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 21, 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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Wortli Sting Hearing Set Tuesday in ,NE Starke. Mil1 S. S 2'L--J< v Zoning Cast, I

The Starke Zoning Board will heara be heard at the Zoning Board's before the zoning board at its lap' I' .:d, the requestn. per acre or lest! Higher density
request to rezone 4.58 acres at the regular meeting Thursday, Jan.; 28, regular meeting, Dec. 17, but would require a change in the Land
Report Cards..., corner of)Wilson Road and ParkerSt. at 7 p.m., in City Hall. withdrawn by the owner befo" .equest is the Only Use Plan which can only be> made,
in SE Starke for apartments not The owner Earl C.Findley,> who meeting started. .ty zoning board's Jan.. twice per vear
,Most schools will send third six. to exceed five units per acre in den lives In Gainesville\ bought the land ;ut this time. ,
weeks report cards to student's sity. several years ago, and plans to build ur O'Neal said Jan. 20 they The county zoning board Is'
homes Tuesday, Jan.. 26.Bradford condominiums or a townhouse com A large' group of residents request requires a change inComprehensive scheduled to meet Tuesday Jan,'26,
High report cards will The request from R1A, single plex on the property, according to, Jive tn' the area, attended Lane Use Plan but the zoning office, does not have'
be delayed until Friday, Jan. 29,: family ,residential to R2A; multi- the Zoning Office December meeting but left the C.. .<1t comes under the local option ex any requests to present to the board,
because it will take longer for com family, low density is scheduled to The request was scheduled to go Hall whei\City Zoning. Director Dar. 'emption for density of five units Unless sonething comes in.
puter data entry personnel to put
on two additional grades. In addition

( to the six-weeks grades the New Era- it.--- -Trk -
!semester exam and semester' ,
grades must be entered

','Must Say No'... u For BHS

The".lust' Say No" Committeehas

set a workshop for Tuesday Auditorium ,
,evening, Jan. 26, at 7US: p.m. the

Starke Elementary cafeteria No'IWeek to For first time in 34 years thereis
for 'Just Say
plan activities enough light to see in the Bradford
which is May 9-14., High auditorium, '

School board members and staff
'got a gwded tour of the i renovated S f '
A choral concert Is set at ap.m.: auditorium during a substantial '

Thursday Jan. 28, jn the Bradford' completion'' inspection Tuesday oi '.
High auditoriurri.Khe afternoon, Jan. 19. Highlight was a
; Bradford High chorus and demonstration of the new computerized -
,' vocal ensemble will perform, under lighting system which 1 is r; ';1 C .".' ",t t
the direction of Choral Director controlled either from stage wings .. ,',,,, ,.. ,.. :,'
Don Hardy. It will be the inaugural or from the balcony: .
event in the newly renovated BHS First event m the newly,nenovated "
audItorIum. It is the fall concert, auditorium will be an a p.m. Jan. 28 .f:" : : ". d'
delayed by the auditorium .renova-, choral concert under Director Don .. .. "
lion. Hardy. It ,will be the fall concert ,
,Admission: $2:'} delayed by the construction
A dedication ceremony! is set for

SWIM Meetings.: .. Sunday, Feb.' 7, from 2:30-3: p.m0,
with the BHS band and chorus per.
The Suwannee Rivet Manage- forming. The public is invited..
ment District announces two ,The auditorium has been
meetings are scheduled to discussthe renovated in a $458,400 project.

Surface Water Improvement", $400,000 of the project was from a .{ 'r' M lerf
and Management program ,
special state appropriation. The ex-
(SWIM). The public is invited to aj-= tra $58,400 came from local school

tend the meetings and offer com- building funds. There, is ,some
ments and suggestions related to '
in in
,$200,000 new equipment
the SWIM program. auditorium,: including the new
The first meeting will be held in
lighting system,
the county commissioners room of and Sound system NeW in-
the courthouse in Lake City Thursday -
stallations also include a rollaway +
Jan..28, at 7 p.m. stage performing sound shell, a
The second meeting will be held 20-foot wide motorized projection
, the City Hall, Fannin Springs., screen, and a sprinkler system over
Tuesday;, Feb.,2 at 7 p.m.KidsDiscipline. the stage The entire inside of the tw

'auditorIUm was painted, the sides of '

the seats were repainted and the '
seats revarnished. New runway was ; ; : '
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Parents, would you like to know' installed. The bathrooms have been r
how to child to do the ,
get your renovated.For .
j ,things you want them to do? ,This years the auditorium has been Final Inspection of Renovated Auditorium...,

includes homework, chores, i too dark for student testing. Now,. School Board members school employees, architect Spiros Orivas and 'dim, and colors It's too complicated 'tor'just"J'body to operate.

,cooperation, house rules and there'll be no question about the Contractor Robert Kelly approved the newly renovated Bradford High/ From left, in ;foreground, School Board Member Eveltn'ha taln" ,
responsibility. availability of light.: auditorium on the substantial completion inspection early Tuesday,night, Board Chairman Lynn Schlofman, Supt. Jim Duncan looking at instructions
Mary E. Nuttert Ph.D.,will At Supt. Jim Duncan's recommendation ,Jan.19. on how to operate.the lighting:, system. Contractor Ilobrrt Kelly, a
,discuss and answer questions ,the School Board has approv. 1956 BUS graduate; School Roiirtl Kmlney i Hall, school operations person
Kids/Discipline Monday, Feb. 1, The new lighting system to the :most ccnsplciou Improvement. The' nel Gene Tanner and Leonard RegisterJ.E Molt has back to camera..
from 7-9 p.m. in the Starke '(See Auditorium..p.2A), group wa given a display of the computerised lighting s'stembright.. First event in the new atiHltorium Is a Jan. ZH choral concert.

3'u meeting Elementary is Sponsored School the Bradford The- .... ..,, .. ... "' ..,-, .. '" ., ','" ...,... ...,.,..., .. r "

County Parenting Education.

Committee Rehabilitative f'arents.Refreshments. and Services Health and will Foster'be Area .Residents Oppose, Hazardous: Waste Treatment Plant I

ser 'ed.t ._, ..
r; Nutter teaches parenting state of Florida i"brought, can't answer your)' questions,, owned by/Edward Shadd'who has tt'upon the city. 'If the state' had, "-
classes\ in the Gainesville area. At by Joe Gissy county.'": .. I don't know the answers:"" also expressed willingness for ,the located the site and constructed the,

present her consultant practice BCt Staff Writer 'J.' D.:' Gnffis, mayor of R said. -There will be a meeting in annexation according to Gnffis. facility without any choice being
consists of pediatrIc diagnostic services -> The Raiford town council took no cautioned,' "I think there the 26th', thats next Tuesday Responding to another question given to' local authorities, the
program development; staff, 'action on the question of annexationfor mistaken idea of what this the (Starke) Elementary School,' Mayor Gnffis agreed the uses for' responsibility of liability would rest,
development and technical. a hazardous waste treatment js all about.,This is to decide 7 p.m. The consultants and DER the money received by the host entity -' with. them, (the state agency).
assistance for agencies and schoolprograms. plant at the specially called meeting question of annexing 200 be there. It is a public hearing. ; will be limited.. They lire' ear :"If"' we could stop it, I'd agree to
Dr. Nutter is a former for that purpose Tuesday Jan 19.: state lands into the City of : public will be heard," marked (for fire protection,' police'protection. 'it, 'said Mayor Gnffis "but"wecan't .
it.And the decision
stop once is,
teacher and school administrator. road maintenance and
and to decide to or city.,1't
Spokesman for the group, Bobby not accept three percent is the reason: construction and developing a' made, the county, will benefit, if we,. "
Applicants :Needed... Anderson, stated "We don't want the the location( of the plant:, of annexing.' Also, if it is in the city, hazardous waste contingency plan., don't annex1." ,
hazardous wastes from all over the Department, can have some control over the'' ,"DER has indicated we would be /.DER would hot' turn', anything ,
,The Division'of Vocational' vironmental Regulation) has ratlon of the plant," said Griffis. allowed a broader range of uses for loose that would harm us or the en-
Rehabilitation of the Department of The small meeting room was contractor to pick the site, vironmentsaid councilman
said Griffis.
labor and Employment Secunty of crowded with about 4ct protestors'' can 'do nothing to stop, it; payment of three percent of the the;,Attorney money,Darla Christopher advIs- Dobbs. "They are the ones forcing
the State of Florida. needs ap' hoping to prevent hazardous waste : Mayor Griff is. ,'But if it receipts of the plant will be ed the council that liability would I everyone else to,clean up," he said.
'* no ,
plicants.Do treatment plant being. located ,in there, .) (at.. Ellerbee' id to the host city or county:,This I ,(
you know that you may be Union county.. ,SR-22H..we will be the host ,: expected to be more than $300,000 I ,
eligible for vocational rehabilitation annually.
services if: Hearing' Set TuesdayA
: "Why annex it now," asked a pro-
You have a physical, mental, or UC Circulates Petitionby ,
emotional and testor.. "Wait until a decision is
made to see if the plant Is put there." public hearing on l location:tf a proposed hazardous waste treatment
your disability: prevents you ando Joe Gissy'BCT Councilman Michael Dobbs plant for the entire state of Florida! is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday Jan,
from getting or keeping a Job 26 In the Starke School cafeteria in Starke,
after Staff WriterA stated, "If DER can convince me Elementary .
There is vocational a good chance rehabilitation petition opposing a hazardous waste treatment plant is being circulated that it is safe, I will welcome it. It SE is on SR-16 and Grand Street, and across Washington Street,from,
receiving by citizens of Union County,,concerned about the proposed loca- will furnish jobs, and money for this the tenrjis! courts of Bradford High School in Starke.
',' services you will get a jQb. Staff members from the State Department of Environmental Regulation
information call tion of such a plant in their county. community, and would be a good
For more office, at 1250 From the original 200 or so possible 'locations, the field has been narrowed thing." (DER) and their consultants will be present to explain the treatment
964-2037, or Circle go by Suite the D Starke, down to five, four of which are In Union Bradford and Clay coun- Henry Harris,. closest resident to process describe the safety features used! m operation of the plant, and,
hours are, 8 a.m to 5 tIes..The Union county site, near Raiford IS the top rated site at this time. the proposed site, said"I don't want answer question of public concern.
Office p.m.,. More than 100 area citizens filled the upstairs courtroom In Lake Butler It." Raoul Clark, spokesman for DER in Tallahassee, said county commls.s .
MondayFriday.Upcoming. Tuesday night Jan. 19, following the Raiford city 'council meeting at Ron P. Davis stated, "I am oppos- of Bradford Clay and Union Counties were being notified of thehearing'
which no action was taken on the town annexing land for the proposed ed to It. We don't need 'Love Canal' as,well as legislators and others connected with public safety
... planL here," drawing a loud response in and environmental issues. The public will also be heard.
Public meetings scheduled in the The meeting was called by Bill Wood, resident! of Worthington Srings agreement from the crowd.To The announcement came as the Governmental Affairs Committee of

,coming weeks are: and Bobby Anderson, resident of Ralf rd. annex state lands on which the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce was preparing to present a
The annual dinner-banquet of the "We are "short on time," said Wood. "We have to get as many there are nfo residents, only an position) paper to the Chamber's Executive Committee, not taking a stand
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com signatures as possible on this petition and have to have it done by, the agreement from the state agency is for or against the treatment plant but expressing some concerns, and
merce is set Saturday Jan. 23, in 29th. That's not much time" needed stated Griff is. No referen- recommending that a public hearing be held in this immediate area to inform -
the National Guard armory in "We need volunteers to work every part of the county," said Anderson. dum is required, he said in responseto the public since "much of .the citizenry has been unduly alarmed .I
Camp Blanding. A few tickets remain "If we are going to do anything about this we have to get going." a question.The because facts surrounding such a facility have not been generally. made ,
available. Social hour, The petition states,."We the undersigned, state that we are opposed to proposed site for the plant is known to the publlc.'" (See editorial?Page 4A) .
6:30-7:30 p.m. Banquet 7:30 p.m. the construction of the statewide hazardous waste treatment facility In approximately 2.5 miles from the city The only public hearings held so far by DER have been In Miami, the
program;8:30: p.m. Union County. Because of the possible environmental hazard, the fact of Raiford. The annexed area will Orlando area, and Jacksonville, none of them with sites under consideration
Zoning Board of Bradford County that existing roadways cannot handle additional traffic and the fact that be made contiguous to the city of for the controversial plant.
: Tuesday, Jan 26,.at 7 p.m. in our area does not produce this type of waste in quantities which would, Raiford by including a narrow strip First notice that Bradford County commissioners had of the proposed ....
the Starke city hall.A merit placing such a facility in our county, we feel that Union County is along SR-121. All the property is plant came Dec' 4 when an engineer retained to find the best site addressed ..
public hearing on the proposed not an appropriate location for such a facility." state owned except one small corner the board about the issue.

hazardous waste plant, sponsored -
the Department of En- '
by '
,vironmental Regulation, is set at 7 Willie Dell 'I
Arrested 'in Murder
p.m. Tuesday.Elementary Jan. cafetonum.26, in theStarke Ex-Con with Lon Record

. Board of Starke: hood ) on US-301 where witnesses tery,'of a law enforcement.omcer 1
The Zoning Investigator up
murder the beating death of the from the, home, according to -
Thursday, Jan. 28, ? p.m; In the Joe DeSue let Willie Dell cut'lis/ barher. Don Denton. said DeSue was trying to get a ride and escape. In 1979 DeSue. was &
then beat the elderly Dell to 84-year-old part-tune broke down sentenced to three for .
Starke city hall. hair, DeSue charged with Several calls to thecounty' to Webster after the car years
currently telephone
death and stole his car and money. resisting an officer with violence In
of the
Next regular meeting murder. The concerning "the
9:30a.m. Sheriff Don Denton believes. second degree case Jail At 10:30: a.m Monday'momlngDeSue Bradford County. While in prison
Commission: Deputy
Bradford County Bradford County led the
must to before the whereabouts of Joe DeSue, wa.. arrested at his DeSue had five dlaclpllnary'reportlfor
Monday Feb. 1, commission "Joe DeSue;whose real name is Joe murder before a first degree investigation of Bradford County Lt. girlfriend's home in' Webster and unarmed assault, spoken threats
meeting room in the courthouse on Pernetl Williams,was arrested Mon- charge can be brought. Glen Moore and Starke police Cap charged with grand theft.. and consuming Intoxicants.
y N:Temple Ave., Starke,, 18 in Webster, about 30 Good police ,work and witness tain Richard Bennett in search of
Downtown Merchants Associa- day, Jan. of, Ocala for grand theft, cooperation in the Investigation of DeSue. Witnesses were questionedwho IJeSue was returned to Bradford He was released early with administrative
south ,
Uon: 6 p.m., Monday, Feb. 1, at miles Tuesday with murder, the weekend murder in Starke led to said they had seen DeSue driv- County by Lt. Moore and Captain and incentive gain
SFCC Starke Center. then charged the arrest of DeSue, 30. ing the victim's car., They said he Bennett where he was additionally time according to: prison
Next regular meeting of the DeSue who has a long record ofcriminal At 1 p.m. Sunday,Dell, was found was trying to get to his girlfriend's ,charged with murder Tuesday, Jan spokeswoman Paula Tully.
Lawtey city council: '7:30 p.m. assault and who was dead in /his home after neighbors home In Webster.A 19, before! Judge Pierce. The two firearms and car have
Monday. Feb. 1, city ball. released from prison in June," ap- became suspicious when they did not warrant charging grand theft DeSue was released from) Lawtey been recovered according to Den-
.Next regular meeting of the city parently went to Willie Dell's homeon ,see him that morning. Dell,who was was Issued by Judge George Pierce Correctional Institutional last June ton. ,
commission of Starke: 7:30 p.m. tied to his bed was beaten about the for the arrest of DeSue. '
Old Lawtey Road for a haircut after serving part of a 10 year DeSue remains In the custody of.
Tuesday, Feb. 2 in city hall at Saturday afternoon and wound up head and body Two firearms Dell's In Hawthorne the 1975 Chevrolet sentence on a 1982 conviction for bat the county Jail without bond.i' .
T. ,r>....flt ,frf fp'fTOim <;trPetl! : i ih **'\va !:':'r charged Mrt'is vftt\ and hjf vehicle were missing wru found later abandoned (with the


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TELEGRAPH 'January 21, 1988 .. .- '0vtvr

357 Acres RezonedFor .

Mobile Home Mix

In Reno Area of Cityby

Buster Rahn rather than personal interest." 4 rr r7 /
BCT Staff WriterA Biggs solicited Mrs. Sandberg'
zoning action that had 'drawn assistance in finding a someone to
considerable fire a few months ago fill the two vacant positions. ": fJ "" ',. ''
was completed by the Starke city ,:
Jan. Grant Application... fl. :..t: .. ".
council Tuesday night, 19, ) ,'ii'I"' '
without. opposition from anyone. John Moosie, speaking for grants '
The city council approved the administrator Linda Day, told the 'i A
rezoning of 3S7 acres from single'' council that a resolution by the council s : :
family residence classification(RIA is required in order to file an ap- ryX I. ,
and RlC) to allow a mixture of plication for a grant to install sewer \ ;
mobile homes and custom built and water lines into an area in theN
homes (RID) in the NEquadrant of W section of town,tying west of the :
the city,.known as "Reno."The action Econo Lodge, Moosie said the city
is final,unless successfully contested also needs to adopt an affirmative ..9 a "
in the courts. action clause, which will increasethe I
Enclaves within> the Reno area number of points for the city in -.. ,. &
''were excluded from the rezoning,to competitive bidding for the grant. ... .
preclude the mixing of mobile Commissioner Vernon Silcox told I 1& : ) It

with homes custom in sections built homes.essentially filled affirmative Moosie that the action city ordinance already has and an 11 I I ..1: '

One excluded area, 'along' the Clerk Neil Tucker will furnish a copy .. ...
north side of Brownlee St. (SR-15E) to be Included with the application.

sioners was removed felt it will because become the commercial commis- The proceed council with passed making the the resolutionto application Ratliff is the New Worshipful Master of Local Masonic Lodge... I

property at some future time for the $575,000 grant. Bradford Lodge No. 35, F@AM Installed new officers Jan. 8 In public Gordon D. Brown.
and it will only complicate matterslto ceremonies the at the Masonic Hall on E. Orange Street in Starke. Second row Junior Deacon George A. Itanen, Tiler Nell Tucker Mar
allow mobile homes to be install- Bond Trustees... Installed as Worshipful Master was Thomas R.Ratliff second from left shal James B. Terry and Junior Steward Timothy M. Thompson.Back .
ed.The The council approved upon In front row.'The new officers are (1-r-) rows Secretary Herbert Green and Chaplin Walter H. Lee. I
rezoning of the area has been recommendation by the Bond Front row Junior Warden George M.. ftanen. Worshipful Muter Not pictured Treasurer Archie Tanner and Senior Steward Larry W,
'under consideration for several Trustees the sale of the old No. 8 Thomas R. Ratliff,Senior Warden Claude A.Morgan,and Senior Deacon_ Green ST.
months and came under fire from, Worthington electricity generatmg
residents who wanted to protect the engine in the power plant for.$35,000to
area in which they live. Most of FaulUme Oil Corp. 3 Grant Filed Local Communities I
those who opposed the rezoning City Attorney Terence Brown advised Applications by
spoke ,in favor ,of allowing mobile the commissioners that the offer -,
homes m the community, but in could not be accepted without go- by.Joe.G ssy benefit low and moderate income minister the grant If received. thwest sector of the town along
'some other section. ing through the bid process to sell BCT Staff Writer persons. Hampton is applying for $129,305 Olive Street between Jefferson and
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal the surplus engine. The engine was Three applications for grants The City of Starke is applying for a grant to extend waterlines into Adams Streets, and along 1st Street
told the council at earlier meetings. advertised for sale, and two bids under the Small Cities Community $575,000 grant to extend water and Hampton Villas, and street improvements just east of the railroad In the south
that his office receives applications' were received, with Faultline again Block Grant CDBGJ sewer lines to the northwest sector after the lines have quadrant of the city
to install mobile homes in Reno offering$35,000,the higher of the two Development Program are being filed by of the city, along Grand Street, Just been installed. All funds requestedfor The, grant is' Intended to
every week. Under prior classifications bids. municipalities! in Bradford County. behind the courthouse,from Georgia this grant will be spent to benefit rehabilitate' or replace owner-
,his office cannot issue permits The, engine, purchasedseveral Deadline for filing under the Street northward. low and moderate income families. occupied dwelling units,and 100 per
,for mobile homes in Reno. years ago, was never satisfactory, Neighborhood Revitalization All of the funds will be spent to cent of the funds will be used to
;The rezoning will allow the and was the subject of several yearsof is Jan. 22. Three of the benefit low, and .moderate Income Plan Com will administer this benefit low and moderate Income
replacement of many, old mobile litigation, in which the city was category '
'families. grant also, if received.
fall under this
homes I with new, units, and allow reimbursed $500,000 for the cost of grant requests group- coordinator for this
Plan Com Grant Coordinator Linda The City of Lawtey is requesting projectis
'many facilities.residents to upgrade. their living ,the engine,and other costs related to ing.For each activity proposed, i at Day is filing this application for $425.000 neighborhood revitalization Errol Jones, of Fred Fox Enter
In two other zoning matters the' its installation. least 51 percent of the funds must the"City of Starke' and will. ad- funds to benefit_families in the nor ,prises, of Palatka

city council upheld recommendations ', .. -
of the city zoning board by approving -
rezoning requests:: 11,
Debra and Reggie Flynn I had

near sought the reclassification courthouse, from of property residential ,1 star> e's Terwillegar Motors; offers you avery

to professional. They plan to iJDI
build an office building
,Louise 'Johnson Beverly' sought' specIal offer.....
reclassification of property on k d-, "
:wards ,Road, from commercial to "', ;' ;'y!' '',::W$1"M;\ ,\;';'; .' ,
'build _
residential. She plans ,to' a d
home on the plot1Appointments. "

... 1988 -
Councilman Bobby Biggs, chairman 7 Pqssenger A/C.,
''i'. of zoning activities, made two
,appointments to the city board of ad-, Auto.O/Drtve.6Cyt
justment, with approval of the'city: Aerostar Eng., AM/FM w/cass.. -J$ 5 _
council. The tWQ appointments are: speed controltltt Por

Sam Bassett,who is transferring ,' ', ,,,," wheel, luggage ra Mo
from the zoning board.
Clyde Lasher,a newcomer to zon-
XlT wE Also "
ing activities. i- :
The appointments leave one AM asS. m. Sot rid
vacancy on the Bd. of Adjustment ts astA.
''and one on the Zoning Board. The 1988Ranger *
vlr, ,
ome stepTTach
two boards must be separate,the city .L
has been told. Prior to this year 4' ,deluxe $25-856
five members of the zoning board ,ttr paint sliding rear g
also served as the board adjust-< /iA window& RWL tire
Mrs,Jess Sandberg asked Biggs 1988 9. -
'his criteria for filling the vacancies. 2-Dr.. Special Value Pkg..
Biggs replied, "When we find someone O A/C WSW Tires Speed
who will serve, and whose in-i Control./ Wire Wheel .
terest lain. the welfare of the pity M LX : ,AM/FM Cass., ;$19750 \
[ Elee,Mirrors.Prem.
'' System fIf-

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'ed a fulltime custodian'to handle the Check Out These Quality 'Previously' Owned Vehicles--

auditorium .and .gymnasium,,, Dun
can said that the upkeep of school.
buildings has never been sufficient.
He said one person has been trying
to take care ofthe entire athletic'
complex as well as the auditorium 1985 CJ'7 Jeep Hardtop 1985 ; ,
and choral rooms, an impossible 6 Chevy,Silverado '1984 Pontiac Trans-Am
task. Cyl. Engine, speed
Also at the suggestion of Supt., transmission air conditioned, V-8, Auto, Air Cond.,, Red, Loaded w/T-Tops and all
Duncan, the school approvedthe AM/FM Stereo
part-time employment of a per--; ,AM/FM W/Cassette the toys. Great Buy!
son to be in charge of the auditorium,
use PublIc''and school groups are ,Only'$8495.00 Only $8995.OO. Only 6995.00
urged to use the facility if they can
'provide insurance'coverage. II.'
The lighting and sound equipmentis
too complicated for just anyone to
use. Hiring someone to be present
during programs and to learn to use
the equipment will ensure it is handl- 1986' 1986 Aerostar 1986 Bronco XLT
ed correctly.', Chevy, Monte Carlo SS'. Wagon, .
It is not advisable to have 15 dif Auto. Air Cdnd. Power 7 passenger, V-6 Automatic, power 302 V-8 Automatic OIDPowerWindows :
ferent people operating the equip- ; windows door locks windows, door '
ment, architect Spiral Drivas told'' AM/FM w/cassette. air cond., power locks'
the school board Monday, night. ,Trailer towing pkg. Loaded.. ,
Drivas said he is "very'pleased"With Only 10995.00 Only $11,995.00,
the auditorium renovation done '
by. Robert Kelly Construction of Only I $14,995.00J .
Gainesville. Kelly, the son of JR.
Kelly of Bradford County and Mrs. -
Allie Mae Andrews Kelly of "
Gainesville,"'is a 1956 graduate, of I '
Bradford High School. 1987 Bronco XLT
The auditorium was built in 1954. 1986 Chevy ,1O Series Suburban
Paul 302 V-8 C-6 Automatic Trans Trailer '
Bricklayer on the job. :was
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speed.tlltyheel"P9wer,windows control, tilt wheel. Loaded

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; 10 Days.., Left foJ; Downtown Project I Iby

Buster RahnB
CT Staff Writer planting grass designated. areas, to the'group, enabling the association
Alter several weeks'of frustration Miller said to apply for a second phase''
'by what appeared to be slow moving1 Cooper also has the contract for grant.
renovation of the downtown area, alterations on the retention pond, adjacent The city commissioners agreed to
councilmen were glad to hear John to the parking lot across from advance, the funds to the merchants
Miller, president of the Downtown City Hall. Miller expects Cooper to association, with safeguards written
Progress Committee say 10'I i more complete that work within the next by the city attorney.
day will see completion of the Job, 10 days. Iq! order to make application for a
with the exception of work at the Intersection The Florida Department of 'grant, the association has to show
,of Walnut and Call Transportation (DOT) is responsible financial stability by having a
Streets. for new traffic lights and concrete ''minimum of( $-15,000 in the bank. The
Miller said wiring for street lights work at the intersection of Walnut association plans to, raise $15,0(10
is 98 percent complete already, and and Call Streets and has awarded among themselves; some $20,000
will be completed next week. the contract to Signal Construction short of the amount required.
Co.. Work has already begun by the'''
work on the bubbles will
be completed within a week,with the contractor, who has about 30 days to Ms. Epps assured the Council that
.jJ I pouring of pads for benches, to be complete the Job. the advance will be returned\ to the
: added later, and filling of spaces city'regardless of whether or not the
Money in the Bank.. is .
.around the bubbles Miller said. ; grant approved.If
... Cooper Landscaping Co. will com Glenda Epps, president of the the grant 'Is approved the advance .
'., .; plete its work within 10 days, Including Downtown Merchants Association, will be reimbursed/ from grant
-;< the setting of shrubbery and asked city council to advance$20,000 fund


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. School Board Offices Now Easier to Find.. PRICES BEGIN THURS.., JAN. 2 ,st.

Superintendent Jim Duncan reviews the new school sidewalk was done by an Inmate work squad from the jQ THRU WED,,. JAN, 27th AT OUR t.
sign In front of the district administrative offices on. New River Horticulture Department The llguslrum ? e STARKE LOCATION ONLY''
North Temple Ave. in Starke. The sign was built In the was propagated by the Institution.
I New River COl1'eetlonallastltutlon maintenance shops School 3 -
Board Member James Wainwright is
and erected by an Inmate work squad. Materials and of the 5o dos
superintendent New River facility, located N E of
paint were furnished by the district school office. Starke on SK-16 West GjmirnaffBOCADOR
The landscaping around the sign and along the


Bradford School System Utilizes GOLD AND LT5 WHITE'LITER VODKA _

I -.e 59tot RUM 150 ML

Inmate I Labor to Good, Advantage 899 -; n..O'_994SEGRAMs. ,. V a Y

by Buster Rahn supervise the inmates working with Lawtey 'Elementary- and ,cleared ,
I' BCT Staff Writer ''school personnel, who are profes-> school property at Hampton. The
School Superintendent Jim Dun- sionals in plumbing, electricity, etc' field house has been re-sodded and
can says inmate labor squads have In 1976 the first of 10-12 portable shrubbry planted by inmates. "
saved'taxoayors thousands of Classrooms was bwlt at Lawtey Correctional -, The maintenance and construction ,:;' ;. ",,
dollars in new construction, repairsand Institution (LWCO) for the'' workers have done their part by "\'I." """ J;<"....']3; =.:1.
maintenance of school property.' Bradford school system Supt. Wainwright -' washing and waxing school buses, _
"If it were not for inmate labor; took thejptttative in getting building portables, and painting.The l IMP. R'-rID ,
some school maintenance would go have the work done squad is currently engaged in ? ,
lacking,'' says Supt. Duncan. Wainwright, whose interest in the painting the high school gym, saving \ ': <:
Beginning some 15 years ago, local schools is a matter of record, in the county some $6,000-$7,000 in !EXTRA DRY{ LAUDERS ,
when Superintendent James WainWright now on the school board. c labor costs. '
took over the reins of Lawtey Since legislation to allow work SCOTCH -
,. Correctional Institution, Bradford squads outside the prison confineswas No Problems... ltlat GIN ', ,..
e. .
County schools have received help. passed, inmates have built four Supt.Duncan stresses the fact that '"' LT5 '
from the penal system. 'portable classrooms on school sites. .there have been no problems with inmates SraQramS / Tf'r
In the local Portable classrooms contain 750 150 ML. ,
early years, prisonswere working in the school area "
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prohibited/ from sending out square feet of floor, andcost.approximately and credits the .success. to.. several. as.h ASt ER'S 9 : '
'worK-squads, so any 'assistance- > $25,000 to build on contract. thing: aGia
..rendered was-confined to shoftworfe,'.,"jgupt, Duncan says! By utilizing in- 519'3'
,but the Florida legislature fcaSjnow 7mate; workers, the school system is ::_' '
changed those laws, and allows Inmate getting the units built for $14,000 Filet( Duncan says, correctional -.; .
'; work 'squads to work for each, paying only for materials,saw classification officers have done an
municipalities and other governmental ing more than $10,000 on- each. excellent job selecting inmates to
agencies. .classroom. send out on the job. The ,,inmates,,
Many people' assume that the'' must be serving in the last six mon-
number of Bradford County students ths of their sentences to qualify for
Bradford County schools have two' increase progressively each year, outside work, and by and large, they r Gl
,squads of 8-10 men each, assigned by but that isn't the case, according to want only to do their time and get OLD
Supt. Wainwright from the New ..Supt Duncan. 'Bradford County is }'
River Correctional Institution, one of five counties in the state out.Secondly,the correctional officers Ancient % Thompsonnr
across SR16frpm Florida State whose student population has' remained -''' in charge of the work squads are
Prison. i static for several' years, well trained, and supervise the 6( g -
One of the two squads is from the precluding state help in building new squads with professional expertise.
prison Maintenance Department schools. The officers are trained to spot ge aA -1 1.75 LiTER. "
headed by J.C. Griffis. The second However, a need for /more potential problems by observation of ss.i w.LT5
squad is from the Horticulture classroom space )is caused by additional inmate attitudes and work,
Department headed by former* programs mandated by the eliminating problems before they, LITER 108.5
Bradford County commissioner state, such as for special education. develop.
Homer Hart. Each squad, under the Supt. Duncan listed a number.of Third,says Duncan,students have ,
direction of a correctional officer, jobs completed with inmate labor, been cautioned to not fraternize or 1188
works in the area of landscaping Including the reworking of the associate with inmates with
,school grounds,'or maintenance and drainage system ''at the middle outstanding cooperation from the.
1 construction of school property, ac- school. Inmates re-sodded the school student body. .
cording to their respective. yard at Southside Elementary, and Last, but not least, school ,ad-
assignments. built rail fences to keep students off ministrators and teachers have been'
The correctional 'officers are certain 'areas that are sensitive to most cooperative in the program, Rtf IM:J -;
knowledgable enough in the fields of water run-off and washing. Inmates 'contributing to its success, says JYAP 4 '

landscaping and/or maintenance to ,have done, extensive landscaping at Supt..Duncan..

I Set 'BUSCH n '
Chamber Saturdaywith'
Banquet ANC'BUscH. tiaa+tsw. 4A. .l


'A big turnout is expected for the Poke McIIenry.:.. presidents with taxi and drivers partaken and of' Natural %Mgi '' Wigs
potables I>M..I"-
annual meeting and banquet of the
Vic Smith,' better know by his the latter.
of Com bz. CANS
Starke-Bradford Chamber pseudonym of Poke Me Henry, is a Poke loves people. He also loves to es''g 12
set Satruday night,Jan.23,in
merce seasoned veteran of many years In fish and hunt, and to'sample the
the National Guard armory in Camp' the newspaper business and manyan delightful cooking he encounters in ':.-=-"A.-J 99 LOOSE.' '4991I!R.
Blanding. ::: .
exceptional bit of writing, .as his travels. ''= 61.
Over 300 tickets have been sold, many readers of his column in the He is a man of firm convictions, \I' .OZ flU 010c. CASEGEORGE ,. r-
but a few more are available. The Florida Times-Union can attest. whether with him or not. .. l'
i you agree -,
meal is being catered by the' 'i Poke joined the Times-Union staff "He'll be a high spot, a delight,",
Western Steer. U you still have not'reserved after than 30
12 years ago, more Orlan Wells told the Chamber's
a place, call'Secretary' years on Georgia and Alabama ,Board of Governors the other day. -
arlene Godwin at the Chamber
4 ,weekly and daily newspapers. He
14145218. -was born Oct. 29,. 1919 in Ben HillCounty I,
{Social. hour is from 8:>>-7:30 p.m., a few miles outside Fitzgerald -
d ring which) a country band the Georgia, in a share-cropperr
Country Gents, will play log cabin long since eaten away by

termites.His .
.1 ueTifbegin
r at 7iao
experiences in the newspaper'
; enu ,is steak, baked from rookie -
business the
1 tate).', kid) salad says Banquettor 'reporter and run sports gamut writer on the old : ROBERTSINSURANCE

Carolyn Autry.The pro- Fitzgerald Leader, before World ,
rbeginat8:30p.m' : War II, to positions of sports editor, Service
scheduled is Insurance, YouR naependent
i speaker i state news editor, feature writer 'f' Complete fI

f the Florida enry,Times-Union the column, who writer ispected photographer, copy editor, andalmost j I lnsurante AGENT ,
,to poke a little fun at 'He even anything did a stint else in one advertising can name.asa .' '. "" ../\h I '! i,'.,',1.J SIAv,! YOU 1larltir

Inile fmself hunting and tell and of fishing.his experiences salesman.Poke almost 23 with PHONE, QUOTES .'::, :;" !,y::,, : '

,(Another highlight of the banquet the Albany spent, Ga Herald before years joining WELCOME'' ; ;;"r :,, J.
the Camp ,,:. .' .
will be the presentation by "
Times-Union '
Blanding! National Guard" Years unit of of a editor.the Within a short time as a he cony was, :GEORGE ROBERTS SCOTT,, ROBERTS : '. ':' ::1; 1<' ;>1, AUTO HEALTH LIFE v-
program entitled 200 of nfews desk. / : l
promoted to chief the AGENT. ; .. ,".I ? '
Freedom ;A'Salute to the Constitution. He began his Poke McHenry cols AGENT,, \ <", \ <>! c. I ,
." Guests will be greeted at the umns in May 1978 mostly for the : \ HOME BUSINESS I.

,'door by Guardsmen In period sheer love of writing.Poke's 'Representing These Fine Companies: \ .
costumes, such as George '
readership snowballed. In : :
or Benjamin -, : MOBILE HOMES
Washington. Miss Liberty. 1981 he was excused from further ,
Franklin.Twenty desk duties and the lightto '
given green '
t members of the Bradford travel North Florida and South MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT
High Band have been added for addi-! Georgia to bring Times-Union
''t na4 musical support. AIiSIant.
'readers his rare perspectivehumor
I and, downtoearthphilosophy. .
C of C Awafda... .
f Winners of the Chamber's annual Poke s writing has what la known 9647826'a
citizenship.: : humanitarian, and as "the touch: Nobody including,
students of U1e year awards will be Poke, knows exactly what "the
named at the banquet. touch'''' Is, but it includes a rare CIGNA 986 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE
'A Chamber committee worked on talent to string words together so STARKE FLORIDA 32 .choosing the nominee? last week.' they make magic and music. - uH&CA8t1ALTY ,
The choices are supposed to remain Pbke is at home and at ease with .- .. I
secret uqtU the banquet.. everybody! He has shaken hands


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r' TELEGRAPH January 21.1588

I 2et" 'er Roll' the Conductor Shouted As the, Train'" Crossed Highland Hill I

With over 28,000 Cars and trucks passing track drains into the''Atfantlc Ocean,and on the 'Nail Ridge Becomes Wghland, .- :

Highland on U.S. 301 dally, few, if any, travelers west side flows toward the Gull or Mexico.In In the 18808.R.G. Cook moved his family

realize they are crossing historic Trail Ridge, the order for trains to climb over the Ridge the down from Lockbaven, Pa., and established .
first part of Florida to emerge from ocean waters track north of Highland was originally built with Payne, Cook 6: Co., a big saw mill that .
that once covered the entire peninsula.At several sweeping curves to make it easier for the was described in a Times Union article wg !
an elevation of 210 feet 'above sea level old wood.burning engines to pull their load up the published in 1883 u "one 01 the finest in the S
HIghland Sits 'atop, Trail Ridge, the geological steep Jlope. In the five miles from the Duval Coun- State having a capacity for 150,000 feet or

backbone of North Florida. Starting near the ty line to the top of "Hlghfand HiU". as train lumber per day : .
Georgia line it extends Southward into the sand crewmen call it. the elevation increases 105 feet. Cook and his family were cultured and a

hill area between"Kmgsley Lake, and Keystone The effort to climb the hill required the use 01 weU-ioodo people.They built a tune home at 13 '

,Heights. every stick 01 wood in the train's "tender".a. the Highland, and also bad a summer place on r r "
For much 01 its length;Trail Ridge was once the car carrying fuel and water was called the northwest shore of Kingsley Lake, .

route of Alachua Trail, a weU.worn historic: path At the rails on the early Florida Railroad were reached by a special road, called "The
,fallowed by Indians, Spaniards, and other early of a wider than those used by the so-called Avenue" built by Mr Cook, In more recent t !L t L.rt s ( _
their treks between Florida and gauge the property was the home of S2R
travelers on
"foreign" or' Yankee',',cars of that period, the yean ? 1'e
Georgia. Highland Sits on the apex Cf) the,ridge "trains through here could not be equipped with Mrs Barbara Brazeale and alter her
bout two miles wide Travelers on death became the of FrowStrickland.
which..lS property
refuel at .
brakes. In order to stop the train to ,...
Highway 16 cross the Highland Ridge between ,HIghland, the engineer would have to perform a .,
Sl.arke and Kingsley Lake, where the DuPont fine balancing act, halting the train with Its center Harr C Wimberly father..of Mrs,
Company has its mining operation at present, of gravity exactly astride the apex 01 the hill 10 it "Boots Green 01 Starke was appointed

Before'the railroad was constructed through would cot roll ford to Lawtey or backward to railroad agent at Highland in 1891 and .
here in the 1850lJ Highland was a "Ia'over' pomt" Baldwm. served until his death In 1929. He was also, ,
for travelers riding in wagons and r'stages", as fireman was postmaster and owner-operator of the 4 SEABOAED AIR LINE ,
welt as on horseback Jt was midway between the By that time the exhausted Negro town'only general store;aU housed under
Georgia line and ,the pioneer towns of ready for a nap,while the brakemen piled on wood one roof s- r
after making sure the train would stay put by .
Newnansvllle and Micanopy below what is now r.rM. .wf
Green remembers visiting in the
"chocklng" the rear wheels and driving a stout Mr I. ..
Gainesville .take in front of the engine' cowcatcber. When Cook home and was impressed by their
After the first cross.state railroad was built the refueling process was finished, the conducter fine silver and furniture, and also the large
from Fernandma to Cedar Key in the middle 01 would puff,up the stake In front and toot the whistle number of servants who waited table "in
the 19th Century, Highland became a bustling to warn passengers, who had left the train to high .lyle." The home, which was equip-
community with a railroad depot handling. shoot squirrels that it was time to get back ped with a large, attached greenhouse for
shipments of lumber and naval stores. aboard ,ornamental plants, was. destroyed by fire rrr

According to a brief history of the town, published With back In' place, the conductor 'in 1910.Mrs., '
in the July 17, 1925 issue 01 The'Telegraph/ everyone Green also remembers poitmgaround"
and "Let 'er roll I" The
would swing his hat yell, children fn the
of the with other
Highland was born With the completIOn
unblocked and the train coasted 5
railroad and was located at the 'very apex" of back wheels were where the deserted hotel which they called, "the ,
Trail Ridge,which is the watershed for North Cen- merrily down the grade to Lawtey, white, house" used ,in past years as a ..rI
tral Florida. Rain falling! on the east side 01 the 'elevatlon Is 49 feet lower than Highland.c ,layover station for travelers. "It had large 1'

,fireplaces with mirrored mantels, a bar 4'
and a room probably used for gambling ,
with cards, and other games"Mrs. Green Q
.Id. She also heard "tall tales" about
shootings and other "rough stufl" going on L

,' 1"\\,:; vro1'uAJ1s. ; in the hotel, and legends about a "bootbill" -
, cemetery nearby where "victims"were
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.J: "" probably burled

::'! "it:?,' "" At 19 Hearing ,;: 'Mrs. Green also remembers the difficult I 3
time tram crews had in getting over "the '
hump" at IbghJand.Before starting up the
long grade, she says, they would have to
:Pub ic"Opinion fO B"e Heard, break the train in two, pull one half up the .Ouer'the .'
slope and then send the engine back over

On 'Hazardous Waste Facility' I the the hill double, track, to tow the other half up' Contour lines on 1911 map Indicate height of Highland Hill at 210 feet above sea

? level TIle original curves shown on railroad track north of Highland station were'
All that Ia left'at Highland now Ia one straightened out after more powerful diesel engines could climb the bump on a

store!, the Highland Baptist Church, and a straight track. .'
few residences,011 both sides of the railroad
'rhe announcement that DER 'mittee feels "that more education and track.;

'(Department of Environmenta. Regulation 'adequate public exposure throUgh hear- ,

) will hold a hearing on the hazardous ings is essential. The committee said

waste treatment facility proposed that in the final analysis it is con-, < .

for this area answers concerns of public ceivable that such a facility might be a Letters to the Editor : I
'officials and citizens of three counties worthwhile project J :

about being left out of the information I'ii( '
In its drafted the '
position as (
paper, J : '1' '
''loop. The hearing is announced for 7:00pm. : Government Affairs Committee ex.. .' : ':. ) 1,"
", Tuesday, Jan. 26, in Starke pressed the following areas of concern:, -- .: ,;, ,.".-
Elementary School cateterfa. The announcement '
is somewhat belated, 'but I. IMAGE: Since our region already bas the Concerned Student House Leader Charges Martinez; I :
public image as Florida's penal colony, are we
:never-the-Iess welcome. Voices Opposition '
now to, also become the Florida, garbage'' ,Made .False Claimson Savings': I';
To Hazardous Waste
The DER booklet of procedures for dump? ,_ /

selecting a hazardous waste site states -2. TRAFFIC: This' region Is already ex.perlencing Dear Editor: 'He didn't "saziel$734iI24l: :! relocating
r am writing because of the Toxic
that "Information maHouts were done significantly high automotive Waste you Governor Martinez qualified among positions in an agency. The funds wen
vehicular trips on its main thoroughfare that may be built near this world class hoodwinkers, the other day merely shifted and ,spent for something
throughout the project using an extensivemailinglistofover600names.This- friends
area. My some other students that
system, The presence of such a facility in this when he boarded a state Jet and flew else.
region, while not In Bradford County could fur- go to Bradford High School; and myself, around Florida to tell TV people that he .He didn't"save" by vetoing$61 million
list includes interested individuals, ther impact the, already heavy burden of are very: concerned about thIS.Don't had "saved" millions of dollars during his from the appropriations act, Zeroo

special interest groups, state and county -' vehicular traffic in the region. More impor- first rear in office. And while most of the multiplied by zero Is still zero,no funds got
representatives and members of the tantly, however is the potential hazard of a the "grown ups" in Bradford state s editor seem to have seen through'' into the budget 80 nothing was spent Did
Florida Legislature Press releases an- vehicular accident transporting these County know how dangerous it could be for the political haze and recognized the you save $10,000 by not buying a new car
materials prior to their arrival at the facUity. this community If the Toxic Waste Plant governor' expensive political clicanery} last year when you didn't have the funds to
nouncing public meetings and updating ThiS could well be the most signifICant problem does come to this area? It could affect for what it Is, FJorida's citizens need to be buy one? Of course not. _
project information were issued to more everything and everyone around the plant.Don't alerted that there's probably more to But more important than HOW the
than 360 newspapers the state.," they care more about their family come distortIOns were made Is WHY? Why
across 3. CONTAMINATION: Without adequate in- and friends than the root of all evil?
They should also realize that 'they'' would he claIm be'd saved million
formation,it Is difficult to determine the potential $201
With is
this much publicity, it surprising -- for both air and water contamination from shouldn't walt for the governor to send when he badn't? It's simple. He'd made an
that none of the officials arid groups--"",even a carefully designed system. We have toxic JI someone doesn't speak up about the them a check for those so-called savings. ill-conceived campaign claim that he
in tills area were aware of the site selec- recently had, the experience of nuclear ac- waste being! harmful to health, then J don't think there' a need to re-explain found impossible to responsibly fulfill in
what wIll .?, We will be
; tion process until news of the selection cidents in both the Uruted States and the SovIet risk in' JIVes tailing a very bow the governor actually distorted his the time he said he would do it.And so, a.
big our own I?
of the top five Sites was made known by, Union. Thus the best laid plans 01 men often do budget claims took credit for things that Is becoming the case with the governor he
the news media" go awry Can you do something about this toxic'' Democratic governors before him had decided to do It aU with charts and graphS
done and asserted fact claims that Smoke and
as mirrors. Chants and wands.
4. LACK OF KNOWLEDGE: Because 01 the waste plant that may come to our district,
Our entire legislative were not true The capitol press corps has Lincoln once said that fool aU
delegation, con- lack of any prior public discussion of this issue Concerned Student, done that. you may
sisting of two and and the the people some of the time; you can even
representatives one potential location sites, much 01 the Christie
Rodgers But the pUblic has a right to know that:, fool 01
some the people aU the time
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senator, was not notified neither citizenry has been unduly alarmed because the 'Junior,Bradford
: were
.He didn't create the Idea 01 prisoners you can't fool aU the people aU the time. I
facts such have
surrounding a facilIty not been '
the county commissions 'in the three building prisons and avoiding greater expenditures .
counties concerned- Bradford Clay, generally known to the public,. ( Note:' A' PUblic bearing will beheld ; Governors Askew and are hope not this fooled.Is one time when aU or the people

and Union The 'recent announcement by' the Florida on this matter Tuesday, Jan. 26. at l'p.m. Graham created and executed it' Governor .' Ronald A. Silverf
; superintendents of the three Rep
In '
Starke Elementary cafeteria. Con-
Department of Environmental Martinez is
Regulation that, merely continuing a good Leader
prisons included in the five top sites five finalist sites had been selected for, the cerned students are welcome to attend.) idea a. the Legislature told! do., House 01 Majority Representatives
were 'unaware that their institutions, creation of a hazardous waste facility bas been
,were involved: ,and DOC Secretary received With r a great deal of surprise., In

Richard Dugger was likewise uninformed ., general, our Citizenry finds Itself uninformed
the until reading of such a plan In the newspapers Agent's
as was commander at Camp Notebook
Blanchng. ,Public officials including the Legislative By Bobby Tayio. _:. I
Delegation, also report that they were not In" 4
The three public hearings held by formed prior to the public disclosure 01 such a

DER prior to now were scheduled in 'plan I Each year, before cold weather arrives Cold-Damaged Plants keep them as warm as posSible me next
write about cold
'The Chamber recognizes that such a facility protection for landscape time the weatherman predicts freezing:
Miami ,
Altamon4e Springs (in Orlando without tends ornsmentaJa.And,every year when a bard buds will either drop from the plants; or' temperatures'
discussion to
area). and JacksonvlHe. No public hearings create a host proper'of umnformed public and potentially er"ll freeze comes, J find that in spite of the open only part-way and show brown Finally,be a little philosophical Jt you

had been scheduled in the three- ,ronerously imagined fears.. There are many very best intentions,many gardeners have centers.leaf damage on camellias usually lose one or two 01 your tender ornamen-
county area where four of the five sites advantages as well as disadvantages to the ,failed to'take adequate protection Isn't too much 01 a problem. Normally as tala, 80 what! Worse things could
are located, until ,Tuesday's belated an-; presence of such a facIlity in our area-not just measures.Alter each freeze r usually get' new leaves come out in the spring, the old. You now have the opportunity baPpend.,
questions about what to do damaged leaves will
with freezedamaged just off the
Bradford County.The location or such something new to
nouncement: To our' knowledge, no a facility ornamentats. ,plants. your landscape, so con-
in adjoining counties has the ,sider
same potential Species native to that an
our area
newspapers 'in the three concerned hazards to Bradford County. Environmental This week l'U discuss the kind 01 cold Whatever you do. remember that ifyou've DOt as subject to cold damage as those that

counties received any notice. legal or contamination does not recognize political damage most likely to occur on some ofour already bad some cold damage to were 'lost to a freeze Anyway, With
otherwise, until now. boundaries '- most popular landscape plants,and offer your landscape plantings, this is not the thousands 01 plants to choose from, and I
some Ideas on what to do to help in-' time to relax your cold protectiol-,.
.. mild
climate, who can com-
In view 'ofthis: 'oversight' and ap-, ,jured plants recover., I measures. Try not to encourage anynewgrowth plain? Wellmaybe some of us..Just a lit'tlel
parent violation of DER's own site, Another concern expressed locally Is' the When landscape plants freeze, the first, on your plants at this point and
selection procedure the Starke/Brad- possibility that the hazardous waste facility impulse of most gardeners Ia to get out the
might tend to attract other plants, having toxic pruning shears and cut away the dead and
ford County Chamber of Commerce had or hazard.\18 waste, to move into this area In dying leaves and branches But, this realliy ,Forestry in Bradford County
instructed its Government Affairs Committee order to shorten ,their haul to the treatment Isn't such a good idea,As a rule, you can t
to prepare a position statement plant., tell how much damage has been done until I

recommending that public bearings be plants start new growth In the .pring. JI Attention.
held in order to insure that an educated We'beu'eve'that: these' concerns are you prune right alter a freeze you may cut Landowners!
well expressed and should call the at-, away live wood that doesn't have to be lost. '.
decision either 'pro ,or con. could be ,Also the leaves and branches which David
? have By W.Norton
.tention of DER to the fact that officials! which landowners will be asked
:made already been killed Bradford
can the
help protect
County Forester: ,select one to
attend. sessi
and private citizens of the three con- rest ,,01 4 plant against further cold morning
: will include
In'its report which had not'yet been 'Interested in learning prominent people In the knOw
cerned counties were' "taken by sur-: damage. U you're determined to prune Immediately about potential
speaking on
presented to the Chamber the Government pr se" in this matter and are entitled to for some reason, be prepared to sources of ,additional Income? Ever timber tax legislation topics such types a.of changes ass18ta
Affairs Committee said "Before cover what's left 01 your plant to protect It our woodlands could be ,(not just
a public hearing. Such a hearing is now profitable money) available to forest Ian
more Here
next time the temperature below your chance to
totally rejecting the concept (of a hazar-' forthcoming and should be well attend-] I drops take a olMHlay dream vacation to Jackaon-, downers the and bow you may he able to ge
does waste treatment 'plant) the com' some ,villa and most out of your Wnberland.
,ed.v 1'" With of the more tender landscape find out about all these Ideas.A .

kill and everything patio ornamentals above the severe IOU line cold But Florida-G< Seminar sponsored by the University of which includes
these lunch and ia tax deductible
plants (things like rubber
plants Florida COOperative Extension Service (If you are able to deduct any expenses
Rlt4 skADFORO philodendrons, and poinsettias) may ..urpriIe (IFAS) and the University or Georgia since the tax changes). M lOOn I' s
Cot you by sending up new shoots the Cooperative Extension Service will be held ,schedule of events ia available it will be
'Op .pring- So doIl't give upon them until 011 February 27, 1988 at the Quality II1It posted for you at my office as well as
: warmer weather arrives. Conference Center In JacksoovUle The registration tuned
< iligr l material. Please stay
flow eaa usuaJly suffer cold damage to theme for the seminar ia"Alternate Enter'prises for additional details, '
o. and .tema You'll certainly for Your Forest Land!' The
.. notice bud damage at blooming time when
seminar will provide the landowner JI
9 With you are a landowner who may have
'rGN .O.G.FERGVSON-JOHN M.MR1ERFrb11.Ms the plants produce few or DO flowers: to-date Information on the managemeat tree planting operation on calends
Stem damage will show up later in the your and economlca 01 various alter.natives. lot this year Jake this dry weather opportunfty
aDd early when '
of the
summer some -
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Clue Matter at the Poet Olee at'' branches cite.That wID be the time for the to make sure it will be done. GiVIyour

Starkeforlda4 under Ad 01 March, 1879 Subea1ptfon rate In trade lIRa: till per year pruning shears Just cut out dead branches Items which you may be interested in include tree planting contractor a cad Imake
=7.00 sIx months. Outside trade area:: $13 per year $7.50 sot months.phcrae lind them, aDd always cut baa to ,'atUe/grazing leases Christmas sure he baa you In mind for an earl
planting this
ash wood. trees Pond Mal1llgementlFee year.Then when the hot
{9041984-6903) 135 W.CaD Street/RO. Drawer A Stature,Fb1da 32091 Bud Jnjury and leaf bum are common and WUdJlfe ManaementlHunting Fishing lases summer arrives you can relax In In eu

problems 00 cold daJpalcd cameWaa. The These topics will be aeparat4l!' afternoon gttr knowing that your pines are grow





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Karen Clark Mitchell Dicks -.l' I II

,, ; I Announcing,?.
f Sara Brittney Blanton
Married December
: : 5 .l James and Lynn Blanton of Starke
announce the birth of
a daughter,
Karen Lynn Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip VV.. Clark of Keystone Sara Bnttney born Dec. 15,. In
Heights, and David Mitchell Dicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley C. Dicks Sr., Gainesville
ba of Keystone Heights were united in marriage Saturday, December S, 1987 at 7 f Maternal grandparents are Mr.
p.m.Reverend and Mrs James O'Steen and Mr.
Jim McCarty officiated at the double ring ceremony which. was and Mrs. Howard Bowen, all' of
held at North Central Baptist Church in Gainesville. f. Starke.Great grandparents are Mr.
The couple exchanged vows In a candlelight ceremony before a golden arch and Mrs. Carlton Craft of Starke.' .
that was entwined with miniature white lights, sprigs of cedar, poinsettias in. Paternal grandparents are.1\11'
shades of red and white, interspersed with babies breath. and Mrs. James p. Blanton' of
i Two large floral l arrangements of seasonal flowers were placed on each side LaCrosse. ,
of the arch. Complimenting and flanking the arch were two IS joint
candelabras and two' lighted entwined rings with matching floral ar
rangements. Throughout the altar area of the church were placed large potted
poinsettias, boston ferns and areca palms. .
Placed on either Side of the altar area were unity candles which were
lighted by the parents of the bride, and parents of the groom,Jater in the JoAnn's Valentine
ceremony the candles were united into one large Christ candle by the bride ,
and by the groom showing their union in Christ Find the RED RIBBONS
A classical and traditional music program was'presented by pianist Mrs.
'Sonja Wright of Keystone Heights. David Howell, of St. Augustine and for'-Hearty" Savingsl!
brother-in-law of the groom sang "The Lord's Prayer". Miss Tresa Buz of Cynthia Winkler 504 W. Call St. Stark 964-8547
Nashville, Tennessee, sang "Forevermore",a song she composed. and Don Green
Miss Buz and Mr. Howell sang "He Has Chosen You For Me." Organist, VWnkerGreenEngogemenf/
Mrs. Greg Hochstetler,, of Gainesville also participated'in music for the
ceremony.The ToldMr.
bride escorted by her father was given in marriage by' her parents.
,She appeared in a gown she designed made of white bridal satin accented and Mrs. Edward A. Winklerof Planning Spttttl.' f
StarKe announce the your Day
with french reimbroidered alecon lace, sequins and pearls. The hand-sewn engagementof
pearl and iridescent sequined bodice had a jeweled sabrma neckline with their daughter, Cynthia I
scalloped lace and dropped waist with a low open backlme.The puffed chiffon Elizabeth, to Donald Stanley Green, ,
sleeves tapered to the wrist ending in a lily point. The full skirt featured lace son of Mr. and Mrs.Allen S. Green of
appliques, a scalloped lace hemline reimbroidered with pearls and sequins. Brooker.
The extended cathedral train was adorned with layered chiffon ruffles. ,The wedding will' be held Satur
Complimenting her gown the ttt\de chose a two tiered pouf and pearl edged day Feb. 27at p.m. at Brooker
veil of silk illusion that fell from a eadplece of scattered pearls and crystal Baptist Church. A reception at
droplets. Her bouquet featured Jr-rtscade arrangement of miniature white Lakeside Community Center in Lake
and red poinsettias centered with two large white poinsettias, holly leaves, Butler will follow the ceremony. No
red and white babies breath, white tipped.cedar and interspersed. with tulle local invitations will be sent. All t
,and ribbon streamers. 'friends and relatives are invited ,
Miss Susan Clark the bride's sister 'was id-of-honor.. Bridal attendantswere Cynthia Is a 1985 graduate of Brad-
I Miss Erin Thomas and Miss SanayJackson of Gainesville,Miss Cynthia' ford High School and is currently
-- -=:;.... J.I-' ..r Dicks of Keystone Heights and Mrs.;David Howell of St.'Augustine sisters of enrolled in SFCC jn the ADN Nurs
the groom.They wore long red satin gowns with a sweetheart neckline, puffed ing Program '
I Don is a 1984 graduate of Bradford Smart Brides alwsyhbot\ r our fimoutInvitations
,Mrs.Mitchell Dicks Elizabethan sleeves fitted lace bodice and dropped waist. The low open back .
extended to form a large satin bow with a lace insert falling from the hip-line High SchoolSchool
g to the floor forming a graceful train. .
Each bridal attendant carried a bouquet of flowers similar to the bride's, Menus
bouquet with the colors reversed. In their hair, they wore arrangements of
miniature satin and silk blossoms interspersed with sprays of pearls. t1t14 ,41
Jan. ,
"Focus" 'on Careers" Class AnnouncedFor Flower girls.Miss Jessica Kaufmann of Venice cousin of the bride and
Misses Amy and Monica Powers of Keystone Heights were dressed in full Bradford Elem. &Middle School
Single/ / Parents ,Homemakers, floor length gowns of white satin, sashed In red. Their dresses featured a Monday! Beefa-ron1, cheese Mix, green badly,
"j sweetheart neckline Elizabethan sleeves and tiers of ruffled chiffon formed a apple crup.. hat rails mild.Tuesday ', I
sweeping train. They wore flowered halos in their hair and carried white Fried chicken, Baked beans, cabbage ;, I
) law ,
Feb.A new This class class titled "Focus on Careers will begin Monday, Feb. 8, ending baskets decorated with red and white ribbon and seasonal flowers. ", .dn..y strawberry: 19. is sponsored by the Single Parents or Homemakers! Program The bride's gown and accessories and those of the bridal attendants were applesauce ,let cream, milK. .n_WS I.j I.."................"..,..
and is free to Alachua and Bradford County residents who are single created by Mrs. Gene Coble of Keystone Heights. ,Thursday. Hamburger gravy, manned potatoes, s.d.I...-.e.M..aM4.rr................ I IAw.M
parents or homemakers. held' pin. chocolate cake, hoi roll. milk.frMayi .M. '
Best men were the groom's father, Wesley C. Dicks Sr and the groom's Managers Choice --
: Day r i
Participants I receive vocational assessment' and counseling develop brother Cary, Dicks. Groomsmen were RICk, Alvers and Tony' Brown of ,Good,....Mdn1 *Qur Mwntiit\ i
,:employability skills and learn bow to choose. a careers re-enter.'the employ-, Keystone Heights Mike Denmark and Marshall Manche of Gainesville. and Bradford High School n.-w.ddn. ,' .ll..........pemmlh"0, ,0 110.,
ment market, or change careers. Jason Kaufmann, of Venice, cousin of the bride. : Monday Salisbury steak rice, 6gr.vy.;Dultered ..MM...*.tquhM......*..cometnixxary. .... ,rWMnel; piton..
*kflurahlp eowld
yob win too
Pro-registration is required. For additional information contact Andrea Ring-bearer was Master Zim Padgett Jr., Winter Springs cousin of the, applesauce' ,cookie, biscuit, milk' Ovr wiinc tochtdtt' Gnutnt Kttgrann
Ashley., 395-5393 at Santa Fe Community College.Community bride, who wore a white suit with short pants and knee socks with red satin .f..d ,Beel-a-rom,cheese stun' garden Nlacl, vari..r Of tettmni iiytM thkirMur.*|* \
i cummerbund and bow tie. He carried a lace and embroidered white 1 apple chop, hoi rolls milkr, |.Mttontly'.rich.. rs.*d..Wtlrrlnj*lih alIo"|O04
pillow Wednesday L'orndog baKed beani! ;strawberr"" 'taiw....,..'......of u,.ftnm ei.fiMn.n.hip, t*
Education 'that was entered with the initial "D"in red cross-stitch.;The pillow was made .shortcake, milk. eM to,.....Cantf. _our compute itlcf. ln and" '
Announces? ,by the groom's sister, Cynthia Dicks. {Thursdays Fined chicken,mashedpntatoes,buttered ,chooM ih....r.1. ., '' "
The wedding was directed by Ms. Sandi Robertson of Gainesville. green peas chocolate cake,, not rolls,milk.,. ,
Upcoming ,Courses Beginning Soon' Friday Managers choice day. The Fto..r Wtdding. Lint Tr...,, matt'ihMIS
The reception following the ceremony was held in the church fellowship .
; AlaCarteMondavi "T" y an f. .....,1c4,tin.?.Intttot and
hall. The pathway leading from the church to the hall was decorated with traft wiuithip it rout mn.aWs.t.W.ddm. -I,
Bradford Community'Education, a division of Bradford-Union Vocational' white poinsettia candle bags that illuminated the walkway, Miniature white milkshakes.ruendayi,! Hamburger, piziu.: cormiog., Irencttfries Es.mhh-un0poWd. '" it'( 1.PromptSefr. ,
Technical Center announces the following upcoming courses. lights were used in the foliage surrounding the outside area. Cheeseburgers, pizza. ''Trench tried, .u40ulwasdInj, ,, "',
Beginning Floral Design 2/23.3/29.Tues.,7.10 p.m., $18. Refreshment tables were covered to the floor in white chiffon skirts.'An milkshakes, O J QuaII'' ,f'LEILAsOe8naGlrrkH6p
Advanced Floral Design 2/25-3/31, Thurs., 7-10 p.m.18. 'assortment of buffet foods canapes, hor d'oeuyres< and other party. foods .mIK.hakes.rbundayt Wednesday" Hamburgers.TOrndug, .trencn. lne, :; :.. 1"-:1'" ;::. ; '
Computers for Beginners 2/ -:t/21. Mon..7-10 p.m,'$17. were on silver trays and serving dishes. : (Cheeseburgers, corndog trench' '. /
CPR/First Aid 1/25-2/10, Mon & Wed., 7-10 p.m., $5 plus book. Attending the guest register was Miss Karen Hileman.;'Coordinating the 1 Kids/Discipline (How to Get Your Kids to Do the Things You Want Them Tp wedding reception was Mrs. Gene Coble assisted by Mrs. Randall Smgletary Friday! Hamburger, pizza, corndog franco" STAHkE.' PI Host '
Do). 2/1, Monday 7-9 ., Free. i and Mrs. David Stancil. fries, milkshakes,O J. ;
..Child Care Certhjrcation (Make-up ClassesPlease) call for information. Centering the bride's lace covered table was a' three tiered white wedding salad Each bar day or sludenta they may nave purchase a lunch
AU classes Tequire pre-registration.. For information, call 964-6150 or cake with six additional.singlelayers arranged around,,the tiered cake..
'gnLIL*>x199880Ydad,322 (UIIH" '1'11',.:.. ,.". t.rl'.JH Layers were separated by tall pillars:A lighted flowing fountain was centered .1 ..
nLdut rL:': .: ,?...a I.II, < 2f M-. .. ? ?? .-. ,. v ( ". ;,"", rnd, beneath the bottom' layer,Featured on the descending stairwells were hand- ''Ntvrr put off 'lit tomorrow Our .JCIHUCITIL
s" painted figurines depicting the wedding'party. '
UDC Weeks Chapter Has The cake was topped with handpainted wedding bells. On each side of the 'what IOU can put on'toiayh < \< < i.sited ,;';\,
cake were five-light silver candelabras. Cutting the bride's cake were Ms.Jan "
iProgram on Lee' and Children Thomas, Gainesville and Mrs. Jim Tomlmson of Keystone Heights. ,Safe Continue
'.IJw' The groom's table held a large porcelain Precious Moments wedding party $rouP ox '

bt At their regularly scheduled meeting the Weeks Chapter pf the UDC has a ,figurine. The two layer chocolate groom's cake was separated by pillars and '. Dresses :, ""r
***: historical program on Robert E. Lee and children.. topped with a small Precious Moments bride and groom. 20 O/ '
0)i Lee married Mary Anne Randolph Custis and they were both descendants The punch table was covered with a white chiffon table skirt. Serving from CotkCailDresses
of great and influential families. Theirs. was a happy union and they, had seven crystal punch bowls were Ms. Kim Donahoo, Gainesville Mrs. Mike Jarosz of Suits \",
am children. Keystone Heights and Mrs. Mike Redlin of Orlando. '
X-'I.V' President Mildred Weisgerber presided over the meeting. A devotional pro- The Quaker lace cloth covering the gift table was first used by the bride's .,,S/jrts. .. Blouses to ":'",jr .'
the late Mr. and Mrs. C. the r
great-grandparents, Rudolph Pekoe on occasionof '
r '
no Christine Lawson. "
was given by Chaplain ,
gram their 40th wedding that took place in 1950. Sweateir.'Lingene': .' : '" t! ,,
used anniversary : ;
oil Groupings of our national flag,State flag and Confederate flag were as 'I '
," "
?-i the luncheon tables with red place mats. Following a wedding trip to North. Carolina the couple will. reside in 0 Ii, '.
.1, I centerpieces on Keystone Heights." ', Stacks Accessories, 50%'jt ,: ". ,
?H The bride is a 1986 graduate of Keystone Heights High School and is1 1 From'our regular stock"' .'Orf4 ,
,employed by the law firm of Salter Feiber and Yenser in Gainesville: ; '
"i Engagements: .' ,gomery-Ho/der/ The bndegroom is a 1984 graduate of Keystone Heights High School, and is i All Sales Final ,f& More

Canova-Schluter/ ,, Wed New Years Day employed by Clay Electric, in Orange park* AQ7tidndtu : t\'e Carry1W1ldr'{

t\f\ Debra L. Montgomery' daughter Petitesi;:fifiet <* -arge'.,5ids,
t = NariIMlIIu'lrmyJay: ,
.1 ;". To Wed Feb. 2 of
of Donald and Hazel Montgomery i .' I'
x4w 'Miss Kym' Lucille t Schluter and Starke, and Johnny L. Holder, son of Did You Know.... 1 TKf Store hat Jttoays' '

I j; George A. Canova Jr., will be'mari Linda Miller of Starke were united noon'at 'Fri' and Mrs. Gilbert Crosby; Mrs. 'Jo Ann's Valentine '. qiflu\S !, 'Leila's
v"7'' i ried at the First Baptist Church ofsw in marriage January 1st at 12 Joe Balhnger Mrs. ,Janet, Keith,' '
of God of Find tho RED RIBBONS
Starke on Saturday Feb. 6 at 2 p.m.' the Church Prophecy Mrs..'' Terry Reiske, Mrs.* James
4rlr; I A reception honoring the couple Inc. by Rev W 'L. Thornton 'ot Blackshear and Mrs. Herbert for "Hearty"' Savingst Dress',& G tShop
will follow the at the Starke: annual
Thomas the '
ran ceremony Maid of honor Brenda Holder, Bradford Square Shopping Center i9&4'-505t ; ;
Starke Woman's Club was meeting of the Daughters of the King 504 W. Call St. Starka 964-8547, ,
Invitations have been mailed to and bridesmaid was Claudia Lind- held at the Episcopal Church Con- Store Hour: Monday-Saturday 9305.30: tella't Visa Mnstercard'fiV ; 1 ,

'out of town guests only. AU family berg. Best man was Matthew Elton Montgomery ference Center at Camp .Weed on .' ., ''I
members and Interested friends are and grooms-man was Jan IS.IPLOMA ;
Saturday ''
: invited to attend the wedding and flower Miller.girl.Laura Willoughby was. \ NOTICE'OF PUBLIC HEARING :}; ::;//\-L'\

reception. AND STATEMENT OF, It" ; !


iw.ZJS. Storke ,964-5451: The! .City of Hampton'Is' applying t to the 'Florida I Department( Community Affairs (DCA}'.fo ,

f.iVbhi Open Euery: :Night Earn a grant under: neIghborhood, revitalization category in the' amountof, $129,305.00 under

,,,..........................:...r.i$2.00.SPECIAL your High' t the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG:; ) program For.each: activitythatis"proposed ;: :: ; ,

;A J JSol. School at least 51% ofthe,, funds must benefit low and moderate income persons.: The

1.f'' ': & Sun. 5:00: Show t t Diploma ,by activities,:dollar amounts:' and the''estimated ',percentage, benefit,, to l low and, moderate! ,.Income.

r'!' : Showing I I i persons for which the City.Is applying'are. : ';j'l'':' 1
... to' ,...__._,J.Tuesday., ..,..... ..,. .. ..- taking the GED ; 111, <',' :.:1

mr i: Starts Friday Jon 22 ACTIVITY ACTIVITY 'ACTIVITY %BENEFITTO '. '..;"I' .' ,

STEVEN.SPIELBERG'Sbatteries test. For further.information NUMBER NAME COST, ',',<, LOW/MODERATe: ,', ',1''.,>;1)W, ,

'* notincluded call : I INCOME PERSONS"' ",,';'."!;:(,...j'':'fii{<( '

",,t Iii l
964-6150..The 019a Water Facilities $ ,35.000.00100% ," ,",!t: .

., "m\\ 019c Water Hoo -Ups'' '$, 2550.00 100% '. .'..: ,:.::."

Friday 7:00 Only deadline forregistering a 17' Street Improvements $ 80,000.00 100%. I." ', .i.\\.
A Sun. 5:00 A 7:00 '
,Sat '
Cy fjl'. 181 'Administration S 11755.00 N/A 'j i ,
Mon.Thur.7:30 .
wt, '' '
is TOTAL GRANT REQUEST $129,305,00 '
;Non> ; .

..sawrtTSt- February'4,1988.Testing'' The City of Hampton plans to minimize displacement,of persons as a result of planned.COSO.

J93 .' RAW funded activities In the following manner, : no displacement proposed under this project. '"
[!!J JI dates If any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities the City will assist such ,

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

I cidG: Frt, Sat Sun. 9:00 Only Monday, 'Tuedsday, ,, and Urban Development's regulation that Implements the' Uniform Relocation Assistance and

a Ij ;, "SCREEN TWO .' Wednesday and Real Property Acquisition Policy Act of .1970. ,

I' Mt r, A statement of the proposed FFY 1987 CDBG project Is as,follows:'The City CDBG projectIs
I ldnr'1m.. I'CSV.!' THROW' o.j say Thursday r February: a neighborhood revitalization project. The City undertakes Water' Facilities, Water HookUps -
MV 1&0 crylai
I' and Street Improvements I In the designated target area Hampton Villa. Total project costIs
8-11,1988., 129305.00 and 100% of the project cost will benefit low and moderate Income persons.A .

l ;5i1003<> 'THE TRAIN (SFriday. v..J copy of the, grant application may be reviewed all 08 E. ''Call St., Starker. Florida

< 7:05 ft 9:05 Monday through. Friday, ''from 1:00: p.m.: to' 5:00: p.m., For further' Information contact, Lind
9 .
baa sot: Sun. 5:05. 7:03 9:05 Get Yours! VWIOldlQ a Day' or John Mooshie, ((904) 9648902.(7 .
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Church Chaffer '''H''.. ... .. .. ... ... .... .. .., ;y 1978 BHS Class'' I

Local/ Disabled Veteran and Lee 15 months old.'David Is' 21 Meeting Jan.. 25

and comes here from Virginia. For Reunion Plans ,
Tells Woman's Club "What Zion's Rest Baptist song. On Jan.and 31 preaching there will service be an all-day at the The 1978 Class of.J Bradford High ,

School will have. meeting on Monday ,
To Have Guest Speakers church. During the morning worship I
music Jan. 25 at T p.m. in the BoardRoVnt
services, there will be special \
The American FlagMeans'Mrs. / Zion's Rest PrImitive' Baptist provided by David and Kristi at Santa Fe Starke Center.
Charles San- made for a class reu-
Church will have Elder McNeill and message by David Plans will be
dage of Donaldson Ark., and Elder McNeUl. This service will start at nion this summer.
Pat Scoggins; i Norman Asbell of Shreveport, La., 10:4S a.m.'Dinner will be served in
Special to The Telegraph' the United States White stands for y 'as guest speakers at their ,church the fellowship hall from 1-2 p.m. and<
"What the American Flag Means purity, red for bravery and blue for Friday,Jan. 29 at 10:30: a.m.attend. a very special afternoon. service will
Invited to
to Me," was the theme of a program truth and loyalty, Everyone is be from :2-4 p.m.
presented by Mr. Wayne Hardee, to Our forebearers always had banners Mid-Winter RevivalAt Id the afternoon' service, special JoAnn's Valentine
the Starke Woman's Club, at their or flags to lead them into battle guests will be The Singing Fitch ,
regularly scheduled luncheon and if a bearer fell, another came Lawtey BaptistThe i+, Family from Tenn. and the Smyrna Find the RED RIBBONS' .
meeting, at noon, Jan. 13. forard to carry the flag onward. Church of Baptist Church singers and other
Hardee, a disabled Vietnam War We need to revive pride in the flag Lawtey'will First have Baptist a mid-winter church singers who will )participate for "Hearty"'Savings!

'veteran, is' a Bradford county and show it the respect it has earnedat revival Feb. 1-5 at 7 p.m. nightly in our afternoon gospel sing, follow 504 W.. Call St. Stark .964-8547
native and a taxidermist by profes- all times. Fitch ed by a message by David McNeil
with Rev. Don as guest
sion. Fiut shop Is near Lawtey,wherehe Mrs. Herbert Thomas, president Pastor Grayson McNeill extendsan
lives with his wife Kathy, and conducted the business meeting ana- r evangelist.The Fitch Family from invitation to all to come and joinus
three children. Mrs. Jack Trawick had, the Devotional singing in this special all day service.
Milan Tenn., will provide special
Hardee told the club members the program. 1..1. music, each as well as other ,," .',.,,'.
average age of a World War 11 Patriotic colors of red, white and night
veteran was twenty-six compared to blue were used throughout the Suzanne SharpeSharpe.Mester singing groups McNeill Invites
clubhouse. The head table was Pastor Grayson
'nineteen for the serviceman in Vietnam -
covered with a lace cloth and had a 'and encourages everyone to attend

"The average soldieraventto Viet- centerpiece of red, white and blue this week of special' meetings. ',,; fl./.7,....'
nam a boy and overnight grew up to flowers with miniature flags flankedby /
become a man when faced with the a Betsy Ross costumed doll and Plan March WeddingMr. Lawtey First Baptist 1 BUS
grim realities of war,"said Hardee.It Uncle Sam ceramic hats filled with Calls Assistant/ pastor'The c, ',," ,
was ,the horrors of war that red, .white and blue flowers. Each ,and Mrs. Samuel' Ronald Church of : STOP ,,Y
made him realize how much the table bad a similar centerpiece of Sharpe of Gulf Breeze announce the First Baptist the ,
American flag meant to him as an red, white and blue flowers. The engagement of their daughter Lawtey is happy Assistant to announce Pastor ;)" J} "
individual, he said. Each morning walls of the club room had paper Suzanne Williams Sharpe to Matthew calling,of a'new David McNeill.He r
seeing the flag gave him the courage red, white and blue ornamentationwith i Boiet Meister, son of Mr. and and youth Director, Jan.
and inner strength to fight for the figures of George Washingtonand Mrs Charles Lewis Meister of Gulf will begin his duties Sunday, "iI
"freedom and democracy that he had Abraham Lincoln grouped Breeze. 31.
wife Kristi will also'be
David and his
come to realize it represented. one wall. Small American flags were Miss Sharpe is the granddaughterof in charge of the church music.
Hardee spoke movingly of the moment placed at each place setting. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Williams ofSeagrovebeactl
have two children.,'Ashley; 3,
he.. realized he' had been Mrs. W, B. Scoggins, Public Affairs ', and Mrs. Samuel They .,. ,
seriously wounded. "To me the red Chairman,was in charge of the Volney Sharpe and the late Mr. .. ,.1, ,' :-: :.
stripes in the flag will always stand program,'assisted by her committee Sharpe of Millbrook Ala. Suzanne is "I 'i'',"
for the blood shed by Americans Mrs. Vera Lewis; Mrs. L. H. a December, 1987 graduate 'of Social Briefs'. ,. ,' ,
i from all walks of life who have made Gibson Mrs. E. A. Hall, Mrs. F. J. Florida Stale University, majoringin ';'.,"
Shaw Mrs. L. T. Young and Mrs. J. ,
great sacrifices to preserve the Merchandising. ;
freedoms we are privileged to enjoy D. Warren. Committee' members Sylvia Reddish'Receives :
.every day of our lives," he said. would like to thank Mrs. Ervin Andrews Mr. Meister is 'the' grandson of Award
Hardee spoke about the beginnings Bradford High School Mrs. Homer fioiet McLendon
of American independencewhen Library, Mrs. Norma Donn of Brad (Florence Matthews}of Gulf Breeze Liberty National Life Insurance'
great leaders, who looked to ford Florist and Mrs. Susan Starling and the late Dr. McLendon, formerly Company selected Sylvia Reddish as ".,, M". /
.of Lawtey Elementary School for of Starke and Orlando, and Mr. r \, '
God ,for guidance, came together' honor agent of the quarter for the' I':
'and formed the. original thirteen their kindness in furnishing decorations and Mrs Walter Helmut Meister of Gainesville District. The'' award is "
states. for the club. Bismarck, N.D. Matthew receivedhis given each quarter in recognition; of .: .;./, .',
They very carefully chose the colors Mrs Wayne Hardee was a guest of Bachelor 'of Arts degree in top sales performance and I superior 1.':'. '
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red and the club with her husband. History from the' University of ,. ,
white blue to represent service to policy i owners ,'." '.,.
Florida in 1984, He is manager for Liberty National Life is a part of }
Blinder, Robinson and Co., Inc., in:' Torchmark Corporation .Birgm-

Jr. Women's Club Active Tallahassee. ingham, Ala.,, based financial in-.
I ,A March (S\ wedding is planned. 'stitution' with' over. $::1.5 billion, in '
Jn Civic 'Community ProjectsThis'past ,\,'.
[ Kasey EavesCelebrates ', i.t .."' ;,
year was fun'and Interesting -"' 'mothers and newborns of the club,'of r 1st Year I .. \.'\ <- : .. .','- ..:.. _I..J... ,a,...o'10

here in Starke, due In part 'which there were three this past JoAnn's Valentine Renee Eaves of '
Kasey daughter
: Kristen born to Cindy ANOTHER SATISFIED CUSTOMER. rAllNew
to the commitment, enthusiasm year
RIBBONS and Vickie Eaves of
Jay Lawtey,
Find RED
DeValeno, the book "Pea Patch
plain old hard work of the,Starke
with '
her first birthday a /,
Junior Women's Club! Jig"; Molly, born to Debbie Flynn for Savings! '
Maybe you were present 'when the book "The Ugly Duckling"; and "Hearty" ,family party January 6. for 1988 j
Miss Tammy Morrow was crowned 'Jake, born to Lisa Prevatt, the book > 504 W. Ca liSt, Starke 0 964-8547 Four generations of EarlyEaves'and Healthier' '
three generations of Niculas 20% Faster
Strawberry Queen and awarded a. "Bear Shadow" .
$2,000 Scholarship Fund at the very: Overall, the Jr. Women's Club did gather cake at the and Eaves ice cream home,in followingthe Lawtey'for Join Now and Save !
25th Annual contribute generously of their time ,' '
special Strawberry' :
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Pageant. "The Silver Strawberry and efforts to raise funds to finance opening of Kasey's: gifts. "U'f" : '. ,

..Edition'1 had many returning programs that were beneficial to our \..
queens present and they were community. Special thanks to our r "
honored. This community function is 1987 Officers: President J6in Hall, NEW QUICK SUCCESS'PROGRAM '
organized by, the Starke Junior 1st V.P. Jan Norton 2nd V.P. San- .
Women's Club and was earned out. dra Crawford, Treasurer"Paula "
under the direction of club members Register ,and Secretary' Jennifer
Sandra Crawford and Lorna Red Haas. ,' Would like to welcome '

dish. You c on seeing more Oq Wednesday,'Feb. 20 we held ., :T -Join NowMpr OatetS* ,

news soon regarding when to applyto our end of the year banqutUo install: ", .. Rev, JamesP.arrist ., 3Q .n 5ettorcoredialiy aWe J>..*.** .*" .. w-. *."" -y i *.. >. ..
enter the 1988' Strawberry new officers and reveal<< Secret: Pals. .", ... .ave.$1 O ...Jt' .,,, !, ', ,
Pageant. Our new officers are: President invite one :and 'all to come <.
The Home'' Life Department Oft ,Lorna Reddish,1st V.P.Diane Simp- .ab.vSTARKE :. '

ficer, Tammy Winkler, assisted by,/' son, 2nd V.P. Tammy Winkler, id hear our new pastor proclaj "
Joan Hall, organized the 1987 St. Treasurer Register and '
Valentine's Day Dance at the Secretary Tracy Wells d's w I : 1st. United Methodist Church, ", .
Woman's Club for the Sunshine'Acres Lorna says, "My motto for this H 230-A '
'' clients. year is 'Success with Simplicity',' 'Walnut &. Jefferson Streets ; '
Paige Rearick along with other and that she would like to see the '
members operated a Coke Wagon at club strive to help the needy in the Tuesdays 7 pm .' '
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the 5th Antique and CollectlbleShow. Bradford County area ,Have you been paying more than "
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you X'.V: : : '
and Sale in March, which turned out t ::4 .i'l"' ". .
to be a successful financial venture. :Local Citizens Pay should forCopyMachine 'TOLL-FREE IN FLORIDA I' ,I",." .' './
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Christie Torode, past and current
Tribute to King Sunday Rental? :
Conservation Officer, organized 1-800-342-9155. I" I. ,
several projects this year, one of Bradford County 'citizens paid Start the Year' off right with a machine :
.. which was the operation of a cotton .tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King that ,-.U.9.f.. '
candy booth at the Keystone Hts. Jr., by gathering at the RJE gym reasonable to rent.

Labor Day Art Show. This was successful last'Sunday to celebrate the slam $45.00 per month minimum rental ,.2\.J" 'H""Y---Y30. I.
and fun in spite of the working -. ,civil rights leader's I birthday. >.*. ,* end to good In A...30 only.

club members being lightly Numerous church Choirs, a youthgroup copy cost. ?- _.:.. _.._. vv Otter Mtnhwt vMd ont/tor no Art*_soul nnowli on**
,dusted with pink and blue sugar by soloist and male ensemble VV "Al Wort" MM-Innor Clratorogranu. -
the end of the day.If provided, music during the threehour' For,information call the Office Shop, 110 onw not...... IUi
you attended the/ Starke Festivalof program that also offered West Call St. Starke Fl. 904-964-5764 .ny oth.r.,_...raw.
Arts in October, have WEIOHT/ WATCHERS'QUICK fUCCMtfV._ __.... .,...
you may enjoyed special salute to black businessmen, 1. *l '
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a .bag of chocolate chip "'-I, .1N.W.lhl W.lehra InlonwUwul.All rtghl. nnLnM.
women and public officials.,
cookies popcorn or boiled peanuts Charles Chestnut III; President of - -- -- -
from the'Starke Jr., Women's Club the Fla. ;,School Board Assn., introduced -'
booth., the guest speaker Rev,T.
Perhaps you were one of the many'' A:'Wright of Gainesville.Rev d
who enjoyed a fabulous meal civil Listen !
Wright,a veteran rights- Up
prepared served by .the Jr.Women's leader, has spent many years
members for the din-< I fighting discrimination and worked
ner theater production of the Neil
with Dr. King in the mid-tiOs.
Simon comedy, "Lo and Behold"
Rev. Wnght's inter
performed so well by the Bradford rupted numerous message times by was applauseas

ti Community Players' at the Woman's. he encouraged the audience to Kentucky Fried
Club in
November. ,
keep the dream alive and become
Several other community service
dreamers, too. "When a man lives
projects were' also carted out this year, such as Thanksgiving and "
lose the of
significance living,
Christmas food baskets for ,
families. This handled needy' he said. One must be creative, use
was Tammy
by -
Winkier' with donations from his'own intelligence and talents...
and be willing to WORK to make a
Becky Jones promoted the donation -, better life for himself and his com-
of VCR blank tapes to the Brad munity, admonished Wright. Got A Deal
ford School Board for use by the The works of several young artists
History and English Departments.. was also displayed in the gym..

Dept.Christie donated'Torode's VCR .Conservation bank: tapes for '

the Science Dept. LOTTERYTICKETS For Tftm !
..The Jr., Women's Club also
donates a new book to the BradfordCounty

:Library .in 'honor of new ON' SALE HERE ,/

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JoAnn's Valentine Lottery Tickets" If//11' Snack Plus., _- ,Nugget pinner, II 9,,pc. 'Value Pack II '3, pc.. Dinner I

6 Kentucky Nuggets 'f .

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Crispy: Chicken, mashed mashed potato and gravy Extra Crispy' Chicken, large Crispy Chicken, mashed 'I
I potatoes and gravy and 1 Buttermilk cole slaw and 1 biscuit. Cou I mashed potatoes, large gravy. I' potatoes and gravy, cole slaw ancf ,
biscuit with this coupon. large salad and 4 buttermilk bis-. 1 biscuit with this
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Starke 'Little' School (formerly Small World) 7 white/dark orders and may any other special offers. Limit! good only for: combination white/ I ton white/dark( orders and may r
not be used with any other special 4 per coupon. Customer pays dark orders and may not be used not be used with any other special I ,
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i \ South Range 22 East, West .half of action to Set ,Aside Fraudulent Conveyances
; South of the Wannee Branch of the one Section Thirty-one, cone lot of car met consigned. to
I., Seaboard Airline Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT PARCEL, ; All that part of the fractional Township Six South Range Twenty-Two Stewart Toyota, ftvert Fl*., Declare Trust Fraudulent and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT S 3/4 of NE. 1/4 lying of East Bradford Florida alternativelyto, Appoint Successor
2 acres,'more or less, northerly County ; said -one tot of chair end pens consigned *.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT described: a* beginning at particularly a the center line of Alligator Creek and parcel being more particularly described to Shirley Carpenter., Bee Reran fl., Trustee, and Request for Temporary Injunction
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY set at the Intersection of the East of lake Rowell. N Vi of N V4 of NE .a* follows: .to satisfy freight and storage charges, ( hot been filed against you In
FLORIDA Westerly right of line of State Road 1/4;; all In Section 1 I. ,Township 7 South COMMENCE or a 6"x 6" concrete under the provision of Section 4b( ) of th. above styled court. You are further
,/ Cota No. M-33-CA 100A and the way Range 21 East. monument found at the Southwest corner Uniform standard Bill ef Lading. notified that in said action Plaintiff I I.requesting
of lineof
IN RE: Th. Adoption of the Southerly right way Sold land, containing 402 acre, moreor of said Section Thirty-one and run Gator Frelghtway. Inc. that the Court set aside the Interest ,
Wannee of
Branch the SeaboardAirline
,CINDY INNOCENT and less in Bradford County Florida, are North OO04'S9" East, along the Westerly CarrierPro of Defendant Crlsanta Sun
PETER EMMANUEL JEAN.PIERRE. I Railroad direction and run the thence ofo"oldW."erly I In aSoutherly subject to right of way for public roads Boundary thereof" 1313.13'feet to a 02.002631 dtd 10/22/87: dusadee In certain parcels of real property
,' ( Minor*. along and for drainage ditch. found 6'x' concrete monument for the fro 02.817452 dtd 10/8/87 In Bradford County. Florida' a*
, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO right of way line of said road LESS AND EXCEPT: ,Point of Beginning, 1/14 2tchg follow.
: FATHER OF ABOVE-NAMED 140 feet to a point on the North line of From Point of 1/21
MINORS. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Beginning thus described legal' description of all parcel
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 which point I* 1110 A PARCEL of land containing 9.56 continue North 00"04"9" East, along available ollh. Clerk of Court Bradford
feet East of Northwest cornet,of NW 1/4 acre, more or less, and lying In the sold Westerly Boundary, 639.87 ,feet to a SURPLUS SALE County Courthouse, Starke Florida ,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED than'an action for of SW 1/4, thence continue In a Southerly West one.half of Section Thirty-one, set Iron rod: thence North 86051'44" East, The Bradford County School Board I is You are required to serve a Written
th. adoption of minor children hot ban 'line direction along said road tight of way Township Six South Range TwentytwoEast 438.74 feet to a set Iron rod, thence- having a "clean house surplus ale". copy of your defenses, If any, to the action
filed and you or. required to .."" o,, 70.23: feet to a concrete' monument Bradford County Florida, said North 8830'04' East, 87.68 feet to a Set Everything must gal I on Plaintiff attorneys' whosenames
copy of your written defenses If any on thence continue along said right of way parcel being more particularly described Iron' rod, thence North 0/*1740" West, ,come to the Operation Center at 519N. : and addresses are TERENCE M,
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., ptltlonw at'tornay South 6 degrees 2 minutes ,and 50 a* follow.: .6.76 feet to a set 'iron rod: thence North Orange Street Stark to 'look over' BROWN and DARLA JEAN
what address la P. O. Drawer seconds West 125.43 feet to a concrete COMMENCE AT a 6"x6" ,onc.t.monum.nt 813041'' East 761,541 feet to an Iron rod 'the material and equipment up for sale CHRISTOPHER TERENCE M: BROWN
938, Stark, Florida 32091. on or before monument at the beginning of a curve, found at the Southwest coy.nee set on the Westerly Boundary of the to the highest bidder, PA., Post Office Drawer 40, Starke,
February 22 1988. and file the original said curve having a radius of 440.26 feet of said Section Thirty-one and run Right of Way of County Road 100A (also Call for appointment or come on by to Florida 32091 on or before FEBRUARY 22,
with the clerk of thl.court either before And being concave. to the Northeast, North 00"04"59" East'along the Westerly' known as Edwards Rood) (formerly State look over the Items for ,sale, Phone 1988 and file the original with the Clerk,
service on petitioner attorney or Immediately thence In a Southerly direction along there Boundary thereof 1953.00 feet to a ser Rood S 100A), said Westerly boundary '964,6800, ext. 76. of this Court, either before service on
thereafter: otherwise' a of sold curve and along said Westerly Iron rod, thence North 86.51'44" East, being on 0 curve concave to the Northeast All material! and equipment will go to the Plaintiff' attorney Immediately
default will be entered against you for right of way line, a chord distance of 438.74 'feet to o set Iron rod, thence end having a radius, of 449.26 the highest written, sealed bid. Bids will thereafter: otherwise a judgment will be
the relief demanded In the petition. 84 57 feet la a concrete monument ..oldchod North 6830'04" East, 87,68 feet to a set ,feet? thence Southeasterly along said be opened at the Operations Center.519, entered for the relief demanded In the
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this distance having bearing of South Iran rod thence North, 041740") West, Westerly Boundary and along the arc of N, Orange St., Starke, Fla. 32091: ,on Fri. Complaint,
,court.on this 19th day of January 1988. 0 degrees 38 minutes and 50 seconds ,6,76 feet to a set Iron rod for the Point of .said curve, 193.93 feet as measured day Feb. 19, 1988 at 2:00 p.m, WITNESS my hand and official seal of
GILBERT BROWN CLERK Wet thence South 86 degree 34 Beginning From Point of Beginning thus 'along a chord having a bearing of South S/212tchg |/28 this Court on this 19 day of January
,By Deputy Clerk minute and 20 seconds West 218.28 feetto described continue North' 04*,17'40'' 640Q7 46' East, to a set concrete monument 1988 ,
1/214tchg 2/1> a concrete monument, thence North 6 West, 799.07 feet to on Iron r/od// set on ; thence South ,37*34'48"' West, GILBERT. BROWN
; degrees 2 minute and 50 seconds East the Southerly Boundary of the Right of 870.17 feet to a set Iron rod thence IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CLERK OF THE COURTBy
"' .. 210 feet to a concrete monument thenceIn Way of the Wannea Branch of the South 891841"West, 923.22 , the OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Beulah Moody
a Northerly direction and parallel to Seaboard System Railroad .(formerly Point of Beginning. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ,Deputy Clerk
the Westerly right of way line of said Seaboard Airline Railroad), thence WITNESS my hand and official seal of BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ,/21''' 4tchg 2/11 Ff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Slate Highway 210,23 feet to a concrete North 86'18'50" East, along said Southerly sold Court this 4th flay of January?1988. Case No. 87.643.A
EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT. IN AND monument thence EO.'erly'along the Boundary, 470.49 'feet to- on Iron rod GILBERT, BROWN SUTHILAK SUNOUSADEE
FOR, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Southerly right of way line of Seaboard set at an Intersection with the Westerly Clerk of Court tPlalntiff, f r.
Case No 87-239 Airline Railroad 210.23 feet to point of' Boundary of a parcel described O.R.B. By Beuloh Moody ,vs e
FEDERAL LAND BANKOF COLUMBIA beginning all In Section 31, Township 6 58, P. 447, of the Public Records of said Deputy Clerk CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE; KIERT SUN-
Plaintiff South Range 22 East County thence South. O5*56'14" West t72lchgt14NOTICE DUSADEE 'a* Trustee' of Sundusodee
v. PARCEL B- Six acre In Southwest corner along the Westerly Boundary of said Leasing Trust, GISAYA SUNDUSADEE N
THOMAS: I. KENT and MARCIA S. KENT of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4, bounded Wilt parcel 205,22 feet to a concrete monument and SUNSHINE SUNDUSADEE, CRISANTA,
his wife, ARELYNE PACHO and ARELYNE by West line of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4. North found ot the Southwest Corner OF INTENTION SUNDUSADEE AND KIERT SUNDUSADEE. The pipayo is a highly
'PACHO a/k/a ARELYNE B. PACHO a* by State Road S 100A East by private thereof (also being the Northwest Corner TO REGISTER ,Individually nutritious food, an excellent
Personal Representative of the Estate of road South by South line of NE 1/401 SW of parcel described Ir O,R.B.: :205 FICTITIOUS NAME Defendant. I source of protein minerals
BENITO UYVICO PACHO a/k/a BENITO f/4 of Section 31" Township 6 South P. 46, of said Public Records), thence Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTIONTO and fruit aclda.
PACHO, Deceased, and DAVID SILK Rang. 22 East continue South 0556'14'West along the ,Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that KIERT SUNDUSADEE and CRISAN
PARCEL C: All of Section Township: Westerly' Boundary of last said parcel the undersigned Tracy L. Moore, P.O. TA SUNDUSADEE Individually and as -
Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE 6 South Range 2T East lying South 01Railroad 209.91" feet to a Concrete monument Box 23 Melrose, Fl. 3J444, sole Trustee of the Sundusadee leasing :- FREE
NOTICE I I. hereby given that, pursuantto LESS AND EXCEPT Fractional W found at the Southwest. Corner thereof, Owner, doing business under the firm Trust, their heirs and assign, and SUN ,
Final Judgment In Foreclosure, Vi thereof lying South of said railroad' thence North' 8636 45' East; along the name of Tracy's Classic Cuts 486 N, SHINE SUNDUSADEE EXPLORING
entered herein I will sell the property and LESS AND EXCEPT that part of S '/, of' Southerly Boundary of last sold parcel Temple Av.,. Suite ,A, Stark.. Flo. ADDRESS UNKNOWN.
situated In Bradford County Florida; SE 1/4 lying West of the East line.of Lake 217.84 feet to o concrete monument .32091, ,intends to register said fictitious YOU ARE HEREBY NOTICED that on GOD'S WORD
described the SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY Rowell. found on the Westerly Boundary of the name under the aforesaid HOME BIBLE STUDY
attached hereto and by reference PARCEL D: N '/ of N V of NW 1/4. Right ol Way of County Road 100A (also statute. ,. Bible
mode a part hereof, at public sole, to the LESS AND EXCEPT all that part of NE 1/4 known as Edwards Road) (formerly State Dated this 11th day of January. 'The Course is &taught In'your
highest and best bidder for cash, at the ,of NE 1/401 NW 1/4 lying South and East Road S-100A). said Westerly Boundary '1988.,in Bradford County. STARKE. home free of charge.
front of the Bradford of the center line of Alligator Creek, all being the Nor Thi* is a non-denominational ;"
entrance County 'on a curve concave to ,1114 4tpd 2/4 CHURCH OF GOD study
Courthouse In Starker Bradford ,that part of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 lying West ,Ih.os'.ond radius of 449,26 based
; County having a ',' only on what thus\ sail the
I Florida at 11:00 A.M. on the 2nd day of of the center line of Alligator Creek; all' feet, thence. Southeasterly; along sold de ." 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 word of God,*
February, 1988. that port of S 1/2 of NE 1/4 ol NW I/4Iy' 'Westerly boundary and along the arc of PUBLIC AUCTION, John' SpratUn.' PastorWe "
SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY ing Northerly of the center line, of said 'curve, 357,1 15 feet J as measured' NOTICE Is hereby given that on, Invite you to worship WIth us' ?, APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.c.:
PARCEL A! S V4 of SW 1/4 all that pod Alligator Creek all that part of S '/, of ,along a chord having a bearing of South Monday."January 25, 1988 at 10.00 Attended 782-3303
NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying northerly on the 2814' 37" 'clock AM.; the undersigned, Gator Nursery
lion of the S /> of SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 lying East too set Iron rod thence '
West of center line of Alligator Geek: center line of Alligator Creek; and all South BI'3O'41'f West 761.54 feet to the,' Frelghtwoy,, Inc.:,, will sell ot public Sunday School "* ,, loam Ham' Rev Emmett Bright':
NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 and all that part of that port of the SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying Point of Beginning. auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd.'. Rd, Evening Morning Service Worshtp'.ff,ii.iU 6pm To schedule your home bible
of the line of
South S.acres of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying Creek Northerly all In Section center, 6. Township Alligator 7. .A PARCEL ,of land containing 18.99 Jacksonville, Wednesday Youth .v'.., 7:30: pm study, or for additional Information
acres, ,more or less, ,and lying in the

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JV Girls: PLAi:: WulMu' Plu,..
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Now 9-1.

'.- The Bradford High girl junior var, m.AT.PTO /.1.feN
sity basketball team edged 338 by M/IISebll. 65Q OFF
Gainesville last Thursday, ,Jan. 14, 11(5Sebl p.. '
r for their eighth straight win.

It was 21-17 BHS at the half.; But M l.s CIId Tire S.Ierd.yCNDICI
GHS won the third period 11-7 to tie
the score at 28. BHS won the fourth
period 11-10 and game 3938.
Dana Norman led BHS with 12 aAI tlVlt IOOy.COT/0N

points. Pat Allen scored 11 points; LUCERN SALE
1 Anne Taylor 9. STARTSTODAY

"This is another close one for us to VELOUR
win,?* said Coach Sue Trieste. "The
girls are really playing together l
and the long string of wins has not S STRETCH
led to a letdown in their intensity or %
a lack of interest in continuing their

L success The junior"' varsity lady basket 1

.-- bailers now have a 'M record. o 1000Ie COTTON A.s.rt.d widths
.. -- Orange Park, Dec. 8, was the only o POLYESTER COTTON ..d l.l.r. "

I Got a Big One.. loss, and by only one point. iffle*, to*.2Sfd.
MN.r1 u 7 7 ii tt MESH l
Carlos Johnson (holding fish) and Nolan Woodburn caught This big one on ( I II It M
Crosby Lake Tuesday, Jan. 19. ........ (M,", Dona Norman ,4-l/J-U.. Pot .
I The fish is a 14 pound bass caught on a speckled perch jig with a mini All. 4-1/ L....._Jock. _J.1/H.: Ann Taylor. TrshcH.d' 100M. WOOL 3 :
of Lake, 4-l/S-r Arfceva WIIII 12. Total. I.H-4/IS-W.
i now Last week the two caught IS specks out Crosby proving they GoI_ ,
Ma* (M)- tart irlahl S-O/J-10. K.lly
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can becaugh&, there.. Donner e-4/1-13,, labor ,:Wad J-1/7-J. Colby old WOOL .nIDS AID
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A big week is coming up for the 65'0 ALL COTTON
Girl ](Defeats GHS OFF PIIIITS
Varsity 60"wtda $129
,girl basketbailers, with four
gamesin -- ,.....''s...,...,. CORDUROY
a 7-day period:, ,
The Lady Tornadoes took a big guard, gaining' valuable Friday, Jan. at 22. they'' play, ALL I.b.l.r' .65 7. .....' A*/l.W.I... .ml CtWs 65
Keystone Heights home.
'win experience." OFF ar 65 0-.11II10" ." OFF
in a 60-47 decision over 'Complete' ;statistics are not Monday, Jan. 25, BUS travels to CHRISTMAS uuTL OFF ,
Gainesville High five Thursday,; North Marion. BHS beat N. Marion
available for this The Tor- FABRICS &
14, in Gainesville. 33-28 Jan. 5.Tuesday OPEN
A 42-26 Jacksonville' nado players and points scored are!
win over' : TRIMS! POL JESTEI.M conol
last : Felicia Davis 16 pts. 18 rebounds Jan. 26, BHS goes to In- 100POLTESTEN CASEMENT BMPHTFABRICS
Episcopal Wednesday, Jan. 13
gives the varsity girls a 6-5 record. to Carrie Musson pts. 6 rbd., Roberta terlachen. "II IYE'DYE: ::, ''
Jan. 28
date Williams 8 pts., Rhonda Bright 3 Thursday, BHS is at home 65'0 650/0 "ii 6S'-
"We have never, beaten the rbd.. Kendra Butler 8 pts.'7 rbd. Annette against beat Vanguard at home. BHS OFF I.,.,.,.2.91 ,L 1 OFF I...,.,SON rd OFF
Vanguard 32.28 In Ocala
Dec. 3.
Simmons t pt. 1 rbd., Monica
team 'at least since 1
J V times
game are 8 p.m.:The varsitv '
Williams 1 rbd. Total 42 41
6pts. pts. .
have been here said Coach John -I.
girls at 7:30
play p.m.,
Slater;"We are using the fast break rbds.
offense -and it is here to stay," said

BUS 60 .-GHS 47

'. The Varsity Girls Basketball team SERV&TAR 1.I .1 .1'i
jumped off to an 8-0 lead in the first '
minute of play starting right off with ey
the fast break against GHS.:'
c. At the end of the first quarter, the Small lobs
lead was cut to 16-14, .and at, Big Savings on
halftime BHS led the Hurricanes by

"2026.In .\ T
the middle of the third quarter lo A I
,BHS opened the game up with the Now Thru Sat. Ian. 3OSERVIitTAR
half court press and fast break: At ,

'one time in the game, the Tornadoeswere .
up by 19 points. had the 42-26 win Carrie Musson't
With five minutes to play, Eyvelte 5 points and 4 steals Roberta

,Covington and Rhonda Bright fouled : ..-...... .- Alkaline B. the bc'aoamshhadid6 points and 3 steals:
'out of the game."Came Musson and All-Purpose J "and "Annette Sim
Roberta Williams came into the Last, six times longe mona dran the offensive at POlDt

game' and did outstanding jobs 'regular carbon batteries. : pea gaining valuable
holding the lead and preventing the' Roller',Tray Kit, 'paCk "D" "C" ence.
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BUS 42 Episcopal 26

"We'knew this was a weak oppo' 1" x 25' Powerlqckn kuMkret Polished Brass '

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chance to let the non starters show
what they can do, and they did." with Chrome Case 14 Adjustable lalch'lockset' fits exterior door I
In the 42-26 win, Carrie Musson + c widths 2%*or 23/". Backset turn button '
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and Blind! Thursday, Jan 14, and
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BUS 49 w Episcopal 30.. bolt when locked. Standard application for superior germination of seeds.Good when transplanting
The Tornadoes took a strong team i 0 0 I doors V4"" to 2"j V-BO ,b : or.when rooting cuttings.,1-lb.,bag. w?,

to Jacksonville Episcopal for a '
match Tuesday; Jan. 19, and came / $799 99t>
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"The boys have come together asa
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School .?,' '. .
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meet ) '
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for the Deal again in the BHS gym. :
22 BIL4 travels to Clay "
FridaY Jan. '"
County, and Tuesday, Jan 25,' to ,I'I
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January 21: .1986 TELEGRAPH Page IA

J I 2 Wins Improve .. -

87Tornado '
to '
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," inside to Malachl cagers got Jenkins the basketball with 11 Chandler bounder Malachi is the Jenkins leading had BHS 8 re-re' cased'* BUS'63 :, anywhere without beeper.

seconds left to edge S5-M by Lake bounds Pedro Carter 6, and John 'Gainesville High came from ,
Weir in the Bradford High gym behind to take a 69-63 victory over "

Tuesday night, Jan. 10. Bernard Glover of Lake Weir wa the struggling Bradford High five ", ,' .
Last Jan., the Saturday night Jan. 16 on the Hur '
Thursday 14 BBS game high with 30 points. ,, : : ," :,
Middlebufg ricane's home ,
five beat M High court.
played as a team against ',
Saturday,Jan 16,in Gainesville,the Lake Weir Coach Simpson. BHS was up 18-17 after the first ,
BHS live led most of the way but Getting back to says the team concept is a period and 38-32 at the half. GHS .
allowed Gainesville High a fourth' turned it around in the second half to a ,
good thing says Simpson, I
win the third 19-16 and the
period 69-43 come-from-behind win. pointing out the Tornadoes were period d
The two wins leave BHS 8-7 for the'' winning at the beginning of' the fourth 189. BHS, 7-7 overall and 0-4

season: Tuesday's edging of Lake season when they played as a team.* in District 5-3A play led 59-53 with
Weir was the first District 5-3A win Coach Holland Cummings pointedout 5:16: left. Then GHS ((5-10.2-4) came 7l

for the Tornadoes. the Tornado five executed down back. l
A four foot shot in the
the stretch against Lake Weir jump lane a
Upcoming.( .. unableto layup and two free throws and GHS
something the team has been
BHS is idle this weekend. Next do lately. tied the score. With the score knotted \ ,

Tuesday night, Jan. 26 the Tornado rMHoHHIfh /31 114 MU at 63 with 1:59: to go, GHS ran off ,
five hosts tough Ocala l'orestwhich oWo<........ ( It It f 4* six straight points to take the game. ,, y b ,"'",, '
beat BHS 77-60 Jan, 9 in Ocala. O. Ikd.r6 (M)|. "Ivoy 1,1.0/0.1 sow 1.0-J. C..., ", ,"1 expected us to come back,"' S4/ + :
> .
.""", law 0-1/3-1, M. JonMnt.0-9/7-23 J. 4ony. said GUS Coach Brent Wellman. \:, :
Forest and O. Vanguard are probably .. _, ,
"- H OwHflw 1-1/3-4.T : 1,30-13/M-M !
the toughest teams in the lota Weir ((44). kfnot4' Clow ':\-/":JO. Col. "They just.out-hustled us early and i ',...
district, says Tornado Coach a./.-., 0. Wokoma 1,4-1/2-12. tamuol '1-0-1, C they beat us badly on the boards. I I'DTMF \\>
Chester Simpson.: Wolcom 1.0/17.1..1.: l.21-./lS4, couldn't go, to any bigger lineup "

Next Fridayi Jan. 30, BHS travelsto BUS Middleburg 47 because 1 would lose'speed so I had "

Macclenny for a return, match Five Tornado scored in to just keep shifting and hope 1t 4,1
cagers a
with Baker High 'which lost 77-65 ,somebody would wake up. And we a'r. -
double figures for a balanced scoring ". .
Dec 11 to the did. :
Tornadoes in Starke, attack as Bradford High y ,
'., On the other side, Bradford's '"
BUS defeated Middleburg High 66-47 in Coach Simpson said he'd seen that _. ,>
55* Lake Weir 54 boys basketball on the BHS home ,, .
,It was probably the toughest man-' floor last Thursday night Jan. 14. type That's of game a typical too many times.,'' Simpson change beeper1 your ouiQolng"remote.amcu1Cement lets you bten ushg to your ony mesS0Q6s lone phOne.or Unlimited wasted $length.Volce-octlvo1ed control. eImInclt s
to-man defense the Tornado five has BUS led all the way. It was 17-13 ," game space between messapea
said' We did have control. We just Dual standard cassettes.
played this season, .said Coach Simpson. after the first period 35-26 at the Record your ownpersonotlzed Messapecounerrinpselect$ .two-woyrecordktdlcotor,"'.,
don't have consistency. We work ouigolng announcement.
half, 51-40 after three quarters! and any Ughts,can monitor and more, ,
The tough defense allowed BHS to BHS won the fourth period 157. and work and work on those things Toll taw.Machine answers Brat col after(lout rings ujcpeedinp;: .c--: : '' '
win the (fundamentals) 'and execute them Colt after two When colin.ttyee "no'' ." '
fourth period 14-9 and the Sophomore Pedro Carter''Jed BHS you ring!means "
perfectly until the fourth '
game 55-54 over a scrappy Lake: With 13.points Marvin Lane and quarter. messaes. ,
We get into the fourth period and I
Weir five. Malachi Jenkins had 11 each, and .
BHS have no clue to what anything is all FA 6OO. 89.95 FA 15OO 139.93 FA
was up by seven 1-8. after Harold Chandler and Eugene Blye 10points ab ut." 16OO. 179.9S
the first period but slumped in the each. .
second period,which Lake Weir won BHS was 7-6 after the win. Mid- "Every" one of them wants to be a

19-11. Clifford Ivey hit a three point ,dleburg was 7-4 hero ,the coach said. .

shot at the buzzer to pull BHS within It was the first time this year for a OolitawMoHlah' 17 to 111 20 II'' 14 t 691n4h,6NIIk H'' THE @

one 25-27. balanced scoring attack, points out OolitomlUo Hlah (N). K (Town 2-3.7, Johnion OFFICE SHOP
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>Ouvo 2.32.14. Kiln 3-0-1(1.'( total.. :3.34.13-of.
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!I, Then the BHS defense pulled it out, the Bronco half court trap well says S-l-lt, ra,.'.!,.20-.-... .
,,( .:limiting Lake Weir to nine points Coach Simpson, adding which is Let freedom ring.
"",':,OIl'. j' ",Awhile BUS scored points, about its two things we haven't been doing

normal pace. well., "
'CenterMalachi'' Jenkins 8-2. led Coach Simpson pointed out that'' '
BHS with 23 points. Lake Weir was 'Harold Chandler played a good .

about the same height as BHS,so the defensive game, Chandler is about'the 'ot'S.8ving', "s.s
'Tornadoes were able to workthe best all-around player on the

basketball inside to Jenkins BHS' squad the coach says. He can. '
Sophomore Pedro Carter. who shoot from inside and outside,'and is ,, ,

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come along had 11 points. Guard '
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3-0-10' Norman 0-9-1. Total! ,..12..... !
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Harold Chandler came down with : bat,C.wwq 1-0-2,latbor'I 1-0-2.SmlrhOtt.Tatolv ; r lgeSoxes
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Lake Weir 64-38 and Mid on the road to theUalnesvilie High' q, d6

dleburg 45-40' and losing a,, close! ,JV last Saturday Jan. 16. We Have:
56-52 on the road to The shooting slump put BUS \ ,
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basketball team Improved '
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'Tuesday Jan. 26.- Jan.5 In JV five
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BUS 64 Lake; Weir 38 be a 45-40 win.over Middleburg on ,
the BHS floor. .
Leading from the start, the Tornado -, "We were Just not ready to play at : Deductible '
JV five won easily over the the start,".said Coach Oummings. will be 'Tax' mE

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Lt. Col. James Bloodworth of Starke bids a fond .

farewell the Guard after ,4'1'' years of- serviee' UDQii

,.;' By Mark Frledlin so he could stay with his.first love. quickly working his way up the promotion
BCT Surf Writer military service. ladder once again, rising to(
Lt.Col.James Bloodworth said his "I had to take it all the way up to the rank of Master Sgt., then to his
goodbyes to the Florida National tile Adjutant General," said Blood- final (second) rank of Sgt,.Major :in ... I i
Guard in a heavily attended mid: worth speaking at his home in 1985. d.' I
December ceremony after a' Starke,'"He took his time deciding, Nov. 29 was his last active day at .
remarkable career spanning 41 but finally agreed to let me ro-enlist, the Camp, and the veteran soldier ,
years of service to his country on and I did,in June, 1979. It was greatto said he"felt like he was on leave" in
assignments from West Germany,to be back, not that I was ever really the interim between that final day
''Korea and finally here at Camp gone during that time. I knew. it and retirement ceremony,which
Blanding,where he served in a wide- would work out in the end." attracted a large number of friends, I
ranging span of duties working with Bloodworth was promptly promoted and many of the men who had servo peCIG
hundreds of guardsmen and enlisted < to Operations Sgt. and charged ed under him during his many years'of \1
men. with oversight duties in Supply service.
Bloodworth's career also spannedtwo and Services at the sprawling National -. Bloodworth began his service _
final ranks. 1 Guard facility, which annually career with three and a half years of
When the dedicated lifelong hosts thousands of guardsmen and service in the Army, most of the
.soldier found out in 1979 he would be' active duty troops for annual training time spent in West Germany, wherehe r A S a FdYy
forced to retire under the state's sessions. was assigned to,the O.S. Con- s> rG
28-year mandatory service requirements With 'A range'of responsibilities y
he "played all the covering everything from personnel See... Retired...
cards" he had to stay in, actually supervision to coordinating' huge \
'resigning from his Lt. Col. 'rank to food and services supply network for 'Page 11A
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Fresh Water Fish Commission will will be to trap and radio instrument determine long term Survival rates the conclusion of the study, manage: the herd for optimum I
soon begin aa intensive deer studyon 20 does with tracking collars," Conner habitat preference and reliability of scientist hope to have enough addi- growth potential,
the Osceola National Forest. said. "The collars will allow us
'"The study, which is to begin in to follow daily movement patterns Camp Blanding Turkey Hunt Applications Available 'I
January, is designed to determine if and home range size."
1 1y there are limitations to deer herd ex- "The second part of phase one will
.I' pansion in the area,"said Mark Con- be to instrument at least 10 fawns Applications for the Camp Blan random drawing conducted on Feb, turkey stamp,, hunting license, and
I} j ner,wildlife scientist assigned to the after the fawning season. This will ding Spring Turkey Hunts will be 19," Stafford said."Hunters may apply ''wildlife management area permit
Osceola National Forest. determine if fawns survive or at available beginning January 19. for all hunts, but will be selectedfor Residents 65 years of age or more
During the study scientists hope to what stage they die," he said.A "Four hunts are scheduled for the only one hunt." 'who possess a Resident Senior
; learn more about doe and fawn survival unique feature of the radio collar North and South Ranges of the Hunt dates scheduled Include' Citizen, Hunting and Fishing certifIcate
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reliability of census techniques on ,change ton if the animal doesn t Fish Commission. 11-15 on the North Range. ? Florida Resident Disabled Person
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A person ( r ) :
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Before getting his or her first Job ..
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survivor benefits can be paid.. SHAMPOO $ 9
When someone in the family is SHFOAMY !is J I'' 2'9. BOILED $ 69
disabled to, find out if disability "2
benefits can be paid. ?a. $147Ul 15-.. 88 4 GOOD LOOKIM IB. 'HAM .'. . ... ,..,'I
At retirementat 65 for full rate' I "k"N' JUI GOOD COOKIN- AVAILABLE IN DELI STORES ONLY
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A person should sign up for \ HARVEST FRESH WASHINGTON ." NEOPOIITAN. aursscoc.ROYAL or BANANA f
Medicare 2 or 3 months before 65 RID or GOLDINDELICIOUS i I
even if there are no retirement SUPERBRAND $' 38n
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When a persons calls SocialSecurity n ''lit. '. ir; .

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The following I individuals appeared Thornton pled guilty improperturn ,..' ..'" ... \ .I"; \. '.. ""IIV'""..' t. ,....,.... asV 'M tr.. .L'(.; ',..' L ..r-J-'.,.

before Judge George H. ; 60 days probation. # .' '<< .' .J"V ,: :"J". .' ; ...
Pierce in Bradford'Criminal County Traffic John W. Clemens pled guilty .. : >" ,"
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Court Jan. 12. Final DWLS; fined $127.50. "'"..oJ ,.... .,: '!".L'"... ..:.,. / ": .. .. ,
disposition was as follows. Lamar Ardley pled guilty DWLS;; r. ...r. '
presented valid license, dismissed. .y_ :.. .. 1if ., tt ;
John H.Jenson, Jr.pled guilty expired Johnny P. Cribbs pled guilty' F. ( I '..h ;. I
tag; fined $101.25. DWLS; lined $1890. iP I.. .. \ ..; ....... 1 :
Wayne R. Johnson pled guilty ,
Samuel L. Williams pled guilty expired "
tag more than four months; DWLS; fined $101.25. / I/" -'. ......
Walter J. Padelford pled guilty ." _, ,
fined $101.25.Joseph "
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tag; fined$101.25. Kenneth Wayne Shealy pled guilty : .... } y ... y .v IO! -..11'-
Beard pled guilty violation ,of DUI; fined $362 license suspended _' ..-14: .' ': ,..'" ..... '. .. -, '!!'Ja,.' 'ift.' .
restriction; fined$127.50. six months 50 hours community _.. I ., ........... '.- "J :. --., '.-IL or ... -
Lee A. Bass pled guilty expiredtag work attend DUI school Salvation ".. ,' <11, .... _.. .' .. -h,\.\ '
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over four months; Salvation Ar. Army, supervision one year, 1' .,... ,- ." .. ... .- < .
ny supervision six months,50 hours Shealy pled guilty careless driving 1" '

community Bass pled work guilty fined expired suspended.driver, Shea; fined ley $52.pled guilty no driver'slicense ._ I ,,>f.. \,\ ...,.,/ \1 .rJ j .D' I' '- 'ii'I:

license over four months. ; must ob- ; lined $101.25. / ... : ;
tain driver's license. Marion A. Burden pled no conest '.,\I ,1'H" '' .. .. ....... ..'.'
court costs L ( t .
David G. Clay pled'guilty driving Burden ,. ,, r .
with unlawful ; .
charged ,
under the influence (Dull;: fined r- ,
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1625 license suspended six months, speed; fined $92. .. .' .:
attend DUI school 50 hours community Douglas E. Salsbury pled no con- ; .. ,
work Salvatin Army super- test NVDL; presented valid license, ,
vision. $50 court costs. ..
Roy D. Brown pled guilty driving Jack L. Duryee pled guilty DWLS; ".:.,.:' .'41'," .. ..'. '
while license suspended (OWLS);, $50 court costs. ", .. .j.
presented valid license ordered! to Perael Wade Williams pled guilty I .
pay $50 court costs. DUI violation of probation; must > ,
Eric V Carroll pled ,guilty inv complete all sanctions within 60 i'i v
proper tag; 'presented valid tag. days, sentenced to time served i
Robert J. Jeffers pled guilty improper Misdemeanor Court ,"',' .'" '
tag; presented valid tag Lawrence Warnell Smith pled :

dismissed.. guilty possession of alcohol by per _
Kenneth' G. Morgan 'pled guilty son under 21,possession of less than .
bWLS; 60 days In jail, fined $180, 20 grams cannabis; placed on court -
,seek counseling ,Salvation Army' probation six months ordered to pay,
supervision. $100 court costs, on each charge
William V. Forsyth pled guilty violate no laws.
Fire Drill at Heilbron... '
DUI; fined $362 Salvation Army ., Lisa Harrell pled guilty worthless : I
supervision one year attend DUI ,check($34.30)); make restitution and A countywide fire drill was staged Jan.1. In Heilbron Springs.frame EEEK-A-BOO I SEE I YOU, II!
school, write 500 word essay on why pay $50 court costs. structure the former Moore house was used for the drill. Participating
should not drink alcoholic beverage Roy D.Brown pled guilty drinking were, units from Brocket,. Theresa, Lawtey and Heilbron Springs -"
50 hours community work, license ''Intoxicating beverage; $50 court Volunteer Fire Departments.
,suspended six months. costs. Smoke bombs were set In two rooms of the house so volunteers could
Forsyth pled guilty refusing, to Richard, C Haynes; pled guilty practice using pressUre breathing apparatus without the fear of fire priorto The SWINTEC 8012 lets you

sign citation r dismissed. drinking intoxicating beverage; $50 igniting the house. _____ --- see what you're typing
Eric D. Torres pled) guilty expired court costs. Once the house was on fire the firefighters kept the fire contained withno
tag over four months; fined $101.25. Donald Mark Hodges pled guilty danger to other property or person, according to Chief Terry McCai. before you print It.!
Torres pled guilty no valid driver hunting with un and light; fined thy. '
license; fined 10125. $121.5Oooe year probation violate, "
Cheryl R., Jefferson pled guilty no laws, 50 hours community work j--- =.- $649
DWLS; fined $101.25. ,Salvation Army supervision,
,Jefferson pled guilty pnlawful, weapons to be returned after pay Henry Monroe Douglas Jr. pled tion,Salvation Army supervision 50 .
.speed (74-75); fined $94., ment of fine and community work guilty possession of alcohol under 21 hours community work:, in each LCD Window Display, Automatic, Feed,Underscore '
Michael C. Wilkerson pled guilty completed. ,years of age; six months Salvation count. ((20 Characters. ) Center, Return, Decimal, Tab,.
improper tag; presented valid tag. : Mary M.. Carter pled guilty Army supervision violate no-laws, 'Tony L. Clay pled guilty worthless Hyphen .
iismissed. shoplifting; six months Salvation 50 hours community work,$50 court check ($63.99); 30 days court probation '; Computer Interface''
Charles E.Crawford Jr,pled guilty Army supervision ,,75 hours community costs write 500 word essay on why:, $50 court costs, show-proof of '. Wide Carnage ((16V4") in'Standard' 3 Typing Modes Normal! ,Word
DWLS; fined $101.25. work. .' should not drive under the influence restitution. Cabinet 'Line Print,
Myra L Hodge pled guilty viola.: Keith McCoy Jones pled .guilty of alcohol. Thomas Lee Franklin pled guilty: Stencil'Capat
tion of driver license restrictions; battery; fined $180, Salvatio Army reckless diosplay of weapon; 20 days Up to 5 Line Character Correction ili and Blind Typing ., ,
presented) valid Icense dismissed. supervision six months stay away William Richard Martin pled guilty in jail with credit for time served. Memory(or 200 characters) for testing .'.
Lana P. Thornton pled guilty ''from victim, violate no laws. possession of cannabis, possession Kay Elmore pled no contest ,
violation of driver license restrictions Jones pled guilty trespass; fined of drug paraphernalia, posses-' possession of cannabis; $50 court OFFICE: SHOP swlntec.
; ordered to pay$50 court costs $180,Salvation Army supervision six sion f alcohol by person under 21;$50 ,costs, 30 hours community work )
60 days probation. months. court\ costs, six months court proba- under Salvation Army supervision. uO. W. Call St. Starke CORPORATION

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Set for Sunday at 11 Fernando, '.Diaz, M.D., Ph:D., '

Funeral services for Willie D., \
Dell, 83, who died Sunday Jan. 17, is pleased to announce will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday at \.
Pleasant Grove United Methodist the opening of hisneurosurgery .. .a.
Church with burial in the Odd

Fellows Mr. Dell Cemetery.who resided. at 1607 Old practice: > ,

Lawtey'Rd., is, survived by three ., .

sisters Gainesville Doris Della D.Mae Hampton Tyson of of'' in association,'with the ;;; bJI

Starke and Louise Cummings of Neuroscience, Institute of SantaFe-; RElT
Savannah; and one brother Ernest "., ',' ," ,
Dell of STarke. ;, a SantaFe HealthCare center,:;* '\l','('. ""(,
A native and lifelong resident of .' :
Starke Mr. Dell was a farmer. and. and the HenrY.I7"ord. Hospital ;>":', '
131 N. Cherry Street Stark 964-7423
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Miss Church and a member of the Raiford Survivors include his parents, Daniel Ira Thomas of Jacksonville; Serving the area since 1970
Alllsun L. Box Masonic Lodge 82: F & AM.' Robert E. and Lavina Padgett Mar- 4 brothers Jacob Thomas of Citra I
Graveside funeral service were; Survivors include two daughters tin of Lawtey; three brother Earl Thomas of Lake BUtierd 116 N.Stark, Walnut St. I' 6 4 -8 6 8 Nxl to PoDowntown It OMce
held Wednesday, Jan. 13 at Old Providence Ovedia Prevatt of Glen St. Mary andLoed1th Robert L. of Jacksonville, Ronaldand Sheldon of Pompano
Cemetery with the Rev P. 'Ellis of Raiford; sister! Kenneth Martin, both of Starke; David of Vtnmont,Ala t two sisters,
R. Lawson officiating. Mazie Redding of Raiford; four eight sisters,Kathleen Mizell of Mid- Myrtice Raulerson of Middleburg
Survivors Include her parents, grandchildren and one great, dleburg, Diann Gault Mary Sellers and Myrtle Trowell of Ft. White;
Cedric and Lori Box of Worthington grandchild. and Susie Jones, all of; Lawtey; Lib- granddaughter, Cynthia Ann WAREHOUSEOPEN
Springs and twin sister Ashlee Funeral services will, be held by Joiner, Judy ,Northup ''and Bissette of Jacksonville; and half- a
,Lorene; paternal grandparents Thursday at 2:30: p.m. in the New Deborah Martin all of Jacksonville sister, Katie Mae Hewett of S ill
A.C: and Johnnie Belle Box of Lake River New Congregational and Angle Underhill of Starke. Callahan. ,
Butler; maternal Col- Methodist Church at Raiford with Funeral services, were held Funeral services were held 'TO PUBLIC
Rev. Michael Wednesday in the Chapel of Archer''
son and Janice Rimes and B. C. Norman and Rev. Marcus Wood officiating Wednesday, Jan. 20 in DeWitt C. Funeral Home of Lake Butler, with Family\ Designer Shoes
Worthington Springs; Burial will follow in South Jones Chapel of Starke with Rev' Rev.Art Peterson officiating Burial
and paternal Mrs.great-grandparents Johnie Arnold of, Lake Mr. Prong Cemetery in Baker County. Leroy Olive officiating. Intermentwas ,was in Mt..Zion Cemetery under the 10O' of Pairs
in Padgett Cemetery of Clay direction of Archer
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Funeral Home of
Butler and Mr. and Mrs.Alfred Box Hill under the direction of Jones PRO-KEDS CANDIES
-, of Lake Butler is in charge of arrangements. Lake Butler. Any Pair
City maternal great-
Funeral Home of Starke.
grandmother, Mrs. Virginia Betting / Mr. James Lovett Mrs. Donna WarrenMrs. JORDACHE PONY $99V
of Worthington Springs. Mr. Henry Rhoden, Sr., CONNIE PAOLINI
Archer Funeral Home was in f Mr: James "Polka-Dot" Lovett Donnie "Donna" Jean Warren lu.sLip
charge of arrangements. 80, of Starke,died Sunday,Jan.?in Mr. Henry Gerald Rhoden,Sr.,40, 43, of Starke died Tuesday, CONVERSE LOTTO t*
North Fla. Regional Hospital of of Hampton died Monday,Jan. 18 at ,Jan. 19 in Bradford Hospital follow SPAULDING L.A. GEAR RO.OO
Mr. John Crews, Sr. Gainesville, fallowing an extended his residence, following a brief il- ing an extended illness.
lness. Born June 22, 1944 Mrs. Warren
Mr. ,John Crews, Sr., 81, of illness. Born Oct. 8, 1947 in Gainesville, moved to Starke 1V4 years ago from
Law ley, passed away Sunday, Jan. Born Man 13, moved 1907 in to Alapaha Starke,' Mr. Rhoden was a lifelong residentof Atlanta, Ga.She was a homemaker 417 Erfward* M. {Acrs frm r 4frd Sq. Stark*)
Ga., Mr. Lovett
17 at Lake City Medical Center;
He and former BradfordHospital
Hampton. was a carpenter a employee at
35 ; He was a memberof
over ,
following an extended illness. years ago. '
member of Church. and member of'Shi Ion
Church of Starke 9 Hope Baptist a ,
Bether Baptist
Born and raised in Bradford Count Survivors include his wife,Marcia Baptist Church of Green Cove Spr.
,Mr,Crews was the son of the late and a retired heavy equipment Starling Rhoden; three daughters, ings. WE'U TRADE I
Elie and Martha Sapp Crews, operator Survivors with include E.1. DuPont his wife Co. ,Joy Patricia Pamela and Paula Rhoden Survivors include her husband, \\\\\\\\\
former residents of Brad-
pioneer ) WELL
Vera James of Hampton three sons Henry G., ,Willis L. "Sam" Warren of Starke;
White Lovett son,
ford County. He owned and operatedhis Carey Lovett of Adel, Ga.; step-son, Jr., Allen, and Jonathan Rhoden.all 'daughter, Leslie Anne Warren of DLA41 m
fam until his health forced his Harlan F. Dawson of Starke; four of Hampton?mother, Bertha Wilson Starke; son, Harold Samuel Warrenof ALL TIRES MADE IN THE GOOD OLE U.S. of A.
retirement in 1987. He was a
Struthers of Rhoden of Hampton; four brothers, Tallahassee; mother, Anne Sweat
step-daughters, Melody
member of the Pleasant Hope Gainesville and Bonnie Walter,Carl and William Rhoden all of Green Cove Springs five
Terry Coley
Methodist Church of Starke. of and Robert Rhoden of brothers Oral Buck and Cecil Sweatof
ot Hts. and Hampton
Dawson Keystone Radial XL Multi Mile Whitewall
Survivors Include three Starke four sisters, Carolyn Davisof 'Jacksonville, Ray, and Eustus
daughters, Mrs. Betty Williams and. Marlene brothers, Lymon Norman and of Jack Starke Lovett; two of Interlachen, Marilyn Parrish of Sweat of Green Cove Springs and PI33 80R-13 ''A f' { .,* .4fk., .p.4.,> .. ,:, '30.00 1 1MULTI
Mrs!. Mary Williams. both' of Adel, Ga.; three sisters K. Watsonof Brooker, Linda Gatlin of Hamptonand Carl Sweat of Orange Park; sister, t 163 80R-13 A. *,,,". ,', .'. ? .', *..'. 01.1. ? *30.0O
Dundee and
Fla. Betty ,
Blackburn of Lawtey'; three sons,: Tifton,Eva Bullard of Adele,and Barbara Rowe of Starke; and Irene Sweat Morton of Green Cove, P195 75R-14 ,. 4, <,4 . 01. .'. ,,,. .,.,;'. w M"* ? '37.00

John, Jr and Pete "Skipper", both Viola Baily of Valdosta, Ga.; 14 one Graveside grandson.funeral services will be Springs.Funeral services will be held ,P205 75R-14 .,.'. . . .1- '". I. ,. '39.00

of Lawtey and Charlie of Dundee; grandchildren.grandchildren and 'two great- held Thursday at 2 p.m. in Hope Thursday at 12 noon in DeWitt C P20375R-lbtI., t, ? ',0:' .' .'. .'. ,\, ,.'v ? t. )' '42.0O
sister, Mrs. Frances Burrell of Funeral services were held Tues.' Cemetery at Theressa ,with Rev. ,Jones Chapel of Starke with the P225 73R-13 .'. 54..?? to batone.' tirt .,."v '43.00
Starke brother, Raymond Crews of day, Jan. 19 in DeWitt C. Jones Roman Alvarez officiating. Servicesare pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church of P233 73R-13 t .'. . '. .'. > .:. t '45.00
Starke; 32 grandchildren and 31 Chapel of Starke with Rev. Richard under the direction of' Jones', Green Cove Springs officiating. Interment
great-grandchildren. 'Norman officiating. Interment was Funeral Home of Starke. was in Crosby Lake MILE
Funeral services were held Adel Cemetery under the direction of TRUCK TIRES
Pine Grove ,
in Cemetery
Wednesday Jan. 11 at the Chapel of Ga., under the direction of Jones Mr. Wilbur,Thomas Jones Funeral Home of Starke GLASS BELTED ,GRAN PRIX RVS
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with P195-75B14 . . '29.00
Funeral Home of Starke, 31x10.50x15 '
Mr. Wilbur K_ Thomas 67, of . 60,00
Rev. Gene Bass officiating. Burial' "
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P205-75B14 . .
Jacksonville died in 32.00 31x11.50x15 . '
Monday Bap- 67.0033x12.50x15
was Evergreen Cemetery near Mr. Sam Martin Standard
., The P215-75B14 . . '
Starke with Archie Tanner Funeral tist Medical Center following an extended Casty 33.00 '78.00
; .,of Performance. d
Home of Starke .in charge. of ar- Mr Charles Anthony"Sam" Mar-. illness. P205-75B15 ;, .".". "" '31.00 9 x 15 IT ...' '59.00>>
rangements. tin, 22, of Lawtey, died Saturday Born and raised inu Jacksonville, P2Z5-75B15, .'. .,'35.00 .
Jan. 16 in Waldo due to injuries sustained he was a V.R. Teacher until he "
P235-75B15 . 36.00 in
no Extra Balance Tire
Mrs. Elvia Dowling from an automobile accident. retired. He was a World War II
Born Oct. 6, .1965 in Jacksonville, veteran and a member of the First Special Summer Front NO HUH' **COSTS OH OIM HIM'
Mrs.. Elvia Taylor Dowling, 88, of Mr.Martin was a lifelong resident of Christian Church of Lake Butler. both NCOMIY andgira.i.
Dunellon, died Monday night at the Lawtey. He was a member of Oak Survivors include bis wife, Harriet ..Ialund/, 5n.I b..kdown. PBR4KE or Rear Front End Alignment
Oak View Care Center in Williston>. and 'Includ.tulcul ......., .
Grove Baptist Church, was'acarpenter. Shore 'Thomas; daughter, Shelby Mmtofl into! *
following an extended illness. Ann Thomas of Jacksonville; ,son, 140 30.GTC) 1l W30. Service 4995 ,..... .ww. IMIMCI __, .... t ".".,
Born in Baker Countv. she lived GTX 10W40. GTX .., ......... Ifitim far DIM mrlcM cm MIMI
and Mplaci M<> or "'ia tnm or in .iic.M, Ctitxnn......Parts t.,lrlH. .
most of her life there in Union 20W50 r.1er.' :nc..nM.:bMM a input: ra><'Mlmoil WI''" '''....,.... *
She widow of the late UnirlcM 4 .. 10"
County. was e.ri (p.c. 'M.aNi..n. > Iwl1h coupon)
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Aaron C.; Dowling and a member of 89 Ir' r..ue.a.FRONT
the Pine Level Methodist Church. at $
Taylor. FESTIVAL of PRAISE END ALIGNMENT WFpurchos..s.totrir.a'9".
Survivors include one son,WilliamB.
Dowling of Dunellon; three in ,Concert Sale prices good
daughters, Mildred Jone of Batavia
Jan. 23
Ill, Helen Scoggins of Starke andVernice through CORBETT'STire
Dowling of Lake Butler; ten 'at.Life' .
grandchildren and 15 great AUTOMOTIVEPARTS SET
& Service
grandchildren. $ 99 ,
Praise Ministries CENTER "
Funeral services will be held Friday -' and OF 4 ,,*" U.S.:; 301 Temple Ave
afternoon at 2 p.m. in the Pine 66O N. Walnut St. Stark 15x8 ;

Level,Methodist Church..wilh Rev.. ,. _,., Thursday.: ,Jan.,1,,21 964-5644 ..964.6436 ___,. ._

,.LMark.-- Wood .and .tev. ,John VartSFifgti ,_ t.. ,.,. .... ,_ ,.
'the'cfiurth'offttfaUOg cemetety Suritil will under follows'the :k -tJ'"S7:30: p.m.""
direction of Archer Funeral Home of

Lake Family Butler.will receive friends at the The Festival of Praise is a musical ensemblewho

funeral home Thursday evening travel around the world ministering the

,from 7-9 p,m.; gospel in song. You will greatly appreciatetheir hands

Mr, Robert J, EvansMr. talent and,sense the presence of the Using your '

Robert ''James Evans, 57, of Holy Spirit in every song.
Lawtey died Monday Jan. 18 at his :

,residence lness. following an.' extended il- EVERYONE WELCOME the best
Born Sept. 21,, 1930 in the United is
Kingdom Mr. Evans 1 moved to .
Lawtey, nine years ago from
,Jacksonville. He was a member of
Calvary Baptist Church, a senior .
operating engineer with the DOC
Union Correctional,Institute, and a LONGCHAMPHOMES to prevent
veteran of The Royal Army. way
Survivors include his wife,Glenda
1 Elaine Gilhousen Evans and son, f y '
,Robert Evans, Jr., both of Lawtey; '
three step-sons, Chris Troy and : )7
Bradley,also of Lawtey. breast "
Funeral services will 'be held NOW'S THE TIME IF. YOU'REREADY Q"

'Thursday, Jan. '21, at 4' p.m. in ." '
Calvary Baptist Church with Dr. TO BUY! "" '
Beckum officiating. Cremation >. <
Benny :"I' ( f" : 'It
will follow under the direction of ,. / ,
Jones Funeral Home of Starke, We're building a' beautiful ,home in Deer :, ,"" cancer. 7t'
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and YOU choose the i ., Q'"jlt ,
wood Subdivision
can ,
Mr. Elzie,Griffis, ":, ) ,: ,

Mr. Elzie Allison Griffis, 83, of ,custom finishing touches (.Carpet, ,Paint,' ".,, '.. ',' ," ,

Glen Fraser St.Memorial Mary, died Hospital Tuesday of In Mac-Ed Cabinets, Tile, Etc.}) ,\ : It's a fact that one out of ;.

clenny following a bnef illness. eleven womenwill'developbreast
Born and raised in Union County' f:1
he moved to Baker County in 1970. Located on Lot: No.., 14, Deerwood cancer. good
He.was employed with the Divisionof U.S. 301 South Starke news is that 'now:,there's'away
Corrections Union Correctional '
Institute at Raiford where he was to detect 'breast cancer
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He was a member of the New River call Just $75.00
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Arsonist Caught on Seventh Attempt to Set Fire


A 28-year-old Starke man was apprehended then proceed to scan a tire near'UK; juana.As an adult he has been'fined building slowed the fire's process,
Jan. 16 as he attempted, hedge with kindling. As officers approached and ordered to pay court costs served said Green who shares the building
for the seventh time, to set fire to the the suspect, he attemptedto two days In jail and been under with partner Johnny Hobbs:
law offices of R,A. "Buzzy" Green. run, but tripped and fell accor- Salvation Army supervision for the The fire was set in wood PVC pipe i4 '
Timothy Henry Byers,of 665 Clark ding to Investigator Denton. Involved many offenses or ,the cases have and caused extensive smoke :
St? a neighbor of the law office, was in the five night surveillance was been dismissed, according to court damage to the Interior,said Hardee.
charged with seven counts of arson, Patrolman John Hodges Investigator records. '
according to Patrolmen W. C. Reno David Aderholt and The first attempt on the, buildingat 'The building's 'new smoke alarm
and Mack Short He is in the custody Deputy Doug York 215 Washington: Street was made system that is connected to the
of the county jail with bond set at. At the time of his arrest Byers Dec. 21 in the early morning hours. police station went off around 11:30: .
,$10,000. said he bad nothing against the'attorneys A piece of kindling wood hidden p.m. Jan. 4. This fire was set by the
he Just liked to watch the underneath northeast corner of chimney, bunting through the sills,
Following a fifth attempt to set the excitement After starting the fires the building was burning when the sub-floor and some damage to the interior -
building on fire Jan. 11, a combined he would return to his home, turn oilthe fire department amved, according flooring, said Hardee.The fire
stake out of the neighborhood by radio and listen to the sirens and to Starts Fire Chief Dwayne! was quickly extinguished but at 3
county and city'' law enforcement alas going off,' according to the Hardee. It was easily extinguished a.m. Jan. 5 another call came in.
starting Jan. 12 from 9 p.m. to 8 a.m. and there was only exterior damage This time kindling was placed in
proved to be too late when a sixth attempt Byers is not a newcomer to the ,said Hardee. The fire was set on top front of one of the entrances of the
was unsuccessful Jan. 15 at county jail, having been arrested of blocks and the termite shield building.The fire was put out by the
8':IS p.m. A revised plan put officersIn several tunes during the past years causing damage to the sub-flooring. police department before the fire
the area at 6 p.m. Saturday and it for disorderly intoxication, attempted Dec 22, at 1;57 a.m. a fire was set department arrived. The structure
paid off when a man was seen breaking and entering, traffic in the northwest corner of the sustained minimal damage. said
around 1 p.m. coming from the bamboo charges, petit theft and burglary of a building under the library where it Hardee.A .
hedge behind the office. The structure. As a juvenile Byers was ignited saw horses and building contractor on the job said
suspect appeared to be checking the committed on two occasions materials. "It was burning pretty damages to the building are
area by looking in all directions. He (l97 -75) for possession'of mari good, hut the oak floor inside the estimated to be $10,000.
Syrup Headed to California...

Red Underbill is going to take to California three bottle of cane syrup
. News Briefs made on the farm of bis coutln, Harmon Underhill. "
Red plan U take a bottle of syrup to Sam Walton, owner of WalMartStores
"" and Sam' Wholesale Warehouse, at Walton' Arkansas home on
I hi* to California.Then Red plan to leave a bottle of Bradford syrup '
Lawtey Man Dies Total bond was set at $3,101.23 .13 percent He was released after a vehicle inspection checkpoints durIng at President way Ronald Reagan' ranch in California and also present the
Henderson released $362.50 surety bond was posted. the week of Jan. 22 through Jan.
Hit By TruckA was on his sheriff of Santa Barbara County In California a bottle of syrup.
28 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18
recognizance. Alvarez, the first
Red from the farm of Don
also bal a large stump
23-year-old Lawtey 'man died Elmer Carl' Stebbins., of Scott- SR-16, CR-IS, CR-16, CR-21B, tamp Alvarez has ever given away (be usually sell hi stumps),
early Saturday, Jan 16 after being Recent ArrestsIn sboro was arrested Jan. 19 for driving CR-225'CR-12$, CR229 CR-231 Underbill say*.Red plan to give the stump to President Reagan to chopup ,
,stuck by a 1982 Ford pickup truck on while license suspended CR-227, CR221.CR-230 and CR-IOOA '
his !ail ranch.
US-301 north of Waldo. Bradford County (OWLS), according to Patrolman in Bradford County.Recognizing on on
Charles Anthony Martin, who had Michael McClam. He was released
been drinking alcohol,. was hit about The following arrests ,were madein after a $210 cash bond was posted. the danger presentedto See at
Bradford me
County, by local, defective vehicle I ;
12:50: a.m. as he attempted to cross authorities. the public by ; ,
the northbound traffic lanes in front Derman Waldo Smgletary, 63, of eqUipment ,Troopers will concentrate -'
of Bobby's Hideway, according to Loretta 'Kathenne Allen, .32, of Orlando was arrested Jan. 18 for their efforts on vehicles beta 11.- TerwillegarMotors ,
Trooper T. A. Kraszewskt.The Grand St. in Starke or Lake Butler DUI OWLS, according to Lt. operated with defects: such : )
impact threw Martin 44 feet. Winston Barber. Bond was set at brakes, worn tires and defective J
was arrested Jan. 17 for disorderly '
He died at the scene according to $1,210. lighting equipment. In addition attention
Homicide Investigator B. A. intoxication according to i will be directed to drivers for; "
Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Allen \
Williams. who would violate the driver license ; '',''
New & Used Vehecles ,
was seen down the middle of
The truck.criven Paul running laws of Florida. ,,1"1 ,
by Cooksey Florida's Death Row il
US-301 and was almost bit by cars .' f
Allen Jr. of Waldo, was northbound and trucks. She smelled strongly of The Patrol has found these check- 209 W. Madison St. Starke 1\' :: '
in the right lane. No charges were alcohol when arrested said Hinds. Nearing CapacityFlorida's points to be an effective means of en- 964-7200 ..i: \ "J'' :
filed in the 'accident but the investigation Bond was set at$500, she was released Death Row, the largestin forcing the equipment and driver ;
is continUing; on her own recogmzance. the nation with 286 inmates, is approaching license laws of Florida while InSur- '
capacity prompting state ing the protection of all motorists. a Eddie starUng'Engineered'

,New Drug ArrestIn Harry WaverlY Hersey, 19, of officials to recommend options for Union
Gainesville arrested for more killers. CountyThe
was Jap. 18 housing
Undercover Buy burglary, according to Sgt. Sammy All 384 Death Row cells at the Florida Highway Patrol will \_ '
Another arrest has been made, Eunice! and Investigator David Florida State Prison will be filled by be conducting driver license and \\ I / /
in ,,Aderholt. Hersey was seen entering fiscal year 1991-92, if sentencing and, vehicle inspection checkpoints durIng -'
the ongoing undercover operation in, the back door at Wilson's Antiques execution rates continue, according the week of Jan. 22 through Jan. for speed
the selling of drugs in Bradford,, south of Starke on US-301. Bond was to a Department of Corrections task; 28 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231,SR-241,. ,
County, according to Sheriff Dolph ', set at $5,000 he was released on his force.. SR-238, CR-18, CR-237. CR-229 and efficiency.
Reddish. own recognizance. The last force has made three proposals CR-12S, CR-231A CR24A and CR- I
Billie Aaron, 22, of Starke was arrested <4 "
796A in Union County.
for housing the expected 8O14
The S.
Jan. 15 and charged with
Gene Brian Vanzant 36,of Starkewas population. Build a prison exclusively : i
sale and delivery, of a
possession arrested Jan. 15 on s warrantfor for Death Row Inmates;add cellsto
control substance according to battery according to Lt. John the state prison or add a Death .Relocation after correcting
Deputy Doug York.His bond was set
and Deputy Barry King. Row cellblock to nearby Union Cor-
,at $10,000. Bonus E-Z WHEELS Repeat capability o'n all keys
Aaron was arrested after an set at $1,000. rectional Institution in Raiford.
undercover buy was made in theproject's Corrections Secretary Richard .Wide carriage 06'Vs") in o
area of Reno, said Sheriff Perry Louis Keaton, 19;.was arrested Dugger has not received the task 1320 N.TEMPLE AVE.STARKE standard size< cabinet ''or a $499
Jan. 13 for possession of coCaine force report yet, said Tom Barton, *
Reddish.: Aaron is the third arrest larger! typing line (13 h ) s.aan
(crack J and resisting an of- FSP superintendent. _
made recently as a result of the 964-7783
,ongoing undercover investigation in-t, fiver without violence, according to, "The department has four years to ..202 characters of correction ,
of Patrolman Mack Short. Bond was make a decision as to what they, 'Forward. and reverse indexing
to the illegal sale crack cocaine. memory
Outstanding warrants have been setat $1,500 he remains in custody. want to do," Barton said. "My biggest Buy Here Pay Here '!
issued for Barbara Jean Franklin concent is being able to have abanaltype WeFinance*. 30 characters of bullet-: .-,. ''!Steer!! ., "
for violation*fprtMtlon-nd Carlos i 1 M, .*jtobert Jerome Jetfecs 27.was ar-v< facility.. : memory.Keyboordlltb'bcces9'10', ". I' .
Ford, just released from prison,-and -,..rested on a capias charging battery. Forty men were sent to DeatWRow t .. .
1977 .
Willie Norman Suggs, said Reddish. according to Deputy Doug York. in the 1986-87 fiscal year, accordingto Cougar. sujiMec.; :;:" ,., '
Ford and Suggs appear to have fleed Bond was set at $1,000, he was corrections statistics. Baby Blue Loaded nonstondard characters! eoSao.anoa. '' '"
the area. released on his own recognizance. $495 Down E-Z Payments ,1

,Aaron remains in custody. .
1978 Thunderbird ,
Robert Claude Jordan was arrested -
Jan. 19 in Alachua County on FliP Troopers Deluxe Int. -All Options "
Man'Arrested Bradford County charge of failure to 'Continue License, $595 Down .E-Z Payments
Lawtey (three counts) according to
appear f
in Starke Deputy Gene Lee. Bond was set at Vehicle Inspections 1979 Nova Dr, THE OFFICE, SHOP .

$7&oo..he remains m custody. Bradford CountyThe Low Mil. 6 Cyl InIine.AutomaticfAir HO'
Charles Henderson, 29, of Lawtey W, Call Street 974-5764
was arrested Jan. 15 for possession Traffic Florida' Highway Patrol will
of cannabis, battery of law enforcement and $495 Down E-Z Payments
officer wilful-wanton reckless Mary Johnson Gray of Macclennywas ,be conducting driver license .
driving, resisting officer with arrested Jan. 17 for driving '
violence, according. to Patrolman K. under influence (DUI,according to ATTENTION TORO OWNERS! !
,R Hinds, Jr. Patrolman Susan WUkerson. Gray's
The officer attempted to stop blood alcohol content waS,:23 per PHYSICAL THERAPY' Pick-Up 6 Delivery en Any I
.Henderson's vehicle after it went off cent. She was released after a I FREE Toro Rider deed thru ..... 28
the roadway several times but fleed $362.50 surety bond was posted... JERRY FISHER. P.T: Call For Plek-Un Todav! I
from the officer. Henderson was was
later found in a bar at Crosby and Charlie Smith, 48, of Gainesvillewas 964.6000 ANNUAL TUNE-UP
Lake Sta. He struck the officer arrested Jan. 16 for DUI, according 'BY APPOINTMENT
'several times as the arrest wa. to Patrolman Jeffrey Johnson. SPECIAL
made, said Hinds. Snuth's blood alcohol content was

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GOVERNMENT HOMER $1 LOO (U Repair], WANT TO STOP Call 964-5377 oft. 5:30: p.m. 10/1 TF application for 3 BR apartments, stor ..L 205' N. Tempi..Stark
Buy Direct) Repo ft Tax-Seized Proper THAT'S OURS ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile homer ting at $200 per month. CH&A, fully r REALTOR

H... G. the FACTS TODAYI I Call Alcoholic Anonymous '/ mil. from city. Nice neighborhood equipped kitchen coble ready. 1530 Cecelia Terwlllegar''

(refundable) 1-518.439-3546 Ext. H33T7 9i4-4150-964-2000 468-1323. 10/8TF ,W. Madison St.. 964.6312, Mon-Frl.; 9-5
"" 24 hr.. 1/7 3tpd 1/21 thru 3/31 NEWLY DECORATED everything furnished. p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity, 1/14 ..,'..NEW LIS TlNGS...*!

,,2 BR, 1 IA with :2-car garage Perfect foe CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed.pd Fr. Laundry facilities Included. Video TFchg GOOD LOOKING New Duplex, 215 Bradford Drive, 2 BR, I 'A bath living

', retired couple. Easy walking distance ,..tlmat... Handy-Man' Co. room _allabl.. Will accept one child, 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME furnished room eat In kitchen with stove, finest carpets, best location
to new hopping center, $29m.Call Owner Tommy Reddl.h:964-8559 tfn no p.... Palms Apt., 2313 N. T.mpl. d.po.It, no pets 9648816. Itpd 1/14 CROSBY LAKE Lot 22, $",000.

964-5606. 4/30 tfn -- HANOYMANi electrical Ave. Stark. 32091. 10/29 TF, TRAILER IN COUNTRY 2 BR, 2 both fur 262 S. MYRTLE ST. Home ft 2 car garage, all new Interiors, CH4A, 2 BR, I
"'/t% ASSUMABLE on $22.000 3 BR, 3 complete carpentry home painting, TEN MOBILE HOMES for rent: furnishedor nlshed, clean, nice big yard. 1 child Bo, $30,000 Financing Available. S.. to Appreciate.
't: l, ba, brick veneer home with fireplace Reasonable ral... Licensed contractor r.palr., unfurnished, MIMOSA MANOR, maximum $233 month plus deposit. 442 N, WALNUT 3 BR, '2 Bo, Handyman dream, $38,000

, ': I ,III''r'{, + and garage on 5 acre*. Beautiful home. DB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn 9647498. 11/19 TFchg Dairy Rood. Itpd 1/14 'DUPONT ROAD (Lawtey)* One acre surveyed $6.000 cash.

I"" ,,, Reduced to $59,500, United Realty of'' LAWN SERVICE Residential, ft commer- TRAILER FURNISHED ,Hampton Lak., ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT vacancy BRICK BLDG. 4000 sq.ft. (unfinished Inside) off Morgan on NW 42nd Ave
I )'r", Stark., 964-8447 473 3627. Hwy. 18, adults loon, near town, children and ..Id.rly'w.lcam. 1.5 ..
or 11/12 11 clolj, landscaping, tree removal, lawn. only no pets, on ocr. Bull as a lodge but could convert to your own use 60000.
,,L' 3 BEDROOM, 2 lATHs on 4 acre* 'on' ,vacvumed. No job| too big or small./ Boathouse and dock. $235 month and at small apartm.nt complex .....HOMES.....

? Sleepy Hollow Drive, Stork. Corp.tthro.4hout Fr..stimat.s. 964.4238. 11/5 TF $200 deposit. 468.1829. '1/14 2tpd 1/21 9648601. 1/14 TFn -LOVELY 3 BR, 2% Bo custom built home. LR, with fireplace, DR, eat-In kit-
,, stove, refrigerator, SEWING MACHINES soles and service, ONE BEDROOM unfurnished house$17S: CO'S CHECK US OUT| Clean rental then, extra larg. utility room. screened porch, garage, CH1A, thermal
freeier, and clothe. dry.r Included. ell/ make cleaned, oiled, adjusted, month no pets, on. year lease. homes tailored to your pay schedule. windows, acre of land, $68,000 .
" ,,, ';, y i Call for more detail: 964.6493. 1/14 $15. All work guaranteed. Corner 964.8404, 1/14 3tchg 1/28 Private park, laundry and playground. BRICK 3 BR. 1 '/i Ba. LR, kitchen-dining
,' : ;::l" ;;','" TWO HOUSES FOR PINES I south of SR100 In area, carport, utility room, 1004 N.
4to| Morgan Rd t CR 16. 964-8733. 12/3TF RENT) In Starke, :2 or:3 I SR1J1, |lust Thompson St. W.II insulated, low utility bill., $45 255.
NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH bedroom 2 both unfurnished Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg. 1/7 '
GOOD fireplace,
FIREWOOD $55 for long wheelbose -BRICK 4 BR or SIR 2 bo, fox. 1900 ..
Off f, acre, 9 old between
", , CREDITS Approximately' $600 closing truck load with free fat lighter. near schools, no p.ts. KINGSLEY ,Srorke lawtey yrs --
costs. Monthly payment let* than 964.4238. 10/29 TF LAKE 2 bedroom, t. bath, furnished VACATION RESORTS OR
"' i. >rent, 3 BR frame or brick homes In FIREWOOD I will split wood.'Also, 533-2235. Itpd 1/21 RENTALS NEIGHBORHOOD) 365 E, Mimosa Large, Immaculate, brick home,
your CHSA. nicely landscaped lot 296.148, $67.000.
,4 I' ,' good neighborhood.' We or. authorized firewood for '01.. 964-7078. 1/212lchg FURNISHED APARTMENT, kitchen living
real estate' broker for all Government 1/28 ''room, bedroom: bath. $175 month No LUXURY/ SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT I Keystone, beautiful

Repossession Call 378-3783 for QUILTING CLASS pet*. 964-8071. 1/142tchg 1/21 COTTAGESFully furnished Dally Spanish style home, 3450 ..f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR,2V4 ba. formal
information. Florida Beginning Tuesday, ONE BEDROOM HOUSE furnished weekly, monthly rote*. Also mobil. LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR, brick fireplace, ,
: more USA Realty Jan, 26.. lOa. to noon for 8 weeksat home park for r.nt:and homes patio pool, celling
", .... S Investment Itchg 1/21: B ft B Fabric. For details call 782-3570. clean;.AC, yard maintenance Included, for sole. MT.spaces VIEW RESORT, U.S. ,fans, 2 cor garage, new roof. icned Agri. 2 ossum. mtgs, $135.0001
.' BV OWNER 3 BR 2 bath, with '$210 month $100 64E ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco ft block ''
; ) fireplace, 'Itpd 1/21 deposit, Call Highlands Rd. beauty with 3400 s f,. 6
;., 4 AC. $60,000. ,Call 782.3437 day or ,CHILD CARE IN MY HOME for working 964-7625.Itpd 1/21 524.4609. 6/11 Franklin N.C. (704)) yrs:' old on 3'/ acres In Lawtey area. Spaclous..El.gant..Pr.stigel)

(j ; .I Itl" Ir 964.4763 nights. 1/21 2tchg 1/28 mothers. Call 964.6499. 1/21 TF FURNISHED 1 BR 2 both' MH with odd! tfnchgCOMMERCIAL iROOM TO GARDEN Palm St., 3/2, brick n.w roof carport, new Carrier

OUR BEDROOMS, 3 baths. Call ROOFING, REPAIRS, pointing, general tion. Front and bock screened porch, pump, large screened porch, utility shed, extra lot

964-6222. Assume payments. plut handyman. 30 years experience. Call AC/CM, nice shade tr..* and private PROPERTY CONSOLIDATED HOME ft OFFICE OR APT 5 Acres, Lawt.y area.

.equity Itpd 121REAL. Rog.r, 9645938. Itpd T/21 yard. $250/month plus $150 deposit DEERWooD: brlck.3/3" pool $103000,

.i/I.,' ...;.t; ','lh"Y : 431-1568 Itchg 1/21 RENTLEASESALEFOR MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2 2 story 12 acres si 85,000

, i"f'\r!'M\ ( 'J",., ESTATE THREE BEDROOM living room; dining SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2 1985 DW, fireplace, high lcnO\ >f? $ 50.000
''\' ;' ,{ ..t. MOBILE HOMES room, kitchen, private. close in, $260 EDWARDS LOOP, 3 BR, 2 Ba. t l.t's ', i
\ S 62,000
+ OUT OF AREA LEASE 000 sq ft 301 South next go
; ,; ;\l111{;: 4, month, Raiford Rd. 964-5940. 1/21. ORANGE AND PRATT
: 2/1 frame Reduced ''sal.l
to United 964 quick 19,900
\ ',< FOR SALE 2tchg 1/28 Realty -8848, 964-8447, ,
: ;r ; f\ BROOKER: 3/2 brick and from., Shady Oaks
\ < TWO BEDROOM mobile home furnishedor or eves. 473-3627. 4/16 tfnchg SID extra lot $ 44.000
I A't.; .; j#.,f; '' OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded unfurnished In location. 3500 SQ. FT. ON 2 FLOORS)'137 > 139 E, MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acres. 3/1 CB, CH/A so near 40,000

:-nf;,('!"'1.I Sihy j, :!; ; lot, river occ.... $5450 Each No MOBILE HOME FOR SALE r.nt to own month, $100 deposit.good 964 8704 after$200 5p Call St.Available Dec. 15 for lease with' CROSBY LAKE CANAL BR I Ba, CH/A, from. $ 41.000

: mon.y down,.$65.41 monthly, Owner your' own mobile horn. Several to option Call 1.356-6849 or write Clyd. '1AWTEY: 4 BR, 2 ba 2 story, t ocr.100 yrs old $ 36,000
1.236.4579 or 1.622-2438. 1/7TF choose from. Call 468-1323 for Information m. weekdays or anytime weekends.. W.' Simpson, 1419 Barnett Bank ,
Itchg 1/21 ,....
MUST SELL! Foreclosure properties. Fifty 10/8TF Jax, Fla. 32202, 12/3 TF ,
homes in Florida. Also, Georgia, Louisiana NEW ft USED MOBILE HOMES. Coll Roy TWO BEDROOM mobile home, mostly ENTERPRISE ZONE: 145',x165', near hasp. $ 25000.

and Virginia, most areas., Excellent ., Well at ASW Mobil. Homes, 9646407or unfurnished Located In country, not in THOMPSON ST; 11,362 s.f., brick Enterprise Zone; Benefits $ 80.000
financing. Minimal qualifying 964-6408.8/14 tfnrw pork. 964.5630! alter 5 p,m. Itchg 1/21 LOSTFOUNDMISSING ,301 N:,15 acres, MH hook-up, 2 bldgs, 240' on 301,great value $ 37.000

r' Motivated I AUCTION "'ASSOCIATES/,/ ,2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'$) Financing BRAND NEW' 3 bedroom. 3 bath, CHAA 301 N: by Econo lodge 165.01'on 301 : $120000

I I' 800-330-7695 or ',305.297-7696. fcon; available. Call 1-272-0625 collect tin garage, wooded ,lot. W., Pratt ,St.,. GOLDEN RETRIEVER) t'Bombl"q 301 N: approximately ISO' xapprox. 220' $125000

8830 ,2 USED DOUBLEWIOES Low payment. 964.8073. 1/21 TF Last seen behind Mark.t Rd. 301 N'' Dairy Queen Building lease option? Reduced $ 83000 !
-.I, Low down Call 1.272-0650 TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 417 Lak. St. No '16 and 301 5 193' 301
GOT A CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIP payment. 301. Contact Melbo 'Johnson.: : : frontage $ 85.000
We'II take It, America'* most' .uc" collect tin pets, unfurnished. $250. Call -964-7450 ,964:5420 or Dr., .,Mullins. Reward 'Itpd 301 and Washington Street, 262.5 x 105' S 91,500'
," afterSpm. 1/21 2tpd 1/28
," ; ,cessful Campground Resale: Clear' 1913 MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 bo, CHSA. ,301 t S1; 135ft.on301approx.2acres. (possible Acres} $150000,
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to
$5.000. Call 964-6305 from 8 5 or, ;
,. l I' Inghouse. Call Resort Sale International p.m. YARD SALES
_work? W. hay. clean mobile' ..... .
,loll fr.. hotlin., 1-800.423.5967, 964.8970 after 6 p.m and leave word. your .ACREAGE. ,
,' ,,9 arm to 6 p.m. EST. icon 88.31 12/3 TFASSUME '" homes available, 468.1323. 10/8 TF, GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 100W ft Hwy 225, 40 plus Acre. S 60,000RD.
3 lit 2 bath on your, lot.. $159 '0, NEW MOBILE HOME, 14 ft. wid., c.ntral FOUR FAMILIES Saturday 9 til. Two 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wood.d and platted $ 7.000

month. 904-351.8'14. dealer. 1/7 Stchg and air, furnished. Must see block North ,of Bakery. 'an, 10Sth AVE.. LAWTEY; 2 VSI,/ acres cleared $ 8.000
,\\J'; 'I.: i ANIMALS & PETS .
468 1323 10/8 TF
'. ,' 2/4 Westmoreland 10/29 TF HAMPTON r'438 acres: This property has everything $438.000
?:' d: ,- FOR SALE HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL. 28x68. 4/3. 12xS MOBILE HOMEs 3 BR.,2 Bo on 1 FANS HEATERS, kitchen items too'' LAWTEY: 5 ocr...10Sth Ay... good investment $ 1S.000

,lit\:: \ ;Ii. I Ir Homes. of Merit $279 month. Free ocr. 9644238. $2SO/month. 10/29 TF numerous to mention. Hwy, 230-A, RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond, wide open spaces $ 26.OOO

/ i :,<, ',' .WE NEED GOOD HOMESi 1 g.ntl. pony delivery. Uncle) Roy'*,:904351-8514. OFFICE BUILDING, 5 room, wall to wall follow signs. Itpd 1/21 FLUME RD.: 9 acre join Country Club. Condos? Time' Share?' S 49,000
1/7 Stchg 2/4 carpet, central air, Perfect for Doctor THREE FAMILY SALE: 664 N. Water StSTorke. ..
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u '. 2 Border Collies, and 1 AustralianShepherd. SR 16 WEST approx. 7 acres S 13.OOO
REPOSt easy assumption! with little/ or np or Attorney office. For more info, call Friday 1/22 and Saturday'
Call Kris, 9646924. TFmf PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD. 20.16 3 well
: acres, 2
$ down. Double and singlet,. Jewel or John, 964-6305. TFjmm 1/23, 9am. tl'. Old albums crofts, poles, '
HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDEl Recognized I ? 2 septic tanks, owner 'finance$ SO.OOO Or will :
split S 27,000
904 351-8514 2/4 clothes
ag.nt. 1/7 Stchg ) lots of misc. Items; Itpd 1/21
. safe and effective by US Bureau of BROWNLEE RD. 36.43 acres:owner finance, great location S 82.332
,1 Medicine 28 WIDE) shingle, ",ooonlt., fireplaceand r.nt, heat winter rates Couple -
Veterinary against hook
only, no 533*2366. 12/3 IF
round much mor. $227/monjH pets. ,After Hours
and In &
tapeworm dogs cats 90<4.35 t.8514. Uncle Roy'., 17.51chg. KINGSLEY LAKE 2 BR mobile home,'heat, G. Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541
GOLDKIST, US 301 964-7871. 12/24 STROUT REALTY
I Ntf 2/4 y.arly, couple only, no pets, 5332366. John Longford Master. Appraiser 44->29t-
8tchg 21114"0GERMAN \ S" .
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I 12x70 MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom. $2400!. ; -13/3 TF 1 IncorporatedIIJ'
SKWARDi whHe purebred, 2 431.1050. 1/7 TF TWO BR TRAILER onr"Ic. (large lot in Lie. Real Estate Brok.rI3

year old, gentle with good temperecnent. DOUBLEWIDE 3/2. 1120 sq. ft.of qualityon Lawtey area. Partially furnished. No $ N.T.mpl. Ave.(U.S. 301))
,,' Healthy with curr.nt vaccination. ; children 782.3344 782 3942 Stark., Fl,32091
.. sale now at Global In Orange Park. or 12/10 .
$40. 64-4701 eve*. Itpd 1/21 TFce 964-8931 473-3094
J Call Mary, 272 0650. Itchg 1/21 '
, REGISTERED SIBERIAN HUSKY mole, 8 USED DOUBLEWIDE 2 BR. 1V4 bath THREE BEDROOM HOUSE CH4A, appliances 1460: on. acre, n.w' doublewide

: ..' month. old Silver and 1/21 whit., housetrained $1250 down. Payment $199 p.r month.. corn.r lot, wooded, fenced mobile, quiet area, $35,000. David Lawson Paint Body\' Shop
964-4371 .
Itchg Call Steve, 272-0625. Itchg 1/21 backyard, larg. screened porch with'' 1435: Apartm.nt house .((4)) apt.,
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,:' 14x70 CHAMPION with extra large elevated eating area. Larg. utility 100% occupied. $"000.
BOATS bedrooms and deluxe kitchen. Call Bill room with extra outdoor storage 1458: Laundromat A package meat Insurance Collision Work '.Free Estimates

< 272.O650. Itchg I 1/21 building. Family room with fir.ploc. store.. great Investment. '
', ,'ri", tf" REDUCED 12x $r 2 BR 1 both, $3500. $400 month and deposit 1 lease CR 229 NW 28th St.
mobile workshop solar 964-6133
BOAT 18 Evlnrude. 1457.: 2 oc, ,
ll''I'i i '\ ,,14 FT. TRAILER hp '9647358. 1/21 6tchg 2/25 required, 1021 W. Pratt. St.. 964.8073. ,.?
., :: ,'l<';",: ,excellent condition. $950., 964.4380 0\ 1/7 4tcha 1/28 water heat, 39900.
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,, ',t ', day or 964.6238 eve*.,Itchg 1/21 TWO Office space for rent courthouse
BEDROOM mobil. home
In lawtey
, Utilities furnished
1\ 'y' I Call 782.3894 aft.r 10 p.m. 1/14 2tchg
We Have Rentals
' Both rAltfp"tln'Xf- Cam tnttrrlnl I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AI
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,' ,' and 'lake Lots available from : I Accelerated'JReaI :
access* y, .
I' $9000. Zoned Res/mobile home. 3 VI
Floe 3 BR 2 full baths 1344 s.f. on I'/4'
,;, mile west of Starke on beautifulSampson I

; ::,;..,.\. ,,!%.; '':; r, Lake ((2000 + acres) Excellent full acre clo.ed-In Carpet, fireplace garog. Appraised chain linked at '
and ,
fishing, skiing boating will tell '
$62.000, for 44000. Financing :
90<4-964-7755' available. $3,100 down $435 monthly,
,eve-533-2038 Owner/broker, 8/13, tfnchgS 3763363. 1/7 4tchg 1/28 Hwy. 301 S.

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' Waterfront
Lots./ Acreage
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,' ,' LOT IN CITYt $6.000 Call 964-5764; aft.r:1i i r
" :" \ t'4:; ( 5, call 964.5251. 3/07 tfn ./ Farms ,/ Comrrrerclal: .
:,.'(' {WMOIILE:\\ ;: HOME LOTS one ocr. and 'up. For Rent ,

,! ,I )", ;t 1I\ 'r' Several location, Some with hook. .

,:- "::' '," ups, all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan Office Space 'Susan M F-ulknof. GRI. CRB PRESIDENT CRYSTAL LAKE 'HOMESITES 3BR/2BA Block;' Family .
" :.1' ,I, 9/24 TF
;' Realty 964-8878. '
; ,Room Drapes & Carpet. .CH/A,:' 1416, S/F Large Lot, Lake
I i" 14 ACRES CLEARED will divide, owner
..' '\i/n3:) financing., 1-904-964-7771 or Retail office Was l.9l. 1 !F.9lVL9N t { .fJJY:;' I9 'privilege" i
':,.; ;f,, 1.90<4.964.4531.1/21 TF' Attorneys Office. GOOD BUY, $36,000 ,- 3BR/2BA Block., Family Room..

'J".,,,' )"' .' "', Fully carpeted, CH&A. Located Hwy.301 Z elks S. SR.100. 221 W. Lafayette Street' Acre.CH/A, Stove, Reid, &' Dishwasher. 1736 S/F. Well, & Septic!. t

:.,f:1'' ,WANTEDTWO Lease required.. *REDUCED. Cottage on Oklawaho River In Marion County. Good hunting and WHERE THE BIRDS" SING3BR2BA Block', Great, Room
,, ". $350. per month. fishing.' w/Fireplace.: CH/A, Stove Refri & Wall Oven Carpets t:

NICE END TABLES In excellent co"dltlon. ,;- :.for Information ,or to see Off ROAD 229) 1 nice acre with well and older .ptlc. Drapes, Swimming Pool 41 Acres of Failure Farming &:

'" Call/ 4739055. Itchg 1/21 Call 964.6305. *TWO STORY HOME with 37 acre Over 2300 sq_ft., 4 BR.:' 2'/ bo, game room, Wooded Areas, 32x37 Cypress Bam Well & Septic.

fireplace, ome planted pines. NEAR LAWTEY3BR2BA Block. Family' Room 'w/Wood n'Stove

.. *30I NORTH 10 nice acres with some trees. .. CH/A, 1548 ,S/F, 12/24 Tool Shed ,Well! ,&; Septic. ,1
*SMALL HOME on nice lot In town for first home or rental.' Acre., .
BUSINESS BUILDING larg. home art mare than 5 acres. Owner financing. 4BR12BAFrameCH/A
LAVERN H. OUTLAW *GRAHAM ARIA 12 acres planted pines. Building site or mobile ham. Will .
Well &
Has Entrance.
Carpet 1BR/1BA Apartment w/Separate
divide. '
Brokerdintiny LOTS FOR CAMPERS OR TRAILERS with water,, septic and light pole. Adult Septic, t Acre.GAINESVILLE. ,

? / of hm/iti<; or.selling' community. '- 3BR/2BA Block. 1277,S/F. 'AC, CH Family

I'I ? .' ('all us' *t 3/4 ACRE Beautiful building site or mobile horns Room, Stove A REfri. Double Carport. Enclosed .Porch,, on

*24 LOVELY ACRES with larg. stocked fish! pond, port posture, partially fenc Cornet Lot wN Acant Lot Included.: '
964-4522 ed. U ACRES 3BR/2BA Brick. CH/A. Range& REfri. Carpet.

STAR'COMMERCIAL "" *DEERWOODi Nice 2296 .q. ft:'home, 3 BR. 2 Bo, $84,900. 1200 S/F Well A Septic. .

*NICE BUILDING LOT over an ocr., past hospital, $8.500 terms. LAWTEY'' AREA. 3BR/1BA Frame. Ceiling Fans. Space
YOlll Full SIM'VI Itr.ll 1 ,( .il. Qflli I *HWY. 301 S.I 2 acres has 24x60 versatile building plus 2 mobile ham... Has .
Healer 2 Acres.HANDYMAN .
for Rt tdonci Firm < oinin>:r<:>iil U<\ ini 300' on hwy. .
SPECIAL Two Story. 3BR/2BA,. Living-
*GRAHAM 3 BR; IVi both, brick ft block, on Iocr., only 34000., .
*IN TOWN 4 BR,, t bath, has been remodeled only 26000. Dining Area w/Fireplace City Water A Sewage Available.

PROPERTY or. SR 16 E. 3000 aq. ft. on over'on ocr. Many extra *HAMPTON 3 acre with 3 BR, 2 .Bo, auumable mortgage; $45,000..

OWNER TRANSFERRED) Price reduced drastically I Was $$130.000 now $100,000., *OVER I ACRI with custom doublewlde workshop and many more extra SELECTED PROPERTIES

Beautiful tom-buHt 2 dory LOG HOME Include 3 8R, 2 la, 22x40 pool. *HWY. 100 W.... 83 ocr.. with 1300' frontage on hwy. Only $ ,337 per.ocre.Commercial .> 5 ACRES High' A. Dry. Well A Septic.

QUIET PLACE Easy living In thli large 3/2 home, 1700 ..,., CHCA on 7Vi ocr.* 10 ACRES. Pecan Grove Barn Well A Septic.. Fenced..

w/6 acre* Improved pasture, 2 bam, 3 well, priced to sell. &RssidentialRentals, Available! 10 ACRES. Pecan Grove A; Fish Pond Residential.
EXTRA aiANi Doublewlde 3 BR, 1M Bo, satellite dish, 3 acre,
10 ACRES -. South Clay County, Residential/Agricultural,
NEAT AS A PIN New roof, new bathroom, close to Starke.' .
3 road. 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location. ., 'I I
ONI OF THE FINUTI 3/2 doublewlde on acre, paved
OWNER SAYS GET OFFERS Doublewlde. 10 acre of good land. Calf one"of our Professionally. trained 4.55 ACRES.. Zoned for Mobile Home.,

-A IOTA ROOM FOR THE MONEYi 2 story;redecorated, 1800 *q.,ft. 'In Starke, staff today at: 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.'

convenient to hopping and hospital. $39.000., LAKE GENEVA. Large Lot 100 ft on the Water

RSDUCI-CONVENIINT TO TOWN -SCHOOLS 3 8R, t Bo, remodeled. 9645069or LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sampson. Owner Financing.,

QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD) CB, 3 8R, hardwood, floors, nk. yard' will consider LARGE AREA OF LAND -, Northeast section of City.

lease purchase. after hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH.. Large Lot, Good Business Location.
REDUCED! fOR QUICK SALEt'Spoc'brick, 4/2. CHftA.fireplace .
WE WANT AN OFFER 210. ft ON HWY 301 5 Acre* Near Earlton Beach.
10 In Stork. Und.r 95000.
.FRAMI HOME, on on acres North Church SI" Immaculate. Only $28,600. REALTOR AssoaA S. EVENINGS ,IF YOUR HIND IS ON REAL ESTATE-THINGS RELATED


INCOME.PROPERTY 2 BR. 1 Bo, REDUCED TO $23.000. Lucille Spry r. 964-8420

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'fully loaded, 4 hairt. top, MUST IiIILL-VERY"GOOO CONDITION: CLASSifiED ADVERTISING should be submitted RASS BED queen size. complete, orthopedic FOR RENT OR All BY TAKINO OVER
r.arcouch Beautiful' custom-made whit sofa to the lake /Region Monitor mattress set and from. (new,. PAYMENTS 3BR/2BA OW mobile 1,
1/21 (all' Bob 473-7975. 1/7 3tchg 'OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE $60; large mahogany buffet dresser ,fice 'Inl writing and paid ,In'advance never used), still In plastic Cost home. $3OO/mo and security'deposit, "

1'M F-150 STORE, Choose from. jean/Sportswear, type. $50; dresser, $23; round maple ,Unless credit Is already establishedwith $1.000. Sell for $350 cask Stored In 475-2597 4737472.. lIe 1/21 \
$6500 FORD Xl .X.1; :2 tone. green.. Ladles, 'Mens, Children/Maternity, table,.$10. Call 473-9055 5 am to 9 pm. this office.MONITOR Jacksonville 1-624-2639, 4tchg FOR RENT OR SALE mobile home, 2 yr*.
OBO. 7271
964- or 964 4319. J/7
1/28 large Sizes, FVtlte, Itchg 1/21 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 1/14-2/4 old, 2BR .I 1BA. gas heat, 'fenced
'*4tchg! fOR Danceweof/Aerobic, Bridal, Lingerie' ,, FOR SALE OR TRADES 36" gas stove. Will RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN VICTORIAN BRASS f WHITI DAY BED 4737044. 2tpd 121128PERSONAL ,
VANE runs good, $400. or Accessories Store. Brands: Liz trade for washing machine,, In good CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS.TAKEN OVER makes two twin bed. Complete' with ""*
1910 2tchg I/JI s Claiborne, Healthtex, Chaos, Lee, St.Michel. condition. 964.2227.1/21 jo 1/28 THE TELEPHONE. malts, never used, still In boxe Will
economical PHOENIX PONTIAC LJj Two doors .. Forenia, Bugle Boy, Levi SMALL REFRIGERATOR) needs Inside Classified deadline Is 11:00 o.m, priorto sacrifice $330 Cash.:Stored In Jacksonville "
good ,transportation, Organically Grown Lucia, Over 2000 fr....' compartment door, Works Thursday publication, 1-624-2639. 4pd 1/14.2/4 .' .
\ $1200, price ,negotiable Phon.96.7886anytimr others, Or $13.99 One Price Or Multi. NOVENA TO ST JUDE May the Sacred
It good $60. 964-2227. 1/21 2t 1/28 Minimum charge is 15 words for S3 50, MAGNOVOX STEREO- 52% length :
1911 l 1/21 Tier Pricing Discount or Family Shoe lADIES BICYCLE Large size Sears, like 'then 15 cents for each word th.r.oft.rMISCELLANEOUS 19*"width and 29 1/4" high. AM* FM Heart of Jesus be Adored",Glorified.
good condition Store Retail Price'' unbelievable for brand ridden loved and Preserved throughout theworld
new, 3 times, kept Inside radio and record player. Solid pecan
$400 or but offer, 964 7823. 1/21 and forever. Sacred Heart
Itpd top quality shoe normally priced from $85.964-2227. 1/21 2t 1/28 wood, beautiful finish $100. E.IE. now
1911 l THUNDERBIRD full power, $1895, $19 to $60. Over 250 Brands, 2600 AUTOMATIC CLOTHES WASHER Sears, Wood. 475-1208. Itpd 1/21 of Jesus have Mercy on Us. St. Jude
Call 964-5940 1/21 2tchg 1/28 style. $17,900 to $29700. Inventory, used, $1OO, Call64.5812.. 1/21 TFc 25" QUASAR COLORED TV consolemodel Worker of Miracle Pray for us. St.
CHURCH BUS 1963 Chevrolet ,new Training Fixtures, 'Airfare, Grand MIXED CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES.$2S each. Two 4' chain link .gate, Jude help of the hopeless Pray for Us.
,motor transrhlision, $1500 negotiable. Opening etc. Can 15 days, Mr (Say this prayer 9 time each day for 7
'' open Call M-S430 after 8 p.m. Itch, 1/21 numeroud post and appro*.40' fencing
468-2711, 1/21 41pd 2/1,1, 'PACK RAT Buy,'sell and trade collectible and the 8th
,, McComb ((612) B98.5228ltpd 1/21 ANTIQUE PIANOS FOR SALE Recently ,and brackets and bolt. Call 477-4165: days on day'your prayerwill
167 FORD MUSTANG Items and antique*. Used furniture. be answered This has
II.W.uphol..ry' 1000 SUNBEDS, TONING TABLESt Sunol' rebuilt and In excellent condition. Buy after 5 p.m. 1/21 1 Itpd prayer
and tires, lAag wheels, Needs a few WOLFF Tanning Beds SlenderQuest Ing, selling.tuning and repairs by car glassware, ewelry| and much more 10 TON WENCH- go 400.: 473-3146. 3tpc 'never been known,to fall. Publication
minor repairs and body work Asking Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color tilled piano technician. 964-5497 after Come see for yourself. On. mile east 1/21-2/4 must be promised). Thank you St.
$1,000.-Will accept but ofl.r ,of Keystone Heights, on Highway 100. Jude Itpd 1/2T ,
catalogue. Save to 50% 230p.m.: |tpd 1/21 30X45 SHED good tin and post $200
964.6301. 1/21 2tpd 173.2183.3/5 tfnchg
1/28 ,
1 800 228-6292. fcan 88 32 .73-3146.3tpd 12124FLAT HOME IMPROVEMENT, add).
}179 TOYOTA 4 wheel"'drive, BINGO I Starting a new Bingo Jan, 7. at repairs
$2500. ALICIA rolls
HAY horse
CANDY/SNACK VENDING) $2,700 cash In quality. All BED TRAILER 30 '1. dual electric tlons complete. .building. ,30 yean
964-5567 after S p.m. T/21 :Ztchg J/28 Investment buys you 3 brand hew 14r under barn. Order hay for winter andleave 7:00: p.Bid open at 5:00 p.m. Thursday ,Need bed. $400. '4733146. ,3tpd serving Bradford?o'nd Cloy,
19"S 'FORD CLUB WAGONt, .. .12passenger ,,< night. All Paper American' Legion Hall experience
\ ,( -selectionfloor; model machine. "anct, 3 und.r my born until you need It. 1/21-2/4 Counties 473.4018. 5/28 tfn ,
$700 down, Take, N. Hwy 21, Keystone Hgt We still have '
'over company secured location:Call now. 7 miles North of ,Starke on Hwy 16 FREE FIREWOOD pine and hardwood FLOOR SAGGING? Door Dragging?
payments. 9646849. Itpd 1/21, 1.800.248.7369.'lean 88.26 toward prison. Bom on West side of Bingo Saturday. night and Sunday afternoon dry Also taw mill slates. Ideal"for' House out of level?? LaRue leveling

W9CHEV. LUV Very good condition, ROUTE FOR SALEt National company In 'road by split level home.under pecan I 1230121.: played:. on hard cards. 4tchg fence. 4733146. 3tpd 1121.2/ service for all your 'foundation repairs,
quick starter dependable. 1150. personal core products ha route for grove. Delivery available Arthur KING Sill BED $75. Also, fresh brown .473-7721. tfnchg
sale. No selling. collection only. Must Cask Ins, 782-3727. 10/22 TF PUTNAM BANNER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL. .73.2159. Itpd 1/21 '''COMPLETE HOME REPAIR
o.b.o '496-2298, eveningsl21 ;2tpd. egg carpentry
has for K-12 students,
1/28 start Immediately Minimum investment ,,PIANO! FOR SALE Wanted. Responsibleparty openings painting, electrical', plumbing.
-, $7,000, Call 18003277251." fcon' to assume small ,monthly Parents, wanting direct participation HOMES FOR SALE' Reasonable rate. Licensed contractor,
88.28 payments on piano. See locally Call with child's schooling. Non RB0049306 Call Mitch 473-3940 8/20
'IF'' 618.2341306 discrimination of race, color, national' <
YOU WOULD LIKE TO EARN to Manager at anytime 1/7 '
J $1000-$1500 week working In, motelodvertisin9 I 3tpd 121SEVERAL or ethnic orgln, P.O. Box ;33, Melrose, GOVERNMENT HOMES $1 (U 'Repair). TFchg

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub and) can travel with depen* ITEMSi 9mm Colt Combat Commander Fl.:32666. 3tchg 1/21-2/4. BUY DIRECT) Repo A Tax slezed prow ACREAGE

milled, to the Bradford' County doble auto, call Harold Flynn: $250: 35 hp Evlnrude $250,' pertie*. G.t the FACTS TODAY I Call .
Telegraph office in writing and paid In 904.252.3120..800.922.9084.. fear, Boot trailer $200, Compound bows $15;' CARS (refundable).. 1-518-457-3546 Ext.
143339A 24 .. 3tpd 1/7-1/2) BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT ON
1 1967 Ford Galaxl. $750, 1969 .
advance' unless,. credit ,Is already 8822 Mustang .
'established with this office' front end $200:' 1953 Ford Pickup for 77 PINTO STATION WAGON standard LANE 473:) 9236. 1/14 tfnchg.

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD parts $200; Mazda RX7 body $400. transmission runs but not well $300. SERVICES
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FOR SALE Phone 964-7529. Itpd 1/21 ,473-2210 or 473-2675. HELP WANTED


THE TELEPHONE. MUSICAL' INSTRUMENTS: 'A* low a* E. Call St., Stork., 1/21 2tpd 1/28 Good tires, new transmission. $300.. I homes,.pool, deck,'sidewalks. Freeestimates CHRISTIAA LADY, will babysit' In my
Classified deadline Is. TUESDAY $14.99 month, Call 964-6946. tin SEVERAL ITEMS: Hotpoint refrigerator, 473-3756 or 473.2210. Call Rob 473-3590. 3/5 home Men... Frl, Three blocks from Intersection '
NOON prior to Thursday publIcation. NEWSPAPER'per PLATES 'Aluminum.Measures excellent condition $150;,Oil heater ,,1950 TIM DODGE POWER WAGON 4 tfnchg In Orange Height Fenced '

Classified' display deadline is TUESDAY, 24x36'..,25 cents each with automatic power air blower, tank wheel drive, PTO 2,500 or trade for LAWN MOWING trimming edging. yard. 4682916. Certification number, I
5:00 P.M. ,Special Classified, display for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH included $50. 964-7165. Itpd 1/2T LUV type truck.: 4733146.. 3tpd Call Th. lawn Barber 473-3590. FreeEstimates. '515.3tchg 17.121PROFESSIONAL ,"
Guaranteed, FIGURE SHAPING TAIlESt Open 1/21-2/4 > STYLIST licensed '
placement is NOT 135 W. Call St. 9646305. your 3/5 tfnchg HAIR
Minimum charge; far classified ad Is ALICIA' HAY new hay $25. Delivery own figure salon with, the original W3 BUICK SKYLARK blue, 4D.' 'runs CHILDCARE experienced daycar. hair stylist with following for established .
;I 15 words' for $3.50.:then>15 cents for ,available ,All hay In barn. 7 mile West, ,Stouffer Concept Flgu" ,,Shaping ? good. 2800. Must sell. Colt 473.2524."; worker. Excellent references beauty salon. May apply in p.rson"
each word thereafter!, of Starke?on Rd.' 16, Jimmy Catkins- Tables.. Buy. factory "direct. after 6 p.m. Debbie Itpd J/21 ,Reasonable rotes Fulltime day and at Hair Designers of Keystone Beauty .
... ... ,,312.234.9541-fcan.98-23') : ,115 FORD RANGER 'miles ,
'964.8356.8/21 TFchg .; 16000 weekend.i 473-7434 Pouletle. Itpd .Solon, Nightingale Street, Keystone
'. LIMEROCK., FILL SANDi hauled and $4,500. 473-7179. Itchg V21 Heights or call .73.A865 or''' 475-1226.
HOMES FOR RENT'' Address written applications to P.O.
,spread. 782-3172,, Allen ,Taylor,' .
J PERSONALS:> Lawtey. 9/24 TF MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE Box ,1420 Keystone, HeightsFloridaq\ ,
I ALICIA HAYS Fresh cut $25 a roll. All FOR RENT White Sand lake 2 BR Furniihed -. 32656,Itchg 1/21, .
hay under barn 7 miles from Starke on $1S9/mo. A/C Deck $295 month till June.'
'ASSUME 3/2 V- on lot, $ .,, I
A WONDERFUL" ; Hwy.;, 16 toward prison 964.6167.or' dealer 351-8514. Stchg 1/7-2/4 $200 deposit.2/9.78847: 4tpd' r.y
European, ,Scandinavian
-Australian 1230121tBR :
782-3727 6/4 IfnBLUEBERRIES -' .
.\I. 'High School' Exchange Students, arriving HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28)(68.3", COTTAGE '- .with lake privileges,.
Homes of Merit $279/mo..,, freedelivery.
In August Become a host family forAmerican H&AC, screened porch furnished or un
plants, $250, Woodard at special
'' Uncle Roy's,1.351.8514.Stchg
Intercultural Student Ex- ,
furnished. $240/mo. One block from'
price $1, Muscadine grope plants" 1/7-2/4 ,
Call 800-SIBUNG.1 icon 88.35'''
change. $1.50 A $2.50. LONGNECKERS FARM, library. 73-.96t.lfnchg
INTERNATIONAL,' DATELINE ,USA ,in. ; 21' WIDE shingle, mason It.,fireplace '
HOUSE FOR RENT Beautiful Bradford
1,7 miles North of SR 26 on CR 1469; and morel $227/mo.. Uncle Roy's. -
troduces- you. ''0' single .attractiversincere Earleton.,West side of Lake Santa Fe. The first coin minted in the 1-351-8514 Stchg 1/7-2/4 County ?3BR" 2BA home nearKeystone. >

engineers, models, executives;1 4682483. '475-1151 473-2702. Open U.S. was a silver dollar MOBILE, HOME FOR SALE 12X52, 2BR Really big bedrooms.' CHA,
foreign VIPs; even 'millionaires; verydiscreetly. fireplace kitchen equipped ,,leaseterm
Free Information.Writ. Box ManFriS 1/14 3tchg\ 1/28 p.m., or by appointment. issued in 1794. 1BA, $1,800. 13.4512..2Ichg 1/ "-1121 neg., S450/mo.. Owner/Broker.

10307. Bradentori. 'Fl. 34282, MOBILE HOME FOR SALE OR RENT)Older 4751678. 1/14 tfnchg Hot water weighs more
913.755-1337. Scan 88-24 couple, 964.8392, 1/14 2tpd 1(21 PETS' GENEVA OAKS CONDOS 1 IBR and 2BR. than cold.
ATTENTION HOMEMAKERSI I Need ,61 kitchen, utility room and living room
people, !lose 20.30 pound this month ,KING SIZE WATERBED, complete. $150. 'Half Auttrlollon Blue, Heelers Dr recommended No drugs, no exerxlse.i" Also Double size standard bed' complete Commercial.ArButld1ng' reasonable, $25 each. "473-3747 4tchg 475.2052.2tchg 1/21 1/28
\OO*-guaanl..d. .Call) Kellie S5O. Call Cathy. 9647976.'*"'" ."1" 1/14-2/4 .
3032324582. San 88 27 2tchg \/2\ A'r .. ; : < 'Pit BULL PUPPIES $25. 473-9014, Itpd" y i.r
.LOSING LBS. IN 4 WEEKS EXtlflNCT .ATTENTION evlorgeement t '* 1/21 "' N+ TRAIN" ,fix I r drtt ,
block home lit city of Starker-looking Oa
With newly) developed' doctor- '
for 'reasonable offer in Starke 'TO si A trrarn'to
recommended product T con eat* a' 1-726-7651, FOUND je a
whatever I j'' wont! ,Tonnl '1/21 .tpd 2/H) PROFESSIONALSECRETARY
.'-800.99'/-29q. Icon' 88.25 3 TON HEAT PUMP practically n.w. takeover 1725 sq. ft.$36,000.00.. TRAVEL AGENT
payment Call 431-1270 at 6:30 FOUND beagle puppy.. Found on
''p.m. 1/212tpd' 1/28 Lawrence Blvd. near downtown store -SEC/RECEPTIONIST
9648629after No collar./ '473-3681. > or.473-4158, Itpd '.EXEC.SECRETARY AIRLINERESERVATIONIST
Start locally, full time/par time
6:30 pm Learn word processing' and!
related secretarial: skills Home! I Start locally time/part-time trair

I Study and Resident Training Not'll I on live airline computers.Home'

_dQuarl.... L.H.P. Fl. I study and resident training

Pleasant Valley Care Center GLORIA'S .FirUNCUU AVAILABLE Financial aid available. Job

905 W.. Madison Street e Starke, 32091 [ INSTRUCTORS: Richard Kellogg & Gloria'Bryant L':1-800-432-3004 I headquarters, Lighthouse Point Fl |

'1 1-964-4546 can LESSONS Guitar. Banjo & Electric Bass TMf HART SCHOOL .,, A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL

: -r 1800432.3004
Areas 'Finest(A.C.L.FState'Ucerued: / 964-8120 11-7 '. Sun' n.l0-2
", ? Retirement.Center,' Tues-Fri & M
'(1', Trained Staff. Good Meals .Planned Activities R Reasonable'Rates

t Minutes from, Shopping.. Drs.:and Hospitals. uuU'

Geared,toward home living. Must see to appreciate truly a. 'Luxurious Contemporary Custom Homes'' Durrance Pump & Supply

beautiful and loving home. U.S, 301 North, 864 N,Temple Ave.,, t.arke Q

*Pumps .* *Well Drilling ;,
.. .... .. .. . . Plumblng t I
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964-7061; t: .. '.

Hunters! FishermenRentals! !
., \.
,Good Selection of 2 & ,,3 BR Mobile Homes .

Good to Poor Condition Sold As Is '

From $995 to $1995 -LA F.R.K.,. Self Storage

Starke Housing Center Modern technology excellent craftsmanship: and American '7 'mi. South of Starke on'' US 301'

Ingenuity has resulted a housing design with standard features not
Loc.ted'I.MII.' S. of found In homes selling at twIce' the price. .

,Stark on US 301 9644174PINE'FORESTAPARTMENTS 6x12

e Built:t In computer center Fully,Insulated 'UiE 1
e Thermo Pane windows .e Cathedral ceilingse 7x12 fl' ,n

Exterior decks'I I I. interior design flexibility '

FHA&VAacceptei 10x12, P.O.Box 1209. Starke 1

KIT FORM or ERECTED SHELL 12x12, 'Well lighted 24 Hr. Access

', Now Taking Applications For. Free presentation call:

I .3 BR Apartments Starting at $200* John E. Curies Office 964.8447' I IS

CH&A Fully Equipped. Kitchen 'Cable/ Ready United Realty of Starke Home 473.3627 l

1530 W.: Madison,St. .'1vi n.-Frf.,9-5 p m.

Starke, 964-6312, ,f. Equal Housing Opportunity
:.b.. NEWLY
Fill Dirt soillk
Top FOR RENT by the night week or month.

KANE' CYCLE,,REPAIR, h Large or Small Loads of Limerock '
: e oliA1.
i Cycle Repair ..Parts Accessories

U.S. 301 N. Starke 964-5805 Tractor: ', Work-' Backhoe'- Bulldozer

964.6182.964.5823.9646095 O

I r ATC'1II5.200
Od 11
Headers ATC W I W i .

HELMET + ?9SpsS5D9' GUN- Elixson Wood Products, ,Inc., -


$21.95OPENTuesSat Cypress Mulch end ,Pine Bark

you Pick-up( or W. D.llvr tit

Chain Lube. .'. '$2.50 15 Years experienca We Also Have '
: .
Shields $2.50 Cylinder Boring. .$20. Walnut Street '
< Lumber- .
Heart v
Red Cypress :
Oil Filters. ,$1.99 ATV & 4 Wheeler \ saws from post office.StarV VPa.e 1 0 p0 ,

Ancra'Tie Downs $12.00 _Repairs Tune-Ups 964-6649 ,iI' 1






Armed Forces. .

I Union County. Mullins on Duty given in the transportation of pert
Starke sonnet, equipment and supplies.
At Jacksonville NAS Felton is a 1987 graduate of Bradford -

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class High School.Wainwright.

Roger L. Mullins, a resident of
Keystone Height, recently reportedfor on
BOATS LAND FOR SALE duty with Naval Air Reserve ,West GermanyArmy
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Naval Air Station in Jacksonville.
Private Frank B. Wainwright
,..1I I ACRE PARCELS 160 acre lam, 'A 1978 graduate of Interlachen
of Doc and
HIRING/ Government job 'In your ore PROGRAM DIRECTOR' Develop and If BASS TRACKER II 40 HP Mercury. would woke nice horse form, 1 lowdown High School Mullins joined the ,of son Starke has arrived for duty
15,000.168,000. Call 602-838-8885. coordinate program In a sheltered Gator galvanized drive on trailer all payment owner financed) Ap- Navy Reserves in October 1978. ,
Armor Germany -
with the 66th West
Ixt.3493.: 12/24 6tpd 1/28 work setting B.S.In Ed.or Human Ser. original equipment, plus many extras *. 1/2 acre, paved road with 2 Mullins' wife, Paula, is the daughterof ,
SINGLE WOMAN OVER SO for'' maid In, vice Related field and 2 yrs experience $3,'00. owner will finance 50 percentto pro bedroom mobile home on SR18. Hal. Joseph G. and Judy H. Knapp of wheel vehicle
de. Start at $15,500 to $18,000,, qualified buyer. Call 4963014. Wainwright a light
motel. Must live In. 964-7184. 12/30TP Ired. and Aocloi. 496-3939. tfn/cha. Melrose. of
IAIV WORKt EXCELLENT PAY Assemble based on qualification plus quarterly Itchg. 1/21 12/31 mechanic is a 1987 graduate

product at horn. Call for Informa bonus and great fringe Send resume "" 1.3 ACRES 150 h, on paved rood, SR18 Seaman BallietOn Bradford Huth School.

tion. S04- I-IIOO3, Ext. A9579. 12/31 to Bob Larimer, Olr'ector. Sunshine Industries FOR SALE Northwest ot Worthington Spring, 1 Duty in New York
tpd21 P.O. Box 509, Stork, Fla. mile west of SK12T. with wall, septic. ,

GIT PAID FOR READING BOOKS! $100 32091. phone 9647699. 1/21 TF HOUSES Need extra storage Sign on property. With down payment 'Coast Guard Seaman Wayne R, Jones. Completes
per title. Writ.: ACE-B111, 161 S. Lin.colnway. BAR MAID at Law's. Tavern, 9649956. STORAGE 5x10 and 10x10 mlnlwor.hou. owner wlli'consider financing. Carrie) Balliet, son of Dr. Dianne Rechtlne Naval
? W. have Recruit TrainingNavy
North Aurora III. 60542. Itchg' 121ACCOUNTING space .. Hale and Associates Duke Smith Licensed Real Estate of Lake Butler recently reported for
12/31 4tpd 1/21 CLERKS Immediate full- 496-3939. tfnchrg. 1/7 Broker Call 496-3O87. 1/14 Zteho.:1/21 duty at Coast Guard' Station, Fireman Recruit Ernie N,
SHIFT INTO HIGH GEARS The need I Isgrowing time opening. Good clerical skills required. FRUIT PLANTS AT MARTIN'S FRUIT FARM LOTS FOR SALI Mobil home okay. Rochester N.Y.A Jones, daughter of Mavetta J, Alex-

for owner/operator geared Previous hospital experience a Bar. 'root apple, pear, peaches, Utility Pole and owner financing 1997 graduate of Crystal River ander of Lake Butler has completed
to moving household good Get Into a plu. Apply to personnel Lake 850 E, plums, nectarine and figs $2.79. Container available. Call'755. 162. ,:1/14 4tchg. High School, Seaman Balliet joinedthe recruit training at Recruit Training
high demand career today. Join the Hand ft Lake Surgery Boiler, Fla grown apples, pears, peaches, 2/4 Coast Guard in Sept., 1987. Command in Orlando.
Main St.. ,
Relocation Service Division of North
1/28 and I nectarines $5 Blueberries $2 During the 8-week training cycle.
EOE. 1/21 2tchg
American Van Line You will/ operate 904-496-2323. $3, Japan*. persimmons $12. Jones studied general military sub
If FISHERMAN SURVEYS Temporary ((3 months grape Pfc. Jones CompletesArmy
your own tractor. don't have CARS/TRUCKS
you Closed ,
to Interview fishermenabout Ft Whit. 497.2621 Sundays jects designed to prepare her for fur
offer ) port-time
on., we an attractive purchaseprogram.
lake 1/7 4tchg.1/28 Transport ther academic and on-the-jor training -
tithing success on Sampson -
,,We provide)tralnlngno and clothing( experience and Rowell. Car with trailer hitchrequired 4-TON CENTRAL AIR UNIT for mobile 175 MG MIDGET 1500 Complete engine CoursePvt. in one of: the Navy's' 85: basis
necessary to pull a boat. Only 12V home. $600. REFRIGERATOR (frost ,overhaul new battery, paint and tire, fields.
allowance Including husband Single operator and wife or team hour per week. Rotating schedule re. free)GAS STOVE, both In harvest gold. AM/FM co...".. $2,600, owner will 1st Class Coltrane J. Felton, Jones is a 1981 graduate of Union

welcome Life, medical and dental are In' quire working some morning, afternoon $225 for both. Call 496-3016, days and finance 50 percent to qualified buyer. son of Willie L. and Mary E. Feltonof 'County'High School,

...uranc available. If are and ....nlng.-? both weekday 496-3042, evening Itchg. 1/21 4963014. Call 4963014. Itchg. 121MISCELLANEOUS Lawtey, has completed an Army
program you hour. Florida 10 SPEED BICYCLE $50. CAM motor transport operator course at
and weekend. $3.75 per
:21 of or older call today for a
year age ,
Fish Commission. 1 Itchg. Ft. Dix N.J.
Information Gam and Fresh Water ,
complete package : Eustls, Fl, the students weretrained
1903 course
; P.O. Box During
1.800-348-2191: ask for Dept. 97. fcan Classified Ads
88.33 327271903.: 904-357-6631. 1/21 3tchg in the operation
GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING Commen 2/4 PROPERTY DID YOU KNOW PECAN TREES ARE FAR maintenance of military vehicles ot Get Results!

clal need owner/operator I fIf NEED SOMEONE TO DRIVE ME to Miami,' SALERENTLEASEOFFICE BETTER WITHOUT MOSS, Colt ,less than four and one-half tons
Transport need will train one way. I have nice comfortable car togo ., 454-2870 6 to 9 p.m. High Spring, rated capacity; Instruction was also.
you training,;w* you.
be All 12/31: 4tpd. 1/21
la, but I will not returning.
You will operate your own tractor. expense paid. Contact me at AND WAREHOUSE SPACE NEW CREDIT CARD No one refuted! Major tt\
you don'f have one, CommercialTrantport County' Time Credit cards and Get your
Magnolia Hotel Room 7. Floyd Whit. Located In Union more
offer a purchase program Call for Information card today! 1(518)459-3734( ) Exf.3448A .
field. Itpd 121SUPERIOR building. ; .
that think I I. of the bet In the
w* on.
STYLIST,manager trainee(experienced 494-2261./ tfn. 24 hr>. 1/7 3tpd. 1/21 .
Indu.t",. If you are 21 or over and think FAST with GoII...
color, core free), REDUCE SAFE AND
you may qualify, call for a complete.-
"water .
Manicurists for progressive new salon Capsules and E-Vap pllli" .
formation' package Call weekday: -
Starke Plaza Available at Andrew. Drug Itpd.
opening March 1 In MOBILE HOMES I
Toll Free, 1-800-348-2147: ask for
Call lorrie at 475-5604 1/21
(Market Place)
Operator 97 (Commercial Transport Is confidential Interview. Leave FOR SALE
,a division of northAmerlcon Van Lines, for "
a Norfolk Southern Corporation. subsidiary mettage.
). icon 88.34 19H FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME 24' x: I I
TRUCK DRIVERSt Poole Truck Line offers 44' double wid. Sl.OOO down. BABYSIT IN MY HOME.After school
$23 pec mile to Hart to PTR driver R.V.s, CAMPERS. $195/month. Call 4962390. 1/7 3tchg hour. Home located across from lake' The dog day of ,mid-summer periods of hot. sticky uncomfortable about

with one year of verifiable employrnent TRAVEL TRAILERSTRAVEL '1/21 Butler Middle School Gym., Call Undo weather got their name from the ancient Greeks. Summer begins'

with on. employer. Yearly Inn ot 31..1652. 3 to 7 p.m. Itchg. 1/14, the same time that star;' Sirius rises with the sun.
creases and excellent benefit
package. Drivers with lets than one TRAILER 1983 Holiday, air. ..If- RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN HOMES,
year experience may apply as a Poole'I contained.,TIC and look It. 9644162.. : CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
Driver Trainee or for the Poole Driver Also' Barbells for sol.. Itpd 1/21
Training School. Apply 'In person.Pool. ,THE GOVERNMENT HOMES: ,from $T. (U

,Truck Line. ,2241, Detroit Blvd.. Penacelo repair). Delinquent tax property.

Flo.- 9044776481.' lain] e "" J Repo..*..lonr Call 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
1.800-225-5000. EOE. Icon 88-29 'i Ext. GH-1136, for currant repo li.t.,

SOMEONE TO CARE for elderly lady.LiveIn ''nts' For Hotneowners\\ 12/17 8tpd. 21GOVERNMENT '
5 day a week 964-7839. 1/21 3tchg HOMES il.OO (U Repair))
2/4 SiV11N "V"V V M-V BUY DIRECT! Repo and Tax tieiedpropertie MAYTAGJANUARY

'TiKAS OIL COMPANY need mature' Do-It-Yourself Kitchen ProjectsA *. ,Gel the FACTS TODAY
person for short trip surrounding :i Colt (refundable 1(518)459-3546.( ) Ext.
,Stark. Contact customer We train. hanging pot,and pan rack is H3339. 24 Hr.l/7 3tpd.:1/21

Writ. H.F. Dickerson Pres., a good solution to a "storage

Southwestern Petroleum, Box 961005, i'short" kitchen or for the cook whQ ...
ft. Worth Tx. 76161. Itpd 1/21
likes cooking gear where it is INSURANCEMAINEl

REAL ESTATE LICENSING only* $195. Call' handy and, visible.,experts say. t ( I. .
17554040. North Florida Estate What's more it can" be easy to INSURANCE AGINCYt 25 E. A A

College. 7/30tfn make yourself.' Main Street lake Butler, ,496-3978.

AVON REPRESENTATIVE needed full' Make the rack out of 2x4s joined Complete In.uranc.Ii.rvlc.10. tfn

*"t, time or. part-time. Unlimited oppor- together with'1/4 inch carriage
tunltle For more Information call bolts alsoiU.,fourvnches'long.- w 'HELP WANTED H" .
'MI 1/21-*
1 7873068. H/3f 4tehg
"I.N., FULL TIME OPENING Night shift Hangers for utensils can be brass The average do-it-yourselfer
excellent. benefit PTO program Apply or made of 1/4 inch dowels set at should find it easy to make this GET PAID for; reading book*? SI00. per' SSO
S. Lin-
to Personnel' at Lake Butler Hospital an upward angle. Adjust heightof attractive hanging pot and pan title. Write: ACE-B710, II., 60542.161 1/14 O

I Hand Surgery Center, Rd. 121 8 100 the rack so utensils will be with rack for the kitchen, .. 4tchg.colnwoy 2/4 N. Aurora

Lake Butler Fla. 32054. Ph. 496-2323 in easy reach' A solid platform of GOOD PEOPLE GOOD'' PAY w. GOOD

J/i4tehaJ/28_ M- 3/4 inch plywood can be added to butcher board or plastic laminate. BENEFITS Come In and talk with u*:

GOVERNMENT JOBS:' $15.400-$12,500 Benefits, Call take those seldom used articles. Secure back of top of wall by first' lake, Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd

Now 504-649-7922 hiring. ext.Excellent,J-9579. 1/14, 4tch( The rack can be suspended from nailing 1x3 into wall studding and Street,'lake Butler* 4963601. tfn/chg

the ceiling with either toggle bolts then screwing back of countertopto 1/21
2/4 this.Ends can be secured in the SUPERVISOR Distribution center detail
bolts"tnto ceiling'joists
or by running lag oriented accurate. Offer 2 week paid
WANTEDACCOT'NTS if counter is set be-
HELP same
vacation, insurance plan 4 paid
RECEIVABLE/ A breakfast bar could be a per- tween adjoining walls. If not, use holiday, profit shoring. Apply In per.'son 1

COLLECTION MANAGERfor fect place to eat those rushed, on- brackets made of 2x4s. Let them at Lake Butler Apparel 650 S.E.

regional furniture & the-go meals. According to the experts ''run from underside close to front 2nd Street, lake Butler Experience.
baseboard. helpful but not required we will train.496.3601ttfnchg.,121
appUancechron.Goods \ 'at :The Stanley Works ,a' :edge to wall just above ,

benefits & working leading maker,of quality hand Easier yet, use a solid plywood end, I ,

t conditions Including major tools, it can be easy to construct support.. and FOR RENT 4
For construction ..
benefits. own -
dental your
medical & and other projects
these ,
retaJ) Tuck a breakfast-bar in a corner plans '
Must have experience windoWor wherever thereis send $1.00 for "99 Ideas for a OFFICE. AND ,
1 and able to travel under a ** located In Union County Time Building
credit The Stanley
Call foi four or'five feet of space..,The Better ,Kitchen, to at,150 We.t Main. Call 496-2261: : for
Na-Cen. Florida area. Hall counter top can be made of 3/4, Works Dept.. NAPS, Box ',7000,' more Information tfn .

appointment. Clint ,inch plywood painted or made oCT New,Britain,CT 06050. CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely fur-
manager. 328-4638 nlthed. all electric central heat and
air paved road laundry and
park playground. Near *chool>. hoip. MAYTAGt
HELP WANTED : tate facilities PINES :;..121, earl lake WASHERS
ADVERTISING should be submitted Butler Call 4962366. Two children" DUTY
OFFICE to the Union County Time office max., and no pet*. chg/tfn 5/21 if4o T. In long Me, In fewest repair In lowest MOI lEtS
Week. Possible Full Time In Future. General 'In writing and paid In advance BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on service costs,In nationwide preference Aj 12 2
30 Hours and must have good unless credit I 10 already established Main Street In Lake Butler next door toAventureland ->Large capacity tub vs.s.e..s-.eer.w.tuwe
typing filing Video. Call 496-0077.
skills Include .
office experience helpful. with this office,
attitude.Some bookkeeping Classified deadline I* TUESDAY tfn-8/6
telephone on experience.., 12' x 4T THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME
$3.50-S4.00 per hour depending ,NOON prior to Thursday publication. Ideal for mall family, large yard. $175
9647699. to I I.15 words for 3.50
Bob Larimer. Minimum charge ;
INDUSTRIES. Call month. 496-2842: tfn/chg. 10/8,,
SUNSHINE; 1/14ztchg1m: then 15 cents for each word,thereafter per

appointment. -* 4 '030 5OAvEI!



;' ,7OO' ,Bradford Court Starke, taking application for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units:,These all. MAYTAGJETCLEAN"" 30.INCH MAYTAG RANGES BIG LOAD

with loU of closet pace and all have **...* DRYERS
Available..for immediate Occupancy f electric units are spacious and kitchen.appliance..('On. DISHWASHER
walltowyll'carpeting, i draperies MODEL WU202 '
Bedroom Apartments facilities. Rental assistance available! for qualified -
., i One and Two site laundry ,

applicants., fag Brt
NOW For application and Information ktXaKJHUBjPCTAYrAG

'.... M Was..,....S.Cer*".....I.u Pleate tee us at @ I r

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FROM ONLY $220. .1..1Irn.1I YfAG F
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Rental lentallnrormatlon Office, or can:(904) ,", '. .4 PONTIAC GMC Unsurpassed capacity Cooking depend quality on Deluxe you can !No.Easy 1 car Preferred labile Dryer"'Quiet' cycles;
\ sound'
RIIICK clean .
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needs. _',
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Ask about our FREE l anercafe. -

434 W. C.ill Street 411 W. Madison Slre.t 332 W. 'MADISON ST.' e PH. 964-7701

9.4-5126 4E45R27M.F Cove rifle 884-9836 __ ItOU..,'_ a M.e s.N..ihsw N e..e-t1 Ns.w '

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:Two Injured When Car... _'Hits Pole...

1 Trauma I landed on 8R-16 In Starke to transport the driver of this 1978
r? ,Toyota to University HospitaUn Jacksonville late evening Jan.'13.
James Paulk Is listed In fair stable condition in University Hospital as
of Jan. 20.according to a hospital spokesperson.Paulk suffered multiple
fractures, according to Paramedics Dan Cuddlngton and Jernl Johnson.
r2q' Passenger,David Kowalsky.U, of SUrM, was taken by Rescue to Bradford -
Hospital lor possible fractured pelvis and leg lacerations Kowalsky
was later transferred to Alachua General Hospital In Gainesville.
The vehicle was westbound on SR-1S when the driver lost control and
struck the power pole on the north side of the street between Church and
Water SU, according to Lt. W.C.Reno No charges have been filed In the
accident.Damage to the Toyota was 13.000.

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I Arrest Made in Willie Dell Murderf:, :,:::: : ,: \: .: ;f..;, Canadian Calved Lord "Christian'Brandy Bros., J'ohnnle Walker', Red

Good police work and' witness
cooperation in the vestigator Don Denton, girlfriend's home in Webster, and violence'In Bradford County. While .
investigation of
the weekend murder in Starke has Several telephone\ calls to the charged with grand theft, Jn prison DeSue had five disciplinary 8,99, ] 99
led to the arrest of a 30yearoldman. county jail concerning the OeSue was returned to Bradford reports for unarmed assault spoken T 1 99
whereabouts ofJoe DeSue, led Lt.
County by,Lt. Moore and Captain' threats and consuming Intoxicants I '
Joseph OeSue,,also known as Joe Glen Moore and' Captain Richard, Bennett where he was additionally He' was released early with administrative ITR 750 750
Bennett with the in
investigation charged Tuesday (Jan. 19) and Incentive '
Pernell Williams before gain
went to
Dells home on Old Lawtey Road,Willie for questioned search of DeSue.who said Witnesses they had'were seen ,Judge,Pierce with murder. time, according to prison Bacardi, Flelshmann's Calvert

a haircut Saturday afternoon and DeSue driving the victim's car.They spokeswoman Paula Tully. R'u m' Gin
wound up, three days later, charged said he1 was< trying to get to his,, ''OeSue was released from Lawtey1': Extra
with murder in the beating death of girlfriend's home in Webster. Correctional Institutional last June '
the 84-year-old part-time barber nAt 'At warrant charging grand theft after serving part of a ten year The two firearms and car,;have'
'*' /was issued by Judge George Piercefor sentence in 1982 for battery of a law been recovered,, according to Oe .-,
1 p.m. Sunday,Dell was found the arrest of DeSue. ,enforcement officer and escape. In ton., \ '
,dead in his home after neighbors: In Hawthorne the 1975 Chevrolet'was 1979 DeSue was sentenced to three 'DeSue remains in the custody' of, 99 ( ,
became suspicious when they did not found later abandoned (with the ;years for,resisting an officer with :>the county jail without bond' 74'9 ,7 .$69''s
see him that morning;Dell,who was hood up) on US-301 where witnesses; '
tied to his bed, was beaten about the,, said DeSue was trying to get a ride '
head and body.Two firearms,Dell's, to Webster after the car broke down. 750 750 tTRI
wallet and his vehicle were missing, At' 10:30: a.m. Monday morning
,from the home according to, In- DeSue' ,was, ,arrested at, ,his; SI/lQ

I ,Blood worth Retires... w' MORTGAGE BWKERS I

From Pace 1 %
:' Established 1884 z d EES
stabulary m Heidleburg as part of an rCicwri'> c tit .7 r d,31.00
operation /helping the devastated A BANK OF BOSTON COMPANY 8' ,
country recover an economic base Playing Frl. & Sot 'Til 2 A.M. "i'
after the destruction, of, World War Every Night
II. Harold 5) The Ray Parrish, Band'
He returned 'too. the' U.S., to K. Davis :
,...,... ..
Gainesville, his ongmal home, at- Loan Officer Cift ?"
your winning Florida"Tldilt
-,tended ROTC, then was called back
?, ,for.service in Korea. LI -..' 'BancBoston'Mortgage CorporationSWD Her e
(' ",We arrived in that: countfyJ jusf
three or four weeks after the truce Division -,Licensed Mortgage Broker/Insurers '
was signedBloodworth -n, 105 'LW.33rd Co rt,,Galnesvl11er'Florida 32607 '
remelTa red. "It was a very uneasy I Starke 1 mile North of Starke (os 301 1
time for all of us, and especially the Office, 37S-295O 'Local Number 473-0266 on

lives civilians-who back together were trying' to put,their FHA.VA. Conventional Home Mortgages Second 'Mortgages OPEN 7 DAYS WEEK'

Bloodworth and his men were put ,
'" -
in charge of an operation to over' "
15,000 red-Chinese prisoners of war, '>
who had surrendered and refused to DENMARK< FURNITURE COMPANY
return to their country for fear they ;
would be branded as traitors. t .
"'They ended up going to Taiwan : .:< JANUARY CL'EAR'ANC'E 'S'ALE'- '',>
(then Formosa} to join 'with the'forces : : r
of Chamg-Ki-Shek,the former ,' < ', > "
military ruler of China until he was ,' ', ;{;';, ,434>w..,Coil Street. ,...:4TJ W..MadlonSfreetSfarke., ',.:" >, "
exiled to Taiwan by Mao and his' ,Jame* Bloodworth <' :: ; ", ,'. > : ' ,' : ,,' ,, '
Freehs > "
communist forces, Bloodworth' : ..vDelivery1 ,< I '_ Financing
;: ; 1,said. "Moving them waS a big job' :" ': ', 964-5826 ef 964-5827 ;
; : : ; ; ) r\ /,.',,, ::Available-: ,
and it was freezing in Korea:' It was' '
the first time in my life I ever went quarters..,, ',
''for more than'30 hours .without He rose to the position of Assistant
,sleep" '. Commandant 'at, '.the Military 62'triple Dresser, Mirror, ,Odd
Bloodworth's career with'the Na-< ,Academy, which he refers to as one Headboard i & NightStand, If Night" Stands, ,
tional Guard actually began before of ''Ma. "most fascinating"' 'I
,his stint in Korea, when he was a assigments, then"was transferred to
charter' member of the first Guard Jacksonville, where he commanded :List' $869.85 Close Out '$ 695.00 'Close Out 39.95
unit in Gainesville.' Before going to, ,the 853rd Supply and Services''
Korea he was an Instructor at Fort Brigade. "
''Jackson gaining valuable ,ex' In 1976 he was promoted again LA-Z-BOY i
perience working with people that this time to the highest rank he Odd Drawer '
would serve him well in the years to would achieve Lt. Col., and returned 'S : 5 pc. modular groups
come"'After; to Camp Blanding where he remained Chest of, Drawers 2 recllners armless chairs and curved center
returning from Korea he unitl his "first retirement"in I '
1956 and in 1958 section,:,Choice fabrics '*':
'moved to Starke in June 1979.Bloodworth's.' $ 69.95 :199500
rejoined the Florida National and duties" at the Camp Were'S89.95 Close-Out : list'$2475.00 Close-Out *"

,,was promoted to Commander of the 'were numerous and varied. During, ,<
''Starke Guard Company D of the 53rd i his"second career"as Sgt.Major of ,'," Bassett % Decorator Sofas
Support Division in 1964. Logistics and Services at the Camp, ,
Bloodworth's career began two he was in charge of coordinating the Brass & Glass Beautiful Prints .,Best Construction
new directions in 1967, when he was flow of food, fuel and ammunition to Sofa Server Tables '", '
promoted to Brigade Maintanence' various sections of the huge facility Sale Priced
Officer and assumed duties at the during training exercises, in charge ;'" priced
later Camp's in 1968.Military. Academy one year' of lor' working at with up to '250 Were $79.95': ''Close-Out $ 49.95 'to$986.00 from :$' 59' 5' 00:
employees any given time
After making a name for himself, Perhaps the truest measure of the .
by helping to coordinate a smooth-' I value of this "citizen-soldier" and 5pc. Rattan LivingRoom Group' WALL UNITS
running maintenence and supply his multiple responsibilities to the ,Sofa, Love Seat, Coffee;Table & Several Styles finishes and sizes from
operation at the Camp, he received Guard came when he retired hisduties '
another promotion Major,in 1969 ,assigned to ,2, End Tables r Pastel Print Fabric' ,whlch'to'chovse. -
and ,was transfered to Post Head-, 'three different people., ,
.. List $1 ::799.95 'Close-Out '$ 1,495.00' Close-Out priced from' $ 9995 '

:..' :For" ', the" :;best deal on wheels, "' Queen Anne Desks With Matching, : 5..pc. ,Glass, ;top Dinnette, Sets'

Chairs 1-Cherry: ;., 1-Oak Good selection styles and chair colors
come see ..
: List $619.95 Close-Out $ 499.95 "
i "

Roll Top Desks from '259.95 Close-Out priced from '.$ 3495

: ,Tommy, Fdulk: CLOSE-OUT: on ALL White Metal ONE ONLY' '

Kitchen,Wall and, Base Cabinets Sofa w/rnatchlng swivel rocker In heavy

of Keystone'' : ,duty fabric backed beige vinyl. '

N. Tommy Invitesall 33% off' List $799.95 ". .ClOSe-Out $ 595-

his friends

\ ': and previous < } : ;f nLA'Z; =$qy/, : ,; I" :;",' Large Selection Wall; Pictures

\ customers to .!tf. ,_fill'RECLINA ROCKERS ; ;'J"i: 7 Florals, birds, scenes, ,etc;, ,
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I' at i";"/" ,..j-;:;4>'i ;t' 'L, ', .. from ,$299 "95" ':,Y,<, ;' ,:;JS'': ?, $24.95 each 2 for' ,'$3995

Orian Wells ,Chevy/Olds 90 Days '- 'Same as Cash Credit Terms Available

U.SJJ01 N.Starke 964-7500 New Store Hours: Mon. ,-' Frl.. 8-5:30: ; Saturday 8-1





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