Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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January 14, 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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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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by Buster Rahn represent official positions until After setting the minimum CI\Y'" bon, ''will receive 'a raise ''to the -$4.30, with no. automatic;: step increase

BCT Staff Writer ratified m a Council meeting. The wage at $4.50 per hour, the evenings amount being paid the new .
Pop Warner Vote... In' a marathon three hour decisions made in this meeting will work was summed up in one statement employee City Clerk Neil Tucker presented a

A trophy presentation and election 'workshop Tuesday, ,Jan. 12, the probably be brought-up, discussedand : Each new employee, The workshop, was called to up- proposed pay grade schedule and
of officers for the Pop Warner Starke City Council agreed to' Increase confirmed in the Jan. 19 council regardless of pay grade, will receivea date the schedule of pay ranges and, asked the four; commissioners to

Football Association is set at 6 .m. the city minimum pay scale' meeting. 50 cents per hour raise at the end of pay grades for city employees, confine the discussion to setting the'
Saturday, Jan. 16, in the new Na 20 cents per hour,from $4.30 to M.50, The council may possibly turn ''six months satisfactory service. which had gone unchanged for the amount to be paid in each pay grade
tional Guard on Edwards Since the meeting was a down the proposals, but it is not like Anyone on board making less than past three years. The current
Road, armory workshop,: the actions taken do not ly to do so, the new employee, In the 'schedule sets the minimum wage atHazardous(See City Wages..p.2A>

BUS Alumni.,.
A meeting of'the Alumni Association = Waste
of Bradford High School is set ".
at 630; p.m..Monday Jan. 18, in the ,:'rnlntwdhih' l1J ",, -' d
Bradford Family Restaurant .

The public is invited, : Plan Hearing' Set
Fire Fighting...

A first responder fire fighting 'j"
course is being offered by the ''I ," "" " Tuesday in Raiford
Heilbron Springs Volunteer Department ." '.,,,0: ,I'' ...?". '" 1.,1,; ,"".,
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to all area fire departments : \ ." '.'
Jan;, 18.For I .\ Citizens of Raiford'will have the Senator Wayne Hollmgsworth and

more information, call Chief., ,chance to voice opinions on the pros, :both Representatives George Crady
Terry McCarthy. alter 5 p.m, at .. '1 posed annexation of prison propertyfor and Chance Irvine expressed strong,
964-70.26. aJ a hazardous waste treatment opposition to having the waste facility -

plant for the State of Florida. The placed In their districts. Commissioners -
opportunity be heard will come ata Joe Riddick and Maxie

'Youth :Ministry Movie..,. public hearing dunng the regular Carter, Jr.'''who attended the hearing
5:30: p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19, meeting did not express an opinion.
The First United Methodist Youth, of the Raiford Town Council, whichhas Rep. Cfady, in reference to a hearing
he had attended earlier
'unanimously, favored the in Lake
is sponsoring a l2 hour Butler,said "Mayor Griffis wants it,
waste site on Union Correctional
movie of the life of Christ
at the { "
Fellowship Hall Donations Institution property two miles nobody else does.
will be
north of Raiford off Highway 121. An Taking a "go slow before making
$2 each, fetiowtimes '
are: ,Friday ,
'a judgment" the, Government
annexation ordinance has already
Jan;8 m./and ''
,, Sat'Jan.9, 7
'Affairs Committee of the
pm.Square". been written and will be voted on at
) ..Starke/Bradford Chamber of Com'
the Tuesday meeting, according to
Raiford:: Mayor J.D. Griffis," mercer; chaired by Orian Wells, met
Dance.., In the meanwhile, battle lines are; Monday to''start' its fact-finding

,Plus Level being drawn up m the three counties' assignment in view of the expected 9
dance instrucalion'
square creation ot new in the The
jobs area.
with proposed sites for the hazardous ,
is available each Tuesday in with the committee will ask the Chamber's
waste facility,
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center
of executive! committee to request
preponderance expressed
from 8-10; p.m., with Ken Perez, being on the.negative side. opinion DEH to hold a public hearing in this
Caller. For additional information "
At Monday's legislative hearing inLake area
call .
{.964-7955. 4
Butler, Commissioner Gerald
,Unffis, who resides at Raiford and Opposition 'Petition...,
operates a construction business at ,'Bill Wood, ,a retired military officer
Loan Closet..., Starke, stood up and said,,'"I'd like and\ resident of Lake,,Butler.

Suwannee River'Economic Council .. / r4 to go on record as opposing this 1 has announced that a meeting will
Inc. has established a loan h.- .t -. thing, too. I am concerned about how ,be held at 7 p.m, January 19 (same
I the prison system would evacuate date as the Raiford public hearmgtto
closet at 134 East South St Starke and seller
mingle at
i Buyers ? ....
these prisoners In case of a mishap. Idon't set up a petition drive opposing
,lor lending medical equipment, including pecan auction (above)., Joe. Sutton know how they could move the waste facility being located in

,modes, tub wheelchairs grab bars, bedside showertub'seats com-' .(r) samples pecan .', wee ir- ''them quickly. I'm strongly opposedto Union County. Wood said he came to
'' IV' Griffis, is the Raiford area's Lake Butler nine years ago becausehe
crutches walkers'and
,, narrow .-, representative on the Commission, liked the quality of life offered by,
base .
canes.Borrowers and is Mayor Griff is'8 brother.. the 'rural setting. This would be
1 must meet eligtbiity 7,000 PoundsOf .... .
' Commissioners Sidney Todd andCary destroyed by construction of a large
,requirements, by providing proof of ":", ,'" .. ,' .'".' Taylor also voiced strong opposition plant to treat hazardous waste from
income ." all over the State he said.
.,1. 4 in response as Rep George' ,
Call-In Program:.. Nuts Soldby .'"I'" '' Crady went down the list o( county The Bradford .County proposedsite
li lii liw I; officials,asking if they had concerns at FSP is strongly opposed by '

A morning call-m service to Buster Rahn t about the waste facility. Superintendent Tom Barton because
assist senior citizens who are aloneis BCT Staff Writer At their Tuesday meeting Clay mixing hazardous wastes and hazar
offered/ by the Starke Police The Starke Farmer's' Market held its 1 County Commissioners unanimously dous prisoners is 'not, a good combination -

Department, according to Chief final pecan auction of the year'' last adopted a resolution protesting the he feels. .
Jimmy Bowen Thursday, Jan. 7, with prices reflecting location of a hazardous waste treatment Opposition to the FSP site is also
lo become involved in the program the quality of the nuts. facility anywhere in Northeast coming from some members of the
a citizen is asked to register' Market Manager Bobby; Allen''' said Florida. Only one Clay County site, ,Nortfiside Baptist Church who have I
with the Police Department, then good seedlings averaged 27 cents: a Camp Blandmg, was on the top five already laid the foundation for a new''''
call in before 10 a.m, each day. pound and Stewarts brought 30 cents per' list ,of possible locations for the $600,000 worship facility just ,off'
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will pound, somewhat lower than prices paidin plant The Blanding site seems!' Hwy, 16 on Hwy. 225, backing up to
check on those citizens who have' prior years.In unlikely however, since the only prison property. Buddy Revels, a
not called in. If there is no answer" discussing the pecan auction( Allen location available there, due to National member of the building committeefor
a police officer will visit the., said' prices have been low all the year, Guard training needs, is the the new. sanctuary and a resident
t.; residence but basically In line with other market former landfill (now closed) on a of the area, says he js

Chief Bowen reminds the public prices, yield and quality of nuts. triangular, 80-acre tract, between unalterably opposed to an FSP location ,
,that the service is available, The local pecan auction,the only one in Highways 16 and 215' It is doubtful for the plant.
.the state, sold 22,000 pounds of nuts this that DElI would decide to place a While not voicing '' an opinion

year, 15,000 pounds in the first offering, hazardous 'waste treatment plant himself when questioned Wednesday

Soup. Labels... held Dec. 3, and 7,000 pounds last week., atop a condemned landfill that likely Commissioner Carter said,
The auction attracted several buyers, already contains such materials. "Well, the man in 'the, street is
h Students at Southside Elementary but most of them were buying for individual oA Commissioner!! James ,Jet. whose against itthat's for sure."' "
want labels from any of Camp- use or small firms. Buyers for district includes the Kingsley Lake A, spokesman for' DER 'in-

bell's family of food products for large commercial firms did.not attend. '''area;said, "If Mayor Griffis wants' Tallahassee said the five sites now
Campbell's Labels Education Program this final sale., it in Raiford, give it to him. We don'tl) under consideration will be narrowed
The kids will exchange the 'Alien, who l'not 'only' manages the have the personnel to clean.up accidents. :-,, down( soon to' three "within the'
labels for free equipment such as Farmer's Market, but also acted as auc-t ." Department" and then presented to
'audio visual educational kits,. tioeer for the sale, said he is planning on Bradford County; Commissioners'have the Environmental Regulation Commission

reference materials. and science continuing the pecan auction next pecan not taken any official position'on ,. an appointive body, which
kits, and more) season, in the late fall of 1988., '' the waste site proposals, which will meet March 16 in Jacksonville 4.
Labels eligible include the red included.a location within the boundaries to'' make final recommendation to
and white Campbell's products, Bradford County is in the southern tip of Florida State Prison as the the Governor, the president of the'
Prego Sauce, V-8 juices, Franco- :of the pecan growing belt, with few No. 4 DER choice. ,, Chairman State Senate, and Speaker of the
'American products RECIPE dog pecan 'trees growing south of the Lawrence Mosley has said the board ,Florida House.' Final approval of a
food products, Pepperidge Farm Bradford-Alachua County line.The mostof feels it is not well enough informed ''site must be made by May 1 in orderto
products (UPC symbol Vlasic Florida pecans are produced in the on the matter to make a judgment. protect money being received
.pickle lids, Swanson products (the pan-handle. of,, the state,. west of Monticello. !-,, Only two Commissioners attended from' the i Federal government'

front panel from canned foods and w the legislative hearing at the courthouse -. Superfund appropriate for' cleanup
Proof of Purchase Seal from frozen In Starke Monday J where of hazardous: waste sites.
foods), Mrs Paul's products '

(Quality Please bring them Pledge save to these Panel SS Ele.labels The and collec-sendor Hearing Set Today on Citizen. Challenge of Belco Rezoning I

tion will go on through February. A 1:15-1:45: p.m. hearing is set today West side of:Orange, St; between. recommendations of the'' zonlng-"children 'walking along Orange 4 Plans Reviewed...

(Thursday, '''Jan. 14) in the Madison and Lafayette Sts. board, which voted 7-0 and 6-0 at Street to three area schools.: City commissioners reviewed four

Upcoming... chambers of Judge Stephen Mickle In the suit, filed without an at*, various meetings against the request site plans In a Jan. 5 meeting, approved
in the Bradford County courthouseon torpey, the group alleges that city,, to change from residential to, The final allegation charges that two and sent two others back
Public meetings scheduled In the civil suit m which Starke commissioners followed outdated commercial, and disregarded opinions -, one commissioner (former commis- ,to engineer Jerome Kelley for more

coming weeks are: residents challenge the city's rezoning guidelines, which,were .supercededin of, local residents, plaintiffs sioner Jimmy Crosby) had resignedand work. .
The Lawtey Council: Today of the west side of Orange Street. 1985. .' charge. presumably moved out of the Commissioners approved the Site-

Hall. Orange Street area residents missioners were negligent'' in not not conform with Florida Statutes issue.; KOA Campground on US-301 south.
.Starke Commission> : 8 p.m. Today Leland C. Black, Jesse' Sandberg viewing the proposed building site 163.3233 and 163.3203, in that public Site, plans for the ,,Belco Retail
(Thursday,Jan. 14)* in city '''and Georgia Roush filed a civil suit and considering the surrounding health and welfare are not taken into Belco Enterprises and Sunshine Sales Complex on Orange Street and
hall. A special meeting to discuss against the City of Starke several neighborhood, traffic and other ef considertion. according to the. .com- Industries' have met all legal reqUIrements Sunshine Industries, to be built in
city personnel policies. weeks ago, in protest to the city fects of rezoning 'on the plaint. up to this point,with ap-
The Bradford School Board: council's approval to rezone the neighborhood.. The city' did not take into con proval by /the, city zoning board and (See Citizen Suit..p.zA
Monday, Jan.. 18, 1 p.m. in the Belco Enterprise property along the The city council disregarded the ,sideration the safety of school city commissioners
school board meeting room in the

from Administration Temple Bradford Ave. In High Building Starke.School across on N., County to Get Condo Rezoning Problem at Jan. .2O Session I

Raiford Council: 5:30 p.m, Tues .
day, Jan. 19, in city hall. A public by Buster Rahn acres to build two additional units on diminished,'I will withdraw the petition. dent respond.. German said the'' nicest, in' the county. Martin said
'hearing on the proposed hazardous BCT Staff Writer SE-80th Ave.,just off SR-21, ."' Emery was referring to the condos will degrade the whole area.: Emery is responsible for the fine
builds fine homes.
waste treatment plant Is set. The Bradford County Zoning The land, currently zoned RSF-i. 9-12 people in the audience who live "Let him build where he already has quality, as he
Starke Commission: Tuesday Board split 3-2 Tuesday Dec. 29, in single family residential with lot size in the single family residential sub property zoned RMF .(Residential. ,,: the past two years, Emery value exceed
Jan. 19, 7:30 p.m.'Commission approving W.C. Emery's request to restrictions, is directly beUnd the division directly across SE-80th Ave;',, Multi Family) five homes' ,whose
meeting room City HaJJ on Thompson rezone property in Geneva Lake condos facing SR-21 at SE-SOth Ave. from the proposed condo construction -' German;etealtorassociatedwith $500,000. increased in
said traffic
Street. Regular third Tuesday Estates accommodate two addi. and joining the property currently : .. Watson Realty bought his home site Martin subdivision result of building
the as
meetm. tional condommimums, over strong zoned RMF, residential .multi- Emery' said with present zoning, from Emery m 1985. and will increase
condo units
Bradford County Commission> : citizen protests. family. he can build four single family Larry Tuttle who bought his property 12 '
If additional units are'
matters, plus other mid-'' The two for which condos, from Emery eight years ago, even more :
'On zoning acres rezoning Commissioners will hear the request residences rather than two built. He said, "We do not need spot,
month business. Wednesday, Jan. is requested, are located on SB 80th Wednesday, Jan.' 20, 1988, at but the single family units will said he' has "nothing against Mr' .
Commission meeting ,Ave., near the Intersection of SR-21 create traffic than eight condo Emery" but "the condos will zoning. '
8 m. 7:30 p.m.. In /the, courthouse more Henry Whitfield, who lives acrossSEBOth
roomTcourthouse on N. Temple and' Speedville Road, south of umts, due to the type families each degrade the neighborhood. Tuttle ,
Ave. from the proposed con-
Ave in Starke. Keystone Heights. The plot is part of would attract. The condos will likely said he bought his home with the,
.the Zoning Board of Bradford the 170 acres purchased in 1972 by Residents Complain... be sold to elderly, without children, understanding the' area would remain do bittered site,appeared resident to to address be the most the zon-em-

County: Tuesday, Jan 26"at 7 p.m. Emery, and developed into single When Emery came to the podium while single family units would be zoned for' single. family board. He said. "Emery isn't ,
in the Starke city hall. family dwellings and condos by the, to address the zoning board,he said. attractive to families with children, residences. : ing word. He said he would
,.The Zoning Board of Starke} owner. ,"I didn't expect this much opposition with. additional automobiles. : Rudene Martin, referring to keeping -,
Thursday,Jan. 28, 7 p.m. In the Emery built six' condos along but if they can prove to me that Bill German, who lives on himself as a pioneer in the area,said (See Condo..P.zA)

,Sturke city hall. SR-21 and seeks to ,rezone the two their property values, will be Lakeshore.Drive, was the first resi the Emery development is one of the r

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Chamber. Banquet Set Jan, 23; I

50 More Tickets Still Remain '

a K Deadline to buy tickets for the annual C of C Awards.,. ing the Tunes-Union, as a copyeditor
Within a short time he
Zdr .IIL4 "t meeting and banquet of the Winners of the Chamber's annual promoted to chief of the news desk was,
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Comimerce
citizenship, humanitarian and He began his Poke McHenry ..col
has been extehdad to Monday -
students of the year'awards will be umns in May 1978 mostly for the
Jan. 18. named at the banquet. of .
'4in sheer love writing.Poke's
4n +- ai Some 50-60 tickets remain to be
.t worked
Chamber on
sold, to Chamber A committee readership/ snowballed. In
according! '
this week.
choosing the excused from
1981 was further
4 Secretary Darlene Godwin For The choices wilt remain secret until desk duties and given the green light
ticket reservations, call the
Chamber at 964-5278.. the banquet. to travel NQrth Florida and South
The banquet is set Jan. 23 at the Georgia td bring Times-Union
,, Poke readers his, rare perspective
new armory in Camp Blanding McHenry.
Social hour is from 1:>>1:30: p.m. A ,Vic Smith, better know by his' humor, downtoearth'philosophy
country band, the Country Gents, pseudonym of Poke McHenry; 'Is a'<
,. will play during! the social hour seasoned veteran of many' years In Poke'i wnting has what' is known\
The banquet will begin at 7:30: the newspaper business and manyan as "the touch' Nobody, including
p.m. The ,menu is steak, baked exceptional bit of writing, as Poke, knows' exactly what 'the
'" potato, and salad, says Banquet, many readers of his column la the. ,,4touchy: but it includes a,, rare
:> Coordinator'Carolyn Autry.The ptV>. ''Florida Times-Union can attest < 'talent to string words together so
''I .,, gram will begin at 8:45 p.m. '-.",<*,* Poke joined the Times-Union staff 'they make magic and music.
I"" ',,! I"" Featured. speaker scheduled I IS' 12 years ago, after more than 30, t Poke is at home and at ease with
:( 'r'Chamber Poke McHenry, who is expected to years on Georgia and Alabama everybody.. He has shaken hands
',' :N'e Officers..., poke a little fun at himself and tell of weekly and daily newspapers. He with presidents and partaken
The new officers of the SUrUe-Bradfurd Chamber of of! the Chamber.. Dr. Leonard Schlofmaiv Starke op his experiences hunting and fishing was born Oct. 29, 1919 in Ben Hill 'potables with taxi drivers, and says
I Commerce! will he installed at the annual banquet and toml'trl..t.l" vlce-pregicient-rlrcl. The new treasurer U Poke whose real name is Vic Smith County, a few miles outside Fitzgerald he prefers the latter.
dinner set Jan. 23. 'Dr. Bernie Mrt'adden. director or the Starke (.Center i is a well-known columnist for the: Georgia, in a sharecropperlog
Murke realtor Susan Kuiilkiicr the president-elect Santa Ke Community College. Current President Ray Florida rimes-Union. cabin long since eaten away by Poke loves people. He also loves to
Another of the and hunt, and to sample the
:Norniiin will preside oier the banquet.Citlzen'S highlight banquetwill termites.His fish
be the presentation by the Camp experiences m'the newspaper delightful cooking he encounters in
Blanding National Guard unit of a business run the gamut from rookie his travels.
I Suit. program ''entitled "200 Years of reporter and sports writer on the old He is a man of firm con\'lc IQI\S.
Freedom A Salute to the Constitution .. Fitzgerald Leader, before World whether you agree with him or not,
," Guests will be greeted at the "He'll be a high spot, a delight
War II, to positions of sports editor
construction'to the Brad- reeled site at its next
beglti"on plans meeting
page ,door Guardsmen in period Orian Wells told the Chambers
by ,
ford Place center''which Tuesday, Jan. 19, in City Hall. state news editor, feature writer
shopping costumes, such as George editor, and Board of Governors the other day
Several residents of the photographer, copy
industrial 'park, were will house a Wal-Mart Discount Orange!
,the city's '
Washington, Miss Liberty, or Ben almost anything else one can name. "He makes you glad you. live in
Food Lion
site Store and Grocery
further work on a
returned for
plan drawings, when city engineers store, -a national chain drug store Street area, who nave protested the jamin Franklin.Twenty members. of the Bradford He even did. a stint m advertising as this Bernie part McFadden of the country., director says of Dr the
lack of and Belco Enterprise project at both zoning a salesman.Poke
clarity. Department
withheld approval Stump's ,Store\ ;
High Band have been added for addl. spent almost 23 years with Starke Center of Santa Fe Community
others. hearings Were in attendanceJan.
With approval of site plans, Fred
and Pat McElroy will proceed with The site plans for Belco Enterprise 5. but it isn't 'clear that further tional musical support. the Albany, Ga. Herald before Join- College.
plans to move the KUA Campground and Sunshine Industries were protests to the' city will avail
to its new location south of Lewis held up temporarily, pending anything, since ,approval of site
Timber Co office on US-301 South. changes by engineer Jerome Kelley plans is usually routine if- city reqUlre'ments City Wages. .''to $4.50 'starting salary, dropped
Their move'' wilt\ clear ,4he( way for The council will review the cor are met grades 2-5, making grade 6 into pay
,(from page 1A)I grade 2. Each employee entering the
I Condo Rezoning. work force at pay grade 1 will advance 'LOTTERY
but the commissioners would automatically to pay grade 2
from page: |A> Several speaKers referred to sign- family) and the condos were already digress from time to time and at the end of six months satisfactory TICKETSON
not come into our area (with ing a petition to allow the building of built when the petition was cir discuss individual positions and pay. service, or will be terminated
condos Now he will be within 50 condos, which have since been built culated. The petition was circulatedin Clerk Tucker told the commis- Councilman Charles Schaefer said SALE HERE.
feet of lot." Each speaker said Emery promisednot reference to changing covenant sioners that once pay grades have Supervisor Power Resources Bill
Bill Newman my followed Whitfield to to build condos in the immediatearea restrictions, and not related to been established, then the various Weldon starts new employees at, 10 "Ask about our FREE'
the podium and 'reiterated if the petition were signed.The rezomng. city positions can be assigned to the percent below the minimum wage Lottery,Tickets"
.Whitfield's statements.The speakers indicated the petition was pay grades, comparable to respon- and raises them to the Posted
opposition continued, with'at circulated in an ,effort to get the sibility and expertise required! for minimum 'Wage at the end of six COMMISSARYFOOD
residents parcels rezoned for multi-family, the job. months. '
least two other addressingthe
units. The proposed Schedule continued Mayor' iravis Woods 'called a I STORE'
zoning board some of whom' 'Emery said he does not remember' the $4.30 minimum wage with $4.50 special council meeting for'' Thursday .
,didn't bother to come to the podiumto Emery said the land was already telling the residents that he would per hour coming at pay grade S.The Jan 14, at 8 p.m.. to discuss ,SR 225 at US. 301 ggwtey
follow speak, making it ,difficult to zoned RMF' (residential, 'piulti- not build more condos in the area. commissioners changed pay grade 1 .other personnel policies. '762-3017


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:.under' the, '/Small, Cities'.Community' Development Block Grant (CDBG)"program For each
activity'that' is proposed least 51% of. the'funds must benefit low and moderate Income 9Rfl9Al1I '

persons', The .activities" ,"dollar' amounts I/''and 'estimated percentage, 'benefit, to, 'low 'and t t PRICED BEGIN THURS...,JAN. '14th. i iItfISClIMANir

moderate income persons for.whlch the City is'ppplying"are' ; THRU, WED., 'JAN. 20th: I"

INCOME PERSONS' YIELD 1.4ri. r t.rprMM I l

019a .Water Facilities 35000.00 ,100% I

'091c Water'Hook'-UpS';. $ 2550.00 .:'., 100%'

01,7 Street' t Improvements ,, ,, '$80,000.00': r ,100%( ,

181' Administrative S11.755.-QQ V: 100%', ,inlner's (hoicc

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The City of Hampton plans to minimize displacement of, persons' a 'result of plannedCDBG r r 6-PAK 12 oz. ,,,,,,,.,"r,.. 3 10Uo liTER,.
funded activities in the .following manner: no displacement"proposed under'thist. 'f. 4 9 N R.

project. BTLS wr

If any persons are displaced as a result of ((hese 'planned activities,the City will' assist :

such persons in'the following manner'As'required f under ,the 24 CFG 42 ,U.S. Departmentof e .,

Housing and UrbanDevelopment's regulation thai implements the Uniform Relocation .
Assistance and,Real Property' Acquisition POlicy-Act of 1970 '

A statement. of the proposed FFY'' 1988 CDBG project"'Is as follows;'The City CDBG \ -

project ,Is_a n neighborhood revitalization project. The City undertakes sewer improvementsand

sewer hook'-ups' In the area. Total project cost is $129,305.00 and 100% of the

project cost, will benefit low and moderate income persons.A r ,1 1y

public hearing to provide, citizens'an opportunity to comment'on the application

will be held in City Hall on Tuesday, January 19, ,1988, at 7:30 p.m. A copy of the ",,Y VN1Ml IIAN iTh'
application will be 'available for review at the Grant Office 108 E. Call $t. 'To obtain S

additional Information concerning the application and public i hearing, contact Linda Day or

John Modshie, ((904)) 964-8902, P.O, Box $053, Starke FL 32091 -

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On theConsumer's ,g' Legislative Hearing Held k

Side $ i'- Uequesta for dollars for a BHS students expected In the fall. f

gym renovation the solid waste program Enrollments above this cap are not,
the retarded citizens, and funded by, the state, and must be
Doyle Conner Commissioner 'special education were made at the made up from local sources. 1 ,,; ,v
annual legislative hearing Monday, "The Florida Association of
Jan. 11 in the Bradford School Boards has this
'' County cour on their agenda -
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT1 OF AGRICULTUREAND thouse. ( to present to the legislature"

CONSUMER SERVICES There were no requests for higher said Schlofman, and asked for the
!taxes. Legislators said not tax bills delegation to support the bill when, ," .
are being considered during the upcoming presented.

Safely Managing Hazardous Waste session This,is an election
year. Waste.,. /
Over\ the past 40 years our jlives have become more convenient as a Representative George Crady County Commissioner Joe Riddick) ,,,r
result of the types and number of consumer products available in the D-Yulee, Senator Wayne Holl- advised that, the Regional Solid "'
marketplace. these products,such as niedicines insecticides cleaners, ingsworth D-Lake City, and Waste Managemant Plan 'Is workingon Sen.,,lloHings worth-is-Greeted...
paints and plastics contain a variety of chemicals. Once the useful life of Representative Chance Irvine an Interlocal Agreement, but has Sen Wayne llollingsworlh( ,'D-Lake City Is greeted by County t.ommis-.
these products is over, they become wastes some of which are hazar R-Orange Park, met with citizens become down
bogged on when a; sinner Maxie Carter Jr., left as he niter for tun" mission) meeting from
,,dous.: ; and officials of Bradford county to county can withdraw from the plan for the annual pre-leglslative hearing. K"|>. ('hl1..tI. Irvine, It-Orange)
Especially dangerous are lIcides.: After receiving reports of ruptured hear the concerns'of their,,consti- without being committed to a 40 year Purk, and Rep.George Crady,,IM.ul.-..,"'also attnulvil. the public h",ai'ing.Krp. .
'I or leaking homeowner pesticide products. Commissioner of tuents.A indebtedness or havng to help, 'rady acted as the chairman and listened pith. iimniy and fcXbmtlnffkiiil .
Agriculture Doyle Conner warns consumers to closely examine older large portion of the meeting was finance a siting study that will be the, and the general publicSUEL'S .
stocks of any pesticide they may have In storage. Conner suggests that devoted discussion of locating a deciding factor in joining or
consumers buy only as mucn as they need at a particular, time, and hazardous waste treatment plant in withdrawing from the group ,
stressed the importance for consumer to read and follow all label instructions. Bradford Clay or Union counties. "The problem is finding money to
If products cannot be used! or safely stored because of age or (See a related story in this issue of put in before' the agreement is
to get answers to other questions about pesticides,consumers can call the The Telegraph. final," he'' said "What are the RETIREMENT ,HOME
t pesticide; Program Office of the Division of Inspection at (904) 4870534. chances of getting help for seed
A waste is generally considered hazardous if it Is corrosive, ignitable, Gym Renova'tion"1School money to conduct the siting study
reactive or toxic. From this definition, the Environmental Protection Board Chairman Len which we have beem told could cost ACLF-ADULT CONGREGATED UVING FACILITYCERTIFIED .
Agency (EPA) has developed a list of generic types of household wastes' Schlofman appealed for help In obtaining up to a million dollars." .
that contain hazardous components. They are,: funds to renovate the gym- Bradford County may find the best NURSING ASST. CPR
;In the kitchen and !bath nasium at BHS. solution to our waste problem wouldbe .
Dram openers oven cleaners; wood and metal cleaners and polishes "Local organizations have endorsed a sub-regional group with the'' &-
discarded Pharmaceuticals. this project" he said 'We will prison system, Union and Baker FIRST AID TRAINED, STAFFGROUP
1.ln the garage; appreciate any help you can give." counties. Riddick stated, He asked
Oil and fuel additives grease and rust solvents carburetor and fuel injection "Since there are no PECO 41 If this were the case, would we lose 6
cleaners and starter fluids, outdated chemistry sets. (Private Educational Capitol any funding?" t } 1
"!In the'workshop' : Outlay) funds this year maybe the "Secretary Dale Twachtmann of '
Paint thmners, paint strippers and removers, adhesives lottery funds could be used for that the State Department of Environmental sr
Lawn and garden: purpose," Scholfman said "Our Regulation is drafting
Herbicides pesticides, fungicides add wood preservatives.The building needs are terrific.' legislation for the 13 county regional
average individual alone produces: approximately one ton of wastea "We have been petitioned by group," said Sen. ilollmgsworth,
year in the home, some of which is hazardous. The overall impact of ,educators all over Florida not to "We want to ,hold the counties Pd, LI'
household hazardous waste disposal is not fully known but potential concerns replace funds already appropriatedwith together,." he said.. The costs of
include: lottery ," said Sen. Holl-t transportation will dictate the location
money ..
}" Health problems for homeowners children and pets from, improper ingsworth., of a central landfill, and the indications .-- \....,:. '
Ih storage and disposal by the consumer.Injuries Since PECO''' funds will sustain are northern. Alachua
',1 to refuse collection personnel, while waste is being emptied the schools for only seven days this County, he said.' .

'X 'compacted or transported. year," said Rep. Crady "Capital Bottle Bills...? '.
'"I Spills and fire hazards at collection fend disposal sites. improvements may be the best placefor Solid Waste Director Darrell .,-.u..,: ,'.,MI""""" ...., ,,

jj; Pollution' of air. ground water, and surface water,, resulting from improper the lottery money." 'O'Neal asked if any "bottle bills"are j I "
r'"l of septic tanks and wastewater treatment systems from Special Ed Funding... being considered to help pay the HOME FOR AMBULATORY SENIOR ,;, ',
1,' disposal of hazardous, wastes dawn drams. Turning to another matter, Schlof- cost replied of recycling.,' "It doesn't Sen.make Hollingsworth sense to ADULTS t' REASONABLE, RATES '
}' Recycling is an excellent way of handling hazardous waste from the ''man said, "We need to have the cap hang a charge on drink bottles and -
home. For example,used motor oil can be turned in at a collection centerto on special education funding remov not catchup bottles mayonnaise',, DAY CARE' AVAILABLE FOR ELDERLY
be burned as fuel or re-refined l for Use as a lubricant. Another form of ed." There is an influx of 10 or 15 or everything that comes packagedIn 'ALONG. WITH \VEEK-LN TERMS
recycling is sharing products with friends and neighbors. A word of cau, new students in the special education glass 24 HOUR SUPERVISION
.Lion; Such products should change hands only 'in the original containers classes this year, he said, and' Senior Services.
:,with the proper labels. they have to be funded from general
For more information on household hazardous waste;write for a' free funds because of the cap. Med! Conelly, president of the Bradford -, : WALKER
packet: U,S.. EPA, '401 M Street,. S.W<, Office of Solid Waste and The cap is set in April each year Association Retarded. SUE, ,LOTT" ,
Emergency, Response (WH-562)), Washington D.C. 20460. ;, toll-free 'when projections are made as to the Citizens, asked for matching fundsto '
1-800-424-9346. number ". of special education help in building the new facility at'' A .Country, ,Atmosphere: With At' lame 'Type Setting,

I BHS Girls Get, Biff Win Over O'an. ParkThe the Industrial. Park for.Sunshine Industries Planned Activities' "

> w... Five clients have already I been ,l' Mile] South on St."R I.

;I": Bradford, High's girl ''varsity'' so that- when they returned to the _'..., U1e( ) f, Oovl.,,,1}J,1M. 'C. 'Minion, 'placed community In wage. he earning said, and jobs the in newwoikshop the PHONE 468-2619' 325-1Iunpton"FL;
? 0-0/20, n, William 13/"'. i. tolaM.. bit Sion, Ki .
[\\'Ii' basketball players improved their game four quick points were scored. vital to their
( '>llr, 43 41i. Ce.lnn. tr-VS, A. ,......0.. ,)is program.
season record to 4-5 to date with two putting the game out of reach. 1 0/11. M,William*4-9/ ",'0''.! 33'10/26-74: --- ..:. _.., ,,.,.,,, ::0 ," "
i" wins, 52-44 over Orange Park, 78-18 I 4r.d.ra fl II It '1. SZO.P. t...WoW ((1ITommy| COCK)*JS11....tI_Col. STARKE n' '
over Lake Weir, against one loss .l* t It S '11-44 .y Ot/.I, Wandatenkint 2-\:1-5: fenny Schmidt0t STARKE PLAZA W '1murt Ptora2S15
I..dkrd((121)_f.lk4oOovllvl. ,>, Uionda l>l,hlJO ',,,1-1. tolol.10.21.11. NW13 St
48-51.10 Sastside; High of Gainesville 4S2 W MatliionPAI.AIKA
.>4*, Sobs WkUlotnt 10-2. ".... autlaf
in the past week. ,,-", Iy_'.Cyanloe 5-31..13. Maniha. WllllamlI BUS 48 Eastside 51 OCALA
Coach John Slater' wanted to improve .4-3,5-IB Tol.''r t,21-7/17.2 "You could see us in this KMAHTSrl.CTftM
.... t. khan Kino 'a'etka l MM wr-
0. faik ((44|" K KrauM
the of M
concentration his *Sim n >
said Coach Slater. "Our fast tx *
,MM..av..*,.).Shaw 30/J>, D, >mlihI45-4jK game too us 19
players' by working theWnarder"! fM''DO 90/14 K, liubakar 10-3: A. MimnlnghoH111 ; / break developed-*the team startedto
. 1, The: quick BHS, girls went to the fast #- ,"Totali. i'.w/f.u.: jell'' he said. WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR THE SEASON'S NEWEST FASHION tql f
break and a man-to-man, defense BUS 74 Lake Weir 18 The Lady Tornadoes visited the, DISCOUNTS THROUGHOUT THE
and has won to games. Eastside Rams last Thursday Jan. G STORErro q
The Girls dominated a EvE
7, where they lost a close game with ,
Iif Lake Weir team visiting the
: BUS 52 Orange Park 44 Momka Williams scoring 26 points, !
Bradford Jan. 8. Lake SALE
.f "We finally'' beat a good team," Gym Friday and Felicia Davis adding 11. SUPER
Weir was down after losing five in a
said Coach Slater of his girls varsity .d/d'. M 13 If ,101, 4<
and the Tornadoes were more .
basketball row, .....140 It 14 U, I II
,' squad defeated
,, they than willing to make it six. radtord((41))_ Monika WlIII_.2 2/2.26,..llcl.' 0
the Orange Park five 52-44 on the K.ndY.ull4f.2.li2 S, Khondo.
'1 The Bradford five got hot, got Davit 4-3/411 trlgM
,:';\ 11.W Tornado. home ,court Monday, Jan their fast break going and '1,1'10-1-1/1.3" 'y..". Covlnglait ,t 11t:3, Total'* NTIRE STOCK

Coach Slater lot of 'dominated the game after the first ......... (III-) I, _.. SO-10 t. Stromon4SI4 ..;,
gives a creditfor
: ; quarter was played to a 8-8 tie. The (- ,K Moor..,I,2 t.JahnuNi 20'C_...,
:\\tj the win to Carrie Musson and 2-( 10 halftime score shows the surge ,IngloK 3,I 0-11, '0"'.' 3,14-S-7 91. -
Williams .
t.. ,Roberta who came off the
in the Tornado offense after the fast
r '/bench in the final quarter made break was established. Tonight Thursday.( Jan. 14)) the
\jo' some fine defensive plays while giving BHS girls visit Gainesville High for
_.. 14 M 14 ,2O'14
df4 1
:'.. the regular guards enough rest 1' I,' ,1, 1 It 5:30: and 7 D.m. eames

I I.: : JV Girls Improve- Season Record to 8-1 6OFF

,: Bradford High girls junior After a slow start the Tornadoescame They added U more in the third
', varsity basketball squad has added alive in the second quarter. quarter, and coasted to an easy wing
three more wins in the past week. for and again in the fourth to seal the giving up one point advantage in the'final
an 8-1 season record. 'win, frame.,
The ',JV girls. under Coach Sue ...+..14 t II S II ;. 4f Scoring was spread throughout the
Trieste,. remains the 'winningest ,0..peak IS' II" "T \" J. team with Chanda Woods 10 points [Every' Item, In The ESS
and Rhonda
LakeVeir'15 Latara Jackson .
basketball team BUS 63
8 points each, Anne Taylor scored 7" Has Been il
'' Store
The Junior Tornadoes,jumped off' Arkeva''' Williams and Pat Allen 6 Entire p1.QEa t ON55
,: BUS 40 Orange Park 39 to a 14-4 lead In the first quarter and each,,and Dana Norman 4. .t, For ThisSuperSale
hard to never let up throughout the game. .. ( Reduced apap S B 5
In a close game fought the ......... 1 13 II tl
'end., the Lady Tornadoes emerged Three BHS players scored in double ...... II' 4' 1 It, 3* c
... QptEA oa
victorious by only one point, 40-39 digits: Anne Taylor .18, Dana ;
against the Orange Park five,'on .Norman 16, and Pat Allen 10. Rhon'
their home court at BUS gym. da Bryant and Latara Jackson had 6 Upcoming.,. WALLTOWALLSAVINGS ,
This was the same team that won each, Arkeva Williams S, and Chan- Tonight Thursday Jan.' 14, the aMS; ooMESt ,1hbeae
over the Tornadoes by only one da Woods 2., 'Junior Netters travel to Gainesville :
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point 26-27, at ,the Orange Park ',, }, High for what should be' a hard .
IM.W.U 4 I .4 1 : II *
court Dec 8. fought down to the Wire contest. *
,Top scorer was Latara Jackson BUS"49 .. Eastside 36 The GHS Junior Girls have an 8-1 No Refund* or Exchange/ %
with lib Close behind was Rhonda After a slow start the Tornado five season record identical to the BUS
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Bryant at 10, Anne Taylor bad 8. I took command in. the second Girls JV record., for This Sal* of Sales!

Dana, Norman ,,,6,, and ,Arkeva quarter, and ended the half with a Next home game Is with Keystone
Williams 5., two point advantage! 20-18. Heights Friday, Jan. 22.

,New Vo-tech:. Courses Set'

;n The following courses are offered for the second semester at the Bradford-

Union Vocational Technical Center; 41.4
,{Ili Beginning Floral Design-223-3/2a-7uea.,7-10 p.m., $18.
\ '.Advanced Floral Design-/2S-3/3.-Thurs., 7.10 p,m., $18.
;} Computers for Beginners-2/29-3/2l-Mon., 7-10 p.m., $17.,
;11 f.. ..Advanced Computen-l/ -Z/17. Wed.,7-10 p.m., $35 'tiCPRFirst ,
Aid-1/25-2/10, Mon 4 Wed..7-10 p.m., $5 plus book.
.Kids/Discipline (How to Get Your Kids To Do the Things/ You Want Them

To Do-Feb. 1, Monday 7-9 p.m.,Free
Child Care Certification (Make-up classes-Please call for Information.' .
f All classes require pre-registration./ For Information, call 964-6150 or' A s
964-6800 ext. 122. ,


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-- Mission .

Dr. Gannon Says De Soto ". ,' '' Worthington '

Brought ,,Pigs Along" with Him On Santa Fe River 'Near 1

Three centuries ago chain of Spanish

Dr. Michael Cannon history professorat one of the most important historical finds mission stretched across northern
the University of Florida and director of In many years The camp site was at Florida from St. Augustine the
the Institute for Early Contact Period Tallahassee, a short distance from where Apalachicola River and included more
Studies between Europe and the .New the State capitol now stands The speaker ,than 40 churches and settlements.
World, was guest speaker at the Rotary said DeSoto brought along about 300 One of the links in this chain was Santa
Club last week,giving a fascinating insight Spanish pigs for food and managed to Fe de Tolosa., a mission that, according to
'into''the early explorations of Columbus, keep them together to use for food during an 1832 Florida map, was located at the
Ponce de Leon and DeSoto his travels through Florida' and several confluence on the Santa Fe River,near.the

Although ,Columbus is credited with other states, present town of High Springs
discovering the New World by, accident, Dr Gannon said the search'for Spanish Until recently these early missions
Or Gannon said the Spanish explorer was missions in Florida is still in progress, and were almost forgotten except by mentionin
not sure what he |had found when he landed that one soon to be explored was named a few Florida history books,'but now
tin sailing ship, on an island In the Santa Fe de Tolosa and was located near there is a revival of scientific interest.Ar ,
Bahamas m 1492. Columbus was seeking a the confluence of the Santa Fe River and chaeological and historical investigationsof ,
new route to India and called the nativeshe New River, not far from Worthington Springs the mission sites are now underway in i
found "Indians because he thought he northeast and northwest Florida Using
had arrived there He died without know Dr. Gannon is known to many television new remote sensing techniques, field excavators SO bell? o tabs 1 iI I
ing he had discovered the New World.Dr. viewers for his Channel Five program are able to locate long-buried j
Gannon said the recent discovery of "Conversations', during which he inter buildings and interpret portions of sites
the winter camp of DeSoto, who Is believed viewed prominent persons in many fields, before the first shovel is placed in the
to have landed Tampa Bay m 1536, was including, the arts and sciences.Eb1TORtALS ground. -

The Tolosa mission Is believed to be
located several miles east of O'Leno State r all
of $40,000 from Santa C t
Park. A recent gift y y _
; ': : Fe Health Care in Gainesville will be usedto
underwrite the work of Florida State
,, Museum archaeologists to pinpoint the
location of the J7th Century State mission
and its associated Indian villages. This 1832 Florida map shows the location of Toloca at what appears -,

of Concerned Area to be the confluence of the Santa Fe River and New River
People 'the museum'lcurator
,: Dr Jerald Milamch.
of, archaeology, said that in the near Worthington Springs

:,"" ,, Should Be Given Public Hearing' photographVspecialists' from project the Institute aerial '

of Technology Development's ,Space 'and its occupants sample, and preserve at the site."

On Hazardous Waste Site Remote Sensing Center will employ infra-red the Physical anthropologists can apply In commenting on the exploration'pro.
latest techniques in thermal : sophisticated techniques to analyze the ject Edward Peddie, SFHC president,
the mission
'multi-scanning: to photograph remains of the mission Indians
skeletal said, 'This gift signifies our ongoing interest
The term,-"Hazardous Waste Dump"has this does not happen at a hazardous. site.The data obtained will then be analyzed themselves, learning about their diets and in the cultural life and health of the'
an ominous sound and is likely to ,waste treatment facility, at the National Space used Technology to plan diseases Through modern technology the population we serve. Promoting this study
arouse immediate opposition from a Laboratories and the studies. story of people who lived and died three should invigorate a broader understanding
community targeted as a possible site. O1O the five sites mentioned, it seems on-the-ground remote sensing centuries ago can be told, Milamch said. of the culture and condition of the people
likely that three will be easily' Jest excavations and corings will then "'Thanks to Santa Fe Health Care, this who inhabited this area three centuries
The term, 'Hazardous Waste Treatment eliminated for various reasons, leaving, 'provIde refined identification of buildings year's investigations ,should produce a ago"
Facility" sounds less ominous, but only, the two prison facilities in Union and other features of the area. Historians detailed plan of the mission compound and Infra-red scanning of the area to pinpoint '
:still brings forth some negative reaction' County as possible finalistsUnion Correctional 'will also! combine early documents from outlying settlements," Milamch said. the location of structures and artifacts
and the need for caution and getting the institute Raiford the era of Spanish occupation of Florida ,"With this knowledge we can make informed is scheduled to start this month.'
near, emerging firsthand of the missionj'Iietters decisions aboui what to excavate
for descriptions !
answers to a lot of questions that,
as No. 1, like it or not.Supt. Barton'sobjections ,.
naturaUyarise.,, seem logical and will likely

The surprise element in suddenly'finding -, carry weight, in addition to the fact that ==
that fpur out of the five "finalistsi ,FSP is located in a much more heavily ''to .the Editor: F'ORESTRY'Y

for location of such a plant are within a populated' area than the proposed site '
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radius of 15 miles of Starkewith no of'; on UCI property north of RaIford.' 'iN| BRADFORD COUNTY

ficials in Bradford, Clay orUnion, Coun-, 'The complete, surprise'' of; prison officials -

ties having> been informed or consulted and I other property ,owners in- ,

before the story, broke in the new'' volved'as well as this area's legislative Fear'and Alarm,Expressed, by Reader Arbor Day, Jam 15
mediahas contributed to the unease' delegation has led to speculation that arrives'this 3
Waste-Site' Arbor Day,which week on,
'Over Of
regarding the controversial
subject DER may have made the initial pro- Friday, Jan. IS, is the time, weahet wise,, '
Hearings were reportedly held inMiami' spect list from a casual ride-by inspec- to: p lint JV-"n.... shad e t..A es .'n.. FI on'''J'... '

, Altamonte Springs (near' Orlando tion of sites, or from a list of state-' Dear Editor: will have upon our community: Let us not Almost thousand schools'are ready to
), and Jacksonville,' but, so far the owned properties., Prison officials in the It was with great fear and alarm that I be too hasty in our decision to woo this' out a ceremonial tree-planting that

public m the most affected areas have two counties, county commissioners, read in last week's paper the possibility of dump to clean our' area.and 'Why air pollute and water our day.carry Municipal and garden club groups,
not been given the ,opportunity to be and the district's ,senator' and two' a hazardous waste dump coming to relatively supplies to satisfy bureaucratic pure greed?Let throughout the' state may be doing (the.sagie. ,

heard. If any further hearings are plan- representatives ,all said they learned of,,'. Raiford. us keep! our. community unsullied from-, /

ned they have not been announced.. the hazardous waste locations: only !1through .. 'and My first"thoughts ll $ !were-Tfwarticle of increased quoted air'a potentially harmful, waste. products\: ,, y..t"M &
accounts. watel"'p We as citizens,have the right to expect a, Arbor. Days due to its climate Tree are
', as that there is
Because, of this lack information" consulting engineer saying i
dormant In most of the state ,
the time
'pollution-free environment for ourselves, by
and opportunity, for discussion, some'' Clay County Commissioners likewise shortcuts no danger the Every public' day If there we hear are no of our children and grandchildren Why ban ,chilly weather arnves in January and ;
citizens, including one letter-writer1 to had po prior information and' mismanagement of hazardous' waste smoking in public places if a hazardous FebruaryoThat, \ when they are easiest to '
The ,Telegraph, refer to the proposed unanimously approved a resolution plants and in these instances threats to the waste plant" sits in our back yard? There is move and transplant in new locations, .
"hazardous Tuesday opposing a hazardous waste general.public are very real. a bit of incongruity in that I
project a waste dump', Nationally( Arbor Day (which reaches J
which implies dumping or' burying in ,treatment plant anywhere in Clay County Will we have an i iron-clad guarantee that' Let us work together to halt this travestyof 103 years of age in 1988)! ) falls m late April, ,
the ground- ,complete 'no-no under Camp Blanding was ,No. 3 on the top nuclear wastes'' will never be depositedhere justice those in power are about to But only a few states follow this lead. Due !
'State 'regulations., five list, All three Union County Com' should this proposed plant come into' perpetrate upon us. Let us fight to keep our to climate differences, Arbor Days occur
community free from the ghostly specterof
being? somewhere in every month! of the year.
Howe'ver. hazardous missioners who attended a Legislative a hazardous waste dump.Just becauseour
a waste treat- Every day we read of horror stories con' Foresters have the same tree planting
hearing in Lake Butler Monday spoke in area of the state is less populated does
ment facility, as explained by DER officials of having the treatment plant 'cerning the mismanagement of hazardous not reduce the possible risk to the health' advice you get from all other tree experts;:
and their consulting engineers, opposition waste dumps.Are we willing to jeopardizethe and well-being of the people who do live "Mate a $5 hole for a $1 plant."
hazardous ,located in that county. lives of the Citizens of Bradford, Union and
Will allow this
means collecting' wastes here. we sit idly by Winter is the time to
move plants
from different locations all over' the The only location at Camp Blanding, and and surrounding more convenient counties' roads for? a Where few jobs are menace to come into our community? I because they can stand the shock much

State transporting it to the chosen site, (No., 3 on the list) which could be con' our priorities/' Let us consider the long< ',sincerely hope not. Carol M Green better in'a state of dormancy than when:
where 'it is neutralized with chemicals sidered unessential National Guard range adverse effects the dumping station Rt. 1, Box 540 growing. Making the transplants as earlyas
incinerated,. and the residue packagedand training activities is the now-closed Lake Butler,Fla. I posibie each winter also helps the plant:
,hauled, to out-of-State disposal Clay, County landfill in a triangle of m the new location by allowing time for the
earth to settle down in close contact with'the ,
site.' about 80 acres between Highways 16 ,Lake Region Should; Not,Be Endangered roots. ,

I and 215.. It is hardly likely that DER 1
In curre'nt" discussions of proposedsites hazardous This extra time for stabilizing the soil is' /
would 'choose to place a
for the, treatment facility a lot of abandoned landfill \ Editor, Telegraph r i ,,' ,sensitive findings, surface runoff patterns more important than may,be realized I
private' individuals I; and some officials waste facility atop an 'The search for a site in Florida to build a' to receiving waters and the fall-out of toxic because, growth of the roots start :
have expressed "horseback", : that already contains such) material Hazardous Waste Treatment Facility has substances, in addition,to handling and underground long before you see any sign i
opinions, storage mishaps of green on the twigs.The tree will need all!, '
both'' pro and con, without having sufficient -, The location in DeSoto County, which now' reached the point where Bradford, : the feeder roots it
order to
can grow in survive
information on what is involved in was No. 2 in the top five,does not seem a Clay, and Union Counties face the threat of The public has been deprived of the op- next summer's heat and possible
selected.At !
''such an operation. Others have refrained logical choice since it is located so far to being portun Iy to have any say in the site selection ,drought. '
the south. A return trip there and back stake is our drinking water,'and the process and this does hot indicate that There are trees available from many
from stand for
taking a or against, ''water bodies that the public interest was adequately served ,
are'recelving surface sources in FlorIda.
I Those Sold In large pots
Pensacola would in '
from be about
because of this dearth of factual information equal '
'water. The 'importance of these water The public should insist on being actively or balled m burlap wrapping are easiest to
: while some oppose the facility distance to hauling hazardous waste to resources to North Florida outweighs any Involved, or at least given the!opportune, transplant. You should be careful to keep
for what they believe to be good and sufficient New York, City, *' benefits that could possibly be attributedto ty the soil tight around the roots during the

,reasons. 'Certainly there shouldbe If,these three locations are rejected thlslacillty. If Florida must have a hazardous waste planting operation and -a snug,wrapper
no'"rush to judgment" on-such a I only the sites at UCI which the town of It is inconceivable to agree with a site 'treatment facility, I'm sure more accep- simplifies this. '
also find
trees wild in
selection in the Lake Region when con- table SItes exist. may growing
serious matter That is why full and suf- ,
,Raiford hopes to annex, and RMC, the sidering the high water table, designated your own woods or back lot. With care,it is
ficient hearings should be heldif; for' Reception and Medical Center Drimarv recharge area, environmentally, Harold Hill perfectly feasible to transplant small wild
no other reasonto give the public the southeast of Lake Butler, would be left Bradford County Resident, trees. Due to the widely. spreading_ root
right to be heard. Mayor' J.D Griffis says' the Raiford system and |v\B/iwuauijr AKnKI. a a mat ui* other' tree
roots it
requires more muscle and time
No one would quibble with Florida Council is in favor of seeking the waste, .Reader Questions Fairness' Of Garbage: ."Fees ':(than dealing with neaUy packaged nursery
State Prison Superintendent Tom Bar- site Via annexation, although a majority'of trees.

ton for his opposition to such a project. the town's citizenry when interviewed Dear Editor assessment table has protected them ana' Remember a tree no taller than your

based on the'possibility of having to by' the media, have voiced opposi- I am wnting this letter because{''am not thfc people of Bradford County. There has knee a when great transplanted chance from the' woods
evacuate 1,100. maximum 'security tion. A public hearing on the matter of concerned that the people of Bradford was one large business (which is one of the ', but growing goodlbe' of! "knot" only surviving
prisoners, many of them on death row, annexation will be held ''at,the regular County Know the! information that I recent- larger sources of garbage in our' area! ,
in case of a spill or other accident or' .Raiford Council meeting, 5:30' p.m., ly found out concerning the new Garbage which because was not had even charged for the year'
they not been in the
'Assessment and assessment table that the building
near the site. '
Bradford County Commission came up' long enough. However, they were open at able to do anything about this year's
A consulting engineer, involved in the Although the treatment plant will offer with is very unfair another location for the entire' year. When assessments but I believe they can- at
site selection process, told Bradford a limited number of jobs, there are The property owners once again were this was brought to the County CommISsioners' least re-assess those businesses that were
County Commissioners at ,a recent serious matters such as the effect on the ones hardest<<: ,hit. Some property attention they said they would not charged enough or at all. But to see
look into it. But what kind of faith thus "*done
owners are paying a double assessment can we we must attend the County
meeting that there should be no danger property values, traffic congestion with > ($150) because on their land la a building ':'" put in their"word when they did this in the, ,Commission's meetings and show the
involved with such a plant provided "no tanker trucks converging on this area in that "could be" lived in and/or rented, first place. 'All they had to do is get the CommiSSIoners that we are serious! If we
corners are cut" in its construction or a steady stream from all parts' of the even though it isn't.' One lady at the records of garbage pickup from City Hall. are going to have anything changed we
operation.: But' the fact remains that state, the possible effects on nearby far.' meeting li) December lives in Jacksonvilleand 'which are public knowledge and anyonecan must be at the meeting Monday, Jan. 20,

many contractors, even'on State or national -, ming operations and many other' con- ford owns County.a house She only on uses a lake the here house in Brad- do that get them. But they didn't seem able to I' A Concerned Bradford

government contracts, have siderations, that should be addressed lake on the County Resident
on some weekends and when she does
The one cent sales tax in lieu of the (Name
found to cut corners and "eternal before the be convinced she Withheld on Request)
ways public can that takes her garbage back to Jackson- assessment is another option that the
vigilance would be necessary to insure ''the right choice has been made, ,ville.The Commissioners told her that she Bradford County Commission doesn't .
;,.. .still had to pay the assessment because she seem to want to put before a vote (which Students Grateful
could rent the house at any lime But is this has to be done before it can be put on a For Coverage of
fair when she doesn't even contribute to ballot)This would be a tax Plays
everyone pays,
Staged by Gifted
ARID.' Bradford County's garbage problem? not just the Bradford County residents. Class
The businesses in'Starke are not being People who pass through town and eat in Dear Editor:
: ? assessed fairly either. For example Brad- 'our restaurants and throw their trash in J.Jim! in the Bradford Middle; School
miiiij ford Square is only our county shoul>lso and
p11 being charged $1,500 pay help to dills. was recently in the
i- N /KMaIE (figures obtained from Tax Collector's Of, dispose of their tr sh. However once this Christm81! plays' PUt on by class and
O d fice) for the entire center. Using the tax reaches a ballot it could be handled the Bradford Middle School Drama my Club
assessment table that the Bradford County like the ballot for the County Fire Tax that' The
.0.G.FERGUSON -JOHN M.MILLER Commission came up with,the assessment the people Bradford County passed and whole class wants to thank the'Brad-
rublUUrt averages 12,88 per five cubic yards of garfbage. the County Commissioners turned down. lIS'roph for printing the wonderfully
By using this Who do these Commissioners article about our plays. We
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter assessment rate,some represent would
the Post
Starke. Florida, under Act of March 3. 1679. SubscrIptlon rate in trade at area $ i per Office year at of charged the/ stores close In to the the center$1,500 should have been I realize that our waste has to be dispos GI88y, the especially wnter of like the to article thank, for Mr.being Joe
$7.00 six month Outside trade area: $13 Only -' ed of and that the there for
per year $7 so sbc months. a few of the stores are locally owned, properly Dept. of Environmental two of the performances and Uk-
therefore, the other ( Regulation is coming down onus We students
Phone (e904)) 964-6305 135W.C Street/P.O. Drawer A Starke.Florida 3209l' return their money stores back that into don't our small even .'lam not against the assessment. But I preciate the great write-up and prompt
believe that it should t* assessed publication- '
community I are being given the break.'The
; The commissioners
!' say that they may not Jane Stanwix-Hay

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I '1 Robin Stern Graduates > ceremony on'Dec. 19 Several close nounced at the Annual Christmas ,
friends and relatives enjoyed a buffet Tea. They were: Beth Hardee first FLA.TWIN THEATRE''

.. I',7' from University of F/o./ at the home of Kobin'i parents, .pr-IzI-2: ceramic reindeer with Starko
:" '\'" \ And Given Parties Mr. und Mrs Roland Stern. sleigh); Jan Harmon (second prizeceramic -* 964.5457k :
:.. ,Tim was a joyous and fun-filled \ : stag at rest) ; Lynn ,
.:. ;. ,.. llnnm Stern daughter of Mr and occasion, as out-of-town1' guests Schweiger ( third prize-large Open.. Every. Night A-
(Mrs.} itolanti Stern of Starke, lxcain< acquainted with hometown decorated ,wreath>. Tde' auxiliary ,
+ a graduated. pee itt from the Univer- family md Irit-nds. would like tll thank Mrs, Frick Mrs. '$2:00:
lily of' Floridawith a Bachelor McCiMiiHMl vwiriMrs Ttrry for their SPEciAL 1

_... Science degree! in advertising. ilnmUx l .". >lq Ilio! drawing. :i Sat & Sun 5:00: show |
+ ; Robin was a 1983 graduate of Eastern Stars Plan
llrudl'urd I High School, then receivedher Covered Dish Meeting CalledFor t... TuesdaUhow! _1
Associate of Arts degree from Friday
iSiifiia Fe Community, College In Eastern Star.Starke Chapter 224will Executive Board Jan. 15

IMT be having a covered; dish supper Of Hosp Auxiliary EDDIE MURPHYRAW
t / She will be employed by Burdmes .this Saturday,Jan, IBat 1 p.rn at the
in Orlando. as a selling servicemanager. Masonic Hall. All Masons and their Mrs Rose McConnell president of
families are invited to attend.\ the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary, announces -
a special called meclirig-of lID
A CL-lobrutioti, honoring Robin's Bradford Hosp Auxiliary the Executive: : Board on Monday,

tirmluiilion was held at the Kmgsley Meeting TO Be MondayMr. Jan. 18 at t>::30 'a.rr.. This meetingWill .Screen
Lake Civic'enter: on Saturday Nov. be held :m the library of the II
aa. Ben Brown, Jr.. administratorof hsopital
i l : I'he Civic: Center was decorated In Harry Anna: Crippled: Children's 4 Since this is ,a Very important
(ho University's colors of orangeandblue Hospital of Umatilla will be the meeting, attendance by. all Exocutive : 'THROW SSK SS3:
r r a,"w ,.. undo large paper, money. ,A speaker for the general meeting of Boarcl;;,members is essential, ; *
"Wish for Hobm tree centered aijil'l the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary, MOMMA FROM
: *. Margaret Miller'accrpU a check from Mr. C.K. Wlnge, Vice President table with pictures, of Robin which will be held Monday, Jan Itt ?978 BHS Class THE
of Winn Dixie Stores. Inc. Irnm babyhood through the present. at, t Hie1 Western Steer Hebtli ul'ant. TRAIN E33!
Finger foods wer 'served with A 'dutch treat" dinner will begin Meeting Jan. 25

orange punch and wassil. Man' 6:30: ( p.m: with the business For Reunion/ plans ,
Friends of Receives
| Library i.Uivcs mid 1'riends shared in meeting to ,loltow! "President Hose .
The 1)7H;) Class of, Bi'adlortt High'
Ito1I1! I joy of achievement. .\hColln.-lI'lIskS: all members to attend -
ft: Donation from Winn Dixie I for this occasion were her' wearing their' auxiliary :School:; \\ollll1ave a meeting on Mon
j;' aunts, thus Jacobsen and Ina Mott. smocks!:! und jumpers to this as well day, Jan 2i at 7 p.m. in- the BoardRoom People believe If you are a girl don't

'.. The Friends of the Bradford County Public Library were honored to be invited it* iIUOJ'CICIUi auxiliary functions./ fit Santa fe Stark (,'enter,. whistle, will grow beard.
Plans will be made Iw class reu- .
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forRobin' Winners of the recently ,
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.<<:: to attend the fourth Annual Winn-Dixie A luncheon was given prize '
by 'mon thullllll mer. :, : ,
''Good Citizenship luncheon which was held Dec. :7 at the Omni Hotel m Stern .following her .graduation : bvlil' bythe. Auxiliary.were an- ;." / : ,, .
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Jacksonville. "
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and Wmn Dixie Stores Inc., j : .. '.' ', .. ,
For four years the Davis Family Foundation !;.""I' [\; ..
have recognized association and institutions that enhance the quality .of,life. :. ,' ,'_:.._;l .: ( : ". 'i

in their community: ,..
Mrs. Margaret "Maggie" Miller, President of the Friends of the Library, ., ;

graciously accepted a check I rom Mr C. E. Wmge Vice President of Winn-1 ..' ': .'
Dixie Stores Inc? in recognition of the Friends of the Library's service to ,I .

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'Sr.. of Starke announce the engage.. ,a .' ,I.. "\S\,}':
ment 'of their daughter, Carolyn R.' 'I".I. ,'.\ ? -' ,
Milliard, to Albert.G.-Mctntire, son .1, .)!. \., .',,1" I;l
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presently employed at Owen-Joist in .
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The wedding !is planned for Feb. 5?, .,'ii.y
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Renee, to David Clinton Johns, son : ; d :
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"" .,< thmgton and Eugene Johns of Lake .'"o' I
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engagement and approaching marriage r..1.., "V. '
of their daughter. Katherine ,,Ow buxlfulffjfUM ,,":; i, hili,\\&.;,,"
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19 at 5:30: p.m., at St. Margaret'sEpiscopal 0.080.....Cfmm IM_MH_-...W [, \1'I', .
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< Bt'adfordH/gh'Class/ of J 1947 Gathers. ,
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school library ret '
First row (1-r-) Margaret Reddl.h Fltmlmmons. Joyce Moore '
Marilyn Crosby Vellenga Mary Weldon Patrick EliMbeitb Sapp Stnebe
Jackie llaikins Webber Martha Sargent Tyre.(Jeanette GremerRabbit, ,. '

IN' ,Ruby Green Hudson, Esther English Sanders >
Second row- Beatrice Edwards Hlldreth, Stanley Crosby; Maxie Carter,Jr.,
James (Buck Norman Leroy G. Norman Jr.. Dr,, Barney M.,McKae, Jr..,
Mildred Edwards Tetstone .
Third row Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle E. Conner. colWlillalll
(BUI Edwards Basil Davis, Ben.Holtiendorf Jr.. Steve Weldon'
Dr. Samuel Renfroe Harold Johnson Lowell Douglas, 'Charles E, Knight,,
William Ml: Wolfe. ', .
'Members of the Class of IMT not pictured Lucille Alvarez Mixell.Gene Andrews -'
IH William Andrews, Ondlana Barcelo Leslie Bradley Pauline Brannen
Nelson Marian Brown Rltch. Virginia Byington. Ver Dale Cherry. Delbert
Crews Doyle Crews, Bobby Dyal Katie Eastcrling, Lu Edwards Royster.,
Lucille H.' Edwards. Virginia P. Engram.' Selma Eunice Thompson, Haiel
Fields Green Warren Frederick Ovado Gasset Witt.Jim B. Godwin, Charles
M.Grizier Evelyn Griffis Barton.John Carlton Grlffis,June Hall Shuford AI
II. Harley Ill Betty Home .Murray. Dorothy Johns.' Elmer Johns Louise
Kelley Harrison, Morris C; Kelley. Elizabeth Lawson Agnes Lewis La 1'-,
ramore, Marion Manning. Billy Miles Charles Mooney Bertie Morgan
Loper<: Dorothy Morgan Herndon; Wilbur NeeU Everett Padgett Jessie C.
Parker Mary Powell Woodbunt Marian Rafuse Underhill.' William Sapp,'
Mary Smart Cannes Melba Stringfellow Green. Frances Taylor HarvineWattfreon.

u MacMahone 8o41'tie Charles Wlgglnt, Mar Winkler Sheppard.

I Miss Dianne/ Wood, HonoredAt to toss

Hampton! Hi-Uies .- .. -- -- .- Bridesmaid Luncheon Jan, 9 Gra I '

i By Dolores Meng All the Francis Meng kids, gran- Miss Diane Wood, bride-elect of Dianne presented each of her attendants -
Phone 468-1915
dkids and ut-laws"wel'e present for Kevin Lord and her wedding attendants gifts as 'momenlo of the
Condolence.-.-. Christmas Eve dinner and the ar were honored at a'' ''occasion. ,
I'lvalol Santa. Gerald left last Tuesday bridesmaid's luncheon January 9 at Hostesseswere: Mrs. James'
Sincere sympathy extended 'to for Lake, fa hoe after\' 15 days the Bradford Family Restaurant. lilavksnear, Mrs Tommy'
the family and friends of Mrs: Tom here. The dining room was beautifully Hluckshear! : Mrs. Dale Brown Mrs.
Stone Fuqua,who died Friday,Jan. Mrs Marion McCaskey of Cen- '"
,8' 'tralia.i, til',, spent several .days ''last pink Cjinu'llias. Upon arrival the ,and Mrs. Shi Smith.
week with her" mother Mrs. Evelyn' .guests were served strawberry
Home from Hospital..... Vaughan ,. punch, followed''by' 'a 'delicious 'UDCi, Weeks ChapterTo

Mrs. Alice Faye Waters returned' chicken) salad plate.JohnsonGowens. Meet January 18 Model 2000''
home' Friday following surgery' at' Early Jan. Birthdays.... ;'
North ;Fla Regional Hospital inUamesvllle. i-rfirandie Cunningham, Peter The! Vr.' Weeks Chapter,. UDC 20 CIO engine
She celebrated her birr' AgUInaldo, Margaret Wadsworth. ,will meet pit Monday, Jan. 18 at the with 16* bar only
thday also' ,on Sat.,Jan: 9.Visitors"Vi ,Joe' Meng: William McKenzie,, liraillord Family Restaurant at $10 more $13999,
To Wed lt:3i: ) members are urged to
''Joseph Howe. ;J-Sabrma DeSue. Sunday S 2.3 CIO 2300Countervlbe
'4-Selena Hunt and David Padgett. and ullund and firinga,, ;I prospective' with 18" A regular retail value of $209.99
Clara S. Johnson Jeffery W:
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young spent the SAJimmy Loiacano. 6-MikeMeng nil'tlibel'Medical/ ,bar only $159 99 '
Uowens will be married this Sunday, ,WI' bar and chain
holidays with relatives Bill and
in Raleigh; Meng Wyatt Collins.
r 17 1:30 First
January at p.m. in Baplist -
,N.C -David .
Orady.8-Charles' Casner. .
Church of Starke. A reception
'MI'.and Mrs. Edfi'itzpatrlckspenl. Jason Padgett and Elaine Khoden"
following the ceremony will be held .
Christmas holidays with her mother -Cyndee Lawrence and Mary Hum- at the! Woman's Club of Sfarke.. Explorers Poulcm
Mrs Viola Lefebvre'the Ed Spell' "'' phnes. ll-Brenda Bawek: 12-Cory All frtend. and relatives are Having'' Yard Sale,
:family and other nearby relatives. Wright and Chris Meng U-Bobbie
vlted to attend the wedding
Mr; and \\\ll's;' Paul Meng ,enter; Dennis- Frucys\ Bradley and ShawnSheppard. reception. ... v The 'Medical! ExploJ'ers"ot' Bradford Exclusive Year Limited Warranty On All Poulan Models. See Dealerfor
tamed their entire family during the' 14-yJessica ''Jones. Cam Cuunty' will be having a Yard .
The bride Is the'daughter'of Mr. Details. Available at:\ )
holidaysarriving from Georgia.St.. 'Jones. and Sale this Saturday;Jan. 16 beginning
Jones ;
;t' ; Donny; Earselene; and Mi's. ,A.K. Johnson: ,Jr., of'Starke. Keystone Heights Stark '
: at u .. .
Pete, Tampa., Orlando, Orange, Zimmcrfhiin.'l5-' oI1 Je. Roberts a.m. ,
the 'sonl
The groom ,is rile sale will! be in the lot between
Park, Keystone Heights and Hampton -, and Jason Lovell.Jessica /
Gwen Gowens of Lawtey and Elbert U9E..CallStHwy
Lake. (Klorula Federal and the Gulf Station
?; 21 North a 473-0233
K, Gowens of Orange Park 964-5745
Yin Madison\ St. Come by and browse
i DiMtitutad by! TMgpm OiMrtlxilora.Inc., Bat MS,Tlfton.QA J1783: Call(leis)382-1398.
|T1.Jw|1 Minoughwwyd' *Mt liu been prviouly nolilM' 01'in.oflw. some individual. dealers.
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I V my not poltclpw H one you _doM nol._.noI_Mated or oil'((1112))382-1398:
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m n f. l MUIC 01_ w.guarvUM KMquw, MOCK o. _.,oed price,

Announcing: ..____..--- .... ...... '''- ...........I-- -

Ashley Elizabeth, Alvarez Lynn Ledger

,Michael'and .Nancy Alvarez of Jeffrey and'' Sandy Ledger, an- '
Lawtey announce, the birth of a'daughter. nounce, the birth of a daughter? '
., Ashley Elizabeth; born' Jessica Lynn', born .Dec. 31 at
Dec. 24 in Gainesville. She weighed 8 Alachua General Hospital, 1,, : NOTICE --- -- I--

,Ibs, 13 oz.Maternal. Maternal grandparents are Mr. ., 1 :: ( : .....' .t',
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James W: Quiette of .4. :": I' ,; :' ,<" ,' ,
D. Shuford of Great ; ', I:
rand Mrs. Glenn 'Starke. grandmother and is Sylvia Pearl \ ,.,' I, ,.' ,.;,' ,1, .. ,'
Lawtey. Great-grandmothers are Taylor of Bulfalo, N.V.
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,Mrs. Hester Hicks ,and Mrs: EvaShut'ord ? Eastman'of Old Town'Fla.' Great- !,' I $; : ,I APplications are now being accepted for' r: ,:. :, .;>.' ;" ,<: ',
both of Lawtey. great-grandmother is, Lillian Shawof \ '( 1" '
.Paternal grandparents are Mrs \ Bulfalo N.y. : : : : ,.
Betty Ann Lewis-Alvarez and Mr.William Paternal grandmother is Barbara tHomestead; : Exemption \/ .
Alvarez of Starke. Great- Harrington of 'Starke. Great- : : ,
grandparents .are Mr.. ,and Mrs. grandmother is Lena, O'Neal of
J.W.Thomas Alvarez E. Lewis of Starke.and Mr. and Mrs Starke ,iV : "'" And other exemptions for which you may qualify, ', ;! 'I.

Paul Thornton ,;',i"I: .. '\, <' ;""i"lt\ : ,
Timothy ,; ', .. 'I ', 1'1I',
-------- ...-- Larry and -Nancy Thornton an- ,If ,yhave''not? .. received your! renewal ,forms or have any questions:' .q out

of ,
nounce the birth a son Timothy '
Paul born Dec.'IS in St. ,Vmcl'ntS' ," '. :the'exemptions, please contact, us at' 964-6280;;ext.: 216, ,;f,!:; ;j ':
He three brothers '

'SchoolMenus.A. -Hospital.'Chad Grandparents, Brittian joins, and are Shane Mr. ,and. Mrs.. :; ,, )''rVf: : .\' 'o'r come, in before.March 1st.Jimmy ?-, '";',.) I" ,

,Jan. 18-22 'Hance Thornton of Starke and Mrs. ,. ,.'t, .. ':,", 'f. ;

Bradford Klem.: &Middle School Nettie Carter of Lawtey.

.Mondays r acn"r Planning pay;"Martin" .....1lI.r', Alvarez
King, UdY "" ... ... ...... ..- --' ,
liioduvi thicken, nuggets trench fries, green
beam, ice cream cinnamon roll milKrttrilnndayt "
(;Cheeseburgers, buttered corrll, let'lure The Masters V
i tomato b picKle brownie milK.
fhursclayi Turkey pun pies broccoli wchcmftaucv To Present ConcertAt
ur bullrrrd green peas, hot ,roll,, E.T.; ,
hitiH, III Ilk. ,' palatka ChurchA
,triduy: luna gent Choice Day.
gospel group The Masters' V.
Bradford I High School'|' will present a concert Saturday
Monday Teacher Planning Day/"Martin" Luther evening,Jan. 23 at 7 Calvary
King. un,..', Baptist Church '3005 South Palm,
r..IIIIY' ta"lIna..arder> ...Iad.'applo' crisp, ,Avenue in Palatka. Listen Up !
rorts. milk No admission will be J'and
iVrilnridayi Beef. vegetable soup, cheese toast, charged
l'wacne*,cookie,milk.rliursdayi a nursery will be provided..
I"a.n the blanket,bated Beam,calx
!page; slaw. fruit' cup miltt. ,, '
Friday,Managers choice day,

A-la-Carte Evangelistic, Pentecostal Kentucky FriedChicken's '.,
Nnnday mnkanakes.OJ" i Corndcg,cheeseburgers,'trench. tries, To'Have Revival Services

rue dayt Hamburger?) pizza,,corndog, trenchfrien. dome d.
S. James
.mllkshaKeo.' see and hear ,a
MrHnriduy: Cheeseburgers: puza french lne, ., true worldwide Prophet of God con-
mllKnnaKn./ O Jrnurvday duct a revival Jan..17 through 24 at ep.m.
: Hamburger pizza, trench tries,
milkshakes' .' .. .. ''mghUy at the'Evangelistic'Pentecostal '
h'utayt Humburger. pizza?corndog, trench Church. 730 Pine St.,,
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tried, millunaKea., u J.. ,Starker,
Kucn day students have a choice of Shot lunch
naiad bar or they, may purchase. a-la, <..rte.COMMUNITY Got A Deal

People believe If you hang a stringof
"... onions in your house, you will be

II ,NEWSThe healthy., For Ifim !

'celebration of Dr. *:Martin .
Luther King,-Jr's birthday will be Therapeutic /
held Sunday Jan. 17 at 3 p.m. The ,
public, Is invited to attend. MassageNow COUPONCOUPON - COUPON _. COUPON I

,year the Ms.University College Dawn Scott of Pharmacy Florida of Lawtey;student made', a third the at Relaxation Available and Stress for : ''Snack -Plus : Keg ckyNuggets, ) i 9 pc' Value Pack.: '3 pc.: Dinner .

Dean's list for the first semester of '
this school year. Dawn a 1985 BUS t- Release, ,$ I I )
-graduate, is the daughter of' Mr and Licensed Massage Therapist :1.69 $2.29 $8.49 *2.79 :'
Mrs Jimmie Scott.,' I .
Call I .
....... .:...... Get 2 pieces of the Colonel's'' : Get 9 pieces of the Colonel's Get 3 pieces of the Colonel's .
963-7355 Original Recipe" Extra I Get 6 Kentucky Nuggets.. I OriginalCrispy'\*a Chicken or .Original! Recipe" or Extra
People believe If a spider crawls towards -.' 118 S.Tfaomn oaSt. Crisp y'" Chicken mashed'g ra v y, Chicken: large Crispy Chicken mashed
you,you will have a quarrel.' Merle Norman BId(. I potatoes'and gravy; and 1 Buttermilk cole slaw and 1 biscuit. Cou mashed potatoes;' large gravy.. po'atoesandgrvy.coIeslaw!, and I
biscuit with this coupon. large salad and 4 buttermilk biscuits 1 biscuit with this coupon.
not be used with
pen may with this coupon. Coupon Coupon good for .
Coupon good only for combination I only combina
I white/dark orders and may any other special offers. Limit good only for combination whitetIon white/dark orders and

not be used with any other special ''I 4 per coupon. Customer pays dark orders and may not be used not be used with any other special I
fappy Birthday 11,1988 I offers. Limit 4 per coupon. 'all applicable sales tax with any other special offers. I, offers. Limit 4 per coupon.
-January Customer pays all applicable Customer pays all applicable Customer pays all applicable I
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I ,Legal Notices I 'ugf'1A

hove designated the Stork Zoning and, '
,South Range 22 East. West 'ape-half of ''Section' Thirty-one, PUBLIC AUCTION' ,
NOTICE OF INTENTIONt .South, of the. Wann. Branch ''of the Planning Board to conduct a public hearIng
NOnCE.1. hereby given that,, on,
PARCEL Et All Ihor par* of the fracvtionol Township Sin South, Rang. Twenty-Two '
TO REGISTER Seaboard Airline Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT at a regular1 meeting held at 7:00:
Monday, January 25, 1988. '01 10:00:
S 3/4 of NE '14 'lying northerly of East Bradford County. Florida; sold inthe CommissionRoom\ ,
FICTITIOUS NAME : 2 acres, more or lets, particularly 'o'clock p.m. City of. '"
the center' line of Alligator' Creek and parcel being, more particularly describedas A.M.. the undersigned.Gator
Pursuant Florida 'Storke City Hall, Starke, Florida, on
to Section described'as .
869.09 beginning aeoncret.monument Frelghtwoys'Inc.' will sell at public
East of Lake Rowell, ; N '!* of N / of NE :
Statutes, notice It given that ,rWundvrtlgrwd set at the Intersection of the 1/4: all In SecIlOITown.hip"' I Saulh.1Ra"ge COMMENCE ,aI, a 6"x 6" concretemonument auction for cash 'at 2600 Lloyd, Rd., 'Thursday, January 28. 1981J, and.of''Slarke'make' a'recommendation'ta
Johnny Brl.r ft Donna Brier Westerly right' of way line of ,Slat Road 21 East. found at the Southwest cornet Jacksonville, the City .
'of 326 N. Walnut Si., Stark., Flo. 32091 100A and the Southerly right of line el Commissioners" and the Board will consider
way Said lands,containing 402 acres, more of said Section Thirty-one and run one lot cer mat consigned to
faint owners, doing business under the ol, the Wannee Branch of the Seaboard less In Bradford County Florida are North 00"04'S9" East Wong the Westerly Stewart Toyota, Stuart, Fla., on Tuesday, P.bruary.l61988' at
firm name of A-1 Answering Service of Airline Railroad and run Ih.nce'ln a .or:subject to rights ol way lor public reads ""B3ridaryhereof, 1313.13 feet to a .on. lot of chair and part consignedte the same said place at 7:30 p.m.' an Ordinance
Stark. 324 N, Walnut St., Starke, Flo.3J071 direction the aforesaid '' relating to; ,
Southerly along Ond lor drainage ditch found 6"x 6"concrete monument for the. Shirley-Carpenter, Boca Raton Flo.,
Intendto register told fklillous/ Westerly right of way line of sold road LESS AND EXCEPT:, Point of Beginning, satisfy freight and storage charges The rezoning of the following described '
name Under the Aforetaid ttatute.Dated / 140 feet to a point on the North line of LEGAL DESCRIPTION: From Point Beginning' thus describr under the provisions of Section 4b( )of property and amending Ihe Comprehensive .

This 16th day of December, NW 1/4 of SW 1/4, which ,,paint I I. 1110 A PARCEL 'of land containing '9.56acre. ed, continue North OO"04'59" East along Uniform standard Bill of Lading. land) Lund,, Ute Plan to providethat

((987 In Bradford, County Florida. feet East l of' Northwest corner of NW 1/4 *, more or ,less, and lying In the said Westerly Boundary, 639,87 feet to a Gator freightwoys, Inc .designated by currently: the plan zoned RIA Family and,
12/24 ",''''' flU of SW 1/4, thence continue a Souther West one half of Section Thirty-one, ser Iron rod; thence North 8611S1'44" East CarrierPro. as Single

----,-,- ly direction along said road right of way ,Township Six South i Range. TwentytwoEast 438.74'feet, le''o set Iron', rod, ; thence 02.002631 dtd 102287'Pro ( designated low Density Multi-Family, b. rezoned, low to R2A density, and,

line 70.23 feet to a concrete monument, Bradford County, Florida, ,said North 88"30'04" East, 87.68 feet l to a set 02-817452: did 10/8/87, the of EARl Ct fiNDLEY, THE
AUCTION thence continue along said. right of way parcel being more particularly described iron.' rod; thence North. 04I7'40" West, 111..;2tchgll2t
)1. hereby given that art Monday
South 6 degree 2 mingles end 50 a follows 6.76 keno a set Iron red: thence North -
: --- --- '-'- 1 follows
( January 18, 1988, af 10:00 o'clock! seconds West'! 125.43 feet to a concrete COMMENCE At 'a 6"k6" concrete 81"30'41" East, 761.54 leet loan Iron tad : '
A.M.. the underilgned, Gator monument at the, beginning of a curve, monument found at the Southwest cor.' , Westerly'Boundary of the NOTICE OF INTENTION ,SB acres' located Southeast corner
of Parker St., and Wilson, Rd.
Inc., will sell at public ouc- ,,
Frelahtvrayt; said curve having a radius 440.26 feet ner of said Section'Thirty-one and run Right of Way of County Road 100A (also TO REGISTER
lion for co.h 01 2600 Lloyd Rd:. Jockaon, ''and being'.concave to the Northeast, North 00"04'59" East,/along the Westerly known as Edwards Road) (formerly Stale FICTITIOUS NAM 04508-00000, Section\ 34: Township 6 S?
be used
E for
yule Range 33 to
Flo. thence In a Southerly direction along the Boundary thereof, 1953.00 feet to a set Rood $ 100A}, said Westerly boundary I Pursuant ta Section, 865.09'Florid9' multi-family
'JnT.0I of cooker i r fry... censlgn.4 to arc'of sold curve and along sold Wester', Iron tod. Ihenc. North 88"5V44" East, being on a curve concave to the Nor. Statute, notice'Is hereby. given that with Each no and more density I,

.One.. Place Okeechobe*, Flo. ly right of way line;"a chord distance of 438.74 feet 10" "set iron' rod, thence Iheasr and having 'a radius of 449.26' the undersigned Tracy I/ Moore, P.O. whatever every In person the enactment having any of thisproposed In"teresf '
i lot of T.V.. consigned to H.J.. 84.57 feet to a concrete monument said North" 883004" East 87.68 feet too set'' feet;; '''thenc. Southeasterly', along said ".; Box 263, Melrese, Fl.. '324**,* sole, ORDINANCE should

Goodwin, chord distance having a bearing of South Iron rod. thence' North 04"I7'40' West Westerly Boundary and along the are of'. owner, doing business under the lirrn be, heard'at/the time and appeofand
e to satisfy' freight and storage charges. 0 degrees 38 minute and SO seconds 6.76 feet to a set Iron rod lor 'the PoInt''01 said curve;; 193V3' feet, as measured 'name of Tracy's Classic Cut. 486 N. ''" 'placeprescribed
under the provisions of Section 4b). of ,West, ,thence South 86 degree 34 Beginning. From Point of Beginning thus along 0 chord "having a bearing of South''' Temple Ave? Suite A, .Storke,, Fla. ', BOARDOFCITY:
Uniform standard Bill of Lading. minutes and 20 seconds West 218-28 feetto described continue North ;104'17'.0" 64"0746' East, to a set concrete monument 32091 Intends.19 register said, (,ic.titlous OF STARKE COMMISSIONERS '

I, Gator Frelghtways..Inc. a concrete: monument, thence Mirth 6 West, 799.07 'feel 16 on Iron rod Set on : thence South ,37'34'48"; West, name ,under the aforesaid'. ', By:; Dorrell'/ O'Neol < '
14-800763 "
Pro dtd 11/4/87 degree 2 minutes and 50 second East the Southerly Boundary'of Right ol 870,1: feet to'/o'set' Iron rod; thence statute. '' v /,DllectorStark4
Pro 14-800337 dtd 102781T72tchg. 210 feet to concrete monument, thence Way of the Wonnee Branch ol the' South. 89"184'|" West; 923.23 feel' to the Dated this ,'I1t f ;day 'of January/ ,] < ./ '' ," '
t. ., ,' 3/14 1m direction, and parallel to 'Point of Beginning, In Bradford ," ,', ,''!"' i ,;,]i';" '(xaning6Planning
a Northerly Seaboard System 'Railroad '(formerly "t I 1988. County. :: /r: ":;\"'>-"" ( .v-r' : :': ,
\ the, Westerly right of way i line, of said Seaboard Airline Railroad, ), ,thence \WITNESS"this my hand and official seal of, ll/1441pd2/4' .,.......,..' ;.. .,."" -....................'I"ltclioH14"r ...+.. .- --,..; ,-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Slot. Highway 210.23 feet to a concrete Norlh 86'18'50" East, along said Souther. fetid Court. 4lh day ol January. 1988 --- -- ..-' .-_. -.-_. \ :-
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND monument, thence Easterly along the ly Boundary, 470.49 feet to. art Iron' rod GILBERT, 5, BROWN
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Southerly right of way line ol Seaboard ,:Iet at on Intersection with the Westerly Clerk of Court ,. '
Case No 87.235 Airline Railroad 210.23 feet to point of Boundary of a parcel described in O.R.B. 't'By Beulah Moody NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR The onion,was worshipped in an

FEDERAL' LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA, beginning, all In Section 31, Township,6' 58;' P, 447,'of 'the Public Records of Said Deputy Clerk REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF 'eient Egypt and regarded by the Romans
.Plaintiff, South, Range 22 East. County, thence South 05"5614" West, .i/72fchgl/14 THE LAND USE PLAN God who
v. PARCEL B; Six acres In Southwest corner (along the Westerly Boundary of said .,.- ...t:--,.1,. .--.--- An ORDINANCE amending :;the Com. kitchen as and a the guarded the of
guided '
THOMAS L. KENT and MARCIA'S. KENT, of NE 1/4ol' SW 1/4, bounded West parcel; 205,22 lees to a concrete monument prehenslve land Use plan Element and ,, healing
hit wife: ARELYNE PACHO and ARELYNE by West line oi NE 1/4 af SW 1/4, North found, at the Southwest ,Corner'thereof CALL FOR BlbS 'Map-by City of Stark., Florida In accordance battle grounds) end skin diseases.
PACHO by State Road S 100A, East by private also being the Northwest Con Sealed bids ''to provide subsidized with the local Government" Comprehenslve ,,
road South line NE 1/4 ol SW''' :child" care services irvAlachua, Dixie, Act of 1975
Personal Representative of the Estate of by South of '"ner of a parcel described In 0 R.B. 205 Planning as provided
BENITO UYVICO PACHO a/k/a BENITO 1/4 of Section 31, ,Township,6South, P. '46, of said Public Records). i thence GilchrisU, Bradford;)! and levy Counties for 4n, Chf.pter,163 of the Florida,
for 'fiscal. 1988-89 under a Title] XX '
22: East. year Statutes
Range continue South 05"56'14" West, alon9lh. '
PACHO Deceased old DAVID SILK,
Defendant ; 'PARCEL Q All of Section 36, township Westerly Boundary' last said parcel Social, Service Black Granl'will' be TOi All) Citizens, Taxpayer and other Ini
'6 South: 21 East, lying South of received in the office of Alachua Count terested FREEEXPLORING
NOTICE OF SALE Range 209,91 feet to ..a concrete monument persons.
Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT Fractional W found of the Southwest Corner thereof ty Coordinated Child Care, Inc., 1831, You'' and each, of you are'hereby'and .
NOTICE I. hereby given that, pursuant L
' Foreclosure1 'thereof, lying South of sold railroad (thence North. "36'45" East ''olong the N.W. 13th Street Gainesville. Florida, t h'erewlthi\ given notice: 'In accordance ti
.I' 'to Final in
; Judgment and LESS AND EXCEPT that part) ol S '/, of Southerly Boundary of last sold parcel; until' Wednesday, February 24'; 1988 atT..OO with Florida Statutes that,the Board of' GOD'S WORD
entered herein I will sell the properly .. .
West of the East line of Cake' p.m. i of Slarke, Florida,
SE 1/4 City Commissioners
,' lying 217.84 ,feel to-a concrete monument ,
:- '. situated In Bradford County, Florida, and bid
Specifications packagesn
Rowell. found on the Westerly Boundary of the HOME BIBLE STUDY
\ described In the SCHEDULE OF f
'] PARCEL&: D: N'v. of N W'' of NW 1/4, Right of Way-ol County Rood 100A (also be obtained from the above address '
1" STY attached hereto and btf/ reference Bible Course is taught in your''
or Peg Fousf, 373-8426 A ,
LESS all that olNE /4' phone
part known Edwards Road formerly State,
mode as ) ( \ STARKE '
a part hereof, at public sale, to thehighest home free of charge.
'to provide' ;
of NE its I of NW 1/4 lying South and East biddersv'conlerence
Road S-100A), said Westerly Boundary
and best bidder for cash, at.the'front .
of the center line of Alligator Creek;; all being on a curve concave to the Northeasr ., technical assistance in! completing the CHURCH OF'GOD This is a non-denominational study i
ol the Bradford '
entrance County' that part of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 lying West and having'' radius .of 449,26' bid package will be held on Tuesday, based only on what "thus faith the,
Courthouse In Bradford ,
County 964-5445
Starke 2nd 422 N. ST. CLAIR -
of the line of Alligator Creek all February at 2,00 p.m al the A4Cs "'
center ; feel', thence Southeasterly'along said word of God ..
Florida, at 11:00 A.M; the 2nd day of '
on intent
1988. that part of S 1/2 of NE )(4 of NW 1/4 lying Westerly boundary and along the arc af I lolflce.Written notice of to sub- John Spraflln' Pastor1'We APOSTOLIC.TRUTH U.PC.
February ,
Northerly of the center line -of said/ curve 357,15 ,feet as measured flit bids mu f- be received by Friday, Invite you to worship) wllh \us. .
Creekt, all that' of S !Wol' January ;29th. Rights ore ....rv.d.lo' "
Alligator part chord of' South, 782-3303
along a having a bearing Attended
PARCEL A:' S /. o. SW 1/4; all that port Nursery ,,
,rejecf.any'ond all bids'and,'
NW 1/4 of NW ./lying on the accept
northerly thence'South
28"1437' East to set Iron rod
a '
,tion of the S .' af SW 11401 SE 1/4 lying SundaySchool'' loam'Morning Rev
/ center line of Alligator Creek; grnd all feet the those that best meet the requirement ,r' ; Emmett Bright
8I03O''W'761.5' to .
West of center line of Alligator Creek: that part of theSW 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying' Point of Beginning, ,,:of f A4C'S. Evening Service'4'Worships"vrt'rv' 6pmfWednesday :"To schedule your home bible,,
fand of
NW 1/4 of SW all that part ..
;' ol 'Northerly of the center line of Alligator :IA PARCEL 01 land containing 18.99 i'chgll Youth (f.'Mu'" 7IOpm study, or for additional Information
'South Sect-es of SW 1/4 I'4W,1/I lying, Creek all ir 'Section] 6 ,,7': 'a
> ; Township acre", more or ) ,. ,ond"lylng In the, v. .


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BADCOCK' 4 d'O'd./f.,J'I IIn, 'i Lewis Timber Co. Crafts & Consignments,

Located' 100 S.toward Keystone.
Take This !
'' HWY301'S.964-6871
Specialty Gift Shop take right on 24th avenue, follow

.Kim & Jan Him PO Box. 207, Starke'Ilgns.. Eves. 9S4-5898
,W. Call 964-8547 And Nurse
., All Nature Stag of Jesus
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.. Carpets of Starke TAKE THIS CHILD, AND NIIISE HIM.Ex8 .- Griffis & Sons ,Fibreglass DURRAN PUMP &
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word are.cnrnmund,given" by the daughter Works SUPPLY.
Chimney ,i_ Egypt* king to Mmc mother when they found the little! .
"Home of the
boy floating In the bmhc ,Stumpknocker ,Attend your church regularly
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Owned & Operated And Uiry are Mill*command.Thin U w hat Cod/.uy+a'' boat"I I
parent everyUni t child in born or adopted Into their t!,HWY 30l'N. 964-4461 or' 964-5531 864 N.Temple( 964-7061 1
964-6108 bvcfe."Take thin-child. .and numc him. _

Sales T cktog'.daughtcrkaecommendingMwcemaher: Bradford Furniture' HURSTS EXXON
Wheels Auto to nurac himbyceding himphybkally.Britthere' was
Eyeglass I .
more. Nursing .rhitdmcanemnrethen putting food into SERVICE .
We Finance r ;: + Industries ,
.n""arlnl1r.nllhl.phY"leatnc.d..w"U ,
."Your Buy Here. Pay Here .......:.._,, avail hi emotional.menUU,and apUituat need..It means, "24 HR WRECKER SE VICE;"
Iuvtng.caringrnluistrrutgtothetuW. needs of the child. HWY 301'' N. "
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. Tornadoes Absorb, Two Tough, Close 'Losses !

Tornado' cagers lost 62-57: on' their: lead although, BUS kept it close the 1'(was a frustrating game 'for the Santa Fe Coach Warren BUCK said i
home floor to Eastside Tuesday last three quarters, Eastside! was up' Pol'nado five last Friday night Jan his Raider's losses came from tough 1 I
night,Jan..11, and I lost 68-65 at' Santa 33-30 at the half 45.40 after the third 8, at Santa Fe High School where the area teams. 1
Fe High' last FrIday Jan. 8, period It was a good win for ES. Tornadoes led several times} but Santa Fe almost had five playersin $5OO
Mistakes in handling,the basket Malachi Jenkins 6-2 BHS, Senior:'', quickly gave away their' lead and double figures Mark Obie scored
ball, making passes, and playing 'center, 'worked inside for a ,season finally lost 68-65 to the Raiders. 18 points, Ben Buckner 17 6-1 center
poor delense are causing, the Tornado high of 26 points and 12 rebounds. It was a nip and tuck game all the Darrell 'fim berlake 12. Jeff Robin
five to lose !says Coach Chester Harold Chandler hit 17 points and way. Santa Fe was up 16-14 after the son 10, and Carlos Sheppard 9.
Simpson,:who charges the 6.6 season played a good game said CoaCh lust puuod, '32 30 alter a long shot BHS was led by Eugene Blye with
record; and ().4 District :5 mark to Inexperience Chester Simpson, Rob' Norman hit at the buzzer at the half, and 49-45 19, including 3 of 11 three pointers REWARD
Both the BHS 'players ;came off the bench and helped alter the third period With: 3:29 to and Pedro Carter with 1?, ,
,md coach> Simpson are down after Coach Simpson added go,'BHS was up by four, 61-57 after a BHS didn't handle the Santa Fe
three ,straight 10sst'S.Upcoming. Eastside was led by'' Darryl''Jones pullup jump shot by Pedro..Carter, pressure well, made bad passes
with 17 points and Chauncey Chat- The Raiders switched to a man-to" turned over the basketball, on,the
..,. man and Tony Richardson wltl 12 man full court press and forced two way upcourt some half dozen times, ,..for information leading to the, arrest I ,
BUS hosts Middleburg High( each, :crucial turnovers and a hurried miss and veteran .Malachi Jenkins was
.tonight >( Thursday, Jan: 14)), rheJV Eugene Blye': in a shooting slump t py> the Tornadoes. The miscues called for a technical foul for show and conviction of those persons
plays !at 6 pm, the ,varsity at 7:30: recently hit his only outside shot of allowed Santa Fe to score eight ing displeasure by bending over and responsible for setting fire In
,P.m, the night and Carter?scored Inside;! to unanswered points, tour each by Jeff slapping the floor when whistled December and to the law
Saturday, Jan: 16, 'BHS travels to "cut the Ram lead to 5?'SJ with 1:54 Robinson and Ben Buckner, In short down for his fifth foul January
Gainesville High The JV plays at 6 remaining Ram point guard Robert ,order: Santa Fe built a'65-61 lead sanU.'. Ie 1> 19 19 M offices of Green & Hobbs 'at.215 W,
p.m,, the varsity at 8 pm,' Williams hit both. ends of a crucial with with 2:02: left Bradford H 18A\ :JO 83iunln
one-and-one free throw' at the'1.47 ,Santa Fe again went to a man-to 1(68J')* KoblnKwi' S-(HO, Sli.ppord Washington Street Contact P.O. Box
Next Tuesday,Jan 16, Lake Weir !t.I'0/2: ........'.3.e.I7. (>b". 1I-l/a.1': Wntoy".
comes to the Bradford: gym ,The J V mark: man lull court press. Buckner, who '10-3: I.mb. ."!.k.oll-n.. Total: I30S/IO-M, 938, ,Starke FL,
plays at 6 p.m., the varsity.. at 7:30prn Eaststde, 17 16 12 H Si had 17 points and six assists, stole .......'" (CUo) !Iv.y 3-o.e. .. .'lr.3.4.2/2.19. Carl.r
66ID. M. J...... .112', Joek 2.0.0,0.e,
Bradford 12 18, 10 17 57 another Tornado pass and fed Mark on 3209J"I
chendl.' 4'1"9 9 '.,01.S.><>.01.2.65.
Eastside (62)-: Cholmon: 5-2/2.1:2.: One lor a lay-in and 67-62 lead that
Eastside 62 BUS 57 William. 1-2/3-4, DuBon 22/26, just about sealed the win for Santa
Keeping the Tornado five confused Richarson 6.0/1.12, Jones 6.5/8'17, r'e; with 1:14: to play.
Garner 2-T/3'4. Totals However Bradford's Jackson
Eastside High took a'' 62-57 ,3-0.6. Pope } Roy
District S-3A win in the Bradforedgym 25.121962.Srodford :bucketed a three point shot with 49 Otlttttttt ..' s .
Tuesday night Jan. 12, ((57)Ivey) 0.t-(, E. Ely*' seconds remaining to pull Bradford
Bradford played very 1,01/24, Carter '306, 'M, 'Jerkinv! I within two, 67-65. With '27 seconds
defense Eastside poor 11.4/7-26'.Chandler', 8-1/3.IX. Normort. ldt, BHS had the basketball with a'
early, gIVing' a five \
first ,1.0-0/0,3.. 1010Is,2,22-1/15-$1., 'chance to tie. But S.Fe's Mark One
point advantage 11-after: the
got his hand on a pass-in to Tornado
period Santa Fe 68 BUS f.3, Pedro Carter'
never relinquished the

. BHS Wrestlers 'Get Win,., Tie

The BHS wrestling team (traveled 1..01":1': l..itld.431OT ... BUS .JS-- GHS 32...
"Miho "'n... ,W, won by 10" ... Tornado visited
to Gainesville} Eastside Tuesday The matmen
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Jan 12 to tie the Rams on mats very .)!4. t.drlckMeaaSiwonbytpri4N". ( } l, bnnwdlrwn." GaInesville High Jan 7, their .first
familiar to Coach Brett Purdy. '..I.'.... :oulmg\ m the new year.
Purdy had coached at Eastside for "135Jarn, *.Go,.,. (B).pinned' John Valor' IH' M_ CHB:32
seven before to Starke I 130: Brad Hamilton(181) plnnod' Y 0.*... 11JOM. W11m..... (CO) plnnod, .....,.,ad....
years earning I3>. MIke Ildot (SHoed/ '... Hodn.rt lit-! John O. Willi..... (I.) B, Oil.o> Johnoon 4
this year. His Tornado team wrestled !- '140- Sd, ftuMvlf(I')plnnod Nato Will ami 12S- ,
Hon>v Montoomorf(tot)plnnod 149,.- Jo...,Co..., (I') pinned Scofl! B'nd.lM1 > ,.. .
against 11 matmen he had coached ..., -MBrod: Homlllon (pt) >.CO Nl ..2. 0.. .
Bobby Thompson (II'rjlruwd on c. ...... ._
at Eastside I last year, a- Croon(01( )pinned Honry M "1 had '))6e.--. ..Cdlhoun: ((7)) ?O Jawrn ,Howard 3 140. sod ....oll (C.J) IB. C.,... VonOyko I
my team up tor'this 171- lucky Dovli" ((8t) plnnod td Daugltnlfl .
49 Chill Wright (OJ) pinned frimbl' .
match," Purdy said, They were: .,II Hamilton [II') plnnod' Mllla Crioppotl ,'52- Bobby rho"" ... (C.) won Roy by....." '
ready to fight this one out to the end ,330-_Holland looter |II) pinned "Moll John.onH '041- J...., Conor(C.) II, Who Goorof" r
for me : Eastside l Coiltld won by twlolllr 11 .... chmld (O)plnnod Id DOUB'OI'
; especially since ./h.JV dlvlclomIJiu. .
had, beaten us (Bradford last ...... ,. .1".. Sal'" HomlHon ((1)) won by lori.HHtf I Iw
!. .( Moo t III) '14 Con Wiition 4 Cory Browor(B)won by farfol" ,
;year." H..C,- Pollond ttholor(B|"....4 Chod H...", I ,r .
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This was 'ii'hard fought"match that ." ,f
the' .Tornadoes should have won, NOTICE :OF
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Three matches were' lost by

forfeit The first four'matches"went to the STOCKHOLDERS 4

Rams: the next five were,won by, I
BHS. Brad Hamilton got a pin in 24 : SN'' 4091
,seconds to start the sweep. Mike ANNUAL MEETING
Elder followed "I .. .
in 4:29..Sd: Russell in
1:46, Jamey Carver in 4:31, and Bob-,
by Thompson in 5:03..: to givf the Tornadoes 1987 Cavalier CS

the lead. 'The annual, meeting of the

JV Boys, Win. stockholders, of ,

Automatic 'Transmi sion Power
Tornado COMMUNITY ,,
The junior varsity round STATE BANK:
bailers improved their record to 4-3 AM/FM Stereo Tinted Glass Air' Conditioning
with an easy win over Eastside High CORPORATIONSTARKE' ,
in the Bradford High gym Tuesday
night Jan.12:: ,. FLORIDA
The JV five lost 52-46 at Santa Fe''
''High last Friday Jan. 8,'making a
number of mistakes in ball handling. for the election of Directors.

BUS 44 *Eastside/ 41' and-the transaction of'
any *
But.BHS played well early Tues, 00Per
I day night. BHS was up 14-6 after the' other business that may
d and was never headed.Wend .
Hudson led the Tornado JV ,come before the meeting willbe 149
five with 18 points and 14 rebounds
Reggie Sheffield had 6 rebounds held at the office of.said I ,
Chris Dinkms 4. \
Derrick Dean came off the bench Bank;, onThursday Mo.
and did a good job defensively, says ;
Coach Rolland Cummings. It wasn'tas
close as! the score indicates, says .January '21 '1988
Coach Cummings but Eastside hit
late free throws to close the '
gap. Between, the Hours of. .
Bradford M :I1. 10 10"kl'44,
",Old. C ,13 10 11: J 41, Trade Up and Payments' '
b.dte.dd; ((44)))0't .Iy. \1.0/S. ]. ShaHlald. :3 0/2,aOlnklM ,p.m. and; 4:3O p.m. o'clock 'Cut'your'MonttJly
1-0.2' fuel'" 2 0-4, HudkOM 7"' !$, ?..Jo...
'30.*, 'O.ort 306. '1o1c.ll/ 304/1144
l....'01. (41t J'oO ,M Kop*. "T 5/S l t. Simmon, Brannon 2...'.' NoI.." 't.1I2.6. Brawn -
4 1,2 n Totol..J.I4-7r94l",

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;The,City' "of'Starke Is 'applying 'to the Florida Department of'Community'Affairs'"(DCA):for, a

grant.; under the; neighborhood revitalization category In the Amount of 575000.00 under the S-1O

Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.>,,For? each activity that is ,

r posed., at' least ::51,% 'of,' the funds'., '.must- 'benefit, low"and,moderate, ,. Income. persons., ., Thectivitie's 005
dollar'amounts and the estimated percentage'benefit'" to low and moderate incomeersons 1

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019a) Water Facilities .$1,85,25000: 1'000/0- Automatic, .Transmission :Step' Bumper,

019b? Sewer ,Facilities $317,500,00! ; 100%. : White ,Letter'' Tires, .Air" Conditioning:

019c Water Hook-Ups 10920.00' 100%. '. '

019d Sewer Hook-Ups 26600.00; 100% ,

181 Administrative 34730.00 N/A $ *

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TOTAL GRANT REQUEST' $575,000.00 "" .
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The City of Starke minimize displacementpf persons as a'restittof, planned CDBG Per'

funded activities in the following manner:; no displacement is proposed under this project.If .

any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities the City will assist such Mo.

persons In the following manner: As required under the 24 CFG 42 U.S. Department of Housing

and Urban', Development's? regulation that implements the Uniform Relocati9n; Assistance'and.

Real Property Acquisition Policy ,"Act of 1970. Trade Up and Cut Your Monthly Payments
A statement of the proposed FFY 1988 CDBG project Is as follows:' The City CDBG projec

is a neighborhood revitalization"project.>'The City undertakes sewer improvements and sewer 1i I
in the"area. Total and 'of the cost will 0 171;APR do Mot. 1500 Down CaiRTiadts Equny PkJ Tax;Too nile .. '
hook-ups project cost, is ,575000.00 100_%, project :
benefit low and moderate Income ---
persons. .
x,A public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity' to comment on the application' will be bRIAN WELLS r l

held In City Halt on,Tuesday,'January 19, 1988, at. 7:30: p.m.. A copy of the application .will be gg

available for review, at the Grant ,Office 108 E. Call' St To 'obtain ,additional information Chevrolet: Oldsmobile 'a

concerning l application and public hearing, contact Linda Day" ,"John. .,Mooshie, '((904)) .

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Rainy, slick driving'conditions partially blnihecl for two deaths, 21 injuries in 24+hoiir periodLast

Friday was a sad day for rock hauler truck which was attemp- jured fn the accident(all were ridingin Within minutes Toni Stone Fuqua superintendent'; 'When her 1986 pact but no one was thrown out of the
Bradford. County; especially: the ting a left turn on US-301 south, the the Volvo) and all were taken to was killed when her car was struck Nissan ran off the highway Fuqua vehicle, All Inmates anddriVerWerewearing ,
prison community where a prison dreary' day filled with accidents Bradford Hospital by Rescue who bya prison van loaded with inmates, a pparenl ly lost control of the vehicle''' seal,belt9said; Williams
secretary and tho son of a record's began, according to Trooper t ln-: was assisted by Starke Fire Department -; ,according to Trooper .Clark which skidded l backwards and causing I"he.Nissan remained! .upright. .' '. I
clerk were killed in seperate.traffic neth Etheridge. Squad Five.Sedgwick was hot Williams. ,Fuqua'' 'was travelling the right rear,to collide with the .. .
.accidents. The truck, driven by Ronald D. injured. Damage to the* Volvo was westbound on SK-f6 .on her was to It'll front ol the eastbound van, The Sec...'Tr gedy... Page 40
Five wrecks, killing two and injur- Sedgwick, had been parked on the 10000. _._ FSP whore she was secretary to the,''. "vs n.was turned.on its side by the im' .. I' '..... ,
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medical services and law enforce- travelled onto the pavement in the .. :' I"" ." ',' r ,.,, : ., .J" ; !, ". ... .H' :" ,, '. '., '
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Emergency Management Plan' was as the truck driver made an I : '
put into effect and only praise goesto improper lane change on the rain ".
those involved, according to ,slick highway said Etheridge. ....
Director Cliff Chapman. Lawtey residents Laura 'Jackson, .'.,-
Starting at 7:36 a.m.Jan. 8 when a 32, Mae Bright Williams and her r
car struck the jtandum wheels on a .hree daughters and one son were in- .r"y
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.... The scene of one fatality and lit: Injured people early:' last Friday morn, I:'
"- log on SK-16 near the prison complex" I is one of gloom and tragedy. t. 'CHJNA
a' J +; ;. This sport car driven by Toni Slone .'U'lua05 struck! on the right rear 1i r II'
'he: ana by the prison tun currying inmate on<< work release to their jobs. Squad ,
1 ( Five using he Jaws of Life (shown was required to extricate both Restaurant ,
". a ,drivers according to Firefighter Jeff llarpe '
High praise goes to all the volunteers and many' agencies who pulled Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
together to make the tragic scene workable Mutual Aid Plan was in effect '
Medical, Team In Action.; and cooperation was evident at the scene,said Director of Emergency ,1900 ',N Tannpla'!"Starke .F'lorida 3201 .

One of the prison inmates is shown receiving first aid at the accident, Services Cliff Chapman. TO..RENA'MOTEL

scene ,last Friday morning. From Baker County' Is Greg Halt and If'r..eman ,d '.' If r. ..,., ,.. -"It a.rnrm\ 64-76'
Register.Jr. from Bradford with medical personnel from the For' .reservations or ,take;'out .ordersi-'palf: ?1NNOUNCI.N'G'NEW -
prison.prepare the inmate for transporting. J: l\\ -.. "jrt
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Starke Lanes Announces '" MONDAY-.FRIDAY.'

PRE-SEASON: SALE Lunch. : ]11'pll 1 { til'2:30': pm '

Saturday Night lOpm til 2500# ,Capacity'Bo t Lift $1,888.534'x10' Dinner; 4:30: jif 9:30;
Aluminum Framed Wood Deck Dock $375.00 "

Sale' includes All Models, Sat rday:4:3:': : lit 9:30:

Moonlite Bowling Price includes installation,&. Sales Tax to a limited area 12 'fil'23jO'. '
Lunch. Sunday: noon ;.

ALUMINUM BOAT' LIFTS AND DOCKS,, ";''Olhrier-4:30fIl9:3'; : | : .

The AiIk1 Stationary, and Floating ; Exclusive' 1 0,Year Warranty .

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_ Philospher Jim I : Kern,, gives uplifting: Bradford School Students I

try Buster Rghn Kern, a motivational lecturer par I 1) People are more important than S) himself husband father and
,ifCT Staff Wrlt are important With everyone standing Dr. Kern as a ,
rphilosophy excellence Dec. Bradford '
9 in ,
High things. also. said he would name five to do teacher.
A for full and
living a
. School and Middle School. 2) Kids are In an ,held for to, lengthen one's life, and asked Born the son of a bricklayer in
meaningful life was given to Dr Kern said be has found S things 3} We're all different faculty : each Dr. Kern school
students and Dr, Jim employees to sit down when he reached an Minnesota, taught
employees by
to be true: 4) We can change if we want to. Kern an hour, item in the agenda that the person for 21 years, from elementary
without other support. was doing to excess, grades, through high school and col
He speech as a lege,including graduate students.
>- '' rather thana /A) Don't smoke at aU. Married for the second time, Dr.
lecture. to his Several people sat down, indicating Kern has four children in his first
audience,' of his that some school personnel family, the oldest being age 27, He
address been out of continue to smoke, despite medical and his second wife,who also holds a
j r?'place,, In told his warnings.B doctorate, have two children,ages 4
,listeners good life, ,and 2.The. ,
without or sending ) Alcohol. Use it in,moderation, couple maintains homes in
everyone .;' or less. San Antonio. Texas, Minnesota and
C) Diet religiously! Wyoming. Dr. Kern travels "3 days
Dr. ( out of 7: he said, and, travels world
with That item killed them. Most people wide, having recently returned
his own experience South Africa. He will be .
in the audience sat down indicating from speaking
in illustrating -
in Thailand, in the spring.
Iw discuss a lack of determination to
ed. He au stay on diet. '
ea dience asking them Booking is handled by his wife,Dr,
to by raising D) Exercise 4 times a week. Kern said Earl Butt, secretary of
their ask them to The ones left standing after item agriculture under President Nixon,
talk with next to D., sat down following the exercise told him not to use a booking agent,
requirement, with a few exceptions. and he has found that to be
them,on The good ad-
131 N. Chorry Str..t Stark audience subject. E) Always fasten your seat belt vice. Dr. Kern is able to accept only
Of the 400-member audience, Just 20 percent (2 out of 10)) of his invita
No Money Down 964-7423'' ,: Within Dr. -Kern S or 4 people survived the five requirements tions to speak
reminded to do in order to add 11
90 it is to'
DaysSame easy '
place years to one's life. When asked if he could determineif
As Cash!) material : ,illustrating on Dr Kern congratulated those remaining his lectures had a lasting effect,
Financing Available his his own on their feet after hearing Dr. Kern said he returns to some
son automobile the five things.In places from time to time and people
wreck. home to reference to helpers being important relate to him how the talks have
report the Kern said, ,Dr.Kern made reference to changed their bves.Superintendent .
his first bad school bus drivers, and their importance
the was to the school system. Bus Jim Duncan 'and
NO WAX drivers are the child's: first contact school board members Evelyn Chas-
Carpet "Kids that have with the school system each day, tam and Len Schlofman heard Dr.;
not and the last in the afternoon. The de- Kern speak a year ago while attending
Kern said the chin meanor of the driver may welt set a conference in Tampa. $upt
Vinyl Flooring Remnants everyone, age, the child's attitude for his day in Duncan extended an invitation to
school, making the child feel good Dr. Kern following the meeting, andit
it' Isn't about himself and the school,or turning took a year for him to work Brad-
worse,"' making the him off. ford County, schools into his
Many to point than a contribution : ,Dr. Kern brought his talk to a schedule. He is booked up until
to in whichwe close by describing three giftsthe 'September next year.
299 selectfrom: live. gift of life, the gift of love and the gift
1from' of laughter.The first has little mean- Dr. Kern spent the day talking to
I !,, ,In change if ing without the latter two. students in the middle and high
Sq. Yd we want asked school. He attended Rotary Club for
everone 11 years to ,Personal Life.,.,......, lunch, and spoke to the Rotanans
''d Yd'. his or her Everyone, Dr. Kern, who earned his Ph,D. In' He concluded the day with the lecture *'
without to Ma or her guidance counseling from the to faculty and,school
feet. university of Wyoming. described employees, ending about 4 p.m. i


(fiffif' Motorola'S
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at Mot < Tower d

Approved t

|$ C ff\ Cash $ Cash, 'by BCT Buster Staff Writer Rahn' ; !

0 0 The Bradford Board of AdBack'
., p B a C k justment approved a special exception
...... Si.. '.. ; ". '"': f construction of a$300,000
MoI.1 t f 4A # ft' ',' communieationsi'.tower; ,(rand .,
__ It'J *.... -- *-li transmitter-on Leonard,.V1 Moore's
On F150 Manuals a rs property, Just off SR-18 East, Tuesday !
Dec.';29, following a meeting of
the county zoning board. J
16 choose from choose Leonard V. Moore, Sr. told the
w. C board he owns 26 acres in the parcel,
i eight acres of which has been leased
$ \', to Motorola Communication and
From 9 6 5 0 $9123 Electronics, Inc.,subject to board of
adjustment approval. The tower will
require 8 acres to properly stabilize
the tower with guy wires.
Dave BoeU, zone sales managerfor
Motorola,said the tower will be
available for use by anyone in the
$ area utilizing two-way radios.
License for the 500 foot structure.
5 0 0 back 0,n Bronco I II's I (1 has Federal already Aviation been secured Administration from the,

and orders will be placed for the'
steel immediately, said Boeff. The
7 t 0 choose from tower will be 480 feet tall, topped
with a 20 foot antenna. ,
A small building, 18' X 20', will be,
constructed to house the transmit,'
From $12,752Cash ter. The building will be secured to'
protect the expensive equipment,
and a fence will inclose the building
and tower, but not the entire site.
The tower WW! be constructed to
withstand 100, mph winds and
operate on a maximum of 223 watts.
_-. $5 0 0 most affordable new'' ,Boeff assured board member Morris -

,w Back- on at Terwillegar! not Starling adversly that affect the radio transmitter or television will

Escorts T-Birds Taurus The All New Ford reception in the community.
Motorola has been working with
Moore for the past two years in getting -
15 to choose from t$5995 ,a ,tower, located in the area.,,
ar a .
Ing Moore. among others in the area
has need of a commercial radio
tower,for use in his business.
Boeff says Starke is strategically
TerwillegarRotors FORD located for a communications tower,
: and expects it to serve many
''customers utilizing two way radio
equimpent. The tower is being built
strictly,for leasing. Motorola does
not plan a communications network

has over 50 used. st Boeff Starling said.made the motion to ap''

prove the construction, with thecars
I" in stock atdiscounted stipulation that any radio or television -,
,, interference the
", : ': operation of the tower will have to be
prices by Motorola.
Boeff agreed to the,stipulation.,
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I News' BriefsHampton '


Man DUI Fletcher William Rodgers,'33,was ed with, driving ,while license ,vehicle inspection checkpoints during Good. Selection toChoo'se -A- ,,I
In : ,arrested Jan.5 for DWLS,according, suspended and obstruction by a the week of Jan. 15 through Jan. ,from
Sunday ,;AccidentA to Patrolman McClain. Bond was set disguised person, according' to 21 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
;. 23-year-old Hampton man was at $soo, he was released on his own Patrolman Michael McClain. SR-16, CR-18, CR'18R.UB.: : i NO DOWN PAYMENT''
charged with driving under' ink recognizance.Jesse Dennis Leon Pamsh was stopped CR-223 CR-12S, CR-229, CR-231, '
fluence in a &:10 p.m. accident Jan. for a traffic violation on US-301, according CR-2n, CR-221 CR-230 and CR100AIn C & C Mini-Storage
10, Lee Jackson,Jr. of Georgiawas to McClain. Parrish had no Bradford County HWY301, South
Thomas Paladmo, driving a 1979 arrested Jan. 1.1 for DWLS, according driver's license or identification and, Recognizing the danger presented
to D, C, Roberts. when asked he gave a false name. to the defective vehicle 9648848 Mandi-House enable Buildings j jti.
fo'ord. reared ended a 1985 Ford Sun Trooper public by .... ... ..
day evening as both vehicles were Jackson; also faces a Dade County He later admitted to being Parrish. equipment Troopers will concentrate .
northbound on US-301 near the Steel charge of assault with a deadly Parrish was released after he, their efforts on vehicles being
Mill Road, according to Patrolman weapon. posted a $310.75 surety bond. operated with defects such as bad
Mack Short. The 1985 Ford overturn "' brakes, worn tires and defective FOREMOSTPRICEWISE Sale '
ed, injuring the driver, Jerry Vale. No Injuries FLIP TroopersContinue lighting equipment. Prices
26, of Starke. Vales was taken to In Accident License ,
Bradford Hospital by Rescue with a Union County, Good
West of
puncture wound to the head and LawteyThere Vehicle Inspections SR-231 SR-241'1 combine to bring
SR-100, SR-121, you Thru2Q
lacerations, according to were no listed injuries in an Bradford County SR-238, CR-18, CR-237. CR-229: .
Paramedics Cliff Chapman and accident Jan. 10 on CR-12S six miles The'Florida' Highway Patrol will CR-125, CR-231A CR-24A and CR- LOWER PRICES!
west of .
Lawtey.A t>e conducting driver license and 196A in Union County..
Paladmo was travelling 55mph in' 1977 Ford pickup,driven by Clifton -
,,8 45mph zone at the time of the accident Rosier, 18, of Lawtey, was west
and had been drinking, said bound on CK-12S. when the vehicleran I Jim
Short. His blood alcohol content was off the roadway and into the Crown Gilbey's
.09 percent he was later released on ditch, according to Trooper EnochN. Beam
his own recognizance, with a bond set Frasier Royal Gin
.at, $362, Rosier was cited for careless driving ;t V. ; I
in the 10:30: p.m accident, -
Melrose Man DO" Neither Rosier or passenger Dollie 1
Finley. 11, also of Lawtey were
.In Jan 5 Accident, listed as injured, ,according to the :: r E 888 1 .2,99.
t report. '
ear-old Melrose 8
man waa
to the truck listed
charge Damage was as '
with driving under in- LIP 750 LTRGordon's
fluence,. violation/ of right-of-way
and drivmg while license suspended Starke Man Arrested tRL'CARE [ "'
,m an Jan. 5 traffic accident,,according After DeKuyper OldThompson
..... to Trooper Phillip KraszewsKi. Selling Drugs Vodka Peachtree
Moses Darnels, driving a 1972 Christopher Goodman, 25, of
Buick, turned left in front of a south- $tarke was charged Jan. 8 with sale Schnapps
bound 1985 Mazda on SR21. The and delivery of a controlled
Buick which was northbound struck substance and possession of a con *. BEARS LIVE, *
the Mazda on the left side. trolled substance, according to SHOWTIMES: C
Neither driver was listed as in Deputy Doug York and{ Investigator Tue.Jan 19 -4.30: pm & 8:00: pm 3 Ways to get Your Tickets 6'99 99
jured. Damage to the Buick 'was David 749 6
Wed. Jan 20 4,30pm: & 8:00: pm IN PERSON:University Center Box
$200. Damage to the Mazda, driven Goodman was arrested at 905 Office and all Select A Seat Outlets.
by llsiang fo'an" 41.. of Tampa was Thomas Street after he sold an infor TICKETS
Mon-Fri LTR
BY PHONE ((904))392.1653, 750
mant crack cocaine,according to Investigator -
''e': Daniels was released on his own Aderholt Bond was set at Children (under 14))$4.00. 5.50 ,8.00 am-00pm Only.
I ,," ., ''recognizance. Bond was set at $10,000, he remains in custody. Adults $6.SO. 8.00. BY MAIl Send self addressed '1' :idA 4 j ,fW51: n; OUS&) pee a ) :.;;. $1,150. PRICE INCLUDES TAX stamped envelope\ University Box ;* 'r-1, ;tt;; >>:" ht (if:f.ti:,> ::; ff'0,' "" f t"V9' ''
Office. REITZ Union, University f\\ .. ; )>t t.15 '>. At r .99' I
" ,I KII Man Arrested. Call 392-1653 : ; : J y.:: ; \ > i ?,
For Information : ,,
' '1\, ., Gainesville. FL 32611. "" ti.Rum1 j.SY.:! W 0 <''' -,' '
.: Recent ArrestsIn Gives False NameA tpl f. m 't ) $ />;.7t1t4,1: (1 t.7& :, <',', 999"IJ. :
'CDCC If me: AT U bl at O'Connell Center Box OOlc ; Mt.-1f.: "
Bradford CountyThe 22-year-old Keystone Heights r tlC IS IXIi OTICKETS Select-A-Se t Outlets Most Area ;
man was arrested Jan 9 and charg M.rch.nt..
following arrest were'made'by' Every Frt. & Sat Night'Til 2 A.M.
local authorIties'. In Bradford
County. The Ray Parrish ''Band

", Bruce Alan ,Van Kooten, 46, of
'Starke was arrested Jan 11 ,far( fiei your winning Florida Lottery
burglary, according to Patrolman Ticket Here
I.. K. K, Hinds, Jr, Van Kooten-is handsis
charged with breaking into a room Using
at the Magnolia Hotel. He is also your 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
'wanted from Jackson
on a capias
:'." 'County. Bond was set at $5,000. 1 mile North of Starke on US 301.

.' ..,: Henry Gros was arrested Jan. 8 on still the best
," a warrant charging throwing deadlymissile
I into an occupied Vehicle according "
: to Lts. John Dempsey and
Glen Moore. Bond was set at,$5,000
: Gros remains in, custody
'In 1945 the State Legislature

I' Wayne Lee Aldridge, 41, was'arrested ,' wy to prevent designated the third Friday of
Jan. 1
1 on a capias charging
'''i( January as Arbor ,
1 shooting into''an occupied: motor +,11 /n Day.
I -vehicles according to Deputy..Gene .,
s' 4jeei Bond was set all JIifX1O",was X1 .' At FiHS Garden Centeryou'll ,
released on his own recognizance. breast 1) "
; find a wide

j Frederick. Sanders 23, was arrested ,I'; choice of
Jan.7 on two counts burglary .' c"" .. .j. 'f' fiult- owerlng and
; petit theft, according to Patrolman "' c 's.:
i W. C. Keno Bond was set at$10,1 50, : '\J 15th shade trees. Plus
\ he remains in custody j j.A JAN, helpfuTInformation and
.' cancer.It's '-. ,\; ., ,
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'I j. James Marchant, 20, of Hampton /' !'". all planting needs. ..
t was arrested Jan. 1 on capais charging -
'" possession of cannabis and battery ,
?! l ." '. ,petit theft according to Deputy \.. .. a fact that one out of r

,:":".1 Aderholt.Barry King Bond and Investigator was set- M2,000 David I" eleven women will develop % ,a I TREE PLANTING TIPS...... ', t; I '"

cash or surety breast cancer The good Dig the hole about twice as big as the '\. .
1 root area. Mix some good peat cow -
., Traffic that now therelsway a manure or bed mix with,the soil (about L-

'Johnnie Stubbie Martin,.34.was to detect breast cancer half& half). Thoroughly wet the hole ''r; ,
arrested Jan. 6 for failure to pay his Introductory offer for and roots. Spread the roots and hold ,
fine for driving while license slat to eight,years earlier ; tree!in position nil In the soil with ,, I. Y'j 7 '.. .-:
$75.00 :
suspended (DWLS), according to tl1anwith self exams.. This Just water running from a hose so there _r....._: 'f ,J y"t
.Patrolman John Hodges. Bond was .
will be no air pockets around roans \. )., ... 1/
set at$500 or pay$101.25 fine. Martinis precious time could help Water dally for a couple weeks. and, 'ryas ".'.r} .
) also being held on an Alachua .needed afterwards.. .,;j!... -".. ...-. "1'4. ,
( life breasts : .
County charge of no tag., save your your This completc'bre ,

or both.'It all,begins with a examination, is .
Anthony Charles Luke, 21, of program '
Lawtey was arrested. Jan. 9 for phone calL, just $7500; and takes' &
DWLS, expired tag, according to ., '
Patrolman Michael McClain. He less than one hour. So, SHADE TREES

was bond released was posted.after $311.25 surety Bradford Hospital If you're a woman 35 or '. bogwoocr Sycamore Red Bud .

', older now's the time to ''> Chinese Tallow a Drak Elm. live
Michael Leroy Johnson of Hospital Mammography mamm-b( ., ::1 Oak laurel Oak.. Rod Maple
arrested Jan. 8 for schedule your ;
Jacksonville was Program '
'DWLS, according, to Patrolman ,ography'.program. **, ,'3'Gal. 599 2 9'99.Containers .
Short. He was released after a $:!IO or for' ,
surety bond was posted. Callus at the Bradford,, '

'Danny Ray Maloy, '29, of.Duval Hospital. We'll arrange a Call Bradford Hospital "

County was arrested Jan. 8 for DUI convenient time for you Radiology Department ",
possession of firearm by a felon, according COW' MANURE
to come in for complete' 'Monday through Friday
to Patrolman Hinds. Bond ,, Fertl-Lome
was set at$2,750 he was released on program including a 964-6000 Ext. 165., .Composted Weed & Odor' v ROOT
his own recognizance.
,reduced exposure-level It's the best way of all to Free STIMULATORPromotes
''Johnny Lee Alexander, 210' Wont fast.
Union County was arrested Jan. 1 mammogram. ,and an detect breast cancer. I Burn
for DWLS, no ''''!'',,AI not Healthy Root
for failure appear
education tape on breast 49
9 8
,valid driver's license. Bond was set / StimuUUr Growth % ,
at $110.25,he remains in custody. self-examination.: BRADFORDHOSPITAL. L Limit 4 Bags Pint *

Nancy Ann Casaceli 3t:,was arrested 60 Lb. Bad'
Jan.8 for DWLS,expired tag INC rag,3.59
,according to Patrolman McCLaIn. .
She was released after a $311.23 A SANTAHi HKAI.THCAKK CKNTKR; I f:

surety bond was posted. ... KILLS WEEDS &

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-".. lloweyer, for' your banking, convenience our Branch ,Office '
at" the !Marketplace: ''Is open from 8 ...m.'tJI, 2 p.m. "

Brian NbheBEr'4U 1 was ejected from his 19X5 Ford' was speeding. For your convenience, our banking hours are:
MUltangJ1i..flu:1I.. : a Urge tre'Jan. 9 on CR-229, According to the KlIP reporthitehead wag ravHI-
Brow nln ... ,ing at a high rate or tlPf'1'dhI'li the crash occurred, St.
Main Branch *81l S, Walnut St. BRANCH W..Madison
Whitehead""nad been stopped for sprrding just said Trooper Enoch ..ra..i.... TIle report, said the accK ,
minutes before his death in Starke by a City policeman.: dent was" not alcohol related.! (located In the neW' Wlnn-Dixl
The patrolman did not ticket but-head but aid he lobby Marketplace)
Mon., TueJ. & Thurs. -19 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Wednesday. 9 a.m. til, 12 noon Monday, Tuesday Wednesday,
Friday T ? amto 6 p.m. 9a.m., to 4 p.m.
I CLOSED SATURDAY' .Thursday andfrlday'
Tragedy in.Bradford.. ''From Page 1B Drive-In:: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Mon., Tues. a Wed. ,7 a.m., t6 3:30 p.m. Saturday

.suffered slight facial lacerations and wa4 thrown (rom his' 1985! Ford Thurs. & FrL 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. 8 a.m. to 2 pen '
Fuqua w'a.* dead at the scene, according lacerations to the right knee, accor Mustang winch struck a pecan tree CLOSED .SATURDAYC9mmunily
to Homicide. Investigator\ 1. ding to.Chapman. Curtis Crawford on (t'K-229: according to Homicide
C, Pace. and Burrell Traylor. Another Investigator $D, C. Roberts, .
Driver of the van, Correctional Of daughter Erica 2, was not Injured.' Whitehead was travelling ata high I'
ficer Christopher Roger Proctor, 25. They were treated and released rate of speed at 12S3: a.m.on CR-229
of Macclenny and twelve inmates rev from BH. Damage to the Olda was two miles west of Starke when his. State Bank
quired treatment. The inmates were.on $1.000,damage to the Plymouth was vehicle left the roadway and strucka
a' work release from New River 12,500. Martin was cited for violation large tree, according to rrooperKnocrv ,,, '
East.,'Assisting were emergency ser ,of child restraint and McRae was, Fraiser. Whitehead whose?, stare'
vices from klachuaBaket, '. Union cited for violation fo right 'of way. mother worKS In the record deparHHientnf of
Clay and KMC. McRae received minor..injuries' + FSP. was pronounced dead
Having Dr. Peter lianas'on the, the accident. 'at >the scene,' according. to Street rMx
Member FDIC 8T) Walnut; ,964-7830'
scene greatly enhanced triage,', Paramedics :Bun-ell fraylor and. ,,
evaluating stabilizing and transport At 4:55: p.m another two car accH', Curtis Crawford. '
'ting the injured to the proper local dent sent one person to the hospital.,
tioni according to Chapman; fhe 'A westbound 1986 Nissan eastboundon
;dispatchers at the jail deserve much, : Weldon St. struck a 1986 Ford in
'credit for keeping the lines of communication the middle 'or the intersection'of
open. At the scene the Weldon and McMahon St. Driver bf H
DOC personnel and. inmates, were the Ford, Rita Frey.,39.of Starke
most cooperative helping to'makethe said she stopped at the sign before
scene workable" said Director travelling south on McMahon and

Chapman. Also assisting oit the did not seethe Nissan approaching Prices So Low You'll Wonder How We Do It!
.scene was UC1. Heilbron Springs the two-way stop, ..according to
VFD and Squad Five. Patrolman Michael McClam, Frey **"* *"-2K
Proctor was taken to ,StiandsrHospital was found at fault but was not cited,
five inmates were taken to she was taken to Bradford Hospital
Bradford Hospital (one was admi-{- complaining of back pam She was
ted,.four'were taken to RMC), one' 'treated and released. Damage to the "N. 4 I II
was admitted to Alachua and six Ford was' $2,000 damage to the!
'were taken by RMC van to RMC a NIssa"' was VJ.OOO. Driver' (If the- _
female witness at the accident was Nissan Linda Crews Bales, 39,of
also treated and released at.Brad Starke was not injured in .the accident i&cKS
,ford. according to the report
At ''Bradford Hospital all j
employees' were ready to help as Just before 1' a.m.. Jan. 9 Brian f C/ la '
needed., "L was very pleased; with the' Adrian Whitehead 18, with''a Lake I w Y a'n'
Wa YOUr staff conducted Butler address was killed :when.tie 1 r
themselves," said ,Administrator
Tim'. Rearick "Everything went!

smoothly.'This IS",the''reason we have practice EZ.WHEELS. OIIY T1
drills. This was the first situa- *
tion >of this nature in our new 1320 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE
building where we saw thirteen peo-'
pie from traffic accidents while 964-7783:
treating others (including three cardiac '
patients) at the, same line,"
said Rearick.At Buy Here Pay Here
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9:28: a.m.a two car accident at 1977 Cougar
McMahon St. and SR-16 :Starke: a
in ; peterAl9e Towels
Baby Blue Loaded .aundN Paper
sent two to Bradford Hospital.A 19114
'Oldsmobile, driven ,by Barney $495 Down Payments Choose from O2Arm & 90 sheets roll.
English, McRae' 87, of StarKe, .1978 Thunderbird, i, Fitnso ar65 2' per
started from the stop sign at the corV Hammer. Limit Limit 3.Hfe .
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p- January II, 19H8'' 'I'CLEfItAPIITISIE,1ONlTORBSECTION: ; I J Page.:315

: -_ MORTGAGE sw. RVNKERSEMablinhed Squire Parsons Appears: in ConcertSquire ,. ." ,,' I

1B84 :Kingsmen Quartet as their baritone vention Evangelism Conference.
Parsons will be appearing Squire is a native of West Virginiaand singer "Restoie the Landmark j Crusade:: ,
A BAMC or BOSTON COMP/UVY' in a special concert Saturday, Jan. attended the West Virginia Institute In addition' to being one of in Washington O.C., and in 19 6 ap-
16 at 7:30 p.m. at Fellowship Baptist of Technology where he earned America's greatest soloists Squireis peared at the National Christian
.J Church in Raiford. I a BS degree in music. He has a well known song writer, In 1981, Booksellers' Association along' with
Rev. Robert Register cordially invites served as interim music directo'd ,his song "Sweet Beulah Land", was Dr Charles Stanley, who,was the
Harold K. Davis. ( everyone to join Squire for this church soloist, high voted "Favortie Song of the Year"by keynote speaker
Loan OfficerBancBoston i-: Ma.wLtrtoER: great service of praise and music. director and in 1975 he joined the the Singing News. Also, /he received A love offering wilt be collected
a Dove Award nomination for riming the'concertiBrother
Mortgage CorporationSWD Gospel Songwriter of the 'Year. In
1986 he was also voted "Favorite Register and Squire look;
Division Licensed Mortgage t roker/,nsurersJ
Songwriter' the. Singing News forward to worshipping with you. at
105 N.W. 33rd Cpurt. Gainesville, Florida 32607 ,' Fans. this special service If you like to br-
FISHER PX Squire was ordained into the ing a group and need special parking
Office '-375-2950 Local Number -,473-0266 ministry at Trinity Baptist Churchin consideration, please 'contact the,
APPOINTMENT, 964-6QOO Asheville, N.C. in 1979. He has apnpArpd Church at 431-1066. or the pastor at,
FHA.! VA. Conventional Home Mortgages Second Mortgages!!!
At th*niihrn Ranh CVwvWinnDixie 431-1421 Dan Williams at 43L-1M7.




U 'tlIjiRm. .' LOW PRICES I Memories



Ull J PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS The memory and history' of
THURS. WED. .,,RESERVED.., Florida's ,servicemen are 'being'preserved
JANUARY 14-20 1988 --',-,...S.. at the Dept. of State
through a ,collection. of military
records dating from 1826 to the rye:
of World War U,
The papers document the history
WINN-DIXIE ,CELEBRATESOUR and evolution of Florida's, state
defense forces,including the Florida'
Militia Confederate Florida units
4 Florida State Troops, and the
FOUNDERS IDEALS Florida National Guard.
The 'records were 'recently acquired
from Major' General Robert

Ensshn,the Adjutant General, Stateof
@ Friendly People Quality Products Wide' SelectionEand Florida at the Dept. of Military
Affairs by Secretary of State Jim
Smith. The records are located at
Everyday Low Prices an Unbeatable combination. the Florida State' Archives in' the
o R.A Gray Building.
BYYIDMG The earliest items m the collection
are muster'' rolls dating from the

: of 183!>-1842'These papers list' the
STARKE members of particular military..
OOD 112&WALNUT BRADFORD IOUAM SIIOMIHfl CCNTCft! -OEU PHONt< M4-M13. .. units, as well as information' regar-t. .
:ding their service .
"These records will be of tremen-'
dous interest genealogists and
historians as they trace the development
of our State's military'and.its
role in Florida defense" Secretary
Smith said. "I want to thank Major,
t REGULAR: ADC or tl ALL VARIETIES U, S. CHOICE WD BRAND U.S. CHOICEPEPSI General Robert Ensslm and his staff
for their tremendous efforts in
ASTOR preserving these valuable records."
'' Other records include more than
COFFEE COLA 50 Confederate muster rolls which
4 u RO U N ROAST are probably the largest number in
any, repository, other' than the National
Archives. Several \tare from
.99c y such unusual units as'7 hfe"Confederate -
Coast Guard Companies..
BTL LB$1" The 1870-191A rolls \lIst the membersof
BAG REAL FOOD FOR various Florida State units,and
are not available in the National ATAchives .
BEEF ;REALEOPLEU! ..... ; or any other known location,
\ ., 'rYI Other.-records obtained, include
,. '
r .41 t..i.i: .L.1 rt.d. photographs of Florida troops from
the 1890s to the 1930s, Annual Militia
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE ,cs Returns from the 1870s to the 1910s( ,
MEDIUM or HOI Civil War vouchers from the Eighth
WHITI or TIUOW WHOLE Florida Regiment and World War J
HOGSAUSAGE Induction Records These latter
0-.a ,SUNBELT, c 9geTOWELS records are likely the only surviving

4 7 .. Lafl.UVVNAtIIi listing of Floridians drafted during
: .'e R';< .t. the First World War,
For more information call' (904J
-- 487-2073
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DEEP SOUTH PORK 'WHITE U COUHT) Internaf Service today
91e.'CALIFORNIA 4PM'$299 $297 ,The Revenue
?'' ; t CHOPS.. $499 ,announced it will ,be' offering
MAYONNAISE ,SIZE . eo. La SHRIMP ,.' it all
evening telephone assistance to,,
'POao.lmW' 'ALL_... _MP.CTID Cl"'n...Nil, .

LILAC $359 CHEK 12e FRYER 3ge ,AVAILABLE ONLY IN STORES WITH. Florida"We want taxpayers.,,,to be as available as

DETERGENT .. . ":tf DRINKS e'. .. 2 t" LEGQUARTERS 'La FISHERMAN'S WHARF possible to those I taxpayers who
already ,have questions ahout'their
-- 1987 taxes," said James J. Ryan
S EVERYDAY LOW PRICE 11f1.IfAllaRJ) Jacksonville district director.
d I UOHT 1GEMTK r MOUtM swMs "Because more taxpayers
moo', FOR KM SALON SELECTI YES -- SANDWICH $-189wiwticM us on Monday than on any other day.
v-> "
AQUA FRESHTOOTHPASTE 'HALF of the week, we have begun our extended
1' SHAMPOO CHEESE .0' .,. . LaC I service program by increasing *+
13 $1 99 or ,_io MCI.UM 44H.IUNIC. 23 SUE- HAM BARBECUE O .$R50 Mondays," Ryan added. "Tuesday'
mom Mm.fNNO. H HMHUQHT* >, "BAKED CHICKENS..sC UMWTKia through Friday our representatives
' EXTRA Dm or MOULAft PROTECTION fOIl. are available from 8.:IS a.m. to 4:30
0 .
"'" w 1.R Eva CONDITIONER CAKE $1 69. IRS's toll-free information'center

't I's LOTION : 1 99 "GOOO LOOKJMOOOOCOOKIN- Lt, DONUTS ,. . ;DOI receives throughout calls Florida from The taxpayers state has

SUE over I 5 million individual taxpayers'and
during the peak season for filing
January through April 15 of
each year,the center has handled as)
HARVEST FRESH (VENT VUC) or STRAWBERRY ROYAL many as 800,000 telephone inquiries.
$118 However., because of the sweeping
I ; WHITE SUPERBRANDHALF .changes in the nation's tax system
"' l"'lB. S'Se made by the Tax Reform Act of 1987.
"i POTATOES .BAG -' lk ICE MILK .' GAL, IRS expects inquiries during the uP-.
: ,coming filing season to be up by
MMWIST MH '"We have increased our
f 99 -- CHOCO O CHARM percent. the an-'
j; DELMONTEPINEAPPLES $ 99C staff to accommodate '
1 DRINK . : GAL'' ticipated increase," Ryan said."We
.. . ,;": .'. ., EACH committed to providing the
Jt'/' _.,Pr.i are fully service' to our
III/ t $ ,best possible .
FLORIDA ', .111 s SUPERBRAND ,' Z lu -joo customers the. Florida taxpayers

CARROTS . ,. . I"... 99c ..--" ,SOUR CREAM. . :'. :..'.' ;' SUE, he,A :mailout- during Oc-
iNoAiP1.N a iaOCIIl00 a.MtOCOlWr MutM Tfft r HOMTIMY
to( the need
?- tober alerted taxpayers
b. ALFALFA or 98c 'I to give early consideration to tax

BEAN SPROUTS. .. w .', .. . ''La p return preparation. The pamphlet
urges taxpayers to prepare early
and offers a new IRS publication
._. '" xplanatk>n of the Tax Reform Act
SUi'IC' GROUND v"Tiwiu.a.c'M NL vto*UM.I vtaa uau
BUY / FIESHHUGO'S" of 1986 for Individuals" as a pre-
CARPET TURKEY EariUNIOZ'tsvtunmi filing season source of information
4 ... .',- _-&rs. .. .MUWM ...&"&. .u& t M/ .MEIaWO.I.. .:. { about To obtain the impact the publication of tax reform.or to get


AT AUTHORIZED .=..=.. '' -.... nr-o- ..r-= JUNIOR ,2 i=. 7 c InstructionStarke
MMM CMMI wa.UM.fl ft Wr r of Keystone

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Can Mark at

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Death Warrants Signed l ( 4", ."j!':, '

Gov Bob Martinez signed death Sept. 8, 1973. while on prison
warrants Jan.8 for three Death Row furlough. He shot Turman betweenthe _
inmates including one for Willie eyes as Turman walked in while' t '
Jasper Darden who has been spared Darden was attempting to rape Tin I A
the electric chair on five previous man's wife. "Ii.
occasions. Bush, 29:was sentenced to die for
the Anril 27 iw Iridna -mun'et" of,
The others were signed for the Slater, granauaughter of Evmrude
convicted killer of Evmrude heiress Motors founder Ralph Evinrude and,
Frances Julia Slater and the taller of actress Frances Langford. The victim '
a Pinelias County businessman 19, planned to invest in convenience q : :
The warants were the second for stores and was working her : _
John Earl Bush convicted in,the first night as a clerk in a Martin 1 ,
Evmrude slaying and for RaymondRobert County store to learn the business. ,, _
Clam. Clark, 4ft was sentenced to death /
All three are scheduled to die Feb. for the April 27,1m murder of a St. Girl Scout Cookie Sale I rci6j '
3_ Florida's electric chair ,at Petersburg businessman, David :: : L Ls _
Florida State Prison. Drake.Clark took him to an isolated The annual Girl Scout Cookie Sale N _
Darden,54,was convicted of gunn- spot and killed him. He told Drake's begins January 16. :
ing down furniture store owner family that Drake was alive and New this year is the Echo, a : '
James Carl Turman of Lakeland on tried to extort money. wonderfully chocolate, deliciously ,
... creamy sandwich.The old favorites
are ,also available at $2 a box.
Delivery is scheduled for the week of
I State Attorney's Report Feb.Z2.
Cadettes are a versatile group of j .ff a
Office Alfred Griffin'arrested Nov. Girl Scouts. They are busy working y ....
The Bradford of State Attorney Lee _" ""'"" ::1Cad'ettes !.- '-- -
Eugene Whitworth received 24,1986 foe robbery pled guilty,five on Child Care and Cadette Girl Scout
( tennis for the Are Versatile...
20 new individual cases and/or years probation make restitution: Challenge tearing
felony defendants for prosecution, arrested Nov. 3, 1987 for violation of Fitness requirement) but will take Starke Cadette Troop 520 takes a tennis break to sell (Front Ken Norman a., Bobble Wescott Amy King
during the month of December, according probation; pled guilty, sentenced to time out to sell cookies with other Girl Scout Cookies leader Carolyn Eaves with Kasey Renee Eaves and
to Investigator Wiley Clark. two years DOC followed by fiye Scouts in Bradford Union Left to right (back) is Melanie Trimble Danielle Anita Black.lIe..ey. .
Two of the cases were prison years probation. Neighborhood as well as all of Jennifer Keys, Christy Melton, Shannon, Not slaws are Brooke Watson, Jenny Richardson.
related. Gateway Curl Scout Council. Elliott.Pamela Patterson. Christy Willis. Stacey Bryan and Sarah Looney.LOTTERY .
Information was filed on 18 prior '
cases and the office declined to prosecute .
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one case. Eight cases were
,dIsmissed. There were no Jury
trials.The office filed four felony appeals ;

No,Judicial' action was taken on' FLORIDA i I

one case.
Sixty-four misdemeanor, cases ,
were filed and three prior cases :''':: ::': ::,\\A ;.
were dismissed by the office in Dec., .' ,
said Clark. The office declined; to tzI ";:"' .' ,\; .
prosecute 16 cases and 13 guilty : "
pleas were accepted. ;
/ ;
Twenty-one petitions were filed in .; ,
Juvenile court. The state attorney
dismissed one juvenile petition and \
four received nonjudicial action. t CELEBRATION
Twelve pleas of guilty were ac' S .
cepted. The recommendation byHits IQjpq Y
was declined on 13 Juvenile
petitions. : ,
The following cases received final t'' "
disposition during the month of 1 ,
December,.1987 SALE
FREE, Lottery
Kenneth Gerald Smith arrested FREE Lottery
July 9 for sexual battery; case
,prosecute.Carl dismissed., .victim does not wish ,to Tickets With' YOU CAN WIN TicketsWith '

Luther arrested July 24, 1982 Every Purchase
f6r:' grand theft; defendant >com ,000,000 'Every Purchase ;
pleted the pre-trial intervention pro-' s s
Karlos Dean Moss arrested Aug. ,
25 for grand theft;, ,dismissed "
restitution made.
Timothy Leggette arrested July 20 1988
for possession and delivery of con- -- -
trolled substance defendant LINCOLNTOWN '
sentenced on other, charges*.
\y, C. Loper arrested Sept. 2, 1986 CAR .,: .
fort grand theft; case dismissed
lacks prosecutive merit. ,1 1
Carl Lamar Foster arrested Sept ;:," '
1 for grand theft; defendant sentenced Discounted k ., : :" '
on other charges. 1988 MERCURY ;
Willie ,Norman Suggs' arrested ,,.. r ,
Sept. 5 for battery battery of law enforcement $2,000 GRAND MARQUIS ,
officer; case transferredto .' ,
misdemeanor division
Suggs arrested Sept 7 for ag- I
to gravated misdemeanor battery transferred FREE -J--L Discount $2,000 a ,:, :'i

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Donald Ray Taylor arrested July FREE "
15 for sexual battery upon a child 11 FR OKE5 PIZZA v "
or under t> defendant)sentenced on bPS "
other charges. ... f
,James McNeal arrested Oct. for d"" i
aggravated battery; transferred to 'j
misdemeanor divISion.
Keith McCoy Jones charged with REE 1
battery; kidnapping; transferred to ,, ',
misdemeanor divisIOn. ,
Donald Ray Taylor charged with
sexual battery upon a child less than
12 years of age; defendant sentencedon
other charges. ::
James Wilkes arrested Oct. 5 for '
,grand theft;,victim does not wish to
prosecute. k
,Keith McCoy Jones charged with
burglary;case transferred to misdemeanor

Jones division.charged with grand theft; 1988 MERCURY : : ,'. ;
transferred to misdemeanor divirsion. 1 ,I,'I .n' ', ,
', COUGAR ',1"
Inmate Lawrence Dean Evans ar r ,
'rested Sept. 24 for aggravated bat- 1988 LINCOLN '
tery, pled no contest to attempted r
Inmate possession ?of, weapon CONTINENTALDiscounted.
sentenced to three years DOC con Discounted

:secutive.'.rMarklee John' Harris arrested" Oct. ., '

21 for criminal mischief, trespass r 3,000 J Lf .
after warning; battery of law en- f: D
forcement officer; transferred to' '.
misdemeanor division., ,
17 for grand theft auto, petit theft;
pled no contest to grand theft,placedon '
community control two years; "83 TOWN CAR '84 GRAND MARQUIS PONTIAC
submit to substance abuse, refrain BONNEVILLE/ Brougham

from Jim driving Roy Simmons until licensed.arrested'. June' : : $7488, j:j: x7488 1"I I $8488 .

19 for, aggravated assault (three ..
counts); pled no contest to improper "85 CADILLAC '86 CHEVY 'PONTiAC '
exhibitation! of deadly weapon,fined

Aug.Inmate 19 for Ellis escape;A.;'pled Platt no, arrested contest, L ''x12,988 : : M0,488 : : 5988 i : :

sentenced to 18 months DOC.,
Anthony Dewayne French arrested '87 FORD T-BIRD, '85 LINCOLN "87 PONTIAC
Oct.27 for burglary;transferred -
to misdemeanor division .I l1T! Black BeautyMl,988 TOWN CAR GRAND AM
Willie DeSue arrested Oct. 27 for ,
burglary; transferred to misde- : $9988 : : $8888
meanor division.George .
E. Plnkney arrested June '86 PONTIAC % c/wll.l.AC.BrouOham '85 OLDS 98REGENCY
13 for lewd, lascivious assault C on a FLEETWOOO :
child opposing law enforcement officer SUNBIRD ,
; ,pled no contest attemptedlewd s 8 .
or lascivious assault upon child
under 19 yean of age, three years' .
probation, no contact with victim.

Armed Forces. I CIVF RF -

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On Duty in New York, G.C. ,

Coast Guard Seaman Wayne R.. Sat. 3-6pm $ io : ,': -
'Balliet, son of Dr. Dianne Rectitine 2201 North Main St., ia
of Lake Butler,recently reported for f. ),. '
duty at Coast Guard Station '
RocbeSterN.V. -4251
A 1987 graduate of Crystal River / .
High School, Seaman Balliet Joinedthe I I .
Guard in 1987. ".
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 2 & 1 BEDROOM HOUSE $250 and $350. ,PINI FORESf AXlTMENTSi: Now taking FOR SALE ,' 964-7776 Iml

la the Bradford County Call 964-5377 oft. 5:30 p.m. 10/1 TF applications for 3 BR apartments.starting : t, : 205 N. T.mjiiV. Stark I
Telegraph office ,In writing and paid In ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home, at $200 per" monthi,CHSA, fully GOVERNMENT HOMES $1.00 (U Repair/,
,advance unless Credit Is already '....' mile from city. Nice neighborhood. equipped kitchen cable r. dy. ,,1530 Buy Direct! Repos S Tax Selied Proper I
established with this ffic.. 468-1323 10/8TF W, Madison St? 964-6313 M n-F.I. 9,5 ties. Gef the FACTS TODAY! Call Cecelia Terwlllegar 1

,I THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT (I NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish p.m; qual Housing Opportunity t/14 .(refundable) 1.518-.59.35.6 Ext, "H3377 ..-.NEW LISTINGS....,
;,. HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video TFchg 24 hr*. 1/7 3tpd 1/21 CROSBY LAKIs tot 22, 15000.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ovail bl.. Will child 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMEr 2 BR, 1 BA with 2-car gorog. Perfect f for
room one ,
accept -22 S. MYRTLE ST.I Home 2 car garage, all new Interiors CH&A, 2 BR, 1
.:, THE TELEPHONE. no pets 964-8816. Itpd T/14 retired couple. Easy walking distanceto
,no pets. Palms Apt.. 2313 N. TempleAve
fla. $30,000 /
' ,' TRAILER IN COUNTRY BR 2 bath fur. Call Financing Available See to Appreciate,
: \ ,: Classified deadline If TUESDAY' .. Storke 32091. 10/29 TF new shopping center $29,999
.' '' nice yard. 1 childmaximuum -642 N. WALNUTl BR, 2 Ba, Handyman's dream, 38000.
\ ', '\ NOON prior to Thursday publication. TEN MOBILE HOMES for rent: furnishedor big 964-5606. 4/30 tin
> ,Cla" deadline Is TUESDAY unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR, $235 month plus deposit. 1'%' ASSUMABLE on $22,000 3 BR, :2 DUPONT ROAD (lewteyi) One acre surveyed $6,000 cosh.
:. ":\,'. 5:00, P.M. Special Classified display 964.7498. 11/19TFchg 964-6714-Meng Dairy Road. Itpd 1/14 ba, brick veneer home with fireplace BRICK BLDG.. 4000 sq.ft. (unfinished 'inside' )off Morgan on NW 42nd Ave.
'" ',:,q: placement Is NOT Guaranteed. THREE BEDROOM one bath home on NE ONI BEDROOM APARTMENT' vacancy and garage on 5 acres. Beautiful home. on 1.S acres Built ps a lodge but could convert to your own u... $60.000.
: \ Minimum charge for classified od isIS. 11th St off NE 50th Ave., 301 North of son, near town, children and elderly Reduced to $59.500. United Realty of ......HOMES....
words for $3.SO, th.n, 15 cents for Stork. 5310 month plus deposit Open welcome at small apartment complex. Starke. 964-8447 or 4733627. 11/12 TF LOVELY 3 BR. 2'h! Ba custom built home, LR. with fireplace. DR eat-In kitchen .
each' word thereafter, house Saturday 9-3.1/7 2tpd 1/14 964-8601. 1/14 TFn 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH on 4 'acre* on extra large utility room screened porch garage, CHSA. thermal'. '
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", ',, THREE BEDROOM TRAILER In country TWO BEDROOM mobile home In Lawtey, Sleepy, Hollow Drive, SI rk.. Carpet .windows,acre of land 68000.

' ,r I \ .,i"',4. stove and refrlg. $185 month. 94-8661. Call 782-3894 alter 10 p,m.' 1/14) 2tchg throughout, stove, refrigerator BRICK' 3 IR, I 1V Ba, LR, kitchen-dining area carport, utility room, 1004 N,
,, ,' Itpd 1/14 'COS freezer and clothes dryer Included. Thompson St, utility bills MS.255.

'; '1,M t, PERSONALS LARGE COUNTRY HOME with,fireplace'', homes CHECK tailored OUT your I 'Clean pay schedule rental Call for more details. 9646493. 1/14' BRICK' 4 BR or SBR 2 bo, !,appro 1900 s.I., one acre, S yrs, old between
2V 2/3 BR, ,
I on < acres. carpet garage 4ta| Stork. & tawtey.
Private park l laundry and playground.PINES .
,' porch. 473-2157 or .68-1.168. 1/7
: ''A WONDERFUL 'FAMILY EXPERIENCE: 2tchg 1/14 SRI21 just south ol SRI00 in BEST NEIGHBORHOOD 365 E. Mimosa. Large, Immaculate, brick home .
: Australian, European, .Scandinavian ONI ROOM COTTAGE $200 per month, Lake Butler C 496-2366.. Hn/chq.1/7 REAL ESTATE CHSA, nicely landscaped l lot 296x148, $67.000.
f 1S. ', High School Exchange'Students orrK" utilities Included. South 100 Highway, *"" OUT OF AREA LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY, PRICED' RIGHT Keystone; beautiful
Ing In August Become a host f family lot '964.7255,117 2tpd 1/14 REAL ESTATE Spanish style home, 3450 f., 10 acres, sprinkler .ystem,4BR, 2V4' bo, formal
American Intel-cultural Stud.nt Ex TRAILER FURNISHED Hampton Lake 'FOR SALE LR, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR. brick fireplace, patio, pool', telling
',> chang. Call 800-SIBLING.. fcan 88.20 Hwy. IB, adult only, no pets. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots fans, 2 car garage new roof, zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtgs., $135.0001
1988. LOSERS UP TO 30 LBS in 30 days lor Boathouse and dock. $235 month and l river 'access, $5450 Each. No 'ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING. Stucco ft block beauty with 3400 s.f.6
I... than $501 As seen on TV. Dr $200 deposit. 468-1829. 1/14 2tpd 1/21 REPOSSESSION AT LAKE ALTO In Waldo, money down, $65.41 monthly. Owner yrs old on 2'/ acres In Lawtey area.

recommended, Satisfaction ONE BEDROOM unfurnished house $175 Fla: 3 BR. 2 full baths 1344 s.f. on 1 VI I.236-4579,, or 1.622-2438, 177TF ,!ROOM TO GARDEN Palm St.. V2. brick, new roof carport. new Carrier
gu rant..d. MC/VISA accepted. month, no pets, one year lease. acre Carpet fireplace, chain linked pump large screened porch, utility shed extra l lot.
. 1800.226SLIM ((7546)). Icon 88-14 964.8404. 1/14 3tchg 1/28 full cl s.d'ln"gorag... Appraised at ANIMALS & PETS -CONSOLIDATED HOME & OFFICE OR APT: 5 Acres, lawtey area
:h'>, "' ",/\,1\:; INTERNATIONAL DATELINE'attractive USA In' NEAR MELROSEt 1 acre with 2 BR, 1 '), $62.000 will sell l for $....000. Financing DEERWOOD S/D. brick 3/3 pool l $105.000
' \\'. '*" ,{ traduce you to single, t available. $3.100 down, $.35 FOR SALE
; : '; :' both, mobile home 1 old CH&A, monthly
.' sincere models,executives year MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2. 2 story 12 acres $ 85.000
" ;; 'hl 1/7 1/28
',: VIPseevs, utility building with washerdryerhookup. .376-3363. 4tchg SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2.1985 DW, high lot $ 50,000
1)1.) ::,,; foreign' ; millionaires, verydiscreetly Fenced WE NEED GOOD HOMES I gentle pony, fireplace.
, "' .!" (fl; Free Information, Write Box yard $295 month. "' 2 Border'Collies, and 1 Australian EDWARDS LOOP:,3 BR. 2 Bo, 1 acre, let s go country $ 62.000
.i'' ;,:,'\,): 1', :. 10307; Brodenton.' FL '34281. 1-777-4501 Itpd HOUSE 1/14 347 Th VACATION RESORTS OR Shepherd. Call Kris, 964-6924. TFmf ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1) frame Reduced, quick *alel'$ 19,900
,l. 8137551337. fcon 88-15 mp. BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Oaks extra l lot 44.000
'!I'' '; ). RENTALS : Shady S/D.
( FOR .
PONY SALE Pinto, mare 1
,\ ',' son St., Starke. ,Also 2 BR, MOBILE young '
".f,l(\ I\R"li'. "" HOME In lawtey. 782.3655. ,Marvin 5' 5 yr. old. $150. Call 964.5116.,12/IOTFec MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acres, 3/1' CB. CHI A. so near $ 40.000
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Rosier llpd. 1/14 ,COTTAGES. Fully furnished. Daily, HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDE: Recognized CROSBY LAKE CANAL) BR. 1 Ba, CH/A frame $ .'.000''
TWO. HOUSES FOR RENT In Slarke,2 or 3, weekly monthly, rates. Also mobile, safe and effective by US Bureau of LAWTEY.: 4 BR, :2 bd, 2 story t acre,.100 yrs. old' $ 36.000

.' bedroom 2 both fireplace, unfurnished home park spaces for renf and home Veterinary Medicineagainst, hook .......V.COMMERCIAL.
l for sale, MT. VIEW RESORT. U,S, 6 round &
near'schools, no pets KINGSLEYLAKE and tapeworms In dogs cots ENTERPRISE ZONE: 145'x.165'. near hasp. $ 25000,
OWN YOUR OWN $14.99 ONE PRICE : 2 bedroom. 1 I. bath. ,furnished. .Highlands 524-4605.6/11 Rd. Franklin, N.C, ((704)) GOLDKIST US 301 N., 964.7871122... THOMPSON ST: 11,362 s.f:., brick, Enl.rpri..Zon., Benefit, $ 80,000 '1
533.2235. Itpd 1/14 tfnchqMOBILE Blchg 211QUARTERHORSE s
'. '" LADIES APPAREL. children ($20 $40 "" 301 N: 1,5 acr..i; MH hook-up, 2 bldgs, 240.on 301great) fralue'. 37,000
" value of" shoe store., Regular stores'' THREE BEDROOM HOUSE no pets,' $250 '. : mare. 7. very gentle '" .
,S ) HOMES 301 N: by Eeono L dg.165.0I'on 301 ,$120,000
I Ladles month. 964-8"9B Itpd 1/14 and smart,,sound, $800. 964 6608. Itpd. '
choose from Jean/Sportswear, "" ,
301 N: approximately 150's approx. 220' $125000
r living FOR SALE 114CHIHUAHUA' ,
Mns; Children/Maternity, Large room, bedroom bath $175 month No 55 MIXED PUPPIES: 3 females 301 N Dairy Queen Building lease option? Reduced $ 85,000
Sizes, Petite; DonceweorAerobic, '
9648071. 1/14 2tchg 1/21 301 S: 193301 'frontage S $ 85000
pets. and 2 moles. $35 each. Will make ex
Bridal l. Lingerie or Accessories Store. FOUR BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home; MOBILE HOME FOR SALE rent to own .eel lent watch dogs. Call.964.5630 often 301 and Washington Street, 262.5 x 105' $ 91.500
Brands: Liz Claiborne, Healthtex, $275 plus deposit. Also; 3 bedroom, 2 your own,'mobile, home. Several to, 5pm. Itchg 1/14 301 S: 135 /ft,, on 301!, approx 2 acres (possible 4 Acres)),. ',$150.000\
Ch u.. L.., St. Michele! Forenia both mobile home, $300 plus deposit. choose from. Call 468-1323 f for information. .
PEKINESE PUPS I female 1 male. Rtal
Bugle Boy Levl Organically GrowndLucia 10/8TF. '.....ACREAGE......
WILLIAM D. TIFFIN. Lie. Real Estate
Over 2000 others. Or $13.99 On. Broker, 964-5065 Itchg 1/14 NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES Call I 'Roy cute, must see $75 each: Call 964-7823 GREAt LOCATION: !'fwy,1ooW & Hv-y 225. 40 plus Acres $ 60000

..'. Price Or Multi-Tier Pricing Discount or .THREE BEDROOM I bath house on the Wells at A&VM bll. Homes,. 964.6407or alter.4 pm. 'Itpd 111.BOATS'. RD., 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7000

. ". Family Shoe Store Retail Price l lake $450 plus 'deposit. Also 3 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw 105th AVE.. LAWTEY: 2'A acres cleared $ 8000
,. unbelievable for top quality shoe non bedroom. 1 bath house, $450 plus .14 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE. all set up In Ohn's HAMPTON 438 acres. This property has everything :$438000
molly priced from $19 to $60 Over 250 deposit. WILLIAM D. TIFFIN lie. Real Subdivision.. Ready to move Into. LAWTEY: acres, 105th Ave., good investment $ 15000

Brand, 2600 styles. $17,900 to $29.900: Estate Broker 964.5065.Itchg 1/14 13800. Financing available .Call. .U FT. BOAT C TRAILER 18 hp Evlnrude, RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond, wide open spaces $ 26,000
,'-, Inventory. Training. Fixtures, Airfare, STATE EMPLOYEES; need home close to 964-5606.6/11: tlnchg ,excellent condition $950 9644380 FLUME RD.. 9 acres joins Country Club Condos?Time Share? $ ..9.000Sit
Grand Opening .tc. Can:: open 13 days your work? W. have clean mobile 2 DOUBLEWIDE HERO'S Financing! 964 1/14 16 WEST appr ., 7 cr.s' S 13000
Mr. Keenan ((305)) 366-8606 Itpd 1/14 homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF available. Call 1-272.0625 collect, tin day or 6238 eves 'Itchg PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH; RD: 20.16 acres, 3 w.II"J, 2 pole/.
MICROWAVE POPCORN! National com NEW MOBILE HOME) 14 If. wide, central l '2 USED DOUBUWIDESi Low' payments.Low 2 septic t tanks, owner finance $ 50,000 Or will split ea 27.000
pany in snack food Industry will op- heat and air furnished. Must see. down payment. Coll 1.272.0650collect. 1 ,'
ditrtribctorfor thliuieu1. MtfSTBt- : BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great l location.LOTS. $82332
point .., 468-T323VW'tr: : tin .
.A8LETQ STAR1.tlOWJ ,a iltt.* 110,0 em T 173 MOBILE HOMEr BR, 2 ba;,.CHSA. .5.-S.-. ".. -'r, ...e ,> .-, ..... ..... .
vestment: -.. .. 'r'- ocr.. 964-4208. $2SO/months 10/29 TF $5,000. Call 964.6305 from 8-5 p.m.. or 'CROSBY LAKE Lot 100 ft. $19800
fcan 88-16 'OFFICE BUILDING 5 rooms, wall to wall 964-8970 alter 6 p.m. and leave word. ,COUNTRY ClUB ESTATES: 2I lots, one acre each 7,500& $ 8.700
I ',,,. ,, ,' 10UO SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunol carpet, central air. Perfect for Doctoror 12/3TF. KINGSLEY LAKE VillAGE 2 lots $ 4.500'
, ,., WOLFF Tanning Beds SlenderQuest Attorney's office. For more Info, call 173 MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 boo CHSA STROUTREALTY 9 WINDING. TREE LAKE Lot 246. Florida Frontier $ 15,000
., : .. 'Passive Exercisers Call for FREE color l Jewel or John, 9646305. TFmm| $5.000. Coll 964.6305 from 8.5 p.m. or Incorporated '
Save 50% LAKE SMALL COTTAGE 6 and leave word. After Hour
catalogue. Jo KINGSLEY 964-8970 after 6 p.m. ,. Lie. Real Estate Broker
.... N.ison' 473-7541
Anne T
,1-800.228.6292.. Icon 88.It. months '.nt. heat winter rates. Couple 12/3TF .III.gor
only, no pets. 533-2366.1213 TF ASSUME 3 U2' bath on your l tot, $159 83< N. Temple Ave.U 301)). John Longford Master Appraiser 494-2291
., ,- KINGSLEY LAKE BR mobile home, heat. month. 904-351-8514, 5tchg Starke, 32091 Randy Cory 475.2597Accelerated

WANTEDKITCHEN yearly, couple only no pets. 5332366. '2/4 964-8931 473-3096
12/3TF HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 2B.68.3.. 460: one ,acre, new doublewlde I
: CABINETS WANTED Also TWO Bit TRAILER on'nice large tot In ,Homes .ol Merit. $279 month. Free mobile, quiet area, $25.000.

.; ';, I, vented natural l gas pace heater or Lawtey area. Partially furnished No delivery. Uncle Roys, 90351',8514.t.7 455: Apartment house .((4)) opts?
, children. 782-3344 or 782-3942. 12/10 Stchg 2/4 LOON occupied, 55000.
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Goad condition
: r I small furnace. ,
: 'i' \ i I', "I". 'reasonable 13711128. 1/7 2tpd 1/14 TFce REPOS. down.easy assumption Doubles with and little singles or no, 1458: laundromat S package meat. AA A A A A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI ;
"' CHRISTIAN WOMAN for oft.r storegreat investment,
.,. school l care 'ol 2 children light .' corner. lot wooded fenced 904-351-8514 agent. 1/7 Slchg 2/4 457.: 2 oc.. mobile, workshop solar
masoniteveplace ? I
with M WIDE shingle, .ReaIt"y/nc.
backyard l large screened porch' : :
hours/week. ? water
,, ', housework, 10 and much more. $227/month. heat. 39900. .
References required 782-30O8! after $ elevated eating area. Large Office f for 'near
with extra outdoor storagebuilding. 904351.8514; Uncle Roys. 1/7 Slchg' space tour .
p.m. 1/72tpd 1/14 2/4 .house. Utilities furnished.
Family room with fireplace.
, lease 12x70 MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom. $2400. We Have Rentals
S4OO month and deposit. 1 year
CARS, TRUCKS, VANS required 1021 W. Pratt St... 964-8073. 431-1050. 1/7 TF

1/7 4tchg 1/28
1979 FORD VAN Chateau Club Wagon, 964-4'5'4'4'm'

351 (.1., dual AC..65,000 mil... Great 10 : ::!
shape! AM/FM stereo cassette, 4 cap
tain's choirs $4500. Call/ 473-2692 after :

6 p.m. 1/7 TFsw Wayne ,
1986 DODGE CONVERSION High top Designated Appraiser
fully loaded 4 captain chair, rear For Rent

couch. Call Bob, 4737975. 1/7 3tchg / /' /
1/2! Office SpaceRetail ; Homes Lots S Acreage; Waterfront

1983 FORD F-150 XL 4.4t 2 tone gr..n. GREAT 'PLACE! FOR HORSES 3BR/2BA Block?, Great'

,, ,.. $6500 OBO. 964-7271. or 964-4319. .1/7 office '- Was Room w/Fireplace. Ch/A. Wall Oven'Stove & Refri; Carpets & .

.'U 4tchg FORD 1/28 VAN .run* good $400. Attorneys Office. 1v Drapes, Inground Swimming Pool.. 41 Acres. of Pasture. Farming

684-3625. 1/14 2tchg 1/21 Fully carpeted CH&A. & Wooded Areas. 32x37 Cypress Barn. Well & Septic

1910 PHOENIX PONTIAC U Two door Lease ::3 ACRES OF PRIVACY ,- 2BR/2BA Block. Extra Large

economical l, good transportation. required. Living-Dining Area. Family Room, Breakfast. Room CH/A
$1200. price negotiable. !Phone $350. per month.
964.7886 anytime.. It 1/14 ,Susan M: Faulkner, GRI. CRB PRESIDENT Enclosed Oarage.' *: I'
for Information or to see
LAWTEY 'AREA.3BRt2BA. Block. Living & Dining i Rooms;'

Calf 9646305.OUTLAW !1JilFJil f11lXN. pY 19{ : Family Room w/Wood ,Burning Stove. 12x24 Tool Shed w/Two

", Covered Parking Spaces, 1 Acre. .

I Located Hwy 301 .2 elks S. SR.100, 221 W, Lafayette Street 1425. DOWN f Pit Approx. $429.93 for this ,3BR/2BA ;

LAVERN H. OUTLAW Block !'tomeiCII/A.' Drapes. & Carpets,, Family. ,Room,..1,416
ACRES With free. Nice .
TEN some area
:L S/F. Large Lot. .i.
Broker LARGI BRICK HOME In Pinebreeze S/D. Beautiful l lot". .
OVER 12 ACRES high land In Graham area Will divide., ''Z" OUR BEST BUY > BR/2BA Block'Spscious Living Room. it

IC Thirpking of buying or GOOD RENTAL! 2 BR, t Ba small lot. Under $20.000, Family Room.. CH/A. 1839 S/F. Stove.,. Refri' A Dishwasher.? :,Lri.

selling? Cud us.' 2 STORY CB I & FRAME HOME Close to Crosby take! 1 Acre. Well 4. Septic, I Acre.' r"
.. *CEDAR & CYPRESS HOME on 8 acres, over 2,000 s.f. Many extras. '
Eveniiiijs Si U'ft'kfnds NORWEGIAN BRICK'3BR/2BA.. Dming-Kitchen Combo. it
964-4522 ADULT COMMUNITY) Lot for campers or trailers Has water septic A light ,
STARK FLs pole. '. ,, ; CH/A. ,Range A, Refri. Carpet, 1200,S/F. ,Well A. Septic ,1.3 I

David L. Dodge. MSA Kay KMcr MKARes. FOUR BEDROOM 2V4 Ba Cedar, A .Brick 2 story. I home with 37 acres. Some Acres .

101 Plaza *IB-I-5I7U > n >M planted pines. 6.92 ,ACRES ",. 3BR/1BA Frame, and 3BR/2BA DW MH
*4 BR, 1 Be CB home & commercial l home on 301 S. Own. financing. w/Patios & Carport'Well A Septic,
*COTTAGE ON OKLAWAHA RIVER. In Marion County. Good hunting and
fishing. .
1 3/4 ACRE beautiful building site or put mobile home. Has 1BR/1BA Apartment w/Separata Entrance 5 Acres., .

*24 LOVELY ACRES with large stocked fishpond part pasture, partially fenced. GAINESVILLE < 3BR/2BA Block 1577 S/F. AC, CH, Family'

DEERWOODt Nice 2296 .... home, :3 BR, 2 Ba, $34.900. Room. Stove A Refri Double Carport, Enclosed Porch, on
NICI BUILDING LOT Over on acre, past hospital $8.500 Terms.. Lot .
Your Full Sorvii-c Rt .1! -- ..- Offit'c *HWY. 301 S) 2 Acre, has 24x60 versatile building plus 2 mobile homes, Has Corner Lot w/Vacant Included... I'" '
2 ACRES ." 3BR/1BA'Frame. Ceiling Fans Heater
300' on Hwy. Space in
Appraisal)' for Ri idcn< < Farm < omim r : iol Buj-rini .
*GRAHAM 3 BR. 1% bo, brick A block on 1 acre. Only $34,000. Lawtey Area. .

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL *IN TOWN 4 BR, 1 bath hat been remodeled. Only 26000. OLE FASHION CHARM -4BR/1BA Frame, Large Living A
*HAMPTON 3 Acre with 3 BR, 2 Bo. ossumable mortgage. $45,000 .
COMMERCIAL HOPIHTr( en S. It I,'JOOO *... It. on eve en ocr. Meny,extra. OVER 1 ACRI with custom doubUwld, workshop many more extra, Dining Rooms. Large Porches City Water Large Lot, (23.900.

r J"r" T"* r *HWY 100 Westi 83 acre with 1300' frontage Hwy. Only $1,337 per acre NEAT AND CLEAN. 2BR/1BA. Frame, -Well A Septic Good
> .HOMES IN STARKE* Location, 21000., i

..:-. COUNTRY ClUB EXECUTIVE HOME Brkk. 3/3. fireplace many omenltie NOW Commercial ARetldentialRtntaliAvallabttl SELECTED PROPERTIES

ONLY 76000. Coll few private showing. r .. '_ J. S ACRES High A Dry. Well A: Septic.
IXECUTIVI HOMI on S owe* In Slarke.absolutely the best area. Brick. 3/3. You .
10 ACRES Pecan Grove. Bam. Well A Septic.. Fenced..

must see this one, $110.000. 1800 It. In Slarke ** Calf of our Professionally trained 10 ACRES a Pecan Grove A: Fish Pond Residential.
.A IOTTA ROOM fOR THE MONEY 2 story, r. ecorot"' sq. one
'convenient to shopping and hospital$39,000.l staff today at: I 10 .ACRES South Clay County, Reside _tia1/Alrtcu1Ma1 .
.REDUCE-CONVENIENT TO TOWN & SCHOOLS. 3 BR, 1 Boremodeeel.( ... 3 ACRES v. Good Commercial Location.

-GUI IT NEIGHBORHOOD 3 BR, hardwood llaor' *. nice yard. will consider II 964-5069 .. ,4,$5 ACRES 'Zoned for Mobile Home. .

Ieose purchas. 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section. .

_ANXIOUS SELLER HAS REDUCED FOR QUICK SAUi Spacious brick 4/3. CH. .&A, or after hours call LAKE .
nrealacVan 10 ocve I" Stork. Under 95000. WE WANT AN OFFERI 1 I.FRAMi
LAKE LOTS 4 Crosby A: Sampson Owner Financing'
HOME on North Church Sf. Immaculate. Only 28600. REALTOR EVENINGS .
EVERYTHINGi 3/1 frame, nice' lot. 23500. ASSOCIATES, LARGE AREA OF',LAND Northeast section of City

INCOME PROPERTY 2 BR, 1 Ba. REDUCED. TO 23000. Irene L. Faulkner9645142 CQ HWY 301 SOUTH T Large Lot, Good Business Location. .

.11Ill e Lucille Spry---------964-8420 310 ft ON HWY: 3OJ.-.l Acre Near Earlton Beaclu"IIi '

We Invite I Inquiries On Our Other'Listings I _ e Bobby Biggs 964-7331 REALTOR ..... iZi1 4r

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Mmor"lnJurles' Overturned Car. L' I

A:31-jear-old Starke woman escaped serious injury when her 1985 Ford: according to the trooper) The vehicle began skidding sideways and overturned -
overturned Thursday evening on SH-16. In the ditch.Damage was listed as JJ.SOO. Crawford and Skippy T. OR I AN WELLS'CHEVROLETOJ.DS j
'Sandra King Crawford was eastbound on SR-18 when her vehicle left Crawford, 11, were taken by Rescue to Bradford Hospital where they '
the roadway on the west shoulder (one mile west of SR-230 according to were treated and released. i
Trooper J. II, Bedenbaugh.,(There was water standing on the roadway.. 3OI N. 964.7SOO "

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I Traffic, Court. Finals' STUMPS DEPT.- STORE y 'I,, ,,I II I I

.The'"following" defendants 'appeared William Willis pled guilty no tag, r'I I,
before Judge George H.' on mobile)'home;, presented tag,
Pierce'Bradford County Traffic dismissed.' '.: Siii ANNUAL
"Jun.. ,' the final I
Criminal',Court 5 Willis pled guilty no tag on mobile .
:dispositions were as follows.; .home; presented tag, dismissed. ,I
,Fons E Williams pled guilty; no
James. A. Drawdy pled no contest, tag, on mobile home; dismissed. Sale "
driving under the influence DUD( ); Williams pled guilty expired,tag ,
fined $623 license ''suspended 'six 'on mobile home; dismissed .. f Good'r : ,I
months, attend DUI school com Eugene:: ,Woods charged with no :
Through I
plete 50 hours community work.' tag on mobile home; presented valid '
supervision one tag.. dismissed. Jan 23 .
year* : within ten months. Tony Green charged with DWLS .
oo Drawdy pled no contest driving, presented valid,'IIcense", $50 court tI'
while license suspended' (OWLS):. costs.
,fined$101.25, Salvation; Army super Green charged with improper tag;, .
vision. 'dismissed. ,
.Drawdy pled no contest failed to Daniel T;, Roznowski pled guilty \ /
drive in single lane; fined$52 Salvation DUU< fined$1,1SO.license suspendedsix .... Serving Bradford'Counties "" '
Army supervision. months attend DUI school. "" .. jO J. I .. 1'
Ancil C Tetsori pled guilty Im- Salvation Army supervision one Needs 'for 77 Years "' w '"' : l
Clothing over
proper tag;fined $101.25. Salvation year violate no laws use no alcoholor ,: ;
Army ,supervision,'six months for drugs
paymenti. ,. '
"$101.25.'James fetstone. pled; guilty DWLS;,fined l .Misdemeanor Court 'Store W I D E..Savings; r

F-. Crews pled" gUilty' expired Rocky Thompson pled guilty petit ,
theft six.,months Salvation,Army
mobile presented
tag home;
valid tag, dismissed,, probation $40 restitution, fined '
$127.50 violate no laws, no alcohol or \ /I7
Ladies & ,Jr's
drugs SO hours community work ,' '
Anthony Dwhart pled guilty ex Kirby Lee Casselman pled no con- f
If i
pired tag mobile home;, presented test disorderly intoxication; six R, ,' '1 I
valid tag, dismissed. months Salvation Army probation,, :;
Anthony L.Dwhart pled guilty expired attend AA, pay $50 court costs. Sportswear ,Jackets :: ',' -
tag mobile home; presented Leonard Williams pled guilty wor- '
valid tag, dismissed. thless,check; restitution has been ,'
,David Gray pled gUilty'no tag on made. ordered to pay $50 court, Dresses Sweaters :
"'mobile home;. present,valid tag and ,costs., "
be dismissed or pay., -, Tony Lenard Green pled guilty '. Warm' Robes "
Ray Reddish pled guilty no tag'on resisting officer,without ,violence;, Shoes :
'mobile home;,presented valid tag, fined $101.25.George "
dismissed.. Randall Crews pled no Lingerie Great -Selection!!!. .J
Ray Reddish pled guilty expiredtag contest posession, of, cannabis;,'$50 ,
on mobile home; must present court costs. "
proof of tag Feb 2 and be dismissed. Sharandrea Allen pled guilty
1\ Daniel Rosier pled guilty expired, retail theft;seven days in Jail, fined ,.
tag on mobile-home;presented valid $127,50. treatment thru BUGC for, 25 % OFF
tag dismissed. drug abuse, Salvation Army supers
a, James Stephens pled guilty expired vision 60 days. .
Keith H. Redding;'pled guilty
tag on mobile home; presentedvalid <<:
tag dismissed. disorderly conduct (violation of probation -
Connne B. Tyson pled guilty no ); eleven days in jail (credit'
tag on mbile home;continued Feb, 2 ,for time served),, a n rw exnLgnmm,zrr, daaae1e" Zeaeaaaania n
for disposition..


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Bookkeeping, & Income'' Tax' Preparation. TENNIS 'SHOES

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Stork I 964-06981 Downtown 25QFFMENS' ,

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Johnson Completes' .

,I \ Rasic(:'Training '

I Arpiy National Guard Private
Union County ., James O. Johnson\ son of Chris J):"'
Seay and stepson of Bully VV,Seay of
SlarKe, has completed basic training 1
at Ft. Dix, N.J.;'
FVt.Johnson is a 198! ? graduate of
radford High School


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114.99 p.r month Call 964-69"6. party to assume small' ) monthly \ to the Union County Time office located ,In Union County Times Buildingat
NEWSPAPER PlATIJt> Aluminum.. payments on piano. See locally Call In 'writing ond paid in advance -, ISO West Main. Call ,4962261, for
Measures 24x36", 25 cents each. Great Manager at 618.234-1306 anytime, 1/7 unless 'credit Is already establishedwith more Information tin ,
for patching and r. alr...TELEclRAP: +, 3tpd l/2 this office. CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely fur.
133,W. Call 9646305.. LIQUIDATION SALE January' 15.16.l7. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD nlshed all- electric, central heat, and
ALICIA HAY n.w, hay. $2S. Delivery Keystone Motel Hwy 1\Q0) Keystone RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN air, private paved rood, laundry and
ovollabl.All hay In barn. 7 mules W..t Ht,. Furnishings. fixtures, pool equipment CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN. OVER park playground. Near schools, hasp. ', I .-'
of Stark. on Rd 16, Jimmy Gotklnt. everything go., 1/7 2tchg) 1/14 THE TELEPHONE '" state facilities PINES.SR.121, east Lake k
964.8356. 8/27 TFchg Classified deadline Is TUESDAY Butler, Call 4%.2366, Two childrenmax
IIMEROCK. FILL SAND hauled and NOON,. prior' to Thursday publication. "and ho pets'. chg/tfrv 9/21 PvL Jason E. Budny M
spread 782.3172. Allen Taylor: Minimum charge is.15 words for 53.5G/ BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on,
Lawtey. 9/24 TF Sugar I then 15 cent for, each,word thereafter' Main !Street in Lake Butler, next door to' Pvt. Budny Completes
ALICIA HAYt Fresh cut. $23 hay under barn. 7 miles from Starke on .8/i ; :
Private Jason E Budty,
Hwy 16 toward prison* 964-6167 or ,12' X 68' THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Army;
FOR SALE and William J. Bad-:
782-3727 6/4lli. ? Here some $175 son of Judith A
on sugar are Ideal for small family large yard.
DANISH TRUNDLE BED with bookcase toothsome tidbits of information per month. 496.2342. tfn/chg 10/8 ny of Keystone has completed a
extra storage the U S.
..headboard and mattress. Call 964-1564 from Food and Drug Ad STORAGE HOUSES* 1986 FLEETWOOO MOBILE HOME Very ;combat engineer course at
a ten-year Ft,
after 4 p.m. 1/7 2tPC1/1.! of role space? We have 5x10 and 10xQ, mini nice. furnished conveniently located. Army Training Center at
ministration sugar's
PIANO FOR SALE Assume small mon study wo .hou.... Hale and Associates Coll 496.3760, Hn/chg 12/31 Leonard Wood Mo
thly payment on modern style piano. in nutrition, 496.3939. tfnchrg Ml DOUBLEWIOC MOBILE HOME 24' x 60', Budny is a iflar graduate 'of
like n.w condition. Can be teen locally MYTH: Overweight people are FRUIT PLANTS AT MARTIN FRUIT FARM fenced )lord. (011..96.2842. Ifpd. 1/14 Keystone Hta Jr-Sr. High School,
Coll Manager, 1.800-367-31..0. I 1/7 likely to over-consume sugar Bare root apples, pears, peaches, Pvl.James JohnsonTo
2tpd 114SENCO FACT On overweight plumsj nectarines and figs $2.75. Container MOBILE HOMES
: ,
MODEL MW 7J3J. on. Inch wide average grown apples, pears, peaches, I '
crown, air,stapler with staples. Good people actually eat less sugar than and nectarines $5. Blueberries $2, FOR SALE Roger L. Jefferson '
for shooting on shingles and siding ,do thin people. Rather than having gropes $3 Japanese persimmons $12 At Fort Stewart keep the drain from clogging
$250 964.4380 days 964.6238 after 6 tooth With hair when bathing your dog\ .
or "sweet / many overweight Ft White 497 2621 Closed Sundays' 1984 FLEETWOOO MOBILE HOME 24' .x Army Pvt. 1st Class Roger L. Jefferson ,
1/14 Stuff it with a nylon scouring net
p.m. Itchg 1/7 1128 .
people have a "fat tooth choosing 4tchg. 44 double wide $1,000 down ,.son of Sylvia E. and William
) Berry PIANO' FOR ,SALE Wanted: 'responsible'party
plants, S2.50, Woodard at ,special' rich, creamy or buttery foods over to assume small! monthly l95Xmonlh, Call 496-2390. 1/7.3tchg S. Jelferson of,Star-fee, has arrived An oyster will produce a pearl whena
price, $1, Muscadine grape plants. foods considered sweet or sugary.Since payments. on piano. See locally Coll 1121. ,for duty with the 224th Support. Battalion foreign body such n a grain of
$1.50 & $2.50. LONGNECKERS FARM. fats have, twice as many ,Manager at 1(618)23.c-1306( ) anytime, / of Ft Stewart' Ga. sand irritates its soft body The oyster -
1.7 miles North of-5R 26 on CR 1469, calories as sugar, it'a easy to eee 12/31 3lchg: 1./14 Jefferson 'a food service secretes layers of pearl a Calcareous
.Earleton. West side of Lake Santa F. LAND FOR SALE is a 1984 graduate 'of
that sugar is not the heavy in weight 25' CONSOLE COLOR TV $120: tall specialist, limestone deposit
4682483. 475-US1, 4732702 Op.n, "* Brad lord School, or
> High
4963850 1'72tpd 1/14 ( ,
1.5 control. It's not what food is eaten, around, the ,sand to protect itself,
Mon-Frl or by appointment. + *
p.m. CLOTHING Man's sites sport ackfcu tl.
1/14 3tchg 128MOBILE but .the number 'of calories con- ; | -f 3-S ACRE PARCELS 160 ,ocr. :farm,
shirts 17.., \V2, womens ossolleal,
would make nice horse farm low
sumed and the number expended ,children ,elotnH oirls sizsReasonable. 5* T). AqpHjf payment owner financed Ap-
GOLf coupl..964.8392.CART good 1/14 condition 2tpd 1/21 SSOO or through exercise that 'influences Call 496Vn< ltpd, 1/14' y prot* ,1/2 ocr.. paved 'road. with 2 '0 SAWYER
trade for 6 cylinder Ford auto of equal weight lossMYTH ; f bedroom mobile home on SRI8. Hale
value In the '70s. 7823198 Itpd 1/14 : Eating sugar causes dia; "" and Associates s. 496-3939, tfn/chg

,KING SIZE WATERBED complete $150. betes.FACT: Sugar consumption does INSURANCE / 1.3 12/31-ACRES 150 tl'-..on paved road SRI 8, Wa; I Ti [ii
Also Double size standard bed complete MAINES INSURANCE AcENCYi: 25 E. Northwest of Worthington Springs. 1
$50. Call Cathy 964.791' Vl4 not cause diabetes. Diabetes is ai Main' Street Lake Butler) 4963978 nolle west of SRI21.'wUI'I' well, septic
2tchg 1/21. disorder of the body's metabolism'' Complete Insurance Service 4MO tfn.' Sign on: properly With, down payment
that prevents efficient use of carbohydrates "" owner will consider financing Carrie
HAY horse ,All
ALICIA In quality.
A of Dukes' Smith Licensed Real' Estate,
under born. Order hay for winter and family, history, HELP WANTED .
leave under my barn until you need It. diabetes is a major factor in \development j Broker, (0114.3087,12tc"g., 1/21
LOTS FOR SALE Mobile homes okoy,
7 miles North of Stark on. Hwy 16 of this disease; eating ,
OPPORTUNITY sewing Utility Pole and owner financing
'toward prison Barn on West side of ,sugar in no way influences its onset: 'machine operators.Offer 2 weeks paid available. Coll 7554162, )f4 ,4lchgMISCEILANEOUS .
rood by split level home under Arthur pecangrove. MYTH; Sugar is responsible for) vacation insurance plan ,4 paid 1.2/4
Delivery available
behavior such child holidays and profit shoring, Experience I' '" ,
f, Caskins, 782.3727. 10/22 TF, problems as, I "
PONY FOR SALE Pinto, young more, 1 hood hyperactivity: helpful but not n.cessory.'We will., ,
Call 9645116.12iOTF.c held belief train. Apply In person, Lake Butler Ap.par.
year old, $150. FACT: This commonly
.). ffn/chg. 1/1 ,
,is based on anecdotal reports 'andis ON's 3 la Up.m. and 11 p.rri. to 7 a.m.r/ DID YOU KNOW PECAN TREES BARE FAR
not supported by scientific evidence. Monday.Friday. Prefer' ICU experience, BEtTER WITHOUT MOSS Calf
good ,salary good benefits, contact 454.2870, 6 lo 9 p.m< High, :Springs.
Kay Dowling. -2S9-3151j ext 215: 1/7 12/3\'tpd.I/21\ "
2tc hg. 1/14 ,NEW CREDIT CARD No'one refused! Ma
r RN's.LPN's needed lot baylor' contact for Credit, cards and more, Get your
Marie Brook,'at 12593151 ext 223.' card today I ;Call 1(518)4593734.( ) Ext..
HERITAGE VILLAS 1/7 2tchg 1,1.LPN' '3448A,,24 firs, 1113tpd, 1/31 G.E.

s ,needed 3 to 11 I Marie '.. .
f 700 Bradford Starke Brook at 1-2593151, ext 223. 1/7
EASY WORK I Excellent Poyt Assemble ,
for Occupancy
,, products at horn., Call for Information -
1(50")64I.8003.'ExI.( ) A840V, Itpd:' 1/14 e Large Capacity
One 'and Two Bedroom Apartments' TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature AND WAREHOUSE SPACE t Multi CycleMatching '
person for short"' trips surrounding NLocatatrt: :In' Uni4, Counly Times
't, 'J I / NOW-REWTINC. Union County' C6ntacreustdmers.'W.: ,' "oilTa'mg', toll\ ,.;,. Information. : Drye/
l .. train. Write H.D, Dickerson. Pres, ,496-2261, tfn I Gas or Electric
I to ....tmf.Vrig. .OfltMl heat* Southwestern Petroleum. Box. 961005, I Available:>
.Iraludn.frastfrs rofrlgs*nt rCMWMtisntty
Ap l ras '
pra-Mlnd. for.-.TV end td.SpxMry Ft. Worth TV, 76161. Itchg 1/14 SALE PRICED AT ,
dwgntd units. f.____ ,GET PAID for reading books $100. per HOMES ;
i Cfci cpwatxl taurafy'Prhnrto...... ,title. Write: ACE.B710, 161 S. Lin. '. ..
.OutshM starx mniMliiXMiU II. 60542. 1/14,
N. Aurora
colnway. ,
..s-dss.b GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1. (Urepdir 1 *
4tchg '
) Ocllnguant' lax' properly. 397
FROM ONLY $220. Pl.WIITU1DRentallnrormatJon'lIvftilable Repossessions. 'Coll 1(803)6876000( ) ,
at Ext GH-II36. lor' current r.po.II.I.
12/17 8lpd 24GOVERNMENT
Rental Office: or call: ((904)) HOMES $1.00 (U Repak)

964-6216 Mon-Frl 95PMOPPORTUNITY BABYSIT IN MY HOME.After school BUY DIRECT! R pos.ond Tax. slezed e. .. .
EQUAL hours Home located across from Lake, properties, Get the, FACTS TODAY!
Butler Middle School Gym, Call Linda Call (refundable) 1(518)4393546( ) Ext
at 431-1652, 3 to 1 p.m.. Itchg. 1/14 .H3339, 24 Hrs,lIT 3lpd 1/21 G.E. GAS



An apartment complex designed for moderate ,.'30" Slide in or FreeStanding
taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all-
Income families. No rental assistance available RangeLNt

Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range., refrigerator ;;.,+f electric wall-to-wall units'carpeting are spacious, draperies with lots', and of closet kitchen space appliances and all ,have On- ,I ,I r t I", Compartment Separate Broiler ,

carpet, cent heat & air, patio and laundry. Free YNi i; r site laundry facilities. Rental. assls'ance'available for qualified .,\ "" ,ee'',," Eam.rr"J'h( '

water, sewer & garbage. Rent $185,,- $220 applicants.:, I. ,,, r

minimum. For application and Information
Fo| formation/application: '
Please tea uf ot L 1
Forest Park Apartments 775 NE 1st Street 1005 SW 6th Street @ SALE S278

(904)) 496-3439 E.H.O.
Lake Butler FL 32054, Rq--. PRICED AT..
Or Call 496.3141 o..aerw.n.FRED ,.'

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DAVISBUICK ms'i, ; 's,

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PONTIAC. GMCGREEN anal I ,I Built-in Refreshment" Center,
'J .
Automatic Icemaker

COVE SPRINGS-: e '."LITTLE, DETROIT" ,,.J,'. '. Electronic Monitor;

REALTOR Jane S.. UsherYour I ( Adjustable and Piagnostiq, glass:; System

Realtor WELCOMES; RANDYCHISM 1'' ,Shelves
Union County ., BULB 1

496-2126 or 496-2903 IR SALE PRICED ATtENIFI ...,

360 W. Main St., Lake Butler' "i' III '

"r 'to their sale staff. $150 Off

.';J-STOHV NEAR LAKI-.. Beautiful 3 txdrowv 2 both home just| I'S t blocks "Come for all
aV Imnmculal A real show place. see me
,from large lak.. Horn newly d corot
Must see Interior to appreciate owner'. personal touch In new decor. 2 your new orused car'' ,
,special features In home I* sun porch upstairs, and enclosed with old "',,
fashion type.wlndo_.. uMque.Also on ell oak bath upstairs to SEE Is to or truck'rieeds.' .

'BUVI,. Best buy In town. Some financing! available qualified, buyer c7 Ask about ourFREE: leaner

.1 ACRES WITH CUSTOM COUNTRY HOMI... Lovely' country setting surrounds cars PETERSON
this 3 bedroom 2 bath home with stone fireplace. Property has all I ,,,,, \ '
the essentials lor that perfect RANCHETTE or small-type farm operation 43O Orange Avenue Oxen Cove Spring 264-9535LaZBoy
Including. large barn, large shop building smokehouse ond best of all a GAS LOGS
fish pond. land Is partially wooded with room for pasture and/or cropland
TODAY FOR APPOINTMENT TO: SEE'11 Turn your unused drafty

HOME TWO ((3) MOBIL HOMES In town. fireplace Into a beautiful
THREE ((3)) MOBILE LOTS ,AND efficient source ol heat.
Owner says SELl RIGHT NOW. BEST offer get them Owner needs cash.
,One home Is 2 bedroom and other" 3 bedroom thai I I.partially furnished. From J

Buy now while owner I. motivated to SELL, ,

..,fORO... Hove old-fashioned' "hoes. on 1/4 ocre lot In town. Additional i $199DENMARK
'lot available odolnlng.| Need T-l-C.Would' also make great rental home S "
S minutes work for prison.mploy_.Owner motivated to sell now, so Saga EIq7O( C
don't pass this one up. '
HAVE MANY SMALL ACRE1 TRACTS available In Union.County with/owner AW YE R =

financing. La-Z-Boy .'
woo r .
Also have homes Ideal to purchase for rental property. Lake Butler a .

has many rentals but needs many"more .*. GOOD INVESTMENTI! 434 W. Call Strttt 411 W. Matin* StrtctSI4SI2I .t
S84H27MF 332 MADISON ST. e PH. 9647701It

For these properties and many. more; call: lOI-f:3l: : Sal. 1:001OIit : ; .,._, a ns ss.ns.mws 5we "
Jane S. Usher A F.nt You Can 0 lttt r At Denmark Furniture" ,


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SAMPSON LAKI ESTATES Lake front HIRING! Government lob. In your area LOSE UP TO 3S US/MONTH: W.lght loss RENT White Sands lake 2 BR Fur BRASS BED queen size, complete, ore 74' JIEP 'CIS. 1/14god. $1.750.; ;
and lake access, loll available. (from $15.000.$68,000, Call 602.838.8885. program needs. ', p opl.. nlshed. A/C Deck $295 month till June, thopedle mattes set and from (new, 4732000. 2tpd iii! .
$90OO. Zoned. Ret/mobile. horn. 3 Ext. 3493. 12/24 6lpd 1/28 Medical, breakthrough. FDA approved. $200 deposit, 249-7884., 4tpd never used), still In plastic. Cost I.CHIVY CELEBRITY mile west of Stark on, beautiful< SINGLE WOMAN OVER 60 for mold In Personal support. Rc..iv. 10O'/4 nutrition. 12/30-1/21. $t.000. Sell for $350 cash. Stored. In. Beautiful perfect,fuel Injected| All option
Sampson lake ((2000 -f)- ocresEx. ) motel Must live, In. 964.7184. 12/,30TF ( Call ((303)) 494-8711 or 1BR COTTAGE with lake privileges Jacksonville/ 1-624-2639, 4tcho *. Coat new 13000. Selling below
cellent fishing, skiing, and booting. EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAY I Assenvble '(3034941103.) Icon 88-13 H&AC, screened porch furnished or un 1/14.2/4 $' 000 book volu*. Offer trade.
904.964.7755 product at home. Call for Informa SERVICE STATION MANAGE! Applied furnished $240/rru, One block from. SEARS UTiUTY TRAILER 4X5 metal box, 03.0526.7898 S. Lawrence Blvd., I KH,
flu.' .$33-2038 Own.r/brok.r, 8/13 tfnchg. lion.\ 504.641.8003, Ext. A-9579." 12/31 lions or. now being token. For more library. 473-4961. tfnchg huge metal tap S32S., Call .73.0218.. Anytime. 473.0526. 21chg 1/7,1/14:
4tpd 1/21 Information call 9648820. Itchg 1/14 pOUSf FOR RENT' Beautiful' Bradford Itpd 114VICTORIAN 77' PINTO STATION WAGON standard
LAND FOR SALE ,GET PAID FOR READING BOOKS) $100 GOVERNMENT"' JOBSi. $I5,40O-$72.5OO< County, 3BR, 2BA, home near IRASS T WHITI DAY BED transmission. $300. 473.2210 of
p.r title Writ.: ACE.Bill I, 161 S. Lin.colnwoy. Now hiring. Excellent B.n.fll>. Call Keystone. Really big bedrooms. CHA makes two! twin beds. Complete with 473-2675 '
North ''Aurora, III. 60342. 504.649-7923 .x,. J-9J79. 1/14 4tchg fireplace kitchen equipped. Lease metts, never, used, still In boxes. Will CHIVIIU V8 big block clean. tar .
LOT IN CITY, S6.000:Call 964.5764; after 12/314tpd 1/21 2/4 term neg... $450/mo. ,Owner/Broker.. ,sacrifice$330 Cash. Stored. In Jacksonville 71 4732018. Coll oft.r 6 pm
5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tin SHIFT INTO HIGH GEAR Th. need i I. MOTHEI'S J' HELPfRt Monday 6-11 p.m 473.1671.1/l4tfnchg 1-624-2639. 1500. !
44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide growing for owner/operator gearedto Child core and housekeeping duties. 'TREE SALE Crepe myrtle?, holly cherry, Itchg 1/14,
Into 10 acre or more tract.964.m..''or moving' hou..hold good. Gel Into a Salary negotiable. Call 9644228. Itpd ACREAGE pine, dogwood live oak. Nothing over
964.4537. VI4 TFchg 'high 'demand career today. Join the 1/14 $2. Keystone State Bank parking lot. SERVICES
Relocation. Services Division of North
MOBILE HOME LOTS one ocr.. and up, NEW PRESCHOOL In Storke need eer. BEAUTIFUL 'WOODED LOT Sat. Jan. 16. 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. To I ': '
American Van Lines, You will ON EMERV
Several 'location, Sam with hook. operate tided, teaches benefit .
Apply 412 Bridges 5.. Keystone United Methodist
ups qll with EZ t.rm. Ralph Bryan your ,own tractor If you don't have No phone calls please, Itpd 1/14 LANE 473 9236., 1/1.4 tfnchg. Youth. Itchg 114HOMES PRESSURE WASHING Houses,,, mobile
Realty. 964.8878. 9/24 TF one, "'. offer' an attractive purchase home" pool, deck, sidewalks;, Free
..46 ACRES:. S.t op for mobil ham.. program, We provide, training (no experience HELP WANTED estimates. Call Rob' 473-3590.> .3/5'
'$15.000 cosh 964-8659. "llpd VI* necessary) and clothing FOR SALE tfnchg
allowance Single 'operator or Seams COMMERCIAL PROPERTY CHRISTIAN LADY will babysW-ln my ) 'lAWN MOWING Trimming .edging
PERSONAL SERVICES including husband andwife are I home Mont Frl. Three blocks from imters.ction ,GOVERNMENT"' HOMES $i (U Repair] Call The lawn Barber 4733590. Free
welcome, life, medical and dental Insurance RENTLEASESALEFOR In Orange Heights, Fenced BUY DIRECT) Repo ft Tax sleied,. pro Estimate 3/5 tfnchg '
WANT TO DRINK programs available. If you or. yard. 4682916. C.rtillcollor"umber perties. G.t the FACTS TODAY) Call ELDERLY PERSON CAR In your ho.....
21 of or today far a (refundable. ). 1-518-459-3546 Ext
year age
lEASEi 545.
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 1,000 sq. H? 301 South next Stchg 1/7-1/21 Hour negotiable. Overnight care
WANT TO STOP complete Information package. lo United Realty 964-8848 964.8447, ASSISTANT 143339 24 hrs. 3tpd 1/7-1/21 available.' Have reference. Phone
1-800-348-2191 ask for Dept, 97. Icon MANAGER for lumber compony -
THAT'S OURS or son 473.3627.16 tfnchg lake 473-0726. Itchg T/14
88.18 In ,, area. Must hove ,
'Alcoholic' Anonymous, GENERAL: FREIGHT HAULING Commer 3500 SQ FT. ON 2 FLOORS 137& 139 E; from building trade, and/or experience MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE STOP I DON'T THROW USED APPLIANCES
964-41SO-944-2000 Call SI,Available Dec l 13 for lease.with retail' sale AWAY Call Chapman and Son, Small
ciaTr.n.por'/ needs owner/operators I background Will consider
thru option. Call 1-356-6849 write ASSUME 3/2 lot Appllonc. Repair Serving Bradford,
pd 3/11 If n..d training we will train or Clyde partially qualified person a* trainee on your $159/ 0.,
CHAIN LINK fENCE. Installed. Free you,will, oprat your own tractor you.You If W. Simpson 1419 Barnett Bank Bldg.. Reply to: P.O. Box :364, lok.. Geneva dealer, 13518514.) Stchg 1/7-2/4 Clay.and Union. 4733029. 1 Itpd 1/14
...''mo..... Hondy.Mon'* 'Co. you don hove one. Commercial 'Jox, Flo 32202. 17/3 TF Fl.) 32660. Itch's 1/14 HUGI FAMILY SPECIAL 28X68, 4/3 ,HOMI IMPROVEMENT repairs addition
Own. Tommy Reddish 964-8559 tfn,, Transport offers o purchase program'' \ n Home of Merit ,,,5279/mo.. free or complete/ building. ,30'years
HANDVMANi carpentry; painting, electrical that w. think I I. on. of the best 'In the YARD SALES delivery. Uncle Roy', -35 1-85 14.Stchg xprienc serving Bradford and Cloy
com 1'1..*.. home repair Industry; 'If you are 21\ or over, and think 1/1-2/4 Countle 473.4018.5128 tfn
Reasonable ro.... Licensed contractor' you may qualify, call for a complete' MISCELLANEOUSPACK ,jr WIDE shine, mosonite. fireplace.and FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging' ?
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 473-3940, 1 1/ rln formotlont package. Call weekdays: .FOUR FAMILIES/ 'Saturday, 9 til. TWO /mo. Uncle Roy'. House out of ,level?? oR.. Leveling' .
LAWN'" SERVICE: Residential. ft comment Toll Free, 1800-3482147, ask, for blocks North of Bakery on 13518514. Stchg 1/7-2/4 service for all foundation repair,
,clal, 'landscaping, tree removal, lawns, ;Operator 97. (Commercial Transport ,Westmoreland. 10/29 TF RAT Buy, sell and ,trade collectible l It" MOBILE HOME FOR SAlt 12X52, 473.1721.7/9 tfnchg your
vacuumed. No lob too big or' small 4 a division of northAmerican Van Lln... BIG YARD SAtEt Frl.| Sot., 1 Sun. item and antiques. Used furniture, 2BR, IRA. 1800. 473-4512. Stchg COMPUTE HOMI REPAIRt'carpentry,
Free estimates. 9644238. 11/5 TF a Norfolk' 'Southern Corporation sub Weather Permitting. Eunice Rd. In glasswor, jewelry and much more, ,,1/1"-/21 pointing; electrical' plumbing
SEWING MACHINES soles and service, sidiary), Icon 88.19 law I...", NW 105lh Ave. 9 a.m. til* Com see for yourself. One mile. east Reasonable rates Licensed contractor,
all makes cleaned oiled adjusted| LOSE UP TO 35. IBS. Per Month. Household, Items and little bit of of Keystone Height on Highway 100. PETS R80049306. Coll Mitch 473-3940 8/20
$15. All work guaranteed Corner Is your problem? Safe everything Itpd 1/14 413.2183.3/5 tfnchg
Morgan Rd B CR 16. 964-8733. 12/3TF: 'rapid loss Is our answer), Need MOVING-ALL MUST GOl 'living room BINGO I Starting a new Bingo. Jan.7. at Half Australian TFchg
FIREWOOD $55 for ,long wheelbase" overweight p.apl..rlous. about losing suite, dining room suite, queen size 7,00: p.m. open. at 5:00 p.m. Thursday Blue Heeler very
truck load ,with free fat ,lighter medical breakthrough doctor, bedroom suite, bunk bed, etc. Wall night.All Paper American Legion Hall reasonable, $2S each. 473-3747.' 4tchg YARD SALES .L_
964 4238 10/29 TF, 'recommended. FDA accepted. Per.. decor spreads, curtain, .everything. t N. Hwy 21, Keystone Hgt We still have 1/14-2/4
,CHILD CARE In''my home for working I serial support Rec.'v.00.' Nutrition. 30} North to Morgan Rd., C-233;' 5th Bingo Saturday night and Sunday afternoon 'LIQUIDATION, SALI Jan. 15, 16 17.
moth...... 964-6499 J/7 Jtchg 1/14 ((216)) 8921121. Icon 88-17 house post 2nd rldg..964.8239. Saturday ployed ,on, hard |cards 4tchg FOUND Keystone Motet, Highway ,'00.
SISTER SOPHIEt Palm Reader, advice on;, SMOTHER KNITTING MACHINES only 9.1 p.m. Itpd 1/14 ,12/30.1/21 Keystone Height Furnishings, fixtures ,x
business* 'love, and ,other' '' problems. Distributor;' Heads new ,dealer .Irv THURSDAY-SUNDAY 930.: Hwy 100 ,FOUND black,key case with seven keys 'pool equipment, everythinggoes. .. '
Special readings this week with ,-1his Florida. ''Small investments, good East., 4 mile*. 77 Ford pickup plush/ on CR 352. 473.7720, Itpd 1/14 2tpd "'.1/14
ad. 7829802. Itpd 1/14 returns, be your own bass Knit your solo. loveseat 2 rattan chairs World eTVr TT T FOUND port doberman. puppy Area of
,. own wardrobe, will train ,Call Books, dictionary. and year. books new t First Baptist Church couple day after NOTICE
1.800.346.231t. ken 88.12 gas hot water heater good l used tin. t NGoH'! Christmas. Call 473-4315.) Itpd 1/14' i \
.CommercialBuilding' LOSE UP 35 IBS./MOt Exp. weight loss windows clothes, sheets, , .etc. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should" be submitted ;
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the Whispering Pines Care Center in May, '1997"'from Jacksonville. She
Mrs, Myrtle AndersonMrs. Crosby Late Cemetery under, the Starke following an extended illness. was a member of First Baptist of Wednesday in the Chapel of Archer A lifelong resident oi Bradford
direction of Funeral Home of Lake Butler with County, he was employed by NAPA
Funeral. Home of Born in Auburn, Ga, Mr. Griffith .Keystone former 40-year memberof
Myrtle Ruth Anderson/88, of has lived in Starke since 1923. He, Central Baptist Church of Rev Art Peterson officiating.Burial Parts In Lake Butler. He attended
Starke, died Monday?,:Jan. 11 in Starke.Mrs. 'was a retired baker and / r Jacksonville: and a homemaker. followed in Mt. Zion Cemetery.under First Baptist Church of Starke.
Alacbua General following a brief Il Alice Barron'Mrs. of Hope Baptist Church of There. **uf Survivors Include five daughters. the direction of Archer Funeral A graduate of Bradford High
Home of Lake Butler. 'School in June of 1937, he attended
Survivors include
his wife Mrs. Marguerite C. Childress and G.
Alice Burton Anderson Bar Olga .
Born April 4, 1899 in Swarthmore, Hilda Sullivan Griffith'; daughter, Westmoreland both of Melrose classes at Santa Fe Community Col-
ron, 77 of ,
Starke, died Tuesday, Mr. Ira D. Wells
lege. He member of
Pa. Mrs. Kansas was a the
Anderson moved to Starke Jan. 12 in the Geriatrics Center of Ellenor Ann Griffith of City, Patricia G. Lynn of Gainesville
72 years ago. She was a member of Green Cove Springs Mo.; three sons, Donald 1.. Griffith Yvonne G Jones of Deltona and Col- Mr Ira D. Wells, 87, of Gulf Future Famers of America and the
First United Methodist Church, a illness. following an extended of Starke, John L. Griffith of leen ,M. Ball of Pensacola; two Breeze (Holley)? died Monday even- 4-H Club. While In High School, he

former member of Starke Woman's Born Mar. 13, 1910 in Floyd Margate, and David P. Griffith of ,sisters, Eunice Stanley of Jackson- Ing in a local hospital. played on the Jr. Varsity Football
Club and a retired nursing aide from ings, Ga., Mrs. Barron moved to Gainesville; two sisters,Ora West of ville and Bonza Voyles of Jacksonville A native of .Santa Rosa County Team and on the Varsity Baseball
Team. He also played for the Starke
Bradford Hospital. Starke from Archer in 1930. She wasa Buford, Ga. and Hattie Wilson of Beach; ten grandchildren and Mr. Wells was a retired employee 01the
Survivors include two John Stapleton, Ga. 8 and ten U.S. Stars and the Senior Boys Softball
sons retired mail clerk with the Depart ; grandchildren great-grandchildren. Forestry Service and a
,D, Anderson 'of Starke and A.W. ment of Corrections,. a former 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were' held Friday charter member of Navarre Board Team.
Anderson, Jr., of Ventura,. Calif.; hostess of The Garden Restaurant, Graveside funeral services were! Jan 8 in'DeWitt C. Jones cf Realtors. He was also a member Survivors include his parents
daughter, Virginia L. Schwab, Mer- and the first woman candidate for held Saturday In Hope Cemetery of Chapel with Dr. E. Winson Butler 01.flciaUnl of Santa Rosa Masonic Lodge, a Robert and Brenda Whitehead;
ritt Island; five grandchildren and political office in Bradford County.She Theressa with* Rev. David Weyand !. Interment was in charter member of the Had jl Shrine brothers. James "Jamie"Whitehead
six great-grandchildren. was a member of: the First officiating Arrangements ,were Evergreen Cemetery of Jackson' Temple! and a member of the Billory ; paternal grandparents,
Funeral services were held United Methodist Church in Starke.: handled by Archer Funeral" Home of ville under the direction of Jones Baptist Church of Holley. James and B and Geneva Whitehead;
Wednesday, in First United Survivors Include Lake Butler. Funeral Home of Keystone. Survivors include his wife, Betty paternal great-grandmother,
a daughter
Frances Gnffis
all of Lake Butler.
Methodist Church McRae Wells
with Rev. Ballard of
Holley daughter
Wilson officiating. Interment was in. Janet son,. J,Anderson Lyle Anderson Turner; of a brother Starke;, Mrs.Mabel Horseman Mr. Abril Z. Padgett Ira Mae Hewatt Gus of Nararre; thre day Funeral, Jan. services 11 at the were First held Baptist Mon-

John Burton of Knoxville, Term.;' Mr, 'Abril 'Z. Padgett, 75, of step-sons, Brown of Navarre'Mark andSteve Church' of Starke with Rev, Ben
Mrs. Mabel E. Horseman Crawford of Dothan,Ala.,
two sisters, Betty B. Anzaldo of ,' of Brooker, died'Wednesday Bryant 'officiating. Burial followed,
Philadelphia, Pa., and Martha B. Kingsley Lake, died Jan.,9 at her No. Fla. Regional Medical Center Crawford Pensacola. ; two in Conner Cemetery with Archie

.. ,:. Art Fest Johnston of Tampa; eight grand residence following'an extended illness after a brief illness.A step-daughters Crawford of Lake,Butler Merry and Beth Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in
Beverly .
children and six 'great. resident
lifelong of Bradford charge of arrangements
grandchildren. A native of Maryland, Mrs. County Mr. Lewis of Winter Park; four
Padgett was a retired
Graveside funeral services will be /Horseman was a homemaker and custodian from the University of .sisters, Mary Broxson and Iris Card of Thanks,
Accepts.Entries held Friday, Jan. 15 at 11 a.m. in lived at Kingsley Lake ,with /her Florida. He was a member of Dedan Beyer both of Holley, Jewel Goldenof
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. daughter. Baptist Church at Brooker. Milton and Agnes' Hansford of The Family oi Seth Ward Griffith
Ballard Wilson conducting. Funeral Survivors include two daughters, Survivors include his wife ,Navarre; four brothers, W.J Rev. wish to express our sincere thanks to '
Mrs Aaron, Martin and Wells all each and for their
arrangements were handled by Pauline' M. Norman of Kingsley Wilma Stokes' Leroy everyone concern
,Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Lake and Anita Sears of. Taylor daughters, Marsha Padgett Fletcher; five of of Holley; two grandchildren, one during the loss of our loved one.
(Island,'Md.Funeral Alachua Norma great-grandson, eight step' We wish to especially thank Doyle >
Mr. Zannie W. BrantleyMr. services were held Jan. 13 Lee Brooks both of Padgett Brooker, Miriam: grandchildren and'tw -step great- Archer, Steve Futch, Dr. Her
Attention, all artists and craftspeople at Thomas FuneralHome in Cam of grandchildren. nandez Whispering Pines Care
The 19th Annual Spring Zannie Warren Brantley, 80, bridge, Md. Archie Tanner Funeral Lloyd West of Bologna Middleburg, Fla., and Linda Funeral services were held Thurs- Center, Rev. David Weyand, Cheryl-
Arts Festival ,n Gainesville is still of Grandin, died Saturday, Jan. 9, Home of Starke was in. charge of ; two step- day at the Billory Baptist Church In Douglas; the ladies of Hope Baptist
accepting applications for off State Road 315 in Grandin of a local arrangements. daughters,!Maxine Musgrove of Fer- Holley 'with Rev John Stacey officiating and all who donated food and
,entrance nandma Beach and
Donna Harris of
heart attack while .
in the 1988 exhibit. hunting. BuriaL followed at Harper flowers. .
Born Oct. 4 Mr. ..Mr'iThurn P.Jones Jacksonville; three sons, Edward under The Griffith
Deadline for 1907 Brantleywas : Cemetery, ; the direction of Family
competitive is Padgett of Nahunta Ga. Gerald
a lifetime resident of Grandin. Lewis Funeral Home of Milton. Hilda,Ann,Donald.
January 19 1988. The deadline for Mr: Thurman Paul Jones of
67 of
? He member Padgett Bologne, Fla and Larry' UavidCard
was a ,deacon and Sun- ? Thefamily that John and
community area entries, which are School Lady Lake, died Dec. 22 In We Care Padgett of Milliard; two stepsons requests ;
day teacher of First memorials made
Baptist be to the
restricted to Alachua and Bradford /Nursing Home in Wildwood follow Harvey Fipps of Jacksonville andHenry Thanks
Church of His. He
Keystone Church
was a Fla.
.. Baptist cf Holley,
County residents, is 8. critical illness
February Ap veteran of World War I( in the Navy ing a Fipps of Gainesville; three
plications can be obtained ,at the Seabees as a Lieutenant and a Born Apr. 3Q( 1920 in Halman,Ala., brothers,. Coleman of Fairbanks, Mr. Brian A. Whitehead The family of TOni Stone Fuqua
Festival office located at the retired resident with the Mr. Jones retired from Coca Cola Everett! of Starke and Buddy of Vero would like to thank you for showing
Gainesville Chamber of Commerce State of Fla. engineer of Bottling Co., after serving 32 yearsin Beach; two sisters, Cora Hillard of Mr. Brian Adrian Whitehead, 18, your kindness and thoughtfulness by
of by calling 372-1976. Dept. Transporta Starke and Leesburg. Gainesville and Vergie Bleasdale of of Lake Butler, died Jan. 9 from In providing us with food and flowers

The Festival will be held on Nor- tion.Survivors include his wife; EdithB. Survivors include his wife, Green Cove Spnngs; 46 grandchildren juries sustained in an automobile. accident along with your prayers and kind
"' "' theast First Street. in Gainesville on Margaret Jeanette Jones, two sons, and 28 greatgrandchildren.Funeral on State Road 229. words. .
April 910.TV4 Brantley; one step-daughter, Eugene Jones of Lady Lake and
Bessie McCall of Tallahassee tw6 services will be held Fri
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step-sons, Robert F, Ridenour and 'Julius Jones of Oklawaha; four day at 3 p.m. in the Dedan Baptist
Charles E.Brown,Jr., both of Gran- grandchildren Timothy of Silver Church with Rev. Clyde Anderson
To AirProgram _' Springs. Allen', ,(of vAdamville, ' Burial followed in Dedan
din and six '
If} LotteryWJXTTV4 .. Funeral; services grandchildren.were held Mon- Tracey of Lady Lake,and Gary of Cemetery ,with Archer Funeral TO OUR FRIENDS
on Jan. Oklawaha; seventeen brothers and Home of Lake. Butler in charge of arrangements ,
day, 11 in First Baptist Churchof
will air a 30'minute sisters: Ethel Russ of Brooker, Vic .
with Rev.
special edution of "Open 4 Discus,: Scruggs Keystone and Dr. E. Winson Raymond Butler tor of Brooker .Gordon of ,Starke; Mrs. Marion AND LOVED 'ONES:
sionr The Florida Lottery" this' officiating.' Interment was in Phillip B. of Brooker,. Ruth Normanof Sutton
Saturday,Jan. 16 from 7:30-8 jrn. It 'Slarke, Enoch of Brooker, An' '
p Melrose Cemetery under the direction Mrs. Marion Jordan Sutton, 85, of
drew' of Donaldsonville Ga.
will be hosted. by WJXT's Editorial 'of'' Jones Funeral Home'' .of, Malcolm,, Leona Thigpen and" Viola; Keystone ,.Hts, died Wednesday
,Director, Harry Reagan: Keystone. Jan. 6, in Bradford Hospital after a
Wmdham,all of Apopka Harold L.
Florida ,
"Open 4 Discussion: The sudden illness. ,
of William Bryan of ,
Lottery" will feature Senator Ander Mrs.ToniFuqua Forest Lemuel City,Thomas and Gerald( '. Born Sept, 4, 1902 in Vienna,'Ga.;
Crenshaw (R) who played a key role Mrs. Sutton moved to Keystone in ,
Mrs: Toni Stone Fuqua, 32, of both Gainesville, ,Mary Smith of '
in passing the legislation to imple-- We all had
ment the lottery in the state and Lot- Hampton, died Jan. 8 from injuries Tampa, Sandra Tarres of homemaker 1986 from Hollywood and attended, Fla. She was 6 hope you. a'very ,
sustained in an automobile accident. Casselberry and Hazel Shivers of
tery Commissioner Nancy Rhodes Born in the Phillipines Mrs. Fu Lakeland. '. Episcopal Church in Melrose. .Merry Christmas and we wish ,
one of 5 commissioners appointed by Survivors/ include Joan

GOvernor'in-studio Bob Martinez.will be Also appearing qua was moved employed to Hampton with the in 1965.State She of 'Mr. ,Walter Klip. Sutton and son Jerry daughter N.Sutton;, both you'much happiness,love and. :
; Universityof -
of Keystone Hts two sisters, Mar-
North Flonda professors,, Dr.. Florida as secretary at the Florida Mr. Walter 'Mike klip, 55, of tha Jordan and Ruth McCann, both peace inTiie new .year. '
Mary Borg and Dr Paul Mason,who State Prison. She attended Bradford Starke;died Monday Jan 4 from injuries of Warner Robbins, Ga,; four grand-.
.have done extensive study of other High School. Mrs..Fuqua was a sustained in an automobileac- children and three great..
state lottenes. The Flonda voters of Madison. St. BaptistChin cident on Hwy 229 West. grandchildren.
""" PtO"Ved''a'' referenduqv; A. native of Lincoln, ParK,.Mich,?. Funeral services were held Satur- To the,families that we:have
;;; overni 'Jg86aUawyng totter_ Survivors include her husband, Mr: Kltp moved to Starke-in 1979 lie ( ,; C., Jones '
d J The 30 minute special will also'InI Kwmeth: lKeni Foawoson' C? N';;". was a Disabled Veteran of the'l7.>. '' Nape l'VitirfleVr&er i : Ykes'of- Jla ..the privilege to.serve.we.vr. ?
and alf of
'datighter.'Krista, Hampton -
elude informative pre-recorded Army and a Protestant. He was : Interment was in Bellevue
ficiating. wish' "Thank You" the
to for
segments including an interview ; her parents D B. and Betty formerly employed by Mark Olin Memorial Park of Daytona Beach say

with Lottery Commissioner Rebecca Stone of Hampton; two sisters, Linda Mobile Homes as, a maintenance. under the direction of Jones Funeral confidence had in to call .
Matthews of DeLand and Lori us
well reactions to man. you ,
Paul, as as public Home: of Keystone Hts.
Stone of Hampton; three brothers Survivors ,include two sisters',,
the. lottery and betting expenences. Lary and David Stone of Hamptonand Julia Thornton of Starke and Joyce Mr. Wilbur K. Thomas, on us in your time of need! We

Billy Stone of Starke; and paternal Pope of Carthage,Miss.. '
f Judges GetAssignments grandmother, Thelma Black Funeral services were held Thurs Mr. Wilbur Kenyard Thomas,'67; sincerely' hope, that we made. the

Stone of North Carolina. day,.Jan 7 in the Chapel of Archie of Jacksonville, died Monday in the burden
Funeral services were held Sun- Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. Baptist Medical Center following along ,or' losing loved one a ,
,: A new administrative plan has day, Jan. 10 at Madison St. Baptist Gene Bass officiating. Archie Tan illness. '
been initiated for 1988 to factor in the Church with Rev. Henry McKinneyand ner Funeral Home of Starke waj: In Living most of his l life in Jacksoll- little lighter to bear.May'God's .
I, newly appointed fifth Alachua Coun- Rev. Ron Walker officiating. charge of,arrangements. vi lie, Mr. Thomas was a V.R.
ty Judgeship. Burial was in Conner Cemetery with Teacher until his retirement. He wasa ,i,
The plan which allows for two Archie Tanner Funeral Home' in Mrs. Hazel Murphy veteran of World War, If and a
trial richest blessings be.
to handle cases
judges county
charge of arrangements.Mr. member of the First Christian
and the others pretrial matters, is Mrs. Hazel Estelle Crow Murphy,. Church of Lake Butler.
designed to allow the judges to better 86,of Park of the Palms, died Tuesday Survivors Include his wife, Harriet bestowed upon us all, and may
share the county's growing Jan. 5 in Bradford Hospital of 'Shore Thomas of Jacksonville
caseload, according to Chief Circuit Seth W..GriffithMr Starke following a lingering illness. daughter Shelby Ann Thomas and; 1988 be the year that peace will

Judge Chester B. Chance. Seth Ward ,Griffith, 80, of Born Mar. 19, 1901 in Hahira, Ga., .son,, Daniel Ira Thomas, both of the world.' ,
Before, judges were assigned to 'Starke, died'Thursday:morning in Mrs. Murphy moved, to Keystone in, Jacksonville{ four brothers, Jacob' '.prevail
individual trial divisions such as of Citra,, Earl of Lake Butler
traffic misdemeanor and civil, said Sheldon of Pompano Beach 'and!

Ben North, court administrator David of Vmmont,Ala ; two sisters* -
Under the new plan, County Judge k\i\\ WAREHOUSE Myrtice Raulerson of Middleburgand "Our Love .to You All"
Frederick D. Smith is appointed the, Myrtle Trowell of Ft., White '
administrative judge, taking over OPEN 'and granddaughter. Cynthia Ann The Archers
duties from
the administrative ,
i Bissette of Jacksonville.
James L. Tomlmson. TO PUBLIC "
Judge Funeral. services were, held .; .
Newly appointed Judge ThomasElwell .
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will serve on pretrial matters Family Designer Shoes "

along with Smith and Judge Maurice: .
Giunta. 100 of Pairs '
Tomlinson and Judge' Jeanne
Crenshaw will share presiding over PRO-KEDS CANDIES Any Pair

all trial cases including civil, misde-. JORDACHE PONY
meanor and traffic.North said.Correction. $ 99V
slue r toKING
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the picture correct, when time of period.course .Relocation otter, correcting,: ; !k) :birthdayr.:

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