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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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SurpriMl It's going to turn colder. .' Thr_Section
Extended forecast to for cooler temperatures to move slowly SICTION/ Al ,12 f9n.. :.' Q1 'ja 7f15 5 li 1 E 13 cr
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There i 1 to a 30 percent chance of rain today (Thursday, Feb. 7) Sport... ....,.,. ,Yt-PoB. .10,11 .?.;"
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with a high near 60 and a low tonight in the upper 30s or lower 40s. \ .. -
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about 10 degrees each day to near freezing in the Starke- N.w.Brlcii... ... .... .Pag.* 11.12. XT

Gainesville area. SECTION Ci 4 P.g....,_ *' The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of
The light but steady rainfall Wednesday amounted to less than an Dvolh. .. . ... .. ., ..,... _. Heaven -
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Th4 Bradford County legislative + i development Plans
delegation invites all citizens and r'$ M1Y
elected officials of the county to a
public hearing Feb. 19 at 10 in
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county in the courthouse. Citing population density and traffic apartment complex exit was shown whether the PUD would be compati

Legislators will be on hand to f 4 ... problems as its major worries, on CR-16. ble with the surrounding area.
hear the city Zoning Board turned down a The mobile home park would have
', relating any to questions the upcoming or comments 1985 51.78 acre Planned Unit Develop paved streets and city utilities. City Must Grow...
'. LeitislativeSession. ment(PUD) proposed for NE Starke ...despite what some people think, Starke must grow, it has to annex
The delegation consists of Sen. by Ronnie Newman and John Odom they can be nice," Newman said, areas, said zoning. board member
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Bill Grant
!n{ D-Madison; Rep. I Some 25 residents of the area, between Johnny Hobbs' question about (See EleCtriC..P.2A I )
{ George Crady, D-Yulee, and Rep.
CR-229 Brownlee Road) and ,
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'' Elementary School, protested the ,f.'oN. ".'
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;'4, .. development. They mainly objectedto \1' ,,,;;1\,' 'F.--/ j
The Board of Governors of the a proposed 93-space mobile home '. .
t:: Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce J .rental park., -<: .
,,. will meet Thursday, Feb. 7, Estimates are the plan, if carriedout
,,..' at 12:30 p.m. in the Chamber office would add 1,200 to 1,500 to the l
,;c < at Walnut and Jefferson Streets in wM area over the next 10 years. .{:it .;;
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fa i Starke. 4 ar Developers Ronnie Newman and ,\' \r, .
John Odom propose three kinds of ) p. 0, '

!.V;"{, of the Heart. ,. developments over a 10 year period: ; ; ,
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. Songs .. 60 lots for single family dwellings, '
v. The Starke Repertory Chorale, 202 units of apartments, plus 50 plan' '.' ,
*?,//i: under the direction of Don Hardy, ned first outside the PUD, and the
.':'' will present a Valentine's Day Concert QQ _. -93-unit mobile home rental park.
;.'. of love songs this Thursday, The proposed development to near
_'' Feb. 14, at 8 p.m. at the Starke where the 36-unit Southern Villa re .
.:. Woman's Club.t apartments are located. w
; The program will feature love The mobile home rental park is
sf songs of a popular nature. All persons some 3/4-of-a-mile down CR-229
1 ? attending the concert will from its interaction with CR-16. The50unit .
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V;, receive a Valentine when entering SHINE Mister??? apartment complex is proposed A Painful Process...
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afc. the concert hall. A door prize will for 7.5 acres adjacent to and Developers John Odom III left and Ronnie Newman and the plan for
jjj, be given. Although the concert !toW Heather O'Steen (doing the honors) and on the SR-229 side of Southern Villas. the 51.28-acre development planned between CR-229 and SR-Ifi in 1SW
; free, donations will be requested. victim) demonstrate Stephanie Thornton the Area proposed for the single-family Starke.
.c t,,t; This evening is sponsored by the Starke Junlorettes take techniques over at the to Big be used this weekend when residences is backed up to the back The developers are finding It no easy task to get get approval from
Garage Sale to
yW Starke Woman's shining Isn't an exclusively male Green Acres residents who oppose a trailer park. Newman says he'll be
'r:? followed a rece tion occupation. For one buck Newman and Odom
by customers enjoy in own 85 acres back with a different plan.Commission.
sitting this
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antique shoe shine chair and
The public is invited. have a pretty girl kneeling at their feet. in the area.Opponents.
5.-;:, The chorale has been together say the area is already
A .;; two years in February. Members congested, both in terms of population
,* ; are Pat Crawford, Marian Douglas, How long has it been since you sat in a and traffic. In addition, zoning Backs
k'!.'' Charle'ne Francis, Bill George, Barber Shop or "Shaving Parlor" getting a ten- has already been approved for 50
'', Denny George, Esther Hardy, Bill cent shine from a freckled-face kid playing a apartment units adjacent to
.,j. McRae Bob Milner, Carol Milner, Southern Villas. 1
", Annette Pusateri Cana Schmidt, tune with his polishing' rag! against the smooth, r,, .
A'peUMon Withr-78 signatures
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;:5V Dirk Schmidt, and Debbie Wood ln. leather of your shoes? < _? W ,:&d Q'"thd"development.] Its '' 'B ardCity .<
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';. Pancake thirty- or perhaps you never had that comfor- Uitf vote,Newman,saying there may
:\< Supper... table, soul-satisfying experience, with the be a conflict of interest, asked who commissioners refused 4-1 to overturn the decision of its zoning

*, The Junior aQd Senior groups of pungent odor from a mixture of polish and prepared the petition, but was board to reject an application for a Planned Unit Development.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church will unable to find out. Attorney Reggie Mayor Bobby Biggs voted to overturn, saying he favored the project
.' sponsor their annual pancake sup leather (and a sweaty shoe shine boy) lingering Flynn said he didn't know who because Starke is going to grow. "Where are these people going?"he ask
'. per Tuesday Feb. 19, from 6-7 p.m. In your nostrils. it, Mrs. Irene FaulknersaiSshe
Cost to $2 for} adults, $1.50 for You see, shoe shine boys have gone the way knew but wouldn't say, and ed."Nobody objects to the apartments. We object to the mobile home
children. of the Do-Do bird..the 25-cent combination zoning board member Claire Capps park," Green Acres resident Ed Kimutis told Mayor Bobby Biggs.

v Every is welcome! shave and hair singe..and copies of the "PoliceGazette" pointed out the decision was basedon "Oh, you're not opposed to the apartments;Mayor Biggs asked. No,
density, not the petition. chorused the some 20 Green Acres residents present Tuesday night
i Dyal Cemetery... with which customers whiled away "That's what we've been trying to tell you,' said Judge George Pierce,
their time until the barber shook out the cloth Units Needed... also a resident of Green Acres in west Starke between CR-229 and CR-16.

,f will The meet Dyal Cemetery Feb.Association 11 at around a finished customer's neck and called A market analysis of Bradford Mayor Biggs allowed discussion of the development proposed by Ron
In the Monday commission, noon out "NextI"/ County and Starke shows an Im- nie Newman and John Odom III to go on for almost two hours Tuesday
county meeting mediate for 105 Feb. all the issues the board labored in
Ii need apartment night, 5, rehashing zoning over a
room in the courthouse. you've never had a "store bought" shoe
units, Newman said. long meeting last Thursday night.
Free Fire Wood... shine, or would like to live this experience over The mobile home park is included Newman was allowed to state his case and answer every time an objec
", again..now's your chance..this weekend..at because not everyone can afford to tion was raised.
:,: Free fire wood cut into six-foot ors the Santa Fe Starke Center Garage Sale..It buy a home. Finally, Commissioner Charles Schaefer called for a vote. At Mayor
< .; shorter lengths for easier handling won't be boys weilding the shine this The study shows that 23 percent of Biggs repeated invitation, each councilman stated his reasons for oppos
*.; is available on a US-301 south land rag the people living in Bradford County ing the plans for the proposed project
i clearing site. time..Pert and pretty girls from the Starke earn less than $7,000 per year, 12.5 Biggs could see the vote, to uphold the zoning board,was going against
.' Both hardwood and pine are Juniorettes will! do the honors, after a crash percent between $10,000 and $15,000. him but the mayor still made his stand for the development.The .
..: available. training course conducted by Jim Dilts of 8.2 percent between $17,000 and City of Starke is 125 years old and has grown to only 6,00 residents,
For more Information, phone Starke Shoe Repair: $20,000, and 10.3 percent over Biggs pointed out, saying he doesn't expect any spectacular growth.
'., 964-8331 for Kirby Crosley or $35,000, Newman said. Biggs pointed out the Chamber of Commerce is for growth, that a
in the
468-1551 for Gilbert Crosley. Sitting antique shoe shine stand, pro- The proposed development con Starke Center of Santa Fe Community College is coming, that a highwayis
J. vided for the occasion by Carlos Johnson of the tains buffer zones of natural vegetation 4-laned into Middleburg. Starke is going to grow, he said.

City Barber Shop, may be the closest you ever and trees separate each area, it The city commission is, or should be, dedicated to growth, Mayor Biggs
V. Upcoming Meetings... come to sitting on a throne..at a buck for shoes was pointed out by both Newman said. Everybody wants growth, Biggs said, but nobody wants it close tohim.
,' Brooker City Council will meet and bucks and surveyor Pat Welch who first .
two for boots with sitting
Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. in the a pretty girl explained the plan to the zoning "I support this,"Biggs said of the Newman-Odom plan. It appears they
hall. at your feet, and the aromatic smell of board. have tried to come up with a good plan. Biggs elicited a comment from
city
polish In the air..where else can you buy a A property the size of the)20-acre Zoning Director L.M. Gaines that a PUD is a good way to plan zoning.
;r Hampton City Council will meet more soul-satisfying trip to Nostalgia? tract cannot all be one kind of With a PUD the city can be more certaid a developer will do what he says

Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. Hamp development, but must be planned he will, Gaines said, than with regular zoning.
ton to expected to get its audit with everybody in mind, said Under a PUD, plans, such as Newman's must be approved. Within a
report from Davis, Monk, and (For more information on Garage Sale, tee page four.) Newman. year, detailed construction plans must be presented and approved.
Farnsworth, CPA. The mobile home park entrance Within two years construction must have started or the PUD develop
r would be off Brownlee Road. The ment is abolished.
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?; A$200,000 project to upgrade Money for the project.... substation and feed three main circuits Told attorney Reggie Flynn, Set in motion action to include the )ings. The school board agreed in a '
w Starke electric power distribution The problem really came to surface ; Church Street, Jefferson chairman of the 301 beautification city commissioners in the city's pen work session Monday night Feb. 4,
lines has been let to J.L. Malone during the recent 42-hour freeze Street and Madison Street feeders, project, the city will go ahead and sion fund. Decision was not to include there is a need for crossing guards at
l Construction Co. out of Georgia, the in which temperatures plummetedto he said. Church and Jefferson will move on redecorating one median!in prior service so long-time each school. Attorney Terry Brown,
( same firm that did the work on the seven degrees. Overloaded power take care of the north end of the city. US-301. commissioner Vernon Silcox and counsel for both boards deliveredthe
city's substation connecting with lines could not carry enough electricity Another main feeder will be split at Charles Schaefer won't be able to message from the school boardto
Florida Power &: Light. to demanded over the cold Thompson, and go west on Madison take advantage of their prior ex the city.
1 Classify the project as an period. Had schools not closed, the and south on Thompson Streets to Approved on second reading a perience.
emergency, and begin work immediately city would have had brown out as take care of the south end of town. change in the. pension ordinance to Was told stockroom clerk Calvin
said Commissioner Jim areas took turns without electricity. Dees said the additional heavier require firemen and policemen to Heard Police Chief Bowen reporthis Parham will be 65 years of age April
my Crosby Jr. in relating the city Current was available, but could distribution lines should take care of 'i retire at 55 years of age. All officers officers have been busy going to 3 and will retire then with 32 years of
Bond Trustees recommendation toI not be distributed. The city set a the city's load problems for quite .are included, but those over 40 years school. One officer is now attending service. Commissioner Charles
the city commission Tuesday night, record winter demand of 9,300 KW. awhile, unless some kind of heavy of age now will be allowed to work homicide school to learn how to conduct Scheafer suggested a new employeebe '
I Feb. 4.The The contract includes 1.5 miles of industry comes to town. untU 80 years of age, if their health accident and murder investiga- trained while Parham is still on
city's distribution has needed heavy feeder lines, according to He also said one of the feeder 'holds up. Also Included in the action tions, Bowen said. the job. A committee of Mayor Bob ..: .
,1:J work for years.,The city council has Utilities Director Merrill Dees. The trunk lines will go out toward the vo- was paying firemen and policemen( by Biggs, Councilman Travis .('r
talked for years of the necessity to city has the money set aside in the tech center Southern Villas, and three percent per year for retirement Agreed to talk with the school Woods, and Utility Director MerrillRejected..pg.2A
; upgrade the distribution system,but renewal and replacement fund. Green Acres. .* compared to 2.5 percent for board about using retired or off-duty (See )
has never had funds. The lines will lead from the In other Feb.S action,the council: regular employees. policemen to patrol school cross

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A Tuesday, Feb. 12:9: n7 session Road Incr west to-Flume RoaU'lo' Forysthe Road (SB llth :Street) Commissioners will discuss its 'the county w h. 1M........ oM yavuy last load paving project completed
Is scheduled for the county commix third place. Road Dept. Commis southeast of Starke.In paving plans with DOT officials. Laura Church Road and Is in processof by the county was Speedville
sion's annual meeting with district sioner Lawrence Mosley said Eunice fifth and last place to the mile- : They wW probably also inquire if acquiring right-of-way for Ell Road a connecting link between
Department of Transportation officials Loop Road causes the county more long Lakeview Drive In Seminole DOT to going to take back CR-16 between ington Road (NE 10 Street), both NEo SR-100 and CR-21 south in the
in Lake City. problema than anywhere else, and Ridge on the eastern side of Santa Starke and the prison.'Commissioners Starke. Keystone area.
becomes impassable with nearly Fe Lake near Melrose (SE 82nd Ave. said Monday, Feb. 4 Paving of 1.25 miles of Laura
In"i pr.ratloncommlaslone every rain. to SE 77th Street). they, are hearing ",ome good;! ,Church Road has been delayed Money to pave roads is being
dusted off their long-standing paving Laura Church Road (NE 11th rumors" that DOT Is favorably considering because of cold weather and rain, received from the county's 4-cents
priority list and made Just one Street) NE of Starke, still in- 'Lakeview Drive to file only new taking back the road. but work crews should begin putting per gallon gas tax which raises some
change, moving the 2.7 rails Eunice complete but under construction remains road placed on the paving priority Commissioners also wonder when down asphalt soon, according to $20,000 per month. Clerk Gib Brown
Loop Road (105th Avenue) north of the top priority and in dint list in the last few years. Residents, the DOT wW restripe US-301 in frontof Commissioner Lawrence Mosley, in reported Monday that gas tax collec
Lawtey to second place and shifting place.In there have been told it will be sometime the courthouse: to eliminate parking charge of the Road Department this tions are above that estimate this
the half-mile extension of Bessent fourth place to the 3.7 miles of before the road to paved. and make,left turn lanes. year. year.






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Sonny's. Fined $500 After, ,Dept.) .. Inspection ':

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Sonny's Barbecue of Starke, owned protection an evidenced by potatoes dishwashing machine. filters. 19) Failure to properly store,
by Johnny Blaine Thompson,has stored on the floor neap a grill, un- 9)) Failure to maintain sewage and toxic cleaning agents away from
paid the $SOO) fine assessed by the covered food items in the storage waste water disposal as evidencedby food items.
State Department of Business room, food stored on flooded floor of waste water spilling onto parking 20) Failure to properly store soiled
Regulation for violations found in walk-in cooler and a dirty cardboard lot. 10) Failure to maintain plumbing aprons. 21) Failure to provide properly
the restaurant during an inspection: cover over cooking chicken. In good repair as evidenced by, serviced, tagged and mounted +
conducted by the Health Department 5) Failure to observe good hygenic drain outside cooking unit left un:#, fire extinguisher. 22) Failure to 1
in.. November.. practices as evidenced by cook wip- covered and no hand-washing sink uui\ display current license.ReInspection .
ing hands on, apron after handling kitchen area. (It was removed from tS
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Thompson has "done good Job" soiled materials instead of washing the wall.) ., ... 'M'r
correcting the 22 violations found in t
hands. 11) Failure to take ,-
November, said Darrell O'Neal of 6) Failure to replace cutting' boardin against siphonage proper as evidenced precautions -. At the re-inspection conducted In

the Bradford County Health Depart cooking area, adequately clean by outside nose laying on UIQ,, December the following violationswere i

ment, basing}ls comment on the preparation table and knife holders ground. 12) Failure to provide ven-. ,-.,.-found. -. : .h t. / '
January Inspection.There were still and failure to either cover andscreen ulation fans for all restrooms. 1) Sneeze guard should be extended '#
.10 violations found in the December Improper cooking unit out 13) Failure to provide hand towels: food improperly stored nt*ur f
Inspection,but most of the violationswere side of building or bring the unit in and soap In emplo eesrestroom.14)Failure ), floor of walk-in'cooler. L4'January
corrected by the January in side. to properly store swill. 15), board In kitchen should be replace

spection. 7) Failure to maintain non-food Failure to exercise proper insect,rodent cooking unit outside of building must
contact surfaces of equipment in and animal control as evidenced be covered or moved inside.
Violations... Clean and sanitary condition as by abundance of flies in kitchen 3) Improper solution found for use
Violations found in the November evidenced by top of upright area. in cleaning table tops. 4) Drain cap
: refrigerator units and face of 16) Failure to maintain floors as *, on drainage pipe beside outside
failure to have food items properly barbecue pit caked in grease evidenced by improper cardboard j cooking unit should be replaced. 5))
labeled. 2) Failure to provideproper buildup, grease on ice machine and floor mat in meat cutting area,' Hose outside found stored on ground.
food protection as evidencedby mold on gaskets In door of upright wooden floor rack In dishwashing 6) Ventilation fans in all restrooms Business Improvement Award...
cooked chicken, sour cream and units. area and floors greasy in kitchen: must be repaired. 7) No hand towels
butter stored at room temperature. 8) Failure to sanitize equipmentand and meat cutting area. and soap in employees restrooms. 8) The Trail Restaurant of Lawtey received the January Business Im-
I 3) Failure to properly install sneeze dishes properly? as evidenced by 17) Failure to properly maintain Abundance of flies in kitchen. provement Award from the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce.The .
guard. improper solution for cleaning table walls and ceilings in good repair. 18)' 9) Hood fire extinguisher tag miss Restaurant is owned by M.M. and Barbara Jordan and Is locatedon

4) Failure to provide proper; food tops and no chlorine residual found! Failure to clean,. air. conditioner.. ing. 10) No display of license. highway 301 In Lawtey.
'0 (Above,1-r) Darlene Jordan daughter of the owner receives the award

.from Susan Faulkner Reddish, a representative of the Chamber.
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Dees will plan a dinner, probably a disability.
Group 5 Councilman C.J. Stalnaker. He stated that it was his Dutch Treat meal at the steak house,
Stalnaker drew opposition In this, month to check the water system and retirement ceremony for the Gave Schaefer the go-ahead to
: year's Brooker city elections from.. during January. long-time employee.Was see if it is feasible for the city to sell
George Pierce while Carl Edwards. its old Seagraves fire truck and buya

.;My and Sue Davis are unopposed.Also Pierce. told by Schaefer that Fire quick-response! truck. Schaeferwill
returning without opposition Contender George Pierce servedone Chief Bobby Lewis is home after a get prices and bring them backto
were Marshal Tommy Raulersonand term on the council eight years ,stay in the hospital with a leg pro the commission.Congratulations .
Clerk Linda Robinson. ago and has served as Brooker fire
Mayor Blake Hamilton, who, chief. He indicated he has run unsuc-
resigned in 1984 to run unsuccessful, cessfully for the council several
ly for county commissioner retur-i times since that time,
ning to office without challenge. When asked what needed to be ad- !!!!
Ballots will be cast at the city hall dressed in Brooker, Pierce said the
from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday, water system and the fire depart-

Feb. 19.Stalnaker.. ment were the two main areas. ED WALLSThe
There are too many repairs with
... the water system, said Pierce who

A veteran of approximately 18'yean blamed an attitude of not keeping up $100 Winner of Our Mer-
Mystery
on the council, Stalnaker Is on with needed maintenance as the
SFCC Lease Signed... the police and water committees., cause.
"I have tried to work for the "It's costing tax-payers
A moment arrived Jan. 22 when l lease money chant Contest.
long-awaited a 99-year agree
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benefit of the people, said every time it happens, said Pierce.
ment between the Bradford County Board of Historical Trustees and the
Stalnaker. "...tried to keep taxes "Just negli,enceno maintenanceman
Santa Fe Endowment consumated
Corporation was
Community College
I| at a meeting In Gainesville.Pat down due to so many (people)"beingon per se, assigned to the water Participating merchants were:
fixed
a income in Brooker. system.
Farnsworth,left,chairman of the Endowment Corporation,accom-
panied by Dr. Alan Robertson,president of Santa Fe Community College Stalnaker stated the council is Citing damage done to the system .
received the lease which was delivered by E.L. Matthews chairman of working on a very important program during the January 85 and Skyline Home Center The Office Shop
the Bradford Historical Trustees, and Guy Andrews chairman of the of improving the roads in the Christmas 83 freezes, Pierce said
Starke Center Steering Committee.The Shady Oaks Subdivision. Also In the precautions should have been taken.
document provides that the historic 1902 Bradford County Cour- works were street repairs and im-. ," He stated that during '83 a booster Teal Tile Carpet Terwillegar Motors

thouse be leased to the SFCC Endowment Board rent free with the only provements in drainage. % 1 pump was damaged and that in'85,a
consi :of exlendhd p' bllc'IUI'yo "The department and the road% booster and chlorinator
er'gtioQ'r itefng 4'the valid purpOse proViding pump were Food'Mart' Purple Gator
educate( .JA 'q"tpl1lfQellt. of he ilt.' filtadfor l G6htit :.R I/tldrJ4'/ 'businesa"a ,,the..' biage&t.ithingsl,charmed by the cold. Citgo
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been generatTnaini nance. "Need to make j improvements in
Work ad adapting the Old oortho'; for college l center use Is scheduled ; ; the Are Norman's Market Tina's Turntable
The biggest maintenance problem l department.just not done in
to begin Feb. 15. Truest Construction Co. Is the general contractor.
lately has been the water system ,.a professional manner," said

and damage from the freezes, said ,Pierce. Home Town TV Rentals



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der on county insurance, Bradford lI r.
commissioners agreed Monday, Denmark: City Should Rebid

Feb. 4, to rebid the five-policy fire .... L

and casualty insurance packagenext Insurance agent Ron Denmark ran into a three-year bidding procedure .HERESmoked
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January, and allow 90 days for
again when he approached the City of Starke about annual bids on insurance

bids.Agent coverage.In .
Ron Denmark appeared March 1983 the city council agreed to let its insurance package out "-, Center Cut
before the county commission Monday for a three-year period, Clerk Neil Tucker told Denmark Tuesday night, Bacon $1 09 -!'
Feb.4,asking for the insurance Feb. 5. Next bidding will be in 1986 Tucker said. . .lb. HamSlices
policies to be rebid at the end of this ,
Denmark the rebid out Bradford -
suggested city pointing
every year
Whole or Half Side. Not Sliced ;.,
year, for more time to bid, for the .
County has agreed to do so,and saying he would like to see the city do the $149
five policy fire and casualty policiesto same thing. . .
be split and for the commission to' That information will be taken under advisement, said Mayor Bobby __- ","" ... u, "
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not wait years to rebid. Biggs. &ii' u
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one year years, suggested + \ '2(
George Roberts Insurance Agencyat sioner Jimmy Crosby,asking what is the norm in the insurance business. .. '
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submitted the only bid on the entire consultant George Roberts would find out. "' >f';;>( ...,' ,
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package which clerk Gib Brown \, S
Roberts then pointed out to the council that workman's compensation :1
said was meant to be bid as a insurance ".. has been kid of hard to write" for the city. The company # f:"

package. wanted to cancel, Roberts said, but he prevailed on the company to(keep Link 2 Ib. Box "
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Agent Denmark, 'low on two
the ElldCut '
policies he bid threatened earlier to "Now coverage.is not a good time to disturb" the workman's compensation /$ SmDk ..

sue the board over its insurance policy, Roberts said pointing to a bad loss ratio the city has incurred. Pork Sausage
award charging favoritism toward Roberts was apparently referring to the death of city employee Robert
Roberts, a former county commis- Cooper who died in 1983 after being run over by a city garbage truck., !f/41 __
$3.99
sioner, and lack of time to prepare The city has got a certain rate now,and is getting a dividend.Rebidding Chops 1b. ,
bids. now would give the company a chance to get out of the current contract

A The Rushed commission Deal...was told the and another to charge year until current the loss rates.ratio Roberts improves.suggesting keeping the._. policy. I $119Ib.| :: BUY ONE GET ONE FREE =


policies expired at midnight Jan. 7, Brown said the board could do An Understanding... Chuck Roast
and said the Roberts Agency the only whatever it wanted to do. ..
"Well well understand _
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bidder on the entire package, saidit pretty Beef $139
Bids Last 90 ?... what you want; said Chairman
could not split the coverage, said Days or *
Carter the there be
suggesting a9Ckay
Commissioner Wilbur Waters. "You think insurance companies bid period, 60 days to,get the Liver SteaJamb :
Denmark bid two of the five :
policies. He was on $3,300 under ,would Chairman hold Carter a bid good asked for Denmark.Yes 90 days., staff bids back to evaluate and 30 days and award.for the'county f& rg ; .

Roberts' $22,420 on auto insurance' Denmark said. He pointedout Waters moved to rebid In January, 79
and almost $8,000 under Roberts bids *
the
letter
requesting was
grouping all the policies together. ,.. 1.09
$31.513 on general liability coverage. dated Nov. 30, but didn't reach his Commissioner Mosley questioned if ,,
Commissioners awarded the en- .office until Dec.23. Then It was difficult
the should be
policies
tire $86.000 package to Roberts, the __ split. Agent
to 'IIO '
get companies to give priceS saidthe
Denmark
county can certainly -
bidder ofworkman's
for the entire
only package over the Christmas holidays, Den- save more money if the N',
compensation, general mark said.Chairman.
and auto and in policies are split. .
liability equipment Carter asked "You # ,

surance. Denmark sure you can bid on it a11i"! Yes, '-The-fuVinsurance'policy expires Turkey Necks 'D'

Carter Questions... said repeating there n ,In June and is the most profitable '
Questioning if the board had simply December.wasn't enough time this past said Denmark., Commissioners ;;;:' Turkey Wings ..,.
assured Denmark he would be invited
agreed to wait three years to rebid. Commissioner Waters said if the to bid on the fire insurance. Hecttbones.1\ Boiled '
Maxie
Commission Chairman bids went out the first of December
Carter Jr.said"I don't think....la it, there was plenty of time to bid. Chairman--' 'Cartel-said""'" fie request' Pig Feet $

Mr. Brown?" ', Waters asked if Denmark bid only for bids on the insurance would be' ,tr'1 Maws Ham .. .:. .,. lb. 198Bologna$169
Yes the board said it would be a the Hog
on equipment and general liability advertised for either a group bid or
three-year contract, Clerk Brown because those policies were most Individual bids. It may be both, !IIr! J
said. Commissioner Lawrence profitable. whichever Is the best deal for the
Mosley questioned if the board had Denmark laid no, he just didn't county,,:added Commissioner E.W. .39C ,
to stick to that committement. have enough time. Hodges.
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ting Mrs. Henry FreemaVwho i owns ;Teduce property'.values FyI nnsaid._ :-": .
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Spiroa' Drlvas an architect who expressed over 20 acres in the area and 76' turned over to the county, CR-229 is

satifaction with the overallplan. said homeowners the proposed who PUD signed does a petition not fit in, narrow. Traffic around the Vo-Tech CITY FISH & MEAT MARKETHIGHWAY

Center and Starke Elementary is
with the of '
development
pattern cur
But Drlvaa questioned the density
rently in the area. already heavy, Flynn said. 16 .- STARXE
and traffic -
patterns. "TreSize has to'rrow"F
It would create an isolated Starke
the solution Is not black
and"Maybe white/. Drlvu said.We've district, adversely affect living conditions Flynn said,then added."We've done J :HAS YOUR MEAT SPECIALS
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Done Ocr Share.: .. overload public facilities hi the area some apartments and Is zoned for SO
I Attorney Real Flynn represen- and mobile homes would further more units.


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e Four Bradford Middle School top officers. She Is the daughter of McKinney, Donna MdVeal Shane
students have gotten into the Mr and Mrs Eddie Douglas of Napier Amy ,Danlka
political swing by winning the top of- Starke. Richardson, Donnie Noegel.Bobbins, Can- ,4-
1 ices In the newly organized student Secretary Susan Crawford is the dice Roberts, Patricia Rosier,
i ,council... this. .week.i -- m eighth grade daughter of Sandra Srivibul, Peggy Swafford, Sheila Noy
Crawford and Skippy Crawford, Tew, TawaneJa Cam
Tyson Ward.
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The students, along with 62 both of Starke..
homeroom representatives and Treasurer Jill Strickland is also an i Alternate Reps...
,_,,alternate representatives, began eighth grader. She is the daughter, of
... ;s campaigning! two weeks ago. The Mr and Mrs. Sonny Strickland of These students were elected as
l' rk 7" students used a number of campaign Lawtey. alternate homeroom represen
([ paraphernalia, like posters and.out- tatives:
tons to get their names recognized Jeff Adams, Sharie Bass, Tammy
by the student body Homeroom Reps... Bell, Shae Blom, Jeff Foster Kirby
\ Joe Hildebran, Keith Holloway,
'\': The campaign culminated Mon- The homeroom representativeselected Patrick Hurst, LaToya Ivey, Kelly ,
,day with all candidates giving by BMS were: Kitchens, Karen Larsen; Michelle >:
speeches before the student body in Ashley Alday, Sheila Beckham, Lindsey, Amy Lewis, Patrick "$. ;:
a special assembly The students Dana Bowen Cindy Chapple Marks, Renee McCarthy, Katrina '
,, cast their votes at lunchtime Tues Reginald Crum. Coretha Daniels, McSpadden,, Billy! MurwIn, Lesley
day. Tara Desue, Kim Dukes, Chris Dur Padgett, Patricia Parado, Pete
t+K o i President' Wendy Young is an ban, Aimee Ferguson, Mindy Parham, Angela Parrish, Susan
eighth-grader and the daughter of Gnann, Larry Griffin Brad Peugh Kelly Rhoden, Elizabeth
Frank Young of Starke.YlcrPresldent Hamilton, Krlaty Harrison Tavla Rower Lori Starling, Chad Ten-
; ? Gayle Douglas is Hedding, Joel Jacobean, Brian Ken- nant, Charlotte Terry, Matt Wilkinson
,, t a i t .the only seventh grader,among the .drlck, John King, Chet..Little, Roy Kevin Wimpy.





( ..,, Hardy Relieved as County Attorney, I

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.. Dudley Hardy was relieved of his The county attorney earns a $500 -ClIff Chapman reported being offered
r? I +4'4'l' 4'i i duties as county attorney effective monthly retainer for 10 hours work, the gift of two used
,! "., immediately Monday, Feb. 4, in a plus an hourly fee for work beyond 15-passenger by the Department of
1 ti, unanimous vote by Bradford com the 10 hours.In Corrections. Commissioners were
missioners. other Feb.action,the commission immediately interested because of
There was no discussion of the : the need to haul inmates working in
move in the meeting. Hardy, who the county Road Deparment. 'The
4'i was not present Monday due to il Agreed, at the request of commissioner asked Chapman to
1 mesa, had been county attorney for Librarian Arnold Weeks, to take follow up on the offer.
BMS Council... nine years. legal action against persons who
Commission Chairman Maxie have unreturned and overdue books
(Above) The newly elected .. ,, ii Carter Jr. announced "Mr. Clerk, from the county library. Agreed with Commissioner
Bradford Middle School Student + The chair would like a motion to "Stealing is stealing," said Lawrence Mosley's request for Cliff
Council Officers are seated) + II,1 relieve the county attorney of his. Librarian weeks, pointing out five Chapman to meet with the Fire
President Wendy Young, ((1-r, ; duties effective immediately." books would cost $100. Council of the volunteer fire depart-
standing Secretary Susan ,,, ;, Carter's announcement was ments. Many decisions, such as
I Crawford Treasurer Jill greeted by ::' .,nce. Was requested to help Bradford whether to buy more quick response
Strickland and Vice-President a The chairman then relinquished Association of Retorted Citizens trucks or invest In something to
Gayle Douglas. { in. the gavel, and made the motion build a parking lot at Sunshine carry more water, should be made
(Right) Lanell Donley casts 3 himself.Commissioner. r Acres, the sheltered workshop on by the Fire Council and a recommendation
her vote In the student council + Lawrence Mosley CR-16 east of Starke. Director Bob made to the commission,
election, held at lunchtime onTuesday. ,, seconded. The vote was unanimous. Larimer, the director, said a newgroup Mosley said. A plan should be worked
4 t When asked if the board had a of clients who can drive cars out to determine which fire trucks
,, replacement In mind, Chairman has forced him to ask a resident will roll and where. The quick
Carter said no, that he wants to give across the road to allow cars be response truck at Lawtey Correc
everybody a fair shake. Carter asked parked in the yard. tlonal Institution should answer fire
Clerk Gib Brown to contact all calls in the Lawtey area, Mosley
I e local attorneys to ask if they want to -After no one appeared hi opposition said and the unit kept in Starke
a serve. voted to close a road at Little should be dispatched to the south
, ') I The commissioners said only that Bedford Lake at the request of a end of the county..
? the county attorney should be local. resident.
And, they said that since attorney
lC t t'I i i i1P i Terry Brown already represents the Was shown a Comprehensive -Approved two zoning changes
v School Board and City of Starke he Emergency Management Plan by recommended by the county zoning
M F will not be invited to be county attorney Cliff Chapman,director of emergency board: 1) A change from OR,
t But, Clerk Brown was Instructed services for the county, agriculture, to RSE-MH to allow '
., ,. ... to invite Brown's associate, delineating the procedures to be Freeman Register to put mobile '
-. 1,4-*.*..*.J- N+ raat followed in case of civil disasters homes on Mi-acre lots on 11.75 acres ,
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nflkRW\.,"iun! r ClUlIim JoMn7rHgbps'to'tn. :. .. ''- uch m.itm hurricane hits Chapman five ratios Boutbot, StarQ"n VS-3O;,:.J.-, ..?.''
f committee off Clerk Brown Com 'said he will get with Sheriff DoJph and 2) a change from OR''to Cf, Industrial -
missioner E.W. Hodges, and Commissioner Reddish and plan procedures to be on 20,000 square feet l.S
Lawrence Mosley to inter- used. Headquarters will be the county miles south of Starke off Forsythe
view applicants and recommend a Jail,since that where all county Road where Douglas Maines wantsto

person for the job. communications-. .. emanates. operate a welding shop.



I. Hardy Says Thompson Is Reason for Firing I


Attorney Dudley Hardy says the are voted on by the commissioners. Maxie Carter Jr. came to his office missioners to keep him in the post
reason he was relieved of his dutiesas "They've got to run for reelectionand the Friday before the Monday, Feb. for one more year.
legal counsel Bradford County they fear my relationship with 4, commission meeting at which But the second arrest of Thompson Sweetheart
is his relationship with convicted Blaine Thompson will cost them Hardy was relieved of his duties, Commoner Hardy's office gave
drug trafficker Johnnie Blaine some votes," Hardy said. and asked him to resign. Hardy Carter, who Hardy
Thompson. Commission Chairman Maxie refused to resign. says was opposed to him all along,
Carter Jr. relationshipwith Carter said he considered the visita an excuse to demand the resigna- m i ''ua II INI
Hardy says he is a close friend of says Hardy's III I I NI 11 i1 i .. I Ij I
Blaine Thompson might have courtesy to give Hardy a chance to '
Thompson, and will help Thompson tion.Carter IM I I i l
again when he gets out of prison. entered into the reasons for Hardy's resign. according to Hardy, said I i' Ili I
"That's the way I am. We'll still be dismissal, but was not the only Hardy said Commission Chairman there had been a lot of calls from ly % II' I I I4 I4i
friends when he gets out of prison. reason. Carter points out the county Maxie Carter instigated the firing people wanting Hardy relieved his
By rehiring him In January and had to hire attorney Johnny and skid, "Maxie's trying to play duties as county attorney. I ICI
firing him in February the commission Kopelousos to do its zoning work, Boss Hogg and run the Hardy said he wanted to state his i ; I ;,,
was playing politics, Hardy said and that Hardy Just never seemed to commission." side of the firing. "I can't be hurt
Wednesday, Feb. 6. be there when needed. Carter said After Thompson's arrest Nov. 6, any worse than I already am," Har I'
Hardy said he may decide to bill the commissioners had been considering Hardy said he'd offered to resign dy said: admitting his law practice ,II, II'''I r __
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the$6,000 he would have been paid in Hardy's dismissal for some because of the damage his relationship has suffered from the Thompson af- II .
1985 under the contract which was time. with Thompson might cause the fair and also because so many new II D
renewed in January.The The fact that the second arrest of count But after he got Thompsonout lawyers bad moved to town.
contract states that it may be Thompson took place in his office of jail on bond Nov. 29 he had a .Carter made no statement at the /
discontinued by either party providing gave the commission a second ex change of heart, Hardy said. Since commission meeting as to his
30 days notice is given before cuse to act, Hardy says. he'd been county attorney for nine reasons relieving Hardy. coun-
the January meeting when renewals Hardy said Commission Chairman years, Hardy said he asked,the com attorney..

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t Lawtey Gets Clean Bill of Health from Financial Auditors I

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A "clean" bill of health from its'' meats against the city's ha'ndling of access some 14 months ago, and is lieutenant.' :.lLVFD lied i8 calls in .of
annual audit by Davis, Monk and its affairs. wanted to have the county open this January. anInvestment
Farnsworth was received Monday road, thus giving three railroad .
night, Feb. 4, by the City of Lawtey. In other Feb. 4 business, the council crossing alternatives, should one or Approved purchase of a new>$300 I .
CPA Eddie Douglas reviewed the : two crossings be blocked. CB radio for the Police Department. r
report, stating the city is very "li- This would be a stronger radio, the !
quid" in its holdings and commended -Learned from CouncilmanBuster -Gave permission to Kathy and same type used by the Flora /
the city commission and Clerk, Bennett the city received access Tracy Griff to place a mobile homeon Highway Patrol, and would be an
Lucille Shuford on "wise manage to Seaboard Railway's eastern the back of the lot facing CR-225 asset In cases of emergency and for
ment" and "careful planning" .rI&ht<<-way to the road running and CR-200A. This had been adver monitoring. '
Overall, the city collected more beside the railroad from CR-125 to tised as required, and no oppositionwas I Cut CostsIf
revenues than planned, hoping to CR-225. While the road from Carter voiced. "'-Set'a Monday, Feb. 11, at 7:30 Energy
collect $170,877 and actually.coI1ec Road to CR-225 has been in heavyuse p.m. workshop on objectives of the
ting $183.270. And Lawtey held the in the past, the city has not had -Heard from Fire Chief Bill water Department, as suggested by you're thinking of solar
line on spending, budgeting expenditures access to it in the past. The remaining Crouse that election of officers bad Water Chairman Robert Scott. installation for home, or
of $129,553 and spending part of the road, from Carter been held at the Lawtey Volunteer Plans are to discuss at length future your
I 124204. These two factors give the Road to CR-125,has grown over and elected rtment. Crouse wea'ro-' expansion and aU options available other fuel-saving home improvement
town additional assests off 19942. not been maintained for quite some chief Barry Watts Jr.is regarding enlarging the present plans, let us help \
There were no unfavorable com- time.Bennett said he applied for this assistant chief, and Eddie Williams system, installing a new well> etc. ;
1,--- .. -. you with the financial; requirements '
you'll need to begin. -

I Sunshine.Acres:Hosts Tommy's Old Time l Medicine Show I Call or come in and talk with

loan
our home improvement
Starke's Sunshine Acres is sponsoring my S ott'.'Old Time Medicine Show There will also be a special Talent live medicine-show.:-This 'is great' officers who can best assist you ,
another night of rousing good has performed for the Bradford ARC. ''Search before the show. If you sing or family entertainment. kids will love.
Tommy's Old Time Medicine Tommy Scott's "Last Real Medicine play, register one hour before the 'tt! ]in starting an energy-saving
Show comes to town for a show to Show"as seen on Johnny Carson show and your talent will be judgedby dvanced tickets for both children for your dwelling.
benefit the Bradford Association for Charles Kuralt's "On the Road", andWalter audience applause. The winner and adults are$3 each and can be pur program
Retarded Citizens (Sunshine Industries Cronkite's CBS Evening News will be submitted to the Nashville chased at the Starke Chamber of Wasting energy we hate to
), brings recording and TV stars. 10 Management and Record Company, Commerce, Sunshine Acres or see it happen. Why let it
carloads of fun and music, clowns "." through any Bradford ARC business
The how is set for Wednesday, Blue Grass music and novelty acts. As always apron lseS'-to be"night a mo 6am happen to you?
\ February 20th at the Bradford High Your only chance to see a real of fun-filled entertainment, one Proceeds will be used for the expansion .
School Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. medicine show featuring "Gong the which you can only see once per year of the Sunshine Industries
This will be the htird year that Tom Gorilla", so don t miss this chance to see a real Workshop located on St. Rd. West.
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I Wildlife Alert Reports 130 Arrests for 1984 Jan. Artist 7: Steven of t91e,McDanlela Week and '' / '., V

Eldric Sconlcrs did sketches of ancient
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Wildlife Alert, a citizen funded old and has been tremendously Im HiM should call theT WHeuTfe Alert Chinese
reward program, resulted in 130 arrests portant in enforcing wildlife and hotline at 18003428105.All ..... 29 pottery, Lesley FloxidCE NcitiODnl Bank
in Northeast Florida during Fishery laws In Florida" said Lt. contributions to Wildlife Alert Trowell and Rena Akers did nature
1984, according to the Game and Dewey Weaver, public information can be sent to Wildlife Alert,c/o Sun .sketches in pendL 105 W..Jefferson St.Starke 3209t(tWfl)964-7050
.!'ryh Water Fish Commission. _' ficertorthe_ corql11l 19n._ First National Bank of Lake County, ,. t, I
.. "Wildlife: Alert is now five years Persons wishing to report viola- Drawer 8, Leesburg, FL 32748. f

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I The Telegraph breaks precedent and tradition this week by
I 'devoting its entire editorial page to a unique event of great
txd b r'' 1t significance a Communitywide "Garage Sale" for the
benefit of Santa Fe Community College Starke Center.
I This goal is one that will serve an important double pur-
r r pose. It will help bring the advantages of higher education to
many residents of Bradford County who would not otherwise
have this opportunity for self-improvement. It will also
become an anchor project for the downtown redevelopmentthat
is essential if Starke is to remain a planned city rather
than a commercial strip development along north and south -
U.S. 301.
Cooperative efforts of this kind are invaluable in bringing a
community together in order to reach a mutual goal. New
friends have been made, and new talents have been
discovered among those devoting weeks of volunteer time e414.r
and effort to gathering arranging and now (this weekend)
merchandizing the fruits of their Tabors.
Those who have contributed articles for sale, as well as .
Fairgrounds... those who have given their time and energy to stage this
Just plug H In and you have a complete fairgrounds that lights up event,can take great satisfaction in having played a part in
with rides and other attractions that really run. Fabricated by inmates bringing an institution of this calibre to Starke. Without the Waltz Me Around Again...
at Lawtey Correctional Institution It will be on display (and expense and inconvenience of commuting, the citizens of Miss Garage Sale to be
seems a popular attraction on the groundsof
for sale) at the Great Garage Sale. Bradford County will now have the opportunity to obtain an the Old Courthouse. She'd make nice
a ornament for
anyone'sswimming
Associate of Arts Degree. Other professional training, in-
pool cluding computer courses, will be available and many
young,fCiNl as older persons,have already indicated plansto
0' take>, Vntage of these opportunities when the center
: SAVE opens thisTall.
The Center will also provide a centrally located Conference SAVE !
Room that will be available for use by civic clubs church
groups, and other service organizations. Kitchen facilitieswill
also be available, if desired.In .
addition to enhanced educational opportunities for all "-
citizens of the county, the Starke Center will become an In- '
BRAND tegral part of Call Street redevelopment,stimulating activity Beautiful GulbransenELECTRIC
in the downtown district and lending prestige to an area that
L,1iiANEVI has been the"heart of the city"since its founding 125 years
ago.Don't.

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; Business Machines Appliances

Office EquipmentAdding
Court Room Full of Clothes


All Colors, Sizes and Fabrics Machines


Blouses . 25 Men's Slacks 50' Miss the Station Wagon Auction at 3 P.M.Sunday o Typewriters

Skirts . 50 AND UP Filing Cabinets

Dresses . $1" Men's Suits . $2 BRAND NEW PLASTIC SANDALSFOR Desks

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MEN, WOMEN & CHILDRENALL
Air Conditioners
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Collectibles100th ONE PRICE Heaters
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\ Editions Anniversary $ 5.par Household '


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Telegraph .... '100 ,

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Special Centennial Plates $2 H Televisions

Depression Glass, Costume Jewelry Radios
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Projectors ,

STATION 'WAGON Record Players


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Burroughs 5000
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Cost 40,000 When New Eat Lunch -'

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For Billing &<< Bookkeeping All other items HOT DOGS

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I _Newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. David Hurse Honored at Reception Sunday at Methodist Church I II



Hosts and hostesses for the Hume Sr mother of the groom Mr. Bobby Ferguson.Two ment of white Uk roses. A wide
delightful afternoon event were Mr. and es.'i'homas H. Ratal parentsof Identical round tables, variety of delicious party foods were
and Mrs. David Canova, Mr. and the bride, and Mr.and Mrs.John covered with white organdy underskirts placed silver .trays and compotes
Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. Joan T. Chit- H.Mott,aunt and uncle of the bride. overlaid with white lace surrounding the centerpiece.
ty, Mr. and Mrs.James Crosby,Sr., The bride was lovely In an elegant cloths held the two silver punch Assisting the guests at appointed
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Douglas, Mr., formal designer' gown of vibrant bowls, and were placed at opposite times were: Mrs.Lennard Register,
and Mrs. Jim Duncan Mr. and Mrs. pale coral.The silk taffeta slim tulip ends of the room. Serving punch at Mrs. David Canova Mrs. Jack
Bobby Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Joe skirt was attached to a bodice of silk appointed times were Mrs. C.H.DriUerB Hazen, Mrs. Henry Harrell. Mrs.
Glssy, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy illusion,with delicate pale pastel. aunt of the groom, Lake Lamar Williams, Mrs J.T. Prevatt,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrell, Mr. quins hand-sewn In random designs Butler; and Mrs. Thompson B. and Mrs.Rudolph Hutcheson.A .
and Mrs. Jack Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. .and continued down the length of the Rahn, aunt of the bride. They were focal point of the reception hall's
Rudolph Hutcheson, Mr. and Mrs. long slim sleeves.A narrow silk assisted by Mrs. George Winkler, decorations was large wall mural.
Frank Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie feta sash tied in a single side loop Mrs. Andrew Whitehead Mrs. Joe The mural had been originally
Moore, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Claude completed the ensemble. Gassy, and Mrs. John A. Reddish.The created by Myma Lou's and Dave's
J Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Marion The bride's table was covered with main refreshment table was fellow employees of the school ad-
4 Payne, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. J.T. *.a floor length underskirt of pastel centered at the end of the room, and ministrative building staff, convey-
Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red- pink overlaid with an imported luce" was elegantly covered with a floor- ing their congratulations and other
dish, Mr.and Mrs. John A. Reddish, and hand-embroidered cloth, and length white underskirt overlaid trivia, and had been placed on Myr-
Mr. and Mrs. Lennard Register, was centered with an Impressive with white lace. Centering the table
Mrs. Carolyn Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. four-tiered white bridal cake, was a large tall majestic arrange See Page 7A
Andrew Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. enhanced with pale pink rosettes,
Lamar Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. and topped with two white doves.On
George Winkler. the opposite side of the room was an 964.4956
The hall was beautifully decoratedfor ail-chocolate three-tiered groom'scake
i aI the special occasion with tropical centered on an identical imported
plants ferns, coleus, and poinsettiasplaced lace and handembroideredcloth BALLOON '
throughout the room. Placedat placed over an underskirt of '
specific vantage points were pale yellow.Cutting % BOUQUETS
pastel silk arrangements of flowers the bride's cake were Mrs.
and foliage.Greeting. Tom Rahn and Heather, sister-in-
the guests at the front law and niece of the bride, of High
I li I foyer door were Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Springs, and Mrs. Charles Tatum of
O a Tom Casey,Mrs.Marion Payne,and Lawtey. the bride's
Jim Duncan. Mrs. I.B. Harrison cake were Mrs. Dude Morgan and. .
aunt of the groom from Lake Mrs. Tom Casey. -
Butler, presided over the guest Cutting the groom's cake were s
register while seated at a round Mrs. Michael Sexton and Mrs.
table overlaid with a floor-length imported Charles Francis, assisted by Mrs.
r Ja white lace and hand em- Eddie Douglas and Mrs. Jessie FTpERSOIALIiED
broidered cloth over a yellow under- Moore.A 3 .
? r. baf skirt, complemented by a pale silver coffee service was placedon
yellow, bronze and cream arrange- a table covered with a floor- '
ment of silk flowers. Assisting in introducing length underskirt of pale yellow,
the guests were Mrs. overlaid with a lace and hand-
Drew Reddish and Mrs. James. embroidered cloth identical to the
Mr.and Mrs.William D.Hume Crosby, Sr.Announcing. ones used on the other honor tables. MYLAR
the guests to the Serving coffee was Mrs. Elton C.
Mr. and Mrs. William David p.m., at the First United Methodist honored couple and the receiving Taylor, aunt of the bride, of Wor-
I Hurse were honored at a beautiful Church Fellowship Hall. The line was Mrs. Joan T. Chitty. Others thington Springs. Assisting in serving PLUSH BALLOONS
reception Sunday, Feb. 3, from 3-5 .honored couple were married Jan.4. receiving guests were Mrs. W.A. were Mrs. Jim Duncan and Mrs.
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Mary Clifford Rahme, former George Rahme of Hampton, Mrs. The luncheon-party also The approximately 50 attending PRRpNN
Hampton resident, who is still a Gladys Chesser of Starke, Mrs. Ed- celebrated the 70th birthday of this happy affair were her children, ova
perky lady,celebrated her 102nd birthday na Dyal of Jacksonville, Mrs. Alta Henry B. Hinson. nieces, nephews and friends from
Sunday at a family luncheonat Albrecht of Waldo and daughter, The buffet table for the covered Ormond Beach Gainesville M
Theressa Community Center with whom she is now living, Mrs. dish luncheon held two birthday Bradenton, Jacksonville, and os
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Tuesday night, Jan. 29, given by Games were played and prizes
Mrs. Gabby Pauley,Mrs. Dottie Sue awarded.
Prevatt, Mrs. Geraldine Norman, Among the 25 guests were the
Miss Ginger Layman and Mrs.Don- honoree's mother, Mrs. Joan
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Lawtey. grandmothers, Mrs:: L.P. Ratp .A.
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Amon the 20 guests was the for Brittany Lora Johns,daughter of ; : r ,
honoree Mrs. Pauline Mr.and Mrs.Phillip Johns, given by $ ; FOR SOMEONE SPECIAL j
DeVore. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Torode and Mr. ',,. 1
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stork shower Friday night, Jan. 25, which held the serving pieces. The Your Own Message Of Love
by Ms. Arlene demons, Mrs. table was centered by a Teddy Bear Compose t-<
Rosemary Vanzant, Mrs. Diana with a umbrella.
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Howard TuckersTo Starke Woman's Club

Celebrate 60th To Meet Feb. 13 \ 4.95 '
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Anniversary SundayMr. 1 \ '
The International Affairs depart- Each
ment of (lie Woman's Club of Starke I IMitchell's
and Mrs. Howard Tucker of will be in charge of the program at II
Keystone Heights will celebrate the luncheon-meeting on Wednes-
,their 60th wedding anniversary at a day, Feb. 13, at 12 noon at the club : 4 I
reception Sunday,Feb. 10,from 2:30 house. yl 4j ,
,, to 4:30: p.m.in the Fellowship Hall of Malee Sarnt and Lu Sanders, .
the Community Church of Keystone chairmen,will have as co-hostesses: Drugs I
,''r I Heights corner of Palmetto and Elsa Diequez, Elvalee Edwards, 1 Free 127 E. Call St. 1
Sylvan Way streets. Lucile Green JoElla Hardy, Hazel Reception honors Jim Duncan... Gift Starke I
Ij Mr. and Mrs. Tucker were mar-
ried Feb. t, 1925 in Osage City,Kansas McLendon Hardy. Edith Lucille Hernandez Frances Florede Newly appointed school superintendent Jim Duncan and Mrs. Duncan Boxes I II II
Payne,
Speer and Muriel Wilson. were honored at a reception on Thursday Jan. 24. from 5:30 to 7 p.m.In I II I Ij
Their children are Neil Tucker the Woman's Club of Starke. given by the Bradford Education Associa I
and Anita Kidwell and they have I Hon and In conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce "Chamber j Yes This Offer Is Sensatw,,,,, *N Mail OrdersI I
four uandcl 1dren. Junior Woman's Club Mixer". All Chains Are Layered. I
No local invitations are being sent. To Meet Feb. Refreshments were provided by the teachers of Bradford County and I In Genuine 14 X Gold -Limit 4 To A CouponI I
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'", Your presence, friendship and goodY served from a table centered with seasonal flowers.
wishes are treasured gifts and they Piano selections were played during the reception hours. Approximately ____________CERTIFICATE____________l
request no others.Methodist The Junior Woman's Club will 200 friends attended the affair
meet Monday night,Feb. 11, at 7:30:
p.m. at the club house.Hostesses .
will be Debbi Forman
Youth
'' Debra Stephens Lisa Prevatt anciEvelyn AtlMOUNCING GENERAL, ELECTION
:: Valentine Banquet Chastain. TOWN OF BROOKER

Sunday, Feb. 10 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA '\

BC Homemakers Club FEBRUARY 19, 1985 .
Lee RhodenMr.
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United Methodist Women are Christopher Brett Andrew Reddish ?
planning a Valentine banquet Sun- To Meet Feb. 14
day evening at 6:30 p,m. in the and Mrs. Harvey Rhoden of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Reddish of
Fellowship Hall for Methodist Bradford County's Homemaker'sClub Hampton announce the birth of a Starke announce the birth of a son, Signature of Elector Initials of
Youths grades 6 through 12. will meet Thursday,Feb. 14,at son, Christopher Lee, born Nov. 17 Brett Andrew, born Feb. 1 in Issuing OfficerNo.
The UMW have planned great fun 10 a.m. in the Agriculture Buildingand at Alachua General Hospital, Alachua General Hospital.
while you dine including music, will have Diane Douglas as Gainesville. He joins a brother, Maternal grandparents are Mr.
games and prizes.For reservations, guest speaker.At Chad Edward, age 22 months. and Mrs. J.C. Wynn of Keystone
call the church office, 964-6864. by the club's Jan. 10 meeting, Maternal grandparents are Mr. Heights and Richard Atwood of ..
Friday. Charles Hutcheson of Clay Electric and Mrs. Lloyd Mosley of Starke. Sandwich. Mass. and great grand- (Stub No. 1)
i Co-op was guest speaker. The program Paternal grandparents are Mr. and mother is Mrs. Alice Atwood of,
:, was designed to help Mrs. Harold Rhoden of Hampton. Largo. tv
Cynthia Smith, customers save on electricity. They Paternal grandparents are Mr.
James Mcintosh were told what units to use to con- Geoffrey Eric Duncan and Mrs. Drew Reddish and great GENERAL, ELECTION .
t serve and which units cost the mostto grandmother is Mrs. Ruth Reddish,
BROOKER
TOWN OF
..i To Wed Feb. 9 operate. A question and answer Tom and Cindy Duncan of all of Starke.
period followed.A Tallahassee announce the birth of a BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
The wedding of Cynthia Smith bi-th 'ay luncheon was served in son, Geoffrey Eric born Jan. 17. FEBRUARY 19, 1985
I. daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Henry Collins honor of Mr. Hutcheson's birthday Maternal grandparents are Bill Ronald Michael Vanxant
i of Graham and James McIntosh with hostesses Mrs. Flo Quicksau and June Edwards of Kingsley Lake.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Burnie and Mrs Etholine Cosby. Paternal grandparents are Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Vanzant of
i'I McIntosh of Melrose will be ant Donald Duncan of Pfafftown, N.C., Lawtey announce the birth of a son, Signature of Elector Initials of
event of Saturday Feb. 9, at 1 p.m. and Cora Lee Duncan of Jackson- Ronald Michael, born Jan. 30 in Issuing OfficerNo.
;' in Hampton Christian Church with a ville. Shands Teaching Hospital.
reception following at the home of LB First Baptist.Church Maternal grandparents are Ms.
the groom's parents. To Present Ashley Renee Crawford Joan Harley and Joe Harley of ..
Singsplratlon
t, All friends and relatives are Invited Lawtey and great grandparents are (Stub No. 2)
to attend. Curtis and Ronda Crawford of Mrs. L.P. Rafuse and Mr. and Mrs.
The First Baptist Church of Lake Starke announce the birth of',a Hub Harley of Lawtey.
Butler will present a "Good Ole daughter, Ashley Renee, born Jan. Paternal grandparents are Mr. l'v, S4MPLE
Fashioned" Singspiration Sunday 20- -\ il I f and Mrs.Carl J.Vanzant of Lawtey.A. .
j t. e ,Terrie Matl1ev| *,* JJ evening Fe .,J7. beginning at 7:30 .Maternal!'igrao -parents ale GE ERALELECTJO
I Honored at-Showers**** p.m. ,Jh: prograrrr/dl featureMen's RoUMdWitl LfacWdB!Stertf Paierr&l 1 TOWN OF/BROOKERX: >
trios, duets, and ----------
quartets grandparents are Gerald and Maine
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA I
solos. Such songs as "Swing Low, Crawford all of Starke. Great ,
Terrie Mathews, bride-elect of Sw ,t "hariot", "Joshua", "Excuses" grandparents are Amelia Crawfordof Pleasant Hope Church FEBRUARY 19, 1985
Randy Conner was honored at a "It Is Well With My Soul",
Gainesville, Max and Grace Ep To Hold
miscellaneous bridal shower Tues- Sing
Grace" and "We Shall
"Amazing ,
and
day, Jan: 29, at the home of Miss Behold Him" will be heard. Canton person Ga.Martha Epperson all of Make a Mark X opposite the.name of the Candidate of your choice.
eat grandmother
Susan Sapp.,, This presentation will be the last is Mary Brut of larard, There will be a gospel sing at Pleasant
Guests enjoyed games, under the direction of Rodney Ohio. Hope Church, 301 North of FOR CITY COUNCIL GROUP V
refreshments and the opening of Brooks Minister of Music and Starke, Saturday night, Feb. 9, at
i. gifts between party hours of 7 to 9 Youth.Brooks will be going to First 7:30 p.m.Featured.
p.m.. Baptist Church, Sanford. group will be The End Vote For One Term Two Years
; Corsages were given to the Time Singers. Refreshments will
honoree and her mother, Mrs. also be served.

I i ., Leaton A cake Mathews.holder was given to the GEORGE O.PIERCE

honoree as a memento of the occasion. B
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was Mrs.the Becky setting Thomassen's for a miscellaneousbridal home your high school diploma by taking

; shower given Monday Feb.4, the GED Test. For further informationcall
for brid* lect of Randy Conner,
\ Terrie Mathews. 964-6150. The deadline for registering
t Approximately 15 guests attended
;, the shower given between the hours is February 15, 1985. Testing dates and
7 and 9 enjoying
games open-
p.m.
times follows
ing of gifts and refreshments.The are as : A .
Dride-elect was presented a
corsage in her chosen colors of pink
and white. Hostesses Becky Feb 18 & 19 Feb 20 & 21

Thomassen Sapp and Patsy, Nancy Griffis Coleman presented, Lisa SAVI N OS N OW ANDRETIREMENT

Terrie with a toaster and Bentwood
'i 1'I' ,rocker as a memento of the occa' 1:00 p.m. 6:30: p.m. I

.I sion.Guests 3:00: 8:15' A
were invited to tour the p.m. : p.m.
future home of Terrie and Randy at 6:30.p.m. '
the end of the evening.

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The annual Olustee Battle from exotic frog legs to home- 'on Sunday at 1:30 p.m.Other events ;
Festival, north Florida's largest cooked soul food. that will guarantee a fun-filled '
festival, is slated this year for Feb.. A continuous show, which will in- weekend of excitement are the Gun
15-17. Filled with homespun charm, clude singing,dancing,storytelling, Show, Antique Car Show, 10K Run,
the three-day Civil war commemoration and various other acts, will be en- and 1-Mile Fun Run.
will be climaxed by a Joyed all day both Friday and Satur; On Friday, Feb. 22 a historicaltour
re-enactment of the Battle of day.Friday night a warm-up square of homes,
Olustee. dance will be held In Teen Town. on homes In the Market
Approximately 2,000 battle par.tlclpants WestD Street. scheduled.
are expected, with'many On Saturday, all booths will open Saturday,
coming from as far away as Virginiaand again at 9 a.m. A parade with more Olustee 964-4071
Tennessee. than 50 entries will feature the Pageant will be
Olustee Festival theme. Bands, City Community For More"
The Festival will begin at 9 a.m. queens, clowns, Civil War soldiers ing Arts Center.
Friday in downtown Lake City. The animals and equipment, and For more -7 pm Mon. thru Sat.
arts and crafts and food booths will dignitaries are Included. Brad Rogers or & Savelll
open and the entertainment will The Blue-Grey Ban, held in the Lake City
begin. National Guard Armory, will begin Street, Lake USDA Food Stamps
The arts and crafts booth, which at 8 p.m. At the same hour, a Blue- .(904)7521293. .
offer a diverse selection, have Grey Square Dance will begin at the
become recognized as some of the American Legion Hall. .
more authentic handicrafts At Olustee Village located on the
available. re-enactment site, foods and gifts '
Twenty food booths will serve a may also be purchased.The [ PRICES!
wide selection of delicious foods re-enactment battle will begin DA


I Marine Patrol Arrests UpFlorida Starke CHOICE


Marine Patrol arrests serious marine resource violationslast MATT
were up 73 percent, from 9,700 in year. In June and July, 62 per I: :d.e
1983 to 16,800 in 1984.The number of sons were arrested on 107 chargesfor : : $169
official warnings issued for viola. violating snook laws in the closed Ib.
tions not serious enough to warrant season and selling snook. Two per- 1 :
.- arrest also increased 73 percent sons were arrested and convicted of
from 20,473 to 35,469 last year,accor- taking foodfish (kingfish) with a
ding to data compiled by the Patrol. purse seine in state waters, and
Boating violations accounted for numberous Individuals' were arrested -
57 percent of the 16,800 arrests,while in the Florida Keys for fish
34 percent were for marine resource trap violations. Fri. : $99
violations. Stolen boats, licensing Marine Patrol Officers and agentsof Sat. Sun. ,
violations and other categoriesmade the National Marine Fisheries
up eight percent, and 0.6 per- Service executed federal search
cent of the arrests were for narcoticsand warrants in south Florida, seizing 1 lb pkg
drug smuggling. 10,500 pounds of undersize lobster. $129'
During 1984 Marine Patrol Of Besides the usual efforts to protect
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ficers recovered $1.7 million worthof endangered species, officers arrested pkg
stolen boats and conducted 22,000 and convicted four persons -(
vessel safety inspections. for killing and butchering a
There was a major effort to target manatee. ( A

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Schneider Emma A. Schlenker Schneider of Sat. Sun. assSaar I
Leonard Schneider, 83, of Lilly Melrose; two sons, Charles R. :
Lake, Melrose, died Tuesday night, Schneider of Gainesville and Rev.
Feb. 5, in North Florida Regional Leonard A. Schneider of White "
Hospital, Gainesville, following a Plains,N.Y.and five grandchildren. 301 (/
short illness. Funeral services will be held at 4p.m. Starke
Born in New York City, Mr. .Thursday,Feb.7,in the DeWittC.
Schneider moved to Melrose from Jones Chapel with Rev. Jack G. Fri.,
'the Bronx, New York City, 17 years Wingate officiating.Burial will be in Mexican SaladTomatoes
ago. He was a retired Erie Barge Keystone Heights Cemetery under I3l
Canal captain and was of the Baptist the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof
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SATURDAY. FEB. 9:. a.m. til 2 p.m. area feature take occes.1 acre lot. Measure 24x34"23 cent each. Great new with bow blade. 9646032.. Itchg County Telegraph office f.
Misc. Hem*. 634 .N. Cherry St. Itchg fireplace. cathedral celling. Insulatedwindow for patching and repair TELEGRAPH. 2/07 In writing and '

2/07 *. R-19 wall and R-22 calling Inwlotlon. 135 W. Call St. 9644309. 2-HORSI TRAILER! Good condition paid In advance Ir J" REALT .
CARS 4 TRUCKS range refrigerator. heat tOlLS OF HAYiOrder your hay for'thewinter $1200. CoIl after 5:30 p.m. 964-8320. unless credit I I. r.alr.ody r.
pump. AC system upgrade carpet and and leave It under my born until Itchg 21m. ;, establishedwith
: vinyl. Only $405 per mo. Include 1 needed. Roll of Alicia $25 at barn. ONE MAHAMAZINE BULLl 2V4 years this office. i Ii( .... 'j PHONE
83 LINCOLN 4-door. Signature*. acre lot with all above feature and Alicia and Bahla mixed $22.50 at bam. old. $700. Two horse.: 1 eight year old THI TELEGRAPH CECILIA 964'777

Ilk.new.16100.Loan value 16000. mor.. Must tee to believe. Call Ernie Hay born mil.*North of Stark on Rd. mar., two year old filly. $400 for both. STAFF CANNOT BEHELD ElWILU 205 N. Temple, Starke I \.
I 473.2214.11/01 tfn Summerlln for detail 18002225253. 16. Delivery available at extra charge. 782-3737 or 782-3857. Ask for Danny. RESPONSIBLEFOR AI. .

,I. 1981 JEEP CHEROKEE lorodo package. 1/10 NnTRANQUIUTYt 782-3727 or 9646167.1115 tin 2/07 2tchg 214HANOIHOUSE MISTAKES IN ******+***********************. 1
I ; Excellent condition. $9600.. call Fishing and comfort. Lake MENDCISHON PIANO Excellent condi PORTABLE BUILDINGS CLASSIFIEDS WHEN 11 SPECIAL
473.2214.12/131M Sampson home. 1900 sq ft. Cathedral tion. Office hours, call 964-6433. Home Curie Cycl. US 301 South. 9646020. AD IS TAKEN OVER ',
1974 FORD Truck, for sale. THE TELEPHONE. I *THE WOODS".COUNTRY CLUB- ;
Dump ceiling with fan*. Jenn-AIr fireplace. 7823522. 1/10 tin 7 different styles; 25 dlff. color to
533.2471.1/03 tin1g66CHIV.TRUCKS Cedar docking. .400 ft. dock large TRAILERS. TRAILERS. TRAILERS S'xff choose from. I tchg 2/07 Classified deadline I* 1 BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT 1.6 ACRES- '

In running condition. gorog and workshop. S98.OOO. utility trailer, $650: 16" dozer trailer, ELECTRIC STOVEs Needs: some work TUESDAY. NOON OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELU. <

I Will .trad for motorcycle. 650 CC or 964-6225. 1/17 4tchg 2/07 $1.700:16' utility trailer. $970; 16' lawn $25; electric concrete mixer., on. prior to Thursday ......._._. RiSS ** ***-._ "
-- 964-4604.12/27 Hn chg 4 BR HOME ON LARGE FENCED CITY LOT trailer. $1.125.: 10' (lawn tingle axle garden plow. 964.5379.1/31 2tpd 2/07 publication. _
IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BOY JEEPS FOR $44 Minimum charge I I. .PRATT STi Lovely home In cly. Spacious 3/2 with
Newly' carpeted .and painted need trailer, $878: 16' car haul.,. $1,150; 6 WOMAN'S BIKE. $20:; motorcycl. (Honda
through Hi* U.S. Government Get the ownWond TLC. 31000. Will finance ft. romp., $100. Olln' Mobil. Home Twlnstar) and trailer. $700; Keyston 15 word for $2.73 2-car garag.-fir.plac.l j
fact today! Call 1412-742-1142. Ext.. with $10.000 down. Call 3727734. Bobor Center. Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606.: 20 movie camera with filter. $30. By then 10 cent for each .S25.000 BR home on 2 acre In country.
609.1/1710W 3/07 Jo..... 1/17 Hn 1/10 tfn appointment only. Call between 4 and word thereafter. VERY REST LOCATION: 3 BR 2 BA. Brick House I | "
GOVT SURPLUS CARS ft TRUCKS Under MASONRY HOME AT STARKE CITY TWO CEMETERY LOTS At Crosby lake 7 p.m. 964.9747. 1/31 2tpd 2/07 Beautiful! CHSA Move, refrig.,celling fan. 1V4 ac.
$100. Now available I in your area. Call -' LIMITS: One acre 2 bedrooms: 2 baths: Cemetery. ((904)) 239-6635 (Glen St. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE (1)) side by CALL TODAY FOR IN landic. gr. Reduced-S3.000l. I-

1-619-5694042'for details. 24 hr*. ,113r living room; dining room; kitchen; utili- Mary). 1/24 4tpd 2/14 tide r..Jg./f ....r. harvest gold: ((1)) FORMATION ON NICE CROSBY LAKE LOT 100'x385'. Exc. Loc. :3 I.
N'; 3tpd 2/1' ty room: family room with Franklin KAWASAKI JET SKI 1983 model. Like. wood chip heater brand n.w: ((1))30.06 FCAN (Florida .. *22r FRONTAGE 301 On. mil.S. of Stark. next to '
78 TOYOTA STATION WAGON 74 Cad. fireplace: : Florida room; central heat; n_. Orlg. $2500. Asking $1800. Call bolt action flfle.;' new; ((1)) 36" barrel, 3 Classified Ad I Net Moseley Tire Co. Exc. terms Priced to sell. .
4-door sedon for ..*.. 964-7184. Itpd carpeted and 3-car .h.... Sacrifice. 964-4995 anytime after 5 p.m. 1/24 IfnDOO. Inch mag. 12 gauge shotgun. Call' work). For $125 708 W. CALL ST Convenient. 2 BR w/iep. garage. t

2/O7 sS 42000. ((904)) 2298427. No Collect. '- .VISUAL COOLER] Excellent con anytime, 964-8845. 1/312tchg 2/07 ((25-words). your ad .484 AC.: Beautiful rolling country, Only $.....0001 .
1911 DATSUN 4a4f4-peed.3 Run good. 1/24 4tpd 2/14 dition. 1000. Cash. FIRM. Call TWO CHICKEN HOUSES :3Ox500. Call will go Into 56 Florida A Onc. In A Lifetime Opportunity I '.
Some extras. Call after 712-3742. RENTAL PROPERTY Fleet Finance, Inc. 2 473-3943 after 6 p.m. 1/24 tfn 9647893. Also hove three big 42"fans. newspaper (dollies 6.97 SECLUDED ACRES 7 mile from Starke. '

2/at2tpd 2/14 apartment. 1 hou... For Sol. by ANTIQUE wooden courtroom choir. $10 131."tc .221HELP and weeklies) for a $14.000 w/$6500 aum. mtg. .
BUCK CENTURY STATION WAGON
Own.r. Financing Available. Call Ingle: large lot. available. Hospital circulation of
LOVELY BRICK VILLA
Convenient to everything. 2 .
1977. Coll 964-8087 964-8023 for In
or bed. $100. Call 964-5213. 1/24 tfn
1/17 Hn readers
.SOI0. ,
1.000,000
formation. Itchg 2/07 WANTED BR. IVi BA. Large living & dining area. Spacious kitchen .;
CAPE COD ON S WOODED ACRES By QUARTERHORSEi Mar., 11 yr.. old. sorrel Make that mon.ywork
1984 FORD with stove & refrlg. 37900. '
RANGERS 4x4.Autoronsmis
3 BR. 2 BA. Larg.leund. room excellent pleasure riding.. $600. for you..Sell ,
.... owner. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER 301 MOTEL 16 furnished
fwOy loaded. 7.808 mile Take For port room plus spacious living
B 2/07
central heat/air carport lorg. 7823497. Itchg the FCAN way. Call .
ever leave payment of $2N.M per screened porch. Gllchrlst Co. 57500. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Zenith 25"color time work. Send reume to P.O. 9646305. ask for quarter 376' on Hwy 301. Own. fin. :
........ or ..., off belence. of 10000. Drawer 280. Stark., FL 32091. 1/03 tin COUNTRY CLUB-10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. fO I
372-4072. 1/31 4tcho 2/21 TV $275: chrom. mag wheel, $30: set Sylvia, Today. |
..,. REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON Full
712.
Itpd 1/07 614 N. CHERRY STREET From. home on block high bock bucket seat..$50;: Ford time. DON'T DELAY-CALL Country Club. Residence or development. I ,
1984 THUNDERWRD: Loaded. Imo SOx75 foot lot. 4 BR carport utility shed auto. tran. fits 302.: 289. 351. $75: Scholarship available ERA Tiffin 4Owons. TODAY) .204 W. ADKINS: Nice older home. Well- '
( moculate condition. Tak. overpayment 2/07 Inc. REALTORS 221 W. maintained. Approx. 1660 ft. CHSA. 3 BR, 2 BA1
and playhouse."" .6365. 1 tchg electric room heater, $15. 782-3265 sq. .jl
Will consider email Lafayette St. "Across from Wishbone"Ask .
I car or 7823356. Itpd 2/07 Subscribe/ / with furnished apartment. 1
I : truck a* trade. 9647076. 2/07 2tchg Now'sti. for Susan. Itchg 2/07 FOR LEASE LUXURIOUS I I
TREES
FRUIT SHADE AND PECAN BRICK HOME 3 BR. 3 BA. j
2/14 BOATS FEDERAL. STATS ft CIVIL SERVICE JOBS
''i"+ time to plant. Larg. (election. Incontainer. Enormous great room with fireplace. \\
1971 PLYMOUTH STATION available. 1419-569-8304 for info. In Starke
WAGON 9passenger. : .
available Se".. True- 1320
at SEARING
STREET 3 BR, IYI BA Approx. 1700
r ; A/C. 24 hr*. 1/24 3tpd 2/07 I
pow.rNringr Call
Value Hardware, Highway 301 South. Montez ft. Own.r will lease.
171 STARCRAFT BOAT AND TRAILER sq.
: ,I brok. Low mileage. 1500. Call R N SHIFT LEADER Full or part time. :
: 964-5637 after. 5.30 p.m. Itpd 2/07 Real good condition. Great for fishing 2/at2tpd 2/14 Day/evening shift. Competitive salary 964-6305 SWIMMING POOL 4 BR. 2 BA. $62,500.
i{, 1975 FORD 4 WHEEL DRIVE Excellent and skiing, 14 foot long by 6 foot wid. FLASHING ARROW SIGNS.Cash... or rent and benefit. Compl.t. application at NOBODY DOES IT BETTER We are proud to offer I
22. Itpd
1-800-251-3550.
condition and 1981 TS-185 motorcycle. Consol controlled windshield. 4 swivel to buy. North Florida Mental Health Center luxurious home across from Starke CC. .
i Can be s..n.t 436 N.Walnut St. 2/07 Mat*. A teal at $500. Call 9648748. 2/07 Perfect Rt. 10 Box"". Michigan St.. Lake City. FOR LEASE THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SIEZES THE MOMENT I
25 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER running
2tchg 211. 1974 LARSON 16 foot runabout with condition. $150. 4682543. Itchg FL 32055. For Information contact '4800 5q. Ft. : "Plnesong"-37 bldg. lots w/paved roads. Ap
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1976 FORD TRUCK 302. V-'. LWB.$1175. windshield and canvas top. 35 hp 2/07 Chris Connelly. ((904)) 7526706. E.O.E. Bldg.On PrIM. prox. 600 from city limits. Except terms. '

Coll 7823110. Itchg 2/07 Evlnrude motor. $900. Make off.r after CULLIGAN MARK "4$" WATER CONDITIONER 1/31 2tchg 2/07 301 Hwy FrontageCall SECLUDED CHARMING Unique hldeway only 6
1975 FORD RANGER Long wheel bate 6:30 p.m. except on weekends : Automatic bock woh. Bet of LPN. Full or part time. Day/evening: 96,,.6020 yrs. old. 2-story 5 BR, 3'/i BA. CHSA. Sep office In
fully loaded. Good tires, no rust onytl_. "" .4924. Itchg 2/07 fer. 964-7210. Itpd 2/07 shift. Competitive salary and benefits. city. On 7 Ac. Reduced.. $89,900.
fiberglass\ topper. Run on propone or HAY FOR SALE $2.50 per bale. Reed Complete application at North Florida HAMPTON LAKE: Redwood 8. brick .3 BR, 2 BA.Fireplace .
gas. S2.23O. 964-8313. Itchg 2/07 Farm S.E. 21 it St. Hampton. 4682539. M.ntol Health Center, Rt. 10 Box 418. scrn d porch 75' on lake.: -
198 FORD F-UOt LWB. V-8 PS. PB. LAND FOR SALE 2/07 2tchg 214REFRIGERATOR Michigan St.. Lake City FL 32055. For Shop & Compare!' TERMS OF 1JX POSSIBLE 16 Ac. Clear. w/approx.

4-speed. AM/FM ca,.".. 44.000 $12S and dl.hwa.her. Information contact Chris Connelly Sptt"i.il Insurance for 700' on Hwy 301 S. Inc.2 deep wells, 3 septic tank, 2
mil... Also Coachman slideIncompeer ONE ACRE: LOT facing Forsythe Rood ((904)) 7526706. E.O.E. 1/31 2tchg 2/07 Butler .
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$75.Mercury Monterey, running $200. \i<>hili-, fame* Parks 'f MH. Bldg. Stocked pond creek. .
I 11 H. eM-contalned. AC Ex- 3000. $300 down. $75 mo. Coll ...8328"de..r AIRUNEJ NOW HIRING: Retervat0nltt,| ..f /
ROOM
per Call TO
ROAM:2563 ft. home 3'A). with
.-a5.1564rawl/rbeuNm. tor$5595 O O.- -'-" rtetlc.6 'stewardesses and ground clew 00\11 l>p of hnmtnpneru sq,..,, on
., i 9d 4.54o6110/I'M' N *ws.kdoy.. Itpd 27') ;; p' f .* posl"tl6nrf'ovttllob1eCollT619569 3 Blf,3 BA, $105OOOkl '" I t
( 782.3660.2/072tchg2/11 LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 percent down, COLOR TV $99 and up. Next... to Stark. O241 for piOK-ivs. for .AR YOh1TtiACn1A1i'AfafCrSto, ,tS$1fa .
1978 PONTIAC GRAN PIIX:51,750. Call detail 24 hr*. 1/24 3tpd 2/07 prox
balance in five year., financing byowners Truck Stop couth of Stark. 964-8212. mobili' dorm's
49 Ac. on Hwy, 229. $99,000 with
7823110. Itchg 2/07 964-6853. 12/13 Hn. EARN $4.87 HR W. need a.*ltance In cusum. mtg.
11/24 tin
1974 CHEVROLET IMPALA ,,-door. run ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. USED FURNITURE And Store Fixture. evaluating and responding to dally Can for( Quote ** ** *

good. $500 cosh. Call 9648877. Itchg $3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call 212 E. Call Street. Consignment accepted ,I work reports submitted by our agents | Olin's Mobile IAVIRN OUTLAW%....71 IVININOI MIL DODO....,_
2/07 9645606.: 1/03 Hn .. 1/24 4tpd 2/14 throughout th. state. No experience JOHN GIIINUS -2121 .VING CLASS.M4-7ISS
i ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY ROLLS OF HAY IN FIELD $15. Call after 5 neceary; paid to compl.t. training. Home Sales TOMMY CHASTAINM4-4JH MAXINI SOOTH 4UIM7NOVISWAKDH474S4
Work at home. For Information. end ......
BUSINESS ROAD $3,500. $350 dn.. $70 p.r mo. 7823727. 1/31 tin WAYNI DOUOLAS *
p.m.
.elf-addressed. envelope 9V4 Inches < Elaine M. Olin, Agent DAVID 0000114WeSubscribe
Call 964-5606. 1/03 tin ROTOTILLINGi Garden. Seed bed, .tc.
OPPORTUNITIES
1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) G.org. Hayt. P.O. Box 116 Brooker long to: AWGA. Dept. E, Box 49204. 964.5606
.i I 13500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call FL 32622. Phon. 485-1861 after 4:30 Atlanta. GA. 30359. Itpd 2/07 '"
NATIONAL COMPANY for 9645606.: 1/03 tin GOVERNMENT JOBS 15.000 '
looking p.m. 1/3) 4tpd 2/21 Today f .r
i satellite antenna dealer. No experience 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD $1.995 CUSTOM MADE ANTIQUE SATIN. $50,000/yr, possible. All'occupation Steve: Broadway BRADFORD COUNTY
__aary. Complete unit per ac. $1,500 dn., $250 p.r mo. Call DRAPERIES with matching bedspread Call ((805)) 687-6000 Ext. R-5504 to find
I price $630 and up. Retail 1295. 964506.1/00: tin (blue). small windows with tI.bock, out how. 2/07 4tpd 2/28 TREE SERVICE TELEGRAPH
,hon.open 24 hour ((303)) 5707800. ,-.. --- and one large window meature 86"long. GIRL FRIDAY, Dependable, hard work.r 964.6305Plumbing
2/07 2tpd 2/14 BIG COMMISSION SALES Excellent condition. $500. Call: for Inventory. Upkeep of sales or.a Removal
.. and food concession sale, sales and
Health Insurance Career. Top Sal.sr 964-4902. 1/31 2tchg 2/07 Trimming
P386-Mobll.Home on 2 Ac. g.n.ral office duties. WED. thru MON.
with addition.)' Neat/and;. ?ru' I" 'Person In Florida Earned $100.000 In SNAPPER MOWERS TIMERS TRACTORS!. workw..... Waldo Farmer's ft Flea Stump Kemovii Supplies I
"1984. Call Mlck.y Boutwell. tel. no. No Money Down: Starke Pow.r Equip' Market. Call for :
paved road.S21.500. appointment. Firewood!
ment. 438 S. Walnut St., Starke
904-3S1-S022 between 9 a.m. ft 5
682at 2/14
387-4 In BR lawtey."FixerUpper"home Pool, p.m.; Monday thru Friday. 964.8568. 1/31. 5tcho..2/28.. 2tchg Free Estimate( From

workshop nice corner lot. _. Want Ads Get Results 473.4732 "

$33.500. Ii-- -Y" Subscriber/ / J After 5 P.M.. Durrance
379-Hometlfe lot across
from Vo-Tech. Has old Keystone Heights Pump
iack & ADBOciatcs ) .
house and wooded. Priced C&ourtnog nc. (
Licensed &
Insured
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at. $5.000. ann. 'I,! Supply ,
Realtor/Builder 473.7060
CARLSONHome U.S. 301 N.-644 N. Temple
.Satellite Systems,(ne. VACUUMSALE Stark. Florida 964-7061 I--
eLarge' lety of Lots & Acreage in the hill region of Bradford Hwy, BOO Keytone Height I _

i Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds pave IW4 473-266

ed roads Our community water systems Owner financing Freedom of Choice NEW & USED
from $3950 Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville Palatka and If- We Drill Wells
Starke. He Finance Our (> nKIKBYS 2" to 6" State Licensed

au N.Temple Ave. Several Lots Approved for Farm Home Chimney Fires ROYALS -

1.'IUotlSTROUT' Keystone Golf Course Area: Are Among the Top 101 EUKEKAS .

.3 BR/2 BA New Home. Split Bedroom plan w/garage & sun Home-Fire Hoiard.. HOOVERS EARN EXTRA MONEY'"It

REALTY deck. Many extras. 59900. A Dirty Chimney. ELECTROLUX
I Keystone
sconroiATio Also Heights Area*
Causes FILTER QUEENS;;
2 BR/2 BA with 45500.
carport.
MOIrs964m1 Heat LossSmok.Flll.d SEARS Applications are now being taken for .
473-3OT6 3 BR/2 BA with garage & swimming pool. 58500. RoomsProtect Times-Union
COMMERCIALWe Rout
Morning Paper .
Applicants
? SCH .1 Acre with 178 Ft. on US 301. 8950.
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| M repair all makes must be able to post a cash
.01.89 Acres with 175 ft. Lake Hampton Oak Dr. 7750. your home
JanefM.Starling. /-Acre And Family AI bond, have reliable transportation and a :
Hampton Oaks Circle. 3750. aWe Young'sSince telephone. '
WllhA
also. have waterfront. property. Safe .
-- --. Chimney 1957 Call 964-5165 ,

.Realtor .. 964.8271 964.6918 This is I an Ideal l supplemental Income for a
Call:
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retirement couple, teacher etc.
VERY NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA. -. .Blankenship Chimney SweepPINE 3 Miles north of FT .

2 Ac. Hwy. 125. 49000. Roberts Real Estate c. .' -" -
.IN LAWTEY: On blk.'
from school. 3 BR, 1 BA 98ft. N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL .i

ham. Shad.d lots 964-6262 FLORILAND Carpet (Any ScotchgardCleaning
$28,500.
....87 ACRES: Well .optic FORESTAPARTMENTS Room $1495 'Is

tank 17.35 Talman COMMERCIAL r Auto salvage yard with 10 REALTY & Hall). Available

fenced.pool. $24,000.lenced/ero- acres and a CB residence. Located on US '".7700 (Deep Soil Extraction Is Also Available)

.4.28 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 301. Owners will leave all Inventory, a 393 N. Temple Av. Whole House.
12500.: wrecker, and some equipment for the Vernle P. OdomBrok.rGRi Special (lIv., Din.> Rail 3 Sr.), 5995


NEWLY IVi-aVi ''Ac.AVAILABLE tract. *.: FARM buyer. Call.. 40 for acre details.farm with 15 acres of Carpet Dyed ((9 x 12)) . . . . . 5995

Owner .3 BR home for rent In ft 3 Apfs. .
term 1-2 Furniture Cleaned
.2'/ -10 Ac.: $2.000 pecan trees, Improved pastures fenced & Country. Bedroom (Sofa & chair) . .. 4495"Not
per
ac. cross-fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace. .Trailer for rent *; From 150" to 297" Delighted Don't Poy .
.S Ae.t Pv'd frntg. Excellent working farm. Building 1.000 sq.' H.

$ 12500. WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom 1 Bath homeon Adapt.,to your usage. Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas '

.20 Ac.: CoVd In pine Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall S dock.' Building with lots ofspace.

.SO Ac.: 50000. House is In very good condition. Good access 3 different store.. 12 1 I 3.Bedreoms.ATailable Mow Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. '

.el4 3 .Ac....: 1$1.750 BA: per Country ac. to the lake. Priced to sell. Own.r qualified will hold buyer.mortgageto (Licensed & Insured) (Residential. l & Commercial) .

125.500.. WILSON ROAD 3 bedroom 2 bath. CB LAND WITH TERMS: / PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED 'I

.LIQUOR STORE house on 1 acre. Central heat & Vi-3 Ac. tract
AND LOUNGE chain (link fenced Owners air anxious.carpet. 181 ,Ac. Good hunting We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean. "

SERVICE STATION yard. wood, Graham area. A I Ing and inside auto detailing. We otter bids on commercial contracts. I .
Madison
1530 W.
,CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE 198 Ac. Front SR 18, WorIhlngton .
I $40.000 Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice : ..1 _t, :
NEEDS INCLUDING APPRAISALS Sag.. Union Coq, none 984-8312 """ i i'. : i iH

((9CW)712-3931 George W. Roberts.Jr. Broker 114 Ac. Front. Co. Rd. 18 I8.II.MVSIMrrMTwm Office Hoursi 9 5 Call -. 964-4997 Call : tl,..\1S\, I I(

P.O. Drawer ..Terry A..OalJuta..CSM.. ..man_ ft Co. Rd. 238 Wothlngton No Answer Call ;(((904)7331308Satisfaction) Guaranteed i I' .. :
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INSURANCEMAINES FOR SALE i HELP WANTED ,I '

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f TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING INSURANCE AOENCYi 160 S. Jill FORD ESCORT STATION WAGON
MACHINES rod RENTi Union County Lake Avenue lake Butler, 496-3978. AC/HT AM/FM Cass. stereo good INSTURCTOR LIFE SKILLS INMATI
\ Time. ISO Main Street lake Duller. Complete Insurance Service. TFN. cond. excellent gas mileage. Asking EDUCATION Bachelors degree reqlred. -
Phone 496-2261 for Information TFN Prefer
"" $4300- Phone 4962338. experience In teaching
I C.O.'i. OUT OF TOWN Save up to REAL ESTATE 180 CHIVES Auto transmission, foci. inmate Background In Education, I idti' MIIs
'!. MO mo. 13,000 miles a yearl FINIS after Sociology Psychology ,
: tory air, $2000. Call 496-2623 helpful
QUALITY LIVING. laundry. Park 5:00 pm.2-pd 1/31 \ Salary: $343.32 weekly plus
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OP f
Recreation Car Pools, FRIENDLY AT. PROPERTY If I don't have 14 I'II findIt MOBILI HOME 12 X 64 3 BR, 2 full BH, benefit. Deadline February 18,
MOSPHERE.
Reasonable. Sr 121 Lake 1985.
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window air, unfurnished $550uVPowell -
Just ask. JANE S. USHER
\ Butler 4962366. ufn 12/13 REALTOR 496-3377. 2-pd 2/7.14 .* CUSTODIANS (2)) Completion of eighth
St ACRES LAND 24 ocr.cultivated 33 eves. "Your,496-2126 Union County or 496-2903.Realtor." TRAILERS FOR RENT OR FOR SALI Set grade or any equivalent combination COMPARE 81 SAVE .
acre timber. Runt across the up on your lot or ours.$500 down and of training and experience. Salary:
l Olu.t_ Cr..k 8/04 tfn :i. Pies 80 D13 . . . .
adjoining Columbia $130 per month. Phone 496-3939 or $3.93 hourly, plus benefit. Deadline: ", . . $24,1
County. V.ry reasonable. Rob Cour- .".3069. 4-chg 1/31 2/21 February 18, 1985. '. .1.0 10 D13 . . . . . i ,
son 4962248. Itpd-uln 1/3 PERSONAL SERVICES" S HP GARDEN TILLER Also lawn mower To apply contact Lake City Community ..1g575 114 . . . . . .
*. HOME FOR RENT 2 BR. 1 BH. home at needs repair Call before 2 pm College, Rt. 7 box 378 Lc-*. AIInRES'HVE P20575014 . . . . . .Z.'I
i 150 S.W. 5th Ave. In Lake Butler DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK 496-3250. 2-pd 2/7-14 City. Florida 32053 .((904)) 752-1822, ROAD P21S75BiS . . . . . .......

at. Adults preferred. $140 p.r month. Package deal; 2" or 4" wells, water SWEET DIAL ON WHIRLS 1972 extension 313. EA/EO EMPLOYER. HAZARD ..22575 "? . . . . ? U8.181| 4"A
I 1'1 First and last month's r.nt In advance pumps, new Installation of septic American Ambassador Statlonwagonfor WELCOME WAGON SEEKS ENERGETIC GUARANTEE'235 75 B1S . . . . . 'J38.BB|
plus security deposit. References tanks, drain fields and lift stations. $595. Call 496-3766 anytime. HOSTESS/HOST IN THIS AREA WHO
:, perferred. 496-3087. 2-pd 1/31 Mobil. home pole available. All 1-pd 2/7-4 LIKES MEETING PEOPLE. Flexible from EndAlignment Truck Tires 4 Wheel RVT

MOBILI HOMI 2 Br. 1 Bh, furnished work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- "" hours, good earnings, car required 1-15 . .. . . . .. $59.88
:: mobile home on HWY 18. Brooker Rd man 2752151. UFN 9/1 HELP WANTED EOE. Write Field Manager 281 Bishop $ 31-10.50-13 . . . . $M.M
In
Worthington 4962308. ufn Tree removaland
\, 1/31 Springs NETTLES TREE Also SERVICE firewood oak and Drive. Gainesville Fl 32601 1-cha 999 31.11.50.15. . . . . ...I8,

COUNTRY LIVING 2 Br, 1 Bh. Mobile pine pruning.for sale Call Thomas Nettles GOVERNMENT JOBS $13.000-' 1 Mart CM tit Track 33-W-5M8 .. . . -. $77.88))

Home unfurnished. Yard and room 4963823. ufn 122210TGTILLlNG $50,000/yr. possible. All occupations ,; '. x I.
for garden. Adults only $169 mth. Garden' seed beds How to Find. Call 803-687-6000 t-""S I.t

Phone 4962600. l-chg 2/7] etc. George Hoyt P.O. Box 116 Ext. R9999.TEACHING .. "-- 1- '.<*e Mhw Mlr'
Fin. 32622. Phone 483-1861 ASSISTANT I INMATI Bill '
Brooker r Bogle, Specializes H.D. BATTERY'
call after 4:30 p.m. 4-pd EDUCATION Must have completed a In Owned 8 Operated by
FREE Foreign Car Repair
minimum of 32 semester hour of college $ 9 5
t! 1/31 FURNITURE NEEDS A FACELIFT* 25 Fit ft Dun Corottt
Years
Richards Upholstery Call 4962952. or university coursework In j Experience 00 Y.r
WOOD IF YOU NEED WOOD I HAVE 3-pd 1/24-2/7 relevant discipline plus one year of AFTA'e' / ..
JUMP BLOCKS FOR FREE. Come and experience as teaching assistant or CORBETT'S TIRESS SERVIC'E"1 i ,
t In related area. Salary: $4.43 hour, .
from woods call 4962239.
pick
up AM. '
1-pd 2/7 lake Butler: plus benefits. Deadline: February 18 JMnancInq' (Form.rtly Statrrk'Stark. !) 9646436_ I

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CARS, TRUCKS LAND FOR SALE
LOST RED
POMERANIAN-LOOKS LIKE
r' A RED FOX Approx. 4'/ pounds. Has CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call Chuck & BOATS
Ads poor vision Rabies tag number 732. kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Solterwhlte, State Farm Insurance, LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake 13500.
Answers to Teddy Last Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after Lawrence Blvd. Owner will finance. $164 per month.
r seen Wed. Keystone Height, 174 PLYMOUTH DUSTER 6 cylinder 473-4367.
evening Jan. 30, vicinity of Oak Ridge 5:30: p.m. 1/3 tfnchg .73.7272.7/19 tfn engine. 1200. 473-1773. 2tpd tfnchg. 12/6
FOR RENT Farm. Reward. 4734849. Itpd 2/7 CARPET AND VINYL Repair and In.lIollatlon. Vi ACRE Corner fenced lot septic tank
PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete 1/31-2/7
.. and light pole. Halfmoon Lake. 4000.
Free estimates. Ten
BROKEN HEARTED yearsexperience.
LITTLE
GIRL
lostgoldenbrown lawn and maintenance.Commercial 171 MAVERICK $350.
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care 473.7925.4tchg
;.' Call 473-4217 and ask for Call 17831132. Itchg: 2/7
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS shlztus dog 4 years old. or residential. Free 2/7-2/28
!.: REALTY, REALTOR Last seen Sun. evening vicinity of Craig. 5/17 tfnchg estimates. 473-2197 evenings. 8/02 tfn
Woman's Club Rd. HANDYMAN All kinds of home repairs, PETS
R.ntal Property Available 473-3376. Itchg 2/7
CLOTHES NEED THAT PERSONAL ATTEN
FOR SALE
mobllehome and fix needs.No .
1 BR, 2 BA lake Santa Fe. Unfurnished. repairs, -up
TION Call 473-7864 for Ironing services
,. No pets. $400 per month. HELP WANTED lob too small. Minor plumbing DOBERMAN-PIT PUPPIES Nine weeks,
repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul. that can't be beat. Satisfaction SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC
L' 2 BR,2 BA Gator bone lake. Completely wormed tails dopped shots. Family
furnished $400 month and $400 ing. Coll Jim 473-3671 day or evening. guaranteed every time. 1/10 tfn pipes and fittings. Water softeners w/chlldren preferred. $20. 473-2730.
security deposit. per LAKE AREA Professional family with 3/17 tfnchg. BAIYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keystone Hgts., Itpd 2/7
OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center. one child needs self motivated Individual PaM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing toddlers up to 3 years of age receive 473-4006 3/24 tfnchg 1
$200 month and $200 to manage all home respon raking light hauling, tilling. Call excellent care. Weekdays, 86. Call HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm section .
per MOBILE
deposit. security sibilities. Serious Inquire only good 473-7607 or 4732409. 1/3 tfnchg 473.7864.1/10 tfn plus organ music$995. Coll HOMES
opportunity for right person. 475-1399. FURNITURE STRIPPING and refinlshlng. 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648
KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS
Realtor 473-461 REALTY Itpd 2/7 Specializing In antiques! Hand rubbed MISCELLANEOUSPAC weekends for appointment to see. tfn I ACRE 4 Inch well septic, 3 BR 2 BA
6/21 tfnchg oil finishes Call Jackie 473-2321. SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26. IV miles double-wide. Cathedral ceilings, telling -

NOTICE tfnchg 1/24 RAT. Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture east of Melrose. Azaleas, 3 for $1. $5 fans, fireplace, 10x20 screened:

GARDEN OF. EDEN Access to Lake BOAT REPAIRS Any type fiberglass appliances household Items, limit.12/20 tfnchg porch 1'/. yrs. old. Big Tree Lakes Sequoia
Swan. Immaculate 2 BR, 1 BA with CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted repair work. 6 years experience Ed collectable, glassware, old jewerly 10x12 YELLOW NYLON carpet and pad Rd. Keystone Heights $35,000.
; sunroom. Lovely kitchen. $325 per to the lake Region Monitor office 1-462-4383 after p.m. and weekends tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 $40. Tie back print curtains and 4737925.
month. No pets. 473-1678 or 473-2647. In writing and paid In advance 4tchg 1/24-2/14 UNICORN BOOKS AND EXCHANGE Vt valance for two windows. Quilted
unless credit I I. already establishedwith WILL HOUSE-SIT In exchange for email price paperbacks/trade 2 for 1. 135 single bed spread to match $35 for set. Subscribe!
TWO BEDROOM 1 BATH MOBILI HOME this office.MONITOR living quarter. Mature couple. Flamingo St behind Monitor. Perfect for little girl's room. To see cal
On Immokalee Road. In excellent con STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Reference, 904-629-7338 or write 5667 Mon.-Sat. 10-3 1/17 tfnchg. 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 Keystone Heights:
dition. Private drive. $200 per mo. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN N.W. 61st lane Ocala. FL 32673. Itpd weekends tfchgHOUSES 473-2210

473.2566.1/31 2tchg 2/14 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 2/7
THE TELEPHONE. DEPENDABLE MAN with 2 ton truck, Need Your HouseCleaned FOR SALEBUILDER'S
FOR ALL YOURALTERATION Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon will do any type hauling chain sow i Call 473.3468Ask
NEEDS prior to Thursday publication. work dally trip to county dump Free i-. ? I CUSTOM 3 BR, 2BA home.

... CALL JOYCE Minimum charge Is 15 words for $2.75 estimates, 1.481.4265. tfnchg 2/14 large rooms, fireplace, screened for Jeff
tys' th." 10 cents for each word thereafter Call Linda porch catherdral celling. ..1r.e. Cut 'epalntng)
rltiw A l n. .' !.'" 'J I 11O' /\. NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE* Calh-I, Many extras. .. .", .,
i ...73'712".MII' & .1'.11. C. d 1C 'ru, .1' ." <4.J ,I. hI.I.. ;Pack"$6TfervvRll'eMj" tgte"farm Insurance 473-3468 IIV4\ mortgage. 473-31)f.:. 4rp4 .
Jean hmm, rips 4tears..c *.- v i. ; 1/17-2/7 '
making references.Starke. Ads 6e> Res'cilt'sll/ Lawrence Blvd., Keystone "Yards Cleaned

Heights. 473.7272.7/19 tfn
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WANTEDAXLES FOR RENT

Ads MERRETT
*TIRES Two axles and four tires.Highest ; .
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOMI PARK School Bus Bodies -.FlrewoodI --
price paid. Green's Welding Mobile Home and spaces for rent. UPHOLSTERY"Let
Subscribe/ Shop, 301 South Starke, FL. 964-5007. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone For Sale Us Cover For You" I Split OakDelivered

Today I THREE ANTIQUE CLOCKS For my own "' 68-29129116 tfnROOMS Ideal for use for storage. Call TODAY for FREE Estimates I
use. No dealers please. Call
FOR RENT Call 964-6490 SR 100 East-Lake Geneva FL Coll Jeff "733.t68ERA
1-497-3204 or 4972905.124 8tchg 3/07 Day 'Week eMonth-
MISCELLANEOUSCLOTHES WANTED ONI LARGE HOG suitable for MAGNOLIA HOTEL Or 964-8877 4732743Subscribe
sausage. Reasonable 7823364. Itpd Across from Stark. P.O. .
2/07 FURNISHED APARTMENT Three rooms wsst.
LINE CONSIGNMENT SHOP: NEED A BABYSITTER? Will babysit any and bath. Utilities furnished. No I Tiffin & Owens Inc.
Now Open. Now accepting con. age. $25 a week for on.; $33 for two. children no pets. 9645464. 1/17 tfn WANTED: StarkeCoIWonlei: ,
signments. Must be In excellent condi Call 9647083. Itpd 2/07 APARTMENT FOR RENT 2 bedrooms, unfurnished -
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and Sand. Will
tion. Call 964-3440 ask for Helen. YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES BEGINNER or furnished. With fireplace.Next Top Sell Fill Dirt purchase 964-6305 Realtor :
12/27 tfn TENNIS PARTNER (Female preferred). to Starke Elem. School. 964-3376. land or pay for soil removal '/ Formerly FAULKNER REALTY !
MUST SELL HOSPITAL BEDS $100 each. Games to be played In Stark. or 1/24 3tpd 2/07 rights.Call I
Good condition. Phone 9643213. 1/10 Keystone. Call 496-2222 Ext. 227, Ask OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Call Tiffin ft 964-8877 or 9646517INTRODUCTORY NOTICE ji'' 964-50651 Ii.
tffn for Jan. 2/07 4tchg 2/28 Owens, Inc. 9645065. Itchg 2/07 I I
FREE TO GOOD HOMEs 2 male puppies.Port 5 HP BRIGGS MOTORS OR PARTS RunnIng RENTALS AVAILABLE Coll Tiffin ft Custom
Husky. Call 9646075. 1/31 2tpd or rebuilding condition. Vertical or CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Owens, Inc. 964.5065. Itchg 2/07 should be submitted 221 lofayott St.Across from Wishbone
t 2/07 horizontal. Phone 782-3660 anytime. 24 FOOT TRAILER 1 or 2 adults only. No .
b to the Bradford _Mon-Frl ,300 m. to 5:30 p m Soturdoy o m. 12 neo
FREE PUPPIES: Chow ft Shepherd mix 2/07 2tchg 214PERSONAL p.". By appt. KOA Kampground.
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office -
ed. 10 weeks old. Also mother of puppies 9648484. 1/31 tfn County Telegraph INVESTMENT PROPERTIES
to good home! Call 7823971. SERVICESSEWING UNFURNISHED TWO BEDROOM MOBILE In In writing advance and REDUCED: 5-Unit Apt. complex In city limits.

HOME With expando living room. $175 unless paid credit Is *SPACIOUS OLDER HOME: Immaculate. Owner

MOBILE HOMES MACHINES REPAIRED All per month plus deposit of $130. Call New Season Special already establishedwith financing. Lawtey.
makes cleaned oiled and adjusted, after 6 p.m. 964.6054.2/07 2tchg 2/14 Nationwide swimming pool this office. *-INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY: Miniitorages. .
FOR SALE
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED TRAILER 808 Positive cash flow good market.
$IS. Used sewing machines for sale.James. company has new 1985 qualify THE TELEGRAPH
.Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. N. Thompson St. $150 mo., deposit$75. Inground pools. Wants STAFF CANNOT BEHELD *GRAHAM: ..5 Ac. with 3 BR, 2 BA 2-car garage,
; SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER. Hwy. and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tfn No pets. Call 9645882. Itpd 2/07 RESPONSIBLEFOR CHSA, fireplace, formal dining ft family rooms.
301 N. Stark. Come see Dee Ramon or CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM TRAILER Has (homesites for display pro- MISTAKES IN Call now.
Ray for the bargains. 964-4414 or estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. air conditioning and heat nice yard no |gram. Great savings for CLASSIFIEDS WHEN PRICED IN THE 30's: 3 BR, 1 BA. Fenced yard.
9)4.778.26 tfn Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. 3/29 pets. $200 mo plus deposit. 964-7047. homeowners who qualify. AD IS TAKEN OVER *MOBILE HOME: 12x63 on 1.89 Acres. Grow your
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Keystone tfn 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT and best THE TELEPHONE. ,I own garden.
Heights. 2 BR across from Lake MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. $150 mo. plus $75 deposit. No pets. | New pool concept Classified deadline Is *STONE FIREPLACE, CYPRESS EXTERIOR: Nestledon
Geneva. $89.00 per month $100 down. Also have quilts for sale. Assorted 964-8071. Itchg 2/07 i warranty In business. 100% TUESDAY. NOON, quiet wooded lot. Open Interior plan 3 BR,2 BA.
Must remain on lot for five years. sizes and design. Betty Hlldebrand, 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT ,financing; Immediate credit prior to Thursday Assumable mortgage

. 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfn 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg $200 mo. plus $75 deposit. No pets. available. Florida State cer- publication. *JOINS COUNTRY CLUB: 10 Ac. parcel for Investment
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit WANT TO DRINK? 9648071. Itchg 2/07 I Minimum charge Is or building site. Terms available.
$ISO mo., furnished. Purchase option. THAT YOUR BUSINESS THREE BEDROOM. ONE BATH BLOCKHOUSE I titled; Insured; Bonded. 13 words for $2.73 *LOTS OF PEACE ft QUIET: With this 2 BR, 2 BA .

Bill 473.7360KEYSTONE WANT TO STOP* with fenced yard In City. Call I 1.739.0221 then 10 cents for each home with f.p. and Ig. shed. Cathedral ceilings,
HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit, THAT'S OURS Freeman Reg!! !!. Ill,...9645888. Itchg word beautiful
FREE SOLAR THIS WEEK thereafter fully tiled kitchen ft bath finish out this
$50 down. Payments of $59 or $99 Alcoholic Anonymous LOW RENT Furnished efficiency rooms. V homestead.
call 4737560. 12/27 ....., 64-S434 CALL TODAY IN-
month. In park, SO-64-6l4-f Utilities paid. Clean quiet south of FOR r
*PRICED FOR QUICK SALE: 3 BR, 2 BA mobile
3/7 lltpd pd thru'/" Itpd WE WOULD LIKE TO INVITE FORMATION ON
Starke on U.S. 301. Call 964-7589. home with and fenced Ridge Estates.
182 FLEETWOODi 14x70. 3 BR, 2 BA on 1 WE DO ALL TYPES OF HOME REPAIRS 2/07 EVERYONE TO THE FCAN (Florida fp. yard. High
HIGH HEATING BILLS? Not with this home. 3 BR,
acre In Stark. at Crosby Lake. Has Roofing gutters, painting and some FURNISHED 2 BR TRAILER Seven milessouth Classified Ad Network
12x24 house const build. Garden spot, electrical and plumbing. Call Charlesfor of U.S. 301. Can 964-3838 or bid, Auction House ). For $125 2 BA, F.P., CHSA. Lg. screened porch.
well and .septic. Ready to move In. free estimates. ((904)) 7823332. 4682703. Itchg 2/07 U.S. 301 Stark. ((25-words), your ad 2 STORY REMODELED HOME: 4 BR. 1 BA. 2 F.P.

$29.500. Call 9644166. Itpd 2/07 11/22 tfn KITCHENETTES 1 ft 2 room.Utilities fur., We have a new line of name-brand will go Into 56 Florida *GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTIES: 2 cottages
DOUBLEWIDE Equity and pick up WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THE nlshed. Weekly. UNDERWOOD MOTEL jeans, dress slacks In men's,women newspapers (dailies across from City Hall.
payments..3 BR 2 BA. Call after 6:30: HOLIDAYS? Flat rat. $20 $35. Have Hwy 301 N., 3V4 miles N. of Stark. and children. sixes.We and weeklies) for a LOVELY 4000 SQ FT HOME In Lake Butler. Needs
p.m. 964-4780. 1/31 2tchg 2/07 references, will travel. Faye 4962980. Itpd 207MOBILE also have a new line of used fur. circulation of some TLC, 3 BR, 3 BR. Pool fallout shelter and ex-

12/06 tfnPLANNING HOMES FOR RENT One mile niture ft eppllances. Come by and 1,000,000 readers tras.
A PARTY OR WEDDING? from Starke city limits. Clean. Not: look around or call today Make that money ROAD 230: Lovely building lot approx. I'. ac.
Simple catering. For simple people children or pet*. Hwy. 16, W. Call. work. for you..Sell out past hospital.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY with extremely low prices by a certified 468-1323 10/7 tfn We Buy, Sell, Trade the FCAN way. Call NEAT 3 BR. 1 BA In Southgote Subdivision. ..

RENT/LEASE food service person. Call Debbie CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On' Open 9:30 a.m. til ??? 964-6303. ask for: *JOINS CITY PARK: Lg. lot 2 BR. 1 BA. Many ex-
964-4046 after 3 p.m. 2/f112tpd 2/14 Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call*' A Week Sylvia. Today. tros.it .
LADIES LOOK YOUR BESTS Learn professional 964-7530 or 468.132310/07 tfn 6 Days DON'T DELAY-CALL NEAR LAKE ALTO: Unique 4 BR. 2 IA cypress ..
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENT US glamour techniques and skin STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly 964-4260 964-7374 TODAYI I home with decks, fish pond over 2 acres.
301 South near Steak House. Completion care .. In the privacy of your own home rates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple *LG. FRAME REMODELED HOME: Has chain link
date expected Feb. 1985. Call FREE. By appointment only. Diane, Ave. 7/28 tfn -. fencing.

964-8944 days. 12/20 tfn 964.4696.2/014tchg 2/28 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 Travel Agent Susan IN NICE QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 BR. 1% BA.
COMMERCIAL OR PROFESSIONAL CARPENTRY WORK Porches, repairs, BA apt. For more Information call Lake Brick Assumable
BUILDING FOR RENT US 301 South. remodeling work decks, mobile home Butler Apt. 4963141. Equal Opportunity does it all -- *THE veneer FINEST IN BRADFORD mortgage.COUNTY LIVING can
Call 9648076. 1/10 tfn repairs. Call 964-6232. : 2/07 Housing. 6/7 tfnchg for that Spring -
Make now be 47 Ac. w/brlck home. Pond,
arrangements Irrigatedland.
24x.0 BUILDING PLUS TWO ACRES 300 BABYSITTING IN MY HOMES Lot of TIC. LOG SPUTTER For rent by day or hour. I yours on I
ft. on Hwy. 301. 6 MI. S. of Stark. Daytime only. Call Kathy .468-2142. Call 964-6974. 11/29 tfn. trip 1 I
Could be used for many purposes. 2/07 2tchg: 214ROTOTIUINO MOBILE HOMI-KIYSTONI HEIGHTS: 2 eWe take both domestic and Interna *LAKE LOTS with 100' on water. ,
((813)) 6898011. 2/07 4tpd 2/28 : Garden seed beds, etc.: BR, across from lake Geneva $133 per *2 LOVELY BUILDING LOTS: Restricted area off SR I
George Hoyt P.O. Box 116 Brooke month. Furnished or unfurnished 16 toward Raiford.
LOSTFOUNDLOST FL 32622. Phone 485.1861 after 4:30 473-7560. Bill 9/27 Hn *STARKE CITY LIMITS HOME: Priced In 20'.. Fane:
p.m. 2/01ltpd 228C 2 ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCY In ed yard.
4 C MINI STORAGE Hwy 301 South. Lawt.,. Call 7823458. 11/22 Hn BEAUTIFUL AC. HILL LOT on Santa Fe River.
BLACK AND WHITE MALI SPRINGER Starke. 9646020.4mile S. of Shopp- UPSTAIRS APARTMENT 2 BR, portly fur. eHAMPJON Assum.mta.9ViN.\ _
. ; SPANIEL Vicinity of Slarke' or ing Center. Itchg; 2/07 nished. $173 mth.. 1st and last $100 ASSOCIATES.
Camp Blandlng. Nome of dog Mur- GLASS CUT TO ORDER Door, window., .ac:. dep.s a BR DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT RENE FAULKNER 964-5142 SUSAN FAULKNER 964-4041
I,' phy. Reword will be offered. 3768618. etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY refrlg. only $2SO per mth, 1st OU YOUNG 964.7525 BOB MATHEWS 964.728
,'. Itchg 2/07 9646071. Order also taken In lake and last $100 damage dep. Call LISE'JOHNS 533-2783 REX SIEMER.473-21
BLUE VINYL BAG Reward Butler, .".3079. and Keystone No please.
after
LOST DARK 964-8464 pets 4444 .
p.m. MS N. Temple Ave. 964- offered. 964-8600. Itehg 2/07 Heights, 473.4973.2/26 tfn 1/31 2tchg 2/07







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ObituariesJohn
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J. Banister Survivors include one daughter, Survivors Include one daughter,
John J. "Joe" Banister "I, of Mrs. Anne Dekle of Lake City; three Georgia R. Tamburo of Keystone
Starke died Saturday Feb. 2. from grandchildren and six great grand Heights; one son, William R. Riddellof I
children. Pensacola and five
gunshot wounds near hlamptonBorn grand-
in Gainesville, Mr. Banister Funeral services were held children.
was a lifelong resident of the area. Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 3 p.m. at the Private family services were held.
He was an electrical: installer for First Baptist Church of Lake Butler The family requests no flowers, and
with Rev. Melvin Owen and Rev. contributions be value Ein
Western Electric in Palatka and may made to the / !
Robert Davis Burial Heart Fund. -
served in the U.S.Air Force. He was officiating. was
of the Methodist faith. in Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler,
Survivors include his wife, Debra Archer Funeral Home of Lake .
Amanda Butler In charge of arrangements.The irai ei 19ElSAVINGFORM'Y
Ann Banister; one daughter, I I
Jean Banister and one son, John family requests in lieu of / '
flowers, donations may be made to
Ceree Banister, all of Starke; his
Banister of the Lake Butler First Baptist Q 8
Ruth
,Ceree and
parents
Church Building Fund. FV9iWiV.; ;
Gainesville; one sister, Lana Kay B. '
Halbrook of Alachua; and half- ,
sisters Barbara Ann Shuman of Mrs. Dorothy M. Mayers *
Jacksonville and Jane Allen of Mrs. Dorothy Margaret Mayers, g ir4
Lavonia, Ga.Funeral 89, of Starke, died Thursday evenIng -
services will be held Jan. 31, in Alachua General
Thursday, Feb. 7, at 10 a.m. at Hospital following an extended il
Forest Meadows Funeral Home lness.
Chapel Burial will be in Forest Born and raised in Sterling,Conn.,
Meadows Memorial Park-East, 3700 Mrs. Mayers moved to Starke in 1980
S.E. Hawthorne Road, under the where she has resided since. She
Meadows was of the Catholic faith.
direction of Forest
1 1 t 1 11' I
include
Funeral Home of Gainesville. Survivors one daughter,
Mrs. Alice Shirley Locker of Starke
James D. Phillips and four grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services were held at 8:30: .
James D. Phillips, 85, of Crystal
Thursday night, Jan. 31, at the
Lake, Theressa, died in Miami,Jan. p.m.
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
30, following a short illness.A .
Home in Starke. Burial was in ,
for 25
resident of Theressa
Mr. Phillips was retired Flagler Memorial Park Cemetery in I ,
years firefighter for the city of Miami and Miami, Fla. with Archie Tanner MINI ., Jbmr /
Funeral Home of Starke in of
charge .
'A
Church.
attended Hope Baptist .
1
Survivors include one daughter, arrangements.Mrs.
Mrs. Carolyn J. Ward of Miami; Linnie R. Dobbs
three sons, William C. (Bill) Phillips
of Palatka, James D. Phillips, Jr. Mrs. Linnie Roberts Dobbs, 84, of
and Joseph E. Phillips, both of Lawtey, died Thursday morning,
Miami; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Jan. 31, at Bradford County COUNTERPOINT 5
Mims of Atlanta and Mrs. Jewel illness.Hospital, Inc. following an extended 399 199
Krause of Texas; seven grand-
Born and raised in Union
children and nine great grand County, TOWELS
Mrs. Dobbs
moved to Lawtey at an I
children.Graveside funeral services were early age; was the daughter of the YOUR HOW TO CARPETFor PLAN ONE POUND ELMER'S HAND TOWELS 1.50 8 ROLL CORONET
late John and Arbit Roberts Den
held Cemetery at 11, with a.m.the Feb.Rev.4 Harry, at Hope Var- mark, former pioneer residents of many shoppers,a purchaseis CHOCOLATE HEART BOX WASHCLOTHS . $1 Reg. 1.92. Limit 2 packs.
nadoe officiating. Jones Funeral Union County and was a member of made after little deliberation,
Home of Keystone Heights in the Lawtey Baptist Church. or on the spur of the moment
charge of arrangements.Mrs. Survivors include one daughter, This kind of shopping leads to
Mrs. Loedith Hewitt of Tallahassee; wasteful spending. With some
three sons, Casey Dobbs of Jackson-
can save a great
forethought
Jewell S. ColemanMrs. ville, Cecil Dobbs and Arlie Dobbs, you
Jewell Smith Coleman, 86, of both of Lawtey; and 16 grand deal of money if you plan your
Lake City, died Monday morning, children. purchases wisely.
Feb. .4,at her residence following an Funeral services were held at 11 Review your situation fre-
extended illness. a.m. Saturday morning, Feb. 2, at quently, particularly your long
Born in Levy County Mrs. Col- the Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral range goals. Then, buy a little at
eman had lived there until moving to Home of Starke with Rev. Edgar a time according to your means,
Lake Butler in 1917 where she lived Wilkinson officiating. Burial was in so that when those larger goalsare
until moving to Lake City three Riverside Cemetery in Jacksonvillewith reached, you do not have to
years ago. She owned and operated Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof buy everything you need at once.
Coleman's Store on Main Street for Starke in charge of ar We "
Check with us. can help you
30 years. She was on the Democratic rangements.
for better future, with
plan a
Committee in Union County for
many years; was a past Matron of quality carpet now.Teal j
the Lake Butler Chapter No. 40 Ruth Martin Riddell
Eastern Star; member of the Ruth Martin Riddell, 85, of Tile s 1 tI
Woodmen's Circle and a member of Jacksonville died Sunday, Feb. 3.
the First Baptist Church of Lake A native of Michigan, Mrs. Riddell & Carpet ,
Butler. had lived in Jacksonville since 1967.
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Pin. Level l Youth BPW Members Attend .

Attend ConcertThe District Meeting Did -
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Three members of the Starke Mr. and Mrs. R O. Dansby visited
Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves, in at-
young people of Pine Level Business and Professional Women'sClub degrees awarded by the Mr. and Mrs Roy Andrews in tended a Change of Command din
Baptist Church attended a concert, attended the District III conference University of Florida fall semester Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. ner party Saturday night at the of
presented by students of Word of of the organization in Lake were: Benjamin Perry Bryant Jr., ficer's club at Jacksonville Naval
r Life Institute Scroon Lake New City Saturday.Local BS, LS; Frederick Lee Graudon and Mrs Luther Bowman of Station.
0 York at Tyson Auditorium Lake City president.Jeanne Lee, at BSEE EG; Alan David Mon Jacksonville, the former Myrtle
/4 on Saturday night Jan. 26. tended the board meeting while tgomery BSBA BA; Alice Faye Jones of Starke, have moved to Myr Miss Linda Bakken gave a family
The concert entitled "Genesis", Desta Dyal represented the club at Newman Waters BAE ED; tie Beach S.C., to make their home dinner party Sunday night at her
was based on the lives of the six ma- the nominating committee and then William Edward Strickland. BSE, with their son-in-law and daughter, home for her parents Mr. and Mn.
jor characters of the book of Genesis with Lillian Pearson attended the AG; Robert Wayne Bass BS, LS, all Mr. and Mrs. Charles Godfrey. Donald Bakken who left Tuesday
Adam, Noah Abraham, Isaac general meeting.Officers of Starke. for their home in Breckenridge
Joseph. Music multi- for the new year were Among things a person could do Minn., after two weeks visit. Approximately
r media and drama were used in por- elected and District plans were explained Mr. and Mrs. J.T.Carver attendeda without Is the quip "Have a Nice 30 members of the-
traying the lives of each character. by Director Ray Ross of birthday dinner Friday night at the Day", at the bottom of their staggering family attended.
Before the concert, the group en- Jacksonville. District III will host Red Lobster in Jacksonville honor- utility bill!
Joyed supper at McDonalds. Accompanying the State Convention in 1987 which ing William Horne. Edward N. Green returned Jan. 26
the group were Pastor and will be held at the Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy Green were after two weeks in Pusan Korea ona
Mrs. Roman Alvarez and other Sheraton.A Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper visited dinner guests Saturday night at the National Guard training service
Nelda M. Davis couples,of the church. workshop on District coordina- their daughter Mrs. Clarinell home of Mr. and Mrs Lamar Sim- maneuver.uw..W..W..m'.m'mmmmm..
Lamar SimsN0lda tion with local clubs and the state Branham, and family in Chipley la"t mons in Hawthorne celebrating hisaunt's
organization was conducted by Friday and Saturday. Mary Lou Harris of
Mosley Davis Elizabeth Brown of Jacksonville. Gainesville, 75th birthday.
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Plan April WeddingMr.

and Mrs. Lloyd Mosley of
Starke announce the engagementand
approaching marriage of their VALE WHINE
daughter Nelda Mosley Davis to
Lamar Sims son of Mrs. Lanita
Sims and the late George Sims of
Alexander City Ala.
The wedding will be an event of
April 12, at 7:30 p.m. at the Wescon- SAVINGS
nett Church of God 5817 Catoma _
Street Jacksonville. All friends and
relatives are invited to attend. AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE

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na Lou's outside office wall and ii J1 ,
greeted the couple upon their arrivalat NSJJF
marriage.the office following their surprise e d1 MpROVEO

Appropriate piano music was provided "' __ CCdCk@rM.
during the reception hours by Jack yoawt
Miss Christy Johns and Miss Lori VAIEWiINttiIn
McKinney.Mr. .
and Mrs. Hurse and other ,wn 1M"11 Uj K
members of the receiving line were YUlua '' a O
presented with white carnation corsages ,,, IriaANUuo s 0r1jcg
and boutonnieres upon their \
arrival.
The hostesses presented the shampoo NASnt% fief vlYU41 p 4
honorees with a large, elegant EPSI' '
silver coffee service tray as a, -W
memento of the occasion.
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special afternoon with Myrna b --
Lou and Dave were the following

from out-of-town: IVORV.DAWN or JOV PERTI5.OrPRELI PEPSI. DIET PEPSI, KODAK VR DISC
Mr. and Mrs. Lanier Clyatt Mr. 1.09 DISH DETERGENT 2.37 7-OZ.CONCENTRATE 1.07 CAFFEINE FREE I CCLEOVALENTINETRAY 2.29 FILM
and Mrs. Joe Harrison Mrs. LottieL. 22-OZ.Whilequantities Or 16 02. LIQUID Or MOUNTAIN DEW HERSHEV'S' or CRACKER 15 EXPOSURES
Archer Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Archer last Limit 2 whilequantities 2-1ITERS Limit 2 JACK VALENTINES 1 29
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crawford limit last --
Robert Driggers Mr. and Mrs. Bill
McGill Miss Brenda Whitehead 1 ,
Mrs. Bill Riley Mrs. Babs Mont ------
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petit, Mrs. Bob Gaubatz Mrs. Doyle --
Hazen, Miss Harriett Maines, Mr. I1
and Mrs. Hal Maines, Miss Susan
Harrison Miss Tisha Harrison Mr. y Ir: ? v pes''I' cnfd"e. ;
and Mrs. Paul Riherd Mrs. Ter- '
rence Rhoades Mr. and Mrs. W.A.
'\ Howard Jr.,and Mr. and Mrs. W.H.
Howard, Sr., all of Lake Butler..
r Mrs Joe Nonnan.JJrs. JlmJCoz 0 elanee+m "" w r ac 5ca 1 +.n.o r. 'a. + Eh }f ,
pJd 1IMl'I..C."SiNeat. MfsTJ._ rAA A/In fflb BASF 60-MINUTE f>SUNLINE SWEETARTS MM MUSICAL HEART
G. Sapp Mrs. Dave Bass Mrs. Joe ''a gg2475RegE19.99 !.U VI/90-MIN 2's TAPES. 399t S.gSReg.59.99 gg r POPS Reg.1.39 8-OZ.BAG U ta///VALENTINE .Sg10S
Cason Mrs. Lavada Polhill Mrs.
Betty Wilkerson Mrs.E.H. Wallace _
J.D. Griffis all of Raiford.
Mrs. Elsie Douglas Mrs. John M.
Howard Sr., Mrs. Amos Howard
Mrs. Georgia Mizelle Mr. and Mrs. r'r KorditeTRASH
E.D. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Warren x d"N Reg.449m&n _
Mizelle and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred rJ _
all of _
Elixson Worthington Springs.Mr. -
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and Mrs. John H. Mott, Mr. ,
and Mrs. John Munson and Joey, U __ _

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Skinner Miss ,_ _
Stephanie Sanderson Mrs. Joe Murphy
and Donna Mr. and Mrs./ Fran KOROITE BROCK VALENTINE i CADBURV'S MILK
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cis Johnson Mrs. A.T. Douglas Mr. gT00THPASTE3.02. I ( BACS20.26CAL.Reg. a/SSCumltetlauant8le_ ;1.0PegT10.50 g Reg.3.99BOX
and Mrs. William Sapp and Mrs. i v rLlmit2ACKOF42 .2.49farnatio a
Arlene Post, all of Gainesville.Mr. .
and Mrs. Ronald Hurse, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Hurse Mr. and Mrs. _:
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Brian Hurse Mr. and Mrs. Tim 03 Diet
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Miss Amy Morgan Miss Eddie s NSIIIE aorooorol WEIGMI n t '

Morgan, Mrs. Elaine Morgan, Mrs. ,
YNS kE wEIGNI Ears ::Y'P" rsM
Elmo Rahn C.L. Rahn and W.C. uS ;a ,
Rahn all of Jacksonville.Mr. ..
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and Mrs. Tom Covington of / ,. ion,nuitaWIOmoiOtfllM\ 5ou1r.."ICtIOll I..
'MM1IUM_.UU ITOIUCH 1
Macclenny; Mrs. Eugene Nease oft,
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Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Williard --d _ _ _
Graham of Providence; Mr. and MAALOX PLUS |5CO/ REGULAR PRICE REGULAR PRICE # REGULAR PRICE
Mrs. J.T. Rahn Heather Travis 1 29ALKA.SELnER 2 'ANTACID 12-OZ. 4 99cARNATIONDIET ODO ILL CONVENTIONAL 66 /0 ALL SWEATERS
and Amber Rahn Mr.and Mrs.Jim- .W1 BOTTLE Limit 2 BLANKETS I Selection LADIES
my Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. James OFF Selection may vary, OFF,1 OFF 6.oo&UP
Richardson all of High Springs;
Mrs.Lawrence Dugger and Mrs.Joe

Hitchcock of Keystone of Heights Heilbron; ........
Mrs. Marjorie Murphy
Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Frazier W() JtOF
Mountain Miss Diane Mountain of
jUri;
Brooksville; Mrs. H.A. Mountain of'
Kansas City; Dr. and Mrs. Jim 1 Com b out.COIdloon...
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Pumphrey Mrs. Joyce Tucker and "r
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Mrs. Joe Beard all of Tallahassee;

Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Yandle of Ocala Miss; I .. _
Mr. and Mrs. Blair Harrison,
Robin Harrison and Miss Susan
Harrison of Orlando; and Dr. and / e//'GENTLE-TREATMENT OHNS N'S 1 ggW01LRLDSSHEENOFCURLS I 1 /V4U f8UF-PUF CLEANSING FACIAL SPONCI g jMirxi6'U U TABLETOP HIB ACHI I 9< f UU fVOLDINC CAMP STOOL I g ggREGALrK75oaPOLYPERKv
Mrs. C.R. Huston and Scott of Lake REM RELAXER .993 TYPES if if Reg.14.99 I */ / /Reg.499 j [ .
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422 N. St. Clair 9S4-544S ti
Walter F. Monte Pastor .can now save on your, next 1 /

We invite you to worship with us. -- r prescription.Introducing .
ATTENDED NURSERY j I, .
Suntey School . . 10 I.m Methyldopa the _
Mwirtno.WwiMp . , 11 im Eckerd Brand Equivalent for
Evtring.. Strafe . . 6 p.m.' / =.. Aldomet.Ask your Eckerd pharmacist -
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Published every Thursdayat c Sale Prices Good Thru sat.. Feb. 9th. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.
133 W. Call Street

Starke Florida 32091 /

Second Class postage paid at. Bradford Sq. Shopping Center v

Starke, FloridaSubscription 831 S. Walnut Strict. Stark

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, r I Did You. Know Lawtey News I

by Elisabeth Terry spent Saturday with'Mr. and Mrs.
I.i' Mr. and Mn. Herbert Thomas phone 782-3300 Harold Eunice. mother Mrs. Janie Higginbotham, parents Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse., returned from a three week trip to
L Mrs. Fred Moore with of Maxville, on Sunday afternoon. They celebrated Roene's 10th birthday Arizona. They visited their
,,. j I:. were Monday sister-in-law luncheon guests Mr.of and her Personals... members of her family at met the home Mn. Loraine WUklson went to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse and daughter, Karen, and her family in
and ,
brother Bill Halle in Palatka. Joey and Jenny Boch of of Mrs. Fred Boyer at Fairfield spend a week with their son-in-law Mike, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bisbee,and took day trips to Tucson andDouglal.
.Mn.' Gainesville spent the long weekend from Monday until Thursday.Those and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wheeler and family came to the birthday Tombstone, Sierra Vista
Mrs. Evelyn Chastain attendedthe with their grandmother,Mrs.Daisy enjoying{the house party were Rev. King,In Louisville Ky. party. .Their daughter-in-law,Linda -
Southern Travelers Jewelers Boch, and their great grandmother, George Boyer of Augusta, Ga.,Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward spent Sun- ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert, lee haveIII' accompanied, them.,- .
.Assn. Winter show in Atlanta Jan. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Jewel Wade of Tampa, Miss Rachel day with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ed- .
2729. Deepest sympathy of the com- Boyer of Jacksonville, and David wards In Jacksonville
munity is extended to Mrs.' Luell Boyer of Silver Springs. Mrs. Hazel Moran was hostess fora Cox & Air Conditioning Service
Al Kay Carlisle attended the Tanner In the death. of her husband Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt ,of birthday party honoring her Appliance
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American Hospital Association Luell Tanner on Thursday. Our Gainesville visited their' mother, mother,Mrs.Moral Clemons,sister
meeting in Washington,D.C.Sundayto prayers are with the family Mrs. Carl Prevatt, on'Thursday Mrs.Essie Sapp of Palatka,and her 964-T462

Wednesday.Mrs. Julius Eunice spent Friday night afternoon. sister-in-law, Mrs. Minnie Oforn. of ____________:.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Teston of Little Rock,Ark.. Lake Butler They celebrated their
Jim Hardee and son Chris, Harold Eunice. spent from Thursday until Sunday birthdays with a big cookout and 31 Service and Repair on:
of Leesburg,spent the weekend with Deepest sympathy of the com- with his mother, Mrs: Minnie guests were present. For All Major Appliances Air Conditioning
her Mr. and Mrs. Frank munity is extended to the family of Teston. refreshments they had ice cream
parents
Mitchell and attended the circus in Mrs. A.D. Dobbs, whose death occurred Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell are and birthday cake. Each laty Refrigeration Electrical
Jacksonville.Mrs. on Thursday morning. Our visiting their son-in-law and received many lovely gifts and each JOE COX, OWNER
prayers are with the family daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Car- one enjoyed the party very much.
Ewell Lawson has returned Mr and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake roll of Boca Raton. Cabellos and Roena, !t. 2, Box__2116 (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd.) Starke Florida 32091
Melton of Hamoton Mrs. James Waters her Michelle, _and .Jane visited her
Arthur ,
after two months visit with her son City and visited .. .. .--
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and dauzhter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
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Jerry Lawson, in Shalimar, Fla. L

Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawson were in
Dothan Ala.last Sunday to Tuesday
and attended the funeral of a
brother-in-law Henry Graddick, on
Monday.Mrs. PER POUND

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Marcia Bedell and Mr. and _
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Mrs. Tom Nickerson of Holbrook r
L.I., were Monday overnight guestsof
Mrs. Flossie Prescott. Mrs. Lots of
Prescott had as guests last week Mr.
and Mrs. LaForest Salisbury of Canaan

Maine.

Mrs. C.B. Ruckdeschel returned Chicken
Monday after two weeks visit with _
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Jones in Wilmington, Dela. where
her father underwent surgery.
5 LB AVG. PKG.

Duplicate Bridge Club results for
Jan. 29 were: first Yvonne SAVE 20' PER LB
Riechmann and Allene Brew; second -
Luclle Green and Vernie
Odom; third Jack and Louise
Burnette and fourth Myldred. Cut-
tino and Lillian Stump. PRICES &COUPONS EFFECTIVE THURS.,FEB. 7 THRU WED.,FEB 13, 1005.WE REDEEM FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS

Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith and _'
GROCERYSmoked 1
daughter Terri had dinner at the TENDER HICKORY
SHANK
Shogun Restaurant Saturday nighton PORTION
Mrs. Smith's birthday.
Campbell'sTomato
Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. J. Ellis
Byrd and Mrs. James Blackshearwere !
in Orlando Friday and Saturday Soup
to attend the Crusade Kickoff
.; meeting of the American Cancer

., Society. Hams I 1 9 <=

Mr.and Mrs.A.B.Whitehead have IJ' Tomato 1o. 5oz
: had as visitors their grandson LB CAN
Michael Bishop of the University of ... '
SAVE 30 PER LB :3 Florida, on Sunday and Mrs. Orin UMIT2 WITH A$10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
Reddish, Jr. of Lake Butler on Mon-
,day. SAVEiO':! PER LB TOASTED OATSCheerios
USDA GRADE A PER POUND Cereal . . 15eox 1.89

Menus LargeBaking DOLE
Lunch

.. Bradford County Middle School SmokPD'Breasts.::::N. . ...90 Pineapple Juice . . d1 021.29

and all elementary schools WEAVER'S DEEP FRED HEAT 1 SERVE 69"

M""d'ay. Feb. 11:, Tacos, buttered com ap- Chicken . 2.49Dens Hungry Jack Potatoes
pleuuce cookie,milkrrtertm \ JK :: ... -.s.w .r. . . .R. l"jP
. .< : mashed .
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'' 7 ., ,.'potatoes,buttered green peal chocolate cake hot Pure Beef Burgers''Tt3.99' ", ; ,. ',I' BATH sro BARS '
on. '
rolls,milk.Wednesday.. SAVE S0 PER LB Irish Spring Soap .TTSScott's-.:vv
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Feb. 13: Beef-A-Ronl, cheese stix, PLANTATION WHOLE HOG BREAKFAST PER POUND
garden salad fruit crisp hot rolls,milk. Sausage Patties . =1.39
Thursday,Feb 14., Barbecued chicken macaroni CUMBERLAND GAP
) cheese green beans,peaches biscuits,milk. TABLE TREAT STEAK
cabbage Friday Feb.slaw,15 cake. Whaler milk on a Bun, trench, Cries, Sandwich Steaks . 3 5.99 Smoked or Polish $179 d"""' }

SHELLY UTE LOW CAL DEUOOUS ASSTTX VARIETY ECONOMY PACK
Bradford County High School Seafood Entree . ItOZ'( .1.99 Sausage .I t.... .
Monday.Feb.Hi Spaghetti W,meat sauce cheeseI OLDTOWNE Napkins149
I I stix,garden salad,fruit crisp,hot rolls milk. '
Tuesday Feb. 12 Sausage, rice ) tomato gravy, Pure Pork Sausage ROLL .99 SAVE 40 'r'; :
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,fruit-lopped cake,cornbread milk. ':.
. turnip greens LEAN MEATYPork 12-OZ PACKAGE # -
, I Feb. 13. Barbecued beef on bun, It $
Wednmday.trench fries,green beans,key lime milk. Ribs "SSZT. .s Pea L.1.19 PLANTATION ..,i
Thursday Feb 14,Pizza,cabbage slaw,fruit cup, CELLO WRAPPED FROZENSeafood > '
cinnamon roll,milk. Sliced $ 139 COUNT
Friday Feb. 15: Barbecued chicken,macaroni ) Fillets. . . ml.39
cheese, green lima beans peaches, cookie hot Bacon
rolls milk.

ALA-CARTE 3GZ

Monday-Pizza, hamburgers trench triel, Jell- All Flavors . .29
milkshakes. ,O,J.. 70 PER LB
U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE SAVE
Tuesday-Cheeseburgers,O.J..pizza,french fries, AUNT JEMIMA

Wednesday-French milkshakes fries, hamburgers, Pancake Mix . . 2LBS .99
milkshakes,O.J.,pizza. Beef Cubed
Thuriday-French fries pizza cheeseburgers $ 49 AUNT JEMIMA
O.J.,milkshakes Pancake Syrup .99
Frlday-Corndogs,pIZza. milkshakes french fries hamburgers CHUCK a

[Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch or SACRAMENTO
salad 1 bar or they may purchase a-ta-earte!. Tomato Juice
Steaks . . 4602 .79
Hampton Hilites I

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;I by phone Dolores 468-1915 Meng FAMILY SIZE PKG. POUND Shenandoah


Hampton Elem. School.. c . ,
, .' On Tuesday night, Jan. 29, theFT . j Apple Juicei
A.held a meeting at the school
Judy Archey, president, presided at i
this meeting. STORE DELI/BAKERY= DAIRY f DELI $

Debbie Broome, treasurer, IN THE DELI/BAKERY/ STORES ONLY 129
reported a profit of $1600 on the October
Halloween Carnival. INDIVIDUAL SLIDESKraft 64OZ
Profit realised on Santa's HALF POUND Velveeta . oz1.89
Christmas Shop was reported to be LEANSTORE: SLICED BLUB BONNET
$212 by chairman Sallye Sco, ns. $199 Margarine Quarters. pa UI .59:
Louie Marney volunteered to be CornedBeef ; PANTRY PRHXREOULAR CM;LOW CAL
chairman of the Bar-B-Que
Spring
. .49
CottagoCheese a40Z
scheduled for a later date. 105OZ \,
Popcorn and drinks are sold every ASSORTED / \
other Friday afternoon at the school Crowley Yogurts 3, MH i .OO Grandma's
by the PTA. More parents are need- VIRGINIA STYLEBaked! .
ed to continue this service for the Ham . . Po Sl.79 SAVE 1ZI' Chewy $149

Children. STORE SLICED,ONION.HOT PEPPER TROPICANA HALF 50'C 00 ki es
Room count for best representation ,
of parents at this meeting Flavored Cheese .Ptwe/o 1.79 GOLD N' PURE 100%

resulted in a tie between the second FRESH MADE! Orange
NABSMO 1102 STRIPPED
HALF SHORTBREAD Oft
and third grade.Children from these Antipasto Salad . POUND 99 $149 12.I.OZwmt
grades will be served free popcornas TWO VEGETABLES.A ROLL Juice Party Grahams. . . 0881.19
a reward on the next popcorn sale Bar-B-Que Dinner. '2.99 NAMSCONUla
P
4. day FRESH BAKEDTorpedo Wafers . .. ix 1 .49

/ Girl Scout News... Rolls . . .61.89FRESH 'tof

i I' Girl Scouts in this area are now BAKED SAN FRANCaCO Lykes BAKERY
I selling cookies..For more Information French Bread 3SC&* . .49 PANTRY FMDE .
I I contact Debbie Broome, 'VALENTINE Grill $949' French Bread 2 .
.. iwz1.O9
:. 468-2882. Cup Cake. . . 611.59 ,,,,' "
. .Franks BUY GET FREE I PACK
Super P.E. Students... LAROE CHOCOLAOT CHIP HEART
Decorated Cookie *c:1.99 MEAT OR BEEF Irish Seven Crain Mtrfiln8 . 89
Keith Tetstone:, coach has named
: the following as;Super: P.E.Studentsfor POTATO.coLt SLAW OR MA MOMMoines's Pantry Pride
the week, Jan.28 to Feb. 1: Roy .69
Salads.
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t t Rhoden, Ruth Jolea, Paula Rhoden '
Angela Baker, Mike McKenzie VALENTINE wl/cxwILPOReaEAOaelrtTm King Size Bread
Regina Padgett Jodi Ford andNicole $949 Claussen Pickles ... 1.49/
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Birth..... Crosby's to send Matt to school and Roll: Wendy Williams, Tammy Magyar, Eric Mason Josee Miller, CommunityNews '
; 117. C.E."..."Davis help in the'daily chores, returning Jonas, and Cindy Weimer. Jace Pierce Larlssa Scott Shawn .
I ph.M48SlM4Brooker Patricia Barlene Crosby home to Cape Coral Jan. 20. A Honor Roll students In Mrs. Thompson, Cortna Sumner. Most -
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crosby, announce McLeod' 2nd grade class were ..Improved: Conan Sumner.
Athletic Assoc... the birth of their daughter Brooker School News... Megan Pillow and Rebekah Welch. _

.. The BAA will bold its first meeting Patricia Earlene. on Jan. 8, In Brooker Elementary School is A-B Honor Roll students are Amber Mrs. Etiell's 6th grade class by Elizabeth Walker
of the season Thursday night Feb.?, Alacbua General Hospital having book fair from Feb.13 to 19, Combs Jason Dodd Kristy Starling, report A Honor Roll student Josh phone 4-s483
at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. Gainesville She weighed in at 6 lb. In the school library. There and Eric Wilkerson. Academic Crawford
are
A-B Honor Roll student Dell
14 ox. and ; Chapter 168 O.EJ3...
Several things will come up for measured 19ft inches. books on sale for every taste from Achievement Amy Hallmark and are Christina Bath David Hall
discussion t during the Paternal grandparents are Hazel award Doug Colson. Student of the Dell :
winners to favorite James Smith and Kevin Snow. Chapter 1811 O.E.S.will sponsor -
on the agenda will be theectioon off Carlton of Starke and the late Hugh characters(even books for parents). 6-Weeks: Rebekah Welch. Most Improved a Chat and Chew Activity Thursday -
:. new officers for the upcoming Butler Crosby. Maternal grandparents Fair hours during the day are from : Doug Colson.A Feb. 14, at 7:30: p.m. In the
season. Parents of the Dixie Youth are CDR and Mrs. E.F. 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Purchase good Honor Roll students In Mr*. A-B Honor Roll students In Mrs. Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street.
T-Ball softball and baseball Hilderbrant USN Ret,of Cape Cor- books and support your school. Pillow'3rd grade class were Jason W.t.on.5th grade class are Shawn The Masonic family is Invited.
., players,. also community members al. Patricia joins a brother Mat- Everyone welcome. Corbine, Amy Crews Shondee Bass Phillip Crawford Larry Par-
Interested. in encouraging athletes in thugh Butler, who Is 6tt years old. Award:3rd Six Weeks Lewis, and Melissa Weimer. A-B rlsh, and Chris Snow. N.A.A.C.P. News...

the community are urged to attend Personals... In Mrs.Cook's kindergarten claw, Honor Roll student were Eugene The monthly meeting of the
this meeting. Jake Keene presidentof Most Improved student was Kevin Carman Mandy Garrard and Matt N.A.A.C.P. will be held Tuesday
the association announces there CDR and Mrs. E.F. Hilderbrant Andrews.A Stafford. Academic Achievement: 1 Feb. 12, at 7:30: p.m. in the annex of
01, Is a great need for coaches and umpires arrived at the Crosby home in time Honor Roll student In Mr. Mary Dunne and Jamie Wilkerso Greater Allen Chapel Church. All interested -
at this time. If you are in to help Hugh Crosby celebrate his Vellen,.'* lit grade class were Mat- A Honor Roll students from Mrs. citizens are invited to at-
terested contact Keene. birthday around Jan. 6. The new thugh Crosby Melissa McLeod Melvln's 4th grade class are Stephen Some people believed tend.
granddaughter arrived on the 9th so Julie Robinson,Nadia Hardan Kelp McLeod. A-B Honor>Roll students they could calm a
Mrs. Hildebrant remained with-!the. ,Griffls! Saul Urrutia. A-B Honor .were Mitchel Gainey, Jennifer whirlwind by throwing DAY Chapter 61...
ashes Into it.
The first meeting of the Disabled
American Veterans Starke Chapter
61 was held Jan.10.George Woodardof
Melrose was elected chapter
treasurer.He was also appointed by
Commander Billy Voamans adju-

PER POUND tant.All Disabled Veterans are invitedto
the next monthly meeting Thursday -
WASHINGTON STATE Feb. 14, at 7:30: p.m. at the
Pratt St.
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Apples Day celebration...

Our school celebrated Florida's
100th Arbor Day on Thursday, Jan. '
17. Students selected in
were grades
LUNCH BOX SIZE K-S to participate in the program.

Filming the program was BHS student -
Drew Davis. Our student body
and faculty viewed the program
Thursday afternoon.
-III GROCERYDel Introducing the program was our
principal.Mr.McLeod.The children
CAUFORNIA CAUFORNIA
3 met Smokey the Bear who talked to
Navel Large them about protecting our trees.
Monte Students selected for singingwere
Oranges Tangerines : kindergarten-Robert Hewett
Morgan Reddish, Kim Purvis,Erica
Tomato Sauce I1 I < Johns and Adam Adkins; first grade
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$ Robbie Hicks, Jamie Gotts, Paul
6/$1 Cohens Lynn Welch. Yemeake
: ;: Fountain and Lisa Thomas; second
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(: LBBAQ grade Darron Lee Shelly Rogers
1 9 Erin Brewer, and Julie Walker;
aoz 7 third grade Strong,Jonathan
CAN Smith, Cindy Jackson and Traci
'V CRISP Crawford; fourth grade Abel
? MUi Jumbo NORTH CAROUNA Campbell Stacy Bryan, Calvin
ReOUUUXMN, MARSHMALLOW OR UTE SweetPotatoes Walker and Robin Register; fifth
Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa 1ZOZ 1.19 Celery grade Deana Holiday Shaun
'; Jenkins, Marie McKinney and Kelli
YEU4WMCE
STALK- Hatcher.
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Rfce..A.RonI..2 eoz1.00 Selected to- read the poem
zRaes NTA9 \1 "Trees", by Joyce Kilmer was fifth
.,WWTE OR ASSORTED ,) grader Tasha Powell.
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ScottTlssue.1.98 7c 59 Guest speaker was David Norton
from the Forestry Dept. The impor-
soz tance of Arbor Day was stressed.
Hunt's Tomato Pasta . 311.09 More than 100 schools In Florida
celebrated Arbor Day.
Our thanks to all who helped to
Fab SNOW WHITEFresh make the program a success.

Y GenericPeanuts PTA Chili Supper...
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Detergent 2Mushrooms ..,. The PTA Chili Supper will be
\ Thursday Feb. 28, at 6 p.m. in our
30 OFF LABEL cafeteria. Cost is $1.00 for chili
S r $ -179 crackers,and tea.At 7 p.m.,a music
$ $ I 89 presentation will begin and at 7:30

lgg 160Z our Superintendent of Schools, Jim
4302 iy 1&OZPKQ. JAR Duncan, will speak. He will also
BOX answer questions from the audience.

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CHUNK MIXED hnuii w" Sgt. Rita Gvddas

Ubby's Ute Fruits . 1eoz .79 Is Top CadetIn

Tornado BattalionCadet

Alpo Beet Dog Food . LBs2.39
Sergeant Rita Geddes was
uaz @ awarded the honor of being the
Nasties Moraels..1.99 Outstanding Cadet of the third six-
weeks by Bradford High JROTC
I Battalion Executive Officer Cadet
Truckload
Itesties Qullc . . ., 2.99 Major Abby Foster Wednesday
Good Feb. 6.Cadet.
of Sgt. Geddes, who has just
Hormel B Foods! completed her second ;year in
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JROTC was chosen for this award
a because of her massive knowledgeof
Chili the JROTC organization her
outstanding mastery of drill
WTTH BEAMS movements and her impressive appearance -
REGULAR OR HOT FrancoCampbell's ? Recipe iLLaAmerican" at each weekly inspection.

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Food3l Shane Johnson
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1502 Spaghetti BeanstaaNS Completes Basic Training -

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MTEN9VE eu.REGULAR OR MOl! Melba B. Johnson of Starke has
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Vasellno, Swanson Vlasiq ", LayerCake Recruit Training Command, Great

SO COUNT Chicken & I" Kosher Lakes IL.
Wet One Chubs . . .1.99 iTmual 1 Dills A 1984 graduate of Bradford High
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Dumplings ( ) School, Johnson Joined the Navy in
900: COUNT March 1964.
Q-TIps 109EXTRA 89 :: $139 : $179

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a.AJ/C'f' Dinner aoe.a R. Airman lana A.Pollard daughterof
BJc Lighters 211.00 SWEET*save' Dinner j Fatha M.DeSue and stepdaughter II
Chicken CHICK EN.SIRLOIN 102SOZ CHICKEN ; of Clarence E. DeSue Jr.of Starke '
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BEERSUCEDTURKEY ,
WINE & BEER Cutlets CHICKEN PARMESIAN J has been assigned to Sheppard Air
Force Base Texas,after completingAir
$259 $26 3. Force basic training. She is a
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back," says Coach Mike Sexton of would have been greater. IHS' fUton Byrd led IHS with fti points
the 6543 lou Tuesday night, Feb. 5, BHS 55- IHS 51 outscored BHS 9-3 at free throw line. ;and 10 rebounds.
In Keystone Heights and the 55-51 BHS kept a small lead throughout INS .10 14 14 17 M
win at InterlachenThe It wasn't as close as the first en- the game, but could not put it away. IHS I U I U 11 SI
split week leaves the BHS five. counter, but Interlachen High bung It was 10-8 after the first period .,....... ellomy 7-..1.. franclia
at 12-5 for the season. .tough as the Tornado five won a 55-51 24-21 at the half, and 38-36 after the. ,.,. Norman 1+2, OtMNltor '....21,
"We have a hard time playing on the road last Friday night, Jan. third period. ,,1'C o..... 345. Mhch.11D.l 1;,'Md.a04
with the lead" says Coach Sexton. 31. It wasn't as close as the 47-40 BHS' '!..1. Tends 2......
BUS was In a position several times Darren Chandler scored 28 points win in Starke in which IHS's Keith IntwrtochwiBynl *-9l.. Nqs o.s.a,
to put both games away, but didn't, and Robert Bellamy 14 to lead the Stokes missed a last second free stop..0.1.1I.wll..a4.2.10T..1.$4. .,.;
losing to KHS after being ahead as Tornadoes. .throw that would, have tied the Tote.,2'. _."". .
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was the sarti way,except IHS didn't fourth period by missing the front P "
hit as well as KITS in the second half. end of some one-and-one free shot ,
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give the Tornadoes a chance to rest. :
BHS will host Lake Butler this kr.
Tuesday night Feb. 12, and Mid- ,
dleburg here Friday. Feb. 14. BHS ,
goes to Hawthorne Friday, Feb. 15. .
A Feb. 19 game at Santa Fe and a
Feb 22: here against Baker High will

wind if the regular season. ..:.
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"We just let it get away from us," .:.:..;.
said Coach Sexton of the two point,
65-63. loss at Keystone High.Indian 1Home
Richie Vey, who scored a :: :
game high 27 points, capped a r _,iiti. i/ ..
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play in the o
seconds win. t
to lead Keystone to the i ', '
Leading by up to 13 points in the ; I ')P.
third the Tornadoes it" F y f
period, saw '
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their lead melt away when Keystonecut ; : ------ r_. _
off their running game with the e. Mf .. ", :. _. .'jf.- .::. Leaping High... Photo*by MorkFrlodlln-
press late in the fourth.
After KHS pulled to within one at Good "D"... Everyone knows Tornado forward Robert Bellamy has one of the highest
61-62, Simon Mitchell hit the front Point Guard... BUS guard Simon Mitchell shows off his defensive skills. Mitchell scored vertical leaps in the district he proves It here In this shot against Union
end of a one-and-one to give BHS its John David Francis shows off his BUS' last points Tuesday night against Keystone, but the BUS cagers fell County in Lake Butler.

final points. ball-handling skills. 65-63 on the road In Keystone Heights.. ..:..__ .'._' ___ .__ Cooper was held to six points against- KIIHS. -
Vey stole the ball on the next ..
possession however, and dove Il ". ------- ----- __ '" .._ III
through to the basket and was fouled --
by Daren Chandler on the way.A .
last second outside shot by Sam
Norman was just short. Entertainment ConceptsBradford 1
The key was turnovers, which included '
mental mistakes and travel
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Keystone,7-9,shot well in the second "

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: II Tracksters Well in Dual Meet I
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indoor meet the Bradford Kerry Hall boy's 400-meter Lammere Williams MlISMmetars .
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d nados ran into tough competition at 57.30. die T_...,, 11th, .4i4l.44
the University of Florida High Willie Wright, boy's 800-meter -
School Indoor Invitational track 2:28.3 Girl's results!

t S meet Friday night, Feb. i, at the Chris Anders, Lisa Tierney, Lori 55 Si-meter-Miterwrdlss. Heeerta Wenea Willi.; ...HalUtN........ ,.,.It.* "
4K ffe' O'Connell Center In Gainesville. Sapp and Kelley Jackson, girl's 4 x lite-meterLerl. taae. sm, HI*..
800 relay -10:55.: tM-metor Kallav Jackson FID. 014x4moter .'
Only 12 events saw Tornado en ratay Wendee. Mall .....rt.
Even though no one finished Williams, Linda Owm Kim Adams 1:1: *.t
trants. Nine of these individual
higher than ,fourth place, eight were 4._meter relay Chris Anders, Lisa Tlerney.
events and three .. "
were relays. Left ,.e, Ketlay J.CIlII.IJ.
school records _
were set. Five went "Wendee Hall
to the girls Id.three to the boys. Kelley Jackson
Roberta Williams Lori Sapp and INVITATION TO BIDDERS

Paul McKinney ran particularly NOTICE TO BIDDERS:

47 schools from all over the state we! said Loper.UTony Jones' NOTICE I I. hereby, given that sealed Bid Proposals will
participated in the meet sponsored achor split of the boy's 4 x 400 relay be received by the Bradford County School Board 582: N.

by the University of Florida. was particularly good for right now Tempi Av*., Stark.. Florida 32091 10:00 A.M., February
and indoors." 22: 1985.

\wIv Next outing for the Tornados will BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL
REPAIR AND RENOVATIONS OF FIRE DAMAGEat
be Feb. 23 at Sandalwood High Track
School in Jacksonville. Unusable... which time bids will be publicly opened and read
The team can't the aloud. Bids received after the above
"p. use freshly resurfaced time and dot will
!'.. L ) track yet and Is doing the not be considered Award if In best Interest of Owner
"Under the circumstances we did best it can running on the dirt behind will be made within five calendar days.
well. It was the first time out for the middle school. PLANS. SPECIFICATIONS AND CONTRACT

many of them.' said Coach George According to Loper the paving DOCUMENTS may be obtained from the office of Don R.

\ Loper. "We still have some things to contractor did not do a satisfactory Morgan, Post Office Drawer 1208 Keystone Heights
I work out, but we're going steady and job and will have to make adjustments Florida 32656 ONLY.CONTRACTORS .

? patient." before it will be accepted : Will upun receipt of fifty dollars

___ by the school. Until then, the Tornados ($50.00)) payable to Don R. Morgan Architect be forwarded .
School records were set by: can't use it because of con- two set of plan and specifications. Twenty-five
I \ Wendee Hall, girl's 55-meter tract restrictions, indicated the dollars (25.00: ) will be refunded provided the plan and

hurdles11.50.. veteran coach.Soy' specifications are returned In "good" condition within ten
Roberta Williams, girl's 55-meter day of bid opening.SUBCONTRACTORS.
w dash 7.40. results) : Will upon receipt of twenty-five

Lori Sapp, girl's 1,500-meter _50e m.meter_Willie Kerry wright Hall 17.2.2'.2 M dollars (25.00: ) made payable to Don R. Morgan Architect

5:10.90.: _meter Wesley Johnson Jt.J, Lenlmore be forwarded one set of plans and specifications,

........... ,. . .. Paul McKinney, boy's Williams to.', Bryan Lane 41.f non-ref undoble.
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; ;.' ; 1,500meter4:32.30.: 4>4Ot Iteley Len Sanders, Bddl Tennant ..utMcKln..y. EACH BID: Shall b*accompanied by a cashiers check or

Honor Students... .Kpnpv.'Ark"nn ir1'" 400-rn*>tr Teny Tony Jens Jones>*:M.4t.,I11meter L.. Sander *.... bid bond In the amount of five percent ((5%) of the bid

Nine students earned all A's or B'l on their report Dennis Jackson. Second Row Eric Philcox, Dawn price, payable to the Owner
cards at Starke's 7th Day Adventist Christian Brown, Zachary Roger and Danny Wrate. On the back THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: Will be required to provide a
Academy last semester. row: Chuck Brown Principal Charlene Wright and Performance Labor and Material Payment Bond in the
....., students are:(L-R) First Row: David Brown and Betsy Nail. amount of 100J4 of the bid amount. Surety Company shall
; b* licensed to do business In the state of Florida and.
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.. f PROPOSALS: May not be withdrawn for thirty days
; i after bid date
kiii ALL BIDDERS: Will be notified of the award of contractto
G. have said that wearing thyme prevented nightmares.JERRY the successful bidder or the rejection of all bids,

within five days of the Owner's decision.

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at 10:00: A.M. an Ordinance .d as follows: Located A. FUNK Cote No. 84-1439"
I relating to: :2'/i miles East of Stark Funk ft Green CIv.J-12 UNITED STATES DISTRICT and plead In said action under the firm name of
Legal NoticesNOTICE The rezoning of the off North tide Hwy 16 1020'Atlantic Bank Bldg. COURT. MIDDLE and file your answer ALLEN'S ATTIC. 527:
with the Clerk of this
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. South Water Street
following described property Forty acres, parcels Jacksonville FL 32202 UNITED STATES OF
and amending theComprehensive 2775-0000: and 358-8088 AMERICA Plaintiff JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Court at Jacksonville Stark., FL 32091. Intendsto
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Land :2775.00200, In Section ((904)) 2/072tchg: :2/14 v.. Case No. 84-1432: Florida and to serve a register said fictitious

BRADFORD COUNTY Us. Plan to provide that :23. Township 6 South JAMES F. NORMAN and Civ-J-16 copy thereof upon thePlaintiff name under the

HARRY N. GREENE has FLORIDA land currently zoned OR Range :22: East to put NOTICE OF CYNTHIA K. NORMAN, ( attorney, aforesaid statute.
PROBATE DIVISION UNITED STATES OF Dorothea B.ane. Assistant Dated this 21st day of
the In agricultural
and property .
mad. application to the designated by CLOSING OF ROAD Defendant
CASE NO. 85-15-CP Agricultural be classification. AMERICA. Plaintiff United State Attorney January, A.D., 1985 in
plan at
Bradford Zoning
County
Board for reclosslficotlon ((1.3614)) rezoned to I I. and You are further given NOTICE IS HEREBY ORDER OF SERVICEBY vt. Post Office Box Bradford County.l244tchg214.
THE ESTATE OF KATIE B. Jacksonville, : :
NOTICE that a of 600
the descrlb- designated Industrial copy GIVEN PUBLICATION
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of property IN RE: Estate of WIMBERLY and the heir Florida 32201: on or
of said proposed ORDINANCE
.d below from EA to OR: the property THAT, pursuant to aPetition
Fourteen ((14)) acres GEORGE B. FLYNN. SR, LACASIBU PROPERTIES.CORP" is available for filed with the This cause came to be at law WINIFRED before February 25, IN THE COUNTY COURTOF
Deceased SCHNEIDER daughter of 1985. If fail to do ,
described Inspection at the office verified you to
heard the THE
locat.d North of Stork as your Board of County Commissioners upon EIGHTH JUDICIAL
and Edit of Hwy 301 follows: Approximatelyten of the Director of of Bradford motion of Plaintiff for an Katie B. Wlmberly. and judgement by default CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
parcel 1905-02200 and NOTICEOF (10)) acres out of Zoning and Planning City County Florida at Itt Order of Service by the unknown heirs, will be entered against BRADFORD COUNTY

1905.03400.: W..t of NE ADMINISTRATION Parcels 4936-00100 and Hall ThompsonStreet regular meeting onFebruary Publication and It appearing devisees, grantees, andassignees you for the reliefdemanded FLORIDA
11th St. in Strawberry 4376 0000 In Section 19 Starke, Florida. 4, 1985 for the that this action Honors, in the com CASE NO. 84-518-CC
The administration of creditors, trustees, or .
Acres in S.ctlon 35 ft :20 Township 7 South Each and every person elating of a portion of has bean brought for the plaint.It
the estate of GEORGE! B. other claimants by is, ORDERED that the
Township 5 South Rang. Rang. :22: East located having any Interest Roosevelt Street locatedon enforcement of a lI.nagoln.t EARL R. GENDREAU II.
FlYNN SR., deceased Is through under orogaln.t above Notice of Suit and
whatever In the enactment real
four miles South of of The Haven propertytituated
:22: East to allow lots of a plat at THE ESTATE OF Order for UnnamedDefendants Plaintiff
two ocr.. or lest for mix..d pending In the Circuit Starke off St. Rd. 221: and of this proposed per plat thereof recorded In Bradford B. WIMBERLY and vs.
KATIE
housing. Court for Bradford Coun North of Hampton for ORDINANCE should appear in Plat Book :2, page County within the Middle to Appear ..... BILL L, BUSY Defendant
all Plead Serviceby
This change Inclassification ty Florida\ ,.Probate DMeMQ repair and manufacturing and be heard at the 22 of the public ,-. District of Florida and parties having a and .
_. claim, right, title or interest Publication) be published
.
H fiWfPWjfliOreWB OTwhlcfhs' automobile starters time and place prescribed. of Bradford 'County described as follow: NOTICE OF ACTION
ubct
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Clerk'of Circuit 100 feet of lot 5 In the propertytherein. by the United State
retail. West
beheld ft generators, no Florida more particular.
to a public hearing Tuesday to Court Probate Division You are further given BOARD OF BRADFORD ly described in told Petition of Block :22 of the City of Defendant Marshal in a newspaperof TO BILL L. BUBY,
on Bradford County Courthouse NOTICE that a copy of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS a Resolution was Lawtey Bradford County general circulation in Residence Unknown.
:26 1985 at
F.bruary NOTICE OF SUIT Bradford County
Stark, Florida said proposed ORDINANCE adopted by laid Board Florida according to
7:00: In the Council and Florida less than
p.m. not
32091.: The name and Gilbert S. Brown,
By:
for
available thereof
Is authorizing publicationof the map or plot YOU ARE HEREBY
of the Stark. City
Room for
ORDER FOR UNNAMED each week sixconsecutive
Hall on Thompson Street. addresses of the Personal your Inspection at the office ClerkItchg207 notice of proceeding record at Plot Book 2, DEFENDANTS TO one weeks priorto NOTIFIED that an action
In Stark., Florida. At this Representative of the Director of : for the closing of said Page 61 of the public return datehereinabove for Breach of Contract
time all persons Interested and the PersonalRepresentative's Zoning and Planning City road. records of Bradford APPEARAND PLEAD d..IRlnat.d.DONE and other relief has been
attorney Thompson NOTICEOF The Board of Florida sold filed In the
shall be heard Hall County County, (SERVICE BYPUBLICATION AND ORDEREDat against you
for or against the pro are set forth Street Starke, Florida. INTENTIONTO Commissioners held a property lying and being ) Jacksonville, Florida above-styled Court and
posal as specified In the blow Each and every person REGISTER hearing or\ said Petitionon within Section 23, you or. required to
All Interested person interest FICTITIOUS NAME the 4th of 5 South Range this 2ndaof January of
of Bradford having any day Township serve a copy your
Zoning Codes TO ALL unknown heirs,
ore required to file with whatever In the enactment February 1985, endadopted 22: East Bradford County 1985. written defenses If any
County. devisees, grantees, E. SCHLESINGER
HARVEY
this court WITHIN THREE of this propo..dORDINANCE Pursuant to Section a Resolution Florida, to it on JOHNNY R.
GalnesDirector
L.M. assignees, lienors, UNITED STATESMAGISTRATE
Bradford MONTHS OF THE FIRST should appear 865.09, Florida Statutes, closing said portion of and It further appearing creditors trustees, or HOBBS JR.. ESQUIRE,
Board PUBLICATION OF THIS and be heard at the notice Is hereby given Roosevelt Street not in that Defendants Post Office Drawer 40.Stork. ,
County Zoning other claimants, by 1/17 6tchg:2/21:
1 tchg ::2/07 NOTICE: ((1)) all claims time and place prescribed that the undersigned' use by the public, being! James F. Norman and through under or .. Florida 32091.
against the estate and BRUCE J. SCOTT 1205: more particularly Cynthia K. Norman can. Wlmber and file the original with
Katie B.
((2)) any objection by an BOARD OF BRADFORD Butler Road P.O. Box described as follows: not be served within the against deceased, and allother IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF the Clerk of the above-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Interested person to COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 445, Stark., Florida Commence at the State of Florida, that It is ly Parties THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL styled Court on or
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL whom notice was mailed 32091 joint owners, doIng Southwest corner of Lot not practicable to serve to have having or CIRCUIT IN AND FOR before 1 April 1985.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR that challenge the By: Gilbert S. Brown business under the 1. Block A of The Haven them personally; and claiming till Interest any In BRADFORD COUNTY. Otherwise, a judgement
right or
BRADFORD COUNTY, validity of the will the ClerkItchg207 firm name of BRADFORD at per plat thereof they have not voluntarily the hereinafter FLORIDA shall be entered against
property NO.
FLORIDA qualifications of the personal : BAPTIST CHURCH, P.O. recorded In Plot Book :2, appeared herein; It is described, CIVIL CASE I you for the relief requested
PROBATE DIVISION representative, Box 1207: Starke, Florida page :22 of the public therefore You are herebynotified 84.3 CAIN in the Petition.
CASE NO. 8S-13-CP venue, or jurisdiction of NOTICEOF 32091 Intends to records of Bradford ORDERED as follows: that an action WITNESS my hand and
(1.3612: ) the Court. APPLICATIONFOR register said fictitious County Florida end run 1. Defendants James has been Instituted RE: The Marriage of: the seal of said Court on
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE REZONINGAND name under the In a Southerly direction F. Norman and Cynthia in the above STEPHEN LEWIS HOFF the :29th day of January
IN RE: The Estate of : GEORGE B. AMENDMENTOF aforesaid statute. along the West (end) line K. Norman shall appearIn Court against by you the United MAN. Husband. 1985.
MYRTICE M. CRIM, FLYNN JR., P.O. Box THE Dated this 07th day of of said Roosevelt Streetto this cause and pleadto States of America for and HOFFMAN GILBERT S. BROWN
Deceased. 269, Stark, Florida LAND USE PLAN February A.D., 1985 in. a point on the the complaint filed the enforcement of a lien DEANNE MARIE. Clerk of Circuit Court
32091: Bradford herein before Wife.AMENDED By Joan Epps
County. Southerly right of way on or against real propertytituated
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NOTICEOF Attorney for Personal An ORDINANCE amending :2/07 4tchg:2/28: line said Street; thencerun February 25, 1985; or in In Bradford Deputy Clerk
ADMINISTRATION Representative: the ComprehensiveLand Easterly direction default thereof the
In 0 within the Middle
The administration of JAMES R. FLYNN Attorney Us. Plan Element IN THE CIRCUIT COURT along said Southerly Court shall proceed to County District of Florida and NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Johnny R. Hobbs Jr.

the Estate of MYRTICE M. at Law 405 W. and Map by Bradford EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- right of way line a judgement In this cause described at follows: : DEANNE MARIE TERENCE M. BROWN
CRIM Deceased File Georgia St., Stork, County, Florida in accordance CUIT. BRADFORD COUNTY distance of 15 fed moreor to the extent provided by A portion of the Northeast HOFFMAN Residence P.A.
No. 85-13-CP (1.3612: ), Is Florida 32091 with the local FLORIDA less to an Iron pip Section 1655. Title :28 Quarter (NE'/i) of Unknown. Attorneys for Plaintiff
pending In the Circuit :2/07 :2tchg 2/14 Government Comprehensive Civil Action No. located on the West line United State Code, a* If Southwest Quarter 1/314tchg :2/21

Court for Bradford County Planning Act B4.379-CA of the Southwest told Defendant had (SW'Io) and a portion of YOU ARE HEREBY
Florida Probate Division NOTICEOF of 1975 as provided for In Quarter (SWV1)) of the been served with process the Northwest Quarter NOTIFIED that an action;
the address of APPLICATIONFOR Chapter 163 of the FIRST ATLANTA MOR Northeast Quarter within the State of (NW'of) Southeast for Dissolution of Marriage

. which Is Bradford County REZONINGAND Florida Statutes. TGAGE CORPORATION, (NE'of Section!>> 13, Florida. Quarter (SE'/i) of Section and other relief ...
Courthouse, Post Office AMENDMENTOF f/n/a THARPE ft Township 8 South, Range 2. Thl order be :28 Township 6 South has been filed against
Drawer B, Stark., THE TO; All Citizens, Taxpayers BROOKS, INCOR :22: East Bradford County published In a Range :22 East In the City you In the obove-styl.d ""' "- -
Florida 32091.: The LAND USE PLAN and other Interested PORATED a Georgia Florida: thence continue newspaper of general of Stork., Bradford Court and you ore required NOTICE
names and addresses of persons. corporation Plaintiffs( ), In a Easterly direction circulation In Bradford County Florida and being to serve a copy of
the Personal Representative An ORDINANCE amending vsGLENN along sold Southerly County Florida; not less more particularlydescribed your written defenses If NOTICE is hereby given
and the PersonalRepresentative's the ComprehensiveLand You and each of You EDWARD right of way line of than once each week for as follows: any, to It on TERENCE M. that on Monday.
attorney Use Plan Element are hereby and herewith HESLAR SHARON Roosevelt Street a six consecutive week Commence at the Intersection BROWN ESQUIRE, Post February 11, 1985 at
are set forth and Map by Bradford given notice In accordance HESLAR et al, Defendants distance of 104.38 feet to prior to the return date of the Office Drawer 40, 1000: oclock a.m., the
below. County Florida In accordance with Florida ( ) an Iron pipe; thence run hereinabov designated Southerly boundary of Stark., Florida 32091, undersigned, GATORFREIGHTWAYS.
All Interested persons with the local Statutes that the Boardof In a Northwesterly direction DONE AND ORDEREDat Bridge Street (formerly and file the original with INC. ,
ore required to file with Government Comprehensive County Commissioners NOTICE OF SALE on a straight line 55 Jacksonville, Florida Seventh Street) and the the Clerk of the above- will sell at public auctionfor
this court WITHIN THREE Planning Act of Bradford feet more or lest to an this :2nd day of January Westerly boundary of styled Court on or cash at 2175 Commonwealth
MONTHS OF THE FIRST of 1975 as provided for In County Florida have Notice Is hereby given Iron pipe athe 1985.HOWARD Church Street, and run before 4 March 1985. Avenue.Jocksonvlllle .
PUBLICATION OF THIS Chapter 163 of the designated the Bradford that. pursuant to an Southeast corner of. LotI T. SNYDER thence South 17 degrees Otherwise, a judgementshall FL.. one
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Florida: Statutes.TO County Zoning and Plan order or a final )judge Block A of The Haven UNITED STATESMAGISTRATE and 45 minutes West be entered against lot of Carpet consignedto

against the estate and : All Citizens, Taxpayers ning Board to conduct a ment of foreclosure a* per plot thereof along said Westerly you for the relief requested Aztec Carpet Jupiter
((2)) any objection by an and other Interested public hearing at a entered In the above- recorded In Plat Book 2, .1/17......6tchg. :2/21: boundary a distance of in the Petition. Fl (Pro. 2.572609: dtd
Interested person to persons.You regular meeting held at captioned action, I will page :22: of the public 388.36 feet to a concrete WITNESS my hand and 11/20/84): ) to satisfy
whom notice was mailed 7:00: P.M. In the Council sell the property situatedIn record of Bradford NOTICEOF monument for point of the seal of said Court on freight and storage
that challenges the and each of You Room of Stark City Hall Bradford County County Florida; (which INTENTIONTO beginning. From point of the :22nd day of January; charges, under the provisions
validity of the will the are hereby and herewith Stark, Florida on Tuesday Florida described as: corner lie on a Westerly REGISTER beginning thus described of Section 4b( ) of
qualifications of the Personal glv.n notice In accordance February :26 1985 Lot 11, of Block :2. direction along said Northerly FICTITIOUS NAME run North 72 degrees 1985.GILBERT S. BROWN. Uniform Standard Bill of
Representative, with Florida and make a recommendation SHADY OAKS SUBDIVISION right of way line of and 27 minutes West a Clerk of Circuit Court Lading.
venue, or jurisdiction of Statutes that the Board to the Board of as per plat thereof Roosevelt Street) thence Pursuant to Section distance 108.76 feet to By: Marlon McRae Gator Frelghtways, Inc.Carrier.
the court. wALL of County Commissioner County Commissioners, recorded In Plat Book 3, run in a Westerly direction 865.09, Florida Statutes, a concrete monument: Deputy Clerk
CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS of Bradford and the Board will consider page 29, of the public along said Northerly notice It hereby given run thence South 17 Terence M. Brown. Esq. 1/312tchg 2070ellfulc's

NOT SO FILED County Florida have on Monday. March records of Bradford right of way line1' of that the undersigned degrees and 43 minutes TERENCE M. BROWN. ........
WILL BE FOREVER BAR designated the Bradford 4, 1985 at the Commissioners County Florida, and lying Roosevelt Street a LAMAR GRIFFIS. P.O. West a distance of 105 P.A.
RED. County Zoning and"Planning Room of the and situate In Section distance of 100.0 feet to Box 308 Starke, Fl 32091: feet to a concrete monument Attorneys for Husband
__PiahJlcallon of.lhlf Board to conduct a Bradford County Courthouse B, Township 7 South an Iron pipe at the pointof and DAVID LEE HODGES ; run thence South 1/24: 4tcKg 2/14
Notice has begun on 7 public hearing at a Stark., Florida Rang :20 East Bradford beginning for that portion Rt. 2, Box 350 Starke. FL 72 degree and 27 .
February 1985.Personal regular meeting held at. at 10:00: A.M. an Or- County Florida.at of Roosevelt Street 32091: joint owner, doing minutes East a distanceof NOTICEOF
Representative 7:00 P.M. In the Council dlnanc relating to: public tale, to the herein described. business under the 108.61 feet to a con- INTENTIONTO
: CATHERINE M. Room of Stark City Hall The rezoning of the highest and best bidder DATED this 4th day of firm name of THE' BUTCHER crt monument on REGISTERFICTITIOUS
WALTHER 335-A Vest Stark, Florida an Tuesday following described property for cash at the front entrance February 1985.BOARD SHOP, Intend to aforesaid Westerly NAME
Columbia St., Klsslm- February 26 1985 and amending the of the Bradford OF COUNTY register laid fictitious boundary of Church 1 ny

meet Florida 32741j: .. and make a recommendation Comprehensive land County Courthouse In COMMISSIONERS.BRADFORD name under the Street run thence North Pursuant to Section
Attorney for Personal to the Board of u.. Plan to provide that Stark., Florida between COUNTY, aforesaid statute. 17 degree, 45 minute 865.09. Florida Statutes,
Representatives: County Commissioners,., land currently zoned 11:00: a.m., and 2:00 .FLORIDA Dated this 22nd: day of East along said Westerly notice I. hereby given

TERENCE M. BROWN ,and the Board will consider RSF-MH and designatedby p.m., on February 27. .......!1tchg2/07 January. A.D., 1985 In boundary a distance of that the undersigned
P.A.. Post Office Drawer on Monday March the plan a* Residential 1985. Bradford County. 105 feet to point of GEORGE F. ALLEN INC.,
40. Stark.. Florida 32O91Telephone : 4, 1985. at the Commit- be rezoned to OR. GILBERT S. BROWN UNITED STATES DISTRICT 1/24 4tchg 2/14 beginning.and P.O. Box 656. Keystone
: 904964.8272: loner Room of the and designated Clerk Circuit Court COURT.oIIIDDLI' ..--.. you are ordered Heights, FL 32656 sole
FLORIDA.
By: Johnny R. Hobbs Jr. Bradford County Courthouse Agricultural the property By: Beulah Moodyn.outy DISTRICT JACKSONVILLE OF DIVISION and required to appear: !. owner doing business
2/f112tchg 2/14 Stark Florida. of S.I. SAFERjjdescrlb- Clerk





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M dll L41 period which Orange Park High won with 10.Tiny Fouling the OP five andpoor: ATM
y .!!;!.to take a 33-31 win J _!.. 31., ._ Mosley had rebounds, Connie throw shooting hurt the BUS five
ice Carter fl t Evette Gainey 5, Red* Coach Slater said. "We made
BHS got behind in the final dish 4, and Felicia Davis 3. mistakes uncharacteristic of this
f minutes and had to foul in an attempt "We did super:, Job defensively team." __ ._ _
to get the ball back. Orange allowing them only 10 field eoa1a,"' '0 '
c Park sunk three free throws to take: Slater. "We were 'IH$ 410 4 f 91
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the win the coach. 0. .rk 4 It. II 13
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r' i'.*--+ < BHS committed 30 fouls, OP made 4-9-10.Devi .-.-..Motley J-0-4.0.''''y
BBS was up 6-4 after the first 13 of 24 free throws BItS :3 of 13. ....2. grt.r ...-.. Jwtklnt 0-0-0 Tyson, .
period It was tied 16-16 at the half "The ladies played bard In what 000. Totals. 14931.Or "

} '11, and- 22-22after.----'. the-- third.--period... was ''a very ;exciting game," said ..,.. Park Smith |.T.1. M.chthum .
i Coach Slater of a game in which ...-.2.Maws| 204.WhHak

BHS_,was I led by Maria__Reddish! _neither" 0 _. _team" .:..led- by,,_more. than.. _two _..2.2..1.fechthum 3-04.TotaU! .0..,-" .
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seconds left the game to put the Ann Starling had 7 rebounds, Kim Ill. 13 '2 S 1.3k
game into overtime in a close win Ramon 6, and Cindy Parado 5. Or.ng.rarklO 10 4 7 2 33Bradford .'t',:
Jan. 31 at Orange Park High.. "All the girls hustled hard as it Lynn ....2. Sarcy .-.... .,
Miss Davy added three free was a seesaw battle from the begin ,....4o ....2. Kcnrwdy ,.0..., Davy
J straight throws andd Cindy Parado ning. I was very proud of their performance ..,.... Starling' .-.... Ramon ....2.
/i'7 -,- made a basket with less than 30 ," said Coach John Slater; Total 1M334.Oranga .
"W. seconds left in the overtime to seal BHS led 13-10 after the first period Park- Brubakw ,..-,. 0....
iR., } the win. 21-20 at the half, was down 23-24 2-2-4. Itendrlck ...... Philip 204.
a Janet Kennedy led the way to the after the third period but won the Zlaman 2...... Zlrlott' 2..... Total .
i. JV girls 4-3 record with A"wilnhlotbd fourth period 8-7 to put the game into i ))5j -.'-" ... ,; '
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Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Qualify for Nationals... Baseballers Go 5O 01d. hners SetWith I

For the second year In a row the Bradford High ing for a spot at nationals in regional competition Feb. ,. -
School junior varsity cheerleaders have qualified for 9 in Jacksonville.The 1. -.fly
the Grand Finals National High School Cheerleading JV cheerleaders are (l-r): Front: Vicky the regular season comingup impressed'Hartley.. nado sluggers for the special price
Championships.The Goodowns. Stephanie King. Erike Banks, Shylynn Coach Mike Hartley's slugging -tickets.
Tornado squad took first place Nov. 17 in Chaff. Sondra Green. Carla McCutchen. In bark: Tells Tornadoes warmed up with a 50 Inning Old-Timer's Game... Igyen: though rain delayed the ac-
regional competition In Gainesville to qualify fur the Bute.Victoria Butler.Sheila Shannon.Pam Clark Jennifer pre-season challenge at the BHS Coming up this Saturday, Feb. 9, tloirteveral times last Saturday, the
national competition set March 31 In Williamsburg.Va. Brown Brooke Williams. baUfield Saturday, Feb. 2. is the annual Old Timers game at the Tornadoes were able to get 87 runs,
The BUS varsity cheerleading" squad will also. be vy- "If I thought we could come closeto BHS park. Coach Hartley In- 137 hits. 33,doubles 11 triples and 8
having the offensive punch we dicated that not many former Tor- home runs off the pitching machine.
showed Saturday, I wouldn't worry nadoes have contacted him so far for Seven playe went over the .400
about this season," said an obvious- the nine-inning game set to start at 1 mark with Mike Chappell claiming
p.m. Reporting time for players is three home runs and Gerald Brown
..,. ; set for 11:45: a.m. .with two out of the park. N
'It's always lot easier I
Admission is $1.50 for adults and a
$1 for students. pitching machine than a live pitch .
because the speed is so constant,"\ I'
Season Tickets... said Hartley. "[t was a good experience '
Season tickets will go on sale Fri for us defensively. We ran
10. ,. into a lot of situations that will helpus
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home games,'will cost $12 for adults Big sticks for Saturday were Mike
and $6 for students. Half-season Chappell.625 Robert Starling .583,
tickets for six home games will go Tony Diggs .520, Gerald Brown .500,
\s- for $6, adults and$3, students. See Brian Whitehead .478, Billy
Coach Hartley or Mrs. Wanda Heavener .440, and Doug Samons
C" Prevatt at BHS or any of the Tor 417.
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to it with a card tied and )Chuck Churn (Wt(, lit SM' Ruiwll.. (W).
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The Tornados tied Episcopal 36-36 UT-farlalt 114-.,I.n ..rum (W), lM-Kobrt
Hallmarksays Jan. 30, lost to Baker 34-36 Jan. 31, Tyler(L). HW-Donnla Thomhn-IW)
a. "" and to St. Augustine Feb. 5 at home. MI 4, .
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7GEl0' most of the BHS troubles, with the ta-Tommy Jonas (L). lS-.rad 0...., (L).
of cards &. gifts to select from grapplers still missing several key 111.Chuck Caburn. ., (W>, llt-SId .u..... ID, ,
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A new airstrip, carved out of the pine scrub forest by I
military engineers was dedicated at Camp Blanding
last Thursday.The .
new, emergency landing facility is capable of M
handling giant, Air Force C-130 transport planes both
for training and for use by Rapid Deployment Forces
in wartime or during. "police actions" like the invasion' ,
of Grenada.
Two C-130's, flown out of Cecil Field in Jacksonville,
had planned a landing on the new airstrip to celebratethe
occaison but heavy rains the night before forced a
cancellation of that event. After surveying the wet,
sodden field, officials on hand decided that while they ., '
could land the C-130's on a wet field if they had to in an ;
emergency situation, risking a multi-million dollar "
airplane for a ceremony "might not be very wise". ... .,' ,'"i? : ; .,
The planes opted for a couple of low passes instead. .. .. .. { : > ; ;
Very low. The huge, four- ngined aircraft swept in ,. ,, ,.
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across the landing strip at.less than-ICO feet off 'the .'':'\:../. "", ',.. "', ... ......./"; '," ..':"' MJ' :Ii.1. ;. :." .., ... .., .. .: .
around, whipping nearby treetops with the backwash' '-'","", ,. I' ''''II\I'\ e' ,_'" .."."'''"' :1 k. \... ,_.,.r7': ,,. ....- "'. ', ," m." .. -",ai -I."'-- .i'."...,. .
from their props as they passed over the cheering \\I'1I'I1't;'It/: > '". Ii\,. \';r; J ':} ,. .4/!" "
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paratroopers I ..... \ '.T.. ,
The planes, from the 317th Tactical Air Wing at Pope ,
Air Force Base in Fayetteville, North Carolina, will
usher in a whole new era ofin airborne training at
Camp Blanding, which has been growing rapidly in the
past four years. Y
Troops were dropped into the adjacent Castellanos r ? F"
Drop zone at the cap earlier this week in part of a spectacular I wA
airborne display set up to test the quick reac-
tions of this "instantly deployable" fighting force in ,
operations which may occur in any part of the world. ; hbS
t Some of the veteran troops involved in the operation YR A
participated in the invasion of Grenada, dropping in
over the Cuban-held airstrip later secured after intense
fighting in the area.
The new series of exercises conducted at Camp Blan- Aid ,
ding are to be the first airborne operations ever con- : # +
ducted totally within the confines of the facility. The
new airstrip will give participating units the unique t
capability of conducting these type of operations only n -ill rrr.'k r
possible previously at larger military bases like Fort t
Bragg and those in the larger western states.
Before the new airstrip was completed, the small
Camp Blanding Army Air Field was off limits to any
craft larger than a helicopter, many of which were us-
ed for troop deployment exercises during training.
With the completion of the new, 5,000 foot long runway I
landings of C-130's and a whole variety of planes ,
smaller in size will be able to fly in for training.
These type of landings were made previously at the
Keystone Heights Airport, located just north of Hwy.
100. .
Even fighter jets, operating over the gunnery rangeat
the camp out of the Navel AIr Station at Cecil Fieldin
Jacksonville, will be able to use the airstrip for an
emergency landing in the event of an engine failure or
other incident which forces a quick landing.

The new facility is named for Pfc. Ernesto Andersonand ._ ___ .. ________ .. ___ Photos by..Mark Frl.dlln!.!!...
Spec. 4 Robert Bartlett, paratroopers of the 27th
Engineer Battalion, who died in the service of their
country.The ,
troops on hand for the ceremonies were disap- ,
pointed but fired up by remarks made by Col. Bob '
Howard, commander of Fort Bragg's 20th Engineer
Brigade.
"Well men," he said in an authoritative voice from v c f, r F
the top of a large truck used by his men to haul heavy t
,equipment deep into the woods. "I hoped you've all en- I
joyed this little training exercise I dreamed up for
you.the men cheered) and I want to assure you that a
I've got plenty ,more ideas up my sleeve for the near r S
future." .e ..
The assault airstrip permits large aircraft to land in .. .t'
a "forward" (where the action is) area" and train in
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the complex and demanding assingment of loading and
unloading heavily armed troops in realistic training
scenarios. In this case dense Florida pine forest and I 'h S
deep sand, all of which presented special challenges to r v 1'jPr
men accustomed to a different terrain in North {
Carolina.
"This area is similar to some in South and Central I
America," Col. Howard said. "It's a good mixture of .1 p
different environments for training.:" : tYF 7 it
During operations conducted last week, heavy con
struction equipment also was dropped onto the site rr
with a unique device called LAPS (low altitude r'r
parachute extraction system). This device 'rolled y' '
heavy equipment out of the back door of the transport
planes as they screamed along the ground at just five '
feet off the ground pulling everything from front end
loaders in size down to the ground with a quick-opening ',,,
parachute. t

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Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Heavy), Headquartersand rr'i,
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Headquarters Company 20th Engineer Brigadeand
82nd Survey Detachment, and the 841st Engineer Assault Airstrip Dedicated...
Company. Army Reserve, two Florida National Guard Col. Bob Howardat left facing troop) exhort his troops during
engineer units participated in the airstrip construction. ceremonies dedicating Camp BlandUig's new emergency airstrip as Maj.
a Gen. Robert Ensslln. state adjutant general of the Florida National Guard
These wire the 26SWJ Engineer Company of Live Oak stands at right. ,
and 153rd Engineer Company of Lake City. The airstrip I. capable of handling large aircraft like the giant C-139

Over 172 people in all worked on the clay airstrip consQQ trantporUtabove( In sequence). At right, Howard and EnnUn meet I too

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Stockbroker Jim Gill of Keystone Heights spends a tasks of predicting trends In buying habit among tontumers. -
lot of time trying to accurately predict future trends In the rise and fall of businesses and a multitudeof
I business and politics he has to. other factors all of which affect his work In one
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Stockbroker Jim Gill looks ahead
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n 1985 "there 'are
LRM Nfw Editor those who focus on the, broader 1
"Economy is like a tly wheel," said measures of money who also see in- Give her the gift !
Jim Gill, a stockbroker with flation up sharply in 1985.This outlook
Prudential-Bache Securities. "It's a would be bad for bonds and somewhat
heavy wheel that is hard to get going, negative for stocks, Gill) pointed out.
but once it starts spinning, it just t
keeps right on spinning." Gill said his firm, Prudential- she'll be opening
In referring to,the fly wheel,Gill at Bache, agrees with forecast number
tributes the improved economy of today four in that reacceleration has not yet
to the Reagan administration. started.
"Nobody really knows what to do to c
get the economy in shape, but I think This group of analyst's' say the a ii the of her life.There's
Mr. Reagan has come closer in help- economic entrails have been giving : rest

ing the economy achieve a higher mixed signals. This group sees still .
level than anyone else up there for lower intereset rates ahead followedby \' .
some time," Gill said. an economic rebound. Lower interest < /
"He said lets quit taxing, taxing, rates would make cash unat- l" an important young woman in your lifeIi -

taxing and spending, spending, spen- tractive and bonds somewhat more '. \ ) : t your daughter, granddaughter or niece. Give her a
ding, cut taxes and investment attractive than stocks. ,
give
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incentives to see if we can't get the h *
economy cranked up," he added. "In According to Gill, it is the opinion of F S 'I ti'i furniture she'll use forever. She'll put it in her living room,

my personal] opinion, I think Reaganhas his company, through weekly F bedroom den. It's for
done this nation a real favor." economic surveys conducted by their 'a ,,: ; or perfect wedding gowns, christening

Before the Reagan term, Gill said, analysts, that it detects no change in $ J. dresses, sweaters, blankets and grandmother's laces.
the economy- it's neither strengthening : '"
the Federal Reserve Chairman seem ,, lf(
ed to be swayed by political pressure nor weakening, just flat. Gill says "
when politicians would cry for more their Washington Research people
And the Federal believe that the Federal Reserve
Reserve
money.
system would print more, bringing system will wait to see the results of
about inflation. its two discount rate cuts before acting -
"The whole system was volatile" again. They do believe though, Lane@ Chest Sale !
Federal
Gill said. that the Reserve policy will

I But Gill feels that under the present have to encourage growth in 1985,
j f administration and Paul Volker which means still lower rates. They
' chairman of the Federal Reserve also predict with the success of
Board, the Fed policies have not been moderate growth, that inflation will
I' at the whim of the be lower than in 1984. Preudential-
changed political
Bache research analysts also predict SAVE $5000 $70 .
cry."And Reagan has been very supportive that capital inflows into the United to
of Volker's policies," said States will cause the dollar to
strengthen still further in 1985.

Gill.During a recent Rotary meeting in The fifth and final forecast discussed Now Thru
Starke, Gill presented five economic by Gill is of the opinion that the
United States is in a recession.
forecasts prepared by a variety of
economic research analysts. These These analysts are of the opinionthat Valentine's Day = -t.
the economic signals are more
five forecasts or opinions cover just
weak than not. They predict that the
about economic possibility except -
every
a low-inflation boom, Gill said. trade deficit will worsen to a point
include titles where the economy declines with
The forecasts such as:
-1.)The Economy has Started to Reac- retail sales softening and inventories
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celerate building.Jim
; is Gill and his wife JoAnne movedto
-2.)History Destiny;
-3.The Monetarist Forecast; the Keystone Heights-Melrose area
Reacceleration Has not Started in 1979 and built their permanent i
Yet home on a peninsula called "Pumpkin ,
5.We; Are in a Recession.The Patch" on Lake Santa Fe. Prior to .4:
t our$9995k
best support for the first this, the Gills were regular summer
is indicator and weekend lake residents from
forecast the leading ,
Jacksonville.Gill's
number for November 1984 which
showed a 1.3" increase. An office overlooks the cypress r Like every Lane chest these have aromatic cedar
associated opinion holds that the tree shores of Santa Fe setting a more linings plus lock-and)' security.
relaxed atmosphere compared to the I r (A) No.!5051 In warm country oak, 44" long,
Federal Reserve Board has done all
on a padded top
with lacquard weave upholstery
offices in the
ticker-tape brokerage r
the easing it will do and interest rates and brass.tone hardware. And Its contents are .
will move irregularly higher as the city."The warranted against moth damage.
brokerage business is full of A
'economy reaccelerates. (B) No.5029 In the traditional style, 44" long
Forecast two relies on historical tension. I knew there had to be a bet with cherry frultwood finish on cherry veneers
statistics as an ironclad predictor of ter way to do it and I've found it," and solids. The padded top has a woven floral
the future. History shows the third said Gill lake.looking out over his desktopto multicolor fabric covering.

year of economic recoveries to be the Priced
shaped by rising inflation and Interest After graduating'from high school Man Other Styles from $17993

rates, slower profit growth, and difficult in Jacksonville, Gill attended the

stock markets. University of Florida until 1953 whenhe Free Delivery Credit Terms AvailableFurniture
Gill said that although this forecastis entered the Naval Aviation Cadet
similar to the first one, its believers Program in Pensacola, was commis-' I
are'more bearish on stocks than the sioned and received his wings in the .
reacceleration theorists and !general Marine Corp. He then flew a numberof ; t
ly consider cash very attractive. years.'mostly in the Mediterraneanbased Denmark:
The forecast three label, "The on a carrier. After his term in
Monetarist," is somewhat deceptive the service. Gill returned to the
in that it implies that monetarists are University of Florida where he earn-
of one voice on the outlook, which is ed a degree in banking and finance. 434 W. Call Street Starke '- 964-5826 or 964-5827
not true. According to the forecast

.-" there are those that focus on the two- See Page 12 Established in 1923
year moving average reaccelerating ,
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R. J Mr.Driggers daughter enjoyed this doll In her antique wicker buggy.
treasured one.
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LB Collector to Go to Doll Show Saturday at Oaks MallBy I

Elaine Fletcher The most apparent and perhaps saved from her daughters'
UCT Staff Writer most fascinating collection of all is childhoods. "I just never threw
q "When the Lord put me her large assortment of dolls. anything away,"she says.
together i She collects dolls not because of
t Dolls happily coexist everywherein
He made me like too many things
their value ,but insteadfor
or popularity
Mrs. Driggers antiquefilledhome
says Lake Butler resident,Marjorie
,having tea parties in the fami- their beauty and personal ap
Driggers.In addition to her active Interest in ly room, sleeping in cradles in peal.She does,however,have many
I' Union County history and bedrooms,or just standing at atten- unique dolls in her collection.
genealogy.Mrs.Driggers has many tion in display cases waiting to be Among these Is a cut-out, printed
Mrs. Driggers And All Her 'Little People'... collections-coins stamps, old post admired.
cards, and of. Most of Mrs. Driggers dolls were See page
clippings
Mrs Driggers has been collecting dolls,among other Ing to the Oaki Mall In Gainesville this Saturday for the Union County newspaper brides (since 1941), handed down from her mother or Doll...
things, for long years and now has a very Impressive 10th Annual Doll-Ings Collectors'Show.
and beautiful assortment,tome of which will be travel-
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IN OUR OFFICE I

all Now For An Appointment I.SENTRY FEBRUARY SALE!


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Outlasts Carbon Batteries. Perfect For Around-The-House Jobs
Long Life And Low Sale Price. Men's 9 oz. Size.Comfortable .
THANK YOU STARKE The Copper Top Batteries! Yet Durable. 501


COME JOIN THE 100th WHO NOW BALLCOCK REPLACEMENT
/l/l..1.ROOF CEMENT
ENJOY LOW VIDEO RENTAL RATES. 200.AFLC NOW
money
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cZ7 4 Cu.Ft.Seamless SteelTray. $429
CJ ROOF-FIX Big 300 lb. Load Capacity.

3 FREE $299 m Rugged, Durable.
Pneumatic Tire With Oil Eliminate Water Waste From
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RENTALS Reg. 4.39 Value ___ Replaces Old-Fashioned Float Balls
One Gallon Size. f JlDIIt'IlII111 & Rods.
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Now Announces First Quality.
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Reg. 2.19 Value RustResistant.Easy .
EVENING DENTAL SERVICES Greater Flexibility & Adhesion. Comfort Grips.
Palntable!
Tuesday Thursday 6-9 PM Guaranteed By Dap For 20 Years I HUE 7EMPIJII.
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_- PRUFE Faucet $

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Cuts In Either Direction. drain.
finda 3000 Cutting Strokes Per Mln.
Easy Control Handle. NOW

bigger refund : ,...... Motor Friction And Clutch Blade-Adds Protects $1288

Reg. 7.95 Value Durability. ISTERLJNG'Smoked

, z a Odorless, Non-Staining Powder. / BIACI(& Twin Handles, Chrome-
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H&R BLOCK Easy Killer Application. #1 1-lb. DECKER, 8124 Water Install.Aerator. 063-82

We can't promise everyone At the locally-owned Sentry store In your neighborhood
Found Michael Monica) this but In a recent survey of
customers who got refunds, 3 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYSENTRY
out of 4 believe they got bigger
$3 941! refunds than If they did their .
I J own taxes.3 out of 41! F.-iI i Lake> Butler US 3O1 S. Starko Keystone Heights

What can we find fo you? S.W._ 6th Avenue 964-6078 Jet SR 21 &:! 100

496-3079 Quantities Limited 473-4973
A plc 'g nw..W NWIV ID Mid ell-durtng tin MM p.pun..upon MMMy. X made 1dW from tw mrwhc.wi.ffmitii MMI-HI lie*&*to tub*UI a.na dabsor
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t t 3 1. rag doll dubbed "Hannah" by Mrs. company, and they were so In- collect toys year-round to distributeto
Ar
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owner. molded butterfly headdress, that the Alachua County Council on Child
b ,. i Hannah,who Is rather fragile and they obtained her permission to Abuse.
d tA'f % well-worn from years of little girls'bugs make reproductions.Mrs. .
has a patent date on the bottomof .Driggers began her"serious The Doll-ings will hold their 10th
her high-top black laced boots- doll collecting" In 1971, when she Annual Show Saturday Feb.9.Club
Feb. 13,1900. Joined and helped organize The Doll- members will be showing"month of
One of her "originals" has been ings of Gainesville.The the year dolls." Mrs. Driggers is
H' reproduced by a California doll Doll-ings'purpose is to create responsible for the July exhibit
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manufacturing company.Mrs.Drig- stimulate and maintain local andnational which she will center around a
gers sent the doll to be dressed. interest in all matters per patriotic theme.TurnoftheCentury .

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Oaks Mall ,j. :

The Doll-ings, a doll collectors'club
in Gainesville,will be sponsor-
ing their 10th annual doll show this
Saturday,Feb.9 in the Oaks Mall In
Gainesville beginning at 11 a.m. .r sl
The young and youngatheartalike tI.. .
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and
will find many interesting : \
., antique dolls on display, centered
-. ..."'- -- :::.:::.. -- -,. ,.. MUW .' .w.. .'aM.6.".. ;: around months themes of based the year.on the different i
There will be one best of show ,
Captivating... award and 1st, 2nd 3rd and "
These two dolls are very similar but the one on the Mrs.Driggers sent her 1901 doll to be cleaned and the honorable mention ribbon awards in
left was made In 1901.the one on the right In 1955. company requested her permission to make the each of the following categories:an-
Both dolls have bisque heads with bonnets and mold- reproduction. tique dolls (over 60 yrs.), advertising Doll...
dolls,storybook and sets of dolls,
ed butterfly headdress and limbs. This doll to Mrs.
porcelain belonged
foreign dolls handcrafted and rag Driggers' mother.Ruth Page.The doll was
dolls, miniature dolls (under 7 in- made somewhere around 1890-1900 and has a china head and she has an
6 Photos by ches), modern dolls (last 30 yrs.), open mouth with teeth visiblean unusual aspect for china dolls.TINA'S .
older dolls (betwen 30 and 60 yrs.),
character dolls, paper dolls black
Elaine Fletcher dolls,and teddy bears.
Anyone have dolls in these craw TURNTABLE JSMI
categories may enter. Registrationis .L .
925 N. TEMPLE 964-8532
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UCT Staff 9:30-10:30: a.m.
.t For more information call Next to Pizza Hut in Starke
376-1948.


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Selective Albums CassettesFor
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Specialize in Cars & Trucks (ROS,. ) $7.39 PAR R.E"
.' Feb. 7th thru Valentine's
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Mrs.Driggers'mother played with this doll as a little girl.It Is a cut-out .I"-
printed ragdoll with high top black laced boots that bear the patent date, )
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SPORTING GOODS & APPARELS BRING YOUR SWEETHEART I Comps _._ I
Nylon Satin Baseball Jackets Reduced 22.95Personlized I ,000

T-Shirts for Your Valentine Now that You've Tried the Rest, Try the Best! 24 Yrs. Exprience Buy Of A Lifetime :

Beefy T Long Sleeve . . 30% Off Alan, Keith Hunter, Liz Scott, Martha Lewis "Pop!'Repairs' "" 16'x32'x3' to 8' deep

Customize your shirt with a selection from our new shipment of T-Shirt HAIRPLANES I 1 Call ((904)) .: with ladder, diving board, I
transfers.Over 40 different designs In stock. filter, motor
737 S. WALNUT ST. 964-4645 ,
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Hampton Feb.
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Saturday wound night, according of an apparent to the autopsy gunshot at 11:30 p.m. .. by the sheriff's department until the around 11 p.m., no matter how inno- I Azalea & Blueberry FarmTake
results from the autopsy were made cent it may seem,please contact the
report. Florida Highway Patrol TrooperJ. frnown. local heriff's office 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
H. Horler, Investigator David 24th Street, follow signs .
John Joseph Banister of Deer- Aderholt and Rescue 60 responded to Monday the 'pathologist report
wood,south of Starke on US-301,was the call and pronounced Banister confirmed that Banister had died as The investigation is continuing Closed
southbound on CB-18 late Saturday dead at the scene. Investigating officers a result of a gunshot wound to the under the direction of Florida until March'OPEN
evening when his vehicle, a 1984 were suspicious as to the head, according to Investigator Don Department of Law Enforcement, I'
Ford Escort, ran off the roadway. A cause of death because of the par Denton. Homicide Investigator Don Roberts, by Appointment Only
ticular kind of accident and turned At this time there are no suspectsor State Attorney .
passing motorist saw the vehicle in Investigator Wiley
.the ditch.uad. called law enforce- Banister's body over to the motive for the shooting. Anyonewho Clark and Sheriff's InvestigatorsDon Now taking Wholesale Orders
pathologist to determine the case of saw anything on CR18.two. Denton and Aderholt. 964.7109

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KH Man ArrestedOn bonds were posted. content was .18 percent, he was 4
Page was released after a $400 released after a $400 surety bond !
Multiple ChargesA surety bond was posted. was posted. ,
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43-year-old Keystone Heightsman Kim Wynona Cummings of Lake 4
was apprehended by Starke Brooker Man ArrestedOn Butler was arrested February 3 for I
speed chase night after a high Weapons ChargeA driving while intoxicated,according 4
US-301. ,to Patrolman Dwight Groves. CUm-
Patrolman Dwight Groves was on Brooker man was arrested Jan. mings blood alcohol content was .19 : IAJT r 4
routine patrol in the Econo Lodge 27 for carrying a concealed weapon. percent, she was released after a 4
parking lot at 10:15: p.m. when an Gainesville Police Officer Raymond $325 cash bond was posted. ( 4i
of the lounge came outside Barber made a routine traffic
seeing help to stop a disturbance in stop in the 900 block of East Max Donald Nutter of Jackson-4 I 4
the lounge. As the Groves enteredthe Umverstiy Avenue at 11 p.m. and arrested ville was arrested Feb.2 for driving 1
lounge two men causing the a man for having no valid under influence on US-301 south of i
distrubance left the building, got In- drivers license. While searching the Starke, according to Trooper W. D. I I
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to a vehicle and started north on man, Barber found a lock-blade Langston. Nutter's blood alcohol
US-301 at at high rate of speed. knife with a 5V4 blade in the man's content was .15 percent, he was 4 I 4
Two other patrolmen, Greg coat pocket. released after a $325 cash bond was 4
Nichols and W. C. Reno and Lawtey Charged with carrying a concealed posted. 4
Patrolman C.D.Carter,joined the 11 weapon was James L. Clark, 26, .
mile chase and finally stopped the of Brooker. He was booked into the I Great Prices on OurWomen's Fine
vehicle after the driver made a Alachua County Jail. Richard Wayne Mikell, 21, of ,
sharp turn in an attempt to strike the Starke was arrested for no valid Apparel and we also
patrol car, according to the arrest driver license and failure to return :
report. Bradford County military equipment, according to have something for everyone in our
James Douglas Deleruyelle was Traffic ArrestsThe Deputy Lee. Mikell was arrested :
charged with fleeing-attempting Jan. 15 on a capias.Additional .:: newly added consignment shop.Marti's .
elude police, wilful-wanton reckless following arrests were madein I
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$2,420. ville was arrested Feb. 2 for driving Authorities in Bradford County : 222 N. Temple Avenue Starke
while license suspended, accordingto made the following arrests duringthe
Trooper J. H. Horler. Dempseywas past week.Christopher. 4
Four ArrestedIn released after a $210 cash bond
Routine Stop was posted. John Winn, 18,of Mid-
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n ; BC State Attorney Has Slow Month in December

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The Bradford Office of the State to Pantry Pride; pled guilty, six murder; found guilty, sentenced to 10: pled guilty to manslaughter,
.I Attorney reported a fairly quiet months Salvation Army probation, life with mandatory 25 years to run sentenced to 15 years DOC, con-
'J month of December. 25 new individual $50 court costs and 20 hours community consecutive with any sentence now curent with time now serving. t I ,I .
cases and/or felony defen- service work. serving. New trial ordered May, 1984 Eugene Franklin Norman arrested p at
i"; dants for prosecution were received George Augustus Smith, Jr. arrested by 1st District Court of Appeal; Sept. Aug. 11 for battery, trespass 4 i ( l 1 1d4Y ViYr
during the month, according to Investigator August 6 for grand theft; pled Jerry Tiiggle, inmate FSP, charged after warning, battery of law en- m 1
Wiley Clark. guilty to petit theft and placed on with aggravated battery; forcement officer and resisting arrest -
t., Two of the new cases were prison probation six months under Salvation with violence; found not guilty
r related. Information were filed on 19 Army, 50 hours communitywork Edward Lee Henderson, inmate by Jury;
prior cases and seven guilty pleas to be completed in 60 days. LCI, charged with aggravated bat James Edward McKelvy charged
were accepted. Ten cases were Patricia Williams arrested Sept. tery and aggravated assault; case June 4 with obtaining controlled
dismissed by the state attorney and 24 for issuing worthless check; case lacks prosecutive merit. substance by fraud or deception;
the office declined to prosecute four dismissed defendant pled to other defendant sentenced on other
cases. There was one jury trial and charges.Frederick. James A. Proctor, inmate FSP, charges.
office Kd forfeiture. Eugene Williams arrested arrested Oct. 2 for aggravated bat- Charlie Simpson Harrelson, III arrested -
the one
Twenty-six informations were filed Aug. 19 for resisting arrest tery and possession of a weapon; Nov. 6 for trafficking in cocaine The Ultimate in Luxury Boating....
in misdemeanor court and three with violence; pled guilty to victim does not wish to prnsprute. and sale ot controlled"
prior cases were dismissed. resisting without violence, placed on substance; pled guilty to trafficking, That is what have with a "Weeres Pontoon' -
Nineteen pleas of guilty were accepted one year probation and must attend Steven Cornwall charged with sentenced to five years DOC with you
and the office declined to pro- alcohol counseling burglary-grand theft; defendant mandatory three years. Powered by a "Yamaha Outboard", the
Anthony Martin arrested June 5 sentenced on other charges. Harrelson arrested Nov. 6 for con-
secute eight prior cases. spiracy to traffic in controlled full size deck ample room to entertain,
There were 18 cases received for for aggravated assault; victim does a gives you \
initial arraignment in traffic not wish to prosecute.John Betty S. Griffin charged with issu- substance and conspiracy to sell or welcome. 7
criminal court. Fourteen cases were Keith Box charged Aug. 29 ing worthless check to TG&Y; deliver a controlled substance; pled ski, fish, or cruise. Trade-ins. year
handled subsequent to arraignment.One with possession of more than 20 restitution made.A guilty to trafficking and sentenced to financing.
juvenile petition was filed in grams of cannabis; dismissed at request Lincoln automobile being detained 5 yrs. DOC, mandatory 3 yrs. to'run
December and two prior cases were of investigating agency. for forfeiture was returned concurrent with case above.
f I dismissed by the state attorney. Richard Dewayne Tyler arrested because of large lien. Bill Glenn arrested Sept. 22 for issuing North C.nral Florida Largttt DialtrWE
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The following cases were dismissed Oct. 19 for burglary-grand theft; Mark S. Doss charged with worthless check to Pantry
i: in December; case dismissed insufficient evidenceand .burglarv-Krand theft; defendant Pride; pled guilty, placed on five
; Johnnie Lee Jackson,inmate FSP, lacked prosecutive merit. sentenced on other charges. yrs. probation, restitution to be.'. 8.1.61t.MdU//
charged with aggravated battery Arthur Bruce Norris arrested Oct. Dell Kirby charged Oct. 11 with Is- made within one year.
'. and possession of a weapon, found 16 for robbery; dismissed lacks pro- suing worthless check; restitution Bill Glenn arrested Sept. 22 for is- i I
.; guilty sentenced to five years secutive merit. made. suing worthless check; pled guilty, BUILT OUR REPUTATION
Department of Corrections (DOC). Sworn complaint charging lewd- Merry Hiskey charged Aug.9 with sentenced- five years probation ON QUALITY & SERVICE
;' William G. Barrett arrested lascivious act in presence of child introdculion of contraband and concurrent with above case, restitution 4O31 NW 6th Str .t 373-7862
August 17 for battery of law enforce- (two counts); case dismissed lacks possession of marijuana more than to be made within one year. Store Hours Weekdays 6:00 to 6.00: Saturday 8:00 to 4:00
ment officer, resisting officer with prosecutive merit.Alexander 20 grams; pled no contest placed on
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::. violence and disorderly intoxication French, inmate Lawtey two year probation. ---,- -
L' ; pled guilty to resisting arreste Correctional Institution, chargedwith Wade Hampton Pelham arrested
without violence and placed on introduction of contraband July 4 for carrying concealed
i:"' Salvation Army probation one year, cannabis; case dismissed lacks pro- firearm and disorderly intoxication; LB Lake Butler Farm Center
.:; $200 court cost to be paid within six secutive merit. case transferred to misdemeanor LB
__' months and attend Bradford Union Two sworn complaints filed division. Hwy 121 South Lake Butler 496-3921
.:' Guidance Clinic substance abuse. August 3 for grand theft auto; cases Robert E. Jones arrested July 19
:: Altha Byron Gillespee, inmate dismissed at request of investigating for aggravated battery; pled guilty Fe OPEN Mon.-Frl. 7:30-5:30: -- Sof. 7:30-12:00: :
fiV I, FSP, charged with escape July 11; agency, lacked prosecutive merit. placed on six months probation, Fe
r pled guilty sentenced to five years Patricia Wensinger arrested Sept. must make restitution and attend Sale Prices Good thru February 13. 1985
DOC. 6 for sexual battery; case dismissed alcohol counseling.
\, Patricia D. Williams arrested insufficient evidence as to this Fernando Quintana, inmate FSP, FRUIT TREES
h: Sept. 24 for issuing worthless check defendant. arrested Oct.11. 1982 for first degrees SEEDS VEGETABLE PLANTS
H' Apple . $4.5O

} Peach . '4.50 FERTILIZERS. DOLOMITE
Marriages Dissolved in Bradford CountyThe
Pear . . '4.50 All Types of Gates

Combs & Lee Whitman. Pecan 4'-5' . '7.50 Cattle and Hog Panels
The following marriages were Dwayne D. Terry Allen D. Clemons & Velma J.

dissolved in Bradford County duringthe Combs.Edwards R. Cardenas & R. Clemons. Plum . . .4.50 Hardware ,
month of January. Lynn Herbert Daugherty & Rose
G. Gardenas. Daugherty.Ray Nectarines '4.50, Field Fence
Patricia S. Randolph Campbell & Tom Vereen Patty Vereen. Crews & Thelma J. Crews. Field Corn Seeds
Robert Darrell Campbell. Edward C. Hoisington Martha S. Blueberries '2.95 Barbed Wire
Melvin Ray Davis & Francis E. Hoisington.
Davis. David W. Jones & Janice M. -, Many others to choose from Dolomite '... 50 Ib bag *2Ws
Fred S. Kim Jones. We
Starling Starling. .
Thomas J. Wagner Tam D. Wyman E. Mannington & Mary R. .: tl 1.( :5e:. spread "BULLSEYE"%

Wagner.James C. .Lovell & Thelma M. Mannington.Donald D. Layton & Mara J. Fertilizer & Dolomite Protein Blocks . . ea $410All

Lovell. Layton. Types of Feed Wrangler Jeans . pair 15"
Harold R.Higginbotham & Bonnie Milton W. Coleman & Carol L. Col- Most wild bears hibernate from two
!. C. Higginbotham. eman. to six months even in warm cli- Water Conditioning Salt Boots. Shirts..-Jeans
Glen L. Mattox, Jr. & Joan Kenneth Cane & Barbara Cane. mates where food is plentiful.NOTICE .
: Carolyn Mattox. Robert Lee Whitman Judy E.I Come see us for all our. Earm ..and.la.wnand Fi.1I needsRy '
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manufacturer's error was made rebate on offerin a ft ft...HOTperthMt 8 rl..SS.43 per slim 10 "..S8.77 per sheet IZ "..$ .12p r sheet II ft.S10.M 1 per sheet
::' During his 25 years as a stock Securities in Jacksonville 1974. this week's sale circular 7ft....t4.74p8f start 9ft.-$$.ICptf sheet II tt.$7. pg sheet UK..SN7 per ihttt 18 MUM sheet
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broker, Gill's work has included tak- Always civic minded, Gill worked
.. ing orders for purchases on the New with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Oral-B offers a $2 mail-in
York Stock Exchange, working with Department as a volunteer and was rebate on the purchase of .Fence_ Special Seed Potatoes
commodities or options on the market active in the Fellowship of Christian three Oral-B toothbrushes.We Posts 8' 4x4 Prossuro. Red Pontiacs
and is in to handle CD's Since he has moved to the for '
now a position Atheletes. apologize any
tr.at.d post. ...........
(Certificates of Deposit). Keystone area, Gill has become active inconvenience this may 1' it : *6.75 Ib
Gill was first affiliated with I.D.S. in the local Rotary Club of whichhe have caused. 1 ; SO bag
., (Investor's Diversified Services), is president this year. He is a h I r GIVE US A CALLI! $380 White Kennebecs
then went with a small firm, Pierce, member of the Keystone Community
Wulbern and Murphy which had four Church, having served on the Boardof "I y 0.,7: $6.75 90 Ib bag
comp.te Ilne of 'lawn I
the of Florida.He for three and is Mis- t aupplIee i
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Fer1l11z.. FIeld 8 Vegetable Seeds, earn Poles, Hardware Clieffllesls, Hay. Twine. Wolvsrwlns Boots Wrangler Jeans.
Family Mln.a'' Feed., Water troughs PVC Pipes Feed potting soils cow ,
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People who suffer from crippling putting off surgery because they through a special program cau- d
1003 NW 23id Avenue Gainesville FL 32609 hand or foot disorders and.- have--.' been, cannot afford. it, can now get help "Helping Hands Day"sponsored by
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Sales Service Repairs Phone 376-0095 LRadiator Gainesville.The program. is designed to help
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Monday thru Friday 9:30 to .4:30: except Wednesday til Noon a Service conditions and clearly established
financial needs.Its main objective is

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of this
special service. Hand
Sale Ends February 9 therapist Jodi Jones said people are
t W' always confiding in her about pro-
11it blems they are having with their
hands or feet, many of which
) mislead the sufferer into doing
nothing because there is nothing
visibly wrong. Many times, the per
son also lacks the financial ability to
\ 'i' 301 South Starke problem.investigate why they are having the

"We're hoping these special days
will draw people who have had these
problems but not the money to have
Family Centers them checked out," Jones said.A .
a xousExolo "helping hands"day will be heldon
the third Wednesday of every
CcpydgMt9a6.TGaytro-.Ca RN'TI.N'LCOMPAN'ockup month from 9:30 a.m.to 4 p.m.,star-
ting Feb. 20, and is available to people
at either the Gainesville office or
the Lake Butler Hand Surgery
Center, whichever is most conve-
Sale nient. Those interested must be ableto

ticipate.prove financial need to par-

Many of the problems the medical
group Is anticipating involve condi-
tions which are degenerative, con-
genital in nature, or from old in-
juries. Some of these conditions
might lead to permanent damage if
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carpal tunnel syndrome. "This is a
c=- /Gi\ nerve ailment, which results from a
variety of things for example,
repetitive work tasks-and accountsfor
50f9Y many hours of lost productivity."
Jones described the condition as a
pinched nerve from swelling of the
a rum contents of the carpal tunnel, whichis
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J and forearm. It has three sides
made of bone and the roof made of a
Bathroom thick ligament called the carpal
ligament. The swelling occurs when
Tissue 3ueaI11RTH the hand is used in repetitive
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from the condition. This can lead to
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n ad mx without treatment.
TIYi Carpal tunnel treatment is just
one of the many remedies availableto
people through this special ser
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surgery.Disorders
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those who have problems which in-
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Facility at Jacksonville NAS, and
also Cecil Field and Moody AFB in
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a change in night patterns to providesome
Executive relief for residents of the area.
0-1-' LemonFurniture Side Harold Hill,president of the Santa
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Chair the new fighter jets, flying twice the
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A newly installed system, calledthe oil from the air and holds it for
cascade system, will greatly draining. The air then passes
benefit alt fire agencies in the city through a sophisticated filter system ;
and county, according to Assistant which takes out all impurities. The p
Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee. air is then compressed into three
The cascade system is a system by large storage cylinders ready for ,
which PBA (portable breathing ap- .
paratds) tanks can be refilled after use.A stainless steel tank filled with
fire service use. water is used as a filling station with (
In the past, used tanks had to betaken the PBA tanks being put in the tank
to Gainesville or JacksonvilleFire of water fastened in place and a 3. I frt ;1
Dept. to be refilled, requiring then discharging air from the i y u. {
many out of town trips for city and storage cylinders into the PBA tanks
county agencies in order to keep until the desired pressure is obtain
their fresh air supply up to par, ed.
,: which is a must for respiratory pro- Aquisition of the equipment and 11
tection to firefighters. materials was a joint effort of the r ( : f,
l The system which has been in ser county fire county rescue and city
; vice for about three weeks consists fire departments with the commission -
\ of a gas engine powered air- chairmen of these departments ....
; compressor, a filtering system, backing the project. ..
clean air storage tanks, and charg- Before any department could use
ing or filling station. the compressed air from this systemfor qp i
The system works in the following breathing, a sample of the air
manner, atmospheric air is piped in had to be taken to a Jacksonville test
from the outside (with a filter being lab for analysis. Chief Bill Crouse o
; at the initial intake). The air then the Lawtey VFD took two PBA
passes into the compressor where cylinders of air to Jacksonville for
another filter is stationed to take out the test and the results were that the Assistant Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee inspects newly installed cascade system .
i any larger particles of impurities breathing air being produced by the
which may be present. After the air system was of a high quality. "Bill
f" passes through the compressor a has been a big help in the establish-
separator collects any moisture and ment of the system," said Hardee. .
Final Dispositions in BC County Court .


Bradford Rescue The following defendants appeared possession of cannabis was found found guilty of disorderly conduct license suspended five years, must
. Report before Judge George H. guilty and was fined $124, placed on and fined$59.25. The battery chargewas attend DWI school, remain under
Pierce in county court Feb. 4. six months court supervision, must dismissed by the state attorney. Salvation Army supervision six
tit t The Bradford County Rescue Unit Seventeen calls were illness Steven Wayne Hickey charged not be involved with drugs or months.
-- responded to 77 calls during the related,six calls were to cardiac pa- with driving while intoxicated and alcoholic beverages.John Willie Brown charged with driving Charges of wilful-wanton reckless
:';. month of January. 28 required no tients and seven were to patients possession of cannabis was sentenced while intoxicated was found guilty driving and no valid driver license \
,::1 transporting 49 runs required the with respiratory problems. on the possession charge. Hickey and fined $1,050, placed on one year against Law were dismissed by the
'J transporting of 52 Four people were dead when the received six months Salvation Army W. Jackson charged with probation, license suspended ten state attorney.
ding to Director of Emergency Ser- rescue unit arrived and four calls probation,fined$429,must complete driving while intoxicated,was found years, must attend DWI school and
vices Cliff Chapman.The were false alarms. Eight calls were 40 hours community work, attend guilty and fined $334 must DWI serve ten days in rehabilitation program Paul Lester Roe charged with
backup unit made five runs cancelled and one run was to stand- driving under influence school at school, license revoked six months, in Duval County. driving while intoxicated; found
and one patient was taken by Stat- by at a structure fire. Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic and SO hours community work and six guilty and sentenced to one year
Flight. Two runs were to obstretric pa- must violate no laws. The DWI months Salvation Army probation. Cynthia Anne Law charged with Salvation Army probation, license
The majority of the calls,34,were tients. charge was dismissed. driving while intoxicated; found suspended 10 years, fined $1,050,
transported to Bradford Hospital. The Quick-Response unit responded Joyce Manning charged with bat ,sentenced to serve ten days in must complete 50 hours communitywork
Four patients were taken to each of on 23 fire calls in January,accor- Thomas M. Edwards charged with tery and disorderly conduct was jail (on weekends), fined $544, and attend DWI school.
three hospitals, Shands, Alachua ding to Chapman.
General and Reception Medical Eleven brush fires, four structure
Center.One patient was transportedto fires, two assists on Rescue runs :
Lakeshore Hospital in Lake City (auto accidents) and two smoke in- PJ >i/ .z
and one patient to Humana Hospitalin vestigations.One S. ,
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t, Nine runs were to people in run was to a dumpster fire J .r.r
: trauma and four were to people in and three runs were cancelled while ,
trauma resulting from an the unit was enroute.
automobile accident. Three calls The playing life of the average
were due'lo emotional distress and The number to call for Rescue in guitar string is forty hours. \I /' (: :
), two calls! were to overdose victims. Bradford County is 9644161. 'JI:I) (:/41 I h"/IS I.T' IJY S;!:'

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