Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01846
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1990
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Lows will dip Into the high 30s Saturday morning but no frost Is IOA I I. ; I '" '.
expected here. A weak front, bringing few clouds and no rain will ... ( r a
pass through the area Friday. Lows will dip into the high SOS SaturSICTION Lt 12. Pag.i .. ... .,,"I .. "
day morning but no frost is expected here.High temperatures will Jaiiarama... ... ... ...... IB 'M. '....
range only Into the upper 60s throughout the weekend. Standing Memorial .. .... .. .. 2B
Rainfall for the month of December averaged 2.58 Inches as wrap Nowe.. .... .,.. ... .:3, 4, .B
recorded at the three fire towers In the, county. Normal for Obltuarim. . ... ... . .. .SB
December Is 3.08 In. Court Flnoli. . . . ... .. .tB The
The moon Is full Today, January 11, and will wane until a new wrr..t..:. .. .. .. .. ..BClaiilllml Sweetest Strawberries. This Side of Heaven
moon January 28. Adi .. . . .10-IJB 110th Year STARKE,FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy
28th Issue Thursday.January II,1990 USPS 062-700
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Set.n Sale's"'O' : i'ti": "' .T'-"a. : I IA

WorthNoting' Study Cent Local 'p' 0. no x"

committee to study a one-cent local option January, not October.Time is needed to meet tion sales tax must be divided according to specific project said attorney Flynn such a
sales tax was kicked off Monday,Jan. 8, all state requirements Flynn said. population,with all muniscipalities within the new Jail, new roads or the courthouse.
by the county commission. Under state law, Bradford voters must approve county,even though a town might refuse to go Chairman Carter said if a special election is
Looking forward to the time for a jail and a 1-cent sales tax for it to be levied. along with the plan."I held on the sales tax,a straw ballot on the$100
before too many years the enlargement of the Chairman Carter named Commissioner won't agree to it at all,for instance, if the special assessment might be included. "I
> Brooker Council... courthouse Commissioner Joe Riddick said it Riddick to chair the study committee. Rid- City of Starke holds out," said Commissioner don't think the assessment" Is as unpopular as
Because of the city election Tues is time to start studying how to raise!funds. dick said he plans to ask one member of each Riddick. some people think.
day, Feb. 13, the Brooker council city commission to work on the committee.If -Current estimates are that a one-cent coun- Commissioner Riddick said that, so far, 18
has reset Its February meeting to "All right," said Chairman Maxie CarterJr. fy->ales tax would raise $900,000 per year, Florida counties have passed the additional
Tuesday,Feb. 6, at 7:30 p.m., In CI- ., "I'll go along with anything the board the Idea files,Chairman Carter suggested give or take 10 percent, Riddick said. Clerk penny sales tax. Florida sales tax is now six
ty Hall. wants." asking the towns to sign agreements to let Ray Norman cautioned commissioners percent, and county voters have the option to
County Attorney Reggie Flynn said the their share of the monies go toward a jail. against depending too much on that estimate.A raise it to seven cents on the dollar inside the
Baptist Revival... time to begin work on the problem Is In Under state law, the revenue from a local op- sales tax must be implemented for a county.

Hampton Baptist Church will '. .... .. .. . ', ," ,.. .... ',". ", ., ( ". .:._. ,', .', "". ." .
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hold a revival Jan. 10-14, beginningat -
7 p.m. each evening. The Rev. ,
Roscoe Creed will be preaching.The S Div.
church is located between .
Hampton and US-301, on SR-18.

Exchange Group... RulesAlmost \

The German Exchange Group Is
now organizing at BHS. Those who -
would like to spend weeks in W. I
Germany this summer should con- !....., \

tact Ronnie Harris or Bobble Sue kr .....!; '.
O'Brtan, Ph. 964-7717. (Run Jan. 11 -

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Pop Warner... _'.' ",
The Pop Warner annual banquetis
set for Saturday, Jan. 13, at 6 "" Readyby
pm., in the Fairgrounds Banquet
Room. All parents are invited.
Officers will be elected for 1990.
Bring equipment to be turned in. Buster Rahn
i aCT Staff Writer
1 King Calibration... : Just over a year ago, Commissioner .
1! Wilbur Waters then chair
The annual Dr. Martin Luther 2 : : man of the County Commission, appointed I
King Jr. celebration will be held at r : x- a committee and instructed '
Allen Chapel AME Church, Sunday, .L ar G it to move expeditiously to write a ;
Jan. 14, at 3 p.m. subdivision ordinance. '
The public is invited. Monday, Jan. 9, the committee
reviewed what may be the final
1 draft, which will now be returned to 1//
Hospital Auxiliary.... Lowell Garrett senior planner for

The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary \ : North Central Florida Regional ,

meeting is slated for Monday, Jan. Planning Committee, for typing.
I 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the Western \ The committee plans to meet one
I Steer Steakhouse more.time to re-read the final copy
The program subject Is "Stroke before it is submitted to county commissioners
/I Prevention." Katie Klger, RN ,,--. for approval, perhaps at
I' .(" ..,.. ,, ,'CRRNr will be the guest 'f"Jllker-I .. .". their Feb. 5 meeting.
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal,
Bloodmobile... who has been instrumental in keep-
Ing the proposed ordinance moving,
The Clvitan Bloodmobile will be will present it to the Bradford Coun-
In Starke Monday and Tuesday, ty Zoning Board Tuesday Jan. 30.
Jan 115.16. The Zomng Board will review the
Schedule of times and places, -- '. document, and while it has the

Monday: authority to recommend changes, it
Hercules, 7:30: a.m. to 9 a.m.WinnDixie. ..... -, ".. .'------' ,. is expected to send it on to county
9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. commissioners as is.
Starke Uniform-Bradford Furniture of last
In the first couple meetings
1p m. to 9 p.m. Esther. Ellerson Speaks Computer Lingo... year, little progress was made bet

Wai-Mart i 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. This $170,000 German-made Nixdorf computer li used to track fathers County Finance Director Esther Ellerson Is the only person In the coun- ween two factions, those wanting all
Bradford delinquent In child payments statewide and for criminals statewide as ty currently who writes programs for the computer paved roads in subdivisions, and
High School, 8 a.m. to well as all other other county functions Including traffic violators. those wanting to maintain the status '1
2 p.m. quo, allowing private unpaved roads '
Courthouse, 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. or homeowner associations.In .
SFCC, 8 a.m. to 12 noon Ellerson Has Handle a committee meeting July 31, /
Only Computer
Hospital, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.Whnt.nnt the group wrangled for two hours /
without coming to terms on the road
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...._. .._. Auction .L issue Board Chairman Rick
.n would handle all the work, win the Zoning
by Butter Rahn year.Although she works more man overtime pay, saying she has not
Bradford Senior Citizens will holdan ICT Staff Writer 40 hours a week, she receives no state contributing $60,000 toward its drawn overtime pay In several Replogle told them to "consider the k
auction at the Senior Center Is Esther Ellerson a hard-working overtime pay, or compensatory pay. purchase. The county paid the re- years. In 1987 and 1988 she was good of the" county rather than
(behind the Courthouse) Tuesday, loyal employee of the county clerk's 'When she writes a computer program maining $110,000 cost of the equip- unable to take a vacation because of themselves. Replogle suggestedthe
Jan. 16, beginning at 1 p.m. office, or an overpaid bureacratlc on her own time, she is paid ment. her workload. She received neither county might reverse itself and
Proceeds will go to a local charity computer guru that has built a $17 per hour. According to Ms. Eller- The old Burroughs computer, pur- vacation pay nor compensatory time accept graded roads in subdivisions,
yet to be named. Everyone is in- monoply in county financing? son, she writes programs for $8,000to chased in the mid 1970's, now ob- for the vacation time lost. In 1989 if constructed to county specifications -
vited. Ellerson, finance director in the $10,000 that would cost $33,000 to solete, was incompatible for the new Ellerson was able to get away for 3 and stabilized with limerock to
county clerk's office focused atten- $40.000 if purchased from a commercial CCJIS Program, and required constant days In April and 3 days at the end of state standards, meaning it meets
Baseball Sign-up tion on herself last September when firm. maintenance. Burroughs had December. certain compaction tests.Replogie's .
she appealed the assessment on her The lower cost of the program advised the county that some repair Before he vacated the bench, Circuit speech broke the ice,
Baseball registration for boys home to the county Board of isn't the only advantage, Ellerson parts were no lunger available.The Judge R.A. Green, Jr. noted and the group began to make pro-
and girls, ages 7-14, begins Tues., Equalization.The points out, saying she writes programs new computer was installed In that Ellerson was working in the gress for,the first time in defining
Jan 16 and ends March 7. Fee, $30. appeal was denied, but in terms other employees can September, 1988. Courthouse until midnight or later, subdivisions and setting standardsfor I
Sign-up at Pratt Street Center or rumors began circulating that Eller relate to and operate. The computer In the clerk's office and advised Clerk Brown of the road construction. I
old Armory Building.Due son Is being paid an excessive serves a number of uses other than danger in having a female employee In the early meetings Developers
to the holiday, the Monday, salary, unlimited overtime pay and New Computer... financial records including child alone in the building.1 Ralph Aryan and Ronnie Newman I
Jan. 15 Ceramics class has been programming fees. Ellerson said the legislature required support, Jury lists, traffic Inven- order alleviate the situation. advanced the theory that Bradford
cancelled Classes will tories and all County home buyers are too poor to
resume One commissioner said an programs Brown had a terminal installed In
to install new
county the a
Jan. 22. county had to be rewritten from Cobalt to buy lots in subdivisions with paved
Monday, "I've been wondering for long time circuit-wide criminal justice infor- Ellerson's home, which is used for
Tennis for boys and girls Unit Base language and streets. Newman said $8,000 is the
ages why The hasn't looked In- mation system (CCJIS) in 1987 a programming, running support
7-l resumed Telegraph has been maximum a lot will bring on the
yesterday (Wednesday to the situation. with the Eighth Ellerson rewriting pro- data before and after office hours.
)) on the Pratt Street.Courts. In recent days,The Telegraph has Judicial pilot program District being the first to install grams for the past 18 months andexpects By having the terminal at home, loca1l1'111rket.slnce it amortizes in 10
and that'sall
to have everything transfer Ellerson is able the at $100 per month
to start equip- years
talked at length with Clerk Ray Norman it. The State offered to give
Veterans... Ellerson commissioners red to the new language by the end of ment running, and have work from Bradford Countians can pay.
Ms. small
county Bradford County a new com-
have Newman
March. When the opposite Bryan
programs before the
The Veteran's Service Office will CPA Pat Farnsworth and puter to run the program, but in lieu been completed Ellerson's pay will staff day compiled and were George Roberts, insurance and
saving ,
be open next week at the usual others, relative to what Ms.Ellerson of the equipment, then County Clerk revert to her base salary.. real estate, and County Attorney
time, Wednesday, Jan. 17, and each does, and what she Is being paid. Gib Brown elected to purchase a Ellerson laid to rest the rumor of (See Ellerson..PJA) Reggie Flynn, both of whom wanted .::,
Wednesday thereafter, 8:30 a.m.to Ms. EUerson's salary is$34,000 per new computer for the county that paved streets in every subdivision. '
4 p.m. The office is located in the After Replogle addressed the
Commissioners Conference Room. group, compromises were reached,

SRWMD Meeting... Gas Prices Going UpLeaded Jail or Hall Caper to Benefit Cancer Society and the final everyone draft in the group supported

The Suwannee River Water ,...., .... 'Here's the chance of a lifetime. For $23 you can have your
In the slammer. That's right, thrown in Jail Final Draft...
Management District's governing gasoline II1asC6 coming self serve prices. favorite person thrown
board will meet Thursday Jan.. 18, a thing of the past, at least here in After period of several months in the American Cancer Society's Jail and Bail at Denny's of In the final draft a development of
at'::30 a.m'j in the Live Oak : Starke,with only four locations still with gasoline prices holding steadyin Starke, Thursday, Feb. 1, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 8 lots or less is not recognized as a
district headquarters. The public is selling the 89 octane leaded regular, and around Starke, there have Participation is completely voluntary. Willing participants will subdivision In the proposed or-
Invited." which some folks say is necessary' been sporadic fluctuations in prices be picked up at their homes or offices by a real offf-duty police officer dinance.A '
Worth Notlng..p.IOAJ for older can because of possible during the past few weeks. and hauled off the the pokey.While behind bars,prisoners will subdivision with 9 to 15 lots may
unleaded brands. of regular'unleaded was posted cancer. specifications.A .
Upcoming... During a ,, Jan. ,11 down to 89.9 cents at some self serve The Jail and Ball caper Is being sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of subdivision with 16 to 49 lots requires -
Public meetings scheduled in the survey by The Telegraph, Shell had locations In Starke, down from the Starke. All profits will go toward funding cancer research, patient paved streets, with 60 foot
coming weeks are: leaded regular at$1.099, the Handy- 91.9 standard since last fall, but by services and life saving education programs of the American right-of-way and pavement 20 feet
Bradford County School Board Way on SR-16 Is priced at $10U: ,and' the weekend the price had been rais- Cancer Society. wide. "
will meet Tuesday Jan. 16. In the Pep-O, Majik Market (formerly ed to the middle IIIJ!. The Little If you want someone arrested,call Lillian Stump,phone 9647806.the (See Rules..P.3A)
Administrative Office on forth Tenneco] and two tlt Champ GaS..P.3A)
Temple Ave, at 7 p.m. locations offer leaded at.,1.l1n', au (See ,

TueadaY1.Jao.Starke City Council 16, at 7:30 will p.m.meet, in County Kopelousos to Probe Assessment Possibilitiesmeets I

Bradford County Commissioners
will. meet Wednesday. Jan. 17, at County commissioners are scheduled to The city, but pending research by attorney compromise offer to the city. l'opelOUllOl, with Brown county said.officials. The issues were
who bal been has not thecl- discussed
busy approabed
7:30 p.m., In the Courthouse. Zoning meet at 3 Jan. 12 In the Kopelousos. retained for the assess- ,
p.m. Friday courthouse Johnny commissioners officials
week : say
tyl but did meet last with Qty: Attorney City
Issues will be enda.
on with ment battle the has not approachedthe
Boar attorney Johnny Kopelousos to county Terry Brown to discuss the Issues'. took the city's approval of the assessment for
The Starke will
Zoning further investigate levying some form of a city again.The .
Kopelousos has told the county the assessment granted and didn t give a good explanation of
meet Thursday Jan. 25, at 7 p.m., special assessment for the remainder of the county proved the motion of Com on emergency medical service Illegal the county's funding problems in the first
In City Hall, by the Board 89-90 fiscal year. missioner WillM Waters to ask the city to approve but the assessment on the operation of the Jail meeting in which city commissioners rejected
i of Adjustment, If any items arson. City commissioners, who must approve the a one year special: assessment of$:JO for is uncharted ground.Attorney Brown has told 4-1 to sign an interlocal agreement. City -
the Chamber agenda.of Commerce annual assessment for it to be levied Inside Starke, emergency mcj!' -al service and$40 for opera- the city the assessment on the operation of the fathers say the county said It would levy
be held Jan. four times have rejected the$100 assessment tion of the cowl jail. Those to services were Jail Is illegal. the assessment anyway, but then asked forthe
banquet will Saturday, '
but some city commissioners have Indicated! chosen by county commissioners because With a Telegraph reporter present, attorney city's approval.
Bradford' I Board' they will accept a $70 compromise.After used by all citizens of the. county, Brown declined Monday night, Jan. 8, The county wanted the$100 assessment ex-
County Zoning without
the regard to corporate limits. to discuss with city commissioners,meetingfor pected some$900,000, to balance its budget. Apartyear ,
will be held Tuesday Jan.
meeting with
their last meeting city
assessment at $70 will
the details of his discussion per year I
Maxie a workshop, :
90 at 7 In City Hall. : County Commission Chairman
p.m., commissioners voted 5-0 Dec.
county leave the county far short of that. I
to take with atty. Kopelousos until after Kopelouso !
Carter Jr. asked attorney Kopelousos
a to offer the city a $70 compromise figure

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I It's Hamilton vs. Melvin in !Brookerby For Engineering SFCC CourseIn .* ,

Buster Kahn eacn. in Feb. 1989, although Hamilton had Registration II being accepted by' Check the Classifieds. I
BCT Staff Writer Those running are: continued in office.7.ij<\: "*,jk-'t'\, '.: er mail until January 16 for Spring .
Brooker residents may be In for a Seat 1: A.B. Adams,2 year term, Hamilton had thought he'was in term in Santa Fe Community College
hot city election Tuesday, Feb. 13, incumbent, unopposed the middle of a two year term last (Gainesville) and Florida A &:
although only one race will be on the Seat 2: Gene Melvin, 2 year term year,and did not qualify for the 1989 M University's Bachelor of ScienceIn
ballot. Incumbent, and former election. When Thomas discovered '
to. mayor Engineering Technology pro-
fitting former mayor Blake lake Hamilton. the error, Hamilton stepped down, 'gram. Three night courses, Electromechanical I Need An Electrician?
Hamilton against Council Chairman Seat 5: Jim Bryant, 1 year term, with Melvin 'being elected-'acting Components, Advanced DAN WAINWRIGHT
Gene Melvin, who is also acting incumbent. < mayor to fill the unexpired term by Electronics I and Network call
mayor, will make for an Interesting Mayor: Ted Bfgham. 1 year- the city council. Analysis will be offered. -36 Yra.Experience All TVpon Electrical Work,
political campaign In the town. term, seat vacant."' Hamilton, who had been paid $450 Students not enrolled in the BSET t Single&:3 Phase. Reason ly Priced Work
Two other council seats and the The mayor's office became vacantin for the nine months, agreed to reimburse program may take these courses.
mayor's office is up for grabs, with late 1989, when Clerk Thomas the city for the salary paid in
only! one candidate qualifying for found Hamilton's term had expired error.

I Brooker Considers Compromise with DOTby HOME ENTERTAINMENT

Buster Rohn Brooker id not have a permit to run whicn will govern responses by the
ICT Staff Writer the water line on the road right-of- Brooker Fire Department to
Brooker Attorney Johnny Hobbs but after a lengthy search,City emergencies outside the city limits.
told the council Tuesday,JBn..S.that Clerk Charlene Thomas came up The agreement will provide for CONCEPTSDeerfoot
Attorney Brant Hargrove, representing with the permit, issued about 20 determining liability and set
the State Department oT years ago, but still valid. geographical limits for local fire
Transportation (DOT), said, "Let'ssit .DOT now recognizes the permit, fighters. Center 964-6946
down and talk." but reportedly says the water lines When completed, the draft will be
Hobbs said the invitation appearsto' were buried at the wrong depth, presented to Alachua County and "
be a "possible offer to com relieving it of responsibility. other governmental bodies with ., ; it J
promise" on the settlement of a Attorney Hobbs said DOT has suggested whom Brooker will seek signed '
$1,900 repair bill for a broken waterline a meeting in its district office agreements. A'A y.
,for which Brooker council holds but Councilman A.B. Adams, Brooker council decided in a prior M W
DOT responsible. apparently smarting from some meeting to forego city building per
Attorney Hobbs says DOT feels it short answers by DOT personnel, mits, and enter into an agreementwith
hasa: good case for refusing responsibility moved to hold the meeting in the county. Hobbs reported that
120 Watt
for the break, and would de- Brooker. Zoning Director Darrel O'Neal's of- Fisher Sound System
fend its position in court. Clerk Thomas said the council re- fice will draft a new agreement, with CD (No Rack)
At the same time, "Brooker has a quested advance notice when DOT reflecting Brooker's decision to
legitimate, justifiable claim, and .would grade ditches, and It would allow the county to handle building
can:file an action (in Small Calims provide someone to locate waterlines permits within the city. $69995
Court) at any time," Hobbs said. in the area. The offer was Hobbs reported that deeding the ONLY
The dispute arose over a waterline refused,with a DOT spokesman say- State Farmer's Market facility to
,that runs across DOT right-of. Ing, "It's our right-of-way, and we Brooker is on the State Cabinet's
way. The line was broken by DOT do not have to advise you when we agenda Tuesday, Jan. 23, and he ex-
maintenance employees while plan to work on it." pects it to be finalized at the time.
grading ditches. Adams' motion to hold the The Department of Corrections is
Brooker had to call In an outside meeting in Brooker within two currently using the Farmer's
plumbing contractor to repair the weeks carried 4-1, with Coun- Market buildings for storage of
broken Tine, and paid the $1 900 cilwoman Sue Davis dissenting. materials and supplies for buildingthe
charge. Reimbursement was askedof new prison In union County.
DOT, but so far DOT has been Attorney's Report. Due to the conflict of the Tuesday,
unresponsive.DOT Attorney Hobbs reported he is Feb. 13,election,the council reset its
took the position that working on a mutual-aid agreement February meeting to the 6th. -- 1 7i'' ff4TlaTl,98,,TltiIlf [QPuHU Gi iiUL1w

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subdivision with 50 or more lots was summed up by one of its Riddick and Maxie Carter, Jr. have GE
rquires all paved roads, and comes members, "Require standards, but raised no objections during the com- VCRS
under State Statutes. make them less stringent than mittee meetings.
Subdivisions with a paved en- neighboring counties, Alachua and The county has some 350 miles of
trance and paved main street may Clay." graded roads to maintain, and have
have graded feeder streets not over Although the committee has no said in times past that it will not ac- $1 2995
1,329 feet long and serving not more guarantee the county will accept un- cept anymore grades. Stabilized
than 15 families. paved roads provided for in the proposed grades should require less FISHER'
The philosophy of the committee ordinance, Commissiones Joe maintenance than sand grades.
H Gas Prices.
e e from page 1 A

Champ stores, Majik, Pep-O) and The mid grades of unleaded range full service, two Exxon stations and IITelevision
Coastal: have now settled at $.969 for from $1.019 at Coastal to $1.209 at the Amoco station.The highest price 2611 GE GE Small AM/FM '
unleaded regular gasoline while the one Exxon station, and high test noted this week in Starke was $1.509 .
cheapest gas in town < Handy brands range from $1.099 at Coastalto for full service high test Exxon.
I Way store on SR-13. Mobil is now $1.369 at Hurst's Exxon. The proces quoted herein reflect Radio
$.979, Shell, Texaco, Exxon and People who don't want to pump prices in Starke as of Wednesday
Amoco are priced at $.999 again all tbei>,own gas have to pav for the ser- afternoon, and show a two and three Television ... -
self erve prices. vice..: Three locations still offer the cent rise since last weekend.Fillerson. withremote Dual Qass.. __

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relieving- a staff member from sit- his staff to operate the computer, In-house. Where the programmerhas $339 S169"
ting and watching the computer run but since it would require going to other duties, it is common prac-
for an hour or two.Background. school and working evenings and tice to pay the programmer over $279
Saturdays, no one wanted the job. time or a set fee for programming.In .
... Brown appointed Ellerson to fiscal year 1988-89, the county
Ellerson, a native of Bradford operate the computer and sent her to budgeted $30,000 for programming,
County, was valadictorian of her school at Santa Fe Community Col- of which $28,000 was actually spent.
RJE High School senior class, in lege and University of N. Fla., stu- Ellerson was paid$14,000.In .
1969. She attended Santa Fe Com dying computer programming.From the current year, 1989-90, WEEKEND
munity college for two years,receiving that beginning, Ellerson has $16,000 is budgeted for programming
an AA degree. moved into the finance director's ,with$2,800 paid to Ellerson thus
After graduating from SFCC, position,where she is responsible for far.Clerk Norman said he expects to
Ellerson enrolled in the Universityof supervising four staff members, spend an additional$2,800 in the next lilt
N. Fla.,in Jacksonville, majoring operating the computer, preparing 60-90 days, completing all programming -
in business-education, with a minorin budgets, financial statements and ,-with some $10,000 remaining
accounting. In April, 1976, Eller- programming. unspent.
son needed only to Intern in a school Based on the above Information,
classroom to receive her degree, but Computer Pay... Ellerson received approximately
she chose to work in Starke rather When the state auditor general $48,000 last year for salary and programming
than get a degree and possibly go stopped auditing county offices, and is slated to receive
elsewhere. Bradford County retained Davis approximately$40,000 this year.The
When she began working for Clerk Monk Farnsworth and Co. to make county does not take out social
Brown, all records were posted by annual audits, and retained Pat security or withholding taxes from
hand. Shortly thereafter, the county Farnsworth as a consultant to the the programming. funds paid to
purchased a small Burroughs com- board of county commissioners. Ellerson.NORMAN'S
puter, but no one was trained to Farnsworth said it is not unusualfor
operate It at the time. firms to have a programmer on I
Brown asked for a volunteer from staff and write computer programs



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TheM Bradford Middle School indent made perfect core on both lection Bonn,Larry Antlonlo Jordan,Jesse Kersey, Bethany Lee and -
of the SSAT lest this year. In the rear from left to right BHUe Jo Mullla, Dawn Nail, Dana -z"y- _
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Lawtey Council Reorganized, Rosier Declines I I Save $13STARKE I

By Joe GillY I
Ject. instead bunch kids." assistance and
aCT Staff Writ. a of Chief Jor- long I
Mayor-Commissioner It would take at least five officersto dan agreed, "All this stuff has got to recent icr storm I I II
Rosier declined nomination Marvin for re- keep a man on duty at all times, stop.'r highways I The First Presbyterian Church
election to the Mayor's seat at the Chief Jordan said, otherwise there Evilena Kitties,Joyce Walker and day period, 921 East Call Street I
would be no protection after the 40 Herman Johnson also were critical, Day. I
Lawtey City Concil meeting. held hour week. Mondays, 7 pm I II II
Tuesday,January 2 at City Hall. offering advice to the council. The long hours
Saying, "I decline the nomination Outgoing councilman Bill Crouse "Do your homework," ,Johnson fic moving safely I I II I'I
because I am seriously considering had high praise for the police department said, "find out what the people want was an
running for a county office later In saying the "They were out all and need." Sheriff's I now about the At Work Program* I II
the year." Rosier removed his name hours of day and night during the "Recreation. Give our children a "We very much
from nomination. cold and Ice storm. place to go," said Kittles "Set assistance of Chief I 1-800-874-4170 I
Robert Scott, the only other The department worked almost money aside every year for recrea- ficer Griffis during
nominee, was then elected non-stop for three days and nights, tion. Make Lawtey the city it can be As an outcome of
unanimously to the mayor's seat. Chief Jordan said. for our boys and girls." council approved & PROGRAM
Not revealing the office he will Several people were critical of the Chief Deputy Pat Henry from the provided for the FLEXILE I
seek, speculation .has it that the infighting between the council and Sheriff's Department attended the be deputized by onty offer.Ile tarn.wwd__.Not ...
Harold Eunice ..... w1d Ihs At OO.Mpog..n
County Commission,District 2,seat police department. meeting to compliment the Lawtey they would have .I Ws0M W.Idwd m.At NbM PI O m W.r.prt.r.rt ba.Mrlu d WEIGHT'
asked, "Why don't act like men Police wide in such INC I.
now held by "Nook"Norman, is tile you Department for its work and future .INC.18M. ,
most likely to be the goal of Rosier.
Since this is an off year election .
the only offices in the county that ;; ,
will be up for election are two county < f .
commission seats and three school '
board seats. James "Cobby" Wain- I II.
wright is the District 2 school board SFRW.TA1R 1'
member. '

Rosier was appointed chairman of
the Water Committee. Newly ..
elected Delbert Jordan was appointed ,
to Streets, Laura Harris to "
Finance and Emmett Bright to
Sanitation, as Scott reorganized the
council. v I

Councilwoman Lam Harris suggested -, i iR
that if the city .'erk is going
to be required to work 40.hours per -
week, shouldn't the chief also be re-
quired to work a 40 hour week. r
Chief of Police Butch Jordan
replied, "I'll be glad to work a 40
hour week if that's what you want i
me to do, but when the 40 hours are sasisttets.Novy
in, we'll just close up." Harris had ?

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Will The 1990 Years '--".. -1'. .' .''''.' _.. ..a. . .... ,' ,, ,. .. ..L "" "-1i'j . "' ,

Be 'Growth Management' Decade?'

So we've had our Happy New Year Reagan, whose concern for the environment '

(Day) -- now what about a Happy was almost nil. yF

Decade? Concern about the too-rapid growth of

In anybody's crystal ball, it looks as if Florida surfaced in the 1980s, when the

Decade of the 90s will be fraught with state's population soared from less than

problems enough to make the 1980s look five million people in 1960 to nearly 13

like a piece of cake. million in 1989. On top of the crisis of ,tl J ,/,

Not the least of these will be Florida'sGrowth runaway growth, Florida faced a severe nM
Management Plan which will drought coupled with crop losses and \ V .I
wildfires and freezes.
require cities and counties to have infrastructure widespread
Transportation, education, and other 9
(roads streets water
needs became
growth-related staggering -
sewer) and other facilities in place
other '
but Governor Martinez and
before permitting; development.Under politicians, fearful of future defeat at

the new Growth ManagementAct the }polls? refused to raise tax revenues '
local governments will be forced to sufficient to cope with problems that s's''r

stop development unless they can pro- should have been faced in the '80s, but

vide the necessary services. In some were postponed to the 90s.
communities new construction has
Now, the day of reckoning has come,
,already halted because of a lack of road
and whichever party controls our

money. destiny in the 90s, its leaders must find a x

Where's the new money coming way to keep the growth,boom going at a
from? That's a good question. Whereare controllable pace without destroyingthe '

the funds needed for new landfill very reason that most newcomers ...

construction and operation, new jails, moved to Florida in the first place.

new courthouse additions, and all the Those reasons were: natural beauty A Peaceful Scene on Kingsley Lake I
other services that require increased sunshine, unsurpassed lakes andbeaches

funding? and even the state's wildlife,
Concerning growth, Associated Press many species of which are already ex- Kingsley Lake, believed to beFlorida's the lake. He was assisted by E.L."Matthews threatening the purity of the water.

writer Curt Anderson : "From a tinct or endangered. oldest and highest-elevated of Starke, who supplied historical This 2,000-acre, spring-fed lake is
says lake, seems well on the to being
way information and photographs for( the believed by geologists to have been
road system to a dy- Concerning the local scene and its awarded the State's prestigious presentation.DER formed eons ago as a mammoth sink
ing Everglades, to an overwhelmed tax current financial problems, a recent let- designation as an Outstanding Florida is still reviewing the application hole which is over 180 feet deep at its
system (and inadequate tax base),' ter to The Telegraph said: Water. and has received only favorable deepest point. Some folk lore has it that
Florida is challenged: this decade to Such designation would provide so' Eric the lake was formed by a giant meteor,
grow from a fast-changing adolescenceto "Why has the funding problem reached waters of the lake a higher degree of Shaw responses DER environmental far, according specialist.to but state geologists reject this theory. It
full-blown an acute stage? There are a numberof protection from pollution, and would "There, a is at this time," is also recognized by State geologists as
maturity. also the of Environmental no opposition the most stable lake in Northeast

For the county ( prevent Department
Shaw said and we've
years ,
It's an awesome picture one that balanced ( Regulation from issuing Florida, with a water level not varying
its endorsements.
budget by using carry-over permits for operations that would tendto numerous more than 16 to 18 inches.At .
was graphically portrayed in a recent funds from the fiscal period.
previous lower water quality in one of
television documentary that showed th"real" Instead of investing the surplus funds, it Florida's most recreationally used DER plans to hold a public hearing on one time the lake was almost sur-
Florida which has attracted the application, perhaos in late April. If rounded by orange groves, which were
; )was politically expedient to avoid new bodies of water.A destroyed by the bitter winters of 1895
tourists for the past hundred years, be- taxes and roll back the millage. The comprehensive document outlining approved by DE R staff, its recommen-En- and 1899. At the height of the orange in-
dation would be sent to the
ing transposed now into a Mickey combination of rolling back millage and qualities of this unique lake that makeit vironmental Commissionfor dustry on the lake an application was
Mouse, dancing-dolphin show place balancing the budget by using worthy of OFW status was filed with its Regulation made to organize the Kingsley Lake
where condominiums block out visibility carry- DER last July. It was accompanied( by approval. Navigation Company, but it apparently
over funds helped create the economic petitions signed by residents of the was never actually activated becauseof
of the and toll roads
sea entangle crisis the county now faces. lake, and many letters of endorsementfrom In order to earn an OFW designation, the loss of groves.In .
landscape like cobwebs. It's a frightening governmental bodies in Clay and must have exceptional
"State-mandated programs have also a body of water the 1830s when the first survey fora
picture for everyone except those Bradford Counties, as well as in- recreational or ecological significance.The cross-state canal was being made, the
contributed to fiscal
who will profit from such garish greatly the dividual legislators, officeholders, and Suwannee River, Santa Fe River, proposed route began at the St. Johns
development.The pressure on local governments. Jails, Camp Blanding staff officers. and Santa Fe Lake are among Florida River following along Black Creek and
solid waste disposal, transportation, are waters that have already been awardedthe into Kingsley Lake. From there it
television program also expressed just a few of the areas impacted by Also included in the application is the OFW title. followed Alligator Creek into Sampson
concern about the loss of historic State mandates. These programs must. southern portion of Black Creek's north Lake, Sampson River into Santa Fe
buildings in Florida which are too often be funded local the fork, which rises in the lake on Camp While Kingsley Lake water has fre- River and hence into Suwannee River
by government or
torn down and less Blanding property. quently been tested and found good, and on to the Gulf of Mexico. This roufe
replaced by attrac- State will withhold revenues such as the there are indications that storm water was finally rejected because of the high
tive, less durable structures. gasoline tax. Spearheading the preservation effort.,,runoff into the lake;as well as improper cost of building locks to float ships over
was Henry (Tip) Graham, a resident of septic tanks, oil from motor boats,and ''<-Trail'Ridge-which' has an elevation of
Some prognosticators predict that "If, due to lack of funds, the county is Jacksonville with a summer cottage on increased density ,of population are 260 feet west of Kingsley Lake.

1990 years will become the "We've Had forced to reduce services that con-
Decade". that scien- tribute to the quality of life in our com-
Enough They say

and tists,a planners majority, conservation of the public activists are all munity also suffer., the Few business industries community are willingto will :' Letters, to the Editor tL I I

relocate to where local
viewing this unprecedented growth with an area .
increasing alarm.In government cannot afford to offer ser- ":' '

vices such as transportation, police pro- Pennies are Money EducationBus Reply to Parent's
tection fire and rescue service and
Letter Concerning
answer to widespread concern, the Driver
recreational programs. They? Special Ed. Students
1989 Legislature passed a comprehensive Defends Teacher
growth-management act in an effort Dear Editor:
Editor, Telegraph: This letter is to set the record
to control what seems an un- Of course, there is always the optionof straight.I I am writing in reference to the letter
manageable problem. Environmental I'm deeply disappointed and very "To Connie Randall JoanMcKinney"
and Connie and
consolidating certain city county about what to would like Mrs.
very angry happened me .
'protection has become a high priority governmental functions, as a way of during the Christmas holidays.At this! paper to know that they have donea
item, and has non-partisan support reducing their but so far great injustice to a very fine teacher, I am sure Ms. McKinney does know
from and Democratic expenses, one of our fine Handy Way Stores! Joan McKinney.I how special her students are. After all
Republican there has been little or no effort to come the School I in such
by High was a have been driving a handicappedbus she is a Special Ed. Teacher.
ranks. President Bush made a campaign to grips with this complex, but obviously situation. f needed to spend four rolls of for this county for almost 12 years
promise to become the nation's necess'ary solution.So pennies in order to buy gas for my cap, and I know Just a little bit about what From what I understand of the letter,
before I could to the bank and makea Ms. McKinney was asking for help from
'Environmental President". He hasn'tyet get goes on in our Special Education Pro-
a parent. In Ms. McKinney's Profound
lived up to that billing, but at least Happy Decade, 1990s. Your history withdrawal. gram. Mentally Handicapped Class, she has
he has a better record than President is yet to be written. Upon asking for two dollars worth of We have very caring, dedicated have and three (3) students in wheelchairs. She
gas, a reply came back across the concerned special ed. teachers. I might have two (2) paraprofessionals
counter as "We don't take any seen first hand the many extras that to aid her.I .
pennies." I said, "I'm almost out of they do for these children. And many
gas, why won't you take the pennies! times that Includes money out of their have seen Ms. McKinney teach. She
She replied. "We have too many today own pockets, as well as time that they is a sensitive and sincere person. Ms.
and my mana er said not to take are not paid for. McKinney takes pride in her work and
Florida Arts Celebration them." I said, Can't you please help As for asking a parent to keep their does an admirable job)
me this one time?!" The answer was child home for one day, whether han- You sometimes leave job In
still the same as before. No) dicapped or not, I have seen both sides. your
tears because heart out for
I have the teacher take the child, your goes
Brings Us Great EntertainmentStarke I I thought pennies are money' or cur- that may or may not be a problem that lOur students. You go home and think,
rency, or legal tender. I made a difference in their
day, on the trip and hope for the best. life?"
I can't tell you how humiliated I felt On occasion everything goes well.But I
and confused..What was I going to do? have seen many times when the one
and Bradford County are forOrleans, the birthplace of Dixieland child is BO disruptive, that the teacher Maybe Ms. McKinney would have I
Gibson and her Hot Jazz I was left stranded outside until I asked that parent to go along with their
tunate to be in the range of entertainJazz Banu cannot do anything with or for her other !
could find to help. I
willing had
someone child if she the opportunity.So.let'lnot
children because she is so busy with ,
the Florida Arts Orchestra. The BHS auditorium was
ment provided by I might ask the next customerif pass judgement on Ms. McKinney
the child. This burden
just one puts a on
Celebration, located In the, Thomas filled to capacity for "Porgy and two dollars In exchange for the the teachers aide and the other because we, don't know the whole story.
Center, Gainesville. Bess" and this time we hope there will pennies. children. All children can be problems Tori Douglas,
be an SRO sign on the door (Standing Shortly, a gentleman arrived to use sometimes.The Former Special EducationParaprofesslonal

Room Only' ), Oldfashion Jazz of the the phone. I told him of my situation teachers and aides love these .
Last year FAC brought us the un- '20s and '30s is being revived .- and he gave me a dollar to buy the gas. children and do a lot for them. "Special Children"Need
forgettable "Porgy and Bess" with Thank you again, Kind Sir.
,Brenda Fertig
although it truly never died. How could Love and
music by George Gershwin an'd a performance it, as played by Louis Armstrong, Fats This sort of thing shouldn't happen to Special Ed.Bus Driver ,Also
by distinguished black anyone. I still can not understand ex-
with voices Domino, Benny Goodman and other actly what happened, only how horrid I To All Who Helped
singers operatic
including aficionados of this pure American art felt. I can't believe they can treat their Editor, Telegraph:
our own Alice Hudson. It is the first this Unfair! During Xmas WeekendTo
form? distorters way. In the first week of January a letter
time, at least in this century, that Whom It May Concern:
student of
Shortly, they all won't take any was published stating that a
opera has come to Starke, and we hope We are also Indebted to Santa Fe change. The Heilbronn Springs VFD would the PMH Class ,at BMS was

it will not be the last. College and Bradford Hospital for co- Mrs.Juanita Kersey,Starke like to thank everyone who gave their discriminated against. This is a letter
this evening time and helped during the icy to the staff in the same class.

This, Saturday, January 13'FAC will sponsoring of entertainment foot-stomping by Banu and her everyone Christmas working weekend.so Had well it not together been,for It mentally I,too,have handicapped"a child who.is Nothing"profoundly could

bring us another outstanding musical Band. Fire FightersCommended would not have gone so smoothly.A be harder than to accept that your child

treafot a decidedly different naturesomething for special thanks goes to..County: will never be a straight-A student college ,
straight out of New Bring on the trombones'.mi Their Good WorkTo Dispatch! for those who did such a graduate, or even a productivepart
wonderful job, relaying messages and of our.community.
the Division of Forestry and the keeping us where we needed to be.
Bradford County Volunteer Fire
: To the Sheriff's Department, Although I wholeheartedly agree that
Department Highway Patrol, and Police Depart- '"Speclar Children" have "special
To everyone of you who respondedDec. ment who worked: with us and offered needs". I also strongly believe that "
31, 1989, when a forest fire their help; to all the Volunteer Fire these children: should be treated as normally a
threatened my home Departments (Heilbronn Springs, New possible If they are to become'a
B ADFOftD COQ ''A very special commendation goes to River, Lawtey, Theressa and Hampton part of the "normal'1 community at
,6 SINCE!979 Wayne Wall of the Forestry Service, ) who volunteered their time to go some point..'
whose life was'. endangered as the out In the freezing cold to help out holiday .
ncllvE P4 names got within 21 feet of my house. travelers; to Sonny's Barbecue and If that means a child who has"
His expertise saved my home. McDonalds, who donated hot food and misbehaved be excluded from a certain,
drink to keep us going it was greatly privilege activity,so be it.Handicapped -
O This Is a very small way of expressing appreciated. children like all children, need '
1010.nllO SON..JOHN M.MIUII! : such deep-felt gratitude.
'fir/ON ,u.bIJlherL And to the families who gave up time Ioy..t. But Uiey_need discipline, too.Thank .
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter Thank you Wayne whose, and all I of do you not from the holiday weekend for us to go you,Mrs.McKinney,for all of:.
wonderful names
people and those who needed our; with
out help
the good things you are doing our
at the Post Office at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3. 1 879. know for being there when you were so. assistance. children. "

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Employee To Celebrate 100th .,,,,.' Announce Engagement
Mr and Mrs.C.Glenn Norman an-
> .. News nounce the engagement of their
Mrs. Bertha E. Fuller, former Mrs. Fuller lived In Starke for 20 \", <,, daughter, Sherri! Ann,of Lawtey, to
of The Telegraph staff, will years, starting in the mid-1940's; Kristin S.Alday, son of Mr. and Mrs.
celebrate her 100th if&Bjrfhf! jnotincements Patties
birthday an- most of the time with her son-in-law Dwayne .
niversary with family and friends at and daughter, Bill and Alyce Engagements: Weddings 'Church Sherri graduated from Bradford
the home of her
,daughter, Mary fj1. .
Graham. High School in 1984 and graduated
Rowton in Tallahassee, during the Jq9""EvatllMeeHnS! '
weekend of January 13. -.'r ., % % ':" from the University of North Floridain
tor Socials-- 1989. She is presently teaching at
She had a long career In C x lL964..63051UAsk .,$ School.
Clay Hill Elementary
newspaper work, starting when she Kristin graduated from Bradford
and her husband owned and
High School in 1987 and has receivedhis
operated a weekly paper In Largo. AA degre from Santa Fe Community -

During her years with The -- ....--.;--",...,.. ...... College. He is working
Telegraph she set type on the old toward his Computer Science
In the before -
Linotype days computerized
Degree. Kristin is presently
typesetting was Sherrl A.Norman
T employed by Bradford County
She with The when 7
was Telegraph Kristin Alday School Board and at Western Steer.
t the paper produced Its first large for
The wedding is scheduled ;,
historical \Issue its 75thanniversary.
celebrating March 24,at 7 p.m. In Heilbronn Spr-

,It ings Baptist Church.

Her background "rub-
bed off" on her granddaughter w Baldwin Clark to Wed Jan. 20 \I
JoAlyce Graham,who Is a long-time !\
typesetter and proofreader on a St.
Petersburg publication. Kelliene Ann Baldwin, daughter of p.m. at the First Baptist Church of

1"I' Mr. and Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwin of Waldo. ,
Bill Graham and several of his No local invitations are being sent. I
Starke,and Thomas Kennedy Clark,
All friends and relatives invited '
children will attend the family are I
Mr.and Thomas C.Clarkof
of Mro.
Fuller. to attend the wedding and the ,
gathering honoring Mrs. recep-
Hampton Lake, will be united in
tion immediately following in the ,
marriage on Saturday, Jan. 20, at 3 church fellowship hall.
+ r :

Reddish Celebrate 92nd -,- Children Honor 1
to Parents on _
Mr.&Mrs.Michael McRae
50th Anniv.
Ms. Rossie Reddish will be'. however, persona Interested in at- I Mr. and Mrs. H. Medford Connel !
honored on her 92nd. birthday* tending might want to just drop by ly, of Hampton,celebrated their 50th
January 25, at the SREC Congregate and give her best wishes during this Foster McRae Wed Dec. 23 wedding anniversary Dec. 24 in
Meal. Site, 134 E. South Street, occasion.She should be seated at the Steamboat Springs, Colo, where
Starke. main table around 11 a.m. and din- they were spending the Christmas

Friends and relatives are cordially ner will be served at 11:30 a.m. Suzanne Foster and Michael J. Brown, was Matron of Honor and holidays.
l: invited to attend, CongregateMeal [ Following dinner, the cake will be McRae were united In marriage David R. McRae, brother of the
Site Clients will be helping her cut and served and gifts will .be Saturday, Dec. 23, at Sp.m. at the groom, was best man. Their son's family, Mr. and Mrs t
to celebrate this occasion and there presented at that time. First Presbyterian Church in The couple will reside in San Michael Connelly of Houston Texas,

might- be a seating- problem.. Starke.Rev.Jerry Patton officiated.The Angelo, Texas, where the groom is honored them the with occasion.a beautiful dinner
bride's attendant, Barbara F. stationed with the U.S. Air Force. party on d

Announcing Pat & Med's children presented
: Crosby/Kelly them with a gift of a week's vacation
at the destination of their choice for -
Reunion Set their Mr.&Mrs.Med .
anniversary. Connelly
Shamir ..Jesse. James L. Ricks "
Jessica Michele
The annual Crosby/Kelly reunion
Congratulations to Margie Lea Danny and Janet Ricks of Starke NorrisJoe will be held Sunday, Jan. 21, 1990, at Lunch Bunch To Meet Jan. 12 11
and Timmy Masters of Jacksonvilleon announce the birth of a son, Jesse Bayless Church,
Highway Baptist -
the birth of a daughter, Shanna, James Lamar born Dec 29 In and Kimberly Norris of Lake Starke. Lunch Bunch will meet at 12 noon, Presbyterian Church. Come and
Brooke Masters, born Dec. 13 in Shand's Hospital, ainesVine. He City announce the birth of their Lunch will be served at 1 p.m. Friday, January 12, in the ing a covered dish. br'I
Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville. weighed Ibs.4 oz.and joins a. sister, daughter,Jessica Michele. Everyone is invited to attend. Fellowship Hall of First
Site joins a brother,Jonathan,age 20> Renee,7 years old. Jessica was born Friday,Dec.8 at ... .. .
months. Paternal grandparents are Jesse Alachua General Hospital in BBBBnB] BBHBBDBBM| BHB| HBBHBBBB BBp BHHBBBnB raBBiBH iHHBHHHHHHHHlHrx' .
Margie Lea Masters is the granddaughter and Lucille Ricks of Starke. Pater- Gainesville. She weighed 7 Ibs. 81/2 ftv<#ww w '
of the late Harold and, nal great grandmother is Myrtle ozs. and was 19 1/2 inches long at Quality and Savlngsleam Up toBrfng j VfeuPAULWASSOM l
I Eunice Kite of Starke. Maternal Barnes, also of Starke. birth. ,
grandmother is Judy Kite of Starke. Maternal grandparents are Jessica joins a brother, Joey and a ;
Paternal grandparents are Carl and Wendell and Marl Ford of LakeComo sister, HoUy.Paternal ._ _
Donna Masters of Jacksonville... Maternal great grandmotheris grandparents are the
Great-great aunt and uncle are tula Ford of Hampton. late Nathan E. and Maude Wheeler
Donald and Doris Hodges of Starke. Norris of Lake City.
Jonathan Masters would like the ..Sean C. Greene Maternal grandparents are Calvin

world to know he has a little sister to Mr.and Mrs.J.Curtis Greene,Jr. and Linda Pace of Lake Butler.

show. announce the birth of a son, Sean I Maternal great-grandparents are
She's cute and small, 7 Ibs. that's, Aaron Grene, born Saturday, Dec. Bob and Liz Mathews of Starke,Dolly 1'I
all, but she will\ grow and then she 30, at Alachua General Hospital,, Pace of Lake Butler and Roger % '
will glow. Gainesville. Tanner of Providence. 1I JJ

Maternal grandparents are M;. '
Ryan Mackenzie Siemer and Mrs. Earl David Williams, Southside Elem. N.'N'.FI/ pNNIJI WINLS r+a

Rex ami Monica' -Siemer of Starke Maternal great grandparents: arc t -E?' PLUS !!!
announce the.ibwlfc e t a, son;iRyan-1 t.j.i Mri*and Mrs!Aaron: Charnel r t un1
Mackenzie born>ec. 13, in Alachua ,Williams, all of Starke and Mr. an I 30th Year 200 I BOURBON
General Hospital, Gainesville.. He. Mrs. F.M. Crawford of Lake City. i I+ 11i MAIL AWAVl aBE LITER
Southside Elementary School, REFUND
weighed 10 Ibs 2 oz and was 211/2 In- Paternal grandparents are Mr 12 839
and Mrs.John C.Greene of KlngsleiLake. Starke, is proud to announce the r a. CASE of
cheslong. celebration of the 1959-1989 by 6 7E 98.95
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Paternal great grandmother years week YivaryN ""
and Mrs. Dolph Reddish of Starke is Mrs. John E. Greene of Greenville holding an anniversary CMABLI& = IMPORTED I
and Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Maslowski of Fla.Supreme. January Many exciting activities for ,!' CANADIAN I

Kailua, Hawaii. Maternal great students are planned for the week ESMrt 1 MIST
grandmother is Ms.Jewell Joyner of'
and a cordial invitation is extendedto r ,
Starke. I, Stars all Southside Elementary Alumni. """' N 'r.wftTin
Paternal grandparents are Mr. To Perform Alumni Day will be held in the 11/ e'S

and Mrs. Otto F. Siemer of Sunday, Jan. 14 library on Jan. 23 & 24, between the \ CAStOF" Q
Donaldsonville, Ga. Paternal great I hours of 8:30 and 11 a.m. --.- 10425 1 11t. fKIA
grandmother is Ms.Blanche Hodgesof The Supreme Stars will be singim!r( Alumni are invited to come by _. ..JHv.. WHISKEY
Donaldsonville, Ga. at Greater Allen Chapel AMI 5 January 24 at 1:15 p.m: and join in NADIANSwnygm
Church Sunday, January 14a t singing Happy Birthday while a tree 1299maden
p.m. is dedicated In memory of this ex- I FROM BULGARIA .AI <4E"L
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Bradford's First dent.A refreshments were shared by approximately Kasey KavesCelebrates
reception honoring Jason was 100 friends and 3rd
I Southside Elementary News... HomeSchoolStudent held Dec. 2 at the Bradford County relatives. Servers for the eveningwere
Graduates Fair Building. Decorations were Mrs. Nancy Coleman, Mrs. Birthday
red, white, and blue to complementthe Betty Ann Griffis, Mrs. Stephanie Kasey: Renee Eaves celebratedher
Our Anniversary Committee is Our faculty and staff enjoyed giv- Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crawford of reception theme, our American Griffis Mrs. Marcia Howell, Mrs. third birthday January 6 with a
busy making plans for Southside's30th ing Coach Lanier Clyatt and his wife are pleased to announce the flag. Guest speaker was Rev. Jean Hutchlns, Mrs. Jackie Kite, Sesame Street party at her home in
of their Jason Allen,
graduation son, Baptist
birthday celebration. The weekof Lori a baby shower on Jan. 9. Baby Coleman, pastor of Faith Mrs. Loretta Ross Mrs. Lisa Sapp Lawtey.Family.
from Christian
January 22-26 has been designated Jordan and three year old Lindsay Jason is the Liberty first to Academy.graduate in Church, Perry Florida, and per- and Mrs. Beckv Thomassen. and friends enjoyed' the
as the celebration week. We are all enjoyed being there too. Congratulations Starke, from home-school educa- sonal friend of the family.Music was cake decorated with Big Bird and
very excited and hope all will enjoy Coach Clyatt] and family) a provided by Mrs. Denise Crawford, Special thanks to all our family friends. Sesame Street favors and
program. Jason chose to and friends who to make thisa
labels the graduate's aunt, Mrs. Stephanie helped used throughout the
it as much as we will. Keep those Campbell Soup his balloons were
To all Southside Alumni, if you coming in. Our deadline Is March senior graduate early in the by summer enrolling of 1989. Griffis, cousin of the graduate, Bar special and happy occasion for party rooms and were given to the
have any memorbalie that you are 1990 and this year's goal is 12,000. He will year receive his diploma from bie Crawford, sister of the graduateand Jason. guests.Kasey.
Jason also played several Is the daughter of Jay and
willing to put on display during Christian Liberty Academy School.Hejccad.uates songs.
Alumni day, we would greatly ap- as an out-standing stu- Plenty of fellowship, d Vickie Eaves.
preciate it. Please see Mrs. -
Ferguson in the office if you have
anything to share. We will have all
available photo alumbs on display T
and several posters of interest for Holly Farms Grade AFRESH
you to enjoy. Hope to see you on Jan. ,
23 and/or Jan. 24 between the hoursof S -
8:30: and 11 a.m. Alumni will .
gather in the library. : ,/ Family Pack
Calendar of Events
Jan. 15: Planning Day
Jan. 17: Six Weeks Ends j
Jan. 23,24: Alumni Days
outfit.Jan. 23: 50's Day-Dress in a 1950s : CHICKENBREAST $128L

Jan.24:Tree dedication ceremonyand
music .
Jan.26: Birthday celebration, 1:15:
p.m., Cokes 25 cents each. '
Jan. 29: Report cards home I '
Jan. 31: Early release. 1 p.m.

Spirit of Bradford
Band Parents
a 10 11 12 13
Honor Mr. Carterby
1. __ L b
David L.Dodge
Last Thursday night, Bradford Prices In tills ad good Monday .
High School Band Parents held a Jan. 8 thru Sunday, Jan. 14, 1 90.
surprise dinner at Western Steer
Family Steakhouse to honor Mr.
James C. Carter for his years of USDA
volunteer assistance to the Spirit of

Bradford Bandmaster Marching Charles Band"Buddy"Pro ram.Ball yu8hoice Beef GREEN 11011011

presented Mr. Carter with a plaque I
honoring him for his "Outstanding Or
Service' and a Bradford High TEi
School Band Parent jacket with his _
title of "Equipment Manager" inscribed : _

Mr. Carter's on it. service to the Spiritof I ,
Bradford Marching Band has :
really been noteworthy. He has
worked tirelessly for six years now, _
even though he has not had a child In _
the band for the last three years. He r i
not only donates his time, but also ,
his truck and the gas to operate it to s39g -k\s ___ Snow WhiteCAULIFLOWER

the pull festivals the equipment and contests trailer to that all the of _

band participated in.He is also there
when any of the kids need a helping

hand.The band parents, Mr. Ball, and Lo.
the students just wanted him to
know that he is appreciated, and Country Pride Washington State
that his service to this community'syoung w

noticed.people has not gone un BREASTFILLETS ANJOUPEARS 990.

Santa Visits &

Children of

Santa Claus chose Friday night,
Dec. 22, to visit the children of Clay
Gulley Hunting Club,arriving at the Jumbo $299Lb
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler _
Lb. .
late in the evening. "
Several children were on hand to
welcome Santa and receive gifts
from his bag.Enjoying SHRIMP'
the evening with their
parents were Josh and Kenny Han TMS
nah with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Han 2 Liter Diet Coke, Caffeine
nah; Lindsay Brown, with Mr. and Diet Coke Pabst Pabst Lt .4" California Iceberg
Free ,
Mrs. Dennis Brown; O.J. and Lee 99
Starling, with Mr. and Mrs. Otis CLASSIC Pabst X-Lt
Starling; David Paul Brooks, with COKE LETTUCE
Cheri Starling; and Randall and )) Pabst Draft
Courtnie Erin Wheeler, with Mr.and
Mrs. Randall Wheeler.Bo 99 C
Wheeler and Kim .Mathenywere ,, Head
on hand to held with the evenings 12 oz /6 pk

Needless fare. to say,Santa Claus was a Lb. ;
big hit with the smaller children and = -
Penny Hannah received a really $ 9 6 9 0
nice gift from husband, Terry, also 2 Liter Diet Sprite I

found in Santa's bag. / Sprite. . . . . 1.09EXTRA

Historical Program, DAR
Col. Samuel Elbert

"Melrose Chapter Mrs. Zee Trilogy"Tolles books, author, "Shadowson of the LOW PRICES-EVERYDAY n

the Sand", "Bonnie Melrose,"
and "Magic of Melrose", was
speaker at the meeting of the Col-
onel Samuel Elbert Chapter 64 Oz Cranberry Cocktail Or 15 Oz Beef-A-Rom/Beef Ravioli/ 1 Lb. Quarters
24 Oz. Sealtest
NSDAR,which was held on Monday, Mini Ravioli/Beef O'Getti/Dmosaurs -
Jan. 8, at the home of Frances Ken- Cranraspberry W/Meatballs/Spaghetti W/Meatballs COTTAGE CHEESE SHEDD'S MARGARINE
During the American Revolution
period, Florida was divided in two '
parts with Pensacola the capital of
West Florida and St. Augustine the $169 3/99/
capitol of East Florida. The term 0
"Cracker" applied to residents was ,
used at this time. Under the BritishSt. 0' ..... ..., :
Augustine was a continuous _.
orange grove with trees growing ,.. -
everywhere even in the wild coun-
try. The English discovered
Florida's "Gold"and found that the 18 Oz. Smooth/Crunchy 28 I Oz. Frozen Charbroil Beef Patty With
colony could be self-supporting 38 OunceWESSON Peanut Butter Mushroom Gravy/Beef Patty With OnionGravyBeef 8 Oz. SealtestPETER
which differed from the Spanish rule I OIL! Stew/Turkey Family
of the colony. PAN Family Size Salisbury I /
Orange groves prospered duringthe m urlill Dumplings I Buffett -

location Civil and War also period in Bradford in the Melrose County BANQUET DINNER -'

where they were shipping oranges 9 as 91
r F
and strawberries. In 1890-91 oranges $16 ; 0I.
$ $169
were shipped over the connecting ?e
lakes from Melrose to the railroad .
but in 1894-95 the cold struck down ri_ _
the citrus industry and the"gold"of 1
Melrose had to turn to the silver" _
of the lakes,while the citrus growingwas _
moved south to Central Florida.It 42 Oz. -. 40* Off 20 Oz. Frozen Shoestring
is interesting to note that the 75 Ft. EconaREYNOLDS
British really developed the orange SURF DETERGENT LYNDEH FARMS POTATOES jL
industry during the Revolution. FOIL
The Regent,Mrs.May Henderson, '
conducted the business meeting.The
Chaplain, Mrs.Maida Williams lead
the ritual and read the scripture $169 -
from Ecclesiastes 3:1: and gave a 1 r i
prayer on love, sharing and
gratefulness.Mrs. .
Henderson gave a short program

a resolution on National drawn Defense by the and National read FM- 'maims. __ _

Society Daughters of the American

plug Revolution on foreign citing aid we; should stop financing pull the 1// e + + i FOOD I I LION'

.. Soviet Bloc countries of which our
j, taxpayers are paying 19 percent.
Social hour followed with the Deerfoot WilfegeShf ppmg QenMr South
. .s hostess serving refreshments.



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January 11. 1DBO TELEGRAPH i"is.:
\I PUBLIC NOTICE Board will tot eider on Wednesday Thursday, February 22, 1990 on.. sold. replat: .hr'lu..l ..
TO REVIEW THE PROPOSED February 2', I9J at the Commissioners Thursday April 26.. 1990 '" ''
.;. ..: : BRADFORD COUNTY Room of the Bradford .. ,.
.'. .j :. ,, County Courthouse Thursday, June 28, 1990 U\1'
,' ;'1 .., 'f, ;1 \. SUBDIVISION REGULATIONSBY Slarke, Florida at 7:30 p.m. an Thursday, August 23, 1990 South line of Mia iBU'Oi. ji, .
I THE BRADFORD COUNTY Ordinance 'alnQ' to Thursday, October 25, 1990 South 88*5'40" East, 1583.53 feet to -+ v

!) : PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD The reionlng of the following described Thursday, December 27, 1990 .POINT OF..BEGINNING! tI--- ..

.. ...m n ..n.."..... n.....""...1R....... n" j NOTICE BRADFORD IS COUNTY, FLORIDA property and amending the C, n. T"-,,. -i rrwuB, of the moetlnn I I. s..o'f -. "S'
HEREBY GIVEN that pur- prehenslvs Land Us. Plan to p- .d*
NOTICE OF INTENTION WALTER RIPKE want to Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, that land currently toned RMF-2 and car ,4* bwtllv its AW1"OJ, ,
TO REGISTER Rout 1..Box 143 the comments regarding the proposed designated by the plan as Residential If a person declues to appeal any soil '*,
FICTITIOUS NAME Hampton, Florida 32044 Bradford County Subdivision Regulations Multiple Family be rezored to RSF- slon made by the Authority with respectto rof" 1
Personal Representative will be hoard by the Bradford Mrl-3. and designated Residential' Single any matter considered' 0:!h cur
Pursuant to Section 86509 Florldu JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. County Planning and Zoning Board, serving Family/Mobile Home the property of ,..,.". .1! 11'r** porran wlTt' nan,' .j .fc'irdt hi
[Statutes, nolle li hereby glv.n that that Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. as the local Planning Agency, on Irene Faulkner, described as follows ,1 I ">, .' ;'i 1 tot ,1.t1 pi r ,;.;, -
7 undersigned SAL FLURIACH and EDDIE P.O. Drawer 938 January 30, 1990, at 7:00 p.m. In the Approximately' 3.7 acres out of Parcel pose. Much peu.", nit' Hood r. >earn ... 7''f"
5 DUGGER. 4104 NW 69th St., Golnesvlll, Stark., Florida 32091 Startt City Hall Commission Room No. 022170.00000 In Section 16. that a verbatim, r. 'nd r.1 .> proceeding
(Florida 3360V joint owner, doing (904) 964-3700 Stark, Florida. At the aforementionedmeeting Township 6. Range 22 East, located on Is mortr, col: .I. roc""I.' ludei lee'. ",.
business under the firm nom of BRAD- Attorney for Personal all Interested parties may appear North 301. the tr.t.mni', \ nn'I. 1 ov'doncff urns which 434 "1 ,
H FORD COUNTY GUN AND PAWN SHOP Representative to be heard with respect to the proposed You ore further given NOTICE that, a the or' < it ''o 1'. he v med Won 2/(

132091 1'155: N.Intend T.mpl. Avenue. Stark.. Florida 1/044tchg 1/23; Control No. 339 Bradford County Subdivision copy of sold.proposed ORDINANCE Is By Raymond L NavllskySeciotury 'KING' ,
to regl.t.r told flctltloui Regulation. available for ACED Pcrcel 't t 11: ,
I your Inspection at the office -
nom. under the aforesaid statute. A copy of the proposed Bradford of the Director of 1/112tchg I '1B: Cons No, 340 Situated I in il,
Dated this Zoning Plann
19th day of A.D.
11989, In Bradford County Dcmbr, Florida. : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'County Subdivision Regulations Is ing, City Hall Thompson Street. Stork., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH 24 Town:ill. /
12/21 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY available for public Inspection at the Florida. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND OR Bradford C mIng
4tpd 1/11; Cant. No. 335 .
PROBATE DIVISION Planning) and Zoning Office City Hall. Each and every person having any Interest BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA more (
NOTICE OF FILE NO.: 89.143.CP Any parson deciding to appeal a decision whatever In the enactment of this CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.401.CA followsComrrenc'
SHERIFF'S SALE Division: 1-4130 made at the above referenced proposed ORDINANCE should app.arand FNB PROPERTIES. INC, a Florida *
need record the ni' of Lot 6-;;
'meeting may to proceedings be heard at the time and plate corporation
Notlc. Is .sheriff that I, K.nn.th IN RE: The Estate of and that for such purpose, h* prescribed Plaintiff. ESTATES UNIT O'
Etherldg, as of Bradford County JANET TURNER, a/k/a may need to ensure that a verbatim BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS vs on plat thereo'
Florida under and by virtue of Writ of ALICE JANET ANDERSON TURNER, record of the proceedings Is made. BRADFORD COUNTY JACK COUR1NAY & ASSOCIATES, INC.. pags 51 of 'he
Execution, to wit Deceased 1/11 2tchg 1/25 Cont. No. 348 1/11 2tchp 1/25 Cont No.347 a Florida corporation; and JACK County FlorKr!
Execution Issued of ; West, along the
out County Courtof L. M. COURTNAY, Individually;
Alachua County Florida, pursuant to PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMFNT Defendants replm, a Hlsior, .
Gainesville, Florida, and against James BRADFORD COUNTY CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY Notice on sold
The administration of the Estat of Is hereby given that, pursuant '
E. Holder defendant In the amount of FLOOD OF LAWTEY FLORIDA 604140SoulSOO'UO
JANET Deceased File No. to an order or a final judgement offor.clo.ur.
$2,501.99 tog.th.r with costs of collec THE BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on >-.i.
entered In the abovecaptloned
89 143 CP Division 1.4130, Is pending In
February 5, 1990 South, line of said Sec'South
tion.Have PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD at 7:30: pm.. the City action I will sell the
the Circuit Court for Bradford County, propertysituated
seized and have In my possession BRADFORD COUNTY Council of the City of Lawtey Florida In 81)15'40" Ea
the described Florida Probate Division, the address of In Bradford County, Florida,
following personal POINT Of lEOINN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that regular session to be held at the Lawley described
property to.wit: 1989 ASPT TI which Is Post Office Drawer B, Stark., pursuant City Hall, as: South' 6BM540" Inline
to Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, Lawtey, Florida. will consider Parcel I (Tract "C") A tract of land
(Homemade Trailer). Florida 32091: Th. names and addressesof the following ordinances : "8.40 fH' ,
As the property of the above named the personal representative and the the comments regarding the proposed reading and on seiond situated In Section 24. Township 8 South 014420' EostSoulherl
defendant Bradford County Flood Hazard Ordinance proposed passage thereof: 22 East, Bradford Florida .
and that Range County
on Tuesday, the 16th personal representatives attorney are ORDINANCE NO. !, ,ht '
day of January 1990 at 2:00: p.m. on said set forth below. will be heard by the Bradford AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF sold tract being more particularly' road; than. n
day of the premises of the Bradford All Interested persons are required to County Planning and Zoning Board serving LAWTEY, described follows: along ...Id -
County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell file with this Court. WITHIN THREE MON- as the local Planning Agency, on QUIREMENTS FOR ALL RE Commence at the most Westerly corner 118.40 f. ,
to the highest bidder for cash In hand, THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS January 30. 1990, at 7:00 p.m. In the CANDIDATES FOR ALL ELECTED QUALIFYING OFFICESOF of Lot 64 of "KEYSTONE CLUB West 2:1CBEGINNIW':
the above described property of said Stark City Hall Commission Room ESTATES UNIT ONE REPLAT", as shownon
defendant to satisfy the aforesoud Execution. Stark, Florida. At the aforementioned OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA;
NOTICE (If that date Is outside the 3 meeting, all Interested parties may appear ORDINANCE NO. 90.02 page 51, of the public records of Bradford ''tuo' d .
KENNETH ETHERIDGE, Sheriff to be heard with the
respect to proposed County Florida and run North Dodescribed
month period): ((1) all claims against theestate AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
Bradford County, Florida '
Bradford County Flood Hazard Ordinance. 29 16 20"West along the Westerly line of ,
12/21 4tchg 1/11, Cont. No. 334 and ((2)) any objection by an Interested LAWTEY, FLORIDA REQUIRING THAT so.
said distance
replat a of 180.0 feat to
person on whom this notice ALL CANDIDATES OR APPOINTEES FOR 'I
woe served that challenges the validity A copy of the proposed Bradford THE OFFICE OF POLICE CHIEF OF THE CITY the most Westerly corner of Lot 63 as Comte
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH of the will the qualifications of the personal County Flood Hazard Ordinance Is OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA SHALL shown on said replat: thence run South Her ,.'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR representative, venue or jurisdiction available for public Inspection at the POSSESS MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AS 6043'40" West, 723.75 feel; the n tit,
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA of the Court. Planning and Zoning Office, City Hall. POLICE OFFICERS UNDER FLORIDA South 0014'05" West, 259.54 feet to the on (tai, th.rwuwr r
CASE NO.: 89.146-CP ((1.4133)) ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Any person deciding to appeal a decision STATUTES 943.13; PROVIDING FOR AN South line of said Section 24, theme's r "

SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. made al the above referenced EFFECTIVE DATE South 88'15'40" East, 783,53 feet to the iota :"<./ ,
IN RE: The Estate of Publication of this Notice has begunon meeting may need to record the proceedings ORDINANCE NO. 90.OJ: POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continue ?9'l" "
WILLIAM RIPKE, Deceased. January 4, 1990. and,that, for such purpose, he AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF South 88'15'40" East along viM '
BETTY A. PHILLIPS may need to ensure that a verbatim LAWTEY, FLORIDA, REQUIRING THAI line. 149504 feet thence mi .. '", "
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION 1250 S.Colley Road record of the proceedings Is made. THE CLERK OF THE CITY OF LAWTEY, Ot4420 East, 11SOu; foot to the' ...11- ..

Stork, Florida 32091: .1/112tchg 1/25: Cont. No.349 FLORIDA WORK A MINIMUM OF 40 Southerly right of way line of a 60 foot .NO .
The administration of the Estate of Personal -'-- HOURS PER WEEK; PROVIDING FOR AN road: thence run Northwesterly' v..,h a .'

WILLIAM RIPKE. Deceai.d, File No. JOHN J. DIVITO SPN 100180701 Representative NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR EFFECTIVE DATE. curve concave Northeasterly, laid -_urv ,.
89.146-CP ((1.4133)), Is pending the Circuit DIVIto 8 Hlgham P.A. REZONINGAND Said proposed ordinoncebmay bo inspected Ing having 'J 'h'rol angli nF ..
Court for Bradford County, Florida 4914 Central Avenue AMENDMENT OF THE LAND USE by the public at the Lawtey City radius of 2M 66 feet 'n ,
Probate Division the address of which Is PLAN Hall, Lawtey' Florida, during the hour', 192.74 and a chord bearing art' : T, tn:1 1
St. Petersburg, FL 33711Telephone
Bradford County Courthouse, Stark., An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive of 9:00 a.m. to 12.00 Noon and I loop m of North 66'16'40 Jest. iFW r.

Florida 32091.: : Land Use Plan Element and to 5:30: p.m. on Mondays WoclncnJ 'yo thence run Nortrwu.leuy ...a:, _, .
The name and address of the personal for Personal Map by Bradford County. Florida In accordance and Fridays, and during the hour ol 9.00a concave Southwesterly, said curve have at way.tr .
representative and the personal Attorney with the local Government .m. to 12:00 Noon on Thursdays ing a central anfltr of 43:r9'4n" a '".,110. I I'IB,, I,
representative's attorney are set forth Representative Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as All Interested parties may appeal al of 173: .56 fee: :; -.. tnnrfeet ." r .
below. 1/04 2tchg 1/11; Control No. 338 provided for In Chapter 163 of the the meeting and be heard with re&pcci and a choiu &< ,r, jri' ,' r fui.in.

Interested persons are required to Florida Statutes.TO to the proposed ordinances of North 661550 West 9241 d.! '
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS : All Citizens, Taxpayers, and other Earl Borbor flrikCity !henirun North IIA"15'm'I.t. -)' .
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Interested persons. of Lciwioy 123-1 98 feet i'' .j' 1 4."}',. I Ml." Ti. ,
NOTICE ((1)) all claims against the estate You and each of You are hereby and Itchg. 1/11 ; Cont. No. 34'. West 220.00 ,. '" r :-.IN' i.. 3*> .
and (2)) any objection by an Interested STARKECHURCHOP herewith given notice In accordancewith eEc.NI ING. .
persdh to whom noflWwos mailed thai Florida Statutes that the Board of EX. FATING 'OV rue hr r", -\ ,

challenges the yoHsJltyof i the will the GOD County...Commissioners of. Bradford DEVELOPMENT BRADFORD COUNTY AUTHORITY" TH& LIglNt''tItIB'( \ ( J 'v. (I.. -U.,II. I' .' ... '
qualifications of She personal representative 422 N.S Clair 10 964-5445 County. Florida' have designated the Cmp'ence ol 'ih,* ., d 'J.- ",f. '" C, v '
Notice Is that
Bradford hereby given pubflr if lo 64 of "KEYS.o. : 'J o' i 11 JOtiVI1NE'
venue or jurisdiction of the Court. I John Spratlin Pastor County Zoning and Planning of the Bradford ner u
Board mtings CuuntyD.v.lopm.nt ,f roS UNIT ONt REPLAT' .Iwv, 1 ,<)::;
to conduct public ai "
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT We Invite to with a hearing at a
you worship us Authority will be field f ,
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. regular meeting h.ld at 7:00: p.m. In the ":1 I oreof recMded on Plot Boot 3i .
Attended 4:00 at the Santa Fe Com
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Council Room of Starke Hall I' i jblic records of Ernt'f' j IHi fclh (
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on January 4. 1990. Morning Worship ??. ._.?..?... 11 am on Tuesday January 30. 1990, Street, Stark.. Florida ''hn i ".
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NoticeNOTICE placing a leveling/overbuild course and after receipt of the Notice of) Intent to ton 'Iron pipe; the nee run S 8926'12" E. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Award. 134.25 feet; the+.c. run N 000504"E NOTICE OF HEARINGTO
resurfacing the existing roadway! with':!..!! I
TO CONTRACTORS After filing a written Notice of Protest long the East !In. of said NW 1/4 o/
OFFICE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA thin asphaltlc concrete overlay. (WPl (within 72 hour of Polling) a formal distance' of 610.01 feetjog point on the.,I SEMINOLE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC. .

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 2610498)) (Approx. 60 calendar. days). written protest setting forth a short and )forth line of said North IIn.837.721..t1;; AND
NOTE There will be bid
: a conference
pre plain statement of the matters asserted thence run S 00031'23'W. 1009.27 feet to JACKSONVILLE ELECTRIC AUTHORITYAND .
on job City
by the Protestor, accompanied by a bond the PO9. .
PROT.RAM District Office Conference Room 1901 S. payable to the department In an amount Said parcel containing 18.24 acres! PUTNAM CLAY, BRADFORD AND DUVAl COUNTIES
Marlon St., lake City, Florida at 10:00:
((1% of the lowest less AND All OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES
equal to One percent ) more or
Sealed bids will be received; In the a.m. (local time)on January IB 1990. All
bid submitted or $5,000 whichever I* Parcel II: A tract of land situated In DOCKET NO: 891367-EU
Conf.r.nc. Room at the Department bidders Interested In this job should attend
Larg. less, must be flied with the Clerk ofAgency Government Lot 1 of Section 25.Tawn.hlp PETITION OF SEMINOLE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE AND JACKSONVILLE ELECTRIC
of District Office due to the Information that will be
located at Transportation 1901 South Marlon Street discussed. Proceedings within 10 days of B S, Range 22: E, BradfordCounty / AUTHORITY FOR A DETERMINATION OF NEED FOR A 230 KV TRANSMISSION LINE
preliminary protest. ; said tract being more
Lak Florida until 10:30 a.m. (Lak. Duval County State Project JobNumber
with Section 337.11((3)b)( ), particularly described a* follows: COUNTY AND TERMINATING AT JACKSONVILLE IN DUVAl COUNTY.
for ,
Local Time 22. 1990. 722509516. Work consists of
City ) on January Florida Statutes ((1987)), the bond must be Commence at a concrete monument at Notice I.hereby given that the Florida Public Service Commission will hold a public
the following work. If the bid amount I.great.r Is resurfacing the existing roadway with a I
than $350,000 the Contractormust thin osphaltlc concrete overlay posted at the time of filing the formal' the SW comer of said NW 1/4 and run S' hearing the above docket at the time and place lilted below. All persons who with
be pre-quallfled as required by viding signs and placement of temporary pro written protest. In accordance with Section B926'12" E, along the South line of said:t to be heard are urged to be present at the beginning of the hearing on February 7,
120.53(5)( ), Florida Statutes, failureto
NW al
1/4 a distance of 1356.03 feet to 1990.
Florida Statute 337.14(1)(I) and Rule painted pavement markings, and
removal of raised file a protest within the time prescribed concrete monument on the East ROW' 9:30. Wednesday. February, 1990
Chapt.r 1422. existing pavement In Sectlon120.53(5)( ). Florida Statutes, line of th.nc.l
NOTE markers. (WPl 2610507)( (Approx 60 a County Graded Road; : FI.tcberBulldlng. Room 106
shall constitute a waiver of proceedings run N 0003'24"" E. along said East ROW 101 East Gaines Street
Proposal Forms will not be Issued calendar days), NOTE: There will be a under Chapter 120 Florida Statutes.STATE .
after 10:30 a.m. (Lake City local Time) pro-bid conference on this lob of the line, 1183.81 feet to a concrete monument I Tallahassee Florida
on January 19 1990. Bidders or. h.r.by lake' City/ District/ Office Conference DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONW.W.OF FLORIDA ; thence run N 0031'23" E, along! PURPOSE: The purpose of this hearing will be for the Commission to take evidencefor
notified that all bids on any of the Room 1901 S. Marlon St, take City MILLER. JR. aid East ROW line .......87 feet to a conCrete a determination of need pursuant to Section 403.537, Florida Statutes, for the
following projects or. likely to be re Florida at 10,00 a.m. (local time) on District Secretary District Two monument at the NW corner of lot I construction of a 230 kV electrical transmission line. The electrical transmission line
(fected If the lowest responsive bid January It. 1990 All bidders, Interested 1/11 2tchg 1/18 1 of "GENEVA WOODS", unrecorded j will run through Putnam Clay and Duval Counties and may affect a portion of Bradford
received exceeds the engineer's In trill /lob should attend due to the Information mop; thence run 892612" E, along the County. The proposed transmission line will begin at the Seminole plant In
estimate by more than sevsn percent that will// b. d/scutserf. North line of sold Lot 1. and Lot 31 of Palalka and will serve the Intermediate substations of Riven/lew (Putnam County),
((7%). In the event any of the bids ore rejected Madison/ County, State P/-o/ect/ Job IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTHJUDICI..L aid unrecorded map 1143.86 feet to an Florahome (Putnam County), Keystone (Clay County), and Black Creek (Clay County).
for this the Number of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Iron pipe; thence run M OO31'23' E The line kV
reason proect| maybe 350109526. Work consists proposed will terminate at the Jacksonville Electric Authority' (JEA) 230
deferred re-advertising for bids resurfacing/ ,,,. existing/ roadway with a BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 396.91 feet to an Iron pipe at the NW corner Firestone substation In Jacksonville (Duval County), providing a direct connection
until such time that a mor. competitive thin oipho/r/c/ concrete overlay pro. CIVIL ACTION NO. 89.229.CA of land recorded In Official Records between the Seminole and JEA tystems. .
situation ...1.1.. viding, signs and placement of temporary FNB PROPERTIES INC., Book 209 Page 424 of the Public Recordsof All proceedings will be governed by the provisions of Chapter 120 Florida
All jobs or. contingent upon the painted pavement markings, and a Florida corporation sold County; thence run S 89*26'13" E, Statutes, Section 403.537, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 2522. Florida AdministrativeCode.
availability of funds. removal of existing raised pavement Plaintiff along the North line of said lands, 134.25 .
Pursuant to DOT Rule 14-25,024(1)( ) any markers' (WPI 2610742))(Approx. 30 v. feet to the POB, thence continue S Only Issues relating to the need for the proposed transmission line will be heard at .
person adversely effected by a bid calendar days). NOTE: There will be aPrebid JACK. COURTNAY AND ASSOCI..TES.INC. 89"*26'12" E along said North line the February 7, 1990 hearing. Separate public hearings will be held before the Dlvlslon -
solicitation must file a notice of protest. conference on this lob at the 1058.29 feet to on Iron pipe on the W'l y of Administrative Hearings at a later date to consider environmental and other
In writing prior to the dot. In which bids Lake City District Office Conference a Florida corporation; JACK M. ROW line of SR No. 21:; thence run NE'lyalong Impacts of the proposed transmission line. '
are to be received and shall file a formal Room 1901 S. Marion St., Lake City COURTNAY, Individually; and The sold ROW line with a curve concave I 'I
PROCEDURE: Anyone wishing to become a to the need determination -
after filing Florida at 10:00 local time) Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, party proceeding
wrltt.n protest within t.n days a.m. ( on Ely cold curve having a radius of file
should an appropriate petition to Rule 2522.039 F.A.C., with
the of Th. January 18, 1990. All bidder InterestedIn Assignees, Llenors, Creditor, pursuant
notice protest. protest 1143 26 feet and an arc length of 752.89 the Director of the Commissions Division of Records and the address
must be filed with the Clerk of Agency this lob should attend due to the Information Trustees or Other Claimant feet to an Iron pipe located S 6207'42" E, Reporting
listed above. All witnesses will be and be .
sworn will subject to crossexamination.Written
Proceedings, Moll Station 58, Room 562 that will be discussed.St. claiming by through under oragainst 1"2.S9 feet from the SW corner of Lot 7
Johns JACK M. COURTN"'V.who comments regarding the need for the proposed transmission line may be
Haydon Burns Building 605 Suwann. County State Project Job of Block 17 of "KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES
'. Street. Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0458. Number 780603502. Work consists of Is not known to be dead or alive UNIT ONE", as per plot thereof recordedIn sent to the Commission at the following address:

A failure to file a tlm.ly protest constitutes adding a layer of friction course over existing Defendants. PB 3 on Page 10 of the Public Recordsof Director, Division of Records and Reporting
of 120 roadway SR 16. NOTICE OF SALE said Florida Public Service Commission
a waiver Chapter pro pavement on County; thence run N 62 OT42"
ceedings.Alochua. (WPl/ 2116978) (Approx. 35 calendar Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto W, 1"2.59 feet to said SW corner; thencerun 101 East Goin.s Street Tallahassee, FL 32399Re
County State Project Job days). NOTE: There will be a pre.bid an order or a final judgement of N 8916'29" W, along the North line :Docket No.: 891367-EU
Number 261303511. Work consists of conference on this job at the lake City foreclosure entered In the above of said Sectlon25 a distance of 1440.85 PREHEARING CONFERENCE: A prehearlng conference will be conducted at the
furnishing and Installing traffic signals District Office Conference Room 1901 S. captioned action I will sell the property feet to the NW corner of sold Government following time and place: .
at the Intersection of SR 26 and N.E. 25th Marion St., Lak. City Florida at 1:00: situated In Bradford County ,Florida Lot 1; thence run S 000504" W, 9:30 a.m., Monday. January 22. 1990
Str..t. (WPl 2110422) (Approx. 30 p.m. (local time) on January 12, 1990. All described as: along the West line of said Government Fletcher Building Room 106
calendar days). bidders Interested In this lob should attend Parcel I: A tract of land situated In the lot. 610.01 feet to the POB. 101 East Gaines Street Tallahassee, Florida
Alochua County State Project Job due to the Information that will be NW 1/4 of Section 25, Township 8 S, Less and except that portion describedIn The purpose of this prehearlng conference will be to consider: ((1)) the simplification
Number 26030-3501.: Work consists of discussed.Suwonnee. flange 22 E, Bradford County Florida; Partial Release of Mortgag. recordedIn of the Issues; ((2)) the Identification of the positions the parties on the Issues;
adding a layer of friction course ov.r the County Stat. Project Job said tract being more particularly Official Records Book 281, page 299, ((3) the possibility of obtaining admissions of fact and of documents which will avoid'
existing pavement on U.S. 41. (WPl Number 37040-3501. Work consists' of described as follows: of the public records of Bradford County unnecessary proof; ((4)) the Identification of exhibits; ((5)) the establishment of on
211043)Approx.)( IS calendar days). adding a layer of friction course over the Commence at a concrete monument atfKe Florida.at order of witnesses; ((6)) the limitation on the number of expert witnesses; ((7) such
NOTE: There will be a pre-bld conference existing roadway pavement and rework SW corner of said NW 1/4 and run S public sale, to the highest bidder other matters as may aid In the disposition of this matter.
on this lob at the Lake City lime rock bate with cement with a structure 892612" E. along the South line of sold for cash In the lobby of the Bradford APPLICATION: A copy of the Petition for Need Determination for Electrical
District Office Conference Room 19pl S. course overlay on U.S. 129. (WPl NW 1/4 a distance of 1356.03 feet to a County Courthouse, In Starke, Florida Transmission Line and supporting exhibit Is available for public Inspection during
Morion St., Lake City Florida at 1:00: 2118565)) (Approx. 60 calendar days). concrete monument on the East ROW at 11:00: a.m. on the 6th day of February normal business hours at the following location:
p.m. (local tlm.)on January 12, 1990. All AOTE: There will be a pre.bid conference line of a County Graded Rood; thencerun 1990.WITNESS SEMINOLE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC.
bidders Interested In this lob should attend on this lob at the lake City N 000324" E, along said ROW line, my hand and official seal this 16313 North Dale Mabry Highway
due to the Information that will b. District Office Conference Room 1901 S. 1183.81 feet to a concrete monument; 6th day of November, 1989. Tampa Florida 33618
discussed. Marlon St., Lake City Florida at 1:00 thence run N 00"31'23" E, along said East Fred H. Kent III JACKSONVILLE ELECTRIC AUTHORITY
Alochua Columbia and Suwannee p.m. (local time) on January 12. 1990. All ROW line, 444.67 feet to a concrete Florida Bar No. 327042 24 West Church Street
Count.. Stat. Project Job Numbers bidders Interested In this lob should attend monument at the NW corner of Lot 1 of //Kent Ridge Crawford Jacksonville, Florida 32201
26040-3504 29O50-3507 and 370303501. due to the Information that will b. "GENEVA WOODS", unrecorded map; 225 Water Street Suite 900 FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Work consists of adding a layer of friction discussed. thence run S 8926'I2" E, along the North Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Division of Records and Reporting
course over the existing pav.m.nt NOTE: A contractor mutt be pre- line of said Lot 1: distance of 435.73 ((904)) 353-5501 Fletcher Building
on U.S. 27. (WPII. 2110430 2113140 and qualified In accordance with Rule ,feet to the FOB, thence continue along Attorney for Plaintiff 101 East Gaines Street Tallahassee! FL 32399 ,
2118566)Approx.)( 45 calendar days). Chapter 14-22 on the date of the lettingIn the North line of sold Lot 1 and the North RAY NORMAN JURISDICTION:Jurisdiction over this matter Is vested In the Commission by Section '
NOTE: Th.r. will be a pre.bid conference orclar to submit a bid In excess of line of Lot 31 of said unrecorded map Clerk of the Circuit Court 403.537, Florida Statutes.By .
on this lob at the Lak. City $250.000, A double asterlck (. .) In the 708.13 feet to a concrete monument; By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk, direction of the Florida Public Service Commission th.ls 11th day of January.
District Office Conference Room 1901 S. left side, margin of this notice denotes thence run N OOMl'23" E. 396.91 feet to 1/11 4tchg2/01; Cont. No. 342_ 1990.

Marian St., Lak. City Florida at 1:00 projecti for which any contractor may Steve Trlbble. Director
p.m. (local time) on January 12. 1990. All receive bidding documents. However, Division of Records and Reporting
bidders Interested In this lob should attend any bid In excess of $250,000 submittedby Itchg. 1/11; Cant. No.346
due to the Information that will b. a contractor which Is not pre. Jessie's Lounge
discussed. qualified In accordance with Chapter
Baker County State Project Job 14-22 on the dot. of the letting shall be
Number 27010-3501. Work consists of declared "IRREGULAR" and will be RE U.S. 301 ... NOT ICffdF
furnishing and Installing traffic signalsat JECTED. ION
the Intersection of SR 10 (US 90)) and Orders for these document should be
CR 23A. (WPl/ 2111262)) (Approx. 30 directed to the District Contracts Department NEW OPENINGJanuary

calendar days). Department of Transportation
Bradford and Clay Counties Stat. Project 1901 South Marlon Street lake City TOWNOFBROOKER
Job Numbers 28030.3501 and Florida 32056-1089 Phone:: ((904)) 12 1990
710503517. Work consists of adding a 7523300. The right Is reserved to reject
any or all bids.A ,
layer of friction course over the existing
pavement on SR 16. (WPIfs 2111777 and Proposal Guaranty of not less than
2112363)) (Approx. 30 calendar days). five percent ((5%) of the total bid In the
of IPool'T'tile & Dt rt:GrameS THE
NOTE: There will be a pre-hld conference form cashier's either check a trust certified check TOWN; Op BROOKERwill
on this job at the Lak. City company
District Office Conference treasurers check bank draft of any national
1901 N.
Marlon St.. Lak. City Florida at 1:00 or state bank era Surety Bid Bond & Band and Happy Hour If hold a general election for
p.m. (local' time) on January 12, 1990. All made payable to the Governor of the JJ
bidders Interested In this lob should attend State of Florida must accompany each All Weekend! v
bid In of 150000. A check the following office
due to the Information that will b. excess or on
discussed draft In an amount lets than five percentS
; Clay County Stat. Project Job ( %) of the actual bid will Invalidate the
Number.. 711109503. Work consists of bid. Bid Bonds shall conform to DOT BANKRUPTCY Tuesday February 13 1990:
resurfacing the existing roadway with a Form 114.G (Rev. October 1984)) furnished ,
thin asphaltlc concrete overlay pro. with the Proposal Forms. For bids
viding signs and placement of temporary under $150,000, proof of ability to acquire AUCTION
painted pav.m.nt markings, and a performance and payment bond
removal of existing raised pavement In any amount equal to the contract bid G.L. Ingram & Sons Paving Contractor
mark.... (WPl 2610253)) (Approx. 30 price la to be provided to the District COUNCIL GROUP H
calendar days). NOTE: Thsre will b. a Contracts Administrator with the bid 11 A.M. WED. JAN. 17 1990
pre-bld conference on this lob at the proposal. A* such proof all bids must be
Lake City District Office Conference accompanied by a notarized letter froma 1854 WEST RD. JAX. FLA.

Room 1901 S. Marlon St.. lake City. bonding company bank or otherf Inanclal 50 PIECES OF EQUIPMENT Polls will be open from 7:00:
Florida at 10:00: a.m. (local time) on ) Institution stating that they Intend to
January 18, 1990. All bidders InterestedIn Issue a bond In the amount of the bid Loaders. Graders Bla-Knox Pavers. Rollers Cat a.m. until. 7 at Town Hall
this lob should attend due to the Information should the firm be awarded the project. D6B Autos Vans Trucks Air Compressors Curb p.m. -
that will be discussed A bid guarantee as specified above may
Clay County State Project Job substitute as proof of ability to obtain a Machines Mixers Backhoe. Brooker, Florida.

Number 711109502. Work consists of performance and payment bond. Contractors Company or Personal Checks. MUST HAVE Bank
resurfacing the existing roadway with a pro-qualified under DepartmentRule
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I Tornadoes Hold On to Defeat Bucholz 8382Tornado

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cagers saw a seven point court zone defense, each forcing the ...................,CI._WIIILm.*,"'.,H.... '0._ W101.' .. .-.-., N..l. finch ...-.. W.mMHmlnm for an opening and take it for close in
... .... ... ,..... BUS 79 lIam Co. 65
lead evaporate down to one point but other to shoot over the zone much of t"..ld CMtar, Hu"_. 0 ....hNn.h ..d .1.11.45. H.dw TUI. .tI jumpers or BUS players woulr1 iMill
.h. CMiMy M.fMrick 1 !/> 10, T.McKM Bradford
hung on to edge 83-82 by Buchholz the time. BUS forced its way insideat r.dhr4. 4..I., c.....,. _IoU 1. Will.... I. 1.1M.Wry 400.11.Ow.S.. H/4.17. Santa Fe players/ out of position v.tha basketballers got off to a
High of Gainesville on the Bradford times and drove around for closeIn ....4.riMti ..ul......., 1 -',. K,kU I..../1.., Whlnkw '."1., C.CI.ridr. ...-.. fake drive then in under the good start and went on to an easy
High floor Tuesday night Jan. 9. shots, and hit some key outside ..-....... .............c.....,45.4w..11.111./4. CC.mk.III.. ..11....... ...... ,...." basket to Wendell pass Hudson Clarence win over Hamilton County High 79-65
Bradford outscored Buchholz 29-11 shots.Buchholz,with depth to jugglethe Iy.....1...-.. NIS4 Kw..>. tfclmM I.!.11...Id, Atkwt f.Mt1144.fWfonl. rabwinlii W......, Hd.... 0. Cl.mi. Williams or Pedro Carter. in Jasper last Saturday night Jan.6.
over an eight minute span in the Inside players in ana out made it UtgMW I..*!., rnnklln r_ J.I/I.II, ICumy ._ Will'..... I. _.toM ll, Me_. Nkhol.. Pl...., I The cumulative scores at the It was a much different game than
third and ... .. ( ...... .....,....,... .. the Dec. 8 nip and tuck here
fourth periods then hit 13 tough Inside and drew 22 fouls to 15 / Moo'* 111..4 1.0.1. "4,4.' .. 105.11. h fr nttt' C: .h. quarters, 1-2-3 with BHS game
...... .. .. ,.. ..... on always
of 17 free throws In the CIoyMft I./e. '.' .11. C.._ _. SKI .1. .1. II. 4. r c. 0. Bonn when BHS eked out a 91-90 win over
for Bradford Wendell I
final six BUS. center
min- ..1/....Adryl...,.... '+1.,.....7...."'...... P1..1./1.111.14' ..M.N.45 .. on top, were 15-12 25-17, 4023. Hamilton Co."Defense .
tues as the Bobcat five chipped away Hudson fouled out with just over two 'HI_....ihw.W.......Mud...n 1,rindi I,MI* .......... "
at the lead. minutes left. ,. HIOh' II 10 II 14 44 was the key said
Three wins over the past week put Five players on each team scoredin BUS 79 Ham. Co. 65 BIIS 64 Santa Fe 42 .r.Hlghl ,Hl,.,.hl II.,1.1/1.7.IX I 0.4..I.*.......414.dl..d .. Coach Roland Cummings. "We're t
the Bradford High five at 11-3 on i the double figures. Bradford was led Bradford basketballers got off to a M/JI. T.r y Mrry 1.11.-.. ....,. ".",,101oI playing" so much better defensenow.
season, 2-1 in Diet. 5-3A. The win by forward Pedro Carter who scored good start and went on to an The BUS five led all the way and I-1/I-7..M's,..11.11.45)1.0-4.......C._I'/2.". .
easy ......
MI.UII ....
its record Nkk.li 1.0-1 CI Willi. BHS its record
improved to 9-3 with a upped season to
over Buchholz finds the Dial. 53Arace 27 points but also sat out some in the win over Hamilton County High 79-65 W.nd.ll "......* ..111-..,..... l.ty.7/11.44.
tight with four teams tied for second half In foul trouble.Forward in Jasper last Saturday night,Jan.6. 64-42 win Friday night, Jan. 5, over ..... P. Hlkl Mlcknl IMMtt. ...../..,. Frtddl.folorm ,. 10-3. Hamilton Co.was 2-9. :
the lead and two just a back. Truin Blye added 22 points hit four It was a much different than Dlst. 5-3A foe Santa Fe High. >n ....1. Akll ..._ '-"1. '_ McCr.y Point guard Reggie Sheffield led
game ._ ,..... .., ............... the
The Tornado the Dec. Santa Fe, cold and hot so far this /1-1. 1101" / i. / game scoring with 22 points a
also beat Santa free throws in a row, and had some 8 nip and tuck game here Cti.rt.. ......... 1-l/M, l i.b.um ...... t'
Dmiiy <
fell to 66. season high for him. Center Wendell
Fe 65-42 and Hamilton County High steals and driving layups which when BUS eked out a 91-90 win over season, '..... '.'..ll/l.41.
79-63 this past week. See below. turned the game around In the se- Hamilton Co."Defense BHS was led by Pedro Carter with 'Ml*_..... CI,.......451141... 14,.....,c._ Hudson recovered his shooting form "
The 17 points. Forward Clarence .,W'.""."H 4iM I, ...1.Pinch 4.tmm.MtNnl 4. after several cold games and scored
Buchholz game was one of cond period as Blye played one the was the key said Williams pulled down 14 rebounds a ...,.Ik"llM.. 1. ....... Hudun 4,C._3, Ih... 18 points. Pedro Carter scored 16
scoring spurts. Coach Roland Cum- best games of his career. Coach Coach Roland Cummings. "We're ll.ld.I, ........ I, My. ,.
said. cited defensive lot under the offensive basket, and '.ul.. .... ... ... points.
mings Whoever got the last Cummings the playof playing so much better defensenow. > II I .,....... .
scored 16 points the basket 10
." putting Hlah M II 11 TO
spurt would win, Cummings said he center Wendell Huggins wno ball back Upcoming... HtmUNM' .., II 14 II II 41radtord
told, JV Coach Henry Dunn at the a lot of good things" besides scoring BHS upped Its season record to up. Truln lly.JllltlwHMd!
points. 10-3. Hamilton Co. was 2-9. Every Tornado player got into the Friday, Jan. 12, Bradford cagers 11.1/4.11.=M.N. :I404.1.4,.CU.,0.4/S l0. l
half.Bradford gained a split with the Bradford hit 73%, 29 of 41, from Point guard Reggie Sheffield led game a good, and all but Kevin travel to Gainesville High for a CI._.. Willi.... |...., .... Pinch. I.0-1, WwuMIHudwn .. i
Bobcats who the field and 20 of 30 from the the In Finch scored. But 6-7 Finch Dist.5-3A game. JV game: 6 p.m.; 0.0/140. TM.hi IM14.71.Hutilltan I II
won the first game 67%, game scoring with 22 points, a Cwmlyi M.PMitck, 1,1-t/MO. T,McKlr.' j
73-6S In Gainesville. free throw line, both higher than season high for him. Center Wendell distinguished himself by getting four varsity game 7:30: p.rn. ,.."..... M.Wry 41111. J.Ow u .".11.
This time Bradford got off to a bet- usual. Hudson recovered his shooting form rebounds, blocking a shot and Tuesday; Jan. 16,BUS hosts Ocala N Mil I.O-I/I-4 I.WbHfk 1.0.1,1 C.Cleddy 1-0-1
holding up BHS under the boards Forest High a Dist. 5-3A C.C.mk... o-l/l-l. ll.llmm.nl l-O-l. T.l.ln; I
ter start. The Big Red five was down r.Jl.iJIIItli 13 It Ie I' .> after several cold games and scored KH/I4-M..
18-13 after the first period. But a se- wMMhHIck. If 14 I* I01 18 points. Pedro Carter scored 16 while the starters rested. game, 6 p.m., varsity game,7:30: .....,.... .....u...., W.,dll Mu..... 0. CI......
cond quarter spurt saw the .ndto*M....trvta My.Hft-il.(.....UuDtoM. points. Santa Fe tried to lay back in a 2-3 p.m. BUS lost 65-51 to Forest in the WII"".... I. Ih.fl'..d l| Me....., NkKol.' Plnck I
game ',1"/1.,>. r.4r. Cwwr 1.I-I/IM7. C'._"* zone and make BUS shoot over it. championship game Dec. 22 in the ..chl .. PfWKlfl,C.rttr,My...._..
........ .ry.
tied ..
42-42 at the half. Buchholz ,WtotMl. r < Mlah 10 It II Jl TfH
WHIlMK 4W Km.Ptack !'''! ? Mil .. But the BHS players, quicker and Ocala Breeder's Tournament. BHS INS w.l.NTnl, ....0, P.4... Cnrt.r I, Oonnl.
itlll Cwrty II 14 13 U II
outscored -'1.T.1.1.,1,14.10/11.0. ...,
Bradford 10-4 in .
the .
----.IIye.-..... ...<.....Hlghi Train....3.3/I1.0. l.....Ih.H1451 faster than Santa Fe on that par. got off to a better start Jan. 2, and r> 4 SkriM 101"t, Mcltori I ..
Tornadoes 2V4 minutes trailed of the third by as period.much.The a I.DkNMl I,C.,M>(,.!!"""!..,.I,_... 1. 10-7/4.71.Mn,MeN'4.0-0.PNn c........,.... ticlular night, were patient to wait Beat Forest 65-52 in Ocala. ..'HI bbd..d ikM W.nd.ll 1 Mud 1 llnck I,lly.

seven points.
Buchholz missed some baskets

and Bradford rebounded a few tur- t, ;";:/;:" : ', ,' .'.:.:1"
novers and steals and the scrappy U 0
Bradford five had a spurt and led 'p;:" .. pip -YOU

62-60 by after up the to third seven period.points Bradfordled in the ? =fir s:::;FORGET TO .
fourth period as time ran out. THE '\ .' '' ,: "/ U 4

Buchholz chipped away at the Tor- .
nado advantage as Bradford missed BUYrOUR
several field goals and free throws.' OFFICE
Bobcat guard Franklin Young hit a' 1990

three pomt shot with seven seconds SHOP .',
left to bring Buchholz within one, ? 1990
83-82. Buchholz fouled James i Call St. ;CALENDARS
McNeal with two seconds remain- g HOW. ; s.
Ing. McNeal missed the free throw f stark. ; Special, -
but Clarence Williams le 'P !
backwards to grab the rebound for 964-5764 'closeout

Bradford as the ball bounced off the I :; ,:, on
rim as time ran out. II: ...\ 111 /- ,
"This is one of the biggest basket-, .. ---- axi90s' this -

ball wins we've had In a long time," "I..., Q..... nti&t >t :' '
said Coach Cummings. "This is the week : :
kind of thing we need to build on." L ;\ :
Defense is the key to the post- =:

Christmas success of the Tornado ,' ,, .
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five explains was just Coach another Cummings.It Dist. .S-3A [12 'Rolls .:of,2 'lWe have the

game,said Coach Cummings,mean- ;
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Ladies Remain Undefeated in Regular

Season Play with Win Over Hamilton !1tY /:

'" Aft ]

The Lady Tornadoes had a close down the lane with two girls all over the basket, led the BHS ladies with
call In Jasper but won on a last se her.Coach Slater said,and made the 16 points and 10 rebounds In their
cond layup by Rhonda Bright to re layup as the buzzer sounded. "I sixth win. Monk Williams, shooting
main undefeated in regular season don't know how she made the from the forward spot and driving in L
and Dist. 5-3A play. basket," said Coach Slater. for layups, added 14 points. All eight JAIIILJ Jr
BHS players scored. i; .. ,, ,
Bright led in rebounding with 12, GUS was led by icole Welcome ,
BHS is 9-1 over-all, 7-0 In regular Butler had 9,Aurilla Williams had 8. who scored a game high 27 points F r. .Rs I, 4,"
season play, and Is 4-0 in Dist.S-3A. Annette Simmons and Dana Nor- working under the basket against 1 9
The three wins this past week were Aurilla Williams and Cov-
man did a good job of breaking the Evette
70-68 over Hamilton County High in Hamilton press In the fourth Ington.
Jasper, 83.24 over Gainesville quarter, said Coach Slater. Tara BUS led 15-10 after the first period.A i
Buchholz, and 56-42 over Gainesville Jackson hit some key baskets late to BIIS full court press caused turnovers Ib I
High. keep BUS in,one to put BHS back up and BHS won the second -
by six. period 16-8 for a 31-18 halftime ad- y' : ', \ ; .- .-
vantage. ,.
BIIS 70 Hamilton 68 MdbnlMcjIl It I04 a mHwMHmHItk ) \ 3' ,111 ,

The Lady Tornadoes played real .......rt1 HI,h1.Monlk.' WIlli.f....17 14.1/1.20 I* 17.Mondirtckt tt The BUS ladies increased the lead \,._ 1 Z dpj _
well the first period, but then stop- "" /"", K..d,. loiter ..III.', AuHlla to .16. points! 43-27, after threeperiods. '4 .t r' r
ped playing defense and almost got WNI_, .-".*. A..MM Simmon. 1.11..'. Tor.jwkM With the comfortable lead, +; ) z'o,
beat Tuesday night, Jan. 9, by ..11.-..T Miu ji.itvn.ra.ttamlltw the BUS girls relaxed in the fourth 4l rl
Hamilton High in Jasper. NIOkCryr.I Trwlllo4HJ._ II. 1M'., period which GHS won 15-13. / t -
..._54/7.23,0....,./"1.1.0/1.11. Z..d.1.
"".....MHO ,."..,_"..11../ .-...
Lack of defense turned a 16 point :
Other than Miss Welcome
Down l J-5 the
lead into a tight ballgame.
after one period,the Hamilton ladies BIIS Buchholz 24 GHS ladies are young and Inex-
the second quarter 17-15, the perienced, says Coach Slater. :
won BHS beat Buchholz 83-24 last Fri- .
'faction High IS It II II 14
third 19-14, the fourth 2723. day,Jan. 5, in Gainesville for a Dist. O.I..m.HIOh II I 00 41
5-3A win. ...dl.'" High Dora Mormon '*,. AMMO*tap.
mom 1.011...Monlc WIIII?.-./.....11.Ih..d. ......Curior
The Tornadoes it out .. ..
Lady spread .
1 0-4 Illghl tvotto Co lnl***o" /t-lt.
with Mi-minutes to go with a four Buchholz is rebuilding. Bradford Torn I.ck... 1..-.. Auilllo WlII_. ...... TotoluIS V
pressed the first period. After that .
point lead, ran 50 seconds off the 4llMOtlnowlllo
the Lady Tornadoes sat back in a 2-3 MIBhc Ambor. mMi. .../..., TcMok
clock, then made a bad pass. BUS substituted said Rollln 104. I..., ,.,_ I."'. ,._ -.. dw,4
Hamilton caught the BHS pass, zone. 1-1/1-3. Nlcolo Wolromo ll-1/t.ir. Kolloy ....... +
made and down Coach Slater. '.111... Dobblo loCom 0141. '_IO.IO/n-41.
the layup, was by =n
......4.. '..,. Covmoton 10. h.401,1.. '.
two points. IrWtotd We* IT | II 17 .> *.,Ill.Wllllom,Kondro tutlor. 4.Monk WHIom. :
BIIS, coming back down court, tocMntoWcIl t 4 4 SIrarffw '
*Mfki Monllifl WlII_. ''''''-20. _.d. __ 1
had a girl out front,tried to make the ...M H/IoI.. TOT Irndk..* ""/.-''. AuillllWilliam. Upcoming...
and BHS -4/7-IO.. AnMtMi Wmmcwi, 1..01..'. K.nctr .
long pass, got made intercepted.the Ham ....... ,-1/,-,. lyvottd' c..I._ tltO.n.. Friday Jan. 12, the Lady Tornadoes These Lady Tornadoes Know How to Win... I
not have pass. HonMII 1.11.-..T...... ,... ,./. -... host Suwannee High. BUS
got It came down court and BHS ludilntil WI....." ..... ....., I..-.. Wolk.r won 68-43 Dec. 15 in Live Oak. JV Members of the 1989-90 girl's varsity basketball teamat Jackson, and Eyvelte Covlngton the captain.
fouled the girl. The foul was smart, 10/1-1.'.,...104.W..........HcMklm, .*..Ril.ll game, 6 p.m.; varsity game, 7:30 Bradford High are (l-rt The Ludy Tornadoes are IM over-all this season
said Coach Slater; it took awayHamilton's ll.5..d/.d Ifto. 14-1..d 7.11.'_| 12.0/1.24.... Wllll m. ... 17.1. p.m. First row: Annette Simmons! Munika Williams. Ken- their only loss to Jacksonville Itibault In a preseason I
three point opportunity.. ... -)14.Aw***WlII_II. dra Butler Arkeva Williams, Dana Norman. tournament. They are 7-O for regular season and 4-0 In
Crystal Troville, who led Hamilton Top row: Aurilla Williams Rhonda Bright, l.atara Dist.5-3A competition.ffi3ffXQW .
with 23 points made both to tie the Monday Jan. 15, BUS hosts Ocala
game at 68 with 12 seconds to go. BUS 56 GUS 42 Forest for a first meeting in a Dist.

BHS guard Annette Simmons was The Lady Torndoes led all the way 5-3A game. Same game times. UfN1lJlJlJ 1> Check the

bringing; the ball down,somehow got for a 56-42 Dist. 5-3A win over J
by a hip thrown without going out of Gainesville High last Thursday It's a big game, says Coach Slater,
bounds and passed to Monika night, Jan. 4, on the Bradford High with both team undefeated in Dist.
Williams, who passed to Rhonda floor. 5-3A play. It could be a preview of L Classifieds. !
Bright at the top of key. Bright drove Evette Covinjzton: working! under the district tournament.

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Ceramics Class... ,
s.I .
Starke Recreation Departmentwill
sponsor ceramic classes Mon-
day, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m., or Tuesday
morning, Jan. 16, at 9 a.m., in the
old Armory Building across from s
Pre-registration not required.
Sign up in the class. I I II I
School Dates...

Monday Jan. 15 is a school plann-
ing day. Teachers will be working, U
but students will have the day off.
Wednesday, Jan. 17, is end of the II
3rd six weeks period and mid-point m 1 I
in the school year. Look for report 1
cards in the week following the end
of the period.Mountain.

Boys... .

Ken Clark and the Merry Moun-
tain Boys will present a program,
Saturday Jan. 20, at 2:30: p.m., in
Whispering Pines Care Center.
Family night, scheduled Satur-
day, Jan. 27, has been cancelled.

Clark Everyone show. is invited to the Ken I ASK ABOUT OUR

BHS Alumni... 89 & '90

The BHS Alumni Assocliation will:
hold its monthly meeting Monday, F-SERIES TRUCKS
Jan. 22, in the Western Steer
Steakhouse. Dutch treat dinner at 6
p.m., business meeting at? p.m.
This is the first meeting in 1990, Up To $750Rebate ,
and is very Important. ..
President Dale Brown invites all
alumni and friends to attend.

Alumni Day...
invites **,
Southside Elementary
everyone to "Alumni Days" Mon- 12/24
day and Tuesday,Jan.23-24,
8:30-11: a.m.Guests J
are asked to sign the
register in the library and enjoy
class photographs and posters on lOS Eord F-15O Lariat: .
display. :981 ;:CHEV.EL CAMINO 1985 F-150 SWB ;! :; )$ '

Chamber Banquet... :&t11,' .f",', *0,CyU.. Air Stereo AC. AM/FM CM*.52.OOO 6 Cyl., M New!. Tire. Tool Box t AT,': VSrAll,, :, Power 1t*: Options' Cteallj, Fiberglass'"', d".Fa'Topper','' .'<, Extra;' )1,E. sa >..
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The will hold its ; 5.%:;>. <12,495 '' k ,. ;: ;: ':1 ', ; t<
Chamber of Commerce < ', .
$7495 ".
annual banquet Saturday,Jan. 27, J'.i ,, ; n", $4995 As s$,, ',.."., ;',, .f' "-,. 0 4, '.. .' .
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in the Armory at Camp Blanding.The Yiw ; \
social haw/ begins at 8 p.m. LTD
late in 1985 : o : 1985 Ford
Although invitations are Tempo GL |J.Jf.; gs'S S

being mailed this year the wheel*., Low Miles t !! AT, 6 cyl Cloth hit Super .
Chamber needs to know how many 4 Dr.. AT. Air, Tilt Cruise, 38,000 Ml. r : ,. ,
plan to attend not later than Tuesday '< 't $

P:lease Jan.respond 16. immediately.RecycleRecycle. $3795 IP L"'h"' ",;,5" >8 5 O. .... .' $379.5

A recycling fair Is set Saturday. =1989' EordBronco: XLT; Lariat 1985 Cadillac Deville Sedan 1984:xford; : Bronco:r'XLT r

Feb. 5, in the Lake Butler Community i t Int. All Power Option., Wire Wheels.Super Full Bite..qA'1','y-a.,All Power. Chro ;Wb l.'Ur
Center, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to t; fAT':V/; jU i ci vec chrome meet V-8. Leather Clean '&: Tlrea ' ." ". 77 n t

kickoff trt-county the New recycling River Solid effort Waste of the ; im $; '" :',,":74 ';'.j;; .t > "N,0Ii. / ,,

13'A' 9VSx $5795LIFETIME : :: ; ,:
Association, ), $6995 42R ., > ,.;d2 "ssM1
vendors ,
Bands, games, recycling! > : h "r ;.' > v
will be u "
and recycling containers irn. d 4/
.part of the fair.
By 1994 Floridans must be
recycling 30 percent of their waste,
under the 1988 Solid Waste Manage MOTORS


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Jazzcirama Here :Saturday

Banu Gibson :; Bourbon St. Band "

New Orleans is famous for and the off-beat "Heebie- j 1 v ..R.
lots things, such as Jeebles", Introduced by I
Oyster Rockefeller and Louis Armstrong in 1926; I
Ramos Gin Fizzes... "The Joint Is Jumpin", r f.a::,t
But most of all, It's featured by Fats Waller in
famous as the birthplace of xr i > r" h cxnd Her Hot Jazz the 1930s; the unforgettable '
Dixieland Jazz, the rooty- "Muddy Waters", and
tooty dance hall,brand that kO//ztwull/ 4ppear in Stai ket Bessie Smith's specialty, j// :.. j.. ,y.
helped America keep Its "Hard Hearted Hannah". .f .
spirits up through the Wall J"a uary 13 at S p.m;: in the One Jazz critic wrote:
Street crash of 1928 and S "Gibson Is an extremely wj.
depression 1930s. years of the Ii+r R,fdt i School 4udita rium. likable performer with a
a full-hearted natural, un-
The current high priestessof -; x' Info tx > 271; or 964810 pretentious style and a voice I
Dixieland issingerldancgr that changes freely to fit the I
Banu Gibson material and the audience.
and her New Orleans Hot She's former dancer, and I
Jazz Band, now on tour in can't stay still. Even while I
Northeast Florida. They'llbe singing, her feet keep trying
In Starke this Saturday, to break Into a dance".
January 13, at the BHS .o Her excellent back-up -
Auditorium.A band is an attraction of Its .
preview article in the own. Both horn men play
Gainesville Sun says: "Gib- with style and vigor, and .
son's repertoire is jazz, the her pianist gives a virtuoso :
old-tlmey, pre-Big Band, rangements and her in- her teens, dancing in Las touch to the piano in this
rooty-toot dance hall kind. imitable dance routines. Vegas-type reviews. She free-wheeling ensemble. i iD
She fronts the New Orleans "Variety" magazine, In was inevitably drawn to Advance tickets for the :r r
Hot Jazz Orchestra, a gang reviewing her performance, New Orleans where she ap- January 13, 8 p.m. perfor-
of players weaned on Dixieland said: "Gibson Is a peared with the best Dix- mance in Starke are now on f
Ragtime, and early treat..her elastic voice car- ieland bands (In that capitol sale at Mitchell's Drug
swing..A cabaret singer' of ries through some sock of jazz. She and her band Store, The Bradford County 1
the first order, Gibson depictions..Entire sessionsare are now booked regularly at Telegraph, and the SFCC
delivers/ blistering versions' upbeat and fun". the New Orleans Hilton Andrews Center. They are
of Cole Porter and Gershwin Hotel. also being sold by membersof ;,
standards, early Broadway Gibson is considered a While Gibson does the oldSouthern the Bradford Arts Council
show-stoppers, and novelty rarity among young jazz artists favorites like : Adults, $5, students $2.
tunes". today. Trained as a "Sleepy Time Down South" For additional information -
But Gibson puts a new dancer from the age of she also specializes In New call Lila Yawn, .e
twist on these old favorites three, she landed her first Orleans.classics like 964-5392, or Shan Johns,
by creating,new ar- Job In Miami while still in "Mahogany Hall Stomp", 96t-4890.

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1989 Chevy '86 Che'Y7 SWB '88 Ford Fl50 '83 Ford Fl50 '89 Geo Metro LBI '87 Mazda 3231 2 '86 Ford. Mustang '
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'89 Chev K2500 3/4 '85 CUC Sierra '87 Ford Bronco '85 Ford FUSO '87 Plymouth '86 Lincoln Town '82 Mazda Station
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, W.W. II Memorial Gets Official Designation'

It Is official. During the last week construction materials and hun- Blanding, P.O. Box 465, Starke FL soon! (FNGHF and CBMHA-
are <
In November, the Department of dreds of artifacts needed to com- 32091, 904-533-3196 and please, do it .both non-profit organizations). ChiropracticCenter
Defense announced the establishment plete the displays themselves.
, of a Joint Chiefs of Staff sub- Everything Is needed; posters to
committee to promote and coor- postcards, medals to coins and ,
dinate the programs and events of paper money from all countries, g VACUUM & SEWING CENTER OVER 700 INSURANCE ,
national importance to be scheduled decks of cards to tubes of toothpaste, S Dr v:'on., Derry
in celebration of the 50th anniversary articles of clothing and equipment K} Sales Repair All Brands Parts"TRADEIN" COMPANIES ACCEPTEDAUTO I
I years of the Second World War. from the smallest personal items of t/.a J ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES
I The new committee's tint act was to issue or period Interest to certain SALE HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN
announce the official themes to be types of weapons. >NECK &ARM PAIN' LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS I
commemorated for 1990 and of the And, money is also needed) TRADE IN THAT TIRED OLD VACUUM I
first national event associated with Please contact either Bob Hawk 1252-E South Walnut St. South 301 Plaza. MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL I
the anniversary to be scheduled (Florida National Guard Historical J Starke. FL 32091 ii_
; the Phone:( ) 964-0191
November 24-25 1990 dedication of Foundation) at the State Arsenal, Hourei! MOa.- 8FullllneofNew&UJed-. __ 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18 I
the CAMP BLANDING MUSEUM P.O. Box 1008 St. Augustine, FL / :
AND MEMORIAL 32085, 904)824-8461) Hall a.I.
PARK OF THE or Rodney Vacuums ,
*Parts' "
SECOND (Camp Museum and V8 Bags Sewing -.m;*
WAR. This event .
was selected to commemorate the Historical.!:. Associates) at Camp II I '" Machlnci Ciblndi Notions A- 864 N. Temple Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)
federalization of America's National
Guard and will coincide with the reu-
nion of those men who served with
Florida's National Guard regiments Winn-Dixie
during the war on ten 50th anniver-
sary of their mobilization,
November 25, 1940. EIOYONItJ
Less than one year remains to __
prepare for this nationally dedicated TM -it,
event. Plans for the Florida
regiments reunion are well under-
way. There remains the develop-
ment of the memorials, exterior s WMtdxas P1
displays, area landscaping and of
the museum. Sufficient funds have, FAMILY NIGHT
or are scheduled to receive, to com- Wed.JAN. 17
plete most of the exterior work on at 7:30 PM
the facility and the museum
building. However, there
are no
authorized or scheduled funds
create and establish the museum STARKE I Nom
itself. PUKnHa .. .
Basic FM With
display plan for the 3,000 ;
square foot museum has been com- &
pleted. But there are few artifacts "N
available of appropriate types and WITH OVER 10,000 LOW PRICES WE'RE WORKINGTO Si 17* uS:21Iwb
no funds for the
graphics, specially
constructed displays, associated GIVE YOU THE LOWEST TOTAL FOOD BILL niIbC UM ii

2 Charged

With EscapeTwo Aiding I I

_.____ _
people have been chal'gedwIth

aiding escape after they _ _ __ _
allegedly: drove a Lawtey Correc-
tional Institution Inmate to Jackson-
Derenda Kay Scott,29,was charged -
with driving a car from LCI with
inmate Chester Larimore hiding in NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODYStock !

the Roman back seat Alvarez., according The to inmate's Deputy 0 .

brother,William Todd Larimore,31,
who was in the front seat of the car,
was also charged, said Alvarez.

Duval All three County were and returned apprehended to LCI in -Up With Your Favorites Everyday Low Prjces!--
where Scott and William Larimore .. -
were released to Deputy Alvarez
to ELISands. \0' n. ,
according Superintendent ;
ty 18-01. cm Thrifty Mild 18-oz. can Thrifty Maid 4f.oz. Thrifty Maid
Scott of Jacksonville released
after posted.a $5,000 surety was bond was Mai DWhole Kernel Corn nMixed Vegetables m n DTomalo Juice

William Larimore remains in 18-01. can Thrifty Maid 15V -oz. can Thrifty Malo HI 1c*. can Astor C

$5,000 custody bod..t.his of the county brother jail Chester under re-a Cream Style Com nK'tas U D Fruit Cocktail il .

mains in LCI.Library. 4 4
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Library Slates


Bradford County Public
Library doesn't mind if you stash
them In the bookdrop or return themin
brown wrappers, Just as long as DELlp
you return overdue books. EVERYDAY r' :.' EVERYDAY
We want to start the New Year off UDW PRICE r ; 4/ y LOW PRICE
right Director Sue Crum said. ta
Patrons will not be charge fines dur- I
ing Amnesty Week, January 11
through Sunday, January 21, whichis tr .. a+_xv ,
more than a week,said Crum.
The staff takes Inventory in late I
.____ I
January and we would like to ac- -
count for every book.Lost books are ,
not included in Amnesty week and TAKE HOMEBARBECUE I 1
pre-exlsting fines must still be paid,
although the maximum fine will be Ii PORX
the cost of the book.
Library hours are Monday, 9 am. DINNER PACK
.8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday INCLUDES I-
9 a.m. S p.m.; Thursday, 9 ,,2 LBS. BONELESS PORK $
p.m.Call a.m.7 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. -2 ,,LOAF IB.SLAW POTATO FRENCH SAUOla BREAD 9 9 9 k-

the BCPL at 964-4400 for further SERVES'OUR
information. Happy New Year EA. iwFi s
from your public library. HERRlICH BAKED or .1
Library Looking _
For StorytellersDo HAM 1

you like to read? ';'.. REGULAR, LIGHT
To you like to read to children? or DRAFT BUNDLE PACK a- GENERAL MILLS
together Do you?believe in families reading .. .. .HALF. 229 ..,..,. ", ,. MILLERBEER BOUNTYPAPER HONEY NUTCHEERIOS
Do you think that you could spendat LB TOWELS 6
least one hour a week sharing .____.. .

J, ford your The County stories Bradford Schools with children County? in Public Brad COCONUT GERMAN LEMON CHOCOLATE or COCONUT, 24 $ I A I 0 12g98' :y.OZ$22O

Library and the Bradford County CANS "
Nuturlng Program are looking for' .
a successful project starting in .

February.Interested. ? Call Laura Conti at $ 9 9 NACHOS FLAKE. . :c $e SALTINES PREMIUM909. II-loa'" I APPLE WHITE JUICE HOUSE. .I1L..OL 988x8 C
964-8498 or Sue Crum at 9444400. 1
Tax Forms AvailableAt SIZE BOO OFF LABEL '

l, Individuals may pick up forms, ANGEL FOOD $ 199 RC COLA '
schedules Instructions and publications CAKE .. . 14-01 SIZE
'. at the Bradford County Public PCS. a EACH THKJHS, LEOS, BREASTS $
in Starke. 9
Library WINGS 0 9 s..yW
Library Director Sue Crum notes SOUTHERN J 9 12-PK. 970 LEGGS
$ 9
that not all IRS forma have arrived. [ "-
The library staff is awaiting varie- FRIED CHICKEN ,Ji lIN CANg BIZ!! PANTYHOSE

ty of publications which must be, FOIL SAO REGULAR, UNSCENTED,SINSITIVI LIMN or WITH
can order forms from theForma COUNTRY STYLE $ 78 COLLATE AFRIN

Distribution Center for 1i-at. 79 3
Florida by calling 1-80M24-3878, or, OATMEAL . SIZE i SHAVE CREAM 'w NASAL SPRAY 'trtL
writing P. O. Box 23864, Richmond,I'

VA U 23289.you have tax questions please'call

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January II. 1l1I1I! TELEGIM'll1'1M{ KS at MOM l'IUU..IUI'c"nur.Itll"; ; i
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Now Acv opting Applications ei P "!'4

for SecuritySystem

One & Two Bedroom Apartments

Southern Villas of Starke

1001 Southern Villas Dr.. Starke. FL
Natural Wooded Setting
the Picture...
Apartment features Ju Norton b...._In the above
Wall to Wall Carpeting Stove -.5'' + photo monitoring Incoming ell onthe
Draperies Refrigerator fit" 'rte ;. ; _.cc ity Pctwork.
N By Mark Friedlln
On-Site Laundry Facilities Js Yfa r BCT Staff Writer
Norton Telecom of Starke has
@: lnj9647295 been offering customers a new
Equal OpportarNty slant on security for their offices
and other business properties'with
a computerized security

1 system.Common In larger cities where
y crime rates are high the Secu-
rity Control Monitoring Station
5" Pick up your 1It1MCUTYu.. S. CH Or ICE 1 uses a telephone link-up from
r :r + : copy of our each business to a central control -
JanuaryCoupon r panel at Norton's business
and I office on US 301.
Food Gazette In RESERVED Updated hourly the system
WMM-CHX .ITOMI, IHO sends a stream of numeric In-
store flyer forOVER '-
formation to which
PRICES a printer
j : THURS.-WED.9' gives a hard copy readout In-
JANUARY 11-17. ; cluding each Information about
a $18 ; calls made from the business
In Coupons and when the front door is openedand
f mail-In rebates. d who called or used the tele-
phone at any hour.
for the business-owner to haveat
FRYER CENTER CUT his fingertips," says co-owner
I Jan Norton who with her hus-
band Maxie and
own operate

LEGQUARIERS PORK CHOPS ii CHUCK ROAST keep goings Norton's track if Telecom.you of the suspect"If comings you that need and an to

.((9-11 LB. employee the company may this be stealing system from will

PKG. provide assistance. It's been
) STORE very successful so far and our
list of customers Is growing
HOURS steadily as more business own-
8 A.M. ,ers find out about the system."

sip TIL $10 Bradford County

11 P.M Rescue Answers

IN 138 Calls In Dec.

LB. LB. LB. Medical Bradford Services County Rescue Emergency respondedto

a total of 138 calls/or/runs during

FRYER THIGHS LB. 58 PORK SPARERIBS LB. $1 177 CHUCK STEAK . La. $197W.D to Eighty-three Supervisor Cliff transports Chapman.required

I the transporting of 88 patients.Fifty-
one calls required no transporting.
The unit made four runs,
MILD MEDIUM or HOT HICKORY HOUSE W-D REGULAR one back'uf was transported by
WHOLE HOGSAUSAGE SLICEDBACON '% FRANKS or Communilv,. Trauma I to University Hospital in
Stale Jacksonville and one patient was
BOLOGNAMADISON HI Bank transported by ShandsCair to
/..4- '.'::' BOLOGH"' of Starke Shands in Gainesville.The .

.tins S 8 .............. .". C THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: were taken majority to Bradford of the patients. 67,
ra Hospital.
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s "LB-1 !13 LB. $118 ':.;.=:;'f,: 12-OZ.PKQ.. 9 9 Loan Savings Checking Applications Account Credit Money Traveler'i Card Orders Checks Applications two Five to patients North were Florida taken Hospital to Shands andseven

to Alachua General ,
Certificates of Deposit Night Depository Hospital
USDA INSPECTED HUGOS Market I in Gainesville. Two patients were
TURKEY COMBINATIONPIZZAS $999Q99 OLE CAROLINE Money Accounts Notary Public taken to Lake Butler Hospital Hand
WINGS, . . u 58C . 2 Pis SLICED BACON Wlt HOURS MOM-WED:. 9am-4pm, civ Surgery Illness Center.related calls topped the list
WoO SLICED FREESPECIAL THURS. &FRI 9am-6pm aupetmsuwt: of emergencies with 36 people
BACON ENDS & $- 1997 BRAND $ TRIMMED 97C SATURDAY'hm.2pm: : : BankW' needing attention. Fifteen cardiac
ftPALMETTO | t t WHOLE HAMS patients (one in full arrest) and 12
PIECES . . CORN DOGS . LL calls to people in trauma were the
FARMS W-D next highest need. Another seven
PIMENTOCHEESE $- HICKORY SWEET $199irf' ENDLESS LINK $599 runs were to people in trauma

. . LIL | BONELESS HAMS La SMOKED SAUSAGE LNG resulting from suffered vehicle accidents.
m.HARVEST Eight people respiratory
problems and five calls were to
obstretic patients.One .
,a can was to a gunshot victim
EVERYDAY FRESH and four people were dead when the
EVERYDAY s Lpyy pRICE unit arrived. One call was to a fight,
r LpW PRICE two calls were to standby for structure
I PRODUCENature fires.
S Six calls were cancelled and three
Th calls were false alarms, said Chap

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/ j ii_._ I I RED DELICOUS \ Bradford Florida CountyThe Highway Patrol will
..00IiH., ;I APPLES be conducting driver license and
vehicle Inspection checkpoints during
the week of Jan. 12 through Jan.
18 on SR-21, SR-lOO./ SRSRIB,
lQC SR-16, CR-18, Ct16R21B,
CR-225, CR-125 CR-229, CR-231,
mfr.MB CR227I22I.,CR-230 and CR-100A
in Bradford County.
/ The Patrol has found these checkpoints -
PRICI.1 to be an effective means of en-
forcing the equipment and driver
SUPERBRAND DOWNYFLAKE Ode' license laws of Florida while Insur-
BEEF BEEP CHICKEN LIVER or 'SWISS STYLE 3 "or. $1 00 WAFFLES . V2*? PEARS ing the protection of all motorists.


DOG FOOD ORIENTAL Of BEEF STEAK RANCHERO w 79 y Florida Highway Patrol will
SWISS MISSPUDDINGS 4 $ 1 09 LEAN 9 $5' be conducting driver license and
cu"ts CUISINE. . roll LB. vehicle inspection checkpoints during
5 0 0 SUFCRSRANDLONGHORN the week of Jan. 12 through Jan.
1 5's $1 $ 5B SUPERBRAND $113 18 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231,SR-241,
eN"s | HALF V. SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
HALFMOON . :.: ICE CREAM . GAL. BAG CR-125, CR-231A CR-24A and CR-
THRIFTY MAID / 796A in Union County.Public .

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WI Will NOT p HARVEST FRESH street lights In

>> . misdemeanor offense and
Stito-lleonMd. e.91.t .... phMiraeM FISHERMAN V' HARVEST FRESH violators will be prosecutedand
.CanwntanM-hw your prescription filled whllo you ShOD s2gg YELLOWONIONS c
t(rHARFn7 1 3 u 7 9 ordered to pay the costs
.We hop....e.p'PC!.NPA end MEDICAID and......,otnora. FRESH SEAFOOD LB . 1M of the criminal mischief.
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l M1 Church Gets New Cross

A-new cross, 20 feet In height some distance shining in the night- The mission was administered by
made of stainless steel and time sky. St. Edward's parish in Starke until i
fabricated by Thompson Sheet Don and Bill Thompson, Jr. own 1970 when Father Maurice Imhoff
Metal Co. in Gainesville, the company that fabricated the was appointed the first resident :
atop the steeple of St William cross.Kevin Meng did the welding to priest. In 1973 Father Michael S.
Church in Keystone Heights,Friday, make the cross and assisted in Williams became the first pastor of
December 1. removing the old wooden cross and the newly established parish which
The cross was a donation of Jack Installing the new. Pettibone Crane had 124 registered families.
and Kay Sullivan of St. William Co. and San Juan Construction Co. A bidding program for a perma- r
Parish. were the engeneers for the project.St. nent church was soon started and -
The cross replaces a wooden cross Willliam Mission was begun In construction on the beautiful new ,1 .
of the same dimensions that had 1949 when Mass was celebrated in a church was completed in March, r flyy _
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become defective and was in dangerof private home for the three of four 1979.The r
falling,said Father Tom Gordon, resident Catholic families there. In present pastor, Father Gor- rf
Pastor. 1954, the site of the present church don,was assigned to St.William's Ik
The cross is one of the highest was purchasedand construction was July 1985. Membership has now
landmarks in Keystone Heights, is started on the first building that grown to well over 400 families,
lighted at night and ran be seen from same year Father says.





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Kevin Meng Thompson Sheet Metal Co.employee is crane.
READY FOR SPRING atop St. William Church Installing a new 20 feet The cross Is Illuminated at night and U a shining I
stainless steel cross being hoisted by a Pettibone Crane landmark around the Keystone Heights area.
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I Obituaries-- ,

Mrs.Teresa Bennett Sue Amon of Valdosta, Ga.; eight Survivors Include her father and Rev.Wallace Darter officiating.Ar- of Starke; six grandchildren and six Card Thanks
grandchildren and two great grand mother, Harold Lee and Carla Min- chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke t.grandcb1idren.
Crosby children. nix, Jr. of Waldo; one slater, Miss was in charge of arrangements.Mrs. Funeral services were held at We, the family of the late Mrs.
Mrs.Teresa Bennett Crosby,$0,of Funeral services for Mrs. Carter Clara Minnix of Waldo; her paternal First Baptist Church, Starke, at 10 Florence Tbompklns,wish to ex-
Starke,died Friday Jan.5,in Brad- were held at 11 a.m. at graveside In grandfather,Harold Lee Minnix,Sr. .Violet PinnerMrs. a.m.Saturday,Jan.6 with Rev.Ben press our deepest gratitude to all our
ford Hospital, Stance, following an Keystone Heights Cemetery on Fri- of Waldo; her paternal grandmother Violet Pinner, M, of Starke Bryant officiating Graveside ser- friends and neighbors for the many
extended illness. Born in Bradford day Jan. 5, with Rev. Grafton R.McFadden ,Gall Minnix of Melroee; her died early Wednesday, Jan. 3, at vices will be held at 11:30 a.m. kindtnisaes shown us during the recent -
County, tin. Crosby was a Ufetong officiating. Jones maternal grandparents Elmer and Pines Care Center in Saturday, Jan. 6, at Evergreen Illness and loss of our beloved
resident of the area. She was a Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas Vicky Castles of Loc lOOl8, Fla.; Starke Whispering following an extended Illness. Cemetery in Jacksonville,with Rev. mother. A special thanks to Hospiceof
member of the Baptist faith wu a in charge of arrangements. In her paternal great-grandmothers, She native of Eucarche Paul Wrenn officiating.In North Central Florida,Sheriff Ted
homemaker and a retired Sunland lieu of flowers, donations may be Mrs. Ivory W. Oklahoma was a had been resident of f lieu of flowers, the family re- Glass and Hon. Will Irby for the lov-
Training Center employee with the made to North Central Florida Va. and Mrs.i BeatriceBleevins of Florida since; 1915 had a resided In> quests donations be given to the Lot ing care extended to au of us. It is
State oO'lorida. Bluefield ; tie Moon Christmas offering, First such a comfort to know
Hospice P.O. Box 15235, Va.; Maternal grand- Jacksonville for 50 before so many peopie
Survivors include her husband, Gainesville,FL 32604.Dustin mothers, Mrs. Pauline Mooney of to Starke six years Baptist Church of SUrke. Archie share our loss.
Floyd Russell Crosby,Sr.of Starke; Hawthorne and Mrs. Mary Testoneof moving years ago;was Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in Olivia Scott,Aurora J. Monroe
member of
three daughters, Mn.Wanda Crews B. Dever Lochlooea. a the First Baptist charge of arrangements. Annette M. Robinson
Church of Starke. She was preceeded -
and Mrs. Anna Ruth Johnson, both
of SUrke. and Mrs. Mary Alyce Infant Dustin B. Dever of Starke, In death by her husband,Thomas __ .r'\
Stanley of Jacksonville; two sons died Wednesday,Dec.27,at Shand's M.Pinner.Sr.Survivors -
Floyd Russell -Crosby, Jr. of Hospital following an extended Il- Graveside funeral services were Include one son,
MOI'1IantownJ. W. Va. and Marty B. lness. Dustin born at Shands held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, at Thomas M. Pinner Jr. of Tampa; ,
Crosby of Gainesville, Fla.: one Hospital on August 26, 1989. Antioch Cemetery In Lochloosa with .and one daughter,Violet L.Stallings;
sister, Mn. Ruth Calhoun of Green Survivors Include his parents .
Cove Springs; one brother, Jasper Devin and Juanita Dever, both 6f
Bennett of Land O' Lakes, Fla.; J2 Starke; one brother Scott Reed of
grandchildren and six great grand Starke; his maternal. grandparents C
children. John and Annie Wilkerson of>I
Funeral services for Mrs. Crosby Lawtey; his paternal grandparents, d'w
were held at 10 a.m.:In the DeWitt C. William and Chris Seay of SUrke; .
Jones Chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 9, his great grandmothers, Louise
with Rev.Andy Crews and Rev.Bob Taylor and Edith Wilkerson, both of IS
Cooper officiating. Burial was In Lawtey, and William and Bonnie
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Seay of Starke and Great-great
direction of Jones Funeral Home of grandmother, Julia Yarberry, of Salute to...
Starke. Jacksonville.
Funeral services were held Fri-
Charles Roger WilliamsMr. day,Dec.29 at 11 a.m.at the Chapelof
.Charles Roger Williams,of Archie Tanner Funeral Home MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
Starke,died Friday Jan.5..in North with Rev. Gene Bass officiating. s
Florida Reception Medical Center, Burial was in Long Branch 15
Lake Butler, following sudden Il- Cemetery under the direction of Archie e Monday, January
lness. Born In Jacksonville, Mr. Tanner Funeral Home of
Williams was a longtime resident of Our Main Office will be closed
Starke and was of the Protestant Starke.Mr.
faith. He was at Nqrth George F. BarbutoMr. Monday, January 15th, and our

Florida Reception Medical Center in George F. Barbuto, 62, of CIRCLE J. FENCE branch in Winn Dixie will be
Lake Butler; was a veteran of U.S. Starke, died Saturday, Jan. 6, in
Army&was a former member of the Bradford Hospital following an ex- & ALUMINUM/ COMPANYCR closed Saturday, January 13th and
Lake Butler Rotary Club. tended illness. Born in New Haven,
Survivors Include his wife, Nancy Connecticut Mr. Barbuto moved to 18 & SR 100 Theressa, Florida Monday, January 15th in
Williams of Starke
; one son, Starke eight years ago. He was a
Chuck Williams of Starke; two member of the Catholic faith,was a 473-9625 observance of Dr. King's birthday.
daughters, Suzanne Larkin of retired truck driver with Perkins
Raiford and Brenda Williams All of Regular banking hours will
of Union Teamsters; was a veteran of Types Fencing...
SUrke; two brother James F. US Navy WWII; was a member of
Williams of Lawtey and Lemueal S., New England Teamsters&Trucking Sales Service &: Installation resume Tuesday, January 16th.
Williams, Jr. of Miami; two sisters, Industry, Boston, Mass.
Mable Jean Martin of Jacksonvilleand Survivors Include his wife, Mary All Types of Aluminum Work... COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Sue Winkler of Starke. L. Barbuto of Starke; his mother,
Funeral services for Mr. Williams Louise Barbuto of New Haven Screened Rooms, Carports, I
were held at 2:30 p.m. In DeWitt C. Conn.; four daughters, Karen andDelores 811 N. Walnut St. Starke
Mobile Home Roof-overs Etc.
Jones Chapel SUrke, on Sunday, of New Haven, Conn.. ,
Jan. 7, with Rev. Art Peterson of-
Cheryll Angell of Wolcott,Conn and
ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake Dorothy Marales of Camden, TOP QUALITY AT LOWEST 964-7 830
Cemetery under the direction of Member
Maine; one stepdaughter Lori Conti
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. of Stance;one Bon,Frank Barbuto of PRICES AROUND FDiC LJ

Uxbridge, Mass.; one brother,
Mrs.Gene Mansfield Mickey Barbuto of Branford, Conn.; OPEN 8-5
CarterMrs. two sisters, Delores and Diane of

.Gene Mansfield Carter,82,of New Haven, Conn.; seven grand- .
Keystone Heights, died Tuesday children. '>ii" .n :'''f' ,'.{"<,' .x-< : '." "' <:<,>s:,,.;""),"..,); "?s:-.n"" '" ,2 .., , Jan. 2,at her home on Azalea Place Memorial services for Mr. Bar- .,':' :'1 _k... "'",' < 'i ;',:;i;' fi.; ..,: 'r. < {!):'1'/'< "
following a long illness. Born in buto will be held at 11 a.m., Satur- :>: ; : :'ii,sas; ", ,, ,; .. i;fix:.ysSiSF%.z v, :,'dr3'io'ft' > > .,.
Savannah, Ga.. Mrs. Carter movedto day, Jan. 13 in DeWitt C. Jones t4
Chapel, Stance, with Rev. Buddy
Keystone Heights in 1979 fromPennaeola. J"1
Friedlin Burial will be at ,, .. .
.She was a member of St., I : --
':s Ch a later date in Agnus:Cemetery ,. .. ... j .
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lfitljh I e11Ia nSLw'a.a Ai .Branford StarWis'lrirangements."G rIII. Jetitlsf1t1'nptalj! + ,. .. : ',,"
former bookkeeper for an auto Home of d harge"o(ar-
parts store In Pensacola.
Survivors include her daughter,
Peg MacMillan of Keystone Katie Lynn Minnix

Heights; one son, Donald V. MacMillan Katie Lynn Minnix, infant, died i .
of Longwood; two sisters Saturday, Jan. 6, at Alachua ; i'I'
Daisy Lewis of SUtesvUle. N.C. and General Hospital, Gainesville.TENNIS .

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31Z1O.5O 15LT $71.00
,.3111.5015LT $78.00 EXTRAClL\RGE
33x12.50- 15 $90.00 Two Eight Points In One Day...?
Many hunter don't get two eight points a lifetime,but Richie Barnes ofjStarke
/ bagged these two eight-point bucks on Christmas day,hunting on a
Front End private hue near Starke.Bobby Herald age six li helping ld one ol the < ''I'' IA... tn.-
Alignment $ 95 trophies for the picture. Kill... //11'
,camber toe mfrs. 12
Includes set caster & In to specs.Inspect
suspension&steeling system. For most w/purchaae June Geiger of SUrke took this beautiful nine'point buck Monday morningat
American cars. Front wheel arms and Chevelte of tires the New River Fox Hunting dub between SUrke and Lake Butler.Geiger I*
vehicles, extra. Full:extra. : FOREMOST- **PRICE WISE. 'Sale a lifelong resident of Starke and plan to have this trophy mounted. ,


Replace pads or shoes: TIRES combine to bring you Start
'. bleed drums&or adjust rotors; :pack- resurface: 495 LOWER PRICE 1/11 Drug Buy Nets 3

American cars&trucks. Metallic Front or" $1600 _
parts extra when required. ALS EK
HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL MOM GUI ft lithe Trocta A combined drug operation by Ferry.Bond was set$2,750..This is'
'CANADIAN LORD CiALVERT ... < .f;" 12.99. J:15: > : Florida Department of Law EnforcementkBradford also Banks first felony drug offense.
County Sheriff Waymon Hampton,39, charged -
J CAPTAIN MORGAN SPICED RUM ;7.9'i7750.}; '. Department with sale of cocaine and posses-
P155-80R13 $37.00 $31.00 ;. <* < : resulted in the arrest Jan.8'of three sion of cocaine, said Perry. Bond
P17S-80R13 $4].00 $33.00 SMIRNOFF VODKA 80 69'75O. Starke men, one a known drug was set at$5,000. Hampton was arrested -
: SEAGRAM'S CROWN '8.9if"\; LTR! dealer. in 1986 in a cocaine conspiracy -
P19S-75R14 $44.00 $37.00 arrested after
The three men were case with Roosevelt Wims.
P205-75R14 $46.00 $39.00 ;"S AGRAMS'EXTRA DRY GIN J2.,9f<: 1751; ; they sold drugs to an undercover Wims was found guilty and sentenced -

P21S-75R1S $50.00 $41.00 TEN. ) HIGH STRAIGHT BOURBON. '\9.k tJ..jj FDLE agent.Washington Early,29,was County's to five years first conspiracy in prison in to Bradford trafficin
P235-75R15 $52.00 $45.00 I. > charge with possession of less than cocaine case although no cocainewas
20 grams cannabis,sale of controlled produced as evidence.
Air Conditioning RAY PARRISH BANDWED. substance cannabis, accordingto Hampton, a dealer for Wims,
$6' Qom' Investigator David Aderholt. testified for the state and charges
Service Special I Bond was set at $2,500. Early has against him were later dismissed.In
ya J.- been charged with multiple offenses a seperate case Hampton pled guiltyto
since 1982 but now faces his first possession of controlled substance
CORBETT'sTire 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke felony drug offense. and was sentenced Feb. 2, 1987 to
Donald Christopher Banks, 25, five years probation.
1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 was charged with sale of cocaine, Bond for the current charges has
& ServiceU.S. resisting arrest without violence,according been set at$5,000.

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We sell oqly clean, quality, used clothes will be held Sunday,Jan.21,1990,at
I Bayless Highway Baptist Church,
;i PracticeBruce 20% OFF SELECT ITEMS Starke.
: Lunch will be served at 1
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Open am- pm
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Office Hours 8:30: am to 5 pm. Monday through Friday I office of said Bank, on January 18, 1.990, between the hoursof

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4,11. Attention Area Businesses_ :

Area.businesses should make sure all checks are

I_ accounted for due to a recent report by the sheriffs

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Jacksonville that were apparently taken over the

,A holidays1. The thefts were undetected since the checksare

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_, nothing else was taken from the businesses.
It looks like a professional at work said Lt. David

Adcrhojt, who said 256 checks on Oln! Land of the
'1 Double Wide and 15 from Faulkner Realty have now

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The sixth mobile home fire In the part month destroyed this home In Keytoone Heights volunteer flrement are shown at the site equipped ... T'. .:. cover rewards that last 24 hours a
the Keystone Heights area last weekend. all
with gasmasks due to the Intense emoke.I your life.
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I Court Final 'JudgementsThe {. team spirit of a group of Q
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following Individuals ap expired tag; dismissed. made Tri County supervision 60 failed to wear required color Call GUARD]
Pierce before Judge George H. Phillips pied no contest no current days.Susan. (Hunter's Orange); costs waived, s SGT David Kirkland 964-8862 Americans at
January 2 in Bradford County Insurance card dismissed. Griffis dismissed. :.
; pled no contest issu-
Traffic Court where their cases Robert Pittman, Jr. pled on con- ing worthless check (Wal-Mart, five Ronald E.Willis pled no contest Is- : .: SGT Norman Dowdy 533-2m their best.
received final disposition. test DWLS; fined$120.25. counts); ordered to make restitu- suing worthless check (Stump's);' :
Curtis Shell pled no contest tion. ordered to make restitution and pay :
Ronald,Lamar Andrews pled no DWLS; present valid license and Julia Ann Harris pled guilty petit $50 court costs. '. BUY HERE PAY HERE
' contest driving while license pay $52 or pay $120.29. theft; $50 court costs, continue Edwin Martin Villaespin pled no I"' ''
suspended (DWLS); presented valid Rocky Clint: Thompson pled guilty counseling. contest petit theft; $100 court costs.. ,. (* WE FINANCE
license, ordered to pay $52 court DWLS; fined $120.25, Trl County Ronald Joseph Johns pled no con- David Jim Browning pled no con j f
costs. supervision 90 days. test failed to wear required colors test possession marijuana; 30 days' '
Andrews pled no contest impropertag Thompson pled no contest expiredtag (not wearing Hunter Orange); $50 in jail suspended if violates no laws'' tf' E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALES
; presented valid tag, dismissed. ; $52 court costs, dismiss. court costs. within 60 days), fined$199,Tri County .
Michael H. Beaver pled guilty improper Samuel A. Townsend pled guilty Scott Johns pled no contest child supervision 60 days.
: tag; costs suspended dismissed; resented valid license, abuse, illegal possession alcoholic John Lamar Crews pled guilty bat. Easy Deals with E-Z Wheels
dismissed. beverage; 50 hours communitywork tery 15 days In jail, $90 restitution, .
Jeremy Sean Boyer pled no con- Virgil Ellis Wright pled no contest ,Tri County Probation six mon- fined $199.Garry ((904)) 964-7783
test reckless driving; $52 court DWLS; present valid license and ths, costs waived, 500 word essay on Dennis Wells pled no con TOMMY BRAY
$52 court costs this should test marijuana six 1320 N. Temple Avenue
costs. pay or pay $120.25. why not happen. possession ; mono
Jessie Bobble Brooks pled no con- Jimmy Lee Cason pled no contest Anthony O. Mathias pled guilty Is- ths Tri County Probation fined Manager Starke, FL 32091
test DWLS; $52 court costs. DUI; fined$1,229 license suspendedsix suing worthless check (Wal-Mart); $120.25. -
Stanley Dexter Brown pled guiltyno months, Tri County supervisionone $50 and restitution.
valid drivers license (NVDL); year, attend DUI school. Shane Napier pled no contest child LIFE 4 PRAISE EfSTRIES-r !
presented valid license dismissed. Cason charged with DWLS; abuse, illegal possession alcoholic J .Port Office: DnxrlKltSmRKK.ru '>
Brown pled guilty unlawful altera- dismissed. beverage; Tri County Probation six DIll
tion of tag; dismissed. John Lamar Crews pled guilty months, SO hours community work, PASTOR EDWARD L VAN CAMP 1
Edward Leon DUI fined $700, license costs waived, 500 word .f' d.,
Castlen pled no con- ; suspendedsix essay on why CHURCH n
test DWLS; fined $120.25. months 50 hours communitywork should not happen. .
Paul Thomas Crockett pled no attend i DUI school, Tri County Jerome Turner pled guilty Issuing "Coma experience the difference"Schedule
contest reckless driving; cost waiv- Probation one year. worthless check (Jax Liquors); pay of Services: '
ed, dismissed. Crews charged with DWLS; $50 court costs,show proof of restitu- Sunday Morning Worship :i :3r
Helen Denise Curtis pled guilty dismissed. tion.Diane 10:30 am
unlawful speed; fined $134. Stephen Ross James pled no con- L. Vandlver.charged with Sunday Evening Worship -
Curtis pled guilty NVDL; con- ''test DWLS; ten days in Jail, fined worthless check (Shoe City); show 7:00
tinued for disposition.Joel $120.25, Tri County Probation to pay proof of restitution and pay$50 court : pm
Wednesday Evening WorshIp.
Travis Ellington pled guilty costs.
DWLS; present valid license and Lee pled no contest Joseph A. Wilkerson charged with 7:30: pm
will dismiss, or pay $120.25. DWLS; fined $120.25. ,
DWLS Steforn; present Gibson valid pled license no contest and reckless Garrette driving Petteway; fined pled no$409 contest, Tri -$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$ 'u'It.rr {a..

pay $52. County supervision six months. | If you are bored with your job and want to :f :;
.Herbert Hawkins pled guilty Petteway charged with DWLS, ?
DWLS; ten days in Jail on weekends fleeing police officer; dismissed. $ make a change, Cosmetology may be the ,"l1e'i( ;i tb7fyl+e Cfiii'it'A,7a.
Michael R. Sage pled no contest /, ,
fined $120.25, Dlaced'dn"Trl 0 -fI .
ncs.let OSi 10l1s0) 'days.taunns : "
Eddie Herndon pled rio "' Kelly Scott pled no contest DWLS;; are r'VtojBH jTv' T #
unlawful alteration of tag; $52 court presented. valid license, costs | Applications 'now being taken for our '$ i:h \".,. ,".
suspended.Clara f .
costs.Patricia Ann Herrin pled guilty Bryan Thornton pled no con- $ January 18, class. Financial assistance '$ ;. .j;,

NVDL; presented valid drivers test hours DUI community(violation work of probation, Tri County); 50 $ programs are available for those who qualify. $ ; ,,' ,
license, costs( waived, dismissed. '
contest Loretta expired Baretila tag Douglas; costs waived.pled no supervision Thornton pled six months.no contest DWLS; | Hours 8:00: 'a.m. 3:00: p.m. Monday Friday. :5 ,Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

fined .
Michael Ervin Jolley pled no con- $120.25.Garry Dennis Wells $ Enrollment is also being taken for a $

test fined driving$437.50 under, license influence suspended(DUI six); license test DWLS, ; presented$50 court costa.valid pled no drivers con- $' Manicuring, Pedicuring and Sculpture Nail $ January 15 1990

months community, attend work DUI, Tri school County 50 supervision hours Ernest pay Williams Jr. pled no con- $ Class Program length 120 hours. Hours' 6:00: | '. a,.',. A
test unlawful alteration of tag; con- In Observance Of Martin Luther
one year tinue probation.Williams $ p.m. 10 p.m. evenings. Monday Thursday King, Jr.
Richard A. Lindberg pled guilty $ Day, Our Main Branch and Bradford
expired dismissed.tag; presented valid tag, arrest without pled violence no contest; ten resisting days in $ class will begin January 29th. Last day for $ '. ;Branch will be Closed Saturday & Monday.Square

: and Lindberg exhibit drivers pled guilty license fail; to dismiss-carry jail with credit for time served. f enrollment is January 23rd. f "" Regular hours will resume as usual Tuesday,

Misdemeanor Court January 16th.FLORIDA
I $ For i information $
I ed.Noah Kevin Moore pled guilty Tina Baker pled guilty issuing more
DWLS; $52 court costs. worthless check (Roy's Grocery); | Bradford-Union | NATIONAL
David William Patrick pled no restitution has been made, $50 court
contest violation of drivers license costs. Vocational Technical
$ Center
restrictions; presented valid; drivers Martha Ann Barrett pled guilty Issuing $ BANK OF STARKEMember
license, write 500 word essay why worthless check (Scotty's); J 609 N. Orange Street f
should not drive on restrictions, restitution has been made, $50 court
costs waived. costs. 2 Starke, FL 32091 5 Member 841 S. Walnut] St., Starke
Kenneth Lamar led no cpn- David E. Duffy pled no contest $ $
test DWLS; costs waived worthless check (Winn Dixie); pay $ ((904)) 964-6150 ext. 126. $ 964-7050 'acc ,.HOUSINGLHNDEK

Gary G. Phillips pled no contest $50 court costs restitution has been $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$


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260B, S. Lawrence Blvd. following arrests were madein Tommie DeSuu, 60, was arrestedJan. Union County was arrested Jan. .4 Rhoden. Bond was set a* f1"' ,1 t
Bradford County by local .6 for failure to pay child supportIn for wilful-wanton reckless driving each charge, the brew'. .1
473-7213 authorities. Alachua county, according to carrying a concealed firearm, according released on their own n< \
Deputy Roman Alvarez.DeSue may; to Patrolmen Mack Short \1
Angela Gay Jenkins 27, was arrested purge by paying$522. and Susan Wilkerson. Leach was Nehemiah Neal was arrested Jan. ', I
Jan.7 for aggravated assault stopped following a domestic related 2 for burglary while armed, according .' '.
PAIN criminal mischief;according to Sgt. Embrltt Lee,56,was arrested Jan. incident. Bond was set at $1,120.25, to Deputy Alvarez. Neal
CQNTROIIIehdaches D. H. Griffis. Jenkins is charged .4 for disorderly Intoxication, accor he was released on his own lllegedOy broke Into a tool shed, '.
./ I with, using a baseball bat to break ding to Patrolman Gordon Smith. recognizance. took a chain saw and Btartntfi
Netk: &Arm INJURIES the windows out of the victim's car. Bond was set at $120.25, he was argument with an liim
I Bond was set at $2,000 the was released on is own recognizance.Melodl'l8 Alligator Stop Camp. He w ;
Mid Back Work Related released on her own recognizance, Dewayne Edward. McBride 26 eel to fIBS. i
was arrested Jan. 4 for disorderlyconduct
Low Back&Le A. Mapps, 24, was arrested .
Spous Eddie Speed,25,was arrested Jan. Jan..4 for disorderly intoxication resisting officer without Richard Wayne Mikell was arrested -'.
Personal. 8 for violation of probation burglaryof according to Patrolman Perry violence according to Patrolman Jan. 2 for drunkeneas. Bond I
'Auto Accidents conveyence (two counts), accord Gorman. Bond was set at $150 she Short. McBride, who is under a was set at $500 he was released) m
ding to Sgt. Harvey was released on her own restraining order to stay away from his own recognizance.Traffic I
remains his wife, arrested her 0
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was set at $12,000, he In recognizance.
DR.RICHARD: C.TULLER custody. residence.Bond was set at$1,000 he I
released Ancll Tetstone, Jr was vvI I
was on his own :
Michael West arrested Jan. 4
was recognizance. Jan. 8 for( no valid driver's JK.I'I rc' I
for failure to appear for compliance, according to Patrolman William\ |
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according Deputy Barley Waldrori, 58J;.and Howard Brown. He was released 11(1II' 1 j
WHEN YOU NEED IT 120 E. Call St. Starke I was tions.released with special condi- Robert Waldron, 52,';o' Hamptonwere surety bond was posted. :
24 HOURS A DAY 7 964-6261 arrested for disorderly;! Intox-
DAYS A WEEK Boot Sales & Expert Charles Edwards Leach 39, of ication according to*$.8t. Harvey Eric Wilhem Zundel. '.
Sarasota wan arrested Jan )
OFFICE HOURS driving while license !siiKpfn! '.< <1 .
Oflloa Hours Men. Frt 8:30.8:00: p.m..SaL By Appointment Repair I Senior Registered Nurse (DWLS), according to Patrolmx: i '
-. Gerald Hayes.
Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure as a 4
professional registered nurse and one year experience. Alan Dale Miller 20,was ai CCM I .1! j
Jan. 4 for DWLS, accord):11? > ]
Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary Trooper D.C. Roberts. Bond wj., .
negotiable. up to $28OOO annually. (Benefit package at $213.25. \
worth over $8OOO). Robert Demps 38, way an.--J i Jan. .4 for DWLS,possession of 0! ;
New Clinic paraphernalia, violation of 1 pi---" !
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I s cording to Deputy Alvartv Successful candidate will be eligible for all Florida was set at$1,420.25, he was r< <' < I Ion ',
career service benefits. Including State Contributions to his own) recognizance

health Insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation days. "';/<.,. "" '. .. .
1990 SELL-A-THON 10'paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensation. I
plan. CEU's and In-service training.

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R. Nate Holton. Personnel ManagerNew \

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PB, Sport Wheels. MUST SELLI! BEAUTIFUL 3BR.2BATH.1987 CHAM- III ??, Sunday,.eros.ltom 1pm HI 77 US Homeof 301 paid. From $37.50 up weekly. GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE OINIVAi 292'on water and extending

$9500 OBO. 864-9248 or 782- PION mobilehom.,14x70earpetedgarden South the Doubtewide of Lawtey. Center.7 MAGNOLIA HOTEL. Walnut St. to Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lot, ,
Starka In front of Post Office.
3660.TFN 2 I
and 92.65' lot $48,000.
THURS. FRIDAY. 65000.ach: one
EAST through
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT SEIZED tub,breakfast bar utility room,wired for RD. 16 of,NE 10th EL & SR IS. Lg. 13MOBILE WANT A GETAWAY PLACE 190' on Sampson lake. 160' on rood and 170'deep.
VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes central air.Must No Corner HOME 3BR,1 1/2 bath carpeted,
sell.movingl eq- and ExLg clothing, shoe, used and .....HOMES.... ,$25,000
Corvettes, Chevy. Surplus uity-take over payment Serious n.7 appliances air and central heat, un- HANDSOMI 4-STORY CEDAR HOME wltha beautiful view of lake Sampion.

Buyer Guide. 1-602-838-8885, Ext A Inquire onlylCall 964-3939keep BIG YARD SALE Saturday e am til 77 $furnished ISO Griff! Loop$250 call after month Located In Brlmwood Point. 3 BR. 2 BA, Central Heat pump carpeted, In-
acuity deposit, 6pm
3493.2 bying.4FREE North 301 East a. Market Road Oak ulated windows, skylight, mahogany ext. doors sunken tub telling fans,
1978 LWB TOYOTA PICKUP: With top FREE FREE Credit Check and 864-8970 or 964-8705 or 864-4430
rocker single bed dresser, portable : 2205 sq. ft. living area, 1537 s.f. wrap around porch must see to appreciate.
per. $700 or best offer. 9645640. Pro-approval on mobile home ban 11.13 to quallfed ., $105,000.
dishwasher vending machine,8 mm 3BR HOUSE ON GRIFFIS Owner financing a buyer. I
2 Can Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B projector and screen Medl-Jector CHEAPER. THAN RENT! Immaculate furnished! 3 bedroom 1U bath mobile
1939 PLYMOUTH: Original condition; Home, Lake City, FL. 4 LOOP.stove.refrlgeralor.and dishwasher
insulin Injector, Colt 45 auto ,home w/separate recreational room equipped with stove I frig, separate
original motor. Run good. Must *ee 4 BR' BIG 1990 28x70 with plywood furnished, carperted throughout lot Crlffls '
$ 19600.
beautifully landscaped on Loop.
magnetic locator and much garage
to appreciate $4,000. Call after 6 pm. floor, wood siding, shingle root, plus 7THREE more. front and back porch and utility DUPLEX. ) 630-632 W. Francis St., Each side 2 BR. 1 BA. Eat-In kitchen, LR, UtllRm.wcarportononeend. i
964-2573 weekday, anytime on free delivery and set-up. $290 per mo. room.celling fans.foroed air heat and 45000.
can Lake FAMILY: Saturday Jan. 13 8 III window air.Large private yard and .> I
weekends. 2 755-5114, Circle B Home. NESthAve.2BR/IBA New Roof $26.000
350 7? 515 E. Jackson Street one block drive,$300 month.plut $200 securitytteposll.caH
79 GMC 4X4 Auto transmission City FL 4
: 3 BR 2 CH&A ... $
behind Fla. Pest Control. Toys, chll- after 864-0970 HWY. 301 SOUTHt Frame, bo 1539..1.7oc. 40,000
eng, $2800. Ph. 064-2801. BANK REPOS: 1935's and up. Double- drens clothe, etc. 7 9648705. 13 6pm Of'I I' NW 65th AVR.t 3 bedroom, 1 bath 5 acres. Home has new 20 yr. roof, freshlypainted
2 wide. $1.000 Dn. Pmt Singlewlde.
'Make Offerl'OREAT '
506) ORANGEWOOD APARTMENTS FOR RENT OR SALE:2 BR 2 BA,2 Cpt.> Inside. Owner says on ,
1985 FORD RANGER: LWB 4speedOD $500 dn. pmt Everyone can buy-bad '
LOCATION-GREAT PRICE bedroom 2 bath, with a large family room
Tonneau cover, chrome rims, credit or no credit Call 755-5114, Saturday, Jan. 13. Cancel rain. 1 Ac. 2394 NW 65th Ave. 1-771-2584. located In the city. $59,300.. 'I
Great little truck! $2300. Circle B Lake FL 7FRI. 13MOBILE
new paint Homes City
7823660. TFN 2 4 .* SAT.,JAN. 12 a 13. Many different HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 115 WALNUT STREET Good rental pro rty-.3 homes: I

1983 CADILLAC: AT PS PB AC, PW. 1990 DOUBLEWIDE: 24x44, 3 BR. 2 BA Hems. Turn west off) 301 onto SR 18, WATER, SEWER.CASLE 2 BR. 3053 1080 Total Total So..Ft., 2 story, porches;
tires. Wood go 4 1/2 miles. Look for signs. 1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 Sq.Ft.:
Diesel. Newly overhauled good siding and shingle roof plusfree 240 Total Sq.Ft. Call for viewing on these! $ 89.000
Excellent cond.,run like new $2500. delivery and set 14995. Call MOBILE HOMESLOTS WITH CITY
up. -
ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba concrete block window treatments,
9642796. 2 755-5114 Circle B Home.Lake City, : :BOATS WATER SEWER CABLE TV. 964- 3 ceiling fans CHtA stove, refrlg DW garage with door opener, antenna '
LTD.4 Door.AT PS PB.AC. FL 4 7499 TFN 13OUN'S
1984 FORD : ,
with booster wood floors, Andersen windows ,
14' FIBERGLASS FISHING BOAT: With rotary new carpet rosegard.n
Radio, good tires. $1750. 9642796. 1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD galvanized trailer and 7.5 hp motor SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home large patio area complete with brkk BBQ grill smoker, and LaKY
1978 FORD 150 FLATBED: AC, PS. PB. doubtowide.with all the extras$19,000 (not running). $400 FIRM. 0646551.jREAlESTATE": ., lots for rent, water and sewer furnished Susan tabl., hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
cable available.
tv 782-3333
Wide tires. $1000. 064-2796 balance and$1000 down.Assume 8OCALA beautifully landscaped.

1977 DODGE PICKUP: AC AT, PB. PS. loan. Will pay to have moved to your TFN 13 BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS BATHS 402 St. Clalr St. .86 of on acre, foyer I
Longbed Ores $1750. 964- lot Call 373-3423 after 4pm or 964- HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS torrent kitchen fan/hood I
good LR. DR w/ refrlg, range/oven dishwasher ; den laundryroom
2796.2 9115 during the day. 4 Close to prison. Call 468-1323. and on office, CH&A. enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious I
GOVERNMENT SEIZED vehicles from 1989 MOBILE HOME: 14x60, skirted onan TFN 13 back yard with security light. $71,000

$100. Corvettes, Chevy, Porches, adult quiet private tot. Within STATE EMPLOYEES,need.home close BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba CB. wood floors 1185 s.f., 5 acres $ 60,000 I
and other confiscated properties. For walking distance of all stores. Used 6 NATIONAL FOREST! wooded to your work We have dean mobile I CRYSTAL LAKEi Furnished log cabin,98 ft. on water, 1 BR/1 BA. $90,000
buyers guide. 1-800-448-2562 ext mos. 2 BR 1 1/2 BA. Completely lots river access. $5450 each. No homes available. can 463-1323. TFN : BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks SID extra lot. $ 44.000
2729 Also furnished, ready to move In to. New money down. $65.41 month. Owner.I- 13WALDO I screened
open evenings and week HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A patio w/BBQ grill
ends. 2 washer anddryer.Central air.3 decks, 238-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN VILLAS NOW RENTING: Also 3BRMH, 1 1/2 BA 3 Ac. Exc. for small horse farm. $122,400
1979 CHEVY WINDOW VAN:V-8 3SO.or 2 with roof over carport tool i shed etc. 10AUCTION Townhouses, starting at $210/Mo. LOTS& ACREAGE .

1981 V-6 Van. Both with PB PS AC. Must see to appreciate. 964-5341. : 2464+/- Acre farmland and Equal Housing Opportunity. For more HWY 16. EAST 20 Ac with fish pond, 2 wells, palm trees, septic tank, swlmm-, 'j
Reese Hitch. Call 468-2742. 414X52 Timbertand.Albany Amerlcus,GA. information, caD 4681971. Ing pool. Can be bought as one parcel or four 5-ocre tracts. ,
2 LIBERTY.I982 assume payments January 19 and 20. 85% Owner Financing 13 MICHIGAN STREET Acres Inside city. $ 10,000

1985 DODGE RAM 50: Pickup. With of $157.32 for 3 1/2 year, call 782- Available. Sale 1: 1301.3 2 BR, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: CH/A. Outside WALDO Four lots, city water well, septic, 2 power poles.. $ 28,0001
topper. Low mileage, good condition. 3762 4 more or less acre,215 acres cultiva- utility room ceiling fans, $300 SI 1th ST. HAMPTONiS Ac., 3 septic tanks 4" sub pump 2 power poles;access -.
Call 964-6758 weekdays. 2 NIMAfs/1 ETS', table land. 145 acres pastureland, Month, $100 Sec. Dep. 964-5449. to city water $ 17,0001
I HAVE USED CAR DEALER LICENSE: 036 acres timberland, 3076 square 13 536 CHERRY STREET 200'xlOO'
If you would like to buy and/or sell a iFORSAtE, ; foot brick home,4 BR/3 BA.69.546. 3 BR.2 BA WITH GARAGE:Almost brand HWY 225i One Acre. $ 5,000
few car*per month or open ausedcar peanut quota offered separately and new. 1011-8 W. Pratt. St. $500Mo.Ask LOT 9.GOLFAIR ROADi Country Club Estates Make offer. $ 8,700
lot in your area, please leave name HAPPY JACK SKIN BALM: checks in combination with land. Sale 2: about tease purchase option.064- LAWTEYi Five acres, 105th Ave. Good Investment! $ 13,000
and phone number 904-373-9340.. scratching & relieves Irritated skin 1163.1 more or less acres, 675 Irrigated 8073.TFN3 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD 20.1'Ac.,3_III. 2 poles $ 50,000
without steroids. Promotes healing cultivable land 88 ao. pastureland 2 STORY APARTMENT HOUSE: Whole WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246 Flo. Frontier $ 15.000
COMMERCIAL. PROPERTY hair growth on dogs & cats! Gator II 400 ao.timberland,2281 sq. house or part Kitchen furnished w/ AFTER HOURS _

f REHIM.EASE.SAL.E: Farm Supply, Ole Glore Feed, 4Goldkist. ft. brick home 3 BR/2 BA; 247.619 Stove & refrlg. 864-4990. 13 Ann. Terwtllegar Brown . . . . . ..4737541Pauline
6 peanut quota offered separately and MOBILE HOME LOT for rent Call 964- \
SALE LEASE, OR EXCHANGE, 7000 FREE: SMALL BREED FEMALE DOG: in combination with land. For more 7895. 13 Randolph. ; . . . . . .964-6323

sq ft two story stucco building. 137 Very friendly. Call 964-4507.: Info or a free brochure, call Calvin THREE BEDROOM 2 BATH MOBILE Debra Connaughton.: . : . . . . .964-1833
139 E. Call St. comer Thompson St 6DOBERMAN Eubanks, 1-800-323-8388.. Rowell HOME: CH/A. Carpet screened In n/lr<. T.ru.llllnnr 533-2242_
Leased to purchase or prefer ex- PINCHER PUPPIESOwks.: Realty & Auction Co., Inc. P.O. Box iront porch, fenced In yard, year
change for waterfront property. ClydeW. old. $25 each. Call 964-7275. 1846 Moultrie, GA 31776. lease.$325/Mo. plus deposit THREE
Simpson 356-6849 3 TIME SHARE UNITS: Distress Sales BEDROOM BATH HOUSE:Located
FOR LEASE PARTIALLY COMPLETED 6LAND Cheapll World Wide selections. Can In Lawtay. Lots of pace. $325/Mo
1000 sq ft fast food location across'' FOR SALE 'Vacation Network today. 1-8OO-82S- phi deposit Mth years lease.CASTLE

from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848, evenings 7844 NATL 1-800-826-1847 in FL or PROPERTIES USA, Inc. William D. .
473-3627 TFN 1-305-771-6296. 10 Tiffin. Licensed Real Estate Broker
3 100 ACRES: six room house and bam. ,
FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/office Owner will finance, $2000/acra.caD F' \ -' 964-5065. 13.
space: 3000-9000 sq ft. located at 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN : \WANTED,. 1 i 4 BR 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE INSTANT FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine 0MINI HOME. 2 1/2 Ac,totally fenced. $300
Industries. Contact Diane Ely, 064- FARM: 7 1/2 acres 3 BR 2 BA, EXPERIENCED) CNA Wants Work. 964- month, $200 down dep. 964-4322. e Mobile Home Lots with or without septic &
5225. Call
5294 TFN 3 block home with enclosed garage anytime. 11 BRADFORD VILLAGE APTS: Just remodeled well hookup ,
STORE FOR RENT 1000 SO FT. 301 CH/AC. Barn, 3 wells, pasture fenced RENTAL LOT WANTED: Elec.. water, one bedroom.newly Installed Building Lot In Keystone
SOUTH PLAZA, 064-7681 OR 0646784 and fenced. ewer. For mall travel trailer but central heat and air. Patio with storage
TFMLOSTFOUND RALPH cross BRYAN REALTY: Only, 964-8878.$72,000. looking for bus to convert and live In area.. Off-street parking. 964- 20O Acres In Bradford County..j.............$1,500 Acre
there.Maturecouple.Sober.No drugs.No 8601. 13 e 2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone

.. :,1 3 BEAUTIFUL ACRES ON BAYLESS pets. Resident Starke 6 yr*. Secu- EFFICIENCY ROOMS US 301 South e 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227...................-$6.500' Each
HIGHWAY: 10 Ao with well, on
rity could look after
LOST IN PINE TREE ESTATE AREA OF tank and exp. property of Starke. Clean quiet heat. Air. No e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd.
pole near Lawtey. "
power exchange basis. Write 'B', P.O. Box 43 Acre Farm with 3 Br. 2 Ba. Home In
fe- Utilities 964-5687. ,
LAKE BUTLER: One male, one Possible owner fin.Call Joy Thornton, 1162 Starke. FL 32091 11 pet* paid. '
male Bassett Hound. Tricolor 10 Broker Thornton and Associates. ___ 13_ J Gainesville
mos.old. Reward offered. Please COD ((904)) 964-4223 u e 5 Acres on small lake ...........................3.000 Acre
Crawford 496-2117 964-5913. 1WO ..jJQT TiE mile lake lake
or -=---..... 3/4 frontage on Alachua,
foDa SIL.VER7"Martha County

e Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.OOO

e 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham.$3.OOO: Acre i

For Rent, 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..... $450.0O Mo.

Washington's silver service it I is said was the source of the silver BRADFORD LAND &: CATTLE COMPANY
r asp bat went Into the first U.S. coins.
Ronald E. '
Newman. 064-6881

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located Hwy. 301.2 blocks/ ; ,$oufh.of! C.R. 100 Lafayette St. _. Starke,-FL ,\

*TWENTY ACRES Owner financing available./ W of Starke. off Hwy 16. 4-90 ,

warranty*ASSUMABLE Included.VA .190.NO QUALIFVINOi 3 BR Home In Stork. Many extras. On.yr... Te$2S.OOO a .VHomes s/Lot '.s/Acreaft '.Waterfront i

*10,500) On. acre with mobile home. 215-69 I II Owner Financing. In Starke. Frame. 2/1, Good Income. >/ :arms '/COmmf: > cfal ;
I *40 ACKfSi Only $49.900. Call Soon. 213.89 'I Newly renovated Inilde and out. 2/1 fenced yard In Starke. ,
*TWO LOTS In the Both for \ A In Brooks frame home, walk to everything, owner finance. a SALVAGE i
city. $11.500.214.89 YARD Hot 3 BR/1 BA Brick home, 3 Acres with frontage on f '
*TWO ACRES IN THE CITY With Beautiful, spacious doublewlde and frame I S2s.ooo.. $50.000 North 301, well and septic. |

hau... 20089OCEANPRONT Saratoga Heights, 3/1 C8. Neat Clean, Fenced Backyard. a NEW RICK HOME 4BR/2BA. CHI A. Stove, retil and dishwasher 2240] i
CONDOMINIUM Beautiful on St. Augustine Beach.: Owner Cedar home on 1 acre'CHA range ref. .... sun deck well and septic. J a
I' ,financing at 9.5% fixed rate. 193-89 Concrete block 3/1. central heat In Starke. 100x129 lot. LOVELY BLOCK HOME > 4BR/2BA"CH/ALarge( family room 2148 sf.,1
*RAIFORDi 4 BR home only $31,900. 190-89 Crystal Lake Ham..".., CB, 3/1 CHtA, rang, r.f. 1300 SF. a garage, landscaped lot. I
*GOLFVIEWs At the Country Club. You can own this almost new brick home with Frame, 1400 sq. ft. 4 BR. 1 3/4 BA large lot.,In country., SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwelgan Brlck.eoMn Kitchen, family room,I a
many extras at I... than appraised value. Seller will pay some closing cotts. Brick 3BR/1 Ba, nice neighbors range, ref, CH&A, encl. garage. CH/A, 2310 sf, porches. large lot 2.8 ac.. frontage on water. 1 .

170-89 $30.000 S7S.OOO a BEAUTIFUL FRAME HOME 3BR/2BA. family room w/flreploce. CHI A.2184 !.
*TWO LARGE BEAUTIFUL LOTS at Lakewood Includ. LAKE ACCESS. 177-178-89 .t, 376 sf workshop landscaped lot Hampton lake a
Country Club Area 3/2 Brick All appliances, Ig. lot, over 1500 sf. access nearby. I
*TRY THIS ON FOR SIZE Large 3 bedroom house In town with lots of living space, Highway 16 West, 4/2M. CH&A 1496 SP on 1 acre. REDUCED. LOTS OF PORCHES 31R11 aA A-Frame w/porch. all round.Tltoverefrlg &
large kitchen and fenced backyard. Priced In 40V 182-89 a ? wood burning stove, pole born 24x50. tool shed 8x9
Owner finance, 2 story 4/2 CHAA on 4.64 acres. well and Sep. a
*YOU CAN STILL OWN your own home for only 28500. CB construction. Call for tin on 6 acres. I I.a I.
Lawtey area, nice home, CH&A on 1 acre, quiet and peaceful.
appt. 183-89 Excellent neighborhood near the hospital Corner lot 3/2 CH&A. TWO STORY CB HOME,3BR/2BA Stove & fUfrlg., AC !units, ..:,heat well
*ACCESS TO SANTA LAKE Comes with this 3 BR/1 BA mobile home on canal and septic, 1 acre. I a
Immaculate! Call soon for owner financing. 161.89 Above 17',_ I TWO STORY APT. SLOG 285/1 BA Each Apartment. Oas "heal live-In; t ta
*HAMPTON LAKE LOT Only $30.000 for 100'on the lake. Owner will finance or .Prestigious Florida Luxury In Country Club. All amenities top quality This one apt., rent the other apartment. one

assume mortgage. 129-89 has to be seen. Call for private showing. RIVER BEND ESTATES 3 BR/2 BA DW Mobile Home CH/A 2 Acres a l
*CUSTOM MADE DOUSIIWIDB on one ocr. Beautlfull'Close I to Union County Bedford Lake 2/1 CUBA completely furnished extra nice. 100x300. 4.8 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA Mobile Home AC Units
line. 110-89( Brick CH *30 ACRES with 4 BR brick home. Priced to sell lawtey area. Owner will consider financing. Brick, 3/2 1/2 BA, Pool I. All Appliances, Fireplace. a
terms. 99.89 Farm house, CH&A on 28 acres. 2 Barns, pecan grove. SELECTED PROPERTIES

*SELLER WILL PAY CLOSING COSTS on this home located In Dalewood SuMlvl.slon. Gorgeous brick home In Deerwood 3/2 Immaculate. Mutt See. a 20 ACRES- Cry Hwy 225, Near Planted
.Priced. In the 4O.. Owner financing. 2 Immaculate MH's, pasture, oaks on 24 acres. NOME SLOG LOTS lawtey. Pines. a
Starke Historic. R_. 6BR 3M8a' 6 fireplaces. REDUCED. Hwy 16W. City Water & Sewage Owner Financing.
HOME BLDO LOTS Shady Oaks S/D. T .
Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm home. 4/2VI Ba on 72 acres. a Smoker.
FOUR ACRE TRACTS Brook.;Owner Financing." a
Call.One of Our Professionally COMMERCIAL THREE J-ACaIItlVIRPRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing..

j I Trained Staff Today ....9B4-5069 Owner Anxious Repair garage, metal bldg. ((1500 sq. ft.) Concrete parking. I a t.' ACRES Frontage en New River Wel< & Beptk. I

Reduced US 301 South. ApproM, 6 Ac., Metal bldg., MH 2 wells, 3 septlcs. .-
Hours Call These HOURJr
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el Iron .ulkn.r..t6.c-lld About A Weyne fugles.tu-"" Mil OncMii.9444441
pi' I,. Call U3 ,: Bill Dodd.64-7401
'DarUn Godwin.....464-2503 LAKI LOTSHOMES ACREAGE I Heals wend t64-7414 CIorIce Stephen.M4U3IIA


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802-833-8885 Ext. R
15JOB 3493. ability to read,speak and follow oraV buildings Hwy 301 South Starke,964- under bar, $300.964-2815. THATS OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous study,established 1976 financial aid,
written directions. Must have kitchen
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Openings OPPORTUNITIES available In IN several AUSTRALIA! : experience, usually given continuingorvtheJob SECTIONAL SLEEPER SOFA: Beige, COCKATIELS Whites and greys; White, //017 Career Institute Drawer 2158,
will train. For Info,can 708-742-8620 areas Instruction.Must know how excellent condition,$250;ATC Three $40,greys.$30.Ucenseddealer.964- ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes Boca Raton FL 33427. 17AWONDERFULFAMILYEXPERIENCE
end kinds of
to dean various surfaces
ext 362. 15 Wheeler, good for parts only. $50. 3187. 12 patches.eto. Drop off and pick
equipment;should have some knowl- ANTIQUE DINING ROOM TABLE 6 7 :
473-1138. 12 up. days a week.7am8pm.9645587. -
ANYONE CAN APPLY:GU8f8/\IeedVi.81 edge and ability In handing equip- CHAIRS, with buffet Also 2 Australian, European, Scandinavian,
MC,US Charge. E\I8nwlthbad credit. 87 CAMARO: Black,A/C, auto.,AM/FM, antiquedres..r. Plnehurst Variety across from Japanese High School exchange
ment and simple food preparationtasks. .; 2 reg BlueTick Coondogs, Southslde Elem. 100 -TFN
Power B/S, rebuilt engine. New dies Hwy
one 1-602-842-1067.; students In Become
arriving August.
< Will be responsible for the $6,500.964-9317.: 12 one male, one female. Call anytime, 17
aMI. U4424. 15 Host Intercultural l
a Family/American
preparation of Head Start meals/sub 431-1203. 12 STRICKLAND'S
ASSOCIATE TO SELL AVON: Set your sequent dean up.Apply:Child Development MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker. TREATED LUMBER: WE DELIVER SALES AND SERVICE: All makes Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB-
hours! Earn $8-$10 used furniture, TV's,
own hourl appliances. LING.17
Services of Northeast Florida FREE.
Plumbing ,
and models deaned
Call Joyce,DIM.Sales Manager,904- Inc.' Starke/Bradford Co., 1080 microwaves, VCR's, .You name it, I Electrical, Tools, Nails Faucets 20%- $15. New and, oiled used and sewing adJusted TENDER LOVING CARE. WE NOW
462-2743, leave Itl) Atwas for such Hems. HAVE OPENINGS FOR INFANT,
message. Pin Street,Starke, FL 32091.8 am HI carry Off., etc. (Collect) 468-2624. 7 Mi. machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan
15INSURANCE Stop in If you wish to sell something. TODDLERAND SCHOOL AGE CHIL
3 Mon.-Fri. EOE/AA/M/F/H.
pm .South of Starke on US 301. Stephen Road) 964-8733 TFN 17
TRAINEE: Office or teller 15FINANCIAL 304 E. Call St. 964-3250. Eveningscall DREN. WE HAVE A LEARNING
Smith Lumber
experience helpful but not necessary.Will PLANNER: Major financial 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. 12VERY Builders Supply. PRESSURE, WASHING Roof: Houses, sidewalks Call CENTER,PRICE INC.2 MEALSAND
train. Good benefits and TFN 12 driveways. Repairs. 2 SNACKS EACH DAY. CALL US
Institution Is expanding to Starke.
conditions Cad 1164.1283.aII forMri. Looking for representative to specialize ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur Full IIzeoountryweltamoouch/ ,chair 1'7' Terry FOR MORE INFORMATION
Lane. 15OCCUPATIONAL Qasklns, 782-3140 12 LORETTA 468-1079 OR MAR-
In either business or personal financial and
rocker. All dark mahogany wood UNK FENCE:Installed/ Free esti
THERAPIST REGIe- Individual selected 60 SHEETS 1/2 INCH CDX Plywood, QUITA, 468-1335. 17
planning. and
cushions. Autumn colors and HANDYMAN
mates. FENCE CO.
TERED: Qualified to do home care could expect formal training and $7.00 per sheet 964-7077. ST. GEORGE'S MISSION: Help 'or.bu..d
yr. designs, beige gold brown, grey. owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559.
visits under Medicare Stateof 12FUJI and children.
Program, development administeredby women Any
program $300 for all; Queen size Water Bed. TFN 17
Florida. Full time salaried with 35mm CAMERA,telephoto lens and comments or opinions If mission is
professional staff. Access to all,' Very clean, good condition Dark DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand
benefits or per visit-mileage rate.Call major financial products and serv flash;comes with camera bag. 2 yrs. mahogany, big headboard with twin needed,call 782-9802 Help needed.
sink this Call
Beverly 964-8772 or 1-800-448- ices. Comprehensive fringe benefits old. $100. Call after 8 pm, 964-2573 lamps and big mirror In middle. Head- 964-6594. TFN 17 year. Bishop John Wilson. 17
7753. Upjohn Healthcare Service weekdays, anytime on weekends.
and Income between $40-$60.000 board
stylish designs and curves. WELL DRILLING PUMPS 4 SERVICE:
REGISTERED NURSES FOR CERTI- during training and unlimited thereat' 6 big dresser drawer((3 on each side Durrance Pump Supply Co, Water
,351 MOTOR
FIED HOMES HEALTH AGENCY: ter. Applicants should have a back- of bed) and heater for mattress. $250or systems specialists. 864 N. Temple
Home visits In Bradford and Union ground bualne..or BAhigh achiever comes with transmission. $200 or I will take $500 for furniture and Ave US 30I Starke 32091 TFN
counties. Recent ICU. Med-Surg, IV and resident for 3 plus years. Applicant -' $250wlth transmission.Call 964-2573 bad 468-1085. 12 17 BUSINESS

Therapy experience necessary. Must must also possess excellent after.8 pm weekdays, anytime weekends 25% OFF ALL DECORATED T-Shlrts & SU.EL'S RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: OPPORTUNITIESBARE
have leadership skills,able to communication and the Intelligence -
strong skills
4 CHROME GOLD-INLAID MODULAR Sweat Shirts Also all ladles ready-to- Featuring a retirement community and
work without direct supervision. Career to team and apply complex
RIMS,off Dodge PU;2 Mud Grip tires, wear.PINEHURSTVARIETY.Acros* home.Licensed supervision 24hoursa BONES NO FRILLS At
advancement.Can Beverly,064-. Ideals and concepts dealing with taxes, RV'Ing -
from Southslde Elem. School, Hwy Certified asst,first aid,
day. nursing
10x15, $150 for rims, $100 for tires.
8772, or 1-800-448-7753, Upjohn Investment, .real estate and Insur- last an affordable campground franchise -
__ 1QQ-S. 12 CPR raIned staff. We retire-
are a
Healthcare Services. 15 ance. Submit confidential resume or Call after 6 pm, 9642573'Way.' ., .MinimallnvestmentQulckstaitup
DRIVERS-$275-$650 WEEKLY Local or business: card to: FINANCIAL PLAN- anytime on weekends. 12 LOSTFOUNDLOST mentcommunlty-nota nursing home. Prime locations available. ,. 602-
Not affiliated with
OTR. Train local. 355-5500.CONSTRUCTION -' NER,200 W.Forsy the St.,Suite 1100, TV: Wards, cabinet model working con- Call any religious or 869-8915 In AZ 1-600-782-3983 outside -
:15hrly/.ub.ln.1deI Jacksonville FL! 32202. EOE. dition, $100; baby port-o-orib w/mat- IN PINE TREE ESTATE AREA OF ganizations. Sue today 468-2819. AZ. 20
Outside. Comm/Res.All Phases.WIN tress,$15. CaN 964-5875 after 4 pm. LAKE BUTLER: One male, one female 17HANDY WOLFF TANNING BEDS: Commercial-
12THREE Bassett Hound. Tri-cdor, 10 MAN: Reasonable rates. PaintIng Home Units from 19900.
train. 355-5500.15 Lamps
CHILD CARE WORKERS: Live-In Position / ,< .: .:FOR\SACEC-;\ : MOBIL HOMES: Must Gol 3.3 mos old. Reward offered. Please call Plumbing. Electric A Home Re- lotions, accessories. Monthly pay-
Competitive salary and benefit Miles West of 301 on Hwy. 16. Makean Crawford, 496-2117 or 9R4-rte1a" pairs.25)'r1.experience.Woody 964- ments low as$18.00.Call today FREE
MUSICAL' INSTRUMENTS,AS LOW AS offer. 964-7375. TFN 12 5405 for 24-Hour Service. //'17
Methodist color 1-800-228-6292.
Willlrain.Call Florida United catalog.
Children's Home, Enterprise, Flor- $1499 PER MONTH. CALL 964- .WHOLESALE VIDEO to the public. FAXCamcordersVCR' :I WANTED I BULLDOZER, BACKHOE ft TRACTOR 20VENDING
6948. 12.ALUMINUM ..All Brands. Free WORK: Call 782-3267. 17
ROUTE Nabisco
407/860-1800. :
Wa. Equal Opportunity -
delivery! Call 1-800-937-6077( with
15' Keebler No
& FritoLay. selling
Employer. 24x36 model numbers for price. Watkins products.Earn 25-50%profit Smoky Mountain Wedding Chapel.All ., .
DRIVERS Have considered all your volved. National Census shows aver ,
you haven't considered your Inches.$.50 each. Great for patchingand 19:>> Call ((904)) 782-3068 after 5 p.m. arrangements provided music earnings of $3,400
? If per
options you repair TELEGRAPH 135 W. 15 flowers,photo video.No waiting Call age gross
J.B. Hunt, then you dont know how month. Approx. 8 hrsJweek. $8,000
Call St Starke. 12 for complete details 1-800-262-,
rewarding a truck driving career NEW AND USED CELLULAR : u LOVE.. 17
Call 18004763018. 24 Hnt.
be. Join the acclaimed driving school ment
For Sale.We Install and activate.Call
: 20
and you may be eligible for career
that promises good pay, stability and 954-4238. TFN 12 iiavbttCR229 service offers safe, convenient 4 FAMILY APT. HOUSE In city limits.
more.Bowling Green State Transportation HANOI + introductions by phone today.AH Good rental Income. Must sell on
Center in Bowling Green, Ken- storage! buildings, garages, green 1 ages,an hours. Be happy,can 1000346MEET.$1.95firstmlnute99 account of health. With Assumable
houses. NO
tucky can give you the professional' cents Mortgage. 9642796. 20
301 South 964-8848 TFN thereafter. 17_ _
training need Financial assistance
Is available.you Call J.B.Hunt at 1- 12 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133

800-643-3331.screen EOE.15 Subject to drug QUALITY PAINTING 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments

BARTENDER NEEDED:Apply In person ...... ,'" t
Hogan's Heroes, 9-5. Deerfoot Vlg. 4EOR'S'A .b.E. 'l'r'
Available at $260
Ctr. 15 '
Shpg. starting mo.
HOMECARE STAFF RN's: We have fun EXTERIOR !fEill pii i/xr ;sofF3 s
or part time positions. you wish to
J.I. *. 'TT"q11J-r.vln. araai onlthant PRESSURE- -
; 'Available
ofLirilero'ckTractor Unit
Small Loads
,)) flexible, daytime,: Mon.-Pri; WASHINGWayne Large handicap

schedules with only one weekend per Work Backhoe Bulldozer
month. Ideal candidate should have

one year med-surg., ICU or home- Jones r @ Call 473-3682 Equal Housing:

care background, 1 yr. med-surg, 468-1149 9646182964-5823\ 964.60952MOST : ...._.., Opportunity
ICU or home healthcare experience
---- --- -
preferred. Choose to work In 14 Years Experience -
Gainesville Starke or Williston of I
fice.Independent managements. iT5t

Newly updated salary and benefits ____ _
package. For more Information, call PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW THERE IS A .

Alachua General Hospital 801 SW2ndAve.GalnesvllleFL32602(904) PERSON...
338-6750. EOE.15 ': : $99 DOWN '" $35"PER"WEEK(

MISCELLANEOUS NEW HOME WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT. ONLY 72 Buick Sport 77 Ford '80 Ford '76 Pontiac

FREE ESTIMATES.On your lot.finish or Wagon Granada6Cyl.ATPSPB Fairmont6CylSTDPSPB Gran PrixV8ATPSPB

.Your planter our*.Frae custom DO NOT LET THIS OFFER PASS BY... A NEW HOME
design service Block or cedar on pilings -
or slab. Larry Meadows ft Son. AND LOT ON PAVED STREET CITY SEWER AND

Call Bud Brockman 813-885-7464. WATER FOR AS LITTLE AS $150.00 PER MONTH...
. LIC CG-C038505. 18 $495 $895 $895 $695

CALL US... WE'LL SEE IF WE CAN HELP YOU TOguALITY. 3094 3091 3082 ..3067E
964-5857 OR 964-6853


from $1 (U-repalr). Delinquent tax LONGCHAMP HOMES INC. &

property.838-8885 Repossessions.ext QH 3493. 18 1-602- 77 Old 79 Ford LTD '76 Buick '65 Ford FIDO t

Garage.Energy Efficient,low mainte- Cutlass2DrATPSPB Century2DrV8ATPSPB Flu j
nance, quality built home. $48,000. ,
Only $421.24/mo. payment with un- DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY Std. Trans,LWB i

der$1500 down payment If you qual-
ify. By Owner. 1011B W. Pratt St $1495 $995 $1495 $995
864-8073.TFN 18
31m #3088 #3085 '3075
'.''', '' '' >> .. .
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,nice lot, .
HOME:Good neighborhood p'"
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$33,000. Owner financing, $6,000 \ )t x'$299.3DOWN $ O;P ER1WEEK 1 ,,, n \, f

down. 864-5318.. .16_. .
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'oj '80 Chevy Mont 81 Honda Accord '81 Buick 78 Buick Regal2DrAT.PSPBAC i

Carlo Century SW6CylATPSPBAC '-

SERVICEReJDovalPmn1ng.t.H Pump Sales l & Service On All Makes V8, AT PS, PB, AC 4 Dt Speed X695 _

) $

Trlmmlngne=moGS1 g; Well Drilling 1 $229513043 1695 303 $2695 #3077 :

fjtiV.\W i"'ii 'j, 9
Firewood :a
Specializing In Removal of Residential & Irrigation '85 Chev '81 Toyota '84 Dodge '80 Dodge St. ?

Dangerous Trees Lie #/1305 Cavalier SW4CylATPSPBAC
FREE Estimates 9 A-"7 Z 804 N. Temple Ave.. Starke Regist i

Licensed & Insured ''V iJ Eves ft: Weekends: 664-7878 4 Cyl,4 Sp. 4 Dr AT PS, PB,AC 4 DC; AT PS, PB,AC i

Call Thomas D. Nettles -
$29951300 $2295 $2695 $ !
406-1326 lake ButlerAFFORDABIEI '
Tie .i 11103 3040

i An t lr _J1ffl$499 D'oWNit i_$4 'PER iWIEE i .j

922 E. Brownlee St. '83 Mercury '82 Dodge Mirada '84 Ford Escort '81 Olds Omega I
Jni I ,
Camp Standing Rd. !! j o 3

Starke, n. 32091 contfortabte' 1lU1DIJ. Marquis It*AX;PS,PB.AC 2D>;5SpAC 4Dr.V6,ATPS.PBAC$2995
064-7133 hems $2495 3
I J1lImJl i $3495 2495
with.I "
2 6: 3 BIt family oriented with '. 30,9 303 1f3092' 3076

laundry&: \large playground.Tree I .. 79 Merc. '83 Ford LTD4DrV6ATPS '81 Chrysler '83 Dodge I
electricity lint month. ..

'Rent 30%of your monthly D.gr1>tihl.n_xL 12000au .. ........ I Monarch LeBaron DiplomatV8ATPSPB.AC
Income If you qualify. If.bound to providecfmOnf\ faettn.. ofoxnfart. 4 Dr ATPWPSAC PBAC
& .BKMM: the XL 1300 vKahatmfbeat -- V8ATPSPB.PWAC s
If you earn$3.35 per hr..40 pump teckcd. by.n..Kdu:v.mmrfu* ..
hn,a week 4: have 3 tm't 10 w kmHal wmrty" both AtompnMr H $2495' $3495 $2995 $3495 a
dependants,your rent would be nd col,,fkm 2 you*on.....And. I ,rJt 1 I
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about 1112 month or$3.73 .
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far per move-In day for days alter the first.'Quilted ;on I..YIiIoI&J200'taa ,.p......QJTCOWART .EEKLYiCASHiSRECIALS:, > ? i

Singles Accepted. i I

Mow-to coil can be as I tow M c ; $295 -
$295 295 295
>$10.00. lowlncoms Ait Conditioning Contractors ,

Sec Housing p3096 Bradford CA00370M County and I I '178 AMC Concord '78 AMC Gremlin t 78 Dodge Monaco 76 AMC Hornet6CylAT.PS.rB.AC
wws I' 964-8025 ,
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Union PLUMBING REPAIRS.Remodeling. CAREER IN REAL ESTATE-We train. Call !.ShPJf'Expense*. 473.4B68.

I [ Keystone Area Ads ] carpentry, bush-hog and mower work. Dean Weaver. Watson Realty Corp. FOR SALE
County Coll for estimate. Ask for Robert. REALTORS, 473-4816 or "".2272.
4732577. 2tpd/1-4.11 VETERINARY ASSISTANT-Exeltlng opportunity KENMORE SEWING MACHINE solid
.BINGO I-Sunday afternoon from 2 to S to work with people and pet. manle cabinet. $50.00. fV-Wil.
and at 7 2:30: p.m. to 6 p.m. weekday, every
Saturday night p.m. SINGER AUTOMATIC-New In carton.
Area Ads FOR RENT FOR RENTDW AMERICAN LEGION. Highway 21N. other weekend. Apply Animal In penon., Cost 1489-Bal.due $219 or payment of
"' !ch"/'.'L2-1 Keystone Height Hospital $28 per month with good credit.
2 .3 R/2llA. SEWING MACHINI-Not Working? Don't 7344 8.R. 100 We.t. 473-4966
) MOBILE HOMES-Partlally furnished 2 or 3 MOBILEHOME On 4737862.' 4tchg-1/11.2/
FOR SALE bedrooms.$135-$150 per month. SR Go heat kitchen equlpped.S3TS.Watson panic. Call Swindell. 4737862. Work FRANKLIN WOOD STOVE-Excellent con
100, across from lake Geneva. Call Realty. 4734816. ltchg/1-11 .guaranteed. Used machines $50 and dition. $325. 4732577. ltpd/1-11
473-7566. or 4737810.. SUSAN STREET.Mobile Home. 2BR/1BA. op.4tchg/1-11-2-1. FOR SALE OTTER SPRINGS RV-Resort membership.Paid .
I 19(7 24' MALLARD SPRINTER 6TH WHEE, 4mo*.pd10264590LAKE Two block from Ktwol.$275. Watson HOUSEKESPINO-Rellable. Reference. 4000.Will take$3,000 or best of
yi I CAMPER Like new SO.OOO. 1989 GMc ACCSSS-3BR/2BA house with 2.100 Realty 4734816. lchg/'." 4734580.' 2tpd/1.11-1 B ItM MOBILE HOME.26x56, 3 Acre In fer. Call"75-3213. 2tpd/1-11-18 I
3/4 ton Pick-up 10,000 miles, perfec BEDROOM-One Bath In Oak Foreston HOUSE ClIANINO-One week, one solid
;, qft., CR214 South. 42500. Watson TWO Keystone Height 473.0256. ltpd-Ml. MOVING SALI-Double Bed pine
condition. $13.OOO or both for Realty. 473-4816.. ltchgl-11 large lot.$230. Watson. month or lust once to help you catch with new mattress et. Bedding far
Powell's 496.3377. 1/4 2tpd. /$20.0001 i 3BR-2BA WITH CARPORT-And Utility R.alty..73..816. 1 11e"/'-" up. 473-40S3.' .tchg.I.I1.2. BOATS FOR SALE above. 7 drawer chest with mirror.
WASHER DRYER ELECTRIC STOVE i Room. Bradford Co. SE 64th St. Watson YARD WORK.Light hauling odd |lob.. Bedside table. Console record
MICROWAVE Call 4962090. 1/4 2tchg. Realty. 4734816.. ltchgl-11 473-4099.' ...tchg-I.I1.2.1 188 BAVUNER CAPRI.With trailer and player/radio. Two lamp Broyhlll
1/11 SECLUDED WATERFRONT.Private LOST SOhp Force Motor. 5000. 4733259.. couch. High-back over Muffed chair.
1977 LINCOLN $1000. Call904496.2310.ltchrg. 2BR/1BA Brick. CR21B. $400. Watson HOMES FOR SALE HaMock. Antique rocker chair, da.k.
111. Realty. 4734816.. ltchgl-11 DOG-McRAE AREA-Whlte, mixed breed YARD SALES Card table. Picture 22 cubic foot
8 X 40. STORAGE UNIT $800 LARGE BACK PORCH-2BR/1BA, utility female Looks like German Sheperd. MOBILE HOMI-Throe 2BR and on. 38Runlt.$990 Amax 1989 Model with Ice-maker.Of.
904-4962310 Itchrg 1/11 room on 1 acre lot. 7665 Kings Canyon Limps. 4734131. ltpd/1-11 to $1990. Call 473-7966. SATORDAY-9 a m. to I p.m. Keystone Eke swivel chair. Many other Items.
ANTENNA WITH POLE clip on carriertopper Rd.$375. Walton Realty. 4734816 Mutt move.3tPd/l-4.1-)8.2-l. 2-19. Oak. off SR 100., look for signs. Richard Rau. 479-3010.' ltpd1.11FiLiRi

Phone for small 496-3713.truck furniture Itchrg. 111., otherItems .- DI If .u... .. ..". ."'., ... ... ...... ,.""'" .... ,. ..... "." .. .. ., .. .. .. -.

GE PIANO$100 assume Itpd REFRIGERATOR call 111FEMALE FOR BLACK condition..mall 96-1068.2tpcU/II.SALE TOY monthly Retponsbile avocado$75.POODLE Call payment green.,431-1302 papered party 1/18.Excellent on to ; X AAEL! :! .

Spinet Piano. Can be *..1'1 locally.

3tchg Credit 1/25 Dept. 1(904)234-8481.( ) I/I ,

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after school! care. Hot meats and
of snack Coil 496-1068. 2tpd.l/ll.I/.
I work 49612326. tin 17


WANTS YOU Immediate opening

Full time employment. Good working i ++11 f + d r4Xl
1 i
conditions Excellent benefit package
Apply In person at lake Butler Apparel f
Company, 650 S.E. 2nd Street Lake ,;,," ; ,
Butler Fl. 1/4 2tchg. 1/11 r11
TEACHER AIDE working at Industrial ,
Complex at Raiford. Entry level salary rlf
Need high school diploma basic I Ii
clerical skills and relate well to exceptional .
students. Submit applicationto
Billy R. Foister Union County School
Board 55 SW 6th street. Lake Butler by
Friday. January 19th at 4:00
p.rn.2Ichrg.I/II. 1/18. ,
work without supervision for Texas
Oil, Company in Union County Area.
We t"aln. Write W.M. Dlckerton Pre*.. '( 1.IM1ELI
SWEPCO Box 961003 Ft. Worth. Tx

76161. Itchg. 1/11 I MOR PA OE1-A yt OUAN1g'S1C FtEO aEVVIDE



$100 Ford, Mercedes, Corvette. r '
Chevy. Surplus Buyer Guide rr tix
1.602.838.8885. Ext. 9127. 3tpd. r ;
1228111. ,


J envelopes Send a elf-addresec I !f
stamped envelope to: SEMA box 1179 t L //r It
Dallas. GA. 30132. Itpd. 1/11. S N


covered In a luxurious plus
Queen Anne cemetoeck style
1990 14x70 3 b.d. 2 bath free d.llv.ryand 1 e SELECTED STYLES imiohedetfipe 100%Ototln cover,with cherry finished leg.
I I ftet-up $650 down payment. $183 e LIMITED SELECTION AVAILABLE
I per month. We finance. Call 755-5115.
Circle B Homes. Lake City Fl.4tcg. /25 *
FREE FREE FREE credit check and pre iri ONLY 29?
approval on mobile home loan.. Call
I Kent et 755.5114. Circle B Homes, Lake Swing Amount Bwed: an Our Day Low Ptce Prtee
City FI."lchrg.I25.LOWEST r
new homes 5 percent down. 14 wide MIl oEIErOyITII3LEATHER
start at $500 down doublewldes at LAST! SAVE 17TO 52
$800 down. Coll 755.5115. Circle B t
Homos 4tchrg 1/25 "203 PLUSO YOUR OUNCE 'r
BANK REPOS 1983's and up Doublewldes
$1000 down payment. Singlewldes YOUR CHOICE OF ,
$300 down payment. Everyone can ASSORTMENT RED ER COCKTAIL OR
buybad credit or no credit Call /'
755.5114 Circle B Homes, Lake City Fl. OF DECORATOR '' .. END TABLES ,
I -y- Conetructed of equwe d'
post, with beveled aim ineert -
HOMES FOR SALE TABLE LAMPS $296 end hendnude cane :

repair). Delinquent tax property. e MANY DIFFERENT COLORS tuck radcsr/nKftw
Repossessions. Call 1(602.838.8885( TO CHOOSE FROM m 100% Osnuln Cowl** ONLY
..,HI" Lssttw on Iti*emts,sul,MM bsdcmd
Ext GH9127.12/2B.l/11.3tpd. ", YOUR
'Vinyl Ussvrtw* A
+ ON W *B tono-flm hardwood enjoyment.(rams construction tor CHOOM FROM EITHER COCKTAIL TABLE

OFFICE SPACE150 W. Main Street,
$100.00 month. Call 4962261. YOUR CHOICE OF CHERRY

and up. Sid' Mobile Home Park. Come 4-PC. BEDROOM 1 FINMATCHING 2 PIECE CHINA 5-PIECE
by or call us. 496-371S.1tpd. 1/11,, J r

,. NOTICE e COLONIAUAMERICAN STYLING YOURCHOICE"493 ? ++ Wood(rimed, 'plus table lop,
brue Mened ,
I L name 4 cane
e SELECTED FINISHES rerr bucked chairs with cushioned
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted e ALL WOOD BEDROOM GROUPS -.. aublepedhlOl- -II.
to the Union County Time of. 4 end Arxre _
flee In writing and paid In advance %t I 888 style. C Mn.or 126
unless credit Is already established ONLY gIG VALUE! GIllY'
with this office hard
.Nnxer b : ,tlorl SAVE 1/2/ OFF!
ARM CHAIR Sued on Our fatty Low Piece
Sevkxjs Amour Bed on Our Dilly Low Piece Price
Classified deadline I I. MONDAY, S M_ OR 64" PORTABLE COLOR TV
4 Auto aoIor.troI.a W-conlrest picture
P.M., prior to Thursday publication. Solid..i t'el."...
Minimum charge I I. 15 word for$3.30, GREAT SAVINGS!
then 15 cent for each word thereaft.r.MISCELLANEOUS et $186


FOUND-PONY call and Idenlfy. call COLOR (nokidee MVqueen size !
"496-1068.1tpd.1/l| 154
e FAMOUS BRAND NAMES heedtoerd. dresser wtlh


Fenced In Call I 94 -
yard country. $478 FAMOUS BRAND NAMES
"496-3939: day, |2/14tfn" SAVE 222 D.iia en OurEverytey tew Price e SOME MODELS WITH HL'I$146
acre*. Newly carpeted. Owner financing :
for qualified buyer with small
downpoyment. Call after 9 p.m.. SOME ITEMS MAY, NOT BE AVAILABLE IN ALL STORES+ -.
431-1714, or anytime and leavemesage.
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