Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Bradford Colll1

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No important wind or frontal systems are expected in the extend- Thr.Sections" j.
ed weather forecast for Friday ,
through Sunday.
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rather cold and very dry period, with excellent, hlghfirecondiNOwI.. . /. .Poges. . .Poges '1-3
tions revalent is the word. Residents are asked to be very careful Editorial . ... .:. .. .Pagd;" 4

with fire. Ugoli I '' ... . ... . .Poge'II dot
There is a chance the fair weather could turn into rain over the Social I'. . . . .Page 5tSporti
weekend when temperatures are seen warming into the 60s by Sun . . . .. .;.alia I 1-U
day. Lows in the 30s and highs in the 50s arc expected going into the

weekend..Less than a half inch of rainfall was recorded by Radio WPXE in New Sri..Poy..4,1to ;{ LORI .

theFeb. 7 and 11 rains. So far in February rainfall totals 1.8 inches. Deaths . . . . paB. 4 T111 1 Lt'dZP F 32611 ,IIS Side of Heaven

Fifty-year average for February is 3.43 inches. Want Ads . . . .Poges M. 1 i 1 rL r'LORIDA act Yltl Copy

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I / i-noting' Jail Conditions Suit Surprises iocFOffi pF.FL I

An enforcement action suit over prisoners and inadequate lighting( cited deficiencies in conditions at the enforcement actions in some 11 spector will find something wrong,"
deficiencies in the county jail filed and plumbing in the county jail. Dolph Reddish has counties. Most common complaints says Sheriff Reddish.The .
Songs of the Heart... by the state Department of Correc- brought the problem to the county against county ,jails, which are hav- administrative code on jail inspections
tions (DOC) surprised Bradford of- 20 Days to Reply.. .. commission.The ing a time meeting new state regula- was revised in 1976, 1981
The Starke Repertory Chorale ficials but makes them no more anx- The suit gives Bradford County 20 county has moved to improve tions, are understaffing, over and 1984 to reflect case law on
under the direction of Don Hardy ious to locally fund a new facility. days to answser the complaint. conditions in the 32-year-old jai The crowding, and fire hazards. minimum standards of operation fora
will present a Valentine's Day Con- "I'm not anxious to spend: $4 The county currently has no at- jail has been painted, new steel Some of the suits have been settled jail and generally parallel the
cert of love songs this Thursday; million on a new county jail," says torney on retainer, therefore an attorney doors and a fire escape have been in- by negotiation, other are still pen- standards adopted by the American
Feb. 14, at 8 p.m. at the Starke County Commission Chairman Max- is being sought to handle the stalled. Recently a move was madeto ding. Correctional Association.
Woman's Club. ie Carter. response. Commission Chairman create additional space for
The program will feature love The suit, with DOC as the com- Carter said he is thinking of getting minimum security prisoners on the Good Record...
songs of popular nature. All per- plaintant, was filed by the attorney advice from the state Association of first floor of the jail in what used to No Panic... "I understand the need for stan
sons attending the concert will general's office in Tallahassee and County Commissioners about now to be the living room of the jailer's First of all, I want to say that we dards," Sheriff Reddish says, "but I
receive a Valentine when enteringthe was received in Starke Friday. It proceed and may ask for a recom- quarters.And are not going to panic and go out and can't help but reflect on our recordof
concert hall. A door prize will was filed in the Eighth Judicial Cir- mendation of an attorney to handlethe plans are under way to builda take bids to spend $4 million to builda jail operation over the past 30
be given. Although the concert is cuit Court in Bradford County. It jail suit case. 20 to 30 man minimum security ad- new jail." says Sheriff Reddish.It years.Sheriff.
free, donations will be requested.This charges the county commission has dition to the jail. is not a new problem. Reddish, who began his
evening is sponsored by the been advised of deficiencies, in- No New Problem... i i:1', That's why local officials were "It's been my experience over the career as jailer, points out no in-
Starke Woman's Club and will be cluding understaffing, lack of proper Bradford has been bugged or surprised that the suit was filed. years that no matter what you do to
I I followed by a reception. supervision for juvenile and female years by DOC inspectors who have But DOC has filed jail deficiency keep up with new standards, an in- (see Jail Suit..p.2A)
, The public is invited. ')
i The chorale has been together
", two years in February. Members
are Pat Crawford, Marian Douglas, ,
Charlene Francis, Bill George, Clerk Back In
Denny George, Esther Hardy. Bill l -
McRae, Bob Milner, Carol Milner r ,i ? ,
Annette Pusateri, Cana Schmidt,
Dirk Schmidt, and Debbie Woodfin.

Legislative Hearing...

The Bradford County legislative Mayor Quits'At

delegation invites all citizens and .
elected officials of the county to a
public hearing Tuesday, Feb. 19, at !
10 a.m. in the county commission
meeting room in the courthouse.
Legislators will be on hand to

hear any questions or comments HamptonAmid
relating to the upcoming 1985 ,
Legislative Session. i
The delegation consists of Sen. -
Bill Grant D-Madison; Rep. accusations of misuse of city had been given a copy of the letter
George Crady, D-Yulee, and Rep. funds and non-payment of license by Fox.
Chance Irving, ROrange Park. fees Mayor Elwood Padgett of Clerk Williamson objected to the
trJ Hampton verbally resigned during reading of the letter in public by
the Feb 12 regular meeting. He was Padgett, stating that the letter was a
Pancake Supper... joined in his resignation by the personal communication to a person

The Junior and Senior groups of Chairman of the City Council Ted considered a friend.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church will r Curtis. Flynn, when asked to read the let-
l Xn p t The actions ter and express an opinion on the
sponsor their annual pancake sup t were apparently spur-
per Tuesday, Feb. 19 from .m. r 4 red by the request by Clerk Lola legality of a public reading, refusedto
Cost is $2 for adults, $1.50 fore : Pt i' Williamson that she be reappointedas even read the letter, stating that
children. f ? City Clerk depite the fact that her he did not consider it City business.
Every is welcome I IGator resignation was to be effective at the. Padgett then reversed his decisionto
read the letter and Instead referred
February tiIlg;
...:;., -, .' to minutes of a special meeting
QB'ltib The Council and Mayor had all held earlier in Jan., in which Mayor
Sets Banquet... cited Clerk Willliamson for her devo- Padgett stated that he had been in-
tion to and excellent performance of formed that money had been found
Coach and Mrs. Galen Hall, the duties in the office, and several short in a city account.

UF coaching staff, and the 1984 The Polish and Palaver was a Popular Treat... Council members reaffirmmed that Williamson, Padgett said, had of-
senior from the SEC cham-
players belief Tuesday night. fered to pay the shortage and resign
pion football team will be honored Grace Barnes, with Infants Randy and Latasha, is In- Warney Adkinson remembers earning spending The Mayor asked an opinion from her office. Padgett stressed that the
guests at the annual banquet of the terviewed by Times-Union reporter Larry Hand as she money shining shoes for 5 cents a pair, in a chair just City Attorney James R. Flynn con- resignation was the sole decision of
Starke Gator Quarterback here pauses for a shoe shine during Garage Sale activities at like the one above in a Clayton, Ala. barbershop.For cerning the reading of a letter mail- Williamson and that he had already
Tuesday, Feb. 19. the Old Courthouse last weekend. Shoeshiners, at left ( more Garage Sale pictures and stories, see ed by Williamson to Paul Fox of the accepted her decision. He added that
The public is invited. Admissionis are Junlorettes Lynn Holtzendorf and Suzy Wilson. B-Section. Page 1.) audit firm of Davis, Monk, Farn-
Ha nipt OH..P.2 A)
$12 Tickets are (See
per person. swoth and Co. Padgett stated that he
available at Leila's Dress Shop
Wilson's Florist, and Charley E.

send Johns p.m. 533-2915 Strickland Insurance; Al 533-3373,Kay or phone Carlisle or Town-after 5 School Board Gets First Peek at Supt. Duncan's 'Wish List' I

964-5877, Gladys Hobbs 964-6789, or
Hazel Hardy 9647451.
The banquet will be held in the A "wish-list" for a revamped ad- School BoardSuperintendent
Starke armory. Social hour beginsat ministrative lineup got its first
6 p.m. Dinner will be served at once-over by the Bradford school 'I
7:30: p.m. board as it was presented by new t
Supt. Jim Duncan at a Feb. 4

Upcoming Meetings... workshop.
Supt. Duncan wants two assistant
Bradford School Board meets superintendents, one for instructionand I I
Monday, Feb. 18, at 7 p.m. in the one for support systems, work I Assistant Superintendent
school administration building on Assistant Superintendentfor
ing directly under him with the prin- lorSupport
N. Temple Ave. in Starke. cipals on the same level. That line- Principals
Starke commission meets Tuesday Instruction Sy.t.msCoordinator
up contrasts with the current opera-
Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in city tion in which the program directorsand Program
hall in Starke. coordinators reporting directlyto Analyst,
Instructional' "...
SREC Move... the superintendent.Duncan said it will. take 1.5 new I

The Community Outreach Center positions to fill his proposed lineup.No .
and the Homemaker's Office, spon- funding plan was presented to I I IPononnol
sored by the Suwannee River the school board last week, just the Ousln..s Oporatlonl
Economic Council, Inc., has movedto lineup. An unfilled assistant
272-6 South Bay Street, on the superintendent's position, for whichno I
east side of the Pantry Pride job description has been written, Exceptional Childhood
building behind the Gulf Life In- is funded which would make up part Education Vocational I food
surance office. of Duncan's plan. Problem is there Curriculum ft Instruction Student Services Adult Servlco

For information, phone 9646696. are currently six administratorswith K-1Z Testing Com. Ed.
The move was necessitated by the title of "director" or "coor- Records
the demolition of the old Bradford dinator" and an assistant
County jail to make way for the superintendent would have to be Plus 1.5 Positions"I
establishment of a Starke Center paid more than those two titles. Triest to the soffet of the new
duties Lawson pointedout.
Duncan said the chart had been don't want to be critical. I'm the life of the track Keeping grass negotiating ,
for Fe College. cafeteria.
Santa Community
the $230,000
onto pave-
for obvious from encroaching
just money-shy
by a state management
proposed An application was also presentedby Supt. Duncan said the board is
Fuqua Rep. Here.... survey team that spent two weeks in reasons said Chairperson ment. the firm that negotiated in 1984, holding 20 percent of the contract
Spengler, referring to the extremely
Duncan said
the district recently. and that Triest has promisedto
A staff assistant from the office his personal recommendation on tight budget caused by a lower than Negotiators Apply... Forbes Labor Relations Services, price
of U.S. Second Congressional' county level staffing will be expected FTE count in October and The board heard three proposalsfor Inc. for $8,500. Forbes was paid correct the problems.

District Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha, presented to the school Board at its raises given employes last year. handling collective bargaining $12,000 last year. Committee Gone...
will be in several locations here upcoming Monday Feb. 18, negotiations with teachers in 1985. The board could not tell which
next Thursday, Feb. 21. meeting. Other discussion, which the board Dr. Jim Longstreth and Dr. Jim would be the least expensive The Blue Ribbon Committee into
The schedule is: Starke courthouse Board chairperson Patricia will consider for action at its Feb. 18 Skaggs, both with advanced degreesin because of the policy of paying for organized last year to delve solu-
9:30-10:30: : a.m.; Keystone Spengler pointed out that in the past meeting: education and who have taught, extras, such as phone calls and prin- school problems disbanded is propose apparently
tions has ,
Heights post office, 1-1::45 p.m., the board had gone from the type of been principals and ting materials, without further ex- to
and Hampton, post office, 2:15-2:45: administrative line-up suggested by Track Unusable... superintendents, entered its application amination.The inactive, and it. there are no plans

I p.m. Duncan to the current system with The newly paved track at Brad by Longstreth, currently an third option was suggested by reorganize Mrs. pointed out uniformity -
, five program directors which had ford High is not usuable, Coach Alachua County School Board Supt. Duncan, who said negotiating Spengler curriculum is still lacking.
Berry Pageant... been preferred by former Supt. Tom boar Loper reported to the school member. Longstreth offered to do duties could be made part of the Curriculum Director Lucille Payne
Beauty Casey who stepped down this year. the negotiating for $7,500, and said duties of school board attorney said the staff is trying to work
The annual Strawberry by the Starke "I'm thinking, of...," began Mrs. Calling the $22,000 paving job they believe the negotiating can be Terry Brown. toward that, and the schools are
Pageant, sponsored "totally unacceptable," Coach done without creating a major problem
Junior Woman's Club Bradford, is set High March Spengler."...Of course, money," Supt. Dun- Loper said the asphalt, laid the first between management and Agenda... not together always on paper carried but the out program at the is
30 at 0 p.m. in the can said. warm day after the New Year employees of the school board. Supt. Duncan told the board he classroom level.

School auditorium. pick "Well,that's what board members freeze, has cracks lesions, and will never present an item without a BMS Principal Dewey McKinney
Interested contestants may of the Longstreth said he would like a
at Williams worry about. said Mrs. Spengler. depressions. The consistency recommendation, and pointed out it pointed out the curriculum problem
up application forms "This is my wish list,' Duncan material is all right the workship staff member to conduct the negotia- is always the board's privilege to should be noted in the comprehensive -
Bradford said he
Jewelry ( Square tions with the team and
replied, meaning it not be possi- was not said Loper.It "
may vote "no. done. Dun-
audit recently Supt.
Store or staff! ad-
location), Mitchell's Drug today ble to move all the way to his new will cost$6,000 or$8,000 to repair would train the member, Duncan and the board were can said he assumes the board will
Bradford High School beginning he realized that would be working -
this the track estimated. Supt. ding
alignment year. Loper discussing the new superintendent's work hard as possible to put staff
Feb. 14). Applications but that as
himself out of job
(Thursday has a
Jim don't over-sell that Duncan said architect Al Dompe for consent
program recommendation a agen- such
members in charge of areas.
must be returned to Williams with would be in the best interest of the
at one time cautioned board been contacted and was talking da, which groups routine items to
Jewelry no later than Friday, member J.T. Parrish. the contractor Watson, of school board. .
speed meetings.BE ..
scheuledMarch up Make-Up Days.
March 8. Orientation is "You just want two assistant Gainesville.The Board member J.R. (Jim)
10. Questions may be superintendents and we don't have board agreed with Operations Lawson said he doesn't favor an in- Cafeteria... Feb. 22 and June 5 will be the
directed to Pageant CoordindatorVicki house the job would make-up days for the two days of
the money to pay one, said board Director Lennard Register to put negotiator Bill'McRae said there
Gaines, phone 9648495. member J.R. (Jim) Lawson, $1,500 more into the Job and have make a staff member the most un- Principal cosmetic items left to be school missed when._---the fire-occur-
Theme for the 1985 pageant is inside of popular man lri town. One staff are some Wish List..Pg.2A)
laughing to demonstrate it was a curbings installed on the corrected by contractor Ernest (See
"Strawberries Around the friendly remark. the track, which will greatly extend member quit because of the


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ZTfI.IWRAPIl February 14, 19K5 I

Hampton .

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from page I A) because of reports in the local press Padgett. Padgett admitted that he in the mean time a special audit report would not be completeduntil establishment of written council policies decision of' ry
his appointee for clerK was Uiarlene a reference to the situation in whicha had not purchased a license but thatit meeting would be held with Padgettto the next council meeting. employment after a
Lester. confidential memo was circulated.Thememo was a actual location discuss his tendered resignation. to pay several parttime city
Williamson stated that Padgett authored by Williamson of mlsta.the property Flynn was to contact Padgett con Agreed to bid out sale of an anti- employees for Christmas Day as
had told her the auditing firm had warnedthe Council of financial which limits into. cerning the meeting.If que city fire truck if the title can be fulltime workers were paid.
demanded her resignation a charge. difficultiesKphe: Mayor stressed at unincorporated Bradford County. the resignations are continued, obtained. Council Jane Hall to
that he strenously denied. that time I fils, beliefljhat the docu- Padgett then offered his immediate present vice-chairman'Scott Davis Appointed
ment was a'\'Iolalion of Florida Sunshine verbal resignation from the wouM .nove up to the Chairman Asked the clerk to prepare an inventory contact the Chamber of Commerce site
Williamson explained that the Lawsjfa statement that drew. office and left the city hall site of the spot which would also carry the of all city,physical property. concerning' the availability that would of a be. \.
shortage was her fault, in that she editorial mention.P' ,, ?,..'}, meeting.Chairman. powers of the empty Mayors seat owned by the city of industrial
had failed to pay the required Council Jane Hall then stated that Ted Curtis then among them appointment of a new Heard a report that all problemsas suitable for some type old ci-
hookup charge to the city for water if the only problem with tendered his resignation, also effec- Clerk. a result of the freeze had been developement. The site is the of
usage. The hookup was to a rental Williamson's action'had been cork tive Immediately, citing the lack of Davis stated that'he would have corrected in the water department.Are ty park located at the intersection Railroad. The
mobile home ofWilliamson.Williamson rected by repayment,then she had time to deal with the current problems resolved the problem by appoint- SR-18 and the G S'F
no problem with reappointment of ment of Charlene Lester as Clerk, to receive the plans for the ci- site is approximately 10 acres.
admitted the shortageand Williamson. ,Theremaining .council then according to the wishes of the -ty park at the next council meeting. 11
A' of the new
apparently repaid the funds on The Mayor then stated that any4gaction Ir agreed to accept'n5 resignations Im- Mayor not because of a disbelief in Heard the first reading with 1
January 11,in the presence of Mayor' the council took would be fine mediately pending receipt of written Williamson but just to settle tale Will pay the cost of attendance at franchise agreement ordinance i
Padgett, in the amount of $75.: She with him, but that he did not like the statements. City Attorney Flynn ,matter.In Police Academy for Marshal John Florida Power & Light Corporation. iI I
also tendered her resignation in accordance policy of city forgiveness for the borrowing recommended this action as well as other business earlier in the Hodges to include the required the
to the agreement reachedby of city money. a cooling-off period lasting 30 days,, tumultuous meeting, the council: physical examination. Agreed to donate $100 to Fund. ':
all the parties. Williamson then asked about the during which Williamson would con- Starke Santa Fe Endowment "
Williamson added that the auditor lack of Occupational License on the tinue to act as Clerk which the coun- Heard Leo Hury of Davis, Monk, Heard a recommendation by This item had been discussed in !
told her the report was held up self-employed businesses of cil also passed. Farnsworth report that the city Flynn that the city investigatethan earlier meetings"I

Jail Suitfrom '

( page 1A) Bradford's women inmates even six weeks and we have a contractorto 'caine, the arrests had to be made in have ever been killed in jails. think the state is over-reacting I'I'in J
mates have been seriously.burned or though they are few. install as soon as it arrives,Red- shifts to avoid overcrowding the jail. Cars kill more people than han the enforcement of jail standards j
in the dish said. (Hot water not And aren't going sand many counties have over-
killed by a fire at the jail and that Juveniles are not kept long was provided dguns. yet Judges "
complaince with the state fire code Jail under current law and policy. to all of the cells.) Court Intervention... out and writing court orders about reacted to the state pressures" and
has been a priority since he took office Someone stays with a juvenile In- The overcrowding citation was the "The thing that bothers me in all the slaughter on the highways. paid through the nose. ::1
in 1973, mate until he or she is picked by a result of exceeding the capacity of 14 this," Reddish says, "is the lack of
No fire code violations were men- representative of the Dept.of Health persons. The suit states that as common sense approach to enforce-
tioned in the suit, which Reddish and Rehabilitiative Services."It many as 19 prisoners have been ment of these rules.
looks on as a real plus. "We are proud doesn't make sense to require housed in the Jail. A minimum "Anywhere you go in the free
of that, we have been working on that kind of committment of funds security addition and the living world is a life and death situation. 1
that which is the main problem in when we seldom even have a femalein room conversion are moves plannedto You risk being killed driving your -HJHA
other counties" said Reddish. the Jail," Sheriff Reddish maintains overcome that deficiency.In car to church on Sunday. ::1
"We've never had an inmate killed a recent case involving some 23 "We slaughter more people with
by another inmate in the history of arrests for sale and possession of co-, cars on our highways in one year )
the jail"Reddish points out."A per The Problems... 4estauranta.n 1
son would be much safer in the Bradford Sheriff Reddish said most of the woo
County jail at midnight than listed complaints have been either
walking around downtown Starke." corrected or are in the process of be- LEASE NOW AND SAVE! -
ing corrected, except that more Happy I IValentine's
Reddish can remember only two female corrections officersd have
or three suicides since the two-story not been hired. to be completed within 60 days -
brick jail was built in 1950. Lack of a guard on the second floor Pre-Completion
where inmates are housed is another 7,160 sq. ft. Min hopping Center North End Day I
Female Inmates... problem cited by DOC. Sheriff Red-
A problem has been lack of dish says a DOC Inspector told him out of congestion i ; loads of paved parking. Call I
fulltime female supervision of intercom system would satisfy
women prisoners. that requirement and an intercomhas Ralph Bryan Real Estate to reserve your spot! CH1NGSG

been installed.Lights .
Sheriff Reddish acknowledges the were installed to meet an talc our
problem but says it would be an ex- earlier deficiency cited. Ralph Bryan
pensive situation to have a women During the next inspection an in- Vatenttaeto
guard employed for the occassional spector said the standards had been Real Estate' Broker Chtaat Feb. 20th
female prisoner. It would take five changed and new lights had to be Reg.
new positions and cost 985,000 per ordered.The new lights were installed -
year to hire female officers around on Friday, the day the report was Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
the clock Sheriff Reddish has told received Reddish said. .
the county commission.But Hot and cold running water in all 964-8788 or 964.6208 964-7681
the sheriff cannot find cells 'was another deficiency cited. 1900 N. Temple Ave., US 301 N (To-Rena Motel)
another county willing to house New plumbing has been on order for

Wish List ,\

from page 1 A) Center, Starke Elementary and
red at BHS, Supt. Duncan said he Southside Elementary will have 0 0 0 0 d o 0' I
and the teacher union, the Bradford summer schools. Parents will be
Education Association have agreed. responsible for getting students to .
Feb. 22 was previously a teacher school from outlying areas. ...; .,>,,c..w' ,Iii AJJHE17 :
planning.,day.'June 5was/ a post Plans for the summer swimming :' .
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planning day, ', 'program:are shaky Duncan said,. .
Duncan said different combina- and was not known at the Feb. 4 j
tions of dates had been proposed, workshop if the program will be car
that teachers voted, and the two ried on this summer. YOU'LL GET i
days were chosen. 98 teachers voted
for the Feb. 22 and June 5 combination Rule Revision...
compared to 76 for April 5 and A need to revise school board GKZAT6W/M0S y !
June 5, Duncan said.. rules, last revised in 1982, was noted h
by Supt. Duncan.
Summer School... New rules have been added, some BIG. 7V .:
Plans are to conduct summer have been changed, some laws have DURING OUR .
'school the last two week of June and changed and some rules no longer
the month of July Supt.Duncan told apply, making it difficult to enforce
the board. some policies of the board Duncan I
Bradford High, the yo-Tech said.

O oNEpv

Old Time Medicine Show \ \. It I


Comes to Starke WednesdayStarke's Cp\.. 390o: MITA DC-11

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Sunshine Acres is sponsor- Blue Grass music and novelty acts. ,
ing another night of rousing good Your only chance to see a real "\ ,
times as Tommy's Old Time Medicine medicine show featuring "Gong the !
Show comes to town for a show to Gorilla". '
benefit the Bradford Association for There will also be a special Talent I J.. "aa For As Low As
Retarded Citizens (Sunshine In- Search before the show. If you sing or .. .. E "
dustries). play, register one hour before the \\ $6000
show and your talent will be Judgedby I Q, 1 Per Month
The show is set for Wednesday, audience applause. The winner 1 \)\a,0 We Furnish Paper & Maintenance
February 20th at the Bradford High will be submitted to the Nashville c-a\:
School Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.' Management and Record Company. 1 A.1\\\ft"
As always this promises to be a ,-". 0 vt ag
This will be the htird year that Tom night of fun-filled entertainment one t't,, "t !
my Scott's Old Time Medicine Show which you can only see once per 6s \. SWJN1'Ec
has performed for the Bradford ARC. so don t miss this chance to see a real ulati "
Tommy Scott's "Last Real Medicine live medicine show. This is great 'I rBsS8&Z&
Show"as seen on Johnny Carson family entertainment kids will love ; ''I
Charles Kuralt's "On the Road",andWalter it.Advanced .

brings Cronkite's recording CBS and Evening TV stars News 10 and adults are tickets$3 each for and both can children be pur- /J I 'It\\" ,, .,. ::: featoror "

carloads of fun and music clowns (See Medicine Show P.3A) S 1't. 510 ,


SREC Accepting ApplicationsFor PAYMASTER


Weatherization ProgramThe Reg. 338,

Suwannee River Economic kool seal roofs, to keep the cold air $279 8 OFFICE FoulpF .!

Council Inc., recently announced out of the home. Tow 1
that the Weatherization Program is If you would benefit from F NRURF 1
still operating in Bradford County. gram and think you might qualify, THE 7 ,dw rl
The program provides materials'and come by the Outreach Center at CNs
labor to make homes as 2724 South Bay St.in Starke and fill OFFICE "
weatherproof as possible, at no cost out an application or call 9644096. $
to the recipient. SHOP sea/e0e P ri1GNJ.
Proof of income, for the 'entire New Income Guideline sap
family and proof of ownership must
accompany the application. Tax 69 j
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The emphasis is on we entertainment .
Medicine Showfrom In Doc Scott's show, which includes
It. singers, a novelty act, clown-
( page ZA) ing,Butt juggling/ and :unicycleact.
pride in the fact that
chased at the Starke Chamber. of he makes people feel good with his
Commerce, Sunshine Acres or medicines and hi* music
r a 2 through any Bradford ARC business
member. Although Scott says he to "almost
Proceeds will be used for the expan- 70" he has no plans for retiring.
.. sion of the Sunshine Industries

Workshop located on St. Rd. West.In "Everybody says "What are you

the 50 years since "Doc" Scott's going to do when you retire? A lot of
he folks look forward to retiring so they
Medice Show has been on the road
has traveled about 50-75 miles a day, can travel around the country in a
motor home. That's what I'm doing. I
visiting as many as 350
I've been retired for
guess 70 years. I
towns a year from January through love It."

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Friends of Lady Liberty... FEBRUARY

These students from Peg SUnwIx-Hay's class at Bradford Middle man. lacocca heads the Chrysler Corporation. Ford Is a former U.S. ? ONLY

School are listening to Principal; Dewey McKinney read a letter to BMS president. Style 51 \IJnmounted
from the chairman of the Fund to Restore the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Principal McKinney says the certificate will be framed and displayedIn It Nc, : Shoe- Bright BronzeNOW'$123S
Island. the main lobby at BMS.
The certificate reads: i as" iV r .

This class recently contributed $80 In the name of Bradford Middle "In the minds of people everywhere, no idea is more powerful than }. *
School. freedom.And In the hearts and souls of everyone,no symbol of freedom Is :: <; 1 Reg. $16.50
more compelling or more treasured than the Statue of Liberty."On .4v
Margie Hall, an 8th grader In the BMS gifted class, was first to expressa behalf of all those who decades past have forsaken their homes, .
desire for the class to raise money for Lady Liberty.Margie, along with their possessions, and their native land to seek freedom, your contribu- .tr' \. S
11 other Bradford County youths, visited the Statue of Liberty last sum- tion Is deeply appreciated. ;
mer with Mrs SUnwIx-Hay. .' As a contributor the name,Bradford Middle School,will be entered on a \\
A certificate, signed by Lee lacocca, chairman of the Statue of Liberty permanent Register of Contributors to be displayed at the museum of the
Ellis Island Centennial Commission, and Gerald R.Ford honorary chair- rebuilt Statue of Liberty, Port of New York United States of America.
Now is the time
to save on bronzing
baby's precious shoes. With,

I every adorable scuff and crease
preserved forever in solid metal. '
Humane Plans
Society Adoption ProgramBy
they make priceless gifts for your i i,
"family to cherish 'through the years.
Mark Friedlin months ago. They dumped two little strays from extermination."We ing in the city must meet city re
BCT Staff Writer puppies right in front of them on the would also like to find some of quirements, which state that all dogs I
Two weeks ago In the Telegraph,we road and then drove away laughing. the sheltered strays a good home, so must have a license and a tag, have
ran a picture of a German Shepard They new a little girl couldn't resist they will be included on our list of all inoculations and must not be ,
I and Bradford Humane Society Presi- two helpless puppies left in the road to adoptables," Newsome said. "All allowed to run at large. City animals .
dent Lynne Newsome in hopes pf fin starve. We are just glad we can help. animals must be spayed or neutered, picked up by local animal control w.'P.IICI"'Q"1 style' Slylc M,n 6.itureBright ?. Oval, |with Style 8 45.10 Portrait or bi7 Stand frame)
ding the dog a good home. The Humane Society is doing a great however, to help us conform with agents may not be returned.For O"Q"O, Well, the story and picture accomplished job and we hope they continue." state laws." further information, call Mrs. NOW $20.21 NOW $41.21 Bright Bronze NOW ONLY
both. Soon the Humane Society plans to The society helps out with a portionof Cooney at 964-8827,Barbara Renfro at Rep S2695 RoO<> S5<95 Reg. $62 95 $47.21
After several calls concerning begin working with the Starke Animal the cost in certain cases, determined 964-8288 or Lynne Newsome at SPECIAL-Baby'a name,blrthdata engraved-only 25t per lelter.Ma'ny .
possible adoption, Lynne received a Shelter in hopes of upgrading its stan- by the volunteers. All animals liv- 9647789.SOMETHING .
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j This beautiful cocker-type pooch(on the right) Is shown with one of his
J temporary friends at Humane Society Volunteer David Dodge's house.
'1 Dodge and his family are one of a group of families In this area who help 1212 n. Temple Ave. Starke. Florida 96*< a67.. Is Coming To Starke
9 the society keep homeless animals until proper homes are found.
: For Information see the accompanying story.

described the dog perfectly but found(
it hard to believe that he had traveled
five miles to the Newsome house. tJRE
The next day they planned to return INDEPENDENCE
him to his home. Everyone was in
agreement except the dog. He TAKESSTRATEGY
wouldn't leave. Since the owners did
not have a fenced in yard they decided -
to look for a new home.After many "Your Family Video Store"
: calls, a perfect home was found, a

large the farm woods.with people around, backin THE FIRST 25

This case had a happy ending, but Ji- 1
for Humane Society volunteers it LIFETIME
was just a small victory in the face of /
many other cases just like the nether q i MEMBERSHIPS
had just solved. ;
Since the picture was published .
Humane Society volunteers have RECEIVE 12 FREE
I received many calls,both about missing q .
' dogs and dogs without homes. e iC e MOVIE RENTALS
I 'Without identification, e.
, proper
r (11 par month
:. ... many of these dogs are lost each year iC with this ad)
in both the city and the county,"
Newsome says. ''Some of these make i OFFER GOOD THURS., FRI. ft SAT,
1 it back home, others die of neglect, J
and a small percentage find new Producinrn
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" homes. If people find a dog,or need to
,r/ relocate a family pet, we hope they $1.99 VCR RENTALS
A I will give the Society a call and will do
9 our best to help with the p;::oblem. We
have a number of fine d looking fora *'U WE RENT YOUR FAVORITE MOVIES
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help keep our expenses down,we need lie knew -and he allowed the world-with strategy that defeated the British and PER DAY 2.99 FrI Night
volunteers to house dogs for seven to
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i.. by a vet and have their distemper in achieving financial independence, superior strategy should be applied in LIFETIMEMEMBERSHIPS Sunday Frtt)
sh ts. If can help out, we
that's be
would appreciate a call. All you needis obtaining the highest return on your investment dollar. And we

a fenced in yard and a big heart." deployed.We RQJ.A'ROID; VHS
Starke resident David Dodge Is one have no George Waaliingtona among our ranks but we do have a staff of
of those volunteers who is currently may I $149 TAPES!

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cocker pooch In the picture
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This is a very friendly dog who .
could really get along In a family typesituation COMMUNITY' STATE BANK ', from flyer '
very well," Dodge says. Fi5 m Bradford Square
"He's not too big and not too small t1 I Shopping Center
and he has a great personality. r I -
"If a bad situation here,' Dodge __ I C::) I. [ WINK DIXIE SHOPPING ,964-8927:
said. "People from the city drive out CENTER ] .s
here'to these rural areas and just

dump their dogs out on the side of the 811 S. Walnut .' 964-7830 MEMBERSHIP. GOOD AT OVER 36O LOCATIONS COAST TO COAST

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i and -;'ii;; Jails Have Been a Source of Trouble

: Opinion Commentary:::.: : :":4' ( ,

.'. '1" '(......,..''...t.< To County and City Over The YearsRequirements

1 To All Who Helped Make

for jail facilities, like Gotham.They filled the space between the come into play. A new lightning spring
everything else, have "come a long way, ceiling and the shingles with sand to weigh lock has done away with all trouble on this
Sale Success Thanks! baby" since Starke's lawbreakers were the structure down. This way of placing score.
Garage : housed in a makeshift shelter commonly ballast, while contrary to the mode used and
shingles pretty
I referred to as "the Jug." aboard ship,is,nevertheless,effective and are
birds will soon drop seeds through the
of the
in condition
Sheriff Dolph Reddish and County Com- quite keeping with the with cracks upon the ballast. Wonder how the
who troubled
of effort valued in terms of the missioners were "shook up" this week guests, are It also another jug would look surrounded by some
f It was an outpouring community community when a law suit was filed by the Florida Attorney top-heaviness. serves pur- vigorous Jerusalem oaks;
and cooperation the likes of which awareness that has been created con- General's office, charging over- pose. The sand sifting down through the .
I have never been equalled in Bradford cerning this significant project which crowding and other violations at the coun- cracks the bunk falls,into and they the eyes must of therefore those sleepingon crawl
ty jail Pratt Street. But apparently there was little concern
County., will enhance educational benefits for bed
under bunk
t the to sleep, whereby about the longevity of the makeshift jail
; That is one way although inade- youth and adult citizens of this area for Sheriff Reddish was surprised and clothes are kept clean. :for The Telegraph reporter of 1910 ended'his

: quate to sum up the four-day Garage many years to come. It has also dismayed been by the state action since he has Until a few days ago, the jug had been story with the comment that "The Jug
for the two
1 Sale event that took place here at the volunteer resulted in making the hundreds of ing the striving 34-year-old past structure years into to com-br- modern provided spirit with padlock of improvement and hasp prevailedeven but the alcohol is so well that it preserved will last forever.by the"fumes of
workers contributors of
Old last pliance and the
; Courthouse weekend. county was planning to
here. As the unwilling prisoner must
items to be sold, as well as buyers of construct a 30-man annex to take care of
be shoved in with the left hand while the
Hardly an individual or an organiza- the -The city's prisoners were housed in
those items overcrowding.
feel that have
they now a marshal quickly closes the door with his cells at the old city hall on the corner of
tion remained untouched the -
I by enthusiasm vested interest in the Starke Center anda Problems Not New right, the old arrangement was awkward Thompson and Jefferson Streets. At the
I generosity, and downright sincere desire to make it succeei.Guy and often a failure. The prisoner would get present time they are held in the county
j hard work it takes to make an event of But jail problemss are nothing new to hold of the hasp first and hold it so that the jail,which is now the subject of a law suit.
: this magnitude come together in a com- Andrews and Anita Rink, co- Bradford County. In its issue of Feb. 21, door could not shut, and the club had to
mon achievement.The chairmen of the Garage Sale, wish that 1890, The Telegraph carried the following
they could personally thank each and editorial comment: ,
bottom line in dollars from this -
every participant worker, donor, or "The prisoners break out of the county"jail
j all-profit event (everything was buyer but that would be impossible, as fast as they are put in.The Board of
I donated) was close to$20,000-far more considering the large number involved. County Commissioners at their next Conner and Coulter InductedInto
than had been anticipated, even by the meeting should instruct the sheriff to
most optimistic estimate. The value to Under the circumstances, all they can discontinue its use as a place of confine-

: the Santa Fe Community College Starke say is: ment.literally Chances be torn down are that by inmates the house making will Agriculture Hall of Fame

Center, however, cannot be calculated THANK YOU! THANK YOU! their escapes. Much better it would be to
I entirely in dollars. It must also be THANK YOU!III! turn them loose at once and by. so doing
I save the building."

I It is not known where this 1890 county {
Jail Suit Overlooks County's jail was located, but 20 years later the city .
: was also having prison problems, as
described in this item in The Telegraph'sissue
of September 2,1910:
I Effort to ComplyIt Municipalliostelry

Is Marvel of Ingenuity

is easy to understand the surprised have already been made in most of the Wednesday morning Marshal Hans

reaction of Bradford County Commis- cited areas, and materials still needed Austin had a general fall house-cleaning at
sioners and Sheriff Dolph Reddish when have been ordered and are expected to the "jug", as the municipal jail is called. :4
In to the The name is not far-fetched, for the little
slapped with a lawsuit last Friday, be on site momentarily. regard with roof
structure a pyramidical :
citing deficiencies in the county s34yearold overcrowding charge, Reddish said the square looks just like a Schiedam Schnapps bottle, l
jail. It was particularly county has already employed architectsto and if the place had a stove with a piece of
disturbing because the suit came at .a design a 3o-man annex to the jail. pipe outside it would very much resemblea

time when the sheriff's office and the Still believing that the State's charges jug. _

county are making a joint good-faith effort can be settled through negotiations, To the casual observer the interior

to comply with the cited deficiencies Reddish said, "We're not going to panic but presents there only are four many bare traditions walls and associatedwith a bunk,

.. and go gut and take bids to spend $4 the place to make it interesting, and if
Bradford was one of at least eleven million on a new jail." the walls could speak, they could tell some Two former Starke residents, Doyle Conner (right) Commissioner of
Florida counties facing legal action at startling tales. Agriculture, and C.H. (Hux) Coulter, former State Forester, were inducted
In view of the circumstances it is unfortunate -
into the Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame in ceremonies at the Florida State
this The first be remarked is the total
time because
of deficiencies to
that the Attorney Fair in
Tampa Monday. They join 19 other Floridians who have been so
absence of the walls and deface-
and several other cases have already office opted for suing rather than ment of any writing kind;on but the guests are not honored since the Hall of Fame was established in 1979 to recognize outstan
been settled by negotiations. The surprising negotiating at this time, when the county anxious to inscribe their names, and carving ding contributors to Florida agriculture.

thing, however, is that the suit is obviously striving to bring its: jail is made impossible because they haveto Conner, a native Bradford County, has served as Commissioner of
was brought when Bradford County is, into compliance with what appear to be, leave their pocket knives outside. Agriculture since first elected in 1970. He served as national president of
and has been for the past two : Future Farmers of America during his high school years, and was elected to
years, in some cases, overly demanding Just under the north window is a large ,
the Florida
House of
Representatives from Bradford
I County at the of 21.
making reasonable efforts to its charred where age
bnng spot, showing a prisoner
For instance the require-
regulations. Serving five terms, he became the state's youngest Speaker of the'House at
tried to burn himself out. Once of
jail up to required standards without ment to have full-time female supervi- a couple ; 28.
farmers incarcerated,but
stout were near
having to spend a million dollars or sion for female prisoners, 'when the ly set themselves at liberty by overthrowing Coulter, a native of Miami, began his forestry career in Starkg JWit.b.ttMa
more on a completely new facility. county house haoily dozen suck in- the. jug AJiew..and" l'S'CJ.Ja1; ; ; was\,.,. U.S. Forestry Service. He later moved t a-
Sheriff Reddish thinks the suit may, mates year s time. proposed but the scions who then'decided time leader in the field of forestry, serving aTstaleForeVterimWnw.reli2&-
in part, result from a "communicationsproblem" the weal or woe of the town saved expensesin ment several years ago.
a worthy of the wise of ,
way men
between the Attorney Through reasonable negotiations I ,
General's Office 'and the agencies that Bradford County could likely have been

inspect and report on jail conditions. spared the cost of defending a law suit,

While the suit asks that no prisonersbe and the money that will be used for at-
torney's fees could have been used more County Agent's Notebook'f -I by Bobby L.Taylor
housed in the 14-bed jail until condi- County Extension Agent -
tions are brought up to state standards, productively by applying it to needed I

Reddish says that good faith efforts jail improvements. '.. ... _

Hnw to Plan and Grow a Spring Garden

Long on Showmanship Planning a home garden this spring? If the proper seasons. Even crops such as place roofing paper or a sheet of plastic
so,I hope you will do some planning to help asparagus, rhubarb and globe artichokes film along one side of the trench. Refill the
make this project a success. Good planscan provide satisfactory experiences for many ditch with soil to form a barrier to roots.
save you a lot of time !and money, and gardeners although these crops are not
Short on SubstancePresident will make your garden a good experiencefor well-adapted here. Generally, you can grow a good garden
and family. wherever weeds will grow. Avoid areas
you your Grow vegetables that are liked by you that are low and wet during the gardeningseason.
Some early considerations in your plan and your family. Other considerations .A fertile,easily worked soil is best,
would be the selections of a site, should be the size of garden to fit
Senate leader expressed proper your your but other soils such as sand may be used.
Reagan's State of the Union majority vegetables and varieties, and a paper plan needs, and the nutritive value of the Since some gardeners have little choice in
address was his usual crowd-pleaser, disappointment that the President for the arrangement of vegetables. Later vegetables.Your soil, they can greatly improve an un-
with all the familiar trappings. But for refrained from acknowledging or even plans'include soil preparation, fertilizerand garden will be handy to plant, favorable soil with applications of organ c
those who hoped for and expected just a suggesting measures to curb or reduce lime, bedding and planting, cultiva- cultivate, and harvest if it is near the materials such as manure and compost.
the the deficit. tion, irrigation, insect and disease control, house. Locate the garden near a source of
bit more than the euphoria, and harvesting and using. Varieties differ not only in physical ap
was to ask "Where's the water for irrigation. Many gardeners sur- pearance,but also in such ways as intermit
temptation One economist that the
'' suggests Most vegetables may be grown in round their garden with a fence sufficiently quality, resistance to diseases and
.you-know-what? President does not fully understand the gardens throughout our area if grown in high and close woven to keep out climatic adaptability. Select varieties aug,
It was a nice birthday party complete dangers that lie ahead. The U.S. poultry,dogs, rabbits and children. Such a in our "Vegetable
fence not only protects the garden,but also grated Gardenia
with Mr. Reagan's now standard show- current-account deficit with foreign (Circular 104-available
of countries now runs at $140 billion a serves as a trellis for pole beans, fice at the Agriculture Building in Starke)
stopping act introducing some among year LettersSpeed tomatoes, and other crops needing sup *
because they have to be successfulin
the audience who deserve and get rous- and is still climbing. At some point port. our area.Try new proven and different items to

ing rounds of applause but what does economists say, the rest of the worldwill Locating the garden in full sunlight is increase your gardening pleasure.A .

aU this have to do with the national debtor refuse to invest the additional Up Justice more beneficial than afternoon exposure.Put plan of the garden should be preparedon
the $200,000,000 deficit, neither of billions in the U.S. that are needed to root crops, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, paper, showing the location of each
which was mentioned? After all..why keep the exchange rate afloat and Editor, Telegraph: cucumbers and melons in as full sunlightas crop, the amount to be planted on each

spoil a nice birthday party? finance the budget deficit. When invest- I read two articles in The Telegraph of withstand possible.more Most shade.of the leafy crops can date, crops to follow earlier ones, and the
ment to slow the dollar will variety of each vegetable to be planted.I'll
begins Jan. 31 the one about guards supplyingmen
As the of Mr. Reagan's genialitywore discuss other considerations in later
and shrub ar-
spell bullets etc., and the Tree roots compete with
decline inflation will rise and interest in prison with ,
and ticles. In the meantime, call County
off both Democrats and deal- vegetable plants for nutrients water. your
other about sent to prison for
Republicans alike observed that while rates will go up "sowing the seeds of a Ing in drugs. If the garden must be located near trees or Agent's office at 964-6280, Ext. 209, if you
the President struck apparently new recession' they predict. To me, it's time we woke up.If there had shrubs, dig a ditch 1 Mi to 2 feet deep and have any questions or problems. .

popular chords of optimism, he offered While a majority of Americans seem been a prison break as a result of the -

Congress little help in preparing the satisfied with Mr. Reagan's theme that guards who supplying live near the the prisoners prison ,could many have people in

public for the harsh cuts he advocates everything is going well and will be been hurt. This Is over and beyond the Forestry .l11..County I
for everything except defense. even better in the future ("you ain't guards who would no doubt have been hurtor by
seen nothin' yet"), the fact remains that killed.In .
Mr. Reagan carefully avoided mentioning both the and the ,President the other case, most people know
the deficit or the middle-class what can happen to them if they deal in Alternative Minimum Tax The law on alternative minimum tax and
sacrifices contained in the budget he face major challenges and must work drugs. May Apply to You Installment payments are quite confusing
had submitted to Congress only two together in the coming months to meet Let's look at our country's motto, "In and complex. You should contact a
the needs of the nation and those of its God We Trust". If this is to be our motto today If you sold timber in 1984 or plan to sell qualified tax consultant if you feel you
days earlier. people who are still in want. Together then it's time we started living by it. timber in the near future, you should be may be affected by this tax. You can use _
While recognizing the President's workable and must be, It is amazing how the crooks and their aware of a tax law change that became effective $50.000 in capital gains income as a guide;
plans can lawyers cry when they get their just in 1983. Starting in 1983, the"alter- once you approach or exceed this amount
oratorical flair, many economists and developed that will,bring farmers relief rewards or a part of it. They had no con- native minimum tax" could leave timber. you need to be aware of this tax liability.
political observers expressed concern from bankruptcy, and provide work for sideration for their fellow-man when they owners with a higher tax liability.
that he is not exerting the vigorous those still without jobs, without enoughto did their deed, but they surely cry for the 330th
leadership so sorely needed at this time. eat, and living in substandard hous- public and Judges to show sympathy to If you have an income over $50,000 from Bomber Group
Apparently he still continues to dependon them. the sale of timber or other long-term in- Veterans Being SoughtFor
ing. Stop and think of all the physical harm vestments for which you received long- First Reunion
uncertain future economic growth to that comes to a child, teenager, or adult term capital gains,you may be affected by .
cure the largest deficit in the nation's Together it can be done, but without a who becomes hooked on drugs.. Some i the alternative minimum tax. There is a The 330th Bomb
history, without resorting to deep spen- truly bipartisan effort, even the most recover, some become almost vegetables, .$ tion based on the amount of tion is trying to locate Group survivors Associa-of
ding reductions in defense or increased I optimistic predictions will, eventually and others die as a result of drugs. This i Is is the compute alternative minimum tax. the group in order to hold a reunion
surely murder, but the drug supplier able income. The alternative minimumtax
Even Republican Robert Dole. 'fail. for the first time since World War II.
taxes. on'his hand and
free with just a slap rate IB 20 percent. An illustration can The 330th was one of the B-29
returns to the same business if his lawyercan be obtained by contacting my office, but that raided Japan from Guam groups in
- --- get him off. Otherwise he may serve will not be shown here to avoid confusion.. 1945.' .
... 'A one to three years.Let's '
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will be suffer for the So far more than 200 men
hope our laws What can you do to eliminate or reduce who
( ,-q =-1).. criminal in the future than they have beenin .the burden of the alternative minimumtax served In the 330th have been

,.::::-;;: _...;. ._ D c.__ recent years. ? You can make frequent smaller sales located, and it is considered likely
and carried out that some members are
If punishment to sure, Instead of a few large ones. The best way presently
-- :::::===:: and forgotten living in this area. If so, please
a.._ = speedily-not just promised to reduce or eliminate the possibility of being I con
then we will see a decline' in our problemsof liable under this tax a to spread in- tact W.H. Claud 807 Greenbriar'
crime come from a timber sale over two-year I Drive Lake Park', Fla. 33403,or call
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I Howard Tuckers Celebrate 60th Anniversary Sunday q

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tucker Rohlin, Romelle Ogden, Mamie Two identical tables, covered with Chastain, Kathy Garrison, Romelle ', ,
were honored at a beautiful recep Stegall and Bessie Allen. floor length linen and lace cloths, Ogden, Margaret Lewis, Evelyn A. t1Y
tion In honor of their 60th wedding The hall was beautifully decoratedfor held a variety of delicious party Rohlin, Mamie Stegall and Gloria .
anniversary Sunday, February 10, the special occasion with arrangements foods.A three-tiered cake decoratedwith Schaeffer.On .
from 2:30 fresh fresh flowers the cake display were Mr. and Mrs. t tY tY tw
to 4:30: p.m., at the of mixed spring topped .' .
Keystone Heights Community flowers, plants and poinsettias plac- and separator level. Greenery and Tucker's wedding pictures and other ( x
Church Fellowship Hall. The ed throughout. fresh flowers encircled the base. pictures in their married life.
honored couple were married Feb.4, Serving the cake was Laurie
1925, in Osage City, Kansas. Mrs. Pat Friedlin greeted the Williams. Providing a rendition of beautiful
Hostesses for the delightful after- guests at the door and presentedthem Two identical tables, covered with music were Barbara Cole, pianist; r 6 .
noon event were: Pat Friedlin,Judy to the receiving line composedof linen and lace cloths, held the two Marcia Brooks,soloist and a duet by h ,
Brunning, Carol Assleck, Mary the honorees and their children.Mr. silver punch bowls.Serving punch at Bert and Gloria Schaeffer. t x
Chastain,Kathy Garrison,Margaret and Mrs. Steve Edmonds appointed times were Bessie Allen, Approximately 175 guests called
Lewis Gloria Schaeffer, Evelyn presided over the guest book. Carol Assleck,Judy Brunning,Mary during the afternoon. Aw

I Engaged Couple Honored at Open HouseMiss b

Lynn Pierce and J. Mack Mr. and Mrs. Gissy greeted the At points of interest: in the party punch table covered with a white v
Godwin were complemented at guests at the door and presentedthem rooms were arrangements of linen cloth and centered with a
"Open House"Friday night,Feb. 8, to the receiving line composedof seasonal flowers. crystal punch bowl encircled with
given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cissy, Judge and Mrs. George Pierce The refreshment table in the din- ivy. Mrs. Kenneth Grider presidedat
Mr. and Mrs. James Duncan, Mr. parents of Miss Pierce, the honoreiicouple ing room was covered with a white the punch bowl and silver trays ,_It
and Mrs. Kenneth Grider, Mr. and Mrs. Anne Godwin, Miss Army/Navy cloth and centered by held snacks. o
Mrs. Jim Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Jana Godwin, and Mrs. Mack an arrangement of white tapers in The hosts presented the couple 7 Y'
Dewey McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, mother, sister and grand- silver holders. Mrs. Johnson presided with a dinner plate to their chosen Y''
Johnny Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. mother of the prospective groom. at the punch bowl and Mrs. china pattern as a memento of the ',t g' d. tai
Frank Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carolyn Taylor handed out plates. occasion. 4p,
Nix,Mr.and Mrs.Gene Tanner,and Lighting the way to the front door Finger foods and sweets were servo Approximately 220 guests were in- P
Mrs. Carolyn Taylor held at the were flickering candles in sand bags ed.On vited to call between the hours of 7 7 y ,
Gissy home in Green Acres. bordering the walk and driveway. the back porch was also a and 9 p.m.

Tammy L. Starling, s' .
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Richard E. Starling of Jackson- ,<-I. ,:,,.<".f..:"
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approaching marriage of his theNews "
daughter, Tammy L. Starling, to : O''J Social Editor 'I. ,
Sean M. Cowart of Mandarin, son of 964-7608
Mr.and Mrs.Howard Tucker
Mel T. Cowart of Jacksonville and i
Mrs. Bill F. Eldridge of Mandarin.
Miss Starling is also the daughter of t "
the late Mary L. Starling of Lawtey.
The bride-elect is a 1982 graduateof .
Bradford High School. COME IN AND TRY ONE
The wedding is planned for June Club News Weddings
15, at 7:30 p.m., in Regency Churchof : '
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God, Jacksonville.All Starling OUR NEW
friends and relatives are invited Tammy Cowart Items parties
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Events. : 107 E. Call Street Starke, FL
Barbara Daniels, Elizabeth A. Pierce, Elder Danny ParkerTo

Eastern Star John WoodhamTo Michael N. GylandTo SpeakAt SPECIALItalian

Supper Feb. 16 Wed Feb. 23 Wed March 16 Union Primitive Homemade Soup

Combo & Hotdog
Starke chapter, No. 224, Order of Mr.and Mrs.Cecil Judson Danielsof Mrs.Elizabeth Crawford Pierce of Guest speaker for Union Primitive
\ the Eastern Star, will have a Lawtey announce the engagementand Orange Park and LCDR John H. Baptist Church, located on county 2.35 2.00
covered dish supper Saturday, Feb. approaching marriage of their Pierce of Winter Park announce the road 233, west of Hwy. 16 about lye
16, at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. daughter, Barbara Jean Daniels, to engagement and approaching mar- miles,will be Elder Danny Parker of EAT IN OR TAKE OUT OPEN 5 DAYS
All Masons and their families are John Thomas Woodham, son of riage of their daughter, ElizabethAnn Tennessee Tuesday,Wednesday and BREAKFAST SANDWICHES MON-FRI 7 am 3 pm '
invited to attend. Mary L. Woodham and the late Pierce of Orange Park, to Thursday nights, Feb. 19-21. CROISSANTS SALADS DRINKS _
Thomas E. Woodham of Starke. Michael Nels Gyland,son of Dr. and The public is cordially invited to 964-4524
Mr.Woodham is a 1981 graduate of Mrs.Stephen P.Gyland,all of Atlan- attend. Elder James M. Land.
Rev. Henry HoytTo Bradford High School and is in the tic Beach.
U.S. Navy. The wedding will be an event of L\\1
Preach. at St. MarksThe The wedding is planned for Feb. Saturday, March 16, at 6 p.m. in the
23a t 4 p.m.;in Kingsley Lake Bap- Church of the Good Shepherd,
-Rev. Henry Hoyt of Ponte tist Church, with a reception follow- Jacksonville.The I
Vedra Beach will be the visiting bride-elect is a graduate of
priest Sunday at St. Mark's ing.All friends and relatives are in- Jacksonville University and is
Episcopal Church'.)with Sunday'I .. I '
vited to attend.Reception employed by Baptist Memorial I r.A. "
I ehool' atfta-.m.! and"''wMship'servtco! : \ "?'r"1 1' "lqH ,.jl a.;'t-1I)1:"d''unt( Center of"'.Jacksonville- '.a' t r f. .. .. I'
at 10 fe.'m.'n":
registered nurse. Mr.: Gyland is a
graduate of Florida Junior Collegeand

W.T. Weeks, U.D.C.To Feb. 24 is employed at AT&T Consumer
Sales & Service.
Meet Feb. 18 Honors Sen. Johns

W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C., will 80th BirthdaySen.
have a Dutch treat lun- eSAVINGS
cheon/meeting Monday, Feb. 18, at Charley E. Johns will be
12 noon at Western Steer Steak honored at a reception on Sunday, Vicky Sheffield,
House. Feb. 24, from 2 to 5 p.m. on his 80th Greg McCordTo
birthday given by his children, Mr.
and Mrs.James Cash of Orlando and Wed March 8 / TO BEAT
Gleason-Tison Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns at the
Crystal Lake home of the latter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheffield, Sr.
Wedding PostponedThe Road signs off SR IOCS will direct the of Starke announce the engagementand

wedding of. Elizabeth J. way.No local invitations are being sent daughter approaching, Vicky, marriage to Greg McCord of their, : } 1 THE BAND
(Beth) Gleason and Harry W. (Bill) but all friends and relatives are in- son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCord of
Tison, II, which was scheduled for vited to attend. The family requests"no Dothan, Ala. t t; '
Feb. 23, has been postponed in gifts" please. The wedding will be an event of o
definitely.The Friday, March 8, at 7:30: p.m.,at the
postponement was due to the home of the bride-elect. K Rrfa
indefinite school schedule for the
groom-to-be at Fort Gordon, Ga.,
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Donna Samons Valentine's Concert Carrie Sue Cobwm. Lawtey Jr. High Mrs. Scott Polk

Tonight at WomanClub Scott G. Polk Shower HonoreeMrs.
Wh Honored at Shower doss of 56 I

The Starke Marry Jan. 18 .Scott Polk,the former Carrie I
Repertory Chorale
Miss Donna Samons, whose marriage under the direction of Don The Lawtey Junior High School Coburn.a recent bride, was honored '
to David Tew will be an event will present a Valentine's Hardy Carrie Sue cot w. daughter of ninth grade graduating class of 1958 at a bridal shower Friday night
of honored bridal Day Cooa Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cobum. and held its 29th year class reunion onSaturdav Mrs. Gregg,
April tt. was at a of tore tonight Feb.8,given by Harvey I
shower Monday &bt.given by Mr*. Feb. 14. at songs S at the Thursday.Starke Scott G. Polk, son of Mr. and Mr*. Jan. X. at the home of Mrs. Harold Farnsworth Mrs.
Lester Humphries. Mrs. Hiram Woman's dub.pjn. Ciao Folk, all of Starke. were Tom and Linda Tatum in Lawtey. Phillip Johns Mrs. Lavern Outlaw
CbappeO. Mrs. Richard Wetty and The win feature united in marriage Jaa.*. at 7:_ The highlights of the evening were and Mrs. Edward Douglas at the
Mrs. J.T. Carver at the home of the songs of program a popular nature. AU love p.m. at the homed the tide a "do you remember" quiz and a borne of the latter.
latter in Country Club Estates. attending the concert persons formingwith Her. Bell Bryant per- short story about each classmates Mixed floral arrangements were
Will and
The refreshment table was receive a Valentine when noptials in the presence "special pactti.writtea placed vantage points In the party
entering Ol the immediate families read by the planner and organizer of table
covered with a cream: colored linen the concert ball.A door win rooms. The refreshment
cloth and centered with an arrangement Although the concert prize is free begiYen. Attending the couple were the the evening.Betty Norman Hazen. covered by a Army/Navy cloth and
had such anesJc.ab&e
bride's sister )( Cannella Everyone attending mlxed.lloral.rrangemeat.
of silk white dogwood aoddoves. donations Will be n. was centered by a
requested.This Johnson, and Bill Coodge. evening, there was a end of the table
At one
evening is nwnsored the .......
by reunion
A small followed vote to a
reception rt the in white
The presented the Starke Woman's Club and will be several was a bridal cake
honoree with a monogrammed Cobarn home.Following every year hereafter. The and and topped by wedding
followed by a reception. rlrnfmalfn unable to attend were green
crystal pitcher and glasses set as a The public is invited. a short wedding trip to rings.
missed and missed a great
memento of the occasion. The Chorale has been together two Disney World the couple is residing tune.greatly. The hostesses presented the
wAdreo Pink carnation corsages: were in February. Members on Euclid Terrace.The honoree with a toaster oven as a
years are
given to the honoree. her mother. Pat Crawford. Marian bride is a hostess at Western memento of the occasion.
Anna Morar, JoIn John Samons. and the mother Cbarlene Francis Bin George.Douglas Den, Steer Steak House and the groom is Fifty guests were invited to call
Kellett Thomas of the prospective groom. Mrs. ny George. Esther Hardy, Bill a draftsman at Owens Joist. between the hours 7:30 and 9 p.m.BRADFORD .

Homer Tew. )'feRae, Bob MUner. Carol Milner.
Plan May 11, Wedding Tb rty-fiye guests enjoyed the occasion Annette Pusateri. Cana Schmidt SQUARE*
between the hours of 7 and
Dirk Schmidt and Debbie Wooi .
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Morar. 8:30 p.m.Cyndy. u
Jr. of Panama City announce the When Leila's says sale... we mean
engagement and approaching marriage .
of their daughter.Adrea Anna McCullough Methodist Youth Pine Grove Methodist -
Morar.to KeDett Varnedoe Thomas, -
Hosts Revival
MIl of Mr. and Mrs. James K. Shower HonoreeMiss Treated to BanquetThe _
Thomas III of Lakeland Miss youth of United The Pine Grove Congregational _
Morar is the granddaughter of Mr. Cyndy McCullough. whose Methodist Church were of the Methodist Church of Union County l
and Mrs. H.A- Lawson formerly of marriage to Arnold David Weeks. United Methodist Women Sunday will host the evangelist. Rev. _
Starke. Jr. will be an event of March 9. was evening at a Valentine Banquet in Wendell Thomas,from Gordon, Ga.
The bride-elect is a 1981 graduate honored at a bridal shower Thurs Fellowship Hall.A in a revival beginning Sunday. Feb. .
of A. Crawford Motley High School day. Feb. 7. given by Mrs. Carl delicious roast beef dinner in- 17 and ending Friday. Feb. 22. dP
in Panama City. She plans to Minx. Mrs. George Miller and Mrs. cluding red velvet cake was served Services will begin at 7:30 each
graduate from Florida Southern College Eaton Jordan at the borne of the lat the 60 youths and their guests. night. Everyone is welcome to at-
in Lakeland in April with a ter.A Everyone was seated at tables tend and Join in the fellowship.iHOlNCING. _
degree in Financial Management Valentine theme was carried out centered with fabric filled hearts
and Account' a member of in the party decorations. Games and favors of Valentine candy.
Kappa boraity and listed in were played and prizes awarded. Entertainment for the evening w
Who s Who in American Collegesand The refreshment table was was provided by the Womacks and =
Universities. She is presently covered with a lace cloth over red their aU man wedding. Ccr Wri
employed with IBM Corporation in linen and centered by a wedding Name that love tune and other = >
Tallahassee. hell Finger sandwiches: cakes,nuts games were enjoyed by aU who at. Angela Marie Cex : '. :
Her fiance is a I960 graduate of and cookies were served. The punch tended. Door prizes were also T
Iceland Senior High School: He table was covered with a red cross- awarded during the evening hours. Mr.and Mrs.Joe Cox of Starke announce Q: O 3
plans to graduate from Florida State stitched table cloth and centered Laurie Mullins was in charge of the birth of a daughter. Q 31ti aQ
University in April with a degree in with a crystal punch bowl encircled the banquet. She was assisted by born Dec. 1. r
Personnel Management. He is a with boxwood and red hearts. Mrs. Oleeta Hardenbrook. Judy Becker. Maternal grandparents are Mr. -I 4 D rn
member CU Fraternity Minx presided at the punch bowl. Charlene Francis, Nancy Roberts, and Mrs. John P. Foster of Mobile. C= bm Cm
with the The hostesses presented the Carolyn Eaves Ruby Hudson Ala.and great grandparents are Mr. >
Personnel Department at Florida bonoree with a electric broom as a Eoline Green.Denny George Kristy and Mrs.Alvis A.Jacobs of Ashland ,
State University. memento of the occasion. Johns and members of the UMW. Ala. Paternal grandparents are Mr. Additional Items m
The wedding is planned for May Among the 24 guests were the and Mrs. Earl Cox of Starke and
11. at 7 p.m.. at Wallace Memorial bonoree's mother and grandmother, paternal grandmother is Mrs. Save On... Sportswear. Dresses, UMI Sweater/Skirt Sets.
Presbyterian Church in Panama Ci- Mrs. Charles McCullough and Mrs. Pauline Cox of Lumberton. N.C. Sweaters. Sweater Coats. Slacks. Blouses Skirts Jewelry.
ty. All friends and relatives are in- Mildred Glisson.
vited to attend. reception will Erica Cherie Norman Belts Handbags Bras Robes and Gowns.

follow at the church social haiL Did You .........'......................................................................
: KnowMrs. Ronnie and Cheri Norman of
Starke announce the birth of a
World Day'of Prayer Flossie Prescott visited her Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwin daughter Erica Cherie.born Jan. 23 {
Celebrated March 1 niece. Mrs. Marcia Bedell in Invisited her sister Mrs. J.H. Fields in Alachua General Hospital, !
verness over the weekend. last Thursday afternoon. Gainesville.
The World Day of Prayer is Maternal grandparents are Mr.
celebrated on Friday. March 1, in Mrs. Stuart Vandiviere of Mrs. Greta Meyers of Atlanta and Mrs. Wayne Wall of Starke.
the churches across the United HiUsborough N.C. was Saturday spent the past two weeks with her Great grandparents are Mr. and YpOttdAWI ,
States and in 170 countries and overnight guest of her aunt. Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Har- Mrs. Marks Ritch, also of Starke
regions of the world. L.A.Canova. nson., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wall of Lake
This 1965 service takes as its
theme "Peace Through Prayer and City.Paternal grandparents are Mr. q/Lp' .
Action Written by Christian women I Dr. Leonard and Mrs. Eugene Norman of Starke. _
of India, it calls people the world Great grandparents are Mrs. Ethel -'
over to gather for the fleth can Clemons of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. \ww .''I 954.5051.OPEN 9:30 to 5:30 Mon.-Sat.tr .
aw ''secutive year to circle the globe in SchlofmanOptometrist Albert Norman of-Lawtey. Great- .. ,
prayer for peace and to actively great grandmother is Mrs. Vettie .. !rs7l i: bn ,. j .ran \
become peacemakers. The service ;;J Padgett of Lawtey. BRADFORD SQUARE
seeks to motivate a commitment on ; --
the part of participants to become: A :Y and .' /. .- -. -,-- ..=- -- -. .- ------, -.
personally involved in the -
peacemaking process as In- K Dr. KevinMcAuliffe
dividuals and as families within } MAKE THAT
their communites: their nation and
the world.
World Day of Prayer is sponsoredin

Women the Umted United States an ecumenical by Church Eye Physician and SurgeonUS SPECIAL DA Y.

movement that brings Protestant,
Roman Catholic and Orthodox US 301 South....
women together into one Christian yWurx Next to Norman's Market
"community of caring." Church 0Thce SOMETHING
Women United (CWU) represents a Phone ((904)) 964-8076
broad spectrum of religious tradition By Appointment

race age, economic status and I --- - --- h
ethnic background and works

units through including a national one unit in 51 greater state Starke Junior Women's Club Let us assist you with your. ... _

Washington, D." C. and 1,800 local .
units. Would Like To Say
World Day of Prayer offerings Invitations
make posible the mission of ChurchWomen
United including the Intercontinental THANK YO'USouthslde
Grants for Mission program {
that funds national and international Napkins
projects in support of the 1 Elementaryfor ,
empowerment of women human : w!
rights Justice and peace. piloting their "Latchkey Program"also r

World Day of Prayer services in : Bride's Book ((91
Starke will be held in St. Mark's the
Episcopal Church starting at 11 a.m. :
The program will be followed by a Police DepartmentFire
covered dish luncheon in the Parish Garters et3 A '
Hall. Departmentand f
Everyone is invited to attend

World Day of Prayer. ParamedicsFOR 9 Place Cards

Did You Know........... &MatsChampagne -1A-

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schulz haveas
guests this month Mr. and Mrs. ON STAGE 'T'S LAST REAL o t
James Klima, Mr. and Mrs. Albert SC lb
lima, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schulz,
Mr and Mrs. WUbert Wagnast and
Mr and Mrs. Ervin Waenast. all of Glasses

Ellendale and Edgely, N.D. The Jff//
guests are also visiting points of in-
terest in Florida while here. __
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Friends will regret to bear that I iI
W.A. Stern is a medical patient in

North Florida Regional Hospital : o Ring Bearer's /////

Mrs. S.G. Denmark is in TM Lat "Reel" JMedklne
Gainesville this week with her Show Pillow
grandchildren Stephanie and Joe
A* seen on Charles Kuralfs "On the Road"
Sanderson while their parents are
on v.caUOIL' and Walter Cronkite's CBS Evening News :

Mrs.Cindy Merrilees and children Ton of Fun & Mask Feb.. 20 1985 i .'
of Lake Asbury, Miss Denise Guy Sharp Shooting, Juggling and .
of Gainesville and Mrs. Karen
r r, Johnson Gainesville and were son weekend, Joshua guests of of *S 7:30 p.m. THE I//li/ \

their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Featuring SpMMnd. hy
r". Gissy. Ole Bleb and Snake Oil Band sradftrd A....tar Rttirtf* clans. OFFICE liii

Mrs. Hazel Guy of Gainesville, Special Added Attraction SHOP
former Starke resident, was visiting "Search for Talent Contest"If

rr friends here Sunday and attended you sing, dance or play, bring your accompaniment and be at place of
110 Call(St
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showing 1 hour before showtime.

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University of Florida for the. fall Nashville Talent & Record Agency.
semester were: William Edward Starke Fjg.: .
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"a.,:. t r.t'e; : ,Wi1' "Nti' M 1 Mowry and son, Dale of Hampton, to her Hampton Lake home following their daughters, Rita Meng, Madonna School News i
. ").:qi.. by Dolores MenU; Virginia and Greg Mowry of TyndallAir one week's visit with her and Anna Marie Gilbert of Super Spellers
,' ,'' phone 46S-191511 j Force Base in Panama City. daughter, Mrs. Laurel Kreisel of Gainesville. Mrs. Jean Clark's first grade
f' ,)' Raleigh, N.C., In celebration of her students held a in their i
" : '" Wedding bells... Mark Pridgen of Melrose and Kim Birthdays... party
of LaCrosse also spent birthday.Mrs. classroom last Thursday. This was
''::i::,; Congratulations to Cyijlhia Smith Sunday McIntyre with them. Connelly also visited her Feb. 4, Angel Pons; Feb. 5, Mark in celebration of the fact that I

yo. and James Mcintosh ::1 iwho were Michael, who is with the Air mother, Mrs. Juliette Savini, and Rhoden,Jenny Johnson and Melinda everyone in that class had attained a
united In marriage SaturiiJ ay,Feb.9, Force, arrived Jan. 31 to spend his her nephew, Rev. Larry Connelly in Hughes; Feb. 6, Jean Clark and perfect grade for two consecutive
I ( at the Hampton Christian' Church. two week leave visiting relativesand Atlanta, as well as another good Kelli Danielle Griffis; Feb. 7, weeks on their Spelling tests.
friends here. friend in Salsbury, N.C. Miriam Brown, Kent King and Faye They all enjoyed a decorated cake
Family reunion... ,: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng spent last Cruze; Feb. 8, Natalie Timmons; made by Mrs. Blonnie Derkman

<- Mr. and Mrs. Richer'd Mowry Visitors... weekend in Tampa with their Feb. 11, Patricia Parado, Kim with the wording, "We All Love
r f f e r hosted a weekend familjt;'minion at Mrs. Clarice Adkins visited her daughter and sons, Mrs. Phyllis Mc- Hodge,Christa Wood,Ginny Bennett Super Spellers". They also had cold
their home when all thl tl'ir children Mrs. Jewell Morris in Mac- Clure, Ryan and Kasey. and Wayne Crawford; Feb. 12, drinks and were assisted with the
spent several days togetltier. Among sister clenny, last Wednesday They, Joined Among those visiting the Francis Angie Custer and Pat Roy; Feb. : 13, party by their volunteer assistant,
those joining them there their other friends in dining and visiting. Meng family over the weekend were Renaldo Aviles. Lewis Marnev

daughters, Donna and !'!Debbie of Mrs. Pattie Connelly has returnedB.L.

Melrose, Michael. anil i Barbaraby School Lunch Menus 1

t. i'II. ... \ 11\ I Bradford County Middle School Wednesday, Feb. tOi Hamburger gravy, mashed
potatoes buttered green peal,fruit crisp biscuits,
Lawtey :News ...................................................................................................... and, all elementary, schools milk.
Monday Feb 18: Sausage, rice& tomato gravy, Thursday.Feb.211 Hamburger on a Bun lettuce 4
Jerome Edwards field peas, fruit tapped cake,cornbread, milk. pickle french fries peaches,coconut cake milk.
Tuesday Feb. IBt Hamburger Bleak, mashed ,
Heads FloridaBandmasters Wilkison,Jr.called their son- races in Jacksonville on Saturday potatoes It gravy,buttered green peas,fruit Jello,
Elizabeth Terry in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. night. biscuits, milk.Wednesday. ALA-CARTE
Assn. phone Feb. JOi Chicken It noodles peanut
782.3300'i I Billy King, in Louisville,Ky.on Sun- butter& honey sandwich,mixed vegetables,fruit Monday-Pizza, hamburger., french fries,
Personals... day. They reported that snow was Church news... cup,cookie, milk. mllk.hakes.O.J..
Jerome Edwards, a native of falling and their grandchildren are Thursday,Feb 211 Pixie,garden salad,buttered Tuesday-Cheeseburgers,O.J..pizza,french fries,
Starke, and director of bands at Miss Elizabeth Terry Thurs- having a good time playing In the Grace United Methodist Church corn,brownie, milk. milkshakes.WednesdayFrench.
Naples High School, was elected day with Mr. and Mrs. Don Gravesof snow. will observe their birthday and wed Friday. Feb 121 TEACHERS PLANNING DAY. milkshakes O.J., fries, hamburgert,

president of the Florida Band- Starke. .\ Miss Elizabeth Terry spent a week ding anniversaries party Sunday Bradford County High School pizzaThursdayCorndogs, french fries, pizza,
masters Association at the Florida Mrs.Connie Mosley anal! daughter with her nephew, Terry Futch and night, Feb. 17, at 6 p.m. cheeseburger, O.J., milkshakes
Music Educators Convention in Tammy,of Middleburg sited their Bruce and Dean Each Thursday night at 7 p.m., Monday Feb. IHt Chill, crackers, garden salad, Frlday-TEACHERS PLANNING DAY.
sons Christopher pear halves cinnamon roll, milk .Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch or
Tampa earlier this month.Edwards' parents, Mr. and Harold of Jacksonville Beach. Grace United Methodist Church salad bar .
or hey purchase aJacarte.Attention
Mrls I ur selection for the Eunice. j Henry Hodges and Mrs. Sheila observe their fellowship hour and Bible cabbage slaw fruit cup-cookie, milk.
prestigious position was the first Mrs. Bettie Wolfe ant 1 son and Wilkerson attended the stock car study in the various homes.
from a small high school in more daughter-in-law, Mr. and'']Mrs. Dan-
than 20 years.The 21-year veteran in ny Wolfe, of Cape Coral 4 spent the
the Collier school will weekend with her mOl tier, Mrs. SNAPPER !!!
assume duties County of president-elect system in Hester Hicks, and Mr.ana, Mrs.Glen Brooker News ...........................................

1986, with presidential and past- Shuford and family. SNAPPER
presidential responsibilities to Mrs. Fred Moore was hostess at SUPER
follow in 1988 and 1990 respectively. the Steak House for Mr'.i'I and Mrs. School Volunteer week... beautiful addition.

The one-year term of office was Tom Casey on Sunday.T.hie, occasion This week, Feb. 11.15, is School Etc... VALUE OWNERS
changed to two years effective withEdwards' being for Mrs. Barbara O asey's bir
Volunteer Week. Our volunteers are Good luck to Brooker Elem. DAYS
incumbency. thday.Derek ; an important part of our school and
students who will participate in the
Gaines of Starker the
"This is a milestone in my career, spent
we value their daily contribution Pre-Season
Bradford County Soccer meet at
weekend with his
and represents the realization of a grandmother; greatly.
Mrs. Earl Teston and Aunt Miss Lawtey Elem. this Friday, Feb. 15.
lifetime ambition, Edwards said. Brooker Elem. volunteers are: Our weekly contribu- e FREE ATTACHMENT Tune-Up Special
A 23-year veteran of the FBA, Ed- Nancy Teston. '; Phyllis Corbine, Karen Smith, Jake newspaper NO DOWN PAYMENT .
\ tions will be written by various fifth
wards has served as both a clinician On attended Thursday, Feb.7,M.!.ter's'S.Mildred training Keene, Suzie Crosby, Mary Ann An- and sixth grade students. This activity e NO MONTHLY PAYMENT Free pick-up and delivery
and adjudicator for bands Tye postman: drews, and Mary Wilkerson. These FOR 9O DAYS
will promote writing all
Mail on Snapper riding
Florida. His band session at the General
throughout pro- will be at 3
people p.m. From Christine Bath: e 2 YEAR LIMITEDWARRANTY
Center in Jacksonville.Mr.
gram has been constantly recognized Valentine's .
Day thru Feb.
Don't forget Brooker Elementarywill mowers now
and Mrs. Earl Trcuell returned
as one of the finest in the state.
In addition to FBA he holds from Boca Raton '*'here they Blinds Welcome Addition... be having a Book Fair Tues-this During Super Value Days when 23,1985.
Feb. 13
Wednesday, through
memberships in the following professional visited daughter their Mr. and son-intlaw Mrs.,"!Craig Car-and We are very proud of our new ver- day, Feb. 19. The time will be from you purchase any Snapper rear-
organizations: Music roll. '' tical P.V.C. blinds in the new 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Everyone is engine riding mower at regular

Educators National Conference, Na ................... i.. cafetorium. Thanks again to the welcome to come. There are books retail price you can choose either -
tional Bandmasters Assn., Brooker Elem. PTA for this for all ages. Hope to see you there. a 6-bushel grass catcher or
American School Band Directors St. Edward's News,'. .. Clean Mower
Assn., National Association of Jazz dump cart-FREE! OR, if you
Educators, Florida Music Prayer Vigil ,i.. buy a Snapper Hi-Vac Rider you Sharpen bladecan

Educators Assn., Phi Mu Alpha Sin- On Thursday, Feb. 14. a 12-hour ServicemenWilliam ........................................................ get a Twin-Bag Catcher or Clean
band prayer vigil will open w luh Mass at filter
fonia, and Kappa Kappa Psi ( ) Bag-N-Wagon at only Vi the
Edwards is the son of former City 8:30 a.m. at St. Itdward's.Parishioners Airman George Holiday, III retail price. Change oilft's
and : invitedto
Clerk Merrill Edwards, now deceased friendstare
and Mrs. Louree Edwards. He visit the church throughout the Lane Serving Named Outstanding Airman a snap with Change spark plug

was born and reared in Starke, day to pray for the success: of the Aboard Aircraft Carrier '.11.I .. Grease all fittings
RENEW well) for Newly promoted Senior Airman
from Bradford High Program as as per- PIRE'ft
graduated George Holiday, III, son of Mr. and all nuts and bolts
and The
School in 1957, and from Florida sonal prayer meditation. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Tighten
vigil will conclude with a': Holy Hour Mrs. George Holiday, Jr. of Starke, division of Fuqua Industries
State University in 1961 and 1964. He William Lane, son of Lydia and and Bernice Henderson of Adjust brakes and belt
holds Bachelor and Master's of from 8 to 9 p.m. William Lane, Sr. of Starke, is cur-
Music Education degrees, and has At the Saturday vigil n /isss and the rently serving aboard the aircraft Tallahassee, has been named Lube throttle linkage
outstanding airman of the for 'Finance charge.accruerom/ dale ol'purchaseSING
done additional graduate study at Sunday masses,parishioners signed carrier USS Saratoga,which recently year Adjust carburetor
Headquarters, Air Force Technical
Prayer Commitment ca\ft ds promis-
the University of Miami and the returned from a deployment to the
University of Florida. He is marriedto ing special prayers, ; scripture U.S. Sixth Fleet, located. in the Applications Center at Patrick Air Service tires and battery
the former Judy Meyers of Miami reading, and personal sa crifice for Mediterranean Sea. Force Base, Fla. Airman Holiday is
the of the emester of a 1980 graduate of Bradford High
and have three sons: Jerry, a cause /\
they During the deployment Lane had .School and is an administrative
RENEW.!: j |
senior at North\ Texas State Univer- I: the opportunity to visit Italy Spain, ?specialist. E ;
Mrs. Maura O'Neal conducted a 245
sity; Mark, a freshman at Stetson upisj toiRxhe .. ,.
meeting of the small leadersof 'jFrancaand.1' \.AIR.. ; i competition was based on job.
I (;University; and School.Scott,a freshman" at the RENEW team group in, the parish ,iN9vy lrii'pri.. 197ft,. ;j,1 'J "?', knowledge significant self- 0 Plus Parts
Naples High
hall on Thursday night, Feb. 7. As improvement, leadership qualities
the leader of these groups, Mrs. ability to be an articulate and

Did YQu Know........... O'Neal explained methods of con- Force positive spokesman for the Air
ducting small group meetings: in the Seaman Carlton Johnson and other accomplishments. STARKEPOWER
BAG) :
Feb. 5 Duplicate Bridge Club homes. held.n. Completes Recruit TrainingNavy Spec Stanley Riley GRASS
A discussion was on successof
results first Mike and Mabel
were: in Exercise CATCHER
Faikel; second Charlie Riddle and meetings during the first Seaman Carlton W.Johnson Participates Retail Value
Frankie Senser; third Louise and semester of the RENEprogram.. son of Shirley M. and EdmondJohnson $149.95
Spec. 4 Stanley Riley, son of EQUIPMENTFREE
The second semester the ne is entitl-
York Burnettei; tie fourth Yvonne Sr., both of Lawtey, has
I Naomi Riley of Starke and Rufas A.
"Our to the Lord'sCall" ATTACHMENT
ed Response I
Reichman and Allene Brew and completed recruit
Cecelia Terwillegar and Lillian This will commence' duringthe Recruit Training Command training at, Great Navy Riley of Lansing, Mich., was involved WORTH $199.95 438 S. Walnut Starke
8ii in a NATO-sponsored exercise by
first week of Lent id continuefor
Lakes IL. _
Daniel. in the HUNMYIOrrCN: 1:1'11 SOON 964-8568
six weeks. participating Army's return of
Mrs. Mollie James of Wallingford, Altar Society Meld. ting A 1984 graduate of Bradford High forces to Germany (REFORGER)
Muriel Gilhooly,presidi ent,presided School, he joined the Navy in 1985.
Pa.Feb.is 918.Yvonne guest. of Mrs. Francis Merlie at the meeting of St;) Edward's September 1981. ..u. "" ...,"..:,... ....A.0 .....' _
Altar Society held Tues day night, 6 pir1t

Bobo, eighth grader at Feb. 5, in the parish hal It Antoinette
Bradford Middle School, has been Stefanelli and Gladys Rti| igering had
named a 1985 United States National Altar care during Janit lary. Elois
Award in leadership by the United Jones and WilmaJean "ferry have STARKECHURCH
States Achievement Academy. Miss volunteered for. this service ii
Bobo is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. February. OF GOD
Lenwood Bobo of Starke. She was Members were informed ot 422 N. St. Clair 9S4-5445 y
nominated for the award by Ecumenical World Day' prayer ser- Walter F. Monte, Pastor 3$ ; !ysbf s
vices to be held on Marl h 1. Plans
Melba Johnson. b roRIK
Guidance Counselor Week We invite you to worship with us. yp 4d B
for the community Holy ser-
vices were also discussoi: ATTENDED NURSERY
The Methodist Women Sunday Following the I U meeting Sunday School . . . 10 a.m.
School Class celebrated belatedly
.. . . .
the birthday of Lucy White at a lun- refreshments were set; red by the Morning Worship 11 i.m.

.. . . .
cheon at the China Restaurant last hostesses, WilmaJean Terry and Evening Service 6 p.m.

Friday. Robbie Stinnett. ,. Wednesday Youth . .. . 7:30 p.m.,

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I'! BHS Barely- Earns Series Split' with TigersBarely f II I I II II I I

escaping a second whipp seconds to play Tuesday night Feb. volved more once he's moved to the Upcoming Games...
12. If Mitchell had missed the free outside.
ing by the Union High five BHSbasketbaUers
throw, UHS could have won the Herbie Cooper led in reboundingwith BHS will host third-ranked Class
hung on desperately
for a 57-55 win Tuesday,night, Feb. game with a desperation shot. By 14. Chandler had 7. SA Middleburg tonight (Thursday,
making the shot Mitchell put BHS in Bellamy has been averaging 15 Feb. 14).
12 in the Starke
The win gave BHS gym.an 11-5 regular position for an overtime. points the last 8 or 7 games.Startingwith Friday, Feb. 15, the Tornado five I I
travels Hawothome.
However,a last second 25 foot shot the Middleburg game in whichhe to
season record, put the BHS five in
the district lead with an 8-3 mark. missed as the buzzer went off to end scored 18 points Bellamy has N Trt Tuesday BHS goes to Santa

UHS is now 8-5 in the district."It the game.BHS come on strong. He scored points Fe.Final
hit nine of 14 free throws in against Santa Fe 21 against KHS J.14 game of the regular season
was a big win for us, Coach ,
is with Baker
Mike Sexton agreed. the final four minutes to preservethe against IHS, and 18 against KHS a at home High visiting
win. Darren Chandler also had second time.Bellamy next Friday,Feb. 22. klL
two layups during the stretch, one has been playing good The District Tournament is set F Fa Fi
coming on a loose ball he grabbed. basketball, scoring, and his floor Feb. 28 through March 2.
Chandler led BHS with points. game has been good points out BHS 10 17 13 17 57
Robert Bellamy had 15, Herbie Coach Sexton. The little guard has UHS'' 12 4 14 23 55
Cooper and Ron Brown 10 each. also been hitting on some fast break BradfordBellamy 5-5-15, Francis
arra'r Brown added 9 rebounds for his top plays. 0-3-1, Norman 0-2-2, Chandler 7-3-17,
performance of the year to date.The BHS outscored UHS 17in the se Mitchell 0-1-1, Brown 5-0-10, Cooper L&k'

team has been needing Brown to cond quarter to open up the game. 4210. Totals 211557. ,- % .......
come around so Daren Chandler can Leading 27-18 at the half, BHS lost UnionJohnson 4-2-14, Thomas Tough "D"....
to the And, third 14-13 and the 2-0-4, Jackson 3-4-10, R. Simmons ,
be moved outside wing. the quarteer Starke's Robe rt Bellamy plays tough on defense Just ask the opposition
1-2-4, K. Simmons t-7-23. Totals
Sexton says Chandler needs to be in fourth 2317. 20-15-55. as he is shown s..topping a fast break Tuesday night at BIIS.PAYSYOfU .

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Simon Mitchell's free throws gave CLOROXBLEACH BATH WHITEPOTATOES ORANGESofr] /
BIIS a narrow victory over arch
rival Union County Tuesday night In

Starke. JUICE'

BHS took a 10 point advantage into GALLON 10 LB BAG
the fourth quarter, and almost lost 4 PACK HALF lLON I
the game to a late Union charge.
UHS beat BHS 4544: in Lake Butler
in a close see-saw game.
"We seem to have a hard time ".
playing with a lead for some
reason,"says Coach Mike Sexton.
Simon Mitchell hit the front end ofa 7 OI
one-and-one free throw situation to
put BHS up by two, 57-55, with six I y w "

JV Boys Win

BUS Junior varsity basketbaUers
took an easy 47-19 win from its Union
High counterparts in the Tornado

gym-'Ihe Tuesday,Tornado night, five Feb.! !. ,evened 12. iU, v Wide
If To
record at 7-7. Pays Shop aiitiy
The JV five is playing very well as
a team, says Coach John Sanders. e *
'I'm pleased with the effort from GROCERY MEAT'
every member of the team," says
Coach Sanders.A. .
Williams led BUS with 19
points, E. Hooper had 10.
BHS 12 22 S 1-47
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UHS 4 4 3 S-1 1 4' PLEASEHIDRI .f r wSl r,
BradfordHooper 5-0-10 Ivey
3-2-B, Jackson 1-0-2, Williams 9-1-J',
R.Thorpe 1-0-2,D.Thorpe 1-0-2,Norman -
124.Totals 21547. '
UHS-Th omas 2-4-1,O'Steen 2-1-5, WISHBONE
Harrison 1-0-2, Henderson- 204. PAPER ITALIAN OR FRENCH U.S.D.A. GflADE A CUMBERLAND GAP
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today (Thursday, Feb. 14) against LOOPS -. . 1.99 BAG
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young squad.
The first match is scheduled for 4p.m.
at the BHS courts. LEAN MEATY =
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this year, Sue Smith who is new to FRESH PORK I9 : QTR.
the team and Amy Leitheiser who
played some last year. Juniors are SPARE RIBS LB
Donna Parado who held the number
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Kim Sapp, Shery Ross and Jack
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this year.The lone sophomore Is 140Z CAN -
Kyle Harrison. Freshman are Jason GRAVY TRAIN r'SS 311.00 ....
who the coach DOLE SUCER CIUIHED.11D8ITS on CHUNKS .
and Jody Brown, ex- ALL FLAVORS E>AIRY/DELI. ,
pects good things from In the HI-C FRUIT DRINKS. tS .79 PINEAPPLE. scz 211.00 ,
doubles along with Rick Kimutus. SUNNYLAND
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You To Attend Close Losses Put Girls in Fighting MoodThe I

Bradford Bapti3t Church. .

Southside Elementary AuditoriumOff Bradford High varsity girl The final game of regular season BHS was down 10-10 at tho half. Feb.9,before going down 51-47 in the
basketballers have tost six straight is Monday, Feb. 18, at Keystone Coach Slater told the girls they had third overtime, says Coach Slater.It .
( Hwy. 100 East) games, all by an average of four Heights, both varsity and jayvee. to work the basketball inside. The was a makeup game,scheduled
points or less, in the past week. The District Tournament is set BHS girls did Just that, and two SA after a game was cancelled due to
Despite the frustrating losses, the Feb. 20-22 in Keystone Heights. players fouled out and the big girl the cold.
young BHS girls keep coming back had four fouls. Both teams bad 21 field goals.Clay
Sunday School . . . 9:45 am ready to play every game, says a St.Aug. 38 BUS 33 SA went to a box and one to stop High had 9 free throws to 5 for BHS.
proud Coach John Slater."I Big, tall R. Mosley scored 21 BHS's Reddish. BUS was 5 of 13 from the charity
Morning Worship . ..% . 11:00 am don't know how they do It, but points and was the key to a 38-33 St. line. Clay 9 for 18.
they come back every time and giveit Augustine High win over BHS BradfordReddish 9-4-22, BHS led for three.quartera during
Sunday Evening . A ... 6:00 pm everything they've got," says played in St. Augustine Tuesday Strickland 2-0-4 Davis 1-0-2, which the girls turned in their finest
Coach Slater. night, Moseley 1-0-2 Carter 113. Totals effort of the season, Slater pointsout.
Mid-Week (Wed) . . ; 7:30pmRev. The girls took Green Cove Springsto aeRed dish poured in 22 pointsfor 14-5-39. BITS led 13-* after the first
three overtimes before losing, BHS, but got little help scoring. St.AugustineHammond 3-3-9, period,23-17 at the half,and 34-27 go-.
fought Bolles to the end, and had BHS tied the game up a coujle: of Mosley 7-7-21, White 1-0-2, Jackson Ing after their third period. But the
close games with Santa Fe and St. time in the fourth quarter, but SA's 1-0-2, Sweat 1-0-2, Brennen 1+2. BHS girls lost the fourth period 14-1.
David W. McClain Augustine. Mosley twice came down and from Totals 14-10-It. Nobody scored in the first over-
the top of the key shot over the time. In the second overtime BHS
964-4441 Upcoming Games... outstretched hands of BUS was down by two with 6 second to go.
I Varsity girls travel to Hawthornethis defenders to put the game away. Of Clay 51- BUS 47 Marla Reddish hit the first of a 1.1
Friday, Feb: 15, for a 5 p.m. the 18 SA points in the fourth period, The BHS girls played their best charity shot, and BHS was 1 down.
game. Mosley scored 10. game of the year Saturday night, Marla rebounded her missed shot,
and missed again. Felicia Davis rebounded -
Maria's second shot and
her shot rolled over the rim. But
r / CHOOSE Felicia was fouled and made the second
of two shots to put the game In-
FROh THE to its third overtime.
v Clay scored twice in 3OT,and BHS
CASH pressed to no avail.
i i BHS 13 10 7 0 4 2 47
DIVIDEND Clay a f 10 14 0 4 4- 51
BradfordReddish 7-1-15,
) SPECIALSLOOK Strickland 4-0-12, Davis 4-4-1,
Mosley 1-0-2, Gainey 1+2. Totals

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AND THERE'S A VALUABLE STARTER COUPON % 1-0-2, Paser 113. Totals 21-9-51.


& GET YOUR FIRST CASH DIVIDEND SPECIAL ( / varsity It was girls really had close their and chances the BHS to

) win before losing 46-42 to Bolles of
Jacksonville before a hometown
crowd in the BHS gym last Friday
N1laMxlM Cash S S **/ -7CflSll night, Feb.8
.Dividend K > (Dividend_ Bolles' Tamara Ward was the difference -
*' m i in the game, pouring in a
jPtmt r t"AiroTropfcana
| Specia1 _- game high 21 points, including 11
free throws, all dispite an injured
CHICKENOF PLANTATION GRADE 'A'I ankle that had her limping.
I 2 LTR. Tornado Marla Reddish almost
THE SLICEDBACON LARGE matched Ward's performance by
b / SEATCINA scoring 18 points, including only two

t1'h PEPSI EGGS free Bolles throws.used a tight 2-1-2 zone
defense and did its best to keep a
OR DIET PEPSI.PEPSI'FREE(RE hand in Reddish's face the entire
V cJ 1 OR SUGAR FREE OR DEW ti 5GZ CAN 12oz PKG. DOZENS game. Freshman Felicia Davis added

9 points, including 6 free throws,

I T I c and points period.BHS Cindy before cut the Strickland fouling four point out lead in had the Bolles eight final

Tt I :i- had carried for three quarters to one

kk1 or 38-38 teams two in made points the ball and fourth handling had the period.game mistakes Both tied

that kept them from turning the
game either way. For instance, BHS
had the balls several times with the
score tied or close and a basket
would have put the Tornado five
ahead. But they couldn't convert.In .
the end it was Tamara Ward's
free throws that won the game for
Bolles.BHS was 8 of 13 from the free
throw line, Bolles 16 of 26.
BHS 4 10 10 IS 42
For Quality election and Savings! Bolles BradfordReddish* 11 a 18 S-2-ia- 46,

Strickland 4-0-8, Davis 33Mosley
0RDLICEE a ;. BAKERY 1-3-5, Carter 102. Totals 17-1-42.
1 l Bolles- Wiggins 4-3-11, Johnson
1-0-2, Kloeppel 5-2-12, Ward 51121.
Totals 151646.

r9 1 WHITE KING PRi3/J49 Santa Fe 38 BUS 28

A fourth quarter press helped but
'A' it wasn't enough Thursday night,
,. PANTRY PRIDE 1602FRENCH: Feb.7,as Santa Fe High five took an
BREAD . 211.09 easy 38-28 win over the BHS girls.
., The Tornado girls couldn't score
w effectively and also let shorter Santa
NATURE'SQRAIN..2 1&02:1.49
U.S. N0. 1 FRESH : Fe players get the offensive re
bounds. Santa Fe used a tight 2-1-2
YELLOW defense,forcing BHS to shoot mostly
GREENBROCCOLI from the outside. Plus, Sante Fe
HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS carefully kept a hand in the face of
BHS's top scoring threat, junior
ONIONS guard-forward Marla Reddish.
Q $169 Reddish led BHS with 12 points
300 and senior Cindy Strickland has 11.
C TIPS COUNT BHS also missed on some crucial
front ends of one-and-one foul shots.
3 49 79 BHS was 4 of 16 from the free throw
line Santa Fe 8 of 16.
LB BAG JHPASTE. . PtJMP1.79 IHS 4 5 10 2S
BUNCH Santa F* S 13 I 34Bradford
BIC LIGHTERS . 211.00 lUddlih 4-0-12. Strickland
STALK 4-3-11 MoiUy M-3, Galn.y 1-1-3.
Total. 12-4-2S


49ti1CAUFOANIA 5/$1 6 PACK The BHS girls lost a close 29-26
OLD CAN decision Feb. 1 to St.Augustine High.
MILWAUKEEBEER Maria Reddish scored 14 points,
$21 but got little scoring help. BHS hit 2
CALIFORNIA of 12 free throws, SA 5 of 17.
CALIFORNIA *%* 99 REGULAR OR LIGHT BHS was down only three points,
NAVEL 2/$1 FRESH 5 ] 20-17, going into the fourth period,
and used to tie SA 9-9 in the
a press
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ORANGES GRAPEFRUrrLB V2O ;OFF..< 1 fourth period but couldn't overcomethe

i I Ii COKE. DIET COKE, I IcwFORNw three point deficit.

LEMONS. 101.29 CUKES . .3/1 .OO SWEET POTATOES. . .LB.39IB. j I I ICE MILK ::1 YELLO or MR. PIBB hI I St.Aug.Bradford- lUddlih 11 7-0-14 S 4 Strickland 9 2*
DTANJOU EATING FRESH CELLO: CANADIAN I HALF II I 160Z BTL 99 C W 2-0-4 Davis' 1-0-2.Mo.Uy '-3. Galmy

I I WITH THIS COUPON LIMIT 1 St.Auguttln* Moloy "'.11. Jackson
I GOOD FEB THRU 20. 1986.WED. I 11 1 PER ITEM GOOD THRU WED I '.'-3, Sat .....,. Whit 2.2.6. Total.
!I' j- 12-5-2.
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FEB 14 THRU WED., FEB. 20, 1985. Wrestlers

SATCHEL QualifyThe

4/$1 FRESH BAKED BHS Wrestlers were an active
FRESH WHITEBREAD IfrOZ 69 BOILEDQCfcc bunch last week, qualifying seven
BAKED LOAF for regionals* at the District match
Saturday, Feb. 9, but losing 28-39 to
SOLID WHITE FRESH BAKED HAM Bishop Kenny Wednesday, Feb. 6.
At the combined 2A and 3A
aC/ f y HALF POUNDOlD District Tournament in Gainesvillelast
POUND Saturday, BHS went up against
Gainesville HS, Gainesville
FASHION BAKED I Eastside, Santa Fe, Lake WeIr
GERMAN STYLEBOLOGNA 99'FRESH B $259 a Ocala Forrest and Ocala Vanguard
POUND INCH gg and took home a fourth place finish.
Qualifying for Regional were
Brad Green, John Hamilton, Chuck
WTCHEN FRESH $* 49 CHERRY CHOCOLATE Coburn,Bruce Davis,Jamie Carver,
'SHRIMPSALAD HAIJ BOSTON $299 George Watson and Donald Thorn

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NI Pate IOA TELEGRAPH February 14. 1985

I'Junior' Varsity Girls Improve Their Record to 8-3 with a .Week of Big WinsJunior

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varsity girl basketballera BHS was up 8-6 after the first Beadllng 4-0-1 Larmeleux 1-0-2 BUS was two up in field goals. BHS 4 4 I 12 32 Total 13.30. : '.:'.:J
are 8-3 this week after' beating period. 13-12 at the half 19-16 after James 1-0-2. Totals 11022. Both hit 7 free throws BHS 7 of 20, St.AuBUtlna I' 7 2 29 St.Aoaurtln.Voclu* 1.0.2, Plnkcton.
Augustine twice Santa Fe and the third period. Santa Fe 7 of 12. BradfordParado 0-1-2. !Co..ned0.2.. McCall 2-0-4 Bronnar 2..., ..:. .
Bolles. BUS got a balanced scoring attack IHS 2 11 B 12 93 7-0-14, Starling 400. Ramon 2-2-4.. Robert '."'-1. Total 10121.
The second win over SA was a from Janet Kennedy who led with 8 BUS 33 Sante Fe 29 Santa Fo 4 9 0 B 2tBradford -
forfeit Tuesday night when the SA Kim Ramos and,Ann BHS JV girls got a balanced scoring Parado 2-1-5, Konnody ==
girls were reported to be sick. Marling right behind with 6 points attack going Thursday night 4-1-9. Davy 2.3.7 Starling '3-1-7 Ramon :
Upcoming game: Only one more each. Feb. 7, to win a close game 33-29 2-!.,. Total)* 13733.
game remains for the JV girls this The JV girls were 4 of 9 from the over their Santa Fe High counter- Santo FaJonklni 4-5-17. V.mon
coming Monday Feb. 18, at free throw line with Kennedy and parts.It 0-2-2 Whit. 3.0.5Clark 1-0-3. Monlo .'
Keystone Heights. Ramos each bucketing two charity was 13-13 at the half 21-21 after 102. Total 11.7.29.. '" .
shots. the third quarter but Bradford went
BHS O S 5.4 up 12-8 in the fourth period for the BUS 30 St. Aug. 21 .':.'-.
BUS 24 Bolles 22 Bolles i 4 4 4 22 win. Kim Ramon scored four of her A 12 point fourth quarter gave the ::;:::::.
The girls JV five edged Bolles BradfordParado 1+2, Kennedy five points in the fourth period BHS Jayvee girls a 30-21 win Feb. 1 : .::.
24-22 in a close game Friday night. 3-2-1 Davy 1-0-2 Starling 3-0-4, Janet Kennedy 3 of her 9 points over St. Augustine High.
Feb. 8,in the BHS gym after holding Ramos 2.2-i. Totals 10424. Cathy Davy 3 of her 7 points anaAnn Janet Kennedy led BHS wit 14 President George Washington laid the cornerstone of the Capitol buildingof .
a slim lead all the way. Bolles- Thais 2-0-4, Snyder 3-0-4, Starling 2 of her 7 points. points. the United S"telln Washington D.C. on September 18, 1793. -

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WeightliftingBegins I .

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Pumping iron time has come to
BHS with the Tornados under Coach !
Jimmy Prevatt's guidance well into I r
the '85 season. ._ ifrtP.
While they have gotten off to a SAVINGS t
slow start the strongmen are mak- ... '1 I 1
ing good progress toward winning as B __ 41' ; : 1 "f\i\
many meets as they can. The team
has lost to Baker High and Mid- AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE
dleburg while tying Keystone $

Heights competition.BHS in their. first three rounds of See our 8-page sale circular for even more savings throughout the store!

lost 23-49 to Middleburg High 0ELEACM
Jan. 19. It was a tie with Keystone :
40-40( ( Jan. 23 and another loss this
time to Baker 36-49 Jan. 30. _
Singled out for good performanceswere I FORMULA
Chuck Coburn at 114 Shawn GOMTRCXMulliSymplom t
Robinson at 123,Alvin James at 132, ;
Wendell Shanks at 148 and Andrew Cold Reliever ': .'1 ', I
Timmons in the heavyweight class ( I
by Coach Prevatt. CAPSULES iI '(
I ( \ 'cr.\:
IHS 23. Mlddloburg 49 I ..G unis -t: << 10ns :.M: I
114-11) Chuck Coburn ""1411-no.. Ill-ID COMTREX C."p.c.. ..
Shawn Robinson 14S-14S-3MV 131 111 Alvin Jon. .. .
Ito-lM-lM 141-11) WMHMI IMnki IOInoIts.IIIIII I
Cold .tloco"
Multi-Symptom Reliever (:
Chrli Crlbbt MI7S HMD Clinton
Jenkins' 11J-1M-410 MW-J Andrew TlmmentITSltOMi -

IHS 40. Koyitono
11V(1) David ..rn. 114-1M-1M Ill-ID Alvin I
Jamil 1IS-UI-1IO MM1> BnM RuillllI101 .
-M>, Its-Ill) Wmtflll ....n... llt-ni-415. CONDITIONER
141-(1) Silly Jackson -_415, (1) Gary WIN
1s-liS-lM Itt-ll Clinton Jmklni M-1t410. I :
II) Or.o Jackson 14S-1M-401. MW-l( AndrowTlmmonl I

J3H75-4IO l0lt4t, (1)) Jimli WhltlhMd 2.19sIUCIENCI a 2.49coIITREX 16'1 24'S. 2/79(: AJAX 14-01 COMET M WMIequantities CLEANSER 24_990MNIOUARTZ I 7 ail 29wHITMAN'S J I

15-OZ. Limit 2 last Reg.36,99 'I!:, # MB. BOX

Dept. NewsBaseball 4. ri: : :--1., I &j'' I I I

Time is Coming... I I

Running _ _
through Wednesday I j 1 1M I
Feb. 27, registration for the Dixie 4r .
Youth Minor (8-10 year olds), Dixie W'MMM 4).y1i0
Youth Major (11-12 year olds), and I SPQ.Y"dddY111 I
Dixie Boys (13-14 olds) is under I III
AAI1f/ I
l n I' a .l'
8:30 to noon, and from 1-5 I OZ.Limit 2 I I.VviRBLIEF60sorso's I / kf 15--OOLRea.99* 0 0 iI
p.m.,go to the Old Armory to sign up J J i
your child. You also can register at
the Pratt Street Center from 3-5 p.m. I I

Both locations are open Monday _ _
throught Friday. Gkfted
There is a $6 registration fee I L I
which includes a tee-shirt and cap. ''r I
Age groups are determined by the _
the age of the child on August 1,1985. I I
Further information will be provided __
upon registration.If Pl e2 e 30ri1. __ __ _._ m
enough interest is generated a r- DiIii (! .
15-16 old be addedto
year league may
the Schedule. :
Ceramics Classes... SUmitIt22I92TYPESumit2
I PACK OP W Reg.24.99 Rep.Ift'1e V Reg.
There are still plenty of spots in I
the ceramics classes being taught by II
Lillie Ann Johns at the Recreation I I
Department Center in the Old Armory Illlelll l llllndllllll pet II l

Classes began Monday Feb. 4, l
and Wednesday, Feb. 6, but room is I I
still available. Contact the Rec
Department for further details in the

Old Armory or at 9644792. .. I t i a I j I'f;
Meeting times are Mondays from a-
7-to-10 pm. and for the morning I:
crowd from 9 a.m. until noon on I I

classes are free but par- 9 FLANNEL 4 IIVJ UNDERGARMENTS 2.9 15.OLE110egA1899 I 9C FIMSPACICKK 9 / 40R9.P1.09ca.G
ticipants are required to purchase Reg.8.99 lOX 01110 #784 Reg.15 99 Ii
their own supplies.

Softball Time...

Organizational meeting for the G I
1985 men's and women's Softball
season for city league teams has
been set for Tuesday Feb. 26. I
Time and place for the gathering
is 7 p.m. for the women's teams and
7:45: p.m. for the men's teams in the "
conference room in the Old Armoryon

Attendance 301. is mandatory for team I
representatives to get the season REGULAR PtJCI LAUNDRY KOROm TRASHBAGS2B.13CAL. IGLOO TAGALONG x 10"
organized, indicates Recreation .ilPo MAX FACTOR x.59 DITIICINT 99 BQT.Reg. aOrV a
Director Cheryl Godwin. If a MMAOUP ANY TO* 169Cworw- 52-oz. Limit 2 Reg.2.49 14 99 6.99 Ir

representative cannot be at the _OFF_ 4.00_UP _ _
meeting, contact the Rec Dept. at I
964-6792 before 5:30: pm on the day of
the meeting said Godwin.
Organization meeting1 for the ECKERD GIVES YOU 1W1CE! AS MANYP I
men's church league will be held 53 000 000
also at the Old Armory but on Monday '
Feb. 25, at 7:30p.m. If a team REASONS TO USE SYSTEM 2prescriptions @ I
representative is unable to be at the -
meeting, Godwin indicated that they -:;:? I
need to call the before 5:30: ... ----
on the day of the meetthgWrestlers ,
a year is a lot I

(from page 9A ...... ,'q
'ft trust. n 1 ...... ..,-' I p,\ ...... ............ l",.
The Regional Tournament will b ....,.... ......... I
held In Sebring Friday ,and Saturday W
Feb. 1516. I
"If we could add eight or Din
more next we could be in goo
shape"says Coach David Tew of hi sale prices Good Thru sat. Feb. isth.WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. '
chances In '86. _

BHS'4th overall .
'..r... aram <4>. llf-Jrtw Mammon <4lUCNuck Bradford Sq. Shopping Center
ciowr (2).12W.a11. Carvor C4
14f-.rtKo. TkonHwi D.vn It II).)ll>Owrto.Wotwi m.mDoniltf $31 S. Walnut Stroot Stark*

Bishop Kenny was tough... Charge HI

When BHS rolled Into Bishop Ke ;,
ny High School in Jacksonville UK
were ready. However not having.
the weight classes covered probab.,,
cost them the match. '.


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February I". 19115 TELEGRAPH Pa eIIA

I IAnnual Old-timers Baseball Game Launches a New Season for BHS II


Sometimes old dogs still have An even dozen veterans of BHS nado Hal Wood who scored in the

uite a few tricks left as the BHS baseball returned for the chance to bottom of the first inning after get

Id-Timers Baseball Game proved play the game again last weekend. ting on base with a walk. In the top 1 1L f fIn

turday, Feb. 9, beating the 1985 They were Scott Hudson, Robert of the fifth, the Old Timers came up a

idition of Uu BHS Tornadoes 6-2. Carver Bill Goodge, Willie McNeil with two runs to put them ahead one.

Chuck Johnson, Andy Chaff, Jimmy It began to look bad for the Toran- N ,

"I don't know if we were tense or if Schoening, Jackson Prevatt, dos as the afternoon wore on.

e just didn't play with a lot of inten- Jeremiah Johnson, Ben Strong
ity," said Coach Mike Hartley "bute Truman Strong, and RichardFender. The game was put out of reach in 4a'' ... ?
made a lot of mental mistakes the seventh and eighth innings when T's.

hat we cannot make if we want to the veterans scored two runs in each ,': 1910 an obscure British music-
ave a good year" First blood went to current Tor- inning to put the score to 61. hall performer toured the U.S. in a

vaudeville act billed as, "Karno's
The final l BHS score was in the bot- '.' Wow Wows." His name: Charlie*
tom of the ninth inning when Gerald fir Ne ,,LI Chaolin.

Brown doubled. Following him was
Tony Diggs who sent him home witha


"We appreciate the participationof INVITATION TO BIDDERS

the Old-Timers, it helps us get a NOTICE TO BIDDERS:
1 little game experience before our NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed Bid Proposals will

season begins" said Harley. be received by the Bradford County School Board. 582 N.

f 1 Pitching for old-times sake... Temple Ave., Stark., Florida 32091,10:00: A.M., February
1 "' a Cited for having a good game were 22, 1985.
Gerald Brown, Doug Sammons, Reaching for the glory Bill "llotdog" Goodge gets ready to put one over BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL

Tony Diggs, and Brian Whitehead as the plate to a present day Tornado. Doing a good Job, the Old-timers won REPAIR AND RENOVATIONS FIRE DAMAGEat

pitchers. Between them they did not 6-2 last Saturday.Cheryl's, which time bids will be publicly opened and read

give up runs in six innings, aloud. Bids received after the above time and date will
1 Hartley saidLeading not be considered. Award If In best Interest of Owner

I will be made within five calendar days

hitters for the Oldtimerswere
DOCUMENTS may be obtained from the office of Don R.
Scott Hudson 2-4, Robert Morgan Post Office Drawer 1208 Keystone Heights
Carver 2-5 and Chuck Johnson 2-5.
Florida 32656 ONLY.CONTRACTORS .
Cf{ CV&'a17P'S
: Will upon receipt of fifty dollars

I 1r BUS Nine Opens... ($50.00)) payable to Don R. Morgan Architect be forwarded
two sets of plans and specifications. Twenty-five
s Regular season for the Tornados dollars ($25.00) will be refunded provided the plans and

begins Saturday, Feb. 16, in ,- 964-8431 specifications are returned In "good" condition within ten
Gainesville against Eastside High bid .
days of op.nlng.SUBCONTRACTORS
i 504 W Call / Starker
School at 1:30
pm. r Y : Will upon receipt of twentyfivedollars
\ ".I ($25.00)) made payable to Don R. Morgan Architect

The first home game is Thursday, ?:! } be forwarded one set of plans and specifications,

Feb. 21at 7 p.m. against Baldwin. Rose & nonrefundable.EACH .
Happy\ BID: Shall be accompanied by a cashier's check or

Robin : s bid bond In the amount of five percent ((5%) of the bid

Season tickets for all the home ,". a'en\\ne, price, payable to the Owner.

games are still available, either THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: Will be required to provide a

from any of the players or Mrs. Wan- 25% Off Any Service ta'l'A Performance Labor and Material Payment Bond In the

da Prevatt in the front office of the amount of 100% of the bid amount. Surety Company shall
high school in Starke. Tickets for all w/coupon or any other salon be licensed to do business In the state of Florida and.

Not That Long Ago... 11 home games are $12 for adults coupon special bring it in, t shall be listed by the United States Treasury Department.
and for students. Half-season PROPOSALS not be withdrawn for thirty days
$6 : May
Behind all the protective stuff )is Robert Carver, an ex-Tornado who now we will honor. '. '
tickets for six home are $6 for after bid dote.
for the Santa Fe Community College Saints. It takes a lot of concentraion -
adults and $3 for students. ALL BIDDERS: Will be notified of the award of contractto
to keep on the ball, especially from behind the plate.
your eye "A Shop With A Touch Of Class" the successful bidder or the rejection of all bids
within five days of the Owner's decision.
1/313tchg 211February

JERRY A. FUNK ,---- and DAVID LEE HODGES run thence South 17 GILBERT BROWN. entered In the obove- I 6. 1985. that I the Bradford County

I Legal NoticesIN Funk ft Green Rt. 2. Box 350 Starke, FL degrees and 43 minutes Clerk of Circuit Court captioned action I will will sell to the highestand School's Administrative
1020 Atlantic Bank Bldg. 32091 joint owners, do. West a distance of 105 By: Marian McRae sell the property situatedIn best bidder for cash, Offices, 582 N. Temple
Jacksonville, FL 32202 Ing business under the feet to a concrete monu Deputy Clerk Bradford County in the first floor lobby of Avenue Stark., Florida.
358.8088 firm name of THE BUT ment: run thence South Terence M. Brown Esq. Florida described as: the Bradford County Copies of this proposed
this court. WITHIN THREE See Exhibit "A" annexed Courthouse In Starke, be obtainedat
2/07 2tchg 2/1. CHER SHOP intends to 72 degrees and 27 TERENCE M. BROWN, rule may
MONTHS OF THE FIRST register said fictitious minutes East a distanceof P.A. hereto and made a Florida at 11 a.m. on the the Superintendent'sOffices

CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PUBLICATION OF THIS UNITED STATES DISTRICT name under the 108.67 feet to a concrete Attorneys for Husband part hereof: A parcel of 28th day of February between 8 a.m.
BRADFORD COUNTY. NOTICE: ((1)) all claims COURT. MIDDLE aforesaid statute. monument on 1/24 4tchg 2/14 land situated In the SE% 1985 the following and 4 p.m., Monday
FLORIDA against th. estate and Doled this 22nd of aforesaid Westerly of the NW% of the SE'/. described property asset through Friday.
PROBATE DIVISION ((2)) any objection by an JACKSONVILLE DIVISION January A.D., 1985 In boundary of Church NOTICEOF of Section 6, Township 6 forth In the Final This is In compliancewith
CASE NO. 85-13-CP Interested person to 84-1439 Bradford County. Street, run thence North INTENTIONTO South Range 22 East Judgement to-wlt: the Florida Statutes,
((1.3612)) whom notice was mailed Case Clv-J.12 No. 1/24 4tchg 2/14 17 degrees 45 minutes REGISTERFICTITIOUS Bradford County Lot One ((1)) In Great Chapter 120.54 as
that challenges the East along said Westerly NAME Florida; said parcel' being Oaks Subdivision a subdivision enacted by the 1974
IN RE: The Estat. of validity of th. will the boundary a distance of more particularly of a portion of Florida Legislature.JIM .
MYRTICE M. CRIM qualifications of th. personal UNITED STATES OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT 105 feet to point of Pursuant to Section described as follows: the Southeast Quarter DUNCANSup.rlnt.nd.nt

Deceased. representative, AMERICA. Plaintiff COURT MIDDLE beginning.and 865.09, Florida Statutes, Commence at the Northwest (SE'/ ) of Southeast
venue, or jurisdiction of vs. and DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, you are ordered notice Is hereby given corner of said Quarter (SE'Section) Bradford Co. Schools
NOTICE the Court. JAMES F. NORMAN JACKSONVILLE DIVISION and required to appear that the undersigned SE'of the NW'/ of theSE 29, Township 6 South Itchg2/14
REPRESENTATIVE and plead In said ocTion GEORGE F. ALLEN INC., % and run N. 00001 Range 22 East In the City -

administration of ; GEORGE B. Defendants ..Clv-J-16.. ., ,. .*Wt.Mt.B* and Weyaw"......-- *.O. Box 656 Keystone"Helghts -.W. /olong the West line of Storke, Florida according NOTICEOF
the Estate of AAYRiTICE M, FLYWt1/.... ...P.O" ,Box -,..,"'"'ORDER"OF SER"VICE"'' IS* with the Clerk'"of this FL 32656 sole of the SE'/i of the NWVi to plat of same INTENTIONTO
CRIM. Deceased Fife 269;"' Stork; Florida UNITED STATES OF Court at Jacksonville. owner dolna business of the SE'a distance of recorded In Plat Book 2, REGISTER

No. 85-13-CP ((1.3612)), It 32091. BY PUBLICATIONThis AMERICA Plaintiff, Florida and to serve a under the firm name ofALLEN'S 73.9 feet to an Iron pipe; page 66 public recordsof FICTITIOUS NAME
Attorney for PersonalRepresentative vs. thence run N. 814900" Bradford County
the Circuit the
pending In thereof ATTIC 527
to be copy upon
Court for Bradford County : verified Plaintiff's attorney South Water Street, E, 623.7 feet to an Iron Florida. NOTICE Is hereby
JAMES R. FLYNN Attorney heard upon the WIMBERLY and the heir pipe on the West right of DATED this 11 th day of
Florida Probate Division of Plaintiff for an Dorothea Beans Assistant Starke, FL 32091, intendsto given that ALAN BRUCE
the address of at Law, 405 W. Order of Service by at law. of United States Attorney register said fictitious way line of State Road February 1985.GILBERT GREENBERG of Post Office .
Georgia St., Storke, SCHNEIDER daughter No. 16; thence run S. S. BROWN 442 Starke,
which Is Bradford County Publication and It and Post Office Box name under theaforesaid Box ,
appearing Katie B. Wimberly
sold West ClerkBy
Florida 32091 35'00' E. along
Courthouse, Post Office that this action the unknown heirs 600. Jacksonville, statute. Florida 32091 desiring to
Drawer B. Starke 2/07 2tchg 2/14 has been brought for the devisees, grantees andassignees Florida 32201. on or Dated this 21st day of right of way line 54.77 : Beulah Moody engage under the fictitious
Florida 32091. The enforcement of a lien Manors, before February 25, January A.D., 1985 In feet to a concrete monument Deputy Clerk2142tchg221 name of
names and addresses of NOTICE real propertysituat.d 1985. If you fail to do so Bradford County on the East line of HAIRPLANES INC.,. at
against creditors, trustees, orother said NW1of
the E'/t of
the default 737 S. Street
Personal Representative In Bradford judgement by 1244tchg214IN
REGISTER claimants by the SE'thence; run S. NOTICEOF Florida 32091 Intends .
and th. PersonalRepresentative's within the Middle will be entered against Starke.
County through under or 00'0"25" W. said INTENTIONTO
FICTITIOUS NAME along said fictitious
attorney for the relief to register
District of Florida and against THE ESTATE OF you THE COUNTY COURTOF East line, 143.99 feet to REGISTER
forth demanded In the name
are set described as follows: B. WIMBERLY and complaint THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
KATIE the point of beginning, FICTITIOUS NAME
below. Pursuant to .- Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
West 100 feet of Lot 5 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
all parties having a thence continue S.
All Interested 865.09. Florida Statutes, It Is, ORDERED that the Bradford County
persons of .
of Block 22 of the City
title Interest BRADFORD
claim right or COUNTY said
00'0"25" W.. along Pursuant to Section
are required to file with notice Is hereby giventhat Bradford County above Notice of Suit and Florida pursuant to the
Lawtey In the property FLORIDA line 104.00 feet Florida Statutes
this WITHIN THREE the undersigned Order for Unnamed East ;; 865.09. provisions of Section
MONTHS OF THE FIRST BRUCE J. SCOTT. 1205 Florida according to therein Defendants. Defendants to Appearand CASE NO. 84-518-CC thence 'S. 8958'10" W., notice Is hereby given 865.09, Florida Statutes.

PUBLICATION OF THIS Butler Road P.O. Box the map or plot thereof Plead (Service by 223.29 feet to the that the undersigned, The interest of each
record at Plat Book 2, NOTICE OF SUIT EARL R. GENDREAU II. 60 foot
centerline a ALBERNARD PERRY
445. Stark., Florida be In the business Is
Publication published
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims ) party
against the estate and 32091 joint owners doIng Page 61 of th. public and by the United States Plaintiff, easement for Utilities Route 2, Box 187, as follows: ALAN BRUCE
records of Bradford ORDER FOR UNNAMED vs. and general road Heights (Brad-
purposes Keystone
business under the Marshal In a GREENBERG 100%.
by an newspaperof
((2)) objection
Int.r.st.d any to firm name of BRADFORD County, Florida said DEFENDANTS TO general circulation in BILL L. BUSY Defendant ; thence run N. ford County), Florida Dated at Starke,
person property lying and being 00'01'50" W., along said 32656 sole owner doing
whom notice mailed BAPTIST CHURCH P.O. APPEARAND Bradford County Florida, this 5th day of
was Starke Florida within Section 23. PLEAD NOTICE OF ACTIONTO centerline 104.00 feet, business under the firm 1985.
that the Box 1207 Florida not less than February
challenges TownshipS South Range (SERVICE BYPUBLICATION thence run N. 8958'10" name of AL'S PLUMBING
Intends to /s/Alon Bruce
32091 week for six
th.qualifications each
of the will once
validity said fictitious 22 East Bradford County ) weeks : BILL L. BUSY.Residence E, 223.48 feet to the COMPANY Route 2, Box GreenbergTERENCE
of the Personal register consecutive priorto
name under the Florida return date Unknown. point of beginning. Said 187 Keystone Heights M. BROWN
Representative and It further appearing TO ALL unknown heirs, 2 of Bradford
of aforesaid statute.Dated : hereinabovedeslanated. parcel being Lot an ( County). P.A.
venue.. or jurisdiction this 07th day of that Defendants devisees, grantees, YOU ARE HEREBY unrecorded mop of Florida 32656 Intends to P.O. Drawer
'h court. ." February, A.D., 1985 In James F. Norman' and assignees, llenors, DONE AND ORDEREDat NOTIFIED that an action "Forest Heights" as register said fictitious Stark. FL 32091
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS K, Norman cannot Jacksonville. Florida, Breach of Contract
Bradford Cynthia creditors, trustees or for surveyed by Joseph G. name under the 2/14 4tchg 3/07
NOT SO FILED County.2/07 4tchg 2/28 be served within the other claimants, by this 2nd day of January and other relief has been Knapp Registered Land aforesaid statute.
WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Stat. of Florida; that It Is through under or 1985. filed against you I- 'ie Surveyor Dated this 8th day of NOTICEAN

RED. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT not practicable to serve against Katie B. Wimberly HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER above.styled Court d at public sale, to the February A.D., 1985.2144tpd307.
Publication of this EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR them personally; and deceased; and all UNITED STATESMAGISTRATE you are requires > highest and best bidder ENVIRONMENTAL

Notice has begun on 7 CUIT BRADFORD COUN they have not voluntarily other Parties having or serve a copy of \ r for cash, at the front entrance ASSESSMENT HAS BEEN
February 1985.Personal TY FLORIDA appeared herein; It Is claiming to have any 1/17 6tchg 2/21 written defenses if c ",, of the Bradford PUBLIC NOTICE COMPLETED BY FmHA

Representative Civil Action No. therefore right title or Interest in COURTOF to it on JOHNNY R. County Courthouse in concerning the construction
: CATHERINE M. 84-379-CA ORDERED as follows: the property hereinafter IN JUDICIAL HOBBS. JR., ESQUIRE, Stark., Florida at 11:00: PUBLIC NOTICE TO of 33 RRH units In
WALTHER, 335.A W.st 1. Defendants JamesF. described.You THE EIGHTH Post Office Drawer 40, a.m. on March 5, 1985. JOHN CARPENTER: Mini. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Columbia St., Klsslm- FIRST ATLANTA MORTGAGE Norman and CynthiaK. are hereby CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Stark., Florida 32091 GILBERT S. BROWN Storage of America, Hwy Florida.
mee, Florida 32741. CORPORATION Norman shall appearIn notified that an action BRADFORD and file the original with Clerk Circuit Court 100. Keystone Heights The assessment showed .

attorney for Personal f/n/a THARPE ft this cause and pleadto has been Instituted FLORIDA CIVIL CASE NO. the Clerk of the above- By: Beulah Moody selling Unit No. 38 for no significant environmental
th. complaint filed In the above Court on or Clerk back Sale
Representatives: BROOKS INCORPORATED against you styled Deputy rent. being impact for
TERENCE M. BROWN a Georgia herein on or before Court by the United 84-348-CA before 1 April 1985. Sharon L. Simmons held Saturday March 2.19B5. KEYSTONE VILLAGE to

P.A., Post Office Drawer Plaintiffs( ), February 25, 1935; or In States of America, for of Otherwise, a judgementshall SMITH ft HULSEY at 10 a.m. on be located on S.E. 65th PI
40, Starke, Florida 32091Telephon.:904964.8272 'IS corporation default thereof the the enforcement of a lien IN RE: The LEWIS Marriage HOFF: be entered againstyou 500 Barnett Bank premises. (Cortex Rd.).
: GLENN EDWARD Court shall proceed toJudg.m.nt against real property Husband, for the relief requested Building 2/14 2tchg 2/21 Any person who feels
By: Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr. HESLAR SHARON In this cause situated In Bradford MAN. In the Petition. Jacksonvill., FL 32202 the review Is In error

2072tchg214IN HESLAR .t al, Defendants to the extent provided by County within the Middle and DEANNE MARIE HOFF- WITNESS my hand and ((904)) 359.7700 PUBLIC NOTICE should submit a written
Section 1655 Title 28. District of Florida and the seal of said Court on Attorneys for Plaintiff statement outlining the
THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTICE) OF SALE United States Cod., as if described as follows: MAN, Wife. the 29th day of January 2/14 2tchg 2/21 The Bradford County specific environmental
COUNTY said Defendants had of Northeast 1985. School Board. Stork.,
BRADFORD A portion the concerns to Rm. 248 207
Is hereby giventhai AMENDED
FLORIDA Notice been served with process Quarter (NE'/i' ) of ACTION GILBERT S. BROWN IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Florida will hold a Public N.W. Second St.,
PROBATE DIVISION pursuant to an within the State of Southwest Quarter NOTICE OF Clerk of Circuit Court FLORIDA, EIGHTH Hearing on Propo..dSchool OCALA FL 32670. within

CASE NO. 83-15-CP order or a final ludgwm.nt Florida. (SW'/i) and a portion of TO: DEANNE MARIE By: Joan Epps JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Board Rule 15 days of the dote of
((1-3614)) of foreclosure 2. This order be the Northwest Quarter HOFFMAN Residence Deputy Clerk AND FOR BRADFORD 160x4-3.072. CHILD this notice.
entered In the published In anewspaper (NW'of) Southeast Unknown. COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION. ABUSE on February 18, 2/14 2tchg 2/21

IN RE: Estate of captloned"action.. I wiT of general Quarter (SE'of) Section Johnny R. Hobbs Jr. CASE NO: 84-510-CA 1985. at 7 p.m. in the ........
GEORGE B. FLYNN SR., sell the property situatedIn circulation In Bradford 28. Township 6 South YOU ARE HEREBY TERENCE M. BROWN School Board Room of ,

Deceased. Bradford County County, Florida; not less Range 22 East In the City NOTIFIED that an action P.A. FLORIDA FIRST NA.
Florida described as: than once each week for of Stark., Bradford for Dissolution of Marriage Attorneys for Plaintiff TIONAL BANK OF
NOTICEOF Lot 11, of Block 2, six consecutive weeks County Florida and being and other relief 1/314tchg 2/21 JACKSONVILLE as

ADMINISTRATION SHADY OAKS SUBDIVISION prior to the return date more particularly has been filed againstyou Trustee for the HOUSING
as plat thereof designated In the above-styled
per herelnabove described as follows: CIRCUIT COURT, FINANCE AUTHORITY OF
Th. administration of recorded In Plat Book 3, DONE AND ORDEREDat Commence at the Intersection Court mid| you ore required EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BRADFORD COUNTY. s ee'
the estate of GEORGE B. page 29 of the public Jacksonville Florida of the to serve a copy ot' IN AND FOR BRAD FLORIDA, Plaintiff

FLYNN SR., deceased records of Bradford. this 2nd day of January, Southerly boundary of your written defenses, If FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
pending In the Circuit County Florida, and lying Bridges Street (formerly any. to it on TERENCE M. NO. 84-429 vs.DONALD W. ROTH
1985.HOWARD :
Court for Bradford County and situate In SectionB T.SNYDERUNITED Seventh Street) and theWesterly BROWN ESQUIRE, Post BRENDA J. ROTH. FLEET

Florida Probate DM- Township 7 South STATESMAGISTRATE boundary of Office Drawer 40, INC. FINANCE INC.. f/k/a
sion. the address of Rang. 20 East, Bradford Church Street and run Stark., Florida 32091 SOUTHERN DISCOUNT
which I. Clerk of Circuit County. Florida. 1/17 6tchg 2/21 thence South 17 degrees and file the original with Florida .corporation. COMPANY, a Florida a
Court Probate Division at public sale, to the ._._' and 45 minutes West the Clerk of the above- Plaintiff, corporation Defen

Bradford County Courthouse highest and best bidder NOTICEOF along said Westerly styled Court on or VsTRACY C. DIXON and dants.
Starke. Florida for cash at the front entrance INTENTIONTO boundary a distance of before 4 March 1985. LEATHA DIXON his
32091 The nom. and of the Bradford REGISTER 388.36 feet to a concrete Otherwise, a judgement wife Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE
addresses of the .Personal County Courthouse In FICTITIOUS NAME monument for point of shall be entered ogain.t BY CLERK

Representativeand Stark., Florida between beginning. From point of you for the relief requested NOTICE OF SALE
the PersonalRepresentative' ) 11:00 a.m., and 2:00 Pursuant to Section beginning thus described In the Petition. NOTICE IS HEREBY

at p.m., on F.bruary 27, 865.09, Florida Statutes., run North 72 degrees WITNESS my hand and Notice Is hereby given GIVEN pursuant to FinalJudgement
1985. hereby given West the seal of said Court on of
torney or. set forth notice Is and 27 minutes a that, to an
below. GILBERT BROWN. that the undersigned distance of 108.76 feet to the 22nd day of January- order or a final judge Foreclosure entered In
All Interested persons Clerk Circuit Court LAMAR GRIFFIS P.O. a concrete monument; 1985. ment of foreclosure this case, dated ,
Beulah Moody
are required to file with By: DooutV Clerk Box 308 Starke. FL 32091


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. Circuit Judge Pierce Sentences Two to Probation, Two Will Do Time I

Pour defendants appeared before theft of several businesses and the defendant guilty and sentencedhim for 90 days with jail credit. Stanfordwas arrested for taking merchandisefrom Sylvester Lott charged with false
Acting Circuit Judge George H. residences including the concession to DOC to 4V4 years to run con- fined $250 and must make a local merchant, which she imprisonmnet was placed on three
Pierce for final disposition Feb. 11 in stand at the 301 Drive-In Theatre current with the Bradford Countycase. restitution during his two years pro- said she returned. years probations after the court
Bradford. Two were placed on pro- south of Starke on Oct. 14. Food bation following his jail time Special conditions of the probationwere found him guilty.Lott must abide by
bation and two received prison time.A items of hot dogs and hamburger!: Ford must seek employment special conditions of the probatio''
paddies were taken at that time and Larry Bryant Stanford charged Sandra Ford also known as Lucile within 60 days, violate! no laws and and attend Bradford-Unio
38-year-old Lincoln City man sold at Lett's Country Corner in with ''uttering. forged bills was Gadsoi was placed on probation for must do 40 hours community service Guidance Counseling and stay gnu I
was sentenced to 4'/i years in the Hampton. sentenced to Bradford County Jail two years for grand theft. Ford was work fully employed.Lifetime .
Department of Corrections for his Rivera has a long'rap'sheet from -
part in the burglary spree in Brad- Dade County as well as a Union
ford County last fall. Seven arrests County charge. /
were made at that time and much of The Union County case charging \ ARI(
the stolen property was recovered. Rivera with grand theft was 1
Ismael Rivera was arrested transferred to Bradford County for '
for the burglary arid grand disposition also. Judge Pierce found :: Get A VIDEO 'MEIVtDER '' '"
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Starke blood alcohol content was .22 per-
21-year-old man was
sentenced Feb. 11 to 24 months in the cent.Public I) Come By :
Department of Corrections for the Defender Glenn Weiss ... 5'Over .1
charge of grand theft. recommended McNeal be given 12' and See Us
Kenneth Ash McNeal was found to months in an adult prison but Assis- j
be in violation of probation he tant State Attorney Thomas Elwell
received for the theft of mobile home advised the court of McNeal's prior 500
record and stated the defendant, if Non-Members '
trailer axles from Skyline Mobile Movies vail.'
Homes in January, 1984. McNeal pled given 12 months, could be returnedto A MOVIES cc '350 Per Moviewith
guilty to that charge in June and society in three months and the MACHINEMembers ;
in September was sentenced to one community deserved more than Proper I.D. ; ,
year in the county jail. After 90 days that."Not ... '3D0 No Deposit orNonMembers.
McNeal was released and placed on wishing to profane the court, 421 W. Madison Street .
three years probation.Jan. this defendant deserves three-year ... $500 Major Credit .
4, shortly after his release sentence, he has appointed himselfthe Starke, Florida CardTERWILLEGAR
from jail, McNeal was arrested and local "bad-ass" and cannot stay
charged with several offenses out of trouble," said Elwell. C 964.4662 .
following an accident.. Acting Circuit Judge George H. f. Across from Pride ', I
McNeal was westbound on Pierce sentenced McNeal to 24 mon-
Washington St., drove through ths DOC and pay $250 within six & Next to Denmark
Orange St. and struck a steel barrier months following his release. He will
and then left the scene. When receive jail credit for time served.
McNeal was apprehended he The charges stemming from the
resisted arrest and faced further Jan. 4 accident will be dismissed by
charges stemming from that. His the state attorney.

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92 cases were scheduled to appear George Frazier, no valid driver
before Judge George H. Pierce in license; fined$55.25 or produce valid Get for
Bradford County Traffic-Criminal driver license and pay $25 cost. Ready Spring _
Court Feb. 4. The following defen- Frazier, incorrect tag mounted,
dants received final disposition. fined$55.25.Garnell .
Houston, no valid driver
Jeanie Marie Burton, driving license, dismissed.
while intoxicated; fined $334, must Albert Eugene Barnes, impropertag Conversion Van Sale
complete 50 hours community work, fined $59.25.Raymond .
license suspended six months, at- Eugene Rewis, driving
tend driving while intoxicated while license suspended or revoked;
(DW)) school. produced valid license, pay $25 cost,
Burton no valid driver license; fin- dismissed.
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Nathan Kelly Shannon, driving Rewis, incorrect tag mounted,
while intoxicated; fined$334, license dismissed.
suspended six months,50 hours com- Sidney Green Johnson, driving & Hook-ups for Van "
munity work, attend DWI school,remain while license suspended ore revok-
under Salvation Army supervision. ed; produce license and pay $25 or !llS2 pay 5925. *
John David Sheppard, no valid
Moses Daniels, Jr., driving while driver icense; produced valid' h ",
intoxicated; fined $334, license license, dismissed, pay$10 cost. I
suspended six months,50 hours com- Thomas Kelly, no valid driver
munity work, attend DWI school, license; dismissed. '" -. :; -.. ._, .. I
Salvation Army supervision. Ronnie Risby, driving while .' ."iwaew" .-....... .....
Napcy Esta Box, driving while in- license suspended or revoked. ; fined 1
toxicated; found not guilty. $59.25. I \ With Each !

Box, no valid driver license; fined .... ... .......... ._ ....,........ .
$55.25. Danny Laverne McPhadden, driv- .... .. r. :; 1-!: "I'
Donald Laverne Woods, no valid ing while license suspended or \: '! ,1 I

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Jeffrey Dale Morgan, driving Loyal Eddie Aldridge, no valid _
while license suspended or revoked; driver license; fined $55.25. r .
produced valid license,pay$25 cost. Aldridge, unlawful speed; paid$93 : : : Before Feb. 21st .
Joan Brown Bennet, no valid fine. p
driver license; fined $55.25. Isaac J. Miles, driving while II I I
Annie B. Brown, driving while license suspended or revoked; fined j I
license suspended; fined $59.25. $59.25. 1. ,
John H. Dowling, driving while David Isaac Simmons, no valid .iAAA
license suspended; fined$59.25. driver license; attend c of crime and
Annette Smith, improper driver get 10 hours credit, 20 hours com- II
license; produced driver license, munity work, violate no laws until
dismissed. after non-jury trial March 12 for ..
David Robin Carter, driving while fleeing or attempting to elude and t
license suspended or revoked, fined wilful-wanton reckless driving.
$59.25. Marty Douglas Blankenship, no
Eva Jeanette Carter, revoke valid driver license; produce valid
while license suspended or license & pay$25 cost or pay$55.25.
fined $55.25.Carter Clarinda Burch, no valid driver
violation of right of way license; produced valid licensepay FOR60MONTHS
causing accident; fined $55.25. $25 cost.
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By Mark Friedlin. BCT Staff Writer 1
Shoppers and browsers from far and wide convergedon li'a ,
Starke's Old Courthouse last weekend for a super- a ,
sized, four-day garage sale that brought Santa Fe Com-
munity College's new Starke Center $20,000 closer to .

reality. ..;. I
Sales and receipts exceeded the fondest dreams of a '.,". .., '
small army of volunteers who toiled for weeks to make cy 1 .,:'!.' i;:,
the event memorable as well as profitable. l"
Large crowds of bargain hunters filled all available
around the 1902 courthouse, where the planned center fY"A
will be located, and waited in the cold for doors to open
at 9 a.m. Thursday. Area antique dealers made a bee- : T:
line for the collectibles room, followed by early birds .,
who had spotted their favorite items during pre-
it.- opening inspection trips.
Youngsters h>r(!a fine time at tJt*SAW anreU nmjoy-'
ing hot dog sales sold by volunteers, along with colorful

balloons and toys on sale. ,.
By Sunday little remained in the hallowed halls of .t
the old building, but Auctioneer Jim Lawson managedto ll
keep the crowd entertained and bidding from 1 to 6 '). r
p.m. on everything from boats to birdbaths. The prize
among the big ticket items a 1981 Mercury Lynx station -
wagon, went to Anita Rink for the high dollar .
3,600 of them.
A carnival atmosphere prevailed witht eh usual trap-
pings of balloons, popcorn and home-baked goodies,
while Starke Rotarians and Kiwanians peddled hot
dogs and hamburgers. A popular concession was an an- {
tique shoe-shine stand manned (or rather girled) by
local Juniorettes.
The purpose of the sale was twofoldfirst, to in- ,
crease the opportunity of local citizens for higher lear-
ning with the addition of the Starke Center of SFCC. k '8tr t..Wn. wrr tt

Second, to make the project the cornerstone of what r.w.
civic leaders call a new era of planned growth and :*
restoration of the coty's traditional downtown district. ',,0 V V1I
"It's always fun to go to a garage sale but I've never ri
gone to one held in a courthouse before commentedMs. :
June Vanderhorst of Gainesville, who traveled up ;
to Starke especially for the event. "I have watched this
community grow for years, I have many close friends
here, but I have never seen the type of spirit for progress -i
that is evident here now. These are exciting (;
changes for this community and I'm glad I could be a
part of it."

Hundreds of hours of time were spent by cooperating
citizen's groups and individuals to bring the project, to
this stage, and the four-day sale marked a significant
outpouring of support for the broad goals of the project.As .

the center project gains momentum, Starke M M1
citizens may soon have the chance to graduate from their interest in continuing their education at the projected

high school and advance their education with an center.
Associate of Arts Degree without the time and energy The Center will also provide a conference room,
consuming trips to Gainesville where the main SFCC located within the courthouse building, that will be
is located. available for use by civic clubs; church groups and
campus other civic organizations. Kitchen facilities are also
Other courses in addition to those required for an projected for the new center.
which will be offered at the
Associate of Arts Degree
of this to bring
Cooperative events type always seem
Starke SFCC Center include other professional train-
out the best in a community and Starke was no excep-
ing like computer courses. These are popular subjectsfor tion in this effort to bring a center of higher learning
well citizens who wishto
high school graduates as
fanned all three counties
here. Volunteers out over
train their for a new skill According(and a higher to paycheck supporters) and of ad-the (Bradford, Union and)Clay) to find articles for the sale,
rewarded the results.
indicatedCommunity and their were by
project, many local citizens have already


I I CalendarHave

an announcement?... G.t it in to ut by WEIGHT MANAGEMENT ClAS.Tuesdoys from January 8
Mondays at 3 p.m. and w. can put It In the Calender, local to March 5. First class on nutrition exercise and lifestyle
.v.nts. church gathering, special peaker or n.w group change I Is fr... Meet in Bradford Hospital Dining Room 7 to 9 i 1 VID.
organizing will be Included on r.qu.st. We must ask that you p.m. Call BH C.nt.r for Information: 964-4210. .m 0
k..p th.m as concls at pottlble., Feb.
STRESS MANAGEMENT CLASS..1-w..k class through
....Clubs & Organizations 7. M..t at the Bradford Hospital Library. $25 pr.
reglstratlon/$30 at-the-door.'Call BH C.nt.r for Information: fl MfAsti
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS JAYCEES..wlll hold their annual Boot 964-4210. a ,. .
and Saddle Op.n Pleasure and Spud Show at the Cloy .c i r
County Agricultural Center on SR-16 Saturday March 9, at KEYSTONE RECREATION ASSOCIATION..Bo. and Soft- QuG
8:30: a.m. until evening. For Information call 473-4934. Admission boll Sign-Ups F.b. 2. 9. 16 and 23 at McDavid Pork. 10 a.m. ill x {
of !30 centt donation to the Muscular Dystrophy ,,2 p.m. t

Association Th. Jaycees hold meetings twice each month on BOY SCOUT TROOP "....m..I. from 7:30 to 9 p.m. .ach
the first and third Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Clubhouse on 'Thursday at the Church of Jesus Christ of LaH.r-Day Saints A tc'
Silver lake. For Information.call 4734924. chapel '1404 Bessent Road In Stork.. All boys from 11 to 18 Super-sized Sale... t

KIYSTONI HEIGHTS COMMUNITY GROUPS..AIcohollct or. w.lcom. Call 964-4580 for more Information. 1 Throngs of buyers gathered at the old courthouse In Starke last week for asupersized
Anonymous and Alanon m..t Monday 8 p.m. (closed garage sale to benefit a planned Starke Center of the Santa Fe
EXPLORER SCOUTING noo..coll 964-6911 for Informa- f
meeting) and Friday. 8 p.m., open meeting. In Educational Community College.
Building Community Church Keyttone Height" tion. r LeAnn Carlton <7) enjoyed her big bundle of balloons. Auctioneer J.R.

EXERCISE CLASSES... .roblcs 4:00 p.m.. M. W A F and 6:00: UVEREATERS ANONVMOUS..meet... each Thursday 11:30: 4 (Jim) Lawson kept the crowd bidding: Lila Rae Yawn passes out bidder
p.m. T. W. A F ($23)); Sllmnastici 10:00: T ft TH ($18)): and a.m., at St. Mark's Episcopal Church parish hour; Tuesdays. numbers*far right) to customers Including the biggest buyer of all Anita
S.retch ft flu, 8.30 a.m. M a W ($18)). Call BH C.nt.r for In- 7:30 p.m. nt Keystone Heights Community,Church. For Infer- Rlnk(middle) who purchased a station wagon.
call 782-3931, 473-3790. '
formation: 964-4210. motion or

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Page,.c; _20_ .. __.. February. II.. 1985 ', ,!; ''i"" ,

Microsurgery.$ .. .. ;. .. :: ::1'111:. :: j 1 .,

U St. Petersburg Youth's Rebuilt at Lake Butler. Hospital!!f;:" i I INTRODUCING. .. I

Tucking his brown, wavy hair up Looking forward to pursuing Work
under the borrowed motorcycle which uses his talented hands Jim r American
helmet,young James Clifford ( has shown his family, doctors and Made Draperies
Tipton thought he was just sort hospital employees strong, oatlS.Custom
on a friend's Honda 350 for a philosophical maturity. He.tells Balloon Shades
ride around the neighborhood. Un- others to look on the bright side of nteftOfS SAVE
fortunately for the 17-year-old resi- things. He not only helps other pa- Roman Shades
dent of Pinellas Park, he was never tients face their hardships, but even ..
to complete that short ride helping visitors with problems of SAVE
As he lay on the cold ground after -I I their own. 500.1: Selected .
the crash that Thursday night, Jim Practicing what he preaches; Jim O Vertical Blinds SAVE
looked down at his extremely describes his view of the additional
bloodied legwith calf muscles, ten- surgery he will need to add more
dons, bones and blood vessels skin grafts and to fuse togethe the
severed from his leg like meat at a shattered ankle bones,"I Just look at Coordinate your home or office
butcher's hands, he was certain he { it like thiseverytime I go in there,
would lose it. my will come out looking Draperies Wallpaper
But medical science has progressed better.7Although .
by leaps and bounds in recent the fusion will leave his
years, and that specialized field foot with little movement,his doctor Bedspreads
known as microsurgery has progressed Ian W. Rogers, has said the patienthas Shades
just as quickly. Few peopleare an excellent chance of walking Graber Verticals
now more aware of the progress again.He :
made in this particular field thanone should one day be able to play levolor MinI Blinds
young man who has been given football again and perhaps resume
hope. the 30 push-ups he was once capable '
Reflecting on how things do not j>f doing in 25 seconds. V N
always turn out the way we plan and
how the best should nonetheless be 'v \Sc.o Wallpaper GaloreInterior I
made of it, Jim lay recuperating in Ve AU Y.r _
his hospital bed at the Lake Butler Decorating Made Easy
Hospital and Hand Surgery Center
(HSC) after 10 hours of For Shop at Home ConvenienceCall
microsurgery during which the : Donna Gruen 964-7714 StarkeCall
surgeons had: to rebuild his leg witha George Washington had a sweat
large section of muscle taken from i tooth for Ice cream. Records show for a no obligation appointment
his abdomen. that during two months of 1790 he
Surgeons at HSC made the best of x. jM mt t200 on It.

what remained of Jim's leg during -
surgery.After having repaired what -
tendons and muscle were left, they
took a large section of skin,fat,mus- WE WILL BEAT YOUR -
cle and nourishing blood vessels '
from the young man's abdomen and

used limb.it to reconstruct the, mutilated LI, BEST PRICE FROM R' 91

Amazingly, the abdomen which s.
donated tissue for the new leg looks Much Better Now... liilii
relatively untouched. All that re ANYWHERE IN THE
mains to tell of Jim's transferredside James Clifford "Jim" Tipton wheels himself around the corridors at
is a tightly woven seam running Lake Butler Hospital and Hand Surgery Center soon after surgery where
diagonally across his abdomen. his badly damaged leg was repaired through microsurgical techniques. SOUTH.
"We are lucky to have a place like iII
this,"said Patricia Meckley descib-
ing her son's surgery as a miracle. "It seems to have happened for a last 25 years and has been made i
The whole experience has been reason," said Jim of the accident, possible by the improvement of both -
understandably frightening to a remembering the consoling he had delicate surgical equipment and ex- ra 8.80/0
working mom who has just lived heard just over three weeks ago tensive physician training.
through an event which is every while being lifted into the am- Operating microscopes have been
mother's nightmare- knowledgethat bulance. "Don't worry man, Jesus refined so that they magnify once
her child has been terribly and loves you," an observer had barely visible blood vessels to 40 XL'sLoadet
suddenly injured.She shouted, leaving with Jim a lasting times their normal size. Ranger
and Jim's stepfather, John, impression of his survival of the The miniaturization and design of
had refused to allow their son a tragic ordeal. very small microinstruments and a. [ ; List 11,495
motorcycle because of the risk in- Along with help from above, the microsutures (threads for stitches)
volved in riding one. Despite their Tiptons are also thankful for help has brought ever-increasing precision 5 Speed V-6 Air Tu-Tone400
precautions, fate would have it that imparted by the careful hands of in repairing the body's delicate ,
not even two blocks into a "borrow- microsurgeons at the Hand Sugery inner roadways. Extensive training
ed" ride,young Jim would be struck Center. has also been required for surgeons
by a car without a front grill-its protruding The surgical transfer of the ab- to master the techniques for handling 8.80/0 12 mo.-60
bumper mount tearing his domenal wall to the leg which was the special equipment and to 95 mo.
leg apart like a saw. already 90 percent amputated from understand the complexity of how l.$8 .
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amputation might be avoided. them, and are used to cover defectsin Center, with its microsurgical team "
The Lake Butler Hospital has injured areas such as the hole left and equipment have brought Lake ,
received patients from all over who in Jim's leg. This technique is used Butler recognition as the place to
have heard about hands and other when muscles and tendons are gone send patients requiring reconstructive -
seriously injured parts of the body and skin grafts are therefore inade- surgery in Florida and south F-150240 i >
being saved through microsurgical quate. Georgia.Not 92951
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I Bradford and Union Head Start Recruiting Year Olds I

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By Marcla Goodge anemia as an indication of whether objective of the Head Start programis simple things like the ABC's and -various colors. The children hud to ::Head Start "have done an excellent
BCT Stall Writer their diet are correct for children to start children on the road to have fun in doing it, then when the recognize the different colors,count job," said Jenkins, "Most of the
The Head Start Programs in Brad their age.Children. learning, to help them learn how to. subjects become more difficult as the number of hearts used in the \children are performing on the level
ford and Union Counties, both over- In Head Start are taughtto learn and enjoy doing it. they progress in school they will mouse-shape and learn the heart i I they should be. Some are working
seen by the Northeast Florida Com- recognize colors and shapes, Teachers use things like puzzles have the advantage of a positive at- shape. I below level, but" they are using
munity Action Agency (NEFCAA), taught to count, say their alphabet, and games to teach children how to titude toward learning. In a recent assessment test givenin Head Start P.5B
are in the process of recruiting 3-5 write their names, and use their tell triangles from squares or to tell For instance, in the past week the Bradford County, the children. in. (See
year olds from economically disad- hands to perform delicate the color green from blue. When children pasted together Valentine
vantaged families to take part in the manipulative skills. But the main children begin to learn things.!.even mice, using construction paper of :? .
goverment-funded education program .
that helps young children '.. ..:i.A .." ..",
learn to enjoy learning. t ..
The federal government funds 80 \ tf"i,
r 1
percent of the Head Start program. z & .
The other 20 of funding .
comes with in-kind services, that is ,j IK 1
goods or services donated by the 8pws Free J. '\

gram.Inkind community. to help support the pro- .' II ':\ u1N Ih1r6e

services include things
like classroom volunteers, prison Hearing!
trustees who do maintenance work
community service hours acquire
through the county judicial system
and teaching tools and training ses- Tests
sions donated by a state diagnostic
learning referral service. d ;
Children in the Head Start program -
receive two hot meals and one ; )
afternoon snack each weekday Tuesday, March 5
which provides a full two-thirds of
their nutritional requirements.They 1-4 p.m. atBradford
also receive complete dental care
from work.the initial screening to followup ,w ', .( Hospital, Inc.

The children go to Shands
Teaching Hospital once a week for The test is conducted by a licensed clinical audiologist.The .
their dental care. The youngsters in t ',
Starke make the trip on the brand ro" hearing test will be held in conjunction with
new minibus. i*+ ; Bradford Hospital's March blood pressure dinic.
"The community is so proud of
that bus," said Supervisor Jessie
Jenkins, "They used to have to car- Sponsored by:
pool the children to the dentist, or
get neighbors to take them if they *
didn't have transportation." I d
She mentioned the children were
also very proud of the bus, "they '
think they're in 'big school' now/
she said. Bradford Hospital, Inc. Professional Hearing Services
The children are given the advan- Learning:To Learn.:.- 922 E. Call Street 720 S.W Second Avenue
tage of being seen once a week by ,\ Starke FL 32091 Gainesville, FL 32601
the nurse from the local health Mrs.Terri Coley,a Head Start teacher,helps Cedric thought he was having fun. I
department, as well as the servicesof Carter put together his Valentine mouse. Call Head Start in Bradford County at 964-8312 and
Bradford( Hospital and Professional Hearing Services are membeis
a nurse from the Jacksonville program Cedric had to Identify the different colors, count the Union County at 496-3550 to learn more about the pro- I c r I Santa Fe Healthcare Systems,Inc
who tests the children for hearts, recognize the heart shapes and use various gram. .-
manipulative skill In the project, but Cedric just
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special education from page 4 ed to fill the classrooms for both the Income guidelines for the Head Family size. .. ..Annual Income
catch up."The to help them summer session and the regular Start Program as provided by the I. . . . .. . . ".980
children here ij school session. state department of Health and 2. . . . ... . . $6.720
skills said are taught The program is free to qualified Human Services (HHS) are as 3. . . . ... .. . .J8.460
Coley learning, A chili teacher Terri 'I particij" nits and Head Start is required follows. 4 . . . . . $10.200
is given a head start taught on in life.Head" Start to have 10 percent of their 5. .. .. . . . .. $11,940
enrollment handicapped children. Income 6 ,
NEFCAA in took over the Head Start "Sometimes we go far above that GuidelinesAnnual . . .. . .. .. .. $13,680$13.420,

have program been instrumental January of 1982. "They percentage, but we are required to Income Maximums 8 . . . . $17,160
since For
they Head
have 10 said Jenkins. Eligibility
percent. Each Additional
took : Member.Add$1,740Hospice
over, said Jenkins, "It Is the
first time!in my experience that both
rural and urban counties have been j ) f ...tf ,
under the same grantee agency and \
everything has worked out so- d- ) Fj '

smoothly.Jenkins has been with the Head -: A6r\ ;I''
Start program in Starke for 17 years. P

She that Head says children Start it is she program wonderful taught through have to realize now the t S 'zra \ :t t tt,4j' : )) Training

graduated from college. + .
All the teachers in the programare \
thoroughly trained. Some have Program
worked with the public school ;
system and some have degrees in _oJ-,
early childhood education, but all How do you help someone at the most vulnerable time of their life, when they are dying?What do you say,how
Head Start teachers have had to do you react? You can make a difference by Becoming a Hospice Volunteer! '
undergo special training In the Practical application to the Hospice concept will be the main focus of the seminar.The seminar will concentrateon
education NEFCAA of 3-5 year olds. f the stages of dying, the grief process the psychological and social problems that confront both the terminally III
representative, Brigette
Gardner, says that Jenkins and her ; ; patient and family.
staff in Bradford Union and Baker '
Counties "have done a wonderful PURPOSE:
job: They are very community- In response to the many requests we have had this program is designed to provide the participant with an overview
oriented.1Presently On Top of the World... and update on the care and support of the terminally ill patient and family.
67 children are enrolledin
Bradford County 44 in Baker and Monica Lockridge Is queen of all she surveys on top of the monkey bars WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

23 in Union. More children are need- on the playground. This seminar is designed for persons seeking to become Involved with the Hospice program.Participants must attend

.". v .<4) ..... .1ttb1I all sessions and will be eligible to become a Hospice Volunteer upon successful completion of the training program.
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'j FEBRUARY 19; 1985 All classes will be held at the First Presbyterian Church,
:' ;. Time: :00.5:00 1 : : p.m. 921 E. Call Street Starke, FL.


.- .---,- : :00.5:00 p.m. To register call AGH Training Department 3724321 Ext.4104
; \. MARCH 5 1985 or Bradford Hospital Judy Moore 964.6000

.w -.1.. ....... Time': 1'00.5'00 p'm. Deadline Registration date Fee for: $40 registration.00 February 15 1985

MARCH 12, 1985
:rwrw.N. Time: :00.5:00 ,m. CANCELLATIONS:
.e" y = p
1e1"r.r A partial refund will be given provided that cancellation is
'\., ; ,- MARCH 19. 1985 received prior to the stated deadline date for registration.Time .
1. '.l..O .d'.a. : :00.5:00 p.m. A processing fee of $5.00 will be charged for all cancellations.
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MARCH 26. 1985 Participants registering past stated registration deadline date
&t 1: 3 Time: 1:00.5:00 p.m. are accepted on space availability. There will be a late fee
will not be refunded for "NO SHOWS" or for registrationpast
the stated registration deadline date.

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Registration Name __.
deadline Is noted In the program description last first middle initial
Regi-Aration deadlines are used to help plan
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Obituaries Starke. Burial was in Flagler Bessie R.Carter of Starke;two sons. Arthur Ilolloway Jacksonville, Mrs. Mary Cribbs of of Starke. died Thursday afternoon
Memorial Park Cemetery In Miami W.L.Carter Jr.and Monroe Carter Arthur Columbus Holloway 86 of Hampton and Mrs. Faye True of Feb. 7. in Bradford Hospital, Inc.
James Hollingsworth.Sr. with Archie Tanner Funeral HomeIn both of Starke; three daughters, Lawtey. died Thursday. Feb. 7 at Lawtey; one sister. Mrs. Onie Mae following a brief illness.
charge arrangements. Mrs. Hazel Badewicz of San Antonio extended Born and raised In Bradford Coun
James Franklin Hoilinfswarth, his home following an itmess. Taylor of Jacksonville and 18 grand
ST..TO,of Abilene,Texas,died Satur ,Texas,Mrs.Gladys Eichmann children. ty the daughter of Arthur former
day. Feb. t. In Humana Hospital, Alfred Thomas. of Sacremento. Calif. and Mrs. Linda Rebecca Denmark Alvarez,
Abilene. Texas, following a long UInew. Alfred Lee Thomas, 85, of Lake Moser of Brooksfield, Wise.; one Born and raised in Georgia. Mr. Card of ThanksWe residents of Bradford County, she
Butler died Friday afternoon at his brother A. Carter of Macclenny; Holloway moved to Pearson Fla. would like to thank each of you was the widow of the late Clyde Cols
Born In Starke,Mr. HoUincswortl) home after an extended illness. and eight grandchildren. and then to Lawtey some eight years for your deeply expressions and all umbia of Starke. She was retired
moved to Texas from Starke IS Born in HUlsborough County Mr. ago. He was retired from the East acts of kindness during the loss of from the Belk-Lindsey DepartmentStore
yean ago.He was a Ucensed funeral Thomas had lived in Gainesville Coast Railroad in Jacksonville as a our loved one Simon Mitchell Sr.A in Gainesville as a salesladyand
director and embalmer, and was a most of his life before moving to Funeral services will be held Fri supervisor and was of the Baptist special thanks to Carl and Elaine was of the Baptist faith.
former! employee of DeWitt C.Jone Lake Butler six years ago. He was day, Feb. 15, at 2 p.m. in the Chapel faith. Haile and staff of Halle Funeral Survivors Include one daughter, .
Funeral Home He was also the retired from the Institute of Food of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Home. "May God forever smile on Mrs. Sandra Brewster of
former owner of a funeral borne In and Agricultural Sciences at the Starke under Elder Harry Brooker Survivors include two sons, John all of you". Gainesville; one sister, Mrs. Edna
Oneida Tenn.,and was a member of University of Florida. He was a officiating. Burial will be in Dyal Holloway of Lawtey and Arthur The Mitchell family Stone of Starke; and one brother,
the Church of O ist. Mr. Holtingawath's World War II Army veteran and a Cemetery under the direction of Ar- Holloway, Jr. of Orlando; four J.W. Alvarez, also of Starke; three
father was the late F.C. member of the First Christian chie Tanner Funeral Home of daughters Mrs. Myrtle Parrott of Mrs. Marvel Columbia grandchildren and one great grand-
HoUingsworth who was hi the dairy Church of Lake Butler. Starke. Pearson, Mrs. Bonnie Ellis. of Mrs. Marvel Mamie Columbia,74, child. _

and real estate business in the Survivors include his wile Marie - - '
Starke area. Mr. HoDingsworth was Powell Thomas of Lake Butler; one - DON'T FUSS CALL US .
also a former Kiwanian. daughter, Mrs. Helen Spann of SAS HEUS:
Survivors include his wife, Mrs, Macon Ga.: one son, Randall '
Alone HoUingsworU of Abilene, Thomas of Lake Butler; one brother. \, fce. Let Your Hairstyle _- 4 Mike'sFit Auto Electric _
Texas; one son James F. BollIngsworth Billy Thomas Palatka six sisters, .
; &
II of Tallahassee; one Mrs. Effie Touchstone of Winter Your Life Style
sister Mrs. Elizabeth McClosky of Haven, Mrs.Dolly Smith of Palatka, I ,6. Radiator Service
Ormond Beach and two grandsons.
Mrs. Estelle Andrews Mrs.
Funeral services were held at 1 Margaret Touchstone, Mrs. Linnie I e. CUSTOM HAIR DESIGNS 473-7557 .
p.m. Wednesday Feb. 13, at Wallace and Mrs. Lucile Whitehead
graveside with Mr. O.D. Giles all of Lake Butler; five grand- I Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights I
Starke of 12- 0
pastor of the Church children and two 0 '
great grand-
Christ, officiating. Burial was in children. j 118 S. Thompson Foreign & Domestic Alternators & Starters :

Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Funeral services were held Suaj j in.Merle Norman Building 964-4151 Saturday 8.12 ,
direction of Jones Funeral Home of Friday
day,Feb. 10,at 2:30p.m.in the First .
Starke. Christian Church of Lake Butler -
with Rev.Robert Wade and Rev.Bill
Mrs. Pauline G. Tanner le
Delaney officiating. Burial was in
Mrs. Pauline Gay Tanner, 48, of Dekle Cemetery In Lake Butler with 3 LAWN and GARDEN CENTER
Starke, died Thursday morning, Archer Funeral Home of Lake LORIDA
Feb.7,following an extended illness. Butler in charge of arrangements. 539 E. Call Street Starke
Born in Bradford County, Mrs. PEST
Tanner..a lifelong resident of the Open 9.5:30 Phone 964.5745
Starke area; was a past president of Willie L. Carter Sr.
both the Jr. Woman's Club and the Willie Lee Carter Sr., 81, of f CHM1CM.CO
Woman's Club of Starke; was a
Starke, died Wednesday morning
member of the First Church t t'
Baptist Feb. 13, in Alachua General I t'I
and had been in the
of Starke active Hospital Gainesville followed an + .
Bradford Players Theatre Group. extended illness. POULAN
Survivors Include her husband,, Born and raised in Conway, S.C., Model
Ernest Eugene Tanner; one Mr. Carter moved to Starke some 60 CHAIN SAW SALE #2000 VEGETABLE
daughter Miss Paula Elaine Tanner
he has since resid-
; one son, Ernest Eugene Tanner ed.years He ago owned and operated his farm 14" Bar & Chain PLANTSFavorite
II; one sister, Mrs. Geraldine until ill health forced his retirement.He .
Gay Lewis; one grandson, all of was a member of the Union Varieties Are
Starke and several nieces and Primitive Baptist Church of Starke. Here Now! fl c
nephews. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. 7
of 6 Sf
Funeral services were held at 2 Tray plants
p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, at graveside
with Rev. Eddie Blalock officiating. '
Burial was in Crosby Lake NOTICEThe Popular size & weight with
Cemetery under the direction of
Professional Features.
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. descriptive copy for SEED POTATOES
Diamond Pierced Earringson '199"
Mrs. Dorothy M. Mayers the front page of this 2.0 cu. in engine Reg. sv Red Pontiac's or White Kinebec
Mrs. Dorothy Margaret Mayers, week's sale circular did not Solid ilote I ignition i '
89, of Starke, died Thursday evening flQO 501bS'749AutomatIC
specify"Not available in all chain, oiling 149" I
Jan. 31, at Alachua General markets."We regret this .wt. about 7lbs.. Ib. ELIMINATING THE
extended illness.
following an CRACKLE
and Inconven-
Born and raised in Sterling,Conn., oversight any
when could
Mrs.Mayers moved to Starke In I960 ience it may have caused. 34.99 Carrying Case Remember you :
scuff feet on and
1750with VAPAMSOIL your carpet
where she baa since raided. She
Saw . .
was of the Catholic faith. purchase only then touch someone give
Survivors Include two daughters, PRO MODEL 4000 FUMIGANT them a shocking surprise? Well,
Mrs. Alice Shirley Locker of Starke POULAN NiYleld KiDs most weeds, nematodes & this practical joke is on its way
and Eva Emanson, also of Stake; TG'DlY 13" BOW SAW v 2.4 wks out. There are at least six major
soil borne disease.
and 12 grandchildren. u static control products being
Funeral services were held at 8:30 3.9 cu. in. engine countervibe system glee'up before planting. manufactured, and the trend for
p.m.Thursday night at the Chapel at Family Cenfers_. solid state ignition auto & manual oiling Qt.treats 100 sq.ft. carpet in the future is definitely
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
not shocking.The .
wt. less than 14 Ibs.
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r- ; 870 W.McAAohon Sweet Reg. 559" Sale Q Q Q 9 9 259 Gallon 799Quart so method the static of grounding buildup that the carpet occur,

j } lNe'e to Fuao: Hut) I ..... ..;. = "" red;.when' someone scuffed his ,
'i ra ;
It., i 11 96'4-1434 "- "
L STILL PLENTY OF COLD COMING! r feet, (deliberately or not),. .is : .u \
I f ...-.FrI1D-1lit S-1 l C LIRA SAVE, eliminated.Visit .
and there's still time to I Ii I our showrooms today.The
SPORTING GOODS & APPARELS 1 i This Coupon Good Feb. 13 thru Feb. 19, 19as I only shock you might find is our
save on a Toyostove 00 Any Packaged Bare surprisingly low prices. Come see
and Trophies Now Available 1 Off
Portable Kerosene J Root Shrub In Stock I us.
l and Gift Ideas
Promotional 1
heater. Our entire Teal Tile
I II stock now at reduced r 200 Off Root Tree In Stock Additional 5% Off with this ad .
I price. Save Now! Discount from teg. price on present stock 131 N. Cherry St.

t Be ahead of the game enter Softball Uniforms Early l We Carry Accessories & Replacement Parts L.-,. -,-'._,- -' .: -I 964-7423

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.11!r (. 92SB N. TEMPlE 964-8532 .. ,:: Beer Wine Mixers
\t m J Next to Pizza Hut in Starke ; ,

COME IN AND SEE QUR, WEEKLY It's Wise to Shop at a Homeownedand

SPECIALS! Homeoperated Price Wise store.

We Now Have In Stock A Urge Selection of Needles Check Our Many In-Store Specials i

K rm I TIM NtrtknvOwner 964-8532 DM.
064-1960 Horn p AD GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 20,1985

,Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm .

Take 100 South towards Keystone, take right t on ii

24th Street (Forsyth, Road), follow signs Ancient Old Carta __ Lord
I CrowBourbon Flelschmanns', Plata Calvert I

NOW OPEN Bourbon Age I Vodka Rum Canadian Canadian

Tuesday Saturday 10 am 6 pm 1.75 LTR LIB RWOOO LTR

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ThompsonBlend Gin
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Top Quality All Grain.Feeds Mon.-sat. Jessies Lounge Oasis Lounge 301 Liquors Model, A Lounge, "

No Fillers or Urea Added 8:3o-8oo 801 N. Temple Ave.U.S. 3 Miles North of 1 Mile North of Highway 21 North I.

Waldo U.S. 301 Starke U.S. .301 Keystone Heights
Ground Dally for Freshness 301 North on on ,
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301 South 9646071"The

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** New Hours: Open 8:30 am 7 pm Mon. thru Sat.
3SE Compare Our Prices & Save!11

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I 1 1I Seaboard Coastline Derailment Near Raiford oxo

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i 43 Railroad Cars DerailedFortythree TO I WARN YOl/R HEA T"

Seaboard Coastline just a few miles with cars which hadbeen track,but since the track was not in QUARTER CENTER CUT
Railroad cars derailed in Union stored. service,there was no need for great ( FRESH GROUND
County Saturday, Feb. 9.The cause Davis explained that in Raiford, urgency in clean-up operations.M. PORK PORKCHOPS
of the massive pile-up has not yet where two tracks run parallel, a C. Coley, Master Mechanic, |
been determine "cut"was to be made, certain cars was at the accident site Monday,In- CHUCK
The 234 car train was travelling were to be taken out of the long line vestigating the cause of the derail- j LOINS
south on a track which runs parallelto and taken on to Waycross and Tam- ment. He stated that Seaboard 3 LBS OR MORE
SR-121. It derailed approximately pa. The remaining cars would then 'astline had decided to accept bids |
3 miles north of Raiford near the be pulled back to the storage track. >m scrap metal dealers and that
area which is known locally as A Department of TransportationRail company awarded the contract j i iild $1 .49 $1.49 $1.79
"Ellerby Curve." Inspector stated, "there was remove the wreckage. '
Jim Davis, Assistant Superintendent nothing of a hazardous nature con- x>ly indicated that some of the j lb. lb. lb.
from Seaboard Coastline's tained in the cars.All 43 were empty overturned cars would have to be 1
Jacksonville office stated that the at the time of derailment." He removed and wheels and other j BOTTON ROUND CHICKENROAST
track was out of service and used for pointed out that if the accident had mechanical parts located and examined I 1
the storage of railroad cars. The occured on a main line, work would "to find out if anything fail-
Raiford-bound train had travelled begin immediately to clear the ed." |1 BREAST
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3 Juveniles Sentenced for Vandalism : $1.89Ib.FREE $1.19Ib.

Three juveniles have been (juvenile alternative services pro- the school. The money for repairs ;
sentenced for the vandalism of RJEon gram), are required to complete 30 has to come out of the food program 1 SAMPLES
Christmas Day. hours community service work, which feeds lunch to 30 children in BONELESS HICKORY HOUSEBACON
each pay one-third of the cost of the Day Care Center and 60 children
The juveniles caught after they repairs and complete a 300 word in Head Start. BOTTOM ROUNDSTEAKS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
had thrown rocks into the windowsof essay on the background and historyof "We hope the punishment these
the kitchen area where the Com- the RJE school and its importanceto juveniles received will be a deterentto AFTERNOON...
munity Day Care Center and Head the community.The juveniles will others," said Parmenter. "We Taste Before You Buy!!
Start are housed, according to Sgt. not be prosecuted if the sanctionsare operate on a limited budget and it is 0
W. Wilkinson. Eight or ten windows met. not fair to the children in the pro- j 9 9
were broken. According to Debra Parmenter, grams to be penalized for the wrong $1 99 lb.
The juveniles, under JASP vandalism is a constant problem for doings of others." j D Ib.


Seaboard Coastline Denied New TrialA I II CUBESTEAKS 6 OZ PACKAGE

I motion by Seaboard Systems to the First District Court of Appeals dent!_at the NE 8th Avenue crossing. REG OR BEEF HAM
Railroad for a new trial in a civil .
The jury found Seaboard 80 percent
case was denied Monday by Circuit Attorney Rod Bowdoin of Lake Ci- negligent and Addison 20 percent
Judge John J Crews. ty, who represented Addison, said, negligent. $2.29Ib. $ '
On Nov. 30, a Union County million jury "I'm confident the judge's ruling There are no crossarms or $1.49'6"P'1 1. 9Pk
awarded Curtis Addison$3.2
will stand the
he received when his through appeals pro- flashing light at the crossing. The
for injuries cess." speed limit there is 25 mph and at-
truck collided with a Seaboard trainon Addison, 26, suffered permanentleg torneys claimed Addison's truck
July 28,1983, in Lake Butler.The result of the acci
damage as a was exceeding the posted limit.
award was $1.2 million more than
Addison's attorney requested. I SPECIALS @l )lUJcem

Jacksonville Attorney William, representing Swain of J YOU'LLLOVE ,'.
Seaboard,said after the ruling MondajUbat Lake Region Irrigation v I ZgIf'f,, I
\ : fhe,case would be, 'pffealtjjTNOTICE j | T, '!1'f fflr; 7 JO:) ...,,";111iT-- i 'AT'LOW PRICES! 'Q .v

Installation and ServiceNO

On page 6 of this week's DITCHING
TG&Family Center circular
the Quartz Analog Watch "We Won't Tear Up Your Yard"
copy Is Incorrect. It should
have stated Men's or 89 49 $1.19BunCh
Ladles'Quartz Analog For Free Estimates Call 473-7757 Bunch 2 Ib. Bag
Watches. However,the I
corresponding price and
photo are correct.We I SNOW WHITEMushrooms
regret this error and any IDAHO YELLOW
Inconvenience this may WINTER THAW SPECIAL!!
have caused u 1301 to** iut BAKERS ONIONS
((12 oz. Size) 3 Lb. Bag99c

Family Centers 1/2 Off Reg. Service Call 49 $1.19Ib.

Price Only 12.50

Includes tightening all connections in your panel box

and checking your power load. EXTRA LARGE OTHER THINGS
Starke 964-5451


Michi ANN REINKING 6Maude I Pioneer Elect. Co. $ 1 8 9 ea. LITTLE DEBBIESnack

I 782-3065 Cakes. 89

Fri. 7:05, 9:20:

Sat. Sun.Weeknights 5:00: 7:15 7:45, 9:20: LOW BACK PAIN o QIJ\rOOD SPECIALISTS

.....SCREEN 2 ,

ChiropracticCenter Haddock $2.49 $1.19''
. ,lb. . . .

Friday 7:00 9:15 Same Day Emergency Appt.

Sat. Sun. 5:00,7:10,9:20: Complete FamilyChiropractic HOCK MONK FILETS
Weeknights 7:30 Care

301 DRIVE-IN Workers Compensation and Shrlmprb.,2.29 Fish . . .. .Ib., 3.29|
Starke 964-7484 auto injuries accepted.

Fri.. SatIn. TREATMENT- OF-: Headdches, Low Back Pain, .
Neck & Arm Pain, Numbness & f NATURAL .

_Tingling CALL TODAY .
Honey Dipped"A

473-7213 Pineapple!r I MAPLE NUT

M Rras.nw Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights Rings ...:.;::h;, .. .. $ 1.99Granola .. ... .lb, .1.99
Mon.-Fri. 8:304:00
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bike, children and boy clothes n. 10 makes cleaned: ou.a 'ond adjusted should be submitted .ter.
clothes, toys, etc. Boy St. behind Lll COMPANY looking for SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. $15. Used sewing machines for sale to the Bradford : / cjrttiilkarr
Chomp on 301 In town. Itchg 2/14 satellite antenna dealer No experience 301 N. Star '. Come see Ray Coin James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. County Telegraph' office '"
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Furniture, necessary. Complete unit formerly of Lake Chevy-Olds, or Troy and Hwy. 16 Starke. 964.8733.1/03 tfn In writing and r
children clothes, boat misc. 301 prices $630 and up. Retail 1295. Smith for the bargain We buy and CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free paid In advance 1 REALT
South behind tire store Sot & Sun., 9 Phones open 24 hours. ((303)) 970-7800. move used homes, 964-4414 or. estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. unless credit Is
a.m. til...Itchg 2/14 2/07 2tpd 2/14 964-4778. 4/26 tfn' Owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559.329 already establishedwith I
FEB. 14-16 Children cloth.*, *i. 9; steel OWN YOUR OWN Jeon-Sportiwear, MOBILE HOME' FOR SALE Keystone tfn this office. E
toe shoes In very good condition mist ladles apparel combination, accessories Heights. 2 BR across from Lake MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King sire THE TELEGRAPH wi PHONE 964-7776
Item Behind Powell's Dairy Freeze. western large size store. Geneva. $89.00 p.r month $100 down. Also have quilts for sale. Assorted STAFF CANNOT BEHELD CLIAERWELL
1MB Clark St. 1tpd2/14 National brands: Jordache, Chic Lee, Must remain on lot for five years. sizes and design Betty Hlldebrand RESPONSIBLEFOR GAR 205 N. Temple Starker ..
SATURDAY ft SUNDAY .3 mile off 100 on L.vl.) Vand.rbllt.lzod. Esprit, Brittanla 473.7560.8111.9/27 tfn 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg MISTAKES IN *>*****+*****+*******.........
21B. Feb. 16 A 17. Couch bed whatnot Colvin Klein Sergio Valente, Evan KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit WANT TO DRINK CLASSIFIEDS WHEN SPECIAL

*.After 9 a.m. Itpd 2/14 Picone, Claiborne, Members Only, $150 mo., furnished. .Purchase option. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS AD IS TAKEN OVER *484 ACRES-BEAUTIFUL ROLLING
Organically Grown Healthtex, 900 Bill 4737560.KEYSTONE WANT TO STOP THE TELEPHONE.
others. $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory, HEIGHTS'2 bedroom unit THAT'S OURS Classified deadline Is COUNTRY. ONLY $444,0001 NEAR
HOMES FOR SALE training fixtures, grand opening, etc. $50 down. Payments of $59 or $99 Alcoholic Anonymous96441509646B94964S434 TUESDAY, NOON COLUMBIA COUNTY LINE. BORDERS

can open 15 days Call Mr. Loughlin month. In park call 4737560. 12/27 prior to Thursday OLUSTEE CREEK. ONCE IN A LIFETIME .

60*S.WATER STREET By owner. 2 BR,CB ((612)) 888-4228. Itpd 2/14 3/7 lltpd SKYLINE pd thru 1/16 publication. OPPORTUNITY! _
LOCAL ROUTEi Distribute name brand WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THE Minimum charge IsIS
home. 1-468-1323. 11/08 tfn ..eielReeeeeReRfRiiB6'.+*...
MODEL HOME SALE Keystone Heights load products and/or natural fruit HOME CENTER, INC. riOLIDAYST Flat rate $20 $35 Have words for $2.75
area features lake access, 1 acre lot l lulces. Restock product and collect C ALL NEW..'. references, will travel. Faye 4962980. then 10 cents for each BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT 1.6 ACRES Country Club.
Can make $450 week or word thereafter. Owner anxious to sell. ;
fireplace, cathedral ceilings, Insulated money only. DRASTICALLY REDUCED I 12/06 rfnPLANNING
windows, R-19 wall and R-22 telling insulation more. No special vehicle needed. Requires 964-4414 or'....... A PARTY OR WEDDING .$2S,000 3 BR home on 2 acres In country.

range, refrigerator heat approx. 8 hours per week and 2303 N.Temple Ave Starke Simple catering. For simple people CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION I DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL Bldg. opprox. 1600
pump. AC system, upgrade carpet and $15,000 for equipment Up to 66X tax (Across from Hwy. Patrol) with extremely' low prices by a certified ON sq. ft. on corner. 33000. Own. fin.
write-off first year. You must qualify to .' food service person. Call Debbie, BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS Own. fin. Addl.
vinyl. Only $405 per mo. Include 1 .4 Liberty, 1.1C70I: BR. 2 BA. $12,900. FCAN (Florida
acre lot with all above feature and handle money for others. Writ. Mr. .'.4 Liberty, 14x70 BR,1 BA, $14.500. 964-4046, after 3 p.m. 2/07 2tpd 2/14 Classified Ad Network tlonol acreage avail.
more. Must see to believe. Call Ernie Mason Box 360247, B'ham Ala. 35236 .'.4 Skyline, 14x64,2 .It, 2 BA, 13900. LADIES, LOOK YOUR BEST! learn professional ). For $125 VERY BEST LOCATION: 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick. House '
Summerlln for details. 18002225253. Include number name call,toll-free.address 1-800-521-4849 phone .'14 Skyline, 2...., 2 .It, 2 BA 19900. glamour techniques and skincore ((25-words), your ad Beautiful! CH&A stove, refrlg.. ceiling fans, 1 \/ ac.
or In the privacy of home
own landsc.
1/10lfn 2/14 your will go Into 56 Floridanewspapers gr. Reduced-$53,0001.
ON LARGE FENCED CITY LOTS between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. CST. Itchg FREE. By appointment only Diane, NICE CROSBY LAKE
4 BR HOME (dalliesand LOT 100x385'. Exc. loc.
12x60 2 BR, 2 BA With expondo living
2/14 2/21
Newly carpeted and painted needs 2tpd room central heat/air on 1'/ acre lot 964.4696.2/07 4tchg 2/28 weeklies) for a IMMACULATE, 3 BR Fenced yard on paved road
owner and TLC. 31000. Will finance WORK: Porches, repairs circulation of w/mony amenities.
In KH area. $7500' will sell MH for' remodeling work decks, mobile home
with $10.000 down. Call 372-7734, Bobor BOATS 1,000,000 readers '222' FRONTAGE 301) One mile S. of Starke, next to
$4,900. Call 473-4512 473-3160. 2/14
repairs. Call 964.6232.2/14 2/21
Jessie. 1/17 tfn 2tchg Make that
money Moieley Tire Co. Exc. terms Priced to sell.
MASONRY' HOME AT STARKE CITY 2tchg 221197412x52 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Lots of TLC. work for ....ou..S.1Ithe .
10 AC.
LIMITS! One acre; 2 bedrooms; 2 baths; 1913 16 FT. GHEENOE 9.9 hp Johnson MH 2 BR. 1 BA. Call 964.5662 Daytime only. Call Kathy 4682142. FCAN way. Call 35000. W/DOUBLFWIDE Near Hampton. Only
outboard motor trailer trolling motor after 5 2/14 2/21 2/07 214ROTOTILLINGi
living room; dining room; kitchen; utility p.m. 2tpd 964-6305 ask for
room; family room with Franklin gas tank and bearing buddies $1600. ************************** Gardens seed beds, etc. Sylvia, Today 70S W. CALL STt Convenient. 2 BR w/sep. garage I
fireplace; Florida room; central heat; Call 9648723.Itpd 2/14 J: NO CASH NEEDED I J George Hoyt, P.O. Box 116, Brooker DON'T DEtAY-CALL 6.97 SECLUDED ACRES 7 milas from Stark. '
I : FL 32622. Phone 485-1861 after 4.30 $14,,000 w/$6500 assum. mtg.
carpeted and 3-cor shed. Sacrifice. 85 14x70 3 BR/2 BA 4 : TODAY ISubscribe I
$42,000. ((904)) 2298427. No Collect. LAND FOR SALE *: No Down Pmt. ft Low Interest J p.m. 2/07 4tpd 228C LOVELY BRICK VILLA Convenient, to everything. 2..|
1/24 4tpd 2/14 *It Rate to Qualified Buyer. ft C MINI STORAGE: Hwy 301 South I IIn BR, 1 / BA Large living & dining of ea. Spacious kitchen
CAPE COD ON 5 WOODED ACRES By {Furnished stereo paddle fan plush J Starke 964.6020. '/ -mile S. of Shopping with stove 8 refrig. $37,900.
ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road.. Center 2/14 '301 MOTELs 16 furnished .
owner. 3 BR, 2 BA. Largo laund. room Delivered ft St- Up rooms plus spacious living
central heat/air carport ft large 3000. $300 down, $75 per mo. Call J ;J: PERSONAL TOUCH: Need your home or Starke: quarters 376' on Hwy 301. Own. fin.
screened'porch. Gilchrist Co. 57500. 9645606. 10/4 tfn $235.85 Mo. office cleaned? Will do It for you while Call Montez 'COUNTRY CLUB10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to
3724072. 1/31 4tchg 2/21 LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 percent down Itt Call Brad, 473.7237 : you do more Important things. 964-6305 Country Club. Residence or development.
J HAMPTON LAKE Beautiful brick home. balance In five years financing by ************************* KevstoneHats.. Melrose. Starkearea- -*-.' 204 W. ADKINS: Nice older home.

3 BR, 3 BA. Fireplace, dock boathouse owners, 9646853. 12/131fn. ..73.3867. let ring... 2/14 4tchg 3/07 ': PRIVACY, COMFORT ft CONVENIENCE Avail. In
) shaded lot. 964.4465.2/14 2tpd ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. WANTEDAXLES MATURE RELIABLE CHRISTIAN MOTHER this
3 BR, 2 BA home complete w/fireplace. 2-car
3500. $350 dn., $70 Call would like to FOR LEASE 1 .
per mo. babysit in my home. Anyage.
SIX ACRES ft HOUSE Off BaylessHighway garage. Extra large city lot.
9645606. 1/03 tin ] / block from Starke Elem. ,? '4800.Sq. Ft.
for sale. Contact 964.7..3olt.r ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY ft TIRES Two axles and four tires. 964.8407. Itchg 2/14 Bldg. On Prim. FOR LEASE LUXURIOUS BRICK HOMES 3 BR 3 BA.

2 p.m. Itpd 21424x56 ROAD $3.500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Highest price paid. Green's Welding WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Day or 301 Hwy Frontage Enormous great room with fireplace.
3 SR. 2 BA SKYLINE MOBILE HOMEl Call 961.5606.1/03 tfn Shop. 301 South Stark., Fl. 9645007. night, Mon.-Frl. Good references Call.646020Shop 1320 SEARING STREET 3 BR, I'/i BA Appro. 1700

lap siding shingle roof central 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) 11/03 tfnchg Orangewood Apts., No. 103. Itpd214WILL sq. ft. Owner will lease.
heat/air on 3/4 acre lot In KH area. THREE ANTIQUE CLOCKS: For own SWIMMING POOLS 4 BR. 2 BA. 62500.
3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call my BABYSIT IN MY HOMEi Any age.
Have central water $28,500 or best of 964.5606.1103 tfn use. No dealers, please. Call Conveniently located. Nice house, 'NOBODY DOES IT BETTER: We are proud to offer .
fer. 4733160. Itpd 214LARGE 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROADs $1,995 1-497-3204 or 497-2905.1/24 Btchg 3/07 fenced backyard Betty Southerland & Compare!! luxurious home across from Storke CC.
Totally per ac. $1,500 dn., $250 per mo. Call YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES BEGINNER 782.3971.22tchg 221S Special Insurance for THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SIEZES THE MOMENTS
remodeled small lot. Ownerfinanced
on 961.5606.1/03 tinCOMMERCIAL TENNIS PARTNER (Female pr.ferr.dGam. )., ft H PAINTING ft REMODELING 10 "Pinesong"-37 bldg. lots w/paved roads Ap-
at 12% Will consider tradeon yr.experience. :Mobile Home Harks"All
.. to be played In Starke or
600' from limits. .
Compare our price for prox city Except terms.SECLUDED
bare' land. Down payment Call 496-2222. Ext. 227. Asks l of liome- .
Keystone. >pes
quality Coll for
a free estimatetoday CHARMING: Unique hldeway only 6
9646020. 2/14
negotiable. Itchg FOR SAVE OR RENT In Longchamp for Jon. 2/07 4tchg 2/28 ) Phone 964-8809. Itpd 2/14 ) tiers policies for yrs old. 2-story, 5 BR, 3'BA.. CH8A. Sep. office- In
RENT/LEASE .S HP BRIGGS MOTORS OR PARTS Runn GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Door, windows, mobile homes city. On 7 Ac. Reduced. $89,900.HAMPTON .
Hom.aub.: by owner Terms. Call '_. \ :' adohblizantdf.'PhMo '
t 964.894g. 2/14 2tchg 2/l\ .. H H.* b.j .'iflu-1 .4 .. ', 782: *O"cInyfWIf.tn';.',]''tc. JACKSON. ; BUYING! SUPPLY .* Call for Quote i itOlin's .,! ; ,,LAKE Redwood A brick 3 BR, 2 BA.
904-6078. Orders token
r0ttittittttittetttt... COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENT US 2/07 2tchg 2/14 *-"': '. I. I 1M L also .In Lake . : THIS WON'T LAST I It 301 South near Steak House. Completion YOUNG MALE RETIREE Would like part' Butler Heights,, 473.4973.2/26 496-3079. and tfn Keystone Mobile'Home 12% PXSSSlBflfi 16 Ac!. C\\ 3f. wVppro'x4::' '

New 60x14 BR/2 BA : date expected Feb 1935. Call time position as motel clerk or what' Sales 700'on Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2 deep wells, 3 septic tanks, 2
:* Assumable Low Inter**! It 964-8944 days. 12/20 tfn have-you. 964.7907.1tchg 2/14 I MH, Butler Bldg. Stocked pond 8 creek.
: Loan W/No Down Pmt. w COMMERCIAL OR PROFESSIONAL OFFICE Elaine M. Olin, Agent FOR LEASE Furnished 3 BR, 1 BA home In country
FOR RENT US 301 South. Call with Pecan trees.
It To Qualified Buyer It LOSTFOUNDREWARD ..Firewood.Split .. 964.5606
Furnished, stereo G.T. Paddle fan : 9648076. 1/10 tfn ROOM TO ROAM2565 sq. ft. home on 3'/t Ac. with
24x60 BUILDING PLUS TWO ACRES 300 .. OakDelivered- 3 BR. 3 BA. 105000.
plush. : ft. on Hwy. 301. 6 MI. S. of Starke. ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE?
Delivered ft OFFERED for return of almost Steve A farm house w/approx.
: Could be used for many purposes. new Wilson A-2220 baseball glove BroadwayTREE 49 Ac on Hwy, 229. $99,000 with assum. mtg.
I $216.31 Mo. It ((813)) 689.8011.2/07 4tpd 2/28 taken by mistake during Old Timers S Call Jeff 473-3468 SERVICE .. . .
Call Brad, 473.7237 "ttfefeelAA BHS baseball game Sat. Feb. 9. Returnto PUT US TO WORK IVININOS
............. MISCELLANEOUSDON'T Coach Hartley or call 964-8820. Itpd Removal LAVISH OUTLAW''4 547S SILL DODO tMMOtmVINO
Own-MH & lot in Waldo. GIVE YOUR VALUABLE ITEMS PLAZA Tan ladles wallet with the Initial Health Insurance Career. Top SalesPerson Slump Removal DAVID' DODGE.. 7
Lg. otil., low dn. $19,500. AWAY Bring them in and let us sell "P" on the front. If found please In Florida Earned $100,000 In Firewood
f 388-2.89 Ac. them. We will pay cash for Items In Reward. Itpd 2/14
wooded call at 4681327.
near good condition. Call 964-5440 ask for me 1984. Call Mickey Boutwell tel. no. Free Estimate
town. Low down 12000. Terrle. 12/27 tfn Want Ads Get Results 904-351-5022 .between 9 a.m. & 5 473.4732
1385-15 Ac.: 4BR 2 BA p.m.: Monday thru Friday.Plumbing EconoCutLawn
brick, none barn equipped = I I After 5 P.M;
plus hay barn pool. Services

Keystone area Priced lack Keystone Heights 782.3408 Lawtey
& As
139000. Cftourtnag >Bactatlriie Juc. v r ann.1CARLSON Licensed & Insured Speci lizingln:

i Realtor/Builder 473-7060 Mowing
F Home Satellite SYlt.m..lnc. Flower Beds :
Hwy 100W Keyln"e Heights VACUUMSALE General LawnMaintenance
'Large variety of. Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford i '904473.2666\ I

Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds paved 1 !Freedom Choic. Exc. Local References I
roads Our community water systems Owner financing"from NEW & USED ;,

$3950 Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville, Palatka and We Finance Our 4)v.nKIKBYS ;1

Starke. SuppliesFrom Chimney Fires

838 Stork.N.Temple. Fl 32091 Ave. Several Lots Approved for Farm Home : KOYALSEUHKKAS Are Among the Top 10

STROUT'REALTY Keystone Golf Course Area: Home-Fire Hazard

'3 BR/2 BA New Home. Split Bedroom plan w/garage & sun HOUVEKS A Dirty Chimney.

deck. Many extras. $59,900. Durrance KLECTKOLUX Also Causes
iNconronATioBROKE : : Heat Loss
'2 BR/2 BA with carport, 45500. 8Supply SEARS .Smoke-FIII.d Rooms

964.8931 473-3096 '3 BR/2 BA with garage & swimming pool. 58500. ; .. COMMERCIAL

'1 Acre with 178 Ft. on US 301. 8950. : 1 Co. _.. .. \\e repair all makes Protect your home

Janet M. '1.89 Acres with 175 ft. Lake Hampton Oak Dr. $7,750. : And FamilyAI

e'/3-Acre Hampton Oaks Circle. $3,750. U.S. 301 N.-64 N. : Young's With A
Temple64.706 j" Safe Chimney
StarlingRealtor We also have waterfront property. Starke. 1 Since 1957

Call: 964.8278

,. 964.6918 Blankenshlp Chimney Sweep
VERY I We Drill Wells 3 Miles north of I
NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA.

.2 Ac. Hwy. 125. $49,000. RobertsReal Estate Subscribe/ I! .I 2", "to. 6".. State- .Licensed Slarfce on US 3Q1
IN LAWTEY: One blk. ,f ,

from ichool. 3 BR. 1 BA f 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL
home Shaded lot. CarpetCleaning (Any
9604.6262f FLOR1LAND Scotchgard:
.4 87 ACRES: Well sep f PINE FORESTApARTMENTS Room $1495 Is

tic tank, 17x33 Tolman COMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 REALTY:* & Hall) Available

fenced.pool $24,000.fenced/cross- acres and a CB residence. Located on US 964-7700 (Deep Soil Extraction Is Also Available) ,

... 301. Owners will leave all inventory, a 393 N..Temple Ave
.28 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. Whole House 5995
12500. ,. wrecker, and some equipment for the I. Vernle P. OdomBrokerGRI TA! Special (Llv.. Din., Hall 3'Br..). ,

'NEWLY buyer. Call for details. 59"
AVAILABLE; I Carpet Dyed ((9 X 12)) . . . . . .
I1/.2'/i Ac, tracts. .. 'FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of

Owner.2'/i-10 terms.Ac!\. $2,000. pecan trees, improved pastures fenced & j! .Country.3 BR home. fdr.r.nfin| 1.2 & 3 Bedroom: Apts. Furniture Cleaned (sofa & chair) . . 4495
ac cross-fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace. I 'Trailers for rent From '150',fo;'297" "Not Delighted, Don't Pay" J

.5 Ac.Pv'd, frntg. Excellent working farm. Building T.QOO.q.) ft. I { ..'
$12.500. 'WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath homeOn Adapt to youi)urdpe.t.| : r ,,rd_ /1"' Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas j
I '
.20 Ac.: Cov'd In pine Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall & dock; Building with .lots of

.SO AC.: 50000. House is In very good condition. Good access .. will 3dlff.loIIni hold sJore s'rOwner ; 12 &::3 Bedrooms Available l Mow Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

.1.. Ac.: $1,750 per ac. ,rnortgage _, Licensed & Insured) (Residential & Commercial
'3 BR, 1 BA: Country, i to the lake. Priced to sell. to qualified buy; j I

$23.500. WILSON ROAD 3 bedroom, 2 bath. CB 'LAND WITH TERM\ q( r"r.,.;.". PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
/4-SAe M I
LIQUOR STORE house on 1 acre. Central heat & air, fro
AND LOUNGE chain link fenced yard. Owners anxious. 181 Ac.J J6obd4wntindwoods We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean- ,;
SESVICE STATION Gash! Wq A ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.
CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE Ac. Worv"thington 1530 w. Madison
$40.000 :",.,. 198 Fjonfj t 1 Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
"* Phon .984-6312
((904)782-3931) V George W. Roberts, Jr Broker 1 14 Ac..Front*Co.Ud.il!, EQUIL MOHSIMOPMiTUIITT Call -.964-4997 Call I

I P.O.301 iowtey Drawer M Terry A. Gaines, CSM Salesman ft Co. Ro.. U,16otlfte 238LWottlrigtonSprUias ..)... _,. Office Hour:9-5 ,_!H_!No! Answer- Call ((904)) 733.1308 Satisfaction 'Guaranteed

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I Keystone Heights AdsFOR February 14. 1985 P..B. ,



; Rental Properly Available On Immokolee Rood. In excellent con, condition 2 helmet Included $800. kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Chuck Satterwhlte, State'Farm Insurance miffed to the lake Region Monitor of-
dltlon. Private I Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after flee In writing and paid In advance
I,1.2 B.1- Lake Santa Fe. Unfurnlihed. drive. $200 per mo. 473.2452.2tchg 2/4-2/21 Lawrence Blvd., Keystone
5:30 1/3 unless credit I II already ettobllihedwith
p.m. tfnchg
i No pet. $400 per month. 473.2564,1/31 2tchg 2/14 Heights .73-7272.7/19 tfn
FOR SALELAKE' CARPET AND VINYL. Repair and In- this office.MONITOR .
J BR, 2 Gator bone lake.Completely LAND NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call Chuck
stnlbtlons. Free STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
ViirnUhed. estimate. Ten year
$400 p.r month and $400 YARD SALE Sotlerwhlte, State Farm Insurance. IN
experience. Call 473-4317 and ask for RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES
? i.500.
*e urlty d.po.lt.OffiC.I LOT HlllaW lake. $ :
Craig. 3/17 tfnchg Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Height, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
SPACE At K.y.tone Center. Owner will finance. $164 per ",-..th. .
GARAGE SALE FEB. Us 95. 4737272.719 Hn
Family mov HANDYMAN All kind of home repair, THE TELEPHONE.
$300 month and
d.po.lt.S per. $200: security ing. Toys, chlldrens clothes, large and 2 4734367.ACRES Off tfnchg.of Gasllne 12/6 Rd. Keystone mobllehome repairs and fix-up needs. PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete CloMifled deadline I Is Tuetday noon

Bt, 1 BA unfurnished' house. No tall size mens and women clothes, Height Nice area., $9,000. 473-2210 No lob too small Minor plumbing- lawn care and maintenance. prior to Thursday publication.
refrigerator. $273 per month. furniture. State Rd. 21 north from light day or 473-1851 evening.. tfn repairs. Cleaning service light haul- Commercial or residential. Freeestimates. Minimum charge I I. 19 word for$3.79.

1 BR. FURNISHED efficiency cottages. In Keystone to County Rood 325 follow % ACRE Corner fenced lot. septic tank Ing. Call Jim 473-3671. day or evening.. 473-2197 evening. 8/02 tfn then 10.cent.. for each word thereafter.
By week or month signs. Call 473-2333. Itchg 2/14 and light pole. Halfmoon lake. 4000. 5/17 tfnchg. CLOTHES NEFD THAT PERSONAL ATTENTION
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, Coll 17831132. Itchg 2/14 paM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing Call 473-7864 for Ironing services *
Realtor 473-491 FOR SALE raking, light hauling tilling. Call that can't be beat. Satisfaction
6/21 tfnchg MOBILE HOMES 473-7607 or 473-2409; 1/3 tfnchg guaranteed every time. 1/10 tfn GRANNY: 2

2 BR HOUSE On Lake Johnson. KH and Water softeners Specializing: antiques I Hand rubbed toddler to 3 of receive \ and Happy ValentIne' 5
area. pipes fitting. up years age
I ACRE 4 Inch well septic 3 BR. 2 BA, oil finishes. Call Jackie 473-2321. '
Day.. We love
No you a lot. You ;
pets. Freshly painted Inside. Furnished Bryan Ace Hardware Keystone Hgts.. cell- excellent care. Weekday, 8-6.1 Call .
double-wide. Cathedral ceilings, tfnchg 1/24 '
[ are really the "perfect
or unfurnished. Enclosed front 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg 473.786110 tin
fans, fireplace 10x20 screened BOAT REPAIRS fiberglassrepair __ *
Ing Any type
473-3000.: [ grandmother
porch. Itpd 2/14 CEILING FAN Hunter, Brown with wood .
old. Tree Lakes Sequoia work. Ed
FURNISHED 2 SR. 2 BA MH. (lakefront blades, 2' speed excellent condition porch 1 / yrs. Big 6 years experience MISCELLANEOUSPAC < j
Rd. Keystone Heights. $35,000. 1-462-4383 after 4 p.m. and weekend E MOTHERGRANDDAD
acreage. H/A, new furniture, $70. 473.3788ltpd 2/14 -.,
473.7925.4tpd 4tchg 1/34-3/14
new appliances, remod.l.d. Coupl. HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm section DEPENDABLE MAN with 2 ton truck RAT Buy Sell and trade. Used fur. tDY:
only. No pets. $300 per month, $150 plus music$995. Call We Wheeler's love *
organ will do any type hauling, chain law niture, appliances, household Items, you
deposit. Call Jox collect Frl.-Sun. 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 work,dally trip to county dump Free collectables, glassware, old (ewerly, I I I very much. We may not see '
725-8945. 3tpd 3X14-2/28 weekends for appointment to .... tfn estimates, 1-481-4363. tfnchg 3/14 tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 > you very often, but you are,2
OFFICE OR RETAIL SPACE For rent. SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26, 2'/i miles LOST Female German Shepherd puppy. FOR ALL YOUR ALTERATION NEEDS UNICORN BOOKS AND EXCHANGE \\I| always forever with u,. mi
Good location. 150 Lawrence Blvd. east of Melrose. Azaleas 3 for $1 $5 4 months old. Last seen Friday vicinityof Call Joyce 473-7132. Jean hemmed price paperbacks/trade 2 for 1. 135 Q i Don't give up on us, please2
across from Eagles. Inquire at Diana limit.12/20 Hlllcrest Lake. Reward 473-7493.
tfnchg and clothe Flamingo St. behind Monitor. .* .. je
rips tear, making.
Original. 4737771. Tue..-Fri. and 11.3 LOW BACK SOFA-BED In good condi Itchg 3/14 References. Stchg 2/14-2/28 Mon.-Sat. 10-3 1/17 tfnchg. GRANNY & GRANDDADDY -
on Sat. tfnchg 2/14 tion. Rust with cream tweed. Asking
iJ W
PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt.mlld.w. :
2 BR MOBILE HOME Partially furnished, $225. Coll 473-7943. Itpd 2/.. HELP WANTEDDENTAL
peeling paint from homes, Love is not enough to give
$125 per month" ,, located on SR-21: between WURLITZER PIANO Upright-Console- ,
driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick this
Melrose and Hawthorne. Call Solid wood. Bench Included 1100. ASSISTANT NEEDED Please call Subscribe Today I you on special
473.2452.4tchg 2/14-3/7 tine's
1737.6256: 2/14 Day..but that's all we
or 4/5-2607.: Excellent condition.
Itchg 473-3788. Itpd
2/" 4751366. Itchg 214FOR PROFESSIONAL TYPING In my home or LAKE REGION' MONITOR' 1 can do for now. Just know -
your office. Reference available 473-2210 love both
we much.
you very
1971 MAVERICK $350. 473-7935. 4tpd 4733788. Itpd 2/14
Love.B.R..S.&J.Emmctt .
Starke Ads .- .



'S3 LINCOLN 4-door, Signature series,
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK GENERAL MAINTENANCE 48-unlt apart USED FURNITURE And Store Fixtures. like new. 16800. Loan value $16,000. 1979 FORD F-IOO LWBi PS, 4-speed, OD. tj : oo.
Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. ment complex. Salary & $200 per mth. 212 E. Calli Street. Consignments ac 473-2314. 11/01 tfn 8,000 miles on remanufactured .302 I
Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone housing allowance. Call 4963141. cepted. 1/24 4tpd 2/14 1912 JEEP CHEROKEE Larado package. engine. Asking 3800. Will consider;1 How about being my oo
468-29129/16 IfnlOOMS Tues. and Thurs. for Information. 2/14 ROLLS OF HAY IN fiELD $15. Call after 5 Excellent condition $9600 call trade for car of equal value. Call I Valentine for a long, ,

FOR RENT 3tchg 2/28 p.m. 782-3737. 1/31 tfn 473-3314. 12/13 tfn 964.7793 after 6 p.m. 2/14 3tpd 2/28 tq long time...
Day "W.ekMonth CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great Income ROTOTILLlNGs Garden, Seed beds, etc. 174 FORD Dump Truck for sale, 176 4x4 DODGE TRUCKS .318 engine. j Valentine
MAGNOUAHOTEL potential. All occupations. For information George Hayt P.O. Box 116 Breaker 533.2474.1/03 tfn Free end lock hubs 1800. Call 'o, Happy '

Across from Starke P.O. call ((312)) 742-8620: ext. 362. FL 32622. Phone 485-1861 after 4:30: 195 CHEV.TRUCKs In running condition. 964-4009 after 5 p.m. Itpd 2/14 o." Day. .toveyou '
FURNISHED APARTMENT Three rooms 3/14 4tpd 307DEPENDABLE p.m. l/314tpd 2/21 Will trade for motorcycle 650 CC or 1974 DODGE WHEEL DRIVE PU Needs 0" very much, 0'
and bath. Utilities furnished. No BABYSITTER IN OUR SNAPPER MOWERS TILLERS. TRACTORS: above, 9644604. 12/27 tfn chgIS minor repair First $1,000 takes It. ..0 Kathy 00

Children, no pets. 9645464. 1/17 tfn HOMEs Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 No Money Down. Starke Power Equip. IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 4732597. Itchg 2/14 .0
24 FOOT TRAILER: I or 2 adults only. No p.m. For our three daughters, ages 1, ment, 438 S. Walnut St., Stark., through the U.S. Government?Get the 1910 CAMARO Z-Jit T-top. fully loaded.
pets By appt. KOA Kampground. 3'/ and 7>/i. Call 468-3220.: : Itpd 2/14 964.8568.1/31 5tchg 2/28 facts today I Call 1-312-742-1143 Ext. Good condition. Call after 5:30 p.m.
9648484. 1/31 tfn' SECRETARY Must be able to meet public ONE BRAHAMAZINE LULL 2'/i year 609. 1/17 EOW 3/07 533-2066. 2/14 4tchg 3/07
UNFURNISHED TWO BEDROOM MOBILE and know some bookkeeping skills. old. $700. Two horses: 1 eight year old GOVT SURPLUS CARS ft TRUCKSi Under 1984 F-150 EXPLORER package truck.
HOME With expando living room. $175 Send resume and salary requirementsto mare, two year old filly, $400 for both. $100. Now available In your area. Call Blue, fully loaded with blue Interior for r
per month plus deposit of $150. Call SECRETARY P.O. Drawer A, Starke, 782.3737 or 7823857. Ask for Danny. 1-619-369-0342 for detail. 24 hrs. 1/31 11000. For more Information, call Need Your House
after 6 p.m. 9646054. 2/07 2tchg 2/14 FL 32091. Itchg 2/14 2/07 2tchg 214HANDIHOUSE 3tpd 2/14 7823120. Itpd 2/14 Cleaned?

air conditioning and heat, nice yard no Mon.-Fri. and 5 yr. old after school Curies Cycles, US 301 South. 9646020. 4-door sedan for sole. 9647184. Itpd Air conditioning and AM/FM
pets. $200 mo.plus deposit. 9647047. 964-8809 after 6 p.m. Itpd 2/14 7 different style; 25 dlff. colors to 2/14 radio for $600. For more Informationcall Call Linda

2/07 2tchg 3/14 EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home choose from. Itchg 3/14 181 DATSUN 4x4! 4-speed. Run good. 7823120. Itpd 3/14 4733.c68CaIlA733468
1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT assembly work. For Info call ((504)) 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR $5: Elec- Some extras. Call after 3, 7823742. '77 MONTE CARLO White; new engine
$150 mo. plus $75 deposit. No pets. 641-8003, ext. 9579. 2/14 4tEOW 3/28 trophonlc stereo/radio with speakers 2/07 2tpd 2/14 with 5.000 miles $3.500. Crawford
9648071. Itchg 2/14 $10. Both need some repair. 468-2760 1914 THUNDERBIRDs Loaded. Immaculate Rood. 782.3160. 2/14 3tpd 2/21

TRAILER LOT FOR RENT One acre. Call FOR SALE (PM), Itpd 2/14 condition. Take over
964.5662 after 5 p.m. 3/14 2tpd 2/21 BRAND NEW COUCH ft CHAIR, $125 for payments. Will consider small car or Subscribe Todayl' |
3 BR MOBILE HOME Outside city limit.Furnl.hed both; one double bed $30. Call truck as trade. 9647076. 2/07 2tchg Ask for Jeff
or unfurnished. 964-8614 or FIREWOOD Call 964-8268 ask for Matt. 7823412. Itchg 3/14 3/14 BRADFORD COUNTY i
Trees Cut
9647619. 3/14 fin 11/29 t'nNEWSPAPER WOMANS ENGAGEMENT RING gold 197S FORD 4 WHEEL DRIVES Excellent TELEGRAPH | Painting
SMALL 2 BR HOUSE: Central heat/air; PLATES Aluminum. .:. 5V4; like new woman' wedding condition and 1981 TS-185 motorcycle.Can 964.6305 Pressure Washing
carpet. No children or pets. $240 mth. Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great band, *z. 6, white ,gold; and man's be seen at 436 N. Walnut St. 2/07 eYards Cleaned
plus $200 security. Available Feb. 18. for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH wedding band, sz. 8'/i In white gold. 2tchg 3/14

For Interview, call 9646680. Itchg 2/14 135 W. Call St. 964-6305, Call 964.7807 after 5 p.m. Itchg 2/14 1910 FORD F-2501 LWB, V-8, PS, PB..p..d ........
LOW RENT Furnished efficiency rooms. ROLLS OF HAYsOrder your hay for the CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING UNIT for .-. AM/FM cassette 44,000 e CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION
Utilities paid. Clean quiet south of winter and leave It'under my barn until mobile home 3-ton capacity split unit. miles. Also Coachman slide-In ON ERA Tiff in & Owens Inc.

Storks on U.S. 301. Call 964.7589. ItpdJftA needed. Rolls of' Alicia $25 at barn Name brand Bryant. Also one fishing camper 11 ft., self-contained. AC. Excellent FCAN (Florida
Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at born. boat 14 ft. flat bottom. Been used condition. Both for $5995 OBO 'Classified Ad Network I 1 t

three Timis: Must sell due to Illness.: RealtorFormerly I
'lJ( t\lIS"ED,2\ BR TRAILERs Seven miles'South'of Haybdrd7miles North of Starke on Rd. 782.3660.2107 2tchg 2/14 ). For $125 '
U.S. 301. Call 964.5888 or 16. Delivery available at extra charge. 964-3751. Itchg 2/14 174 FORD 4-WHEEl DRIVE Needs cab. ((25-words), your ad FAULKNER REALTY
4682703 1 Itchg 2 14 782.3727 or 964-6167. 11/15 tin DRESSER ft 3/4 BED STAND t NEW BOX $700; 1974 Plymouth, $400; 14 ft.canoe will go Into 56 Florida i V
KITCHENETTES: 1 & 2 rooms. Utilities fur MENDELSHON PIANO Excellent condi SPRINGS Excellent condition. with 3 hp motor $350 or best offer. newspapers (dailies t 221 W. Lafayette St.
nished. Weekly. UNDERWOOD MOTEL, tion. Office hours, call 9646433. Home Reasonable offer accepted locationRd. Call 9644505. Itchg 3/14 and weeklies) for a .Across from WI.hbon.Mon..Frl. .
7823522. 1/10 tfn 16 Box 447. Kingsley Lake area 9a.m.Sp.m. 1910 LUV TRUCK 4-speed. $1875.
Hwy 301 N., 3'/i miles N. of Starke. circulation of r .8:30 .-5:30p.m.
Hall. Itod 2/14
TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS: 5'x8'utility : J.B. 782.3110. Itchg 2/14
3/14 1,000,000 readers
9 to 12
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer, TWO CHICKEN HOUSES: 30x500. Call 1911 HONDA ACCORD LX PS. PB, Air Make that money Saturday. a.m. --noon.
from Starke city limits. Clean. No $1,700; 16' utility trailer $970; 16' lawn 9647893. Also have three big"2"fans cond., AM/FM cassette, AT velour In work for you...5.11
children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. tioiler, $1,125; 10' lawn single axle 1/31 4tchg 2/21 terior. Excellend condition. Asking the FCAN way. Call I 964.50651
468-1333 10/7 tin troller, $878; 16' car hauler $1,150; 6 $5.700 080.964.594.2/14 2tpd :2/21 64-6305, ask for
for On ft. ramps $100. Olio's Mobile Home 1971 PONTIAC GRAN PRIX $1750. Call
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES rent. Sylvia Today.
Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call Center, Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. Subscribe I 782-' 10. Itcha 2/14 'Take Advantage of Our Exclusive

964.7530 or 468.13231007: tfn 1/10 tfn NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM
rates Palms Apartments 3314 N. Temple Cemetery. ((904)) 259.6635 (Glen St. LAWTEY PAWNHwv EARN EXTRA. INVESTMENT PROPERTIES:

Ave. 7/28 tfn Mary) 1/24 4tpd 2/14 Keystone Heights Area* S-Unlt complex In city limits.
301 782.3702 REDUCED: Apt.
BA opt. For more Information call Lak. new. Orig. $2500. Asking $1800. Call Applications are now being taken for SPACIOUS OLDER HOME: Immaculate. Owner

Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor 964-4995 anytime after 5 p.m. 1/24 tfn TV SATELLITE SYSTEMS Times-Union Morning Paper Route. Ap- financing.301-INCOME Lawtey.PRODUCING PROPERTY: Mini-
tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 3-DOOR VISUAL COOLER: Excellent con Check our pricesWe plicants must be able to post a cash Positive cash flow good market.
hour. dltlon. $1.000. Cash. FIRM. Call
LOG SPLITTER: For rent by day or .
Call 9646974. 11/29 tfn.' 473-3943 after 6 p.m. 1/24 tin Can Save You MoneyfINTRODUCTORY bond, have reliable transportation and a *

MOBILE HOME KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: 2 ANTIQUE wooden courtroom chairs, $10 telephone. *GRAHAM: 4.5 Ac. with 3 BR, 2 BA 2-car garage,

BR, across from Lake Geneva, $155 per single; large lots available. Hospital Custom Call 964-5165 CHSA fireplace, formal dining ft family rooms.
month. Furnished or unfurnished beds $100. Call 9645213. 1/24 tfn PRICED IN THE 30's: 3 BR. 1 BA. Fenced yard.
4737560. Bill, 9/27 tfn FRUIT. SHADE AND PECAN TREES Now'sthe This I Is an Ideal l supplemental Income for a *MOBILE HOME: 13x65 on 1.89 Acres. Grow your

2 ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCY: In time to plant. Large selection. In housewife, retirement couple, teacher etc.EXCELLENT own garden.

Lawtey. Call 782.3458. 11/22 tfn containers, available at Settle's True- PROFITS *STONE FIREPLACE, CYPRESS EXTERIOR: Nestledon
UPSTAIRS APARTMENT 2 BR partly fur. Value Hardware Highway 301 South. quiet wooded lot. Open Interior plan 3 BR, 2 BA.

nished. $175 mth.. 1st mo. & $100 sec. 2/07 2tpd 2/14 Assumable mortgage.
dep.: 3 BR DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT. HAY FOR SALE $2.50 per bale. Reed New Season Special *JOINS COUNTRY CLUB: 10 Ac. parcel 'for investment
refrlg. only, $250 per mth 1st mo. A Farm S.E. 21st St. Hampton, 468-2539. Nationwide swimming pool Sunspots Spectacular or building site. Terms available

$100 damage dep. Call 964-8464 after 4p.m. 2/07 2tchg 2/.. company has new 1985 qualify $579.001 *LOTS OF PEACE QUIET: With this 2 BR, 2 BA
.. No pets please. 2/14 2tchg 2/21 STEEL BUILDINGS: Buy direct from fac Wants home with f.p. and Ig. shed Cathedral ceilings
tory. 30x48x10, $3,923; 30x72x14, I Inground pools. Round trip fare to Hawaii, includes fully tiled kitchen & bath finish out this beautiful
HELP WANTED $8,819. Other size available. Call collect ,homesites for display pro- 7 nights accomodations homestead.

((904)) 3896939. Itpd 3/14 |gram. Great savings for PRICED FOR QUICK SALE: 3 BR, 2 BA mobile
BRASS TROMBONES Excellent condition. use of Rent-A-Car for 20 hrs.,
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER: For part Good for high school student. Used In I homeowners who qualify. home with fp. and fenced yard. High Ridge Estates.
time work. Send resume to P.O. high school band. No dents. $75. Call I (New pool concept and best more. HIGH HEATING BILLS? Not with this home 3 BR,

Drawer 380 Starke FL 32091. 1/03 tfn 964-5748 after 5. Itpd 3/14 in business. 100% 2 BA F.P., CHSA. Lg. screened porch.
GOVERNMENT JOn $15,000 IRISH SETTER Female. Playful nev.rbefore ( warranty *2 STORY REMODELED HOME: 4 BR, 1 BA. 2 F.P.
50000yr. possible. All occupations. bred. 3 yrs. old. $50 firm. {financing; immediate credit CHAMPION *GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTIES: 2 cottages

Call ((805)) 687.6000 Ext. R.5504 to find .964.$407,1tpd 2/14 | available. Florida State cerjtifled .; across from City Hall.

out how. 2/07 4tpd 2/28 GREAT FOR PROM Pink Victorlon-style t ; Insured; Bonded. I jTravel Agency LOVELY 4000 SQ FT HOME In Lake Butler. Needs
GIRL FRIDAY Dependable, hard workerfor '' TLC. 3 3 BA. Pool fallout shelter ft extras.
gown, *z. 13-14 matching shoes, sz. 8, f BR
of sales area 1-739-0221 t Mon.-Frl..9 a.m.tit S
Upkeep ; p.m. 1'ac..
Inventory. $60; long blue gown ft slip sz. 11.12, *ROAD 230: Lovely building lot approx.
and food concession sale, sales and $100; tea-length white dress, spaghetti FREE SOLAR THIS WEEK I I"C Saturday 9o.m.till p.m. out past hospital.

general office duties. WED. thru MON. straps, sz. 11.12, $50. All worn once. ._ 13. N. Tempi Ave. 964-4444 NEAT 3 BR. I BA In Southgate Subdivision
Flea .
Farmer's ft ''' _
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workweek. Excellent condition., 483-1944.. 2/14 .- U r" *JOINS CITY PARK: Lg. lot 2 BR. 1 BA. Extras.
Market. Call for appointment. 2tchg 221SEWING w: *NEAR LAKE ALTO:, Unique 4 BR 2 BA cypress

.68-2255.2/07 2tchg 2/14 MACHINE $45; lawn mower 5 +u-L home with decks, fish pond over 2 acres.
THE CITY OF STARKE Is now accepting hp, and big wheels, $125; set of *LG. FRAME REMODELED HOME: Has chain link

Must applications be a high'for a school purchasing graduate agent.; at _chrome rims 13", $60. Call 964-5337. Gifts to use Looking for a Good Deal? fencing.

least experience In COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke IN NICE QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 BR. 1 Vi BA

municipal two'or Industrial years purchasing. Apply Truck Stop south_ of. Starke. 9648212.. all before TOO much! Brick veneer. Assumable mortgage.
at City Hall, Merrell Dtes office. 11/24 tfn year Check our prices you pay *THE FINEST IN BRADFORD COUNTY LIVING can

NATIONAL TEST SHOPPING firm seeking Beautiful Hallmark We have been in business in Florida for 34 be your on 47 Ac. wi brick home. Pond irrigatedland.
Part- .
male & female representatives.
time work. Irregular basis Varied Interesting WANTED: calendars help start Designing and Custom-Building to meet *LAKE LOTS with 100' on water.
comparison shopping. No In Top Sell Fill Dirt and Sand. Will purchase each day with a little years *2 LOVELY BUILDING LOTS: Restricted area off SR

vestment. Call Shop 'n Chek, toll free, land or pay for soil removal cheet: $5.00-$10.00 YOUR specific needs. We will also complete 16 toward Raiford.

1-800-341-9276. Ask for Donna rights. YOU *STARKE CITY LIMITS HOME Priced In 201*. Fenc;
Ashworth. Itcha 3'14 Call 964-8877 or 964-6517 YOUR home or building to ANY STAGE ed yard.

"'it" *BEAUTIFUL AC. HILL LOT on Santa Fe River.
Assum. mtq. 9'/491.

School For Bus Sale Bodies STARKE FLA. In the Market for a New Home? Seles ius'enr'.ulknerft.aJl.h.fcEAlToft Meneaer-Evenings,....o.et

Ideal for use for storage. FOR SALE OR RENT .t* out our Bedroom, Brick Veneer Special! Ire REALTORCOMMERCIALRESIDENTIAL... I .

Call 9646490Or Four 1200 sq.;' ft bldg. $200" per CHI Carpeting fll_Johns
( 964 8877 month. Ideal for contractors, auto 1V4 Baths, 1534,800 Our, lot
repairs light mfg., storage lumber Starting Sucenne Kitchen 9447430ii

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(' Geneva ............ordered t.pay morning Feb. UMnie tbl rtfflsi) '. D. Anderson awtey., 47, fc 30 days county jail to be suspendedfor
...... ..... 01 > Lilly Ifike 'tayatt; 1flaw,* 40, both of Lake 90 days to obtain valid license.
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N11aepllaLake .,.. w. .... h both of Lake Butler $55.75.Lola.
w Bell Stoutamire allowingunauthorized
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r a+arMIt 7 Mark G. Touchton, driving while
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7.2-sal 77.11TRA : .31/1110. L.-I,,. Pork Fantastic Sandal Spec _
..... ..m ..... 1M! Set R.Kr..lion. Cor Poolt, HMSMMV AT. ladles thlrrpR't
as.ryar.. iii! III 1IJ J.I _, ...... WOOD IF YOU NEED i i "II 1kr..aa.Ala...42I t.k.R. crSarmg Colors Low & Medium H _
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