Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
January 7, 1988
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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ram iHPain the upper SO's. and 20 mph east-winds. '
A '' warmer Friday with skies and low ;
cloudy temperatures SECTION II 10 Peg.s
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'Worth-.'. 9gtingCancelled. City Council Again Balks on Filling Vacant Commission Seat' 'I'Iby

Buster Rahn Orian Wells has agreed to accept an 'agenda and advertised prior to making Councilman Vernon Silcox then said the best way to fill the postion is

BCT Staff Writer appointment to the commission, filling an appointment." took the floor to say"I'm trying not to pass a resolution, advertise and
Balking again at filling the unexpired the unexpired term. Biggs then \ Attorney Christopher supported to discuss the subject. If we get an hold a special election as provided in
.,. term of former commissioner made a motion -to appoint Wells to Mayor Woods by saying,'."You needa \\adverse ruling (on the NAACP suit)", the charter. However, the commissioners -
the Band Boosters meeting, Jimmy Crosby, whose resignation the unexpired term. resolution to either appoint or hold \ I'm going to try to change the structure -'' are given discretionary'
'scheduled for today (Thursday was effective more than two months Wells, who owns a local an election.,". of the city government. We need'to authority to fill the vacancy, or
Jan. 7) has been cancelled. ago October :n.'1981, city commIs- automobile dealership, 1 la a' retired Woods said .t'ln my 'opinion, If we run it like a business. leave it unfilled, said Ms, ,S
sioners talked at length, but took no certified, public accountant, and need to replace the commissioner I ,Silcox continued by saying the city Christopher.
Pecan,Auction.. action in filling the vacancy; former college instructor. Wells said feel we should hold an election It we 'may need an elective mayor or"so According to CommissionerCharles
Crosby submitted/: resignation can't get along without a commissioner the the election can
he is offering himself as a public sfer-, meone to run city, indicating a Schaefer
A,second pecan auction is set to. August 24 in a city workshop, giving vant to assist the city for the next 9 then call an election I'd city manager type of government as legally be held March 15, filling the I
day (ThursdayJan.7)atthe ''the council mare than two months months.*"!! appointed. I will not run rattier wait on the June 13 lawsuit 'a' possibility. Silcox then gave a vacancy some three months prior to)
Starke State Farmers Market on'US301 notice before the effective date, thus', for the office next year," Wells,told hearing. before appointing or' electing short history of the city government,' qualifying dates in July. Biggs
north.Weighin the commission has now had more'than the commission. a commissioner." saying the residents voted for the withdrew his motion.
will be 8 a.m. to noon1.Nuts : four months to ponder the question \ Mayor Woods made reference to mayor-commissioner structure' 'Scnaeler at an earlier' meeting
., should be in serviceable bags; Before calling for a second to the' the'pending suit brought: by NAACPto several years ago. moved to, appoint Ed Wall, a
plastic garbage bags not allowed.. In the Tuesday night >meeting Biggs motion Mayor Travis Woods force the city into single member'' Attorney Christopher'' referred to, previous city commission candidate,
The, auctkm begins at 1 p.m. Commissioner' Bobby, Biggs ,said, said,,'rhe item: ,must be put on the district voting. Chapter,: 12 of the city charter and but that died for lack of a second.
About is.ofrrpounds((( or nuts were''
sqld at the first auction. Seedlings
brought 35.40 cents pound Stuarts. ', 'h t" t- '
Starke Initiates '
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will install officers for 1988 this, (' ,\,' by Buster Rahn were funded without .bond. is
Saturday, Jan. 9. .. ; BCT Staff Writer utilizing:; cash on hand.
It will be an open installation' ... ''r ; .. ;, The Starke city council approved
with families end-friends. the'', first reading of an ordinance' |Nitty Gritty...,

,covered dish dinner is planned at 6 'Tuesday, Jan 5., providing for a $4 While the ordinance provides ]
p.m. with the Lodge furnishing the. million bond issue to renovate ex-
city with authority to borrow upX> $4
meat: isting and construct new water and
'million BH&R engineerCarySned-
sewer lines in the and build two
city, .
don estimates the cost of construe1'tion
Class of 1938..., 'new water 'plants. at $3.6 million: : ''JUsing.

The Class of 1938 '/Bradford 1 lea: at' It wilt be an increase in city utility thel'(estimated cost, and
High/ School will meet at noon Mon. frir ( bills of some $10'per month, or less, distributing repayment over :2V f: ''

day/'Jan 11?at the Western Steer 'according to estimates., years to the 2,277 water customers'and

' plan its,50th reunion: ..Attorney Darla Oftqstopher, who' 1,880 sewer' customers, each

Legis Hearing.,. i;, ,read the ordinance byHiye, as required -, 'resident' is looking 'at $14-$15' per.'
increase in utilities
was'filling in for-Caty Attorney
'The public (is invited to address Terence Brown, whosi arrival '. However, Clerk Neil Tudker offer
the local state legislative delega- due to a zoning meeting inojay red good news to the councils and
tion at 1 p.m. Monday. Jan. 11; in County Two readings are necessaryby ,'Starke residents. By utilizing city
.the county commission meeting law, before room in the Bradford County cour'. issue ordinance can receive final ap' ,,ing accounts the city can reduce the
thouse. New'' Street proval. The final reading of the ordinance bond issue to approximately;', ; I
Sen. Wayne Hollmgsworth, is set Jan, 19, the council's reducing the monthly payment by cl-r

D-Lake City, Rep. George Crady, next.regularly scheduled meeting.,, ,ty residents to$10 per month or less:
D.Yulee, and Rep. Chance Irvine-,- I
,,K-Orange Park are aU scheduled to, .Night When the work is completed, some, In 'order to realize the'33 percent
,attend three years from now, the city's in. reduction, the city plans to lay water

Citizens. : and public officials are W.*. r.t ,frastructure, water, sewer and electric -' and sewer lines with city personnel-
urged to attend and express their 1 The city's 'new' street lights at evening, looking south'on Thompson systems will be in good shape In-' stretching out that phase of the prop
Concerns involving state govern. Street from City Hall shine brightly showing up'the'notyetcompleteddowntown to the late 1930's according to 'Ject over a three year period, meanwhile -
,rnent. Close contact with the Starke revitalization project. Neil Tucker. earning interest' on invested
district enables state legislators to, While the street scene currently looks like'a war-torn European city funds and saving an estimated 25
For the
''do a1' better,job for everyone the the brightly shining lights provide excellent visibility in the downtownarea commissioners past have been months working city percent from the cost of contracting' ,
legislators maintain: ;i' during nighttime hours.The downtown streets will look much better ,,with the Bessent the project.By .
firm :
engineering ,
when renovation is complete, but the January completion date for the lowering the total amount borrowed
Hammack and RuCkman Inc.
Free'Meeting... project will likely be delayed, Engint"er.Jim Robinson told city council, ,
(BH&R),in making a study of the city's cost of preparing the,. bond'issue
of Tuesday night Jan. 1 5. needs and for additional and amount of reserves will be M
Free' drafting plans
A'meeting the Drug In addressing the council, Robinson at right, said the Florida Department the amount to,
School Program is set at 7IS: p.m. utility lines,'and repairs to. less further reducing ,
of Transportation (DOT> has been delayed in awarding its contractfor
Tuesday, Jan. 12, in the' Starke renovating the Intersection of Walnut and Call Streets, which must be existing lines, be Commissioner borrowed., Vernon, Silcox said,

Elementary cafeteria. completed before Columbia Paving Co. can get on with its work paving ....+a 'Anticipating growth in' both the 'This' commission has the city in the
Warner Vote.. downtown streets. DOT expects the contractor to complete the Intersection northern area and the south end of best (financial condition it has ever-
Pop '* work in 39 calendar days but he is entitled lit 17 additional days if re the city commissioners began more been in. We vote for.what. is. best,for
Atrophy presentation and electum -' quested.Paperwork is in the mail and construction' is scheduled to'begin, than a, year ago,,,to'' extend high the City,"
of officers for the Pop Warner; within a few days Robinson said. ,, voltage, electrical feeder lines in '
Football Association is set at 6 p.m :The delay will provide justification for Columbia Paving to ask for an both directions. The north end of the Clerk Tucker expressed his'con'cern *-'
Saturday, Jan.,16, in the new National -, extension of time, since Columbia Paving Co. must tie Into the four sides new line is complete. A $175,000 con., for residents having an increase -
Guard. armory on Edwards. 'of the intersection after DOT'S contractor has flninshed his job.' k tract to build the south line, running in water and sewer rates, and
i, The deadline is 28. A for PlanCom;grant initiated plans for reducing the bond
.Road grant February spokesman Engln.*r Jim Robinson through the industrial park and on to
administrator; said he doesn't know.what will happen if the project isn't the KOA Campground area was let' issue as low, as possible. to. reduce,
BUS,Alumni... ''Adr.... City Council ,several weeks with those rates,
.complete by that time. ago, construcyv! //0/1/4

A meeting of the Alumni'Association -' .'

at Bradford.6:30:of Bradford p.m.Mon Famtl,, /High Restaurants ay;Jan School, 18,is in set the Iai'ford.'Wants f' : State's 'Hazardous! : 'Waste :Plant I

The public is invited.. not'. (yet,, prison property at .' ,& '''review of its'land'use,\ collect air''
Raiford Mayor ib. GriffIS:back-' 'Guard would not be opposed to a' Lake .'(Actual'' location Reception and drill wells to collect-
Medical Center/southeast. of Lake samples,
treatment facilityon 'selected.i' .
'hazardous waste
ed by unanimous$support of the town 'soil groundwater samples:They,
the property,as long as it did not 4j Florida State Prison (FSP) on y"Butler off SR-121.
Council, has, launched an all-out ef- '- will also assess the risk factor In?
Bradford The five sites all on
Ministry'Mov'ie in. top-ranked ,
Youth interfere with military training ac state-owned property
fort to annex 200 acres of State volved for each site. Other factors
location possibly in thewooded state-owned property were narrow-
The First United) Methodist Youth the Prison 1 choice currently for Florida's ranked hazardous as-, tivities.Reaction of Bradford. County Com- County' area near Training Building ed down from 10,200 sites reviewedlast .such as density.of. population,.and

,Ministry is sponsoring a lMi-2 hour, waste treatment missioners was non-commital when site, '. month., Officials plan to( now Hazardous..p.3A; )
.movie of the life of Christ at the Griffis .says he center" went?, to', consulting/ engineer Bob Faxon of' 5. Union' County :state-owned visit each site, for, -'an .intensive, :;<, .

Fellowship Ha IL Donations will be Tallahassee to protest placmg'the'' the"" Ormond Beach firm Bnley,

$2 each, showtimes are Friday', Union County site on the list of possi'ble ', Wilk & Associates met Monday with
''Jan. 81p.m'and Sa,.Jan. 9, 'l '
locations for a hazardous waste 'the board to discuss the site selection .

fad hty,,- but came,away convincedthat ,process. ,After the meeting- \ Sites under consideration for a
p.m.Meals, for Seniors..., it would be a good thing for the Commission'' Chairman Lawrence '
'Raiford community in the creationof Mosley said the board was not well hazardous waste treatment facility
i Bradford residents 60 years of jobs, Improvement of highways, enough informed on all aspects of .
i age and older may be eligible to and possible monetary benefits. the operation to make. a judgment. at

receive a meal at no cost from the So far, Raiford is the only govern4 4 i this time. ;"
Waters ask
Suwannee River Economic Council mental. unit actually seeklOg' the'- Commissioner Wilbur
, (SRECJt at 134 E. South Street, facility that will handle an estimated ed if Faxon would want the hazard ,
' Starke. 100.000 tons of waste annually from dous waste site close to' his home. Dwat ., "
SREC serves a nutritionally the entire State of Florida, "Since! Faxon replied, that he .would not RAIFORD
balanced meal Monday through the treatment plant will be under the mind, since he is an engineer and
Friday, except holidays. For more supervision of DER iDepartment of realizes the ramifications of the prOo'ject. nionCa
information, call 9647894. Environmental Regulation), there but he would be "very concern- ECamp landing
ed" that no corners cut in con-'
should be no danger involved to the fire
host community," Gnffis says; structmg and maintaining the facility .- Brddf 3

Upcoming... Objections Voiced' ., +,1. Union County (Union Clay '
When asked if he felt the ,
scheduled in thr. presentair '
meetings Correctional Institution
Public )
Spokesmen for other top-five locations quality could be maintained with
coming weeks are: on the tentative list now being the plant in operation, Faxon said 2.DeSoto County ,
Chamber of Commerce Boardof reviewed by DER are not so sure of that with today's technology it is 3. Clay County (Camp
12:15 Today
Govenors! p.m. safety factors. possible to burn the waste without Blanding Miltary'Reservation
(Thursday. Jan. 7), SFCC,Conference Prison in ) ,
, 'A site at Florida State air pollution- "no corners are
Room. Bradford County was No. 4 on the cut.' 4.Bradford County
Council Tuesday Jan.
It :
-Brooder hall in Brooker. tentative list, but SuperintendentTom Not a Waste Dump... (Florida State
7:30p.nvCity '
'l Barton said "We don't want it Prison I'
Hampton Council:hall Tuesday in Ham, as No:.4. We don't want any part of Faxon emphasized that the facility 5.'Union&u"tyPrison
Jan. 12,7 p.m.. City i it./*- 'would be a hazardous waste ( Reception and '
''I ton. Barton based his the transfer, station-i not ''a dump.
opposition on
Starke commissioners\ will meet fear of what could happen in case of Nothing would be buried in the sou, Medical 1 Center) (Florida Time* Union Map)

Tuesday Jan. 12, in a special accident at the treatment site and as in a landfill operation, he said He
meeting to discuss personnel mat-- explained that the waste material
ters.'7:30 p.m., in City hall., the possibility of' including 1100- maximum 285 on would be temporarily stored in Q L
The Bradford School Board: security prisoners drums and shipped to the selectedsite
Monday,Jan. 18, 7 p.m. in the death row,having to be evacuated.,:,, where it would be chemically

school Administration board meeting Building room across in the.. was Baker listed County in the,top which five at of ellminat one potential time neutralized resulting ash before would incineration.then be packaged The- Not Guilty Plea Entered in _Zoning Case at Kingsley .

sites but has now been :
School N.
Bradford High on to out-of-state
''Temple from Ave. in Starke. .' ,was also unreceptive, .Baker Com- shipped in an Alabama 'Gene Shaw. Starke attorney'has .TShaw is charged.with violating Charles Pleas-; Clay County code
missioner Cliff Barton said, "Most .location, possibly or Clay County zoning ordinances enforcement officer said the
Starke Commission:'Tuesday. South Carolina filed a written plea of not guilty to a by ;
Jan. 19,7:30: pro. Commission of it (hazardous waste) will come Faxon identified the five top.ranked charge of zoning violations at moving a mobile home, without permit 'grandfathered-in mobile! home Is immaterial -
roorrvf'CVty Hall on Thompson *from Dade, Duval and other big sites follows KIngsley Lake. Shaw filed his plea onto an RB zoned (Single Faml to the case and cannot be<
meeting Street. counties. I feel if they leave their' 1. Union as County' on: LICK land by writ and did not appear In persona ly Residential) lot at Fire' Lane. 13, used to Justify moving additional
they can their KinRslev !**- mobile homes onto the site..
Bradford County Commission: taxes there keep bordering SR-121 at Ella bee curve his arraignment Tuesday Dec.' .
damn hazardous waste 90, in Clay County court. Shaw maintains 'the- ordinancedoes
On zoning matters, plus other mid- about two miles north of Raiford. "*
month business. Wednesday Jan. National Guard (!eadionAt /., ::a DeS to Correctional Institute A pre-trial bearing was set for not apply to his lot because a '"Property, "on the ,west'side of

20, 8 p.m.Commission meeting, Camp Blanding.Tanked No. 3 property in DeSoto County northeast Monday,Feb., at which time Shaw mobile home used by a previous Kingsley Lake was rezoned RB in '
room, courthouse on. N.,Temple 'on the top five list Lt. CoL-John of Lake Okeechobee. has the option of changing his plea to owner, was already on the 40-foot lot the early 1970s to prevent additional ',
A.VfO. in Starke. Bridges, Quartermaster for the 3. State Armory Board property at guilty, or having the case tried by' at the time he purchased it, making mobile homes from being placed in

.rt rtn' "lfa/ "sMengl,$ Cuard'felt: the Camp Blanding east of Kingsley Jury in Clay County court.. it a "non-conforming" lot.,. ,,. the area.

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I. Rosier New "' I"

LawteV- Mayor.., (Y

by Buster Rahn selected as mayor pro-tern by the remaining the request at this time, but will I hear
BCT; Staff Writer four, commissioners, and the request later. ,
Marvin Rosier, veteran Lawtey Immediately called for the electionof Mayor Rosier then addressed the
councilman and mayor, was elected a mayor. assembly, saying, "Lawtey has
by'his peers Monday Jan 4, to be Bennett nominated Rosier for the ;received bad publicity lately but
the mayor of Lawtey for the coming mayor's position, and lie was elected. 1 we're going to put that behind us and
year. by a 4-0 vote. ,get along together' -4 1!
Mayor Rosier unseated former Mayor Rosier appointed Ms. Harris ,
councilman Willie Strong in the to chair the Finance Committee, Police Matters.., \' )
'December ''election, after having 'and Crouse to the Water Department Charles SUIvey, owner of the' : _
been off the council for two years, Committee Commissary Store in Lawtey com-
Councilmen' Bill Crouse and When Mayor Rosier asked Bennettto plained about the lack of police protection
Buster Bennett, Clerk Queen RobinSon chair the Streets' Department stating that his store. has'
l land Chief of Police M.M. Jordan .Committee Bennett agreed, but been burglarized again. CI
were also sworn in, having ,been Bright objected'" to the appointment Stalvey asked the council to hire I,., -
'elected or re-elected in the, same saying, can do better. additional police saying that eight
election, in the reorganization of the Mayor Rosier ''withdrew the appointment police are needed to properly patrolthe kr
t awtey Commission. Saying he .will, fill the town. Stalvey said each police r
position at a later date. could write $5,000 In'' tickets,. cats .
Councilman Bill Crouse unseated, Mayor Rosier asked' Bright' ,to ching traffic violators. -
26 year veteran council member and chair' the Sanitation Department Lawtey has 3 officers, with Doug Lawtey Officials Take Oath of Office...
mayor Robert Scott. Committee, but Bright refused say-' ''Reese being most recently hired at
Clerk i Queen Robinson who was ing he wanted to be Streets Depart approximately $14,000 per year, Chief of Police M.M. Jordan administer oach of office to Lawtey officials l-rl) councilman It.W. I
filling the unexpired term of former ment 'chairman. Mayor Rosier Reese has made application for I Buster) Bennett councilman Bill Crouse.clerk Queen Robinson and councilman Marvin Rosier. Clerk
clerk ,Alphonso Anderson as an appointee delayed the appointment until later, employment elsewhere, because of Robinson then admlnster the oath to Chief Jordan Rosier was unanimously"... elected mayor for 1988 by
ran for, and was elected leaving the two positions open for the low starting salary. ,the council.
:unopposed to the clerk the time being. Chief Jordan asked the council to
city position.
provide 24 hour the Barry Watts, who' reads water Chief Jordan..
during ;
Chief Jordan and Councilman Attorney Johnny Hobbs was reappointed re-hire Charles Carter at $7 per coverage *
.Bennett ran unopposed, .and succeeded as city attorney, and Bud hour. Carter, sitting in the audience week-ends, when most of the problems meters and works in the Water Chief Jordan'made a plea to all
themselves in office.Council' Barber was re-appointed to his job agreed to the salary, and was hiredon I occur. Department, explained some of the residents of Lawtey tq contact him'
members' Laura, Harris' with the Sanitation Department. the spot. Jordan said Carter had problems he has to contend with,' first with complamts concerning the
Barry Watts 'petitioned the commissioners Water Department... saying some meters are underwater'at Police Department.
and Emmett Bright are hold- 1Vers. been a good officer when he formely ,
whose terms will expire a year from to purchase a new fire worked for the Police Department. The Water Department came into times, some malfunction, and If he cannot resolve the complaint,
now. truck and was told! by Mayor Rosier' Lawtey now has four police of- its share of criticism, by the new Some are fogged up. Watts is replacIng then the resident is free to take the
Commissioner ,Rosier! ,wasl I ,the council is not prepared to discuss ficers, and Chief Jordan says he can mayor, who said complaints about and,installing meters as rapidlyas problem to the city council. ,
the Water Department were most possible, working. part time for Mayor Rosier supported Chief Jordan -.
J prevalent during the election cam- 'the city. saying the Chief is head of his
'' paign.Mayor. Watt has completed his course' department, and should have the op-
. :Mayor Scott Leaves after' ,26,Years' of Serviceby Rosier exhibited his water' 'work and expects to take examjna- portunity to resolve problems. before'
!tions in for his "D" license as
bills for November and December April a coming to the council,
Ter-, relatedthat with no charges shown,saying water, water technician. He hopes to, ,, ,
Buster Rahn' 'unable to get an estimate from not speak to him. Robinson bills inaccurate and not mailedin receive his "C",license some three -
BCT Staff Writer willegar Motors, but he does have a she will not even call him to the are months later.'
'Veteran MayorCommissionerRobert ''bid from a local independent garage. phone.Council. a timely manner.
Carl Griffis Garage in Lawtey offered -' members Emmett Bright FLA.TWIN THEATRE
Scott called the council
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meeting to order for the last time' to install a rebuilt transmis- ''and Laura Harris took Clerk Robin- 111 .,. .r..r .e Starke 9.64-5451'
Monday, Jan. 4, after having servedon sion in the car for $450, and include a son to task for her attitude and said .B
the council 26 years, without ever 12 month or 12,000 mile warranty.The city employees must maintain civil --.' Open Every Night .
having missed a regularly. scheduled council authorized Chief Jordan relationships, regardless of personal ANNOUNCING: : '
meeting. to have the work done by Griffis.ClerJr.s feelings. Ms. Harris said both persons ,) 4Y i '
Mayor Scott 'expressed his should act "professionally 'In Tracy'sCLASSIC : fi2O: SPECIAL /.
pleasure in having worked with the Complaint:.. attending city business, and leave
& Sun 5:00 show
council membersand said it is his In the December council meeting small talk out of the conversation. k CUTS : I Sat : |
intention to run again, when the opportunity -,, Clerk Queen Robinson filed a com Bright attempted to get the councilto L_JPsda Show!:! : __j -
presents itself. plaint against Danny (Lit) Phillips, meet Tuesday morning, Jan 5, (Formerly Gina'i) .... I ;
,Scott will be eligible to run for a crew chief forthe Streets Depart- with both antagonists but some : Starts Friday, Jan.-- 8 ,
'Seat next December against either ment. were'unable to commit themselves .
council'' member, Laura Harris' or The complaint quoted a conversation ,.to the meeting.. Offering : STEVE ,JOHN
Emmett Bright,'since their terms between Phillips and Robinson, ,,.
and candidates "at which, offered to Goodbye, Mr. Scott... MARliN ,CANDY
'will expire; run in Phillips buy some :
large" in Lawteyj I blank ballots, prior to the city elec-' 'When 'it became obvious the 20% :OFF ';
Mayor .Scott ra _.through the .tion.The offer appeared to be made' business ,meeting was over,. -. -- PLANES TRAINS.and
i regular routine of city gusmess,call-< in jest, rather than a serious attemptto 'Councilman-elect Marvin Rosier }! first visit with this ad, : -
,ing on each of department' affect the outcome of the election. arose :and spoke warmly about AUTOMOBILES I H
i chairmen for reports:Each reported The council read the complaint'' Mayor Scott's devotion to the city L .
"No,problem. ,'* as the roll was call-' [and resolved to have Phillips attend and the 26 years he has served. He 486 N.Temple Ave ': Screen: II
''ed. the January meeting for further led the group in a rousing round of Suite A
One' one ,item ''of business was 'discussion.' However, Phillips was applause for the popular outgoing Starke : CHER 'DENNIS QUAID
'discussed and resolved.C_ -< not formaly notified to attend the mayor. 9646777
At an earlier meeting, Chief JorV, 'meeting, and did not do so. Mayor Scott after stepping down, ..
dan had reported a malfunctioning ,Clerk Robinson revealed the situation did not stay for the remainder of the Moore : 1/29/88 SUSPECTiVTT
transmission in one of the police between tier,,>'and Phillips has council meeting to see Incoming I Tracy . . .exp.. . .4
cars. The council had instructed deteriorated to the point that she will Mayor Marvin Rosier.take over. [
Chief Jordan to get an estimate from
-wkj local Ford dealer, and report,
bac>to the council. :','''dan reported he has been I '

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I Mosley -electe'd I. tp Head Commission. -; Green 'New County Attorney I

District 1 Commissioner' every three or four years.. '

Lawrence Mosley was re-elected The board immediately appointed seconded and Chairman, Lawrence chairman carries no committee missioner in charge of the I. Road"
chairman of the County Commission attorney R.A. (Buzzy) Green on a, Mosley voted with them assignments. Dept. has only that assignment.
In a uninanimoua vote Monday,Jan. motion, by Commissioner Maxie,
Commissioner E.L.. (Nook) Nor Commissioner Joe Riddick communications ,
4, the
as board ,only/ slightly Carter Jr. Green will be paid $600 f
11 11i mental
tor man health health, cour- mosquito control, zoning ,
reorganized 1988. 'per month for the first 10 hours of Committee Assignments: thouse; library.Commissioner. and garbage.Commissioner. > "
"I move we 'leave things where {i r work and$75 per hour after that.The The board ,members' current Maxie Carter Jr.:. Wilbur' Waters:

they stand," said Commissioner board had been paying $500' per assignments are: the Road Department, consideredthe fire, rescue, recreation. ,civil'
Wilbur Waters, who pointed out month and $50 per hour. ,Chairman Lawrence Moslev.: The toughest assignment Th. <,. .' defense, and finance. '

commissioners are working on on- Atty. Green's appointment ame-

going' projects, such as Commissioner ''on a 3-2 vote, Commissioners Waters Deadline Set Friday for Chamber : ,
Joe Riddick on the solid waste ar and Riddick opposing. Waters madeit anquetTlckets I
project. Riddick !seconded the mo- clear he does not oppose atty.
tion. Green but voted that way becausethe The annual banquet of the Starke- Tickets are being sold at ''the Washington, Miss Liberty, or' Ben-
board did not follow the recommendation Bradford County Chamber of Com- ,Chamber office and by direct t con- jamin Franklin .
All current department heads of Clerk Gib Brown, who merce is set Jan. 23 at the new armory tact with the Chamber staff
were reappointed, such as zoning consulted with atty. Flynn and CPA in Camp Blanding. Featured speaker scheduled is C ofC, Awards...
and solid waste director Darrell Pat Fairoworth,to ask for proposals Deadline for reserving tickets is Poke McHenry, who is expected to Winners of the Chamber's annual
O'Neal and custodian Herbert Nor from I local attorneys. Riddick said this Friday Jan. 8. Banquet coordinator poke a little fun at himself and tell of citizenship, humanitarian, and
man.Major he did lot oppose Green but thought Carolyn Autry says it is imperative his experiences hunting and fishing. students of the year awards will be
change is putting Commissioner the T |* fazy l llSue !should ,be that reservations be made Poke whose real name is Vic named at the banquet.Nominations .
Maxie Carter Jr. back in negotiated.clerk by that date so plans can be made Smith, is a well known columnist for \ are needed .for
charge of the Road Department. He jo for the banquet.Social the Florida Times-Union. citizen of the year humanitarian,
and Commissioner Waters simply "Brown and atty. Flynn hour is from 6:30-7:30: :: p m. Another highlight of the banquetwill and two students of the year, one for
Switched assignments 'checked to see if the county commission The banquet is at 7:30: p.m. The be a bicenntenial celebration of ''BHS and one for SFCC Starke comes under the state's Ad- ,menu Is steak, baked potato, and the Constitution by members of the Center. Nominations are needed in
Attorney Change.., I ministrative Procedures Act in mak salad, says Ms Autry. The program National Guard unit at Camp Blan- writing and may be submitted to the
Only other change Is in the county ing appointments, such as the at- will begin at 8:45: p.m. dmg. Guests will be greeted at the Chamber office on the corner of
attorney, .", torney.Flynn said the commissionerdoes For reservations call the door by Guardsmen in period Madison and Walnut Streets In
Reggie Flynn resigned as county not, that they were looking for Chamber 9M-S278. costumes, surh 'III' George!: Starke.

attorney. Flynn expressed appreciation MosUy something"1f it's legal that isn't and there.the board wiU Senior Citizens to Meet at Rem creation Center In Starke
for being allowed to serve as .
county attorney, He also told the a. El.c.d Chairman support"it, I move we appoint Buzzy The Bradford County Senior tion Center Tuesday, Jan 12, from Center. '
commission that in his opinion, the Green, said Commissioner Carter Citizens will hold their January 10 a,m. to 2:30: p.m., says Beverly Due to the fire at the Senior Center 'I
,county attorney should be rotated E.L (Nook) Norman ,meeting at the Pratt Street Recrea-, ,McGee, director of the Senior ,on Georgia Avenue last December! 7, "

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zoning classifications will also be ,: "
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Faxon said the proposed plant following purposes: ,', ;
would have the capacity to burn *The costs of collecting the tax '",
100,000 tons of hazardous waste an *Any local inspection costs Incur-: ,' :I'f'tl' : ,' ,.' ,
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nually. This is one-tenth of the total red by the local government to en- ( ','i1i ',o",
of sure that the facility is operated pursuant : ,,:,, .' .:
volume waste produced in the ; ..
to provisions of the act, and \ ,,', ''' ,:N ::
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most of its own waste. No medical any rule pursuant thereto. ,",," .. ,
wastes nor nuclear waste would be *Additional security costs incurred ,

processed at the plant, Faxon said. as a result of operating the facility 'I''! ', A real ':' ,,'!; ,; ". .

Raiford Starts Process... tion including, and police monitoring protection., fire protec- .' ", "

; Mayor Griffis said that Raifordhas Hazardous waste ,contingency'' .
already started the legal process planning implementation. :;', .. : ,
,*; for the UCI site into the I : : I;:,
annexing Road construction or repair costs '''; I : ,,
town of Raiford. The annexation
ordinance for public roads adjacent to ,and '
will be advertised starting within 1,000 feet of the facility.' "X'i,: "" ,.lilt l lr ;,'
this week and a public hearing on '*The primary host local government -' ,, h ) ''I"" ",,
the matter will be held at the coun- is- also responsible for i t :' )7"i? '. '\Jiji0, \ \
cil's next meeting,Tuesday, Jan. 19. regulating, controlling, administer-i .. ." r
It is planned to have the annexation ing and enforcing the. provisions,of "
ordinance ready for approval at that this section ((203.10). ::11 ',": '-lei'' ,.
time. '" ;'",I'\,
1" Griffis said that if Council adopts Affect on Highways..., """"to ''..." ,' ,
the ordinance the site can be annex' Mayor Griffis said it is his hope 'Ii,I'): "
ed if there are no objections from that if the plant is located on the UCI ,,," '"I.j I/A.)MI' '

any property owners in the area. site Highway 100 will be four-laned fir,
Secretary Richard Dugger, head for its entire length, connecting with '\ ;,'.'
of the Department of Corrections (.10 and 1-75 near Lake City, and ;,\ ,'I
''said Tuesday that DOC had not haJany follow its present route through \' I, .
Starke, Keystone Heights, and cheesyCheddar ., '
input into the,site selection pro- )l '
cess. KSo far as 1 know he said, Palatka, terminating at Bunnell ,',,1\11 :, '
''the DER has only identified certain'Vwhere it could connect with 1-95,pro- ,,!l "II".', ,,
large tracts of land they consider. viding a short route from the ,I .
suitable for theJareatme: IIIal!$ populous waste-intensive East
; r-Coast totiie hazardous site-in Union >I, ,or ",'
Uses of TaJt'1Fges 1 also likely ', \ ,f',4 '
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: Griffis said hd*was ingetenseeing : | be ?fourljjnedrom4, 1.15.. at \ .' I \\1
the hazardous waste plant Gainesville into the waste site north ', ur,; ..' 1il)
come to Union County because of the of Raiford, and on to HO west of !.. ',' ,,,,,/ ,,
'! jobs he understood would be createdin .Baldwin. "" "'(",.':.'.', ,'. ,,,,.! 'I
the area,and the improvements to "The Raiford site is. strategically, ,'' '; ,''J; ",'".. :,;! {!
access highways. He said that after located from a transportation standpoint "'.'r i', .' ":' "'
the plant is built the) corporation L ," Griffis said. "being just six ;,::, '., '; ':':/" ,' :
operating It would pay taxes to i miles from U.S. 301, 10 miles from ." .'t", ) ',.- I '
Union County since Raiford does not: SR-100, 12 miles from MO, and 25 \ : .', tii'l'' '
levy ad valorem taxes. He said miles from 175." ,. ,,; I'(M")
,: however, that the town might; Cost of the proposed plant has ) I\?
receive some monetary benefit from i been variously estimated at from $30 /, \t'I'," L..W, .ii-! ...,\ :!
the three percent tax that is levied I million to $80 million Griffis says.It \ ,",.', '''\'I'iI, )
I 'on gross receipts from fees paid by must be completed within three 'I,111\ 'f Y\//,. .. I' ,
: I I users of the treatment plant. This i years from starting date. :' ..t" t.-' ," i: : \ :," (;: ,\ ..
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The 20 members of Boy : .Jt : ,;'
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.I Poet 625 sponsored by BradFord -' .in North Carolina ," l<" )-!.' \\\'I ,I', ,,, ,:".''", '
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return to the Sea Base i/
fund a trip :
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of Bradford County.' where they will spend a week aboardan ,:!:;:, .,, .1/(

1 The Explorers, 20 in all, were Involved 85-foot sailing yacht. The Ex- ,'. '""t/.' /. i'r" S:"
service/. plorers will serve as the crew and ,' '. ojf sl; i !), '
in this community r .f.\\;;'\+i '
,fund raising project for the second spend the week swimming, snorkel- \ ,&1 ,"
Ing and sailing the entire length of "I"i)" ,' '," 1 ,
straight Post 625 Explorershave i iu I )
year. :
the Fort Jefferson with i ',:\ :' : : t
found this project to be an enjoyable keys to ,' a' ', '", : ,,. ,
and shopping; stop in Key_ West. ". r.// u ty .p ':!
experience a good wayl.tO : ii' ; ;:' i, w. Nrt N'
earn funds .for .their many, ac: ,,'(}:,:.f,1/i(, '\
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During 1987 the group spent a, and surrounding area phone book, ,: ,);! a'xc 'i ,:;\.
I ;week sailing at,the Boy Scout High I I phone!964} 235 to have one delivered.!i :. 4 ,1',1.; ',

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I f : WKatAre Growers' Alternatives?:'
SfraujbersWarariiJ'a:: 'Cash Crop; ( \ ,
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1nt 75th: Anniversary issue 34. years once cash crop in
ago, The" Telegraph asked the question: Gone Bradford County, have dwindled to where get around S7 to show a profit.
'.fttcf'n11111/: !,Farmer., is he a victim of our Cotton ., the four or five remaining growers have, Blueberries are 'being suggested by
changing economy? planted less and less each season.Competition some State agriculture agencies as a promising ?
.. for this area of Florida,
4t new crop
Throe! cades later the answer seems >j -
j ;:"'>, : ,," ,\ from the Plant City and might possibly be considered as an
of,vtods! I' The day strawberries in Bradford
I alternative to
acreage has from in
known by our parents'! and grandparents is grown 1,200
fading fas(, ; ." 1983 to a total of near 8,000 at present is County. However farmers getting startedin
the main factor in the decline here. Wil-h blueberry production must be preparedfor
First t it, was the loss of thousands of their large volume of fruit, which comes on a three-year time lag between making
citrus trees .in a'' disastrous series of the market several weeks before this area,. their initial investment,' and harvesting
freezes between 1895 and 1900 putting hun Plant City growers can make money at $4 their: first crop of blueberries.
dreds'of citrus growers out of business in
'1 ra<,lord,County and all North Florida. ,

Next *as the decline of Sea Island cotton
u$' & main\ source of farm revenue, due to '
the ravages of the hungry boll weevil. In
,1916, it (cotton' gins were still operating in' ..' I"r Funds, and Artifacts 'Needed ,
the county. They processed 3,500 bales of ,
long. staple cotton, worth approximately ,
540(1( ,(000 for lint, and $60,000 for seed. But '
'by the end of the 1930s cotton growers had For ,New Florida Ag i'
given up the ghost.The boll weevil was yic- "

Strawberries have been grown commercially Plans have been unveiled by Commis-1' the types ,of crops produced in Florida '
in Bradford County since the 1870s sinner of Agriculture Doyle Conner for the have changed over the years. Among the
and were relied on\ more and more as a construction of a Florida Agricultural museum's current holdings are a herd pf:
cash crop to make up for the loss of ,, .' ,'d"\ Museum on a 110-acre site adjacent to the native cattle some native'ponies and 4 I
oranges nnd ,cotton, At the peak of the :" Department of Agriculture Administration' 100-year-old sawmill locomotive. I
berry industry here, it was not unusual for, Building and Laboratory Complex in
!..5UO acres to be planted in the Starke and Tallahassee. \I I

'Lawtey areas, and a season's receipts Berries'Going, "
have brought in as much as threequartersof "The $14 million project will establish a s
A million dollars At the height of the 'cultural institution designed to preserve
'Bari'esting season as many as 20 carloadsof Florida's rich agricultural heritage"
berries rolled' from the Starke and retire; no young growers are likely to come Commissioner Conner said. Exhibits will
Uiwtey} platforms in a 24-hour/ period,. along to take their place. be designed to preserve Flotlda's rich

But the decline in berry production In a few more years, it Is likely that only,' agricultural heritage dating back. to 'the
started during the World War II period of ; garden patches for household use will remain time of Spanish occupation. j
Camp Blandmg construction when many to remind us of the proud reputationthat
growers were wooed away from their Bradford County enjoyed for over a The roots of agriculture In Florida run*
berry fields by'high wages being paid by' hundred years: the home of"the sweetest deep. With the settlement of St.Augustinein
:contractors at Blandmg. In the meanwhile strawberries this side of heaven.'' the' 16th Century, some of the first seeds,
'the: cost of growing an acre of berries was sown' In America were on Florida soil. "Although the State will provide some
doubling and tripling, and it was harder to During\ the winter, a series'of workshopson "Agriculture today is the state's second funding for the museum -considerable
'hire labor' for the back-breaking Job oferryplckmg farm management alternatives is being largest industry," Conner said."However,, ,fund raising and artifact collections are
when easier and better pay- ; conducted across North Florida to help the effects of rapid growth are being felt, needed" Conner said. Anyone wishing to
tips/ jobs were available during the war. farmers evaluate if they should adopt different and we must be ever mindful of where we contribute funds or artifacts, such as old '
once types of farming or land manage- have been, where we are, and where we farm implements and tools, may contact
Where there were 50 or more
berry ment In Bradford County, most '
programs. are going in the future" Executive Director Rob Blount' Room'"One
growers in the county, today there are only, 'of the farming, however,is being done OB a 'Administration Building
half a dozen still growing berries commercially basis and does 'not consls 'of
Acreage has dwindled from the part-time Exhibits in the, museum will Tallahassee, Fl. 32399-1650\ or phone((904"
large of cotton ,
acreages corn soybeans 4874428. '* I'
methods >
peak of 1,500 to less than 50, Berry growers r tobacco, and other staples grown In-demonstrate how'farming and r. J
may, be classed among the "endangered \ rr Suwannee Gadsden. and other countries
species", and when""the ,(PWI, that are left "r ,northwest of here.. ;1 1I


: : etJironiAlS, ; ... :Democrats'to..Elect:Delegates: To ,National, Convention Soon t-I:

: Jewelle 'H, Brown chairman' of 'the and is already being targeted by be held on Saturday, March 26at 10 a.m.:'In'
.... Bradford Democratic Executive Committee Democratic presidential hopefuls as a major = Tallahassee to vote for delegates to the national -1 '.
"I'; ., has announced plans for battleground in vying for delegates. convention. All registered ,
'; :;:" Federal Political FundingFavors delegates to the 1988 Democratic National Florida will send a total of 146 delegatesand Democrats are encouraged to attend the
the 1988 convention
Convention in Atlanta, July 18-21. 45 alternates to caucus of their choice.The Bradford County -
? Democrats in Bradford County may par- Democrats interested in running for a
q: 'Those Who Need: Least, Florida's'presidential ''preference ticipate by voting for the presidential can-, district level delegate position must file
primary will be held on March 8.This dateis didate of theIr ,choice, in the March 8 between January 1 and February 26, 1988.
,r ---.... called "Super Tuesday" because 19 primary., The vote each presidential can- Qualifying forms and additional information -
other states will also hold events on the didate receives will determine the number regarding the delegate selection pro. ','J' '

,'VVe agree with guest' mmentatorh sent, system candidates are< forced to same day. Florida is the second largest' 'of delegates the candidate is entitled 'to cess may be obtained from Mrs. Brown,
state selecting delegates send to the convention. A cmwus will then P.O. Box 508 964-6399 Starke.Covnty'Agent's .
on Super Tuesday phone) ,
I on the McNeal-Lehr Hour: Tuesday spend mot.of their time attempting to .. j
'night.., <:A lot of people out thereare raise moneyvjnsteacl of devoting more .. -

wondering, why' the Government is pay' .time and energy tq discussing the issues Bobby'TayIarf \1

ing out all this money" to thE:, current with voters.who are anxiously awaiting Notebook'._ By >

;crop of Presidential candidates, 'The'process some answers

needs reform." Certainly it If the Government is going to assist "

needs something"' perhaps even' candidates with hard-earned taxpayers' you're like' most people you tend io, Water Quality Conference 'whether'you're an'elected or.appointed i

abolishment. money it seems to us that ,a fairer take for granted the things you need most. public official, educator,youth leader, or a'' .
The very Government now planning system would be to give each candidate Even something as important as water fits 22 focuses on filling information gaps for concerned citizen or volunteer. Before l

to .cut its' aid to the hungry ,anhomeless'and I an'equal amount It is illogical, under into that the category.faucets When whether we in Florida in our' effective water policy.John Wodraska executive -' Jan. IS, conference; including lunch on

students in need of loans the present system that those who needit turn business on, lawn or bathtubwe want director of the South Fla. Water 'Jan. 22,costs$40.After that the price goes \

to complete their education, has just least are' given the most financial ''enough good quality water coming out for Management District, will give the lun-, up to $50. For further information, contact

paid out $5.8 milion to sweeten the campaign -, help"'while those to need it most to stay ,all our needs without even thinking aboutit. panel cheon looks address toward, 'After the lunch future., a legislative' the Office of Conferences and Institutes
directly at IFAS building 639 University of
in the running are given the least. Some I
war chest of Vice President
Trouble .is,,Floridians can't really take Florida 32611, phone 3925930.don't '
George Bush who has already raised would-be candidates with a conscience water for granted anymore. In many 1 highly recommend'thls conference., ,

418.7 million by putting the arm on his but with moderate means are staying'out areas in fact it's all we can da to handlethe "

,wealthy friends to the tune of ltOOO. per: of ,the presidential sweepstakes growth not tb mention the water quality -
.f platefund; raisers.i because they do not want to run the risk problems growth can bring. Even in our,
of being defeated with a two or three area know firsthand about growth. The FORESTRY. jl
nearby area of Jacksonville is one of the .,
Senator'Bob'Dole: the second 'largest million dollar debt hanging over'their .J" ,
fastest growing areas in the nation, and, II bRADFORD
GOP fund-raiser IN COUNTY.Prescribed
with $14.2 million heads. Who knows how many potential it's experiencing water quality problems, ; .
from his' own efforts; received a bonus Lincolns or Jeffersons are being lost to too, as well as the wrangles that are in- r- ____ .. .

from,' the Governmental. ,handout, of the nation because they cannot over-:, evitable when people with sometimes con-
another,$4.2: million.' 'come the financial hurdles? flicting needs vie for a limited but vital ,
resource : Fire-' mean an arsonist) will tell you that,
Democrat candidates also fed at"the" Twenty-nine, million dollars was'handed anytime you let fire loose ia the woods/ it ; ,
: It's going to take a lot of effort to make The Why,and How of It, '
out in the latest unfair distribu- can be a hair-raising experience.So .
taxpayers' slusf trough, though not so sure that we have enough good water for ,
handsomely as 'the Republican front 'tion. Presumably every one who runs'' agriculture,' industries and other, major Prescribed fire is fire which should be if you own a woodlot and have been
''for theoffice of President is qualifiedand uses of our area here as well as our ,applied in a skillful manner, under the wondering about how to pass through it
runners. Governor Dukakis received a Should have' to : ''residents. Learning more about''water right conditions of weather in a definite without getting your clothes torn off. you
'$3.5 million bonus to go along with the ,equal rights 'any quality is the first step toward planning place with a specific purpose, to achieve may consider prescribed fire as a too A
$10.6 million already raised by himself governmental .largess that' is :workable solutions for everyone's future. beneficial results. It is also the second word of WARNING thoughfire is a
'and helpers. OtherDemocrats weren'tin distributed. How can an able candidatelike For that reason the Institute of Food most effective tool in preventing wildfire dangerous tool and the Division ef
Bruce Babbit who has collected only and Agricultural Sciences WAS) is sponsoring -' available to any landowner; the most ef-i; Forestry is available to assist you if you
the running in the financial fective is concerned and careful have doubts about 'your ability. Please
$1.7 million on his own, and received' a statewide water quality conference a public,
sweepstakes., Richard, Gephardt who remember, if you let a fire loose and it
on January 21 and 22 at the Holi-
from the Government 'Most of us realize that prescribed burn-
only $719,000 handout down
had collected'$4.4 million on his own day Inn West (I-75'and State Rd. 26) in .ing is used to reduce dangerous accumulations -., I burns your neighbors fine timber.,
was given another $1.7 million by Uncle, ; compete with the independently Gainesville, the conference aims at helping -, of fuels in a stand of trees, but few have your checkbook ill! 'ready because you'
Sam;'Senator Gore tallied $3.8 million wealthy George Bush,who already rais-' our decision-makers and other con- realize that other benefits can be derived just If bought assist _
we can you'please either
ed $18.7 million, and was given another cerned citizens become better informed from a regular burning program. Proper '
'and got another 1.6 million,.from the my office or 9645436.,'
about basic,water issues affecting each
$5.8 million in taxpayer money to lavishon burning will increase forage far wildlife
Washington 'grab ,bagj while 'Senator ,TV commercials and other PR ,and every person living in Florida. and cattle it can be used to prepare a ..
Paul Simon, who'd scraped up $3.7 propaganda Fourteen state regulatory and en' seedbed for national regeneration of pine, Order "
million rat fund raisers, ,received ?, vironmental agencies are helping cosponsor control certain diseases in pine open the : Seedlings Now!

another, $1.4 million in aid to needy can ,In passing, it should also be noted that the two-day event,which promisesto understory for easier access, which may' If you are planning on ordering seedlingsfrom
,dada tes. ? President Reagan who refused to con' be exciting. January 21, Gov. Bob Mar- increase the value of your timber, and im- the state nursery for'planting this
tines delivers the keynote address the of the stand by makIng '
'tribute to political financing by prove appearance winter, please do it soon.
Water Quality Issues and
"Emerging .
it into a condition.The
A few million here ''and a few million;! ,designating just $1 for this purpose from, Policies." Other panels, whose members more park-like Our nursery 'has approximately'' 10'
there soon adds up as the saying goes-" his federal income tax, has benefited by represent the major players in Florida's most common type of backs fire used into is the the million pines of various species"' still
'backing fire or one that
and there's' much much more to come, ,$90,426,000 in public campaign funds water policy arena will discuss Lake prevailing wind rather than running with available few to be ordered. This seems like,
quite a but
and seedlings our
This is just a pre-primary handout. The during his political J life.. Okeechobee the SWIM Jan. 22 panels objectives addressgroundwater it. This is a much slower moving fire and originally planted close to 50 million.nursery We I

post-primary give-away is yet to come. Does presidential political campaign management and water, therefore is easier to control. Certain began taking orders on July 1 and have

s'TV guest, commentator David financing need reform? At,, the very reuse:Another mid-morning panel on Jan., weather prescribed conditions fire to make are necessary control easier for and any had reserved over since 30 million then, 'trees' ordered ,and

Gurgin said reform is needed becausethe' least it needs to, be .given some i reduce damage to your desirable trees (or
This is the time of
present process of emphasis on semblance of fairness to all candidates '*'your neighbor's trees )?. getting late) when many year landowners(even though start it's'

dollars instead of issues is screening out With $24.-5 million already pocketed, Dr.'Odom Establishes :The general weather conditions desired some of our best presidential talent. Annual ''are: _. miles I otherwise non-productive land. If-you are
'candidate Bush will undoubtedly have Scholarship
'A North wind of four to ten
per considering planting a few acres: and are'
'"The candidate with money 'doesn'talways spent over;; $30 million in an attempt to, .For KITS SeniorDr. hour; interested in a little helphow about free
win," '\iGurgin erved"but buy' the presidency by the time Richard Odom of Starke has I From one-half to one inch of rain one to seedlings? '

the candidate )without, money always November rolls around,Such flagrant established the first major' scholarship ,three days before This year' we again have seedlings<
program for, graduates of Keystone ,Alr temperature of 20' to SO;
loses. Truer words available In Bradford
never spoken' County which IanI -
'political spending for election to,any office Heights High School to attend Santa Fe Relative humidity of 30-50% (conditionsare i downers can make use of for commercial
He also pointed out.that under the pre- is fiscally obscene. Community College at either the Starke ideal following a passing cold front for forestry planting. If you can- plant a.,.
t J >Center or the main campus in Gainesville. 1 to 3 days)., minimum of S acres (and own 10acres)the
Dr. Odom whose dental office is in '
Keystone ""A> good l frost prior to the fire Is also cost of the seedlings will be reimbursed to
Heights, the $800
'per helpful for a successful burn. Since we just you (they're free eventually).
endowment order
BRADFORD year perpetual in 'le) '
'CO*,* give a little back to the community"where had a frost and a cold-front conditions are Each ear funds and seedlings are
he has practiced dentistry since 1977- 'right for a successful burn. All that you donated from many interested loggers> ,log
jt' AiM m ''The SFCC Endowment Corporation is need to apply is your skill and your caution. buyers, equipment dealers, and other
N uwuws -, : tziap1 the recipient and administrator of the Even an experienced woods burner (I, forest products companieswhy? These,
O p fund, and the scholarship is renewable fora companies are Interested in offering this
second year for students who receive type of encouragement to help> you get,
'! 10/G.FERGUSON-JOHN M.MIUU good grades. The award is made annually f' ;,. pines established on your property.

,flO" rubll.....* to a KISS senior with academic and leadership ::.. ,
PublIshed tech Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at the Post Office at potential, and with relative financial ...:' matlYon are Interested or want more infor
Starke j F fortda' under Ad of March 3, 1879. Subscription rate In trade area:, $12 per year need for college assistance. ,:on the free seedling program I
' montha. please contact my office at 964-6280 (ext.
area: $13 $7.50 sit months.' '
per year;
Current seniors obtain Andrew Johnson
Keystone .
can applications was 219)). Remember the trees are going fast
Phone ((904)) 964-6303, for an Odom Scholarship from the only exPe.ldentto be and will need to be ordered soon. U you
)35 W. Call Strt et/p.0.Drawer A' i Starke. Florida 32091 Mrs. Irene Dykes at the Keystone High elected to the United want to have any to plant this winter-'

,t, School.,, State Senate. please order now. '


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:, "Engagements.Denise / '' Club Me' t '1gsu' Hope Baptist to Host Gospel, ; SuperGroup, .Saturday, ,.:_':"::,:( .' -UI
; George Homemakers Club Gospel music's' first supergroup, Blackwood Brothers! before forming Come and hear this(;'preriiier t [I,
Ricks/ Engaged To Meet January 14 The Master's Five will be at Hope his own group the :Stamps: Quartet gospel supergroup this Saturday at ,

Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Ball of Lake Bradford' : Homemakers Baptist Church this Saturday,Jan 9 He made numerous films with Elvis Hope Baptist Church, located south ;
beginning at 7 pm, Presley '
Butler, announce the of : of Starke of Hwy, 100.
engagement Club will meet Thursday, January 14 The Master's Five gospel group Lead singer is Jack Toney,
their Denise
daughter Elizabeth to
at 10 a.m. in ,the ,Agriculture consists of I lovie Lister,who is m the ,formerly from thexJJtatesmen ,
George Warren Ricks, II, son of Mr.
Building Gospel Music Hall of Fame Lister Quartet. Baritone singe gd (Hill,
and Mrs: George W Ricks of( Starke, Outlaw Realty ,
''formed the Statesmen In
Quartet formerly with the Prophets Quartetand
the bride-elect from '
'Union County graduated 1948, then disbanded it in lost to join the Statesmen Quartet Has ,Christmas Party ."I
High School in 1987. Woman's Club Meets
the Master's Five
Shaun Neilsen is tenor singer,who '
She Is at Union tavern Outlaw hosted
employed the County a
Courthouse. Jan 13 at Noon Also in the group is J.D. Sumner was recognized by Elvis Presley and at .
Christmas for his associates 'j
bass singer,.who has the lowest bass did solos at the Presley concerts and party '....
The '
bridegroom-elect graduatedfrom The January, ,monthly luncheon voice in all of recorded music J.D. television He was also the Bradford Family Restaurant on
Bradford High School in 1986! r and meeting of the Woman's Club of. 'wOrked with the Sunny South with the! Imperials programs.,Quartet and the Monday, Dec 21, from 7-9 p.m. Y
and is employed at Ricks Salvage in. a Starke will be on January 11: at noon. Quartet; The Sunshine Boys,and the Statesmen Quartet. The ladies were presented corsages "
Starke. Public affairs, under the directionof by Mrs.:Outlaw as they arriv-
No date has been set for the wedding. / Chairman Pat Scoggms will be ed. After. a steak and shrimp dinner,
the program. Pat will be assisted by Mr. Outlaw commended his

l.... _...._ her committee composed of Joan associates!on\ the good work they had :,
Hall Edith Gowan, Marguerite Hall, Water Conservation DAR TopicThe ''done throughout the year Kay
Tracy Youngbloodand Ethel Raymond, Elsa Reeder,Max- ,Waters read a humorous poem,she '
Darryl Morgan me\,Gibson. Sandra Reddish. Vera had written about each associate
The Col.] Samuel Elbert refreshment table
,Lewis, Loraine Champion and Ida Chapter was and their spouse giving everyone a
YoungbloodMorganEngagement Shaw. NSDAR, met at the home of Mrs. covered with a white linen cloth witha good laugh. .
J.D, Warren on Monday, Jan, 4. centerpiece: of silk flowers with, a Those enjoying ,the dinner ware
Told Mrs, J.T: Lawson, ,Conservation similar flower arrangement on a Mr !and Mrs David Dodge, Mr. and ,
Chairman, spoke, to'' the grqup on side table and red potted poinsettias .
Mrs. Patricia Arnold and Mr. Mrs. Dwayne Elder Mr, and Mrs.
New Arrival Water ,Conservation, reminding at focal points. :The hostesses, Mrs
Larry: Youngblooc announced the :* Wilbur Waters, Ms. Opal Dickson
engagement of their daughter, them that all natural-resources needto Warren and Mrs. Herbert Thomas; Ms SuzannC! Kitchens! and Mr andMrs. i
Tracy Leigh Youngblood\ to Darryl 'Monica Ann TedderSSG be conserved., Served coffee, hot spiced apple'jiuce Lavern Outlaw. Honored
and, foods.
Edward Morgan son,.. of ,Mr. and various,finger; guests for the evening were Mr and ,
Mrs. Edward Morgan. Kathleen and\Richard C.: 'Ted 'f'he 'Regent, Mrs. David Taber Mrs Tommy Outlaw and Sir\and ,.
II I Wedding plans will be announced der announce the birth of a conducted the business meeting and .. Mrs. Mike Hanks. A J J'tflffvef
II I at a later date. daughter, Monica Ann,born Nov. 28 Chaplain, Mrs Lucille Starnes. gave
I .;---- in SHAPE, Belgium. the Devotional, !
Maternal grandparents are Mr. put off 'tit tomorrow'' t

Starke and Mrs., James H. Faulkner of National Defense Chairman, Mrs, I what! yerrltan'put on ,todaylf x f '1

ngsvvorfh-Wood// Paternal grandparents are Mr. Gilbert Parental Brown,.Leave discussed, Law This the' proposed law- Leila' S:.
and Mrs. George Boldesare and Mr. .
To Wed Friday; Jan. 8, ,would discriminate against womenin
; ; --........ Barbara Masters Hollingsworth, Ga and Great-grandfather Mrs. Benny Tedder is of Guy Atlanta Ted, many cases. It is not fair to all Dress& Gift Shop; ./
.:.' :, '/' Cynthia Strkkland daughter of Julia Underhill, both of der of Stone Mountain, Ga > employers, especially small '
' .''' ', 'I'1' : and Carlton and T. ""Bobby1" business,and unfair to employees'security : '
: Barry Stark, James Kathy and Rick's mailing addressif should be $elect, group''' Of .
, ;';0 Wood of Lake Butler, son of JamesC. Bldg. 58, Box 161-C. ,..APO, ,;New this subject decide '.
Strickland'Carlton/ .Wood of Rome Ga., will be unitedIn York 09088. ,voluntary\ and let employers Presses, 200.
marriage Friday, Jan. 8, 1988,at where to give benefits. Employers .
Engagement Told should ,not be forced by' the Cocktail, Dresses > ,
,;,',' '','. ( 7:30 in the Camp' Blandmg ,,'
'. c," \ :i;" "i i' Rev, and Mrs..John Strickland of Chapel at Camp Blanding. legislature by rules in this area. SuitsSf&ti to ., .- ,
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r Starke announce the engagement\ of The bride-elect Is 'employed at !n
Causes: '. r '
\,'. .I',';> their daughter Cynthia Ann to North Florida Regional Medical B-U Retired Teachers '..., ,
,:' ,.' Barry Martin Carlton; son of Sharon Center, Gainesville, as a registered Enjoy( Christmas Party TberapeutIcMassage Sweaters Lingerieflccessories" :, ," 50'orr",, \ ,' ,,. ,
.R. Carlton of Lawtey 'nurse on the Oncology floor. Mr. -.sflUK/ ':':" ., ;
'The wedding will be June 4l988at Wood is employed with 'Shadd. Bradford-Union Retired Teachers' l' ., ,& "'MoreFrom ;' '
f! First Baptist Church in Starke. Trucking Co. in Lake Butler Assn. held its annual Christmas par our regular stock .
b' The bride-elect graduated in 1985 No invitations will be sentall ty in the beautifully decorated dining ,
Now Available for
\' from Bradford High School; attended friends and relatives are invited. room of the Bradford. Family All Sales Final .'I1 storethatgtrrr7 fJtt
St, Johns River Community Col-,, Restaurant on Dec 17. .Relaxation and Stress :ferv 9fa Service' cftarjje, on,
"it, lege and is employed by the Brad President Mamie Jo' Douglas' Release Many, Many I :
..1': I ford County Clerk's Office.. greeted members'and made brief More 'fay-a.ways." lie.carr1jauniar!>> ,
I The groom-to-be is a 1984 graduateof announcements. licensed:' Massage:Therapist, In-Storc S cclals ) ',''Tetites' {MisseS &'Large' Ali#. .
Bradford High School, has had, :Mrs,'Maggie/ Hodges ,Mrs. Eunice Searing's devotional,, Call Terry9G37355' | ', ,
.I' various military schooling, and Is Celebrates B/rthday:83: was based on the scripture Luke 2; : '
employed by the ,Army National She commented on the deep mean, ,Bradford,Square Shopping! Center.'' 95 5,1,
Guard at Camp Blandl g., 'Mrs'.. Maggie'Hodges' of Lawtey"celebrated mg and story contained in the 118 Thompson St., Stork Visa Mastercard'
her 83rd birthday. She Christmas carol, '"Joy To The Merle Norman Bldg. Hours: Monday-Saturday,: 9:35:30.: ( : Leila's

''was born in Bradford County in World" The group sang carols accompanied
? ''December of 1904 and lived. many'' by Mrs Mona Canova on
'.""" '. .-,, ","- years in Baker County. ''the electronic keyboard. '
Mrs. Hodges celebrated her birth' Games were played and prizes ;
day with many relatives 'and was awarded to Mrs. Philomma Adkin- BACARDIS
very surprised by a birthday letter son and Mrs. Mona Canova. Mrs. MIDD11TI ea.fa \
from President and Mrs. Reagan 'Cleo Redding received ,the door .PUERTO RICAN .
This has already been framed and is prize. QO PROOF rumAMBER
a proud addition to Mrs.. Hodges.collection ,Christmas candies marked the
} of gifts. 'place breach guest at the table VODKA tKK DRY\ j ti.5
Mrs. Hodges resides In' Lawtey where a delicious lunch was servedat AND
with her daughter Betty Kelly. She noon. Hostesses for the occasion SILVER
has six children, 21 grandchildrenand were Mrs. Helen Johns and .Mrs. LITER 99I
23 great-grandchildren.: Maxine Gibson. '8 777 LITER J3.80Z..

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Melissa L, May 750 ML.SS .
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Mrs.Peggy Reichert of Starke and Extra Drj 'PRICES BEGIN THURS..

Joe Reichert, of Lake Butler-of their' announce a"f'r' >-Gil\-. JAN '7th., THRU WED.,. %3SS4iASE
the engagement '
daughter ,Melissa Lynn ,May, toRichard !t" t s. ::::::::..*.;.S.T ,JAN. 13th AT OUR _.

Maurice "Ritchie" ,. "'.;:':",;;, STARKE.. LOCATION. oNL'.yf I
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Maurice Overstreet of. Keystone "
,"" 'The bride-elect is a 1987 graduateof
Bradford High School and is cur rentlyi, employed at McDonald's in
,Starke.' Mr.. Overstreet is a 1986
graduate of Keystone Heights High
School and is employed at Pruden-
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I j Sawyer Gas Co. Moves to New Location"' I

.va r i by Buster Rahn Market building 'and land several Sawyer Gas and AppHcances Co. The new facility will Include a gas
BCT Staff Writer weeks ago,. shortly after Norman's will increase the number and variety dispensing unit for servicing: motor
Sawyer Gas and Appliance Co. closed: out.1'hrln of units on display, featuring a homes and other RV units and filling -
formerly Sawyer-Slade Gas Co., willbe complete line of gas and electric appliances LP gas bottles
moving into its new location onUSJ01 ,manager of Sawyer's store for the home.A .
South from the middle to the, in Starke, said the business is being builders display will provide The firm's name has been chang.
latter part of February, according to relocated to provide improved services contractors with the latest models of ed to reflect the purchase by son-in-
store manager Jamie Thrift for its customers, with additional appliances. heating and cooling' law Charles Sawyer of the interests
Sawyer Gas and Appliance Co. floor space in the building and units and other information to keep of Tom and Flo Slade. The Slades
". the former Norman's parking space for vehicles, them abreast of the industry. founded the business April 1947.

Hampton Pursues $350,000 Community :Block Grant

by Joe Glssy with grant coordinator Linda Day would be met. No displacement of occupied, dwellings one vacant
BCT Staff Writer .and a survey made to determine the persons as a result of the planned ac dwelling and two vacant lots affected .

... The City of Hampton is pursuing A needs and eligibility of the residents. tivities would occur. by the project,
$350,000 Community Development The first public hearing, held Jan. Three activities are planned for A second public hearing is
i'\fercbantsSolicitin' Funds. Block Grant to extend water lines to 5, determined that 100 percent of the the grant: Installation of water line scheduled for Jan. It, at 6 p.m. for
.. the Hampton Villas Subdivision and funda would benefit low and paving of approximately 4,500 weal open discussion by residents of
Clencla Epps. President of the Downtown Merchants Association Is to pave the streets In the moderate income persons, all the feet of streets and connection to Hampton then a City CouncUmeeting
shown accepting a check from Roger Jones CEO: for Griffin Industries to .neighborhood. residents of the subdivision would the water systems. immediately after to
kick. off the fund-raising program lo finance the Main Street Program. A Task Force meeting was held at ,benefit from the project and "A maximum of$330,000 is being requested finalize the petition and authorizethe
The DMA hopes to hate enough commitments to fund the program and '''the Hampton City Hall December 29, neighborhood revitalization goals for: the grant. There are 15 application.

meet the state deadline of February, when all applications must be sub \ i .

milled finish Members! to be of considered the association for the will out In force explaining their plans to Board Member Riddick Has Objections to Regional Waste, Plan .zl

? "rehabiiifC' Call Street. Commitments have already beta received ,..
I'r9.m'leveral merchants such as Florida National Bank. J
County Commissioner Joe Riddick tor for Bradford County, pointed out .located Commissioner' Riddielt'.thinks O'Neal told the commissioners. The
doesn't want to oppose the 13 county what he and Commissioner Riddick there would be some benefitto other direction-fceing discussed is
,.: Notices regional solid waste effort, but'he's' contend are objectionable items in the host county but feels $1 per, Joining wiuVOnion and Baker Counties -
. Legal sounding more and more that way in the proposed inter-local agreement: ton is too much. in a three-county landfill to be
reports to his fellow commissioners. .It would commit each county to 'Alachua County under the proposed located on state prison property on

\NOTICE APPLICATION''' I I. Compatible with CLUP. Reporting Monday Jan. 4, Com- the solid waste program for 40 agreement would not have to Florida State Prison grounds.
FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF You ore further giver) NOTICE thar'acopy missioner Riddick said "The thing 'years. participate in the regional effort.( Feelers have gone out to see if the
THE LAND USE PLAN of said proposed ORDINANCE Is that worries. me about the'' whole The regional authority could tell Alachua County. O'Neal said has a state would agree to having the
An ORDINANCE om.nding'lh.' Com ,available for your Inspection ot the pf.' thinV'ls: Bradford County how to collect and new, $10 million landfill of its own 3-county: landfill on state property,
pr.h.nsiv. Land Use) Plan, and fit* of the Director of' Zoning and Planning dispose of it solid waste. The Each county would agree to be thus saving the counties the cost of
Mop by City ol' Stark., Florida In accordant. 209 Thompson St.. City Hall, Stark, Alachua County gets seven votes authority, made up of elected officials sued for non-compliance: under" the buying property for a landfill.
with the local Gov.rnm.nt Cams Florida ,and{be other counties one vote each. and employees of the counties proposed agreement. A Monday night meeting of the
pr.h.nsiv. Planning Act of 1973 at pro ,Each and very person having any Interest The solid waste study Is being would have authority to issue "If this is the time for us to put up 13-county group held in Lake City
vld.d for In Chapt.p 163 of th. Porlda, whatever In the enactment, of this done for Alachua County, paid for by .bonds obligating each county. The or shut up, 1 Wei, very strongly we broke down over discussion of the
'iStatut.ft, "*,, proposed ORDINANCE should appear Alachua County, and will be run by authority under the proposed agreement should, look I ii\\ another rection..r proposed agreement.
TO.: All, Taxpayer and other. In. 'and be heard at the, time 'and place Alachua County, ,would not have taxing authority - p.rtoniTh. prescribed' "This thing is getting down to the however.
'r Stark. Zoning and Planning Board BOARD OF CITY OF STARKECOMMISSIONERS mtty-gntty and we all/ need to be' The proposed agreement calls for SECOND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE!

conducted a public hearing on Thursday, more concerned about it," Riddick payment of $1 per ton of waste to be
D.c.mb.r,; 17,. 1987 on ,th. below listed .BY: Dorrell O.''Meal told the Bradford commissioners. paid to the host county, the county 'The Cltyof Lawtey Is applying to the Department of Community
r.zonlng and am.ndm.nt to CLUP'and ,'Olr.ctor/ Darrell O'Neal solid waste direc- where the regional landfill would be Affairs for a grant under the Community Development Block Grant In,,
will mak. a recommendation to 1h. City ',Stark Zoning' Planning the amount of 42500000. Each activity proposed under the grant
of Stork. Commistionr fo<'their com Itchg l/7 must benefit low and moderate Income persons.
tid.ratlon and action o* In. pr.sch.dul -- -.- \
,, The grant Is Intended to rehabilitate or replace! owner-occupied
.d final for this for
hearing application Briefs' dwelling units in the following areas:First Street and State '
r.zonlng and amendment, of th. Com- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF News Roan 20O, U>. Plan on, Tuesday, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL' and Olive Street between Jefferson and Adams. One hundred
,January 19, 1988 at th. tame aid place CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR percent of the grant funds wilt be used to benefit persons of low and
at 7:30 p.m, Art ordinance'relating to- BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA moderate Income. Listed below la the proposed budget for the grant
'.The rezonlng of the following d.icrlb- Cose No.81-643.CA' Keystone Hts. Man ,Methodist Church 'application., "
.d property, and amendlng''h. Com 5UTHILAK SUNDUSADEE. Dies From Gunshot Youth Ministry
preventive. land Us. Plan to\ Plaintiff.
.provide 029 Clearance $6,000.00
that land' currently'' zoned' M and ,vsCKISANTA A 20-year-old Keystone Heightsman Sponsors ,MovieA 039a 'Temporary Relocation $16.fiOO.OO $
designated''by the plan o> Light Irl.du.'rlal" 'S NOUSADEE'. KIERT SUN- died New Year's Day as a modern version of'The Greatest O39c' Demolition/Relocation 12
be' .zon.d and OUSADEE.1; os''' Trustees of Sundusadee .4
/ to R1C, result of a gunshot wound to the
,Story Ever Retold' entitled "Cotton 051
.. igl. Family; low density.. Leasing Trust GISAYA SUNDUSADEE Rehabilitation 205200.00 8
head according to Lt; Glen Moore '
prop and Patch Gospel the story of Jesus' ,
SUNSHINE 181 Administration
Robert G.
Buell Jr.
SUNDUSADEE and KIERT ,Christ as If he were born in modern '
BEVERLY 2.t ocr.. described off South as sld.follows of:Edwards 'Individually. SUNDUSADEE. coach at Keystone Heights High day Georgia is a foot stomping The City plans to minimize displacement: of persons as a result of
Road' West of City Ball Park Parcel Defendants. School was taken by Trauma I to hand clapping, knee slapping new planned CDBG funded activities.: No persons will be permanently
-00000, Section '32. Township 6 NOTICE OF ACTION University Hospital in Jacksonvillewhere musical that is bound to inspire and' displaced unless their homes are Infeasible rehabilitation..,
.South. Rang. 22 East lo build a f"om. TO KIERT SUNDUSADEE qnd CRISAN I he died Jan. 1. ,, entertain thousands.The Relocation benefits for these homeowners will be In accordance witha
and us. <( .adjoining property Is how being used Trustees of the Sundusadee Leasing at 10 Thomas Circle In show is both a humorous and voluntary basis.A .
You or. further given NOTICE that a,, Trust, their heir and onions, and SUN. Keystone Friends 11:30: p.m. New serious retelling of the Gospel story. public hearing to provide citizens with an opportunity to .',
copy 'of said proposed ORDINANCE is SHINE SUNDUSADEE. ADDRESS Year's Eve. said they had Sponsored by the Youth Ministry comment on the application will be held at City Hall
on January 14.
available for your 'Inspection at the offie. UNKNOWN: heard a gunshot and found Buell in of the First United Methodist '
of the Director,of jfoning and Planni C yOU'ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac his. bedroom. Church donations of $2.00 each will 1988. at 7:00: p.m. A copy of the draft application will be available as of
Ing 209 Thompson St.. Cl.!HallyStcrk., /'tiO v. laSet Aside Fraudulent Conveyances The physical evidence; witness be taken at the door. ,There will be' January 6. 1988 at City Hamtny questions concerning the grant
Florida. Declare Trust Fraudulenf and statements and the autopsy findings two showings only Friday and application or public hearing should be(directed to Ms. Queen .

Each' and .very person having any In alternatively to Appoint Successor are all consistent with a self- Saturday Jan. 8 and 9,' at 7 p.m. Robinson! City Clerk. at((904)) 7823454.: ,,
terest whatever ip the enactment. of this Trustee, and Request for Temporary In- inflicted shooting according to ""'sac evening at the Fellowship Hall
proposed ,ORDINANCE should appear [unction, has been filed against you In vestigator Don Denton. Inr of the,Methodist Church.
the above styled Court, You further
and b. heard at th. time and place or.
,pr.scribed said action Plaintiff is ,.. '
BOARO OR CITY OF STARKE Court set aside, the In-
COMMISSIONERS ... Crlionfd Sun-
BY: Dorrell O'Meal parcels" of real pro-
Director, j County, flo'ida. as
Stark. Zoning; 4 Planning :
'ltchg/7| or -all parcels
Clerk of the (Court, Brod-
NOTICEAPPLICATION fin| .., Star .. Florida.
FOR REZONING to serve a written
IrV C, EMERY"has mad. application- fa. ,. ..., If any to tin oc-
the Bradford County. Zoning & Planning, v attorneys, whose
Department for reclosslflcotlan" of the ..... ore TERENCE M.
prop.rty described below from RSF-1 to DARLA' JEAN "
RMFI Approximately 2' acres, 'out of TERENCE M. BROWN
Parcel ,06203, .Section, 36, Townshl 8 Drawer 40 Starke, e
South, Range 3J" wutou a oykl" > I or before JANUARY 25
Subd located 13 mTUFf-SHutheojt o 1980 and file the original with the Clerk
I Storks and off SE BOth Ave. off C.R. 21, \ of this Court either before service on
for multipl. one-family dwellings* Com. ,\ the Plaintiff's attorneys or Immediately
patlble with CLUP ,whereafterotherwise, a 'ludqmenf will

Th. Bradford County :Zoning and Plan. fee entered for'"the. relief' demanded In . CUP. THIS COUPON ...... . CLIP .THIS COUPON . .
ning Board conducted a public hearing "'., .the Complolnt..
on Tuesday December 29. 198 on the' WITNESS my tiond and official seal' of I "I & I
$2.00 FISH FRIES 2.00
above Ilst.d application and will mok. o, 'this Court on this 15th day of December, ,

recommendation to th. Bradford County 1987. I Two tender fish fillets french v too tender fish fillets french I
Commissioners for their considerationand GILBERT S. BROWN /
action at their pr.scheduled final CLERK;: OF THE COURT fries, and two hush puppies:,, Captain 'Dt. | fries, and two hush puppies. JpDDS' U
hearing for this ,r.zonlng to be, held 12/17: 4tchg 1/7
slakes Jan.* Casa Not Road ass sy coMr' Otter aspires JPs.St goad*4th ant sear
Wednadoy-Januory 20 1988. at 7:30 yZ! : l A little seafood place.
'p.m., In the Commissioners' Room. W a..dieoaeltl rp.nkgrbgCef. great m sp.dsl adisoowsfMgNkbslblGpL tY.1. A great little seafood place.. !

Bradford County. Courthouse, Stark., . CUP THIS COUPON . i mm mm mm CUP THIS COUPON . .
Florida. At this time the Bradford County, School ,Menus .

Commission th. proposed will make explication the final, after decisionon having Jan. IMS. I FISH & FRIES $2.0Ofive : FISH & FRIES ,$2.OO

two public hearings! advertisement, 1 '
,and posting All persons 'interested 'In Bradford Elem. &Middle School tender fish fillets french"fries too tender fish fillets french ,

,this application or. hereby given noticeof ,MMdsjn HamrjuriM uin.. lettuce, tomato*' U and two hush puppies. r" : l.D. | fries,and two husrrpupples. CJclDtaill.JDS B
time and place for the two public'' pickie buttered corn peaches. milkT -4p ,,
hearin4FY.quir.d., .w<.lajn Chill cracker, clwm lout, gardenaalad over nplraa I Net good with any err ,000.uphaJ..tIll8.Notgood sit ery eser
Director pear 1 half, milk .*, uwdtoxrti.p-ibtj-ingcaptcr.) 'Agreat 1ittIe--L. place e'eparaemrsc.panvregc+t.D'1/> A-.UttJe'seafood place.|
WHntMlay Macaroni cheese. corndog cab-

Zoning Bradford 1 Planning County ,Tltund.bags Haw, ,., fruit Spaghetti cup coconut../.....cane sauce milk.,efcese Pus, w A3 'CUP THIS COUPON -. .. .. CUP THIS. COUPON . .

Itehg}1f? .rrre brae, .pples.....Hot rolls milk
F rWuyt Manager Clwice:: Day,
REZONING AND AMENDMENT ';Bradford High School -
OF THE LAND USE PLAN kbedayi Chilt cheese toast garden .salad' :
An'ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive cherry.cobbler cake,mil, GEORGE
mashed .. - Hamburger gravy potot.III .
Land Use Plan, Element and ,eon Warn, key lime pie' Biscuits, milk. ,
Map by City of Starke, Florida In pecan Mrdnndajrt Macaroni cheese, eorndog, cab
done with the local Government Com- slaw. *fruit cup cookie, mIlk. ROBERTS INSURANCE

prehenilve Planning Act of 1975 as pro- peaches Ttwrtdayi. Ice cream Sloppy. milk Joe .an bun, french fries. .
vided for In Chapter 163 of the FloridaStOtUt.1I Friday.i Manager oda,.. ,I
, Complete Insurance nsPHONE'
TO?All Citizens,Taxpayers and other ire voa AGEId
M'''."., Hamburgers. corndog. trench fries '
'. e.ted .
pawns pi.... O.J.Tu .
The Stark Zoning and Planning Board ..da" Cheeseburger. *, plus,, french, fries, ,
conducted a public hearing on Thursday. milkshakes. QUOTES : ,, ;, ,, '
ttelaasdajt Bambugersfrenefl'fries.'' ;; / 'i" .
December, ?, 1987. on the below listed ,
rezoning and amendment to CLUP and milkshakes. ,pins I O J. '' ,' .
fhuridavi Corndoplplsu, ranch ; "
: i. -
will' make a recommendation to th. Cityof milkshakesrrMayi. friai', '
Stark Commissioners' far their consideration Hamburgers, pttza, .corndog bench ;GEORGE ROBERTS 'SCOTT ROBERTS .r ; ; '
and action at the prescheduled '- fries milkshake, o.J.. .. .: ,. AUTO HEALTH .
final hearing for this application for 'tacti day student have choice its hot lunch. ,. ,AGENT AGENT I LIFE
ailed bar ; ..
rexonlng and amndmnt of the Corn- or they may purchase s-la-carte. ,; \ 1

prehensive' lend Use Plan on Tuesday, Bradford High School ,Fine ,. 'j' ,; ', HOME BUSINESS
These Companies
Representing : ,
January 19 1988. ot the some said placeat ivlmdayt. Planning Day
7:30: p.m. An ordinance relating toil I .Tnr. ay> Hamburger. on bun, lettuce, tomato A MOBILE -
Th. rezoning of the following describ- pickle, butted corn, peaches, chocolate" cake. \ ''' HOMES
ed and amending In. Comprehensive rat IkMedne. .
property land Use plan\ to provide ..daj>i .SDaghetUmeat. sauce, cheese /msiate-' "MEDICARe SUPPLEMENT
sin garden salad rolls, milk.
that 'land currently zoned RIO and n......'. fned c"._. nee at gravy, green .
detlonated by 'th! plan' as Single-Family/ lima been, .pear half, butterscotch beoen*. .
biscuits, milk. w.
mixed I/O. be> rezoned 'lo HP, and Friday Managers choice
designated, the II f ,
property of DiBHA I.S JAMIS R.FLYNN, 964-7826
Monday flanmng way.Tsesdayi
described' a. follow.: .
lot 3, 4, 1 9 of Ilk 1 of Sunny Acre. millunakes. .Corndogs OJ.W pins, trench fries, I .
at corner of Grand St. and Georgia, St.. >daesda. >'> Hamburgers, frenen fries, CIGNA 986 NORTH TEiVtPLE( 'AVENUE
Norwest of Courthouse- Parcels milk.......,pot*. O.JTfteridajri '
02371.A OOd00 8 Cneeaeburgars,,' pizza, corndog. I - u..CASVAUY STARVE FLOr pA 32Q9i r
,OQ378-A-00500 02378-A-00300., SEcllon 21 Township- 6S. french, fries, milkshakes.rrlsayi .._'- .. __ .. .. ...., ..". ,
Hamburgers, puss, Irenctt fries.milkshake .
,Range 22C for professional' offices. This. *. OJUchdarstudenUhaveschoiceofabotlunctt..
r ,
salad. .bar or they'may purchase



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January 7.1988 TELEGRAPH'' Pale fA

I Legal Notices ,. .

tion for cash' 'at 2600 Lloyd Rd.!. Jacksonville and being concave to the Northeast, nor of sold Section Thirty-one and run North 00'IW'59" East along the Westerly
,NOTICE OF INTENTION / Flo., thence in a Southerly direction along the North OO'IW'S9" Easf along the Westerly. Boundary thereof 1313.13 feet to a
TO REGISTER NOTICE OF SALE One lot of cooker fryers consigned laThe arc of said curve and along said Westerly Boundary thereof 1953.00 feet to a set found e'"6" concrete monument for the
FICTITIOUS NAME Ron Denmark Self-Service Storage will Market Place,lOkeechobee, fie. right of way line a chord distance of Iron rod thence North SB'51'44" East. Point of Beginning.From .
Pursuant lo Section Florida hold a public sale of, One lot of T.V.', consigned fa H.J. 84,97 feet to a concrete monument said 438.74 feet to o.t, Iron rod. thence Point of Beginning thug described
Statutes. nolle I I. hereby glv.n that the Bin number 17, belonging fa Key Weir, Goodwin, chord distance having a bearing of South North 883004" East, 87.68 feel to a set continue North 0004'99" East along,
und.r.lgned.! ,Johnny Brier* Donna Brier and to satisfy freight and storage chargss 0 degree 38 minute and SO seconds Iron rod thence North 041740" West said Westerly Boundary. 639,B7 feet to a
of 326 N. St.. Stork., Fla. 32091. Bin number" 3J. belonging' to Norman's under the provision of Section, 4b( ) of West thence .South 86 degrees 34 6.76 feet to a set Iron rod for the paint of set Iron rod; thence North Be'SI'M"East,
joint owner*. doing business under the Country Market, contents unknown. Uniform standard Bill at Lading. minutes,and 20 seconds West 218.28 feetto Beginning. From Point of Beginning thus 438 74 feet to a set Iron rod, thence
firm name of A-Answering Service ol Sale will take place at 2117 N.Temple Gator Frelghtways, Inc a concrete monument thence North 6 described ,continue North WIT40"West North 8830'04''East 87.68 feet to a set
Starke. 326 N. Walnut St., .... Avenue on Jon. 9, 1988 at 9 a.m. Pro 14-800763 dtd 11/4/117 degrees 2 minutes ond 50 seconds East ,.799.07 feet to'on Iron rod set on Iron Sd-'tt.ePke North 04'17'40" West.
32091. Intends to regiter ad! fictitious 12/3121h1l1/7 Pro 14.800337 dtd 10/27/87 210 feet to a concrete monument thenceIn the Southerly Boundary of the Right of 6.78 feet to a set Iron rod, thence North
nome under the dforetqld ttatute I 1/7 2tchg 1/14 a Northerly direction and parallel to Way ,of the 'Wannee Branch of the 8130'4>" East,,761.54 feet to on Iron rodset
v, Doted this "lh doy of December.. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO \ the Westerly right of way line of said Seaboard System Railroad, (formerly on the Westerly Boundary of the
1987, in Bradford County, Florida, REGISTER State Highway 210 23 feet to a concrete Seaboard Airline Railroad), thence Right of Way of County Road 100A (also
; / 4lpd1/U FICTITIOUS: NAME' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA monument thence Easterly along the' North B818'50"; East along said Southerly known as Edwards Road) (formerly State

_.. .. .. .-.- -. PURSUANT to Section 865.09, Florida EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Southerly right of way line of Seaboard Boundary, 470.49 feet to an Iron rod Road S IOOA). said Westerly boundary,
CALL Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the FOR BRAQFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Airline Railroad 210.23 feet to paint of set at an Intersection with the Westerly being on a curve, concave to the Nantheast
FOR BID undersigned JESSI S. ADAMS of 4t29 Case No 87-233: beginning, all In Section31Township 6 Boundary of a parcel described In O.RB. end having a radius of 449.26
Seale4, bids> will, be received
Board by the Tewnsend ,St.: Starke. and MARTIN FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA. South. Range 22 East. 58, P. 447, of the Public Record of said feet; thence Southeasterly along ..aldW..rly
of Bond Trutlee* of the City of VASSAUR ol 101 Plaintiff PARCEL B: Six acres In Southwest corner County thence South 055614" West, Boundary and along the arc ol
Celley Reed Starke,
Sforke. Florida of the Clt/ Hall In Flo.. joint owners, business under vs of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4, bounded Wesf along the Westerly Boundary of said said curve, 193.93 feet as rneasured
Storke. Florida until 6:30: p.m.. Tuesday. the firm name of' The Tree Masters, THOMAS'L. KENT and MARCIA S. KENT. by West line of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 North parcel 205.22 feet to a concrete monu along a chord having bearing of South
January 19. J988 at which' time and by Stale Road S 100A East S.01'.6" to set concrete monument
Sleepy Hollow Drive, Starke.: Florida Intends his wife; ARELYNE PACHO and ARELYNE by private ment found at the Southwest Corner East o
place oil bids received will, b. publicly to register salt fictitious PACHO a/k/a ARELVNE B. PACHO as' rood. South by South line of NE 1/4 of SW thereof (also being the Northwest Corner ; thence South 373448' West.
opened and read aloud on the following: under the aforesaid statute. name Personal' Representative of the Estate, of 1/4 of Section 31, Township 6 South. of a parcel I described In O.ft.B. 205 S70.17 feet to'a set Iron rod; thence
AT SPECIFICATIONS CITY MAY BE OBTAINED Dated this 14th day of''December BENITO UYVICO PACHO a/k/a BENITO Range 22 East P, 48, of sold Public Records), thence South 691841" West 923.22 feet to. the,
HALL.Purchase 1 PARCEL C All of Section South '14' Point of
1987 In PACHO Deceased and ; 36. Township continue 05 58 West, along the Beginning.
Bradford DAVID
County!, Florida ; SILK
and removal/ of Worthington 121"'tpd1' '6 South, Range 21 East lying South of Westerly Boundary of last said: parcel WITNESS my hand and official seal 1 ol
SW-V-12 Engine with related equipment. Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT Fractional W 209 91 feet to a concrete monument sold Court this 4th day of January 1988.
,Equipment available for 'purchase may NOTICE Is Vt thereof lying South of said railroad found at the Southwest Corner ,thereof GILBERT S. BROWN
be'Inspected at City of Storke Pow.r. NOTICE Of'APPLICATIONFOR Final Judgm.nt hereby given l Inj that Foreclosure, pursuantto and LESS AND EXCEPT that part of S W of thence North 863645' East, along the Clerk of Court

Plant. TAX DEED entered herein I will sell the SE 1/4 lying West of the East line of lake Southerly Boundary,of last said parcel By Beuloh Moody
THE CITY OF STARK RESERVES THE property Rowell, 217.84 feet to' concrete monument Deputy Clerk
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN;:that Ernest situated In Bradford County Florida, a
RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. L. or Irene Hunter the holder of th. described In the SCHEDULE OF PROPER. PARCEL D' N V of N V4 of NW 1/4, found on the Westerly Boundary of the ,172tehg114Ollbeee
Said bids to b* addressed to the City following certificates$ has filed said certificate TY attached hereto and by reference, LESS AND EXCEPT all that port of NE 1/4 Right of Way of County Road 100A (also .!...
Clerk City of Storke, P. O. Drawer C, of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 Sduth known Edwards Rood
for o tax deed to be Issued made a part hereof at public sale,lathe lying and East as ) (formerly Stale
Stork., Flo. 32091 The envelope should thereon The certificate numbers and highest and best bidder for cash, at the of the center line of Alligator Creek; all Road S-100A), said Westerly Boundary
be marked Sealed Bid, Washington years ol '..uonc..tho description of the front entrance of the Bradford County that part of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 lying West being on a curve concave to; the Northeast '
Engine'. of the center line of Alligator Creek all and radius of 449.28
property and the names In which It woe Courthouse. In Starke, Bradford County. ; having a
BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEESBy Florida that port of S 1/2 of NE 114 of NW 1/4ly4 feet thence Southeasterly* along told
assessed are as fallows: at : A.M. on the. 2nd day of
Nell L. Tuck.r Certificate No. 203 :February 1988 ing Northerly ,of the 'center line of Westerly boundary and along the arc of L la
._' City Clerk Year of Issuance 198S SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY Alligator Creek all that part of S 'A of Said 'curve 357.13 feet as measured of
1232tchgJ7REGISTRATION 'PARCEL NW 1/4 of NW \/. lying northerly on the ,along a chord having o bearing of South
Description of Property: Parcel 4765. lot A; Ss of SW 114; all thai par. P
7 of Blk 2 Little Hollywood S/D described tion of the S V4 of SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 lying ,center line Of Alligator Creek, and all 2814'37" East, to a set iron road thence'
that of the SW 1of NW 1/. lyingNortherly South 81*30'41" 781.54 feet the
In Deed Book 60 Page 491 Ex R/W. West of center llne-of' Alligator Creek,' port West to paints can usually be removed ,
Section 7 Township 7 South Range 22 NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 and all that part of of the center line of AlligatorCreek Point of Beginning. from the skin with plain
OF FICTITIOUS NAMES South 9 acres of SW T/4 of NW t/4 'lying all In Section 6, ,Township, 7 A' PARCEL ''of land containing, 18,99acres .
I, the East.All South. 22 East less, and baby oil.
Range ,
undersigned being duly sworn, of said property being In the Coun"ty South of the Wannee Branch of the more or
do I PARCEL E All that ) of the West one-half of Section Thirty-one,
hereby) declare under oath that the of Bradford. Stole of Florida. Seaboard Airline Railroad LESS AND EX. : part fractional
'nom.. of all S 3/4 of NE 1/4 lying north.rlYlf Township Six South; ''rW.nt1.Two
; persons interested in the Unless such certificate on certificates CEPT 2 acres, more or ,less, particularly Range
business or profession carried on under ;described the center ,line 'of Alligator Creek and East Bradford County Florida; said
shall be redeemed according to low thoprop.rty as beginning at a concrotomonum.nt FREE
the, name of PHYSICAL THERAPY OF East of Lake Rowell; N /, of N Vt of NE parcel being.more particularly' describedas ,
described In such certificate or set at the Intersection of 'h.We.t.rly .
STARKE.and the entent of the Interest of 1/4. all In Section J. Township 7 South follows!
certificates 'wilL be sold to the highestbidder right of way line of Stale Rood } EXPLORING
each, is as follows Range 21 East.Said COMMENCE at a 6" concrete
at th. courthouse door on the 100A and the Southerly right of line
NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY INC., of the way lands, containing 402 acres, more monument found at the Southwest corner GOD'S WORD
27th of January 1988 at 11:00: o'clock Wannee Branch of the Seaboard .
a Florida Corporation Airline Railroad or less In Bradford County, Florida are of Said Section Thirty one and run
and run thence.irn a HOME BIBLE STUDYThe
Ext.nt of Interest..100% AM.Doted subject rights of way for public roods
this 1st day of December, 1987. Southerly direction along the aforesaid
NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY INC. GILBERT. BROWN. CLERKBy Westerly right of way line of said road and for drainage ditch. Bible Course it taught In your
By ROBERT JEREMY FISHER JR. : Beulah Moody 140 feet to a point or> the North line of LESS AND EXCEPT STARKE home free of charge

President c Clerk of Circuit Court NW t/4 of SW 1/4 which point Is 1110 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: CHURCH OF GOD This 'ts a nondenominational study
'A PARCEL of land .56'
T2V174tchg 17Independent Bradford County Florida feet East of Northwest corner of NW 1/4 containing ? based only on what 'thus! saith !the
12/17 4tehg 1/7 of SW 1/4, thence continue In a Southerly : acres,' more or less. and lying In. the 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 word of' God."' .

Church of God direction along said road right of way WOlt'on..holl of Section Thirty one,, i John Spratlln. Pastor .
Township Six South Range APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C.
line 70.23 feet to a concrete monument,, Tw.nty.two with ,
Inc' We Invite to worship us"
of you ,
Prophecy ;
AUCTION thence continue along said right of East I Bradford; County Florida, said '
way 782-3303
REVIVAL CENTER NOTICE hereby given that on Monday South degrees. ,2 minutes and SO parcel being more particularly described. Attended NurserySunday I

301.$orihw 2138 N. Temple Ave ,,January 18.,1988, at 1000 ocjock seconds West 121.43 feet to a concretemonument as follows? School ';'....,,..':<.J'' lOam ,* Rev: Emmett BrightTo
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J.V. Girl: Netters Win Again,


Hold Top ,Record at, ,BradfordPlaying

good! defense and making points and 7 reboundS.'coring six fourth period 11-6 for the win j
some important steals in the fourth'' points each were Dana' Norman BHS played a good, exciting
period, the Bradford High junior ..Arkeya Williams and Anne Taylor. game, says Coach Sue Trieste.I .
varsity girl basketballers beat North Taylor has four rebounds Arkeva '
Marion 33-28 in a Tuesday night Wiliams 3. Norman 2, and Rhonda -.I !. 411.25.
Jan. 5, home game. Bryant Chanda: Woods- and Pat 6606M.. 4 5 'I 4 55
-.II.)"Don.Normal 1-1/4-O.Rhonda, It leaves the BHS JV girls 5-1 on Allen one each. ,.....UMra jKkMl H/J.)1.Artovo Wllllonw' K>-.,
the season, the top record of any of BHS led 18-10 at the half but North Oonoo Woo* l-0/l-a, Anno Tlylar J-0-4. ,...1..
the four boys and girls basketball Marion tied the game 22-22 at the ,111-8I7'-
NonM Mirtiri ((11" login Donnhan 90.4, Tommy
teams. end of the third
period.Playing good
Johmoa S.
Johnto 44-1 Dtono lt-10. Joyce JonUnF
Latara Jackson led BHS with, 11 defense, the BHS girls took the "-"/1-..Mandy.oomow l-O-a. rotol" ,,,2/,....

J.V. Five ,Falls to ,Ocala Forest ,,1'1'

The Bradford High JV five should Wendell Hudson, a 6-5 foreward toughest competition for the Tornado -
have beaten Ocala Forest but lost fouled out with five minutes left and five.
t Jan. in Ocala. said Coach Rowland Cum- 0.tit II .' .. II
52-48 Tuesday night, 5, that hurt .
i BHS made mistakes down BHS also missed some ** ., nil". U 4*
some mings. easy O. foroo (II, McKondroo ./. ., Fletch.2. .,
the stretch, turning the ball over, shots in the last five minutes. N '.'/ .', ._ "./.-'0. "' ''.. 2.2/'McN.II
and allowing easy baskets off the BHS Is now 4-2.The only other load 0/J.J, ..II"..... 00loll' 3K,'Konno* )1-3/4.1,
half court trap for the first time. The was to Ocala Vanguard. The jWo Total.1 31217.52.6.dwd 1,4-4/7-ia..
((40))* t. Myo finely 3-3/M.
F r ,trap kept BHS close .but also hurt Ocala, teams are ,probably the Sh.N1014 H4Hotfion N/S, DlnfclrA: frl/7.9.

J Tornado Varsity Wins Consolation Game I

I --- "- -'" r A last minute drive for a lay-up by '-Clay High returned the ball O. Forest ?7 BUS 60

downcourtiin the last secpnds,took a
Harold Chandler gave the Torn
Run and Shoot, New Tornado Strategy... nadoes a one-point win, 67-66 over ((desperation shot, but after the clock Taller and heavier inside Ocala Forest
<. used a tough game to beat
I Monika Williams (24) passes the ball past a Colts center court in the Tuesday night home game against Clay High in the consolation game of had runaut win.ieavingBradfordwitha visiting Bradford High 11-<
defender. as Roberta Williams (10). breaks to the open the North Marion Colts. the nament Bishop last Kenny Dec. 29.Christmas Tour one BHS point was down four points at the' night, Jan. 5. in Ocala.:
BHS the first
The Tornadoes lost to Ed. White half, and six after third period, but was up 15-12/after
lost the second
quarter, quarter by
Dec. 28. in their opening round in an won the fourth period 19-12 for the
one point 16-17. to lead 31-29 at the

. North 'Marion Dominates BHS Girls ,overtime were game leading in which by 10 points the Tornadoes at-' win.6.dSd '11 I' I' I' ,_ ** half. BHS was playing good defense
of fourth "a u It w 11 .-., 44 the first half, being patient and taking
the start
the quarter
'* .rootoni ((47). Mr 1-a/M. iiyo s.i-4/4-ai. Conor4. good shots from the field, said
game we should never have'.lost, .>/ .>, lone 1.0/0-a. M. JonkM "2/"'" Jocfchon,' 'Assistant Coach Rowlan Cummings -
'' said Coach Chester Simpson. 1.00"....Chonolw.a/.'_.:..'*.IIIt.*,. r
Hot, outside shooting by North, The Colts were led by S.Brown who Coach John Slater says the Tornado In the consolation the Tory' 01 Wok(Mr..lay-,.*WVO.IO.lolond__, .
Marion; dominated the Braford High hit from outside all night long including -' girls will play a I'I1Jand shoot nado netters were tied game in the last J.3-a/a-l4.. MWt lolnbo r.5-OI -1I. Torfy OamoT In the second half Ocala Forest got
I, "'/2.11. Jorrlot Column H/J-I, loooy Monroo tough with its inside game forced
; girls varsity basketball team on two three point shots. game from now'on. Coach Slater to '
minute fowled
,', their, home court Tuesday. night, Monika Williams led BHS with 13 plans to install a half court press in give Clay but a one a point Clay lead player with ..1/1.17.ToMlK: l.Jo5o.M.Upcoming.: the smaller: Tornadoes to foul, and

;;Jan.5 points. Rhonda Bryant scored 9 practice this week. The BHS five twelve seconds on the clock.A ..", got fouls.a lot of three point plays on the
points. looses its concentration when it The regular season resumed Tues
desperate strategy session us-
'" Thelossleaves"theBHSgirlsat2-4 North Marion used a 2-1-2 defenseto slows down\ Coach Slater points out.Shc..d ing the fast time out resulted in the day, Jan. 5,'when the Tornado net, BHS is 6-4 on the. season so far.
'' for good advantage taking the II t I 17Mommi.rli. I
the regular season. win Chandler was to drive toward ters visited Ocala Forest.
the ,loss the" BHS 'five basketball away from BfTS'When the 14 II 14 11 II Tornadoes '2171.1' 77
Despite .. the basket, drawing the defense Friday, Jan. 8, the .
(nrftonl((17) DovU a-0/1-4. 5. Wlllloim 0-1/11. ,
played with good intensity, was ag- 'Tornado girls tried to drive toward .*. .r..loW ..II"'. I. Covlngton' M.. A. ,,_ toward him,'pass the ball to Eugene travel to Santa Fe for a JV game at, .5..1/.14 (M>. I. tiro .,3.112.\1.II U c.l.>..r 14 5-0/1.10.Mraotoro'
gresive and hustled the best they the basket BHS also got a lot of tur- M/a-J, M.WIII_.*'/2.'"ToMto lt-l/t.37.: Blye who would have an open shot. 6:15: and the Varsity at 8 p.m. '!f Un '1-O-a M. .tonkin. 4-8/6.15. Jockton a.0-0/1 ..
have all season when postholidayaction novers from errant Colt passes. Un- .....*Morion(II").$.fcowna."l/a 23.P....".....'' 'The Clay defense didn't Cooperate. Next home game will be Tuesday, .Chandler. t-O/l-IO. Totoli:t, DoWI2.40.
4.40. MclnMdi t-I/S-14, Ihompion l-O-a. Ocolo .. ., ......... ..t'3- .
started Tuesday night. fortunately, BHS also turned the ball Jan: 12, when Gainesville Eastside Poroot (77)( loko '.1/2. '?
covered '
Blye leaving .
!tno la. Told: a.JI-3/t. They london 2- .North Marion, -2, led all the way over many times.) Chandler an open lane to the basket visits Starke for 6:15: and 8 p.m..' YounoVH7,Wh oor 1.02. lolol.::,

for the winning layup.: games. _
Roadrunners .

'Compete I

,- wo members of 'the Bradford 'to

Roadrunners ,Club, Lori Sapp and ):
Cam Ward coached by George I r'

Loper, founder of the club competed : \1le
in cross country -runs held in '

Jacksonville Gator. Bowl,recently.Run... rte oto":6 11II1EDD1 VENTQRY

The -Annual'' Mazda:: ,Gator Bowl
,Run, held Saturday Dec.19,was a 10 I
kilometer-6.2 mile 'event,' par-
ticipated in by over 460 runners of aU 1.$

ages.The. ec1 '
grueling race was routed over, ,'..1'
two high level bridges;' starting at "
the Gator Bowl, crossing the Mat-. < /
thews bridge,wending through the e":6to REDUCTION
,city, back across the Hart bridge ; -
and ending again at the Gator Bowl. ,
,9.- ,
'.'' Lori Sapp was first in her age : 01\.. .:t" > : ,
9th overall
group in 4520; finishing
in the Women's Division. Cam Ward ,\ ', ''. BRLTc
was 9th in his age group in 45;16, ''I, \Jeeu \", ",', "

and finished 169th overall .in 'the ;.
men's division. if: .
C-t e I

Last Gasp Run..., : .: p '
I. .
Saturday, Dec. 26, both runners ; : "' ,
again participated in the Jackson-' \ "

Yille mile University trek ;around Last?"the Gasp university Run a 5 So Come, On .Down and Let Us

campus. .
Lori was'agam first in' her age ,
group,finishing in 37:30,and was the. Make l ou ,A "Super'.Deal!
6th woman overall. : ::" ''':'.;: ,
,", j" "' '
'Cam finished 4th in his age group, I w. '
'the 69th male overall, in' a time. .of ';, ', '
3501. '

,ages Between competed 150 and in this 200 event.runners of all '1982 f150 ((4x4), ) Y./A.C... .,,. ..'----r.. J,. '4495 1984 Buick Electra Wg. Loedocl.. .,.. :.q \*8995 '
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i 1 Track Season to Open.... 1982 Dodge Ram Charger ((4x4)) .. ..4995 1984 Pontiac Trans Aln'...,.. ....*.,.,$7495
The season will open for track and .

'field Coach events George Monday Loper. Jan.., l1'saysi j 1982 :Toyota, ((4x4)) ,,.n...... .'. .h. .."r$4495: 1982 Line. .:.. .. ...I.\, '6995

'All interested students of the 1984 F350 ((4x4)) XLiood..u..o O MI.. .,.,' 11,495 1982 'Vette .. Low MII"*. *.sh.rp.. y..., .15.495
Bradford Middle and High Schools '

should building report at the to corner the Track of Orange and Field and ,1984 Bronco (4x4)(( ) A/C.f... .'. ... ... ..'6995 1979 PIntO 3 l Dr.> .43.000 Ml.A/C. "., 4 :.. ..4. '2495

classes Adkins !next Streets Monday immediately for registration after '83 Chev.' Silver., PU'SW8Y... o./c.7495 1975 Mercedes 240.0. ... .ph. .. ...4495

,Lake" WeirOverpowers '83'F250 ((4x4)) S.Cab Turbo+to12,495( .

1986 Aerostat XLT u.d::+ sou New .y u.' 12,495

'1986 F150 Custom /Auto/.c/iwB.9995
BUS Mattnen
"Lake Weir is the strongest team '86 Bronco XLT T,5-5..., 902 o/Dr.Tr.n.Tow. 14,995,
we will face this year,'' said Wresting :

Coach Brett, Purdy.. "Ocala 1986 Suburban 4x2 ,* 12,495 :
Forest has won the District 8 champpionshap ; '
about eight years in a row, F250 XL oo.v.w.l 1,495
1986 .
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and Lake Weir Just '

BIIS 27-, Lake Weir 48... '1986. Ranger XLT, u>$8995

The third match of &be'season t-,4 '
after splitting the first two drops the ,1987". Crown. Victoria 4 Dr;.....<......, .. 13,995
Tornadoes to a 1-2 won-lost record.

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SnUltl (IW)ptanoa John O. William.
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LL-.Mvld fchwartt(I*) 10.Mo$ =3
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Six matches( In the Junior Varsity ?
division were paired:'

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Upcoming:.. Terwillegar

.61 I Next home match for the Tornado
grapplers Is Jan. 21when they will

.meet St. Augustine.jSchool for the 9$4-200' : 473-FORD.
Deaf and Blind. ; ,371-1096, 388-FORD, : -
Jan. 7, the ihatmen. travel to Starke Keystone Hgts. ,
Gainesville aeksonviU e
Gainesville High the 12th \ '
they will visit Eastside: ,and the 14tn i .I't',. :. '.:,/. ,,209.W..Vadl QI1:; '..'ii I, "-..<,n-. ,..V;.I ia8aViuiiiJ fcSfcrii--H! .'''.,, .*, "....State. Roat12l. .. ''' ....
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I- Thursday,January T, 19K8
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A Special Gift. .'. ,


A Lake Region.. family finally gets to bring its newest memberliome. for a special holiday season

By Anne Sponholtl '-'" ''to have Cody home,caring for him Is
LKM Editor a full time Job.
For Michael and Carolyn Faikel of Before he could come home
Melrose, Christmas had a'' very Carolyn had to be trained in the
special; meaning this year.'Two days special care Cody needed around the
before Christmas the Faikels were clock and she also learned CPR.
able to bring home from the hospital Because of his chronic lung 'condition
their youngest child, a son. Cody Is on oxygen and a
,Cody was born July 19 at Alachua ,monitor 24 hours a day.
General Hospital in Gainesville. He "The'doctor' said that he'll probably
was nine weeks premature and be on oxygen from one to two
plagued with chronic lung problems. years," Carolyn said as she held
immediately following his birth, Cody who is constantly attached by
Cody was transported. to Shands ''tubes and wires to. the oxygen and
Teaching Hospital in Gainesvilleand monitor.
placed' under intensive care Even Dr. Spock couldn't have
where he took up residence until just prepared Carolyn for what would be
before Christmas. involved in caring for Cody.
Carolyn explained that it was the He has a "G tube%which Carolyn
explained is Used to seed him directly -
perfect pregnancy. In fact the week ,
before.Cody made his surprise entrance into his little stomach. Carolyn
Into the world,her doctor had learned how change this tube, r.
told her he wished all tus patientswere 'which must be changed four times a .+
doing as well as she was. But day, how to replace it should it come
when Cody decided to come, there out, she learned to give him
was no stopping him and he breathing treatments whfrlt he
in at a fragile two pounds, fifteen receives regularly. She knows just K,' ,
ounces. what to do if the monitor goes off, Va ..,j ,
Twice during the past five months which it has done on two occasions,
the Faikels thought they would be and she is well versed in giving him
bringing Coda home. Twice those his proper medication. She also
hopes ,were met' with. disappoint knows what it's like to be on a ridged ... ... : ,.,, t I.. ,'"
I' r
time table, as everything has to be
ment.He almost came home twice But done by the.clock, such as feedings .J" ,
three hours. ,. '
one time he got a cold and another every .
time they cave him his DPT.shot, The Faikels have'a portable ox- \.. .;-<< .
which didn t go over with him at ,ygen supply and monitor, which will .} \
all," Carolyn said. be used during the weekly trips to R
But Cody wasn't about to spend his" the doctor. Other than going to the \
first Christmas in the hospital and doctor weekly, Carolyn said that the '.\
the'Wednesday.. before Christmas family will probably be staying close
Carolyn and Michael picked up their' ''to. borne for a while.
only son and headed home with him But you w n't fmd Carolyn com-,
During the nearly five months he 'laming about all the work Involved.
'was in the hospital/ Carolyn made She jus simply beams as-sherubs
i trips to Gainesville on a regular "Cody's little hand and gent\rocks
ba'H. trying to visit him- at least him. She has a hard time taking her
every other day when she could find ,eyes off him and he keeps his eyes
someone to babysit Cody's sisters glued to Mom. .
Amber who is 21-months-old and Cody now weighs a healthy seven Family Receives Christmas Gift... .

a Carmen student, who at is Melrose- Cotnumty pounds, 15 ounc and, has ,grown ''The Falkel family, Michael, 21-month old Amber 8 year old Carmen, and mother Carolyn 'celebrated a special holiday this year when the
School. Sec... newest member of the family, Cody, who was born nine months premature, was allowed to come home from the hospital after a series of
Those days seemed rough at times setback shortly after birth.'. ,
and.quite.hectic, Carolyn admits Cody... Although Cody Is till being cloely monitored to make sure he progresses smoothly with no new. setbacks the family.. Is glad to have him home
but although she is tickled to death Page 20, ,and with everyone together again,
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I 11 Counties Form Development: CooperativeEleven

counties comprising has taken a giant step forward to North .Central Florida Regional
Florida's Suwannee Valley Region promote economic growth and provide Planningtouneil with funding from hands
have formed an economic develop- job opportunities in the area/' the Jobs Training Partnership Act. Using your
'ment cooperative designed to. at. said' J.C Bell- chairman of the Its primary goals are to promote the .
tract new and expanded industry to economic' development committee region as an excellent location for
the area, with a goal of creating new of the North Central Florida Private new industry aid services, assist in
jobs for its residents. Included in the- Industry Council. "With our combined the retention and expansion of existing
group are Alachua, Bradford, Columbia forces and resources,our 11 counties industries, and ultimately is still the best
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, have a greater)capacity to attract .create new jobs for the 340 residents .
Lafayette. Madison,' Suwannee,. industrial prospects to the area of its 11 membership counties. :
I. Taylor,and Union Counties. and improve its quality of hfe'' See... .'
"-, "In ,making this cooperative effort The Suwannee Valley Regional,
,the Suwannee Valley Region ';organization is administered by.the Economic 211We're ''
Page to
way prevent

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Involved.........., .M no) 11. ,"

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Your home-owned and Bank .., .,. y

operated : ,'' ,'\.,... ."'.." ',,'. ... '

.,' positioned to. service your ,needs ., :. 'l:':< :":.: caricex.f

quickly' and, efficiently. ; ,,: f, qJ y

.;; It's a factthat, on out < yy'y

r For all your breast eleven,women.will cancer.. The good develop'

'"' news Is that now there's

banking needs,, way to-detect! breast cancer i

__4" -, see us first. six to eight'years earlier Introductory'', ,Offer for'
Just $75.00
than with self exams. This
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h $<>:< '>' ,"'4' < = ... ,;i precious time,could help

'J;' : p.t l AiNQJjJC; : _' ''WILL,:,; ow:;BE J pLpSEJDjJ: 'j tSATURD: Y y{fJ s.ave.your life your breasts This complete breast l

;; 1:UCw r'S"'lo": n)our/banking*;'cosrenIauce, ;!,;,,'outl; Branch Office .J' or both. It ,all begins: with a is: '

:l. <;h iati' : thfj: Markrtplace 1d ()pen:;'JrCtnX,1J; j.,m.tJtz.: .?p....'.-,;<..:J.lii f' (phone call.. just examination$75.00 and program takes ,,: ::"

;For your,convenience, our banking Iiour&are: less than one hour. So :";:' '

Bradford Hospital If you're a,woman 35 or'' "-

Main Branch -811 s. Walnut St. BRANCH .- 470 W. Madison St. Hospital Mammography Older, ,,now's the time, to "
'(Located In the hew WlnnDlxleMarketplace schedule mammography "
Lobby Program your "
Mon.,'Tue.. Thurs. 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. ".
Wednesday 9'a.m.. Ill 12 noon'' : program., ,
Monday; Tuatday ft Wednesday
Call us at'the' Bradford
Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. yam. to 4 p.m.> .
CLOSED SATURDAY Thursday and Friday Hospital We'll arrange a'\ Call Bradford HospitalRadlology.Department '

'Drive-In:. .9 am. to 6 p.m. ..convenient time for,you; '!
More. TuesOWed.. 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.Thure. S lurday" ;
A a FrL 7 6 p.m., ft .a.mto 2 p.m.' to come in for a complete .Monday through Friday, at ,

CLOSED .SATURDAY program Including! a 964-6000. Ext. ..165.j"

reduced exposure-level / It's.the best way of all-to .t... i

\I'I mammogram, and an .' detect breast cancer.

., Cornrnuni-ty.S-r-o-te'.Bahk education tape on breast 'IBRADFORD 1 '1$

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FDIC:. ." ", 811 S.,Walnut Street 964-7830 ; ,. ,'\1:r,. .' A SANTAFE HEALTHCARE CENTER
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'PugcZB 1fr.EGRAPJ_.TIM JS; & MOMTOIl( :SECTION, January 7,1988 .

Economic Cooperative 964-7725, GRIFFISGaS 46817,9240OOf1t ,

Formed by CountiesThe BTU "DEARBORN-

'Serving northeast Florida since 7947;' '

Bell said, "We know that our qualityof Residential Commercial Industrial ,Grills
North Central Florida Private life, our natural resources, workforce
Industry-,Council has provided educational opportunities, _, 20,Ib,cylinder,
1SO,000 in funding to promote the and transportation network are un- Starke. Offtc6: HWY. ,301 S.. of Starke Many models
region during the fiscal year. Bell matched anywhere, Now, were! go $ 19. 3. to choose
said the money will be used for ing to let the world know this is the 7 miles S of Starke
,direct mail promotion, ,12minute'videosand besf place 'In the country to do 'rorru
advertisements in 'national business." f. FAST Friendly Service '
publication, including 'the Chuck: McKeown, executive direc-
Wall Street Journal. tor of the Bradford County gas,heater. $298.00 ; Cash & Carry ..
"Collectively,Florida's Suwannee Economic'Council( also expressed V/S4 Rfi.
''Valley Region has as,much to offer ''great satisfaction, with, the new GAINESVIILE I :' 376-4677 w.....,..... YO, Dock
industry as.any area,of the state," organization." JACKSONVILLE: 771

Cody Comes

Home f 'P e lA, OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY

four inches since birth to 20 and a Winn-Dixie
half inches long TO GIVE YOU,A

Although Michael grew up'in the :- .- LOWER FOOD BILL
i i lake region,the Faikels have Jived in I
their present home, near Melrose, COMPARE OUR PRICES-YOU'lL LIKE,THE SAVINGS!
for the past three years/Michael\ is a '."\', ,
correctional officer and his parents, ,' I,, PRICES GOOD' QUANTITY RIGHTSRESERVED
Michael and Mabel Faucet, live in I I'' THURS. WED.. ,": ., ...
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Keystone Heights. JANUARY 7-131988
,Carolyn is quick to give credit to
both Michael and the girls,especial.
ly Carmen, for their help in caring.

for. "I Cody.couldn't' do it aU.without them. Join Us: for WinnDixie'sFounder's

Between them, they are my extra
hands, Carolyn said.
She was also filled with praise for' %
the staff at' Shands Teaching
.Hospital. = Day Celebration.
"They 'were so supportative. In .
fact they hated to see Cody leave
but it's so great to have.him home,,' 7 Where ,selection of at Low Prices
she said. a large high quality groceries Everyday ,

has ,become a 'tradition.
4;II Organizational o E1'HFE4q '

Meeting Planned Barrc M '

The New Year is' a good time to' 4OOD : ; ;yL
Join 4-H" according'to Rodney' L. STARKE
Buchele, Bradford County 'Coordinator. ", KB WALNUT ST-BHADfOBO; BOUMC SHOPPMO CSNTUk-MLI HoNe KW-M13
He promises a lot of fun,
'learning and good times for families' .
that Join 4-H.v;" EVERYDAY LOW PRICE, "
"All Starke area youth 8-18 andtheir
parents'are, invited. to, the .'
Starke 4-H Club: Reorganization ,''t
,'Meeting on Monday, Jan. flat 7'pm. / /- wo BRAND SELECT LEAN WH'OLEr
at the 4-H "Officesaid' .:.: .MAYONNAISE ALL VARIETies' RIB HALF (SLICED FREE)
uchele.:' The meeting,will include tt --.... '. .,.-'Jo! -
information about 4-H for new 1 COCA !
families! a 4-H doing activity and RE. I ,3208. 97C
sign-up and question/answer time. LOIN
Adult and teen volunteers are .5' ,

''needed Buchele to urges, assist interested with. the people' THRIFT; MAID $ 59 .k\ ; : $ 17

attend and find out how they can 6-PIL. 1 ;:
help. Buchele can' be reached by CATSUP.- 12-oL
caring 964-6280, ext.;229 if you have CANS # 1

questions. S L r 32.TL 39cALL N .! LB.

'TravisConcert YNYETIES
,Randy COCA COLA ,$149 1'1 ,, ,
.-7 .-. :ri .. : I

Set -. MMMHI ,
Special arts and lh .
welcome '
'GC-101 proudly Randy "'IIiI1I!. VARIETIES 'WHITE..YELLOW
-== Il j'lJlJ '
Travis to the Stephen C? Center on Thursday, Jan. 14 (7:30: i_ ......, .COLA .,."III GIANT *. n._ 67FAMMTCAO .
,' Iou.. PICNIC ., ,
p.m.Randy Travis is the current Male 2LTR.IlL 9 9 -: ; w e. IB. .
Vocalist of the Year as voted by the
Music Association and the m '
Always"album was voted Album of 79 ,
the Year by the Country Music Assn. OIL. p' .,. . ssf DETERGENT . "E CHOPS. ; ,. ... C'.' i. .I. II !I :
Gene Watson will be featured as a SPAGHETTI COCOA .
Special Guest performer and will 99C 99cSAUCE $151' WE WILL GlADlY sTEAM YOUR
open the show at the. Q'Connell .' ., ,,, 3i? MIX..t.'l, ,: ROAST.. .,; ... .'.... ''La' SEAFOOD PURCHASES fREE I
Tickets are on sale at all Select-A-: REGULAR'or JHINI $ ,CHUCK OCEAN $VI99
Seat Outlets. Gainesville locations 59C BEER"'S."' 458 $191
> I ,
include the University Box Office at SPAGH ETTI.. .,. % ., .. ,CAlIS ROAST ,. .,'.,,. 'll. PERCH, . ,, LA -
UF Sears at the Oaks Mall, Specs' MJ.PHO.HICKORY.. HCOHM(4.TO M COUNT)'
Music; and Recordsville.; Other """THRIFTY MAID, SUN COUNTRY SWEET ''WHITE $/99

;nearby Lake locations City, Sound are the Gardens Sound Shop'in in' ; ,4f.:!$119 WINE,COOLERS,0'. VS$265SHORTENING. BACON ,. I......._ ., .
Palatka and Flamingos in Ocala., uue t. WO WMMO Uft.CMOICC MIP OMtLCMTOP
Tickets.are, priced'at 13.50 plus 1 r : ''POWDERED CHEK' SIRLOIN AVAILABLE ONLY IN STORES WITH ,M' !

$be 1.25 reserved.service Tickets charge may All seats be charged will-. DETERGENT . :t 99" 'DRI NKS't\ 72c, ; STEAK . ... Lt $291 FISHERMAN'S WHARF. '"

by phone at, (904)' 392-1653 or
)-800-323-1328:.' .' EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
For further information on tickets, IJ
mail order, 'parking arrangements: QUAKER STATE MOTOR..OIL (. =YA..:
!and other details about the concert,. V BAR 'BARBECUE
10W40 . A99*
,please call 1-392-5500., I BEA$129 j SPARERIBS. .. .,
[ i. >> 10W30 ,. ..* -:,.$1" .......&O r.EMCM..
Turkey !I lAC"WITH JOH PHEI _.t-/ 30HD. t' .,>I ,;:,$104 ,HAM ITALIAN, 85,,

The Game'and Fresh Water Fish ::.-:::..8K TABLETS 2 TURKEY .. ,!$2 99L <
'Commission reminds hunters that sue:.T. 209 -----Ea--._,.::. M)UC -COOOLOOKIM COOKNI" /. BREAST ..,. i. '
Jan..10 is the last day of turkey hun-
ting season statewide, and it's also. .
the last day of deer hunting season, '
except in the Northwest Region. HARVEST FRESH ALL FLAVORS
Hunters may continue to take deer, 5 =
from Jefferson to Escambia Coun-, IRED DELICIOUS c PRESTIGE $ 2tUKMMIAMO 7 8
ties through Jan. 24. : HALF
bearded Also turkey'turkeys' hunters or may gobblers, take APPLES ; sas ICE CREAM. GAL.

statewide during the special spring r NARWaT I11EW .,,, ,'.t/ '
turkey season, ,;March 19 through IDAHO LIGHT

\ I April In addition Z4.' ; deer are legal'game / 1 POTATOES,'. .. ., ,... /. 9C ? SPREAD ,: . '. mtc 99" ".'
for the special archery and L r r HANVIST PMtM VMC HVft ---1
muzzleloading gun season in the CHOCO O CHARM
Feb.&-21, TOMATOES 48C 99"00
Northwest Seasons Region may vary on wildlife ;r ., . DRINK . .

management areas.Win'ning' .

;.z" FLORIDA $'00, 6 ;::" B SOUR Z $ -|




For $5 each. I PUFFS.. .r.. SUNMAID RAISINS ,, ," ,us' IU
s, uSaur'So* bW COC.IYT .V W "IT .

Students Include'' d, BUMBLEBEE, TUNA.a. ::'sl4s
Members of KHHS SUGAR ,
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I,". Constitutional Class Set at SFCC'U:, :'ti, :
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a part of Us celebration of the Constitution" will focus on the 178? the 3-f redit class, to be taught' by
Bicentennial the Santa Fe Com Convention itself: the debates,compromises Chuck McKeown, can be used as a
munity ColWgp Starke Center is and the end product whichis history elective for degree seeking
presenting a special Winter "Term the world finest constitution. Attendance students, or can,be taken for per
>course on the Constitution which << will also be given to the sonal enrichment Anyone 60 or over
begins this evening Thursday, Jan event leading up to and following trie"Foedvral" ... 1. Convention held ''m
I Philadelphia/ during the summer (if17H7 !r'nr 'more information, ,vail
"Specja( fopicnTh !964-5,182.; '

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WV'': 2 foR 1 PERMS ,'{ ..'>,(1(p;
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New Eagle... .: /:,..' FOR APPOINTMENT CAll:. 47 -486 ':', "\\,

Shaun Schmidt receive his Boy Scout Eagle rank In a special ceremony from former t,J NI ITINGAh: Sr. a KEYSTONE; lIEIGhn' '..;.t
scoutmaster David Montgomery. ""

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Shaun Schmidt. InductedA

New Eale Scout in ,Starke ATTENTION TORO OWNERS, !

by Buster Rahn ''The' Investiture... scout ,oath. While lighting the red Pick-Up ,& Delivery' on Any "
BCT Staff WriterA ,A number of,civic leaders and :candles Shaun gave a brief explanation FREE I Toro Rider '-. Good thru, Feb., 28
beautiful ceremony, the Investiture scouting officials participated in the of each of the 12 points. Call For Pick-Uo Today!
of Shaun Eric Schmidt,Into investiture, recognizing Shaun for The Investiture was followed by a
the rank of Eagle Scout was held his accomplishments in scouting and. reception in the church fellowship
,Sunday evening, Jan. 3, in the First schooling.Dr. hall ANNUAL TUNE-UP
United Methodist Church of Starke.A Wayne Whiffen, committee
goodly crowd of scout officials, 'chairman for Troop 70 greeted Academics...
scouts family and friends attendedthe everyone and made introductions.Jason .' Shaun graduated from, Bradford SPECIAL
rites, honoring Shaun for his exploits Monn,senior patrol leader High School with high honors in 1981,
in scouting: as well as' presented Shaun Schmidt and his 'winning a placein Who's Who in
recognizing his academic accomplishments parents Dr and Mrs.John Schmidt. America high school students In both
in Bradford High David Montgomery,former scout his junior and senior years. He was $
School. Shaun's scouting also a member of the National Honor '
Shaun is the'youngest 'of four accomplishments, ,Montgomery Society in his senior year. 24Clean i ,w
children ,of his parents John and served as scoutmaster of Troop 70 Shaun''has elected to 'attend'' plUS '
Verna Schmidt of Starke. His two' for about 25 years, and was Shaun's, Florida Southern .parts l ? ?
older brothers Todd and Dirk, are first scoutmaster, Lakeland, Fla.,a Methodist Church r w
Eagle Scouts,' and graduates of, Don Hardenbrook, former scoutmaster supported institution of higher learning Entire Mower
Flonda Southern College His sister, ,' was,'a stand-in for Lee with outstanding credentials.: His .
Cana, is also a graduate of Florida Hardenbrook, an Eagle Scout and three siblings are graduates of the ;, ,Change Oil t
,Southern College and vas active in assistant scoutmaster, in recitingthe 'same college.' Sharpen Blade
Girl Scouts. list of activity and merit badges Assisting him in attending the col-
Shaun. now 18, entered the cub ,and skill awards won by Shaun. ,Adjust Carburetor' f ,
scout program in May, 1978,and has Oleeta Hardenbrook,chairman of See... Eagle... Page SB 0 Clean Air Filter '*.4.
moved through the various grades, the Education Committee of the Lube Throttle ,' .
,to the most prestigious rank ,in First United Methodist Church, '
scouting In less than 10 years.In outlined the library project under E-Z WHEELS Check All Nuts& Bolts 't 4 !) "V
May, 1980, Shaun moved from taken by Shaun,in his pursuit of the ''
Adjust Brakes & Belts ,
N. Starke
1320 Ave. ,,
Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts, where he, Eagle Award. Temple ,
earned merit badges for the next Bryan Greene presented letters of 9647783Buy Service Tires & Battery.
seven years. The BSA Boy Scouts of ''recommendation and recognition ,. Grease All Fittings, r
,America) requires a scout to earn 21 received by Shaun,including letters Here. Pay Here '
merit badges to qualify for the Eagle from President Ronald Reagan,' We Finance .
Sc UD""f neat.u.G4YP171oc..SotLMaCttntc'4.v.: 't 1YAr yy, .., ... .. ,Rr.erJ&ea90n Sale Ojri, : AHMowers "
battr4hr the"lil ert6t}. I thomas I Hazouri Jacksonville., ," ." \" .." .,..-, y '" "" 'x, : :
Shaun was moving up the leadership Circuit Judge Joseph Tjoflat,chairman :;. ;;... .. ', ) (. )
laddei-of local Troop 70, becomingden of the N,Fla,Council, BSA,and 78,LTD 4dr,, new paint, & Catchersi .
chief in 1980. He was appointed A.D. Davis, president of N. Fla. low miles, nice car,
sergeant of arms in 1982 patrol Council BSA, president and chair i
I leader In 1983, assistant senior man of executive committee, Winn SPECIAL $395..Dowf'l
patrol leader'in 1984, Senior patrol Dixie Stores, Inc. :E-Z Payments '
leader in 1985, and junior assistant One letter, from 'anonymous
scoutmaster in 1981, a position he scouters Jacksonville, included a
continues to hold. $100 savings bond. '74 DOdge'Van'31,8, -
In Juy, 1986, Shaun received the Dr. John Schmidt,Shaun's father,
BSA' Lifeguard Award the only presented the Eagle Scout badge to automatic $395. Down
scout to receive the award in Troop his son. A signal honor, reserved to .E-Z
70 in the past 13 years, said John few, since only one scout out of a Payments
Schmidt, scoutmaster In order to hundred advances to the Eagle rank. HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS I
. receive the lifeguard award,a scout Dr. Bob Mulling Institutional!
, tt, i. must first earn merit' badges in Representitive (Rotary Club lof '81 Ford Van 6 cyl 4
,several water' related activities, Starke), gave the Eagle Scout speed. $395. Down 1 1I
such as rowing, swimming,canoe- charge to Shaun'and commentedthat ,
and he had also the E-Z Payments l :
ing, camping, safety small boat presented ,
sailing. He also earned merit badgesin ,charge to Shaun's brothers? Todd
citizenship in the community, in and Dirk. Dr. and Mrs.Mullins two, a 1 1 I 1// 4 4 S/
the nation,and in the world,and also sons, Robin and Glenn are Eagle
'" in communications, emergency'' Scouts, also. ,
preparedness, environmentalscience Rev.Ballard Wilson presented thechallenge.
first aid, nature, personal .,
management, pioneering In closing: the,ceremony, Shaun
.-several other fields.His most rent lighted the ,3 white and .12 red ,
"'scouting project was, moving, candles. The white candles represent -* v'e
reorganizing and cataloging the the Godhead, and the red ''No Down
church library. __' ___' candles represent the 12 points of the Money
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Horne As Cash

INSULATIONSAVE : ,,e Financing AvapablgLooks

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;; Home Cohamercial -,Industrial .' & ,
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Fibreglass Baits ,j I .
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New or Old Construction ::1 No Wax :lOO's'

Quality, Installa SAVE COOLINGDEAN ON: :. '

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: Fried Peking Shrimp Duck IJrJ 1' Many to'$I 99Sq.

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All You Can IatlweekS' .

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f. 6 .9 5 Fri.Only fr Sat. 'Yd.' ,Anso Worry-Free Stain

Lee's Restaurant & Lounge Resistant
lOa N. T.mpl. Avenue Stark $ 95 8s4-6601 11Carpet Yd.bwulled.

Lunch .._S., MAO w serve Regular Menu Alto ',
Dinner M.i-Thti ..... '"
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VISA ,,XPftlSB DINwr Mon-Thir n:30.1 t ,131 N. Cherry. StreetTeal

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48 TELI GRAPH|, TIMES: MO IToR- B SECTION January 7, lsnsNews
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. BriefsStarke I'
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Man DiesIn morning with only possible injuries. of Corrections 'officials' shaved 20days the state to stay below the cap set bya lighting; equipment In addition attention Union CountyThe .
Car AccidentA 'Jeffery Robert AlcClellan drivinga off their sentences in an effort federal judge will be directed to drivers Florida Highway Patrol will
1983 Ford, was eastbound in the to ease overcrowding in state So far,the state bas cut more thana who would violate the driver license be conducting driver license and
36-year-old< StarKe man became ram on SR-161t! 8 42 a.m.Jan 3, ac- prisons. year, 400 days.from the sentences laws of Florida. vehicle Inspection checkpoints during '
Bradford County fIrst's 1988 traffic cording to Trooper Phillip oC eligible[ inmate in the state prison The Patrol has found these checkpoint the week of Jan. 8 through Jan.
fatality January 4. Kraszewski McCIellaiv lost controlof Forty of those'prisoners lace de- system: *to be an effective means of en- 14 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231,SR-241,
Walter Mike Klip was dead at the ,the vehicle, going onto the tainers from other law enforcement f 4 forcing the equipment and driver SR-238 CR-18, CR-237 CR-229
scene of a head-on collision on shoulder striking a reflector sign agencies and will be'' released to license laws of Florida while/ insuring CR-12S. CR-231A CR-24A and CR-
'CR-229 three miles[ west of Stance at posTwith,, the right side of the vehicle their custody to face further FID Troopers the protection" nf nil...," ..r* t"(, 796A in Union County __
'I 11 15 p,m., according: : to Paramedic The car then rolled over a charges according to DOC License
Cliff Chapman, culvert and into, the' ditch, said spokesman Bob MacMaster ,
Klip driving a tl 1981 Chevrolet, Krazewskl. Vehicle Inspections Sale
eastbound on CR229, crossed the McCleUan was cited for careless The "gain time" award was made Bradford FOREMOST. Z.tS 1'RICE-WISE
conterline four feet and struck head- driving in the accident. Damage to through a program that the County Prlces
,on a westbound 1978 Chevrolet the Ford was $3,000.Moonshine [legislature[ passed earlier in 1987 to The Florida[ Highway Patrol will g.fU"AI' + ._ Good
pickup, according to Trooper Enoch ,relieve jam-packed 'conditions in be conducting driver license and ;
Fraiser Klip was not wearing a sell prisons.In vehicle inspection checkpoints during v comb ne bring you
belt, said Fraiser. February, the legislature gave the week of Jan. 8 through Jan. LOWER PRICES! J on. 13
Dnver of.the pickup, Joie David .FoundIn Gov. Bob Martinez the authority to 14 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230, SR-18
,Par a more,. 69, of Starke and make the early releases when the: SR-16, CR-18. CR-16, CR.21B.
.a1lSt'ngerJack Dale Paramore, 16, Abandoned Car prison population reaches 99 percentof CR-225, CR-12S, CR-229, CR-231
were uninjured In the accident They Union County deputies found old- a court-imposed population cap. CR-227, CR-221 CR-230 and CA-100A
were both wearing sell belts, said time moonshine, in the trunk and in Bradford County.Recognizing Ten, High Canadian
Fraiser, back seat of an old Cadillac By giving inmates a certain the danger presentedto Raynal'
Trooper D. C. Roberts, was, Christmas Eve The car was abandoned number of days' credit for gain time, the public by ,defective vehicle Bourbon 'Lord V.S.O.P.
Homicide Investigator. in a ditch on SR-231 near the or time off for good behavior, prison equipment., Troopers will concentrate '
Baker County line. officials[ can let inmates go a short their efforts on vehicles being Calvert .
Recent ArrestsIn Sheriff Jerry Wtutehead said the time before their sentences are operated with defects such as bad
scheduled to That enables brakes, tires and defectives
20 gallons of moonshine, bottled In expire. worn
Bradford CountyThe wine Jugs, were the first ,he had
,following( \ arrests were madeby come across since he became sheriff 699 1299 849
local authorities 1 In Bradford three years ago.
County during the past week. Traffic "I had"' an expert come up and WAREHOUSEOPEN lTR 1.75 750
arrests were predominate' smell it, Whitehead said. The expert HO
can claim decades of experience
Horace Tyson, Jr., ,47, was ar- He is the sheriff father TO PUBLIC Schenley Smlrnoff Canadian
,John Whitehead,who smelled plenty
rested Jan 3 for driving under influence Gin'Vodka Club
(DUO, according to Trooper during lots of moonshlnereleatedarrests
his 32 sheriff Family Designer
Donald Dean Bond-was set at In years as ,
before the job went tb his son.
$362.50, he was released on his own -
Lab! tests will confirm the sniff of Pairs F
recognizance; detection I done by the senior 'W

Chris A. !Mclntosh, :W,' of Lawtey 'Whitehead but there is little doubt. PRO-KEDS CANDIES Any Pair
The car's owner, a 59-year-old JORDACHE PONY 789 89,9 1 199
was arrested Jan 2 for driving w hi le. Jacksonville $ 99
man Is a suspect,but it
license suspended (tDWLS;, according CONNIE PAOLINICONVERSE
is 'qUite possible someone else, was Value
to Patrolman Michael McClam
dnvipg the car,"Whitehead said. LOTTO u. tso.oo LTR LTR'l TR
was released after a $210 surety
bond was posted. SPAULDING L.A. GEAR i ",y ,,_,_ a,_ ____ _____w__ _. _> ..,
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Kenneth W. Shealey of Hamptonwas Inmates Win ;<" 'Y' -', ";,'P ':wfS'; :

arrested Jan. 1 for DUI, accor- ,. ,,. }. ,d "" ,
Early Release 417 E4w rrf M. (Acres* fr m Bradford Sq. Stark*) ,
ding to Trooper Dean. Shealey'sblood '" '.
alcohol content was .16 per' Eighty-two inmates won early 'h ;
cent. He was released after a$362.50 release. last_week when Department _, >!!!!q\J.) ::' ,:
surety bond was posted.
SATELLITE: AND PlayIng Every: Fri. & Sat Nlghf'Tl12 A.M.
George L.,P-nkney; 49! Hawthorne ELECTRONIC REPAIRS
'was arrester t Jan. 1 for DUI, accor 1 PHYSICAL, THERAPY The Ray' Parrish Band
'ding to Deputy Barty King. He was ,f, SATEUJTE/TOWER Systems.We
released after a $362.50 surety.'bond, ,JERRY1,FISHER* PX; service. Satellite towers, antennas. '
was posted video & audio equipment.IRDINTEGRATED .,
"Anthony Thomas Wolr'was' arrested "' DESCRAMDLER SYSTEMS.Stand
Jan 1 for OWLS,according to ,alone available.
Trooper Kenneth Ethendge. He was UHF-VHF antenna towers U11GE;

,posted.released after a $210. cash bond was serviced-Ins tailed, 10 years Starke1 mile North of Starke on' US 301

""LONGCHAMPHOMES' ,experience-warranty applied. Free OPEN '' : .
David Ray King, 22, of Putnam Estimates. Call 371-1736 or
,Hall was arrested Jan. 2 for DUI, 496-2284
wiLful-Wanton reckless driving, improper '
tag, according to Patrolman
Mack Short. King's blood alcohol IN THESE
,content was ,15 He TIMES.
released after a $621.25 percent.surety bond.was MOWS THE TIME IF YOL 'RE .

was posted. READY TO ....
Lamar Ardley of Okeechobee was Ik l ogY1UXRre; =.ff edUQeral arw .

,arrested to Patrolman 0*<:. 31 for Short.DWLS He, according was 'jWe' e building a bdbdfifxi! home i ir> Deer-; "rangemer>ts is more than a-corv lit I .I','"

released after a $210 cash, bond was 'wood Subdivision and YOU can'' 'choose, the venience it iSalmost a necessity. ji

posted, custom finishing t touches (Carpet Paint- .

Johnny Paul'Cribbs, 40, of Cabinets Tile
Etc) Why postpone making ,
Alachua[ was arrested Dec. 31 for arrangements I
DWLS, according to Patrolman K, for i
R. Hinds,Jr. He was arrested after a, your funeral?
$210 cash bond was posted. Located. on lot No, 14, Deer;wood Call us or come by for the /, Hn'I;
US. 301 South Starke'call'LONGCJiAMP
Wayne Robert Johnson, 43, of plans that are available.; ...
Hampton,was arrested Dec. 31 for
DWLS, according to'Patrolman HOMES
,Short. He was released after a $210
cash bond was posted. I
Walter Jordan Padelford 23,'was .
'arrested Jan 3 for' DWLS 'and ,' ''For Complete Details 514 Nona Street, Starke 964-6200 Hwy 100 & Cypress fit. Keystone "
of ( ,
possession cocaine crack, according .
to Patrolman McClain. He ) ----
was released after a $1,150 surety ". ('" .
bond was posted. : ,1'1

Union Joe Usher.County 60, of' Lake Butler was' I H Hear Your Favorite Music

1 arrested Dec 30 on an affadavit for ,
cruelty to animals, ,according ,to :J' .
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. Usher is ', :',..\\i;, .,''''j charged with shooting and killing a :':'Ii\; \)" '",.: i{.; 'h,' '' ;'
hunting dog belonging to Lake ,(, .
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Butler City Councilman James E. I with Fisher ,,r, ;
IS :ir. ,
(Jimmy) Whitehead He was released ,; .Superb Sound/ ",. ''I'itlj:,>, ,!,> : It":": ", ,',, ,,
on his own recognizance. 'f! {f:"" ,,' \
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In .Early Morning RainA "" .i\\I'f ,,\\ .. '
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19-year-old Starke man escapeda per :

one, car accident early Sunday ------ Features' ':. ,
Control -
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Po system"deliverS the music of your favorite artists ,with :a

powerful, clear ,sound. And, you can enjoy listening to

Classes OfferedAt = 'them on a dual cassette deck, turntable, and digital i -

Vo-Tech ---- "' P AM/IFM receiver 15-function wireless, remote,control

Education''Bradford, a,County division of Community Bradford- gives,you convenient command of the components' while,

Union Vocational Technical Center cabinet them with hand '
announces these upcoming courses. a custom-designed displays ; : a .

Beginning Flower Arranging, = e ;some look. You, can also create, your'own audio/video/
Tuesday,Jan. 12 thru February 16,
fee $18. llJtTWfJIIIIIllll system by,adding an optional Fisher;stereo'television! .
Beginning Cake. Decorating ,
I Tuesday Jan. 12: thru February 9, ;
fee $15., S
,Computers.for,Beginners, Mon $699ooSystem'8706 '
da thru Feb. 15,fee $17.. ,
Advanced Computers '
Wednesdays, Jan. 20 thru Feb.. 17,' Features '
'fee $35.All : '
classes are from 7 to 10 p.m., D 100-watt per channel quartz;digital synthesized 'receiver ,

and require to Charles pre-registration Thomas. according with 24 station presets ((6AM+18FM) and built-in 5-band ; .

For further Information., call t graphic equalizer '*; ..
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y 964-4150 or 864-6800 ext..120.- ., D Dual cassette deck (for convenient cassette-to-cassette,.. recording) ,

with high-speed : ,
dubbing "

Home Entertainment Concepts' D',15-function wireless remote control ', it.:}

,,t. Bradford. Square Shopping Center D Semi-at tomatiC turntable with !low-mass tonearm :,,, .
964-6946 D 3-way 12" speakers with,magnetic, field compensation '.' "r .,;, ,

:D Component cabinet with height-adjustable casters ;
Brown sugar will keep sort if removed I-Q'.I FISHER 100 watts per,channel minimum"RMS power,Into 8 ohms from 20Hz-20kHz,,::;;. "

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I Silver Stars, Square Dance. Group'GoingGreat: /! -,'j:-, ,'':", j" I : ,:' .

f'A local group has come together to ,
a new dance
called the "Silver square Stars;',with group.the Have you been, paying more than you
elubname: related to the silver should for
mane of the caller Ken Perez.
Ken is referred to as the "Silver Copy Machine Rental?

Fox grey,"hair because, the result of his of prematurely an accident ,Start the Year off right, with a machine

some years ago, when he came in that is reasonable to rent.
contact ,with a high ,voltage wire,,
with near fatal consequences. A few $45.00 per month minimum rental, 'plus
months later his hair turned grey cost.
The first class was formed about
15 months ago, with 10 couples For information call the Office Shop, 110
graduating in March 1987 The second -
West Call St. Starke Fl. 9049645764CARE
Class with 16 persons enrolled ,
+was formed in September, and will
graduate in February. Club
membership is nearing ,SO, with
several persons transferring in from
Other groups
The Silver Stars hold a dance
every Thursday evening, from 8 to \
lo p,m,, in the Presbyterian Church
Fellowship Hall at the intersection
of Bessent Road and E. Call St. t
Ken and Joyce Perez began A
square dancing in 1979, with Ken '
beginning to "call" dances the next M- .
year, i in 1980 Ken had first square I '
danced as a teen-ager, but went'' The Silver Fox at Work... Each Thursday night Perez calls for The Silver
several years In between without, Stars, his mainstream square dance club in the
dancing,He now calls for three other Ken Perez known as the Silver Fox because of his Fellowship Hall of St.Mark's Episcopal Church on east
clubs, in addition to the Silver Stare Inane of grey hair calls for his square dance'class Call Street (SR-230); In Starke, across from the.old
Ken a native of Jacksonville_ Tuesday night. Jan. S, in the Klngsley Lake Civic part of Bradford Hospital.
employed as a teacher's aide by Sun- Center.Perez teaches square dance from 8-8 p.m. each Dancers shown above (I-r. are Kay Padgett, Roy i:7ct'4j: ;
'chine Industries. He and Joyce live Tuesday then calls for an advanced square dance Austin Pat Slack Donald !Martin and Katie Stokes, : vi
'between Starke and Keystone' club. Tommy Edwards can be seen in background.a CARE BEARS LIVESHOWTIMES *
quisite to membership.' \ The club dance. To reclaim the club's banner 'a "square,",of four couples. :;
Th'e cost is minimal with a charge r camps within a 100 mile radius of ,4 couples must attend a dance in The "Die Hard"award is given to Tue. Jan 19 4. 430: pm & 8:00 pm 3 Ways to get Your Tickets'
of of dancing
$5. per couple for,2' hours ,Jacksonville every fourth week-end, the club that hold the banner. Stealing anyone who dances five consecutive' Wad.-Jan 20 4:30pm: & 8:00: pm' IN PERSON; University Center Box
the 'new 'club is at camp grounds providing rec hall another club's banner providesan nights. TICKETS Office and all Select A Seat Outlet.
Joyce 'Says
facilities. The camp ground at Salt opportunity to make new friendsin The "Knot Head" award Is PHONE 3921653, Mod-fn,
soliciting couples to join, but singlesare in given ALL SEATS RESERVED BY ;((904)) ;
Springs, the ,Ocala
welcome, also, Forest Is a favorite site. Rational nearby communities' and dance to a member' who travels a Children (under 14)):$4.00, 5.50 8:00: am-5,00pm Only,
Partn "Banner .clubs.' minimum of 100 miles one way to Adults $6.SO. 8.00, BY MAIL: Send sell addressed
stealing"is an intersting
Swing Your r... Dangles''are awards for off beat dance and returns home the same
i' the Swingers" were ploy, in which visiting darcers can fun,such as dancing on the grass, or night. PRICE INCLUDES TAX stampede envelope to University,Box
'. the first"Strawberry square dance club to'form in claim a club's banner,if.the visitors in the street. The dancing must havea Officers of the Silver Stars are For Information Call: 392-1653 Office, REITZ Union, University of Fl.
can bring a minimum of 4 couples to Gainesville,FL 32611.
; Starke,and danced for several years caller present and be composed ofT Donald Martin; president; Wanda
before disbanding four of five years Jenmson, secretary-treasurer; and ArtUM atO'Cnn llC.mUrB.ZOfflo*.
,ago. This seems to be a pattern for .. LeRoyce Edwards, publicity S l ctAat Outl.U M *t Ar *
!square dance clubs unless ,See me at chairperson. 1/toich.nt./ .
recruiting Is done on'a continuing ..ftfie1d'T"
,basIs. People tend to burn out over a Terwillegar'Motors
period of time. '
To counteract burn-out, clubs fre- i t 'n' l '
,quently form common interests ..' '
other than dancing: An area group for Wes :: :

"Drift Around Squares,"has a common q'' '' New &f'Used Vehecles
Interest in camping,and ownership "
of camping equipment a re- t .' BYxS c P'CCL7 '
209 W. Madison St.. Starke; ,

Lottery'' Begins ,964-7200 '' '

in 3 Counties K Eddie Starling 2B.R/1 BA, 6:56 SQ. 'FT MOBILE HOME: ?

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Next Tuesday, Jan. 12, Florida LAWN and $130, 80 PER-MONTH
will launch its first instant lottery ..
game called "Millionaire." FLORIDA GARDEN CENTER
Tickets will be $1 each, and will go :Example:, 1,
on sale at 24 locations in Bradford pEST 537 E. Call St.
County; 7 Handi Way Food Stores ONTROL 1 964-5745 '
inducting Hampton and Brooker; 2 $8995. cost / :John D. Brown'sHcii'e .

Littlei Champ .Stores, 2.8tep,,Saver cMpicut* t ,, .. ,
$450. 5% tax < > -" ,"
Food Stores,, MajiK Mar etl"Joy" -.f ,. rC/ / ; f "
Food Store, Suwannee Swifty, 301 G'AgnDE $100. ,Tag,& Title: : t Center Inc.
Sandwich Shop,
Lounge, Carla's '" ,
Eckerd Drugs, Mitchell Drugs, Jax 0 Ft's Usrc $9545. :,
Liquors, Pep-O Service, Station, 'Y A Mpf OR em t tt+a 955. 10% Down $_ X1650 N.Tempre Ave.
KOA Campground Tenneco Station, W EO.NOMt ae 5-ts >>. .*
Winn Dixie and Econo Lodge NmW aWe garde vtl su+ ac alit $8590., ., (Hwy 3'01 N.)

The Jr Food Store and the Flea 11 out teams t0 PtdWa $130.80 month for : > > Starke Florida 32091 "r' ,
Market in Waldo will also sell the y lrrsec end sPo tl1 6 Y per 't. ,, ,:
tickets. In Lake Butler and Union 10 j ff< ,, "
5 Handi Way Markets&.S tesutts ,
County Food Store Suwannee Swifty, eky I tae. VAPAM Model # 2482KS &.'' f.'t", ',:,,' '964- 6503 ,., .

Clarks Meats and Cattiemans Meats 799 Serial # 3513 ., ,
will be ticket sales locations Gallon :f'f>, Sa r f" ,;')

To play the game simply scratch
off the green area marked by, '$' SEED POTATOES ..
. ,
signs on the ticket. If three matching 0 l 4849 -
prize amounts appear you have won Red or White ,.. w .' ,, 1 Ib. 25
.the amount shown. '
Prizes will range from a free
ticket,$2, $5$25$50,$5,000,or entry R ... : r..ti .. r.a ,
e e w
into the ,Millionaire Grand Prize:

Two GrandPrize: drawings will be TILLER SALE
held during the game, one in mid-
February and another in mid- .
March when the first game ends. Easy to start t
Four $10,000 winners, four $13,000 '. Easy to operate
winners, two $25,000 winners; two' Easy to own 'Sit
$50,000 winners and two million ,. NO down of ConditionDecember' -
,,dollar winners will !be; drawn for money to, Statement .
each game qualified buyers 4
20 attachments ,
Accepts -;
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EagleFrom Modet990-8 Model',#990-6 Model 1 '#220

P.4B I AsSETS 1'1987.' 1986 rncTt'iIi(%)

= ills 18--24" wide Tills 18"-24"" wide Front tine tiller "
lege of his choice are two scholarships '
? taken together provide full 4 speed plus, 4 speed plus cultivator 4 HP, Cash & Due From Banks $1.426.952 $ 1,205,715: ,18.30,6
tuition for the lour years requiredfor reverse 8HP reverse 6HP chain drive federal Funds Sold .'3.935.000 4.970,000 .20.8%
a baccalaureate degree.. Investment Securities, 7,301.454 6.138.592 18.9%
The Florida Department of Reg.1049.99 Reg.909.99 R 9.450.99 Loans & Discount Receivable $,14.624.470 $ 13.154,657 11.2 xfi
Education awarded the Academic '
,Scholar Certificate to Shaun, which Jess Unearned DIscount ((474.926)) ((445.535)) 6.6%
usually goes to the class valedictorian saV899.9S a\e709 a\e379 5 less Loan Loss Reserve 087.873)) 040,658)) '33.6%
but not always. In some Net Loans 13.96t.671 12,568.464'' 11.1%
cases, if no student maintains a 3.5 Only 36.00 a month Only 32.00 a month Only 15.00 month Interest Earned Uncollected 355.296 329.903 7.7%
overall average for four high school House & Fixtures 64.463 %
Banking 687,4225,8
,or makes less than 1200 on the'
SAT years test, the award will not be COMPLETE PEST CONTROL SERVICES Call 964-5745 Other Real Estate 0 :' 0 I
made Other Assets '57.727 '20.990 175 (JOj,
:;roTAL ASSETS Ii 27,685.563 2525.921,08.76,8% I. .!

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EXCAVATING Demand Deposits ,.Ii. ,12.923.780 ,12.831.040: 0.7% :I IOficlal
Checks. 365,157 413.407' 11.7%

Savings Accounts 1971.196 1.632.65720.706,
''f\\ BULLDOZING FILL Certificates oC Deposit' 8640.897 7.587.163\ 13.9%

DIRIA ToW Deposits" 23.901,030, 22.464.267.6.4%

,., LAND CLEARINGPONDS Re.serveAccounts ", 146.416 -' ',190,19123.0%
Other Liabilities 55.737"r 26.085 11. 3.7%
'TOTALLIABILITJES 24.103.183'',' l 22,680.543 ,6.3%
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C PITAL, ','
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Capital Stock ,200.000 '" 200,000, 0.0%
Surplus ,i 1.800.000 1.800.000 0.0%

CONSTRUCTIONRobert Retained Earnings : ,.I ,1.582,380 1.240,544 276 1
TOTAL CAPITAL ', ,82.38O4; 3.240.544 10.5% '

Worrell Owner ,, ,;. '," \ ,
Worthington Springs Florida TOTAL LIABILITIES I -

AND CAPITAL' 27.685,563 25,921.087 6,8% ,;: .

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AFTER HOURS. 462-902394 395 Wes: MainStreetP.O.., Box 358 Lake Butler 496-2JOt' .

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted I I WANT TO DRINK 205 N. Tentpl.'Stark.
to the Bradford County WE NEED GOOD HOMES t gentle pony THAT YOUR BUSINESS I
Telegraph office In writing and paid In YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE 2 Border Collies, and 1 Australian WANT TO STOP' > .
advance unless credit: 1* already STORE: Choose from Jean/Sportswear Shepherd Call Kris, 964:6924. TFmf THAI OURS [Cecelia Terwllleqar I
Ladies, Men, Chlldren/Maternltyi: Alcoholic ,
established with this office ,PONY FOR SALE Pinto mare, 1, Anonymous .
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD large Sliei, Petite, yr. old. $150. Call 964.5116 young, 12/10TFee ,o4.4IJO-I 'o4-2000 .....NEW LISTINGS..... .
RESPONSIBLE FOR' MISTAKES IN 'Dancewear/Aeroblc:, Bridal Lingerie HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDEi Recognized p"lioN$/31 '262 S. MYRTLE ST.i Home( 2 car garage, new Interior, CH4A.2 (R. 1 Bo.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER or Accessories Store Add Color sole .and effective by US Bureau- of CHAIN LINK FINCh 'Installed. Free new stove C refrlg. $30,000 Financing Available.
THE TELEPHONE Analysis. Brands Name: Lix Clalborne, Veterinary Medicine against hook; estimate Handy-Man Fence Co. "42 N.WALNUT 3 BR. 2 Ba, Handyman' dream. 38000.
Classified deadline Is, TUESDAY ,Health Ie", Chaus. l... St. Michele. round: and tapeworms In dog < cop Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tin DUPONT lOAD (Lawtey) One acre surveyed. $6,000 cash.
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. Forenza Bugle Boy. Levl.' Camp Beverly GOLDKIST, US! 301 N.. 964.7871. '12/24 HANDYMAN carpentry, pointing, elec- BRICK BLDG., 4000 tq.ft. (unfinished Inside) off Morgan on NW 42nd Ave.
Classified display deadline I TUESDAY, ,Hill. Organically Grown Lucia 8tchg2'11 Irlcol, complete homo repair. on 1.5 acre*. Built a* a lodge but could convert to your own "... $60,000,
i:00 P.M Special Classified display Over 2000 others Or 13.99 On. Price TWO HORSES 8 year old white geldingquarterhorse Reasonable ,ot...licensed contractor. ......HOMES.LOVEL't .._
placement I* NOT Guaranteed. Designer, Multl TI.r Pricing Discountor $400: 11'year-aid whit.Appaloosa .. RB0049306 Call Mitch. 473-3940.1/9tfn 3 BR, 2Vt Ba custom built home, LR.with fireplace. DR. eat-In kitchen -
Minimum'chorg. for classified ads I I. Family Shoe Store Retail Price for kid LAWN SERVICE; Residential i commercial
gentle great .
very extra large utility ,room screened. porch garage, CH4A, thermal'
15 word for $3.50, then 1 15 :cents for unbelievable 'for lop quality shoes normally $700. Coll 964.4873 after ,S 30 p.m. ,, landscaping tree removal, lawn Window. acre of 'land: $68,000.
each word thereafter. priced from $19 to $60. Ov.r 250 12/31 2tchg 11'FRU 'vacuumed No |lob too big or (.moll.Fr. .
BRICK 9 BR. 14! ba, LR kitchen-dining utility ,1004 N.
area carport room
Brands,.2600 style. $17.900 to$29,900. .. estimates 964.4238.115 TF
Fixture ten. Thompson St. Beautifully (mulcted, low utility bills, 45255.
Inventory, Training Airfare, SEWING MACHINES sale and ervlce.,
old 964-6514. 11WATERFRONT
Grand Opening etc.Con op.n 15 day. Itpd all make cleaned, oiled, odjuiled,, BRICK 4 BR or SIR, 2 ba..approx. 1900 *f., one acre 9 yr*. old between
Mr Loughlln ((612)) 888-4228. Itpd T/7 $15. All work guaranteed. Corner .,Starke IL Lowt.y.
PERSONALS DEALERS NEEDEDI New Energy product. PROPERTY Morgan Rd. B CR 16,9648733. 12/3TF BEST NEIGHBORHOOD 365 E. Mimosa Large Immaculate, brick home,
sloshes lighting costs up to 50%, High NEW CREDIT CARD No one refused! Ma CHSA; nicely landscaped lot 296x148 $67,000.

510.000'CASH PRIZE It'Holiday Inn local .profit, no inventory no gimmick SAMPSON LAKE' ESTATES'' Lake front' for Credit Card more. Get your cord .LUXURY.SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful
tont." If you can sing and stardom I i. limited dealership available. ENERGY and lake access lot available from todoyt Call 1-518-459-3734 Eat.C-3377 Spanish style home, 3450 *.f.. 10 acre,sprinkler system, 4 BR. J'/t boo formal .
your dream call 1-615-297-9300, Ex,. PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION ((303) $9000 Zoned Res/mobile home. V4 24 hr*. 12/24 3tpd 1/7 LR,fully equipped klt h.n.lg. FR. brick fireplace, patio, pool, ceiling
S523 fcan 88-4' 597.1818 icon 88.10 'mile west of Starke on beautiful FIREWOOD S55 for long wlieelbose fan, 2 car garage, new roof toned Agrl., 2 ouum. mtg., $135,0001
A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE, DISTRIBUTOR WANTEDI) National Company Sampson Lake ((2000 + acres) Excellent truck load with free fat lighter, ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco; block beauty with 3400 *.f. 6
...Australian European Scandinavian ,In'tnock food Industry will op- fishing skiing and booting 964.4238.10/29 TF yr*. bid on 2V4 acre In Lowt.... area. Spacious,..EIegant..Prestigel
High School Exchange Student' arrive point distributor, for this area. MUST BE 904.964-77SS CHILD CARS In my home for working ROOM TO GARDEN Palm St.. 3/2 brick, new ,roof carport, new Carrier
'Ing in August Become a host 'family for ABLE TO START NOW! Minimum In. ,v533.2038. Owner/broker, 8/l3lfnchg mother 9646499. 1/7 2tchg I/My heat pump large screened porch utility shed extra lot.
American ,Intercultural Student Exthong. vestment; $8600. Call 1-80O-327-7251. WANTING TO GET AN EARLY STAir ON CONSOLIDATED HOME B. OFFICE OR APT 9 :
Lawtey area
.. Colt 1-800-SI8UNG.. icon 68.S fcan 88.8 LAND FOR SALE SPRING CLEANING Any lob-painting DEERWOOD SID brick 3/3, pool Acres... $105,000

FREE PAGEANT INFORMATION: Girl yard work. detailing any vehicle, |lust MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2.:2 story, 12 acre $ 85.000
,4 12. Little, Junior and Preteen Division to name a few. No set rate, every lob
HOMES SAMPSON LAKE:3/2.1985 DW fireplace, lot I 50 000
*. All participant receive' tiara and LOT IN CITY S6.000. Call 964.5764; after treated Individually. Give m. a call high .
trophy. Winner compete In national FOR SALE 5. call 964.5251.3/07 tfn and f II give you on estimate. Call Neva. EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR. 2 Ba, 1 acre, let's go country J 62,000
pqgeant. Call 1.800.53SrAR.. fcan 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide at 964-5464 782-3462.. Itpd 1/7 ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, Reduced, quick ,.01.1$ 19,900
88-1 Inla 10 acre or more tract.964-7771 or SISTER SOPHISi Palm Reader, advice on BROOKER:3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oak S/D,...'rolol 5 44 000
196 LOSERS WANTEDi Lose up to 29 GOVERNMENT HOMES:$1.00(U Repair). 9644537. 3/14 Tfchg business, love and other problem MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acre, 3/1CB. CH/A..o near $ 40,000
pounds, ,Inches. cellulite this month.' Buy Direct,Repot S Tax-Selted Proper- MOBILE HOME LOTS, ane acre and up. Special readings this week with thl.1 CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Ba,CH/A from. $ 41,000
Doctor recommended fr.. ,shipping tie*. Get'' the FACTS TODAY! Call Several) locations. Som. with hookups ." -ad. 71J2.9802.ltpd 17COMMERCIAL LAWTEY BR, 2 ba, 2 story 1 acre, 100 yr*. old ) 36,000
THIS WILL 8E YOUR LAST DIET (refundable) 1.518-4S9,3546 Ext. H3377 all with EZ,
) Call' 24 hrs. l/73tpd 1/21 term Ralph Bryan .....COMMERCIAL.;....
6126421915. Icon 88-6 Realty 964 8878. 9/24 TF
2 BR, 1 BA with 2'car garage': Perfect for THREE ACRES NW 5.4th. PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE ENTERPRISE ZONE: : 145'xl65,near hasp. 5 25000.
'retired couple. Easy walking distance miles. Termsi $8500 Hwy. 16 West 4 THOMPSON HII'; ..f., brick Enterprise Zone Benefit $ 80000

REAL ESTATE 'to new shopping center' $29,999 Call down unpaid balance cash 8 /.. or 6 years.Signs $2500. 30f N: 1.5 acre, MH hook-up, 2 bldgs', 240;on 301, great value ,$ 37,000
FOR SALE 964.5606.. 4/30 tfn8's on property land cleared. Jox 301 N: byE ono lodge 165.01'on 301 $120000
% ASSUMABLE on $22,000 3 BR, 2 17817758. Itpd 1/7 FOR LEASE.1.000*q. ft.,'301 South, nextto 301 N approximately t5Of x approx. 220'' $125000
ba brick veneer home with fireplace United Realty C)64-8a.8 964-8447 301 N: Dairy Queen Building '''''option? Reduced, $ 85000,
REPOSSESSION AT LAKE ALTO in Waldo, and garage on S acre Beautiful home. ''or eve, 4733627. 4/16 Hnchg 301 S: 19:3': 301 frontage $ 85,000
Fla: 3 BR..2 full baths, 1344 *.f, on,1V. Reduced to $59,500 United Realty of WANTED 3500 SQ. FT. ON 2 FLOORS 137 8 139 E. 301 and Washington Street,269.5*103 $ 9L500,
ocr., Carpet, fireplace., chain. linked., Stark, 964-8447 or 473.3627. 11/12 TF Coll St. Available D.c.15 for lease with 301 S:,139: ft. on 301, opprox.,2 acre (possible Acres) $150,000 .
full closed-In garage.. Appraised, at REMODELED 3 BR I I. bath, screened' Call 1-356-6849
option write .
,$62.000. will sell for$44.000. Financing porch sun deck on 2 acres on River- KITCHEN CABINETS 'WANTED Also Simpson 1419 Bornett or Bank Bldg.ClydeW. ..'...ACREAGE..... w
available. $3,100 down, $435 monthly bend Estate*, Graham 485-1189.12/24 vented' natural' gas space heater or .Jax, Fla. 32202. 12/3 TF GREAT LOCATION Hwy 1OOW S Hwy 425,40 plus Acre> $ 60000
3763363. 1/7 4tchg J 1/28. 3tchg,1/7, 'small furno .. Good condition, RD. 100 EAST; I.37 acres, wooded and platted ,1 I $ 7.000 ,
105th AVE.,,LAWTEY:J A acres cleared 1
1 reasonable.. 13711128. 1/7 2tpd 1/14 ( 8.000
school care of 2 children light LAWTEY: 5 acre. 105th Ave..good Investment J 13.000
RENTALS OUT OF AREA housework; 10 hours/week. GOLDEN RETRIEVERs Bambl". RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond, wide open space $ 26000

References required. 782-3008 after 5- .Milling since Jan. 1. 4 yr*. old. very FLUME RD.9 acre join Country Club, Condos?Tim.Share? $49.000i
COTTAGES, Fully furnished, Daily, ,OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded p.m.7 21pd 1/M' friendly 80 lb., Contact Melba I SR 16 WEST:approx.7 acre 13,000

weekly monthly rate Allo"mobll. lots, ,river access, $5450 Each. No Johnson 964-5420 or 964.6093.ltpd 1/7 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acre, 3 well,
home park.spoce for rent and home money down, $65.41 monthly Owner FOUND-PRESCRIPTION GLASSES 2 septic;tanks, 2 pole,owner finance. 3 50.000
for .al...MT. VIEW RESORT, U S. 64E.
1-236. -4579 or 1-622-2438. 1/7TF Brown In grey case with the words Or will split each $27,000
Highlands. Rd.. Franklin!, N.C. ((704)) CARRERRA on front. Found ,In front of BROWNLEE RD,:36,43 acres, owner finance, great location 182,332
524 4605. tfnchq
6/11 i' Bradford County Telegraph. Come to

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_______ STROUT REALTY I'r --- -
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Randy!fotyv. ?' r
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Real Estate Broker
83( N.Temple Ave.fll.S( 301))
700 Bradford Court in Starke ,Sta'..., Fl 32091 For Rent

l 96 .8931 473-3096
Available for immediate OccupancyOne Classified Ads
1396: '20 oc. to develop Inside, city Office SpaceRetail
limits, 2 BR furnished home Included Get Results),
and Two Bedroom
Apartments Zoned mobile home pork. office Was
NOW RENTING 1455: 2.story opt. house ((4), good In- ,Attorneys Office.
-" come. Epperson St. .
'.Wl te Writ uvpvtfne c nod heat*elks i423; Mobile on 11 oc., pecan grove, 2 Fully carpeted, CH&A. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcceIejratedJReaItr
.Apt+rwe -.-... fr.ltfre refrlgerlltorConveniently I. mile to town. Lease
.. pre-wlred for ceMe TV and tel 1411: Southern Estate homo:5 acre. 'required. : \ : '
Spodiily oosionee' unlit for h"nn4capp.dCein.pwebd $350, per month. ,Dc I "
.laundry. Prlvnte p.C.s Lawtey .
.Outside toraoe cempertment. 1439: Commercial bldg.. i 10 city lots for Information or to see +I
.Spa_.}.sets going business I Call 9646305., : 964-4544 : 1 .


Rental information available at Hwy; 301 S.j) .

Rental Office, or call: ((904)) [@] .

964-6216 Mon-Fri 9-5PM ,Starke FL ,

Wayne E.. Douglas. MSA .

'Designated Appraiser .

t LAVERN H. OUTLAW / Homes./ Lots ,,"'Acreage Waterfront' .

Broker / Farms / Commercial of'o '

OUTLAW i Thinking of buying or ONLY $1,080.00; DOWN. P&I I Payments as Low as $324.92 .

IC selling? Car I us/ for this 3BR/1'/ Ba. Block; Home* If You Qualify. .

Evenings &J Weekends .It'S SO PEACEFUL 41 Acres of Pasture, Farm & Wooded "

9644522STARKE as*? Areas, with 3 BR/2 Bar Block Home. Great Room I
FL w/flreplace CH&A Stove & Rein & '
Carpet Drapes Well
301 Plaza MRA; Susan M. Faulkner, GRI. CAB PRESIDENT & Septic. r'

Open.MonFri. c z1LQLqI9'cLocated '.EASY MAINTENANCE .,,3 BR/3Ba Brick, living & Dining .

Room. Family Room w/Fireplace CH&A Carpets. .

8:3O5:3O: Hwy.301 -2 Blk S. SR.100, 221 W..Lafayette $treet Screened Porch., Swimming Pool, Guest House w/Bath, .
t't '
Sat O-2 Lots. I,

*TEN ACRES With some tree*. Nice area. LAWTEY 3 BR/IBa Frame. Ceiling Fans, Space Heater, f,
*LARGE BRICK HOME In Plnebreeie' S/O. Beautiful 'lof. on :2 Acres. $43,500.GAINESVILLE .
*OVER 12 ACRES high land In Graham area. Will divide., .
.. 3BR/2BO Block 1577 S/F
for *GOOD RENTALt 2 BR, t Ba. small lot. Under $20,000. AC CH, Family I
o Appraisals *2 STORY CB t FRAME HOMEi Close to Crosby Lake 1 Acre: Room, Stove & Refrl, Double Carport. Enclosed Porch on '

*CEDAR CYPRESS HOMI on.8 acre, over. 2,000 *.f. Many ..tros. Corner Lot w/Vacant Lot Included. ',to

*ADULT COMMUNITY lot for.camper' or troll..., Ha water, septic ft light OLD FASHIONED FRAME W/OWNER FINANCING -
pofe. : CH&A New Has
4BR/2Ba. Carpet IBR/IBo
I COUNTRY CLUBs Executive Home,'brick.'3/2, fireplace; many amenities. Now FOUR BEDROOM 214 Ba Cedar a Brkh 2 story home with 37 acre: Some. .
Entrance 5 Acre
Only S76.0OO. Call for Private Showing." planted' pine*. ,
I I I I. *4 BR. 3 Ba CB home t commercial home on 301 S. Owner financing. NORWEGIAN BRICK HOME 3BR/2Ba, Dinlng-KItchen '

r 'HOMES IN STARKE *COTTAGE ON OKLAWAHA RIVER In Marlon County, Good. h..ntlng'and Combo, CH&A. Range & Refrl, Carpet. 1200 S/F, Well & .
fishing. Septic. 1.5 Acres. t' ;
OWNER TRANSFERRED Price Reduced Drastically Was $13C1ocio. Now 100000. *I 3/4 ACRE beautiful building site or put mobile homo. (
Beautiful custom-built 2 story LOG HOME Include 3 BR.2 Ba 22x40 pool. *24 LOVELY ACRES with large locked fishpond, part pastur., partially fenced. CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE 3BR/2Ba: Block CH&A.; Family -

QUIET PLACE Easy living In this large 3/2 home, 1700 *f., CIlIA,on 7'/4 Acre*. *DEERWOOOi Nice 2296.{. home 3 BR. 2 Sir. $84,900. Room Drape & Carpet 1416 S/F, Large Lot. {

w/6 acre Improved pasture 2 barn. 3 wells. priced to sell 1 *NICE BUILDING LOTi Over on acre, post hospital. ".500 Terms. .NEAR SHOPPING CENTER .. '3BRL1, Ba. Block. CH&A .

I COUNTRY UVINOi 20 Acres: large 2 story home, nice barn many pecan tree*.' *HWY. 301 St 2 .cr..ho.: 24x60 versatile building plus 2 mobile home*. Ho Carpet. Stove, Refrl & Dishwasher.! Nice Lot

EXTRA CLEAN Doublewlde 3 BR, I 1'k bas satellite disks, 3 ocre.. 300".n Hwy. ROOM FOR PRIVACY 3BR/IBa Frame and 3BR/2Ba .
*GRAHAM 3 BR, IM ba. t block on 1 acre. Only 34000.
NEAT AS A PINI New roof, hew bathroom,close to Starke.ONI ..
*IN TOWN 4 BR I bath has been remodeled. Only' $26,000. Double lde MH w/Patios & Carport, Well & S.ptlc.6.92 .
OF THE FINESTI 3/2 doublewlde on 3 acres, paved road.
*HAMPTON 3 Acre with 3 BR. 2 Ba, assumable mortgage. $45,000. Acre '
JUST REDUCED! Two mobile home on 2.9 acre, good Investment. .
*OVER I ACRE with,custom doublewlde. workshop extra.
many REDUCED11 1 Block
Spacious Living Room Family
OWNER SAYS GET OFFERI Doublewlde' acres of good land.. '
*HWY.100 West 83 acre with 1300' frontage on Hwy. Only$ acre .
.A SPECIAL BUVi 2BR. 1 bo, CH4A. on major highway 26500. "m.per Room.,CH&A, 1,839 S/F, ,Stove,, Refrl & Dishwasher ,. -

CRYSTAL LAKI AREA Over 2000 .I., better-thon-new brick home.. Comm.rclal AReildentialRtntalt' Available/ Well,& Septic t Acre:
B Acre f High i Dry. Well I Septic.
SR 16 It Morgan Rd. Seller motivated..K1NG5La't .
II on .
.10 Acre. Pecan Grove, ........ Welt-f Septic,'Fenced
eONI. LOT ON LAKI BROOKLYN VILLAGE LAKI Two lot COVE reduced Beautiful to S5.00O beach, !I.1 Calf one of our Professionally trained! .10 A<:,.. Pecan Grove 6 Fdh Pond, Residential .
4 eli ACRES S Clay County, Re.I.'lofl Agrl. I
.LAKE LOTS on Sampson Lake. 1 ACRES Good Commercial Location. .
I I. good on this 13 Owner financing. \
. SAMPSON CITY AREA Hunting acres. \ '
..... ARE Zoned for MH.
COUNTRY CLUB building lot from S6.5Od. Some with owner financing. I! r4 964-5069 .TWO CITY LOn Northeast Section. .

LAKE HOMES. LAKR OENEVA Large Lot 100 H. on the Water!

(BRICK HOMI on shady lot with sandy beach. Below appraised value. I :or after hours call:, lAKI LOTS Crosby ft Sampson. Owner Financing.
CONTEMPORARY HOMI on very private lake. Minute from Starke. LAROB ARIA OP LAND Northeast Section: of City. .
BEAUTIFUL. LAKI HOMI built by Warren Stevenson Con.lructlors Co. REALTOR ASSOdATES..JsVENINOS 'HWY.Ml SOUTH.Large Lot. Good Buslneu' location' ,
and boathou. Reduced. '210 FT. ON HWY 301 9 Acre Near Earlton Beach
CHeA. Iron L Faulkner ge4-5142
TWO STORY 3 BR, 2 Be ,- .
! IF Too*MMD r on erA 5 ? mnoe uutnca.
We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings I LUcllle.Spry 904-8X20 MAU room nur nor AT AOCSLUATEOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

e Bobby Bljjgar 964-7331 REALTOR:

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2 I :3 BEDROOM $350. OFFICE BUILDINGr S rooms, wall to wall I
HOUSE and should
Coll carper, central air. Perfect for Doctoror MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* Iowa. ADVERTISING be submitted REMODEL 3BH. 1 IBA trailer with 12'X :20' MOVING SALE Bit suits, couch
64 .
ADULT S377 after 5:30: p.m. 10/1 TF Attorney office. For more Info' call $14,99 per month. Call 964.6946. tin to'the Lake Region Monitor office add a room. $1,500.'Cash OBO Brown recliners, coffee A end tables,
PARK Clean 2 8R mobile horn. In and advance
Vi mile from Jewel or John 964 6305, TFjmmKINGSUV NEWSPAPER PLATES) Aluminum. writing paid In 173-7923.Itpd 1/7 microwave, etc. Call 4732741. Itchg
Nice unless credit
468-1323. city. neighborhood.. LAKE $SMALl'COTTAGE ..6 Measures 24x36', 25 cents each Great Is already establishedwith MOBILE HOME IN MAGGIE VALLEY,N.C. 1/7

NEWLY DECORATED 10/8TF furni.h- months.r.nt. heat winter rat... Couple for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH this office.MONITOR STAFF. CANNOT BE HELD Completely turnlihed. Set up In small, LIQUIDATION'SALE Jon. IS, 16 17
ed everything only, no p.ta. 5332366. 13/1 TFKINGSLEVLAKI 135 W. Call St. 964 6305. m/home pork on mountain ttream Keystone< Motel', Highway 100
facllltle Included. RESPONSIBLE
Laundry Video 2 BR mobile home, heat ALICIA HAY, newhay, $25. Delivery FOR MISTAKES IN 2BR. .1BA, excellent condition. 2.'covored Keystone Heights. Furnishings, fixtures
'room available. Will accept on. child yearly, couple only no pets.,533-2366. available. All hay In born. 7 miles West CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD. IS TAKEN OVER porches $8.000. '4739043Itpd pool equipment everythinggees.
no pets. Palm Apl. 2313 N, Tempi THE TELEPHONE.
12/3 TF of Starke on Rd. 16 Jimmy GasklnSi 17ASSUME i 2tpd 1/7-1/14
Av*,, Storke : 10/29 tf \ deadline I Is 11.
TEN 32091. TWQ S* TRAILER 'on nice large lot In 964.B356. 8/27 TFchg'' Classified 00a.m. priorto 3/2 on your lot., $159/rr>o.. 3 FAMILY. GARAGE SALE Antique cars, I
MOBILE HOMES lor rent: furnished lowt... area. Partially furnished. No LIMEROCK FILL SAND hauled and Thursday publication dealer 13518514. Stchg 1/7-2/4 appliance, furniture plus much more.
or Unfurnished. MIMOSA. MANOR, Allen Minimum charge I Is 15 words for S3.50.then HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL : Frl.. Sat., Sun. 10 miles of KH
children 782-3344 or 782-394. 12/10 spread. 782-3172 Taylor, 28X68 "/3. north' ,
9647498. -
11/19 TFchg 15 cents' for each word thereafterMISCELLANEOUS' I Home of 21. 1rHOMES -
TFce Lowtey. 9/24 TF Merit $279/ma., free Hwy Itchg
I. 3 FOREST APARTMENTS Eighty I"", 2. EXTRA ClEAN '3 BR. 1V4 bath mobile ALICIA HAY, Fresh cut, $25 a roll. All delivery. Uncle Hoy.. -331-8 J14,Stchg
BR apartments, starting at under born. 7 miles from Starke 1/7-2/4
160mo.. home on V. ocr. Completely furnish hay on
cable CHtA.ready fully 1S3O equipped W, Madison kitchen ed. No pels. $260 month $100 security Hwy. 16 toward prison 9646167 or 21' WIDE shingle, maionite, fireplace, FOR RENT
deposit 964-755".117 2tchg 1/14 782 3727. 6/4tf and morel S227/mo. Uncle Roy' ,
St.. 964-6312, 9-5 ,
p.m. TWO BEDROOM I bath newly remodeled PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party toassume' 1.351-8514.. Stchg 1/7,2/4
Equal Mooting Opportunity! 12/3TF tOt RENT White Sands Lake 2 BR c Furnlshed .
$325 month small payments. See locally. PACK RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible
apartment no pets or .
TRAILER FOR RENT electric A/C Deck .
water and $295 month till Jun.
Call Credit at 209-471 8927 Items and Used furniture
children. Also 2 BR. 1 both newly Manager antiques. SERVICES'RESSURE .
ewer 964-5760. Itpd 1/7 $200 depaslte, 249 7884, 4tpd
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE remodeled apartment furnished $365 anytime 12/24 3tpd 1/7 glassware (Jewelry and much more. 12/30-1/21
HOME clean month, no pets or children. 964-5065 HALF PklCEl Fantastic Deal! Our best Come see for yourself. One mile east .
furnished In Starke. Call now, William D. Tiffin lie Real Estate large flashing arrow sign $299. of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. WASHING Houses,,,mobile IBM COTTAGE with lake privilege?.
964-B810.lIchg 1/7 Broker Itchg 1/7 lighted, non-arrow $289. Unlighted 4732183. 3/5 tfnchg home, pools, deck, tldewalk Free Hi AC, screened porch furnished or unfurnished
THRIlIEDROOM. one bath home on NE Free letter See Call to BINGO I estimates Call Rob ,73.3590.. 3/5 S240/mo One block from
1 SR PATIO GARDEN APTSi near town $249. locally Starting a new Bingo Jon 7, at .
llth St. off .. '
NE 50th Av 301 North of library. tfnchg
off Street parking. 964-8601. 1/7 TF I day. Factory direct: 1800-4230163 7:00 p.m. open at 5:00: p.m. Thursday tfnchg .
Stark. $310 month HOUSE FOR RENT Silver
plus deposit. Open LAWN on lake Nice
THREE BEDROOM HOUSES CH4A. appliances anytime fcan 88 7 night.All Paper American legion Hall, Trimming edging
haute Saturday 93.17 2tpd 1/14 General Electric Call The lawn Barber 473.3590, Free 58R, heat and air Furnished or unfurnished -
comer lot, wooded f.nced WASHER I DRYfRi N. Hwy 21, Keystone Hgt. We still have
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Grlffl backyard, large screened porch with heavy duty, matching set. $300. Very Bingo Saturday night and Sunday after.noon Estimate 3/5 tfnchg Fireplace and screen porch.
,loop, furnished or unfurnished. $145 elevated eating area large utility 'good condition. 964.7680 after 5:30 played on hard cards. 4tchg WILL BABYSIT IN YOUR HOME OR MY 473-2440. ttchg 1/7
per month. $100 deposit. Call 964.8704 room with extra outdoor storage p.m. Hpd 17REMINGTON '1,2/30-1/21 HOME Reference available, Call;
after 5 p.m. weekday or anytime building Family room with fireplace. MODEL 7M Caliber 22250. Karen at 4737444. Itchg '1/7

weekends. Itpd 1/7 $400 month and deposit. 1 year lease 2 clips and sling 3x9x40 Wlnfield., CARS '
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM mobile home on required 1021 W. Pratt St.. 9648073. $225 Call 782-3938 after 5:30 p.rru Itpd HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions
Griffl loop. Deposit, BOTTLEDWATER
no p.t. 1/7 or complete' building. 30
1/7 128CO'S
4tchg yearsexperience
964-B816.ltpd 1/7 ANTIQUE BARBERS CHAIR In excellent 76 JEEP US runs good. .$1,750. Bradford and
serving Clay
''TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with itove, CHECK US OUT I Clean Venial condition. Antique Coke Dispenser 4732000. 2tpd 1/7-1/14 Countle 473-4018. 5/28 tfn
.refrigerator.$260 month,$100 deposit," schedule. VW CAMPMOBILE Porsche engine: Excellent '
homes tailored to your pay 964-5036. Itpd 1/7 FLOOR SAGGING? Door Dragging?
964-7625. Itpd 1/7 Private park laundry and playground.PINES AUTOMATIC CLOTHES WASHER: Used,, condition. See to appreciate. House out of level?? LoRue Leveling 3 c fe PER
ONI BEDROOM HOUSE furnished SRI21, |Just south of SRI00 In $100. 44-5112.. 1/7 c. 4732306. Itchg 1/7 service for all your foundation repair, PERGALLON
clean AC. $210 month $100 14 CHEVY CELEBRITY 4 door. By owner. "
deposit. lake Butler Call 496-2366.IfcWchg. 1/7 ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR Everest and Jennings 473-7721.7/9 tfnchg
964-7625.ttpd 1/7 Premier. Excellent condition. Beautiful, perfect fuel injected. All op COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry Your' Tap
THREE BEDROOM TRAILER In tions. Cost new 13000. Selling below
country $400 firm. Ricks Salvage, 964 5184. Itpd electrical
stove and,.rig. $185 month 964-8661. YARD SALES 1/7 $8.000 book value Offers .trades painting Reasonable, rote. Licensed plumbing contractor, Free Demonstration

Itpd 1/7 SEVERAL ITEMS 3 Kerosene healers: 473.0526. 7898, S. Lawrence Blvd.. KH. RB00493O6. Call Mitch ...73.39..0.820TFchg No Otpllgttlon:; '"
1 OR 2 BEDROOM APT. All"i.tilti.s Included 9 til. Two Sears DP Gym Machine, Call 964-4133 Anytime. 473 0526. 2tchg 1/7-1/14
cable TV included. Furn 1975 PLYMOUTH FURY nine
or unfurnished alter 5 Itpd 1/7 passenger
From $165 month. Inquire block North of Bakery' on STEREO CONSOLE p.m. record player radio. wagon excellent condition, fully loaded Bob Shaw 475-2740
Westmorland. 10/29 TF
downstairs 208 N. Cherry St. Prefer 4 8 track tape player and recorder, good low mileage. $950. "73.578. 1/7
mature person. Itpd 1/7 condition. $125. May be seen at 104 W.
follow '
miles 100 toSW 15th St.,
west on ,
LARGE COUNTRY HOME with fireplace Brownies Itpd 1/7 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT
Lots of clothes, and other
signs. ,toy ON WATER north of
on 2Vi acres. 2/3 BR, carpet garage, SEVERAL ITEMS 1977 Dodge Van. 2-Dr. I St. Augustine.

porch: $375. .473-2157 or ...68..1168.172tchg 'TWO Items.FAMILY Itchg YARD 1/7 SALE Clothes,.toys, Hotpoint Refrigerator. Electric; Stove: '3 BR. 2BA DOUBLE WIDE (..replace. 2 value.$8,000 473 or,.9043.wilKtake Trpd 1/7 trod. 'of equal
114TWO furniture, misc. 1123 Neil Ct., behind RV Trailer For more Information 'call acres $380, first and last.. 473-7708;
BEDROOM TRAILER $225 month. Madison St. Baptist Church. Saturday 9648661. Itpd 1/7 after 5 p.m. Hpd Y7" i -
$50 depotlt.,1 mile North of Stork off 1/9. Itpd 1/7 BEDROOM SUITE 4 pieces, double bed HELP WANTEDELDERLY
Hammond Rd. 289.9770 or 2899419. good ihope. Price negotiable.964.8012
off Bessent Rd.
Itpd 1/7 : .Saturday only. 9-2 p.m. Btkei, clothes, or 964-5975 after 5 p.m. Itpd 1/7' PERSON CARE In your home. Train to I te: a
,ONI ROOM COTTAGEs $200 p.r month, household goods; miscellaneous Hpd DANISH TRUNDLE BED with ,bookcase Hours negotiable' ''Overnight care, TRAVEL
utilities Included South 100 Highway, 1/7 headboard and mattress. Call 964-5564 BRASS BED queen: size complete, orthopedic available. Have reference. Phone AGENT
9647255. 1/7 2lpd 1/14 after 4 !/72tpd 1/14 mattress set and frame(new 4730726 llchg 1/7: TOUR GUIDE
YARD SALE Friday 9 a.m til. Saturday 9 ,
used still in Cost
OUTSIDE RAIFORO CITY LIMITS: furnished SALE Assume small mon never ) plastic. CHRISTIAN LADY will
PIANO FOR .- babysit In
arm to 1 301 North to Morgan Rd. my AIRLINERESERVATIONIST
p.m. $1.000. .Sell for $350 cosh. Stored In
3 BR, 2 bath mobile home with addi
C-233 5th house past second bridge. thly payment on modern style piano. home Mon. Fri. Three blocks from intersection -
tion. Front and back screen porch AC, 964.8239. Itpd 1/7 Like new condition,Can be seen local Jock.onvill..62..2639. 4tchg In Orange Height, Fenced
central heat, nice shade trees and FRIDAY.'. Saratoga Hts.. 1346 Standing 11". Call Manager 800-367-3140.. 1/7 12/17-1/7 yard-,468-2916. Certification number
yard. $250 month $150 BORDERGRASS FREE,you dig. 4733896. 17.121 Start locally 1u1l.lim lpart.time |
private St. Furniture, curtains, clothes, 2tpd 114DIAMOND 545. Stchg trair
deposit. 431.1568.lIch9 1/7 misc.'Items. Itpd 1/7 WEDDING I EngagementRing Itpdll7 PART-TIME COOK NEEDED home- on live airline computers Home'
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to 70* McMAHON:/, Behind Step Saver Set. $300.,Call 964-5920 alter. :30'' CAR KADDY Cost FOR MOTOR HOME like cooked m ols..Apply In person at !Pork study and resident training.
your work? We have cI.on'mobil. Itpd 1/7 new $$1.400 asking[ $800. of the Palms llpd 1/7, I
home available. 468.1323. 10/8 TF Saturday 9-4 p.m. Tools, reel t rods, p.m. 473-2720 or 473-9043. Itpd 1/7 Financial aid available.Job

NEW MOBILE HOME '14 ft. wide, central baby clothes, mist Itchg 1/7 I ALICIA HAY In rolls, horse quality All HARDWOOD DOWELS .'75 pcs. 3/4 Inch ,ASSISTANT MANAGER for lumber company placement stan National

heat and air, furnished. Must ,see.. under born. Order hay for winter and ,'by 48 Inch. 75 cents ea.'. pr" all for $50 in lake area Must have experience headquarters Lighthouse Point Ft I
'..68.1323.1018 TF ARE YOU TIRED? OPcommission U% leave under my born until you need It. 5.2629. Itpd 1/7 'from building trod. and/or A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL
I2xS MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 Bo. on t ARE YOU TIRED* OF nothing 7 miles North of Starke on Hwy 16 FOR SALE, couch and chair, china retail sale background. Will consider 1-800-432-3004
acr..V64..238$250/monlh: 10/29 TFTWO ,on the beck side? toward prison. Barn on West side efM cabinet waterbed and other partially qualified person and tram. ,
ARE YOU.TIRED OF.,",le. ...road by spilt level home under pecan househokLfurniture.' Call Karen. ,at King Lumber Company. Itchg 1/7 n n 4 C
Y meeting I TIR"ED ? grove Delivery available. Arthur 473-7444. 1 rchg2, .
ARE YOU OF bell to Gasktns, 782-3727. 10/22 TF VITA MIX 3600 used very little. Free

HOUSES ARE bell YOU TIRED OF no PONY-FOR SALE: Pinto young mar. 1 cookbook. 4732306. )Itchg 1/7
Demo? year old $150. Call 964-5116 Luxurious Custom Homes Bull lr..a"'pu".n 1
FOR RENT WOULD YOU LIKE TO make.. 12/10TFee HOMES FOR SALE Contemporary FuIIylnaul.tH
up to 40% commission? WINDOW UNIT WITH HEAT PUMP; Sears, Unique in' design and price' Th.nno pw window.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO drivenice C.lWr.J..JInn
i a Demo? 20,00 cooling BTUs and 15.000 heating HOUSE FOR SALE 3 BR.2BA, cedar and Kit Form Erected V"*"d.*.. "
WOULD YOU LIKE TO work BTUs. Excellent condition. $350. 'satellite ,I 1'/ or .
eN STARKEi 2 or 3 B.drooms. stone, large pool, acres interior deign flwubdily
2 bath, flr.plac., unfurnlsh the business best? hour In the car PIANO 782-3938 FOR after SALE 5:30 Wanted p.m. Itpd: Responsibleparty 1/7 Clay 1/7 County. $87,000 4755606., Itpd For FREE presentation call: ,. FHA*VA A apu

.d. near schools p.ts. to assume small ,monthly John E. CurIes .a United Realty of StarVa s office: 964-8447 home: 473-3627
h your answer, to any of !the above is 'See CallManager GOVERNMENT HOMES $1 (U Repair).
.KINGSlEY! LAKE2 Bedroom, payments on piano. BUY'DIRECT I Repos 8 Tax sieved properties .-
at 618-234-1306 onytlmo.7'
Get the FACTS TODAY Call--
1 bath,'furnished. Have proven track record 3tpd 121FURNITURE (refundable). 1-51: 3-459.3546 Ext'
and can sell 10 or more new ) Sofa, 2 matching chairs .143339A 24 hrs 3tpd 1/7-1/21 Durrance Pump & Supply
car end trucks per month. custom sofa, end tables, love seat .
then we want to talk, to youl lamps. Complete 8 piece double BR .
a 533-2235 Call Rick Well or Max Franklin suite like new. Chest of drawers, U:$. 301 North. 864 N. Temple: Ave., Starke' ,I

'1:1': for appointment 372-0101 refrigerator, gas range, washer, large *Pump 'plumbing 'Well Drilling, .'

mahogany buffet, recliner, large .
MUSIC HOUSE STUDIO) elegant hand crochet bedspread and "j.
GLORIA'S ( most all home furnishings. Very low I 964-7061 .. r.-
Call 473 9055 5 to
prices or trod* a.m.
INSTRUCTORS: Richard Kellogg & Gloria Bryant, 9:30: p.m. only. Itchg 1/7 LIVE-IN

LESSONS: Guitar Banjo & Electric Bass LIQUIDATION SALE January ,15-16-17. .
Call: 'Keystone Motel', Hwy. 100. Keystone HOUSEKEEPERWonfedComp

964-812O Thes-Frlll-7. Sun & Mon 10-2 ,.Hts. Furnishings, fixtures,' pool equipment .! ': ; .f nf ,.. FOR SALE
everything goes. 1/7 2tchg 114LIVING pe pFili \
ROOM SUITE In excellent condition son to live In and fake car of Dirt, Top Soil ch

STARKE HOUSING CENTER ,'' brown S rust plaid print. Coffee nice/ home In ,Stork. area. /
table, 2 end tables, couch, chair, lave '
Duties Include,housekeeping; Large or Small Loads of Limerock t
selection of reconditioned repo mobile homes. seat, after 5 p.m. Call 4732710. Itchg '
Big 'and of 12 old
1/7 care year son.
No home Is over $500. down Including delivery. Please send 'inquiries/ / to: P.O. Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

Set-up all closing costs and CHARGES home owners Box i, Hampton Flo/ ;32044. 964-6182 '964-5823 964-6095 ,

Insurance. NO ,HIDDEN j

This Weeks Special ..'

:3Br/2Ba D/W '$500. down $198 per month KANE CYCLE REPAIRCycle -
r F.R.K.Self
'85'3BR SWS500, down, $162 1 per month Repair e Parts l AccessoriesU.S. i ,

-964-4174' 301.N. Starke e 964-5805, 7 mi., South'of Starke on US 301
US er .
Lo cited 1 mile'S. of Starke on
ATC 1II5200dd .

ALL O Headers ATC 6x12.,

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E/gfrty I* 2. 3 Bedroom Apartments: RACKS 10x12 P.O.. Box 1209 Starke

Starting of $J 160 per month, "1 % OFF $21.95 12x12 'Well lighted 24 Hr. Access ,

.CHctA Fully Equipped, Kitchen' Cable Ready,

Madison St. S Mon.-Fr{. 9-5 p.m.StarM. J
1530 W. ') OPEN: Tues-Sat '

964-6312 ISJ... Equal Housing Opportunity Chain Lube. $2.50 'j5 Yeara'experience .i

'. Face Shields. $2.50 Cylinder Boring ,.,.$20. _

-- ATV & 4 Wheeler
Oil Filters.. $1.99 THE
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORSEARN Ancra Tie Downs $12.00 'Repairs a Tune-Ups Jl


$5.00 PER HOUR AND MORE 1 11e I FOR RENT bv the nlaht. week or month. J

|.H yew ere on enpeckwcej$ *...l..o. machine operetor.ceme In end iee u_ we'll David' Lawsbn Paint & Body Shop ,

how. you .Hew Se *> .H. I ,'o
...employee wINo da .'
e!.We'd hew pit tube .. ear l

.I.W.'II slew. pit ....... lilt el heel It I. ..... Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates j O
.4.Well give yea ..t rtlY stud .......... te help yea moke .H wtilta'you ere.8SteeJy ...... a 4

:.... CR 229 NW 28th Sf. 964-6133 m

'. we*. ". Hyta *he" ...M -Bens, n* ..,.... 'In E ,e.rt.Wa .' 1 :

; have good b!""M.. paid' "holidays J paid vocations, medical ". .1. ..i .. / .

,covarafl. ir,YOU,QUAlifY attn Janc aft.r* bonutat 13 wkt,, w.11. give you a bonus of *to. Ellxson I ,Wood Products, Inc.. :t tr.

before January
Star VH
After M aether.$100.
and n.. Pine Bark 1 .
our Mulch and
and yoii'll be) HaJbU for our July Cypress

Christmas vacation tool
Our Ofllca will be open, JO and 31 for Jnt.rvl.wt"I You PUkMip or We Deliver|

for your convonloncol 'We Also Have -" i; r '

4411., Brownlee $troot Sta". FI 10. Red' l Heart ,CypfesrLumber I across from poet office.Stark tr D

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:_L I_ .. _, .,, Grover C. (Cleyy) .Norman of yeara. employed wtth-
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HELP WANTED CARS, TRUCKS, VANS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE Tallahassee, died Monday, Dec. 28, State agriculture program he moved
ya.I'' ,. SALERENTLEASEOFFICE of a heart attack. Memorial services to Tallahassee, where he bets me

HIRING, 6ov.rnm.nt lobs| In. your area 1974 FORD F-150 PICKUPS PS, PB, 4 STORAGE HOUSES) Need extra storage were, held Wednesday, Dec 30 at active' In the National and
$1,5,000.568.000 Call ,6028338885. speed manual trantmltslon good con- space? We have 3x10 and 10.10 mini Culle 's Meadow Wood Chapel with Tallahassee Camellia Societies, *nd
tut 3493. 12/24 6tpd 1/28, dition: $1750. 964-7680 Itpd 1/7 AND WAREHOUSE SPACE waiehouses, Hale and Associate Dr. Walter N, Kalaf officiating Interment was a lifetime judge of camellia
SINGH WOMAN OVER SO for mold In 1974 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE new motor, Locatedn' Union County Time 496-3939. tfnchrg. 1/7 followed in Tallahassee shows. He won many honors with his
moll Mutt live In... 964-7184. 17/30TF ,,good body and. good Interior, 964-4464. ,building. Call for Information, FRUIT PLANTS AT MARTIN FRUIT FARM Memory Gardens. exhibits at shows, and after 11 years
fEP-O taking applications for lull-lim Itpd 1/"' 496-2261. tfn. Bare root apples, pears, peach., A native of Bradford County, Mr, of work developing a new vat t)1 a
to.hl.r/el.rk. Apply 620 S. Walnut St. 1979 FORD VAN Club Wagon. ,I plums, nectarines and figs $2.75. Container Norman had a long and distinguished five-inch red double,he named it the
12/31 2tchg 1 1/7 3$11| c.l., dual AC, 65,000 miles. Great: I INSURANCE grown apples, peon, peaches, career as a master teacher with Ruth Norman camellia in honor of
IASY WORK) EXCELLENT I'AVI') A.i.mbl shapel AM/FM stereo cassette, 4 cap.tain's and nectarines $S. Blueberries $7 the State Agriculture Department his wife.
product at horn.. Call 'for informa choirs. $4500.:Call 473-2692<\ after MAINES INSURANCE 'AGEMCYl 25 E. ,grapes $3, Japanese persimmons $12 and the Future Farmers program in At his memorial service, the
tion. 504-641-8003. Ext. A-9579., 12/31 1971,6 p.m. 1/7 TFsw Main Street Lak. Butler 496-3978r Ft. White 4972621. Closed Sundays,. Florida high schools. He was Tallahassee Camellia Society )provided
4 pd 1/21 LIMITED 4 door asking Complete Insurance Service.; 4/10 tfn 1/7 4tchg. 1/28 honored by being selected as an enough camellias to tonal a
GET PAID FOR READING $BOOKS! $100 1000. Will negotiate' Call 964-6183 or PIANO FOR SALE Responsible parry ''to Honorary National Farmer. blanket to cover the casket,an i Also
964-2112 after .
: 3 1/7
per titl.1! Writ, ACE.Blt( ., 161 S. llrt- 1984 DODGE CONVERSION p.m. Itpd HELP WANTED assume small payments. See locally. Mr Norman was born 'Nov. 16, two tall sprays to stand at each end
High fop;
tolnwoy, North' Call credit manager at 1(20S( ) 71.8927
; Aurora, III. 60542. 1905 the son of the late F.M. Tobe) of the casket.
fully loaded 4 captains chairs rear
12/24 3tpd: 1/7
12/31 4tpd 121RECEPTIONISTOPERATOR anytime.
couch Call Bob 473.7975.7 3lchg and Sadle'Sapp Norman and was Mr. Norman was a member Of the
f CAREER OPPORTUNITY 'for sewing I'IANO.FOR SALE Wanted: responsibleparty
: Rvecptlohlit Road
1/21 reared on a farm on Brownlee First Methodist Church of
and machine Offer weeks paid to, assume small monthlypayments '
eight opl for operators.
". teUphon' p work contacting{ our pUoionr existing 19(2,FORD MOO PICKUP V-8.'auto, new ..vacation Insurance plan 3, paid on piano. See locally Call: nine miles west of Starke. He Tallahassee, the Lions Club, past

customer. No '01.., no .xp.r!.ncn battery new seat', $2600. 964 8313. holiday and profit sharing Experlencehelplul. Manager at 1(618)234-1306( ) \ anytime School graduated in from and Bradford received High'his president of the AARP, and served
.c"nory. Guaranteed alory or high' Itchg 1/7 but not neceiiary. W* will 12/31 3lchg. 1/14 1927 on the board of the Salvation Army
comml.ilon. Chooi from 9 o.m-l 19S2 THUNDERBIRD Town Landau V-8 traln"Apply In person, Lake Butler Ap- LIVING ROOM FURNITURE sofa chair 11 degree in Agriculture from the He was first president and an active
p.m. and 5.9 p.m.,or both for great op- fully loaded 37,000 mil... 2.tone blue. porel. tfn/chg. 1/7 ottoman recliner end tables, lamps. University of Florida, graduating ,member of the Big Bend Wheelers
portunltic{ with odvancm, to' garage kept excellent condition ,NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for experienced $200. 25" console color TV $120. with honors in 1929. Asa 50-year Camping Group.He .
monog.m.nt possible. Mrs Spruill or $5500.. 964.8313: Itchg 1/7 store manager for SIS Food 496-38SO. 111 2tpd. ,1/14 graduate, he was honored in 1979 is survived by: his wife, Ruth:
964 3008 9 0.1'1I..1 p.m, or 5-, 1913$6500 FORD F-150 XL 4x4: 2 tone green. Store lake Butler Starting salary bosd COMPUTER DISK DRIVE 20 MEG. hard with membership in the Grand two daughters, Faye' Salis of
OBO. 964-7271 or 964-4319 1/7 Benefits. drive for IBM PC/XT compatible Guard at the University of Flonda.Mr. .
p m. 12/31 2tchg 1/7.._ 1/28 upon previous experience or Tallahassee, and Gayle Wiluntn of
TREEPIANTERS NEEDED for Immediate 4tchg Include monthly bonus Insurance, complete with, controller; 'card and Norman started his career in Memtt Island; two brother. A.
opening In th. Southeast U.S.Earn top, pension plan paid .vacation sick cobles. Will install, $300. Call 4963726.llchg. .' Malone, where he taught agriculture''and Russell and Frank Norman, Doth of
wages. Vehicle and camper required leave. Apply at the S A S Food Store' office 1/7 : coached high school basketball.: Starke; two sisters Mattie Clli of
Contact Superior For.stry Service, Inc.. MOBILE HOMES at 2200 E. Duval Street, Lake City. He married Ruth McKnight and Alachua and Carrie Belle Gr* n of,
Rt. 83 Box 286, Leslie, AR 72645. fcon FOR SALE Fl. 32055. 12/31 2tchg 17IPN ft*********4rrrtettstArmed continued working in Malone for 12 Lake City; and five grandchildren.
SHIFT INTO HIGH CEARi The need t Is doctors office in Mocctenny. Call.
growing for owner/operators. geared MOBILE HOME' FOR SALE* rent fa own 1-239-7741 1 for Interview. 1/7 Itchg.
to mpving1; household goods.,Get into o your own mobile home. ,Several to RNs 3 to lip.m. and 11 pm, to 7'' a.m.,
high ,demand car..r today; Join the choose from Call, 463.1323' 'for Informa Monday-Friday. Prefer ICU experience, Forces I
Relocation Services Division .0') North tion. 10/8TF' good salary good benefits, contact Obituaries
American Von lines, You will operate NEW t USED MOBILE HOMES, Call Roy I Kay Dowling. 1-239-31Slv. IXt. 213. 1/7
your own tractor. If you don't have 'Wells at AW Mobile Homes; 964-6407' Ztchg. 114RN'ilPNs
one, we offer an attractive purchase or 964.6408. 8/14 .tfnrw needed for bay lor contact
program,, We provide training (no .... 24 X eO DOUBLf WIDE, all set up 'In Olin's Marie Brook at 1-239-3131 1. 'ext, 223. Sgt. Griffis Willie C. BrownMr. Annie Roberts
CompletesNCO Mrs necessary) and Uothing Subdivision Ready to move :Into. 1/7 2tchg. 1/14 ,

allowance. Single operator or 'teams, 13800. Financing available.; Call, LPN's needed 3 to 11 I p.m. contact Marie Training Course Willie Claude Brown, Sr., 66* Mrs. Annie Croft Roberts, 93. of
'including husband and wife are' 964 5606. 6/11 nchg Brook at 1-2393131' ext. 223. 1/7 of,Starke, died ,Thursday afternoon Lake Butler, died Saturday ,in'
2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'St. Financing 1/14 Marine Sgt. Kevin L. Griffis, son ,
welcome. Life, medical and d.ntolln. 2tchg. at Bradford Hospital following an
Center of
surance available If available. Call 1-:372-0625: collect. tfn of Clifton E. and Louise L. Griffis of extended illness. Tanglewood Nursing
program are
2] of older colt you ,2 USED DOUBLEWIDES). Low payments.Low .Starke. recently completed the Non- ; City following a lengthy illness
year age or today for a FOR RENT Born' and raised in Bradford,
A resident of Union County
down Call 12720650collect lifelong
payment commissioned Officer
complete Leadership
Information( package Arkansas, Mr. Brown moved to
.' of the late
she was the daughter
1.8008.2191., ask for Dept. 97, Icon tfn \\Iuul!Ie.During. Starke in 1979 where he owned and ,
88.2 1973 MOBILE HOME 3 BR. :2 bo: CrUA, OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE the course, Sgt, Griffis William and Onie Croft and widow of
,GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING Comm.r- 5000. Call 964.6305 from t.5 p-rri,t or,I located In Union County Tines Buildingat ''studIed personnel administration, operated the Starke Shoe Repair the late Henry (Shep) Roberta, She
until ill
Shop health forced his retirement -l'
clol Transport needs owner/operator I IIt 964 8970 after 6 p.m.. and leave word. 150 West Main. Call "496-2261, 'lormore Marine Corps history and traditions, in 1986. He served in the U,S.' was a homemaker and member of
12/3TF information tfn Christian Church
First of Hike
you need training, we will train and the
you. the
military courtesy principlesand
You will operate your own. ,ractor, If ,1973 MOBILE HOME: 3 BR, 2 bo, CHA. CLEANEST; HOMES IN TOWN Nicely furnished of effective leader Navy for Six years and was a Butler.
you don't have one,, Commercial 5000. Call 964-6305 from 8.5 p.m. 0'1. ,, oil electric; central heat and techniques,. 'member of the,First Baptist Churchof Survivors' include two'daug1\t4)rs.
Transport offers a purchase program 964-8970 after 6 p.n-f-and: leave word. air, private paved road, laundry and ship. Starke. Reva R. O'Steen of Providence *nd
that we think Is on. of the best In the 12/3 TF park playground. Near schools. hosp., Sgt. Griffis (currently serving at Survivors include his wife, Mrs. 'Mondell Blackwelder of Winter
industry. If you are 21 or over and think 'ASSUME 3 BR.;'2 bothers your lot $159 tale facilities. PINES Sft-l 21,east Lade" Marine Corps Air Station in El Toro, Dorothy Vogt Brown; daughter, Haven; two sons, D.R. (Witty. )
you may qualify, call for a complete Information month. 1/7 Stchg Butler, Call 4962366. 'Two children Ca.. A 1980 graduate of Bradford Mrs. Betty Dilts of Starke i two sons, Roberts of Lake City and Wilhanx.
package-Coll weekdays: 2/4 max, and no pets chg/tfn 5/21 High School, Sgt. Griffis joined the 'Willie C. Brown, Jr., of Michigan Roberts of Lake Butler brother
Toll Free800.3482147, ask fort HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL28x68! ; 4/3. BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on Marine Corps in October, 1980. and Gordon Brown of Starke;, one Ernest Croft I of Dade ;City two,
Operator 97. (Commercial) Transport Is Homes of Merit, $279 month Free Main Street 'In Lake Butler,next door to sister, Mrs. Ella Brummett of Benton ,
sisters Beadie Stokes of WilliSton
'a division of northAmerican{ Van Lines. delivery. Uncle .0...'., '904-351-8514 Aventureland Video. Call.496-0077. Harbor,Mich.; and three grand- 'and Jane Dicks of Lake City
1/7 2/4 ,tln-8/6 Mary ;;
a Norfolk South.rn,Corporation subsidiary 5'chg ,.children.
). Icon 88.3 REPOSt easy assumption with little or no 12' x *r THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME AF's Kevin Sievers Funeral services were held Sund 15 grandchildren} 35 great
.$500 PER WEEK GUARANTEEDI Sounds $ down. Doublet and single, Ideal for small family large yard. $173 II$! Powerline SpecialistAir at the Archie Tanner Funeralo grandchildren and 5 great-great
904-351-8514, agent 1/7 Slchg 2/4 month. 496-2842. tfn/ Impossible Call and. seet! Call per e Chapel with Rev. Ben Bryant
National Guard Airman
964 5760 days or 782-3354: .,eves and 28,WIDE: sh ngle.. matonite. fireplaceand 11 FLEETWOOD MOBJLI HOME Very KevinE. off latlng. Cremation followed the Funeral services were held Mon-
Sievers of Carl E. and
son in the First Christian of
weekends, Itpd 1/7 much more. $227/rnonth.. nice, furnished conveniently located. se vices Archie Tanner Funeral day Church
9O -3SI..B5I. Uncle Roy *. 1/7 Slchg Call 4963760. tfn/chg. 12/31 Dorothy J. Sievers of Keystone Home of Starke of Lake Butler with Rev. Bill Delaney
was in charge ar-t
:,REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195 Coll 2/4 COUNTRY LIVING Small :3 bedroom Heights, has graduated from the and Rev. Art Peterson officiaUng.
t7554040. North Florida Real Estate 12x70 MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom. $2400., mobile home. Lake Butler Area.' U.S. Air'' Force electric powerline rangements. Burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetery

College. 7/30tfn 431.1050.,1/7 TF S123/month plus deposit, Call specialist course Sheppard Air 'Roberta. Buell Jr. under the .direction of Archer.
,AVON REPRESENTATIVE needed full- II;' 431-1714, after 3 p.m. 1/7 2tchg. 1/14 Force Base in.Texas. -., ;UAeraJ.. (o.rr'e.or Lake Butler.
time 'or part-time. Unlimited oppor During the course,students were Mr.Robert G.::(Bobb'yVBueifirC 1: : ? ,

,tunities. For more Information call MOTORCYCLESHONDA ,MOBILE HOMES taught to construct and maintain 20, of Keystone" lgnts; ttiaj-jw kd b Jennie Spitze I I
Ramona 7B2-3068. 12/31 4tchg 1721 overhead and underground electrical '' day Jan. 1, 1988 in University t
FULL TIME OPENINGs Night shift excellent FOR SALELIKE distribution systems They Hospital in Jacksonville following *' Mrs. Jennie Ehiabeth Spitze 91,.
benefit' PTO program. Applyto GOLDWING, 1980 loaded run also earned credits toward an brief illness. .. ". : of Keystone, died Sunday, ", 3, in
Personnel' or Lake Butler Hospital a and look new. $2000 or trade,- NEW 194 THREE BEDROOM 2 ,associate degree through the com Born Nov. 21, 1967 in Jacksonville? University Nursing Care Center of
Lake Hand Surgery Center Rd 121 a 100, 964-4368 12/31 2tpd 1/7 BATH DOUBLEWIDI. New central A/C., munity college of theAir Force. Mr. Buell moved to Keystone in 1977 ,Gainesville following an extender) 11-
Butler Fla. 32054, Ph. 496-2323 HONDA TWIN STAR JOOcci,' $400,
EOE. 1/21 $14.700. financed $12,700, c..". Mac He is a 1987 graduate of Keystone from Jacksonville. He was a studentat .)mess. .t.
1/73tchg ,new rocking choir, ,.$45. 964-5747" Douglas. Sr. 4961307. Ifnehg.1I1It. .High School. Santa Fe Community, College, a Born Mar. 13; 1896, in !BrOokyn,
IrUowteytApplications 12/31 ;2tchg 1 1/7
,N.Y., Mrs. Spitze moved to Silver
FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME 24 x 1985 graduate of Keystone High
are being taken for
1 houekeeper, laundry' worker, 44' double wide. SI ,000 down. School and.#>..Baptist. '4-.... Lake in 1955 from New. York She
'waiter, waitresses, dishwasher, 'l95/month, Call 4962390. 1/7 3tchg./ Airman Scates Survivors include his father. was a homemaker and p Lutheran.
cooks helper; lin. cook. Experience 1/21 Robert G. Buell. Sr. and mother. Survivors include her daughter*
helpful but nor neceisary. Will train. Completes Basic Ruth H. Bliell both' of Keystone Vera Schlessinger of Eustis, f'la;

Must be 18 year of age. Apply In per REPO LAND FOR SALE Airman Stacey 'L. Scales along with ten aunts and uncles. two sons, Warren Spitze of Keystone
!- Son only' No phone calls.,Wayne Nor daughter of Patricia A.Barber of La Graveside funeral services were and William Spitze of Colorado Springs

man. Manog.r. Itchg 1/7, Plata, Md., and Norbert F. Scates of held Monday,Jan, 4 with Rev. Andy Co.; five grandchildren'and 3
MANAGEMENT-NO FEES) ,2-18K plus ''SALE'1984 1-1-5 ACRE PARCELS 160 'acre farm Keystone HU.. has graduated from Bowman officiating. Burial was ia greatgrandchildren.Graveside .
bonuses. National restaurant company would make nice horse farm 'lowdown Air Force basic training at LacklandAir Keystone Hts. Cemetery under the services were held
seeking restaurant :personnel with payment a owner financed.' Ap- Force Base, Texas direction of Jones Funeral Home of Wednesday, Jan. 6 m Keystone Hts.,
career 'aspiration Excellent benefit Brigadier prox. 1/2 acre, paved road with 2 During the six weeks of trainingthe Keystone.' : Cemetery with Dr.Winson Bullet of,
and upward mobility. Kim .Mac., bedroom mobile home' art. SRI8. Hale airman studied the Air Force-, In lieu of flowers, donations may ficiating. Arrangements were handled
904 724 0653) 1/7 and Associates. 4963939.
Itchg SlngleWid tfn/chg. by Jones Funeral Home of
mission organization: and customs be made to the Athletic Associationof
I required Apply in p.r experience on. 1.3 ACRES 150 ft.'en paved road: SRI8 and received special training in Keystone High School. Keystone.

Bradford Furniture..'416 E. BrownUe 85 Fleetwood ,Northwest' of Worthington Spring.., 1 1 human relations.
next to Starke Uniform. 1/7 2tchg 1/14 mile west of SRIJl/ with well septla. c In addition, airmen who completer
r THE CITY OF STARKI Recreation'i.I Doublewlda Sign on property.With down payment training earn credits towardan Wheelchair Basketball ExhibitionSet
now accepting application for position owner will consider. financing. Carrie associate degree through the
i of Maintenance Supervisor Mutt be at HOMES Duke Smith Licensed Real Estate ,.community college of the Air Force. '
leosr 18 years of age and have Fla. : ,Broker,'.1/7 2tchg.,114MISCELLANEOUS' Airman Scates is a 1984 graduateof Saturday Night Keystone
Chauffeur License and High School La Plata High School.,
,nt\ graduate.. Apply City Hall ',Merrill, MUST GO I Admission: $ 1.50 at the door

.THE Dees CITY'office.OF{ STARKE Itchg 1/7 Gas Deportment I know ''THIS'MONTH. North Florida,Rcnagades vs.. Canada

accepting applications for positionof DID YOU KNOW PECAN TRIES BAli FAR
Gas Supervisor. For qualification BETTER WITHOUT MOSS Call
contact Merrell D...,,City Hall. Itchg All Bids'Financing 454 2870. 6 to 9 p.m." High Springs:. 'Airman Lee Wins ,
1/7 AvailableFor '12/31 4tpd. 1/21 AF Achievement Medal

COMPUTER OPERATOR l h' The' City of Qualified ApplicantsCall NEW CREDIT CARD No one refused I Ma, Senior Airman Gregory F. Lee,'taking applications 'for the for Credit cards and more. Get your
Richard E. and ,Joan E.
of card todayl Call 1(518)459-3734.( ) Ext. son pf
position Computer Operator I. Ap-, has been FRED DAVIS
plicant to have a high school' diplomawith 3448A. 24 hrs. lIt 3tpd. 1121'CARSTRUCKS Mowry of Hampton,
with the Air Force
at least one years experience asa 964 70S0 decorated
-, 'Achievement Medal at Tyndali Air BUICK '
computer operator.:A *ub,lltute for PONTIAC GMC
the Force Base, Fla. _
experience car be on AA degree
with computer, courses having been Ext, 233For The Achievement Medal is award-' GREEN! COVE SPRINGS a .
taken. Apply to City of Starke Person: 'ed to airmen for meritorious service "LITTLE DETROIT"!

net Dept.' Applications will dote on Appointment To See, 1979 DODGE ST. REGIS Power steering acts of courage, or' other accomplishments ,
Jan. 21. 1988, Starting.salary $200 per, power brake, power window, cruise '
week.,1/7 2tchg 1(14LAKE control. Good condition. 1700. Firm. Lee is an Information systems programming WELCOMES RANDYCHISM
Call 4542870. 6 to 9 p.m. Itpd. 1/7 specialist with the 4702nd
Computer Services Squadron. He is
a 1981 graduate of Bradford High


BABYSITTING IN MY HOMI. Please call to their sale staff

! Now taking applications for '1.2.34 bedroom units. These allots 496-3836. Meal and mock. 'provided. "

i' electric unit are spacious with Ia l of closet space and all haves 12/17' 4tpd. 1/7 _. v "Come see me,for all .

wall-to-wall carpeting drap>gi s and kitchen appliances. On- .. HOMES ,your new or used car

( site laundry facilities. ,Rental as islstance available fore qualified BINGO 1 or truck needs."

N applicants. GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.',, (U Ask about' '
, For application ind Information repair).' Dellnguent 'taxi properly.Repossession our FREE loaner'
Please *eeus atrth *. Call 'I1(805)687.6000.) StartingA : cars.

1005 SW Street, ,@ Ext.12/17 GH-1136.Btpd. 24GOVERNMENT for' current., repo. list. New Bingo 430 Orange Avenue t Omen Cove Spring 264-9535

, lake Butler', FL 32054 ,................ HOMES 1.00 (U Repair) 7
f January
Or Call.4''<".3141 o.-.J.r.'. BUY DIRECT Repos and Tax sleied
properties. Gel the FACTS TODAY
1'; Call (refundable' ) 1(518)439-3546( ) Ext. at p.m.'Openat .

H3339 24 Hr..1/7 3tpd. 1/21 5 .
p.m.Thursday ., La-Z-Boy

', Forest Park Apartments: CommercialBuilding "

::', An apartment complex designed f for moderate i ALL PAPERAmerican oJ", :

Income families. No rental asslstai available., -
In Starke Legion Hall
: 1&2 BR/1 B Apts. r ,
Attractive range refrigerator]
N. !Hwy. 21 Keystone Hgts
, carpet; cent heat & air, patio and I laundry.. Free 1725 sq. ft$36,000.00, : La-Z-Boy:

& ; Rent $18 35.
water, sewer garbage $220 We stm have Bingo Saturday

M t' minimum. For informatJon/applIcati ion: 964-8629 night and Sunday: afternoon 434 W. Call Slrttt 41.1 W, Maoism Street

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Street" '. 6:30: pm M-F 1:09-5:30. : Sat. 1:00-1:00: :
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I Arsonist Causes Extensive Damage to Attorney, Offices I


flees Four of attempts R. A. to burn Green the law of. to Starke Fire' Chief Dwayne building slowed the fire's process,, was quickly extinguished but'at j5a.m. motive. has been established for the with: the business and caused alot ofi''nK
been "Buzzy" have Hardee. It was easily extinguishedand said Green who shares the buildingwith Jan, 5 another call came in. which have played havoc cleanup and repair,said Green.
unsuccessful; however there was only exterior damage, partner Johnny Hobbs. : .n'rnis, time, kindling was'' placed in
damages are estimated to be$10,000 said Hardee. The fire was set on top The fire was set in wood,PVC pipe front of one of the entrances of the
,according to a contractor!\ on the job. of blocks and the termite shield and caused extensive smoke building. The fire was put out by the'
The first attempt on the building 'Causing damage to the sub-flooring. damage to the Interior,said Hardee. police department before the fire '' tUndlHmiMfHaridlHous
at 215 Washington Street was made The building's new smoke alarm department arrived. The structure ''CJood Selection to
Dec. Dec. 22,at 1:57: a.m.a:: fire was set system that is connected to the sustained minimal: damage, said' ,
21 in the early morning hours. Choose From
in the northwest of
corner the police station went off around 11:30: Hardee. -
A underneath piece of kindling wood hidden building under the library, whereat p.m. Jan. 4. This fire was set by the NO DOWN PAYMENT
the northeast of
the building was burning when the ignited saw horses and building .chimney, burning through the tills, the state fire marshall)and Starke
materials. "It was burning pretty sub-floor and some damage to the interior Police are continuing to C' & C Mini-Storage' r
fire department Investigate
arrl"ed..accordang' good, but the oak floor 'Inside the '
flooring( ,said! Hardee The fire with ,tno- arrests at this time. No : HWV'301 South

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I Has Record Year' ORlAN WELLS I

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Bradford County Emergency for illness related problems, ten
Medical: Services ended 1987 with a were in trauma and another seven
monthly average of 113 runs,,according suffered trauma resulting: from an U.S.301 North.Starka 964-7500 Gainesville 372-0103 .Jacksonville 282-4522
to Director Cliff Chapman. accident.
That average is 13 runs or calls over Eleven people suffered S..
1986 when the average was 99.9 runs. respiratory problems, nine were
In December the unit responded to cardiac patients* one was an
a total of 100 runs.Seventythree obstretic patient,two were overdose
Victims and one was a gunshot
transports requiredthe wound victim.
transporting of 79 patients.
Twenty-seven runs required no arrive were dead when'theunit Take the
transporting. Four runs were made one call was to standbyat
by the back-up unit. One patients a structure fire, four calls were
was transported by ShandsCalr and' cancelled and four were false
1 one was flown by Life Flight. alarms, r

The majority of the patients, 51r Q R-10 4,4/
were taken to Bradford Hospital. The / F
quick response unit respondedto
Four were taken to Shands, six to a total of eight calls during the a
North Florida Regional, tone to month of December. 0 tij
Veterans and five patients to, Four Alachua General Hospital, all in one brush fire, one vehicle(ire and
Gainesville. One patient was takento one downed power line.
Memorial Hospital in'' Jacksonville One call was a false /alarm.said
one to Fraser in Macclenriyone Chapman.
to Humana in Orange Park andone
patient to Lake Butler,Hospital

Hand Twenty-nine Surgery Center.people were'treated, Emergency. 9U, Challenge !


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Sat., Jan., 9,, ,7, 'p.m. us, the ,best deal I you can. get

Sponsored by'the Youth Ministry .
H.", t..(r*"'tit'; first United Methodist Church "" equipped
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For. Information: call the Church Office 964.6864 any
Large groups need to make reservations ,

$2.00 Donation $2.00 Donation = Chevy 'or Olds and .
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2+2'Loaded(1'.. : :. ?Clear car Loaded 'AutoAC ., ; Like New. 300 miles 8.800 miles"t-1,J'', ,ConvertIble Loaded,

$"10,988' "$8,888 .$9;788, '$6,988 ; '$10,988 $8,488 $11,488:; $17,988 $12,980

,86"C" price' '86':Trans.:Am, 86:Fiero86'Camaro ,::81' Pro Am 86 Monte Carlo 86' Chevette 86 Celebrity 84 Fiero SE
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i $9,488 '$10,488. .$8,988, '$7,988, ;$12,988, $8,488 '$3,988' ,$6,988; $6,488

r 86 Fifth'Ave ,8.6. };Tempo'' 88'GMC'' ,87 Ford t Van r{ ;'.a:6'Hyul1d,: 1 .86 M'ercury'' '86 iroc-Z "86 Plymouth ? 87 Silverado; ;
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Y 87 Tempo "'85 Camaro '86 Monte Carlo .865.10, 87 C-10 84C-20 87Laredo, 87 Chevy 86 Samurai
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