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 21, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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No rainfall was recorded by Radio WPXE the past week. So far N.WI adds' . ,Pag.. 4,7.10,1)
in February rainfall totals 1.8 inches. Fifty-year average for D.alh. . . . . .Pag. The Sweetest Strawberries This LIBRARY
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WorlL nolingI J Move on for 4-Year City., Terms, Elected MavorA ., I

move is afoot to elect Starke's 19, and Tuesday night to the City commission also invites comments Miller said with 2 year terms a keep them in touch with the
I commissioners for four year terms Commission. The group proposes from the public on the proposal at councilman spends the first year populace. Commissoner Charles
and to have city voters elect the having the charter changed by the the March 5 commission meeting working on city business and the se- Schaefer who says he is for two year
,1 Reception Slated mayor. Florida legislature, which can be Tuesday morning Miller mentioned cond running for re-election. With a terms even though he has to politic
} For Sen. Johns... After some discussion, the city done at the request of the city com- changing only the terms of city four year term, a commissionerwould all the time.
commission set a March 5 public mission. No vote of the city voters is commissioners from 2 to 4 years. At have three years of productive -
: Retired Florida State Senator hearing on the proposals. required.The the city commission meeting Tues- work, Miller added. 4-Year Terms
J. Charley E. Johns will be honored matter could be put to the day night Miller said the proposal Commissioner Crosby believes Twice Rejected...
!" on his 80th birthday at a reception Under the proposal one commis- voters, if the city commission includes both the city clerk and four year terms would be more attractive terms have twice been
,jl{ on Sunday, Feb. 24, from 2 at to the 5 sioner seat would be designated the chooses to do so. The charter can be police chief.Backers and says they might foster turnedyear by city voters. In 1972,
! p.m. given by his children and Mrs. mayor-commissioner's group and changed by the legislature or the of the proposal for the more competition. Crosby points out voting on extending the terms of the
j; Crystal Lake home of Mr. people runnining in that group would voters, according to city attorney charter changes, Miller revealed that not many people have run for clerk,chief, and council members as
Jerome Johns. know they'd be running for a four- Terry Brown. under repeated questioning from the city commission in recent years. a block, was rejected 665-248.
!, Retired Sen. Johns senate was a president long- year term as mayorcommissioner.The "Let's see what the public thinks," Mayor Bobby Biggs, include at Crosby points out that with an elec- Thinking the block vote was the
time state senator, of Florida. mayor is currently annually suggested Commissioner Vernon torney Richard Welty, businessmenJ.E. tion every year now, two council cause for the rejection the commis-
and acting governor elected by his fellow commission Tomlinson and Chamber Direc- members and three the
will direct visitors to Silcox after the discussion. A com- run one year sion tired again in 1976 with separate
Road signs off of SR-100 south. members.A mittee of Commissioners Silcox and tor Mike Cooney. Miller termed it a next, that commissioners are reluc- votes on the clerk, police chief, and
, All the friends Johns home and relatives are invitee private citizen's group has come Travis Woods, and Miller was appointed coffee group or a back-room group. tant to make tough decisions after council members. Voters turned

I to attend. The family requests no forward with the two charter change by MayorCommissionerBobby Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Jr, April because of the upcoming down extending any of the terms,
proposals. Businessman John Biggs to discuss the proposalsand saying "I've been known to have a September elections. defeating the proposal 615-448 for the
gifts. Miller, spokesman for the group, make a recommendation to the cup of coffee" with Miller and the clerk' post, 588-450 for the police
presented the proposals to area commission at its next meeting group, suggested scheduling the Two year terms make the city chief, and 642-403 on the council

Cub Scout Banquet... legislators Tuesday morning. Feb. Tuesday, March 5, at 7:30 p.m. The discussion for the March 5 meeting.. commissioners more responsive and seats.

Cub Scout Pack 518 of the Churchof
Christ of Latter Day Saintson '
Jesus t .
Bessent Road is sponsoring a ., .' 6 More

year-end banquet Tuesday, Feb. 26, ,, .
at 7 p.m. at the chapel. .. -...... "
There will be a chili supper
prepared by the boys. The banquet
commemerates the 75th anniver- Plead
sary of Scouting and will feature
speeches and a special Ingenious w..
night. Prizes will be awarded. H. i a Y _

On DrugsSix

Spelling Bees...

The county elementary and mid- drug suspects appeared in
dle schools have set the dates for Bradford Circuit Court to enter
their annual spelling bees, beginn- pleas of guilty this week, bringingthe
ing this morning at 9:30: a.m. at total to 13 defendants who have
Starke Elementary. entered guilty pleas of the 23 arrested -

Southside Elementary will have for drug traffic.
its spelling bee at 9 a.m. on Thurs- Emanuel N. "Billy" Klondes, who
Feb. 28. was scheduled for trial Feb. 18
Lawtey Elementary has set its entered a plea of guilty Monday, See

spelling bee for 9 a.m. on Friday, separate story in B-section.
Roosevelt Green,
March 1.Brooker.
Aldridge, Thomas Levon Hamilton,
Elementary will have its
I Chris Goodman and Joe Edward Lee
spelling bee on Thursday, March 7,
all pled guilty to possession of a controlled
at 9 a.m.Hampton. ." ..... l' ) .
substance before Judge JohnJ
I Elementary has vA its 7 I 1 1a Crews Feb. 20.

spelling bee for 9 a.m. Friday, p z Tony Anthony Williams. Willie C.
March 8.Bradford. 'i., 1 1M '9r Baker, Alvaughn Richard Golden
Middle School has set
and Billy Alvarez were scheduledfor
its spelling bee for 9 a.m. on Tues- t tri.: change of plea but in all cases
day, March 12.
they were granted continuances until
The school winners will go to the ,
March 4 at 1 p.m.
district competition at the School \ of
Green was adjudged guilty
Board Office at 10 a.m. on Thurs- a a i possession and uttering a forgery
day March 21 ,
and must make restitution. A
presentence investigation (PSD) was
Berry ordered the remaining charges
The annual Strawberry Beauty against Green will be dismissed by
Pageant, sponsored by the Starke the state attorney
Junior Woman's Club, is set March 'Ctf Eldndge Hamilton and Goodmanwere

30 at 8 p.m. in the Bradford High f ', .s Future Farmers Celebrate National FFA Week... adjudged guilty placed on one
and fined $200
School auditorium. : year probation
Interested contestants may pick Bradford Future Farmers! .,America are celebrating National FFA (reasonable attorney fee).
up application forms at Williams Week Feb. 16-23 with various school activities including a display In the Lee pled no contest to the posses-
Jewelry (Bradford Square library at BUS. sion charge after his motion to
location), Mitchell's Drug Store, or Top) This 5.000 square-font bimlls the most recent addition to the FFA dismiss for improper governmental
Bradford High School beginning today farm on SH-301. was built at the end of the last school year to provide conduct was denied. A PSI was
(Thursday, Feb. 14)). Applica-- FFA livestock a safe dry plan to stay. ordered on him.A .
tions must be returned to Williams (Bottom left I-r) Alanooil.\ Ojnny tangerine( and Larry Feltner had total of 23 suspects have been arrested -
Jewelry no later than Friday to catch these two examples of bacon on the hoof and move them to the since Nov. 6 and charged in a
March Orientation is scheduledMarch FFA barn. drug investigation in Bradford County. -
10. Questions may be (Bottom right, l-r) Quinry Adams and Dale Fields make adjustments to To date, 13 of the defendants have
directed to Pageant CoordindatorVicki the seat on this tractor while l...rn' Frltner (front) replaces the battery. pled guilty and two have been
Gaines phone 964-8485. it$, wj
sentenced to prison.
Theme for the 1985 pageant is -
"Strawberries Around the World."

SREC Move... Clerk, Commissioner Williamson Out.

The Community Outreach Center

and the by Homemaker's the Suwannee Office River sponsored Chairman Curtis Back In Hampton PostsThe
Mayor Padgett
Economic Council, Inc., has movedto ,
272-6 South Bay Street, on the

east side of the Pantry Pride Hampton City Council Padgett and Curtis had given the Misconduct Charges... discrepancy, Williamson said that Pendulum Swings...
building behind the Gulf Life In- the latest round in a game of musical council their verbal resignations at After an argument at the Padgett had neglected to pay a $15 At the special meeting Saturday,
surance office. chairs during a special meeting the last regular meeting. February meeting in which both fee for an occupational e'.18.I.r': the pendulum swung back the other
For information, phone 9646696. Saturday morning, Feb. 18. Clerk Lola Williamson origionally Williamson and Padgett charged his business, although he had beenasked way with Curtis asking that his
The move was necessitated by Mayor Elwood Padgett and Coun- resigned in January, effective Feb. each other with misconduct Padgett to do so. resignation be rescinded and
the demolition of the old Bradford cil Chairman Ted Curtis rescinded 15,citing health reasons.The council verbally resigned, collected his Chairman Curtis, next in line for Padgett saying he would also like to
County jail to make way for the their verbal resignations and accepted agreed at the February meeting to check and left the meeting. the mayor's position, also gave a
establishment of a Starke Centerfor the written' resignation of keep Williamson on for another verbal resignation at that time, say-
Santa Fe Community College. Clerk Lola Williamson and Coun- month. She then asked that her When Padgett charged Williamson ing that he didn't have the available
cilman Delmar Williamson. resignation be withdrawn with misconduct over the time the position would require.
Fuqua Rep. Here.... -

A U.S.staff Second assistant Congressional from the officeof DOC Rules Unrealistic Sheriff Reddish Tells LegislatorsAndrews .

District Rep. Don Fuqua. D-Altha, ,

will next be Thursday in several, Feb.locations 21. here "Unreasonable and unrealistic"were ing used by state Inspectors are for by the state including salaries for problem created by the jail stan "Nobody wants them. They are an
have unwanted species. joked the
The schedule is: Starke, courthouse the labels placed on state actions almost impossible to comply with in state attorneys public defenders, dards is a requirement to sheriff.
9:30-10:30: a.m.; Keystone against the Bradford County a two-story facility now 34 years old. prisons and law enforcement officers female correctional officers working
1-1:45 The Department of Corrections is but county jails must be fund at the jail hours-a-day anytime a
Heights, post office, p.m., jail by Sheriff Dolph Reddish at the He said that
and Hampton, post office, 2:15-2:45: annual legislative delegation using rules that seem to be trying to ed by county legislators female is housed there. females to Reddish was asked if he had
force construction of new jail, but He told the that Brad- would mean hiring five
pm. meeting Tuesday Feb. 19, in Starke. a received specific violations in the
Reddish told the three members of that would cost at least $4 million ford County, with lots of timber land cover the operation seven days a suit.
Cookies Are Here ... Florida's state government that a and the county shouldn't have to put and agricultural exemptions week at a cost of some $100,000 per
"f that kind of Reddish doesn't have the tax base to pay year, which is the sheriff said is not
the county In- out money, mentioned .
in Bradford suit brought against The items are vague.Reddish
Girl Scout troops jusified.!
said. several million dollars new jai
clude complaints that had already replied. The inspectors say
counties off and
Union and are
been remedied. Current DOC rules were not in effect The legislators Rep. George fix the problems and they will then
running in the. annual Girl Scout "It's as though the Department of when the jail was built back in Crady, D-Yulee, Hep Chance Irvine He said the jail rarely houses a come and tell us if it meets the stan
Cookie Sale.Cookies Corrections is not communicating the SO's, Reddish said. R-Orange Park, and Sen Bill female. dards."I .
are $2 per box and all with the attorney general's office; "If the state is going to tell us to Grant, D-Madison, listened but offered

varieties are available. Reddish said in a request for the build a new jail then the state oughtto no ready solution for what they Reddish sorta feel like Charlie Pell when
Money from the sales provides Seeking an ,
the have to look at the fiscal impact, decided was a statewide problem
work to
to remedy I'm
maintenance for programs and ad- legislators said he contacted surrounding coun- they read all those violations.
ditional camp site development in rules of the Department of Correc he said. of No Females Wanted.. ties to try to pay for housing the guilty of some of them but I suredidn't
Reddish said all other aspects "
the Gateway Girl Scout into Council, as tions.The sheriff said the standards be- the criminal justice system are paid Reddish said a major financial females in a nearby county. do them all.
well as putting money activities -
of local

Lady Cagers Work Begins on SFCC Center in Old Courthouse, $250,000 More NeededA .

Travel to District... ed to reach the goal of$750,000.This said that another majorcontribution
$561,560 contract for convertingthe contractors came In at a higher ing of its fall session in September of funds will be an-
The Bradford High School lady old Bradford County courthouseInto price than previously estimated, In order to assist the community includes, in addition to the renovation nounced at a joint luncheon of the
Tornadoes will travel to Keystone a Starke Center for the Santa Fe work on the project started Monday, project, Triest agreed to accept the contract, the acquisition of va- Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs and other
Heights tonight to the District 8-2A Community College Endowment as scheduled, with the completiondate contract at sub-contractors' costs cant property east of the courthouse at the Methodist
Tournament which begins at 7 p.m. Board was signed Wednesday mornIng targeted for July 15. Ernest plus 2.34 percent for overhead ex for parking area and park purposes special Fellowship guetfU Hall Wednesday Feb
at the KHHS gym. Feb. 20, in Gainesville with Triest said yesterday he saw no dif- penses. and improvements to this property 27, at 12:15 .
The lady cagers will take on the Triest Construction Co. of Keystone In meeting the schedule, With approximately $500.000) collected according to Guy Andrews, chair- p.m.Fundraising efforts will continue
Hawthorne Hornets in the opening Heights as the general contractor. allowing Santa Fe ample time to or pledged toward the project, man of the Starke Center Steering until the goal Is
r3 round of tournament play. Although bids from sub equip the building before the open- approximately $250,000 is shUnt.-d. Committee.

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Discussion on Supt. Jim Duncan's riculum emphasis at the middle . ,J
first administrative line-up will con grades almost requires that someone School Board ,
tinue at another workshop set for 7 work at the school level 1 .. .
p.m. this Monday night, Feb. 25. directly with instructional programs '" : .
Duncan has decided to ,Duncan also wrote. '. :
already : r : Superintendent "
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forego for the coming 8346 school may propose I
two positions on his Feb. 4 data processing position .,-$ '..' : I. 'io.., r.... ..' ?" ."", ..
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list, a assistant superintendent fulltime. Dr. Steve Miller baa been \ ."." r I \ ,. '1 ,,' i>" '.11 .,\. .'
for instruction and a director of named to the post, and Is charged '. ..;: '. I .- I, 1'1' ) 1 ;

personnel.Two with setting up the extensive student r ',. :.' I A.cbtant Superintendent 1 .\ 'I r. : A..I.tont Superlntend.n" '' '" ,J If.;.,. "' '.
information' records now requiredby .' .' I' ,jI .
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recommendations the state Department of Educa!: ., .. .. '
were \I : I In.trvetlon 1 Support S,...", .
made to the school board in a Feb. 14 tion. Marion Payne, who retired ?.''i. .\ L- : .J ,'" ', \ ..
memorandum and were discussed Jan. 31, from the data processing ., ---- ---- Coordinator .' Y program
briefly to set the at the .post was carried half time as a Anal,.. '
up workshop In.trvctlonol .,
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Move the adult principal at the Foregoing the assistant principaland r----- .'
vo-tech center out of the staffing the personnel director puts 1 1 J
chart because only 51 FTE .is number of positions in the proposed 1 per.onn.l.I I Iudn.rc Op.rarlomL1 1
generated In that program Charles staffing chart In line with the .. ; .. \ ... I
Thomas is the current adult prin- number of administrators alreadyon Ixc.ptlonal Childhood I ,.f.
cipal at the vo-tech center. board. In his Feb. 14 memoran- Education

dum, Supt. Duncan said he had not CurrIcuIumalnctructbn Stud.n' Service. Voeotlonal .. food v .
-Add a dean of students at the mid discussed the personnel K.I2 Touting Adult S.rvle. v
die school, which now has an enroll- realignments with the staff,but said Rocordi Com. Ed. ,
ment of some 870 students with onlya he would discuss them thoroughlywith
principal and assistant principal. each employee whose present -' .
Most of the time of the assistant assignment may change. [_-. ---- For Future Consideration. )
principal at BMS, currently Rick --- .
Ezzell, Is taken up with disciplinary Duncan i said be would like to --- planning day,'and June 5, originallyone June 6-7. teacher contract, teachers must be \
matters. Adding a dean of students assign principals and admlnstrators Make-Up Days.. of three post planning days for The changes do not extend the paid for days missed because of "
would allow the BMS assistant principal near the end of March, rather than After some discussion and confusion teachers, as make-up days for school year.Board emergency. Supt. Duncan said that I
some time to spend on curriculum wait until April, since they have to the school board approved a students who missed school Jan. member Judy Becker said would have to be negotiated, and
Supt. Duncan wrote about appoint teachers six weeks prior to revised school calendar with this 22-23 due to the cold. Now teachers teachers may be due two days extra that the school year is not being ex .
his proposed staffing chart.The cur the end of the school term. Friday. Feb.22,originally a teacher will have two post planning days, pay, because according to the tended.

H Cold Weather Make-Up Days Set Tomorrow and June 5 in BradfordStudents I

who thought tomorrow The clean up includes tearing out Elementary with a teacher and an Supt. Jim Duncan and the school: nosily thereafter until the year 2027. physical education the courses
(Friday, Feb. 22) was a holiday are all burned and damaged parts of the aide, Supt. Duncan told the schoolboard. board members favored the project The scholarship fund was set up in should be made more attractive.
in for sort of a disappointment.To building, cleaning it out, and deor- and said the school system would do the name of the Foster Shi and Mary No increase is proposed in the 24
make up for two days missed dorizing, Duncan said LE Principal Buddy Paterson and its part. Increasing use of such Anne Smith Family Trust. credits. The proposed additional PE i
due to cold weather Jan. 22-23, the Clean up of the adjoining buildings Handicapped Program Supervisor facilities "sounds.good to me," said credit would mean students would
Feb. 22 teacher's planning day and a .damaged by smoke cost about Carl Clark were attending a seminar Supt. Duncan. Rule Changes... have one less elective subject.
June 5 post-planning day on the $120,000 rather than the predictedcost this week on how to run such a program Two school board rule changes
school calendar have been changedto of$14,000"Thank Duncan said. Track Problem... were recommended by Supt. Jim Hutson Order...
regular student days. Supt. Duncan said he would get in Duncan,but the school board balkedat Final disposition on the case of
Now teachers will have two post goodness the Insurance 5 Honored... touch with architect Al Dompe on advertising an additional credit in former vo-tech cosmetology instructor );
planning days, June 8-7, Instead of company wanted to do a good Job," Three BHS students,a retiring bus problems with the newly paved BHS physical education.The Betty Hutson is expected within \
the usual three post planning days. said Duncan,.telling the board he driver, and a retiring data processing track,then consult with school board board wants a workshop set the next few weeks, attorney Terry
The changes do not extend the had talked Monday, with the in- Instructor were presented to the attorney Terry Brown about what on the course requirements before a Brown told the school board.A j
school year. surance company, and.it was agreedthe school board by Supt. Jim Duncan' course of action to take. change is made: proposed recommendation from
Board member Judy Becker said company\.woud)..pay the entire and received a standing ovation A second rule change proposes the hearing officer has been received ,
teachers may be due two days extra clean up seat; "? from the assembled school officials.* Duncan said he walked the track eliminating the requirement that the by attorney Brown.The attorniea i
pay, because according to the A special meeting Is set for 10 a.m. Karen and Sharon Martin, twin with Dompe and the contractor, 135 hours of class time for course for the board and Mrs.Hutson had 10 .
teacher contract teachers must be Friday, Feb. 22, to.open bids for daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watson Construction Co. of credit must be completed in summer to file any objections. Brownsaid '
paid for days missed because of renovating the 10>> classroom Martin of Lawtey,who were winnersin Gainesville. The contractor couldn'tsee school prior to July 1. The deadline he anticipates no objectionsfrom
emergency. Supt. Duncan said that building, estimated to cost $350,000. a district FBLA clerk-typist con the problems the school officials will be extended because summer him or Mrs:Hutsongs attorney.
would have to be negotiated, and see, said Duncan. school cannot be completed by that Next step will be a recommendation
that the school year is not being extended New Negotiator... '. test.Mrs.'Hazel Sapp. who Is retiring It's time the school board starts date, as had first been planned, to the board from Supt. Jim !
The proposal of the Gainesville- as a school bus driver. Mrs. Sapp demanding some results,said Board Supt. Duncan. The board approved Duncan. The board essentially can J
Supt.- Jim Duncan said the based bargaining team of Dr.James drove 250,000 miles in 25 years and Member J.T Parrish upon hearing advertisement on that change for a do anything it wants with the recommendation
makeup days were negotiated with Longstreath and his associate, Dr. the closest she ever came to havingan Duncan's report.If public hearing at the March 18 .
the Bradford Education Association, James Scaggs was accepted by the accident was when her bus ran into meeting. Mrs. Hutson, charged with i
the teacher union. school board on recommendation of a sagging telephone wire on a the problem has gone far enoughto Board member Rodney Hall violating school board rules on a
Two days missed in December an examining committee which in- very foggy morning, Supt. Duncan appear the contractor isn't following pointed our the 24 credit graduation field trip to Tampa, was suspended
when fire destroyed a portion of cluded Board Member J.R. (Jim) said. Mrs. Sapp pointed out it was a through the school board may requirement was just adopted last without pay by the school board.The j
Bradford High School have not yet Lawson and Supt. Duncan. brand new bus.She recalled startingout want to send the contractor a demand year with one credit for physical instructor appealed the board's deck
been rescheduled.: Duncan said he in 1961 for $7 per day. Her husband letter, said attorney Brown. education. Somebody drilled it into sion to the Department of Administration
will have to negotiate with the state The $8,500 proposal.is several George Sapp, recently retired his head that one credit/or.physical and bearing .officer.I.
commissioner of education sub-I thousand under that of the former from.the prison system. Bid Openings... education was.the thing to do,and ifs I 6;: was assigned-t the'case. bt'T'I'I.'t: t
tract the two days from,,the, high negotiator;Forbes Labor.Relations,. t Bids will be!opened March 7 on instructional -/. the thought Thas h9ngertOTnebodyy,.,8 Criminal charges have also,.b.enulsO
chool student school year."Most Inc. of south Florida. And, the !Marion Payne, has taught television equipment, A will have to convince him, Hall said.: pressed- the-school board, and
high school grades are given on a Longstreath proposal has no charge business education courses and set fence and concrete pads and a site Board member Judy Becker said if they will have to run their separate J.
semester basis, and grades have for travel (between Starke and system's first date con well for the commercial truck driving more students are needed in course, attorney Brown said.
already been given for the semester Gainesville, and the time 'starts ceasing system, operated the range now under construction.The .
affected by the two dar missed due when Longsteath reaches Starke, as puters, and taught date processing, TV equipment will go to
to the fire. opposed to when he leaves retired Jan. 31. Payne began Brooker Elementary and BHS. The
Arrangements fog relief have Gainesville, Lawson pointed out. teaching in 1950 for $200 per month. bid awards will be made at the Dr. Leonard
already been made to any student The entire teacher contract is up Way back, even on his i teacher's March 18 school board meeting.
4 caught by the 13 hours of class rule for renewal this year.AdmInIstrathve salary, Mr. Payne began buying Bids will be opened March 27 on SchlofmanOptometrist t
when it affected their graduation, houses and renting them as a the paving of the truck driving range
Duncan said.Rebuilding. Line-Up... sideline, with an eye toward retire- for which the school district has a
A workshop on an administrative ment. Now he owns 15. $250,000 state grant to build with an -
Progress... : deadline :
April 1 to- commit the .
line-up for the 1986-81achool: is ""
A$14,000 clean-up of fire damaged set for 7 p.m..Monday, Feb. 25.year Tennis at Night... monies or it goes back to the state.A and _
English-Social Studies building at The school board agreed with special meeting will be held after /
BHS is under way by Triest Construction Pre-School Program visiting City Commissioner Jimmy March '25 but before the April Dr. KevinMcAuliffe. ,/
Co. of Keystone Heights, For the Handicapped... Crosby to work with the city on deadline to award the paving bid.
the firm which built the building lighting the school tennis courts bet '
Supt. Duncan reported In a progress A program for six pre-schoolers, ween the gym and stadium on Smith Scholarship...
report on the rebuilding., -- aged 3-5, is being set up at Lawteywas Washington Street.Commissioner The board established a Smith

Crosby suggestedthe Family Scholarship Committee to Eye Physician and Surgeon
city will supply and install the develop criteria to be used in awarding

Hamptonfrom poles and lights. the$3,000 for 1984 and$1,000 an- US 301 South..

pace "OU l- Next to Norman's Market
( 1A) Intended as a hook-up fee,it was
page Monday Saturday
Wrong Account.... not recorded as such in the records. WINTER THAW SPECIAL!! By Appointment Phone ((904)) 964.8076

Leo Bury,'of the accounting firm No Money Missing.., STARKE ft LAWTEY ONLY
Davis Monk and Farneswortn, told Hury stressed that no money had I
the council Saturday that althoughthe been taken from the city.The funds ATTENTION!
audit was not yet complete, they were there, they bad just been 1/2 Off Service Call
had books.discovered a discrepancy in the deposited into the wrong account. Reg. "Doctors, Lawyers & Indian Chiefs"
Hury said the accountants were in
rescind his resignation, providing the process of verifying that Price Only 12.50 "Butchers, Bakers & Candlestick Makers"and
that was the wish of the council. Williamson has now sent funds to the
Councilwoman Jane Hall read the city for the hook-up fee for her othersI
written resignation of Clerk trailer. Includes tightening all connections In your panel box I have a great spot for your business. Brand new
Williamson who was not present at Councilwoman Amy Davis asked
and load.
the meeting, and the resignation of Hury if the bookkeeper should have checking your power complex easy in, easy out, now leasing from
Councilman Delmar Williamson, caught the discrepancy. Hury said
who is the nephew of Clerk Williamson the only real way to catch such a 560 to 7,160 sq. ft. Loads of parking I
citing personal reasons as prompting discrepancy would be to go through
his >resignation. the process the accountants went .t

He told the council that auditors through by contacting the people Call Ralph Bryan
who sent checks to the city .
check funds received
on by writing
to the firms who send the city funds Padgett said, "If they hadn't contacted I Reg. Real Estate Broker
and asking for confirmation on the the people, they wouldn't Pioneer Elect. Co.
sources and amounts of revenue have known these checks: had been 964-8788 or 964.6208

each firm has sent to the city., misplaced" and used for personal,' 782-3065
gain. day or night.
Audit Trail... -
The auditors then check the city's Hury said the checks hadn't actually '- .. -- I.
books to see if the information they been used for personal gain .
receive matches the information in since no hook-up fee had actually .

the books., the In accountants going through found this procedure five- been meter.Davis credited who to Williamson's worked water E1-IYFI-L41C: :; AFtCLiCflALL

checks, four from Sawyer-Slade Gas once as city
clerk herself, said she still felt the
and one from Register Oil, that had
been deposited in the wrong account.. fact bookkeeper that the should checks have weren'ted caught the 26
The city receives checks from NEW
all of a sudden,but Bury remind-,
these companies each month In payment
her that these checks
of utility taxes,and the checks were only
five of the checks that
are deposited in the city's utility tax each month many and might not have come been Hand
Weights BOdy StretchingAerobic
account in the general fund. noticed by the bookkeeper.. ljo' \ Dance
The five checks, amounting to 'I1lng
,about 169 found by Hury were New City Clerk... "Abd

the deposited general into fund the as they water should fund love not Mayor Padgett said that he had Cool Down Work uinal f\ex\b\\\\\ \ \\ stretch & Relax

.been. Hury also said the receipts for considered appointing Charlene
the checks had been written as if" Lester, Hampton's bookeeper. as
they were paid by individual people clerk and combine the jobs. Councilwoman .
not the companies who actually paidthem. Hall made a motion they
keep the jobs separate until the next
Hury said the accountant asked election and let the voters decide. Starke Country Club
Williamson about the discrepanancy The council approved the motion JiJesThurs..
,uandlheaUedged1ytoldhfmthatthe and Padgett withdrew his appoint- .473-4106
checks had been deposited J la the ment of Lester aa clerk.' : 4:00p.m.. {
water fund in lieu of a hook-up fee Padgett asked If the decision on ., ,
for a trailer she owns." the clerk needed.to be made Immediately ,6 Weeks '27 :i
Hury said they had checked the and Councilwoman Jane 1 r Rhythmic/ 1I lcI, Inc.
'water book and found that no hook-, Hall said she felt It should. Padgett :
up fee had been paid for the meter recommended Patricia M. Hayes as
number registered' to the trailer bookkeeper and the council approved
Williamson owns, so U the money the choice.


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I Health Department Issues Report, on Restaurant Inspection"There il

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is a common misconception specialists. We don't carry badgesor Hardee's... Mitchell's... stored on ground near grill. 5) Food toner filter dirty. 28) Cleaning
that we can close restaurants issue warrants," O'Neal em improperly stored off flooded floor substances stored next to food items.
down if they don't comply with the phasized.The 1) Cooler temperature was 60 1) Garbage receptacle in food of walk-in cooler. 6) Uncovered food 29) Container of soiled aprons un-
health codes but we are an Inspection following restaruants were inspected degrees F with door opened for extended preparation area not covered. items in storage room. covered and unrefrigera 30)Fire
agency only" the courts must by the Bradford County time. 2) Unwrapped food in 7) Dirty cardboard cover over extinguishers not mounted.31) Hood
take any legal action like closing a Health Department during HRS cooler and freezer. 3) No towels at Pizza Hut... cooking chicken 8) Employee wiped fire extinguisher not tagged. 32)
restaurant, said DarreJl O'Nea1,3ns First Quarter (October to December handsink. 4) Cross-connection with 1) Light not working in men's hands on apron after handling soiled Shelf over grill and deep fry greasy.
:tor for the Bradford County 1984.) hose on ground and connected to restroom. materials instead of washing hands. 33) License not displayed.
Helath Department, spigot. 5) Lettuce cleaned In sanitizing 9) Cuttin board cracked and sliced.
The Health Department Inspects The information was taken from sink. Powell's Dairy Freeze... 10) Food preparation table and knife Starke Lanes...
all the restaurants in Bradford the inspector's files, which are rack greasy and soiled. 11) Im
County quarterly (every three mon public records. The inspection Ice Cream Churn... 1) Soda machine nozzles dirty. 2) cooking, unit outside of Closed at time of inspection.:

ths) as required by a contract the reports reflect a health appraisal 1) No towels in restroom. Roaches seen. 3) Walk-up serving bullding. 12) Grease teen on Studio 38 Barbecue..
windows when .
state made at the time of the opened no customers
Department of Health holds inspectionand refrigerators, barbecue pit and ice
Rehabilitative Services (HAS) may not be the current health Kelly's Night Limit... present. machine. 13) Mold seen on door 1) No soap or towels in restrooms.
with the Health Department. By status of the establishment. Some of gaskets of refrigerators. 14) No
law, the Health Department is required the restaurants will receive a 1) Closed at time of inspection. Richard's Burger Hut... sanitizer in water used to rinse 301 Drlve-In...
to do four inspections scheduled call-back inspection to tables.
per Fried Chicken... 1) No soap in restroom.
1) Uncovered food in walk-in
year."The. assure the health violations were 15)) Waste water spilling Into parking
only way a restaurant can be corrected and others will be re 1) Door frames in'store room and cooler and freezer.2) Rust and moldon lot. 16) No cover on outside drain Wendy's...
closed down Is if they have not com- quired to make corrections prior to ice machine room rotten. 2) Store shelves in walk-In cooler. 3) by Improper cooking unit. 17)' No
plied with the codes in previouslynoted the next routine inspection of the room floor not sealed. 3) Cement Grease buildup on deep fryer and hand washing sink in kitchen area. 1) Unwrapped food In cooler.) No
violations," he said. Health Department. cracked around floor drains. 4) nearby shelves. 4) No sanitizer in ice 18) Cross-connection with hose lay- towels or soap at hand wahsing sink
If the violations are found in a All restaurants have been in- Floor in dining room cracked, peeling cream shake collar rinse water. 5) ing on ground while connected to or in the men's restroom. 3) Un-
restaurant are not severe or spected for compliance with Chapter or mifuting. No sanitizer in water used to rinse spigot. 19) No ventilation fans in covered single'service utensils.
numerous the restaurant has until 10D-13, FAC, Food Service Code, tables. 6) No covers on dumpsterand restrooms.
the next routine inspection (about 3 State of Florida. Koch's grease bin. 7) Flies seen in 20) No /,oap or towels in Western Steer...
months) to correct the violations.If Drugs. dumpster. employees' restroom. 21) Improper 1)) Cross-connection with hose on
the violations are severe or Andrews Drugs... 1)) Floor in lunchette area dirty storage of swill 22) Abundance of ground and connected to spigot. 2)
numerous enough, the Health 1) Uncooked food found on counter and littered. 2) Cleaning substancesand Sonny's Barbecue... flies seen in kitchen area. 23) Improper Garbage dumpster has remnants of
Department asks for re-inspection above stove. 2) Soft drink bottle bug spray stored, over food in (Fine now paid and majority of floor mats used. 24)) Improper garbage, also uncovered. 3) Clean
or call-back inspection, at a time' found in ice machine.3) Garbage on store room.Kountry. following corrected.) 1) Improperly floor covering In meat cut- ing substances and bug spray stored
sooner than the next regular inspec- the ground. labeled foods. 2) Cooked chicken, ting area. over foods.4) Plastic mixer in meat
tion. The length of time a restaurant Kitchen... sour cream and butter at room 25) Floors and walls in kitchen and room cracked. 5) Food on floor in
is given to correct the violations Captain D's... 1)) Coolers and freezers need temperature. 3) Improper Installation meat cutting areas greasy.26) Holesin vegetable cooler.; 6) Gaskets on
depends on how serious they are and repairs. 2)) No thermometers for of sneeze guard. 4) Potatoes wall and ceiling. 27) Air condi drawer coolers moldy and cracked.
fodnd. 1) Holes in walls and outside the "
how many violations were coolers and freezers. 3) Rusting '
"If we feel there is an immediate back door and frame. 2) Improper steel table used for food preparation.
health callback garbage disposal. 3) Multi-use uten-
risk, we can ask for a 4) Screen door not tight-fitting. 5)
inspection to see that the cor-" sils not sanitized. Lights in kitchen and vented hood
rections are done immediately,
said O'Neal. Catfish's Sandwich Shop... greasy.

If the violations are severe enough 1) Commode tank lid missing in
or numerous enough, and the ladies' restroom. 2) Light switch Lil Skeeters...
restaurant does not correct them,an cover missing in men's restroom. 1)) Uncovered cooked and uncooked -
administrative hearing may be required foods.2) Foods stored near clean-
by the Department of Fried Chicken Factory... ing substances. 3) Screen door not D A D A
Business Regulation (DBR). tight-fitting. 4) Hood fire ex-
If the restaurant does not attemptto 1) Cross-connection with hose lay tinguisher not tagged. 5) Sneeze

hearing correct set the by violations DBR,then after the a Health legal ing spigot.on the ground and connected to screen sanitizer not in long water enough.used to 6)rinse No

DBR Department to close can the ask restaurant.the secretary of Garden Restaurant... tables. S AVI N G S N OW A N D

"If there is a threat from food- 1) Can opener dirty. 2)) Hose usedto McDonald's...
born illness like food-poisoning then connect spigot to washing sink
the county judge can issue an injunc- from water source.3) Roaches seen. 1) Improper food storage prac- A
tion and ask for closure," said 4) Paint thinner stored near food. 5) tices. 2)) Spilled milk in day cooler.
O'Neal. 3) No soap at hand sink. 4) Com-
Cross-connection with overflow
"We are not officers of the law.We from ice machine placed within floor mode broken in restroom.5)Fire extinguishers -
are Inspectors and environmental"I drain. not tagged. RETIREMENT LATER.

Hall Speaks at Quarterback Clubfor

was introduced last year to the the rain, but gators live in it." the Gators, and as he answered
Starke Quarterback Club as the Georgia-Florida contest, "We gota questions about the future, Hall
cheapest head coach ever," said UF green light through Starke and we outlined some of what is to come.
Head Coach Galen Hall at Quarter- appreciated it. Went and beat a 7 of 10 interior linemen have been
back Club's annual banquet Tues- tough Georgia football team. We lost this year and will have to be
day, Feb. 21.However held them on the goal line, turned it replaced. The experience level will
,after being the man who around and that it. We not be there like this However
was provedwe year. With as little as $25,00, you can open a Florida National Bank IRA
finally brought home the were a different football team. Hall indicated that by mid-year they
Southeastern Conference title for the Florida State"I know Coach will be a fine team again. and build a secure retirement future while saving on taxes.
first time in 52 years Hall has made Bowden lies and I can prove it. He On the defense side, 14 of 19 Now with oUr pre-authorized deduction plan your IRA contributionscan

quite an drnpressioaat the University told me before we kicked. off. that it players will be back, but they re,in t bejtrgnsferfeddi.rctly:; ;! \ : from your checking or savings account
of Florida and/ verywhere with wasn't ,to 'rain need of guard. .
going a nose .
whatevesui1s.y t benefits
weekly ,
? monthly. < ur So-youoet: qll-to
GatonfMtaoa>' wart aog-iona; ianuiui'anym. oMdThere: ; !, 'WAS. 1lrit4sIrrJ!! 'of'' "Iastyear" 'apt dad tb"'belJl.l' .r J','', 'd'''''><*>f ffA wi'ftbnTftit'tMff\/i\ ."" *>"* 'needs. "" '">t. ) .J,*')/ 'H.H'r.r ''IdrIt'lPs H-i KIT.
Before aft audience "about"2bO.; quarter trying not to uaown." "teams in" the"nation.. The best'punter
Hall began his speech by recognizing "We have the longest winning ," stated Hall. "We need to
several special people In the au- streak of any major football team in find a kicker."
dience: 91-year-old Bill Berry, who the nation behind BYU"said Hall of For the first game, which is in Annual tax savings Choice of, fixed or floating
was probably the oldest Gator the Gator's 9-1-1 record. Miami, Hall said "Great challenge FDIC insured to $100.000 rate
booster in attendance and Virginia Other records to be proud of listed to open the season down in No yearly fee or service charge Interest compounded daily
Crawford, this year's Miss Alachua by Hall were the sale of 61,000 season Miami...we'll fill the stadium
County.'His staff from Gainesville tickets to the public along with 21,000 because we'll be there, Kozar or no
included equipment manager Bud student season tickets and the Kozar."
Fernandez, high school ralations highest level of alumni contributionsever. In general, Hall addressed the
manager Beau Bayer,defensive line following: Ii) Florida National Bank
coach Dan Caldwin, and the newest Addressing the probation and
member of his staff,Charlie Baylor. sanctions placed on the football program 105 W Jefferson., Starke, 32091, ((904)964-7050
In' the typical down-to-earth Hall by the NCAA, Hall said he Asked if any big backers had
style, he summarized the season could see the light at the end of the fallen away with the departure of
game-by-game, with a telling com tunnel and he expects the team to Charlie Pell, he indicated that this
ment on each: play better next year. hadn't happened and he didn't expect -
Mississippi State, which was his "We went out and sold the Univesity it to. =
first game as head coach"Not real of Florida as a great academic in- -In recruiting, Hall said UF got ifa! Spirit/ l/forsucct/ :
smart that game because I didn't stitution..a great place to go to two of the best cornerbacks in the
wear a hat." He said he got one for school. We signed 15 players who area, didn't sign any quarterbacks,
the next one. You see, he's a little are fine student athletes,"said Hall. and things were looking fairly good.
sparse on top with hair. "The season ended on a positive ap- Advised the audience not to Substantial Interest and tax) penalties for early withdrawal.
Auburn, when he got up and it proach." look for a lot of changes in the of- Member FDIC
looked like rain. "Birds can't fly in Next year will be full of challenges fense for next year.


J A C K a O N V 1 L L ad

Davis Qualifies in RegionalsThe j : : .- ,

only BHS wrestler to qualifyfor "Brad Green beat a real good man
state competition at the regional his first match, but lost his second,"
meet in Sebring last weekend was said Tew.
Bruce Davis in the 145-pound class. Jamie Carver and Chuck Coburn
"This was his first full year of were also at regional, but did not
wrestling,"said Coach David Tew of place. John Hamilton was scheduled -
the 11th. grade grappler. "He beat a to go, but was in bed with the flu r dtt
couple of tough Kids." and couldn't go, indicated Tew.
Winning two and losing two mat- "Everybody who went got to wrestle
ches for a fourth place finish, Davis at least two matches which was s .
will compete next at the state tour- especially good for the ninth- t te t
nament. graders stated Tew. "They never r. .
Senior stand-out heavy-weight wrestled at that level before and I t
Donnie Thornton was one win away hope they use that to their advantage -
from placing. According to Tew, he next year.
was beaten by wrestlers who were 'With no more senior and juniors
much bigger and heavier than he with experience we had, we can't
complain said Tew of the season.
was.George Watson was also one If the under-classmen return and he
match win away from placing and is able to recruit 8 to 9 morel Tew e
qualifying for state said Tew. stated next year will be a good one.

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I I 1 15- Piece Tailgater
3-Piece Dinner

Girls Beat PK in Tennis !I with one buttermilk biscuit I 9- Piece ,Bulls Specialwith I with 6 buttermilk biscuit :'

Tennis time is here and the BHS and Jackie Nguyen took the decision I 4 buttermilk biscuits I
Get of the Colonel'sOriginal
netters hit the courts for the first over Edith Wilhelm and Ann Lawson II I This coupon good for 3 pieces of the I I 15 pieces 1
time this year with a match againstPK 3-2 for the second BHS win. Colonel's Original RecipeTM. or Extra Get 9 pieces of the Colonel's Original RecipeTM. or Extra CrispyTM. I

Yonge in Gainesville Valentines With the first win of the season, CrlsPYTM cole slaw, mashed potatoes I RecipeTM, or Extra CrlspyM. with large I and large mashed potatoes and (IsI
Day, splitting the results. the girls are 1-0 for the year. I I, and gravy, and 1 Buttermilk Biscuit mashed potatoes and gravy, large gravy, one large salad and 6 Buttermilk I Isz
The ladles took their competition salad and 4 Buttermilk Biscuits for only Biscuits for only $11.99. Limit
for only $2.59. Limit two dinners with I 1 ..
make the
while the boys didn't quite I I
Boys Come Close... Limit one coupon per customer. Coupon
cut losing three out of five singles each coupon. Coupon good only for $8.95. one coupon per I
matches and one of the doubles. It was BHS and PK Yonge 4 when combination white/dark orders. 1 customer. Coupon good only for corngood only for combination white/dark h
"A great way to start the season," the dust settled on the courts in I I Customer all applicable sales bination white/dark orders. Customer orders. Customer pays all applicable I n
said Coach Jerry McGriff of the girls Gainesville as the gentlemen lost a pays pays all applicable sales tax. OFFER tax. OFfER GOOD THROUGH 1I 1
win. "Everyone helped out"Terese close one.Number. I I 'tax.x.50FFERGOODTHROUGHMARCH24, I GOOD THROUGH MARCH: 1985.. 1 sales 24, 1985 i.iJ
Richardson won by forfeitIn I !iI
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Hair 2-8 and Maria Thomas beat number 2 man Drew Davis wasn't WITH THISCOUPON $2.59 II $8 95 I COUPON I {t
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Donna Parado easily downed Tony Barrett 81. '
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I 'Patent Gallows Seen for First Time As Old Jail Makes Way for SFCC Center I

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Sheriff Dolph Red-
4 dish (at far right) g

demonstrates how
noose would have
Il : dangled above trap

Id I 'r.1 4VJ door In upper floor of
J old county Jail If ex t,
ecutions had ever S
+ been held there- -

r Sheriff Reddish views mechanism of which apparently they t
"patent gallows" trap door from the In- weren't. The only executions
1"s" 'A side looking out.The unusual device for on record
carrying out executions (for which It were carried out on a
was never used) will be featured In an wooden scaffold con-
_ 4'4'deputy
t' w. : : upcoming magazine.issue of The Florida Sheriff's structed courthouse Interested on onlookersare grounds.the old z

.. E.L Matthews ,
(left), president of the
Starke's old jail, now being razed at its Bradford County ;1 r4
site adjoining the Old Courthouse, was Historical Board of
equipped with a "patent gallows"that was Trustees, and Robert
such an innovation in 1910 that it drew at
Green, retired chief
tention in the news section of The Florida
The old jail had a somewhat"homelike"atmosphere before the front porch,as shown In this old Times-Union.( sheriff.
photograph was removed for the widening of U.S. 301 In the 1950s. Pictured In the yard behind an jl jlI
ornamental Iron fence are the Jailor Will Baisden and family, who lived on the first floor of the jail Although at the time it was consideredan
for many years. ingenious device for carrying out ex-
ecutions,apparently it was never used and
was sealed off for many years under a
composition covering at the head of the
stairs leading to the second floor. The only
indication of its existence was a faint i r' e
and outline on the floor, barely visible to the Ben Hall Recalls t
Opinion Commentary: close observer. A lever imbedded in a Work on Old Jail
nearby wall would throw the trap door
open when pulled, dropping the condemned I I .
Ben Hall, retired building contractor -- rr
prisoner, with a noose around his or her
recalls that his first job after ,
neck, down to the lower floor. "-
moving to Starke In 1928 was on the
Needs Set New Role r--
Changing But apparently the trap door "gallows"was east annex to the old jail, built to accommodate -
never used, as the few executions by women prisoners ;
hanging in Bradford County were, accor- upstairs and kitchen facilities

For Use of Old CourthouseIn ding to newspaper accounts, performed on downstairs.
a wooden gallows constructed on the east There was quite a difference In
side of the Old Courthouse, supposedly to pay scales then and now, accordingto
gain more public exposure, as was the Hall. Common labor received 17
and had to be removed also.
view of widespread public interestin onslaught, custom at that time. cents an hour; carpenters got 50

the project to convert Bradford Coun- Certain changes are required in adap-- In commenting on the "patent gallows" cents; and Hall received 75 cents an

ty's Old Courthouse for use as a Starke ting old buildings to modern uses in the Times-Union said it was "a good thingto hour as top of the scale. _

Center for the Santa Fe Community Col- order to meet fire codes and other safe- have about the place, especially as it

lege Endowment Corporation, it seems ty standards now required by state and can be utilized for other purposes (such as
lifting heavy loads to the upper floor), and
appropriate to provide some local governments( which were not required may never be needed for inflicting the ex-. An east wing was added to the building
background information on the activities at the time the Old Courthousewas treme penalty" in 1928, primarily to add cells on the second -

that got underway this week in built. This is especially true of The unused trap door became a part of floor for women prisoners, and more

preparation for this much desired goal. buildings used for educational pur- the old jail's legend, but remained unseen adequate!, who kitchen customarily facilities for lived the jailor'sfamilyi in the &Stw

such that for the 1902 until last week when the Florida Sheriff's 4li .. .. .
Although some changes will be poses, as planned building in those days. r'. ...."' '" ..;
Association had it uncovered and
Courthouse. But these strict
necessary in order to convert the Old requirements photographed for a forthcoming 75th An- The 1928 wing was constructed of cement '
Courthouse to this new phase of servicein should be looked upon as a niversary issue of "The Florida Sheriff block instead of brick, but was covered "

its 83-year history, no changes will be necessary "trade off" for the obvious magazine: It is believed that Bradford with the same color stucco as the original '.
made in the building's exterior exceptto benefits of having this historic structure County's "patent gallows" is the only one structure. The hip roofs on the original .1' > >' '
left in the state at the present time. jailhouse and also the addition were
again become a viable part of community fI:) : .
refinish existing windows and doors, the Old Although the jail is now being torn down, covered with the same type of pressed npf ,. ,>.
life. In its new role Cour- .r
and the construction of a small additionat the trap door mechanism will be preserved metal roofing in a fish-scale pattern. t : : 0 'I,.
/ ;
the north end to provide space for an thouse will not only contribute to the by the Bradford County Historical Board Though badly rusted in some areas, it has Io/\/; .:, ., ) .... ....' .
higher education of youth $nd adults of 4 of Trost withstood the test of time.*!> .M .
It elevator shafts Some old will ,
partitions r + /
"' 'nj r.iofa'! l fi rf u .b9"H> '" .. "
< "
revWalof < VI .t t ei aid ) JiVL
lJ/1" i (UMNO
this area, but will also assure a o' no aw nointsrtr. + broLl'.aiM :
be removed and some new ones addedto Seventy-fivfr years'ago The.Telegraph- Like'all ncaojaR:1' ; ....... .....
economic well-being in the heart of reported that "work on the new jail is going buildings,the 1910 jail'was'haunted I w r' .r 'Y+ K j"-'f"r" -
divide oversize in the building
spaces lti. .
and .
be for by many legends "tall tales" .
Starke. on as merrily as can expected a
such as the old courtroom, into the building of that kind," One true story concerns four adven-
necessary classrooms and laboratories.The Interest in the Starke Center has turesome lads-about-town who decided to .)
The "new jail" is now the "old jail" and liven up a dull Sunday afternoon by takinga ,
will be in weeks not in
extremely high ceilings spread recent only "
this is razed in 1rf"t
weef it being order to provide preview tour of the new jail just before it (t
dropped sufficiently to allow efficient Starke but in other nearby com- more space for the addition of an opened. They found the door open, and the
$ cooling and heating by a modern systemof munities through widespread elevator shaft and other facilities to the last one in was a prankster who slammedthe ri1

temperature control. Additional win- newspaper, radio, and television Old Courthouse in connection with its use door shut to play joke on his friends.

dows will be installed inside the existing coverage of the recent Garage Sale and as a Starke Center for SFCC. The rusting
roof and cracked walls of the old jail would ym4
But when their tour and
exterior windows in order to provide ad- other activities showing local supportfor have made its restoration unfeasible.The they completed
ditional insulation from highway noise the project. The Santa Fe offices in tried to leave the building no one could
old jail, constructed during the sum- open the door. All windows were barred
and also to minimize outside heat and Starke and Gainesville report receivingover mer and early fall of 1910 by Carlyle Peek except those in the tower atop the roof, so

cold. These will not detract from the 50 telephone calls from interested Subcontractors, was "built to replace the they searched frantically for a rope to '

traditional outside appearance of the persons in out-of-county towns, in- existing founty jail, which was periodically make a daring escape from that height.
building. cluding Keystone Heights, Melrose, broken out o(by prisoners," according But the only rope available proved too rot-
ten for the job.The hot and
to a Telegraph news story at the time. day was
Although some sentiment may be at- Orange Park, Green Cove Springs, muggy and soon their clothes were wet
tached to the old 1910 jail, it was decidedto Lake Butler, and even one call from square The 1910 design structure with solid was a brick two-story walls with sweat as they tried in vain to find a ii: yt't'4

remove it from the scene for several California wanting more information on covered with stucco. Among its most at- way out.After .

reasons. Additional space was neededfor the opening of the Starke Center this tractive architectural features was a several hours in captivity, their
fall. The closeness of the Starke Centerto small tower topped with an ornamental
the elevator shaft. The jail was no shouts for help finally aroused the town
longer considered an attractive asset these localities makes it very attrac- metal flneal which has withstood the marshal,who came to see what all the fuss ,'ihv
of tive to those who would like to cut their vagaries of hurricanes, lightning, and was about. Thinking to teach the boys a
since the U.S. 301 it
widening put time and in half thunderstorms for three-quarters of a cen- lesson, he said he would have to go find a .
commuting --
within five feet of the highway. The jail expense tury. Another attractive feature was a key. He left and went home to eat a leisurely frHi9' "
was not as structurally sound as the Old or more. front porch,complete with square columnsand supper before returning a couple of /

Courthouse and would have required expensive Another important benefit derived an ornamental railing. But when U.S. hours later to let the frightened youths out : '. u-
301 was four-laned in the early 1950s the just before dark. Fortunately, none of
restoration work if retained. Its from the Starke Center will be the
porch had to be removed since the widened them had stepped on the new "patent
removal will enhance the view of the future maintenance of the building itselfas highway came within five feet of the* gallows"trap door that would have given Wi' n't

Old Courthouse from the highway, and a historic landmark in Starke. For front door.Healthful. them a quick trip down to the first floor.byBubbyL.Taylar. 4t

provide an "openness" in the downtownarea the past ten years this expense has been .)i, ,
adding to the attractiveness of paid for by rentals received from :
,. ;.':1r"
other various state and local But Agent's Notebook. -"" >" ,1" '
planned improvements.Items agencies. as County fJ ';i4'i r-,',!' "
.". ','ti{.
of historical interest in the Old .more and more modern office buildings X '> ,

Courthouse are being retained by the have been constructed in recent years, -.I\\ ,

Historical Board for future use in a the demand for rental space in the Old outdoor exercise, a feeling of crop, you should remove all the woody _
Courthouse has declined. Vacant accomplishment and potential savings on material, because it won't decompose
reserved for this The
purpose. rooms, unheated in winter and uncooledin the family food bill are good reasons why before planting. Look Out Below!
handsome staircase in the front
cor- summer deteriorate rapidly, with more and more people are turning to home After the soil is turned, break all clods Merrell Dees (left) city utilities
ridor leading to the second floor will remain vegetable gardening. In recent articles and level with a rake. Do this as soon as director, and helper lower ornamental"top
intact as a reminder of the fine moisture condensation causing paint to I've discussed tips! on planning such a pro- you can to prevent excess drying of the knot" to the ground after lifting it
craftsmanship that went into the peel and walls to crack. With grant ject.This week 111 discuss soil preparationand soil, and to keep good soil texture. This is from the old jail tower where it restedfor
building when it was constructed in monies for restoration almost a thing of liming. important because a finely pulverized 75 years. It will be restored and sa v

1902. Existing shrubbery around the the past, and other sources of finances Usually, the most physical part of a surface will make planting easier and give ed by the Historical Board.

building will be removed and the rapidly drying up, further deteriorationof vegetable gardening project is getting the you better seed germination. It will also
soil But, whatever help insure a more even stand of
the building would have become a ready for planting. you
grounds will receive an entirely new do, don't' give tn to the temptation to cut vegetables. It's especially important to Commodity
landscape design. One of the two tall serious threat. corners on this phase of the operation. If have fine textured soil when planting Distribution Dates

: palm trees that framed the Call Street Continued use of the Old Courthouseas you do a poor job of preparing the soil, you small-seeded crops like carrots.In For Bradford County

entrance to the courthouse was killed by a community college center answers can expect poor results from your gardeneven some soils, it's also necessary to add

last winter's freeze, and the other one many more problems than the few it cultivation.if'you If work you're hard planning on planting a large and some planting kind or of at liming the same material time you well turn before the distributed Cheese, butter, and honey will be

: was a victim of this winter's repeated might create.At garden, you may want to rent a rototiller, soil. Lime reduces soil acidity. Without going through the in Suwannee Bradford County River,

or even a small tractor and plow to use in into a chemistry lesson, lime adds Economic Council Thurs-
preparing the soil. But, for a small calcium to the soil and makes minor
day Feb.
21 loca-
at the following
backyard garden, you can do the work elements more, available to plants. The tions:

I I Another Busy Year In Store for Chamber with a spade or shovel. ,most commonly used form of lime is Thursday Feb. 21 Old RJE
dolomite. Besides calcium dolomite
The ,time 'to begin soil preparation, School building, 10:30: a.m. to 4 p.m.
depends to some extent on what's growingon magnesium which is another important for physically handicapped andthose
'j site If have heavy plant nutrient. But, you really should of
your garden now. you over years age, who meet
I The February issue of the Chamber of 12 noon on the same day, a Lun- weeds, or a cover crop you intend to turn .'add lime only when a soil test indicates the guidelines.
Commerce news letter indicates cheon Seminar on Retail MerchandisingSales under, 'you should start a month.or six need for it.Too much can be as bad as too Friday, Feb. 22 RJE, Starke, 9
H.M. This also is the little. If a soil test indicates your soil is too a.m. to 1:30 ,
Promotion conducted by weeks before planting. p.m.
another busy and progressive year in 'sweet, or alkaline,you may need a special
retired president of Kraft time to,add lime, if needed.If Monday, Feb. 25 -- Lawtey
Connelly, fertilizer .
store for Starke and Bradford County. program.To Recreation Center
will be held at the kept the garden site fallow or (Middleburg
Foods International, you've and summarize briefly, to have a good Road), 10 a.m. to 3:30: p.m.
all vegetation, no
Chicken Factory. Aimed primarily at you plan to remove garden need to the soil Tuesday, Feb. 26
could the soil you prepare proper Hampton City
Two events scheduled for lime is prepare
upcoming the discussion will requirec'lr.ou: Hall, 10 a.m. to 3:30
retail merchants, two or three days. ly. Be sure to start far enough ahead (IfPlanlito p.m.
Thursday, Feb, 28, will close out the and allow matter Wednesday, Feb. 27 Brooker -
revolve around how to display productsfor if plan to work extra organic organic City
However, you
month in fine Another in the soil Hall, 10 a.m. to
style. J>eJL visibility matter'lnto the soil before planting, you Turn the to a surthyouuhave 1:30: p.m.
series of popular Chamber Mixers will should,start four to six weeks ahead of inches. And make Wednesday Feb. 27 Pleasant
be held from'5:30' : to 7 sponsored Participation in such chamber events time. a level,finely textured surface before Grove Baptist Church, 10 a.m. to
p.m., ITo 1:30 .
planting. If a soil test indicates lime is \ p.m.Recipients
by James R. Flynn and C.R. Smith,Jr., has been g odin the past year and is expected prepare the soil,dig down six to eight needed to give your garden plot the right must bring USDA Commodity

i CPA, at 405. West Georgia St., across to continue to attract en- inches;and turn each shovelful completely acid level, it should be applied when you Card and Identification In
.. from the courthouse. thusiastic participation in'1985. over. If you're turning in weeds or a cover turn the soil. order to receive commodities.v .




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__ ,February 21, 111I5 TELEGRAPII_

Carol Anne Sutton and William Shannon; Marry ,

Jan. 19 In Keystone. Heights Community Church: l'afl.S"I I

Miss Carol Anne Sutton, the Judson, both of Keystone Heights. complemented by butterfly orchids tiered' wedding cake decorated in the
daughter of Carol Lee Sutton of Best man was Danny Jordan and and pink miniature carnations.Her bride's chosen colors of pink and ., .
Keystone Heights, and William ushers were Mike Burnetti!, Kelly maid of honor was Karen wine. .
Patrick Shannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Molten, Robby Shannon, Tracy Cashdollar and serving the bride as Serving cake and punch to guests -
Robert J. Shannon of Starke, were McRee and Scott Sumpter.The matron of honor was Cindy Judson. were Mae Choate, Pam Sutton, c k I
married January 19 in the Keystone bride, given in marriage by her Attendants were Elaine Sutton, Michelle Poston and Traci Broadway. 1
Heights Community Church at 7:30 brother, Keith Sutton, appeared in a Tammie Richards, Karla Englehartand Following a trip to the Orlando
white taffeta gown thai featured a Renee Julius.They all wore iden- area, the couple will make their homein
p.m.The Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin performed high lace neckline and a fur trimmed tically designed gowns of wine colored Keystone Heights where the brideis 4- I
the ceremony before a 40 yoke. The full skirt was lifted and taffeta and carried bouquets of employed at Carey's Flower and
taper arch candelabra. Two large arrangements fastened by white bows to show a lace rubrum lilies, miniature carnationsand Gift Shop.
of white gladiolas, white tiered ruffle at the hemline and on the wine colored freesia.
daisies and pink carnations were chapel length train.A Following the ceremony, a reception The bridegroom is a 1982 graduateof 4
placed on each side of the altar. fingertip veil of illusion fell froma was held in the Community Bradford High School and is
Wedding music was provided by pearl studded headpiece and she Church Fellowship Hall. employed by Container Corporationof .
pianist Lisa Clary and soloist SteveInternational carried a cascade of white roses The bride's table featured a three America in Starke.

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Affairs Committee Entertains :d .GH I : i d


Starke Woman's Club Members at MeetingA J t tI

Valentine's theme was carriedout piano, to the delight of the club Antique and Collectible Show and lure that the Woman's Club has held,
at the meeting of the Woman's group. In honor of Valentine's Day Sale to be held March 21-24, at theBranford this will be repeated..prior to the # _
Club of Starke,held at the clubhouseon Mrs. C.M. Hernandez sang severalwellknown County Fairgrounds. All. start of the 1985-86 school year. 1 _
Spanish love songs, accompanied booths have been sold, and the clubis Arx'
Wednesday, Feb. 13 under the f
Reporting for Mrs.".B. Scoggins, _
by Mrs. L.A. Canova. moving ahead with setting thisyear's :-
sponsorship of the International Affairs Education /
Chairman Mrs. Whiffen _
committee,chaired by Mrs. M. A heart-shaped box of candy was menus, and particularly ; .
announced the recent Selection of ,
Sarntinoranont.The awarded to Mrs. C.B.Spry as a door plans for the Preview Sale and \ _
Cherri Harrell as the 1985"HOBIE"
be held from 7-10
prize. p.m. _I
was opened by the
president Mrs. Mrs. John Griffin announced the on Thursday, March 21, at the scholar from Bradford ".l ,
R.A. Green Jr. rf1ffloJ
; High School. Miss to
devotions next bridge luncheon will be held on Fairgrounds. Tickets for this event O'Briengo w .
were given by Mrs. H. ','
Orlando for the
Thomas, who asked the group to Thursday, Feb. 28, beginning at 10 only are$3 at the door. Foundation, Hugh seminar. iI.'If..... I '.
observe a minute of silence in a.m. Cards will be played til noon, Mrs. Myldred Cuttino reported on leadership "..;1. v' ;.
Miss Harrell of Brooker
was ...

then luncheon will be served. house activities, and commendedMrs. _
memory of Mrs. Pauline Tanner it'
a selected committee of Bradford
by a '
R.A. Green Sr. for her dona-
past-president of the Woman's Club Bridge,canasta,etc. may be resum- and .R
of Starke. ed following the meal. Tickets for tion of a beautiful tablecloth to the County High School faculty
this affair are $5 each; reservationsmay club's linen collection. Mrs.,D.W. students based on her leadershippotential :: i'i
Mr. and Mrs. Sviagin were introduced be made by contacting the Whiffen reported on the recent vision ability, and interactionwith :
her On behalf of the
by Mrs. Sarntinoranont.Mrs. Stumps at 964-7806. and hearing scree /,fingerprinting peers. -
Sviagin played selections by Mrs. O'Steen brought the group clinic held at the clubhouse. Club,congratulations were extendedto Mrs. William Patrick Shannon
Miss Harrell by Mrs. Green.
Tschaikovsky and Mussorsky on the up-to-date on the planning for the By far the most successful such ven- ,

Sisterhood Tea Held by Three Women's ClubsThe Social SideO

Junior Woman's Club enter- Greeting guests at the receiving featured a large heartshapedballoon candelabras at each side. A silver
tained the senior club, the Juniorettes line at the door were Mrs. Philip atop a bud vase of red rose, punch bowl graced the table; as did .f theNews Gladys Mooty,
and their mothers, at a Johns, president of the Junior Club, baby's breath, and fern. The dining silver trays of finger foods. 'J Social Editor
Sisterhood tea on Saturday Feb. 15, Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr., president of room table, covered with a cream- 964-7608
at the home of the Junior Club's the senior club, and Mrs. Gruen. colored Army/Navy cloth, was Approximately 75 club members,
sponsor, Mrs. Harry Gruen, from 11 centered with an arrangement of and mothers,attended this first joint
a.m. to 1 p.m. The living room decorations dark blue silk flowers, accented by social affair.


W.T.Weeks Chapter, U.D.C. Has Program on Robert E. LeeThe Club :*''?ws Weddings

NoticesChurch Receptions
Items Parties
W.T. Weeks chapter U.D.C. Lee Gallant Christian Soldier by Mexican War where his commanderwas Honor; submarines; land mines;
met at the Western Steer Steak Lee Roddy. Lee was married to U.S. Grant. medical nurses and corps; snorkel .....
House at noon Feb. 18 with the presi- Mary Custis, granddaughter of Mar The evening before Lee sur- breathing device to name a few.
dent, Mrs. Franklyn Wels erber tha Washington, and they raised six rendered at Appomattox he con- Mrs. Wike read the poem, "The Con-
conducting the business meeting. children. Mary Lee was an invalid templated suicide by riding to the quered Banner", by Father Ryan. Junior Woman's Club Making
The luncheon table was covered much of her life and confined to a top of a hill in full view of the
with a lace cloth and the centerpiecewas wheelchair but Lee was very Federal troops who would surely The meeting adjourned with the Plans for Strawberry Queen Pageant
an arrangement of African devoted to her and the children. Lee shoot him down but after talking to group singing Happy Birthday to
violets. served as President of West Point his minister he was convinced not to Hope Haynes in honor of her 95th bir
for the March 30 Monday evening, Feb. 11.
Military Academy I'and William do it. Many "Firsts" began with the thday. Guests present were Mrs. Furthb plans
Mrs. Lloyd Wike, Historian, Sherman was one of his cadets. He War Between the States; U.S.Secret Mona Canoval, JVIr.. One Wiggins. Strawberry Queen,Pageant at Starke,and .."JHOIJ wse* Jbri the,evening were. .'
presented the program on Robert E. left West Point and served-in the Service was formed; Medal of" and Mrs. Pearla Yelverton. Elementary Latch-key programs School were made at Debra Stephens, Evelyn Chastain,

the Junior Woman's Club meeting on Lisa Prevatt and Debbie Forman.

Bridal I Showers........................................................................................................ .. a -.


Susan P. Goins bowl. Marian Payne Sr. and Mrs. GilbertP.
Games with prizes were enjoyedby McClelland.The .
Honored at Shower the 30 guests between the appointed gift table was decorated witha
hours 3 and 5 p.m. includingthe large pink ruffled umbrella, with SPECIAL
Susan P. Goins, whose marriageto honoree's mother, Mrs. Cecil the gaily wrapped packages placed :
Phil Prevatt will be an event of Daniels, and the prospective around it. The bride-elect openedher ii4DAYRm
March 9, was honored at a bridal groom's mother, Mrs. Thomas E. many lovely and useful gifts,
shower last Friday night given by Woodham. and placed them on display.
Mrs. T.E. Nail and Mrs. Gladys Refreshments were served by the I SOMETHING TO REMEMBER
Mooty at the home of the latter on E. hostesses, and as a memento of the
Adkins Street.A Rhonda Hutcheson occasion, presented the honoree
red and white Valentine motif with a portable electric mixer. I
was carried out in the party decora- Shower HonoreeMiss Twenty-five guests enjoyed the
tions. The refreshment table was fun evening with Rhonda and her
covered with a Hallmark Valentine Rhonda Hutcheson, whose mother, Mrs. Rudolph Hutcheson; Let us assist you with your. .. .
covering centered by an arrange- marriage to Charles Strickland will and her grandmothers, Mrs. Grace
ment of white potted mums in- be an event of Feb. 23, was com Beal and Mrs. Edith Hutcheson. _

terspersed with red silk flowers and plemented at a bridal shower Tues- ,.................................................... Invitations
balanced by tall red tapers in crystal day, Feb. 12, from 7 to 9 p.m., given
holders.At by Mrs. Owen Alvarez Mrs. Frank Virginia Shannon,
points of interest in the party Durrance, Mrs. Dennis Burkhalter,
rooms were daffodils, African Mrs. Leonard Moore, Mrs. W.T. Frank Armenia Napkins
violets and potted plants.A Smith, Mrs. Winfred Tomlinson, To Wed March 9
red and white decorated cake Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, Mrs. A.B.
with the Valentine motif ice cream Whitehead, Sr., 'and Mrs. Sidney Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Shannon, 1 i
and punch were served to the 14 Jackson at the home of the latter on Jr. announce the engagement and' Bride's Book
guests between the hours of 7:30: and Searing Street.A approaching marriage of their
9 p.m. which included the honoree's red and white Valentine theme daughter Virginia Elizabeth, to
mother, Mrs. Rose Padgett. was carried out in the decorationswith Frank D,Armenia, son of Mr. and d.IS
The honoree's nine-year-old hearts and cupids hung at van- Mrs. Charles Patti. Garters r '

daughter, Sally, assisted in serving. tage points.The The wedding will take place at the a o
refreshment table was First United Methodist Church of
covered with a red linen cloth and Starke Saturday, March 9, at 2 p.m. Place Cards '
centered with a silver epergnette All friends and relatives are in-
Barbara Daniels holding red and white silk flowers vited to attend.Country .
and red candles. A matching ar-
Shower HonoreeMiss rangement was also in the living &MatsChampagne J

room. Club Meeting
Barbara Daniels, whose The hostesses presented the 0 o 84.
marriage to John Thomas Woodhamwill honoree with a set of club aluminum Friday Night &c
be an event of Feb. 23, was pots as a memento of the occasion.
honored at a bridal shower on Satur- Starke Golf and Country Club will
day afternoon, Feb.2, given by Mrs. have a general membership meetingand Glasses
Debbie Bass and Mrs. Grayson Bridal Shower For steak dinner Friday night at 7 //1
Cason at the home of the latter in Rhonda HutchesonMiss p.m. in the clubhouse.
Country Club Estates. 1
The bride-elect's color schemewas Rhonda Hutchesou, bride- Cake Knives I,I
carried out in the party decora- elect of this Saturday afternoon,was STARVE !
tions. In the living room were two arrangements honored at a bridal shower Monday CHURCH OF GOD
of silk rose and grey evening, Feb. 11, at 7:30: p.m. 422 N. St. Clair 964-5449 Bearer'sPillow r
flowers. Hostesses for the occasion were Walter F. Montz, Pastor Ring
The refreshment table was Mrs. Joan T. Chitty, Mrs. James .
covered with a white linen cloth and Crosby and Mrs. William David We invite you to worship with us. I
centered with a 10" white round Hurse, at the Crosby home on ATTENDED NURSERY
cake decorated with rose colored Bayless Highway.Getacquainted. ,Sunday School _. . . . 10 '.11I. ,
roses. Mrs. Cason cut the cake and games were 'Morning WoriMa . . . 11 i.m.
Mrs. Bass presided at the punch played by the honoree and guests, ,Evtnl"llltrvlc. . . . 6 p.m.
with prizes being awarded to Mrs. .Wodnosdiy Youth . .. 7:30 o.m..


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revered. db* kMcheosi wffl be ladeS I i I the gt4 aea eaae.Kim and her........David: deeiard..gae
Thsnday.: Feb.2:1": at M moo*to tile *KhChtraecairitartae easaarii.' aad give Chefer vtMteg*..Ms.
MettedM Feltewship Ba.D"senior 3tcLai t.Ms. ,
attrea i ef Bradford Canary. )kJt.l %& and Tt-... were ...d Chat DavM aad KJai won.d tte
There... will be program en pastcf picking' then mm to take she....direr."We had a*idea....was sing
t;: die toted: State given e..hat ve knew..SMMtUtg f.aay.as gaatg skew they .).ere.'thewed
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and knaship ski a d iar>rn saaaatd she arrfral af a pt>t.t.grapDer aad a caaa0er-
I lets vehicle meaOOag a ataOa staff car. eaarlesy eI TenriDft"p.r ,,
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WeMcra Steer SUot..V"Ie.Is. J
aad daBghters cf Martaaviae. Pa. l\
Sandra Louie Otltty are spendng two weeks with Mrs | McKalght aad Thaaias said. they had a heresy tla>e and really eaAMB5JCAS .n"j

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Le a.uy tAt AjftboMT Held of
Tamp..k bang. tamioced b7 theseaura

a-S: to he Jon T. Outty and die late Raadal February
K.Cl trjr of Start*.Sloe au"""'" the
St. Amt'- 1** School For the Bfiad
aad graduated front Bradford Hit
School: 'to UBX PoOoraC graduation -
.. ate attended school at the
Daytona Beach Rehabilitation vi
Center For the B&ad .- n 9 5e
Tony is the aon of George W.Nead
and the late Mary A.Jead of Tampa
and Ob o. He graduated Cram FAMILY DRUG STORE
Plymoalh IQgh School ia Ptrmouth.
Obi*. and from IndUoa UanrcmtrIn _
BlooariacXaa. IN.in BtMinrw Ad- 02
ministration in 198X He is pees ratty e
studying Electronic at tte DaytonaBeacfaRefaabflitanoB

BliadLTte Center For the ,--- PLE.vFK : 4 L LCN

couple is planning to be married n B
at the First Baptist Church in ..M. L.r ( g.' tnn.
Starke Jule%I. ilL-uTI t
Afl friend and relative* of die uc ,f .yLopr ."...i. t 0i
couple are imnted to jpa them at @ t : E vtT
tonrWeddtog and teoeptioa aiebratiaD. _
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The Woman's Club of Statue wifl
be holding their annual az.aJea tale -
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Saturday.Man112.beginning at 7:30 -..
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a.m. on Walnut St. to front of the )
Gainesville Sun office in Starke. ___ __
There will be a total of 1500 plantsto WRICUTSPUMTPAK REGULAR PRICE
be sold 11.25 each or tea for STYLE SHAMPOO or =- % ENTIRE STOCK OFL'ECCS COAST or SAFEGUARD
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Latwls CooperAnnounce armEm1t11trFSttrs \ VICKS :
Plans 1 -

Ana'Ibi ea. dau@ta'01 Mr.aDd 44D "4II' ,

Mrs. Earl Cox. and Lewis Cooper. Cool! MaaJox ,.
of and Mrs Bob all -- 2fl.98 JUu.o...o'AIo'.: ... V1QS")
son Rer. Cooper :::::- Consort! \ :CJvH "' .E /
of Stark*. announce their ev agd --- .. .. -.. -- YopoRub
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Given for Engaged.nt Party Couple 2.592TYS r 4.49PAOC in.Nix PADS 1.9912-oz.UOUID 2/98 AFTERREIATE"IUTURG-4HI TOOTHBRUSHES Assorted types j 2"!::29,VII 5-OZ.UmitZ 440COUCHMIXTURC {..49u'01.Llmt2', .

KiM Sandra Louise O,tty and her
fiance Anthony Nead of Tampe. '
were honored at an engagement announcement s
party Saturday mgt r 1o.99 M.

Feb. W, at R p.m. The event was ,
boated by Karen and Randy Chttty waCra -

sister and brother of the bride and ,., ola i 5 /
her mother. Mrs.Joan T.Chitty. f2. !
The informal party was held at CRAYONS '
their home on Searing Street in 1w I1 iOlrenerI IL\ A J

Starke.Invited to attend were a small I, /

group of the couple's close friends :: ? FAMK M AMKLOOLUNCHMATE
among whom were thegroomHofoe's ,9Z 29cmti M-OZ. 69"CL\YotACUYOfCS X UUisKrr.COOLER 250REGUU.PRICI 2 49RAJDAHTAND
father and brother. r. to Downy W'IIUII Reo..13.99 GARDEN CLOVES .
George and Ciena Wad I Us best "': OFF

man,David Fro. er,all of Tampa;
Candice WUtdowe of Jacksonvilleand
John Woody of Ft. Lauderdale.

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Homecoming Services 2288

St In Raiford a> '

Fellowship Baptist Church of 4
Raiford will hold annual Homecoming ( j-jw L

services Sunday.March 3. Sun- _ _ LtLi ? _ _
day school begins at 9:45 a.m. and !
morning worship services begin at HAMttTONIZACHCOFFfEMAKEI "IDEA ROLL-ON
11 a.m. 7.88m141Mg7U1 22.88 1.59ASELECTEDND LOTIONS I.491 5-0i.3 TyN PEf 9 99HOSE1503 .88WEBCHAISE IS.99
Dr. E. Winson Butler of Southside AFTERRUAT1 | Reg.12.99 2188
Baptist Church Lake City will bring
the morning message. Special
singing beginning at 2:30: p.m. will

feature the Singing. Sllcox Family of $ _
Middleburg. !
Lunch will be served at 1 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend these

For special Family Engaged services.Reception Couple IIiTiT1 k1 A __0


Strickland were honored at a family __ OFF tELLCOSMETKS OFF EYIPROOUCTSUlTUmOM .M W CANEM Rtg.19.99 .55'
,reception Sunday Feb. 10, from 3-5
p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
The refreshment table in the dining When serious about 35mm
room was covered with a pink If you've been taking Aldomet...
lace cloth and centered with
an arrangement .
of fresh flowers and you can now save on your next : ( '
silver candelabra. A sheet cake ?UtLrM :jiBij}
decorated with nosegays at each -_ prescription.Introducing : .

corner topped with'a kissing couple Methyldopa the II.I., ." .I";' If.\ .!'.'ai".I''.'.". '.:;'j,:..t..1'.. .
and finger food were served. J
Eckard Brand Equivalent for
Misses Julee Wise and Michelle PHOTO PROCESSING
i ;ii: : Aldomet.Ask your Eckerd pharmacist
KJmutis assisted in serving.At ?'"'. EXCLUSIVELY AT ECKERO
focal points of interest in the ::':''' .._.... ..,,,.. ._ how muc..you can save
home were mementoes from .. L.- ...., on next
M your prescription.
previous family member's weddings "" ."......p. ,....-r PRINTS NEGATIVES PAPER I
N IYIo.1
the wedding photo album of
Rhonda's parents Mr.. and Mrs.
Rudolph Hutcbeson.Approximately. sale Prices good thru sat.. Feb. 23rd. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.

99 family v Aj
members enjoyed the occasion.

Did You Know.,.......... Bradford Center
Sq. :
Shopping ,..1
831 S. Walnut Str_t S'arlceCharge
Mrs. Gilbert Brown Mrs. James
Blackshear, Mrs. Flossie Prescott, HI
and Mrs.Herbert Thomas are attending -
the Diocesan Episcopal; Chur-
cnwomen Open Board Meeting at 3 WII8 "
Camp Weed today, Thursday. 1


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February 21.19H5 T.I.cmu'u: raf'\

.., Items of Interest ............................... .................................................................. ....

Pine Level Adults buy wisely and save on the Night at the Movies" held on
i Hold Valentine bill.Dinner night Feb.8..The theme! ,"A
BanquetThe hostesses were Mrs. at the Movies",was reflected
Cox and Miss Rosa Moore the fact that the affair was a GUARANTEED
annual Valentine banquet for Club members addressed of sorts.
the adults of Pine Level Baptist'Church tines for the residents of came party dressed as Young' I I We Finance ,
was held Saturday night, Pines Care Center and later gremlins to Indiana Jones.The
Feb 16, In the banquet room of the delivered by Mrs.Lola Johnson. centered around Christian PIANOS
Fried Chicken Factory. A total of 50 The next workshop will be held which were shown to the youth.
attended. Feb.28. Christian films contained a SAVINGS !
The banquet room was appropriately evangelistic theme. ORGANS
decorated with a Valen- the films were shown,many of
tine theme of hearts and flowers. Housewarming Party youth made decisions to accept
Following the meal, the group enjoyed For Susan Goins as their Lord and Saviour and GUITARS
, games, amusing readings by Christians. ON SOUND
Pastor and Mrs. Roman Alvarez, Mrs. Rose Padgett of Starke adult banquet theme was I
::, and a skit presented by Mrs. Doug daughters, Mrs. Paul Hamner Through the Ages".A parade INST.
Mains. Ms. Christy Dixon of individuals dressed as couples EQUIPMENT
The program ended with an Inspir- gave a Housewarming party the ages attended the adult '
ing devotional by Rev. Marty StarlIng day,Feb. 16, for their daughter banquet. These in-
Missionary to Mexico. sister, Mrs. Susan Coins, at was"A included cave people,flap from.
home on Griffis Loop. from the '20s, and a bride and .
Directing friends and in the'80s. Love was certainly -
Diann Douglas SpeaksAt the home were colored balloons theme of the banquets.I John
Homemaker's Meeting the mailbox. says,"...there is no fear in lover HOME ENTERTAINMENTBradford
The refreshment table perfect love casteth out fear.
Diann Douglas, Home Economics covered with a lace cloth Valentine banquets were not a Square Shopping Center
centered with an of human love ,
Extension Agent, gave a talk on arrangement per say
"Stretching Dollars in Shopping"at white and red carnations, rather the love that Jesus Christ 964-6946 & TAPES
the Bradford County Homemaker'sClub and roses.Assisting in serving for mankind, in that while
meeting on Feb. 14, in the Janice Hamner and April were yet sinners,Christ died for
Agriculture. Building.Ms. nieces of the honoree. Boom Box Sr -* ON
enlightened the '
members in,reading the labels,read First Baptist Church You Know........... AM-FM Cassette 119 9 5 GUITAR SALEMini
open products dating by check product competition evaluation of Valentine's Day BanquetsThe Recorder .
brands andnational visitors of Mrs. Joan T. '
checking generic, store
flavor and for texture.colcr, liquid Some, maturity, celebrated First Valentine's Baptist Day Nead and family,David were Froshier George of Tam and (( STRINGS

tasted and evaluatTheseprocedures productswere their annual banquets for both Candice Whitelowe and Randy All
will help the consumer youth and adults. of Jacksonville, and John Types ))
of Ft. Lauderdale.
Theme for the youth banquet
Sanyo to Choose
Cass. .from....


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I February 28 at 7 p.m. SEETHE W w> I

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Sapp Retires After 24 Years...

.' ACING I Hazel Sapp Is retiring after driving a Bradford Coun-
ty school bus for the past 24 years and was honored
recently with a luncheon party at the bus barn.
David M.Morrison Jr. I In all those :24 years she has had only one near-
accident on a foggy morning when a power line had
Mr. and Mrs. David Morrison of sagged across the road. No one was hurt and no real
Keystone Heights announce the I damage was done, "but It was a brand new bus," she
birth of a son, David M. Morrison says.
Jr.. born Dec. 21 in Shand's Operations Director Lennard Register left) and
Teaching Hospital.Gainesville. Superintendent Jim Duncan (right bid farewell to

Maternal grandparents are Hilda I _Mrs. Sapp (center). __.. __._. ....
and Norman Johnson of Keystone I
Heights. Paternal grandparents are
Buddy and Marie Morrison of I yre

Starke. Bradford Middle

Pine Level Youth School News
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Valentine BanquetThe ,

youth of Pine Level Baptist Artist of the Week Artist of the Week
Church enjoyed a Valentine Banquet February 4 February 12
Friday Feb. 15, in the churchfellowship + I
hall with approximately t Kim Gumming Jonathan Holt and Rosa Coins Tommy Kinchen and
40 in attendance.The Brittian Thornton did renderings of John Richie did drawings of ancient

delicious meal consisted of moths In-pencil.. -. .Greek. vases in marker and pencil.
roast beef whipped potatoes green -
beans rolls and a variety of
homemade pies made by the ladiesof

The the church.banquet room was decorated

hearts appropriately and flowers.with red and pink SAVING WITH c

The program began with several
fun games for everyone to enjoy.
Michael Starling, son of Rev. and ,
Mrs.Marty Starling,missionaries to

and Mexico accompanied sang "If That himself Isn't on Love"the, HERE'S HOW TO USE YOUR CASH DIVIDENDS WHENYOU'RE .

guitar.tional about Rev.Starling"Love' ,brought in which a he devo us- SHOPPING FOR MORE SAVINGS!

ed each letter of"L-O-V-E"to make '
appropriate points-Life Others Vision ,iliJb,w.J sJ
evening was 1 9 3 '
all the couples and individuals have COUPDH,... ,. .,1 EVERY$500YOU I J 7 COUPONS FILL ANY ONE OF THIS WEEKS.
ing their pictures taken with a large "- SPEND ONE CERTIFICATE CASH DIVIDEND SPECIALS.CAMPBELL'S
white heart as the background.
-f Cash Cash Cash N-, Cash .
Did You Know Dividend) ( Dividend Dividend {Dividend DividendSpeda1

Special SpedriI SpedaJ

Seven-year-old Mathew Combs,
son of Mr.and Mrs.Gene Combs anda HYGRADE
BMX race Feb. 9 in Homestead and PURE PORK
first Feb. 10 in Miami and placed FRANKS
first in the National event both days. SAUSAGE

Mr. and Mrs. William Gilfillan of
Southern Pines N.C. are Thursday
to Sunday guests of Mrs. Ruth
Merlie. i

Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Williams at- I I II
tended the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition -
in Charleston S.C. from
Thursday to Sunday.

Mike Frick of Orlando spent the I
weekend with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. W.J. Frick.

Mrs. Marion Moyer of Jackson-
ville spent the weekend with her
grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Futch and Mr. and Mrs. Donald

Thornton.. -* ; ., .." 'ri' '. ,
Mr.and Mrs.Steve Cajka and Mr. e PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS'. FEB 21 THRU-- 2 I

Cleveland and Mrs. Ohio Lester were Kalbrunner last Tuesday of WED,RIGHTS FEB 27,RESERVED 1985 QUANTITY ft Pays To Sho p Pantry Pride

to Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. F7

Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers visited
his uncle Harold Holmes in the Itoy'i1
hospital in Palm Beach over the

Attending the State Fair in Tampalast
Thursday were: Harry Fertig
Mrs. Flossie Prescott Hazel ROYAL '
Richards Mabel Sanders, Don -
Crews Doris Lamb,Susie Brannen, GELATIN
Alec and Marie Saiagen, Travette ALL FLAVORS .
and June Smith Gertrude Wentz, CEREAL 3.Z BOX .
Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Oswell, Nancy
Frye Jennie Ferda and Myrtle '
Ward, all of the Senior Citizen's $129; 3/89t TENDER TASTY HICKORY
Dr. and Mrs. A.R. Furnas of Fm HFRYERDOC
Massillon Ohio, were Monday luncheon -
guests of her brotherinlawand ALPO FOOD ZU50Z .59
sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles 5L8 THIGHS or DRUMSTICKS


.and Mrs.Brad Carter and son PETER PAN CREAMY OR CRUNCHY 5LB .
of Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Keith PEANUT BUTTER. 18021.69 69 AVG. 79' .
Carter and son of St. Petersburg PER PKG.
spent the weekend with their parents POUND
and grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Maxie Carter Jr.and Mr. and Mrs. MARKET STYLE
Maxie Carter Sr. o f US.DA TOP CHOICE
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosbywere R BONELESS $179

in Los Angeles Thursday to ROUND STEAK 3 LBS & OVERLAND LB
Tuesday of last week visiting his
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and u11
Mrs. Elmer Jones. { a FROST

Feb. 12 Duplicate Bridge Club HINES STYLE 99 SMOKEDSOFT $159
results were: first < Cecelia Ter- PORK RIBS
willegar and Lone Francis; second- BISQUICK 3 LBS & OVER LB TURKEY HAM ,
Yvonne Reichman and Jen COOKIESASSORTED I
Tyrholm; third Louise and Jack BAKING MIX :

Larry Dansby of Perry was Sun- GROUND:=, La1.99 STEAKS EN ooUl1.39 FISH FILLETS U1.39 ;:I
Mrs. R.O.Dansby. 12OZPKG.. 4OOZPKG.. .U.69 CHICKEN PKG 1.69 FLOUNDER. AS 1.69
Mrs. Fred Thomson and son SANDWICHES OYSTERS 000 ':=3.89 SHRIMP 00.00 =2.99
Todd, of Tallahassee, visited Mrs. Bl.'CKFLAQ 1WO
W.H. Thomson and Mr. and Mrs. ROACH MOTEL 0 0 COUNT 1.29
Jim Womack over the weekend. FROZEN DAIRY/DELI
Ida Shaw,Freda Judd, Elna GREEN GIANT 100% PUREPANTRY
Schaffer and Myldred Cuttino spent BREAD BUTTER ? _, OSCAR MAYER
and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of CHICKEN

with Merritt his mother Island ,spent Mrs. L.H.the weekend Gibson. : 69 $179.HALF $149

Io PKG.. .
l .

$ FRENCH FRIES aaoz 1.09 'LYKES HAM 0 .ioz2.39" MOZZAREUA.o. 121.89
2/$1 21.9 CHEOOAM! OR
In part of Australia it was believed BAG LB SALUTO PIZZA Boz3.79 auCEDPIStfIItHOHI.. ..99 MOZZARELIA 4oz .79
thunder caused turtles to come out ..
of the water.


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I Lawtey.' News .., ................................................................................................................................... .....................'" ...........,..............................................................................

by Elizabeth
Terry Oscar Carter, on Sunday afternoon and went to Orange Park and played '
phone 782-3300 Wayne Hardee and Mike Weeks of Mrs. Genelle Underwood
Feb. 10.Steven. and of Green gave their Tiffany
games ate at Show Biz Pizza. Grandin granter
Personals... Hardee and mother, Mrs. This was all done for his birthday. day went to Lakeland, Ga. Fri Cove Springs spent Saturday with King, a washer
Wayne Hardee. bird hunting for the weekend her mother, Mrs. Earl Prevatt. 12th birthday. She had 15-18 of
and other children, Mrs. Laura Cavalair and sister
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sponholtzand attended a barbecue at the home of Dena of Fort Lauderdale visited and came back Saturday night. Henry Hodges attended the stock her friends from Jacksonville and
family of Keystone Heights her their Miss Sharon Tyler of Starke and cal races at Daytona International Mrs.Geneva Hodges took them on a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
visited their cousins Mark
Mr. and Mrs. Hodges were married Speedway on ride 'I'iUis
Carter at Carter Saturday. : and childrenChu .
Clay Hill.
They there Tuesday and
Wednesday. Feb. 4 at City Hall, Lawtey, by Mrs. Lavonia Griffis of Starke k and Judy Seamour and family
Millard< Cox Martha Futch and Miss Elizabeth Christy Shaw, Christy Wilson Gia
Appliance & Air Conditioning Service LP GAS Terry. Parish, Charlene and Jimmy
Mr. and Mrs. Billy King, Jr. and Stephanie King. Gina and Chuckle
[ OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 AM 7 PM children of Louisville, Ky.,are spen- Robert Wilkison and Little Toni andBrandt.
964-J462] Ice Gasoline & Diesel Fuel RV Supplies Convenience Store ding four days with their parents, .
Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr. Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Jr. returned
Service and Repair on: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilkison took home from Louisville Ky.on Feb.5.
their mother, Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Mrs. Ann Starling and son,Daric
All Major Appliances Air Conditioning Sr., to Live Oak to spend the of Jacksonville attended services
Refrigeration ElectricalJOE weekend with her son and daughter- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
..,. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Charles Starling and family. They
COX, OWNERRt. Wilkison and family. spent the afternoon with them and

2, Box 2116 (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd.) Starke. Florida 32091 Hwy. 301 South 964-8484 Mrs. Virginia Jenkins of Hilliard other relatives.Mrs. .
STARKE KOA KAMPGROVNDm spent Sunday night and Monday with Linda Lee of Palm Harbor
her mother Mrs. O.J. Anders. visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
Mr and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison,.Jr. over the weekend.Mrs. .
Pearl Campbell is patient
1 1' in Shand's Hospital, Gainesville, on
the 6th floor. Our prayers are with
Redeem it for a

Q g Cash Dividend t +t 5H. news...
Grace United Methodist Church
Special. had their monthly fellowship supperat
the church on Sunday night.
____ .

Get an extra fast Bon Complete us Certificate: this t ; Q 1 ID ""o Valentine Rotarians Ladles'EntertainAt Party Night

start with only 2 Cash r- m u u I ried A Valentine's out at the annual Day theme Rotary was Ladies car-
on saving t
au0 night held last Friday at the Starke
.0l Dividend 1 1 N 0roCuDe,,iwe Golf and Country Club.
coupons sa5 trio- Over 75 Rotarians, Rotary Anns,
0 F ea, and guests enjoyed a group of
-t nostalgic tunes sang by Sylvia Red-
7 Cash Cash -- --- ?: Cosh '-- G r dish, with piano and guitar accom-
( Dividend [Dividend Jividend] ) D/1 1a paniment by Jimmy Alvarez. Heart-
shaped boxes of Valentine candy
Specia1 Specia1 Specia1 werre given as favors to Rotary
been honored as Paul Harris
GALLONMILK ORANGECARROTS Fellows were recognized at this
time. Harris organized the first
Rotary Club in Chicago in the early
JUICE JUICE 1000s, and it has grown to be an in-
ternational organization with clubs
around the world.Hampton.


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by Dolores Meng
I 'HITENOUSEA phone 468.1615Condolences.

Sympathy is extended to the fami-
Cr.amofushroom ly and friends of Leslie Jones who
i died on Monday, Feb. 18.

i Cecil Mattheus is a patient at
North Florida Regional Hospital in
Gainesville, room 517.
Mrs Pauline Dishman entered
'\ Bradford Hospital,Inc.last week for

ti .E Selectionaid observation Rudy DeWaters and treatment.underwent
surgery week.in AJachua General Hospitallast

Clarence Adkins is critically ill at
t PRODUCED BAKERY Ocala Memorial Hospital. He is a
former resident of Hampton.
i' D 1.00 Visitors...

; Mrs.Clarice Adkins accompaniedher
r 1
PAK daughter, Mrs. Helen Richardsof
"t MUFFINS .59
< r Ocala, to Ft. Pierce on Saturday.
t oaf Jt 1 PANTRY PRIDE HOT DOG OR s They spent some time with her
HAMBURGERBUNS3 PAK 1.49 brother, Herbert Priester, who is in
.r I 8t PANTRY PRIDE serious condition at the Lownwood

{. FRENCH BREAD 2 ST1CI 180Z(.09 Medical Center there.They returned
.:. home on Monday.
Among those visiting Mr.and Mrs.
: l)} HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS John Weimer and family are Harry
i', ) Weimer,Sam Colmer,Joe, Ann and
., SHAMPOO OR RINSE Crissy Colmer, all of Lonaconing
:: ,,_ VIDAL SASSOON .1 PtUS2.49. County, Maryland. They plan to
relocate in this area when housing is
REMOVER. oz .79

Q-TIPS couSrl.69 Friday, Feb. 22 was originally
TOMATOESAPPLES THINS REGULAR OR SUPER designated as a school planning day.
However, this will be a regular
KOTEX MAXI PADS coo:2.79 school day for students as one of the

makeup days when school was clos-
: E : ed due to freezing weather.St. .
49 49 BEER

PER 6 PACK Edward's News...
On Sunday, Feb. 24, the Christian

E BEER $-188' Dinners Youth spaghetti Organization are dinner priced in at the is$3 sponsoring with parish special hall.a

1a L 1A .G. rates for children and Senior
? MA..U.U Citizens. Serving will take place
A ( ". IBS52: from 11 a.m. til 6 p.m.
: ", .':5CT. !.CASH" _' ;, 1 Lenten Services
p I Beginning Feb. 21, special Lenten
8 PACK 160Z services will take place at St. Ed-
l-N ward's Catholic Church.This will in-
FRESH 3 LBBAG COKE DIET COKE 9 i G tJ clude Stations of the Cross and
l i TAB MELLO YELLO. I Benediction of the Blessed Sacra-
r/ SPRITE OR MR. PIBBWTH DEPOSIT I ment scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.on
THIS COUPON all Thursdays during Lent.
"Ii __ RENEW In ProgressThe
GRANNY SMITH OH NEW YORK MciNTOSH \ ", ti ( : Sunday Feb. 17. Season II carries
\< the theme, "Our Response to the
\ ;' LEAN SPICY $199 Lord's Call".

79 YOUR 99 PASTRAMI' POUND Last weekend RENEW leaflets
. PER wt CHOICE were distributed to parishioners suggesting
special Scripture readingsfor
,POUND WASHINGTON STATE WINESAP 3 CHOPPED HAM. . .Po 01.39 each day during the Lenten
LS 1 .5 9: season. Also included were card-
board rice bowls which are to be us-
WASHINGTON STATE ed for collection: of money saved
OR GOLDEN LUNCH BOX SIZE 5 I B BAG YOUR CHOICE COLESLAWBAMOUE . . .POUND .89 funds are to be later donated to the
q needy at home and abroad.On .
DELICIOUSAPPLES 39 APPLES59 CHICKEN DINNER.x'1.89 Friday night. Feb. 22. Father
LB OR VIRGINIA STAYMAN. John Shea of Chicago addressed
RED ROME OR RED YORK HOT RED TO CATBARBGUE Small Group Leaders and Pastors of
CHICKENS 1.59 the St. Diocese the subject
BOSe OR LUNCH BOX SIZEI89' Augustine on
FRESH FRESH BAKEO "Theology of Story Telling".
D'ANJOG GREENCABBAGE JUMBO KAISER ROLLS O/.CO This is designed to implement the
EATING PEARS 29 Christian story in the Small Group
,LB FRESH BAKEO Meetings now being conducted
CHILEAN RYE BREAD.89 throughout the Diocese.Bishop John
CHILEAN owe DOZEN Snyder was among special guests at-
LARGENECTARINES 69; LARGE RED 7'tnRJH'ODOHUTS.1.79' tending the lecture, at St. Joseph's
79 IIPICV CNRT parish hall in Jacksonville.

PLUMS LB LAYER CAKE. . . c'3.49 parish Those at representing the presentation St. Edward's were Dr.

William Marchese RENEW Coordinator

__ .... ....- John Wadonkyt Mr. and
0 oar i COUNTY TO cuniowniKMVMiwiiviTMiMnKTio 'Mn..1boma.
.OPaol.>n>MAUM,not__F" Iria.AtKU0M Mixon and Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Meng.t. .

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On the Grow. \. .... r II" t
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Bradford Chapters Celebrate National FFA Week i 4 i f

Members of the Bradford These pines have been cut periodically, but only in t' ti "" +
High School junior and senior part. A part of the stand was cut and sold to pay for the t
chapters of the Future Farmers building of a machine shed which houses the tractorsthe ;
Trep of America are uniting with students use in their farming operations.The :.f -
G r. FFA'ers from across the United FFA'ers recently burned off the underbrush on ; / cpcp -----" -

!S.o FFA c ; States to celebrate National some of the pine stands on the farm with assistancefrom
L'1 FFA Week. the Forestry Service in cutting firebreaks and ,1
= :\ ,. ", .z.Beginning on Saturday, Feb. supervising the burning.
's..l ', ;:;, 16, local members will participate
c 4icu t ju in a schedule of activities More Than Just Trees... : f

.1 u u lasting through Satur- But, the FFA program at BHS includes more than -
day, Feb. 23, in order to salute just trees and tree management. The students learn tit"i .
and promote their organization.BHS first hand about poultry management with a chicken i ,
Chapter President Donna Dorminey, says the coop on the farm where they must feed and care for the -
Bradford junior and senior chapters are planning their chickens and pick up the eggs. t
activities around this year's theme, Agriculture There is a greenhouse where the students learn to .
Number 1, Support FFA and Vocational Agriculture" raise and care for house plants and ornamental shrubs. ;
"We're excited about telling the community what The learn livestock production including, besides
we're doing,"says Dorminey. She explains that FFA is poultry, dairy and beef cattle and horses. The students
an organization of students of vocational agriculturewho also learn something about goat and sheep production
are preparing themselves for a career in although the farm does not have any goats or sheep at
agriculture."Our this time.
involvement in FFA now means people are get In the spring an extensive garden will be planted on
ting ready" to work in the agriculture industry in the the farm to teach the students about crop farming.The .
future, she says. students gain first hand knowledge of another
Scheduled activities include an agricultural exhibitin dimension of agricultural education at the two fish
the BHS library, news articles, radio commercialsand ponds on the farm. The largest of the two ponds was
participation in the Food for America Program,as dug out and the topsoil put on the BHS football field.
well as other school activities. The FFA'ers are in the process of planting Virginia
National FFA Week coincides with the date of pine around the ponds as a windbreak.
George Washington's birthday. Washington was
recognized as a master farmer on his Virginia plantation Trying to Pay Their Way...
and the National FFA Center in Alexandria standson I
land that was formerly a part of his estate. With projects like cutting the trees to pay for the tit Y'a f t
machine shed and selling cattle raised by the chapteron
FFA's 57th Year... the farm, the FFA'ers turn their educational experiences -
into money-making activities. Although the
FFA has been preparing young people for careers in is not
program entirely self-supporting, they do
agriculture since 1928. Now, with over 8,300 local to of their
manage pay part own way. '"-
chapters and nearly half a million members, the
organization realizes the importance of reaching and New Barn Now In Use... Green, Growing Things...
maintaining a high level of excellence. With its attention -
concentrated on preparing for tomorrow, FFA intends The most recent addition to the farm is a barn built Henry Turner waters the plants In the greenhouse on rooting other types of greenery on the farm where they
to reach and maintain a standard of excellencethat by the school district at the end of last year. The 5,000 the I-FA'ers FFA farm gain practical hands-on experience In the field of
will keep agriculture number one here and square-foot barn was built at the end of the last school are growing decorative house plants and agriculture.
abroad. year and provides a dry, safe place for the FFA'ers to
The Bradford FFA program places a great deal of keep their livestock. With the periodic rains that are
emphasis, not only on knowledge gained through class accepted as normal in this area, the livestock used to
work and study, but on the kind of practical hands-on have to stand in deep mud at times, but no more. The
experience the students gain at the FFA farm locatedon barn is well insulated and provided with both electricity 3'd
SR-301. and water.
"Over the past several years the school board, w wf

Farm Experience Important... superintendent and principals have been very ..
cooperative. They have allowed us to run this programas
The farm consists of 170 acres purchased by the
we were trained to run it and they have been in-
Bradford County School Board from Hogan Smith in
strumental facilities Hut-
helping us get new says
the early 1940's. Some 70 acres are taken up with chins.

pasture, buildings, fish ponds, and fields. The remain The Bradford FFA'ers are taught, among other
ing 100 acres consists of planted stands of several typesof things, principles of occupational agriculture natural
pines, including slash, long-leaf and Virginia pine. resources and wildlife management fundamentals of
Bradford FFA Director Paul Hutchins says that one agriculture and practical agriculture.The .
of the goals of the program is to have examples of practical agriculture program was begun this
every kind of tree in Bradford County available to the year and aimed at those students who have not had '
students for study so they can learn to care for and vocational education. The legislature now requires 45 ) b
identify various varieties days of a vocational education course in order to y is
The FFA'ers also have a fruit orchard that was just graduate from high school.
recently planted on the farm. The students will gain The curriculum includes 37 specific skills the
first-hand knowledge in the special care needed for students should be taught including identifying
plums, pears and grapes. Hutchins says that they planto vegetables, trees, fetilizing properly etc. a yi
get in more fruit tree cuttings soon to enlarge the orchard The students in this class learn how to plant seeds 1

and care for plants through the seedling stage. The
The FFA'ers also have another' orchard including pwp9rs U-
students in the principles of agriculture class then
maple and magnolia at the farm. takes those seedlings and plants them in the FFA l itI i:
The main pine stand on the FFA farm is 32 years old garden on the farm in the spring. Piggy-Back? Larry t
and Hutchins remembers helping plant the stand whenhe Feltner and other FFA'ers had to ii
first came to BHS in 1953 to work with agriculture catch the
(See FFA... P.llA) pigs they are raising on the
teacher B.R. Ferguson who has now retired. farm, and transfer them Into. ,the.new.
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Leroy Griffis goes out for a ride on one of two horses the FFA'ers keep
at the farm. Horses are an Important part of many farming operationsand Breakfast Anyone?... (L-RTodd McCloud. Henry Turner, Troy Townsend and Larry Feltner
the FFA'ers learn how to care for them. examine some of the pine stands that cover about 100 acres of the 170-acre
.. Donna Shadd collects eggs from the chicken coop on the FFA farm. FFA farm.
... -------or The FFA'ers compete in contests on the local, state and national levelsIn The FFA'ers have harvested some of the pine in past years to help ..
which they fudge poultry and other farm animals. finance their program. :

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Whole Lot of Bull... '
Keeping Bradford County On the Grow... ;
) Leroy Grllfls.
Danny Rangerine and Quin Adams discuss the
care of the FFA steer the chapter is raising for the Bradford County FFA Instructor Paul llutchlns and Dale Fields plant pine trees around for the pond that was dug out not long ago. -
F.lr one of two fish ponds at the FFA farm. The trees will provide a windbreak The topsoil from the pond was used on the BUS football field. ,;:


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Senior ChapterMissy

Allen Irving Meres
Doug Ashley Paul| McKinney
ry9 i! III Sarah Benefleld Yancy Miller
I loren Boone Evan Mosley

lynn Bowen Jim Norman
Willie Coley James Parker

J I O Raymond Couey Sandy Parker
Brenda Curtis
Stacy Parrish
\ ; 'I .\. Ernest Crawford Clarence Pendarvls
itzI Crosby
Evelyn Pennel
\ \ ,
\,\\\" '' \\I ( 1 James Degraff Marshall Phillips
\ Donna Dorminey Jason Polk
Julie Dorminey Chuck Ross
'\ \ /r > Timothy Dudding Kim Sapp
t Craig Folstreaux
I\, I\ut-,; Brena Skeen
,l:I l 1 l1iMili 1 :: iI Jerry Feltner Bridget Skeen
1:'\ I Sherri Gaskins Owen Southerland
Chuck Goodowns
John Green Lisa Spivey
Leroy Griffis Neal Stabler

d'2a Tim Harper Kristy Starling
Michael Starling
Kyle Harrison Percy Sullivan
Vickie Hudson
Wesley Thomas
Marty Hunter Andy Underhill
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1' 1 I 11 :: ._ __ Tony Hutchins Johnny Watterson
) David Jones Lee White
y /li Ronald
/ Keedwell
SltllYlnl ll l I 111TTi- Raymond White
Marty Lawson Jamie Whitehead
Jimmy Lewis Greg Wilkerson
Aaron Matthews Kenna Wilkerson
Belinda Melson Amy Williams


The National 1 Future Farmers of America is a national, educa-

tional agricultural, non-profit students.We non-political. organization of, by and for vocational ri ;{ l

salute those members of our local chapter of the FFA during

National Future Farmers of America Week, February 16th through Junior ChapterBobby

23rd and we extend our appreciation for their work with tha youthof Adams Thomas Moon

our community, promoting leadership and agricultural vocational(:; Quincy Adams Dawn Mosley
Darren Allen Lisa Mosley
expertise. Lori Alvarez Stacey MosleyLee

Austin Tracy
Badcock HomeFurnishings Hayes Electric Loretta Austin Sherri Moss
Johnny Barnes Duane Mott
Acme Hardware Center & Air Conditioning Donald Beeman Gene Murphy
Amy Black Eric Nazworth
":.* '301 E.Cal-98616: :JSawyer 355 N. Temple-964-8744
128 S. Walnut-964-5289 Kenneth Boone Lisa Nettles
Lori Cason Dale Norman
Lottie Cole Kenneth NormanNannette

Gas & Appliance Lake Chevy-Olds Douglas Battery Lacheron Conway Conway Kim Kevin Norman Norman

Roy Conway Marlene Osteen
332 W.Madison-964-7701 Hwy 301 N.9647500Community 407 N. Temple 964.7911 Kim Crawford Stacey Palidino

John Creighton Randall Polk
964.6078 Hal Davis Brian Prevatt
Bank JacksonBuilding Chris Douglas Andrew Roberts

Thomas Auto Parts Amy Dowling Mike Rourke Rowe
Supply Roger
811 S.Walnut 964.7830 Larry Feltner
Stacey Sapp
430 S.Temple 964-5 611 Stark |Il yttone Heights- Lake Butler David Gaskins Angie Schlosser

Billy Gault Billy Stroud

Corbett's. Charley E. Johns Tish Goss Andy Smith
S & W Muffler Robin Griffis Randall Smith

Tires & Service Agency Inc. Billy David Heavner Hamilton Brad Stroble
Angle Syssklnd
Hwy 301 954-5677 402 N.Temple9646436Williams 131 S.Walnut-964-5070 Kenneth Heiken Earl Terrell

Jeff Hodges Denny Thompson
George Roberts Skyline Joe Kroenert Chad Thornton
Jewelry John Kune James Thornton

Insurance' 100E.Call-964.7064-BradfordSquare-964-84-85 Home Center Kevin Robert Linzy Liznicka Andy Robert Tison Thorpe

988 UTempte-964.7826Mitchell's H wy 301 N.9644414Terwillegar Edward Lloyd Waylon Townsend

David Marchant Jimmy Underhill
MotorsKeystone Shane Martin Justin Wadsworth
Drugs Terwillegar Motors HeightsSB Gregg Mayben George Watson
Shane McRae Priscilla Welch
127 E.Cap 964-7810 206 W.Madison-964-7200 21.473-FORD Leslie McKinney Stephanie Welch

"" Russell Miscolly Frank Wilkes
322 S.Walnut -964-8568
ER Tiffin & Owens StarkePower Keith Moody Amy Williams
Lisa Moody Allen Wood
Forsyth PlumbingHwy
I nc. REALTOR Equipment Tammy Moody Marvin Wright
301 S.-984-5261!
221 W.Lafayette-964.50

Farmers Mutual FFAFrom
Starke Shoe Repair Hometown TV ( Page IDA)

Gold Kist 964-6424 Projects...
017 N.Temple-
120 E.Cal9846281Alligator I 2226 N. Temple -96d-78T1
RrtNBQHH BH" BH"" BIflp "" In addition to classroom sessions
and trips to the farm, the studentsare
encouraged to complete a project
at home which can be anythingfrom
Creek Allen'sRanch raising bees to earthworms to
steers for the steer show. Each project
is done with profit-making in
110f6Office Supplies mind. Because after all, a farmer
must cessful.make money in order to be suc

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301 S..964-6973 -- \13 E.-964-8925 On Monday, March 4, the state
horticulture contest will be held in
Orlando.On .
Saturday, March 9, a special
school session for judging livestock
poultry, dairy, beef and vegetableswill
be held in connection with the
The state finals will be held at a
later date and then the students will
have to prepare for the Bradford
WEEK, FEB. 16-23 County Fair.
This summer Raymond White
will represent the Bradford FFA in
the state FFA public speaking con
test. This "outstanding young man"
won the district public speaking contest -
,saysllutchina.February .

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Tornadoes Surge: : to Big Upset Over Top-Ranked Middleburg

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The Bradford High five beat Class "Friday i night we were just flat. with 14 points. co five finally got the game tied 53-53 for which he received congratulatory Bradfordp |.lmr a+l*. .......... -!"

3A and third ranked Middleburg We couldn't have beaten anybody," Chandler had 17 rebounds,Cooper with 1:53 left, Middleburg finally pats and handshakes Caapar a-M.fettrwli b_" .1-1-3..I*.Harrall ratals' MM7.MMeiaftvr 1+2,.'._
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57.53, were bombed by Hawthorne, says Sexton of the loss to 11 and Ron Brown 8. ,made the mistake fouling deadeye from all his teammates. One Ben 7..17. Mr**** .+.. Oliver I-4-1S. Tetals
then came back with a satisfying Hawthorne. Asked if he substitutedin It was the third highest scoring Daren Chandler. wonders if they'd left Herbie. alone MMS.Hawthorne.
65-50 win Tuesday night at Santa Fe the loss Coach Sexton said he Just game for Chandler, who has had 43 Chandler made the first free throwto with his anger whether he'd have "75 BUS 57
High left the starting five in and let them and 39 points previously. put BUS up by one, 54-53. with 48 made the second shot.! _
BHS is 134 going into the final "suffer through it". SPH 11 1 i* n s* seconds left on the clock. BUS then Quick Utowthorne" blew away the
game of the season at home tomorrow The Hawthorne squad, which .MI }.*.11, i* i n .i called time out, after which Up one point, 13-12, after the first visiting Tornado five 75-57 last Friday .
Bradfordllamy Chandler
night (Friday, Jan. 22) with make it to the state final four two Cooper_II. Mitchell.. l-t-1. Brawn l-a-i,III.oia.esI Chandler missed the second free BUS rolled up a nine pointlead night, Peb.15.t
Baker High. The Tornado five .Is years ago is exceptionally quick, +!. Totals I..-... throw. After a scramble BHS re- by winning the secondperiod quarter Three BftS players scored in dou-
undefeated at home this season and and as BHS found out, on any given Santa FaBarber" M-s, Nichols S-M, May bounded, got its. fast break going, 2212. Zippy quick passes kept the ble figure but it didn't stop
is threat beat l-C-4, Issai ll-O-J. Janklns }!*, waadan 1+*, Chandler's ofl Hawthorne's faster scoring rate.
Coach Mike Sexton hopes to keep night a to anyone. Praanay 1-,-2. Totals 11, -M. and final bucket with 25 Broncos balance and allowed
that record intact. Bradford blew a seconds left put BHS up 56-53. BUS to work the basketball inside to Daren Chandler had a game-high 25
13 point halftime lead in Macclenny BHS 65 S.Fe 50 BUS Middleburg 53 Everybody knows Herbie Cooperhas Daren Chandler and Herbie Cooper. points, Robert Bellamy 13 and HerDie '
BHS led trouble with free throws. But BHS was up by six 47-41 at the Cooper.Four HH players were
this year, and got beat about 13 After a tight first quarter, Third-ranked Class 3A Middleburg ,
points. all the way. High, which had beaten the BHS five make Cooper mad and it's a dIf- end of the third period. BHS was still in double figures, Including

Baker will be the final regular BUS was up by one 12.11 after the handily in Middleburg, found it a different ferent story.Knocked up four points, 53-49.with 3:55: left in sophomore Donald Ray's 24 points.
flat on his back an intentional the game. But Tornadoes Robert Hawthorne opened up an 18-9 first
season home game for five Tornado first period.In story in Starke last Thursday by
seniors: Robert Hankerson, Sam the second quarter BHS got night, Feb. 14, going down 57.53 to and too rough foul by Mid- Bellamy, Herbie Cooper twice, and period led and outscored BHS in
Norman. Robert Bellamy, John things going when Daren Chandler the unranked Class 2A Tornado five. dleburg's Tony Jefferson who stop- Simon Mitchell missed the front end every quarter except the third with
David Francis and Daren Chandler. scored 10 points of his 36 Mitchell BUS led Middleburg-High all the ped a last-second sure-thing lay-up of one-and-one free throw chances as BHS winning 1814.

Beating highflying Middleburg, things Bellamy had 4, and way until only 1:53 with a four- that would have iced the game for Middleburg fouled get the ball back.It Hawthorn BHS II t 14 It i 14* 14t 11 71
20-2( coming into the game, was a big and Ron Brown had 2 each for a 30-17 minute scoreless period in the fourth PIES, Cooper got up mad, and had to was apparently working, with Bradfordlamy| "1-U. Francis ..-.. Mar-
win for the Tornado five. "It was a BHS halftime advantage. quarter nearly doing the Tornado be restrained from approaching Jef BHS going scoreless for four man 1+2, Cn Mtr I1-1-1J, Caaaar 4-1-11, Mlr-
real emotional game," Coach Sexton Santa Fe won the third period 10-8( five In.Fouling. ferson. minutes.BHS chail1l..Teiaw j-f-17. .
says of the big win. In Middleburg but BHS built the lead to about 22 BHS players who missed Cooper then went to the free throw HawthornIMM Mac M-14. Janklns, .tar...11.1+4 Henderson, MannlntJ410

the Broncos easily handled the BHS points and started to substitute. their free throws, and getting the rebound line and bucketed one shot to put 13 22 12 10 67 1-1-7,, Outline t-.-., Williams t+.. Totals
five. Cooper had a big fourth period to get the ball back, the Bron- BUS up 57-53 with 14 seconds to go, MHS 12 12 17 12 53 11.11.". ...

y Lady Tornadoes Begin District Tournament Play TonightThe I

Lady Tornadoes absorbed two The Hornets led the quarters 10-6, HawthornTina Williams 7-MS Ta.Williams Mosely was driving underneath for earlier but Maria. Reddish, the girls'
..., Brown I-J-J, Watsan .
tough losses to Keystone Heights 16-13,29-23 on the way to the win in t--40. Hawkins Jl5.Tatals layups. leading scorer, did not play in that
1T and Hawthorne as they prepared for their final game of the season, and The Lady Indians jumped out to a game. .
(' this week's District 8 2A tournament their third in 15 starts. BHS droppedto Girls Fall to KHHS 15-4 lead in the first period and never
which will be held beginning 613. Keystone's sixth-ranked girls trailed.

Thursday night in Keystone. Playing without leading scorer were too much to handle in their own The BHS girls begin play: in the
Maria Reddish, BHS was led by gym as the Lady Indians swept to a opening round of the District 8 2A .Ht 4 1* 7 5- ifKHHS
Hawthorne 40 BUS 35 Felicia Davis with 16 points. But 71-29 victory in If II It 1* Mradfertf
Monday night tournament Thursday night in
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. The Hornets stung BUS 40-35 and Davis got little scoring support. Keystone Heights. Keystone Heights. The girls are Strickland t...., tartar l-i-4,Tyson*!.!Totals-
led all the way in handing the Bradford CHI 1 10 17 tt Marla Reddish and Tina Mosley seeded fourth and play Hawthorne in II.""
High varsity girls yet another Hawthorn 10 II 11 40 led the way for the Lady Tornadoeswith the first round game beginning at 7 Kavstana ..e.>ns ""I'. Temllnsan'' 1-4-10,
Bradford- Strickland" 2-+4. F. Davis *0Moslay -!., Brammer 1-1.11. Mc'addan t-tt, ....'..rn
defeat Friday night, Feb. 15, in 0+1. Oslnay t-l-J, Tyson 1-0-1 Kennedy 10 points each. Reddish hitting p.m.Hawthorne 1-.-.. OarrlMn I.t.!/ Baim 1+.. Ante -t-l
k '. Hawthorne. 1+1. Tatals IS-l-IS. her customary outside bombs while beat by the girls Totes 24611.were'Tony.
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BHS Baseball Squad Hits Mid-season Form. as Gainesville Eastside Goes DownThe I

.'" BHS baseball team won big; "the win in Gainesville for BHS. and eventually scored on when To tie-up the game, Doug Sam- plggs' at 2-5 and Mike
against the Gainesville Eastside Starting off on the right foot, BHS Eastside let another pitch get loose. mons came home with an unearnedrun Chappell At 24. Hal Wood, Doug
J .' Rams In the first game of the wasted little time in scoring three Jason Polk singled, but was stranded in the top of the third inning Sammons arid Jerry Roebuck had
J' ,j-1 ,. season, last Saturday,Feb. 16 with a runs in the led of the first inning. when the inning ended. after getting on with a walk.In doubles while Gerald Brown, Jason
..P".". :Jr" score of 95.Playing Tony Diggs off with a single and The Rams scored in the bottom of the fifth inning Brown and Polk and Brian Whitehead hit
,"" ,J: j ) the 3-A Rams at home in came home when Hal Wood bounceda the first on two singles and the single Mike Chappel scored a run apiece, singles.
Gainesville, the Tornados came double off the right field fence. error of the game by the Tornados.In moving the Tornados ahead for the
Class Act... away with their first outofdistrictwin Wood came across the plate when a the top of the second inning, rest of the game. For More SportsSee
Marla Reddish Is the top scorer foi in two seasons. pitch got away from the catcher. Diggs singled again and was able to

the Lady Tornadoes. Senior pitcher Gerald Brown took Mike-Chappell' ..got. on with a single steal- second.- -. He came home on a Leading hitters.,for.the.,,Tornados Page A-3

H monument for point of quested In the Petition. SMITH A HULSEY selling Unit No. '38 for ore required to file with 1413-1984-0003 ; as published In this
I I NoticesNOTICE beginning. From point of WITNESS my hand and SOO Barnett Bank back rent. Sole being this court WITHIN THREE JOHNSON. MARY notice Unless' proof of
Legal beginning thus described the seal of laid Court on Building held Saturday. March 2. MONTHS OF THE FIRST BEALLE 114 W. Madltor ownership Is presented
run North 72 degreesand the 29th day of January Jacksonville, Fl 32202 1989. at 10 a.m. on PUBLICATION OF THIS St., Starke. FL 32041. to the holder by April 30
circulation In Bradford 27 minutes West a 1985. ((904)) 399-7700 premise. NOTICE: ((1)) all claims 2104-1983-0842; LAM. 1985 the property will
OF INTENTIONTO County! Florida; not less distance of 108.76 feet too GILBERT S. BROWN Attorney for Plaintiff 2/14 2tchg 2/21 against the estate and VICTOR S.. 1030 b.d.llv.red'orcu.tody
REGISTER than one each week for concrete monument; Clerk ol Circuit Court 2/14 2tchg 2/21 ((2)) any objection by an Eastwood Dr., Stark, fl to the Comptroller of
FICTITIOUS NAME six consecutive weeks run thence South 17 By: Joan Epps NOTICEOF Interested person to 32091 0136-1984-0035; Florida. Thereafter all
prior to the return dot. degrees and 43 minutes Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF INTENTIONTO whom notice was mailed LORTON. J.W., 606 St. further claims must be
Pursuant to Section hereinabove designated.DONE Wect o distance of LOS FLORIDA, EIGHTH REGISTER that challenges the Anthony, New Orl Fdlr.cted to the Comptroller -
865.09. Florida Statute, AND ORDERED feet to a concrete monument Johnny R. Hobbs Jr. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FICTITIOUS NAME validity of the will, the LA 0267-1984-000: of Florida.
notice i I. h.r.by given at Jacksonville Florida. ; run thence South TERENCE M.' BROWN AND FOR BRADFORD qualifications of the Personal NOLAN. NEIL W.. RI. I. GERALD LEWISComptroller
that the undersigned, this 2nd day of 72 degree and 27 P.A. COUNTY CIVIL ACTION. NOTICE I I. hereby Representative, Box 1385. Starve,.,1:1:
BRUCE J. SCOn 1203 January. minute. East a distanceof Attorneys far Plaintiff CASE NOt W-SIO-CA given that ALAN BRUCE v, venue, or jurisdiction of 32091. 3969-1984-304 Of Florida
f Butler' Road P.O. Box 1985.HOWARD T. SNYDER 108.67 feet to a concrete 1/31 4tchg 2/21 t I GREENBERG. of Post Office "" th. court. PETERSON. FRANK C.:: 2212tchg228co

,2091, joint owners, doIng ( aforesaid Westerly IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, BANK OF Florida 32091 desiring to JECTIONS NOT SO FILED A., Rt. 1 Box 26 A. NOTICE
business' under th. 1/17 6lchg 2/21 boundary of Church EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR JACKSONVILLE a* engage under the fictitious Will BE FOREVER BAR Stark., FL 3209), INTENTION
firm name of BRADFORD Street run thence North CULT IN AND FOR BRAD Trustee for the HOUSING name of 2887-1984-004.1. i REGISTER
Box 1207 Storke Florida COURT, MIDDLE East along said Westerly CASE NO.: 84.429 BRADFORD''COUNTY. 737 S. Walnut Street Notice has begun on 21 MERRILL W., Rt. 2, Bois
32091. Intend toregister boundary a distance of FLORIDA Plaintiff' Starke. Florida 32091. In. February 1985.P."onal 149 A-2, Stark. H: Pursuant to Section
said fictitious JACKSONVILLE DIVISION 105 feet to point of TUCKER BROS., INC., a v. tend to register said fictitious Representative 32091. 0411.1984-0224; 869.09 Florida Statutes,
name under the Cat No. 84-1432 beginning.and Florida corporation. DONALD W. ROTH. name with the : JULIE P. MORRIS WIlllFORD. HORACt; notice is h.r.by given
aforesaid statute. Civ-J-16 you are ordered Plaintiff BRENDA J. ROTH FLEET' Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Post Office Box 197, Box 124 B. Rte 2. Stark, that the undersigned'
Dated this 07th day of and required Jo appear vs FINANCE. INC., f/k/a Bradford County lawtey Florida 32058.Attorney FL 32091' HILDA A. JOHNSON.
February A.D., 1985 In UNITED STATES OF and plead In said action, TRACY C. DIXON and SOUTHERN DISCOUNT Florida pursuant to the for Personal 082919840045. 444-H W. Madison St.,
Bradford County. AMERICA Plaintiff and file your answer LEATHA DIXON hi. COMPANY, a Florida provisions of Section Representative: Information concernIng Stark., FL 32091 sole
2/07 4lchg 2/28 vt. with the Clerk of this wife Defendants corporation Defen 869.09 Florida Statutes TOMLINSON 4 BROWN. the amount Or owner doing business
Court at Jacksonville! ,. dants. The Interest of each of the
THE ESTATE OF KATIE B. P.A.. description property und.r the firm name of
UNITED STATES DISTRICT WIMBERLY and the heir Florida and to serve a NOTICE OF SALE party In the business Is Post Office Drawer 40.Slork. (such a* unclaimed STARKE PAWN SHOP.
COURT. MIDDLE at law WINIFRED copy thereof upon the NOTICE OF SALE as follows: ALAN BRUCE .. Florida 32091 checking account, savings 444-H W. Madison St.,
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. SCHNEIDER daughter of Plaintiff' attorney Notice Is hereby given BY CLERK GREENBERG 100%. Telephone: 904/964-8272 accounts, utility Stark., FL 32O9I, Int.nd.d.po'ts. .
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Katie B. Wimberly. and Dorothea Beane, Assistant that pursuant to on Dated at Stark., By: Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr. stocks, bond. to register said fictitious
United States Attorney NOTICE IS HEREBY Florida this 5th day of 2/28 Insurance .
Case No. 84-1439 the unknown heir, order or a final judge 2/212tchg policies Of% name under the
Clv-J-12 'devisees, grantee., and Post Office Box ment of foreclosure GIVEN pursuant to Final February 1985. deposit boxes, etc.) arid aforesaid statute.Dated .
600 Jacksonville, Judgement of /s/Alan Bruce NOTICE the and Addresses .
assignees, llenor, entered In the obove- names this 19th day of
UNITED STATES OF creditor trustees. or Florida 32201 on or captioned action I will Foreclosure entered In GreenbergTERENCE of the holder 01 February A.D., 1985 In
AMERICA. Plaintiff other cla.mant by, before February 25. sail the property situatedIn this case, dated M. BROWN. NOTICE I I. hereby such personal property Bradford County.
vs. through under or 1989. If you fail to do so.judgement Bradford County, February 6, 1985, that I P.A. given that on Monday may be obtained by any 2/214tchg3/14
JAMES F, NORMAN and against THE ESTATE OF by default Florida described as: will sail to the highestand P.O. Draw.r40 March 04. 1989 at 10:00 person possessing an Interest
will be entered against Starke. FL 320912141tchg o'clock A.M. the undersigned In the by
CYNTHIA K. NORMAN KATIE B. WIMBERLY and See Exhibit "A" annexed best bidder for cash property
Defendants. all parties having a you for the relief hereto and made apart In the first floor lobby of 3/07 Gator addressing an Inquiry to
claim right title or Interest demanded In the com hereof: A parcel of the Bradford County Frelghtways, Inc. will! Gerald Lewis, State
ORDER OF SERVICEBY In the plaint.It land situated In the SE'/l Courthouse In Stark., NOTICE sell at public auction for Comptroller Attn: Abap". .
PUBLICATION Defendant propertytherein I I., ORDERED that the of the NW'/4 of the SE'/4 Florida at 11 a.m. on the cash at 2179 Commonwealth don.d Property Section. .. R '
above Notice of Suit and of Section 6, Township 6 28th day of February AN ENVIRONMENTAL Avenue, 202' Blount Street Third ,. ,
This cause came to be NOTICE OF SUIT Order for Unnamed South Range 22 East 1989. the following ASSESSMENT HAS BEEN Jacksonville, Florida Floor. Tollaho..... '.. .,: '
heard upon the verified and Defendant to Appearand Bradford County described property asset COMPLETED BY FmHA one lot of 284 cms.. Florida 32301 (904)( ) ""Ii.w": ,
motion of Plaintiff for an ORDER FOR UNNAMED Plead (Service by Florida; said parcel beIng forth In the Final concerning the construction plastic articles consignedto 487-OS10. The Jacksonville ,:0.,>> ,;
Order of Service by Publication) be published Judgement to-wlt: of 33 RRH units In Container Marine telephone number ,
DEFENDANTS TO more particularly
Publication and It appearing by th. United State described a* follow: Lot One ((1)) In Great KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Transport Jacksonville, for Information Is ((904))
that this action APPEARAND PLEAD Marshal In a newspaperof Commence at the Northwest Oaks Subdivision a subdivision Florida. FL, to satisfy freight and 339-6089. B. sure to
has been brought for the (SERVICE BYPUBLICATION general circulation In corner of said of a portion of The assessment show storage charges, under mention the account
Bradford County ed no significant environmental the of Section4b number AFTER th.
enforcement of a lien ) SE'/4 of the NWVi of theSE the Southeast Quarter provisions name
Florida not less than 1 Impact for of Uniform StandardBill
( )
against real property '/ and run N. 0001'50" (SE'of Southeast -
situated In Bradford once each week for six Quarter (SEVi), Section KEYSTONE VILLAGE to of Lading.
TO: ALl unknown heir' W., along the West line ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDSSeparate
County within th.Middle devisee, grantee, consecutive week priorto of the SE'of the NW'/. 29, Township 6 South be located on. S.E. 69th PI Gator Frelghtways' Inc.Carrier.
District of Florida and return date Range 22 East,!In the Cityof (Cortex Rd.)
aolgnee. llenor. of the SE'/i a distance of sealed
BIDS for the of
herelnobove' designated.DONE Any person who feels 02-579809 dtd 12-19-84 construction Commercial -
described follows/ Florida
as Starke according
: creditor, trustees, or AND ORDER 5' 73.9 feet to an Iron pipe; the review Is In error 2/212tchg 2/28 Vehicle Driving Rang. will be received by Bradford
West 100 feet of Lot 9 to plat of same
other claimant thence N. 81'49'00"E.
by should submit County School Board at the office' of the
a writtenstatement Superintendent at
at Jacksonville Florida
of Block 22 of the City of recorded In Plat Book 2,
under 628.7 feet Iron
through to an -
.outlining the Starke until 7:30 p.m.ollgh.. Savings Tim., March 25,
this 2nd of
,lawtey Bradford County day January page 66 public records NOTICE OF NAMES OF
against Katie B. Wimberly pipe on the W..t right
1989. specific environmentalconcerns 1989 and then at said office. publicly and read
Florida of Bradford .
according to deceased; and all way line of State Road County, PERSONS APPEARINGTO .
Rm. 248 201
to aloud.
the map or plat thereof other Ponies having or No. 16; thence run S. Florida. BE OWNERS OF
record at Plat Book 2. claiming to have any UNITED STATESMAGISTRATE 3900 E, along said West DATED this 11th day of N.W. Second St., ABANDONED PROPERTY Th. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS consisting, of Advertisement .
Page 61 of the public right title or Interest In right of way. line 54.77 F.bruary, 1989.GILBERTS.. OCALA FL 32670. within for Bids, Information for Bidders Bid, Bid Bond
15 of the dote of
records of Bradford the property hereinafter 4/17 6tchg 2/21 feet to o concrete monument .. BROWN day Pursuant to Section 13, Agreement General Conditions. Supplemental General
County Florida said described. on the East line of ClerkBy this notice.2/14 2/21 Chapter 717 Florida Condition., Payment Bond Performance Bond. Drawings,
property lying and being ,You are hereby IN THE COUNTY COURT the EV4! of sold NWVi of : Beulah MoodyDeputy .......2tchg. Statutes, entitled Specifications and Addenda may be examined at the
within Section 23, notified that an action OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL the SEV4; thence run S. Clerk "Florida Disposition, of following location:
Township 9 South Range has been Instituted CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CO04'29" W. along said 2/14 2tchg 2/21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Unclaimed PropertyAct" Owners: Bradford County School Board
22 East Bradford County against you In the above' BRADFORD COUNTY, East line, 143.99 feet to ........ THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL notice Is hereby Superintendent's Office, $t Florida Court by the United FLORIDA the point of beginning; NOTICEOF CIRCUIT IN AND FOR given that the persons Engineer: H.J. Kelley P.,. 4131 NW 13th St., Suite 224
and It further appear State ,of America for CASE NO. 84-518-CC thence continue S. INTENTIONTO BRADFORD COUNTY. listed below appear to Gainesville, Florida 32609.
ing that Defendant the enforcement of a lien 0004'29" W., along aid REGISTER FLORIDA be owner of unclaimed Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained
James F. Norman and against real property EARL R. GENDREAU. II, East line 104.00 feet; FICTITIOUS NAME PROBATE DIVISION personal or Intangible at the office of the Engineer located at: 4131 NW 13thSt.
Cynthia K. Norman can. situated In Bradford Plaintiff thence 1 IS. 89-38'10" W., CASE NO 83-07-CP property presumed .. Suit. 224. Gainesville, Florida' 32609 upon payment of
not be served within the'Stat. County within the Middle v*. 223.29 feet to the Pursuant to Section ((1-3607)) abandoned. THIS DOES S30.00 for each set.
of Florida; that it I I. District of Florida and BILL L. BUBY Defendant centerllne oa 60 foot 869.09 Florida Statutes, NOT INVOLVE REAL No refund will be mode for the CONTRACT
not practicable to serve described as follow: easement for Utilities notice Is hereby" given ,IN RE: The Estate of ESTATE. DOCUMENTS.
I them personally/ ; and A portion of the Northeast NOTICE OF ACTIONTO and general road pur- that the undersigned CHARLES A. MORRIS. Apparent Owners This prolect consists ot
I have not voluntarily ALBERNARD PERRY Deceased. ADAMS. DR., P.O. Box constructing approximately
they Quarter (NEK) of, t poses: thence run N. 38.960 Yard of
1 appeared herein' ; It I I. Southwest Quarter : Bill I. BUBY. OrrOI'SO" W.. along said Route 2, lox 197, 936. Starke, FL 32091, Square Qspholtte concr.t. road with
therefore (SWVi) and a portion of Residence Unknown. centerline 104.00 feet; Keystone Heights (Bradford NOTICE / Account Number 6-Inch llmerock bate on a' previously cleared and rough
ORDERED a* fallow: th. Northwest Quarter thence run N. oVSfflO" County). Florida OF ADMINISTRATION' 0267-1984-0001 i CHILD. graded roadbed. Alternate' bid for fin. grading the
1. Defendants Jome* (NW%) of Southeast YOU ARE HEREBY .E., .223.48 feet to the 32696 sole owner doing BIRNICI. shoulders, striping and on *|t. hauling of llmerock are Included
F. Norman and CynthiaK. Quarter (SE'of Section NOTIFIED that an action point of beginning. Said business' under the firm The administration of 1413-1984-0001; COIL,' llmerock I I. stockpiled' on lite.
Norman shall appear ,28, Township 6 South, for Breach of Contract parcel being Lot 2 of an name of Al'S PLUMBING the Estate of CHARLES A. 'FRED Rt. 1 Box 140. /s/F James Duncan.3uperintend.nt.
In this cause and plead. 'flange 22 East In the City and other relief hat been unrecorded mop of COMPANY Route 2. Box MORRIS. Deceased File .. FL 32091.
ta the complaint filed of Stark., Bradford filed against you In the Forest Heights" as 187, Keystone Height No. 83-07-CP ((1-3607)). I I. 0029-1984-0009; COll, tchg 2/21 .
) herein on or before County Florida and beIng above-styled Court and surveyed by Joseph G. (Bradford County). pending In the Circuit FRED EST OP, Rt. 1. Box
: February 29 19tS: or In more particularly you are required to Knapp Registered land Florida 32696 Intend to' Court for Bradford County. 140. Stark., FL 32O91,
default thereof, the described a* 'follow: serve a copy of your Surveyor register said fictitious Florida. Probate Division 0029.1984.001Os
Court shall proceed to Commence at the Intercection j/ written d.._.... If any at public sale, to the name under the the address of CRISSLH. MCIIIITT.W., ,
I judgement In this cause of the /to It on JOHWNY R. highest and best bidder aforesaid statute. which I I. Bradford County Box 428 Starke. Fl
to the extent provided by ,Southerly boundary of 'f OBBS. JR., ESQUIRE. for cash at the front entrance Dated this 8th day of Courthouse, Post Office 32091. 0432-1984-0001;
t I Section 1699 Title 28, Bridge Street (formerly Post Office Drawer 4O. ,, of the Bradford February A.D.,1985. Drawer B, Starke, CIUM B, 1039 Northlawtey
United State Cede GIlt Seventh Street) and the Stark., Florida 32091 County Courthouse In 2l44tpd307PUBUC Florida 32091'. The Rd., Stark., Fl
sold Defendant had Westerly of and file the original with Starke, Florida at 11.00: ._- name and addresses of 32091 1934-1984-0123;
been served with proces Church Street boundary, and run the Clerk of the above- a.m. on March 3. 1989. NOTICE the P.raonolI.pr.Hn. FUILARO. WALTER C.. A nys
I within the Slate of thence South 17 degree styled Court, on or GILBERT S. BROWN tat I'll. and the PersonalR.pr.s.ntotlve's P.O. Box 917 Starke. Fl
Florida. arid 49 minute West before 1 April 1969. Clerk Circuit Court' PUBLIC NOTICE TO attorney 32091. 0029-1984-O02I
2. This order be along laid Westerly Otherwise. a lodgement By: Beuloh Moody JOHN CARPENTER: Mini- are set forth HINDIRSON. CYNTHIA
published In a I. boundary a distance.of hall be entered against Deputy Clerk Storage of America Hwy bel_. 1413 1984.O002t
newspaper of generallife's *.36 feet to a concrete you, for the relief re- Sharon L. Simmons 100 Keystone Height. Is All Int.reeted.peraon.. JACKSON. EDWARD I
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M. free physicals given recently by Johnson Dr. Roberto Perez and Dr. Bill
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Hand Surgery Center.
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New Director Inspects Plants... dolead an everyday, normal life.

Ty Jordan, new director at the Industrial Complex at Raiford inspectsthe Jordan has been with the Complex about two weeks now. lie transferred -
plants the clients have grown in connection with the horticulture pro- there from the Alligator Creek STOP (Short-Term Offender Project)
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By Marcia Goodge BCT Staff Writer The treatment phase of the philosophy toward the New Agriculture Instructor... getting the Complex membership in the Association of
How many times have you looked forward to the mentally handicapped also passed in its turn, explained Retarded Citizens (ARC), a national association which
weekend in anticipation with a fervent "Thank God it's Jordan. "The present trend is to take those who are The Union County Board of Public Instruction fur- can provide a lot of help to the clients at the facility. in
Friday! or laid in bed five extra minutes Monday capable and try to fit them into as normal a lifestyle as nishes a vocational agriculture instructor for the Raiford.A .
possible," he says. clients at the Complex. A new instructor, Stanley
morning wishing you didn't have to go to work?
Well, there is one place in Union County where the That is what the Complex is all about. "Normal people Crawford, will be joining the Complex on March 4. Typical Day...
employees look forward to Monday and wish Friday get up every morning, get dressed and go to work. Crawford has worked with the state for the past 31 A typical day for clients at the Complex begins like
would come just a little bit slower than it does. The We are trying to make it possible! for these people to get years and has worked with the horticulture program at the typical day for almost everyone else. At 9 a.m. they
name of this unusual place is surprisingly very run- f- into that same lifestyle: says Jordan. Union Correctional Institute for the past 21 years. arrive by bus from their group homes nearby. They go
the-mill, it's called the Industrial Complex and is The 41 clients are all men and range in age from 19 to Afoot. to school for one hour each day,half of them in the mor-
located in the small town of Raiford. 61, with the average age being 34. They all live in group Tremendous Changes ning and half in the afternoon, where they receive In-
The Complex employs 41 mentally handicappedclients homes in the Raiford area and are referred to the Com- With a new instructor and a new set of large struction in horticulture and agriculture.
mainly in the areas of horticulture and Rehabilitative the Department of Health and greenhouses going up,Jordan says the services provided They also have a "staff meeting" each day for one
agriculture. The purpose of the Complex is to give the Services (HRS). the mentally handicapped clients will be extensive. hour where they are given goals to acheive. The goals
mentally handicapped a chance at the most normal "This facility is getting ready to undergo a tremendous vary from client to client and depend on their in-
lifestyle possible.Philosophy. The Complex combines work assignments with short change," he says, "This summer we hope to planta dividual capabilities. Goals are set on the basis of ex-
classroom instruction sessions to prepare the clients to large garden and grow vegetables to be sold to the tensive information on the clients received from JII Sand
Has Changed... live in society and conduct normal lives. community. We are planning to make more work and on their past acheivements. "We closely review
The Complex is presently going through a phase of more activities available to the clients, in such a way the goals and their abilities" says Jordan.
Director Ty Jordan, who has been with the Complex that it will I become even more capable of the have made for
growth so sup- that we can produce things that can be sold back to The clients eat lunches they .
only one week after the retirement of his predecessor, plying the needs of its clients. community. themselves at their group homes and those who went to
the with which the world has dealt with
says school in the morning, work in the afternoon and vice
the mentally handicapped has changed greatly in late Greenhouses are being built on the Complex groundsso Jordan says the greenhouses will be used to grow versa.
years. that the horticulture program can be greatly ex- shrubbery and ornamental plants for sale to offices.
"In 'primitive times they were imprisoned, locked panded. At present, the Complex contracts with a Looking to the future, Jordan says the people at the Enthusiasm Abounds...
away, says Jordan, "But then people started nursery in Macclenny where several clients go to work Complex have a lot of hopes for new and different pro-
understanding the mentally handicapped a little better with the plants, putting into practice the things they grams. "Later, we hope to look into the possibility of Their day sounds pretty commonplace, but what is
and their philosophy changed to a more treatment- have been taught in the classrooms at the Complex.The raising vegetables hydroponically in the .winter; he not commonplace< oriented viewpoint. Large institutions were built and clients also do yard work for area residents, which says.
they were treated like patients in a hospital." the Complex contracts for.New Jordan also says they are exploring the possibility of Please See... Complex Page 7

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Greenhouses Being Built... The clients at the Complex have a one-hour class amine the gab they set for themselves previously.
which The client at this class session are I-r, around
each day on horticulture and agriculture, some
Workmen are busy with construction of new the plants at the Complex but the construction of of them take In the morning and some In the afternoon. table) Steve Norris Phillip Masters Mike Pitta In-
greenhouse at the Complex as a part of the many greenhouse should help stop that from happening They also have a one-hour "staff meeting" where structor Marjorie Dobbs, Joey Aultman Randy Illckox
change underway. again. they are given goals to achelve and where they ex- and Paul Kroeger.
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lessons about animal care at the presentation on caring for animals dog more vulnerable. "
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went to school with the children on by the local Humane Society to the refreshments was second only to
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I Trial Klondes>> I

No Guilty to Coke Charges .. .. o .. -- .
A SUite man accused of dealing pnI8II8dhe jurors were excused. "Klondes recognized that the state county tocalltheQro.ettlveJurors.,
in cocaine: entered a plea of guilty Assistant State Attorney Thomas bad a substantial case against him" said. Investigator Wiley Clark
Monday morning before to prospective El well said learned Sunday night Elwell said. In 1962 Klondea was Brad
jurors. of Klondes'intent to plead guilty, to Judge Crews ordered a check into bation for three yean in
Circuit Judge John J Crews accented late to contact the prospective Klondes' background before sentencing County for a charge of break
Emanuel N."Billy"Klondes Jurors.Ktendes. him. Due to prior convictions ing/entering. A Duval County
plea in Bradford County Cir ,40,was to be Wed on four Klondes could be sentenced to 12 to charge also got Klondes a probation
stilt the time the Jury selection for aeparate counts of delivery andpoasasia 30 months Jail time in addition to a sentence after be was adjudicatedfor
the trial was to nave began. After a of cocaine. He pleaded fine, possession-delivery. Klondes
KMninutes wait while the Judge talk- guilty to one count of delivery of$200) "We feel a fine should be imposedfor sold ten pounds of marijuana to a
ed with Jg idea about his right.t*.. worth of cocaine on Feb. 22. U8I. at least the amount it cost the policemen in Jacksonville.

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Dawn Brown brought her gray and feet in his cage. quarterhorse. Angel, to the show. Newsome said.The Humane Society
brown rabbit. Fuzzy, to the cbow. Dennis Jackson brought his pony Angel was the largest entry in the sponsors a special adoption: programfor
Dawn says Fuzzy: is five weeks old Sugar Baby. Dennis was two years pet show. She was born on the animals that have been abandoned -
and she got him from a friend. She old when be got the pony. "When I Rogers' farm in Graham Zacharysays and have had a measure of success -
says sHe likes to give him fresh food first got him I was scared of him be likes Angel because,"when I recently in finding new homes
and watch him eat iL and he was scared of me,"said Den- was little she used to pull me around. for animals left to their own
David Brown brought his grand- nis.Dennis says he likes Sugar Baby It was fun! I haven't finished train- resources by negligent owners."We -
mother's dog. Judy to the show. because. "When I tell him to lay ing her yet, but she is really smart think this can be a very positive program
Judy is a long-haired white dog that down so I can get on him,he does. I from watching the other horses." in the schools if we can teach TO RENT
I David's grandmother found as a love him. Dannie Wrote brought his cat, kids at an early age that the qualityof
stray. "Judy didn't have a home Bandit, to the show. Bandit got her care they give their pets is very
when Grandma found her beside the Betty Nail bad the only bird in the name from the black and brown important. We hope they pass their
road, now we all love her," says show, parakeet named Raquel. spots on her face. Dannie says he new habits on to their parents as
David. Betsy got Raquel for her 13th birth likes Bandit because"she likes to be well." _
David says be likes Judy because"if day. Raquel sings along when Betsy petted. She sleeps by the heater and
you tell her to stand on her hind plays the piano or when a commer- she loves caramels. She is fun to HOTEL
legs, she'll do it If you tell her to cial comes on television. Betsy says play with." tMairpBanesWELCQME.WENDY MAGNOLIA
turn around, she'll do iL" Raquel doesn't like to be held, but The educationl part of the kid's
she does like it when Betsy lets her special day was provided by DOWNTOWN STARKEA
Chuck Brown showed a cat named out of her cage in the bedroom. Newsome, who gave the students
Sir Oliver Dickens of York.Oliver is some sound lessons in pet care and
five months old and used to live at Eric Phi/cox brought his calico cat made them aware that some when retire that
the Humane Society in Lake City. Molly to the show. Eric got Molly animals, like Britches, need to have place to move you
Chuck says be is a very big cat. when she was a kitten. He says special things done for them in orderto won't cost life savings...
"Molly is my friend. She Jumps on make good pets. you your
Julie Griffin brought her pet rabbit top of the fish tank. She likes to play "We have such problems with
Bunny, to the show. Bunny is a with the minnows.She likes to scoop strays in this and surrounding coun i
fancy gray rabbit who is about five them up in her paws,but she doesn'thurt ties that many children are likely to Located ,within blocks of doctors offices,
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Keystone Heights a.LRM Editor The rules regarding records has not temporaneous" record,the deduction
Rotarians found changed,Poslck pointed out.The IRS Is not allowable"Posh said INSULATION SPECIAL
IRS senior reviewer Elmer Po lck'. needs the amount of mileage,plus ex- The third item discussed was the
talk humorous, but it Is doubtful they pense bills, time and place of expense 4'luxury car'rule which says no more
would find his humour so light had he business purpose and the than a$1,000 investment credit can be PRICES GOOD BETWEEN FEBRUARY 8, 1985 thru MARCH 10. 1985
been there to check their returns. business relationship if someone elseIs taken. And, he said, depreciation Is
Poslck,who has been with the inter- Involved in that expenditure,stated limited to $4,000 the first year and
nal Revenue Service for the past 16 Poslck.Poslck. ",000 thereafter for a luxury car.
years,took the hot topic of automobile gave his own Insight as a "The question is. what is a luxurycar Buy 10 bags or more of
deductible expenses and highlightedsome former revenue examiner. If a record ?*' asked Posick. "Well, a luxurycar
of the new rules and regulations kept dally, were presented, he said is defined as any 4-wheel vehicle Manville Gold insulation
in three areas commuting, contem- their would be nq problem at all. that weighs 6,000 pounds-or less."
poraneous record keeping and "How about If you do it at the end of Polick got a chuckle from
allowable deductions on luxury cars. the week? End of week, you go back Rotarians when he made the statement 1 e and get this Junior l
In discussing allowable mileage expenses and summarize what you've done, that If they had all those extrason ,
under commuting rules, where you've gone, how many miles their pick-up truck,they had a lux-
Posick pointed out that the new rule you've traveled.Well,you'd probablyget ury car. Jokingly he told Rotariansalthough PartyTimeCoolerfree.Ma'w .
does not include the time traveling to away with that-unless you made ( he said he didn't know It to _
and from a temporary Job site. He that tax officer mad," Poslck said. be a fact,that a Rolls Royce weighed
gave as an example a person stopping "How about at the end of the over 6,000 pounds, so it wouldn't
by a clients first before reaching his month? Well, I wish you luck!I" Then qualify as a luxury vehicle.
own office or place of business after Posick really brought down the house \e l
leaving home in the morning. This when he asked-"How about at the The next rule which applies to any Idnvo
would not be allowable, but would end of the lear?Or how about waiting vehicle that is used to transport per- -----:: r
have been if he had gone to his officeor until you're audited? Folks, you sons or property is known as'the 50 C-- "
place of work before the percent rule.Unless more than 50 per-
calling on haven't got a prayer! he laughed.
cent of the vehicle's is for
client. "To summerize what we're gettingat use Manville
Poslck that the distance business purposes,there can be no Investment I t
explained this new provision in the law, credit and accelerated
between office and home is com- which incidentally over a five year no I
depreciation. Posick
muting and commuting is is to explained that jl
expense a period projected generate over a
would have to back to the '
you go fly
non-deductible billion
personal expense. dollars in additional revenue,
New IRS law calls for "contem- says that if you have a legitimate minimum straight line of depreciation over a 4 -
poraneous" record keeping. He says business expense that falls into one of 5-years. Man\\\e d
although the law does not define con- these categories an auto expense After Posick's talk, questions flew .
temporaneous,Webster's defines it as does that you can verify and from across the room for some free Qe
being "existing, occuring, or substanuate by testimony and tax advice in anticipation of that April
originating! during the same time." evidence,_but you fail to keep a "con- 15 IRS deadline.

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Earl 4 Jenes Chicago.. DL seven years ago.. lie Brines,died Wednesday night Feb. Born in Sidney.Ohio Mr .Ward is .
EadLeslie Janet,C.of Hampton.died was a retired licensed fuDeral direct 13.in Bradford Hospital Inc.follow. survived by her husband James
Tuesday morning, Feb. It. in or and.embalms.Survivors Log an extended illness. Ward;four sons Richard P.George
Alacbua General Hospital. include his wife, Mrs. Born in Columbia County, Mr. of Orange Texas, the Rev. Fred H. Formerly Garden,'Restaurant Hwy:301 North
Gainesville following a lengthy: II- Ruth Marie Herbon Moore of Lake Knight lived most of his life w Worthington Ward of Columbia and J'abnL.Ward
IDea.. Geneva; one daughter Mrs. Springs and Gainesville; and Gary D.Ward of Williamsburg,
I Born in Graham.Mr.Jones movedto Marten Avery of Hutchinson.Kansas was retired from the Department of Kansas; two daughters Mrs. OPENTo
Hampton over 24 years ago; was ; one mm. Charles Reding of Transportation in Gainesville; and Leonard (Debra) Garbik of Kansas NOW
retired from the Bradford County Hebron. HL; seven sisters and five was a member of the Oak Grove City and Mrs.Fred CJoAnn)Siddom
School Board as a ttsrt intent with brothers Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day of Starke;one brother,Elmer Ash of
Brooker Elementary School and was No local funeral services are an-' Saints Lake Butler. New Port Richey; one sister Betty Serve You 7 Days A Week
member GIbe Hampton Christian ned. Jones Funeral Home of Survivors include two daughters Foster of Piqua; 21 grandchildren
Qnrch. Keystone Heights was in charge of Mrs. Jackie E. Harrell of and 13 great grandchildren. LUNCH11' am to 3 Sunday thru Friday
Survivors include Ids wife. Mrs. arraL! Gainesville and Mrs.Virginia Dobbs Funeral services were held Saturday pm
Mary Jane Thomas Jones of Hampton of Raiford; one son.Edward Knight Feb. 16a t 2 p.m. at Boyer Early Bird Special Dinner 3:00.6:00
; one aoo. Steve Varanm of Mrs.Rosetta D.Dekle of Lake Butler; 11 grandchildrenand Funeral Home with pastor Reginald DINNER 3 to 10 M Week
Hampton" ; bAa mother Mrs. Ida Mrs. Rosetta Dukes Dekle. 78. of 15 great grandchildren.Funeral Brandenburg: officiating.Burial was pm pm
Jones of Hampton; three sisters Lake Butler died Tuesday.. Feb. l'. services were held Satur in Omega Cemetery. CIIate II t1aa Ching
Mrs.Irma Langford and Mrs Betty in North Florida brief. day. Feb. 16, at 2 p.m. in the Oak Owners 9646224THIS
David,, both of Graham and Mrs. Gainesville following a Grove Church of Jesus Christ of Lat

tbree Wilma McKinney of Starke and A,Mrs.lifelong Dekle resident..a of housewife Union County and- Jordan ter Day and Saints Bishop with Dale Elder Smith WUford of '-'-',-<-C << ,-<, ........,<<....<-e........, <" ,.... .....<<,<"- <'<"<,<-<....(
Funeral services win be held at 2pm. was the widow of the late Marcus '
.1'bur'MIaY.Feb.zs.at poavesidewith Dekle. Q
Rev. Norman Suisse of Survivors include two daughters cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Qa
ficiating.Burial will be la Santa Fe Mrs. Norms "Thornton of Jacksonville a
Cemetery near Hampton,under the and Mrs. Sarah D. Gassett of Florence Ward a a a a 0e
I direction of Jones Funeral Home of Gainesville; five grandchildren and Florence Ward 72, of Ft. Pierce, a 4
Starke. eight great1'wiaI grandchildren. formerly of Waverly, died Wednesday a
services will be held at 2 evening, Feb. 13, in a
James G.Moore p-ra. Thursday. Feb. 21, at the Gainesville hospital. IT'S
James Gopdloe Moore.77.of Lake Chapel of Arcber Funeral Home of
Geneva Trailer Park Lake Geneva Lake Butler with Dr.William Pruitt
died Sunday Feb. 17, in Bradford officiating. Burial will be in Elzey FLORIDA TWINTHEATRE
Hospital. Inc. following a long illness. Chapel Cemetery. SHOW TIME

Botn in Glasgow. Scotland, Mr. Elias A.Knight
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Bradford Union Girl Scouts

. Celebrate thinking Day ;t f '

;, The Thinking Day .Event for in charge of Greek dances which
Bradford-Union Neighborhood was arousing were lively and fun for the older
:!&: success with dances from scouts.
Greece, a former Girl Guide from Cana Schmidt taught several -
England and goodies from all over songs from other countries which Norman's Market
the world. was great fun and everyone came
Approximately 75 Girl Scouts participated away with a favorite.
Saturday morning in the Former Girl Guide,Pat Spengler, .
event at the First United Methodist told about England, her homeland, U.S. 301 South 964-6071 ,
Church in Starke. Brownies and being a scout there. r-
Juniors,Seniors and adults collecteil Each troop made a snack at their \ "The Country Store For More"
$38 for the Juliette Low World meeting time which was shared with
Friendship Fund.Scouts contributeda the entire neighborhood at the event, New Hours: Open 8:30: am 7 pm Mon. thru Sat
nickle for each 'goodie' they ate if they had a nickle.
from the International Snack table. The International snack table was I Compare Our Prices & Savelll!!'
The event was a wide game with centered with the world globe sur-
scouts going from dancing to craftsto rounded by smaller globes covered Quantity Rights Reserved We Accept USDA Food Stamps
singing to England to the International with flags from all countries. Joyce
snacks and then another craft. Sutton and Carolyn Eaves were in
Andrea and Shannon Abrams and charge of the table, assisted by
Lisa Tierney were in charge of mak- Mary Looney, Cheryl Moss and
ing Polish eggs In one craft room Diane Moody.At IBONEIH
and Judy Dukes was in charge of the closing all scouts joined CUT TO THE BONE Meat Price i $ I
making a Mexican ornament in the hands after the flag ceremony and
other craft room. Some really sang one international song and
creative eggs and ornaments em- taps.
merged from the craft areas. Thanks to Laurie Mullins who was
Sara Gaitanis of Gainesville was in charge of the event. --.. --


Complex from page 1- TRUCK LOAD
employees in other businesses and GROUND
their work, whether that is tended industries, but they are very much .
the plants, running errands to the like other employees in many ways. CHUCK
school building or simply sweepingthe One client at the Complex shows this jfi'JiJJJMii Jjj 8E'FSIiECHUCK
floors. to be true by joyfully informing a 10
Before coming to the Complex, visitor that"Friday is payday!" ROAST r-- 3

Creek Jordan Superintendent STOP worked(Short-Term at as the Assistant Alligator Offender for Anyone these clients who has(they work must of any be paid kind) Place Your!! !Lll.!! !! $1.49

Program) Camp for one year,which can contact Jordan at 431-1898. $1. 19 ., ...vow..xy.t was also overseen by HRS. Special Olympics... lb
He also worked with inmates at
Union Correctional Institute for 15 If you were to visit the Complex BEEF LOINS
years, but of all the people he has right now,you would find the clients USDA? QUARTER
worked with,"These people very excited over beginning their 7-Bone Avg. 45.50 Ibs.
bably the most unusual I've worked training for the Summer Special CHOICE PORK
with, but they are also probably the Olympics.
easiest to work with," he says. UCrs Coach Jerome Pelham will CHUCK $2 2 :
"They appreciate anything you do be at the Complex one day each Ib. LOINS
for them.We try to do as much as we week to train the entrants. 36 of the ROAST .
Consists of Sirloins
can for them,"says Jordan.He says 41 clients at the Complex have sign- :
that sometimes the clients in the ed up for the county meet which will T-Bones Porterhouse i
school building will ask for a pass be held sometime between Feb. IS $ s......." '.11.) '.'........a $1 3 9
from class to come over and show and March 16. 1 3 9 Ib.
him something they have done.The Winners of the county meet will go ROUNDSAvg.
recognition and attention they to the District meet to compete m lb.
receive seems almost more impor against winners from some 13 coun- 85-90 Ibs.
tant to them than the instruction and ties.The District meet is set in Lake CENTER CUT
the work they do. City on April 13. The state competition CALIFORNIA
The clients at the Complex may be is set in Tampa later in the sum- $1 8'9 PORKCHOPS
different in some ways from mer. lb.

IIr ROAST Consists of: Full Cut .

;' Tina's Turntable: $1 4 9 Round Round Steak Roast Top Round Cube Steak& Bottom I I

J 925-B N. TEMPLE 964-8532 Ib. .... Eye of the Round Roast $1 79 I
m-r Next to Pizza Hut In Starke Rump Roast Ground Chuck lb. I

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We Now Have In Stock A Large Selection of Needles STEW STEAK

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1K K GARAGE SALE: Sat., Feb. 23. Country FIREWOOD Call 964-8268, o.k for Matt. 4 FT. BATHROOM CABINET/SINK, fixtures MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK ,
i Club Estates. One block from Golf H/29Hn whit. with black sink; good con Mobile( Homes and spaces for rent.
Course parking lot. Itchg 2/21 NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum dition. $95. 9644491. Itpd 2/21 Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone I
SATURDAY, FEB. M 93. 3 miles Southon Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great TWO ANTIQUE DRESSERS 3-way mir 468-2912 9/16 tfn'OOMS /jrwilkar
301 to Textile Town, turn right. 3/4 for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH rors. Excellent condition $100 each. FOR RENT
ml. on left. 9645730. Itchg 2/21 135 W. Call St. 9646305. Bevelled mirror. 9648747. Itpd 2/21 -DayWeek Month
THREE FAMILIES Clothing.children, ROLLS OF HAYiOrder your hay for the 1970 LIFETIME MOTOR HOME 24 h. good MAGNOLIA HOTEL REALTY
'I women and Infants and Klngsley Lok. winter and leave It under my barn until condition. Some work needed., $4500. Across from Stark. P.O. i
I Sat. A Sun. Look for signs. (Blanding needed. Rolls of Alicia$25 at barn. Hay Call 964-4756 oft.r 6 p.m. Anytime on FURNISHED APARTMENT Three rooms
t Ave.) Itchg 2/21 born 7 miles North of Stark. on Rd. 16. weekends. Itpd 2/21 and bath. Utilities furnished. No m
I I OFF 301 ON SR-Ui '/ mil. west toward Delivery available at extra chorg. BUNK BEDS W/MATCHING DRESSER children, no pets 9645464. 1/17 tfn PHONE 964-7776
I it prison. Big yard sole. Sat. A Sun. Itpd 782.3727 or 9646167. 11/15 tfn Like new. $225. Call alt.r 5 p.m. 24 FOOT TRAILER 1 or 2 adults only. No CECELIA 205 N. I
ERWILLIGAR Temple, Storke
2/21 MENDELSHON PIANO Excellent condi 964-4133. Itpd 2/21 pets. By appt. KOA Kampground.
rHURSDAY '11. 21i 527 N. Cherry St. tion. Office hours call 9646433. Home TWO BEDSTEADS No mattress or spr 9648484. 1/31 tfn '" SPECIAl
I L Plants, misc. Itpd 2/21 782.3322.1/10 tfn ings. On. mahogany, one while. Excellent TRAILER LOT FOR RENT One acre. Call
J EB. 23 Big, brown house In front of TRAILERS TRAILERS, TRAILERS 5...' cond. $50 each. 5332952. 2/21 964.5662 offer 5 p.m. 2/14 2tpd 21 *484 ACRES-BEAUTIFUL ROLLING COUNTRY. ONLY
Western Auto. Dryer works good, $25; utility trailer, $650; 16' dozer trall.r, 2tchg 228CUIIIGAN 3 BR. 2 BA CB HOME In city limits. $444.0001 NEAR COLUMBIA COUNTY LINE. BORDERS,
air cond. $25; and lots more. Itchg $1,70016' utility trailer, $970: 16' lawn WATER SOFTNERi And Carrier S350/mo. Stove 'A refrlg. furnished. OLUSTEE CREEK. ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY I
2/21 trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn single axle 4-ton air conditioner for sal.. For 964-5423. 1 Itchg 2/21
trailer, $878: 16' car haul.r $1,150; 6 Information, call 964-5504. 2/21 2tchg 3 BI, 2 BA HOMEi Living room, dining
I CARS ft TRUCKS LOVELY BRICK VILLAi Convenient to everything. 2 BR, 1'Vt BA. Large living A
ft. ramps, $100. Olln's Mobil. Home room family room with fireplace,
i Center. Rd. 100 W. Stark. 9645606. TILLER 5 horse power chain drlv. Like large fenced yard with patio and dining area. Spacious kitchen with stove A refrlg. $37,900. .
S3 LINCOLN: 4-door, Signature series, 1/10 tInKAWASAKI n.w. 9647972. Itpd 2/21 storage buildings In quiet VERY BEST LOCATION 3 BR 2 BA. Brick. House Beautiful I CHAA, stove,
: like n_. 16800. Loon value, $16,000. I III JET SKI 1983 model. Like ELECTRIC STOVE Needs some work, neighborhood. NO PETS. $500/mo. refrlg., telling fans, 1'Yo ac. londsc. gr. Reduced-$53OOOI.
473-2214. 11/01 tfn new. Orig. $2500..Asklng $1800. Call $25; electric concr.t. mixer, one with security deposit. 9648268. 2/21 BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT 1.6 ACRES Country Club. Owner anxious to sell i
I9S2 JEEP CHEROKEEt Larado package. 964-4995 anytime after 5 p.m. 1/24 tfn garden plow. 9645379. 1/31 2tpd 2/07 tfn -4 BR, 1% BAi Brick. Rd. 16 E. One half acre with fireplace.
II Excellent condition $9600, call 3-DOOR VISUAL COOLER Excellent con. WOMAN'S BIKE $20; motorcycle (Honda HOTEL ROOMS By the night $7; by the ,l GRAHAM: 4 BR, 2 BA. On two acres. Call for details.
4732214. 12/13 tfn dition. $1,000. Ca.h. FIRM. Call Twlnstor) and trailer, $700; Keystone week $25 up; by the month $100 up. REAL ESTATE INVESTORS:We have listed 7 excellent rentals! 5 duplexes and
1974 FORD Dump Truck for sale, 473-3943 oft.r 6 p.m. 1/24 tfn 20 movie camera with fllt.r., $30. By MAGNOLIA HOTEL across from Post 2 homes. All are rented and have positive cash flow.
i 533-2474. 1/03 tfn GREAT FOR PROM Pink Victorian-style appointment only. Call between 4 and Office. Starke. 2/21 Hn 301 MOTELt 16 rooms furnished plus spacious living quarter. 376' on Hwy
1954 CHEV.TRUCK running condition. gown, ss. 13-14, matching shoes. sz. 8, 7 p.m. 9645747. 1/31 2tpd 2/07 I BR FURNISHED APARTMENT $150 301. Own. fin.FOIMERLY ..
; Will trade for motorcycl., 650 CC or $60; Long blue gown a slip sz. 11.12 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALEi: ((1)) side by mth., $75 deposit; Also 2 BR furnished MAJIK MARKETiAcross from High School. 301 frontage. Call for .
f above, 964.4604.12/27 tfn chgIS $100, tea-length whit.dress, spaghetti side refrlg./freezer, harvest gold, ((1)) apartment $200 mth., $75 deposit. No details. Priced right I I
1 IT TRUE YOU CAN IUY JEEPS FOR$44 traps, sz. 11-12 $50. All worn onc. wood chip heater, brand new; ((1)I) 30.06 pets. 964-8071. Itpd 2/21 BROWNLEE lOAD.".'" ACRES Of prim. property. Owner financing. '
through the U.S.Government G.t the Excellent condition. ... 944. 2/14 bolt action rifle, new; ((1)) 36" barrel 3 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED APARTMENT COUNTRY CLUB10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to Country Club. Residence or I
, facts todayl I Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. 2tchg 2/21 Inch mog. 12 gauge shotgun. Call : 2 BR. Next to Stark. Elementary development.ONLY ,
; 609. 1/1710W3/07 1978 PROWLER TRAVEL TRAILER Fully anytime 964.8845. 1/31 2tchg 2/07 School. 9645876. Itpd 2/21 $31,000: Saratoga Hgt. 1331 Blandlng St. i
I II} 71 TOYOTA STATION WAGONi 74 Cad. self-contained with generator. Call TWO CHICKEN HOUSES 30x500. Call APARTMENT FOR RENT: $150 per month. '
9 I 4-door sedan for sole. 9647184. Itpd 964.7061 or 964.7578.2/21 tfn 9647893. Also have three big 42" fans..J31 964-4048 or 9645065. Susan Faulkner 204 W. ADKINS Nice older home.
FOR LEASE LUXURIOUS BRICK HOMEi 3 BR, 3 BA. Enormous great room with
4 2/21 COPY MACHINES Canon-tor r.nt or .tchg 2/21 Reddish, Broker-Owner. Itchg 2/21 i[
'J 1979 FORD MOO LWB PS, 4-speed, OD. .. Canon home copter $799; Canon MOBILE HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 Fireplace.
BRICK HOME RD.230:3 BR, 2 BA 100x300 lot. Fenced backyard. Priced to sell.
8,000 miles on remanufactured .302 HELP WANTED
home or office copier, $999; Canon office BR, across from Lake Geneva $155 per I
.. Asking $3,800. Will consider copier $1399. Rent to own for a. month. Furnished or unfurnished 49000.
trod. for car of equal valu. Call little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP, EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER For part 4737560. Bill 9/27 tfn BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS Own. fin. Additional acreage available.
: 964-7793 oft.r 6 p.m. 2/14 3tpd 2/28 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964.5764.2/21 time work. Send resume to P.O. 2 ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCY In NICE CROSBY LAKE LOTi 100x385' Exc. lac.$25,0001 .
197 4x4 DODGE TRUCK .318 engine. Hn Drawer 280. Starke, FL 32091. 1/03 tfn Lawtey. Call 782-3458. 11/22 tfn 3 BR home on 2 Acres In country.
Fr. end lock hubs, $1,800. Call FOR SALE OR TRADE: IN STARKE Two- GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,000 UPSTAIRS APARTMENT 2 BR partly fur 222' FRONTAGE 301 One mile S. of Starke, next to Moseley Tire Co. Exc.
964-4009 after 5 p.m. Itpd 2/21 .tory building on corn.r of Call & $50,000/yr. possible. All occupations.Call nished. $175 mth., 1st mo. A $100 sec. terms Priced to sell.
1950 CAMARO Z.2T-top. fully loaded. Thompson Sts., one block from City ((805)) 687.6000 Ext. R-5504 to find dep.; 3 BR DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT -10 AC. W/DOUBLEWIDE Near Hampton. Only 35000.
Good condition. Call after 5:30 p.m. Hall. Clyd. W. Simpson. 3566849. 2/21 out how. 2/07 4tpd 2/28 refrig. only, $250 per mth 1st mo. A 70S W. CALL STi Convenient. 2 BR w/sep. garage.
.. 533-2066.2/1. 4tchg 3/07 tfn GENERAL MAINTENANCE: 48-unlt apart $100 damage dep. Call 964-8464 after -PRIVACY COMFORT A CONVENIENCE Avail. In this 3 BR 2 BA home complete '
1951 DODGE ARILS door coupe 4 MUST SELL Big 2 BR home with large m.nt complex. Salary S $200 per mth. p.m. No pets, please 2/14 2tchg 2/21 w/fireplace. 2-car garage Extra large city lot.
speed. AM/Fm A CB. Power steering basem.nt.tripp d to shell compl.t.ly housing allowance. Call 496-3141. NOBODY DOES IT BETTER: We are proud to offer luxurious home across from
brakes and A/C. 42.000 miles, 30 mpg. remodeled. Including roof, plumbing, Tues. and Thurs. for information. 2/14 MOBILE HOMES Starke CC. .

'' $2475. 782-3110. Itpd 2/21 Loaded. wiring carpet c.ntral air w/heat 3tchg 2/28 FOR SALE THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT "Plnesong". 37 bldg.
; I9BO OLDSMOBILEt Wagon. walls kitchen cabinets doors CRUISE SHIP JOBS 11 Great Income
I pump, lots w/paved roads. Apprx. 600' from city limits. Except terms.
961.1413.2/21 2tchg 2/28 window. Owner financed. Termsnegotiable. potential. All occupations. For Information SECLUDED, CHARMING Unique hideaway. 6 yrs. old. 5 BR. 3Vi BA. CH&A.
197B PINTO Power steering, automatic Will land in trade. call ((312)) 742-8620 ext. 362.
I transmission.$950. 782-3110. Itpd 2/21 accept SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. Sep. office. In city. On 7 Ac. Reduced. $89,900.
77 DODGE P.W. 4x4.318, PS, PB. LockIng 964.6020 or 9644073. Itchg 2/21 2/14 4tpd 3/07 301 N. Stark. Come see Ray Gain, HAMPTON LAKEi Redwood A brick 3 BR, 2 BA. Fireplace scrn'd porch, 75' on
FIVE DINING ROOM CHAIRS New $45 EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home formerly of Lake Chevy-Olds, or Troy
, hub., sun roof sliding window .och. Will sacrifice. $20 each. assembly work. For Info, call ((504)) Smith for the bargains. We buy and lake.
, AM/FM B track tool box spoke 9646020. tchg 2/21 641.8003, ext. 9579. 2/14 4tEOW 3/28 used homes. 964-4414 TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE: 16 Ac. Clear. w/approx. 700' on Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2
; wheels. 2500. Firm. 964-8907 after 5 FRANKLYN TYPE WOOD STOVE $200. CAPE CANAVERAL FIRM moving into 964.778.26 move tfn or deep wells, 3 septic tanks, 2 MH, Butler Bldg. Stocked pond A creek.
i p.m. Itpd 2/21 9646020. tchg 2/21 area. Will train. S330/S660 per week. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Keystone FOR LEASEi Furnished 3 BR, 1 BA home In country with acreage. Pecan trees.
i 119SO Good tlr... ft. home 3V Ac. with 3 BR, 3 BA. 105000.
j HONDA Not running. REPOSSESSED 4x8 FLASHING ARROW Will be Interviewing in Stark Call 5-9 Height. 2 BR across from Lake ROOM TO ROAM:2565sq5 on
Reasonable 9648945. Itchg 2/21 SIGN Complete, new bulbs, letters, p.m., 378.7063 or 374-4820. Itpd 221FOR Geneva 89.00 per month, $100 down. ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE? A farm house w/approx. 49 Ac. .on Hwy. 229.
1977 fORD LTD lit Excellent running Take $28 .. _.. -._*} $99.000 with assum. mtg.i.*!.,. <' I
warranty- ever. payments i ML -: -- -;- Must remain on lot for five years. "v"' ? ,
M7grrt' "cond. SIMO.-Calf 43r-J568,, offer Sp.nwItchg ""monthly.' Call"toll free '.IIOO21:4J02.Sign' : RENT 4737560. Bill./ 9/27 tfn SWIMMING POOLi/4 BR 2BA. Morgan Brookliln."Ov.r 3cb
"' 2/21 LTD 24 hrs. Itpd Icon KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit. MAKE A SPLASH ON THE BEACH Lake 100"on Water by '
1979 FORD FIESTA Extra clean excellent COLOR TV $99 and up. N.xt to Starke $150 mo., furnished. Purchase option. deep w/small cottage.
condition. On. own.r. Firm Truck Stop, south of Stark. 9648212. KITCHENETTES 1 & 2 rooms. Utilities fur Bill 4737560.KEYSTONE -IS ACRES Only $35,000. 10 Ac. Imp. pasture. 5 Ac. Incl. lake w/flsh.
' price, $1700. Phon. after 5.30 p.m., 11/24 tfn nished. Weekly UNDERWOOD MOTEL, HEIGHTSi 2 bedroom unit. INVEST NOW Commercial-Oak Plaza on Hwy. 301 lust South of City limits
'j 431-1132. Itpd 2/21 ROLLS OF HAY IN FIELD $15. Call oft.r 5p.m. Hwy 301 N., 3'/. miles N. of Starke. $50 down. Payments of $59 or $99 13 lots avail.
7S FORD 4-wheel drive. Large tires, 7823727. 1/31 tfn Itpd 221MOBILE month. In park, call 4737560. 12/27 GOOD FINANCING! 15 acres. Hampton. * *
needs some work. 964-8125 .xt. 328 HOMES FOR RENT One mil.
ROTOTILLING Gardens, Seed b.ds.tc. 3/7 lltpd PUT US TO WORK EVENINGS
I anytime day or night. Itpd 2/21 George Hayt P.O. lox 116 Brocket from Stark. city limits. Clean. No 1974 11x52 MH 2 BR, 1 BA. Call 964-5662 LAVERN OUTLAW 964-547S BILL DODD 964-740S
! I9SI VW RABSITi Convertible. AM/FM FL 32622. Phon. 485-1861 after .:30 children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. after 5 p.m. 2/14 2tpd 2/21 JOHN GREENE 533-212 IRVING CLARK JR.964-71SS
cassette, air loaded, exc. cond., p.m. 1/31 4tpd 2/21 468-1323 10/7 tfn 19S2 FLEETWOOD 14x70: 3 BR, 2 BA on 1 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319 MAXINE BOOTH.".1687
\ maint. records. Book value, $7075. SNAPPER MOWERS TRIERS TRACTORS CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On ocr.. 12x24 wood storage build., NOVIS WARD 964-7454 DAVID DODGE! 964.537!
Sacrifice. $5950. Firm. Call 964.6020 or No Money Down. Stork. Pow.r Equipment Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call garden spot well A septic. Ready to
I 9644073. Itchg 2/21 Walnut Stark. 964.7530 or 468.132310/07 tfn -- ------ -- -
438 S. St., move |in $29.500. Call 9644166. Itpd
. 77 MONTE CARLO White; n.w engine 964.8568.1/31 Stchg 2/28 STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly .
, with 5,000 mil. 2500. Crawford LOG HOMES Ov.r 40 rustic models) to rates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple LOST/FOUND
?. Rood. 782.3160.2/14 2tpd 2/21 choose from. Send for Fr. Brochures. Av. 7/28 tfn
Box 84CF, Moss, Tennessee 38575 ((615)) BA apt. For more Information call Lok. MISSING Black dog with gray muzzle.
Firewood 258.3648.2/21 Icon Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity pounds, long hair Labrador head. $100
-Split OakDelivered- STEP LADDERS One propane heater Housing. 6/7 tfnchg reward. 4681673. Itpd 2/21 AUCTION
two lawn mowers, one piece cement LOG SPLITTER For rent, by day or hour. FOUND Trl-colored male walker hound .
.t. Ph. 9647104. Itpd 2/21 Call 9646974. 11/29 tfn. w/tatoo in ear 964.5311. after 5. 2/21 ...,

Call Jeff 473-3468' ANTIQUE WALNUT DRESSER ft MIRROR 2tchg 2/28 Saturday, March 9, 1985
And popular wardrobe. Call 533-2891. i

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Own-MH ft lot, in Waldo. CARLSON ". ((25 Waterfront) 1.'& Acres ;
Lg. utll.. low dn. 19500. Home Satellite System. Inc.
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' 7388-2.89 Ac. wooded near ftourttrag rla4te r Hwy l00w.KeytoneHeights Zoned for Trailers Homes !

; 385-15 town.' Low Ac.down, 4BR.$12,000.2 BA Realtor/.ullder 473-7060 Freedom(904)473-2664 of Cftole Owner Will Finance 5
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brick, horse barn equipped Large variety of Lots A Acreage the hill region of Bradford 10% Down Balance 13% 10 Years i

''I I plus hay barn Priced pool. Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds paved Free Eat Chicken on Ronnie Free :
eystone area.
j $139.000. roads Our community water systems Owner financing Plumbing Supplies, I : Sal.Slt.-... Miles W on US 301 on

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964-7700 ( Soil Extraction Is Also Available)
acres and a CB residence. Located on US

393 V.N. T.mP6dv.. |1301. Owners will leave all Inventory. a Whole House Special (Liv., Din., Hall, 3 Br.). 5995 .:t

Brok.r-.GRIm wrecker, and some equipment for the .
buyer. Call for details. Carpet Dyed ((9 x 12)) . . . . 5995

Trailer A y. Ac. (mIl) for sale. .FARM 40 farm with 15 of Cleaned
acre 4495
acres 1.2 3 Bedroom.Apis. Furniture Sofa & chair .
Owner financing avail. ( ) . . .
pecan trees Improved pastures, fenced & "
4- 1' -3 BR' home for rent' I In Country. | cross-fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace. From 150" to '237'II "Not Delighted, Don't Pay'Serving

Trailers for rent Excellent working farm. Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas
Building 1,000 sq. It. Adopt. to your WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home

usage. on Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall ,& dock.I 243 Bedrooms flyailabla Now'A Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

Building stores.with Owner lots of will space.hold 3 mortgage different ,, House I Is In very good condition. Good access -!< II JLiccnsed sit Insured) ..(Residential sit Commercial)
to the lake. Priced to sell i
qualified buyer.
I LAND WITH TERMS: WILSON ROAD 3 bedroom, 2 ,bath.' CB
%-5 Ac. tract. house on 1 acre. Central heat & air, carpet,I specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture clean-

I 181 Ac. Good hunting woods, chain link fenced yard. Owners anxious. 1530 W. Madison Ing and Inside'auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.

Graham area. CALL US FOR Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage I
ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE !. Charge Free Advice
j 198 Ac. Front. SR 18, Worthington
t 984-8312 -
Spgs., Union Co. .,NEEDS,.INC UDING APPRAISALS 1,11 I"S.I' Phone Call -. 964-4997 :-' CallIf I
'I' ." 114 Ac. Fronts Co. Rd. 18, Co. Rd. George W. Robert, Jr. Broker Office Hours: 9-5
8PF81TIIn No Answer Call ((904)) 733-1308 Satisfaction
:::138, Wothlngton Spring. Unlon_Co. IL ___Terry A. Gains CSM.,Salesman _, Guaranteed I
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RIUASII WOMAN Ta II.. In and co,. lor elderlywoman. .
'IMTV.MM10II Room board and calory. Call weekday. CAHPINTI and WORN) Rarnodallng, work kllchancablnat IfS HONDA CS400 'Ho..... En.llancondition. 2helm.ts HeiplBilly I
trim Calf
.. SantoProp.rty' Availabler 4719IS3 weekend and nlp>'", 473.747. Itchg carpantry RNwnobl.prk.a. Included eSOO. 473-2492. 2Mhg 2/4-2/21
I .7 LaM.San/.'. Ynlumhhd' N. .. 473 4018 altar S 30 p.m. ./.rhtcha to
Jamh 1/21 CARPET Free
... AND VINYL Rapalrt' and Initallatlanl.
SARMR/MAIR tmrtT 473- OO7. Alk for Id. 4lcrig ....... .. HOUSES FOR SALE Live
1 .". *** Goer ....n. 'lok..ComplotoV turnlthed. .tI. Tan yaari .. .Ione.. Call 473-4217 and I IIRummag.
2/2..3/ oak tor 9/t7
Craig Itncne
OFFIC.MOO par.."C.month. A'and...400.,on.saurlly C.....,d.. _: ". HANDYMAN All kind at homo..po,.., mabllahama WHAT A V_, .eautllul lake Gon.... High sloping' .Sale)
i .nd SMO: s ecurlry' aepoilt.. pa mandt CARS TRUCKS ,.pal,., and flop n...... No|lab too 101011 Minor wooded lot,clear wan,sand bottom. bedroom, 2 Saturday Feb. 23
I 51. I IA. unlurnlinod' hou... No plumbing' ..pal... Cleaning ....Ic.. Light hauling.. bath year round Kama. Well malntalnad lm ,
refrigerator. 275 ft BOATS Call Jim 473-J471 day .... S/17 ttneha.MM 9am. til
f9f "month. ar .Ing. pro>.'lvo family room,brldllloplaco.cathedral cell- Y?
1 'U'NIIH'O OINItAL LAWN ".VIC. .Mowing. raking light Ing. Only' S109000. Nancy J. Henry Realtor
Wfc'eiKV' wook Texaco Station 301
UT' eoHoooi. ly or on
hauling Nlllnp'Ca1173.7607 ar 473.2409. 1/3 rlnchgrUDNITUIII 1.371.MI6. Itpd 221VOWNSR.3tR.2RA. .
KIVITONI HUOMTS INN MAV.IICIC 5350.4737925.4tpd 2/7.2S AND ANTKJUB..ratlnlihlng. Hand rubbed .t._",....Manya.tra>.(3/4 Sponsored by Ther....Vol.
Realtor, HAITV, If SO CHIV.C20.Rogular pot.350 angina.crulu,air. all llnlihat.' Call Joe 473 2S21. trrxhg 1/24 a"umablo mortgage. 16*.MO. 4733343 4tpd Fire Department For
'/ KnchgUINIHID n"12. auto tranft,twin lank.. Poll,lock OMO| ,run proofed DiriNDASLI MAN-with 2 tan truck will do any type 2/21.3/14
S3.000 mllai.Good condition S3.900. Available by hauling chain tow work dolly trips to county IOO HOMIS Over 40 rustic model to chooM from. Billy Bestlck
1 M, ] IA MM lok.lronl oc'_.. Cen March 7. 473.4574 ...nlngo ond weekend, Had dump.. Pro attlmota.. I.4SI-42&5 tfnchg. 2/14 Send for Free ',ochu,.. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES Heart ft Lung Fund
tral M/A now furniture. now appllancoi, remodol.ed. ,. 2/21 FOR .ALL .YOU AlTlRATtON NEEDS Call Joyce bout One Sox MCF. Mom. '.nn. M37S. ((6IS) Cash Donations Accented I Iir.
It PT.SEARS POAT-Flb.g'.go..lIoh.r.' Traitor Includad. 473 7122 Jon hemmed rips ond tear, clotha 2M364B. IIFCAN
d.pa.b Coupl., Call only No p.ll 1:10O: per month, 1 1 SO $979 firm. 473.4968. Itpd 2/11 making Rafarancas. 3"kg 2/.4.2121 Own
to""ci I..Sun. 123.e945.: 3.peI PRESSURI WASHINO Removal dirt mildew pealing
214.214OFFICE r paint tram homai. drlvewayi, mobile homai. Call LAND FOR SALE ... .

Diana ISO Lawrence OR Original RETAIL Blvd.. SPACE 4737771 across. For Iron rah Cogl.i.Good Inquire location at FOR SALE Rick' 473.2452. 4Khg.2.37CA.'NTI'MAIONA. Addition., brick block SAKE LOT-HIII....,lake SO.WO.Own.will llnanca. .,:: :-... :. : :: : : : :

(at. tfncha 211.I Tuoi.-frl. and 11.3 on SHAUOW AND DEEP Will PUMPS PVC plpat and'III- lloor, tlla work. 473.4473...tchg22t.3.4MISCELLANEOUS $I64 par month 473.4367. rmchg 12/6
M MONK NOME On lake Geneva kitchen.control tinge WONT oflenert $ryan Aca Hardware, 1 ACRES OH of Gaillna Rd Kay.tono Halghn. Nlcaarea STARKE,
largo. Koyitono Hgn. 473 OO06o'/24 rlnchg S9000. 473-2210 day ar 479-IHI evening..
HI A. lurnlthod No po,.. SR 100 aoM ol FOR SALE OR
calla plus
HAMMOND OROAN With rhythm o'ganmu.lc.I995. tin
Keyirona 473 J72J
t M MOMS NOMI .Itchg 2/21 Call 473.2110 weekdays or 473 4648 'AI ACM Comer fenced lot Mptlc tank and light Four 1200 sq. It \;
partially furnl.hed. (I2S p.rmoth waakandc for to too. tin PAC RAT. Buy. Sail and trada. U.ed furniture,
locotod appointment op. pal. Halfmoon lobe".000.Call I-7S3-1I32 Itchg month.
on. S..21. botwoon. Molroio and SWAN CRliT NURSERY SR.36, 2'4 mllot, act at plloncai, hauMhald Item.,collectable!, glaowara, Idecl for
I Howthorno BR NOME .Call Two I blocki 7J7 62M or 471 2807. IKhg. 2/21 Malrota. .... .... 3 for I'.IS limit.12/20 tlnchgIPOimSID old lewerly. tool.,ore 473-2IS3 tlnchg 7/26: MOBILE HOMES repairs, light mfg.,
from itorai 'In .Y"on. 4.l Plashing Arrow Sign Camplalo, UNICOIN gooks AND IlCMNOI10 price paperboclotrade .
yard, machine shop. .'
Height 1175 per month. Avolloblo March 1. ..... 2 'for I. 131 behind !>
now bulbi. I. warranty over paymanliI2Bmonthly.Call Flamingo St.
Colt 073.7514
b.0.90.m.o .....
otter Jp dally led Monitor. Men,-Sot. 10-5 /7
Toll Iron.1IO.62..4302 Sign.LTD. tfnchg FOR INFO '
1/2' 24 h,.. NUMSI I RATIO Nationwide mobile vinyl repair I ACRE 4 Inch well, eeptlc,3(R, 2 IA, double.wide .
t.71 ..,ylc. leeki lranchl.ee Cathedral calling., celling' tone. tlraploca, I0.20
MX( RACING EQUIPMENT On. lot at proclao 'In the Koy.tone Height.
WANTED and" ,with araa .ervlclng auto dealere and CallTAM .....nod porch. IVt yr. old Big .. Lake., Sequoia
urns and tint,$90: 13/'Araya rims body .hop
...Iod bearing.$70,Shlmano OX pedals,$9 Pawar a"-. ..__ l/ill |,a"Pfl ZiliftfiflQiM Rd. .....on.Height. $35.000.473.7925.4.peI AUCTION
WANTED TO (UV dank $9, Tok.81170 cronk..$9 473.3343. Itpd 2/21 2/7 2/2S
Ski (oka lot or lako houlo. MUM Subscribe Today
flays door wo..,and cloon EASY UFT.Equal lalag bar and way control $90.Tow 1.90 221"I
und beach.
No roaltaripleato with haadboard and linen .. .. .. .. .
bar bod
C.II I-800-874) .3030. a a.?.., p.m. Ask for $20 King ilia LAKE REGION MONITOR of
tyro W. ....,. Itchg22'Starlte $190.4733343 Itpd 2/21 ,I
473-2210 .-- .


LOCAL ROUTE Distribute name brand reg. $400. Now $2995. Also GT-750. your used metal detectors tennis makes cleaned oiled and ., etc.

food products and/or natural fruit $795. CURLES CYCLES. 9646020. itchg rackets, sklls, surfboard, ball gloves, $15. Used sewing machines for Brooker
FOR SALE juices. Restock product and collect 2/21 file cabinet., calculators, elec. James Strickland, corner 430:

money only. Con make $450 week or typewriters-anything of value. We are and Hwy. 16 Starke. 964.8733. /
more. No special vehicle needed. Requires also a certified pawn broker. Call CHAIN LINK FENCEI Installed. home or
ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. opprox. 8 hours p.r w..k and HOMES FOR SALE 964-5440.( ask for Terrl. 2/21 tfn ..tlmat... Handy-Man Fence while

3000. $300 down, $75 per mo. Call $15,000 for equipment. Up to 66% tax FREE FIELD FENCE Barbwire and f.nc.po.t. Owner Tommy Reddish 964-6559. things,

964.5606.10/4lfn write-off first year You must qualify to 60S S.WATER STREET By owner 2 BR. CB Take down and remove. 782.3727 tfn .oreai.
LOTS ACREAGEs 20 percent down, handle money for others. Writ. Mr. home 14681323. 11/08 tfn after 5 p.m. 2/21 Hn MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King 3/07

balance in fly. years, financing by Mason Box 360247, Wham Ala. 35236 MODEL HOME SALE Keystone Heightsarea Also have quilts for sole .. age.

owners, 964-6853. 12/13 If n. Include name address and phone features lake access, 1 acre lot. WANTEDAXLES sizes and designs Betty house,

ACRE LOTS PI.a.aniGrov. Settlement. number or toll toll.f,.., 1-800-521-4849 fireplace, cathedral ceilings Insulated 9648122. 6/21 tfncha. ,

3500. $350 dn., $70 p.r mo. Call between 9 a.m. and 4.30: p.m. CST. windows, R-19 wall and R-22 telling Insulation WANT TO DRINK

964-5606. 1/03 tin OWN YOUR OWN Jeon.-sportsweor, range, refrigerator, heat a TIRES Two axles and four tires. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS CHILD
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY ladles apparel children size Highest WANT TO STOP? ...
large pump, AC system upgrade carpet and price paid. Green's Welding
ROAD $3.500. $350 dn., $70 p.r mo. combination western store accessories. vinyl. Only $405 per mo. Includes 1 Shop, 301 South Starke FL. 964-5007. THAT'S OURS rates.

Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn Jordache, Chic, Lee, L.vl.) acre lot with all above features and 11/03 tfnchg Alcoholic. Anonymous9644l50964M949e45434 2/21

1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) Easy Street Izod, Esprit Tomboy, more. Must see to believe. Call Ernie THREE ANTIQUE CLOCKS For my own truck
3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Calvin Klein Sergio Volente, Evan Summerlln for details. 18002225253. use. No dealers, please. Call pd thru subcon

961.5606.103 tfn Picon., Liz Clalborne Members Only, 1/10 tfn 1-497-3204 or 4972905.124 8tchg 3/07 WANT A CLEAN HOUSE! FOR ; 5.30

10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD: $1,995 Organically Grown Healthtex, over CAPE COD ON 8 WOODED ACRESi By YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES BEGINNER HOLIDAYS Flat rate $20. $35.

per ac. $1.500 dn.. $250 p.r mo. Call 1,000 others $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory owner. 3 BR 2 BA. Large laund. room TENNIS PARTNERI (Female preferred). references, will travel. Faye at
964-5606. 1/03 tfn training fixtures, Games to be In Starke ext.
grand opening central heat/air carport S large played or LADIES, LOOK YOUR BESTI learn
% ACRE LOTS with central water,
etc. Can open in 15 days Mr. Louglin screened porch. Gllchrlst Co. 57500. Keystone. Call 496-2222. Ext. 227, Ask stonal glamour and
$2,7004; ACRE LOTS with central ((612)) 8886555. Itpd 2/21 372-4072. 1/314tchg 2/21 for Jan. 2/071tchg 2/28 .. techniques .,
care in the of
water and tank 3900. privacy your own SUPPLY
septic NUMBER 1 RATEDI Nationwide vinyl HAMPTON LAKE Beautiful brick home. YOUNG MALE RETIREE Would like parr- FREE. By appointment only.
473.4512.2/21 2tchg 2/28 repair service seeks franchise In the 3 BR. 3 BA. Fireplace, dock boathouse time position as motel clerk or what. 964-4696. 2/07 4tchfj 2/28 In Lake
Starke area servicing auto dealers and shaded lot. 964.1465.2/14 2tpd have-you. 9647907. Itchg 2/21
shrimp, crabs and fish are plentiful in body shops. Call Tom Rafter toll free, 2/21 WANTED TO BUY THIS YEAR'S CANE CARPENTRY WORK Porches,
season. Beautiful view, .secluded 1 remodeling work deck., mobile
.A/V1.5.1'6600. 2/21 fcan FOR SALE OR RENTi In SYRUPi At wholesale price. And by the
acre plus at Harriet's Bluff 1 Vi hours Homes Sub. by owner. Terms.Longchomp Call ca... Phone 782.3669.2/21 2tpd 2/28 repairs. Call 9646232. 2/142tchg:
NE Starke. 961.7835.2/21 finSubscribe 964-8945. 2/14 2tchg 2/21 BUY SELL TRADEi Gold, silver 6|

RENT/LEASE 3 BR WOOD FRAME HOMES 4 lots by diamonds Will beat anyone's price on I

I school In Brooker. Will finance$10,000. jewelry. Call 964-4238 ANYTIME. 2/21 f '
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENT US 485.1028.2/21 2tchg 2/28

301 South, near Steak House. Comple 4 BR, 2 BA HOME ON ONE ACREt Lots of BOATS 6 4 D 5d 6 ,
lion dote expected Feb. 1985. Coll
very quiet Keystone Heightsarea.
Call 473-3468 I 964-8944 days. 12/20 tfn 17995. 9644993. Itchg 2/21
; Ask for Jeff : 634 N. CHERRY STi Frame home on 50x75 h.p Johnson
FOR RENT US 301 South. Call foot lot. 4 BR, carport utility shed and outboard motor, trailer, trolling motor, e .
Trees Cut 'Paintingrlnl I 9648076. 1/10 tin playhouse. 9646365. 2/21 tfn gas tank, and bearing buddies $1600.
ai7bN 964.8723.2/21_2tchg!: 2/28
Cleaner nOl1'O1I A/HS: aril Nwf4f3OJQIIAYNKt'92'ofw8tark.! ; 4 "s ",Y'"t';. f'f 4e All eI.I
? Yards (
Could' be used for many purposes.

((813)) 689.8011.. 2/07 4tpd 2/28 -_.. .

Need Your HouseCleaned STOP RIGHT WHERE YOU ARE Shop & Compare!' EARN'-"EXTRA" MONEY. ,I 4 e B

$$STRIKE IT RICH$$ Spf,\'I.ll Insurance for "
yy,. ? w..,..25-yr. company loodor our Indu..... Mobile Homo Parks OPEN I
?' Work day. In your .,...loll to builnon owner Keystone Heights Area* 7 DAYS
Call Linda only,SIX ol all'.p..basin....aa not h...our I"All I MM** III> hornciiwnvrs Applications are now being taken for A WEEKI
program 100% financing n.money dawn Profit pili IL'It'j! ( 9 A.M.-9 P.M. PALM
473-3468 !paid.....,..Load umlihad.Call M,.Wynn orinohilo Times-Union Morning Paper Route. Applicants 500
.SOO-Z47-Z44i, SiOO a.m.-S.OO p m.CtT.JOHNSON'S homes cash I READING
must be able to post a ,i JocksonvilleFL

... "- .- Call for Quote bond have reliable transportation and a I''

Olin's Mobile telephone.
Call 964-5165 '
Corner Pratt & Myrtle Streets Home Sales
This Is Ideal supplemental Income for a
Starke FL 964-4163 Elaine M. Olin Agent housewife,an retirement couple, teacher, etc.
HOURS: Sat. 'Wed. 4:30p.m. til Midnight 964.5606 EXCELLENT PROFITSENFORCER !? ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.

Thurs. Fri.7:00: a.m. til MidnightCall

AI... ....... c. for Same.Day.....-Service. ... ......... .... ... ..... .. Realtor


Janet M. X 17 221 W. Lafayette St.-Acroti from Wishbone
Chimney Fires Fill Man.-Frl.8:30 .-5:30p.m.

StarlingRealtor Are Among the Top 10 4 Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 noon

Home-Fire HazardsA r
Dirty Chimney

Also Causes S "Take Advantage of Our Exclusive
VERY NICE: 3 BR. 2 BA. Heat lossSmokeFilled KILLS RATS & MICE
2 Ac. Hwy. 125. $49.000.IN Rooms NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM

LAWTEY: One blk.

from school. 3 BR, 1 BA Protect your home INVESTMENT PROPERTIES:

home. Shaded lot And Family Kills rats & mice
28500. With A Four oz. ready to use The most effective \ii REDUCED: 5-Unit Apt. complex In city limits.

4.87 ACRES: Well Septic Safe Chimney bail packs I formula on the market III *SPACIOUS OLDER HOME: Immaculate. Owner financing Lawley.

tank, 17x35 Talman e Proven Plval formula for killing mica *301-INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY: Mini-storages. Positive cash flow,

pool, fenced/cross- Call: 964-8278 l Five times stronger than Five toss packs kills good market. .es.
of mica with no III
fenced. 24000. the leading brand lots
Chimney Sweep
225 A. Blankenshlp mass or need to touch *COMPLETELY REMODELED HOME: 3 BR 1 BA with many extras.
4.28 ACRES: Hwy Peanut all makes
12500. Enforcer Irresistible to the bait .3 ACRES WITH DW M/H: Griff Loop area. Owner financing available.

NEWLY AVAILABLE: Rats ft Mice *2 LOVELY BUILDING LOTS Restricted area off SR 16 toward Raiford.

1'/ -2'/ Ac. tracts.Owner ., *LOVELY HOME: Meant for family living. 1 Acre with brick 5/2. Brooker.
*QUIET COUNTRY LIVING: 47 Acres w/brick home pond irrigated land lust
Sunspots Spectacular 4 miles from Stark Excellent buy.
Ac.: $2,000 per
ac. $579.001 ENFORCER *KEYSTONE AREA: New cedar home overlooking good fishing lake. F/P.

.5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. l III Owner Builder. Priced in 70's.
12500. Round trip tare to Hawaii, includes *LOCATED ACROSS FROM LAKE GENEVA: 3 BR. 2 BA Cen. HI A, fireplace,

.20 Ac.: Cov'd In pines. 7 nights accomodations, @ cathedral ceilings. It won't last 'long.
III *SUMMER'S NEAR AND SO IS THIS HOME: Close to Hampton Lake. 3 BR. 2 BA
-50 Ac. 50000. of Rent-A-Car for 20 hrs.,
use Cen H/A F/P and large screened porch.
.14 Ac.: $1.750 per ac. BUGS
much more. KILLS ROACHES & *BUYER PROTECTION PLAN: Covers this 2 BR, 2 BA home on 6.1 acres. Come
-3 BR 1 BA: Country
and see this beautiful home.

25500. *COMM 600 R/F 301 N: Between Dairy Queen and Kentucky Fried Chicken.
*COMM 43V R/F: On 301 N. by Furniture Factory.
AND LOUNGE COMM 3015: 1 acre with mini-storages zoned 8 approved for additional

'..SERVICE STATION 8HAMPIONJ, ua5 Contains Baygon & mini-storoge. Leaving full /.-ac. for office building etc. Positive cash flow.

I $40,000 .... I kill Pyrethrlns and residual for a quick *4.5 ACRES with 3 BR, 2 BA; 2-car garage, CH/A F/P, Formal dining 8 family

I ((9OA 782.3931 I Easy to use applicator protectionDual room very nice.
M I Odorless non-staining A HWY 301 N: 1 Acre with Ig. house. Priced t $32,000.
P.O. Drawer 838 N. Temple Ave. 964.4444a a stream nozzle for III *WE ARE OFFERING FOR SALE: Perryman property on Madison Street.
:301 S. Lawtey Kills roaches you see baseboards and
.. -- *REDUCED TO $10.000.: House on Orange Street.
and roaches hiding In L cracks & crevicesKills
*INVESTMENT PROPERTY: Cove House S 6 apartments.
the wells
\ e fleas, ants, III MELROSE: One acre lot. $11,500.00
HELP WANTED I If s a Longlastlngprotection roaches, crickets, PINE TREE INN: Approx. '/i-ocre $ bldg. Versatile bldg.

silverfish, spiders, 18 ACRE FARMETTE: On paved road with older farm house
f Chevrolet Line e Guaranteed to get rid scorpions beetles
Experienced *6.9 ACRES: Only 11000. Good owner financing.
Mechanic I of roaches or your waterbugs, mites, *WILL SELL OR TRADE: For house In town. 30 ac. ft nice 3 BR, IV BA brick
hioney back earwigs, millipede and
Needed Immediately I even brown dog ticks veneer with many extras,
*2 BUILDING LOTS on Cherry Street.
Contact Charlie Schramm *LARGE HOME ON CHURCH STREET: With patio, nice pecan trees t etc

964-7500. Reduced to 49900.
1.% ACRE with well and septic. Good terms.

...- ENFORCER'Tbi Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR '
Sales Manager Evenings 9e4'4048 '
:1T WANTED w Irene 1. Faulkner 64-9141 Elise John .

.of Bright ALA P.catt Avllml At Thetser .te>r..iHAWTHORNE .. Rex Sterner 47J-2120 Susenne Kitchens 94-7430
wooden furniture out
Craftsman to build rustic \ Bob Matthews 94-7281 Lou Young 944-7529
Carol Warner 9M-4992

'Hodge Hardware ACEHardwar 'Brown
) Bryan's
people Interested In beam construction. Available
4 II Also, 411 W.Call St. Hardware) ''I Carol Warner.REALTOR ASSOC.

Select Woods, Inc... 964-8182 Palmetto* Nightingale US 411.2585 301 North.. Property Management DivisionL' _

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I Now is Girl Scout Cookie tme _, I Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm

For cookie lovers all across aline coating. The i .,..., : Take 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
America this IB the best varieties : ,,,i t>$.''' ',",, follow
very time of Include: Samoas, a !!.I\o'h.lt' 24th Street (Forsyth Road), signs
year. It's Girl Scout Cookie Time. cookie covered with caramel, I ..",c_ ._ ..
Girl Scouts In northeast Florida in toasted coconut and striped
will be selling cookies direct: to the chocolate; Do-SI-Dos an NOW OPEN
public In business and cookie with peanut butter ;
areas from cookie booths February Trefoils, an old-fashioned Tuesday Saturday 10 am 6 pm _
22 through March 17 as well as bread butter cookie; ..
delivering the orders they took wafer covered with peanut 964.7109
earlier this month.An then dipped in chocolate l ;
American tradition that dates Chunks, a traditional chocolate All Nature Sings of JesusALLIGATOR
back to 1S33 the Girl Scout cookie cookie; and Thin Mints, a
sale is still the main source of In- favorite mint cookie covered
come for the Girl Scouts one of chocolate. All Girl Scout
America's finest youth develope- made with 100 percent INC.
organization.In 1964 Girl Scoutof shortening and contain no CREEK RANCH
the U. S. A. sold more than 130 vatives or artificial colors.
million boxes of cookies. That cookies are$2 per box. titHWY.301 SOUTH STARKE
amounts to about 3.5 billion cookies. -\
There are seven delicious Remember, this is the only I 609a:30.64MondaySaturday
varieties this year including the year that you can purchase
newest cookie Assorted Juliettes. In cookies that have become OPEN
this one box of cookies there are two American tradition.
varieties lemon kist light delicate Senior Troop 669 will be at F-R-M DEALER
shortbread dipped in creamy lemon Florida Bank Friday afternoon : e CARRYING F-R-M FEEDS TO MEET
coating and precan praline, crisp Community Bank Saturday
.! shortbread dipped in_brown ing please support them. YOUR EVERY NEED

FOR 50 LI.Of F-R-M

M' STOCK .,MV3. ; -

A tasty way to fix steak Is to marinate it In French dressing for a
time, then broil as usual. --

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We Can 782-3702 Save You $$$$ -HJN-A.-



And what
Chow Mein w/Egg Roll 2.75
from the deck of ,
Shrimp Chow Mein w/Egg Roll .
Union Tim. "
County 150 Main Sn-MI l k lutltr.Phone a nit lot. S25 000- down payment _' out-
a "Mercury
TOWN Pot Information SavcuatoMOmo. TFNC.Ol.OUTOf 13,000 7U-MM Owns will 2-tlnonco pd 2/14 at.21IMOCHIVROUTSWo 10 porcont Intorait. Chicken with Almonds w/Egg Roll . $3.15

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4V6-2M6..,.ufn. HwnonoM 12/13 tr 121 lob. luilor stondord_ Encollont condition S3,:300,...at Beef with Broccoli w/Egg/ Roll . $3.15
.11's Tailor Park I-pd 3/21
tf AON LAND :M acnx cult ....... 39: -... XlPUtinS Roglnnlng to lay.call.96-22I9.' I- 3.15
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COUNTRY LIVING 2... I In.MobIl.Homo unfurnlirwd. $33.000.Call 4963525.2-chg: 2/21
Yard and roam tai....... Adults only Chicken and Shrimp Combination(HOI t spicy) I
Sill ml*. '''.n. 4f'.]60Q. I-cha 2/7)] 177 FORD LTD III Excellent running w/Egg Roll" 13.45
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largo yard
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school Breaker. finance
Above Served with Soup and Fried RIce
485.1028.2/21 2tchg 2/28
FREE HELP WANTED 1900 N. Temple Ave., US 301 N

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Hand Contor.LO.lax 741 laka
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DOlMAN Will AND UPTIC TANK Packaga......T All The
or 4'wall,wsNrpump,now Installation at top-
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ham polos. _liable.All work gust nlcd call
Tammy Oannon 27S-2ISI.Um*/I lHiTTUt InterestYou
TM1 UtVICI Tro.removal and pruning. Auto Electric
Alioflrowood.oak and plno...tola. ,Call Thomas ,
Norrla 4 a.3>2J,urn 12/22 &
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Today I Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights To Pay r

UNION COUNTY TIMES Foreign & Domestic Alternators & Starters 8.80/0 Interest On These Models:
496-2261 -
Monday Friday 8.5 Saturday 8.12 :

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I News .BriefsMan'Being HEAT. PUMPS

Served Michael Castoro of Hawthornewas Thomas Murray King, 62, of Robert Luther Koon,driving while INSURED & BONED!
Faces More ChargesWhile arrested Feb. 10 for driving Starke was arrested Feb. 17 for driving I Intoxicated; $281.50, license REASONABLE RATESWAYNE
under influence, according to under influence, driving while I suspended six months, one year probation
authorities were attempting Trooper W. D. Langston. Castoro license suspended, no valid driver I 50 hours community service,
SINCE 1969
an arrest of a Lawtey man on was released on his own license according to Deputy Eugene I attend DWI school.
several capias, he became violent recognizance,bond was set at 1025. Lee. King's l vehicle was weaving on Della Mae Godbolt, failed to carry KINNEY
and now faces additional charges. the roadway according to the arrest I and exhibit license; $55.75. ,.
Phillip Louis Lee, 19, of Lawteywas James David Ramsay of Pinellas report,his blood alcohol content was Edwin Vernon Asher, improper l.._ ELECTIIICAL .'HEATING ALIT OND. ,
additionally charged Feb. 17 Park was arrested Feb. 10 for driving .22 percent. Bond was set at $535, I tag; $15 court costs, case dismissed.
with battery of a law enforcement under influence, according to King was released on his own Lloyd Randall Hunt,DWI; $281.50, L .PLUMBING nEFI11GERA1ONr. $ -
officer and resisting arrest with Trooper Langston. Ramsay's blood recognizance. I license suspended six months, one .- '
violence, according to InvestigatorDavid alcohol content was .13 percent, he year probation, 50 hours community \ 964-8786 \
Aderholt and Lt. William was released after a $325 surety Harold Hollis Waldron, 50, of I service, attend DWI school. 1
Tillotson. bond was posted. Hampton was arrested Feb. 18 for 766 N THOMPSON STARREZ
The order to arrest Lee was for driving under influence, accordingto
obstruction of justice by false Information Johnnie Allen Pons, 39, of Chief John Hodges. Waldron's
resisting arrest without Hawthorne was arrested Feb. 9 for blood alcohol content was .28 per
violence and possession in an Incl.dent driving while license suspended, according cent. Bond was set at $325.
last April. Also a June 23 Incl.dent to Trooper D. F. Peseta.
when Lee was charged with Pons was released after a $210 sure-
possession, wilful-wanton reckless bond
ty was posted.
driving and fleeing-attempting to News of RecordIn

elude. Lee was scheduled for changeof Elmer Ellsworth Evans, 34, of St. County CourtThe
plea Oct. 15 for all the charges but Petersburg was arrested Feb. 6 for
failed to make a court appearance driving under influence, disorderly following defendants appeared -
Total bond was set at$2,500 for the conduct and disorderly intoxication!: before Judge George H.
old charges and for the Feb. 17 according to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Pierce in county court Feb. 4.
charges bond was set at $2,000. Lee Total bond was set at $700, he was Steven Wayne Hickey charged
remains in the Bradford County Jail. released on his own recognizance.John with driving while intoxicated and
possession of cannabis was sentenced -
Man Steals Car Lester Rudd 30, of Jackson on the possession charge. Hickey:
ville was arrested Feb. 7 for driving received six months Salvation Army
Caught In Starke under influence, according to probation,fined$429,must complete Z
Patrolman Reno.Rudd released 40 hours community work, attend
Tracy D. Pruitt, 19, of Alachuawas was
under influence school at
arrested in Starke Feb. 16 and after a $325 surety bond was posted. driving Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic and
charged with grand theft-auto, according -
to Corporal David Goodnerand David E. Pfenniger, 42, of Starke must violate no laws. The DWI
Trooper B. A. Williams. was arrested Feb. 12 for driving charge was dismissed.
Pruitt under influence and driving while
was stopped driving a 1968
Thomas M.Edwards charged with
license according to
US-301 suspended
Plymouth on which had been
reported stolen from Alachua Coun Patrolman Paul Rhoden. He was possession o( cannabis was found
ty. Pruitt admitted taking the car released after a $535 surety bond guilty and was fined $124, placed on
six months court supervision, must
from Joann Marsh Feb. was posted.
14, according -
not be involved with drugs or

Pruitt to Corporal was released Goodner.from the James Leslie Donn, 29, of Starke alcoholic beverages.John .
Bradford County Jail and booked into was arrested Feb. 12 for driving ,.
Jackson with
while license suspended, according W. charged _
the Alachua County Jail Feb. 17. _
to Patrolman G. W. Barrette. A driving while intoxicated,was found 8 8
capias was issued for Donn for guilty and fined $334 must DWI r rg 12.60 Mo. Financing
school, license revoked six months,
failure to pay his traffic fine, bond '
Macclenny Man was set at $210 or pay the$59.25 fine 50 hours community work and six 85
Arrested in StarkeGlen for release. months Salvation Army probation. Ranger

Lee Williams 26,of Macclenny Joyce Manning charged with bat
was arrested Feb. 16 for driving James Marklee Parrish, 46, of tery and disorderly conduct was "S"
under influence, refusing to sign Lake Butler was arrested for driving found guilty of disorderly conduct
citation, and battery of law enforce- under influence according to TroperD. and fined 5925. The battery chargewas iZi
ment officer, according to F. Peseta. Parrish was released dismissed by the state attorney.
Patrolman Paul Rhoden. afte a $325 cash bond was posted. $5993

During the course of the traffic arrest ;_ -
Williams alledgedly became k6trupeat6Mtsatt-

belligerent and starting kicking the 85 rrl, :rL, r
arresting officer and other officers, Ranger
Patrolman Paris and George Bar- Multi Mlle .
rette, called in to aid Rhoden.
Williams was additionally chargedwith [Chassis Cab -
resisting arrest with violence !
and three counts of battery of a law
enforcement officer. Total bond was COMPARE SAVE
set at $2,500.Williams $6895
was released on his own P16580013P180 . . . . . $24.8*
recognizance for all the charges. 80 D13 . . . . . S2S.88' ,
-__ P19575B14 . . . . . $29.88
ALL P205 7S B14 . . . . . $31." '
Bradford Arrests HAVe '215 7* BROAD 1S . . . . . $33... ,. 85 Ranger 85 Ranger 84 Ranger
For Traffic Violations P22S 75 BIS . . . . . $3.... b ;
I -..... .., HAZARD 75 Bib, .. .. . 13888.. .
*- J1JAIIM'W'23 '.v. 'L V6"toadeH" "
I Tha ,1f..4-i individuals ere' arrested -;:_'. _. .. j .;: V-6 V-6;Auto, Air(1 only r
ord County by local Front End Truck TIres 4 Wheel RVTAlignment

authorities for traffic violations dur 9-15 .. . . . . . $5988
ing the past week. 311050.15 . . .. . . $5.... : $7295 $8995 $9695
$9 99 31-11-50-15 . . . . $6888
Frederick B. Kelley of Starke was I 33-12-50-15 . . . . $y 1
Moil ea"ILL Tracks
arrested Feb. 8 for driving under in- :: i.\f V S .
fluence, according to Patrolman l c I
VlS/IO. :.
Paul Rhoden. Kelley was stopped on .{ .. .. d\o. ft" ";
SR-16, his blood alcohol content was 110. IM 12.90/0
Bill Bogle. Specializes: A Financing
.15 percent. Bond was set at $325, In Foreign Cir Repair Owned a> Operated by pytd
Kelley was released on his own Pil A Dean Cerbett
recognizance. 25 Yean Experience:

Michael Anthony Porter, 18, of CORBETT'S TIRES & SERVICE I
Jacksonville arrested Feb. 7 for .
was 1e".T ""NAS' F150Gauges
964-6436 I
driving while license suspended,according / icing (Form.rly 51ark. Flr.elon.JA y _
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Etheridge. He was released after a -.---......-.....-.-..-- -. ....-..... -. -..-...-. .) 300 Six, 4 Speed
$210 surety bond was posted. _.. .
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