Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Over Problems
Ceramics Class...

St.tike Hei-i cation Department

u 11l1 sponsor ceramic classes, Monday -

,Jan IS, at 7 p.m., or Tuesday On
morning, ,l'an. 16, at 9 a.m., in the Assessmentbe
old Armory Building across from
Pro.,'( Ki.h'aliunnot: required. Attorneys John Kopelousos. mid-March, since an ordinance
Sign up in the class representing Bradford County and authorizing the tax will have to l 1w
Terence Brown, representingStarke drawn, advertised for 30 days and

Learn About AIDS... will meet in Brown's office adopted.
today (Thursday, Jan. 4)), to discusspossible
Dr Jeffrey Rubin, Bradford
avenues of levying a special
(mmlv Medical Director, will present tax assessment Brown told city Plats Approved...
I the next Parent Education pro- Jan.
commissioners Tuesday night City commissioners approved
( (.if tciti.i; Monday Jan. 8., at 7
oil SR-16 in west Starke and back of
p m. Dr Rubin will present information Y "He wants to chat with me. lie the row of houses on the north side of
on the disease, AIDS. didn't specify," Brown said, when, SK-16, pending approval of city
A nursery will be provided. 4i't1pV : Commissioner Bobby Biggs asked engineers.

what terms would be discussed. Developer Gerald Griffis plans| to
School Dates... start building 17 new homes in the

;Monday Jan 15 is a school planning After three sessions in which city subdivision as soon as loan funds
commissioners have refused to approve -
day Teachers will be working, from the Farmer's Home Ad-
but students will have the day off the county's $100 special ministration are available he said
assessment, the county commissioners -
Wednesday, Jan. 17, is end of the Tuesday night.
have agreed to reduce their
3rd weeks and
six period midpointin
proposal to $70$30 for emergency
the school year. Look for report medical care and $40 for the opera- Street Caves In...
cards in the week the end
following tion of the county jail. The two
Andrews Street has caved in
of the period. at its
bodies have not met since the county
intersection with US-301 at Powell'sDairy
to the reduction.
Even It Up... agreed Freeze, and is blocked off <'i-i
ty Operations Manager Bill \\tldcm
-Dixie Stores, Inc. announced County commissioners were coun- told the city council.
its program, "Even It Up" has ting on leving the $100 special It will take several thousand
been successful in raising $173,127to assessment on the 9,000 homes in the dollars to repair the leaks in the
feed the hungry, since it was in- -* county, which would raise$900,000( to water lines, which are 16 feet deep in
IJ'orlucrrllast January. balance the county budget. location I
according to former
The program allows a customeran However, the assessment has to be commissioner Charles Schaefer. !
opportunity to "even up" their approved by the municipalities in who said plans have been drawn
grocery bills and eliminate odd The Top 10 Grade Earners at BIIS... the county if it to be levied inside the an alternate route Weldon said

cents. For example, if a grocery The 10 students who earned MI'alght.\'s at Bradford Kneeling: David fa nova, Shannon :MiCliesnev towns. rerouting the water lines may not
bill runs $24.75, the customer can" High for the second six-weeks are (ll-r): Steven Thornton. cost more than repairing the deep
tell the cashier to "even it up, and Bottom front Heather Safer mid Erica Pfonnlger. Standing: Danielle Smith, Jeff Johns, Jimmy Lawtey has agreed to sign such an line.
25 rents will be rung up for the Parado, Jason Canova, and Joel 'arm Interlocal agreement: Starke
"feed the tumgiy" program, Brooker and Hampton have not.
operated by the Salvation Army.A The county is now one-fourth
print out of the tax deductible through the 89-90 budget year. and Work Session... I

ontnbiittnn appears on the '" 10 Eal-.n.Straight-A's at BHSTen has been told by Attorney A workshop session ol the council\
customer's cash register receipt. Kopelousos 'the earliest a special Is set at 7:30: p.m. Monday, Jan,fl. to
assessment could be in place would study upcoming matters

Pet Owners... of 1,040 Bradford High and Mrs. Daniel Smith of Starke. A-B Honor Roll...
students, slightly less than one per Miss Smith is enrolled Spanish III,
With the outbreak of rabies in the cent of the student body, earned honors English III, algebra II,wood- The 72 students on the A-B honor Ellerson
area, check the vaccanation straight-A's for the second six-weeks wind band III, chemistry I, honors roll are, by grade: Suing
schedule of your pet, and have its grading period which ended Nov. 14 world history, honors American
Seniors... C. Bradford
rabies shots brought up to date. One senior, four juniors, and five history and fundamentals of typing Thomas I
1 tables in humans is fatal if not freshmen are the straight-A 1. Kendra L. Butler, Celeste Carter,
treated, and treatment is costly students. Chad E. Crafton, Cynthia M Davis, Over Assessmentby
James Scott Duncan, Kelley L.
and painful. Anther 72 BHS students, or 6.9 per- Freshmen.
M. Kimberly A.
Dyal, Doley Hersey
cent of the study body earned all A's
and B's for the A-B honor Jason A. Canova, son of Mr. and Johnson, Kevin B. Krack, Brian K. Buster Rohn Road in Starke will not sell for the
place on
Club Speaker... roll. The honor a roll is comprised of Mrs. David Canova of Kingsley Linzy Sharie F. Meier,Dana L. Nor- BCT Staff Writer assessed value, and that Alvarez did
19 18 Lake. Canova is enrolled in health man, Carl N. Richie, Roland L. When the Bradford County Boardof not take the location into consideration -
If your club or organization is 18 seniors and, 17 freshmen juniors, I-life management skills, honors Shafer, Mark P. Shuford, Misty L. Equalization failed to reduce the in reaching his decision.
with sophomores earn-
looking interest for to a speaker the a ,topicof con- ed all A's or, B's. English I, honors algebra I, brass Telken, Loren Turner. assessment on her home last Ellerson said, "I want to pay my

Dan community Ph. 9642029or The straight-A students, by grade, band I, chorus I, honors ear- September, County Finance Director share, but not on an amount greater
tact Cuddington, th/spadce science and practical Esther Ellerson promised to take than the house will sell for "
b'jll! Speakers available to talk are: Juniors... Carl E. Alvstad,
keyboard skills. the issue to court. In the Board of Equalization
Michael L. Becker, Missy R. Bosier
about Bradford County Special ,
Ellerson has retained Attorney Alvarez said the increases
Olympics for the mentally handicapped Seniors... Jeffery W. Johns, son of Mr. and April D. Dicandio, Shannon R meeting '
Marvin W. Bingham Jr of in value of the Ellerson w as
Mrs. Ernest Johns of Starke. Johnsis Hicks Christina A. Jacks Latara V. property
Steven M. Thornton, son of Mr Gainesville to her, and has the result of substantial additions to
enrolled in I honors Jackson Tiffany L. King, Denise E. represent
Starke. Spanish ,
and Mrs. Donald Thornton of
filed a suit to force Property Ap- the house, saying the house increased -
Thornton is enrolled in honors Enghph I honors algebra I,personal Longer, Walter C. Little, Jason G. Jimmy Avlarez to review from 2,140 ft. under roof in
praiser sq.
Food Pantry... English IV, math analysis, wood- fitnesj, introduction to leadership Norman Alpesh K. Patel, Danika L. the assessment on her home, taking 1987, to 3,174 sq.. ft. in 1988, and to
band IV advanced development/ROTC, honors ear Richardson John G. Robbins, MarlaK.
wind place
into consideration its location and ft. in 1989 than doubling -
The Bradford Ecumenical Food chemistry, physics I, honors th/space science, and world Scott, James N. Smith, Kevin W. resale value. 4bbO in sq. For tax, more the I
is in need of canned Snow, Carla L. Stephens, Monika B. size. purposes
Pantry economics, and peer counseling. grography. :interest in the suit is heightened number of square feet were reducedto
vegetables especially green beans, James L Parado, son of Mr. and Williams. because Ellerson is one of the 1,850, 2,940 and 3,789 for the three
peas and corn. These items are no Juniors... Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton highest paid county employees, years, a routine reduction for por-
longer available to them throughthe Brian D. Canova, son of Mr. and Lake. Parado is enrolled in SpanishI Sophomores... Shere S. other than constitutional officers. ches and other open areas.

food bank of Jacksonville.You Mrs. David Canova of Kingsley honors English I, algebra II, Brown, Kenneth L. Carlton, Mark J. Alvarez's office reviewed Assessments and taxes for the
may drop your can goods at Lake. Canova is enrolled in FrenchI chorus I, personal fitness, honors Crawford, Janice E. Davie, Kelly A. assessments throughout the county three years are:
the following churches this Sunday: honors English III, trigonometry, earth/space science, and global Duncan. Courtney A. Gilliam, last year and adjusted many pro .1987: $42,208 and $314 13
First Christian Church, First woodwind band III, chorus III, studies. Timothy E. Gowens, Marie Green, perties to reflect current resale 1988: $64,234 and $658.97
Presbyterian Church, First United chemistry I, and honors world Deana A. Holiday, Emma J. values. Thirty eight persons met 1989: $93,541 and $1,246,69
Methodist Church Madison Street history. Knowles, Amanda K. Loper, Sept. 25 with the Board of Equalization The home is located on Old Lawtey
Baptist Church, St Edwards Erica L. Pfenniger, daughter of to objections to their Road the intersection with E.
Michael D. Lamont S. voice near
of Mrs. Patricia ,
Joel R. Caren, son
Catholic St. Mark'sEpiscopal
Church Mr.and Mrs. Wilson Starke.
Jerry assessments, with owners of lake- !Market St.
Metina L. Smith, Jane R.StanwixHay .
Caren of Brooker. Caren is enrolledin Mosely
Church First Baptist Miss Pfenniger is enrolled in Health
Brenda A. Williams front property representing the In the September meeting, Eller I
Latin II honors III
English ,
Church, and Kingsley Lake Baptist I-life management skills, honors '
woodwind band III, Judina A. Williams, Richard Wolf. largest group of protesters. son contended the location of the
Church. trigonometry, English I, honors Algebra I, brass
The Board of Equalization is composed home was not taken into consideration -
honors chemnistry world I, global studies, and band, jazz ensemble I, honors ear- Freshmen... Angie D. Baldree, of three county commis and should reduce its assessed

history. th/space science, and world Bradley P. Ball, Emily D. Bradford, sioners and two school board value if properly considered. "The
Square Dancing. Shannon B. McChesney, son of Mr. geography Kim T. Byrd, Ethan R. Caren, members. Only one, Francis Meng, house cannot be favorably compared -
Square Dancers meet every second and Mrs. Kenneth McChesney of Heather M. Safer, daughter of Roena P. Ceballos, Laterra A. was successful in getting a reductionin to homes in the Country Club
and fourth Tuesday at the Starke. McChesney is enrolled in Mrs. Gina Safer of Starke and Johnson, Justin B. Kendrick, Tory its assessment, with the board finding Estates with similar floor areas,"
Lawtey Elementary School from 8 honors English III, trigonometry, Sheldon Safer. Miss Safer is enrolledin L. Kitties Bryon E. Lee, Mary C it still qualifies for an Ellerson said. Located as it is, the
to 10 p.m. Come out and join the chorus Ill, personal fitness, Spanish I, honors English I, Milton, Misti D. Padgett, Dottie R. agriculture exemption, even thoughit house cannot be sold for the assessed
fun. chemistry I, honors American algebgra II, personal fitness, honors Prevatt, Melinda A. Ramsey, TonyaA. is located on Hampton Lake. value, one of several criteria re-

history, and honors world history. earth/space science, global studies, Tatum, Caryn L.Taylor Jason A. Ellerson was one of the protesters, (see Ellerson..p.3\)

Upcoming... Danielle T. Smith, daughter! of Mr and practical keyboard skills. Welty. saying her home on Old Lawtey

Public meetings scheduled In the .110. .-. .

coming Bradford weeks Commissioners are: will Growth is for 1SJ ( U s

in meet Courthouse.the Monday Commissioner's, Jan. 8, at Room 9:30: of a.m.the, Key issue i. : I Iby

Starke Council will hold
City a in siarKe: to oe located on me I\UA campground
Sue Ellen Smith
workshop, Monday, Jan. 8, at 7:30 room and a four-bed special care unit tions in enrollment since it opened its doors. site. KOA was to move its cam-

p.m., in City Hall. BCT Staff Writer By December of 1982, observers were pground just north of the present site.
Brooker City Council will meet When you think of Starke and Bradford predicting a building boom for Starke in 1983. Downtown Revitalization... However,another announcement in August of
Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 7:30 p.m., in Ci- County in the 1980s,you can't help but think of Among new proposed construction at that Along with the proposal for a SFCC Starke 1986 put the long-awaited Wal-Mart on hold.
ty Hall. growth.The time were three new restaurants,a mini shop- campus in 1984, citizens also urged the Starke
Hampton City Council will meet last decade has seen new businesses ping center, office buildings, a dental office, a City Council to begin a project to revitalize That announcement was the decision by
Tuesday, Jan 9, at 7 p.m., in City thrive, older businesses expand and the hardware store, and an apartment complex. downtown.By Winn Dixie to move from its location in Bradford
Hall. population swell. Building permits Increased in 1981 to $8.5 Square to a new site on SR-100 The new
Bradford County School Board million from $7.08 million. October of that same year, 21 of 35 store, which was to be called The Winn Dixie
will meet Tuesday, Jan. 16, in the It has also seen the myriad problems that downtown businesses signed up to finance the Marketplace, was to be located in a 45,000
Administrative Office on North come along with growth, including growth $500,000 redevelopment project. The proposed square-foot building contained in a shopping
SFCC Comes to Starke...
Temple Ave at 7 p.m. management, the need for increased local project would widen sidewalks, plant trees center with room for several smaller stores.
Starke City Council will meet government spending and environmental The growth was contagious. In August of and greenery and add parking to downtown. The Wal-Mart project was put on hold until an
Tuesday Jan. 16, at 7:30 p.m., in issues. And the growth has shown no sign of 1984, a group of citizens began leading the In December of 1984 the city agreed to pay the alternate grocery chain could be persuaded to
City Half.Bradford. slowing down. movement to have a permanent Santa Fe $15,000 needed to plan the project. The process go into competition with the new Winn Dixie.
County Commissionerswill Community College campus located In the of applying for grants to help fund the Meanwhile the Winn Dixie project remainedon
meet Wednesday, Jan. 17, at New Hospital is Built... historic Bradford County courthouse in project was soon under way, and by May of track, opening its doors in June of 1987.
7:30: p.m., in the Courthouse. Zoning The first rumblings of unprecedented downtown Starke. The old courthouse had 1986 the project received a $575,000 commercial Wal-Mart found an alternate grocery chainin
issues will be on the agenda. business growth were heard in February 1981 been saved from destruction in the 1970s by rehabilitative block grant from the March of 1987 when Food Lion announcedits
The Starke Zoning Board will when Alachua General Hospital of E.L. Matthews of the Telegraph. Florida Department of Community Affairs. desire to open a store in Starke. Deerfoot

meet Thursday Jan. 25, at 7 p.m., Gainesville submitted a management proposal Businessman/civic leader Guy Andrews led The project was completed two years later. Village, the new center containing Wal-Mart,
in City Hall, followed by the Boardof to Bradford Hospital for managementof the movement to renovate and add on to the Food LionI and several specialty stores,
hospital. Their proposalwas 1902 courthouse for the location of the proposed opened early in earlyk 1989.
Adjustment, if any items are on a proposed new The Rumors Come True...
SFCC branch and agreed to fund portion
accepted and by March of 1982 legisla-
the agenda. needed for the project. The early 1980s could be called the Wal- Bank Addition.
Chamber of Commerce annual tion was passed changing the Bradford of the $600,000 Only New Latest ..
later the Santa Fe Community College Mart rumor years. Nearly every other month
Hospital from public not-for-profit to private one year The increase in commercial growth
banquet will be held Saturday, Jan. through Starke citizens were subjected to rumors that con-
not-for-profit. By December of 1983, construction Starke Center, funded mostly tinued into the last year of the decade with
27.Bradford Board of the$6.6 million facility was under way.. citizen contributions opened its doors. The Wal-Mart Discount Stores was opening a more than $9 million in building permits
County Zoning the were
in 1989 to The Santa Fe store in Starke. Every year rumors
in of 1987 at a site name was changed
It was completed February granted by Bradford County in 1989.
meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan. old Road in Community College Andrews Center in honorof found to have no basis in fact.
30, at 7 p.m., In City Hall. just east behind Starke the and hospital included on Colley an expanded its major contributor, Guy Andrews. The Finally in 1985 Wal-Mart Discount Stores (See GrOWthP.8A

.- -......... ---- emergency room, a state-of-the art operating Starke campus has far surpassed all expecta. did announce the opening of a Wal-Mart store

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Page 2A TELEGRAPH January 4, DUO

I Lack of Firm Plan Kills Church's. Request for Zoning Changeby

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Buster Rahn The Zoning board expressed con- professional or sales office, In'eventit use plan should be maintained in the tions, since one side is zlg-zagged to ZB Director O'Neal reported 44
BCT Slat Writer T. cern that the matter isn't being Isn't sold for a residence.: ', area, and went on to say that mobile dodge an existing DUilding.: permits were Issued in Decemberfor
The Bradford County Zoning handled as a special exception, and The Zoning Board will recommend homes pay little or no ad valorem However, O'Neal said, the ZB can which the county received $2,174in
Board turned down a request for balked at granting an open-end approval of the request to the Boardof taxes, and the ZB should take the tax approve the request and the line fees. Included in the permits were
rezoning a parcel adjacent to the classification in a residential area. County Commisioners in its Jan. base Into consideration In rezoning change can be handled ad 13 mobile homes and 6 single family
Seven Day Adventist Church on west 'In making a recommendation to 17 meeting. issues. ministratively. No building permit residences.The .
SR-100, Tuesday, Dec. 26 for, lack ofa .deny the petition, ZB member Larry Mrs. Carol Stevenson asked, will be Issued until new lot lines are total estimated constructioncosts
firm plan for use of the property. Paterson said there are too many Robert Cooper... "How many mobile homes can be drawn. of $416,340 is below monthly
Representing the owners, Jo Ann other things that could be put on the The Zoning Board refused to put on 2 acres?" The ZB agreed. averages for the year, O'Neal said.
Glisson and Faye Matheson, the property with an RO classification.ZB recommend approval to rezone 3.25 O'Neal said six mobile homes may
Rev. Ron Rockey, minister of the Chairman Rick Replogle ad- acres on Edwards Road from be put on two acres, providing the Betty Lester... Adjustment Board...
church, told the Zoning Board the lot vised the owners to complete con- Residential Single Family (RSF-1) parcel Is laid-out properly to ac- Betty Lester, who lives in St. Ed Wagner,owner of the red brick
will be used for a church caretaker struction of a building now under to Residential Mobile Home (RSF- comodate the septic tanks. Augustine and was unable to attend home beside Hope Baptist Church in
dwelling and group counseling, and way, then apply for a special excep- MH) for Robert Cooper, although an ZB Member Larry Paterson the meeting, was represented by Theressa, was represented before
possibly other church related ac- tion."If adjacent 8.26 acres was rezoned 3-4 recommended denial of the request, Jim Driver, who wants to buy a 1.2 the Bradford County Board of Adjustment -
tivities not presently determined.Rev the church doesn't want it, we" years ago for mobile homes. saying the adjacent land Is the only acre parcel In the Gilhooley subdivision by prospective purchaser
Rockey said the owners pur- can then look at other alternatives, Mrs. Victoria Cooper said the parcel classified SFR-MH in the on SR-16W. The small Greg Brumbaugh, who said he
chased the property, and are in the Replogle said. parcel is site of the old Cooper area. parcel is classified EA (Exclusive wants a special exception to allow
process of donating it to the church. The vote to deny was unanimous, homestead, and the old home is being Replogle said the ZB should not Agriculture), and the owner seeks a group living facilities house
However, Ms. Glisson said the pro- 40.Darrell razed. The Coopers own the ad- take the tax base Into consideration change to OR (Open Rural) to allowa currently zoned Open Rurl.e
perty was originally purchased for O'Neal zoning director, joining property and want to con- in zoning matters,but voted to deny mobile home
an outreach program, to be operatedby said the is in a non- solidate their; holdings into a single the petition.ZB .
the City of Starke. conforming status, since it has not classification. Member Morris Starling cast a The red brick residence,with 2,800
The property is currently zoned sought a special exception to be Mrs. Ann Wingate submitted a "nay" in the 3-1 vote. With little discussion, ZB Member sq. feet heated and cooled,will be us-
Residential, Single Family, which located in a residential area. petition of 25-26 signatures of area Larry Paterson recommended ap- ed to house 12 adult residents suffer-
allows church buildings and church residents opposing the change, say Ben Hankerson... proval, saying, "There are trailerson ing with Alzheimer's Disease.
related activities by special excep- Walter Sylvester... ing it is the goal of the Coopers to In- Hankerson said he wants to build a both sides,and I don't think it will
tion, but a Residential-Office (RO) Walter Sylvester asked for the stall a number of mobile homes once convenience store, without gasoline ever change." The Board of Adjustment approved -
classification was sought in order to new two-story house on south the change is made. pumps, on NW 25th Ave., the Plea- the request, stipulating the pro-
allow other activities not usually US-301, across from Griffis Gas Co., Mrs. Cooper said there are no pre- sant Grove Church Road, about mid The 5-0 vote was unanimous. perty should be fenced to prevent
allowed by special exception in to be reclassified from Residential, sent plans to put mobile homes on way between west SR-16 and residents from wandering off.
residential areas. Single Family to Residential-Office, the property, and may never put a Brownlee Road. Other Action...
Bill Powell, who recently built a to accomodate use as an office,sinceit mobile home there. No one opposed the request and Realtor Susan Faulkner was on Brumbaugh said he has been affiliated
new home near the church, opposedthe has not sold as a residence. Mrs. Wingate said the integrity of the ZB moved to recommend ap- the agenda to have two parcels con- with a congregate living
reclassification, saying, "I hate Sylvester said the house has about the land use plan should be main- proval, with stipulations. sidered for rezoning, but asked for facility in Putnam County for 5
to fight the church. Let's wait until 3,000 sq. feet, sitting on an acre of tained. O'Neal said the one half acre plot both to be tabled at this time. No years, and agrees the property
the church gets the property, then land. The RO classification will give Greg Marshal supported Mrs. cut from 23 acres owned by Hanker- reason was given for the change in should be fenced on all four sides. It
I'll be their champion." him an option to sell the house for a Wingate's contention that the land son, doesn't meet zoning regula- plans. has fence on 3 sides already.


I Solid Waste Association ]Forges Ahead Here, Protests MinimalBy

Joe Cissy Opponents to the landfill have $200,000. DOC will be'compensated; waterways are becoming en- immediately beneath,and in contact will cost more than $150,000 per
leT Staff Writer threatened legal action. If a suit is for this amount over a five year dangered by the deep percolation of with, the plastic liner. acre.
By November 1990, just 10 months brought, it could cost up to $250,000for period In credits for charges for contaminants.New Additional regulations have been These recent requirements of
from now, the new $2.5 million tri- each side, it was said, and these trash disposal (tipping fees). regulations have been imposed imposed regarding the operationand DER have placed an almost Insur-
county solid waste disposal facility costs would ultimately be passed on Established to combine resourcesto requiring plastic membrane closure of existing landfills. On mountable cost on small rural coun-
scheduled to be opened at Ellerbee to the citizens of the tri-county area. meet the growing crisis in solid liners beneath all landfills, and of these costs is the requirement that ties which have a limited tax base.
Curve just off CR-121 three miles Even so, the landfill facility can waste disposal, the association is leachate collection and treatment monitoring wells be drilled surroun- In an effort to minimize these costsof
north of Raiford in Union County. not be stopped without just cause, making great strides in its effort to systems be incorporated into the ding the area and water samples waste disposal by combining efforts
The first 25 acre cell with five says Association Engineer Frank establish one waste treatment facility system. More recently, re- taken and tested quarterly, to insure and eliminating duplication of
acres to be lined as a start, is being Darabi. Landfills are legitimate to replace the four now in ex- quirements have been increased so that contamination does not spread equipment and manpower, the
built with a $2 million appropriationfrom operations and have to be sited. istence in the tri-county area. that a double liner be installed. One into the water table undetected.It regional concept was born.
the Florida Legislature "Only if the design plans do not The four current landfills, one in liner may be a three feet layer of has been estimated that openinga
funds from each county, based plus on meet DER requirements, can the each county and one for DOC, are compacted and impervious clay soil new landfill to DER specifications (See Solid Waste..p.3.v)
population.With operation be halted, and then a corrected operating under consent orders from
an eye to reducing the cost of design can be filed for ap- the Department of Environmental ....
solid waste disposal for all and the proval," Darabi continued. Regulation (DER). They have been
replacing of four unlined and Ellerbee Curve was chosen given permission to continue what is
landfills with a single double lines because of its central location to all now an illegal landfill operation pending -
and "state of the art" facility, the three counties, say association the start-up of a regional facili- beverage
three counties of Bradford, Baker board members, being nearly f
and Union, along with six, soon to be equidistant from the population The landfills, as now operated, do l v SQ.eIL
seven, Department of Corrections centers of Lake Butler, Macclennyand not meet environmental standards,
f DOC: institutions within the three Starke, and is on lands owned by and at least one of the four has been
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River Solid Was Association up front cost of purchasing a site. groundwater pollution.Hequirements N $ DAYS
( NRSWA) Ellerbee Curve was chosen Changed... _
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regional coalition of counties in the state (DOC) thereby avoiding and not be a hazard to local shallow a 1
Florida combined to meet the com- the up front cost of purchasing a site. water systems. It Is now recognizedthat 1 I :
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% M Electricity UsageIn ,

: ', Starke Up 49%

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Electricity usage was up 49% in There was none of that in Starke.
Starke over the long snow, sleet, and Manager Weldon had firm contractsfor
ice freeze Christmas weekend, says power with Florida Power It
City Operations Manager Bill Light, the FPL St Lucie Plant, Stan-
Weldon ton, and the City of Gainesville.
It means higher January utility Firm power means if the seller cuts
bills for the 1,760 Starke customers. the power to Starke, he pays Starke
n4 But Weldon wants his customers to Weldon saysWeldon I
w, n A __, understand why. had 8,000 KW available In
Peak demand over the cold firm contracts, plus 7,000 KW in the
weekend was 10,900 kilowatt hours
city power plant s seven generators.
(KWH) Saturday, Dec. 23, and 10,900 He used all the firm contract power,
r KWH Sunday, Dec. 24a 49% in as the contract requires, and supplemented -
crease over the normal weekend with Starke's generators.
t } load for December. Plus, Weldon No feeder line was out at any time.
had to pay more for fuel for the The tree trimming done over the
power plant when natural gas was summer, in which limbs were cut 20
cut off and he ordered three loads of feet from power lines, payed off by
No. 2 diesel fuel to make certain he not having limbs fall on lines,
could get through the cold weekend. Weldon points out. Some residents
Over the cold weekend, however, complained last summer, but the
nobody complained or asked about trimming saved some outages.
the cost cf the electricity, Weldon City electric crews received 35
-- -. said. They just wanted it to stay on, calls. Many were for downed TV
and it did. cable and lines.
Top BMS Grade Earners... The state energy office in Over the telephone cold weekend there were
Tallahassee has called Starke three
I Straight-A students for the second six-weeks grading period at Bradford Back row: Lindsay Walkup Brittany Bula, Laura (;otllint-r, Bethany times to confirm that there was no 64 below continuous hours of freezing or
Middle School are (1-r): Lee, Jonathan Smith, Stacy Johnson.Not general power outage in the town. It temperatures, from 7 am.
Front row: Tori Mersey. Charlotte Smith Jason Wilkinson, Shannon shown: Robert Libby. was a time when the large and giant Friday, Dec. 22, through 11 am
Bunker, Heather Williams, Elise Sistrunk. power companies were experiencing Monday, Dec. 25.
In December there were 199 hoursof
because of
outages generator
failures, or having to have stage 40 degrees or below temperatures,
13 BMS Students Earn A'sThirteen in which cut off
I : Straight- outages to I different areas power at different was- times. (see Electricity..p.8A I)

Bradford Middle School Shannon Bunker, daughter of Mr Eighth uraae... Jim Autry, Cassandra Jarvis,Christie U Jones,
students, or 1.79 percent of the and Mrs. Ramos Vargas of Starke. Dawn Brown, Jason Corbme, Tract Julie Loper, Tama Mattox, Tracey
726-member rtudent body, earned Elise Sistrunk, daughter of Ms. Crawford,Shelley Dampier, Angeha McCullough, Tina Meng, Bethany
straight-A's for the second six-weeks Trlsh Sistrunk of Starke. Denton, Joel Eunice, Jeffery Evans, Modesitt, Diane Newham, Molly
grading period which ended Nov. 14. Lindsay Walkup, daughter of Mr. Leslie Folsom, Jason Greene, O'Neal, Julie Ponder, Melissa Ran-
Another 90 students, down from and Mrs. Wilshire Walkup of Crystal Greer, Amy Hartlein, Amber Reyngoudt, Erin DO YOU KNOW.. .
106 the first six-weeks,earned all A's Melrose. Heather Hersey, Jeremy Rogers, Shannon Safer, Jamie
and B's for a place on the A-B honor Hildebrand, Justin Lee, Chris Schiller, Heather Smith, Traci
roll.The Sixth Grade: McMonigle, Larry Neesmith, Dana Thomas, Dana Warren, Cory how easy it is to place a classified ad
straight-A students, by grade, Tori Hersey, daughter of Mr. and Newsome, Candie Norman, Heather Wright.
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Robert Libby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hetal Patel, Smita Patel Amy Florida Classified Ad Network?
Eighth Grade: John Libby of Starke. Rankin, Stephanie Sellers, Jennifer Sixth Grade: Lakeisha Austin,
Brittany Bula. daughter of Mr. Charlotte Smith, daughter of Mr. Shadd, Casey Trimble Kristina Brad Barber, Angela Brown,
and Mrs. Joe Bula of Starke. and Mrs. Stephen Smith of Hampton Vrastil, Kim Wilson. Christina Cowart, Shawn Cox,
Christina Darrah, Cynthia Denton,
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Jonathan Smith, son of Mr. and Annette Williams of Lawtey. Anderson, Robbie Bassett, Melissa Lee, Amie Long, Christina of the rest.
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.Stacy Johnson, daughter of CarlN. A-B Honor Roll... Carlton,Jennifer Darley, Linda Dix- Estefanie Pormatilo, Charles Snell,
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I Solid Waste Plan I Contact : I l

(from page 2A) couraged to form cooperative CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I
Legislature Acts... pro- Amount and type of materials ,
A Regional Concept... grams. recovered for recycling..
In December 1986, with"* The Florida Legislature! s ed-HI ,'As a minimum, a majority of .Percentage of population participating BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH J
what is called the 1988 Solid Waste
cans, glasswehkd .
legislative appropriation of $250,000; j Management Act, mandatingthatall :: plastic in the program.The 964-6305
and an' additional 'appropriationsfrom bottles must be percent reduction achieved.
Florida counties and
separated and offered for recycling. of the recycling ac-
Alachua County of$100,000, a Description
with and
13 county regional study was in- municipalities comply new the Plastics, metal, and all grades of tivities attempted, their success
stringent regulations regarding
itiated, employing a Tampa con- collection and disposal of solid paper are encouraged be rates, reasons for success or failure, I
sultilng firm of Camp, Dresser & wastes. separated, and yard trash and other and evaluation of activities that are Wheeler
McKee, Inc. Florida law stipulates that coun- acceptable material is encouragedto ongoing and most successful. Ask for Sylvia your

The study was to determine the' ties are responsible for disposing of Recycling be recycled of into at least compost.30 percent of (see Solid Waste..P.HA Classified- Advertising Representative
best and cheapest way for the regionto solid wastes for both county and city the waste stream is mandatory by "" I'
of residents. For the most ,
dispose part city
considered December 31, 1994. Also, no more
natives were facilities are prohibited, that half the recyclables can be yard
single landfill, and three subregional necessitating a high degree of trash, white goods (refrigerators,
landfills to serve the 13 county cooperation between city and county stoves, appliances), construction or
region. governments in waste handling. demolition debris,and tires. At least
Negotiations broke down and the Cities are required to collect solid
half of the 30 percent must come
Master Plan was abandoned when waste within their jurisdictions and
from paper, cardboard, glass,
representatives of nine of the 13 transport such waste to the disposalsite. aluminum cans, and other metal
counties stated they could not vote to The county may charge wastes.
join the regional plan. reasonable fees for the processing of
Counties selected to be the host for the wastes, but no more than is
the landfills protested_ accepting charged other users of the facility. Reporting Requirements...
garbage from other counties. The Fees charged must be based on the Each county must report annuallyto
Alachua County Commission objected costs associated with waste manage- DER the progress made toward Choose from 3 Great Groups !
saying that county, the ment. the recycling goal. The first reportwas
due October 1, 1989, and included
of would
largest the 13. be subsidizing -
the waste disposal, 1 costs of the Recycling Start...? the following: Assorted styles and colors with canvas or vinyl uppers, padded collars and cushioned

other 12 counties. Counties distant Originally, a recycling programhad The status of the county's public insoles. Styles shown represent the sale group. Selection may vary from store to store.
from the landfill realized they would to be started by July I, 1989, but education program on recycling.
have increased hauling costs. Other delays have been granted, and The amounts of waste disposed of
small counties objected to the loss of recycling in the NRSWA Is scheduled by the following types: yard trash, Our low regular to $9.99
control of their own destiny and the now for an early February kick- white goods, clean debris, tires, and
prospect of a 40 year bonded indebtedness off. Counties and cities are en- all other.
to finance the plan.
$ 99
NRSWA is Born...

Bradford commissioner Joe Rid- 5
dick had earlier approached Baker,
Union and DOC with the idea of a "I love the New s Boys', Girls' and
four party, more local, regional Ladles' Sizes.
plan, so it was logical to pursue that
course once again
With Bradford County's Solid Fast & Flexible
Waste Director Darrell O'Neal as
acting chairman, the New River Our low regular to $14.99
Solid Waste Association was formedin
early 1988, with two commis- Program.
sioners from each county as the
governing board. Bradford Commis- 99
sioner Joe Riddick was elected its
first chariman, and has been succeeded "
this year by George Knabb of Because I hate diets.

Baker County. Men's, Ladles' and
Children's Sizes.
I like to eat what I want, when I want. And with Weight

Watchers New Fast & Flexible Program, I can lose weight fast,

Ellerson. live the way I want and still have fun. I can even eat out. In no

time at all, I lost the weight I wanted. Now there's only one thingI Our low regular to $19.99Ladies'

(from page 1A) I hate not joining Weight Watchers sooner!
qui red by tSte De
Revenue in. determining
assessmentssaid Ellerson. - '
Alvarez said, I regret that this
suit has been filed. I'm never eagerto

when go to the court county, especially can use the at a moneyfor time : Join now for only $15 : Men's Sizes.and

a better purpose that defending
court action. However, I can defend I Save $13 I II
this assessment, and I am confidentthe
court will validate it. Mrs.Ell-rr- I I II
son's property has been assessed on ,; ,
the same basis as everyone else In I STARKE I II Prices good through Saturday, January 27.
Bradford County, fair market value. The First Presbyterian Church
That is as fair a* I can be." I 921 East Call Street I
County Clerk Ray Norman, for
whom Mrs. Ellerson works, says he I Mondays, 7 pm I
doesn't want to be drawn in to the STARKE STOREin
suit, saying, "Mrs. Ellerson is a
citizen and taxpayer In Bradford DEERFOOT VILLAGE,
County, and what she does in her I Call now about the At Work Progmm'Tole I II
private life is her own business." I 1371 South Walnut,
The house was appraised at I 1-800-874-4170 next to Wal-Mart.
$70,000 by a private appraiser, retained ------------------J
by Mrs. Ellerson earlier this I Open 9 to 9 daily; 12 to 6 Sun.

year.Alvarez. msf& FLEXIBLE PROGRAM
said Mrs.Ellerson had ad- NEW

ded a free standing garage on the 0II0I'1mllO.-IO0II0I'--------: na.
.wr.y adr od.P.r mw-W.I n.'d""'.''I--w.pnlu-'tr.d.m.M d
property,and can look for an adjustment .
next tax year to include the OWEIGHRTCHSMT101TML." AT1 .lNO.lt1OO. I SHOES THAT fff YOUR LIFE i il
new structure.


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: [I Ef.'D""I.; : ;' : (\:O' ..,,I'K'' (\ ; '). '1' ] Starke Started 80's Decade 'Deal Broke'Starke ''

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-, was In a bad financial plight at under the heading: "Clerk Disgusted, but I just want to make it clear that it's
the beginning of the Decade of the Commissioners Irked as TV-4 Airs Pro- not the whole picture."
1980s. At the first City Council meetingof blems":
Mandate Is ClearIn Readers React
People's February in that year City Clerk
Merrill Edwards reluctantly told Com- "A television series ,on Starke'sgovernmental One Irate reader scolded Channel4for
missioners: "We're in bad shape financially" problems airing on : "With half
Its nosiness, saying a
their frustrations with Channel 4-TV this week has commissioners
a recent meeting. Attorney John delegation and advised all department clerk million people In the Bold New City of
irked and the city
Kopelousos told commissioners that the dated programs without state funding heads and Commissioners to stop spending Vernon Jacksonville Channel-4 must be hard-
disgusted. Mayor-Commissioner
electorate will have told them to raise and a request to reduce the salaries andannual altogether. Silcox says he resents the information pressed to fill up valuable news time if

ad valorem taxes if the special assess- raises of constitutional officers, Edwards said a mistake had been Channel-4 is airing. they have to come 40 miles to find a
including commissioners and school made when a clerk in his office mailed news story ... If Jacksonville Is a
election.We .
turned in
ment is down an "There are capable people in power residents
Utopia, why are life-long
out checks all bills
board members to a level commen- paying totaling best
here and we're doing the we can
out in droves? Why are Brad-
believe the commissioners $61,894. "
surate with local conditions and job re- with what we have, Silcox said. ford and Clay Counties having such a
already received a mandate, and need quirements. "We only had$19,217 in the bank," he According to Channel-4, Starke's problems building boom?"
not hold an election. said, "I had to borrow $40,000 from our
Without a chance of passing the federal revenue funds." $21,000 was included an outdated city charter Commissioner Joseph N. (Joe) Warren
with racist ordinances and an ineffe-
Reduce the budget, Bradford assessment before April, commis- taken from a contingency fund out of cient with: $ who invited Channel-4 to come
residents have said, loud and clear. the utility revenue. power plant 100,000ayearrepair down and do an investigative report on
sioners need to turn their attention to costs and many broken water Starke's finances, was quoted In a
!That theme comes through in every con- reducing expenditures.We meters that WJXT said were costingthe Telegraph editorial saying: "I can'thelp
his head Edwards said he
versation relative to the special assess- Shaking city nearly $300,000 a year in lost
realize further cuts must be of a did !not know how the city was going to but believe that it was a valuable
ment fiasco of recent weeks. serious nature. The budget is already the current month's bills. 'We ve revenue. public service, and that more Is needed
For the four months and now got Silcox that he had because they only scratched the sur-
past drum tight, if we can believe what we're BIt left In the federal revenue fund emphasized
with a fourth of the 89-90 budget year ex- told. and we won't get any more until April nothing to hide from the'press and was face."
pired, commissioners are still defen- when we get another $19,000." happy to talk with WJXT s reporter. He The Telegraph commented editorially -

ding their proposed $100 special assess- Commissioners are adamant theywon't said, however, he didn't appreciate be- "Perhaps'it was the approach that
The clerk recommended that the city ing forced to answer his questions with
the special assessment in the Channel 4 brought to its that
ment on all Bradford property owners.It pass "But that's "he added.
ask the Board of Bond Trustees to make or no. O.K.
ruffled the feathers of some local
is possibly illegal to assess residentsfor unincorporated areas of the county if ci- their own rate study and call for a rate ales on and on probably more observers, rather than the
emergency medical services and for ty residents can't be assessed. That's Increase. He said that Starke had one of than they wanted me to,but I wanted to themselves. Actually; no new problems groundwas

jail operating funds. unfair, they say, and we agree.So the lowest utility rates in the state, and explain the situation." plowed in regard to problems
the city must bring its rates in line to Commissioner Harold Epps noted discussed, and all of them have been
the board is making plans to bor-
Attorney Kopelousos offers the hope keep up with inflation.
that Starke was no different than any under discussion here for some time.
of a special assessment unrelated to the row funds to get by this year. But it will other city in its type of problems. He The fact that so little progress has been

fiscal year, in which the machinery for take years to repay the borrowed funds The Telegraph report said, "After said that Starke was not responsible for made in solving some of the problems
administering the plan is cumbersome, and still carry on the operations of the much discussion,Mayor-Commissioner the execution of John Spenkelink at should have been the chief focus of
county. By borrowing funds for day to Vernon Silcox asked that the issue be Florida State Prison, and that country criticism."
by his own admission. dropped and the Commission moved on music is not the only kind of music
day operation, commissioners will be played here. And some of the problems still.go unsolved -
Starke commissioners, who must put to other matters. No decision was
digging the county into a deeper hole. today.
their stamp of approval on the assess- made. "Well I find the whole thing
At least it Is heartening to know that
Clerk Edwards snorted,
ment if levied in the city, have Property taxes, now at 6.527 mills Radio Criticism adding disgusting that the series was not nearly as the City enters upon the Decade of the

demonstrated they will approve only a can be increased to the 10 mill limit andwill The same Telegraph Issue of Feb. 7, in-depth as the situation warranted. 1990s in better financial condition thanit
reduced assessment. So, there is no way raise about $900,000, but that is next 1980 carried the following news story "They can edit as much as they like. had at the start of the 1980s.

commissioners can realize $900,000 year. And, the two-thirds of the tax-

from the assessment as they had planned. payers who pay property tax might not

also late to increase ,. .. .
It is too property agree with going for the limit, when -' --- L" .''
taxes for the 89-90 fiscal year, the many others pay nothing. /

board's only other alternative.A .
better plan, more easily ad- Sooner or later the board will have to '

ministered, is to reduce expenditures to bite the bullet. It may as well be now. 1k .

a level the county can afford.In Cutting the budget, rather than increas- tyf ,,
ing taxes, may be the best solution
the long run, commissioners might politically.

well convey to the Florida legislative

I City Gets A-Plus for ChristmasToo

often we take for granted that Starke residents take for granted

government employees are paid to do a their good fortune in having a city own-

job, and never pause to say thanks for a ed utility, second to none. During the

well done. freezing weather, when large municipaland .

the Christmas commercial utilities ,.
During holidays, were holding
Starke workers did an outstanding job "rolling blackouts" and unplanned :;,,'" ,......'.-.-.,..;;.., -..
... ... ., "
in two areas, and are to be commendedfor outages, Starke utilities came through ... ".".' """, .

their efforts. .. without a problem for falling .. ..}t ... : .,
except some .
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First, the Chrlstmag! ou.tions were* .limbs. .' ... .v..... .'' .... w .- ,., .". .: ."lhaAL!..tt,oC t"1: !':"9"iJJr'i ifsw.' ; .",. ':tl&n1ItJOt! J '/.7b8'Ll.:w fr d '
It isn't just luck we have a fine facility .. ...., tr'... "' ( .' '-.r.ilo':. ..,..... .". ..., '...,'.."
installed at the propeitime, and during ..--.c.. ;..' .,:, -..... -. .-.-. ,:.- ..r .n. : .... """" -J;;.. -
the freezing Christmas weather, Starke in Starke. Some city commissioners had ,4 ": ;; ::r.:$... ; -.I" fAiI';". j =.""

utilites sailed through with flying col to fight tooth and nail to retain the .>=-.. '. ....." .-,,,",>!-'Jfe-. "Go.-.-. ...1I.-.s.t'h':... : ""' )_'I''' .... ...
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generators a few years ago, but ... .'. ." JL.-.. _. ... ;oo-.'.:' .-.Ii.... .. : : f'": ,.; ... .. .. '- -; -' ,-.lo.. Jr4"h' "
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knowledgable realize -
the .. .
people now .. : ,: ... ,. :.' .: -- :
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number of people commented on .' ... .. ,, .;r _"; :2"-..... ."': ot:
tremendous value of generating ability.In '..'-.- :.c-: ",.'-. ...s .. r .. '-" ...... .. ...
the beauty of the city water tank this -.. ;: ; _.. ;s""t.J. ,;:., -' :'- ""..
looked addition to owning the equipment, .... .. ..g&t. ,-" ... ,-erMvi 'JIIt"'_ _. ::>r"--t'
it better ;
saying than ever .. ..... .. ,...- -
year ; ,
Starke's .. ,- ; ::::: ,
before enticing Bill Weldon to super- .. '. '"'; .. ''' .. '-....- 'a
even though no one ex- vise the Department is a creditto .. -'-' .. --- -..... ..;",1
plain the reason for its improvement.City .
in Hall.
officials have been threatened everyone

many times in recent years about hav- Why didn't the electricity in the city Still the Record SnowThe

ing the Christian Cross atop the water go off more during the recent two-day
tank, but they have not caved in to the freeze when ice made limbs hang low White Christmas of December 25, 1989 brought back memories of snows of the

demands of nonbelievers.Both and break? Because city crews have past. Still holding the record Is that of February 1899 which accompanied a bitter freeze

been trimming back foliage and limbsso (8-degrees low) that killed virtually all the orange groves in Northeast Florida.The JSJiS
residents and passers-by have snow was more than double last week's
one inch and remained
they wouldn't fall on lines unmelted the
power explained on ground
complimented on the beauty of theseason's for three days. First Baptist Church (90 is
decorations. Whoever is Supervisor Weldon last week, Hotel at left. years ago) pictured at upper right. Magnolia

responsible for the purchase of the We salute city workers for a job well
street decorations should be commended done.
for his or her good taste.

J Letters to the Editor

I New Democracies Depend on PeopleIt

is still too soon to evaluate the their time to create our Constitution, For Those of You Who Care. Myers for, SFCC

Decade of the 1980s. It could be called reveals another common belief, which ..
ToThaF.tiltnooEditor ____ __.
"the best of times", with the overthrowof is that people should share their personal .yo.

seven Eastern Bloc communist good fortune by participating actively Telegraph: All they ever ask from us A decision by the Santa Fe Community -

governments, or "the worst of times"as In civic and community affairs. 1 have a handicapped child enrolled Is our love so true. presidency College Board of the of college Trustees is on the

far as success of the war on drugs, This is a lesson that the people of those In Bradford County School district. He within the next six weeks. This expected decision

progress in education, sheltering the newly freed countries, whose every has cerebral palsy. The special children. God will be of great interest to the citizens of

homeless, and improving the environ- thought and action has been dictated to My purpose here Is to make the public delivered Alachua and Bradford Counties as wellas

ment are concerned. them since birth, must learn in order to aware of how these "special children"are Need both me and you ... known the State In educational of Florida. Santa Fe is well-
sometimes treated. The : circles as an ex-
Based on present conditions, it may build a successful democracy.In note was sent home with my following child Please don't turn away... cellent institution and has attained this

be said that the 1980s should be labeledthe communist countries, the abuse of recently: Special children need love, too. standing under the leadership of its current

Decade of Democracy, with East and the lack of moral administrative team headed by
power and ethical Connie: Connie Randall,Starke President Alan Robertson.A .
Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia standards
are a necessary, perhapseven We are going with the education
key member of
Hungary, Romania, Yugoslavia, andBulgaria an approved and admired method department on a field trip this coming Mrs. Fudd Gone. team Dr. Robert Myers the, the leadership current

all overthrowing their dic- for dictators to exert their power. We Tuesday. If you would, please keep But Not ForgottenTo vice-president, Is one of the finalists in

tatorships with the people seeking what have only to look to our troubled Jerrod at home that day. the person who killed and skinned the search for a new president. Dr.

the U.S. has enjoyed since 1776 neighbor, Panama, and its now I would really like to take him withus and ate my grandson's pet white rabbit Myers has demonstrated his ability to

Freedom. threatened dictator, Noriega, to see but as you know, his behavior is not In the Hampton Villa Park Hampton, work with local officials and nationally
always the best. He might be just fine Fla. i recognized colleagues to bring Santa Fe
However gratifying this of what happens when moral and ethical to the forefront
resurgence but he could just as well be in a badmood as a post-secondary
democracy might be, historians remindus standards are ignored.In and really show out. I would ap- With all of the wild rabbits that are learning center. Even greater heights
running around the
that it is still too soon to know just describing the principles of preciate your help on this. Thanks. why did you have to woods take a behind tame you pet, in can Starke be reached, the Main at the Andrews Center

what the ultimate outcome might be. In democracy, Mr. Franke says: "Na- Joan McKinneyThe and then throw the skin over the fence new Downtown Center Campus in Gainesville, and the

.these unstable countries'' eastern tions, industries, firms, and even in following poem, by Wendi for us to find the established direction Is not chang-, if

Europe, revolution can t beget> revolu- dividuals do not prosper for long by Hansen, I think Is appropriate In this If your conscience will let you I hope ed.It

tion, and it'could take several years chance or illusion. They are successful instance: you have a very happy New Year (sort la admirable that the Job of Santa
before all of these new governments ultimately because of the ideals and GOD'S GIFT of). Fe Community College President would

stabilize.: We in the U.S.Aare fortunate values upon which they were founded Special children need love Dorothy Mitzel,Hampton Villa be sought by the outstanding educational -
in that our country was founded and by which they live. P.S.:: The rabbit's. name was. Mrs. leaders that have been named as
by America has Our strong and caring hands ... Fudd. finalists. Bob Myers has twenty-four
those who believed strongly in the im- been successful because its foundation They don't ask to be special. years of successful leadership at the

portance of independence. But in the is strong, anchored in a Constitution and But they hope we understand.There's Thanks for a Very college and the Trustees should con-
countries that have, in the final monthsof in the notion of a just society. Merry ChristmasI sider this professional commitment to
this decade just found freedom from the faculty and other citizens .
a lot they'll never just wanted to love and of the
These are some of the lessons that the express my Alachua/Bradford area In their
oppression, might not always know how know. gratitude to the HRS of the community: decision-making
to handle it. people of those emerging democraciesmust But the and whoever else was involved in the process.
feelings have
learn if they are to remain free of they too- Christmas party Saturday at the Jim Duncan,
In a recent speech on "Responsible dictatorships in the future. Ultimately, Methodist Church. Superintendent of Schools

Participation in Democracy", Richard the responsibility falls on the individuals Thanks so very much for the wonderful Bradford County
J. Franke, chairman, president and for responsible participationin to Christmas presents that were given

chief executive officer of John Nuveen the democracy they hope to establish. my daughters.
& Co., Inc., said America has been suc- Without God and you, my children Job Corps Offers
would not have had Christmas
That is the reason we must wait and a or
cessful:because its foundation is strong how of these many other children as well in the com- A New' Start
being anchored in our Constitution and see many struggling new munity. To Young
democracies remain intact in the next
in the ideal of a just society. The peopleof five Thank you for making my dreams as It's a new and
years. year a
: well the children's new decade,and
as dreams
these newly freed countries do not true. come the Job Corps is offering a new start In
have this foundation which to build life for ambitious
upon young people ID need
their new governments. Benjamin Franklin a member of Because of you,, we had a great of education and J lob.training.
America's Constitutional Convention, Christmas. Programs for those
aged IS
Mr. Franke also points out that our said it best. When asked what kind of I want to say may God bless you and available this month. Anyone to 21 are

heritage of public service dating back to government we would have, he replied thank you once again. may contaa: Betty Dasa at Job
the'early leaders who of "A republic..if we can keep it." g-Jje.: Florida in Gainesville, shone
gave so freely Dianne Hartand family 4 v..."..... .

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January 4, 1990 TELEGRAPH Page:; t.
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Upcoming Events. .

octal Side
Mr. & Mrs. Ancil O. Davisto

the News reception Celebrate to celebrate 50th AnniversaryA the 50th wedding anniversary of Ani'il and

.Bft! Mary Davis will be held at the Bradford Family Restaurant on Sunday, j
'Parties January 7, from 2 to 4 p.m. .. '
Announcements The reception will be hosted by And! and. Mary's children: Johnny
Q Engagements Weddings Church Davis Linda Balles and Donna Crawford. .
I Events Meetings All friends and relatives of the couple are Invited to attend.

Call 964-6305 Ask for SocialsKtmbcrley Full Gospel Mission ..
Sets Revival DatesFull
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-- o -w ---- Gospel Mission,Highway 100 at New River,will host a revival starting i i
Jan. 7 through Jan. 12. ,
Kimberley Brewer Service will begin on Sunday, Jan. 7, at 8 p.m. Nightly services will beheld '
at 7:30), Monday through Friday. Speaker will. be Rev. Wendell Pitt-
Chip MarkhamTo man.
Wed Jan. 20 +' t Everyone Is cordially Invited to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Earl Brewer of ,f Young at Heart Meeting

Lawtey announce the approaching Set for January 4
marriage of their daughter
i Kimberley Dean, to Charles L. The Young at Heart of the First Baptist Church will have their regular :
"Chip" Markham, Jr., son of Mr. monthly meeting Thursday, January 4,at noon in the new fellowship hall
and Mrs. C.L. Markham, Sr. of Lunch will be provided by the church.
Kingsley Lake. Come join in our fun and fellowship.
The ceremony wUl be held at

Evergreen Baptist Church of Jeff Brewer In Concert
Lawtey on January 20, 1990, at 7
January 7 at Madison St. Bapt. Church; :
friends and relatives of the
couple are Invited to attend. Madison Street Baptist Church is pleased to present In concert Jeff
Brewer on Jan. 7, at 7 p.m. t
D.Brewer Jeff, originally from Georgia now residing In Webster, Florida has
I Chip Markham,Jr. been singing since he was nine years old and has sung in churches and
special events across the South. He has sung for revivals, homecomings,
.. banquets retreats, and He has for both
--- -- --- ----'- camps. sung state conventions :
Mr.and Mrs.David Antonio Jones and evangelism conferences. Jeff has ministered internationally In ,
evangelistic efforts as well as at Florida theme parks. He has been the j
Telken, Swain to Wed in Feb. featured tenor soloist three years for the Central Florida Choral Society i 1
in the production of The Messiah.
Since his high school days, Jeff has won vocal performance awards of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Telken anSwam of Live Oak. Jenkins Jones Wed in Lawtey all kinds. He received a bachelors degree in Vocal Performance from
nounce the engagement of their Misty and Shawn are both seniors Florida State University, and a Masters! Degree in Church Music from
daughter, Misty Telken to Shawn at Bradford High School. Southwestern Seminary. Jeff combines his of In churches
Swam, son of Debbie and Bobby A February wedding is planned. with his exceptional voice and his calling years from experience the Lord to allow
Sapp of Starke and John and Julie Christians to reidentify themselves with the cross of Jesus bringing themto
Lori Ann Jenkins and David Antonio Jones were united in marriage a deeper level of Christian commitment. ,
A New Addition. Saturday, June 24, 1989, at 6 p.m. at the home of the groom's grandparents The public is lovingly Invited to share In this Celebration of Worship
Introducing .. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kelley, Sr. of Lawtey. with Madison Street Baptist Church at 900 W. Madison Street
Rev. Gary Tyson presented the exchange of vows for the couple.
The wedding party fashions were creations of J.C.Penney's Bridal Collection Did you know..

Justin Flynn Kldd Corby Allen Bennett and Gingiss :Formal Wear of Orange Park..._. Eddie Winkler received his of Florida at the graduation exer-
Jerry and Neva Ktdd of Ricky and Gina Bennett of Starke =: Bachelor of Science degree in Sports vises Dec. 22. Eddie! Is the son of Mr.
Tallahassee,Fla. announce the birth announce the birth of a son, Corby Piano Students Present Administration from the University and Mrs. Arthur Winkler of Stark

of a son, Justin Flynn, born Dec. 12, Allen, born December 31 J 1989, In Recital Dec.. 1Q .IL ...rel
Alachua General Hospital --
1989 in Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.Justin weighed 8 Ibs. 11 oz. Gainesville, nVyhW lbf71/? oz., Piano students of Louise M. Stern I
measuring j "" a ,
and measured 21 inches. were presented in a Christmas
Paternal grandparents are Alice sister, Tasha, age 8. Recital at the First United
Kidd of Siesta Key/Florida and the Maternal grandparents are Mr. Methodist Church on Tuesday, Dec. iFa ?
Kldd. and Mrs. James J. Baker of Green 19, at 7:30: p.m.Participating.
Material grandparents are Cove Springs. Maternal great grand- were Tracy Gaines,
George and Neva Flynn of Starke.mother Mrs. Rose Seal of Mona Hall, Monica McGee, Jana H I
Maternal great grandmother Is Mae Washington, Indiana.J. Bennett, Joy Stafford, Kara An-
Field Tampa, Florida. Paternal grandparents are Mr. drews, Kellie Hannah, Lisa Gillen-
and Mrs. Louis J. Benentt of Starke. waters,Lindsay Payne,Jimmy Pen- II
nington, Adam Marchese
"Terrific Kid of the Month"For Smith Lisa Thomas, Julie Poncier,

Lawtey, Brooker and Hampton Daniel Crawford, Barbie Crawford,
Beau Ely and Jimmy Parado.
"Terrific Kid of the Month" is a motivational tool used to encourage Jimmy Parado was awarded a I
students to do their best. Teachers may choose to recognize a student for statuette of Chopin for completion of
consistently being a good student or perhaps a child has shown improve- his Theory Examination, and scoring
ment in attitude, or social and or academic skills. Sponsored by Superior. Everyone received a :.f
...McDonald's and coordinated through the Guidance Department, winners* treble clef clip as. a souvenir.
are recognized before the student body and receive a certificate good fora Following the recital the pupils ex- 1
free cheeseburger fries and soft drink. changed gifts in fellowship hall and
The following students were winners for December: enjoyed refreshments served by
Brooker: K-Crystal McRae; 1st Emily Myers; 2nd Deanne Cochran; their mothers.
3rd Rosanne Jones; 4th Linda Callen; 5th Connie Butts; 6th Kelli Griffis
and P.E. Chad Thomas and Sandra Tetstone. B-U Teachers
Ha mpton: K, Brian Saxon and Stephanie Acree; 1st Michael Floyd; 2nd Association "t
Jennifer Affron; 2/3 James Wartluft; 3rd Mike Collins; 4th Hannah Ford; : J
5th Adrian Coleman; 6th April Scoggins; V.E. James Rhoden and P.E. Holds PartyOn "
Stacey McGregor and Eric Cagle.
Lawtey: K, Drew Norman and Lamirian Johnson; 1st, Dana Ross, Thursday, Dec. 21, the ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTS
Bradford-Union Retired Educators HOME
Joseph Holloway and Joaquin Jiminez; 2nd Billy Griffis and Tarah D. ;
Association for its annual
Cowie and Fishburn 4th met
Skinner; 3rd, Andrea Pearson,Patricia Kristy ; ,
James Millhorn and Shauneria McQueen; Mrs. Reed, Chrtssy Richardson Christmas party with hostesses Mrs.
; 5th, Beth Slater and Latisha Nichols; 6th, Monica Traylor and Raye Helen Johns and Mrs. Maxine Gib- Deerfoot Village
Padgett; 7th, Dardie Bolin and Charles Strong; 8th Jamie Sapp and Tam- son. The private dining room of the
my Rosier; Band, Christine Ranjbar, Mrs. Norman,Monica Traylor and Bradford beautifully Family decorated Restaurant in traditional was 964-6946 : I
P.E. Brooke Gaskins and Chris McKay from 5th grade, Christmas colors.Devotional .

Computer ClassesTo Vo-Tech Offers Chairman Elizabeth
Walker introduced Mrs. Zeporah .
BeginAt Quilting ClassesThe Barber who led the group in the 23rd Any .
Psalm and the Lord's .
Vo-Tech Prayer.All
Bradford Vo-Tech will be of-

Classes in beginning and advanced fering Community Education carols enjoyed accompanied singing by Mrs.Christmas Mona CAMERA
classes, according to Coor- o STEREO
quilting TV
computers are scheduled to beginat dinator Becky Reddish. Canova on an electronic keyboard.
Bradford Vo-Tech on Monday, "Happy Birthday"was sung to those .
Four sessions will be offered Jan.
January 22.The beginning computer : having December birthdays.
8- Feb. 16 Mon 2 til 5 7pm.
class will be offered one night a pm p.m.; Cards to be sent to shut-in MICROWAVE
to 10 Jan. 9-Feb. 13 O
week for five weeks.Total cost of the p.m.; : members were signed by each person RADIO
15-hour course will be $15. Tuesday,2 pm til 5 p.m.; 7 pm til 10 present.Bradford.

The advanced computer class will pm.The County Library DirectorSue
classes will for six weeks
meet for three hours per week for Crum spoke about the goals of
time for each student to
four weeks. Total cost will be*12. In- just enough children's programs. Children who In Stock :
make to instructor
a quilt, according
structor John Lundquist said the ad- become interested in books and
vanced computer class will work on Ruby Hersey. stories at an early age are more likely -
word processing applications using Total registration fee is $18 per to enjoy reading as they mature.
student. A minimum enrollment is
the "Speed Script'' software and required for each class. Call the Vo- She read the exciting story of "BarnDance" 5 % OVER COSTs
spreadsheets using "Visicalc" soft- by Bill Martin, Jr., and gavea
Center for
Tech 964-6800, ext. 122,
ware. The hardware will be Com- delightful flannel board presentation -
modore and TRS 80 Computers. The more Information. Preregistrationis of"The Little Christmas Tree". for Cash or ;
advanced class should be taken only preferable. Door prizes were awarded.A .
by .those_having previously taken visitor from Michigan, Mrs.
Mr.Lundquisfs beginning computer Try-Outs Set Elinor Fietz, was welcomed. DOWNand
class. Call the Vo-Tech at 9646800.ext. By SFCC CastingFor Luncheon was served at noon. NO MONEY i
122 for more Information.A .
minimum enrollment is re- 'Foxfire' Intern'tl Affairs 7
quired for each class. will until March with approvedcredit
Santa Fe Community College Woman's Club No Payment
Arts FestivalSet hold auditions for the Retired Ar-
Spring tisans production of"Foxfire", writ- Luncheon MeetingThe i 1
for Apr 7,8 ten by Susan Cooper and Hume Woman's Club will meet on 1I 1i I

The 21st Annual Spring Arts Cronyn, January and 8 at 7:30p.m. Wednesday, January 10, for their
Festival, being held April 7 and 8, In building E auditorium In rear monthly luncheon meeting.
1990, In Gainesville, is now accepting Gainesville. The play tells the story Stephenson, International
applications for entertainers. ot changing times of the old and new Affairs Chairman, will be in chargeof ,
Dancers, musicians, storytellersand generations in Appalachia. the meeting. Theme for the program !
children's performers are invited Men and women ages 20-70 are will be Japan.
to apply. needed for the production. A 30-4a Hostesses for this meeting will be
The festival is a free communityevent year old who can sing and play Margie Sapp, Shirley Douglas, ,
and entertainers perform on a guitar is also needed. Cecelia Terwillegar and Betty l
gratis basis. More than 120,000 spectators The play will run February 15-17 Castell. !
are expected for a weekend of and 22-24. For more information,
art and fun. call 395-5306, 5310.
For an application, write to Spring
Arts Festival, P.O. Box 1530, .
Gainesville, FL 32602, or call (904) s
; 372-1978.


: .. in
'. Students Participate TypeAThonEyvette t

'I Bradford Vocational Center andS leukemia. Proceeds from the Type- Covington, Becky Bonnette,
Bradford High School typing A-Thon will benefit the society's pro- Kenneth DeSue, Tahra Francis,
students participated In the grams of research and patient-aid. Klshanna Spooner, Abel Campbell.
Leukemia Society of America, 3rd Leukemia Is no longer a hopeless Stephanie Traylor Rustl
:''II- Annual Leukemia Type-A-Thon, disease due to the research that has VanAllen, MIMI Padgett, Stephen
,> Nov. 17.These. helped In treatment and diagnosis Murphy, Ginger Adams, Holly
,;..',t students obtained pledges for children and adults. All of our Hersey, Shneka Hendrieth, Shere'
from friends and family who pled qed children as well as adults, who are Brown, Kim Nettles, Jason Canova, :
them an amount for the wordS' victims of Leukemia need your support Roena Caballos, Kim Byrd Robin : I)
they completed In a typing tellt. The In fighting this disease. Register.Mrs. .
amount pledged was $146.74. Students participating In the Type- Gina Frazee and Mrs. Terri O. i
Students qualified for prizes as wellas A-Thon were Melissa Adams, Smith typing instructors were veryproud ., !
raised funds for the Leukemia Ladarlon Alston, Barbara Jenkins, of their students ac- Cj
Society. Diana Searcy, Heather Safer, complishments.
The Leukemia Society of AmericaIs Amanda Loper Demetria McNeal,. t

dedicated a national towards health conquering agency Pretina .Hutchinson: Ellen Millhorn, I' -...,.... .-'\ ." .. .- .- ,.. ,.. ,.- ": ...urx d


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[[ Worth Noting] ,. ( ,,; 'I
Growth is Key Issue for 1980's..Sfrom .

Head Start... -
( page 1A2
Head Start is now accepting applications possible through peat creased in late 19119 when Florida First Processing An unescapable consequence of growth
at 1080 North Pine Street, The First National Bank of Bradford of 1981 Georgia Pacific expressed Interest in opening a facility such as that witnessed in Bradford County
Markel for children ages 3, 4 and 5. ty,the largest permitted project being not only the residents in Polk County. If Florida First Processing and Starke over the last 10 years is rising
Free child care, structed at the corner of Orange and but the Suwannee River is granted a permit to open the facility, Union local government costs. And with rising
ental care, medical services, fami- streets at an estimated cost of more District and the Suwan- County would no longer be considered for the government costs come rising taxes.This fact
ly services and transportation services $500,000. Construction, which began The controversy dragg- site. came painfully clear as early as 1983 when the
are offered. September of 1989, is expected to be yean until October of 1984 county, faced with road construction costs,
pleted by March of 1990. donated its 8,316 acres Opposition in Polk County has already stir- passed a four-cent gas tax. Bradford County
The second largest project permitted River Water Management red and recent developments may push Union was the only county at that time to levy the
Job Corps... 1989 is a $253,400 professional building ares and Santa Fe and, County to the top of the incinerator site list maximum gas tax levy allowed by state law.
Young men and women ages 16 structed by Starke Professional the detrimental effects again. Two eagles were recently found In September of 1989 Bradford County
ill! think about Joining the Job The building, located on West Call Street, building a nest near the proposed site.The en- residents felt the bite of higher taxes in the
Corps. Free Job training selfpacedGED already been opened to the dentistry dangered species could save Polk County form of a $100 special assessment on every
program, learn a skill and tices of Dr. William Marchese and Dr. Battle... while making Union County the only choice property owner. The county commission, fac-
earn money while you learn. For Denmark. and most Important en- left for the hazardous waste incinerator site. ed with an $8.1 million budget, passed the
more Information, contact Irene Discount Auto Parts secured a permit began in January of 1988 assesment over the cries of protest from
Pearce Johnson at Job Service of 1989 for a 5,850square foot building on of Environmental The Toll Road... many residents.The commission did promiseto
Florida, 1430 S. First St., Lake City former site of Marion Tire Service located plans to put a hazar- The phenomenal growth of Florida has led conduct a workshop on who would be exempt
FL or call ((904) 758-0433. South Walnut Street. An estimated cost on annexed prison to worsening transportation problems,among from paying the assessment.The Starke
$234,000 makes this the third largest en&l DER met with im those problems ever-increasing congestion on Commission opposed signing a county re-
Free Day Care... ted project of 1989. Construction has not for its haste in picking the the state's highways. This problem hit closeto quested Stare allowing the
begun. a low-Income county. home late in 1988 when the Department of county to assess residents the $100. In
Free day care for 3-4 year olds isavailable officials also wondered Transportation announced plans to build a response county commissioners came up with
in most private pre- Lake Dwellers Save the Swamp.. of escape plans for the Jacksonville to Tampa toll road. an $70 compromise. But because City Attorney
schools in Starke. For more Infor- Along with the unprecedented occur at the propos Terence Brown questioned the legality
mation, call Robin Lee at Bradford of the assessment, city commissioners still
in the 1980s The road would
growth came proposed bypass many
School Board Office, ph. 964-6800. evironmental controversy. The first of United Citizens Against smaller towns like Starke. After heated protest would not consent to an interlocal agreement.The .
controversies began in April of 1981 battle against the hazar- from many areas, however,The DOT admitted fate of the assessment remains undetermined
Child Find.. Georgia Pacific purchased 5,316 acres of and demanded an ad- it may have made mistakes In route at this printing while city and county
Do you know a child with a han- ta Fe swamp in Bradford County and on the selection pro- assessment for the toll road. The Starke- attorneys haggle over the legality of the
dicap? nounced plans to use the land for peat Bradford Chamber of Commerce announcedthat assessment.A .
Child Find is one part of the But the big timber company hadn't heard Martinez and the Florida if a toll road was to be built, they wantedit look back at the 1980s gives a picture of
Lake back by promising Union to through Bradford County with an in-
Florida and Harold and the Santa Fe pass growth and with that
Diagnostic Learning Association. in benefits over three terchange in Starke. In February of 1989 the for future.Unfortunately
Resources possibilities a bright -
System (FDLRS) that
lends support services to The $2.023 million purchase of the is picked as the site for DOT announced that the project was on hold this same growth can add to the problemsof
tional student education excep- sparked a three-year battle between The benefits include $2 due to funding problems. DOT District a small town If it Is unprepared to meet the
six Bradford programsin residents and fishcamp owners of Santa landfill to serve Union, Secretary Bill Miller had this suggestion for challenges of managing it. Heading into the
a county area: ,
Baker Lake, environmentalists and Georgia counties. the increasing traffic on US-301: T'It looks as 1990s, Starke and Bradford County show no
and Union, Flagler Counties., Putnam, St.Johns, The county was urged by several County would not be picked if the people of Starke will have" to learn to live signs of slowing down. Even If we could,
ordinances lessen the waste incinerator site in- with heavy traffic on US-301.
One function of Child Find is to pass mining to would we really,want to?,

i identification of potentially handicapped -

I preschool students, and Plan
the location children and youth Solid Waste/
between birth and 21 ears
who may have a handicap condition from page 3A; For joint city-county recycling disposal facilities with a life expec- Prohibitions... pro rrte training course
and are not receiving services. For the first report, any recyclprograms, there must be a written tancy of more than one year, and all As of Jan. I, 1989, no lead-acid bat- by, DER. Owners of such a facility
Some areas of handicapping condlIng programs already in progress. agreement.The law does not require waste will be weighed as received. teries can be disposed of in landfills. shall not employ an unqualified per-
tions may be speech, language, a city to participate in a joint agree- Any local government which does Used oil cannot be put In landfills
hearing, vision, learning, behavior Local governments are encouraged ment, but if it refuses the county not comply with the requirements of after Oct. I, 1988. son.Closing the old landfills can cost
or physical problems. to utilize existing organizations to can require information on any the recycling program and waste Yard trash will not be permitted in up to $100,000 per acre, according to
If you know of a child who may meet recycling goals. Counties and recycling efforts by the city. reduction goals shall not be eligiblefor lined landfills after Jan. I, 1992. Steve Shannon, coordinator of the 13
be handicapped contact cities may contract with other parCounties must provide written grants from the Solid Waste No white goods will be allowed in county regional landfill study. An
FDLUS/Child F'ind at ((904) 328-8811 ties for the services needed. The notice to all cities when recycling Management Trust Fund, and DER landfills after Jan. I, 1990. escrow account can be set up to
in Putnam County or write local government may solicit offers programs begin, and periodic writ- may request the State Treasurer to By Jan. 1, 1990, operators of a cover closure costs,and a surchargeon
FDLKS/Child Find, P.O. Box 159, from vendors for curbside collection ten progress reports to the cities. withhold funds payable from the waste management facility will disposal fees can be establishedto
Bostwick, FL 32007. of separated recyclable materials. Scales must be installed at all General Revenue Fund. have to have completed an ap provide the financial guarantees

Starke School News
Elementary }
Tornadoes Defeat Forest 67-52

K In a turn-around from the first the first game. Reggie Sheffield The Jan 2 game was well of-
game, Bradford cagers led all the scored 10 points,up from three in the ficiated,said Coach Cummings,with
way in going 67-52 by Forest High in first game, and forward Clarence 16 fouls called in BHS, 19 on OF.
Ocala for a District 5-3A basketball Williams added 10 points, up from ...........|. 10 II l0 If M
four the first OMtotorM, II IT II IISfWtaril
win Jan. 2. game.In
Tuesday night, .
., .
Hlflii 1..1. *> 'h.1.14H4la '
BBS is 8-3 on the season and 1-1 in the first game OF played aboutas tonm M.N. Dist. 5-3A play. good as it could, said Coach Cum- I."""".dl-.m.WllllMK f-O-K. ,w.......HuM
"Weplayed much better," said mings. In Tuesday's rematch, the .. / .'._, I.$1-IS/l6.41.

Coach Roland Cummings. "..m surprised first regular post-Christmas game, I os.l..Lw.N''.'o0.0w.b.-M.M.N..1740..0..0.> 17.1. Ml MiOIMM .WIIINm.le.al. ../......
we played as well as we did the Tornadoes played much better Mill...;.* /!,.,.,'.-.1-t-i...ImiwM J-O-*.
after the holiday lay-off." and OF was not at the top of its ....., t.tl-rVK-U.
game. .HI ntiimJ.1 C1......WIlli... 19. t..gl,.Slot.IMd .
In the first game in which OF played a lot of man-to-man 4,JmM McNol.. I 0,Train sly.I,P.....C.Mr..
W..I IWd.S
O.Forest won the championshipgame defense, trying to get the basketball.With .
65-51 over Bradford High in a big cushion in the first game,
the Ocala Breeders Tournament, the OF used a 2-3 sagging zone and hungin Upcoming....
Tornadoes trailed 11-0 in the opening under the basket. BHS plays three game in the com-
minutes. BHS, cold in the first game, hit 65 ing week.
Tuesday night, BHS went out to a percent 27 of 43 field goal shots, Friday Jan 5", BHS is home
20-9 first period advantage and kept Tuesday night.BHS patiently waited'< against Santa Fe High. JV game is
the lead throughout the game. It was for close-in, high percentage shots, at 6 p.m., the varsity at 7:30: p.m.
32-20 at the half, 50-37 after three Coach Cummings said. Saturday, Jan. 6, BHS travels to
periods. Forward James McNeal, playingthe Hamilton County. BHS edged
Four BHS players were in double most of any game this season Hamilton County 91-90 here Dec. 8.
figures. Pedro Carter led with 17 added eight points. McNeal and Tuesday Jan.9, BHS hosts
points, compared to eight points In point guard Reggie Sheffield provided Buchholz High of Gainesville. JV
the previous OF game. Truin Blye the spark for the BHS run in the game: 6 p.m. ,Varsity game: 7:30
scored 14 points; he had 15 points in first period., p.m.

I Ladies Resume Action TonightThe

Lady Tornadoes basketball In every ,game tnree different Tornado team: guards Liana Nor-
team, 5-1,. resumes action today players have 'scored in double i man and Annette Simmons, center
(Thursday, Jan.4), with a 6 p.m. JV figures. "If you work on one player, Eyvette Covington forwards Rhonda -
1 1x game and a 7:30: p.m. varsity home another picks up the slack, says Bright Kendra Butler and
games against Gainesville High. Coach Slater,. Arkeva Wiibam. All of these young
ladles have been playing together
Friday, Jan. 6, the Bradford High BHS, 5-1 over-all, is 4-0 In regular since their freshman year,either as
girls travel to Buchholz High in season play, and 2-0 in district play. varsity or JV players.
Gainesville. The JV game is set for The only loss, a non-district game, Helping lead the way are three
5:30: p.m., the varsity game for 7 was to Ribault High of Jacksonvillein outstanding underclassmen, Coach

preseason tournament in Slater says, at guard is Monika
p.m.The BHS girls played very well in Hamilton County. Williams, forward LaUra Jackson,
December says Coach John Slater. There are six seniors on the Lady and center Aurilla Williams. '

Wrestlers Meet Live Oak Jan. 6

Tornado wrestlers have not been far this Live Oak is
Roadrunner Review.. season. com tion, the coach says.
Idle throughout the holidays, keeping parable to Lake Weir, state cham- The Tornadoes will meet Lake
On Tuesday, Dec. S, SUrke Elementary School hosted the annual elementary school basketball tournament. in shape with daily workouts pions for two years, he says. Weir, away, January 18, and
Teams from Lawtey, Brooker, Hampton, Southslde and Starke Elementary competed against each other. Each through December 23. They were Most of the Bradford matinee Buchholz will visit Starke February
year, all the elementary school P.E. departments host a tournament In various sports. Starke Elem. would like to Idle much of Christmas week, have been wrestling above their own 1, for two of the toughest matches
thank our students and all other players and coaches for their support In making this tournament a success AUo. though, but resumed practice ses- weight class, to increase com- scheduled. January 27; the Tornadoes
Starke Elementary thanks the high school students who came over to help us out. sions soon after to be ready to petitiveness, but after the holidays will compete in the Flagler-
FOURTH GRADE-Top Row (Girls I Brlanne \ngeIHunslnger, Stephanie Kulbackl.Ginnie Campbell, Carrie resume competition Saturday, they should be down to their best Palm Coast Tournament, and meet
Thompson, Jabreana Jackson.'Angela Davis. Heather Jarvas. January 6,meeting Suwannee County weight, and if pitted against op- some tough competition there. The
Boys: Brad Chapman, Ashley Harden, Jarrl Warren, Shaun McCloud, Vanessa Norman. in Live Oak ponents their own weight they matmen will have to be to
Coach Brett Purdy says this should be able to hold their own keep their unbeaten 4-0 record in
FIFTH GRADE Bernard Brown Miriam Beye and Erica Johns. Second row Carmella Thomas, Alex Cummins.Illchard ,
will be battle
match toughest so against some pretty stiff competi- tact.
Summerlln, Tarus Williams, and Ned Lows.rflhI .
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(from r.-.......3A) cI u.....S..is h eve bee.n i napes fed an d Stance\ to operate the new electrici; .. .

compared to 102 hours in Dec. 1988. no significant damage was found computerized If.mweb'um: $1.5million
There were 71 hours of 32 degrees or from the freeze, Weldon told the city two-way putting
below compared to 24 hours In Dec. commission Tuesday night, Jan. 2. the city on the state power grid,
1988. and enabling Starke to sell ana buy

City water usage was up due to "I don't think we can stress this, electricity.Weldon .
frozen lines breaking when they enough," said Mayor Vernon Silcox. has since been promotedto
thawed outThere "We take these things for granted. city operations manager in
Had the city not upgraded the utility charge of all city utilities, streets,
were 11 natural gas system and brought la excellent people and garbage and the city garage
emergency calls,35 electric, and 120 to operate it..." / and parts house, everything but the
street and water calls, most of the Bill Weldon, retired from the city clerk's office and police department -
latter during the thaw. Gainesville utility system, came to .

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The ore. .( Deal?

Mr. Gruen'i Cats Cl ..eS.: hn: : cl Mrs. Stanwis- i y" eighth grade
math clan attended Alhambra Dinner Theatre Dee.'. The performance Check the Classifieds in
Jaime theKindergarten
Ly Register
was "Christmas by Charles Dlckeni. Everyone enjoyed the day. cia.. ed with
We stopped and reviewed Kohn's Florist Christmas decorations and also AalmairSafari
Eland America.
nicked al the River walk Park.
Tour la Bradford County; schools at

Pictured left to right are Morris Mahoney, Morgan Reddish Dlptl SUrke Elementary Section B. .
PaUl Sheila CUmmoni, Niklsa Williams and Emily Hartley.

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as executive director, is now "7"\/it./ ,"..", ,
and her Hot Jazz Or- in its seventh season and School. This program Center. They are also being \ : ': ',' '
chestra will bring their act was incorporated in early started locally last fall with sold by members of the (:I'J;'
Jan. 13, Donna Gruen as chairman. Bradford Arts Council t'
to Starke Saturday, 1984 as an Independent, non- : "
at 8 p.m. as part of a Nor 'profit agency. It is sup- Advance tickets for the Adults $5, students $2. \ "
theast Florida tour that will ported in part by State fun- Banu Gibson appearance on .
also include engagements in ding provided by the Florida January 13 are on sale at For additional informationcall ,
Lake City and Live Oak. Legislature, and by con- Mitchell's Drug Store, The Lila Yawn, 964-5278; or
This treat, featuring tributions and endowmentsby R "'riJ:-r/f County Telegraph, Shan_ Johns!_964-4840._
original Bourbon Street corporations, businessesand
jazz, is made possible by the individuals, and grants Florida Arts CelebrationPresents
Vital Local Cultural Pro- from the City of Gainesville.The I II
gram presented by the Banu Gibson band's

Florida Arts Celebrationwith appearance here is co- : \,,
headquarters in the ,sponsored by Bradford Mil ,'<
Thomas Center, Gainesville.It |,''Hospital and Santa Fe Community Banu Gibson and Her Hot Jazz .
was this organization that College Andrews 7 { ,
presented the dramatic Center. Orchestra will Appear in Starke t + ,
"Porgy and Bess" operatic Their sensational first ap- !
concert to a capacity au- pearance at the 1984 Saturday, January 13 at 8 pm. in the 1' r ,;r, h! ,
dience In the BHS Sacramento Dixieland
Bradford Sigh School Auditorium.For .
auditorium last season. Jubilee led to a whirlwindtour '
Banu and her six-piece of jazz festivals across Info Call 964-5278 or 964-4840 _

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"Dixieland Jazz from New the traditional jazz-fest cir-
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David Flagg, first term State Assistance Trust Fund."We need af-
Representative from lachua Coun- fordable health care,not Just for the.
ty, gave a review/preview of indigent,but for the working poor"
legislative matters at the Starke he said, adding that the issue had ; ; : ., ', "
Rotary Club last week,touching on a been a dilemma for him since he is -eHES OE'j- ; .
broad range of Issues from reapportionment also sensitive to the needs of ., DAYBEDS $ 9.
to the new president of farmers who depend on tobacco as x p. r. f995 169 I
Santa Fe Community College. part of their income. "But smoking DRAWERS
Flaee exoress- is still one of the leading causes of , ,... .t; From
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the next round of declared. From
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there is a continu- ing voter registration lists to pick
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declared: this caused some peopleto
In the South Legislatureto Florida give up voting in order to avoid ,QUEEN;S":: ,,' From Wood Frame f Nylon CoverSLEEPERSOFA I
will control jury duty. Flagg said he had con-
the"They agenda," he Flat sidered making drivers licenses the $ QUEEN SIZE $ KAQ95
of for service,but
said. and unless i- source names jury 84' 995
representativescounties had not yet decided on the best way Colors t .g' >:;:':2: SLEEPER & ROCKER *J'XJ
north of 1-4 stick together to handle the situation. : ,;several Different _. .
would also like to revive interest -- -
our part of the state will suffer in the Flagg
fight for highway funds and other in solar energy development, "
vital matters." devise some system of placing :: : ODD Lh MPS
Making himself well-kno'vn In the limitations on property T.V. CAR ; ,
House, even as a freshman assessments,and expressed an opinion $3995 .
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Issues"where angels fear to tread" emption is too high.
by ruffling up the gun lobby in pro- New SFCC President

posing weapons more such as control AK-47s of, Uzis assault, and During a question and answer fa'Ia1VGr': 'T" 95 5 PC. BLACK LACQUER:
other so-called) "street sweepers", period, Flagg was outspoken in his A9'
lie said they had no place In the support of Dr. Robert Myers to fill ROOMiGROUlSTable i.I.Ak: /yi' '- DINETTE 6 jSJfTfc E! 95
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Dr.Myers is the best qualified can- DROP LEAF TABLE W/
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Taxes for Health has filled leadership positions at
Flagg also advocated a higher tax Santa Fe during his 24-year tenure, Slashed!! RACK CHINA $ Q/IQ95
and has been vice president of the '
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Man Arrested
Locally. .

The annual meeting of the stockholders of

on Multiple Charges COMMUNITY'STATE BANK
A 38-year-old man faces multiple, teeing a forged check from Dixie warrants for grand theft charges, CORPORATION, STARKE, FLORIDAfor
charges Including stealing from County may be forthcoming and according to Chief Deputy Pat
vehicles parked at area boat ranr.ps. from New York a charge of grand Henry. Florida Department of Law
Alert wildlife officers checking in theft, said Hubner. Enforcement is also Involved in the the election of Directors and the transaction of other
the Sampson Lake Cypress Run boat According to Detective Danny investigation.
ramp Dec. 27 noticed a man stan Keal, there were several burglarieslast Oglesby Is charged with
ding beside his vehicle with no ap- year at boat ramps in Putnam resisting/opposing officer without business that may come before the meeting will be held at the
parent reason for being In the area, where the car tag was stolen that violence, pssession burglary tools,
no equipment for fishing or gun for was on Oglesby's vehicle. forgery (use of stolen credit cards), office of said Bank 18 1990 between the hoursof
hunting.As the man started to leave Authorities have been contacted possession less than 20 grams can- on January ,
the area a computer check by the of- from Miami to Connecticut where nabis, possession stolen credit
ficers revealed the vehicle had a tag Oglesby Is under investigation by cards,possession stolen vehicle tag, 5:00: and 5:30: o'clock.
p.m. p.m.
stolen from Putnam County. When state authorities. Oglesby Is also driving while license suspended,
stopped by Lt. David Thompson and wanted In Putnam County on 1980 said Hubner.
Officer Jim Hubner, the man gave
the name of Richard Haggen but -
said he had no identification, that it
was lost. Thompson saw a wallet on tUCS FOR E Eij
the seat in the vehicle at which time L12n's
the suspect said his name was yo
Richard Daryl Oglesby. A search of
the vehicle revealed several stolen
credit cards and driver's license of Qf rTM
other individuals, said Hubner.
Once Oglesby was in the custodyof
the Jail,a further search revealedmore Maf
stolen tags, stolen property,
stolen checks from the Starke area FAMILY NIGHT
and marijuana. At least 27 felony Wed.JAN. 17
charges are pending in Bradford > at 7:30 PM
County against Oglesby. He is .n SAVE$3.00
wanted in Citrus, Levy, Putnam, MGNT
and Pmellas Counties. Mail that had
been stolen was also found in 470 WEST STARKE MADISON ITKIIT / ..EfAMKr.1.. .:>K,1.ICar
Oglesby's possession and the U. S. 1 ialiJ .11AK
Postal Inspector has been contacted. '
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MotocrossBy 1 I -: j I

Mark Frledlln I 7)) ;

Keystone BCT Heights Staff Writer High School p

student Josh Hinson, a 17yearold -
senior, put on an Impressive
,, display of motorcycle riding re- _
cently when he captured the
Florida Motocross Champi-

onship This annual In the racing 125cc class.event draws NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODY !

allover hundreds the of state the best of Florida riders from and .

were held In Gainesville, Dade
City, Tampa and various other

period.cities over Poi a grueling, arm awarded. 10-week to Stock-Up With Your Favorites at Everyday Low Prices! --

:ue rid r h we the ba- .
sis of urn es races. 15-ci. Thrifty Maid 15-oz.Thrifty Maid 10-or. Thrifty Maid
Points are ace J to determine Thri o Whole Tomatoes 0 Greens 0 ,
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Hinson started the series on an 18-oz. Thrifty Maid 15-01.Thrifty Maid 15-0z. Thrifty Maid Dark Redo n.

See Page tlB Cut Green Beans 0 Collard Greens 0 Kidney Beans

Family ArrestedIn 15-01. Thrifty Maid 15-oz. Thrifty Maid 1Kw. Thrifty Maid Light Redo

Domestic DisputeThree Pinto Beans 0 Chili Beans 0 Kidney Beans
family members were U
charged Dec. 26 during a domestic ,
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who was charged with aggravated o I 18-oz. Thrifty Maid 15-ox.Thrifty Maid
assault; Rickie Dean Frick charged 1jI' D White Potatoes Tomato Sauce
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with spouse abuse (battery); and EA.TAKE .
Carla Elizabeth Frick charged with
spouse abuse (battery) and two
counts of aggravated assault,accor-
ding to Patrolman Jerry Feltner.
Bond for each charge was set at
$1,000. All three were released on EVERYDAY
their own recognizance. 1 PRICE

Father ChargedIn

Son's TheftsA I . _- _
4K ?
Starke man was arrested after it {
was ing property learned his from son the had city been yard.steal- PEPSI P i: __POSTRAISIN i I CHARMIN I II

David Harold Jackson, 36, was
charged with dealing in stolen property I BRAN: BATHROOM i TISSUE
and contributing to the delin-
quence of a minor, according to HOME
Patrolman Mack Short. Jackson FRIED CHICKEN I Ir
allegedly aided his son in selling property
the son had stolen on several INCLUDES: DINNER PACK j
different occasions during three or 1 EACH THIGHS,LEGS,
four weeks,said Patrolman Short. MUSTS,WINGS '
He was released after a $1,500 .LB.POTATO MUD
surety bond was posted. .LI.SLAW t .

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ChiropracticCenter COMING. SOON iia Recent ArrestsIn McGrath and Short. Washington is
Bradford charged! with taking a cash box
CountyThe I
-I. at 221 Orange Street which contained currency from the
following arrests were made Bradford Motel. She was released I
In Bradford County by local after a $500 surety bond was posted.

OVER COMPANIES 700 INSURANCE Dr.V.A.: Berry ? authorities. ,_ Vanessa Gamble, 36, of
AUTO ACCIDENTS .WORK 1 GOSPEL 'f { Robert James Hoechst,25,was arrested Broward County was arrested Dec.
Jan. 1 for harrasaing 30 for introduction of contraband,
HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN telephone calls, spouse battery, according to Deputy Charles Carter.
NECK ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS j CHRISTIAN SUPPLY CENTER $ criminal mischief, trespass after Gamble is charged with taking can-
MID-DACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL | ? warning, according to Patrolman nabis Into New River West Correctional
William Brown. He was released Institution. She was released
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18 CZHe CfospeC Truth Jesus is Lord" after posted.a $3,500 surety bond was after posted.a $3,000 surety bond was

Bill & Janet Lawson djPS
Maria Melissa Washington, 22, of Harrison Lee Finley, 27, was ar-
864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut) 7 + t +2A+ + Jt + iO Lawtey was arrested Dec. 30 for rested Dec.31 for violation of proba-
) $&i& &f&$3SiV!? petit theft, according to Patrolmen tion shooting Into an occupied vehicle
according to Deputy Danny

Cornelius Charles Griffin was ar-
rested Dec. 28 for trespass,
STORELtMI1M + burglary, grand theft, dealing in .,
HOURS stolen property, according to ,
ti Patrolman Allen. Bond was set at I
8 A.M. 4000. :

r... 1 __ TIL Larry Gene DeSue was arrested
P.M. Dec. 27 for disorderly intoxication. I
Lii .. Bond was set at$250, he was released -
U, -: on his own recognizance.
Dwayne Edward Gann was arrested
U.C1/0/Q Dec. 27 for retail theft. Bond
!. was set at $300 he was released on

TENDER + E a W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE his own recognizance.

GRADE s H P Dennis Cohen was arrested Dec.
27 for aggravated battery. Bond was
set at$2,500, he was released on his
WHOLE ROUND own recognizance.Walter .

WHOLE or RIB HALF Henderson was arrestedDec.

31 for resisting officer without
FRYERS PORK LOINS STEAK violence and disorderly conduct,ac-
cording to Chief Deputy Pat Henry.
Henderson started an alteration

while tional were officers searching from Lawtey the area Correc-for an

$ QUANTITY wW RESERVED 00'''''_RIGHTS'.'.. escaped Kenneth Jan.prisoner.2 Pressley on warrants, 21.from was three arrested
counties, according to Patrolman
GOOD Gordon Smith.Pressley Is wanted on
4 a 1 THURS.-WED., worthless check charges in Bradford -
JAN. 4-10, 1990 Traffic, Marion and Alachua.

Ernest Albert Varnes, 40, was arrested
SLICED Dec. 30 for driving under In-

LB. LB. FREE LB. fluence Winston (DUD Barber., according Varnes' to blood Lt.

alcohol was .24 percent. He was
released after a$500 surety bond.

LEGQUARTERS . La 38< PORK LOINS . La $1 167 SIRLOIN TIP ROAST La *277 Baby Joe Beard, 37, of
Hillsborough County was arrestedDec. I
30 for DUI, according to Lt.
Barber. Beard's blood alcohol con-
HICKORY HOUSE tent was .28 percent. He was released -
HICKORY SWEET after a $500 surety bond was
..... ... posted. i
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... .- ,--I tND ;.: .=- ,18 Richard Haywood 35, of Alachua 1
.... ".." ..I..W.h..T' ... ''':_'''',0:", $ $1 was arrested Dec: 30 for driving
'A' while license suspended, accordingto
MEDALLION 138 LB. Patrolman W. S. Allen. He was
$1 78 $ 158 released after a $215.25 cash bond
ENDS \suE\ 27 Ted Edgar Manning, 28, was ar-
YOUNG-N TENDER 88C BRAND 88C BACON & $119 SMOKED SAUSAGE rested Dec. 30 for DUI, DWLS, ac-
FRYER'THIGHS. La FRYER WINGS, La PIECES . ni SIZE cording to Patrolman Allen. Mann-
W-D REGULAR MADISON TURKEY 89'' ing's blood alcohol content was .17
or FRANKS . percent when he was arrested on
La SR-16 Old Road.Bond
ItK"ct silt HUGO SUPER set at $1,215.25, he was released on
PAMILYPAK COMBINATION 2 $599 his own recognizance.
58C 98C Sharon Louise Norton was ar-
FRYER THIGHS. .'. La SPLIT BROILERS' La HAM . . Isiit rested for DUI, attaching license
plate not assigned vehicle. She was
HARVESTFRESH released after a $750 surety bond

ppY EVEFIYDICE sa *- EVERYDAY I was posted.
I1 Billie Paulette Kitzman was ar
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PPRICE LOW PRICE rested Dec.27 for DUI,DWLS. Bond
was set at $1,250, she was releasedon
zce PRODUCE her own recognizance. _

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KR1SPY MARGARINE PKGS, LEAN CUISINE L wind it is often this added
,.,::_ : GLAZEDCHICKEN 0 f weight that causes limbs to
-- : SALTINES JELLO $ 2 $500 crack and break. In addition,
6PK 211 . sai insects and disease may
,REGULAR UNSALTED or C' PUDDINGS. . Psa EA. easily enter damaged trees
WHOLE 78, SUPERBRAND further decreasing nutproduction.
$125| ORANGE JUICE Sff,t Chemical control
oz' COTTAGE CHEESE \\LI YELLOW I is of no hazard to grazing
ALL VARIETIES EXCLUDING VEAL PABMIQIANA f stock and is an inexpensiveway
REGULAR Or UNSALTED 'SLICED BEEF nd LASAGNA ONIONS i to rid your trees of moss.
CRACKINGOODSALTINiS SUPERBRAND $129 BANQUET $178 Call now-spraying must be
2 $100 .s, ENTREES . 23I I done while in the dormant
. ox STICK CHEESE. '. UE I 70 [ season!

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Checking Account Traveler Credit Card*Checkt Application RADISHes ?lAG CONTROL]
Loan Savings Money Orders $ 9 9 $ 9 9 ICMCMICAICO '
':re.IoOpoait Night Depository FLSH QZMANa 5 5 HARVEST FRESH .. 964-5745
Accounts Notary Putl.0. ,
Money Market CARROTS .
MON.A/VEIV/ 9am.4p.rn. SQhcTmari THUR3.4FRI. III.m.-p.m. Bank\! YELLOW FIN SHARK STEAKS or $299 MUSHROOMS "01.'9 g

SATURDAY l.m.-2 p.m. TUNA STEAKS La $599 FILLETS. . . La .xa


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Driver DUI Nettles was released after a$500 the driver's side of Drake's Nissan IF YOU HAVEN'T SHOPPEDUS
In Head-on Collison surety bond was posted. sports car.After rotating clockwiseand
Damage to the trucks was$12,000. striking a power pole,the patrolcar

charge with- driving Starke under man was influence Deputy, Principal again was travelling spun clockwise.at 50 The mph patrolcar said LATELY SHOP US TODAY!,
Dec.30 In a head-on collisionon Injured In CrashA Dean. ,
Cypress Run Road. Rescue responded to the accident
Donald Lee Nettles,driving a 1989 Union County sheriff's deputy with Townsend being flown by
Ford pickup truck was eastboundon and the assistant principal of Lake TRAUMA I to University Hospital in
Cypress Run Load, riding the Butler Elementary School have been Jacksonville and Drake being flown
curve on the wrong side and struck a released from area hospitals where by STAT FLIGHT to Shands
westbound 1970 Ford pickup,according they were taken following a traffic HosptiaL .
to Trooper D.C. Roberts.Net- accident Dec.27 on SR-100. Townsend Is recouperating at
tles was charged with DUI after his Deputy William Townsend 22, home, in good condition,according SmJfid
blood alcohol content tested.20 per- was southbound at 8:40: p.m.responding to Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. He suffered
cent,said Roberts. to another accident with blue fracture bones and lacera
Driver of the 1970 Ford Travis W. lights flashing,when Dennis Carlton tions.
Looney,17,and passenger six-year- Drake,38,pulled out in front of him Drake Is In good condition at home
old Amanda Looney,received minor from 8th Avenue, according to also said Whitehead. --
injuries. Amanda suffered a sratchon Trooper Donald Dean. Damage to the two vehicles totall U.S.301 S. Starke 964-7701
the chin and bruises on her leg The deputy tried to veer to the left ed$11,000. 250 SW 9th St. Lake Butler 496-2564
and neck. and brake but his_uu patrol_ u car_u__stuck____.


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fWhere on right past Glory" 'Come experience the dUferenos"Schedule
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964-5772 AVAILABLE continue to serve you in 1990.,


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qualified new car buyers financing
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10O2-1OO4 Gloucester Street 3494 Phillips Highway 3OOO Brewer Highway 605 Wells Road U.S. Highway 301 North Bulck-Olds, Inc.

(912)265-3540 ((904))398-7511 ((904)) 752.f:050 ((904)) 264-6537 ((904)) 964-7500 Memorial Dr.,
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Jacksonville Live Oak Palatka St. Augustine
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1852 Sadler Road 1325 Cassat Avenue 816 E. Howard Street 1910 Reid Street 283 San Marco Avenue

((904)) 261-5176 ((904)) 387.6511 ((904)) 362-2976 ((904)) 325-4506 ((904)) 824-9181

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I Man Charged with Battery of Deputy 4

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A 36-year-old Keystone Heights Willis became w
belligerent and Willis was
charged with
appeared disorderly
man was arrested Jan. 1 after to be going for a weapon, conduct, battery, reslslng officer i
I deputies disturbance.were called to a domestic Henry said. A scuffle began between without violence, according to Deputy 4,.,
While Chief Deputy Pat the two men and Willis was subdued Henry. Bond was set at$1,275 he c ,
Henry was but
Henry reoHvodi 'injured was released on his
questioning Clayton Henry wlllii." thumb. i,oiinlvimce., own /

LAKE AREA Man Charged :
With Throwing t.I t. 4

A 19-year-old stopped for a traffic
violation was charged with throwing
a beer bottle at a pickup trudkearlier
Billy Wayne Hill was charged with
driving while license
Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy throwing a deadly missile suspended into an occupied
& Speech Pathology I vehicle a.id criminal
according to Patrolman
William Brown. Hill was Identified
Medicare. Insurance and Worker's. Compensation Accepted by the victim after his vehicle was '
stopped. He was released after a
Karen lord M.A. CCC/SP $1,500 surety bond was posted. _+ ;

Peggy Floatner. O.T.R.

Laura Hodges. P.T. Union Football
Beth Blgelow. P.T., RN. A.T.C.

S.R. 26 & Centre Street 486 N. Temple Ave.anquet Set

Melrose Florida 32666 Starke Florida 32091 The Union County Tiger football -
475-3113 team will hold their annual
964-2208 football awards banquet Mon-

day. Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. in the __ ._
Hours by Appointment Physlclal Referral Community Center in Lake Mobile Home Destroyed... .n .n ---.

ton Butler Faulk Tiger announced Head Coach Carl- A lira of unknown cause destroyed this mobile home located lUghrldge Elates In the Keyrtone Height area last I
today. weekend.No one vu Injured In the blaze.
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Suburban River Economic Coun- Assistance Program available to
cil, Inc. announces the distributionof all eligible recipients regardless of
USDA commodities. Contact the race,color national origin age. sex
office for information on qualifications or handicap.
for distribution. Distribution dates and sites. are as
Commodities may be picked up if follows:
you present your current card to Jan. 8 through Jan. 24, 1990:
receive commodities. You or eith if Outreach Center, 134 E. South
two designated persons may pick up Street, Starke 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
NOW OFFE:IRillN CG commodities. Certification, recer- Please bring a bag or box in which
C3 tification or replacement of lost card to place your commodities.
will be done at the outreach center. Flour, beans egg mix honey and
USDA's Emergency. Food butter will be distributed this month.',
2 Tank

Qlrl. rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrsa Specials tpmmmmmt . . .. . I Benefits. I
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I No. 1 : No. 2 I will start drawing larger benefits. income for indfgents who are aged,
Checks delivered January 3 will In- blind] or disabled. Maximum SSI
i I clude a 4.7 percent Increase the benefits will rise to $386 for an In-
a I largest jump in 7 1/2 years. The in- dividual and $579 for a couple In.
g 1 crease is a cost-of-livlng adjustment 1990.
V designed to offset rising inflation. SS benefits have risen
The new rates provide an extra$25a automatically each year since 1975,
0 month for the average retiree who based on advances in the Consumer
I received$541 monthly in 1989. Max- Price Index except for six months In
rc imum monthly benefit for a person 1983 when he Increase was skipped
a i,1 retiring at age 65 will be$975 in 1990, because of shortages in the SS fund ,
a. I- up$76 from 1989. The tax was only one percent of In-
The 4.7 percent increase In come up to $3,000 when Social
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On the lint row from left to right,Wendy Smiley,Shirley Smith,rJe.a Chrbty Pickering and Hotle McCarthy.In 315 West Call Street
Dampler,Tina Cocbenour...Renee Carrol. the rears Mr.McCorkle,Whbperlng Pine Administrator,Judy Battbta, Starke, FL 32091
In the second fowl Ron Barnett,IIRSj Margaret' Sherrick,Angela Carman, IIRS,Shelba Whitaker,Certified Nursing Aul.tant,Whispering Pines,Betty (904) 964-7501
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With a special evening registration to Computers, Business Law Elec- and Practices.
today, Thursday January 4, tronic Spreadsheets(Lotus),intro to For more Information,please call I
from 6 to 8 p.m.,there Is still time to Business Real Estate Principles 964-5382._ 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
sign up for Spring Classes at the An- Keystone Heights, FL 32656
drews Center of Santa Fe Community -
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also be held from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. on January 4 and 5.
i Classes for the Spring Term begin CONDITION Attorneys
Monday,January 8 and run to May
.3., State and Federal Practice
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Math English, Science, History, YOUR Personal Injury and
Social Sciences and Humanities,the Wrongful Death
Spring schedule includes such
varied offerings as Class Piano,German -
Spanish, Anatomy & I
Physiology,and Nutrition. WATER Bankruptcy Law
Business classes available include
Accounting I& II,Word Processing
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Father Time ushers in the new GETTING -
a-' decade of the 1990s, the Sociali
Security payroll tax is rising to 7.65 '
from the old rate of 7.51
percent per-
,' ,cent in 1989., According to an SOAKED NOW SERVING
Associated Press' dispatch, this t:If IN A
means employees will now have$765 BUFFETLUNCH
deducted from their pay checks for Restaurant
each$10,000 earned during the year I o I
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Employers will pay an equal amountfor Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
each worker depending on -"""' '
salary. I JUST $690MONTH/ 1 1i 1900)4 T.mpl.'. Slaric*, Florida '32091 I
,The arrival of 1990 also means that L '
workers will start paying SS taxeson i 'I Eat-In or Take Out
a larger share of their earnings.. For rvatlons Dr take out ordercall: 954-7681 .
The maximum income subject to tax ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS$4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10$2.50
is instead of last year'smax 1
now of$51,300$48,000. Altogether, the in- Right now. *...pv.rybeewo.rcaWInoner CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00
creases mean that SS deductionswill I for o very...oll plo..lutr 1e 90 p.month ,
lot:3 monII\.plus inIIoIlalton.Call Culligan
Increase by $320 for a total I today about thtt limited Dm*mot offer. I
deduction of $3,924 per year for BUFFET DINNER Frlday&Saturday
workers earning$51,300 or more. I I Nights
Under the new formula, the tax- I
able rate for self-employed persons '1-800-342-9084 ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS$7.95; CHILDREN UNDER 10$3.95

will be 15.30 percent in 1990-equalto CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE 1.00
the combined employee-employer i
percentage. In 1989 they paid 13.02 Our Buffet Consists of More Than 15 Delicious Items
percent, due to a two percent tax O i iI
;. credit which has been withdrawn.:, I 1 1I Tuesday-Friday:Lunch 11 a.m.til 2:30 pm;Dinner 4:30 pm til :30I
1. Although 130 million Americans 1 pm.Saturday-450 pm til 930 pm.Sunday Lunch 12 Noon til 2:30 pm;
will pay more into the SS fund in I I FOR LUNCH ONLY
Dinner 430 til 9
1990,almost 40 million beneficiaries L-: pm pm
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1988 CHEV. PICK-UP TV: Wards cabinet WEARS AT OUR BEST!
I BEAUTIFUL 3BR2BATH.1987 CHAM- player and speakers; odds and ends, model working condition I
SPORTSIDE.350.at.ac.ps.pbtintedwindows.sport wheels 26k PION mobile. ORANGEWOOD APTS. NO. 703; $100; baby port-o-crib w/mat- ....WATERFRONT..... I
ho SATURDAY ONLY, 9-3. 7 tress $15. Call 964-5875 after 4 pin. GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE CENEVAl 292'on water and extending 1
mllesMUST SELLI), Reduced to me,14x70,carpeted garden
$9950 OBOcall 964-9248 or 782- tub.breokfnstbar.ulility!, roomwired FRIDAY d SATURDAY: A little bit of CATTLE TRAILER FOR SALE:For more to Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' 'lots,
3660 2ATTENTION central air.Must sellmoving) No eq everything, 1006 N. Thompson St. Information, call 782-3437. $65.000 each and one 92.65 lot $48.000. I

GOVERNMENT SEIZED uity-take over payments. Serious 12ONE .....HOMES...... I
VEHICLES from $100 Fords, Mercedes inquires onlylCall 964-3939keep IRRIGATION PUMP,gas engine HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR NOME wltha beautiful view of Lake Sam pIOn.
Corvettes, Chavys. Surplus trying., LAND FOR SALE 125 cu. In. approx.RainBird 250 ft 3 in. alumi-. Located In Brlmwood Point. 3 BR. 2 BA Central Heat pump carpeted, Insulated I
Buyer Gulda. 1-602-838-6885, Ext. A '86 PIEDMONT: 56x26, 3 BR 2 Bath with num pipe with 10 sprinklers
100 ACRES six 964-4.752 leave windows, skylights, mahogany ext. door*. sunken tub, ceiling (ant,
room house and message.
3493. den and fireplace.CH/A Assume loan Owner will finance barn 12BRAND 2205 sq. ft. living area, 1537 ..f. wrap around porch, must see to appreciate.Owner ., 1
1978 LWB TOYOTA PICKUP balance Call 9648566.
With '
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financing to a quallfed buyer. $105.000.
964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN NEW POST HOLE :
per. $700 or best offer. 964-5640. 1989 MOBILE HOME: 14x60 skirted on 9OCALA 6 and 10 Inche auger bits. 3 pt hitch. CHEAPER THAN RENT! Immaculate, furnished 3 bedroom, 1V4 bath mobile
2 an adult quiet private lot. Within 964-4752, leave home w/teparate recreational room equipped with stove X frig, separate
1939 PLYMOUTH: Original condition: walking distance of all stores. Used 6 message. .. garage, beautifully landscaped 'lot on Griff loop. $ 19600.
original motor. Runs good. Must see mos. 2 BR 1 1/2 BA. Completely REAL ESTATE FOR RENT t DUI'LEX.630-632 W. Francis St., Each side 2 BR. 1 BA, Eat-In kitchen LR, Ulll
to appreciate $4,000. Call alter 6 pm. furnished, ready to move In to. New OUT l ...' .... : Rm., w/carport on on.end. $ 45000.
964-2573 washer anddryer.Central air,3 decks, OF AREA
weekdays, anytime on
2ith Roof
Nl Ave.2 BR/1 BA New $ 26,000
weekends. 2 2 with root over carport tool shed,etc. FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities -
HWY.301 SOUTH From. 3 BR, 2 bo, CHSA, 1539 s.f, 1 1.7 $ 40.000
BLACK '89 FORD F-150 XLT LARIAT: 2 Must sea to appreciate. 964-5341. NATIONAL FOREST: wooded paid. From $37.50 up weekly. acres.
wheel drive. V-6 grey Interior. Askingpay 4FREE lots river access. $5450 each. No MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut SI. NW 6ftth AVE.i 3 bedroom 1 bath 5 acres. Home has new 20 yr. roof, freshly.
eff. Call 964-34 1. 2 FREE FREE Credit Check and money down. $65.41! month. Owner I- Starke in front of Post Office. painted Inside. Owner toys, 'Make an Offerl'!
VW DUNE BUGGY FOR SALE: Make Pre-approval on mobile home loans. 236-4579 or I-622-2438 TFNMIDDLE 13MOBILE GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE bedroom, 2 bath, with a large family room
offer Call 964-4752 leave message. Call Bruce at 7555114. Circle B 10 HOME.3BR 1 11/2 bath,carpeted located In the city. $ 59300..
2 Homes Lake City, FL. 4 TENNESSEE 20 Acres pasture appliances, air and central heat unfurnished 311 WALNUT STREETS Good rental property-3 homes:
1969 CHEVY 4X4 SWB: 350. V-8, 3 4 BR's BIG 1990 28x70 with plywood and woodland. Creek thru property. ,on Griffis Loop$250 month. 3053 Total Sq.Ft., 2 story, porches;
speed, tool box new clutch. $700. floors, wood siding, shingle roof, plus $695/per acre. 10%down. Call after 7 $150 secuity deposit call after 6pm 1080 Total sq.Ft.;
., Phone 964-5543. 2 free delivery and set-up. $290 per mo. p.m. 615-722-3812 or 722-5607. 964-8970 or 964-8705 or 964-4430 240 Total Sq.Ft. Call for viewing en these) $ 69,000
-.' 79 CMC 4X4: Auto transmission i Call 755-5114, Circle B Homes Lake 10 //413 ELEGANCE THI COUNTRY 3 BR 1 ba concrete block, window treatments,
eng., $2800. Ph: 964-2801. > City, FL. 4 3BR HOUSE ON GRIFFISLOOP.sloverelrigeralor.and 3 ceiling fans, CHSA, stove, refrlg DW. garage with door opener antenna
BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- I: \IWANTEl:; dish with rotary booster wood floors new Andersen windows, carpet rose
'89 HEVYCAVALIErt'H5i: : ; Spa,AC. wide. $1,000 Dn. Pmt. Singlewlde. : washer furnished, carperted; throughout garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill, smoker, and Lazy
AM/FM Cassette, 11,000 miles, $500 dn. pmt.! Everyone can buy-bad front and back porch and utility Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphoute, total electric
$9500; 198a OLDS CALAIS 4-door credit or no credit. Call 755-5114 EXPERIENCED CNA Wants Work. 964- room.ceillng fans.forced air heat and beautifully landscaped.BRICK .

PS. PB, AC. AM/FM. 24,000 miles. Circle B Homes, Lake City FL 5225. Call anytime 11 window air.Large private yard and HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3V4 BATHS, 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer

$6800. Call 782-3735 or 964-7362.. 4 i '1 drive.$300 monthplus $200 security LR, DR, kitchen w/ refrlg, range/oven, dishwasher, fan/hood; den, laundryroom
2FOR 1990 DOUBLEWIDE: 24x44, 3 BR. 2 BA. ,FOR :SALE:: : deposit.call after 6pm 964-8970 or and an office, CHSA, enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop, spacious
Wood siding and shingle roof, plus 964-8705. 13 back yard with security lights. $71.000.
tree delivery and set up. 14995. Call MUSICAL$14.99 INSTRUMENTS PER AS LOW AS COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 BR Apart BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3 BR, 1 ba CB wood floors 1185 ..f., 5 acres $ 60,000
PROPERTY 755-5114 Circle B Homes MONTH. CALL 964- mentCleanquiet! Houck Apartments.
Lake City,
FL. 4 6946. 12ALUMINUM 964-8214. 13 CRYSTAL LAKE Furnished log cabin, 98 It. on water, 1 BR/1 BA. $90,000
BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot. $ 44,000
1989 DOUBLEWIDE: 28x70. w/Glamor NEWSPAPER FOR RENT OR SALE: 2 BR, 2 BA. 2 Cpt.,
HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 8A, CH/A, screened w/BBQ
eat-In PLATES.Measures 24x33 1 Ac. 2394 NW 65th Ave. patio grill
SALE LEASE, OR EXCHANGE, bath kitchen, walk-in pantry. 17712594.
Also.3BRMH,1' 1/2 BA, 3 Ac. Exc. for small horse farm. $ 122,400
7000 sq ft two story stucco building. Can be3 BRw/denor4 BR. All for well each. Great for patching 13
137& 139 E. Call St. corner Thompson under $300/Mo. 964-6408. and repairs. TELEGRAPH, 135 W. 3 BR 1 1/2 BA: Fenced yard living room, LOTS I ACREAGE .
St. Leased to purchase or prefer 4 Call St. Siarko. 12 den eat-In kitchen unfurnished.$400/ HWY 16. EAST 20 Ac with fish pond 2 wells, palm trees, septic tank swimmIng -
DOUBLEWIDE3 2 BA REGISTERED PIT BULL PUPPIES Mo.. 1 st A Last.Available Feb. 1.964-
exchange for water front property. BR. FLEETW000'Total : pool. Can be bought a. one parcel or four 5-acr. tracts.
Clyde W. Simpson 356-6849 electric.You'll love the floor plan) papers and shots ready to go. Call 4284. 13 MICHIGAN STREETS Acres Inside city. $ 10,000
3FOR Reduced to $18,376.00 including Cindy, am 964-6000 In evenings call MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY
WALDO Four lots, city water, well, septic, 2 power poles. $ 28,000
LEASE, PARTIALLY COMPLETED delivery and set-up. 1-964-9172. NEW 475-5617 12 WATER SEWERCABLE TV 2 BR, SS 19th ST. HAMPTON:3 Ac., 3 septic tanks, 4" sub pump, 2 power poles, access -
1000 sq ft fast food location across 4NEW USED CELLULAR PHONES: 1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13
to waterS36
from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848, eve- FLEETWOOD W/FIREPLACEI For Sale. We install and activate. Call MOBILE HOMESLOTS WITH CITY CHERRY city STREET 200'xlOO' $ 17,000
nings 473-3627 TFN 3 Deluxe carpet, frost-free refrigerator 964-4238. TFN 12 WATER, SEWER CABLE TV, 964-
HWY 223t One Acre.LOT $ 5,000
FOR SALE OR RENTWarehouse/office 5-yr. ext. fin and HANDI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings 7498 TFN 13
: warranty, more.
9.GOLF AIR ROAD Country Club Estates, Make offer $ 8,700
space: 3000-9000 sq ft, located at $19,963. Delivered and Set-Up. storage buildings garages green OLIN'S SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine Hughes Mobile Homes, 1-800-940- houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy lots for rent water and sewer furnished LAWTEYi Five acres, 105th Ave. Good investment! $ 15,000
1 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD.20.16 Ac.. 3 wells, 2 poles $ 50,000
Industries. Contact Diane Ely 964- 4644.4SKYLINE 301! South. 964-8848 TFN cable tv available. 782-3333
5294 TFN 3 3/2: Glamor bath w/round tub, 12X21 CARPORT $790 NO DOWN TFN 13 WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246, Fla.' Frontier $ 15,090

STORE FOR RENT 1000 SO FT, 301 white lined kitchen cabinets, sculptured PAYMENT Hand! House portable HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for AFTER HOURS

SOUTH PLAZA 964-7681 OR 964- carpet, central air cond. and buildings Hwy 301 South Starke. ., 964-... rent Close. to prison. Call 468-1323.. Ann. TorwIIUgar Brown. . ., . . . .473-7541
6764 TFN 3 much more. ALL SET UP on 1 acre w/ 8848 TFN 12- w n -n" .wiJfN 4i_ awes. : '' va'i .
water septic, and power -for only. .. M F\YS\ : yAR1ETXSNi7P:Snlsfl.wiclWiv PaulineRandolph! : : : //t ,;;.rCOfBd..t.kol]",', lU23
ANIMALSPETSHAPPY $37.1.40/Mo. and you own It all In 15 used furniture, appliances HOMES FOR SALE Debra.. i,Connaughton. . . .'" 833
TV"t' '"
yearsl! 964-6407. 4 microwaves VCR's. .You -

USED HOMES starting as low as $1099. carry III.Alwas looking for such items. FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 BR 1 1/2 BA ,
JACK SKIN BALM: checks 12x14 ft. wide mobile homes avail- Stop in if you wish to sell something. Central Ht./Air, C.B., Living Room,
able. 9646407. 4 304 E. Call St. 964-3250. Eveningscall Den. Eat-in kitchen fenced backyard
scratching A relieves Irritated skin .
without steroids. Promotes healing A 964-5813. Don't call alter 9pm. storage shed. In town, nice neighborhood -
hair growth on dogs 8 catsl! Gator LOSTFOUNDLOST ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL. Arthur .45000or400Mth.964-4284.
Farm Ole Glore Gaskins, 782-3140 12 ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES
female Cocker
Goldklst. 6. Blonde Spaniel 60 SHEETS 1/2 INCH CDX Plywood from $1 (U-repair). Delinquent tax
Dec. 26. East Call Street 964-
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$7.00 sheet.
per property. Repossessions. Call 1-602-
7R07 5NETTLES Mobile Home Lots with or without septic &
FUJI 35mm CAMERA, telephoto lens and 838-8885 ext! GH 3493. 16
QUALITY PAINTING flash; comes with camera bag. 2 yrs. JUST BUILT: 2 BR. $29,900. Stove;.refrigerator well hookup
TREE old. $100. Call after 6 pm 964-2573 ceiling fans, carpet wash-. Building Lot In Keystone N

INTERIOR SERVICE weekdays anytime on weekends. room. Can't do better. 064-8811,208 200 Acres In Bradford County .................$1,500 Acre
12 Epperson St 16 2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone

EXTERIOR Removal, Pruning .351 WINDSOR REBUILT MOTOR: Also FOR RENT OR SALE: 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227....................46,500 Each
comes with transmission. $200 or Home. One acre, corner Crystal Lake
e PRESSURE Trimming, De-mossing $250with transmission.Call 964-2573 and Bedford Lake. Road. Call 473- Commercial Building on Edwards Rd.
WASHING Firewood after 6 pm weekdays anytime week 3403. 16 43 Acre Farm with 3'Br.., 2 Ba. Home In
ends. 12 Gainesville

Specializing In Removal of 4 CHROME GOLD-INLAID MODULAR RVS& CAMPERS 5 Acres on small lake ...........................3.000 Acre
Wayne Jones Dangerous Trees RIMS,off Dodge PU;2 Mud Grip tires 3/4 mile lake frontage on lake In Alachua
FREE Estimates 10x15. $150 i for rims, $100 for tires. 1969 CAMPER $500 or Trade for Motorcycle County ,
468-1149 Licensed & Insured Call after 6 pm, 9S4-2573 weekdays, of value. 96+ .
car. anything Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.OOO
anytime on weekends. 12
14 Years Experience Call Thomas D. Nettles 4757. 19 e 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham....$ .ooo Acre

493-1326 Lake Butler For Rent 2 Br., 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..... $45O.OO Mo.


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Susan M.. Faulkner GRI, CRB PresIdent BROKERS SPECIAL Starke FL
EQUAL HOUSINq nEALTO Owner Soy Sell Lass haws I
Brick', 3/2,Over 1400 Sq. Ft.CH/A.
N_w Roof, large lot 100x300, Fenced Bock Yard.
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. REDUCED from $56,000 to SS2.000 a .../Homes >/Lot >.Acreage Waterfront

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Located Hwy 301.,2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St. To $2SC I

Owner Financing, In Starke. Frame 2/1, Good 'Income. a ON THI WATER 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick, Eat-In Kitchen, Family Room I ICH1A

*NICE 2 BR MOBILE HOME On .93 Acres; quiet area. Priced right at $12,000. Newly renovated Inside and out, 2/1 fenced yard In Starke. Large lot 2.80 Ac.. :2310 SF. Front B Back Porches. '
Possible Owner financing. 149-89 In Breaker, frame home, walk to everything, owner finance a LARGE ROOMY HOME 3BR/2BA Frame, Family Rm w/Flreplace, CH&A a

*DOUBLEWIDES ON ACREAGE'All Cent.. Heat S Air All 2 Baths; one-4 BR, 2.3 $15,000 to$50,000 2184 SF, 576 SF Worfcthop. Hampton lake Acce**.
BR.. Mu.t lee to appreciate. 198-89 *> Cedar home on 1 acre, CHSA, rang, ref. ATTENTION HOMI SEEKERS 4BR/2BA CB Home, Family Room CHSA,
*LOTS Of LOTS For mobile homes. And for burlding a home. Concrete block, 3/t. central heat In Stark. 100x125 lot. 2148 SF, Oarage LandicapexJ. I a
*3 ACRES OF HIGH DRY LANDi In Onlbri ( untV. No above ground. Septic tank. Crystal Lake Homesltes, CB, 3/1 ,. CHSA range, ref 1300 SF, 6 ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/IBA. A-Frame w/Porche All Round, Stove t
Priced to ell. 210-89 fy A 'lotto house, 41i, CHSA, range ref over 1500 SF. Starke.' "Refrlg..Wood Burning Stove, Pol. Barn 24x50, Tool Shed 8x9 Well < $.p.
*LARGER CORNER lOTi In CountrV; Club Sub, loll of tree and owner financing. Lake cottage on clear' lake with white sandy beach. Large oaks. a tic. I i
136-89 Frame, 1400 sq. ft. 4 BR. I 3/48A, Large lot. In country. LOVELY MUCK HOME 4BR/2BA. CH4A Stove, ReMg I Dlihwaiher, 2240
*COUNTRY LIVING i "c".wi OW. :3 BR, 2 BA, fireplace In d.n, CH/A,owner financing Brick 3BR/1 Ba, nice neighbor, range, ref. CHSA, encl.. garage.! U SF, Sun Deck. Well I Septic
w/reaionable down payment 21I.-S9 50.000 to $75,000 JUST NORTH OF IAWTEY 3BR/2BA Brick Family Rm, H&A. 2946 SF, 2
LAWTEYi 5 Ac., concrete black,,-:) BR. n.w lining. REDUCED. Large Workshop, on 1.7 Acre wi Lat. of Shade Tree I
Highway 16 Weil. 4/2V4 CHSA 1496 SF on 1 acre.
.GRAHAM PROPERTY 3 Nice .. Owner two different HORSES .3BR/2BA Cut Brkk CHftA. t
: acre financing parcel Owner finance, 2 story 4/2. CHSA, on 4.64 acre ROOM FOE Range Refrlg, Big Shed,
*3 BR/2 BA ON 1 ACRE In Sampson City. $45,900. Good term 167.89 I Fenced Area for Hone a
Lawtey area nice home, CHSA on 1 acre, quiet peaceful.
HWY 14 W Near Prison. Priced to cell. $61,900. 127-89 Excellent neighborhood, near the hospital Corner lot 3/2 CHSA. CROSBY LAKE SHORES.3BR/2BA Two-Story Home, Stove I Ref rl, AC Unit,
EXECUTIVE HOME ON HAMPTON LAKE 1.7 Acre 206.89 Electric Heat Well 1 Septic, 1 Acre. I
SAMPSON LAKE New home, over 1600 sq. ft. 173/89 Above $75.000 INVESTMENT PROPERTY Two' Story Apt. Bldg. 2BR/1BA Apt. Ga. Heat. I
*COMMERCIAL PROPERTYHwy: 301 South Apprex. 3.800 sq. ft. building. V.,. Prestigious Florida luxury In Country Club. All amenities top quality. This one HWY 16W i 3BRV3BA Doublewlde, CHftA Workshop Fish Pond Well e [
faille U... 29.OOO iq. ft. concrete parking. 209.89 has to be een. Call for private showing. Septic. S.T Acre.
ONE ACRE, 3 BR 1 BA frame home. Reduced to $26.000.216/89 Bedford Lake 2/1 CHSA. completely, furnished' extra nice. 100x300. RIVER BIND ESTATES 3BRX2BA OW Mobile Home, CHftA, 2 Acre. a
*lAWTEYi 3 BR, 1 Bath on 3/4 Acre. 28000. 207/89 Brick CHSA, over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acre*. CTY HWY 131 3BR/2BA Mobile Home, AC Unit, Central Heat 4.8 Acre |
HWY 301 NORTH Up to 225 ft. frontage. 205-89 *Owner financing. Brick, 3/2 1/2 BA. Pool All Appliance, Fireplace. a HIGHWAY 301 S 300 Ft Frontage, 2 Mobil. Home, 1 Camm.rclailidg.
*3EI THIS! 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA brick veneer on 1 acre over 1400 iq.: ft. 194-69 Farm house, CHSA on 28 acres. 2 Barns, pecan grove. f | 111 LAFAYETT8.3BR/1BA Frame, CHeA. Range Utility Bldg w/Half Bath. |
VERSATILE BUSINESSiOn Hwy 301. Plus beautiful 3 BR, 3 BA home with pool, Gorgeous brick home In Deerwood, 3/2 Immaculate. Must See.
fireplace, and many extra 191.89 Owner financing. 2 Immaculate MH', posture, oak. on 24 acre*. SELECTED PROPERTIES

*HWY 16 WESTl One block off, for hcme or mobile home Approx. 1 acre Starke Historic. Renov 6BR, 3''*Bo, 6 fireplace reduced. HOME SLOG LOTS Hwy leW City Water I Sewage Owner Financing.
$4,200. 138-89! Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm home. 4/2ViSa on 72 acre*. .
J HOME KDO LOTS Shady Oak S/D. Brooker.
1 COMMERCIAL FOUR .ACM TRACTS Breaker. Owner Financing.

.! Call One ot Professionally Owner Anxious Repair garage, metal bldg. ((1500 sq. ft.) Concrete parking. a THREE t ACnS I.ACIIIIIVIRfIOf'l1'. Well Septic I'Power LOTS Pole.Brooker, Owner Financing.

57500. .
Trained Staff! Toiiay.9B' -S069. Reduced US 301 South. Approx. 6 Ac., Metal bldg., MH, 2 wells :3 teptlcs. I ACRES Hwy. 301 South. '
Now $63,000.LAKE 1 a t.' ACRES Frontage en New River Well ft Septk.

Associates; Callus About AFTER HOURS

'1 f .carl.n.Godwln..c6l.2503 LOTSHOMES ACRIAG1 a Wayne Deu !lee. 9444t3BUI IIII Gee ,,.*44-eM41.,
.u Dead"*4-740. Clarice Stephen.44-e331 E a
--- Aanet !WaYs.d. foodr'Ryd.r..964.9040'Thomas BUILDING LOTS Ned weed.964.7454 rlnloo fi.4U-1ie7l

(Tom) Grot ...964-6786 Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings A


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I [ Starke Area Ads 1 .. ( Keystone Area--Ads ] ; I

!, "',,;FOR':' [' 'f ;:WAN'T 'ri) "'1 HELP WANTED HOMES FOR SALE YARD SALES _--

STATE HAVE YOU CAREER IN RIAL ESTATI-W. train. Call 2000 SQ.". HOME-On 2 Acres with SATURDAY '.'. 0-S006 CR-214
to your work? YOUR: OPTIONS CONSIDERED?If haven't BECOME A PARALEGAL Nationally Dean Waver, Watson Realty Corp. 20x40 In-ground pool. $79,900., Children! clothes 25 cents Twin
home available you accredited,attorney Instructed,home REALTORS 473.4816 or 475-2272. Assumable VA. 4737828. Itpd/1-4 stroller-SlS. Double headboard, bad
red J.B. Hunt, then you don't study,established 1976,financial aid,
13 6mochg-ll.30-5.3O MOSILI HOMC-Three 2BR and on. SIR from.$>>. Itpd/1-4
1 BR,1 BATH : how rewarding a truck driving free catalog. 1-800-669-2555. South- VITIRINARV ASSISTANT-Excltlng opportunity unit.$990 to $1990. Call 4737566.
Deposit Call can be. Join'the acclaimed em Career Institute, Drawer 2158 to work with people and pets Must move.3tpd/l-4,1-18,2-1, 2-15.
school and you'may be eligible Boca Raton, Florida 33427.
2 BR PARTIALLY : 2:30: p.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, every
525 W.Madison career that promises good pay, 17'SUEL'S oth.r weekend. Apply In p.r.on.Key.lon. .
527 N. Walnut Bowling Green RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: Heights Animal Hospital, ANIMALSGREY
Transportation TWO LOTS ON SANTA M-Loka. Call
Center In Bowl- Featuring a retirement and
NEED A GOOD community 7344 S.R. 100 West. 4734966.4tchal411.1825 .
AND CLEAN- Kentucky can give you the home.Licensed supervision 24-hour .3601 after 6 p.m. ttpd/1-4 ,
for training you need. Fi- a day.Certified nursing asst,first aid, t WHITI-Palnt Welsh Pony 2V
furnished.rent now. assistance Is available. Call CPR trained staff. Wit are a retire- Yrs. old. Good disposition a started onbarrel. FOR SALE T I
Call : Hunt at 18006433331. EOE. menlcommunlty-nola nursing homo. NOTICE .. $450. 473-3159 Itpd-1-4
p.m.: 13 to drug screen 15 Not affiliated with any religious or QUARTER HORSI-More. chestnut with CENTRIFUGAL PUMP5STARITE2'iHP.$125.l'iHP.$100
WALDO, VILLAS CRUISE SHIP JOBS: Hiring izations.CallSuetoday,468.2619.HANDY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted power steering. Great barrel horse I Fairbanks
Townhouse, plus weekly.Will train. Excellent to the lake Region Monitor office Knows all games. $650. 4733159. Maria 1HP-S10O, Elaclrlc Ov.n Ranges
Information Equal Housing plus world travel. Hawaii, MAN: Reasonable rates. Paint- In writing and paid In advance Itpd-1-4 :20"-$75. 30".$25. 16 cu.ft. Frostlre
13 call Caribbean, South Pacific, Ing. Plumbing, Electric & Home Re unless credit Is already established Hal. $75. 10 cull. $25. 475-5199.
Call nowl! 1-206-736-7000, ext with this office.MONITOR FOR RENT i tpd/1.4
2 BR, 1 BATH CB pairs. 25 yrs.experience.Woody 964-
Employment Directory. 5405 24-Hour Service.//17
shopping 13THREE ,$275 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN MOBILE HOMES.Partially furnished 2 or 3 transmission, needs fly-wheel
Trac bedrooms$135-$150
( per month. SR $300.473-2347. 1tchg/l-4
driver): Requires one ((1) THE TELEPHONE. 100, across from Lake Geneva. Call
HOME: CH/A, Classified deadline Is 11:00 Tuesday
experience In the operation of a 473-7566 or 4737810.
front porch, prior to Thursday publication.
trailer and possession of a pd/10-26/4/5/90
lease.$32S/Mo. chauffeurs license. Headquar-, Minimum charge Is$3.50 for I words, GATOR SONE-2BR/1B, great room with A/C HELPER WANTEDMust
BEDROOM 1 then 15 cents for each additional word.
: : Starke, Florida. Beginning salary stove, deck large shaded lot.
In Lawtay. Lots : $465.82 bi-weekly, Application Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171. $365/mo., first and last deposit. have good driving record.
plus depositwith : January ft, 1990. Qualified I4NNGNTENNIS Keystone Hti., FL 32656 18675373. 4tchg/12-28-1-19

Tiffin PROPERTIES Licensed apply to: Sybil Dempsey, SALE or RENT-Doublewlde on Deer Springs Apply:
of Surplus Property, Rt. 4, PERSONALPLUM lake. 4732252. ltpd1.4KEYSTONE
Sawyer & Air
964-5065. 1515, Starke FL 32091. B04/ MOSILI HOMI-Two Heating
LARGE TRAILER : E.O.EJA.A.E. 15 liNG REPAIRS.Remodeling, Bedroom, two bath. Go heat U.S.-)01; South Starke
FURNISHED mation, call TO SELL AVON: Set your ) carpentry bush-hog and mower work. $280/mo. Clean. 473-7044 or 473-0851. See Dick Robinson
hours) Earn $8-$10 hour) 2lpd/1-4-11
per Call for estimate. Ask for Robert.
HOME: .0415'H Joyce,Dlst.Sales Manager,904- ..73.2577.2Ipd/l..11 964-6520
MOLE leave message
HOME: $ *
Students Include KHHS
Security CLOSING SECRE- & BHS Team Members
13 : Preparation of HUD/FHA, VA
2 BR 2 BA In CHEVY ONUS CAS-1-ton, dual ]
side utility Street Apply 15 -person, 108 E. wheel truck. 18,000 orlg. miles. Many [ Union County Area Ads I

Month,$100 y $10 per Hour ...to.. Plus 1988 Coachman 5th wheel
Ask for Mark at 964-6305 or 473-4380, 36 ft. travel trailer. Both cond.
HELP SERVICES $37,500 for both. Will sell separately. ..


tial. Details. ( Alcoholics Anonymous 19S7 24' MALLARD SPRINTER 5TH WHEEL GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
Bk. 3493. 964-4150, 964-8614 WHY IS IT CAMPER Like new, $8,000. 1989 GMC repair). Delinquent tax property.
LAKE BUTLER 3/4 ton Pick-up, 10,000 miles, perfect Repossessions. Call 1(602-838-8889( ,
WANTS YOU) : zippers hems, button-' condition. $13,000 or both for 20000. Exl. GH-9127,12/28.l/11.3tf.
Full-time patches.eto. Drop off and pick Powell's 4963377. 1/4 2tpd. 1/11
A wakes in.the after
conditions. 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964- man up morning sleeping on an WASHER DRYER ELECTRIC STOVE ft FOR RENT
age. Apply in : Pinehurst Variety across from advertised bed, in advertised pajamas. He will bathe in MICROWAVI Call 4962090. 1/4 2tchg..
Apparel de Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN 1/11
Street, Lake an advertised tub, wash with advertised soap, shave OFFICI SPACE. 150 W. Main Street

ATTENTION SEWING MACHINE with an advertised shaver, and have an advertised juice, $100.00 month. Call 496-2261.
-your area.$ AND SERVICE: All makes HELP WANTED MOBILE NOME FOR RENT19OT all elotrie. ,
602-838-8885, models' cleaned oiled and ad- cereal and toast, (toasted in an advertised toaster), put 7014 2 'bed 2 bath S.W. Unor,

JOB? $15.. New 233 and&used 16 sewing on advertised clothes, and glance at an advertised LilAC WANTS YOU Immediate openings.Full County 250 month car
Hwy (Morgan 332-6411.3tchrg.12,..
: time employment. working
Openings ) 964-8733 TFN 17 watch. He will ride to work in an advertised car, sit in conditions. Excellent benefit package. HOUSI FOR RENT In Washington SprIng

will train. For WASHING: Houses: side an advertised desk, then smoke advertised cigarettesand Apply In person at Lake Butler Apparel *. Two bedroom 1 both. $220 pei
ext. 362. driveways. Roof Repairs. Call Company, 650 S.E. 2nd Street, Lake month. First and Last months rent
ANYONE CAN : Terry Parks. TFN write with, an advertised pen. Yet this man Butler, Ft. 1/4 2tchg. 1/11 advance.Call 496.2995 o- .

MC,US LINK FENCE: Installed. Free es hesitates to advertise, saying that advertising does not 49635094tpd.1221 1/11. I
ext U4424. Tommy Reddish, 864-8559. pay. Finally when his unadvertised business goes NOTICECLASSIFIED

URGENTLY YOUR CHILDS GRADES under, he will advertise it for sale!!!
PERSON to self-esteem sink this year. Call GOVERNMENT SEIZED VEHICLES from
for Texas oil TFN 17 $100. Fords, Mercedes, Corvettes, ADVERTISING should be sup
ss rt'"-train Write DRILL.I G. PUMPS & SERVICE: Chevys. Surplus Buyers Guide. milled to the Union County Tim. ,*
Pump &Supply' Co Wate*., 1-602-838-8885. Ext. 9127. 3tpd. flee In writing and paid In odvoi .'
CIIt 'fXy(/6161.PCO, RJ1ff.. '" Ave US 301. Starke, 32091 TFN1' Iv with/ this office.
; 1 f CR229 N.W. 2'8th St. Starke 964-6133 WIDE TRAILER. Must hove plywood Classified deadline I. MONDAY 5
11 '-IJ tFnl: .D lI'lI-'O h"S ail 1 11 z floor. Powell's, 496-3377 tfn/chg. 1/4 P.M., prior to Thursday publication
*| INVESTOR NEEDED To Invest In small Minimum chorg.I.15 words for$3.50
business Call 496-3727. Itpd. 1/4 then 15 cents for each word thereafter
Large or Small Loads of Limerock ] DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY

Tractor Work e Backhoe e Bulldozer. J\\ MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT J:_

1J.'i $,,9646182 a964..5823> Fenced yard In country ;JCal'
1990 14x70 3 bed 2 both, free deliveryand .
1 set-up $650 down payment. $183 FOUR 496-3939.BEDROOM days. 12/l4tfn MOBILE HOME on 2
JR;; per month. W. finance. Call 755-5115. acres. Newly carpeted. Owner flnpiu'
Circle B Homes. Lake City Fl.4tcg. 1/25 Ing for qualified buyer with small
FREE FREE FREE credit check and pre- downpoyment. Call after S f>.m
approval on mobile home loans. Call 431-1714, or anytime and l Itjova
Kent 01755-5114. Circle B Homes, Lake

.Pump Sales & Service On All Makes LOWEST City FI.4tchrg.l/25.DOWN PAYMENT In Florida all message. 12/28 2tchg. 1/4 : '

new homes 5 percent down. 14 wide PLANTS FOR SAlE f"i
start at $500 down. doublewldes at I
1 JANE s. USHEI Well Drilling $800 down. Call 7555115. Circle B FRUIT PLANTS FOR SALE at Martin's fruit

[ Residential &: Irrigation Homes. 4tchrg. 1/25 Farm Fort White. BAREROOT. apple
Your Union'County Rnttar BANK REPOS 1985's and up Doublewldes peach nectarine, plum fig and pear
Lie #1305 $1000 down payment. Slnglewkles S3.90. CONTAINER CROWN peach

Lake ButUr...- Lak. City. 964-7061 8O4 Temple Ave.. Starke $500 down payment. Everyone can nectarine plum fig. and pear, $6.
buy- bod credit or no credit Call
Eves It: Weekends: 964-7578 Japanese persimmons $12. Gropes
A96-2126or755.35OQ 755-5114 Circle B Homes, Lake City Fl. $3.90 Blueberries$3. Open Mon.-Sol 8

a.m. til 6 p.m. Closed/ Sunday.\!,

r. Now Accepting Applicationsfor iMfSCEitAfJEOli: $: : 497.2621, let ring. 1/4 4tchg. 1/25

work. 49812328. tin 17 By SFCC Casting

./! PRAMi HOME In town, with financing already arranged lor qualifiedbuyer. One & Two Bedroom Apartments Spring Arts Festival For 'Foxfire'

Set for Apr. 7,8 Santa F>e Community College will
lake Butler'and: hold auditions for the Retired Ar-
of between Southern Villas of Starke
MOMi Oft J acre
)/l PRAMS The 21st Annual Spring Arts tisans production of"Foxfire",written -
r lIalford on SR.121. 1001 Southern Villas Dr., Starke FL Festival, being held April 7 and 8, by Susan Cooper and Hume

FRAMi HOME an comer property across Iron Middle Schog) ln Ukf 1990, in Gainesville, Is now accepting Cronyn,January 7 and 8 at 7:30-p.m.
'1/1 lamlly-commertlal an this 1/2 city block. applications for entertainers. In building E auditorium in
Butler, Can/be ,..ldenJlal.multl Natural Wooded Setting Dancers, musicians, storytellersand Gainesville. The play tells the story

SACKi Ideal far business. al hqm.of children's performers are in- of changing times of the old and new
.9 1..11/. IA HOME flnnanc.dthat can be assumed by qualified) buyer., Apartment features vited to apply. : "generrl t1ODS in Appalachia.Men .
hobby thop. Already The festival is a free communityevent and women ages 20-70 are
wood.Owner fl n ... Wall to Wall Carpeting Stove and entertainers perform on a needed for the production. A 30-45)
.7 ACRES IN WORTHINGTON'NOSsPartially. Could be dl"IeI...N. I I Draperies Refrigerator gratis basis. More than 120,000 spectators year old who can sing and play
with 10 percent are expected for a weekend of guitar Is also needed.
Santo Fe' II.....,.: On-Slte Laundry Facilities art and fun. The play will run February 15-t7
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER LISTINGS For an application,write to Spring and 22-24. For more Information,
OR LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY?' 'I Arts Festival P.O. Box 1530, call 395-5308, 5310.
CALL....496-2126 Day or 755-3500 Nights Oft-? 57 JAheai Gainesville, FL 32602, or call (!1M) -
Equal OpportunltyHouaiJ1C -
3721976. t!:. :: -:' ::'
-- ,-.-- ...UN 'TAXI
"TJ. ,
-.... Tie .f r Senior Registered Nurse : ,
) Florida Licensure as a professional
pumt !" Minimum qualifications Public TV Special
AFFORDABLE! registered nurse and one year experience.
10 Answers Tax Questions
T.H.E.APARTMENTS l Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable, up to
._ 922 E.Brownlee St. 1y011 $28,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$8,000). 'If the new tax law has put you
Camp Blanding Rd. o at a loss, you may want to tune in

Starke, FL 32091 conrfortabtewith. beatXU1 0 fJ' Correctional Medical Technician CERT to aired a public on February television 7th.special The show to b.,
964-7133 Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure as a practical nurse. "Tax Break '88,' should bring you

/ 7"1 up-to-date on what's deductible andwhat's
based credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up
Salary on
oriented,with i
3&3 BR.family not and how to boneflt next
,a worth $5,000).
h ? to$18.000 annually. (Benefit package over
laundry&large playground. from the sweeping changes in
New Medical Facility. Successful candidate will be eligible for all year
first month. ,
Tree electricity the tax law. ,
I Florida career service benefits,including State Contributions to _
of monthly I BuytbefomneXI.ttOO
'Rent 30% your \\mu
'- ""' kslnmltopraiKdsilncomfcttBeouMtheXL health insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation days. 10 raid
Income If you quality.be,40 2! t "a..rr1'r holidays and sick leave.. Deferred compensation plan.CELTS. and
$ :
Tf you earn ,,12 Mss pump C backed by s sac eM mmubc0
week A have 3 tea r yee M lim mrranty on both... in-service training.
beL .. .....
rent would be __ondco l,. 2, .It&And
dependants your ttw una's ws.hah! dfidonq boIpe..J<1W1 /
Interested should contact:
month or$3.73 persons
about$113t for days left: In month ----1 F....dOuoiJI on"'" '. e"tnday ,@Ax,.. R.Nate Hoi ton. Personnel Manager
per day 1.200'-' _
for move-to alter the Onto a....-.. New River Correctional Institute ?
Qualified Singles Accepted.: .-nCOWART P. O.Box 333 '' V:,

Move-to cost can be as low ss RaIford, FL 32083 :
$10.00 low Income Air Conditioning Contractors or] Phone Roeroiuvseii/" s

1iJ See. 8 Housing (904)"64-4000

Rent for 096ao azWa.Kia I' 964-8O25 Preference shall be given to veterans and spouses of veterans A pubHa TV special may help
(Your Income
Equal make ten tf>e less taxing far you.
If You Qua11.fi1


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I Obituaries ; NEW ANOWARUfNWrnBe

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-- tea'. ," 4 / :
Mrs. Evelyn Johnson grandchildren. ':; oa1sy;;/ cracCe.gsbs
Mayo, Mrs. Gould had lived in tended illness. A lifelong resident of and five {;;:. i, .
PI. .
Mrs. Evelyn Johnson 64 of Miami most of her life :
mov- Bradford Mr.
County, Moody was Funeral services ,*" ,. !
were held <<
Melrose, died Dec. ing to Lake Butler in eIJ : \
Wednesday 27, 1978. She mov- retired from Owens Illinois as a for- Wednesday, Jan. 3, at 2 > Baby.Shop, "
in Shands Teaching Hospital, ed to Branford in 1989. She was a rester; he attended Emmanuel Bap- Emmanual Baptist Church p.m. at the :., 1'.. ,.
Gainesville, following a long illness. homemaker and a member of tist Church; was a veteran of WW II Rev. Fred Johns with
; and
torn in Carter County, Tennessee, Eastern Star Norm! Lodge In Miami was a member of the Lake Butler Williams officiating. Burial Rev. Dan We sell ottlj/ clean, quality, used clothes
Mrs. Johnson moved to Melrose and was a member of the Philippi Masonic Lodge No. 52 of Lake the church was in
from Roan Mt., Tenn. in 1963. She Baptist Church in Columbia County. Butler; was a member of Scottish cemetery. 480 Lawrence Blvd.
was a member of the Baptist faith Survivors include three Rite in Jacksonville, the Lake City Keystone Open 10 am 5 pm
and was a homemaker.. daughters, Frances Evans of Bran- Shrine Club and the American Card of ThanksThank Heights, Mon. Tine Trmrs Fri.
Survivors include her two ford, Kathleen Britten of Tampa and Legion Post No. 57 in Lake City
daughters, Faye Roberson and Sue Donna Harding of Zephyrhills; one Survivors include one son, Wesley you, St. Jude and the Holy
Koberson, both of Melrose; three son, Charles Cay Gould of Branford; Moody of Lake Butler Spirit, for all you have done. GLENDA'S
sons Bobby Johnson of Melrose, two sisters, Nellie McElroy of daughter! Betty Bennett of ;Starke one Please keep on helping us. SHEAR DESIGN
Steve Johnson of Newport, Ten Newberry and Susan Patterson of Thank you, Mr.&Mrs R.T. Start The
nessee and Jimmy Johnson of Miami; 16 grandchildren and 13 New Year With A New Look...
Palatka; 15 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
threat grandchildren. Graveside services were held Sun- BUY HERE PAY HERE t 1 & aWay
Graveside services for Mrs. day, Dec. 31, at 2 p.m. in Philippi WE
Johnson were held at 2 p.m. in Cemetery in Columbia County with FINANCE
Keystone Heights Cemetery on Rev. Warren Godsmark officiating.
Saturday, Dec. 30, with Rev. Ken Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Pippin officiating. Jones Funeral Butler was in charge of ar- E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALES
Home of
Keystone Heights was in rangements.
Easy Deals with
Seeber W. Moody, Sr. E-Z Wheels .m Call
Joyce or Beth *
Audrey Alma Norman C Today w
Mr. Seeber W. Moody, Sr., 72, of "
StearnsMrs the New River section of Bradford TOMMY BRAY (904)) 964-7783 964-4151 118 S. Thompson St. Starke"We ***e"

Audrey Alma Norman County, died Monday, Jan. 1, at the 1320 N. Temple Avenue like to kee
Stearns, 84, of Starke, died Wednesday North Florida Regional Medical Manager Starkt, FL, 32091 E ou lookillf.. ood"D .

.:..,Dec.. 27.L in__Alachua! .,General Center in Gameville following ex
IIU"IJII.| uamesvuiv, following a -
brief illness. Born in Bradford County -
Mrs. Stearns moved to Starke in
1971 from Tavares, Fla. and was a !
member of Bayless Highway Baptist CASH BACKCHRYSLER DEALERS
Church. She was a homemaker. SCE
Survivors include her husband,
Homer William Stearns of Starke; IT'S ,
two sisters, Mildred Edwards of
Starke and Murla Hubbard of T
Haines CityFuneral .
services for Mrs. Stearnswere
held at 2 p.m. in Bayless
Highway Baptist Church on Friday
De29, with Rev. Leaton Morgan, rif,
(III officiating Burial was in Dyal
Cemetery under the direction of
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. I,

"Dusty" Dever I
II I tI tawTt'T.
Infant Dustin "Dusty" Dever of II I
Starke died Wednesday, Dec. 27, at
Shands Hospital Gainesville,follow-
ing an extended illness. Dustin was
19.born at Shands Hospital on August I

Survivors include his parents
Devan and Juanita Dever of Starke; _
line brother, Scotty Reed of Starke; ,
his maternal grandparents, John
and Annie Wilkerson of Lawtey; his :
paternal grandparents, William and
Chris Seay of Lawtey and William z .
and Bonnie Seay of Starke; his great
great grandmother, Julia Yarberryof
Funeral services were held Friday -
Dec. 29, at 11 a.m. at the Chapelof B
Archie Tanner Funeral Home _
with Rev. Gene Bass officiating.

Burial was in Long Branch First Time J --_ b
Cemetery under the direction of Ar- __ ; ..
chie Tanner Funeral Home of 1 IO
Starke. EVER!

Fred Joseph Schattle ,

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Mr. Fred Joseph Schattle, 78, of 1'J"
Brooker, died at his home 1' _
Thursday, F I O4
Dec. 28, following a short Illness. ,I : AoAO Tr y.
Born in Pougkeepsie, New York, he .
had lived in Miami for 15 years I \
before moving to Brooker nine years l h
ago. tie was a member of St. Mary's ; C1t\ f jEFD
Cathedral Catholic Church in '

Miami. CAStbe!rebate'S
Survivors include two sisters, GVA '' s r
+ V
Mrs. Mary Ackerman of Miami and edslaean m de19ou e ''i
Mrs. Elizabeth Igler of Bellview; GUPA-a le t2 pa'f&--
one brother, Lawrence Schattle of uP&t.. CbfYS let .. ., ,
Live Oak; three nieces and six uat1 teO\- ..

nephews. dlI1etenuaranteed er ioT dells and .
Funeral services were held Saturday \ j
Dec. 30, at 12 p.m. at the Chapelof R Sot\ g0.See toed'g
Arohie Tanner Funeral Home claim _
with .ther William A. Hochheim uarantee _
officiating. Burial was in Santa Fe ; .
Cemetery with Archie Tanner ._.
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of __

arrangements.Ethel D. Reddish 'tI* .. ...-,- 8

Mrs. Ethel D. Reddish, 90, of

at Tallahassee Tallahassee, died Memorial Sunday,Regional Dec. 31, / _

Medical Center.A .

Macclenny native, Mrs. Reddishwas RS Turbo Model Voted One of
THERE IS NO LUXURY WITHOUT ENGINEERING World's Best Selling Convertible! New V-6 Engine Standard on Premium
a former Lawtey resident, hav- Car and Driver's Ten BesU
and GT Models and
ing served in the Lawtey city
government for some time. She wasa lOOO CASH $1000 $1000
homemaker and of the Baptist BACK!. $IOOO CASH
faith. -

Survivors include one son, Ray Smooth Crystal Key
Reddish of Tallahassee; a daughter, Responsive New 5-Year or ON HIOHLINE ON PREMIUM.OTa.OTC ON HIOHLINE ON PREMIUMOTa OTC
Mary Pons of Tallahassee; two 3.3LiterV6Engine 50.000MileOwner Cockpit-Style .. 5-Speed Manual 2.5Liter Message Center All-New Power-Assisted
brothers,F. Ray Dorman of Orlando Care Interior Overdrive Electronic Fueland Mini-Trip Cockpit-Style Four-Wheel
and Frank Dorman of Jacksonville; More Leg Room V&rrantytAvailable .. Compact Disc Transaxle Injected Engine Computer Interior Disc Brakes
five grandchildren and six great than the Biggest Mark Player with Responsive L8PowerAssisted V-6 Engine 2.5-Liter 0 Message Center
grandchildren. Cadillac' Cross Leather FourSpeakerSound Liter Overhead RackandStandard on Electronic Fueland Mini-Trip!
A'i tomatlc Tern- B Standard Driver System Cam Multipoint Pinion Steering I'remiumand Injected EnginePowerAssisted Computer
Funeral services were held at 2 perature Control Air BagAvailable Available Injection Engine Power-Assisted GT Models Standard Driver
p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 3, at Fraser Air Conditioning 4-Wheel 0-60 MPH in Four-Wheel O Standard Driver RackandAir Bag
Funeral Home, Macclenny, with O Ultradrive,the Anti-Lock 6.6 Seconds Disc Brakes Air Bag Pinion Steering
burial to follow In Woodlawn World's MostAdvanced Disc Brakes (RS Turbo Model)
Cemetery, Macclenny. Auto-
matic Transmission

Carl Elmer Hernwall
Mr. Carl Elmer Hernwall 88, of BeGREAT These TERWILLEGAR REVELS
Whispering Pines Care Center, ( 141 Wat MadI80RStreet 105O N.Orange Avenue
Starke, following a long illness. Mr. .. Starke.FL Green Cove Springs,FL
Hernwall was a member of FirstUnited co. (904)964-9000 4904)224 6
Methodist Church and was a i;!;: '.
retired banker with Bradford County :: :
Bank and Florida National Bankof ;jf 1

Survivors include one daughter, p __ CARUSO
Marilyn Hernwall of Minnesota. .INC.
C11TtY9LERPIYMCBlvd.. 201 San Marco Avenue 1951 HlghwayAlAEast
St Augustine FL Yblee.FL
Funeral services for Mr. Hernwallwill CHRYSLER (904 72H300 (904)829< be held at 2 p.m. in DeWitt C.
Jones Funeral Home in Starke,
Thursday, Jan. 4, with Rev. .
DeWight McQueen officiating. '' ''' .
Cemetery under the direction of !TiJ r II mo LI."ITi' r .I INC.. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH.INC.
Jones Funeral Home of j US. Highway 90\\bit
Starke. :1 I 3823 Reid Street.Fblatka.FL .1736 Casaat AvenueJacksonville.
.", ..r.... Live Oak PL
Mrs. Ruby Mae Prevatt ((90413209863Onntwl990 (904)388.7792 ((904 362-1041

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page JB able to compete there due to i
off note In 11th place but stagedan snow and Ice. l cel!
Hinson Is off to a good start In
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a Impressive comeback $ :(+3ff;
the series sweeping his class in
halfway through the competition -
the first He
race. now moves on
and finished with an Im-
lead to the next race In the series to
pressive nine-point over
the second place competitor.At be held In Tallahassee.Josh .
the conclusion of the state Is the son of Audy and Kay .I Io
-- Hinson of Keystone Heights and
championship series. Hinson
competed In the 18th Annual the grandson of Myrtice Dennisof
Winter National Olympics In Starke. He Is sponsored by ,, a o f n a
.' Gainesville where he trophled Paltec of Palatka and B.S. Rac-
In three of the four events and Ing of Gainesville.
finished In the top 10% of the r= I
riders In the 125cc class. This I,
event was held over Thanksgiving the of I
Announcing Opening
and attracted over 3.000 rid- !
ers from every state In the unionas
well as Canada.
Rounding out a super 1989 Bradford Family
season Hinson then won the t I
Regional Championship held in I
Ocala. Practice 1
Hinson Is now competing In :
.)ne of the most prestigious I I
:ompetltlons In the nations :
'he 1990 20th Annual Florida. I
Winter AMA Motocross Series. Bruce Pollock, M.D. f
+ 'hIs series features races for I
-- mateurs and professionals on Board Certified Family Physician i
veekends over the course of five +
General. Pediatric and
lF1. veeks. Hinson will be competing -
against the top racers In his Adult Medicine
11- class and riders from all over
the country. This series also
AV-MED Medicare. PPC.
draws thousands of riders from I
the northern states who are unCheck Blue Cross/Blue Shield aA i,

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