notice I is hereby iven that I Ii; Dolph E. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
of the Circuit 60 foot of SO FILED Will BE FOREVER
Florida, and strip lying 30 feet left of ROW line of BARRED.
,Court of,, against Johnny Flowers'and a county graded road Reddish, os sheriff of Bradford
County, Florida (at Erneitine Flowers and 30 feet 'right of the following'' (which runs Publication of this notice has begun on
same appears of record I In theamo..nt described along the South edge of (he Florida, under and by ,rirtue of Writ of
In Deed December
Book 29. 1988.
of $4,295.74 easement centerline: 1/4 of SW I
SI, Page 409 together with colts intersects the Westerly Execution to-wlf: '
County, Florida.Public) Record of Bradford. of collection the i Commence at a concrete monument at ROW of SR 225: run thence West, along Execution Issued out of County Court, ,.personal Representative.:
Have seized and have In Northwest corner of the East One ROW of graded rood to the where Of Bradford Herbert P.Jones
DATED this my poisesston point County Florida,
1988, 15th day of; December,, the following 'described personal Half of Section 16, Township 7, South, ,it Intersects the east line of SE 1/4 of :3W 0 Final Judgment for DuPanf pursuant Mining to P,0.80x132, ',
property to-wit Range 20 East and run N 89 deg. 20 min. 1/4 for POINT OF BEGINNING. From'' Employee Credit, Union .2273 Meadow Lane
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 1982 Ford Pickup, F-100. VIN 57 sec E, along the North line of said ,P08 continue/ West along ROW 80 feet; Darryl C. Halle, defendant In the! Duluth' Georgia' 30136Attorney
Control 0935 1FTCFIOF7C NA 66218. Tag 670 ERN. Section 16 a distance of 134.78 feet to. run thence North, parallel to East line 0' amount of 3556.03 togetherwith cost '1 for Persona) ," -,'', ,
.2tchg 122'11,5IN As the property of the above named the point of beginning: thence-run S 01 SE t/4 of SW 1/4 250 feel: run thence ,of collection Representative: '
defendant and that on Monday, the 9th ,deg. 13 min 54 sec W. 1333.87 feet: East parallel to ROW, 80 feet;; run Have seized and have In JOHN H. JONES Esquire '
THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH of January, 1989.,at two o'clock on said thence run S 89 deg. 19 min. 01 sec W. thence South to ROW;250 feet to FOB the following described my personal'possession ..P. O. Drow.r 1030 ,, ',,' '" '
,630.19 feet to ,the end of has Storks, Flo. 32091 ;
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR.BRAD day on the premises of the Bradford said easement. been /filed against you and you are rop.rty to-wit: '
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA County Jail, I will offer for sole and sell 'SUBJECT to easement In favor of Clay1' required to serve a copy of your written 1978 BMW. IOS439450 Telephone ((904))' 964-5701.' '., ,
PROBATE DIVISION' to the highest bidder for cash In hand, Electric Cooperative, 'Inc.. dated 7 defenses, if any to It, on the Plaintiffs As the property of the above named Control 0932
CASE NO. 88-105-CP, the above described property of laid February 1945 and recorded in. attorney/ whose name and address is: 'defendant and that on Tuesday, the 17th 2tchg 12/29-1/I: 5
FILE. NO. T-3983 defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution Miscellaneous Book 17 page 251, public Harry M. Hobbs", Esquire day of January, 1989, at two o'clock on
IN RE::'ESTATE OF ; records of Bradford County. Florida. Harry M. Hobbs, P.A. said day on the premises of the Bradford
CARROLL C NUGENT; JR., Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff at public sale, to the highest and best .725 East Kennedy Blvd. County Jo.I. I will offer for,sole and sell
Deceased. 'Bradford. County Florida bidder for cash at the main entrance of'' Tampa, Florida 33602 to the highest bidder for cash In hand,
NOTICE OF ANCILLARY Control 09204tchg the Bradford County Courthouse 'in and file the original with the Clerk of the the above described property ol said
.ADMINISTRATION < 12/15-1/9 Storke, Bradford County; Florida,, ''at above styled Court on or before January defendant to ,.satisfy ,the aforesaid execution .
J 11:00: 0.,.,. on the 12th day c.f January 2. 1989; otherwise '
The undersigned, as personal 1989. a judgement may be 'LAMP OF JESUS
'representative of, the above estate,. entered against you for the relief Dolph E, Reddish, Sheriff
h.r.by give' notice that an ancillary administration ''laid WITNESS,my hand and ofl.Inl, seal of .demanded In the Complaint or" Petition .Bradford County, Florida CRAFTCONSIGNMENTTues.
Court- thli,16th-day of December, WITNESS hand and the 4tchgl2/22-l/l2 I ( Sat.
for the estate of the Decedent IN THE 'CIRCUIT' COURT OF FLORIDA. 1988. my .0101 sold 1O-5:3O)
CARROLL C. NUGENT. JR., Court on December 1.1988.HON. Control'0928 S locally hand made
now pending as case number 88.105-CP CASE NO 88-558-CA < Clerk of Court'' Control CLERK' CIRCUIT COURT' NOTICE I Is hereby given. that on Monday home grown frozen blueberries
In the Eighth Judicial Circuit Court .,in' T.J.MANN' and 2tchg 12/22-29 ; 0915 January 9, 1989, at 10:00: o'clock e
Control 0926' 4tchg I 2/8.29 :: consignments accepted (20%)
Bradford County, Florida. NELL MAN..his wife, '0-\\ '.. A.M., the undersigned GATOR
The name and residence' address of' Plaintiff,. --, ,', ,. FREIGHTWAYS INC./will sell at public, For more Information call
the ancillary personal representative vs: ; NOTICE OF INTENTION'TO ,-,- auction tot cosh at 2600Lloyd Rood. 064-7109/964-5898
"lore: .. REGISTER Jacksonville :V ?.
Caroline R. Nugent'' PATRICIA LEFEVERS. fill wife, FICTITIOUS NAME ,, ', PROFESSIONAL. ARCHITECTURAL' .one lot of light bulbs consigned to N,
'724 North Avenue Pursuant to/ Section 86S.09. Florida. American '
? Defendant' SERVICES BY Phillips Lgtg.,1 Atlanta' Ga.S
: Syracuse, New York 13206 NOTICE OF SALE Statutes, notice is hereby given that the COMPETITIVE SELECTIONThe eon. lot of light bulbs consigned to Marvin STARKE I-

and the nature and approximate value Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant undersigned George Houston*'Sr., and Bradford County School Board l(Walker Norcron, Georgia CHURCH OF GOD
of the ancillary assets orb.real estate of to' 'Summary Final Judgment of George Houston Jr.? 7625 Grand Mesa Starke,1' Florida,' In 'accordance with to satisfy freight and storage charges,,
,$ 5OOO.OO. Foreclosure entered herein. Iwill sell, Circle Keystone Heights' Florida 32656 Florida Statute 287.005 shall conduct, under the provisions of Section, 4b( ) of 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
All Interested person shall file withthe the property situated In Bradford County joint owner, doing business under the 'open competition In the selection of a Uniform, Standard Bill of lading.: John Spratlin Pastor'We

Court named above, within three Florida described os-follows:, firm name of Houston's,, P.d, Box 1292., Professional, Architect. 'Gator. Frelghtwoys. 'Inc. Invite you to worship with us.',
months of the first publication of this A''' parcel >of land situated In the Melrose' 1'10.,32666., 'Intends to register. Selection/ shall be based upon, but not CarrierPro. Attended
Nolle, ((0)) all claims against the estate ,Southeast One Quarter of the Northwest said fictitious name under the aforesaid. limited to:capabilities,adequacy of personnel -, 'j 15-347897 dtd 10/3/88 Nursery9exieySdsod
and (b) any objection by an Interested One Quarter (SE 1/4 of NW 1/4)) of Sec. statute' post record and experience,' 04-461818. dtd 11/15/88' .'rd-v.li44itl.ti.ri; lOam
person to whom ,:,otlc. was mailed that icon ,16 Township 7 South, Range 20 Doted this 16th day of 'December,, willingness to meet time and budget re Control 09332tch91229.15 Momkig Worship ,.rrgronr.'rv': ''. Hans ,
1988 In Bradford County. qulrements, location and recent and Evening Sentae ,t%, ?..,., .;',.'.. Ban
Control; 0929 4tpd 12/22.1/12' 'rent work loads __cur-_ Wednesday Youth .......,,_..'.. 7:901'mCI

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For All Your Pharmacy Needs -I.1f, (located off 1 too S, toward Keyjto'na.itake I W. Junk ft
of Starka flintier. I'oliH In nnloii, lili )h >> luul'Klnilm-s slit, meets. .1 I Buy Salvageable Cart
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ELECTION There ,are 18 dedicated/qualified police officers,

I, R, E. Biggs, Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke; employed by the Starke Police Department. It's ";,'I ''. ,/,,' ',' ,,''<
Florida by virtue of the Authority vested in me by law, do herebycall time they had the dedicated/qualified ,{,,:]a(" ,''' ;. ',-;\\J. '/';;,;# '" '.,' ;".'

fof q First Primary Election to be held at the City Hall in the leadership they deserve. :, $h' "!',. /" "I'" .'
aforesaid City of qualified voter on Tuesday, January 24, 1989, Is'hf'11'I; : 'J'i.\,,/',) ,ilr/.' '" ." ':.
A.D.;for the purpose of electing the following officer: \{" o, ,,,'" "i"';11', ,
Vote .1'1,0/ .", r-:'
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(TERM EXPIRES, SEPTEMBER 30, 1489)REFERENDUM) Charles B. Belcher '



The City of Starke Charter Subsection 6 ((0)) Is hereby amended

'to read, as follows: .


Commission Is empowered to employ and appoint a Chief of January 24,1989!
Police and a police force, The City Commission shall prescribeand -
regulate by ordinance the duties, terms of office and salaryof pd. pot adv. ixrrA 13/22 i/i omesteadExemption Notices Mailed...,

all police officers. Valerie Shuford left and ''Shelly Bowen, Property Appraiser's Office
REFERENDUM 89.2 Staff, are preparing homestead exemption notices for mailing this week J

THAT ALL CANDIDATES OR APPOINTEES FOR THE r Homestead Exemption Renewal. Automatic ,
Homestead exemption notices for The homestead exemption notices
SHALL POSSESS MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AS 1989 will be automatically renewed if will be mailed Friday Dec. 30, and
POLICE OFFICERS UNDER FLA. STAT. 943.13)) -a resident still occupies the same. "
The City of StarKe Charter SS 6 ((0)) is hereby amended to add s1 ''rrf 'home as in 1988.Property most should reach home owners '
Saturday morning Alvarez' ,
; Appraiser Jimmy says
the following: r s Alvarez says the automatic renewel ,but unless you have a different address "
'was made possible by a recently you don't have to return a card
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSf POLICE CHIEFS: No person shall 5 i enacted new state law. It will save to the appraiser's office. ,, '.., ,
serve as Chief of Police for; the City of Starke unless such! person money on postage, save people the 'This automatic renewal covers on ,-,',;:'. "I; ('
has satisfied the minimum'qualifications' requirements for police May,..our'wish trouble of returning the cards t6 the ly the renewal of an existing ,',' "
943.13 Florida Statute appraiser's office,and will prevent ahandful If builds ,
officers: pursuant to for a prosperous of forgetful persons from hOmestead a person a' ti
house of moves to a new house
INSPECTORS FQR(SAID( ELECTION. : New Year touch having to pay hundreds of dollars in the .
must come to appraiser's office
Lucille Godwin / ,. .Margaret Williams ) additional taxes when they fail to ,
in the first year. After that, it I
Clara Colson '. Bernadine Early each and qvery,one return the homestead notices will person be automatically renewed,

Agnes Dinkins -, ",',.' \,' V.", I I Margaret Moore of 6iTr friends. Alvarez.A number says,of north Florida coun- 'Alvarez says.Agriculture. ,',' :',"

Oleeta Hardenbrook ',, ties ,are going to the automatic exemptions,. Ap- i,: )
ALTERNATES: ,"' ', 1 ..4I renewal. this year, Appraiser pariser Alvarez notes will not be
Lucy White ', Ida Shaw Alvarez said, including ,Bradford- automatically renewed. Cards must '

,CountyJ. be_returned for ag, exemptions ,' ,1 '
CLERK: '. -

,:' >'YKay)' "Carter; :,;: ,', .,,::, .' ." August Land Sales : wnv; roll
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In Testimony; wheieof'ihereunto'subscribe; I, : my name and 05

,cause November the Seal 1988 of,the I\D.Town" to be hereunto affixed this 15th day of Total $1.686. Million ; 1IAugust 'j: ; ;a

R. E. BIGGSMayorCommlsslo'ner ,Douglas BatteryMarty land ..sales in Bradford month in a row that sales have ex. """.::::l\iIf\ W!
: 'County amounted to over $1,686 ceeded the $1 million mark. : 'f, "

.(,ont""CI93O'' ATTEST; Neil U Tucker &: Sally'Gotts'and Children million over, with the$100,000 three transactions figure. going from''Values the of amount transactions of documentary are figured ,,'

h.121"1/1t City Clerk 9647911 Land transactions this summer tax stamps affixed to deeds recorded ,
have, been brisk this is the third in the office. of the, Clerk of.the,. !
yII If" ;'''Circuit Court' at the' Courthouse''On.,,. .. .( "" .
'Iy sales of $1,000 or'more are con-'
,sidered in this report.: '.'
Largest dollar amount in Augustwas
a tract on north Temple Avenue,
1 which sold for 162500.Described as .,
lots 1,2, 3,.12, 13 and 14 in block 2;
THE BIGGEST SAVINGS lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9,,,block'1; all of
blocks 45, 6, 7'and 8, in the;
Pinehurst >Development of Rolling'Estates
it was sold by J, E. Milligan' ,'.
to Ernest E. and Vanessa M. Triest. ='. ," :''l"'
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William E, and William E. Nor- .i'',' ;"
man, Jr., to Clayton L. and Teena ,', ':"
Faulk, 36.35 acres partly in NEY4 of '. : II:'

YEAR NWV4 and NWV4 of NE'/i,section 10,, .,,
I I OF THE T6S, R22E, $150,000., :
Benjamin Y. Saxon and Sandra''*
Kaye Acre on to Ronnie C, Davis <
231.76 In sections 29, 3031 and"" "'

32, T7S, R22E ,With a portion of, ,

Hampton'Other sales Park,recorded$110,500 in August" .1:

$2,000 Cash Back. Extra-Low Financing. follow: ,R I
Belco Enterprises to Frank K, and :,\ \-';

...... Elizabeth C. Abdulla, parcel in ..' ,..;, :. ",,1\; ;' ,,
NWVi of NWV4,, section 26, T6S,, ,.' ,',, ,
Check' ,out Terwillegar Dodge Prices on these units *..... R22E, $18,100.Jeremy ( ;.j i., ,: ',', "
Sean Bayer I to Mark E. :
and Theresa C. Glisson lots 1 and 2, r"". '.' ', '
block 4, Security Homesites a sub- !,' "
$1,000 Rebate 1989 \
$1OOO Rebate on '1989 D-100 on ,division In NWV4 of rwl/4 section 3S,, "' Jtkirti.\:: .
T6S,lInE $19,000. .. r ,,1,1', ..\ } '
Dodge' Truck DAKOTA TRUCKS Bradford Land & Cattle Co., Inc' /"'";' ,. <:.t; \11'
to Roger L, and Nancy L. Mitzel; lot \ : ), 1",
'' ,28 River Bend Estates, Graham .''i',1':: '',.",.':' ,:
131" V V-6
:wheel Base, 318 -8. Air Auto Trans.. 3.9, Eng., Auto section : ,
19, T7S, R22E,32000. ,", :
Trans., Air, Power zjewell H. Brown to Len $;ugeneEaves '. ; I ,
Steering, 6.5 acresd in NW/4' of SEV4, '. ,Ie
section 12, T6S, R21E $13,000.: 1 ',, ;'
$12,495PlusTa Donald E.t\' Jr., and Martina Dee '" ,
Champion to Thomas R. and Susan I"" ,

: $11,495 insgggsrf A. Derkman, parcel in NWV4 of ",:,:::.,:. ;, :,,:." )
..SWV4, section 29,T6S, R22E, $43,318. .;
'$ Plus Tarf Bob L. and SaratkB. Cooper to ,, '
.- ::1OOQ ''John M. and Madge A. Miller, lot 6,1., ,: "
block 2, Pinebreeze,' in NW/4 of.SWVi ,
; r $1,000 wmm
Rebate ft I section 26, T6SD;' R22E, '. ,. ,'
It'' '
/ $31,000. ,
Rebate s Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay ,
Dakota to Gerald Griffis Construction Co.,. ,.' ,' ',,\,
Inc.:, lot 44, Keystone Club Estates,'' .' :'1:":"', :: '"
Unit 1, replat$5,200. "r.+.ryw, '. '1\,"\
'89 Dodge Ram $2OOO Rebate oh, '89 James F. and Bonnie v. Cowart to ':I\,('\ 'jflll i'\\),:\\
$1OOO Rebate on Sara J.Newman,parcel in lots 4 and '."'(..:'\ :;: .
I50/2SO/350, Van 5, block 8, Temples :Addition to : ,'::,' +i';'".',
Dodger "
r Grand "
Wagoneer jeep Starke, $11,500.Andrew "
a Rebate, -= r* Ram a Richard 1... and Carolyn S. Cragg, lot ",/,' : ,"
\ 12 (unrecorded) on Sampson Lake; ," ,",''\, ,. '
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25O/3SO _.,_,, section 27, T6S, R21E,14900. .\'' :: :.:..,.,
: :L"3 Excludes Gilbert Q.,and Lillie Bell Crosley .
//I-- -. (* to Kenneth J. and Melody M '
'" Diesel Plemons, parcel in SEVi, section .7,
T7S, R22E, $8,500. ., ,
.Thomas R. and Susan.A.Derkman'' "
___. A to Starke Seventh Day Adventist '
I \
Church, parcel in NWV4 'of SW'/4," '. ,\
h3REBATES section 29, T6S, R22E,53000. "
Harry Planert Faulku.-'" JrJ\. to ,,,\ '
Susanne Faulkner, 3.62 acres in '
NEV of NWV4, section 28, T5S", ;':,"'1 ':': .
SELECT' R21E.$32,166., ,
ON CARS', ,' ': "
Charles K. Fuqua II to Leslie and d' ,', t;, II,
.'Sandra A. Moss, 1 acre in NW'/ of '.' I
$500 Rebate: on LeBaron'' Coupes$5OORebate SEV4,section 25, T7S, R21E, 52500.' "
on : George and Willmina U, Garcia to '. .' I I. .
rt '
William.Jr. and Vivian L.'Axler lot -
Colt, Wagons $5.00 'Rebate S, Hidden Hills, Unit One,section 24; ,.', ', ,,"
T83.R22E, $13,800., "
,>,, ,
'89 Eagle Summit :" '


'$ 5 0' .0 Rebate $4OO d PUBLIC ol HEARING' ,," ';
Rebate on '
; '89 New Yorker Landau The Boord of County Commi4.ion.rs of ,'
I Yorker Bradford County will hold o public hoar-
89 HorizonI & 89"C' New
Ing for the propotvd closing of a portion ;
,of SE 41 it Torroc at lt. regularly '
th.dul d board m_ling on Jon.9.1989
af 10 a.m. In the Brodford County Cour-;; .,
thou,, Stork, Fl 32091 ," : ,
Upon equett of adjoining property, ,
'?'i'"P/' "
TERWILLEGAR owner, the Board will hear public '. !.1'' xt.",,a,
testimony and consider the doling'of / ';' o"" ,\' ,'i\.
approximately 615 feel of the south po"I" "\"
,lion of SE!41 si Terrace theobutte parcel ?at; .v;.\d

Chrysler'. Plymouth Dodge -Dodge Trucks Jeep e Eagle, 'Inc. number 060SS-00100. 06054-0-00000.06051-0-00000 O605S-o-OOooO, .;" ,",: ,.:"11',,

'141 W.l\fadlson'Street' -* Starke ((9O4)) ''964-9OOO or 1800448JEEPOpen 06050-0-00000, and 06050000100. '"
< Mon.-Frl. 8OO a.m.-5OO: Closed on Sunday All Interested parties or. Invited toappear '
: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., : p.m., Saturday
before the Board to give Input Into -:
this decision.



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Jerry Wadsworth Jr. is Driving a Customized. Tour Bus = _

For the Biggest Names in the Music ,Business '

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By Mark Frledlln get my choice of who I want David Lee, Roth tour so much 1---
BCT Staff Writer drive now." says Jerry who Is that have put In'a special request
It's a dream come easygoing and unassuming for his services again for a 1 T--..
I Hampton's Jerry hanging out" with some new tour 'this time as, headlin- k cW ilt
elbow to elbow with the biggest names in rock ers. -
the most famous stars In The, group's popularity has
world of rock music as he highlight of his job so far been growing at a fantastic I.: .;
a tour bus for a early last year when he' pace," Jerry says. "As soon as, .
touring company. chosen to drive a cus their ,new album came out 1L t (
Jerry was home at his tour bus for' the four ("Open Up and Say Ahhh") and f f
house in ,Starke ,for just of Poison who' were their;hit single went to the number -
hours..several weeks ago the country as ,an ; one spot ("Every Rose Has '\. I ,
shared some of his Insights act for David Lee Roth Its Thorn") their ,managementmade i
the people behind the, ( lead singer with Plat the 'decision to put them .HIi:&'
relations and advertising sellers Van Halen. he split 'out on the road as a headliningact. k' r'1iii
big-bucks environment of that group and had a best That's not an easy decisionto
fessional music. solo tour of his own): make. Many newer groups
Jerry.got his Job three Jody."I Roth and Poison who were like Poison are comfortable'openln'g'
ago from a company bigger and' bigger' : '. for.' the established"
Kissimmee. Fl. which as their singles rose in stars like David Lee Roth for two
izes In ,providing charts embarked on'a' or three years before,they try to
touring buses for some 56-stop tour of giant pack a crowd In every night on All the Comforts... and Then Some... ,
biggest names In the In the country. ,Including the strength of their material. Jerry shows off the customized Interior of the POISON tour but which" has been drawing.<< lots .(attention,and
He has driven for country performances at Madison But" the, success of ,their new' plenty of frenzied tans on hit tour across the US. I
stars like Willie Nelson Garden and Jerry was See Page 43 The but b packed with every possible piece of equipment needed for life on the road.
was first starting out In his Immersed I in the com -
'career, then drove for of keeping the ,
.' groups like Starshlp show,on time in the i .
INKS as he became one place and all with the. ,
top drivers for the amount of stress .to' ,SPRING 1989 CALENDAR '

,Prestige Tours Inc. performers themselves who Santa ,
Fe ,Community'College I
Now Jerry Is the driver a special existence, J COMA :
most seniority In the to Jerry. "
'and was even able to The, members of Poison en STARKE CENTER
,Job'" for his younger brother: Jerry's: stewardship on the,' "; ,
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the SFCC,Starke ,Center,(9645382. SMOKED NICE ft SLOW ft FOR 16 TO 24 PEOPLE ,ry:; u,,. ,'. .,"25.00DRUMMETTE FOR 16 TO 24 PEOPLE <*, :,,, .'36.00 OSCAR MAYER $O98mty

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Course' Chicken Drummetivs Barbecue Sauc. COCKTAIL SMOKIES.' .
and Lemons u
Spencer Marine L.Corps Smith Pvt.whbse 1st former Class $1 R99 FOR 8 TO 12 PEOPLE ,',. ,: .,., '17.00 Smoked Ribs Barbecue Sauce

guardian is, Marilyn ,E Duncan of FOR 12 TO 16 PEOPLE ,.'. :... .'20.00' fOR 12 TO 16 PEOPLE'' .. ,". '28.00 H/-D $369
Lawtey, has graduated from theUS. j EACH FOR 16 TO 24 PEOPLE .. .'. .p'25.00 FOR 16 TO 24 PEOPLE . . '36.00 COOKED HAM u
Air Force law enforcement,
specialist course 'at Lackland. Air'
Force Base Texas.* ,
'Graduates of the course studied INCLUDES HAM VERY pY -s 1
general law enforcement duties, tac- BOLOGNA, SALAMI < PRIC< L
tics weapons training, physical ap- CHEESE.* ONIONSSANDWICH TOMATOES LOW
prehension and restraint and earned
credits toward an associate degree, tii'I I
In applied science through the Com ara
munity College of the Air Force..
He is a 1988 graduate'of Bradford, /1W1
High School
:Mark Patray ,Wr
Completes Course EACH
Mark T.:,Patray has completed the' Ih1'I'\
U.S. Army Warrant Officer. ,Entry I \ I '
Course at Ft. Rucker, Ala, p I IT
The course provided standardized .' HONEY CURED I L
training in leadership, ethics:, comnunlcative' ,
arts military" history,,
structure of the Army land,naviga-' HAM
lion, and support Ions

'Minnie, $379LEI.

,graduate, of Bradford High School "

''Three',More'CougarslIeaded .

cougar 'trappers'have captured .CIS o. THAN GROCERIES ON YOUR LIST
three more cats to replace FRIED. [ | sconPAPER SPAGHETTISAUCE
three that have died since their experimental $499. 10 W 40. 20 W SO. 30 W or
CHICKEN 'tux TOWS 10 W 30
release near the Osceofa M. I I_ THRIFTY ,
National Forest last June. MIDUI DILl k MAID max mum CASTROLTURKEY'
Tom Logan, head ,of wildliferesearch .ARTS/FLOWEAS T 'WITH..EAT protection
$ O69 Chi C '
for the Game & FreshWater DECORATOR 6 9 MUSHROOMDEL 9 9 againstviscosity -
Fish Commission, said an BREAST u 'OMIDUI JUMBO '32-oz. '
adult male, adult female and sub- ROLL JAR and *
adult male will arrive in,Florida by thermalbreakdown 99
the first of the year'We'll TURKEY $-129 STYLE'
be doing lab work on, the I 89C 54c TtTa
animals and will release them into BOLOGNA La ,CATSUP : . 1:;L, GREEN BEANS .,. c N ,
the wild north of Lake City '

said.sometime"They after will Jan., like 22 the," Logan other ,ALL VARIETIES DEL, MONTE '89e79e CREAM DEL MONTE or WHOLE KERNEL 2' 99c'I I I Did I I Did I

cougars we've" released into the COCA FRUIT, COCKTAIL CAN CORN '. '. ... 'LANs la 1
wild be sterilized to prevent them 'S"'I'!
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from breeding." COLA2LTR. SLICED or HALVES p
Of five 'cougars released by the DEL MONTEPEACHES : DEL MONTE
Commission, only two remain alive. . "CAN" SPINACH . IZAe: : 30 minutes of color
The cats are part of an experimentto 95
determine the area's suitabilityfor :The gr'itoil cartoon library
( reintroduction of endangered DEL MONTE CUT 99e MUELLERS THINSPAGHETTI ot ol lime to now yours al
Florida panther.The BTL. GREEN BEANS r. <2 'CANS . .'. 'P rtt 69c _, "arediti1esavings.'SESAME .,
Commission's Wildlife Alert
Reward Association is offering a THIS WEEK ONLY! ,
reward, of up to $2,000 for Informa- .
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addition, the Florida Wildlife
Federation., and Congressman Occidental Bill ChemicalCo. Grant BUDWEISER ::::$499 GREENS Foghorn $

are offering rewards totaling $2,100 BEER ., . c- 3 $ Leghorn 399 _t
for information leading to convic- ALL VARIETIES 79 1ig ; a Tweety Bird
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TAYLOR CALIFORNIA $Q99 CANS 1 .lie ssaucnwl
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Auditions to be held for "The American Dame"

at Santa Fe Community College Jan. 10 &>> 12 Christmas Gifts
-. Need to be Exchanged?

'Try-outs for '"The American citizens to come to the With Christmas just a fond
tryouts and the
main month
Dame" will be held campus in the of
at Santa Fe
take part."Laura explained that she March. memorythe other true!:! meaning of
from and Community 12 in the College Boardroom on January 10 has already been asked, whether, Dr O'Connell is ennihuslasticabout the season falls upon us::. what to do
SFCC students have first priority on with all those gifts that don't fit,are
the. ,
$199DENMARK celebrating"The American the emergence Dame" Is a of play the the parts "That Is definitely not thecase" Dame not only play,provides"The American historical the wrong color, or just plain gaudylLet's )
she said emphatically "This review some consumer tips to
American woman and the who perspectives on the role of woman
men is not just for college students. 'The' help you during one of the busiest
played 4 crucial part in her develop- through the ages, but does ho in a
American Dame' has times of the yearthe days after
parts for as
The vastly entertaining combining
will be
play way
many as fifty people, since it traces both drama and Christmas when everyone races to
La-Z-Boy the Bradford High School woman's development from the comedy the stores for refunds.....
auditorium in mid-March. Copies the play are available' fora
pro- Garden of Eden down Many people; both the gift '
434 through the
W. C.11 duction is pre-reading at the Bradford Coun
Street joint sponsor centuries and
411 w. M.di.on to the present time. receivers, are not aware that
Street ship of ty Public Library and be taken
Bradford can
Community Or there Is Florida federal law
964-5826 April O'Connell added the fact out no or en-
overnight For further Information
9645827if. Players and SFCC: that the play will be taken to SKCC's feel titling them to a refund. Most stores
to call Laura '
Laura fonti,
*"vrrl> i 5 30 Sat "so Bradford Conti, representing the Gainesville campus for,a one-night 964.8498, do give refunds of course, but It is
A > oo Community Players, Is for to each individual
F.ct C.n D. showing college classes In con- up store to set a
B.tter .t D.nm.rk Furnltur. emphasizing the open try-outs "We junction with the month-long FOCUS return or refund\ policy.
are encouraging Bradford County ON WOMEN activities Ih.tl pnaif\ Hopefully, all of you have ,been

.wise._.__..shoppers____"__,__picked_n_ 'u stores_ ..with.
suuiiu truMumer; service policies
and, above all, SAVED your
receipts But what do you do when a
gift needs to be returned The Dept
of Agriculture and Consumer Ser
yices suggests you can handle this in
one of three ways
Some stores will grant an .exchange
cr H'KMWl of the merchandise (or even,
c 'a refund) without a sales slip which
means :you can takeback the unwanted
,.,. or Ill-fitting Item yourself.
U.S. CHOICE WHOLE But many ;tores require proof of
purchase, so YOU'll need to ask the
giver to handle the return or ask the
NEW giver to surrender his or her sales

HICKORY SWEET W-D WHOLE HOGSAUSAGE YORK.. awkward receipt ,tor(This some last people,choice'because is

the price becomes known to the rect--
SLICED BACON pient.> ,
STRIPS Now that you're armed-with a
sales receipt,what happens?A store'
may give you a cash or credit: re-
fund; or.'you be offered
may an exchange

QUANTITY RESERVED.......RIGHTS. !: for a purchase on; the merchandise in a different or department credit-
n.a wwCVST But some stores offer '
no type'of
$ -GOOD'THURS.WED.- refund, 'at all. (Note: a 1978
., $ .$ Florida law requires stores offeringno
refund to pmt a notice)
DEC 29, 1988 AN. 4, 1989 If the item came from a store witha
posted "no refund" policy, your
STORE $297 only recourse would be tOask, so-
meone in the customer service
HOURS department to grant an exchange or
8 A.M. credit for the purchase of other merchandise
TILL Many stores will consider
doing this if the gift item clearly has)
L B. 11 P.M. LB. not been worn or damaged and couldbe
'" L resold. ,.
Keep in mind the vast'majority of
mere are more willing to
BACON .. ... 'L& 98< ,. ''. oo' 'La $197 STRIP STEAKS . : '...'.*4"WO ,help you if you have a problem or:
consumer complaint. And the first
place to turn is the store's internal
customer: /service ,department' for.
SMOKED PORK BOSTON BUTT But..'if all else fails;remember the
Department of Agriculture and Con
HOG JOWLS SPARERIBS PORK ROAST FRESH sumer, Services maintains a
4..3. ,. customer complaint section to help
kK you. If you have been misled,
PRODUCE treated unfairly, or need information -
.49 $147 $1"7 you ,can get assistance by
y writing to us at the Division of Consumer
LB. LB Services. 508 Mayo Building,
'Tallahassee, Fl 32399-0800; or call
W-O LEANS \\110-342.2176. '

. PALMETTO CHEESEtt3l..W.,.1QJ GROUND S 97 ,w, ;,SMOKED,.... .... ..-w.... -. $ nr-VENT HARVEST FRESH VUE ,

$ 99 BOLOGNA 12o 99cRIBLETS' .88HINUTf t If you were the lucky recipient; of a
ENDLESS SAUSAGE uW or FRANKS . SIZE . .v La $158 dish garden, potted flower or foliage
this Christmas,
O BRAND WO WO BRAND 10-LB. 'plant you are probably

SMOKED PORK $119 GRILL $299 BOSTON BUTT $'67' BAG care, for wondering your "living"IiCt.how you/: .should Most,

NECK BONES. .'oo nTHRIFTY FRANKS .I. SIZE PORK STEAKS LL homeowners kill their plants with''
kindnessliterally, that is1!
11i Teihoe Over-watering and overfertilizingoften
cause more problems than 'a
F S FLORIDA FRESH lack of these essentials for plant
PINK or WHITEGRAPEFRUIT growth Keep the following ideas in.
mind and your plants will be with
cilAVEFAUn ,you for many years to come
MAID n 'k Z First of all, there is no such thingas
ZGe_ a house plant' plant intended to
BLACKEYEPEAS I $148HARVEST grow inside a home, office or other,
r&v1ir! 5-LB. building When plants are grown indoors -
1 BAG several restrictions are imm--
-- y posed upon them. Lack of sufficient
.light and low humidity are probably
the' most severe, restrictions but
AY I temmperatures can;also be a problem
I I"n -
ow PR ce oWpR c 1 : FRESH Many foliage plant prefer a

.' CABBAGE relatively strong,filtered or diffused
; .7 ', light. Places' near windows or light
." ..\:' fixtures are ,usually suitable but
12-oz. .' !. avoid direct sunlight or very dark
19 areas of the home. Flowering plants
CAN Y ,, such as mums and pomsettias'will
ow Pa,t LB ''stand more light than foliage plants
and should be place in bright areas.
Watering is one of the chief causesof
failure with plants In, the home:
tVIMTDAY LOW miCI MAH HAIVIST'fiSHAllVARITIES especially for containers which don't
ORANGEJUICE have drainage ,holes.' Generally
DANO'S GOURMET $199 YOENLILOONWHi'' 8SC ', ''speaking, most house plants will require -
HAWAIIANPUNCH PIZZAS .-. .. cut. I :a thorough'' soaking,once, .a
week Water only when necessaryand
THRIFTY MAID 49 don't let the?''pots 'stand in
SHOESTRING 2, 8.Be 64-01. $1 HARVEST FRESH saucers of water unless' the plantsare
POTATOES . nS SIZE CARROTS III' 29 very tolerant to excess water
O. . sin Overwatering can kilt and plant
79 COLLAROS MUSTARDS or ,QUARTERSFLEISCHMANN'S HAIVISt 'fiSH roots and increase chance of disease
46-OZ. DIXIANA ACc and eventually kill and entire plant.
CAN .SJO KIWIFRUIT $100' 'Most. plants
TURNIP GREENS ., & ILL 9ge grow well in
MARGARINE ., SIZE I2O temperatures of,60 to 70 degrees,
W1NN.DIXIE PHARMACY WILL BE FOR Don t place the plants in drafty loca-
CLOSED DIXIANA SUPERBRAND tions where sudden' changes in

BLACKEYE PEAS ft?: $115, CREAM CHEESE ,Li, 89 plants temperature close to occur and don't place
NEW YEAR'S DAY radiators- or air conditioners
Proper fertilization Is another important -
------------ of
WINNDIXIEPHARMACY, I Il FISHERMANS plants Follow'part all growing The directions healthy on
( s' the container so that you don't
% overfertihze your plants. Too much
I I I HEADLESS 31/35-CT EXTRA LARGE ,LIVE, ,.He*, fertilizer. can eventually kill yourplants.
''I WHITE_, MAINE Watch for the common symptomsof

: OFF tIID SHRIMP LOBSTERS as foliage follows:plants troubles which are

$300 OFF! 1 ,Brown tips or burned margins of ...
1 W l, $799 leaves..caused by too 'much fee

1 1 ANYNEW.TRANSFERRABLEOR I MANUFACTURER'S $599' or tilizer wind plants burn;dried out temporarily.

SUGGESTED RETAIL ON ALLPANTYHOSE LB. Yellowing and dropping of leaves...
REFILLABLE PRESCRIPTION I cann be caused by gas fumes, chillIng -

1 COUPON GOOD DEG 29JAN. 4. 1988 SELECT or STANDARD Overwatering; poor drainageand
NOT ANY OTHER OFFERWE ; OYSTERS $ 99 FRESH $ 78 poor aeration;
1 WILL NOT KNOWINGLY BE UNDERSOLD l2Gct 23 IZ.. 4 Weak growth or light green or
1..1 IN SHELL '. loa OYSTERS . cur yellow leaves.. indicate too Intense
light, lack of fertilizer or a poor root

system..Wilting; .. too much heat. lack. of

water Spindly or growth root injury and:-small- leaves- -..

CLEAN STORES AND QUICK CHECKOUT too temperatures.Follow little the light.above. or tips. too'and high give

your plants some "tender loving
care" and they'll be with you a long
time.Iccetnhcr't9,19Kx .


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I GET THE B c WITH: : ", album has been a big surprise

'< '<" 'r for everyone., It's exciting for'me ., it c
[ :- : GULFPRIDESUPER because the big rock groups
;{ play In all of the finest places
and travel to the biggest cities.
:, It's been great,"
'J L A typical performance Is'over
by about 11 p.m.,', then the band
members usually stay out for
: PREMIUM several hours after the; show
t W tprd hobnobbing with fans local radio
Gul/pride. personalities and other
r /OWIyO ''r sup.. Pr.mluts MOTOR public figures ''and the public
_-_ OIL relations people In each city .
who .do.so much for a band's
,; i'' success or failure.
: Equipment 'men pack up the
tons of sound equipment and
i stage props that, go Into each w
,,' ,, show then after the postconcert -

,:', Give your engine the best and you'll get the best from your engine. festivities Jerry settles behind 01"(',.,_"..'",v, ,
: Gulfpride Super Premium SOW/40 and 10W/30 motor oils the wheel of his customizedrig '- 1IIIII.t'; ._
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for a long night's drive that "' ", .
the anti-wear m : :'::-. 1'7'-! ....
fOm'lulatedthZDP, G .
specially one of toughest agents.: sometimes lasts well Into the 'S'.JkJ ,;: '; ,f'; "
smooth. Get Premium .. ; ., .: ,, I '
Keep your engine running Gulfpride Super next it ":
day. .
motor oil. "The band members usually "" .-.. -,": :.. .... ,.",. .,.. .,.. ,
sleep all day then start waking .;. <...,,: ,. I '

REGISTER OIL COMPANY, INC. up noon.sometime.'Jerry says.late "In"We the arrive after at -, ; : "r
our next stop set up and do It allover
308 S. Thompson 'Street 964-5888 .again. It's not quite as' .1 \
and Title Please...
Wholesale Prices, to the Publlc, -.Call forPrices, glamorous as some fans believe, Sue thb
but we have'some exciting times Jerry and the band member enjoyed life In fut lane aboard
for Lube Oils. Tires. Tubes "'on the road. It's a different type customized tour bu-,but the band..baa plan for,an even more lavish one for I
their' upcoming: tour*headltnen with Jerry back a*driver.MAYTAG .

ELECTRIC RCA of life fast-paced'and exciting I
M CHEF GENERAL 'hope to keep driving for a long
time." .
Some of the most exciting mo-
JClJtls 'ments come when the band ar-
iJ118S1" rives In a new city to play and Is
: "greeted" by hoards: of adoring
pN : tl-4I1t : fans at each stop.
l: '"See these dents along,the side
GAS & APPLIANCES PriCe. ,'t/ ifWero.' oC,the bus?","Jerry,asks. They'
for were made by people poundingon.
Yofofjon' the the bus'trying/to, get the'
Comp ,,t ifJ group's attention. This group
le stores'cJetaiS has really i been taking ,off and
the'fans'are'responding.. It's a
blast '!" .
And what about all oC.those' '
stories In the. press about the
wild and wooly parties' crazy
lifestyles and fast-times enjoyed,
by rock stars?
"Well., most of them are quite
true, according to Jerry. who
says his"charges" act Just about
like any group of guys In their
early 20's would be expected to
act on an 'all-expenses paid trip
around, the United States with

SAWYER CELEBRATES the New Year with Huge Savings on Top each loads.sfpP1")0',(of money coming, In at
n '
I; Quality Products. Here ,is a Preview of Our Fantastic 1989. Line Up. ., ??lots fXba'tnieaha;; of, girls, and lotsp..gOOf lots of parties.times.,'

although Jerry says the four '
members of Poison interest-

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PRICED POISON tage wardrobe Including
,linger Brett VUcfi ael's favorite' q?
.different personality:types .
= Lead singer Brett Michaels; a
........... :IIF w'a 'I't 'I Gibson current poster star with ''long
a a a blond hair and a style reminiscent ,'
: I AUTOMATIC CHEST of David Lee Roth'Is''the
DISHWASHER I1i FREEZER i current teen heartthrob'and a
$,mlrt, ) "real party animal on stage" but
t ncuooa o \ changes, along with the drum-'
mer.,Into'a pretty normal guys
'when they're off stage accordingto
JJ61 Jerry.' .
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C.C.DeVllle and bassist Bobby'
Dall (the "brains of the band according ,
to Jerry) live their lives
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It's been an exciting career for
Jerry so far,, and It won't let up
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STORE HOURS. ,." APPLY lining tour Is about to begin.
s Their hit single "Every Rose'
MONDAY S SAWYER i'j Has It's Thornhas an accompanying
video currently being
THRU SATURDAY shown on MTV and Jerry even
SAM-5PM'' ( has a brief appearance In that
w mn' production. Watch for him
90 DAYS SAME & APPLIANCES standing the doorway of the
S1500 BUYERSGAS NOT ALL ITEMS IN ALL bus about midway through the
STORES four minute production., '
TO QUALIFIED 1103 S. WALNUT ST. PH. 964-7701 PRIOR SALES EXCLUDED. "IVe met some wonderful and

LAKE I BUTLER 250 S.W. 9TH AVE. 496-2564 interesting' people all 'across
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News Briefs _.. .


Traffic Court Finals 'Ladarren Keith Leverson pled Charles Thomas Ulbelter, :io, of Traffic
Daniel Rosa. McClcllan: 23 of Harold Bishop IV 18, of Starke
guilty NVDL; Tri County Probation Lawtey was arrested Doc. :20 for A. ,
In Bradford CountyThe 60 days to do 20 hours community violation of probation for burglary of Clyde Byrd, Jr., 25, of Keystone Starke was arrested Dec. 2.:! for was:arrested Dec. 24 for DUI,according
following individuals work, essay on why should not be a structure, according to Investigator Heights was arrested Joe.:. 19 for expired UWLS, wilful-wanton reckless driv- to Sgt. Hayes. Bishop's blood
peared Dec. 20 in Bradford : ap- driving: David Aderholt. IxNlbvt- tag improper tag, driving ing, according to I'ulrolmun Mack alcohol content was .15 percent. He
Court before Judge George County'Tramc Judith Gwendlyn Rakes pled guil- ter remains' in custody under no while license suspended fUWl.S". Short. Bond was set at $477,75, he was released<< after a $500 surety
carrying a concealed firearm and was released on his own bond >.(1.
H. Pierce where their cases received, ty unlawful speed; fined $128, Tri bond. possession of cannabis tl wan po"t<<
final disposition,' County supervision six months, $132 Patrolman Susan Wilkerson according ) recognizance.
Williams Ernest court costs. Steve Griffis, 32!, of Bushmill was Bond
,'Jr on a
was at$1,500, he wan released on
failure to pay fine for Rakes pled guilty violation of picked up from Clay county and arrested his own Christmas Clearance Items
unlawful tag alteration} placed on restriction on' driver's license; Dec 22 on four,capius charge recognizance! I

Tri Carolyn County Ann Probation.Williams. guilty no dismissed.Rakes pled guilty expired tag; Tri, 'leg Deputy worthletis'Rhoden.check Griffis, according who has to Temple Kenneth Terrace Bernard was Madison arrested, 22 lice; of, Mean Bargains For YouWhile

valid County supervision six months $50 been sentenced Clay County was
driver's license (NVDL) 23 for DWLS
: according to Lt.
presented valid license, case 'court costs. ,released to Alachua County William Tillotson. He was released many of your tiest !shopping stores will be planning lIak Think
dismissed. Rakes pled guilty DWLS; fined authorities to face charges<< there after a $215.25 cash bond opportunities started as early as about buying children's coats and
David William Padgett pled guilty 111.25; Tri County supervision six was posted. December 15, when some stores parkas one size larger for next year.
driving while license suspended months. Levy Dexter was arrested Dec<< 27 Joe 'Darnell Davis :31, of began marking down hrlstmas sup After Christmas is also a good
Lynn Lenward Silcox' pled guilty on capias charging possession. Hale Lawtey plies, the real clearance begins this
(oWLS); fined SlU.25Tri County was arrested Dec. 25 for driving 'time to look for home improvement
Probation six months. DWLS; $50 court costs. and delivery controlled substance, under influence (DUI week. Leftover cards, wrappings, supplies 'such as paint and hardware -
Jerome Rome Alexander pled no William Vasco ForsytMH charged according to Lt. Sammy Eunice. license, according to Patrolman expired E, 'decorations, and toys can be /snapped / If your home needs modernizing ;
contest DWLS;, fined111.25,., Trl with permitting unauthorized Bond was set at $10,000, he was W. Wilkinson. Davis' vehicle up at half price. The items may or winterizing: you will find that
County Probation six months. minor to drive and unlawful tag; released on his own recognizance. stopped after it wan observed weaving was- look shopworn at the counters, but inside projects can be done 10 to 15
David William Padgett pled guilty .dismissed. on the roadway, his blood alcohol 'tuck them away in a safe, dry place percent cheaper in the fall or winter.Or .
Forsyth pled no contest DWLS Howard Louis Johnson was ar- and they will come out looking fresh
,DWLS; fined $111.25, Tri County, ; content was .15 Bond stock up now on cut-rate supplies
Probation' six months. fined $111,25. ten days in jail. rested firearm Dec. 12 for possession of a. set at $750, he was percent.released. on was his as the higher priced products nejtt; for spring decorating.
Cecil Rodney demons pled guilty by a convicted felon according own recognizance. year. If you are looking, for furniture,
DWLS; fined $111.25. MisdemeanorJames to Deputy Barry King and In- As for other post-holiday bargains, look harder now. Stores mark down
Robert V*. Osborne pled guilty Michael Williams pled no vestigator Aoerholt, Johnson was Donald Day'Simmons of Starke'' cocktail and evening 'dresses are .discontinued lines at this time to:
NVDL; fined $111.25. contest battery; $100 court costs. seen walking in the Pine SL area, was arrested Dec. 22 for DUI,according often marked down right after make room for new 'lines to be introduced
Debra Taylor Chotrow Willie carrying what appeared to be a gun Christmas. Men's winter coats and in January.
pled guilty Norman to Sgt. Gerald Hayes. Simmons'
pled guilty
and. in onort
Sues was stopped by the deputies suil'Should) hw oimnlv and
driving under the influence (DUI) ; possession of ; $50 court Johnson blood- alcohol content was ,20 per
fined $437.50, license suspended six costs, attend BUGC for drug testing: with was also charged Dec. 16\ cent. He was released after a $500'
violation of
;months, attend DUI school, 50 hours 1 and treatment, violate, no laws, Tri theft with bond set probation at $5,000 for Dec grand 19 Surety bond was posted. :Su-El's Retirement CommunityWe
community work,Tri County supervision County Probation one yeanJimmy
Johnson released ,
was his
one year. Carrol Lee pled, guilty I recognizance. on own! at Su-El's: Retirement would like to thank families>
Chotrow pled guilty DWLS; lined disorderly conduct, resisting officer\ churches organizations and. private individuals for
$111.25, Tri County supervision one without violence; Tri County Probation
year. six months, pay$100 court costs, making this a successful 1983. May Cod Bless You!'

James Leroy Andrews {pled not violate no laws. C;. I AU.m.nl tommuniiy '1 R.tt.m.nl. Hetry.A .

guilty DWLS;' all. costs suspended, David E. Frazier pled guilty issu --4 1: J: = small ot"-'ot" In thY......convnurtflytoo w.comrwniy .
dismissed. ing worthless check;'$50. court costs; a Su-Eri.W. u i hv.Su Ers RMIwrwilHorn ,
David William Padgett pled guilty restitution of $23.65. taw writ.*M rooms"tor..* *.A lfcn.0
DWLS; fined $111.25, Tri' County. Lula M. Cuffee pled no contest issuing .... Ind.p.nd.td..ntors.. M horn"tar union. the motHkuno
Probation six months. worthless check $50. court ,II*aul.t...,lngw hatamlto ( *with upcrylilon,
Lewis Chester Vansyckle pled no costs. tciJM nmMplMn.M Wt glvt personalized C4r..
contest DUI i fined $437.50, license J. S. Howard charged with issuing '8u-Eri M oar"homing, 24 hr.upwvukxi-hot mMktondry
six worthless check $100 court MIIIM,mitt and laundry I urvic-day,wK
suspended months 50 hours community } costs, I .
work, attend DUI school,Tri case dismissed. Restaurant wvlcMwtthi24hr.nwgxKy brig twm way.Crw.d
" County supervision one year. George W. Cruce pled no contest .lyiimMMhcptlonal. [46826191I t'd5ga""tilntaid., CPR/
Zachell A. Wilson pled guilty 'trespass after warning; /suspend all Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine i
PWLS; fined $111.25. costs, dismissed. mile South on&U. 325, Hampton *L Sue Lou WalkerMOUNTED
:::'\ ," Harold Cunningham pled no con James S. Waters pled no contest 1900..ji T mpl. Starter., Florida 3209t
test unlawful tag; fined $111.25, ten trespass after warning; suspend all ,
days in'jail, Tri County Probation cost, dismissed. TO-RENAj MOTEL
one year. Joseph E. Wilson pled no'contest For f s'-rvaioni': or l bk out .ord.rs' call:; ge.t.7681'Happy Start 1989 Off Right .

Cunningham pled guilty DWLS;: trespass after warning;' costs',' With New
fined $194 ten days in"Jail con-'. 'suspended, dismissed.,

secutive. Tri County Probation one Carl E. Griff pled, no' contest New Year to'All Our Friends & Customers! Tires
.year. trespass after warning, dismissed, "
Cunningham pled not guilty' flee- costs suspended.Glen 1 WE'WILLDEOPENNEWYEAR'SDAVz'CLOSED, From
ing to elude Griffis pled guilty failure' to + 1'1 frtt"All
attempting police; case > HI" II I I I MMMM MMM I I l | l''_ CORBETT'S
dismissed by the state. have child attend school;;. six mom- > '
Cunningham pled guilty* reckless ,ths court probation, costs waived. ON MONDAY! Tires Made

driving; fined $300, .ten days in jail, Paula Griffis pled guilty failure to Tuesday-Friday Lunch: 11 a.m.,230 p.m., In the Good
Tri County Probation one year. have child attend school; six momma' ,Dinner: 4:30 til 9:30: y
Cunningham pled guilty failure to ths court probation, costs waived. 'OleU.S.6fA,
Saturday:4:30 til 9:30
Darrell Polk with p.m. pjn. r
,display vehicle registration produc" Wayne charged
; Lunch> Sunday i 12 Noon til 2:30 Dinner 4:30-9 pjn.: H
ed valid registration, fined 111.25, littering; dismissed. 4 ; TRUCK TIRES t ,
Tri County Probation one year Liza Runion Gibson pled guilty lit- i
',c Cunningham pled guilty unlawful tering; six months court; probation, GRAN PRIX RVS*
speed; fined $304. costs waived. 31x10.5015LT'31xll,5015LT $68,00
Willard Leroy Thornton pled guilty Neil Golden pled no contest bat- AND
DUI; fined. $437.50 license tery;, fined $111.25, stay away from $75.00 BALANCED AT NO
suspended six momths,' 50 hours victim violate no laws. 33x12,50-15 $87.00 ECTRACHARGE
community work, attend DUI Gary Raybun pled no contest improper
school, Tri County''> tioit' one exhibition of firearm;; ,I Front End Alignment
year fine in six months.'Jl'' d s mis.ed. coa sp.waived. 95wpurchaae
*<:iRbbrofahTulgraW'Brtri5Cd I: inalh.e.ae.elwras. lambs ass ....-*" '. ...
no ""*? C*"attui' .i< v<'', .. .., :! t Inspect: uapenvton A steering eystent. For-moat' ., "
contest expired tag; fined $111.25. ecent ArrestsIn American can. Front wheel drive and Chevette f tires
Edward Allen drover pled guilty Bradford vehicles extra. Parts extra.
DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended County TFN-a .
six months; 50 hours communitywork ''The following individuals were ar- r TULLER BRAKE SERVICE Up To 15'x8"
attend DUI school Tri rested local authorities in Brad-
County by shoes resurface
Chiropractic Center Replace pads or : 95 WHITE SPOKE
Probation one year. ford County drums or rotors; pack bearings; 49 ::
James Ray Harris pled guilty Keystone Heights Office bleed & adjust; road-test most WHEELS,
DWLS; produce valid ,license and Kevin ''Dean Underhill, 23. of American cars & trucks. Metallic Front Or
pay $50 or pay $111.25. Starke was arrested Dec. 25 for 260BrS.: Lawrence Blvd. parts extra when required. Rear28 each
Robert J. Vanden Houten pled no unlawful transfer according to N6 HIDDEN COSTS ON'DRAKE SPECIAL .
contest DWLS; $50 court costs. Patrolman Danny Thrift. Bond was 47,3-7213 '
, : Elliot Keith Joyner pled no contest set at $250, he was released on his RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED
DWLS; ordered to produce valid own recognizance. '
license and pay $50 court costs. P155-80R13 $35.00, $29.00
Joyner pled no contest unlawful William Charles Bridges, 28, was P175-80RI3 $39.00' $31,00
speed; fined $124. arrested Dec. 23 for, discharging '
James Alan Richardson pled guile firearm in public, carrying a pistol I PAIN CONTROL P195-.75R14, $42.00 $35.0O
ty DUI; fined $437.50 license without license improper exhibitionof P205-75R14 $44,00 $37.00
suspended six months, attend DUI firearm and possession of mari- Headaches P215-75R15 $48,00; 39.00
school 50 hours community work, juana, according to Patrolman Gor- Nock 8 Arm.
'Tri County Probation\ one year. don Smith. Bridges told the officer Md Back'Low flffltINJURIES P235-1 75R15 .$50.00' $43.00
Diana Marie Smith pled guilty expired he had been robbed and was trying Back & Log ",
tag; fined $111.25. to catch the guy that robbed him and Air Conditioning *
Gary Wayne. Sutton pled 'guilty> he messed up. Bridges was released ,: 6.95

DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended after sure bonds "totalling $4,500 Service ,Special
six months attend DUI school, 50 were ) DR. ,RICHARD C,TULLER .PLUS FRF.ON
,hours community work, Tri County '
1 .
,Probation one year. ; : James Eugene Barnett, '36.c'of CORBETT'
Norman Raymond Viggiano pled Starke was arrested Dec,' 24 for CHIROPRACTIC CARE

guilty refusing to accept and sign trespass after warning, according to 'WHEN YOU NEED IT-
,summons; dismissed. .' Patrolman Jeff Johnson. He was
Tire Service
Viggiano charged wth,unlawful released after a $500 surety, bond 24 HOURSADAY.7'DAYS &

speed; fined $84. was posted. A WEEK
Ernie George Masey pled guilty U.S. 3O1'- Temple Ave._ Starke'
Dean Victor Singleton, 19,' of
DWLS fined $194, Tri County Probation
six months. Keystone Heights was arrested Dec. Office Hours: 964-6436
Joseph Karl Gerhardt pled no contest 23 for possession of less than ,,20 Mon=FrJ. 8:30-6:00: : p.m.' Sat. By Appointment VISA MASTERCARD'
DUI; fined $437.50 license grams of cannabis, possession of -
suspended six months, 50 hours com- drug paraphernalia, according''to
munity work, attend ,substance Patrolman Harvey Rhoden. He was IIAPPV'NEW'EAR 1
,abuse school, attend DUI school, Tri released after a $500 cash bond was,
,County Probation one year, pay fine posted. FARM INSURANCE.

,within FIIP.! _six Troopers months., -

.Continue License, Vou've, got a lot invested in your f equipment And when
Vehicle Inspections Special, helpat your,machines don't workVyou dont either' ) That's why 'it

Bradford Florida CountyThe Highway Patrol will makes sehse.to buy'farm; products' .you"can be' sure about.

be conducting driver license and. From,Gulf.. Get superior 'performanceniotortoils like Gulf

vehicle inspection checkpoints during home. Super Duty Plus and high quality Gulf Automatic Trans-'
the week of Dec.30 through Jan. '
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CR-231 V
CK-125 CR-229,
CR-221 CR-230 and CR-100A i fluid for modern tractor syfterns. '
In Bradford County.Recognizing r+I HEALTHCARE .. Instead of, just buying'q
the danger presented ,
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equipment Troopers will concen- SUP insurance; Only from Gulf.
trate their efforts on vehicles being 1uIomaIIC'
operated with defects such as bad i

brakes, worn tires and defective .
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forcing the equipment and driver Nurses' Aides
license laws of Florida while insur-

ing the protection of all motorists. 'o'ccupational1'herapist.Speech 'OIL COMPANY INC.

Union County Therapist, ,

,..,, The Florida Highway Patrol will Physical Therapist 308, S. Thompson Street 964-5888

be conducting driver checkpoint license dur-and Social Worker "(M.S.W.) Wholesale Prices to the Public Call. for Prices
vehicle Inspection --- -
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I: Obituaries' 09.39-4:30: : SAT 1

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I B. Jr. Mrs. Nettle MoodyMrs. Frederick Watterson '-
Henry .r/II; + "Sd&er 9rr.a.grown .CoUtciliUitjoumtt
Henry B. Easterkng, Jr., 78, of Nettle Sparkman Moody 76, Frederick Lambert Watterson, 65,, .Atc.uor9/ l ptfyKu .tout Acc.sb
Keystone Heights died Wednesday, of Bradford County, died Monday at of Starke, died Thursday, Dec. 22 in E-Z
Dec. 21 at Whispering Pines Care the North Fla. Regional Hospital in Bradford Hospital following a sudden -' INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE!
Gainesville after an extended il.
Center In Starke.
Born and raised In Hickory Flats, lness. Born Oct. 9,1923 In Hampton, Mr STOREWTOE '
Miss., Mr Easterling moved to Born in Jacksonville, Mrs. Moody Watterson was a lifelong resident of 1320 N. Temple Ave, Baldwin Brass Excluded Sale Ends Doc.31'
Keystone In 1967. He served in the lived most of her'life in Bradford Bradford County. He was a member' Starke' Thanks to all our valued customers for a great
U.S. Navy during and retired County as a homemaker and of Pine Level Baptist Church, a CMS ,
from the Navy WWlll Service. member of Emmanuel Baptist Mechanic Leaderman with the Fla. 9647783Buy 1988........ We appreciate your patronage and wish you a
Survivors Include two daughters Church. National Guard,a veteran of WWIIin healthy, happy and prosperous 1989.
Nancy McIntosh of Jacksonville and Survivors Include her daughter, the Coast Guard, a member Of ; Here ,. Pay Here CLOSED JAN.1 a :2 FOR INVENTORY,
Anta Coleman of Hampton;;: his Margie Dobbs of Lake Butler; her American Legion of Starke, a We Finance .
sister, Rose Mary Miller of Jacksonville brother, Harold Shiver of Spring City former member of Bradford County $04 m oust. A :Specialty:; Gift Shop
; his brother, James Easterlingof Term.; three grandchildren and Farm Bureau and the Cattleman's' '79 Storks fto. $54-8547' -
Chrysler Cordoba
California; seven grandchildrenand one great-grandchild. Asociatlon.
five great-grandchildren. Graveside funeral services will be Survivors include his wife, Mary One Owner Tu-tone - -
Funeral services were held' Dec. held Thursday Dec 29 at 2 p.m. at Ella;' his son, Johnny, 'and two $495 Dn. E-Z
26 at the Chapel of Archie Tanner McKinney Cemetery with Rev.Fred daughters, Mary Louise Wattersonand Payments MONNA NUGENT
Funeral Home with Rev. Norman Johns officiating. Archer Funeral Marcia Culverson,all of Starke;, Realtor-Aisoc.
Suisse officiating. Full military rites Home of Lake Butler Is in charge of two sisters, Dot Mitchell of Keystoneand '82 Datsun 200 SX N's 1025 N. Main St.
burial was in Keystone Heights arrangements. Harvene McMahone of Menden, FL
Extra Clean 111 High Spring
Cemetery with Archie Tanner La.;and two grandchildren, Erica & REALTYra]
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Anthony J. Podejko Garrett Culverson of Starke. $495 Dn E-Z Payments 32643

arrangements.Mrs. Anthony J. Pokejko, 68, of Starke, Funeral services were held Dec. 24-Hr. Service,
died Monday at his home, followingan 24 at Pine Level Baptist Church with '
Rae Dent IngramMrs. extended illness. Rev. Roman Alvarez and Rev. Alton 84 Renault Alliance Bob White
Rae Dent Ingram, 84, of Born and raised in Avoca,Pa.,Mr. ,Dobbs officiating. There will be Like New Office: ((904) 454-SOLD ((76S3))
'Keystone Heights died Dec. 20 in Podejko was a Staff Sgt. in the U.S. military rites at Crosby Lake $495 Dn. Home: ((904)) 964.4833 454-3675
North Fla, Special Care Center in Army during World War II. He mov- ,Cemetery, Arrangements were E-Z Payments
Gainesville following an illness, of ,ed to Starke in 1983. handled by Jones Funeral Home of Moving to or from Gainesville? Let us help with our Multiple
several months, Survivors include his wife Lillian; ,Starke. THIS WEEKS SPECIAL Listing Service.We have access to hundreds of listings at our
Born May ,7, 1904 in Columbia, four sons,Anthony J.,Jr.and Walter ,' fingertips.Just look at some of these great deals. Call us for
S.C., ,Mrs. Ingram moved to Podejko both of Mastic Beach, 83 Dodge Aries more details. .
Keystone in 1970 from Miami,where N.Y., Richard of Shirley Long Classified Ads $395 Down
she had resided since 1923. Mrs,In Island N.Y. and Brian of Daycare Center 30 Acres with; High Springs
gram was a retired school teacher in ing.; Get Results! E-Z Payments' Facilities with Santa Fe River' ,Area 3 BR 2 BA
public and private schools in Miami; Davis of Engleton, Ok and Ann Sut- 4BR. 2 BA 2-etory Access$2.5OO.OO A-Frame on 2
a member of Keystone Heights Com- ton of Starke; and ten grandchildren home in city ''Acres
munity Church, the Keystone
Woman's Club, and the UDC Gen. Memorial services were held Dec. Bradford I limits $87.5OO per acre $45.900.00

Joseph Finnlgen Chapter. 22 at the Chapel of Archie ,Tanner
Survivors include two nephews Funeral Home of Starke. 'Chiropractic Center
Bland Ware and Dent Ingram both
of Keystone Heights: three nieces Mrs. Maxine Bell Strong ,Starke Office S CECILIA A. BALDRIC M.D.
Columbia ,
Patty Lee of S.C., Bettye
McCormick of New York City and Funeral services for Mrs. Maxine ,218 S. Walnut S't.Next .
of Texas. Bell Strong of Lawtey will be held \
Marilyn Hollingsworth Id the Chamber of Commerce PEDIATRICIANannounces
Funeral services were held Dec. Saturday, Dec. 31 at 1 p.m. at St"
22 In Keystone Heights Community John Missionary,Baptist Church in 9644957PAIN
Church with Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin' Lawtey with Rev. Herman. Johnson, the, recent opening of
officiating. Interment was in Glen- officiating
dale Cemetery in Umatilla Fla. Burial will be in Peetsville her Starke Office
under the direction of Jones F'uneraiHome. Cemetery of Lawtey under the direc-
tion of Haile Funeral Home of CONTROL
'In lieu of flowers;the family re- Starke. Headache .Primary Specialty: Newborns & Children
Survivors Include & ,
quests donations to the Community Mr. Mrs.:
Church. 'Truman Strong, Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Neck&Arm INJURIES Secondary Specialty:Adult Medicine
Strong Mr. & Mrs. Cleve Mc' Mid Back
William Henry Jones Queen and Priscilla,and Mr. Andre .Low Back t Leg Wo* Related
O'Neil, all of & Mrs.' ,.Sports Accepts '
WilliamHenry ,
services for
Funeral''Jones, 84, of'',Jacksonville Rubin Thomas and Edith of Starke;' Personal S Blue CrosS/Blue Shield,P.P.C.Insuranceand I
SFC & Mrs. .
were held Sunday Dec. 11 at the Raymond Brewingtonand Auto Accidents
Hardage-Giddens duardiann Chapel, Mary: of Sarasota; Mr. & Mrs. Medicaid InsuranceOFFICE
on' Edgewood Avenue with i Rev' 'Jessie Miller of Ft. Pierce; and Mr. '. DR. W.'DAVID.SIKES
I Garry Broward officiating. ,,& Mrs.John L;,Reid of Albany, Ga. DR. RICHARD C. TULLER HOURS:

,Foster E.,Whitacre '
Mon. .. 'Fri 1-4 Saturday Call if
for the past 50 years, was a ; Emergency .
retired employee of St. Johns 'Foster E. Whitacre, 71, of Starke. THE TEAM APPROACH
Shipyard and attended the Baptist I died Sunday, Dec. 18 at Bradford 864 N. Avenue, Suite A
church. Hospital following an extended il' : CARE WHEN YOU NEED rr (Across from Pizza Hut) I
lness. 24 HOURS( A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK
Survivors inclujde his wife, Min-
nie Lee Jones; his daughter, Muriel Born and raised In Antioch;Ohio, 964.4957''- 24 HOUR BEEPER'Office 964-3295 755-2441.752-2689 I
Knight; four sons, William Henry Mr. Whitacre also resided in
Cleveland, Ohio, where he was Hour Mon-Fri 8'30-6'00 0 m SatBy Appointment '
Jones, Jr., Robert R Jones, Dewey
1 Merle Mixon and William Delmar employed as an engineer by'the "
Mixon;; two sisters, Lula Mae Marshall Ford, 'Motor Company, until his ;;' ", .... .r f'\lNt'\ >lv"nOfrt ,"
: and' Bessie Harrold; ,his retirement, in, 1974. He moved to \\ I ''';'''. ,. .br Aii ." io,1'Ce..I&S-; f
Starke jn 1083 and \\appv.New, r ..i.:) ,
>I" brother Dr. George rR.:'Jones; 9 was a Protestant. r t:t:.',t .I:1 1Ot< ,
grandchildren and 11 great Survivors include his wife Ruby; '.r I
grandchildren. and his son of West Palm Beach. May joy surroundthe I
Services and burial arrangementswill
be announced at a later date by homes of all our RE"r
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of valued customers.

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etc. 964-MI2., TFc. BR. V' bath new heat! pump carport $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. TF Owner will 'finance '$20001 Acr..
110 VW RABBIT) 4 door diesel. fenced back yard nice neighborhood NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum, Phone 964-7771 ai 964-4537 10/20TF i i

468-1505. TFrw $325 per month lease t deposit, measure 24x36" $.50 eoch. Great for SHORT. ON CASHTT NO Down Payment ....INVESTORS,..,
HBJ 964-8073 631 W. Francis St. I2/1TF patching and repairs TELEGRAPH. 135 land I Package
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COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. rempi.'Ave' ,. furnishedone
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long wheel base, must serf. 782-3281 BR. t air mobile home with set-up: 1 acre--up. ''
2tchg 22/22-29 conditioning and covered potlos. 1 mile' ALICIA HAY In rolls under born. Delivery 'Many with large oaks and bedroom' 'opts., fully occupied with oiv excellent' occupancy: record,,'

194 MAZDA long bed ''truck with to downtown Starke964.7198; 4/14TF available Arthur Gasklns, 782.3727. UNDERGROUND (No. Mound) septic: Healing A cooling unit In each opt. Selling price$147,500 with assumabU mortgage
TWO 5/26TF of $11),708,91/4" Interest rate. Paved parking to.
camper top. Excellent condition. $2900. BEDROOM unfurnished house, tonkslI' I I .
Call 964-3543. Itchg 12/29 CH&A, $225. per' month, 964-8848 on OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533-2474'..'. 9/29TF RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964-8878 GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA) 292' on wafer and extendingto

,1'7' GMCi long wheelbaseton; good eve. 473-3621. 128TFIN PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR CHANNEL CATFISH S ACHES CLEARED.$15,000, Call) ((904)) Hwy 21. 7.17 acres, $165.000. Property can be divided. Into two 100' lots,
condition. 5332474. 12/29TF COUNTRY small bedroom frame or catch your own. $1.50 Ib.. $1.75 261-0032. 4lpd 2/8-29, $65.000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,000.

? GOOD 400 FORD ENGINE: $250 OBCX house, carpet. Available" t Jan 89. Call dressed. Also fingerlings for stocking- CROSBY LAKE LOT, Cleared .100 It, on water, Reduced to $ 17,000'

,,,964.2227.2tpd 12/29-1/5 964-8602 after 6 p.m. for Info. TFlmm| ponds For more Info 964.6471, Hwy .....HOMES.,,,,.
1t7. CORVETTE' with Mop, $7,000 FURNISHED DUPLEX APARTMENT at 202 100 South behind Pine, Tree, Inn ROAD 230-Et Two story CB ft frame,3 B.R,1Vi Bo. REDUCED! 40.900

964-5812.1Fc. Broadway St. Will be shown by people 12/22TF COMMERCIAL' OWNER ANXIOUS! .1872..f, frame home on H acre, located on SR 229 N ot
1. It" MAZDA: longbed pickup truck with at 204 Broadway 2tchg 12/22-29: i OAK. FIREWOOD FOR SALE cut and split PROPERTY Raiford, PRICEDTO, SELL! S 28.000

topper, 9 speed t air condition runs TWO i THREE BEDROOM HOUSES $250 $35 for pickup (truck You haul. Richard. RENTLEASESALECOMMERCIAL LIKE COUNTRY Nice hornet! Come In and take a look 01) this 3 BR/Bo) frame
good good tlr... $2950. and $275 plus security, Call 964-5377 Hall 533.2632.2tchg 12/22-29 ..
4734508. Itpd SHELLED with concrete floors( carpet formal dining S living room eat-In kitchen
after 5:30 12/22.29 $2
: p.m.2tchg
12/29 per, 'pound
." 177 IMPALA THREE BEDROOM CH&A, screened 9645640. 2tchg'12/22.29 BUILDING FOR RENT breakfast area, family room utility room, located on 5 acres of fenced land.
motor good
.. : $1500. Call condition porch no pets. 964-5356. Itpd 12/29 SEVERAL ITEMS: big Couch: and chair Downtown Starkei $200 monthly, Canremodel barnv.well ft septici i( $ 75,000
431.1151..ltpd 12/29 CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE 3 BR. In flhral design, $125; Imperial 16 ft. to ..ulat negotiable price, FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres.,located on Hwy 235,15 minutes from 'Stor ., 3

Starke, stove, refrigerator, convenientto frost-free refrigerator $125; 13 cu. ft. Phone 964-6305;, John', TFjm( BR/1Ba'70-yr-old home, CH4A, "stall barn, pole .born, tool shed utility

HOMES shopping. $250 mo., deposit ,re upright freezer $50. Call 964-7550, OFFICE SPACE 500 sq. ft. .fa,' rent on' building, training track I $160,000
FOR SALE 'quired. 468-1509 after 6 p.m. No pets. Itchg 1229COMPLETE Hwy 301. Starke. Apply' at. Durronce GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA: 3500 S.f. home, 4 BR, 3 full both, ft two
2tpd 12/22-29 BABY BED with mattress and Pump ft Supply, 964.7061: 8/25TF V4 baths. 100' on Lake Geneva, 2Y. 'acres with sprinkler'system, sunbathing

MOBILE HOVE: 2 BR. CHSA. carpet on springs Brand new, never been used. Boo SQ.FT. OFFICE BUILDING fan runt: decks'', located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully. landscaped
.GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD! 3 BR. I'ba, Griffls loop. 468-2374. Itchg 12/29 Cost $200. Selling tor $85. 964-3391.' 858 N. McMahon Cpll!' 964-8292. ASSUMABLE MTG. let us show this to you lodavl'I ,
concrete block 'with CH A AC on W. 'LARGE 3 BR, 2 ba doublewide CHSA in' 2tchg 12/29-1/5 3tchfl 12/1-15 AFFORDABLE AT $53,000t 1023 E, Coll St.,'3BR. J't1o bath, CHftAcable, ready,
'Pratt St. $35,500.RALPH the country, 964-6664 after, p.m, Itchg DO 'YOU HAVE ARTHRITIS? Seatft, .( 1000. SQ. FT. OFFICEs Hwy 301 'South' stove, refrig., 1596 .f.opprox., acre lot,
BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 12/29 chairs available through Medicare if across from WalMart/KOA. $350 LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS. ,PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHTI Keystone..beautiful
FOUR ''ACRES-CLOSE IN..With 3 ,CLEAN TWO 'BEDROOM APARTMENT you qualify. For more Information toll month, 964-8848. eves '4733627.
:, Spanlsh-s.tyle home, 3450 s.f., 10 acrev'sprinkler: system, 4 BR, 2'/. bo, formal
Bedroom.RALPH BRYAN 2 Bath from.REALTY, ,only 964-BB78 35000. ,stove Deposit.; retrlg.9646232., no 12/29 pets. $50, weekly. IBM foil SELECTRIC free 1-800-458-2138.TYPEWRITER Icon, reconditioned /' )2/8TF LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR, brick fireplace,. patio pool,,'ceiling, fan, 2

cdrgo.og., new roof zoned Agrl' 2 assunV mtg. $135,000 ,
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PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frame home $165. Call 64.7529
; 2tchg'SEAT
'01'1 2 Remodeled FURNISHED BR apartment In Waldo lo/ia.i/e KEYSTONE HIS Spacious, quiet country (Mng, 3 BR, 2 Ba,' Ig. f R, kit/DR com
acres. new ,
fireplace, screened porch, carpet d.ck, Utilities' Included HBO/Pool: Prefer: LIFT CHAIRS If y..u'>",. a Medicare, WANTED bo, 2000 s.f.,'CH&A,'city water,2, septic tanks, ."c.'condo Sale pncedl.$ 55,000
.. single
occupant. 468-1927 or 468.2261 recipient with STYLISH BRICK HOMEs 601 Fairlane St., 3 BR, 2 Ba, carpet, ceramic, tile, CH8A;
1./: $39,500. Ifpd 12/29 a qualifying condition -r-T- ,.'"."..' | If I..! ,,.,' ,,, n, _U __ ,
;';: 1',"I: RALP'H BRYAN REALTY, 964-8878 call toll free number for more Information. appliances and blinds remain, 1,364 s.f. $ 62,000
. ij,1):: t, CUTE AND COZY two bedroom frame ONE BEDROOM APT stove, frig.! and l-BOO-445-4174.' : WANTED, PROPERTY RENO AREA 1125 NEIL COURT BR. I Ba, carport, OWNER FINANCING. )! $ 33,000
:: on alii 'utilities. No p.t.$65 week.
,,1,1..1\,01\,, ,' ,' ,: } 1 acre, vinyl siding, great starter 964-8498. Itpd 12/29 per TANNING BEDS Suntanna Wolff tie PI.aselNrlt. P. O. Drawer.280; Storke. 207 ALVAREZ CTi, 2 BR, 1 Ba; frame fenced yard $ 17,500

,'",', ,,,,,, '. ::1.'. home. $25.000.RALPH STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to Systems Commercial and Home Units 32091. 47TF.WANTEO.ANY N.W. 29th AVE 4 BR, 2 bo, stucco 8 frame, 20.7 acres, CHftA $ 79,400
-I"f; I' j '\\1'' BRYAN REALTY, 964-8878 your work? We have clean ''mobile!) low as $57.95 mmonth Accessories SPORTSMEMORABILIA BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba, CB, wood floors, 1185 s.f.. 5 acres $ 60,000
;>):'..,':/' \ :"" ..reasonably priced Dealer inquiries, to :contribute to-'new 1.0 $
.' REPAIR EXISTING HOME and build one homes avoilobl. 468-1323. 10/8 TF CONERL ESTATES BR.2 FP, 1800s.f., easy financing 82,000
sport pub. Help to the
:?;j''1;,Flt!;WA more home on this 2'/i lots $15.000.? FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities'' welcome 1-904-265-5589 1-800-255-0284 at ton. 1361, mosphere of Storke's personalize newest hot spot.at1 CRYSTAL LAKEs furnished. log cabin.'98 ft, on "'water 1BR/1' Ba,' $ 90,000

)" \ ;;\, ', $3.000 'downowner, 't.rms.: paid. From $37.50 weekly Magnolia night Icon Contact Ron 'or Nancy o' '9647600. GRAHAM: 3/2 2,78 Ac., 1930 S.f.CH&A.. ,. $ 85,000 |
, 'iPIt/\!/:: \{. ., .. 904-372-6881. Stpd 12/8-1/5 ,. Hotel Walnut St. by Post Off ic.. TF' ANIMALS & PETS \' '2tchg 12/22.29' .. : HWY.22S 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn, newly rewired, 3 I At. $ 32,500
,V'\lfI',\ ,' '". LARGE THREE BEDROOM )\/, boths,'c.. THREE BEDROOM 1M both clean doseto 'W..NTED. MOTORIZED TREADMILL. Must KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR;1 Ba, 1500 ..1.\\ Wood frame $ 50,000

:'\' \: ,<" ment block house) in Storke,' AC CH. prison. Call 4681323. 6/9TF FOR SALE be In good condition., Call Clifford Mar- BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame .Shady Oaks SVD, extra lot $ 44,000

., \. /nwynthaY':" ) ) fireplace. 10 down. 33600. CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC., I', ''tin..964-7145". Ichg( ,2/22.9 MENG DAIRY ROAD) 2.25 ocret, 3/1 CB. CH&A; 'near' $ 40.000
,j'JI. ). J. 1-726-7651 after 5 p.m. 12/22TF extras,, reasonable rents PINES.' FULL BLOODED RED FEMALE CHOW; plus \ -
.:. l J: ;':;" ,\', COUNTRY LIVING at its finest. 4 BR, 4 496-2366lsR; 121, Lake Butler. 7/14TF, accessories. $100 Flexible. 9A4-457A. ...LOTS ft ACREAGE.,..., ,
( (' ,' ..' be,' Iwo story ranch style home with' LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications LOT t. GOLFAIR RD Country Club Estates' ,, )tolI acres, Make an Oiler,I' S'8.70O
1 : ''I .' ., :'... lots of storage space, fireplace pecan'' for 11, &,,2 bedroom opart"; CONERLY ESTATES: Lot 12 $ 10.000.D.
r' .., : X fruit trees. Room for your cattle and ments, CHS A, fully equipped kitchen; 100 EAST! 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ ;7,000
f'.::: :'.;1;, .',. more., 15' plu. acres Coll Plantana ,drapes.' ,7823531., New management.\?' LAVERN H. QMTLAMV LAWTEYiS acres, 1 105th Ave:, good investment $ 15.000

;; ; \I\tO.i"\ : ( ; ,:; Realty Inc.,, 284-2617 Located b.t Equal !Housing Opportunl'f.: */15T RD. 100 Et12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
, I'1;: ; ;: ween Starke and Lawtey. Itchg 1229n'ii PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD. :20.16 acres. 3 wells.;'2 poles $ 50.0OO
,,r1 \\ //r; '.,, TWO HOUSES In Lake Butler one 2 BR,' Broker WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246. Flo. Frontier "''''o'I'\\ $15,000

\\JIfl.t'W t if'JA t t 1\\ onne I BR. 9648445. 12/29-1/19 BOATS thinking 'of buying o* ONE ACRE. Inside city,,zoned for mobile home. $ 6.50O |
'' lelling? Call, u>( ,
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..1"1' ('I" '; 1977 16 fnV FIBERGLASS BOAT' walk 964-4522 Evtnlng* Wttkend*: 301 NORTH: 1.5 acres,'MH hookup. 2 bldgs.;'440' on 301 Reduced to $ 28.00O. I

: ; .1" .:,.,. :. OUT OF AREA through w/s, 55 Evinrude engine, with 'STARKE. FLp.vid WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE in the grocery business? Call for details!

''f f\: :lg4tj:\1d ';'1' "\ .' trailer 468-1505. TFrw L. Dodct, MSA, CBAK Fatty Kay Elder, MXA LOOKING FOR A DEAL Two prime acres, ;301 S.;Reduced to '$85.000.

}t ,: {: Wooded EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS new Evinrude LOCATION LOCATION This prim. comm.rclollocotion 507 W.. Madison St.,. ]
: ? OCALA NATIONAL FOREST! s. 964-5370
outboards ft trolling'motors, In box, directly across-from WinnDlxle, could be converted to your needs.
I'' : II; :' "': lots, river access, $5450 Each. No'money 1988 ft 89 models,, dealer invoice, SUPER COMMERCIALI Great two story building corner Call ft Walnut.it.*.

." "" 'lJ\' '\" 1-236-4579 down$65.41 monthly. Owneri 100% financing- -available' CBM Sales, Opal Dickson Lucill* C. Sprtcrt 3198 s.I,,'clean\ excellent condition |live upstairshav ninH.rt!>
,i II. or 1-622-2438.. 1d"1 1/ ..... 'Ii 'T" .' .'
., .,' wJsaQQl44.253 REALO IIII.r.wnltol" f6totUjn ItltIfIt>rlsWZateae4lfLNr1' 1'rlro6OcDOO
',.""II>'::.. (. I, : ,\,.,, r i- <$Ti i /t lrrM 4/1nV.,..... 'I .l'... bA 301 SOUTH T93 ft. 301 frirltoge j 85,000 f
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" ;i;: D' Appj. iisots'e.Yoyr Fijl[ 5 rvlce ffecil :fotci.tf Oflcli'Jls THOMPSON STi "11..362: s.f., brick. Enterprise Zone' Benefits $ 80,000 I
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; Xif1MV'wn ( ., for Residence Ffcirrh >CommerclU'ecusln0s( 301 NORTH by EconoLodge 165.01'On 301 $120.0001
i ''iIi ''' 301 NORTH 150'x 220' $125,000 [
\ \ : : approximately opprox .
; ,l, Ii ,A Few ofOur'Many ListingsLEASE
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'.1 '. ,. Call for Commercial I i'
:: ,!:, 1'1,?, r TRANSMISSION. INC. CB. 3 BR,1'3/4 both In Storke, Listing

,. ,:" "( .''y ,. :"' i I' '' .' lleuler & KactUtor Repair Good area, Immediate Possession I ,. ;.,' '. "

'. .' : ',. ': 3 ., I. pec1.U.t., 'FRAME HOME ON MORGAN ROAD excellent 2'acres''with' pecan frees. After Hour '

';."'t .J',;.1. :', .. I I luuLur Con* 0 WuU-r Piunua.Ne. 0 Purls 'EXCELLENT BUY In Storke, 31It CB, only $34,000. ,Anne Torwillegar Nelson,.s.i., ( H,"<-,r''I < <;:"-.","r r;i r'. .73-754jl

J.( ;0 JM')t'Y) ill" i''j,' .,t t",, I. (FREE Cooling OVER 300 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, e>Rcellept'hunting. John Langford Master Appraise." .:, .'. .'. f. . 496-2291

it ,,I. T mile to Country Club miles la Stork. Only $1500 per acre.-.' Pauline Randolph .. '''''. ; .,.;;. . .." .-.. ... ',. .' ;64-3UO

jp '. \rkr'I' !" ""' ':I.. System Inspection) LEASE PURCHASE Nice doublewide on 1 acre, paved road. ': Joy Thornton . v. .;W -'.> . . .". .,.964-4223
i ,13 ACRES HIGH I DRY trees.''well septic, $29.000IFr.( M.H.) -
'<.. ,I r'i'I' .';.; \, I..,\j.ur,,,,'t.<,,,0 :.,.,II., ._. Comer Beet I'We.064-In Tuwu aiO To Tafce A 30&Sit'58k Leufcl COUNTRY CLUBs brlck.over:pecan 1900 s.f.. formal 1 living *. dining room ,family, Debra Connaughton ,.. .. ..'j..,,- .> :.t. '. ,. p.s\ ". 1964-2833

,. 1( i; :: ... lroom.. ,
.' ,;.,. 7'..,!(w..\.,, ;...' ,..... ,'. recreation room' 'or', extra ,:bedroom: 2'/i' ;: baths.! J.M.Ali "rangs,
. '. It ) ,!\' < ,' 1 refrigerator.. .
.\W"INI/" ",. ,, ) ..,,' ''CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUB: Brick 3)2 over 1500 s.f;. 100x300 lot'; $56.000..

,. \" i''('""i'1. "."\ /'" \.' \ ,' CROSBY LAKE CANAL! 100 192, wooded lol.'mobile, home approved. .
..fi"I/;!. /. \\I'' ;\ '''' .. '"IN STARKEi 3/1) frame, good condition, $32,500. '.
,,' "fJ,' :, I liI'1,11o' ""V,\,""II" \. '" 37 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees, Fleetwood doublewide.; ; Classifieds Get, Results!

: .("" .,o}, !","),fir" ,"). "., .WOULD YOU BELIEVE 65 plus'acres for only $1500"pe.r'acre. Highway.jron.' .

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.'" ( I :'ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDE on 40 acres, good I Ian4$85,000."BRICK .
' :, .: 4 BR; >'/i ba. Raiford area on three acres, .
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,: ,.:,< : 'i. ; POULTRY FARM t RESIDENCE pullet I farm fully equipped. 8 acres. Starke.( .
LAND! 35 ACRES on paved road nice properly' ,'owner financing .
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., '. ', NEAT a CLEAN large Bedroom Ig. both;new kitchen cabinets only; 15500.
Ii ':;: ,(I"0 ,' : :HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home ori 1,58.acres.'.2300 s.f., excellent Accelerated F;
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',"i'i:\ ;' :\ : ;,'" ... it, Jones Craft & Gift $hop'' ;' '': '

'. ;," ,', Er: : Specializing. In crafts craft supplies & gifts' ;,'. 964-4544

;,', 'Susan' M. Faulkner; GAl, CRB President, High' Traffic.Area > ,,

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: ERA Faulkner Realty Inc.. RENTAL. BR,. ,Bat,Sfove S Relr g,.'. $275 Hwy,:.301 S;,.
.' Ii > Unit tMSIM .St rke, Fl REALTOR ,
Located 301 2 b'lks.' S-' of SA 221 W. St. Call '
Hwy. : ; 100. Lafayette Us About /'
tr'Homes/ /.
eLAKE LOTS HOMES 4ACREAGE' Lots Acrcage Waterfront


Happy 1 i'.r' We lnvite'Inquirles. On Our' Other Listings. "

Netaear ALL YEAR ROUND It 3 BR/24I/2BA Two-Story log Home on Water

CHftA Stove Refrl ft Dlshwqsher, 3000 SF. Large Enclosed Garage, Well ft
SepticTLarge lot. '
.f MATHEWS REALTY i PEACE ft QUIET -2' BR/2BA CB Home, Large Living-Dining Room Family

Enjoy| your, H.u' j Room Kitchenw/Breokfost; Nook, CHftA. Enclosed' Garage, Well ft Septic .

.. J "!@ U3 3 Acrs. . '
,: : andholiday hM8d. 964- 4469" nEA TOI! DO YOU NEED A SMALL HOUSE Move this :2 BR/lBA! Frame. In Good Con*.

When selling real estate, why.settle for telling.. whole limit,when you ."lIlelt:the if wxlf'i ditlo'n. to a New Location. Has Stove ft Refrl. 5700.. '
''i IN THE CITY 2 BR/BA Frame Home AC. Space Healerlarge( Screened
1 Listing Agefit for VA Acquired Propertlu .Area I Ie ,ft "' Porch 112x310 Lot'$29.700. ,

MOBILE HOMES LAWTEY ,4'BRt/IBA, Frame,'Large' living 8 Dining Rooms, 'Porches all!!,

'. ee7-| CONCORD :3 BR, 2Vt c bo, has, 'oCltyl one acre on Laura St.,.loom for'several around 100x420 Lot w/Shade Trees, City Water, Septic Tank. ''

FOR extra lot with wood frame house,city re.ld.ntiolloll.r '.S ACRES OF PRIVACY 2. BR/1 BA Mobile Home' Good Condition, Welt ft.
eCltyLSRUOO; acres potential, '
utilities. ,' Septic .
-1.- ', SALE i-mf E -rgfiVe ... elt73N.wMoon 12x60,.with. approx./. ,commercial HOMES d.velopment'or.o.ft ACREAGE .i'. : WANT TO REMODEL A HOME Large Two-Story 3 BR/2BA, CB! ft Frame.Larae .
10 acres North of Lawtey, 105th Ave; 'Geljer Rd.t 2100 s.f. brick veneer, Living-Dining Rooms w/Flreploce, large lot, ,

HIS Fleetwood<2.. 3 BR, 2 Ba,, SELECTEO PROPERTIES .
:appro 10 acres, 4 BR,'2 Ba, CHSA,.
CHCA I acre near Bedford lake. city water ft gas, front porch with swJi+ B.S ACRES Power pole S well Owner financing.;'Small down payment,,

HOMES ing' attchmt. sunken living room,, 3.7 ACRES i Two-Story Bldg w/living Area Upstairs. 6400 SF, Hwy 301 N..
FmHA Hot...... brick w/Stove ft Refrl, 2 Wells Septic Planted
i family room-with Ig. fireplace, 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home
welcome this thank all eTwo Bedrooms. 1 bath'nice lot,, .
f' M' opportunity, .formal' 'dining room. 'central voc, Pin...
our clients at this most festive time 13000. j. ''syslerrt.'new' carpet. Price reduced-. 1145 ACRES *Will Divide, Owner Financing Good Term Brooker
] oColI., Rd; 3BR' ; veneer, Owner anxious to ..11"/' 1 10 ACRES .Will Divide; Pecan Grove Well ft Septic, Owner Financing.
CHSA.g'/ chain link fence yard. Union Ctyt 135 acres, 2700 .q ft, 3 ACRES Good Comm.clallocatlon. Hwy 16W.! frI
'call One Our oS. Ctolr St.i 2 BR with 1 '
of Professionally I Bo. CHftA. brick home ACRE Zoned lot' Mobile Home.i .

,. / large family room.' BUILDING LOTS i S ACRES Hwy. 301 South
"' Trained' Staff Today....964-5069 LAND .little lake Santa Fei 100x160 ft. lot. ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home-
,,0S.It. 100 At 6.77 .
TWO acre parcels.eOH
new septic tank approved for well, LAKE GENEVA large Lot 100 ft. on Water. ,
:301 N. wooded 8.50 ac.,w/well I
Hours Call These Kt-uUor Associates; > power source to lot. LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson Owner Financing.
After ft septic
Two Story House, Very nice, LARGE ARIA OF LAND Northeast Section of City.
e lr.n*> t. Faulkn.r..9e4r5U2DarUn lawteyl 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy.
Remodeled, recently painted.'Zoned
Godwin.....468-2503 125 frontooe.eCttyi 1.38 A.-., oreat office location. B-2t.Ow.ner Anxious!. IF YOU MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE O* THINGS RELATED '
Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan

441' W Madison St., Starke .
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'WANT TO DRINK 1 BR COTTAGE.near library, furnished, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should '' "
be submitted HOME'Yoo'
l-l-f-10-20 ACRES or lorg.r for sale.New 1 BATH -
ATTENTION HIRINGI Gov.rom.nljobs) AC lake
$240 .
me. privileges. .
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS I to the Lake Region Monitor office two bedroom 2 both doubtowld.on $200. month.
$17.840.$69.85. Call thlngion Springs pr
area. 473-4961. 12/1
your 602.838.8885 R349>3. 4tpd WANT TO STOP'THAT'S tfnchg In writing and paid In advance on* or mor. oc,... Coll 496-3939, First and last months rent In advance.
ext. CAMPER FOR RENT 30 it. Single' only unless
OURS I credit Is already establishedwith
days 12/22/tpd.
454-1S95. v.nlnos. tfn/chg. Call "496-3509. or 496-299S.
12/22.1/12 Fully equipped except $200
gas a
Alcoholics Anonymous' this office;
UPCOMING DENNY'So(/ m.rly the month. 473-2647. 4tpd 12/8-29: NOTHING DOWN 48 ocr. farm with 1/12
Strawberry Patch/ Restaurant' ) at the or 2 BR LAKE FRONT HOME $300 month 3O-- producing acres at Worlhlngton' .MINI STORAGE '1<5. $15: 510: $20;
thru 12/29 FOR MISTAKES IN
EconoLodge, In Storks, 'We neednorriso pd plus'' deposit 4 iutllltles. Twin'Lakes, Springs Has 95 year old hous. in poor 10x10, $30. per month plus $20deposit.
condition with .
want good family d.- Call 496-3939. or 462-3068.
dependable people for all po.i.'tion. ) area off 214. 473-3854. 4tpd 12/8-29
tint Income that i Is to
and bet repair tfnchg. 12/22
by apply
come ON LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2
Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559 TF Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. Tuesday and maybe renovate the house with bedroom 1
th. hours of ,10 '' : TWO BEDROOM 12x73 and 3 ;
w..n am.2'pmECONO Bedroom 1 114 baths, large living room,
LODGE. US 301" N, Starve, Flo. BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour. 'dinette, family room, kitchen equipped prior to Thursday publication what would normally,be there downpayment 1/2 ,bath. Rolford area $175, plus
964-7600. 12/22-29 7823306. If no answer, 782-3954, leave Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, and loon cost. If this could b.your deposits. HUD recipients; welcome.
2tchg overhead Ions,'air conditioned
name and numberM8/25TF then 15 cents for each word Ih.reoft.r.MISCELLANEOUS .
DAYCARE WORKERS a daycors worker Is hardwood: floors laundry & dock dream place and you can satisfy ColI,431.11'4. after 4:30: p.m., keep
m. bank. Call John
for S' your tfnchg. 12/29
n.eded to serve as the teacher 3 facilities. $375 month $375 deposit trying\
range Pump & Supply Co.. Water'Systems 376-5757 376-4201. .
or 1/5
olds School.'Anyone .
4 yK at Lowt.y Elementary 473-2919 12/15 tfnchgON
Specialist, 864 N. Temple
wishing to contract with the Ave., US 301,' Starke, Fl 32091, 9/8TF,, LAKE 'GENEVA Efficiency ..tudioaportm.nt. TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSEI'ocross
from $225'''monthly.
Bradford' County'' School Board 'at the SU-il RETIREMENT HOMEi'; Day, week, furnished laundry and .PACK RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible FOR SALE LBMS.
rot. of $4 per; hour/5 hou,. per: day long term stoy468'2619.' U/17TF dock facilities/ Utilities furnished. $275 Items and antiques. Used furniture; Available 12/19. For Info (,01196.018602aft.r
beginning Jan..2, 1989 through June 2, and monthly plus $275 deposit 4732919. and 6 p.m. |mm
SEWING MACHINES All 'makes ,' glassware, jewelry much more. fRUIT PLANTS at Martini Fruit Farm. Ft.
J9B9 should contact Denise Adams,olrices of. models cleaned, oiled, and, adjusted( 12/15 tfnchg. Come see lor yourself. One mile east White BARE ROOT Apples, peaches,
th. Bradford School Board ''
County mobile
MELROSE AREA .3 bedroom
should have $15 19 years'experience.' All 'work ,of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. nectarines, plums pears, and llgs. S3.
Persons''interested guaranteed Hwy. 233 1 16 .(Morgan home, furnished with porch 4732183. 12/1 tfnchg .CONTAINER GROWN Apples and
or b. willing to lake the' 20 hour HRS Rd..). ,Call 964-8733 for house tolls 1.684.6634.3tpd 12/22-1/5 AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE 25 percent off pears.$6. Blueberries. and S3. NOTICE
child Care certification' course. Ztch'g RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY' New grapes
.' 11),I OTF all 'merchandise at. the Pock Rat, Japanese persimmons $12. OPEN
AGGRESSIVE 12/22.29 CABINET SALES. PERSON $EMI OR PRIVATE ROOM AVAILABLE In ,mobile home;' 3 BR/2 BA. Call Bob, Highway 100, Keystone Heights, Mon.-Sat. Closed ,,Sundays. 4972621.. 'CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-
need nice; retirement home for gentleman, 473.7975.4tchg 12/22-1/12 473-2183. 12/1 Stpd. 12/29 mitted to the Union County Times office
l and experienced cabinet maker state' licensed trained staff. 964-4546, 'LAKE FRONT MOBILE HOME near FOUR GATOR BOWL TICKETS available. ENGLISH PIT lULL PUPS 8 weeks toils In writing and paid jn advance
ed. 'Apply Goln..vtlle'375.3542.Dyson Cabinets, 2923 2tpd NE: 2tehg' 12/22.29 Keystone. 2 BR/2 BA,, heat and air, If Interested call 473- 773. l Itpd 12/29, docked some white,, some brindle, unless credit is already establishedwith
Way HANDYMAN knowledgeable, hard patio. 473-4186. 2tchg 12/29-1/4 parents on premises $35 each Call this office.
ATHLETES 12/22.29, RUNNERS body builders working and reasonable. 64253t.. 2 BR CONDO "CH/A, garbage disposal HOMES FOR SALE 786-2643 or 781-7644.12/22 2tpd.12/30 THE'TIMES, STAFF CANNOT, BE HELD
12/29.1/5 attic, utility room, dishwasher Midway'KeystoneMelrosej
sport breakthrough enthusiasts'product:: Testosterone from.Switzerland WILL DO HOUSECLEANING any dOV'ol'the 475-2427. 2tehg FOR SALE OR RENT Lake Hutchinson; to.take. on small monthly'' CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

enhances vitality week, Call 964-3440' 2tchg. 12/29.1/5 Keystone Heights. 3 BR, 3; BA. living payments on piano. Sao locally. Call THE TELEPHONE.. -
endurance \ 1229.15 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Cowp.n Lake. room overlooks 'lake.'Office' Manager at 1(800)635-7611( ) anytime Classified deadline Is MONDAY, ,5.
strength 'recovery' timeSatiafadionguoraneed.
Order ,; LOSE THOSE HOLIDAY POUNDS 'with 2 BR/l' BA CH/A furnished large kit. workshop garage, kitchen. has all op. 12/29 3tchg. 112REFRIGERATOR / P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
407-774-9045, Express'now ;CalBon 3000.' The,weight reducing old ,ch.n. 475.2427itchg 12/29 pliances washer'& dryer inutility' Freezer, washer and Minimum charge 1 15 words for$3.50;
American ,
cepted. Help Wonted Icon as 4733688'for seen on TV. Call distributor ,TWO BEDROOM '1.1 bath clean mobile, room. Rent or purchase. $685 per dryer.Coll 496-2090,' 12/29 2tchg. 1/5, 'then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
fast .
delivery 'month.
2tchg Available Feb. 1989. Brion Gorman
NEED EXTRA CASH OR home heat '
A FULL-TIME ,. & air In Clay County. t'/t'
JOB Sell Avon. For Information/ call *-, __ ", acres. $250 'month plus damage, 406-587-6357,9tpd' 12/1.1/26 HELP WANTED
Ramona 7823068.: 12/291 deposit Call 47 .2566.''2'chg 12/22-29 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Hlghrldge Estates. r MISCELLANEOUSITS
TEXAS REFINERY CORP, needsmature, YARD SALE Three mobile homes by owner, central
person now In Stark area. Regardlessof ', heat and air, fenced, corport;cleon. TEXAS REFINERY CORP. Needs mature
T.R. ''MOVING MOBILE HOMES good condition. Discounted for cosh, person In Lake Butler area. Regardlessof A'FACT Pecans 'trees bare betterwithout
experience'write Hopkins Box SALEon. Bayless Highway. l'
711 Ft. 473-7044 after 6 p.m. 2tpd 12/22-29 experience, Writ.T.R.. Hopkins,. moss. Call 454-2870 between
Worth Tx.
76J01. 2tpd' mile 100. 1978 Chevrolet
... H/'M.'I/I pickup fronvjd.; -i mTsceltaneous| Items. Itpd 'TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 14X70 skyline, 'COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS FINEST 2 story Box 711, Fort Worth T.. 76101. I Itpd. 6 and 9 p.m., for free estimate. 12/22
12/29 "" 3/2 free delivery. 1.351.8521.tchg Ranch style' home, located \between 4tpd. 1/12
MOBILE HOMES 12/8-29 ,..Stark' and Lawtey. Lots of storage HOMES FOR SALE
SATURDAY ONLY I 557 N. Walnut. Som. '
FOR SALE 'of .verythlngl! 8 a.m. $o4. p.m.ltchg CHRISTMAS SPECIAL New 28/603/2, space, fireplace, pecan & fruit trees
',' 12/29 i loaded $22,995., Small down payment room for your cattle and more 15 plus GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U,
fast credit: approved by phone. Uncle acres. Call Plontana Realty Inc .
ONE ACRE > LOTS with mobile homes MOVING SALE Furniture, misc. Items repair) Delinquent tax property.Repossessions.

ready to mqv. into. Several to choose N. 301. Thursday and.Friday Itpd 12/29'' Roy', ft I-3T-8511.4tchg' _, 12/8.29,- 2842617. Itpd, 12/29 ., Call 1(805)687-6000 1( )
GH-1136, for list
from. a xt. current repo
Owner less
financing Payments
9,. than rent. Low down payment; from WANTED'ROOM FOR SALE 11/17 Btpd 1/5 Train
11500. 964-4238. IO/27TF'' ,$Down Payment "' '
CHRISTMAS SPECIAlt.,'n.w' 38x60 3/2, Handi-House MATES'WANTED '- to share 3" 'SINGER'AUTOMATIC ,,. Make. buttonholes 'NOTICEI! To Be A

'many options, .$22.1'15..511'1011,' bedroom house In Keystone. $150 mo.., ,, decorative patterns and much' ',ProfessionalI.SECRETARY
down payment fast credit approval by C&C,Mini-Storage, plus' ,uIJliti..1964.2323.,' .. ask. ,for Lori.' \more. Cost $689 will 'Ygcrifker'$150.; ,, Did You Sell Your Property? I '
phon.' Unci. Roy.:' -$5144tchg Garages! .9648848Greenhouses' 2tchg 12/29-, '. 173.7862.12/8 Ifnchg e Do You Receive Payments On a
1218-29., \ '" ,USED SEWING MACHINES $50 and up. Mortgage or Agreement for Deed?
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS: 14x10'Skylin.' : i.l Straight stitch ilg lag automatic',.Call e Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL fSEC/RECEPTIONIST
3/2, free delivery; agent 1-35r-8S27 'Storage Bldgs SERVICES Swindell 173.1862.12/8 tfnchg "" Cash Now? EXEC. SECRETARY\
4tchg 12/8-29 .' LEER TRUCK TOPPER ". for short wheel Call Fred Farnsworth for Details Start locally hjil-tlme/part-lime.c
ONE ACRE WITH MOBILE HOME:dbl.':tar. 301 S.Across base Dodge or Chevy Used once'cost 'learn word processing & related
port. 2 BR. ,2 both, ,fully lurnished. From '.adjust tension In your hom.j Special $350, will sacrifice, $200. Dad will love '18OO5454991Lie. ', secretarial skills. Home study and,
all brands. Workguoront.ed.
Repair Christmas) 12/15-29
pecan A pear 'trees Appraised at 473.3559.3Ipd Mtg. Broker resident training. National
K6A/ ..473-7862. 12/1 tfnchg Inverness. FL'
$27,500. Estate sale 23.000. Hwy 225' ,e, AMIGO THREE WHEEL electric cart, new .headquarters. Pompano Bch FL
(Bayless Hwy.)4 mile South ol SR 100. 3 vValmartNOW RESPONSIBLE MOTHER of' two ,will' battery and rechargr. Barely used, '. FIINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE '
miles North of SR 16. Estate of babysit In my like,new. 4739237.. Itpd 12/29 JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
E.S.Oliver.'Willl consider owner financ available MRS registered. Reasonable V. DURRANCE ''
ing. Call 904.171.1245.4tpd 12/29-1/19 rates.,473-3732. 3tchg 12/15-29 HELP WANTEDTEXAS 1 -800-432-3004


<.Horse ;Palace: ING ''HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call REFINERY CORP. needs mature PUMP/ &.SUPPLY: DIV OF A.C.T. CORP.

LaRue Leveling Service for all your person now 'In Keystone Heights area. Accredited Member.
;r' /"' U $, 3Cn' South foundation repalrsi! Keystone. i, Regardless of experience,, write T.R.' \ NHSC
.sta 473-7721.7/9TF Hopkins, Box 711, Fort Worth,. TX Drilling
.;{t; ke, FloJ1da., RENTING .76101. 2tpd 12/29.1/5 "

'Of VtA. :m'j. ('.%<..;:::,..,. ... 'CARS-TRUCKS.BOATS, JHAIR STYUST : .. ,',
.." .irA < rr ,
''' '''' .1 & 2 Bedroom "j perIuxe., CaIl fa o Interview;] ( ,.
> : J'lal1'P'1J 'Shear Perfection 473-7323.
Apartments 04 MERCURY LYNX -,,,4 d wagon. Ex. '1229.15UPCOMING 2tchg' \ Pumps'
cellent condition Inside & out $21000.
; Jfoticfaus e Under New Management'' 475-5087 after,6 p.m. 2tchg 12/22-29 DENNY'S (formerly ,the .Iffjf
; e Wall to Wall Carpet Strawberry Patch Restaurant) at'th* All ai I'
Econo .
In need
7 Lodge
; :> ; : ,. ". e Energy Efficient, AFFORDABLEIT.H.E..Aparfmnfs honest, dependable people for all positions. .
..; : f Central Location Between .,Come by and apply between th.' < Tmtntobea.
'HousesBoarded ,Starke and Gainesville hours I of 10 o.tru.2.. p.m. ECONO TRAVEL AGENT

: : Gentle Horses F.M.H.A. Subsidized LODGE US 301 N..'Starke; 9647600. TOUR GUIDE

> '.'for.Trail Rides', e Equal Housing OpportunityFOR 922 E.Brownlee St. ,2tchg 1222.29 AIRLINERESERVATIONIST


;Vv'Calt: ; ;- for Information 1S-1971 WALDO Starke.F1.32091 \ ,Your Plumbing Pnrts .Start locally full time/part time.

? VILLAS 964-7133 UNITED ,TRUCK Train on Eve airline computers
:A,9646973 MASTER Truck Driver
: : : ,
468-2777 Home study and Resident Training.
< Training' D.O.T. certification, lob
; NOn Hdqtrs..
Pompano BchFla.
'2&3BR, placement assistance, financial old
available, correspondence/resident, 864 N. T.mpl.1y.... Stark S FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE
COOK! !f.- family training accredited member1' NHSC.' .. e JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
YOU : Oriented,'WIthlaundry Call toll-free 1-800-346-3112.. Headquarters Wknds i':' A.C/T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
Channel Catfish I 1 ; Clearwaterj, Florida, lean.. Nights I
-Fed 1 8OO 432 3OO4Aocrgd
\ 'I and large 964-7578

LHan 'Triple H ,Fish [Farm playground I.J,- :t''
L < cd Member NHSC)

',,rncoms Subscribe '.

.' Sect; ,,8 Housing .- Now Leasing,
; ,

David Lawson' Pair\t & Body Shop t ,Income Tf'you''. Qygify, Forest Park Apartments ,Ii,,

Insurance Coiilslor) Work '*IFree JEstlnSq; ft??. .'. : '
.f. '
.CR 22? INJW :28tr>. $t., >>.:$tCrM! 'f-.96:4-: 13a An Income apartment faclllea.complex No rental designed assistance for moderate available. S \' .- "." .

; VILLAS Attractive 1 & 2 BR/1 BA. range S
,HERITAGE refrigerator, carpet. central heat& air, patio'
and laundry. Free water, sewer garbage. Rent .
6O7 Bradford Court In Starke'' 1 '
$185 -$220 minimum. complete ',

SeaorJ greetings .from 'Applications for immediate occupancy are being accepted handicapped apartments, avialable.< JCL +- 21

.on 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220 For Information Application] ,--n ;VT.>V>',-<.V '

plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available. Forest Park Apartments s 77S NE let Street.Lake Butler,Ft 32OS4
((904))488-3433: JLO..
Rental information and applications are available at the

I Rental Office 607 Bradford Court. Starke "
Bradford ""'""'"'"''"'""""' rrrrsfsn
Pr9pertiesm .


12.34 bedroom These all--'
'qualified with lease. Now taking applications lot units.
applicants one year's 'electric units are spacious with lots of choset space and all have
Suzanne Kitchens Occupying by January 311989. wall-to-wall carpet drapes, and kitchen appliances. On-slte laundry'"'

Lie. Real Estate < facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.

,-4' '.. Broker Call'964-6216' Equal For application! and Information, -
..ftsiv @ Housing
'' '
.. Please see us at
Moru-Fri. 9-5:30 .
:x" p.m. Opportunity 1005 SW 6th Street I.
.. *
t Lane Londo ,) Lake BuflerFL32054''I .;;'_....
Mr or Col 49M141
I Opportunity
It Steve RIplet

':: :' *iSS.Y.*.. i i \\ Michael Stephens CallanClarice PINE: FOREST APARTMENTS, JPUMMM _. --

$* Now Accepting Applicatfons for
*. y ,<; *
at $195
"'' _.-rr; 2 & 3 Apartments Starting .
!, ,'''' -:- 964-7630
*u ;$r. t ,
t" CH/A Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready e One &TWo Acre Mobile Home Lola.$3,5OO and.Up'

.New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham.$40.0OO)

.EQUAL., 200 Acres near Theressa........$1.OCX) !acre '
1530 W..Madislon Street
10 r HOUSING e Beautiful lake lots On paved road In Hawthorne $25.QOO and Up
;Starke 964-6312 OPPORTUNITY'' e Building Lot In Smokerlse Subdivision..Keystone $5.0OO

Elixson Wood-Products, Inc. Mon-Fri.9oS PM, '. 2 Lots and Mobile Home..Keystone.... $22,500 '
e 2,000 SQ. Ft. Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale $400/Mo

f'ORRENT'' .

Cypress Mulch p.if1e.Bark.1 i ; '. ,FOR? SALE r F s e 2 Homes$500/Mo 2 miles.1 north of Starke 3 BR., 1 BA'completely, furnish..

Fill Dirt Top Soil .! Ocala National Forest hunting & fishing retreat on
'You Pick Up or We, Deliver' ., : ,. : Rodman R.e erar...__ $25.000

Large or Smalt Loads of Llmerock ?

We Also Have Red' Heart Cypress Lumber Tractor .Work .. Backhoe Bulldozer i. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY. '

: I Ronald E. Newman, Sr.

964-6649 964-6182 e, 964-582 ." 964.-6099> ,' '. 473.2157EveningsInstant
Financing e No Points e Reasonable Interest Rates ?



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Holiday ,Success' -
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Christmas'is! Sharing.at! least in
Thompson and Joyce Riherd, who .
Bradford County that was a good spent many hours shopping and t#
definition last week when a community have been involved many. years with J 'R-
effort provided toys for 175 the food baskets Ik
children and food baskets for over
100 families. Special l thanks to the firefighters,. $
The Toys for Tots was a' new vend. Rotary Club who contributed $500 to p1 ,
ture sponsored by the Chamber of be used for food during the holiday g j
Commerce. 'and Bradford .County 'season, to Roy's Grocery,,Methodist
Emergency Services (Rescue and Church, Presbyterian Church
Fire Department)j Flowers Sunbeam Bread Store and!
The response, was overwhelming, especially the Bradford Masonic lS
according to Chairman Nelson $ .r ti// T
Lodge No. 35 in Starke who came to
Green who is already making. plans the rescue with additional canned
for: next year. goods. Thanks to the United
Methodist Youth Fellowship who
The public really; supported', the packed and delivered some baskets,
project by providing toys ,and/or Mary Agnes Ferguson Jean Bula,
money, said Green. More toys could Joy Norman, Carolyn Autry,Christy
have been distributed but the committee Torode
,< George Weirtz; and Eoline
was thrilled with the Underhill, z
response. Toys not in the greatest of
condition were set aside to be Students and staff at Southside x no ,..n'
"spruced up" for next year. If your Elementary School collected food
'organization or you as an individual and toys for four baskets, the staff at
would like to work on this year long the School Board offices provided 't aD. rnrrrwa fern r.twlr't "';;
project, 'please contact the toys for two families, members from mMre ,..rTwsF twEa M '.
Chamber. five'' groups of United Methodist ,,,, / y/ M j .v s ,
Food baskets 'were distributedDec. Women provided toys and clothing
23 to families who picked them for''four, families, members of
up from Fellowship Hall at the First Presbyterian Church provided toys rtr
United Methodist Church. Another, for a family.'And..we keep hearingof C4

new venture, in the past most of the more good deads during the holiday p .. c -..
food has been delivered. Only a few season. If you: were involved in 1
problems occurred which is to be expected -, ANY WAY, we hope you received a' To Brighten the Season... .
with providing that many' blessing. and again a special thank TheM volunteer* are part of a big, uccewiful) effort by local citizen for the needy In the community who'i live were brightened by their effort( I
.baskets; according to, Norma, you Shown packing food baskets are David Dl.Paolo,Norma Thompson,Joyce Riherd Joy Norman and Doug Snnyder:,
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'Over 175 children In Bradford County up to age 17 received toy thl Chrktma courtesy of a very.uttftllful "Toy','

for Tot" program manned by local volunteer 1 W
Shown In this picture are Mine of "Santa', Helper**, Carolyn Autry and George Welrtt. ',' ,, ;. f (

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I News BriefsFIIP Doing their Part... .. ..
Emergency Rescue: personnel played Santa thU.Ch..tmu. by" transporting,toy bjf ""Sleigh"",or wu It the rencuevehicle <

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Arrest SuspectFor Jail followed< by'12 months probation. years probation'' 'each charge, to From left to right: Rex Selmer,'Joey Knapp and Dan Cuddington.A.s. .

Seigle fought with city police run consecutively., .
Stealing Auto 'while they were working an accident'in ,J,' .

Florida Highway Patrol Troopers which he,was involved., Jeff Ruise charged'wtih possesionof A' ,,," ,. .
arrested a 19-year-old Lawtey man cocaine was placed on three years SSr-SVaiffefcJ ,
after they "unearthed"" 'a .stolen probation with speical conditionS, <', '
vehicle: 12Charles ,', / .I'
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R. Roberts pled no contestto Robert' Lee Anderson chargedwith "
ill the '
A tip lead troopers deep lewd assault child under '." ,:;:.". "; '
'' up on a sexual battery by use of threatof '
vehicle allegedly i
woods buried.where Only the a top was was showing but. was the age placed of 16 on(24 a lesser months offense community) and< ,ment deadly was'sentenced weapon false to ten imprison-years' ,' ,, ,, ,'".' I .ii". ,.-...0/\//"\..',:.;:...,. ',,' :: ::: ;, ..',"v"" \I>' "':'{':)"\:".!''-t'i"i'\, ',t" ';,','.':;".,/',;',.!,"," <,f'l, ,"''' .' "''I _,
the .
to rescue
prison inmates came ",: .//'M."I'"I""i': ..',
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control followed by ten years proba Department of Corrections followed! < \1" j/)< ." .
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to ; .
and'dug it up', according Trooper 'I .. "' I, ,> '"\ (,' ,.. ,
Donald ,Dean and .Sgt. David. tion with special conditions., ,by 15 years probation.i '''": ;,':': "11\/,.\' .,. ,; : II": .. .". ", ''' :"' ,' 1'': "; ,, ,
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Goodner: ,i. '
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Dixon 'Mark ed'guilty ,', \, >; 1 1 ;!,
The- 1978 Oldsmobile Cutless Warren M. pled no contest Frederick Sager p , ;"' ',/ I ': .; .' ,'..' "
'Supremewas reported stolen August insurance fraud and .was placed; violation of probation for attempted, ,," "' ; I '..'.'' ,;' '.." ,. : I :
28 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. ,on one year probation. introduction of contraband into state 'I" ': : ; .,;\ :
Through an intense investigation a prison facility and was sentenced to
suspect developed. William Heaton Ricky Robert Tyson pled no con 24 months community control.' ,
was located Dec. 27,' arrested and test burglary, petit theft, possessionof '
charged with grand theft auto and drug paraphernalia burglary, Rona'id' Lloyd :Byers was 'found 'IfEQALD' "
felony criminal mischief, accordingto grand theft, burglary of a structure, guilty of violation of probation for ,< ,
Trooper Dean. Heaton remains in possession of burglary tools and was carrying a concealed weapon and
custody.' sentenced to 21 days in the county placed on Tri County Probation for. '
The investigation is continuingwith jail (time served) and placed on five 100 hours community service. '. the

a possibility of additional .ar ., in / '

rests.! .

'Man Arrested1\ BOB'S ; NEWYEAR univ iL\J\1\ 1S

,For Lewd BehaviorA alreadyon LAWNMOWER ; \ ,
Bradford County man
probation for a 1985'' lewd and ,& CHAINSAW '
lascivious assault on a juvenile was ", ,
arrested by Gainesville police Dec., :REPAIR, ,
23 and. charged with a lewd and'' ,I', ,' i.. i '
of '-, ,",_-,, ,. ,
lascivious act in .the presence a T -----

child Rhymer under Rhuebin 16. Howell, 36, was Its time for'our .' I : t. ',. ".' May. t the gifts. 'of health, .4J p.

fast food .
arrested at 2:45p.m. at a '
restaurant on 13th St. In Gainesville; ,: :'wealth and happiness be yours*!' '
| COrding to Detective Mary( Ripp-' Service. ,Special! ,',

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According to a police spokesman, on aU makes and models of i
Howell took a 12-year-old boy for a '
drive Dec.22 and masturbxfed( in the 'riding mowers, :
Jappy y-CodCays
boy's presence.The boy reported the fromTERWIIJLEGAR
incident to his mother who.called the
police.Howell. :
remainS In the Alachua $3695 ,"
County Adult Detention;: Center
under a $100,000 bond.

CourtDecember Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Dodge Trucks Jeep Eagle Inc.
Circuit FREE: 141 W. Madison Street Starke
((904) 964-9000
FimilsThe'following 1 Pick-Up ; I, Op ., a SO I... la 7 f..UK Mon..rri.:roo .....11:00,....,,lu'dir, or.Ctontf:1-80O-448-JEEP.!>Band*? .

cases before acting & Delivery : 1 andTerwillegar "

Circuit ,Judge George H. Pioerce

,December.received final disposition in Offer Good Through Jan. 3O 1989 Motors I I. .

21 N. .
Hwy Keystone Heights ,
b \ -7200.
Dec.5 .
a v CAcroa. from Merchant: Ac Southern Bank) Starke 371.-1096.388FORD'Jacksonville. i 473-FORD I
Seigle to
Thomas R. pled simple Keystone Hfits
battery and was sentenced ;to six, :4730233I' 209 W, Madison' Gainesville State Road 21
months .in, the Bradford County' .: I


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By Mark Frledlla were;both'out-of-town for the holidays ... I
LRMSport*Writer which meant that Coach ''\ Monday Night
TViii KIIII IS Lady Jndliin varsity boa Uoatwrtght had to bring two Junior' .
t ""'lbnJlleam survived a tough lourg.vnu varsity players to the tourney for : I 'ADULT ,-> CHILD
'strctt:-ngalnat' some of the top ward Janna Shaddix and guard f
Ic..mlsln, the slate on the road last Rhonda Singletary, i ,,' Tuesday Night, .
W...-kn.rid, return horpe Jan. 10 when 'They were forced to play1 In a sltua' \ ""
they,host district foe Clay I Ugh: tlon In which they were both over ," L LEARN TO BOWL
'I hut game Is preceded by yet another their heads and they responded very I. ..- .
road game Jan, 5 at Inter- well to the Challenge" Coach'l3oatwrlqht ... \.
l.whe-ri bll.ll'lI should be a,relatively said,'We might not have .. .
fnsy contest for KJ11 IS,;which lit now finished as high In the tournamentas 41" CALL FOR DETAILSSTARKE
fi-S on the season we did last year with a veteran
1(hey ctuld.I,1t a breather after last, team but our gins never let Up.They ", \, LANES
week, us they,Jell\ 50-42 to Pltrson- 'are still very young but they are / \
Taylor on the road then traveled to learning quickly against some of the -, 964-8175
EusUs for the second straight seasonto toughest competition: around. I was ''t41ttit:
participate In ,an Invitational very proud of the, way all of our
which'featured four learns, players performed, in thetournament .; w
In the top t<'n. flr ....... +\,1'' STARKB
Lady Indian Head Coach Cathy Coach Bootwrlght said she Is leaning 5 7 ---
,HcMtwrfght( will be happy just to get toward a decision to have her ..' :' .
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her line. backout on the team play a man-to-man defense "' 'miwy ',i\\
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'/floor In the Intcrluchen contest. much more than It has In the post :, Owens after how well her players did\ 1M'" ,0 1 '''' ,
Laurl seeing '
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Jackl Slrmopoulos and top reserve nament. -" :; Prices
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Owens,shown here driving the lane. In an earlier game,who sprained an ankle Jan.4' .
and!.out for up to 10 dayt., '

ranked Eustis In the first round and Stacl Kangas had three points, four
trailed by just five at the half despitethe steals and a team high seven assists,
"missing persons" In the lineup' Groover hit for two Angela: Tomlin- CROWN EARLY 'M LlBU
before falling 60-41 .to the home 'son scored two and real rookies' (
team. Shaddix and Slngletary, hit for ROYAL TIMES RUM'I
Junior Center Beth Strickland' \ led four and two points respectively.
both teams in scoring with 19 points ,"We needed a game like that one In
and snagged 12 rebounds. the middle of a tough stretch"Coach,
n '"That about her average on offense ,Doatwrlght said, Some teams can go
but the big story on Beth right See 12B
now Is her Improved defensive play" page 99 '
Coach'Doatwright said. "She has 799 799.
come a long way, getting steals and ',FLORIDA 1 16
really asserting herself under the .
boards." TWIN THEATREStarke
Forward Mope Ancle who Coach LU LTR 7&J
Doatwright said was "probably the 964-5451
most outstanding and Improved on "'
,the team throughout ,all three 2.00 SPECIAL JOHNNY CHI VA'S BAILEY'S'
games" scored 11 and added three I
steals and seven rebounds. Sat & Sun.< :5:00: Showing WALKER REGALIRISH
Amy Groover a freshman forward
who Is showing much promise had Tuesday Showing RED CREME
to step Into the starting role against
Eustls and played ,well in,her,first Closed Wed. & Thurs.'. .
'atart" scoring seven' ponts! and Starts FrI.,Dec.30 ,,
pulling down six rebounds.., 1 109 1 ,.399.
Forward Teresa Carter usually the J; 1 4.9.9
"sixth man" off the bench this season '
was also put In a starting post-, COCOONTH 750 I '7&J
tlon and rose to the challenge scoring *' '

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Keystone Klassic Action, New Year 'New BeginningFocus I

\f' ", Continues Tonight on the Future ,

Cocoa Beach High are defending
; By Mark FriedllnDCT '
"t District 13 champs with three w Focus on the Future Displaced ''or older who have lost the support of
"", Staff Writer straight titles and finished third in 1 Fv.e Homemaker Program at Santa Fe their family through separation,
(t. Get ready for some non-stop basketball last year's "Klassic Community College has a new class ,divorce, or the death or disability of
action tonight In Keystone' Grand Ridge High 23.11'last season
and who are planning to
I llclahts ns the Kill IS Indian basketball won the Lake City Christmas starting January 23, their spouse
team hosts the second round the re-enter the job market after yearsof
state championsIrt
.' Second Annual "Keystone Klassic" tourney\ 1986. were The class and other services are working in the home. Planning a
;'!' basketball Invitational tournament.The Sarasota Cardinal Mooney High free of charge but preregistrationIs new life direction and support from\
I' 137-82 In the past nine years, de- required by Friday, January 20. ,others are basic parts of the class
The (Indians are defending: District feated then number one Clear-water The purpose of the class is to offer ''To register or for more Information
and Regional champs and came Central Catholic in the districts and help to homerr "">rs> of age call 395-5047.
,f) within one point of eventual state took first place In the'' St. Cloud
,(I champion Dollcs In the sectional title Christmas tourney.
ame Inst year as they compiled a Tampa Catholic High are the defending
t I': :%. 25-6 record under second-year Head Terrapin Classic champions COOlS ,WAI'IIPS/W".nsu
; Coach Mike Wingate. took sixth place In the prestigious -
j', Seven other teams are Invited to' Kingdom of the Sun tourney ,
1 'i' this year's- tourney In what Is one of and have defeated eighth-ranked 4A ......
.:' the toughest fields around this Holiday Duchola. ,
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season. Wymore Tech High,.went to the final I [N. '\ "1 ,.
,' Opening round play began last night four In 1987-88, are defending regional ,, : i'W'' I 11.
I' ,',, In the Kill IS gym and continues this district and sectional "' ,\ '
evening at 6 p.m. (Call the gym at champs this season.JacksonvtJle ) ,, l
473-3126 for: exact times) t high IS THE TiME'
starting Episcopal competes : I
I, with top teams showing their stuff In a tough district which Includes I ,,' "liI!} .'
t't'I In some exciting action. state champions Dollcs and iJf' 1 J
,. Other teams at the tourney include; returns all five starters predicted to .. Ai W YOUR /SPARE TIMEcon 7
t"\ /, Dixie County losers to Kill IS In last be one, of the top teams in 2A this ......_."-'-'..-," ... be turned Into
[ year's Regional battle; in front of a season.It .
standing.room-only crowd In the should be a thrilling tournamentand Hot Shooter..., EXTRA'$$$$$$
i The Bears had 26-5 crowd in the KJ11IS for ( ,
KIIHS gym. a big gym Indian forward Tim shot
"" Frazer has shown outside thbseason
:: opponent a deadly
Ii; : record last season and finished see. plenty of exciting top-notch hoops.
'and in the final 2A poll: DC there! a*one of the .leading scorers on the squad. .
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I ,:r Lady Indians Glad to :Be' Back Home After Road Trip I ,;.out!,

from 108't'
j : time" Coach Boatwrlght.said. "We trans that Conch Ikmlwright( says 'Is 'Ucth were both, shooting well: They a" '' ,
M1 f""' ,Into a tailspin when they're losing a played our worst ever game against the best her team has f"ccd yet this just had more scorers than we did, WAITER/WAITRESS OR COOK'of
lhr;: few but our girls have kept their them over there. We'11 be pumped up season. especially with Laud and Jack both your neighborhoodPizza ,
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t' to the pressure.' 1'm' sure we will be The ladles finished their tournament ,the second period ,when Sleet younger players who might never
:,.: playing much better when the season ,swing and took some much- (Kangas) picked up her third foul and' have seen so much playing time In a Call, 964-8700,
'comes down to the final games.," needed rest after falling 6O-42 had to hit the bench"' Coach tournament \like this so it will( helpus orApply At
The first big test will come Jan. 12 against sixth-ranked, Clermont in Doatwrlght said. "Konook Doolen down the road.'t I'm'. proud of all of '
when fifth-ranked Newberry comes the final game." did a fine Job for us considering her them." 915'N. Temple Ave.
calling to try to take a season sweep Strickland hit for 19 points and experience level ,but their point Kangas scored four points.Tomllrv- Starke, FloridaInterest :
against the Lady Indians after beat but guard Is a veteran and she tore us
Arzle scored 12 it wasn't enough'Ing up son had three and Groover and
I; them in Newberry early in December to combat a balanced scoring effort in the second half.,We played well Shaddix both' scored two each, to Obi
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