Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01329
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01329
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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in February rainfall totals '1.8 inches. Fifty-year for SECTION CI 6 Pag.. MAR
I February is 3.43 inches. average Family Fun. . . . .Pog. 1
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;i Wail noting Rural Strawberry Acres Residents Reject Increased Density I I IA

I request for rezoning to allow increased property to be divided into one-acre would destroy the .I
\ density of housing in lots for mobile homes. area which is now character of the tank contamination in the low lying recommendation will be submitted
Strawberry Acres, a subdivision ly Greene said "the county" had con- homeowners lots occupied by area. to the County Commission at its
; 2' C of C Events ing east of US-301 south of Lawtey, sidered building another road into four to 20 acres. He ranging said from The Telegraph learned Wednes- March 4 meeting.
was disapproved by the County Zon- Strawberry Acres and if this was residents moved many day that "the county" has not made In other business, the zoning board
Set down
Today... ing Board Tuesday night, Feb. 26, done they would need a 50-foot right- Jacksonville to get from from definite plans for the additional ac- approved a zoning change to allow
I Two Chamber of Commerce after strong opposition by an of-way through' his property for a ty's lifestyle, and feared away that allow the ci that cess road to Strawberry Acres, and an industrial classification on property
r events are scheduled today (Thursday overflow delegation of property grade running northwesterly to con- ing one-acre lots on one tract might have had been told he would south of CR-221 and north of
Feb. 28). owners in the area"f- nect with CR-200A in the PetesviJle start a trend that would result in the before get the property rezoned Hampton. The operation was
A luncheon seminar is set at noon Heated objectionslwere raised to a area. very conditions they hoped to any further action was taken. represented by David McKibben,
at the Fried Chicken Factory on request by Harr ..jN. Greene, a Greene said Tuesday night that if escape. Greene who said starters and generators
US-301 south on the subject of Strawberry Acre" property owner the road was built it would split his have that residents now would be manufactured there.In .
Merchandising/Sales who lives in Jacksonville, to change property and he would like to be able When the only one access road into the
tion. Presented by H.M. Promo- the zoning of 14 acres in the nor- to subdivide it into one-acre lots. He group was asked if subdivision, and the only way in and other action, the board approved -
anyone opposed Greene's
retired president of Kraft Foods theast corner of the subdivision from said that if the road was not built he hand went requests, out crosses the railroad. If the a request from S.I. Safer to
International EA (exclusive up all over the council tracks are ever blocked it would be 'change his
would 40-acre
agriculture) to OR not want the rezoning. tract from a
the seminar is chamber and the
primarily for retail stores designed but- (open rural)). The present zoning requires Don Brooks, spokesman for the the hallway.Other spill-over crowd in other impossible to get fire trucks and any residential classification to open
anyone interested attend. 2'/4 acres per single family protesting group, said that to in- residents emergency vehicles in and out, rural. Safer said he had lived there
may he
Light lunch served at $3 residence, while OR would allow the crease the density of the subdivision possible water pointed to the said. three years and wanted to expand
son. per per- shortage and septic The Zoning Board's negative his agricultural operation.

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A Chamber U"" .,!,;.. !..\ ,.v.:.:. J .av
mixer is scheduled
from 5:30: ( to 7:30: p.m., sponsored
by attorney James R. Flynn and HearingSet
CPA C.R. Smith, Jr. at their office'
at 405 W. Georgia Street, at the ) p ::1 .
north end of the county courthouse r "' 4r .

Refreshments. Members, guests, d t, Aa '
and prospective members invited.

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Cap Gown Orders... I. :r b _
Cap arid gown measurements will I \ yr
be taken from 11:30: a.m. to 1 $ '
today (Thursday, Feb. 28)) in frontof r fY CharterChanges

Mrs. Redding's counter in the
Bradford High office for prospec- '.art \ \Jrp-
tive 1985-86 BUS graduates. j

The entire $13, tax included, cap r..
and gown rental must be paid at
the time the order is placed. Extra
tassels may be purchased for $3. _
This is the last scheduled day for }
ordering and -r 4 '
gowns. A public hearing on two proposed

Azalea Sale... changes to the state charter for the
I City of Starke is set Tuesday, March
Enhance the beauty of your yard I 5, at 7:30: p.m. in city hall.
this Spring with sturdy azalea 1 The proposed changes are:
plants. .Extending the terms of office for
Various varieties are available at all elected Starke officials from the
11, 408 S. Walnut Street Saturday mor 1 current two years to four years

.w;" .... .. ning.March 2, at,the annual sale Having the mayor elected 1 t by city .
co-sponsored by the Gainesville Sun k '. '* t.... The method"i o.ed would .. .
and the Starke Woman's Club. be to designate one commission seat
1,500 plants will be sold in Starke as that of the mayorcommissioner.People .
for $1.25 each for 10 for $11.50. voting on that seat would
There is a limit of 40 plants per know they were voting for the
family. mayor, or persons running in that
group would know they were runn-

ing for mayorcommissioner."Everybody .

Spelling Bees... is always guessing
what the people are thinking. This
The county elementary and mid- The Best Grades at BUS... will give them a chance to say what
dle schools have set the dates for they're thinking," Commissioner
Straight-A students are Bradford High School are (I-r) : says
their annual spelling bees, beginn- Front row, seated: Rita Richardson Stacey Shuford. Cindy Winkler Felicia Davis Marie Innocent. Jimmy Crosby.
ing this morning at 9:30: a.m. at Tracy ('lark, Catherine Zambito. Penny Hsieh. Back row: Richie Taylor, David Thorpe, Todd Gillenwaters,Valarie Still to be decided are such thingsas
Starke Elementary. Middle row standing and kneeling: Michael Barber Jennifer Brown Jenkins. : 1) whether the items will be

Southside Elementary will have Jody Brown Jason Brow n. Sherrie Harrell, Wendy Hsieh. Melissa :Miller Not present for photo: Stephanie Redding Wendy Sullivan. voted on separately, 2) could the city
its spelling bee at 9 a.m. today have an elected mayor with
(Thursday, Feb. 28). everybody having two year terms.A .
Lawtey Elementary has set its committee of City Attorney
spelling bee for 9 a.m. Friday, Terry Brown, Commissioner Vernon
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March 1.Brooker. Straight-A's at Bradford HighTwentytwo Silcox, and concerned citizen John
Elementary will have its Miller was designated to meet to
spelling bee Thursday, March 7, at discuss the proposals from a concerned -

9a.m. or 2.1 percent, of the management, family living, and 11, geometry, psychology, SpanishII Miss Miller is enrolled in standard, citizens group, and, perhaps
Hampton Elementary has set its 1,050-member student body at Bradford English skills 12. and standard American history. English 10, drawing and painting, prepare a recommendation for the
spelling bee for 9 a.m. Friday, High School earned straight-A's Stephanie Redding, daughter of Rita T. Richardson, daughter of algebra II, advanced biology I, and city commission.
March 8.Bradford. J for the third six-weeks grading Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Reddish of Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Richardson of shorthand. Commissioner Crosby, a propo-
Middle School has set period which ended Jan. 17. Theressa. Miss Redding is enrolledin Keystone Heights. Miss Richardsonis Stacey L. Shuford, daughter of Mr. nent of the two proposed changes,
its spelling bee for 9 a.m. Tuesday, Another 109 students, or 10.3 percent DCT-1, chemistry II, and enrolled in drawing and painting, and Mrs. James Shuford of Lawtey. hopes citizens will attend
March 12. of the student body, earned all psychology.Wendy honors English 11, accounting I, and Miss Shuford is enrolled in advanced i hearing and let city commissioners
The school winners will go to the A's and B's for places on the A-B A. Sullivan, daughter of SES tutoring. American history, art II, algebra II, know what their thinking is on any
district competition at the School honor roll. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Sullivan of Cindy Winkler, daughter of Mr. Spanish II, and annual staff. subject on which they wish to speak.
Board Office at 10 a.m. on Thurs- Starke. Miss Sullivan is enrolled in and Mrs. Arthur Winkler of Starke. Proponents of the 4-year terms
March 21.Strawberry. Five seniors, 4 juniors, 4 humanities more business would be done
day geometry, psychology, Miss Winkler is 'enrolled in Freshmen: say ,
sophomores and 9 freshmen earned
straight-A's. The A-B honor roll includes and Spanish III. chemistry I, lab associate, standard Michael E. Barber, son of Mr. and and more people would run for the
city commission seats which would
Catherine N. Zambito, daughter of Mrs. Winston Barber of Starke.
English II, phychology, and stan-
29 seniors 23
Pageant juniors, 25
be attractive with four
Joseph Zambito of Starke. Miss year
dard American Barber is enrolled in drawing and
Set March 30... !sophomores, and 32 freshmen. Zambito is enrolled in standard history. terms. Now, proponents say, the city

English 12, chemistry II, painting, journalism, Spanish I, commissioners stop making controversial
The annual Strawberry Queen Straight-A students, are, by psychology, and computer science Sophomores: honors English 9, and algebra I. decisions about April or
Beauty Pageant, sponsored: by the I grade: 11. Sherrie C. Harrell, daughter of Jason M. Brown, son of Mr. and May in election years, which now
Starke Junior Woman's Club, is set Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell of Mrs. Marvin Brown of StarkeBrown come every year.
March 30 at 8 p.m. in the Bradford Seniors: Juniors: Brooker. Miss Harrell is enrolled in Is enrolled in algebra I, Opponents, who would keep the

High School auditorium. Marie Innocent, daughter of Mr. Marsenna L. Brantley, daughterof advanced American history, ad- Florida history, Spanish I, honorsEnglish current two-year terms, point out
Applications must be turned in to j and Mrs. Antoina Innocent of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brantley of vanced biology I, algebra II,SpanishII 9, and chorus II. two year terms keep council
Williams Jewelry no later than Fri- 'Raiford. Miss Innocent is enrolled in Starke. Miss Brantley is enrolled in and drama. Jennifer L. Brown, daughter of members closer to the public."Vou're .
day, March 8. Contestants may 'math analysis, chemistry II, college biology II, honors English 11, Wendy Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of campaigning all the time,"
pick up application forms at algebra & trignometry, psychology. psychology, Spanish II, and stanard Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. Miss Starke. Miss Brown is enrolled i in says Commissioner Charles
Williams Jewelry (Bradford Square Valarie M. Jenkins, daughter of American history. Hsieh is enrolled in beginning typ- algebra I, physical scoenceSpanisI h Schaefer, adding that may not be
location), Mitchell's Drug Store, or Mrs. and Mrs. Wilbert Jenkins of Tracie L. Clark ing, advanced American history, practical business skills, and
daughter of Mr.
Bradford High School. Orientation Lawtey. Miss Jenkins is enrolled in' and Mrs. Ted Clark of Starke. Miss algebra II, Latin I, and shorthand. chorus.!!. bad.Council members can be defeatedsee
Is scheduled Melissa A. Miller, daughter of Mr.
March 10. Questions clothing & textiles, home and family Clark is
may be directed to Pageant Coor- enrolled in standard English and Mrs. James Miller of Brooker. (See Straight-A's..p.2.\) ( Hearing..pg.2A)

dindator Vicki Gaines, phone

9648485."Strawberries Theme .for the Around 1985 pageant the World.is Dupont Donates $20 OOO to SFCC. Stark fayl)3. .. .P-rn... ... p.t I
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SREC Move... Presentation of a $20,000 gift from quiries, from prospective students .J"--

The Community Outreach Center the DuPont Com/clOy to the Santa outside the Bradford area, In addi- *" tan
and the Homemaker's Office, spon- Fe Community College Starke tion to those locally. He said this was .6+. I
sored by the Suwannee River Center project highlighted a joint the first project he had been involved .r v
Economic Council, Inc., has movedto luncheon meeting yesterday in where there had not been a t {." i
272-6 South Bay Street, on the (Wednesday, Feb. 27) attended by single negative comment, and un- ;: '
east side of the Pantry Pride members of the Rotary and Kiwanis qualified support was given by the 't
building behind the Gulf Life In- Clubs, local officials, and other civic local community. I .l 4
surance office. leaders. Dr. Robertson pledged the M'I
For information, phone 964-6696. The presentation was made by college's ability to provide excellence ; I
The move was necessitated by Donald Luebke, plant manager of in the two-year college wjr
the demolition of the old Bradford the DuPont operations here, to the courses to be offered here. He said
County jail to make way for the SFCC Endowment Corporation, training for job opportunities and
establishment of a Starke Center represented by Dr. Alan Robertson, economic success of students would
for Santa Fe Community College. president of the community college.In be stressed through the college's 37
vo-tech courses.
Cookies Are Here! ... expressing appreciation for the Among others introduced were
gift, Guy Andrews, chariman of the Craig Salley, architect of the cour-
Girl Scout troops in Bradford, Starke Center Steering Committee, thouse revision, and Dr. Bernard
Union and Clay counties are off and commended the DuPont Company McFadden, director of the present
running in the annual Girl Scout J for its contribution to the economic and future Starke Center, and the
Cookie Sale.Cookies welfare, as well as social and Ernest Triests. senior and junior, r
are $2 per box and all cultural life, of the community during general contractors on the project. .
varieties are available. I the 35 years it has been mining Andrews commended City Com-
Money from the sales provides |heavy minerals in the. Starke- missioner Charles Schaefer for his
maintenance for programs and additional J Lawtey area.Harvey supervision of demolition work on Funds Keep Coming...

the Gateway camp Girl site Scout development Council,in as Sharon Dean of Develop- the old of jail, and Marvin Ray custodian Don I.uebke, DuPont plant manager, hands a 120.000 check to Dr. Allan Robertson, president of Santa
i ment at Santa Fe, said that due to the courthouse,. for his Fe Community College. .
well as putting money into activities \widespread publicity, the school had assistance in the
recent fund-raising Guy Andrews. chairman of the Starke Center
of local Steering Committee, left, and Harvey Sharon, director
received than garage rale.
i more SO in- of the SFCC Endowment. Corporation right, look on.I' .

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Z\ TEL6tRApII February 2a. 1911.

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TestingsCity WeHPotentiaUV. ExperiiVe_ ,, Engineer: Warns ,

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It will cost 55DOlno will be done in March, In other 1''eb.19 action:a The council members agreed to vocational education, is the father of Heard from CommissionerCharles
four holes around the will be analyzed. work with the school system in hiring city attorney Terry Brown. Attorney Schnefer that the city would I
power plant to test for it could be a very ex Ditch Work... crossing guards for elementary Brown said his father's appointmentshould demolish the old county jail as part
ground water as ," Ruckman told Expenditure of $12,000 was approved schools. not be a conflict of interest.In of its in-kind contribution to the
Dept. of Feb 19. to buy 290 feet of large pipe to The school system has to come up SFCC Starke Center project. Commissioner -
(DEK, engineer Don no evidence whatsoever fill in the ditch on Myrtle and Orange with the money. The city will assist other Feb. 19 action, the coun- Schaefer oversaw the
Starke commissioner of the well, Streets and to widen the entrance to by coming up with off-duty police officers cil: demolition.
19 meeting. by Utility Supt. Merrill Orange Street from Edwards Road, or other qualified personnel to
It will cost about 40 years old. near Bradford Square, was approved fill the slots. Increased the salary of Bill
$3,000 to have the that a well be 100 by the council. The council authorized attorney Weldon, superintendent of power Agreed to reroof the city
tested, engineer tanks.DER inspectors "I'll try," said City Clerk Neil Terry Brown,who works for both the resources, by $2,000 per year, and warehouse at the power plant. Commissioner -
The well at the fuel tanks and the Tucker when asked it he could find city and the school board,to draw up congratulated Weldon on an excellent Jimmy Crosby said the city
must be tested for feet apart, in a routine $12,000 for the unbudgeted project.; an iter-local agreement between the job done.; will buy the material and beg the
is only'20 feet from back in October. Residents long have complained two boards. labor.
Ruckman told the city at the power plant is one the ditch which runs from US-301 Was still waiting to hear from the '
6. Since Ruckman city uses. It would not be west and curves through Pine Haven Bond Trustee... doctor on the physical condition of Was asked for, but took no actionon
negotiating with DER should that well have Subdivision, at Orange and Pratt Educator Millard Brown was appointed Fire Chief Bobby Lewis, who was a training room to be built at the
much testing will be Streets, washes away the banks of to the vacancy on the city s still at home on sick leave. A reportis police station. Police Chief Jimmy
DER turned down is 550 feet deep and has the ditch and cuts into their back three-member bond trustee board, due on whether Chief Lewis is Bowen said there is so much class
first proposal and part of the way down but yards. charged with overseeing operation physically able to continue as a time required to keep up the training
resulted in the have to be determined of the power plant. fireman or will have to retire of the policemen that additional
holes Ruckman said. process. School Crossings.... Brown,county-wide coordinator of because of a disability. space is needed for classes.

. School Building, ,: Job' on Burned-Out BHS BuildingReject ; tl

all bids and allowed, said the school Ernie Triest, seci t ry-treasurer "But to say we can't continue deduction was followed by a letter of contractors what they wanted to do.
decision by Supt. Jim options: 1) to accept of Triest Construction Co., pointed down there is not correct, becausewe confirmation by Wallis Const. Triest said rebid. Wallis, the low bid- 1
the School Board, a bid or 2) reject all the out the procedure is not contained in can," Duncan. ,added.. Architect Morgan also asked the der, said he'd prefer not to rebid.
probably delay past : the bid' specifications. Attorney
school opening the fact that both the Triest Brown said young Triest was correct -
rebuilding Phase I bids exceeded the pre-bid but that the bid procedures
school. '$340,700 by almost were orally altered by architect Triest Asks Delay... 1
For U.S. 301 South
The job will be Duncan recommended Morgan who invited bidders to make Rebidding would delay the project Lease on
new bid opening will be rebid. last minute changes. only a week or two, said Ernie
Marchf 15, it was emergency bidding pro- Triest. New Business Buildings !
After the Time Frame...
a lengthy bidding procedures,
night, Feb. 25,over earlier been hired to "I don't feel there Is away in the rebid"Do"we asked want board to build member a' school J.T.or "Near Western Steer Steakhouse" '
participation'W ,
an $18,500 bid I of BHS, which world..." to be ready by the August hing for a decision from i i112j
the outside of the 14 classrooms for school opening if the job is rebid, the boar
ted by D.E. Wallis social studies, and said architect Morgan. .
So the board does not act
lone as
of Gainesville; Supt. be rebuilt for 10 in j
Department of Education
procedures ft. unit at 425
his recommendation ssroorns. The building arbitrarily or in a capricious man- sq. per per
call for alterations
significant ner, it would be in no legal difficulty,
passed 54) by the Dec. 12. The classes are "' "
in plans for a lob to be rebid, attorney Brown said. There was an 4.50 per sq. ft.
When bids
were held in the vo-tech
Morgan also pointed out. Since is a inconsistency with the bid
the special meeting low last rebuilding job, the outside of the documents, but the bidding was con Excellent Exposure to Heavy Traffic
apparent no under the
way building cannot be altered or enlarg
sistent with what the architect said,
Construction Co. of
procedures to avoid bided
,inside demountable walls of steel added.
the attorney _
Heights at $385,774. said
atcost almost exactly the same as con
: "To go with Triest would be a long,
representative pointed crete walls, etc., Morgan said.
chitect Don Morgan uphill battle, and not worth it to the
ing the bids that the $ Practice... Rough Schedule... school board," said attorney Brown. Call 964-8944
tion was written on the
Wallis practice in bidding How is the high school getting
envelope. That jobs to have last minute 'On :..
$396,227 Wallis bid to$ along now with part of the classes at Rebidding
written the outside
beat Triest's bid by$ on the vo-tech center, asked board Young Ernie Triest (in differenceto
Friday confusion ,-Don Wallis told the member J.R. (Jim) Lawson. : his father, Ernest Triest) said ANNOUNCING....
Wallis deduction "Rough," answered Supt. Dun- .DOE rules call for such a bid
tended into Monday he's' done that 100 can, "Inconvenient." It is expensive deducation to be accompanied by A. MONEIM RAMADAN, MD "
and it is normal
past a to bus students back and forth. It
meeting. Board the signature of an officer of the
Brown ruling the though not in the bid alters the high school program,Dun company. Hand and Plastic Microsurgery
can said.happenings. ',Attorney Brown pointed out the :
I ...takes pleasure in announcing the arrival of his; ,

Hearin associates OwenB.K. Osborne, MD and Ian W. Rogers,
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MD, with experience and interest in microsurgery, I

(from page 1A) surgery, cosmetic surgery and reconstructive generall
is what would make would be an asset, proponents ftichard Welty, and Chamber Director
quicker if the people more responsive. say. The mayor is currently Mike Cooney. Commissioner plastic surgery.
and current officials proposal, Crosby elected by a vote of the city com- Crosby let it be known he is also a
of office when they ran, there are two concepts missiion. Commissioner Crosby member of the group. Call (904)) 49(5-2323(; or ((904) 3733130forappointments.tasee'tiie'ddctors
official who vows to together. Here, would like people to show up and for :The citizen's group proposes hav-

debate. you're trying to open an open hearing to be possible. ipg the charter changed by the .. : "i -. ""I "
Crosby says the the people more input Proposing the changes; a con- EUorida'Legislature.( Rep,, George, 197: toLafceM6mTer"HosPUat j I'llJ: :,.il .-i.al.J i"i.i ...:.J)
year.terma make the who has the leadership. ady''Wv' 1i." vui'' iritrtduc at dailot'tl
cerned with John *, .Nadu: ? : A '""""' (IKJt)
responsive to the *in the city would like to Miller of The Telegraph acting as measure f'a resolution requesting Hasid /d'P1aslCSirg: { ry" \
necessarily be true. In in who their mayor is, spokesman. Miller told city commissioners such action is passed by the city Associates of Gainesville Hand Surgery Center
points out, it have .. commission. Or the
may the group includes Florida proposals could
effect. If the office who would be in- Bank President J.E. Tomlinson, attorney be placed on a city ballot. Gainesville, Florida Lake Butler, Florida
tractive and increased community events and and new Chamber President

. Strai ht-A's I LAMAR & DENISE GRIFFIS USDA Food Stamps Accepted


(from page 1A) G. Blalock, Joel S. Brewer, Shilynn D. Banks, Robert E. Boone, Dale D.i i
Jody L.. Brown, son of Mr. and Chaff Lottie M. Cole,Deana L. Cox, Cassels. Angela L. Cohens, Felicia II Butcher Sho
Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Suzanne Dyal, Angela M. Ford, M. Davis, Michael D. Elder, Sondra !
Brown is enrolled in personal Kimberly M. Gowens, Michael D. K. Green,Charles C. Hamilton,Matthew Edwards Road Starke 964.5 % ,
fitness, drawing and painting Gray, Barbara M. Green, CarolynR. J. 'Hutcheson, Tommy L.
Spanish I, honors English, and Milliard, Donna M. Langley Jones, Janet L. Kennedy, RichardD.
chorus 11.Felicia. Lorena R. Miller, Phillip R. Moore, Kimutis John E. Kuhne, EstherA. Offers you the best meat possible.
D.Davis,daughter of Mrs. Deborah A. Parrish, Audrey L. Martin, Deanne L. Miller, GeneR.
Dorothy Davis of Starke. Miss Davisis Pierce, Stephanie Sams, Shaun E. Murphy, Jr., Robert G. Norman, Lamar an experienced meat cutter
enrolled in Spanish I, drama Schmidt, Melissa K.Sullivan,MariaE. Kenneth W. Owens, Eric Packham,
honors English 9, and .personalfitness. Thomas, Tammy L. Thomason, Robert F. Pelham. William Chris with years of experience is a native of
Gregory F.Wiggins,Pamela L.Will- Powell, Chad Reddish, Tamara L.
Todd M. Gillenwaters son of Mr. ingham. Sapp, March P. Searcy, Robert H. Bradford Co He and Denise
and Mrs. John Gillenwaters of Thorpe, Lisa M. Tierney, Eric C. j
Starke. Gillenwaters is enrolled in Freshman... Kimberly E. Verunac, Cindy Ward, Teresa L. welcome. 1
algebra I, drawing and painting,: Adams Kimberly R. Austin, Erika Wynn, Pamela D. Zurfluh. I you to come shop their .
personal fitness, honors English 9, '
and physical science. -1 1J family..owned business. You will be i .
Penney Hsieh daughter of Mr. '

and Hsieh Mrs.is enrolled John Hsieh personal of Starke.fitness Miss, COME IN AND TRY ONE treated right. Lamar & Denise Griffis ,j

honors drawing English and painting 9,and'drama.Spanish .1, I OF OUR NEW RIDERS, ,. USDA CHOICE FREEZER BEEF -I

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Richard L. Taylor, son of Mrs. .r..: I.
Carolyn Taylor of Starke and Bobby SANDWICH 'Qtrs
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Taylor of Lawtey.Taylor is enrolled S Beef
in personal fitness, Florida ,. ; '
history erisL.
drama.algebra I, honors English .9, and $'1" ; ::.19' $1 39. $1 29' I

David M. Thorpe son of Mr. and Street --Starke, FL '....\.. lb. lb. lb..f. .

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honors English 9, and physical Hotdog {
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A-B ,Honor Roll.... '. EAT M OR TAKE OUT OPENS DAYS Sted I ?j.J::, L... ... . . lb. X1.49Boneles or $1 5 9

Seniors' Tracy L. Ban, BREAKFAST SANDWICHES MON-FRI 7 am- 3 pm I C N- :. St ea.. . . . . lb. .
Patricia A. Barber, Brenda L. CROISSANTS SALADS DRINKS 9644524'LP I .. $ 1.89 Bone.ln .
Bawek Sarah E. Benefleld, Jimmy StewMeat: ''';r .. . lb.
Brookins, Regina H. Cannavo,. I' .:, -. .,.,...".".'II.;,.}"f. Round Steak . . lb. $1 9.8' "
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a STARKE KOA KAMPGROUND' Chops.. .. 1'.1 ."... . lb. I Sausage ... .A . ... lb. 0 9

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Hutcheson, nnanEarn. ;; ,Spelling Honors. at Starke.Elem,, ;. iiii): i: ." ; I

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The entire fifth grade of Starke i .t til one of them missel The other student Keisha Bass: KeiU spelled trouble early with the vowels )in the
Elementary watched with breath ; must then spent the word the team, sometime and apr' correctly word "brother" after spelling
held an the final act of the annual .. first student missed and also spell but her downfall wa .rne word "warm" ccrrectly in the first round.
spelling bee was played out and the .. \\f\ Wt. .;. C. another word correctly to win. "ferny." Keisha is in Mrs. Emma Susie is in Mrs. Strong's class.
starring role awarded to Charles .itl.i .: .,', .1' r "S.> u t tA tp Sonja and Charles went through 14 Strong's fifth grade. Sherrl Mann: Sherri is in Mrs.
Hutcheson as he spelled scren # ,.. K. -. {o.' ..... PI'" '. words with neither one of them ableto Shannon EH:: tot: Shannon spelled Reddish's class and she spelled
p-1-a-y slowly and carefully before ...... !!" "U come out ori top: Charles missedthe hunt, crown, market, and upbeat clock mouse, spoke, and blueprint-
the watchful eyes of three judges '''Ioi'It ". words barren, inaccurate, con- before running up against "leaky." before missing apricot.."
and a cafeteria packed with JII" .'' ference, tempes\\, rebellion, and Shannon is in Ms. Joan Whitehead'sclass. Sonja Norman: Sonja is in Mrs.
classmates, faculty and family.A 11 If), molecule. Sonjd missed tempest, Tetstone's class and spelled think,
i rebellion, vulture, 'molecule and Andrea Hewett: Andrea was an ground,' bawl scramble and
huge, colleilkvc sigh was heard > J'J'I screenplay.Until alternate. from Ms. Whithead'sclass ourselves before entering the final
when the Judges nodded their heads : ..... but due to the absence of, elimination round against Charles
and Charles was given his second +' "' + I \ Charles Spelled screenplayand Daryl Risby, she participated in the Hutcheson.
word, d-a-n-g-I-e. Applause broke 7 dangle correctly, neither student spelling bee. She spelled pony, Emily Nugent:,. Emily is in Mrs.
out when his correct spelling was came up with the win by having because, forest, and joyride before Reddish's class and she spelled
confirmed by the judges and Starke their opponent'miss and then spelling missing "henna." away never, and reply before miss-
Elementary lad a new reigning "r 1 two words'correctly in a row,according Deanna Holiday: Deanna spelled ing "quench."'
spelling expert. 11 r< to the,; Ies. short, rabbit, dinner, and nephew Matti, Terrell/: Matt is in Ms.
+ ax before getting her a's and i's mixedup Whitehead's class and spelled game
Their relief was understandablesince a Each fifth grade class at Starke on the word "seminary." Deannais before confusing "high" with the
Charles and the runner-up Son- Elementary held its own spelling in Mrs. Barbara Reddish's class. word for saying hello to a friend.
ja Norman had dueled it out on the bee and chose the three best spellersto Ells.'d/ Hollingsworth: Elissa Alternates Tasha Powell, Brenda
school stage for nearly 20 minutes in \ go to the school spelling bee. spelled soap, letter, and ,camp Williams and Devin Wheeler servedas
the final round of the spelling bee. Charles and Sonja will go to the before missing "charcoal." She is in alternates to the school bee. An-
Under spelling bee rules, when only district spelling bee Thursday Mrs. Joyce Tetstone's class. drea Hewett was also an alternate,
two spellers are left in the com Charles Hutcheson and Sonja IN or man March 21,, at 10<,a.m. in the county Paul House: Paul spelled garden, but she participated when Daryl
petition they spell words by turn un- school board'office to face the win- mother, rubber, and penthousebefore Risby was unable to.
ners of spelling bees in all the other missing "wedge.' He is in Judges for the contest were BHS
county elementary schools and the Mrs. Stong's class. principal Tom Casey, BHS faculty
winners of the Bradford Middle Charles Hutcheson: Charles spelled member Gladys Thomas and
I Duncan's Job Descriptions Due March 4 School spelling bee. butter, street, paste, furnitureand Chamber of Commerce Director
Charles is the son of Mr. and Mrs. doorjamb before entering the Mike Cooney.
Alan Hutcheson of Starke and Sonjais final elimination round against Son- The winners of the county spelling
Supt. Jim Duncan's first ad- superintendent for Instruction and a cipal some time to spend on cur- the daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. ja Norman. He is in Mrs. Tetstone's bee will go to Jacksonville to compete
ministrative line-up recommendations director of personnel.Two riculum, Supt. Duncan wrote about James M. Norman of Starke. class. and could advance as far as the
were accepted calmly and new recommendations were his proposed staffing chart.The cur- Competing were: Susie Tnvfii: Susie got into some competition in Washington, D.C.
without much discussion at a Mon made to the school board in a Feb. 14 riculum emphasis at the middle
day night, Feb. 25 workshop. memorandum and were discussed grades almost requires that someone
Duncan said he will have Job briefly then and at a Feb. 18 work at the school level
descriptions ready for a March 4 workshop: directly with instructional programs
workshop, and perhaps the names to Move the adult principal at the Duncan also wrote.
fill the positions by the regular vo-tech center out of the staffing Duncan also proposes making the NAPA HAS
meeting March 18. Suspension Is chart because only 51 FTE is data processing position fullttme.
building over who will be named generated in that program, leavinga Dr. Steve Miller has been named to
assistant superintendent. Middle vo-tech director and two coor- the post, and is charged with settingup
School Principal Dewey McKinney dinators. Charles Thomas is the cur- the extensive student information
is the top bet among insiders in the rent adult principal at the vo-tech records now required by the state
school system. Currently, the ad- center. Department of Education. Marion
ministrators are jockeying for posi- .Add a dean of students at the mid Payne,who retired Jan. 31,from the
tion. If former superintendent Tom dle school, which now has an enroll- data processing post was carried T1EDEALSCheck
Casey, now principal of Bradford ment of some 870 students with onlya half time as a teacher.
High, retires as planned, that post principal and assistant principal. Foregoing the assistant principaland
win be open. Most of the time of the assistant the personnel director puts
As he said he would, Duncan principal at BMS, currently Rick number of positions in the proposed
decided to forego for the coming Ezzell, is taken up with disciplinary staffing chart in line with the
85-88 school year two positions on his matters. Adding a dean of students number of administrators alreadyon On These
Feb. 4 "wish lista assistant would allow the BMS assistant prin- board. Out The Savings

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PaRr ale TELKMtAffl Fehrory Zft.nits

and Commentary : r Call Street Historical_ Survey? Under Way;

i Opinion ", .

'< State Archives Sees Potential for RevivalHistoric

Hearing to be Held ,

On Proposed Charter ChangesA Augustine, under Property the Associates spomorsbrp of of the St.

Bradford County Historical Board of -
Trustees and the Bureau of Butane -ear 4 _

move to extend the term of elected ed charter changes as an improvementin Preservation Florida Department of : -
the effectiveness of city govermnent. State is conducting a sorrey of historic
Starke officials and to elect the
mayor in properties within the Can Street commercial ffl
Sometimes well-intentioned
instead of the present system of the area. 'rgiii
Commissioners electing one of their eagerness to accomplish a purpose The
there is a temptation to take short cuts survey is being mnrtirted with a 94 f
members as mayor will come before S3.0OO Hatoric Properties Grant-io-Aid
the City Commission for a committee to achieve objectives. In order to do this received through the Florida Division of --- -
and discussion sponsors may choose to circumvent the Archives last July.and matched locally by v 1 IrvEtlr
report Tuesday night
March 5. electoral process in favor of the the Historical Board of Trustees. I

legislative route which would require Purpose of the surrey is to locate iden AeIE
This hearing will allow voters to express only resolution of the City Commission tify. and evaluate properties along Call

opinions on the proposed changes: recommending that the legislature Street, particularly hinlrtingv which hare
increasing terms of office from two to make the changes. the historical and architectural significance to
survey" area and to the town of Starkeas
four years and designating one council Even though the advantages of the a whole. EARLY CALL STREET SCENE
seat as mayor-commissioner to
proposed be obvious it The survey information, which is
changes may : being
voted the Non-members of
on by
people. should still be left to the voters to decideif gathered and documented by Paul U. "
the Commission could also run for the they want to continue to for elec- Weaver of St. Augustine win be useful for In discussing; the potential of the CaD although abandoned and taken for grantedat
office.The. pay planning the future development of Can Street area. Weaver said, "?owns and the present time might, if renovated
tions every year in the hope of getting Street and will also serve as the basis for cities an over the country are rediscovering add flavor and beauty to the area." She
move for a change in the charter "more responsive" officials or go to preparing a district nomination to the National their historical roles as the heart of further commented that, "Call Street has
began February 19 when the legislative four-year terms. Register of Historic Places. commerce and vibrant places to live. a lot of potential as a commercial attraction
was asked to change The district if designated win provide Florida's cities are no exception. and much of its appeal rests upon its
Stars Those who favor "
city charter by legislative act four-year terms property owners with the opportunity of Downtowns are emerging stronger than historical character.
to allow the suggested changes. This City Commissioners the Clerk and obtaining tax benefits for rehabilitating ever as business and tourist centers and As an example Ms. Primelles mentioned -
method of altering the charter is legal Police Chief should let their voices be their buildings in keeping with their meccas for culture and entertainment. the Rosenberg building which she
heard next Tuesday night. Unless they historic appearance. and will also providea The phenomenon of revitalization will described as "very beautiful and
although Starke voters in two previous do, the Commission might feel justified vehicle for promoting Call Street and at make staggering differences in upgradingpropei unusual..although it has been neglected it
elections have rejected the fouryearterm in tracting tourists and local shopper to the ty values in small towns, as well aslarge may still be restorable. Since the
provision.The turning the matter over to our district. cities; creating new jobs and downtown activity will probably capitalize
legislators who can probably pass it, Weaver the sense a renewed civic pride and on the colorful historical past of Starke, it
chief argument given for the meeting the legal requirements.Those Bradford County says Courthouse converson to of a two-year the 1902 of place. would be a pity to sacrifice one of its most

change is that city officials now spendthe who oppose lengthening the college center has provided an impetus for Diana Primelles Historic SitesMtwiththeDivisionoiArchives striking historical buildings."

last year of their two-year terms terms of officials should likewise redevelopment of Call Street. "Careful in Anyone interested in additional information
"running for office" rather than tendingto city let planning is essential if community and Tallahassee recently visited Starke and about the survey now in progress or
the city's business. Plus the fact that their opinions be known at the City Com- individual property owners are to take full toured the CaD Street district with Jim property owners interested in
the city would save by avoidingthe mission meeting Tuesday or be contentto advantage of the benefits and maximumtax Robinson of Bartholomew and Associates rehabilitating their buildings are invited to
money place it in legislative hands. credits offered by historic preservation the firm now working on preliminary plans contact Paul L.Weaver
necessity of holding an election ." be said.Property for the area. She commented that. "If the Associates Box 1002, St. Augustine
every year, an annual expense of some With more and more local decisions development of the downtown and its individual 32068,. phone (904) 7971586.
now improvements
$1,200 to $I.sooUnder the longer terms, affecting more and more phases of city to their buildings contemplating are urged to- Starke could buildings' is bandied tastefully Weaver will be speaking about the
the time lapse between elections would and county government, serious keep such conceivably entice a percentage
improvements within the of its U.s. 301 traffic to linger and survey to the downtown business com-
be two years. thought should be given to retaining historic context of the area in order to patronize shops in the area." She also ad- munity in the near future and will also be
whatever we can handle on the home qualify for maximum tax credits up to 25 vised piupeity owners to "consider the glad to meet individually with anyone whois

could Although argue either well-intentioned side of this issue persons it's front. A true reading on how city voters percent on such projects. wisdom of dfmn"iiig buildings which interested in the project.

feel about these
still important to bring to light as muchas two questions could

developed.is known Various about groups how this engaged situation in a doubtless box.The be found by use of the ballot Parents Should Start Training Child At Early Age, Judge DeclaresTurn I

number of progressive projects now first opportunity to be heard on off the "boob tube" is the advice Judge Mickel said that too schools -
under way or planned for the future of the charter revision issue is next Tues- from Circuit Judge Stephan P. Mickel of under the false many theory of the U.S. most of them drug related,"

Starke include some who see the propos- day night. Gainesville, to parents worried about the le ttingoperating your own thing". He Judge Mickel said.
education, discipline, and moral values of pointed out the need for basic discipline Most of the problem children come from
their children. which cannot: be left entirely up to the single-parent homes, where both parents
Speaking to Starke Rotarians Wednesday schools teachers must be supported in work, or where one parent is not supportive
County Makes Case for State Feb. 20, Judge Mickel also advised their efforts by parents the speaker said. of efforts of the other to discipline
starting early at home to deal with these The children and offer them needed guidance.He .
I until -trouble age" with teenagers continues : added that some entitlement programsalso
Maintenance problems. -"It's too late if you wait" to get lower and lower due to the influence add to the problem by "encouraging"more
of 16 WestThe your kids are in junior high school the of television: R-rated movies and and more illegal births.
said. "That's when
speaker they'rejected sub- suggestive rock music Judge Mickel said.
to terrific peer pressure on druguse "The trouble used to begin at age 15 or 16, Judge Mickel said that teenagers can obtain
presence of two State prisons close to half a million dollars even with and_even resort to criminal acts to now it's down to 14-year-oidsandsoon will drugs in "any junior high school," and
C FSP and UCI. on County Road 16 West ,the countydoing.part of the work. Furthermore .. 'child's support"'their, habit" he warned. "The drop to 13. unless the present permissive suggested stiffer jail terms for drug of
molded lenses. "Fines
by the don't seem to do muchgood.
lifestyle is !
resurfaced changed Judge Mickel said
traffic thf6twOlane this road
heavy not
generates was
on "
time he Is three or four years old. His he said. "The drug dealers I
court handfes'a just
highway which was turned back to the when it was turned back to the county, ,; ,juvenile crime hundred with cases of them part of the cost of doing consider ,
county for maintenance several years although the understanding was that all Although parents must take the first them related to per drug month use teenagers most of business."

ago. Because of this heavy use, the roads turned back would be placed in responsibility teaching them in disciplining the moral their childrenand resorting to theft to support a drub habit. The speaker was introduced by Circuit
county feels it is justified in asking DOTto A-l condition before the transfer. right values "There are 14 teenage suicides per day in Judge R.A. Green, Jr.

take Road 16 West back under its When this subject was broached at the

wing before another resurfacing job is County Commission's annual meeting L.
County Agent's Notebook by Bobby Taylor "
necessary, which won't be long now. with DOT officials in Lake City the .CountyExtenslonAgent -

Road 16 east of Starke was retained answer was neither a flat "no",

by the DOT for The DOT
although "maybe", or "yes" week I discussed
Last garden
planningand -
as a matter of fact, there is only a 550 spokesman did say, however, that at design. Your next step should be soil easier tent, a planting finely pulverized better germination surface insures and a reaction below pH 5.S indicates a need

count difference between daily trafficon present standards had not been set for preparation and liming. more even stand. A plank drag may be us- for 100 lime square,and feet pounds is a fairly of dolomite effective lime per.-

16 West between Starke and the taking roads back from the counties for Probably the most physical part of ed to fit the soil for planting on larger to start a remedial program. application ,_
prison ((2,800 daily) and 16 East between maintenance after the switch had been vegetable gardening is preparing the soil gardens.A hand rake may serve the same
Dolomite is
Starke and the Clay County line (3,355 made. for planting. On large gardens, purpose in smaller plots.In to its magnesium a good content liming but because material of due its

vehicles daily. At the recent legislative hearing held or mechanical tractor-drawn equipment plow often such as is a necessary rototiller, many the application gardens soil of a timing preparation material includes relatively well ahead slow reaction, it should be applied -

County officials believe that approximately here Senator Bill Grant and Represen- and even the hiring of such equipment of where a soil test shows it to be needed. of planting if possible.
: ) half of the vehicles traveling 16 tatives George Crady and Chance Irvine the job itself may be practical However, The lime or,dolomite should be spread
Most vegetables best soil that
on smaller gardens the task can be accomplished grow on a evenly over the garden before plowing orspading
West are used by employees, law en- were asked to fill this standards with a spade, spading fork or has a pH between 5.5 and 6.5 (or slightly it into the soil to a depth of six inches. -
forcement personnel, and visitors com- gap by introducing legislation shovel. acid). The symbol "pH" and the figures .
ing and going to and from the prisons necessary for setting up criteria for use accompanying it are used to express the
Fertilizing While
Turn the ground about three weeks degree of soil acidity. A soil with a pH of preparing the soil for
'daily. Therefore they feel justified in in exceptional cases where changing before planting when the soil is dry enoughto 7.0 is neutral while one with a pH of 6.9 or planting you will need to consider the fertilizer -
asking the State to assume responsibility patterns of growth and need made cer- work. Turn the soil completely over below is acid or"sour" and one with a pH needs of the soil and plants. .
for the road's maintenance, more so tain roads more of a state responsibilitythan when spading. of 7.1 or above is alkaline or "sweet". Nematodes Since these troublesome

than on lesser-travelled "county" a county responsibility. Weeds, cover crops and added organic Proper applications of lime made to extremely rootfeeding microscopic eel-worms live in
roads. matter such as animal or poultry manure acid soils will increase the produc- the soil controlling them becomes a partof
Serious consideration of this request may all be spaded under at the same time. tion of most vegetables. The main func- preparing the soil for planting. Most
With soaring costs of road seems well justified, especially in this Sufficient time must be allowed for the tions of lime are to reduce soil acidity, to chemical controls should be applied about
maintenance it is estimated that to freshly turned-under organic material to apply nutrients mainly calcium to the two weeks before planting.
resurface the 11 miles of 16 West from case where the road in question provides decompose and become fairly well-rotted sou.. and to bring minor soil nutrients into Bedding Elevated soil beds may be
Starke to the Union County line using access to two of the state's largest before seeds are planted. Woody plant usable form. A well-limed soil helps to needed where puddling or flooding might
"bare minimum" standards would cost prison facilities.one materials such as sticks and dried dog- avoid such problems as blossom-end rot of cause root damage. Also beds often are
fennel stalks are best removed from the tomatoes' which is related to an Inadequate beneficial to such root crops as carrots and
garden rather than cut into the soil. calcium supply. Apply liming materials potatoes. Otherwise, it may be advan-
Likewise perennial grass and weed pest only if a soil test indicates a need for them tageous to plant seeds on a level surface to
should be removed wherever possible to because too much lime in the soil may be insure moisture in the root zone. Where
Bradford Should Have Input eliminate recurring problems. just as bad as too little. beds are needed they can be constructedwith

I. Liming materials and the amount to apply a hoe wheel plow or garden tractor.
Break all clods and level with a rake or depend upon the soil reaction (pH and I'll discuss fertilization and planting in
On Proposed Airport Ordinance. harrow the soil soon after turning to main- the type of soil, among other things. OftenIt later articles. In the meantime, call or
tain soil texture and prevent exten-
Is necessary to consult a technical ad- come by your County Agent's office If
sive For small-seeded such you
drying. crops visor to determine the proper liming program want a soil test kit,or if have
Navy officials in the Jacksonvillearea 'exception being the Keystone Airport as carrots, and all crops to a certain ex.. for your garden soil. But in general. tions. you any ques- -

are seeking a controversial or- which is within a mile of the heavi-

dinance to control development around ly populated Crystal Lake area. Forestry Bradford Countyby Legislative Staff
airports in the area, particularly Cecil Internships I
Field; and Clay County officials have As North Florida continues to grow David Norton.County Forester Available Now
also been asked to consider such a the Keystone Airport is destined to play! '

measure. According to a news release, an increasingly important part In the It's Dry brush pile with the wind's help can turn in- The Florida House of Representatives
development of this area, and possibly to a 20 or 30 acre fire. Due to the dry conditions bas several
the ordinance, if applied by Clay Coun- Be Careful of Fire Legislative Staff Internships
it was for the Division of
may have another role in the national available to those who
ty would the Keystone Air- qualify. Applicants
cancel all
encompass Forestry to for outdoor
defense drier, dry is the weather here in requests must be a Florida resident
Drying or attending
between Starke and system, even more significantthan a
burning. The state
port apologizes for in-
Keystone any Florida
: Bradford County, and for that matter a school.They cannot be a first
the it World year
one provided during convenience
Heights. Obviously, then the ordinance greater portion of the state is in this condi this may cause you but folks law student, and must have an
would be a matter of concern for Bradford War II. this Is in your best Interest.. undergraduate degree by August 1985.

County, since almost two-thirds of Although the present runways, tion.The weatherman. although he Isn't too I know that somewhere out there Is someone Fees paid for graduate work will be in

the Keystone Airport property lies in hangars, and major buildings at the air- positive, has predicted some showers this burn. The who news enjoys has reminded watching us the lately woods of the amount of 97,200. Applications must be
Bradford week. Whatever the weather this dry condition in by March I, 1985.
County. port are now located In Clay County, it with certain fires that started from anon The
remain until the
The Navy has asked the JacksonvilleCity is possible that an expanded defense spring will rains arrive us heavy Division of Forestry offers$1,000 for Infor For further Information, call Rep.
program might mean greater utilization leading to the arrest and convictionof Chance Irvine at 264-3000. '
Council to ban high-density weather has
,This dry brought numerous individuals.
: developments from areas surrounding of the major portion of the airport fires to our area over the past two to three .
: area that lies in Bradford Even brush Please be careful with fire! If you needto Applicants may also contact
the city's four Navy airfields:, Jackson- County. weeks. Many of these fires are the Rep.
now ordinance trash fires. Careless in- report a wildfire )Jn Bradford County, George Crady; Rt. 3, Box 778. Vulee Fli!
ville NAS, Cecil Field, Mayport Naval any concerning excessive result of yard please call 964-5436.: 32097. -
noise and restricting the uses of dividuals leave the wind to tend their fires
: Station, and Whitehouse Outlying Fieldin .
and wind does its stuff. -
the Baldwin area such land will be of major interest to
residents property owners, and of- All kids, at one time or another; have

:; The proposed ordinance has caused ficials of the county. When and if hear heard the expression,"you play with fire '.
burned! fuess whaft fjre also .
you get ; '
: controversy in Jacksonville, where ings are held on any such proposed or- burns down trailers and borne People in

;, developers have said it would deprive dinance, Bradford County, because of Naples,Florida are well ware of this fact

those in the restricted zones of a its extensive airport property holdings, off!e, .,, _
: fitable use of their property. In Clay should be given an opportunity for InputIn DUring this dry speD"- need to be more _
that would be affectedare such effects the outdoors.We need to
County airports amatter, with far-reaching fire conscious in Th. great artist Michelangelo' I* known to have painted l
mostly Iq undeveloped areas, with be aware that one spark from a burning picture. He much preferredworklnfl In marbl. onlv one easel. f


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| ben. Charley Johns Celebrates 80th Birthday at ReceptionSen

Charley E. Johns of Starke assortment of homemade cakes. Edwards.. of '"f.' i E
was complimented on his BOth birth- At both ends of the table were tall Howard of Lake f
day Sunday afternoon at a reception brass candelabras with ribbon ruffles Herbert
given by his children Mr. and Mrs. and spiced rose scented candles. Nelson, Jr. of' .
Heights and
James Cash of Orlando and Mr; and Centering the table was a beautiful Haley of Mr. .n, "
Mrs. Jerome Johns at the home. of ,dried arrangement by James, of Among Middleburg.the 400 : : H
the latter.Crystal Lake. European garden flowers called ween the hours of guests 2 and 5 '
Highlighting :epU n rooms Bidemier, rings of color. At one end former Senate President ''al
were scented candles and stuffed of the table was a silver coffee service Dewey Johnson of t vhi
animals. and at the other end was a silver Senate President Nick
Guests were greeted at the door by punch bowl with mocha coffee verne; former
Mrs. Charley Johns and daughter, punch both placed on star pointed wards of Irvine former
Mrs. James Cash,and were asked to crocheted scarves. tative John Ayres; of .' '
sign the guest book at a table kept by Assisting in serving and caring for UF campaign ;
the honoree's niece,Mrs.R.S.Glines the guests were Mrs. George Miller, Dick McGee manager of -
of Jacksonville.The guest book table Mrs. Douglas Hardy Mrs. W.B. Rabrun Williams of ;
1 was covered with a handmade lace Mundy,Mrs.H.H.Adams Mrs.P.O. clan and educator;
and linen antique cloth and graced Felos of Starke; Mrs. Leroy Atkin, personal aid to Govs.
with an arrangement of yellow son, Mrs. Tommy Burns, and Mrs. Burns of Tallahassee; .:
rcses. Nathan Sharon of Tallahassee; Mr. son, long time
Mr. Johns was seated by the Johns' sister, Mrs. Olivenbaum of the Senate at -
fireplace to greet his friends and Orlando, Mr. Johns' sisters-in-law, McKeithen, of ;,
guests. Mrs. A.M. Pettit of Ocala and Mrs. man of Road Board
The banquet-size coffee table helda Marion Pettit of Alachua Mr.Johns' Fuller Warren; Ms.
potpourri of crystal, silver and niece, Mrs. Charles Williams of ret. exec. secretary to
china cakeplates stem and flat with Melbourne; Mrs.Phillip Johns,Mrs. and Sen Johns private
Benny Parmenter and Mrs. Curtis Tallahassee from 1937 to v

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Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr., president of Thursday, March 21, from 7 to 10 ing those good -
the Woman's Club of Starke, announced p.m., which will give dealers and to be available daily.
the following committee early birds an advance peek at the The concession
chairmen for the Antique and Collectible many varied items offered for sale. "fast foods" will be
Show and Sale, to be held on Tickets for this event are $3 each, responsibility of Mrs.
March 21, 22, 23 and 24, at the Brad- available at the door. Mrs. R.E. Roberts, assisted by
ford County Fairground, 301 N., Biggs will head this event. Brown.
Starke, Friday and Saturday 10 The "Strawberry PatchBoutique" Mrs. J. Ellis Byrd, with
am. to 8 p.m.j; Sunday March 24, featuring articles hand Merlie, Mrs. Carolyn Mrs Charley E.Johns ipkotok B.P.Mceuial
noon to 5 p.m. made by the Woman's Club Mrs. Malee Sarnt, will
members, will be run by Mrs. .desserts booth, where a
how chairman is Mrs. John W. William Rink and Mrs. H.M. Connel- culinary masterpieces '
Griffin, assisted by Miss Lillian fered, including the
Stump, co-chairman; exhibitor's ly.Costumed hostesses on duty at the strawberry shortcake. Side
chairman is Mrs. C.E. O'Steen. door will be the charge of Mrs. D.W. When purchasing
An innovation in the 1985 show will Whiffen, while Mrs. F.J. Shaw will R.A. Green, Sr. will be
te the preview reception, to be held head the "Kountry Kitchen" featur- tion chairman with) '
Gladys Mooty, .

I Jr. Woman's Club I Launches latchkey Social 964-7608 Editor'

The Junior Woman's Club of "Latchkey Children" are children Paramedics. They,give '
Starke has started to present its program who come home from school and advise on what to do in
in the Bradford County schools must spend time alone. The pro- how to call for help, some
or Latchkey Children.So help all aid, what to do If
far, the program has been children handle problems that might strangers, and other Weddings
presented at Southside and Starke arise while they are alone. that would help them Receptions
:Elementary schools. It will be done The includes speakers blems that might occur Parties
it all the county schools in the near from program Department, the are alone. ,
future. Police Department and The Junior Woman's

Prayer Friday Mar. 1
Items of Jntere ..
Starke CWU will meet at St. Mark's
1, is Episcopal Church at 11 a.m. for the
RHS Class of 1935 Mrs. Doug Reddish are inprogram.. A covered dish luncheon
to this will follow
in the Parish Hall.
Planning May ReunionThe Shower HonoreeMrs. peace.. ,

Bradford High School Doug Reddish and son, Brett,
graduating class of 1935 is planningj born Feb. 1,were honored at a baby
reunion in May. U anyone has any shower Saturday afternoon, Feb. 16, i
I i information concerning the follow given by Miss Margaret Smith, Mrs.
mg class members: Irma Stockwel),' Wade Winkle:.rAAlt ,Mrs," ,.Warren.,. '
SidU'Hershfleld/.Elouise. i ; Fornby Winkler aUh e Rf l4iiattgr',. R>o ads rt rq ril }. It"E : ,
1 or Frances Cadman, please 'can d'Et:Leslll Scree : "
Jeraldine Hooten 533-2044, or Anita A Teddy bear theme was carried R
Boles, 964-8942.. out in the party decorations. The
\ We would appreciate the information refreshment table in the dining room It"V
1 very much. was covered with a white cloth witha wr & Generator Co., Inc.
blue hand- mbroidered design and
I centered by a spring bouquet of iris,
i Class of 1960 yellow chrysanthemums and daisies be undersold by
held by a mama and baby bear.
Planning Reunion Appropriate games were played ,
I and prizes were awarded to Mrs. automotive'
Members of the BHS graduation John Mitchell and Mrs. Vernon Red- any
Mass of 1960: We are planning our dish.
25th Class Reunion, tentatively The hostesses presented the alternator.
S'-hPduled for July 27. We need help honoree with a baby stroller as a e Bring us
with the planning. memento of the occasion.
A meeting is scheduled for MarchL Among the 40 invited guests were
<1, at 8 p.m., at Western Steer Steak the maternal grandmother, Mrs. price and we will
louse.If J.C. Wynn, and paternal grandmother -
interested, please contact Bob- Mrs. Drew Reddish.
';y Shannon, 964-5358, Clarice !\ !
;Stevens 964-7474, or Janice Joiner, Tina C. Burnsed, !
647302.fcHS Mathews
Terrie Rita Burnsed of Starke
Shower HonoreeTerri marriage of their Guaranteed.
Wheeler, son of Mr. and
Class of 1975 Mathews,bride-elect of Ran- granddaughter of Elmer
inlon Committee dy Conner, was honored at a the grandson of Mr. and & Cherry Streets in Starke
1 Mtg.
miscellaneous bridal shower given Mrs. Fred Wheeler, Sr.
by hostesses Mrs. Leaton Morgan, The civil marriage
The next planning committee III, Mrs. Ralph Morgan, Mrs. Gary with members of the -
me.e..ing for the 1975 graduating Melvin, and Mrs. Leaton Morgan, Tina is a student at
c:'ass of Bradford High School will be Jr. at the home of the latter on presently employed with
taursday night, March 7, at 7:30Irn. : MC.rganRoad. The couple is residing
: ., at the home of Matt and Deb- Guests enjoyed games, -

ute All Hull in Starke.interested refreshments and opening of gifts. Did You Know........ ...
graduates in
helping Corsages were presented to the
with the reunion are invited to at- honoree and her mother, Mrs. -
end. Leaton Mathews. Tupperware was Mr. and Mrs. AM. -
given to Terrie as a memento of the Palmetto were weekend !
occasion. J.C.Mrs.Dukes.E.C. Dukes and Mr. ,

Trrle' Lynn Mathews, ; ; 1 :

Ptendy D. Conner THE BARGAIN I : :1

To Wed March 8 r11AktlH&1.hfs j

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Terrie Lynn Mathew and Randy "Best Bargains In Town"Plumbing ==- :
Donald Conner will be united in mar- : 'l4U! ,. .:
riage Friday, March 8, at 7 p.m. at : iNRU ''' .., :
Pine Level Baptist Church with a i THURSDA Y 1 :
reception following at the church. \ : .
The bride-elect Is the daughter of ; Mevlescvle
Mr. and Mrs. Leaton A. Mathews f 3m 1

and the bridegroom-elect is the son lIalue .,
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Conner, all Electrical FREE i
of Starke. ..3/15115 : :
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All friends and relatives are invited : .'"': '
to attend. 1 .:
Building Supplies : ';:

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Jason. Bryant, TONIGHT. .. :

Marie Blackburn r i' ,a...tz1wtr' ,.:..
Celebrate BirthdaysJason 11 11M, ad .:
Large Stocks of PVC j

Bryant celebrated his 8th ,
birthday and Marie Blackburn, who Wood Paneling at Vfcir ..
is Jason's cousin, also celebratedher .
4th birthday,with a party for the
family on Sunday, Feb. 10. Prices t
Jason is the youngest child of Roy
and Linda Bryant who reside on
State Road 16 East. Highway 301 South in Starke ..
Marie is the oldest child of
Frankie and Sheila Blackburn who 9646679"If
reside on Morgan Road. ( ) .
The 15 family members enjoyedthe fKdMtf
buffet table which was centeredby '
a birthday cake decorated in blue We Ain't Got It. You Probably Don't Need _.. "_" .. ....._ "' "N1trRaGp
and pink. .



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; Delta,' Kappa Gamma Has Personal Growth Program j \

Ia1NCNGJeaae 1,. ; Hot

The program "Our Crest A ,presented by Susan Scott. Personal Growth and Services Com silk roses in a brass urn: spicedtea
Global Perspective", was presentedat President Janet Walter con mittee. Participating were Julia was poured from a silver serviceat
t the meeting of Alpha Nu chapter ducted the business meeting which Rlpplinger, Gale Bartlett, Gail one end of the table. Strawberry
Allen Alvarez of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society included report from standing com Cook. Marilyn Vellenga ,Mona shortcake and assorted sandwicheswere
International which met Tuesday mittees. Member were encouraged Canova, Susan. Scott and Nancy served. Hostesses for the
Mr. and Mrs. Feb. 5, at the Presbyterian Churchin to attend the Mu State Golden An- Brewer.. meeting were Della Rosenberg Gail
the birth Gregory Alvarez announce s Starke. niversary Convention scheduled for The refreshment table was Cook, Helen Johns Susan Scott;; ,

Allen, born Jan. of 11 a in son, Alachua, Jesse The inspirational message, "The April 19-21 in Orlando. covered with a red tablecloth Muriel Norman and Marilyn
General Hospital. He Joins a slater, Animal's Curriculum, was The program was presented by the centered! with an arrangement of red Vellenga.

Whitney age 2.

and Maternal Mrs. grandparents Buddy Friedlin are Mr.of Hampton Hilitesby ............. f.....................................:'.............,............,..,............................"....,..,....................................o... I
Keystone Heights and great grand- Orton; Feb. 27, Daniel Meng; Feb.
mother Mrs. Louise Lorimier also Mrs. Mary Jane Jones wishes to Meng of Orlando, Angela Meng of 28. David Roberts Johnny Ford
of Keystone Heights. Paternal Dolores Meng thank all for their kindness during .Hawthorne Madonna Gilbert and Kimberly Jones and Gerrl Phillips.
Karen and Anna of
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. the illness and death of her husband daughters
Jennifer 4681915Condolences.
phone Gainesville. had celebrationin
Padgett They a
Harold. Alvarez and great grand- Earl LesUe Jones.Hampton Super P.E.Students
mother is Mrs. Verda Johns, aU of Stephen Hoffman ... honor of Angela's.birthday which Those named Super P.E.Students
Starke. Lake News will be Feb. 28.February for the week Feb, 4 to '15 were:
Sympathy is extended to the family -
Attend Reunion Natalie Timmons Melissa
Jennifer Padgett, and friends of birthdays...
Herbert W.
Preister Mr.and Mrs. Medford Connelly attended Julie Collins Freda Mitchell, Beth
Medical Auxiliary Stephen Hoffman who died on Feb. 23, at Fort Pierce. the annual reunion of Kraft Feb. 16, Claudette Frees; Feb. 18, Kennan, Fletcher Rodgers, David
Making Plans To Wed Mar. 23 He was a former resident of Lake Foods retirees held in Sarasota on Adam Hall; Feb. 20,Wayne Holder; Bridges and Nicole Clark. Super
For Events Butler and the brother of Mrs. Feb. 22. Mr. Connelly had been Feb. 21;;Stanley ,Varnum; Feb. 22, P.E.Students for the week Feb.18 to
Upcoming Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt C. Padgett Clarice Adkins. ,.. employed by Kraft Foods for 40 William Lahn; Feb. 23, Robert 22 were:Leroy Rhoden,Ian'Marney,
Walker died
Arthur Feb.24
Ray on Moorhead and Ford Feb.
Medical Sr. of Starke, announce the engage- years before moving tQ this area. ; Jason Sanderson ;
The Bradford County in Starke. Aimee Price Hallonald
24, Judy Cowger Hodges
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng hosted a Hughes William
Society Auxiliary met Friday Feb. ment and approaching marriage Sympathy also goes to the family and Brian Salvatore Feb. 26, Kevin
family reunion at their home on Sun Smith and Tyler Hayes
22,at noon at the Fried Chicken Fac their daughter Jennifer Katherine, and friends of Joseph Ganzenhuberwho --------, -'-- -- .
tory. The meeting was chaired by its to Stephen Lewis Hoffman, son of died Feb. 26 at Shands Hospital. day. Among out-of-town guests attending .
Mrs.Sue Hoffman and the late Irwin were Mrs. Beverly Wanner
president Mrs. Pete Felos. Mrs. Viola Lefebvre left with Mr.
Plans were made for several up- Lewis Hoffman, all of Lakewood, and Mrs. Henry Spell on Monday for and Jeffrey of Orlando, Mr.Park.and
Mrs. Allen Kent of Orange
coming events. Specific plans were Colo. Owensboro, Ky. to attend the funeralof
made for a dinner to honor local doctors The bride-elect attended Bradford her sister Mrs. Clementine Among other activities they
on "Doctors Day", to be held at High School. Mr. Hoffman is Leech, who died Feb. 24. celebrated Mrs. Carolyn Hunter'sbirthday
by the U.S. Navy. which occurred on Feb. 24.
the Felos residence, March 30. employed
Those in attendance were Mrs. The wedding is planned for Saturday Gratitude... Among those visiting the Francis
Carlos Hernandez, Mrs. Sarnt Sarn- March 23, at 3 p.m. in First Menu home on Sunday- were Eugene- SM
and Baptist Church of Raiford.
tinoranont Mrs. J.W. Kincaid
Mrs. A.J. Barry. All relatives and friends are in- We Have All

.The Auxiliary, part of the Florida vited to attend.
Medical Society Auxiliary, helped NEW GARDEN i
distribute the cards available at the
doctors' office. These cards are Let '
helpful to patients by helping them Ile t
and their family keep track of Did You KnowMr. PowellBurgers I
medicines prescribed by their doc
tors. GJ plant ng..t. Plants

and Mrs. Robert E. Allen, Jr. In Stock
LEILA'SGIVE and family and Mrs. Ann Thorntonand ) .
AWAY daughter Lindsay, spent Sun-
SALE day with Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H.B. Williams, in Fanning -
Springs, celebrating Mrs. Williams' Special This Week
Did You KnowKaren 75th birthday. 49Cea.

i Azaleas Camellias & Blueberry
Chitty has returned from a Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Powell of .
seven-day skiing trip at a ski resortat Newton, N.C., were Sunday after. '
Snow Shoe, Va. with 65 other noon visitors of his aunt, Mrs. J.H. Fertilizer 6.12.18 -- 5.90 so lbs.
members of the single young career Fields, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Demand was so great that we ran -
group of Hillcrest Baptist Church, Green. I. out of our "Utile Burger we

JacksonvUi"Herb t. 1 ,. apologize if we were out when you GARDEN GOLD PLUS.
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Thomas had as his guests LEILA'S I' ordered. 10 I 8-8-8
Friday to Monday at his camp in the GIVE A-WAY Garden We have special prices on

scrub while bird hunting: Reed SALE We now have a good stock so come on and get yours Gold 'LAWN AND livestock feeds, pumps, cattle
Wood and son, Chris, of Lakeland GARDEN
and Carl Hurst and Bill Edwards of soil
FERTILIZER spray poly sheeting,
Starke.Mr. Saturday Mrs. Vergie to her Barksdale new home moved on Bes-last oa( (! (aaa V0 .:.:a .,. samplers, poultry netting I

and Mrs. W.J. Frick were in sent Road. Mr. and Mrs. Jim $ 39 cattle dust bags.
Miami over the weekend visiting Womack have purchased the Sale Price 40lbs

their son, Ricky, and were guests of Barksdale home on Hampton Lake c ?
Boeing at the Doral Eastern Golf and moved in last week while Dr. ..
Tournament. Pete Gianas is in the process of buyIng 1312J1. Temple Ave.. Starke. Florida 64OU FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE
the Womack home in Country 2210 N. Temple-4147871 am 5:15: pm Monday-Saturday
LEILA'SGIVE Club Estates.
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ttilMtlfl >*.** t fr> SALE. ***** ttt I ..Mr. and Mrs. GPJ p Jyep Jr. and jj '!' .1.IJJIA _Uuk..j iJLl1.a'L.1."i ,
; sons of New Orleans spent Wednesday : o. o, e .+i 1 1? 1'I
t Mrs. Ha Rain of Chie and. Mrs. to Sunday at their cottage at a o 'b" n9a a n 1 9r11
: Bernice Kinnard of Bronson and Kingsley Lake and visiting her : -
: Mrs. J.G. Jackson of Starke spent parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. AT THE "\; 6' -
: Saturday in Waycross visiting Mr.
and Mrs.,P.E. Jackson and Sundayin -
Douglas, Ga., visiting Mr. and .
Mrs. F.L. Clough. Pfc. Teddy Brown .
Graduates Army Course La
Mrs.J.C. Hobbs of Starke and Mr. GET '
and Mrs.Leon Miller of Jacksonville
Army National Guard Pvc. TeddyW.
attended the funeral of their brother- Brown, stepson of James W.
in-law, Theo Baldwin, in Americus, Clements and son of Linda A. GREAT SAWN98

Ga. last Friday. Clements of Lawtey has graduatedfrom o

the U.S. Army power genera
I Mrs.P.D.Reddish spent Thursdayto tion equipment repair course at Fort DURING OUR BIG. WF'
Sunday with Mrs. Gladys Harveyin Belvoir, VA. Pfc. Brown 1984 .
Macclenny. graduate of Bradford High School. oJ I
Barbara Blankenship Reddish During the course, students were 1U : "\\\1te
Donna Trawick Kelly, Janet Nichols taught to maintain and repair electric
Carter, Gayle Andrews Hurst, Brenda and hydraulic control,systems of pIt 0'n stock .
Lewis Farnsworth, Carol Ward mobile power generators.
Sepich, Susan Slade Whelchel and o \\\1 o
Betty Lou Wainwright Shaw from '1 ; I
the BHS class of '62, had a get- LII:1LA'S v. \.
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I February 2H, I H5:

\ I : BHS Lady Tornadoes Go 'Out in Style Against.. .;. Keystone, ,; : ,;
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The 15IIS girls' varsity basketball of stunning sixth-ranked Keystone buckets in the extra period to send scored six to round out the scoring a last second pass and flipped it to Marla Reddish led the way for
team iJed their season on a Heights, the number one seed. the girl to a 53-49 victory. for BHS. Strickland, who scored on a layup. BUS with 18 points, many from long-
courageous note Friday night, Felicia Davis hit a last-second Davis has 16 points and Reddishled The girls fought back from a 10 Costly turnovers prevented the range and Felicia Davis scored eight
beating Hawthorne 53-49: in the open shot off an assist from Marla Red the way with 17. Connie Carter point deficit at halft.me to send the girls from taking the overtime for the Lady Tornadoes who have
ing round of the District 8 2A tournament dish to send the Hawthorne game in- scored eight points, Beverly Mosley game against Keystone Heights into period but the girls fought their show a big improvement this year
f."n /..l.... itMn a whisper t.. fVPrlimnhrn PnHrlivh hit *" scored seven and Cindy Strickland overtime as well when Reddish stole hosts all the way down to the wire under new Coach John Slater.

Lawtey Newsby Boys Youth Teams... Coach Jerry McGriff asked that if a player has not played before that
he bring a copy of his birth certificate to the practice. '
R ec Dept.Notices All boys, ages 13.15,who want to play Junior Boys Softball need to go by Both boy's teams will compete in the Men's Church League, indicated
Elizabeth Terry the Edwards Road Complex Saturday, March 2, for practice. Time to McGriff.
report is 1:30: p.m.
phone 782-3300 Coach Herman Schoening asks everyone to be prompt so that practice Scorekeeper's clinic...
Personals... can get off to an orderly start.
If you want to keep books at the games, there will be a Scorekeeper's

Bradford Mrs. Nell Hospital Harley, Inc.is a Our patient prayersare in day For, March boys 16-18 3, at,3 tryouts p.m. also for at the Edwards Senior Boys Road team field.Starke Stars is Sunclinic in the sponsored Old Armory by on the 301.Rec Department Thursday,March 11,at 3:30: p"m.

with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch and
children, Jenny and Joey, of
Gainesville, were Sunday dinner
guests of their'mother,.Mrs. Daisy
Boch and grandmother Mrs. Nellie
Wilkinson. FND OF MONTH

Sunday, Feb. 24, was Oscar _
Carter's birthday. Those present
were Mrs. Lois Carter, Bud Carter,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Shad Starling and children,
Jennifer and Brian, and Richard
Carter and Mrs. Gladys Carter, IA
gathered at their home on Sunday !t1bT
and occasion.had a good dinner to celebratethe 0 AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE

Grandin Wayne Hardee went and bird Mike hunting Weeks of in Sale Prices Good Thru Sat. March 2nd.

I Lakeland Ga. over the weekend. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. ..,
I Mrs. Mamie Barrett and Mrs.
Daisy Boch visited thier uncle, An-
drew Wilkerson, in Alachua General '
Hospital, Gainesville on Saturday.Mr. 1
and Mrs. Wally Cavanough ROLL-ON

and family were Sunday dinner _
guests of their parents, Mr.and Mrs.
Roswell Prevatt.Mr. P I
and Mrs. Fred L. Roberts of esM
Jacksonville visited their sister, I / II
Mrs. Mildred Tye, on Saturday _
afternoon.Mr. [
and Mrs. Earl Troxell visited r 7GOy
their nephew and niece, Mr. and Et a
Mrs.weekend.Al Guarez, in Tallahassee, last meta

Carla Sheering spent the long QUICK MY
weekend with her great grand AMTVPftSPMlANTOCOOOKAM
mother, Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr. 1 b-
Mrs. George Kelly visited her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Steve Shackleford, of HER
Tallahassee, last weekend.

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Harold Eunice on Sunday afternoon. I G""
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Several games were played with '
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Mrs. Lillian Pearson. The honoree \. --/ CURnv"-" NlE-
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Number: 1 Seed STARKE & LAWTEY ONLY "" "

Top seeded Bradford High drew a good games can win it," Sexton 1/2 Off' Reg. Service Call
first round bye in the District 8 Class says.
2A basketball tournament set in We've: got to get a little hungry," Price Only 12.50
Green Cove Springs this weekend, points out Coach Sexton. The BHS '
and will not play until Friday night, cagers play good basketball when
March 1. they want to, the coach points out. Includes tightening all connections in your panel box
BHS is top seed due to having the However, the Tornado five has had and
best regular season record, 14-6. trouble playing with a lead. checking your power load.
Union High 17-9, is seeded second "We've got to want to win," says .
and also drew a first round bye and Coach Sexton, who hopes this 1985
will not play until Friday night. five will begin to peak in tournament
'opening the tournament at 6:30:
play.Winner .
p. today (Thursday, Feb. 28)) will of the District 8-2A Tour 1
bt :iwthorne seeded third,and InteL nament will go on to the sectional 1tl
Lichen,' seeded fifth. At 8 p.m. game with the winner of District 7 to r
Thursday Clay High, seeded sixth, south of Bradford County, probably 1 Pioneer
and Keystone,seeded fourth, meet. either Cross City of P.K. Yonge. Elect. Co.
Bradford High will play the win- Third step will be a regional game. Fast Break...
ner of the Clay-Keystone game. That will leave four Class 2A teamsin 782-3065
Union will play the winner of the the state to compete in the state BITS guard Simon Mitchell leads the fast break for the Tornadoes.
Hawthorne-Interlachen BUS Is seeded number one In the
game. tournament. upcoming District 8 2A tourney.
Times of the Friday games will
not be known because the tourna-
ment is being run to favor the home This week Cash
team,Clay High,with 8 p.m.games.If get 2 Dividends with each $5.OJt .
Clay wins Thursday, the Friday
game with BHS will begin at 8 p.m.
If Keystone wins,BHS and KHS will .,
play Friday at 6:30: p.m. .......10.1.'aW.! ', ""
The championship game will be -: ,\ "
played Saturday at 8 p.m. There is ; .'
no consolation game.It 1 : .,
doesn't matter which teams /LE
BHS faces, Clay or Keystone, says III'
Tornado Coach Mike Sexton. Clay
5-17, has been losing some one andtwo
point games recently,and is im
proved. BHS split with Keystone in
regular season,winning by 18 pointsin 1.
the BHS gym and losing a close
game at Keystone Heights. ON
and BHS Hawthorne.The has also. lost to Union High ALL YOUR

Tornado five is not favored
because of its top seed,Coach Sexton Cash C sh
stresses. Dividend YDf11d
Dividend I (
Div Iend
"It's wide open.Anybody can win.
Whoever puts together a couple of Spec Spec Spec Special



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game-saving shot block by s COLA
Daren Chandler and a tight defensefor h y lIv
the final 33 seconds enabled Tor-
nado cagers to hold onto a slim lead
for a 72.70 win over Baker High in
the Bradford gym Friday night, I
Feb. 21.The .
win gives Bradford High a 14-6
regular season record. Baker was
13-14 after the loss. Macaroni
Using a full court press,the Baker Cheddar
five closed a six point Bradford ad- f
vantage to one point, 71-70, with 33
seconds left in the game.

Bradford's Sam Norman was call- i
ed for being in the lane over three ,
; seconds,,turning.the ball overto the. .."' -
Baker f ve.:The Tornadoes, not at-: ....'..../
tempting to press went into a 3-2 PRICES & COUPONS EFFECTIVE THURS.,
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Baker input the ball to Charles MEAT
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basket. Left alone, Ruise can hit 6J641rru.cwl.a
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But Rinse was immediately sand-
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Sam Norman the taller Chandler u...... 4Ctteak SaJe-
between he and the,basket. Ruise
immediately shot.Chandler blockedthe LIPTON WELCH'S
shot after it left Ruise's hand.
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Chandler caught it coming down. TEA BAGS GRAPE JELLY
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WeightliftersLake : JAR .69. VEGETABLES GOLD'N PURE ..
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:; rude reception at BHS when the Tornados -
:i dropped them 55-20 last 1- 1 ; $149 $149
Wednesday, Feb. 20. l
The Tornadoes, now 2-2-1 for the h 1&OZ 89cMAnoMsdE 1&OZ .
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l February 2H. III!!.:> TKI.KC.KAPII -IItC'tt\


Dr. Leonard '" '. Teniiis Squad off to Slow Start this SeasonGetting I

.: SchlofmanOptometrist u.i to a slow start,the BHS- while Sherry Ross and Jackie f mal score was BUS 2, Baker 5. The boys had a really bad day,losing -
tennis team dropped matches to Nguyen won theirs C 1. "We played better overall than the every match to the 3-A visitor
; MacClenny and Gainesville "We ran into a young but much first match, but MacClenny was from Hogtown.
.e- Eastside bringing their season more experienced team and didn't tougher," said McGriff. Jason Brown missed out 3-8,Jody
V and I record to 1-2 for the girls and 0-3 for play well enough to win,"said Coach Brown came close at 6-8, Paul
the boys. Jerry McGriff of his girl's efforts. Eastside was BAH.. Bawek lost 0-8, Rick Kimutis drop-
I' Dr. Kevin" ; Baker was the taker... In boy's singles, top seeded Gainesville Eastside came to town ped his 1-8 and Robert Taylor lost
It was a bunch of fired-up Wildcats freshman Jason Brown won his ready to play tennis Tuesday, Feb. 28.
If: who met the Tornados on the courts match over MacClenny senior 26,and took home both both boys and
f', McAuliffe and took all the girls singles mat Jamie Driggers 8-5,for the only BHS girls honors.In Doubles pair Jason and Jody
ches and four of the five boys boys win. girl's singles matches, Donna Brown were zapped 1.8 while Paul
and singles. Final score for the girls was Jody Brown lost 4-8, Lex Sanders Parado lost 0-8, Maria Thomas went Bawek and Rick Kimutis lost 2-8.
Eye Physician
: Surgeon 1-6 and the boys was 25. went down 5-8, Paul Bawek droppedhis 3-8, while Kim Sapp almost pulled "It was a tough match," said
Maria Thomas lost 1-8, Kim Sapp 4-8 and Rick Kimutis came close hers out 7-9. :Sherry Ross came close McGriff. "They just had too much
US 301 South.... went 1-U, Donna Parado was 3-8, 6-8. Robert Taylor lost his exhibition nt 6.8 and Jackie Nguyen did the experience for us."
WW"s; Market Sherry Ross was 4.8 and Jackie match 8-3. same, also at 6-8.
Next Norman's
OtflCe to Nguyen lost 3-8. Sherry Leitheiserlost In doubles competition, brothers In doubles competition, Donna Next action for the Tornado Net-
Monday Saturday phone ((904)) 964-8076 her exhibition match 58. Jason and Jody Brown won theirs Parade and Amy Leitheiser lost 0-8 ters is when Clay High of Green
By Appointment In doubles, Kim Sapp and Maria easily 8.3 while Paul Bawek and while Sherry Ross and Jackie Cove Springs comes to Starke Feb.
.. ... ___ 28 at 4 .
Th'"' .1..4 /1. '"" n e Kirk Kimulus lost 7-8 Nguyen won by default. p.m.JV

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Win ThreeThe

Bradford High junior varsity
basketballers have improved their
over-all record to 9-8 in the past
week with wins over Middleburg and
Their only loss in the last 6 games
was in overtime Tuesday night at
Santa Fe.BHS .
was down 1-5 at one point this
PURCHASES! season. This team has a lot of talent
THIS WEEK ONLY! John and determination Sanders. ,points out Coach

-- The team has improved steadily
---7" Cash Cash Cash Cash as the season progressed.The .

CRC -J ( Dividend ) (Dividend DividendJividcnd season concludes tomorrow
PCRUS night when BHS hosts Baker High at
Special Special 6:30: p.m. BHS was beaten 49-45 in
Patty \7r-! ; the first meeting this season.
,, '-.-';: RED HANDY PACKGROUND BUS 85 Hawthorne 72
pLARGE TOTINO'SPARTY "It was one our best games of the

.:" ; DELICIOUSAPPLES season,"says Coachs John Sanders.
a "\ ... BHS led all the way. Hawthorne
EGGS tried to use full court pressure the
:. ,(.- PIZZA BEEF whole game, and BHS was able to
break it for good shots.
; r ; LB PKG. "We played very impressively as
.. '
: 0
k 1/" \ a team. And we were able to fast
,; ,{; 'V ". break and stay under control,"
.H.!(i4., A. Coach Sanders.
'. \ ,
',11 /,' \. '" ,... Eric Hooper, who led with 27
,.. .:.'\ ", "- points,did
the ball
"\ '\ ( a good job taking
,," .. 1. I to the basket.This was a nice win for
... ;
',-. _' -' < ,0, Iii us over a very respectible
/" -.0; "" Hawthorne Coach Sanders
7 -- ( j team
/ notes.
,0( '
IHS 27 17 nil. ISHawthorne
173 II 11 71
Br.dtordHoopir 11317 Clifford Iv.y
r 71-11 C.cil J.ckton S+". J.mi Johnson
1 A 7-0-14. Lonio William 3-2-B, D.v.Thorp. 1 1-1.
T Jody 1+3.Total 31,13,15.

.tFor PUS 59 Middleburg 38

,The B11S.&\five-got: flnjeasy39-38" ,
win over'Middleburg last Thursday
night, Feb. 14.
A. Williams led BHS with 20

Oualiiy? Selection and a Savings! ford points Ivey,Eric 10.Hooper had 16,and Clif-

BHS got off to a slow start, was
behind 8-2 at one time, but led 11-9
PRODUCE BAKERY after the first period, 29-15 at the
half,and 53.23 after the third period.
PANTRY PRIDE WHfTE The JV Tornadoes came on strong
KING SIZE BREAD 3 LO J 1.49D and shot a good percentage, says
PANTRY PRIDE Coach Sanders.
: o11ar S FRENCH BREAD .2ri 11 ..09PANTRY BHS 11 18 24 6 59
ale MHS 9 6 8 15 38
BradfordMoop.r 7-1-u Ivy S,0-10. Johnion
(MINI) Vz .99 1-1-1 Wllllami 10-0-10,Jackion 194, U.Thorp.
1-0-1 Norman 2-0.4.Total II1-5*.
J Mlddli>bur,. Jackton 1.0-2. Johnson 0-1-1,
,- It' --_ Juitlno 1.1-0, L.on.rd 20.rbe, 0-1-1.
HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS Whntor' 4311,Smith 1111.Total It.I,31,




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j with the total efforl we didn't third overr' at a school record timeof IbtX)-meters, and manageu to take ed by the contractor said Loper. BUS Girls 5th, 30) points
Ten sth.M>i records were set by the since the field 51.79 while Paul McKinney was eighth in the 3200-meter in 11:28.47. Also a topping of acrylic emulsifier 1600-(2)Lorl) Sipp5:24,800->Kelly -
Fighting Tornado track team at the have events.any' boys or girls in fourth in the 600-meter with a time of Next action for the Tornados will is to be put down to fill in the tracks' Jackson 2:31,59: ((5)Lisa) Tierney

Sandalwood Saints Invitational h Sandalwood was (the first outdoor 1:30.08.: be Friday, March 1 at the In- left from the paving and the striping 2:44.59: 1200- ((3)Chris) Anders

;, School Track Meet in Jacksonville meet of the year and was also the Kelly Jackson Lori Sapp and Ed terlachen Rams Relays in In- contract has .been let indicated the 4:42.99: GOO-Kelly Jackson' 1:4262:

Saturday Feb. 23. of first metric meet as well. Ten school die Tennant all set two school terlachen. Start time is set for 4 coach. 3200(2)Lori( ) Sapp 1244.14:
The girls team finished However he wa& unsure if the
records each. Jackson was first in p.m.
set Saturday ranging
nine entrants with 30 points and the records the were girl's 100-meter hurdles, to' the 600-meters at 1:42.62 and second The home meet scheduled for track would be finished in time f v
boys came home with seventh place inthe800-metersat2:31.S9. Sapp set Tuesday, March 5 has been resitedto use this year. It was supposed to
out of a pack of 11 with 21' points. the boy's and girl'a3200-meter bettered her recordin run. marks in the 1600-meter metric mile Keystone High School because the have been completed early encngh'; Boys 7th, 13 points
"They held their own," said Coach Wendee hurdles to 21.59 and for a second place finish at 5:24 and BHS track resurfacing has not been for the team to use for practice and 100(5)Jones 10.97, 400- (3)Jones) .-

George Loper of his teams and their the 100-meter) hers in the300meters in the 3200-meter, again second, at completed.A home meets. The-runners-are now 51.79. (4)McKlnney 2:08.72: 200-
Barber set at 46.27
efforts in a meet dominated by,4-A Pat finished 12:44.14.: Eddie Tennant finished out section of asphalt which cracked doing the best they can running on ((6)Jones 22.86, 600-(4)M) <.Kmney
cehnnh' "Vw. "' ....ti..t"' nlp'J ( Tony Jones of the top six at 5:06: in the after being renaved is being renter- the dirt behind the middle school. 1:30.08We're :

I BHS Baseball] Team Gets Pair of Easy Wins I ,

to relief pitcher Tony ing, and evidently thought they'hadit Tough days ahead... t.ll.
Following-up on their season open- giving-way
Sam- in the bag. The Tornados will be to four .
Diggs in the seventh inning. put a
ing win the BHS Tornado baseball the to make him Five hits and a walk were what the game test when MacClenny comesto
team came up with two more this mons picked up win; !
Tornados used to their
Ret early Moving
town to
week, easily handling Baldwin 6-1 1 0 for the season. Thursday, they go P.K.
and, Interlachen 11-7. Gerald Brown led the BHS hitters runs. Mike Chappel hit n triple to put Yonge Friday: District Champ Clay

Baldwin .. going 2-3 with one KB I. Hal Wood across two runs Robbie McRae then High comes to Marke ,Monday and
and Doug Sammons also collected tripled to send Chappel home and they go to Santa I"e High next Tues Atkinson's Home Health Care ,
The Tornado batmen jumped to an for the Tornados then Tony Diggs doubled home '

early lead in the first Inning by singles McRae. day."I believe you will really be able to

powering in three RBI runs. The BUS 11, Interlachen 7 Sammons was credited with the tell what kind of club we have by is moving to a brand new location
numbers cam on singles by "
Jerry Roebuck Mike Chappel and It was an old fashioned slug-fest at win, his second of the young season next Tuesday, said Hartley.

Jason polk.: the Tornado park Tuesday, Feb. 26

This was the oppurtunity senior when Interlachen came to town, but at:
pitcher Doug Sammons needed to they left a few runs short to win.

throw a one-hitter. He struck out six The ninth ranked Tornados 1994-A Avenue
batter and walked three before jumped out ahead 7-0 in the first inn- The Housing Finance Authorityof Kingsley

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be all of healthcare :
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8.8:' Due April 1 1998 Bond #312

; PLANS SPEC!oeATIONS! AND ,CONtRAcT UULUIIUm limy bo ulituiiiuJ% ttom the. 8. 9'. Due April 1,1999 Bond< #386 patient aid products come by ;
:_ office of Don 1\\.,.Morgan Post Oltico! UiJwer 1 h'Oli!, Keystoiiu }lloiijhts Florida ,

: 32656, ONLy. ,, 9.125 Due April 1 2004

:, CONTRACTORS' Will 1 upon "receipt I of Otto' 'liunJi: 'iM dollars ( $1O0 00)) pdyubleto '' ',531- and 654 and see us at our new show-

: Don R. Morgan Architect be forwarded two sets of plans and specifications; *
:. Fifty dollars I (50.00) Will I I be ,re-funded piowlJuil thii I plans h and specification 10.5": Due April 1 2011
: are returned In ''good" conditloh,; wUhln ten, dIYs of bid opening 729 907 1107 1249 1396 room or call us at: .

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specific!at Ions nonrefundable.EACH )
: \ Bonds selected for redemption should be I

BID:' Shall be accompanied; by a casfuei\ ,:'S -chuck 01 bid bond in the submitted for payment to Rutland Bank, HOME

amount, of five percent .(5)( :,) of the bid price! I payable to the" Ouner, 4 P.O.Box 4043,: St. Petersburg, Florida !
33731 ( the ) with all) un-
: THE SUCCESSFUL 01 DOER: Will\ be required to (Jiovltle a I'ei toiinanco Labor and .
:1 Material Payment Bond In the amount of 100. of the. bid amount. Surety Company matured, coupons'attached. Interest on HEALTH CARE I ;

shall be licensed to business\ 'In the ,state; of Florida and" shall.. be, ;./ \ the Bonds. selectedfor I ,' redemption will : '... .- _.... -' .. I :
listed by the -United ,States Treasury Departiiii.'jt I;! ';",,t< .1, .,. : -cease :'t lit' e' trom ,April ,,lbn9S5" -,
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ALL BIDDERS: Will be notified of the awaid ot contract to the successful ,:.- FINANCE AUTHORITYByiFlorlda (Opening in June) I II

: bidder, or the rejection' of all. bids, within five days of the -Owner's' de- I

cision. National BankTrustee CALL COLLECT I

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March 1 1985

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St. Starke. FL 32091. STARKE PAWN SHOP, secured the security Box i 948. Starke, FL Post Office Drawer 40 NOTICE, to file with the t :;

I! Legal N<()tices 2104-19830842: 'IAMB. 444-H W. Madison St., shall be described. The 32091 made application Slarke, Florida 32091.1 on clerk of the above courta
VICTOR S., 1020 Starke, FL 32091 Intendsto claimant shall deliver for water use permit or before 9 April 1985 written statement of
: Eastwood Dr., Stork.. FL register sold fictitious sufficient copies of the 2-84-01224 for an and file the original with any claim or demandthey \
NOTICE nome of AL'S PLUMBING Starke, Florida 32091 clerk Clerk of this Court, have. Each :
32091. 0136-1984-0035, name under_ the claim to the to average daily the may
OF INTENTION COMPANY Rout 2, Box Telephone: LORTON. J.W., 6069 St. aforesaid statute. enable the clerk to mall withdrawal of 0.0001 either before service on claim must be in writing
TO REGISTER '187., Keystone Heights : Johnny R. Hobbs. Jr Anthony, New Orleans, Dated this 19th day of one copy to each personal million gallons per day the ,above-named ,attorney and must Indicate the
FICTITIOUS NAME (Bradford County), 2/21 2tchg228NOTICE LA 0267-1984-0005: February, A.D., 1985 In representative.All from ground water or Immediately basis for the claim the I
Florida 32656 intends to NOLAN. NEIL W., Rt. 1. Bradford County. persons InterestedIn located In Section 35. thereafter otherwise a name and address of the I
Pursuant to Section register said fictitious Box 1385. Stork. FL 2214tchg314IN the estate to who a Township 05 South, default will be entered creditor or his agent or .
865.09, Florida Statutes name under the 32091. 3565.1984-2084: copy of this Notice of Administration Range 21 East. Bradford against you for the reliefdemohded attorney and the
nolle l I. hereby given aforesaid statute. NOTICE Is hereby PETERSON. FRANK C.. THE CIRCUIT COURT has been County, Florida for in the Petition. amount claimed If the
: that the undersigned. Dated this 8th day of given that on Monday c/o PETERSON. JAMES FOR BRADFORD COUNTY mailed ore required water utility use.. claim is not yet due, the
J. SCOTT. 1205 F.bruary, A.D., 1935 March 04, 1985. at 10:00 THREE MONTHS WITNESS hand and when will become
BRUCE under- A. Rt. 1 Box 26 A, FLORIDA WITHIN Written objections or my dote It
Butler Rood. P.O. Box 2/144tpd3 07 clock AM.. Stark, FL 32091. PROBATE DIVISION FROM THE DATE OF THE comments on this op. official seal of this Court due shall be stated If
445. Stark* Florida igned. Gator 2837-1984-0041 : CASE NO. 84-83-CP FIRST PUBLICATION OF plication may be filed on this 25th day of ,the claim I Is contingent or
32091, joint owners doIng IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF He'ghtway.. Inc. will for PREVATT. LUCIAN B.. OR FILE NO. 1-3573 THIS NOTICE to file any with the Governing February. 1985.GILBERT unliquidated the natureof
business under the THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL *rll at public auction MERRILL W. Rt. 2. Box objections they may Board of the Suwannee S. BROWN the uncertainty shall ,
-: firm name of BRADFORD CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ,'h at 2175 Comonwealth 149 A2. Stork., FL In The Estate Of have that challenge the River Water Management Clerk of the Court be stated.If the claim Is
BAPTIST CHURCH. P.O. BRADFORD COUNTY 32091. 0411-1984-0224.; GRACIE MONK HUTTO validity of the decedent'swill District Route 3. By: Beulah Moody secured, the securityshall
-; Box 1207, Stark. Florida FLORIDA ,rksonville, Florida.. WILLIFORD. HORACE Deceased. the qualifications of Box 64, Live Oak. FL Deputy Clerk be described. The
: 32091 'Intend to PROBATE DIVISION' r-,, lot of 284 ctn Box 124 B. Rte 2, Stark., the personal representative 32060 until 3/18/1985. TERENCE M. BROWN claimant shall deliver
register said fictitious CASE 'NO, 85-07-CP tic articles consignedContainer FL 32091. NOTICEOF ., or the venue or 1tchg2/28 ESQ. sufficient copies of the
name under the ((13607)IN ) Marine 082919840045. ADMINISTRATIONTO jurisdiction of the court. ..... TERENCE M. BROWN claim to the clerk to
-. aforesaid statute.. 'lonsporl. Jacksonville, Information concerning ALL CLAIMS, NOTICEOF P.A. enable the clerk to mail,
Dated this 07th day of RE: The Estate of l. to satisfy freight and the amount or ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS INTENTIONTO Attorneys for Wife, one copy to each personal
February A.D., 1985 In CHARLES A. MORRIS lorage charges under description of the property CLAIMS OR NOT SO FILED REGISTER 2/28 4Khg 3/21 representative.All .
of Section
:; Bradford County. Deceased. tie provisions (such as unclaimed DEMANDS AGAINST THE WILL BE FOREVER BAR FICTITIOUS NAME persons interestedin
4,1 l") of Uniform Standard
:: 2/Ol4tchg2/28 checking accounts. savings ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL the estate to who a
... ... n.II,; of Lading. RED.Date of the first IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of of Administration
NOTICE accounts, utility OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Pursuant to Section copy this Notice
? NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Go tor Frelghtways deposits, stocks, bonds. IN THE ESTATE., publication of this Noticeof 865.09 Florida Statutes, 'FOR has been
: OF INTENTION Insurance policies saf.deposit Administration: 28 notice Is hereby given FLORIDA mailed ore required.
:: TO REGISTER administration of boxes etc.) and YOU ARE HEREBY Feb' 1985. that the undersigned WITHIN THREE MONTHS
2/28 NO. 8512CPFILE
z FICTITIOUS NAME the Estate of CHARLES A. .2/212tchg....... the names and addresses NOTIFIED that the administration CHARLES B. COWART Potty Curie and Ten CASE NO. 1-3611 FROM THE DATE OF THE
MORRIS Deceased File of the holder of of the Personal Sapp. P.O. Box 1133. FIRST PUBLICATION OF
:E NOTICE 1 Is hereby, No. BS07CP ((1.3607)). Is NOTICE OF NAMES OF such personal property estate of GRACIE MONK RepresentativeOf Stork., Florida 32091,. Of THIS NOTICE. to file any
In The Estate
:2 given that ALAN BRUCE pending in the Circuit PERSONS APPEARINGTO may be obtained by any HUTTO. deceased Case the Estate of joint owners doing BRYCE C. TITUS, objections they may
:: GREENBERG. of Post Office Court for Bradford Coun- BE OWNERS OF person possessing an Interest Number 84.83CP.and GRACIE MONK HUTTO. business under the firm Deceased. have that challenge the
=;:: Box 442. Stark., ty Florida Probate Divlslon ABANDONED PROPERTY In the property by File Number 1-3575, it Deceased. name of C & S validity of the d.c.d.nt'lwill.

:; Florida 32091, desiring to the address of addressing on inquiry toGerald pending In the Circuit RICHARD WELTY COURIORS. P.O. Box |. the qualifications of
z;: engage und.r the fictitious which i Is Bradford County Pursuant to Section 13, Lewis, Stat. Court for Bradford County 954 N. Temple Ave. 1133. Starke.: Florida NOTICE the personal representative .
:=- name of Courthouse;>> ,Post Offc., Chapter 717. Florida Comptroller Attn: Abandoned Florida Probate Division P.O. Box 995 32091. Intends to OF ADMINISTRATIONTO or the venue or
i HAIRPLANES. INC.. at Drawer B, Starke, Statutes, entitled Property Section the address of Starke, FL 32091 register said fictitious Jurisdiction of the court.
:; 737 S. Walnut Street Florida 32091. The "Florida Disposition of 202 Blount Street Third which'is Post Office Box ((904)) 9648050Attorney name under the ALL OR All CLAIMS,

;: Stork., Florida 32091, Intends names and addresses of Unclaimed Property Floor, Tallahassee,' "B". Stork., Florida for aforesaid statute. ING CLAIMS AGAINST THE DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS .
:: to register said fIctitious the Personal Representative Act", notice iihereby Florida 32301 ((904)) 32091. The personal P.r.onalR.pr..ntatlv. Dated this 28th day of ABOVE DEMANDS ESTATE AND ALL NOT SO FILED
:: name with the and the PersonalR.presentotive's given that the person 487-0510. The Jackson representative of the February A.D., In Bradford WILL BE FOREVER BAR
=: Clerk of the Circuit Court attorney listed below appear to villa telephone numb.r estate I I. CHARLES B. 2/28 2tchg 3/07 County., OTHER PERSONS IN-
:;:: of Bradford County, are set forth be owners of unclaimed for Information Is ((904) COWART. whose address ....."". ,- 2/284tpd 3/21 TERESTED IN THE ESTATE. RED.Date of the first

:: Florida. pursuant to the below. person-*' or Intangible, 3596085. Be sure to Is Rout. 2, Box NOTICEOF ........ YOU ARE HEREBY publication of this Notice
:: provisions of Section All Interested persons prop* ly presumed mention the account 2158. Starke, Florida APPLICATIONOn IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF that the ,administration of Administration 28

::: 865.09. Florida Statutes. or. required to file with abandoned. THIS DOES number AFTER the nom. 32091. Th.name and address 2/15/1985._ R.V. (,t.;EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTIFIED of the Feb. 1985. '
;: The Interest of each this court. WITHIN THREE NOT INVOLVE REAL as published In this of the p.rsonalr.pr..ntollv. DURRANCE 864 North CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR of BRYCE THOMAS TITUS

:; party In the business Is MONTHS OF THE FIRST ESTATE. notice. Unless proof of .'! of- Temple Avenue, Starke. BRADFORD, COUNTY estate CROMWELL TITUS PersonalRepresentative
:: as follow.: ALAN BRUCE PUBLICATION. OF THIS Apparent Owners ownership Is presentedto torney are ,set forth FL 32091. made application FLORIDA deceased. Case Number
:: GREENBERG, 10054. NOTICE (1) all claims ADAMS DR., P.O. Box the holder by April 30 below. for water use permit CIVIL CASE NO.' 85-12-CP, and File Of the Estate of
.::: Dated at Stark. against the estate and 936. Starke FL. 32091 1985.' the property will All persons having 2.85.00019 for on 85-50-CA Number 1-3611, Is pending BRYCE C. TITUS.D.c.o..d..
=: Florida this 5th day "of (2)( ) any objection by an Account Number be delivered for custodyto claims or demand average dally In the Circuit Court .
:: F.bruary.. 1985. interested person to 0267.1984.0001 : CHILDS. the Comptroller of against the statS arm withdrawal of 0.0018 IN fiE The Marriage ol: for Bradford County RICHARD E. WELTY
E: /./Alan Bruce whom notice was pnailed, BE RNICC Florida. Thereafter; all required WITHIN' THREE million gallons per day ERNEST LEE BATES. Husband Florida. Probate Division 954 N. Temple Ave. '
1413-1984-00Ot' COL,
.::: Greenberg that challenges: the : further claims must b.dlr.ct.d MONTHS MOM ''THE from ground wotert the address of P.O.Box 995
?:: TERENCE M. BROWN. validity' of the will,, the FRED. Rt. 1 Box 140' to the Camp DATE OF THE' FIRST located in Section 30. and which is Post Office Box Starke. FL 32091
Per Starke, FL ;32091 OF THIS MARY FRANCES; BATES. ((904)9648050)
:; P.A qualification of the trailer of Florida. PUBLICATION Township 06 South., 'B. Starke, Florida 32091.
:;:: ,P.O. Drawer 40- tonal Representative-,. ., Q029.1984-0009; COLI GERALD LEWISComptroller' NOTICE to file Wl1h the Range 22 East Bradford Wife. The personal representative Attorney for
:; FL 32091 of FRED EST OF, Rt. '1. Box I, above court P.rsonalR.pr..ntatlv.
Stork. venue, or jurisdiction clerk of the County Florida. for of the estate Is
: 140. Storke FL 32O91 Of Florida of NOTICE OF ACTIONTO .
: 2/144tchg3/01. court. written statement ,
the a water utility uses. M. TITUS.
:;: ......... ",. ", : ALL-CLAIMS AND OB- 0029-1984-0010 ; s 2/21 2tchg 2/28 any clqlm, ,ord.mond Written objection or.comments THOMAS address I I. 1229 2/28 2tchg 3/07
Starke, FL ", may on application Cloverdale Road, Colum
: OF INTENTION Will BE FOREVER BAR. Box 438 ,: NOTICE claim must be writing may ,be filed Address Unknown. bus. Georgia 31904. The
.,- TO REGISTER RED.. '32091 0452-1984-OOOli; : Of INTENTIONTO and must Indicate the with the Governing YOU ARE, HEREBY- -,name and address of the
FICTITIOUS NAME ,i Publication of 1 this CRUM. B, 1039 North FL REGISTER bails for the claim, the V. Board of the Suwannee NOTIFIED that an action personalrepresentative's
'Notice hot begun on 21 Lowtey Rd.. Starke. FICTITIOUS NAME name and oaoress of the
Pursuant to Section February 1985. 32091 .93 -19U-OI23; creditor of his agent or "ment District Rout 3, rloge and other relief are set forth
865.09'Florida Statutes, Personal Represent FULLARD, WALTER C., Pursuant to Section attorney; "ond the Box 64. Live Oak. 'FL hOB bean flied againstyou below., .
notice I I. hereby. given-' lotlve: JULIE P. MORRIS P.O. Box 517, Starke, 865.09. Florida Statutes amount claimed.- the 32060, until 3/18/1985. In the abovestyledCourt All having
-' that the underlined Post Office Box 157, 32091, 0029.19840021; notice )). hereby given claim I Is not yet due. the 1tchg 2/28 and you are required claim persons or demand BEGINS:

,- AlBERNARD PERRY Lowley, Florida :33098. HENDERSON. CYNTHIA that the undersigned dole when It will become ........ to serve a copy of the estate' are .
Howl 2. ,Bo ie7. Attorney for Personal 141319e4.0002JACKSON HILDA A. JOHNSON. due shalt b* .stated. If NOTICE your written defense*. If required against WITHIN THREE MARCH 20
.- Keystone Heights (Brad-, Representative; EDWARD, 444.H W. Madison St., the claim te I I contingent or OF APPLICATION any. to It on TERENCE M. MONTHS FROM THE ..;/'_.- ...
;: ford County). Florida TOMUNSON I BROWN, I 1413.1984 0003 ; Stork H 32091, sole unliquidated the nature, O-' 2/15/1985. YORK BROWN ESQUIRE DATE OF THE FIRST
:. 32656, sole owner doing PA.. JOHNSON. MARY owner, doing business of the uncertainty shall CHRISTIAN RITE, Rt. 2. Terence M. Brown, ".A., PUBLICATION OF THIS
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An intricately crafted model is the ;result of many hours of painstaking work by inmates.

By Mark Kriedlin prison now for the past year and
BCT Staff Writer Chason says the fair model was one
Welcome to the world of. of the inmates' most intricate crea-

miniatures.One tions. 1 V 1
of the most talked about ex "We're proud of the fair project,"
hibits for sale at the recent fund- Chasen said from his office at LCI
rasing auction for the proposed last week. "This is the biggest pro-
Starke Center of the Santa Fe Com- ject of this type we have ever been 4
munity College here in Starke was a involved in. We were very pleased to
beautifully crafted miniature be able to make a contribution to a
display. good cause like the Starke SFCCCenter.
The large scene showed a Brad- The inmates were very proud t
ford County Fair scene, completewith of the display when it was finished -
rides, agriculture exhibits and and they still are."
the midway, all rendered carefullyto Chason said about 20-25 'inmates .'
their tiny size by inmates at worked on the project at any one '
Lawtey Correctional Institute. The time, with everyone giving sugges-
inmates did the project as a sidelinein tions about the type of scenes to
addition to their regular projects model. The display takes a "visitor"
while working in the Vocational down an imaginary stroll down the
cabinet-making and air- midway, through the agricultural
conditioning and heating programsat exhibits with the prize winning
the prison, which along with the steers, hogs, chickens and rabbits
horticulture department are some of grown by Union and Bradford Coun-
the most productive of the ty 4-H and Future Farmers of
rehabilitative programs offered at America members carefully placedin
state prison facilities. their respective "stalls", ready
The innovative programs in In- for judging.The .
mate rehabilitation have given LCIa "stroll" continues as the imaginary -
growing reputation as one of the visitor fihds the popular
most progressive in the state. Plants midway rides spinning in the fX11'L
grown by inmates in the horticulture "breeze". The rides are colorfully
project adorn numerous state-owned painted and rendered with such obvious -
buildings in Tallahassee and other attention to small detail that
parts of Florida. The annual plant an onlooker has to study each small
show put on by the inmates and their section of the display to appreciatethe
. instructors is one of the best- amount of work that went into
':, attended and most talked about of the project.
all the programs of its type. Instructor Chason said he could
"We are very pleased with both even estimate how much time was
the wood-working and cabinet shop spent by the inmates on the
and the horticultural program miniature work, which involved
here," commented LCI Spokesman careful, meticulous hand carving on L
David McKnight. "We feel the programs practically every small piece.
offered here give inmates a "Boy, its hard to say," Chason
positive,solid foundation on which to said when asked about the time
rebuild their lives when they are spent on the display "All can real-
released. Many of our former inmates ly tell you is that we began the pro-
i have gone on to success as ject in a small way last summer and
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studied here at LCI." since, along with all the other thingswe
Another project in miniature that work on out here. I can only i
can be seen in the main administration estimate that we have spent many
building at LCI is a large modelof hundreds of hours on it since we first
the prisonxand surrounding came up with the idea." all into it.We're proud of the men for their attention to detail. This part of tr s sJw sr
grounds all scaled down to tiny size The inmates responded to the project what they have accomplished in this the display fascinated most on- %
their ideas and other here" lookers at the SFCC Auction, t;
and displayed on a large board for by contributing own many projects i
visitors. on each tiny section of the model, Instructor Graudons' men went to especially the younger set. e

The layout shows every small many spending hours of time hand- work underneath the structure with Another project recently com- .
detail of the layout at the complexand carving a small piece they had' takena some other details that the casual pleted by the inmates at the wood- (
is faithfully scaled to the personal fancy to. onlooker might miss. working cabinet shop at LCI was on
showing the differentbuildings "That's part of the rehabilitative Underneath the small buildings is a much bigger scale. d7
walkways, wooded areas effect of a project like this," a complete plumbing layout with Starke's Southside Elementary ,,
complete with tiny "trees" and a Spokesman Mcknight says. "A little tiny compressors, belt-driven school desperatly needed more
host of other details so dear to the time for introspection never hurt motors and pipe and eletrical work. classroom space to help accomodateits o'''
hearts of model lovers. anyone, and the inmates, we feel, Graudons' men approached the rapidly growing student popula 1'r
LCI Cabinet Shop Supervisor benefit from the feeling of workingas model as they would a full-size house tion. The answer? Inmates at the
Eugene Chason and AIr-conditioning a team to accomplish a common ing project, and tried their best to LCI came to the rescue when they
and heating shop Supervisor Bill goal. Even if that part may be just a make it as real as possible on such a constructed a complete, portable
Graudons have overseen the tiny piece of the total display, you small scale. The result is a triumphof classroom at the institute and trucked -
building of the miniatures at the can be sure that someone put their model-making and a tribute to it to the school "just in time";; according -
to grateful school officials.

Community CalendarHave I Stroll the Midway... 4'o

No this Isn't a scene from the mid- ;

an announcement?... Get it in to ut by TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH... Meetings held each weekIn way at the Bradford County _
Fairgrounds, although it might appear -
Mondays at 5 p.m. and we can put It In the Calender. Local the Parish House Include: first
be at
to glance.
vents, church gatherings, special speakers or new groups Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. This carefully constructed modelis F
ask that Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30 p.m.
organizing will be Included on request. We must you the result of hundreds of hours of
them concise as possible. Brownies meet Monday at 3 p.m.
keep as painstaking work by Inmates Involved -
Girl Scouts meet Monday at 3 p.m.
*Clubs & OrganizationsWORLD In vocational progr.ms.t Lawtey
EXPLORER SCOUTING TROOP..Coll 964-6911 for Informa Correctional Institute.
DAY OF PRAYER.-.Mareh 1. 11 a.m. St. Mark's tion. The model, which was sold at the oN a
Episcopal Church, Stark. Th.r. will b. a covered dish lun
KEYSTONE NIGHTOWLS... Night version of Homemakers recent fund-raiser for the new f? n. e srv
Invited attend.
cheon. The public Is cordially to
Starke Center of Santa Fe Community -
Club meets second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at i
JUNIOR BOYS SOFTBALL PRACTICE..for boys aged 13-13, First Baptist Church In Keystone College Is complete with electricity -
will be h.ld at Edward's Road Complex, Starke, Saturday, plumbings underneath the
STARKE BOY SCOUT TROOP 70 ...meet from 7 8.30
March 2 at 1 1:30: p.m. Coach Herman Schoenlng asks that p.m. "streets" and those famous midway
everyone attending be prompt. each Tuesday In the scout hut behind the tennis courts on rides. t', '
Pratt Street In Storke.DUPLICATE
AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. SeLwIII: hold an Initiation for
members who have BRIDGE ClUi..meets every Tuesday night at
all n.w members on March 12. Any new
requested to attend. 7:30 p.m. at Starke Woman's Club. Bridge players are Invitedto by Mark
joined the Post In the past year or. Photos
Wives are also Invited.JR. attend.A Frledlln'j


CHURCH..will hold a car wash Saturday. Mar. 2, from 9 a.m. Monday nights at 6:30: p.m.Call Peggy Register- 1-473-2730 ,', ", \: ,
the Bank parking lot. Fee Is $2 per for more Information. /; :
to 1.30: p.m. at Community .' 1.-, "
ear MELROSE TOPS... The weight reducing club meets each :.'< ":\t :.-"
LAKE CITY..will hold Its annual Antique Tuesday at 9:30: a.m. at the Ellam Baptist Church In Melrose. ,
GARDEN CLUB ,, .' '., Ar ,/ ,
F -
Show and Sale March 1.3, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (l&2nd), 12 to 5 LAKE BUTLER TOPS... Take Off Pound. Sensibly dub meet '1: "'.uAYst")
; p.m. on March 3 at the American legion Post 37, US 41 South each Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m.at UCHS.lake Butler For ,', :: r
i Lake City.KEYSTONE. further Information call LInda Durham at 4964384. ', ,
; 'f''iOr. : -,
I HEIGHTS JAYCEES..wlll hold their annual Boots AEROBIC CLASSES... are being offered In toke Butler on / ';',1 '
I and Saddles Open Pleasure and Speed Show at the Clay Monday and Wednesday afternoons at 3:.'p.m.at the Union ..' ':'j. iI' '"
County Agricultural Center on SR-16 Saturday March 9, at County High School, Room No. 136. Fee for the doss Is$2 per t' ".,..',-' .
8:30: a.m. until evening. For Information, call 473-4924. Admission class. Call 964-5078 for Information. (. ."If.\" :; 1'tij '
of 50 cents donation to the Muscular Dystrophy j ''' '., :J ,
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CLASSES..WIII be held and !]
JUDO Monday Thursday nightsIn
each month :
Association.The Jaycees hold meetings twice on ." '.
Keystone Heights High School cafeteria.Junior dca...will ;
the Clubhouse
the first and third Thursday at 8 p.m. at on
be held from 30-7:30:: p.m.; senior classes from 7:30-8:30.:
Silver lake. For Information call 473-4924. '
Call 4733964.AEROBIC .
CLASSES... are being offered Monday and
and Alanon meet Monday, 8 p.m. (closed
In Educational Wednesday at 9:30: a.m., 4:30 and 7.30 p.m.And on Tuesdayand
meeting) and Friday, 8 p.m., open meeting
at 3.30 the Woman'.
Thursday : p.m. at Keystone Height
Church, Keystone Heights.
Club. Call 173378far further Information.
JOGGING CLINIC..Starts Wednesday, March 13, 5.30-6.30: :
BH Center for OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS..meets each Thursday. 11:30
6-week session' for $15. Sponsored by
p.m. a.m., at Sr. Mark'. Episcopal Church parish house:Tuesdays
Health & Fitness. To register, call
7:30 p.m. at Keystone Heights Community Church: for Information
GYMNASTICS CLASSES..Start Tuesday' March 12. Beginners call 782.3931, or 473-2790.
: 30-4.30:: p.m. and 30-3.30: : p.m. (divided class); Intermediates -, Concerts
30-5.30: : p.m. 8-week session$40 prereglstro- r
tlon/$43 at the door. For Info call BH Center for Health a CONCERT PHONE NUMBERS... Jaclst.rw8l.Colis.umcad'.
Fitness 961.1210.KEYSTONE Civic Auditorium 1-633-2900; Florida TKeeJt 1-335-2797: ; ur, c
Playground South'. 1-724-6500: Orlando Sob Can Center -
and Soft-
RECREATION AOCIAT1ON..Baseball 1-305-843-8111; Civic Center 1-303-34S498: Lakeland Civic
boll Slgn-Ups Feb 2.9,16and 23 at McDavid Pork. 10 a.m.tll; Center and Theatre 1-813-686-7126; ,Tallahassee Civic
2 p.m. Center 1-904-487.1691)'Tampa's Theon-e. 1-413-223-8981: '

BOY SCOUT TROOP S1l..meets from 7:30: to 9 p.m. each' Curtiss Nixon Hell .'' 1-813-223-8911.: ISF SUM Dome -
Thursday at the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-Doy Saints 1-813-974-311I> St. Petersburg : ayfronf Center .
I Chapel' at 1404 Be
L are welcome. Call- V64-4J80- -- .-for-more--Information.- -...1-904-252-0821' -;-Cocoa. Beach Brassy' 1.309-784-9414.- .



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B7 Mark FtieiiinBCTMaariter "He's only been racing for about six snit tart sic......ago.
months now. We bad DO idea be These -to..phies are just 10 of the M roalhe has
He swoops down the straigbt-a- would be so successful in such as 9rfliUiI ses since h*hega the sport.
way.He spins aJ"CIUDIIlbe turns.He short time.The nice thing about it is
fbes ever the jumps bumps and aU that everyone in the family enjoy the
the otter tortuous ndtag surfaces of races even on a longer trip like the )
a typical: BMX btcyde racing track one to Homestead We Just pack up
and fimshec ahead of the pock la aloud and go. We usually don't have to
cf dust travel that Car though we have fine Xys..
Who is this: kid aojrway? tracks ParMathew k Heights and in
He's Mathew Coons, that's _bo. Orange
and be's got a roomful of gleaming started riding
trophies to prove be"one of the best "seriously" when his cousin who
around especial? when you consider live in Orange Park introduced him '
be'c just ia the seeded grade. to the sport six months ago. According '
to :Mr. Combs, be went to his ft'
Matbev. a Starke Southside first race to watch one Friday night W'Af
Elementary studeoi aDd the son of raced his own bike the next Fnday r y r
the Gene and Skaron Combs ofKmgtley night and won his first trophy a week
Lake. is one of those daring later.
).young daredevils _bG "just knre to His big start was enough to earn
.'in-aceonficg to Lather Gene who him the sponsorship you heard it
says be little tyke has always been right, of the A&B Bike Shop in
that ssy."Ever Orange Park and since then be has
since be vac old enough to gone on to win 26 trophies in as many Phai brMwiFn.dlm I
do awyflBng has been quite a cam- events.
.Mr. Combs said as we watched Bike shops sponsor only the most -
lute! pre+oociacx little racer promising of young riders supplying .
swwp rouad the yard at his borne them with equipment and advicein crave :lltal
; Video :
near aft* Florida National Guard's return for some fine publicity
SaeftBy at Camp Standing. "He's when their riders win.
jut saanaral born competitor" When asked what made him so
Otn February 9th. Mathew much faster than most other riders 964-4582 I.
'Aaaef that's a direct quote. in the races. Mathew who is a student
JidJLsa tut competition with a first in Jo Anne Hamilton's class at NEXT TO PIZZA HUT TO
place troy ia tbe 7-yr.old division Southside Elementary, bad a simple RENTMAGNOLIA
sanctioned held inHomestead. .direct answer.
is a race
.Florida "1 don't know." he replied with a I another :.
-It was thrill," :Mr. Combs said. grin. "I never look back." Why join

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: Applications for the spring turkey the Cumm Sbion's Lake City office and buy a movie pass at I
: hunt on the Camp Blanding Wildlife by February 20. A random drawingwill Located within blocks of doctors offices,
Management Area have been be held at 10 a.m. on February .
: available since Jan.18,according to 22 and the public is invited to attend. churches, restaurants and grocery stores.
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13-15. and 16-18 with a quota of 35 14.95Limited
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This paramedic shares his knowledge of life-saving Bradford Emergency: !: Services donated their time to Emergency Services Director
cardio-pulmonary resuscitation techniques with Cadet teach the scouts about Cl'lt. Cliff Chapman and 'Staff' Last
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with the Pineland Masonic LodgeNo. her life.Survivors. Lapp JtfcKs cf Ftarahome and Gene Bass and Rev. Dub Thornton
Johnnie O.Johns 86 FAAM of Palatka. Mr. i chide: OM W'I_ OArra.IH officiating: Burial was in Crosby
Johnnie Oliver Johns 93, of Preisler played lead trumpet for Mrs. Joann Godwin of Surtt; flww oatx rras ere held at 11 Lake Cemetery with Archie Tanner
Starke.died Tuesday morning, Feb. both the Harry James orchestra and sons Ray Donald, GJfai,, .11'4' :a. .'?Pao.,Ft**. *, wild Rev Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
26. in his home following a short il the Benny Goodman orchestra. He Michael all of St.alil; we nett V ifIm& lness. was a veteran of World War II.
Born in Hampton.Mr.Johns mov- Survivors include one son. Wade
ed to Starke from Alabama last Preister of San Antonio Texas; one
January. He was a retired salesmanand daughter, Ms. Sybil Orballo of San
owned and operated the J.O. Antonio Texas; two sisters Ms.
L. Johns Mercantile Company. He wasa Clarice P. Adkins Hampton and
member of the Highland Park Ms. Jewell P. Morris of Macctenny. Used Car BargainsSTAKE
Baptist Church in Miami. five grandchildren and, several
Survivors include one daughter, nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Pbamie Brodie of AdamsviUe, Funeral services were held
Alabama; seven grandchildren; Wednesday Feb. 27, at 2 p.m. in the
several great grandchildren; First United Methodist Church of AUTO SALES INC.
Ja4rr.u eniaaa several great great grandchildrenand Lake Butler with Rev. William
several nieces and nephews. Yates officiating. Burial with ,
Mrs.Julie Elise Mandel Funeral services will be held Friday Masonic Rites will follow at Dckle 0INTEREST
Sinha March 1. in the Bells Funeral Cemetery in Lake Butler. Archer -
Home Chapel Crumleys Chapel Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in
Mrs.Julie Elise Mandel 1 Sin ha.23.
of Hudson.Wise died as the result of Alabama. Burial will be in Midway charge of arrangements.Fred CASH OR BANK FINANCING

an automobile accident Wed.. Feb. Cemetery. Adamsville, AL. Jones __ ..
Funeral Home of Starke in of WJHW'
20 in Har beWe.S.C.where she was
visiting family.A local arrangements. T. Wolff

Fred T. Wolff, of High Ridge Full Amount financed with No Money Down
> native of Jacksonville Mrs. Craig L. Glisson Estates Keystone Heights, age 83,
Sinha lived in Athens. GA where she Craig Lippmcott Glisson. 71, of died Feb. 19 at a nursing home in
and earned her Masters McRae died Friday Feb. 22 in Gainesville.Born 81 Trans Am
Degree graduated in Business Administrationfrom Alachua General Hospital. in Chicago ILL,, Fred servedon I-Tom. A/C. One Owner Loaded . . . $6,200]
the University of Georgia.She Gainesville, following a short il the Oak Park, ILL police force for
lness. over 20 and moved to Lake 80
years TranS
attended Blackshear Georgia Born in McRae Mr. Glisson was a Geneva in 1971. Am White T-Top. tndy 500 Pacer . . . . $5,800
High School was active in 4-Hand retired livestock inspector with the He is survived by his wife
was a member of the honor society. State of Florida's Agriculture Florence, a nephew Robert and. 79 Firebird
She also attended Waycross Junior Department and was of the Baptist several over nieces and nephews.No Esprit Automatic A/C Funy Loaded . . $3,650|
College and was an exchange student faith. funeral services will be held.
in Germany one summer. Survivors include his wife Mrs. 79 Z-28
Juannata Dillaberry Glisson of It. Walker Camaro Loaded . . . . . . $4,350
She is survived by her husband of McRae; one daughter Mrs. Carol
of Starke,..
Arthur Walker 55
of Lake Geneva Ray
two David Sinha of Hudson Montgomery ; one
Wise years; her father. Dr. Lee Mandel son, Patrick C. Glisson of McRae; died sudden Sunday illness.morning following a 79 Grand Prix Nc stereo 2 odor . . . . 3,350
and his wife. Lenor of Keystone sisters,Mrs.Opal M.Bishop and
her Wanda Mandelof Mrs. Myrtle Harris,both of Kingsley Born in Severville Tenn., Mr.
Heights mother
; Walker moved to Starke in 1972. lie 75 M.G.
Hilton Head. S.C.: father and Lake; one brother, Merrill Glissonof by trade and was Midget Convertible . . . 1,550
mother-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Samuel McRae and one grandchild. was a carpenter
: Sinha of Madison. Wise; grand- Funeral services were held at 3 self-employed. Mr. Walker was a

Sweat parents of, Mr.Blackshear.and Mrs.GA Woodrow; sister p.m..Jones Monday Memorial, Feb.Chapel 25, in the with DeWittC. Rev. the U.S. Army Korean veteran Conflict having served as in a 83 S-10 SpOrt Pkg 22.000 miles. roll bars, mag wheels 6,950

Emily Mandel; 3 brothers, Jeffery Johnny Strickland officiating. paratrooper. He was a member of

: and Glen Feagin-- and Edward Burial was .in Gadara Cemetery, the Calvary V.F.W.Baptist and Church.was a member of 81 Chevette Aye. Automatic . . . . . . $2,450]
Mandel; step-sisters.Christy Edden McRae,under the direction of Jones
;.; include his wife, Mrs.
and Lisa Pringle; step-brothers Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. Survivors
Brent Mandel Scott Mandel and Norma J. Walker; three sons, Den-
of Tennessee, Kenneth ON THE SPOT FINANCINGNO
;. Thomas Mandel; and many aunts, Mrs. Mattie L. AdamsMrs. nis Walker
uncles and cousins. Mattie Lee Adams, 71, of Carmichael and Rodney Car-
Keystone Heights, died Friday, Feb. michael, both of Starke; two INTEREST NO CREDIT CHECK
Funeral services were held Monday 22, in Bradford Hospital, Inc. following Stare Darlene Douglass of
; Feb. 25 in the Chapel of a long illness. and Lillian Potts of North JUST JOB & DRIVER'S LICENSE REQUIRED -
brothers, Wilson
Hardage-Krauss Funeral Home in Born in Lake City, Mrs. Adams Carolina; two
Jacksonville with Dr. Howard moved to Keystone Heights from Walker of Tennessee'and Clifford

: Greenstein officiating. Intermentwas Jacksonville 14 years ago; was a Walker Georgia of Godsey Orlando of; three Starke sisters, Ina, 76 Honda Civic '500 Down $1,995 '140 Month!
in Temple Cemetery. homemaker and the wife of the late . .
Roy Franklin Adams,and a memberof Moore and Bea Walker, both of Ten-
the Freedom Baptist Church of nessee; his father, Dan Walker of

Elizabeth Caughey Keystone Heights. Tennessee and six grandchildren. 77 FOrd LTD . . . MOO Down $1,795 140 Month
Elizabeth Caughey of Keystone Survivors include two sons, Funeral services will be held
Heights died February 18 in Alachua: Malcom F. Adams of Keystone Thursday, Feb. 28, at 11 a.m. in the

General Hospital following a long il- Heights and Herbert C. Adams of Calvary Baptist Church with burialin 74 FOrd LTD . . . . 300 Down $1,295 '140 Month
lness. Jacksonville; three grandchildrenand Crosby Lake Cemetery. Services
She was born inMeadville.PA and one great grandchild. will be performed by Dr. Benny

was employed for many years for Funeral services were held Monday Beckum, pastor of Tanner Calvary Funeral Baptist 76 Ford Elite . . . 400 Down $1 ,7 9 5 140 Month
the Talon fasteners company in ,Feb. 25,at the Freedom Baptist Church. Archie
Erie, PA then was transfered to New ; Church of Keystone Heights with the Home of Starke in charge of[ar:
York us manager of the Talon office 'Rev. Pat Murphy officiating.Burial rangements. I M 74 Ford Van .r..r..i. : . MOO Down, 1,495'o1:4: ;;M i\
there where she remained until her was in Greenlawn Cemetery in
retirement. Jacksonville with Jones Funeral Card of Thanks
After her retirement she purchased Home of Keystone Heights in chargeof -

a home in Keystone Heights arrangements. Dear David, FOR THE BEST DEAL ON WHEELS
which she made her permanent It's been two years,since you went
: home. James O. Whiddon away
Survivors include two neices, Mrs. James Otto Whiddon, 86, of But it seems like only yesterday.We SEE US FIRSTIF
R.G. Delco, York PA and Mrs. Keystone Heights, died at his home still feel the loss, heartacheand
Charles Grappy, Erie, PA and one Tuesday, Feb. 19, following a short pain,
nephew, name and address illness. Surely our loss had to be Heaven's WE DON'T HAVE IT WE'LL GET IT!
unknown. Born in Cairo Ga., Mr. Whiddonwas gain. ,
Memorial services were held in a retired carpenter at the Naval Signed: Mom Dad,Binki
Erie, PA. Air Station in Jacksonville; had Grandparents,Aunt& Uncle
moved to Keystone Heights 18 years STARKE AUTO SALES INC.South
ago from Jacksonville; was a Mrs. Rebecca NettlesMrs. .
Harry W. Baker member of the First Baptist Churchof Rebecca Nettles 61, of ,
Harry W. Baker 62, of Keystone Keystone Heights; and also was a Starke died Saturday, Feb. 23, in 301 Starke 964-6832
Heights, died Monday, Feb. 25, in member of the F&AM Melrose the North Florida Regional Hospital
Webster Fl, following a sudden il Lodge No. 89 of Keystone Heights. following a lingering illness.
lness. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Born and raised in Starke, Mrs.
Mattie Jones Whiddon of Keystone Nettles had been a resident of Starke

Born in Springville, -Pa., Mr. Heights; two daughters Mrs. Drek .
Baker moved to Keystone Heights Lavenia Cameron of Waycross, Ga.
from Washington, D.C., 30 years and Mrs. Manola Bailey of Jackson-
ago. He was a U.S. Army veteran of ville; three sisters, Mrs. Lottie
World War II and was retired from Lunsford of Dawson, Ga.,Mrs. Lona QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Griffin Industries in Hampton and White of Ochlocknee, Ga. and Mrs. BH ?
was of the protestant faith. Amy McDaniel of Bainbridge, Ga.;'
four grandchildren and eight great r, Beer Wine Mixers

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. grandchildren. .
Edith Bowden Baker of Keystone Funeral services were held Fri- It's Wise to Shop at
a Homeownedand
Heights; two daughters, Mrs. Edith day, Feb. 22, at 2 p.m. at the First
Ann Casner of Hampton and Mrs Baptist Church of Keystone Heights
Elva Jean Spencer of Midland, Va.; with Rev. Jack Wingate officiating. Homeoperated Price Wise store.
two sons, Harry W. Baker Jr., U.S. Burial was in Riverside Memorial
Army, stationed in Germany and Park of Jacksonville with Jones Check Our Many In-Store Specials
Harvey II. Baker of Hampton; two Funeral Home of Keystone Heightsin
brothers Chester Baker of Waverly, charge of arrangements. DISCOUNT LIQUORS *
N.Y. and Herman Baker of Elmira, AD GOOD THRU MARCH 6. 1985
N.Y.; one sister Mrs. Ruth Burns of Herbert W. Preister
Springville. N.Y. and eight grand- Herbert Wilson Preister. 69,of Ft.
children. Pierce, died Saturday at the 5
Lawnwood Memorial Center in Ft. 1 Ancient (99
Pierce after an extended illness. 11 2 0( Flags
Born in Lake Butler, Mr. Preister Age Fleischmanns J& BScotch
Funeral services will be held at 2 moved to Ft. Pierce 30 years ago Schenley Vodka
p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, in the from Palalka. He retired from the Bourbon
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Florida Power & Light Company as Jack Vodka Gin Gin
Leamon Ward officiating. Burial a dispatcher after 40 years of ser LTR T 750
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u" 1""u'1 Wharton,1.KM Editor tional training for the resumes, interviewing and filling The
program second CITE offers transportation
program' Parrish there It's
Mike Parrish, says hallmark has been an effective
Project director of G.E.D. out job applications He or she is
educational toward obtaining are funds
training available for gasoline combination
CITE which is of creatively applied
relatively new in this receives tips on locating the "hidden
area. is anxious to get the word out "It is designed with an individual job market. CITE ,supports the Diploma General Education Although CITE is relatively new to state-of-the-art knowledge In the
(CED): the
Clay it has been in behavioral
county area
about the program that provides, plan ,for each student with the students, thereby increasing his self- This offers, studies in existence sciences with experienced -
program 15 It is
over and
free of years. a
charge, vocational ultimate confidence and decision management.
educa- to employ- making
goal leading pro- Social Studies Science division of
tional Math ARBOR,Inc.,with offices
training and
job opportunities ment, said Parrish. CITE has an perties.
Reading and all Important in New
for,those that qualify. Writing, Jersey, Pennsylvania, $ tiff li4:
80-85 percent success rate In obtain
in achieving success in to Maryland, Deleware and Florida.
t ing employment for its students.In day's job market. ARBOR is a nationally recognized
CITE also offers the more long The CITE office for d
CITE Clay County consulting company that has
which stands for Centers
for the Jobsearch plan, which term training in modern office students is located at 793 Standing specialized in applying educationaland
Innovative Training and Education ranges from a two week to'six month skills. This program runs about five Blvd. in Orange Park. psychological and
is sponsored by the Northeast vocational training program, the months and is a ,"hands on ex If enough students from the technology to the needs theory of private In-
Florida Private Industry Council student receives training in Identifying perience" for the student in Keystone Heights area for dustry, governmental agencies and
and offers two programs a career goals and special aids In secretarial, bookkeeping, word processing the CITE program and should the non-profit organizations for the past
jobsearoh pr rram and an educa- job seeking, such as writing and office machines number warrant a car-pool for 20 years.


I Bradford County Traffic CourtAppearing .

before Judge George Sowerby, failed to drive. within John E. Buckman, violation of while license suspended or revoked; duced valid license, $35 cost.
H. Pierce Feb. 18 for final disposi- single lane; dismissed. right of way; fined $59.25. produced valid license, pay $25 cost. Michael Anthony Porter, driving
tion in Bradford Traffic Criminal Sowerby, unlawful speed; Ruby W. McClellan, no valid Ezekiel Sims, driving while wile license suspended or revoked;
Court were the following defendants dismissed. driver license; produce license and license suspended or revoked; fined produce valid license and pay $25
; pay $25 cost or pay $59.25 fine. $59.25. cost or pay $59.25.
Simon Valentine, driving while In- McClellan, incorrect tag; pay $25 Sims, improper tag; $25 cost. Willie Oliver, no valid driver
Edwin Charles Norton, refusing to toxicated; fined $544, license cost. Robbie Jenkins, driving while license; produce valid license or pay
sign citation; fined $59.25. suspended five years, attend DWI Sherrie Lynn Hartley, no valid license suspended or revoked; pro- $54.25. -
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Kim Wynona Cummings, driving school, 50 hr. community work, driver license; fined 5525. -- -- --- -- --- --- -- -- - -- --- -
while intoxicated; fined$334, license Salvation Army supervision. Hartley, no valid driver license;
suspended six months,50 hours com- fine $55.25. LOW
munity work, must attend driving Valentine, no valid driver license; Hartley, ran stop sign; probation BACK PAIN
while intoxicated (DWI) school. fined $55.25.Bessie 60 days, violate no laws, pay fine
M. Belue, no valid driver within 45 days or be sent to jail on YOUR DENIt
Cummings, no tag; pay cost $15. license; fined $59.25. 60th day of probation. Tuner has been often stated by Interior
Alan Alric Sowerby, driving while Marty D. Blankenship, no valid Harriett Lucille Middleton, improper decorators that a room
intoxicated; fined $544, license driver license; fined $59.25. tag; $25 cost. should be designed for the modeof
suspended five years, 'attend DWI Amy Louise Driggers, violationsof James M. Stead, unlawful speed; Chiropractic living of the family that will
school, 50 hours community work ((90 restriction; no driving for ten cost $29. use it. If your family is casual,
days to fine.) Margarita C. Valdez
pay days. no valid
Sowerby, refused to sign citation; Driggers, careless driving; pay driver license; $59.25 fine. Center : often gathering around the television -
dismissed by state attorney.Arrests $25 cost, dismissed. Timothy Levon Monroe, driving for an evening's relaxation,
then your mode of living would
Same Day Emergency Appt.: make your den the most Impor-

t in Bradford CountyThe Complete FamilyChiropractic tant home.design features of your

Care And a den is not complete
following individuals were ar Dwight Groves. Myrick's blood cording to Patrolman Gerald Bar- Workers Compensation and without carpet. Carpet adds to
rested during the past two weeks on alcohol content was .11 percent, he rette. Bradley was released on his the warmth and softness of a den.
Bradford County charges. was released after a $325 surety own recognizance. auto injuries accepted. It helps to reduce noise, and add
bond was posted. to the comfort of the room- as we
Robert Sam Mooney of Gainesvillehas Bobby Powers, 42, of Ormond TREATMENT : all know most children floor
been charged with making Terry Lee Thompson,20,of Starke Beach was arrested Feb. 23 for driving are
obscene telephone calls in Bradford was arrested Feb. 23 on a capias for while intoxicated and driving Headaches, Low Back Pain, people,avoiding furniture if at all
County on June 7. Moooney was arrested petty theft, according to Deputy while license suspended, accordingto Neck & Arm Pain Numbness & possible, and carpet is a necessity
Feb. 11 by Alachua County Sammy Eunice. Thompson was Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Bond for them.
Sheriff's Deputy Carr. Mooney was released after a $50 cash bond was was set at $535. Tingling CALL TODAY For comfortable and durable
released after a $500 surety bond posted. -Eugene Merle Jarvi of Ohio was carpet, with lasting beauty, see
was posted. arrested Feb. 24 on an outstanding us today.We can fit your needs.
Malcolm Charles Bradley of capias from Brooksville, Fl., accor- RICHARD C. TULLER, D.C.
Bishop Mason Myrick was arrested Gainesville was arrested Feb. 23 on ding to Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson. He Teal Tile
Feb. 23 for driving under influence a capias for failure to pay a fine for was picked up by Hernando County 4737213Lawrence
according to Patrolman driving while license suspended, ac- SO Feb. 25. & Carpet

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Memorial Day, May 27 the only day
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228OUCH : 14 FOOT TRAHIR I ..I adulM only.No pen.By_,.
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SALIi Thurlday thru Sunday ((9 a."m. Nit) HOMES FOR SALE GovamrrwntT' Get th tact today) Call Kampground.. ...-..... 1/31 tfn ErWill
1.312.742.11.2. b' < 1/17 lOW J07l
Brown I.house I tod 2/28 In: front of Waitarn Auto. Ringdoocb.ll. 7t FORD MOO EWE PS 4..,*.d. OD.I.OCO mints. anramanulacturd f ... i BA NOM living roam, dining room, family
with fireplace, large fenced yard with
OARA01 SALE IN lAWTIVi Fri t Sat. $II MS. 2 888 S. WATIR ITR1531y owner 2 (R. C( home. .302 engine, Asking $3 800. Will and roam storage buildings In quiet neighborhood.polio NO _
consider' trade bar at .. .
car equal valu. Call *
block from Handy Way. Now furniture' clothot.household 1-468-1313 55/05550 ....
PETS.$300/mo.wllh security deposit. .1268. 2/21
I....... and much once tchg 2/28. MODEL NOW SALIt Keyitone Height! area laalumlake altar 6 p..... 2/'. 3tpd 2/18 tfn I
cathedral celling 188 CAMARO Z-Mi T-top, fully loadwl Good Condi.
I _.10.. fireplace Y
access ROOMSl the night.87, by the week
MOTH By 825
Insulated window. 8.-I9 wall and .22 calling Insulation scan Call alter S 30 p..... 533206.2/14 4tchg 3/07 up: cieiuA PHONE 964-7776
the month (100 MAGNOLIA HOTEL.
by up. across
AC Loaded
range refrigerator' heat pump. Wagon V64-44I3. 2/21 from Post Offko. Starka. 2/21 tfn
GIGANTIC YARD SALE .y.._. upgrade carpet and vinyl. Only S40S per 2tchg 2/28 I BR FURNOHSO APARTMENTl$190...th.. I7S depoill: tEItWllUG R 205 N. Temple, Starke I
all above feature and I'M CHIVY SCOTSDAlBi 12000 miles leaded
mo. Include 1 acre lot Also 2 BR furnished apartment 8200 mth.. 79 I
9 am.4 |
Saturday p.m. .
for lbrglass $9,300.96.6066. 2/28
more. Must see to believe. Call Ernie Summarlln topp.r. Itchg No .....107.. Itpd 2/28 '
N.xt to lady Bug Florist detolll I.800-222.SMS. 1/10 Hn 74 DATSUN. 710 Runs good $950. Saylou Hwy. KITCHENimSi deposit pets.112 rooms. Utilities ",...I.hod. W..... SPECIAL '

I Plnehurst Grocery *BR WOOD FRAME HOMEi 4 loll by school Sroaker. .V649671 78 Itpd 228l ly. UNDERWOOD MOTEl. Hwy 301 N. 3Vt ml. N.of ...... ACRES-BEAUTIFUL ROLLING COUNTRY. ONLY
1/28 Auto transm., brakes
Will finance(10.000. .115-'0211. 2/21 2tchg power strlng. Stork. Itpd 2/28
964-4956 614 N. CHERRY STt Frame homo on SO.7S 'loot lot 4 good 7823110.tires! and runs goad. Color red. 8990, ..... DOUBUWIDI HOUSE TRAHIRi Portly fumlihd $........0001 NEAR COLUMBIA COUNTY LINE. BORDERS, ,

BR. carport utility shod and playhouie. 964-6369. Khg2/28 Half Moan Lake IlIot...Melrosa, '
Too many Items to list. II raining 2/21 Hn 71 NOVA HATCMBACKt 6 cyl. automatic. Needs on dep. ....6832. Itchg 2/28: (290 mo.. (290 OLUSTEE CREEK. ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY!
some work. 1600, bunhlwds d.....,
MOMISt Over 40 rustle model to chooie from." w/moKhlng
sale will ba mov.d to 1110 ColUy lOa 11.M MOBUB NOME 2 BR. tumlihed. Und.adMo..I.
75. Call alter %1.1133. 2/28
'p. Itpd
Road. Route Send lor One free Bon brochure 84CP, Moss. Tenn. 38S75 ($1f) 180 CHIVY LUV TRUCK 4.tp>*d. long wnaal base NICE ROOM. 3./..with Ml. N.private of Starka both.on..U..6035... 301.2/28 lchll28: tfn I 'LOVELY BRICK VILLA Convenient to everything. 2 BR, 1 '/ BA. large living ftI
298-3648. 2/28 Icon SI900 7813110. Itchg 2/18 MOBILE HOMI FOR RINTi Bedroom, I Bath On Immokalee I dining area. Spacious kitchen with stove & refrlg.
FOR SAll OR REM Home with reasonable term Coll 000 mil. Call Road Keystone Heights' Private drtv*. ( VERY BEST LOCATION: 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick. House B.autifulltCH&A. stove,
M4 w. MADISON IT t Throo familial., Clothes. blk.s.ping 9648949. 2/28: Itchg 3/07 96./087. Come" see It. bed price buys It. Itpd 2/28
pang robe DOM spring and mattress, and"much UNFURNISHED DUPLEX) 2 BR. 202 N. Orange St. (235mo 1964 CHIVY C-Mi 2.ton truck with I21 alum.ban. Dual MOWS(200 per HOMES mo. 473-2966.FOR RENT Itchg, One 2/28 mil: from Stark I refrlg., telling fans, I '/ ac. londsc. gr. Reduced-SS3OOOI. .

mar*. a III 4. Sot.. March 2. llpd 225SATURDAY : (190 dap. .64...... 2/18: Hn whli. V., 4spd. Ideal far produc $.250. limits.Clean. No children or pets Hwy. 16 W.Call.city ( BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT 1.6 ACRES: Country Club. Owner anxious to sell.
486161.2/25 3/07
ONlYi 9 3. Cloth.. dishes. bolo| mloc.I Itchg
I Items. BOt Wait Pratt St. Starka. Itchg 3/28 1981 DELTA Mi Royal 2 door %8787.. llcha 2/28 468-1323 10/7 tfn .4 BR, IVs BA Brick. Rd. 16 E. One half acre with fireplace.
SATURDAY MARCH tl*a.m.-2 p..... 634 N. Chary St.itpd BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Ins.UICK LESAIE' 2 door. PS P8 AC. TIII.lnll. CLEAN MOIILI COII..7530323 HOMIE far.nt.On Hwy. 16 W.Closeto .CRAHAMi 4 BR. 2 BA. On two acres. Call for details.
8400 Call oti.r 964. prison. 10/07 Hn
2/28 315pm 8149 Itpd 2/28: APARTMINTi Palm REAL ESTATE INVESTORS We have listed 7 excellent rentals I S duplexes and
MULTI-FAMILY YARD SAlli $..-Sun. March 243. 1971 CHIVY LONG SID PICK UPI Good condition. STUDIO Weekly monthly area :
Prom 9 a."m. to 4 p.m. Arrow from lawtay llementary 81.390. 964.8071. Itpd 2/18 Apartments 2314 N. Tempi A.21 tin 12 homes. All are rented and have positive( cash flow.
School on Old Mlddloburg Rood llpd 2/28 ladles 1979 FORD flllTA Extra clean Excellent condition. apt I 301 MOTEL: 16 furnished & living 376' Hwy 301. Own.
I OWN YOU OWNi Jans-sportswor. apparel Call mote Information call Lob Sonar Apts. _31.'. rooms roomy quarters.
One $1,300. 431 1132
MOVING SALIt Retired leaving' oraa targaraf owner alter 530 .
Sia p m.
.1 f,....'comb I ..... nova:dryar: 72 VW van; children, largo .1... combination western store...., weekdays all day weekends Itpd 228SIFORDM Equal Opportunity Housing 6/7 tfnchg I fin.
_...0..... Jardacho,. Chic Lee, Lav), Easy s. LOG SPUTTERi For rant,by day or hour. Call 964 6974. I
2 Falcon ('61 t 63)), 74 Pinto good cand t 2 utility liod Tomboy Calvin. Klein Sergio' Valente, Eiprlt .
"'.'01 bldgi (lOKlOT.. 6x8)) mltc. clocks: flbarglan Ivan Piton, III Clalbarna' Member" Only travel trailer. 84 900. 782 3191. '2/18 Itpd 3/07 MOBILI HOMI-KEVSTONf HIIOHTSt 2 BR,across from I BROWNLEE ROAD 36.43 ACRES Of prime property. Owner financing:
boot shoes Inml camping Cadillac 4-door
: clothing: : many
traitor. Bag Thurt Feb :28 thru Sunday Mar. 3. Organically Grown. HoalrhtoK, over 1,000 others.$1,900to$24,900 sedan for sale. 964.7184. Itpd 2/28 Lake Oeneva (193 per month. Furnished or untur.nlihed [ COUNTRY CLUB-10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to Country Club.
training llxlurei.grand .73-7_. Bill 9/27
2nd .tr." la 1 lafl W esl of UCI on Hwy 16. Itpd 2/28 Inventory 1980 FORD F-UOl IW8, V.8. PS PS. speed. AM/FM" tfn [ ONLY $31.000: Saratoga Hgts. 1331 Blanding St.
opening etc. Con open In 15 day M.lIoonan ((305)) 1 ROOM FURNISHED IFFICIENCYl In lawtay. Call
truck, 44 ODD miles Excellent condition. .
i I Fll. S I''Tb.'h: : :: Chevy, dreeier, hot waterhaotar 671Iopel 2/28: 2/18 Itchg 3/07 $/045.7/2.3640. 7123498. 11/22 HaHELP [ .4 MILES SOUTH ON 301: Fenced 10 acres 19900.

I lawn "mower*. dishes' mlK OH 301 North FORD ONE TON ir FLATSIDi Needs work. Good hayor | 204 W. ADKINS: Nice older home.

on Hammond Rood. Itpd 2/28 BOATS farm truck UOO firm 1971 VW square back: eta s WANTED (BRICK HOME RD. 230:: 3 BR,2 BA 100x300 lot. Fcd. bkyd. 52000.
.17 N.CHERRV ST.i Maternity, clothes and baby clothoi lion wagon Engine |lust rebuilt new clutch trans.,
i and lot mora (what.noli and plants). Itpd 2/28 ate Invested 12300, selling lor$WO, Ford F-S50, 3/. I'MH ON 7 BEAUTIFUL ACRES NW 105th Ave. Lawtey. 35000.
SATURDAY MARCH I, Turn right on Road 221 at 1981 16 FT. OHMNOIl ... h.p Johnson outboard tan Hotbed V.8. 4.speed, need new hood lady resume to P.O. Orow.,2IO. Stark part lime. FL 32091. 1/03 ( BESSENT ROAD-ONE ACRE LOTS: Own. fin. Additional acreage available.
Prison oa'.. locond houia on tall. 9 00 III 4 30. motor, trailer. trolling motor gal tank. and bearing rough, rum great Good work truck. Beak value, (BUILDING
LOTS Rd. Oaks !
tfn 5
Bessent I
((4)) ((1) Connerly Estates ((2)) Hampton
2/21 2/28 ....
Cancal II rain. Itpd 2/38 buddli (1600 964 8723 2Khg 11790. asking SV50 II' 9647001 anytime Itpd .
GOVERNMENT JOISt (19.000 bl..
MULTIFAMILY YARD SAlft Saturday March 2. 9 a m. 14 FT. ''''IO''T AND TRAILER, With 25 hp :Johnun 212. 1SO.000/y I Oaks ((2)).
All occupation Call ((805)) 617.6000 Ext. R 93O4 to
tit ?9 Camar of Soyloii Hwy. (CR.215)) and NW 40th motor and electric trolling motar Like nw(2.290. find out how 2/07 4tpd 2/28: (NICE CROSBY LAKE LOT: 100x385' Exc. loc.
Avo. Miscellaneous/ household goods and lurnltura, Call 964-6943 afar 6'M p.m. Itpd 2/28
I till.,. tracer, clothing tool. .'e. 964.8122IKho.228 PERSONAL SERVICES CRUISE SHIP JOSSII Croat Income potential All oc I 'S25.00C: 3 BR home on 2 Acres In country.
gordon .... I
For Information call '
J cupation ((312)) .2.1620.
LAND FOR SALE 362 2/14 4tpd 3117IICC.UINT EAST CALL STREET Business Location. 33000. Owner terms.

.I THUS FAMILY OARAOI SALE Sot. Mar. 2, Sun.miles 3rd. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRIDi, All makes cleaned all.ed INCOME for part-time homo assembly *222' FRONTAGE 3011 1 ml.S. of Slarke, next to Moseley' Tire Co. Exc. termsPriced -

I 84 p choir''m. Ilka' baby new cloth 1974!., ladles IBIS Honda.clothes.1440 u. 38-40:, and odusld| SI 5. Used sewing machines for work. For Into call ((504)) 641.8003, .... 9979. 2/14 I to sell,
high ; ONE ACHE LOT lacing Fanyth Road S3.000. (300 sole James Strickland comer Morgan Rd and Hwy. 4IEOW 3/28:
....n. clothing' : electric ._., custom' drop*!, all { OWNER FINANCING: 15 Ac. In Lowtey of SR 225.. Only $29,500.
? ,
radio down (75 per ma Call 964 9606 10/4 tin 16 Starke 9600 8733 1/03 tin APPLY IN PERSON Help wonted at Orlftli a Son
lies clock badtpraode, : .sheets....,.1 picture pillow and: mIMItam LOTS I ACREAGE 20 percent down balance In tinepearl CHAIN, INK FENCE Installed Free estimate" Handy. Fiberglass, U.S. 301 N. Itchg 2/28: |*10 AC. W/DOUBLEWIDE: Near Hampton. Only 35000.
: poet pants
by 964 6893 11/11 tin Man Fane Co. Owner Reddish V64 8959. TRAIL MOTEL I IISTAURAHTi Lawtey. Application
1 financing owner Tommy" NOBODY DOES
!. 301 S whit. brick house noMt to Archie Ton- : are proud to offer luxurious home across from
ACRE LOTSl PI....... Orava Settlement S3.500. (390 3/29 NnMACNINI are now being taken for waitress, cooks and
nor Funeral Homo. 1'h.960.671. Itpd 1/28 dn., S70 per mo. Call..S606. 1/03 Hn QUILTING Crib to King slia Also have housekeeper Apply In parson only. tchg 2/28 | Starke Golf & Country Club.

BIG SALE ONE ACRE lOn ON MEMO DAIRY ROAOl(3.900.(390 quilts lor ..1.. Assorted sins, and designs. Batty CHEMICAL OPERATOR! SCM "..Iallty.Chemicals, THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SEIZES THE MOMENT: "Pin.song". 37 bldg.
dn., (70 per ma Call 964.9606. 1/03 Hn Hildebrand, 910..122.2' rlnchg Oalneivllle location has a corer position for a I
I March 1 & 2 1.7 ACRES-BROOKIR ROADi (C.227)) S3.900. I39O dn.., WANT TO DRINK chemical operator. The Is plant work Involving the lots w/paved roads. Apprx. 600' from city limits. Except terms.

(70 per mo. Coil 964.5406 1/03 Hn/ THATS YOUR WINE$$ monulocturo of chemical product Prior experience (SECLUDED, CHARMING: Unique hideaway 6 yrs. old. 5 BR. 3'/s BA. CHSA.
J Krevle KidsConsignment 18 ACRES OFF FORSYTHI.... (1 999 par ac.II.900 WANTTOSTOPT ai chemical operator preferred' Prior' Industrial ax.perlence I Sep. office. In city. On 7 Ac. Reduced. 89900.
dn., S290 per mo. Call .....5606. 1/03 tin THATSOURSAlcoholics required. Position Involves. rotating shift
I Shop Vt ACES LOTS with central water, S3.700. '4 ACRE Anonymous9s44ISO964se949e4.f414 work. Wo offer on excellent salary and fringe (HAMPTON LAKE: Redwood & brick 3 BR, 2 BA. Fireplace, icrn'd porch.

i.. 2 MI. N. of Kayiion Hgtg. LOIS with central water and septic tank, (3 900. benefit pkg. Including dentol plan. If Interested (TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE: 16 Ac. Clear w/approx. 700' on Hwy 3015. Inc. 2
On 21 413.4512.2/21211hg 3/28: pdlhruS/18 please complete employment application at plant ( '
Hwy deep wells, 3 septic tanks 2 MH Butler Bldg. Stocked pond 8 creek
1 OVER THS WATERl A place where ihrlmp. crabs and WANT A CHAN HOUII FOR THE HOLIDAYS*Flat roe else at the Airport Industrial Park In Gainesville.Application .
All CLOTHING 20% OFF flih are plentiful. In season Beautllul vlaw. secludad. S20 835 Hove references, will travel.I Faya''', will bo accepted from 9.3, Mon.-Prl. thru I'FOR LEASE: Furnished 3 BR, 1 BA home In country with acreage. Pecan trees I

1 acre plus at Harriet Blult 1'A hours HI 496-2980. '2/"tin 1 ..EJ C "|March 8. Interview scheduled after application (ROOM TO ROAM,2S65lq.ft. hqm ojp /ejAcj.wi n-a-BR, BAi-$105OCO. ..i9ARE .
MOBILE Starke. "964.739, 3/21 Hn LADIES, LOOK YOUR 8SSTI learn prolesslonalBlemour .. screening Equal Opportunity Employer. Itchg 3/28
,-,po HOME'. '97641.6.4. vat ""torn. muaoUAMi 4O acre fat irenr or ( ..".;41*," techniques end skin avre* In the p.M.y.fM CIVIL SMVKS JON available, to*.g YOU\ .tG''t'!: 1JY EJ;.A. fnrjW ,usb /lapprox..9 Ac. on Hwy. 22920. III
.vtrFORSA1k ,
acre under cultivation' Lowt.,. Call 13390036Itpd your own homo FRE8. 8y appointment" only. Olana 1j for Info. M h... 2/2t13ope1 3/14.!L;.cite 99"'p1i6 1N%illl i ossom. mtg.. ,"'OT, Va ooe.sre.\: \: :e? r
225EXCEPTIONAL 9644696 2/07 4tchg 218CARPINTRV FURNITURE SALESPERSONi Man or lady who wants to 1 SWIMMING I
POOL: 4 BR, 2 BA. Morgan Road.
VALUEi Just reduced Will sell ai pkg WORK Parches repairs, remodeling make yearly for North Ft. Soles
SKyilNI MOBUI NOM CINTIR Hwy. 301' N. Stark. or !.po..... Reildentlol and commercial Income work deck.. mobile homo '.po''''. Call 964 6232. .xp. desired. But will train. Send resume to J.T. 115 ACRES Only 35000. 10 Ac. Imp. pasture. 5 Ac. Incl. lake w/flsh.
Coma ... Roy Coin formerly of lake Chevy-Oldi, producing property law dn. payment" Owner flnan 2/18 Itchg 307EOTOTILLINGi Kirkland Pyramid Mlg. 623 W Grand Ave, (INVEST NOW: Commercial-Oak Plaza on Hwy. 301 just South of City Limits.
or Troy Smith for the bargain Wo buy and mov.used clog' Contact Lou Young. REALTOR Associate' Gardens seed beds. etc. George Hoyt. Oadsden AL 36271 Ph.:209-442-1809' Pleoio Include 113
homai. 94.4414 or 964.4778. 4/26 tin 964-7925 or ERA TlHln Owenl Inc. REALTOR. P.O. Box 116, Brooker, FL 32612 Phone 485.1861 photo will ba returned 2/28: 4lpd 3/21 lots avail.
MOBILS HOMI POI SALE Keystone Height. 2 8R .....S06S. Itpd 2/28: alter 4 30 p m. 2/07 4tpd 2/28 TRUCK DRIVRRSi No experience necessary (GOOD FINANCING: 15 acres Hampton. I
across from' Lok. Genera; S89 00 per month. 9100 .000-40. Information call
PERSONAL TOUCH Need your homo or oHIc clean (39 000 a year possible For * *
down. Must remain on lot for live y..... .73-7_. .d? Will do It for you while you do more Important 3I4.423-99I1.: open evening Itpd 3/28:
8111 9/27 tin WANTED things.' Keystone HO..., Malrose, Stake areas. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for Hardware Mon. PUT US TO WORK EVENINGS
IIYSTONNEIGNTS, 2 bedroom unit SI'SO mo.. far. 4733867 let ring' .. 2/14..chIl3/07 Acme Hardware, 964 6163. Itchg 3/28 tAVERN OUTLAW 964-5478 BILL DODD 964-7409
nlihed Purchase option Sill 4737560K8VSTONR IAROS SACXHOI. 8 yd. dump truck haul III!dirt. will I
HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit $50 down AXLES t TIES Two ales and four II,... Highest price do private' or subcontract. Call D.K., 485.1879.Attar JOHN GREENE 533-2121 IRVING CLARK. JR. 964-71M
Payment of 859 or S99 month 'In park coil paid. Oreen Welding Shop. 301 South. Storke, FL 5 30 489-1461. 3/21 .tchIl3/'. 1 TOMMY CHASTAIN '64..'" MAXINE BOOTH 4.51647JNOVIS

473.7S60. 12/27-3/71 ....5007. 11/00 Hnchg BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and toddlers up to WARD 94-7454 DAVID POPGI 94-5
1981 FL8ITWOOO 14.70" 3 8R. 2 BA on I oc,.. 12.24 THREE ANTMJOE ClOCKSi Far my own use. No Floe years ol age Receive NCllnt cara Call
+ wood storage build.. garden loot well I septic dealer, plea**. Call 1.097.3200 or 497.:9909. 1/24 964.4669 or 964.7111 alter 6 p.m. Itpd 2/2B EconoCutLawn
Ready to move 'In S29.9OO. Call ....-. ... ,Itpd 2/21 Stchg 3/07 Will BABYSIT IN MY NOME Monday thru Friday, any
'12.M MOBILI NOME 2 BR. I BA. Carpet. ..C/h_, YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES BEGINNER TENNIS PAST ag*. Call oltr/ 6pm. .....11263. 'Itpd 2/18 Services fqQ ann. .
good condition SS 900 firm." 964 7470 Itpd 2/28 Nut (Female preferred). Games to be played In GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors, windows, etc cpca.
t5- GREAT SUV I Two bedroom. II* bath Mobil. Home. Starka or Keyitone Call 4962222. h. 217 Aik for JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY <*4 6078. Orders also 782-3408 Lawt.ySpecializing CARLSON "
Excellent condition on beautiful 1.S acre wooded lot Jan. 2/07 4Khg 2/28 Lake ...1.,. and .
4 taken In 496-3079 KeystoneHeights '.
on Immokalee Road Keystone Height' SI 9.000. WANTED TO BUY THIS PEAKS CANI SYRUPt At 473-4973 2/26 tin In: Home Satellite Systems, Inc.
Owner financed.Will negotiate payment 473-2566 wholesale p..... And by the co... Phone 782.3669. Mowing Hwy, IOOW.KeytoneHeighls

INhg 2/28 2/21 Itpd 2/28: .Flower Beds Ir ((904) 473-2666
BUY.SEll TRADE Gold liver I diamond.Will beat
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY anyone'I price on ewelry.[ Call 964-4238 ANYTIME. NOTICE General LawnMaintenance Freedom of Choice

2/21 Hn .. --- -
RENT/LEASE LIVE IN COMPANION, Prefer referencel Cook meoli.houiecleanlng .
and can drive Own bedroom. Write CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGshould Exc. Local References

Route I Bon 1149, Lawt.,. FL 32098 Itchg 2/38 ba submitted" to she
COMMIRCIAL BINLDINOS FOR RIMTl US 301 South WANT TO BUYt Your old furniture.toots.dishes,quilt Bradford County TalegraphoHIce L PUBLIC AUCTION
near Steak Houie. Completion dale peeled Feb. or anything of Interest. Call Undo at the Country In writing and- paid In
189 Call 964-1944 day. 12/20 HnCOMMIRCIAl Peddler. Lak City. 792.9416 or 799-9284.: .No |unkplease. advance unless: I; credit Is -
OR PROHSSIONAl OFFICI FOR RINIl 2/28: :Itpd 301REAL already established with this
I US 301 South Coll 964.8076. UIONn off k.. Saturday March 9 1985
301. 6 Ml.' S. of Slorka.Could ba used for many pure 81 MID RESPONSIB11
po.... ((813)) 689.8011. 2/07.opeI 2/28 OUT OF AREA FOR MISTAKES IN 80 Acres

LOSTFOUNDFOUNDt MOUNTAIN/LAKE HOMES/lOTSt N.C. and GA. FOE TELEPHONE.Clossllled ((25 Waterfront) 1 .... Acres
deadline Is TUESDAY
FREE LISTINGS contact Carolina Country leal I EitataP
Trl-colored male walker hound w/tatoa In .O. Bon 686, Hayolvlllo. N.C. 28904 700/J89.1335. NOON prior' to Thur Zoned for Trailers Homes
day publication.
..,. ...Sill oftar 5. 2/212tdp 2/21 2/28 lean Minimum'' charge Is IS words
-- --' Owner Will Finance
bar S2.75. then 10 cents lor '
-- each word throltr. 1-2 C 3 Bedroom Apts.
10% Down Balance 13% 10 Years

Lawtey Pawn & Satellite Systems .. CALL TODAY ON FCAN FOR INFORMATION (Florida From '150" to *29T" Free Eat Chicken on Ronnie Free

Don't Buy Until You Check With Us- Clasillled, Ad Network). For Sale Slte-4 Miles W. on US 301 on
SU9(29.words! ). your ad will
We Can Save You $ $$ $ '''''' : go Into 56 Florid .State Road ..1 BOne
.' nowspapars (dalllas and .

782-3702 i' weeklies 1.000,.000)readers.for a circulation Make that 12 I 3 Bedrooms Available Now Lot Given Away -

... Roar worn lor you. ', ABSOLUTELY FREEII I

Wont Ads Get Results \ You Do Not Have To Buy Anything I

FOR INF02i786:8989

FOR STARKEFLA.SALE OR RENT i-r: :: 1530 W. MadisonEuurRLUNSIM : '

Sunspots Spectacular
Four 1200 sq. ft bldgs. $200" per '

$579.001 I month. Ideal for contractors, auto ,,fM'' .984-6312 7rMcDougall's _

repairs, light mfg., storage, 'lumberyard Office Hours: 9' 5

Round trip fare to Hawaii Includes machine thop. orroiTMin. ..., ."' '. Auction Co. InceB

7 nights accomodations FOR INFO CALLi ; '- ';,'.

use of Rent-A-Car for 20 hrs., MCDOUCALLAUCTION ., : '

much more. Estate "
CO., INC. Roberts .Real

1-904-736-8989 986 N. Temple'A -'tI i::) It;Starke, FL --4: l

J- Carpet "' : 95
CHAMPION 964.6262, r'_ Room( $ Scotchgard


I ', I 'Travel Agency ;'r' BUC' UCT 1 tl i ; .1 COMMERCIAL Auto'salvage' '-I"yard with 10 Cleaning & Hall) ." Available ,

Mon.-Fri.9 a.m. til S p.m. acres and a CB r residence' Located on US
i! :S.I U': f.flQIUqA.. (Deep Soil Extraction, U Also Available)
I Saturday 9 a.m. till p.m. _. .. will leave qll 'Inventory a
301. Owners !
83. N.Tempi Awe. 9U-AAU, :[DeparTjent/ ([ orTransporlallon I wrecker, and some equipment;: for the Whole House Special (Lilt., Din., Hall' 3 Br.,5995Carpet ) ;

i. FLORIDA buyer; Call for details. 5995
(OKI) .
FARM 40. acre ) 15 acres of ,, .

j Plumbing. Supplies TATIMAINTCNANCB.RAIUIOADCT.' ,, pecan trees; formflVth'' '..,- fenced & Furniture Cleaned (sofa chair) ..T.V: : .4495

11 AM: Saturday March 2. 1W5- 'cross-fenced. 2 barn>..hbroe with fireplace.! <'
From "Not Delighted Don't Pay
AUTOS. PICK UP TRUCKS. Excellent working farm. ,

Durrance DUMPTRUCKS. FARM TRACTORS.LOADER'S. WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom, 'J 1 'Bath homeon Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas

MOWERS Crosby Lake Inr f.*'Seawall: & dock.)!' '
; : Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. J
fi goodicOl'ldltlo}
Pump & \ 'House Is In very : Good access

HOW TO PAYy to the.lake. Prlced.ti*,yjl-' ;, (Licensed & Insured) (Residential & Commercial

$300.TO Cash Deposit, it Sale Time J Supply Co. '- WILSON ROAD, -13 beaYcfco/r.1 2 ath. CB PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED '
Balance' Monday March.. 1 p.m.or)yoi/forfaU
your deposit.' house 1 acre. Central heat &air: carpet,, ,

1 U.S.. 301 N.-t141 N. Tempi 964-7061 "DEALERS": Bring < cirrent binH letter' ref chain link on fenced yard. Owners anxious. We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall ta wall carpet, furniture cleanIng -. t

r Stark. Florida. credit addressed to McOougall'f Auction CO. FOR ALL X9UI{ and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial! contracts. '

guaranteeing. the amount of ,yom !' check I CALLoUS INCLUDlflG JEALESTATE! } Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge-;.: Free Advice;.
t f Good Boy letters will not be accepted. NEEDS "

George W. Roberts,Jr. Broker Call 964-4997 Call'
W. Drill Walls > .I
t: 2" to 4" Slate Licensed ,_ __Terry A..Calnei. CSM.Salesman If No_ Answer Call (904) 733.1308 Satisfaction Guaranteed





February ZS, IMS Page II

P Union Ads .1
PAC .. ...... County
1AT. luy. and N.da. Itoeet .It ape AND MRP Will PUMP. pvc:pipe. *and fittinge. -
..1houMheId ..._, ............*. aleiiwara.. Water lottenora. Aryan Ac. _....
KENTUAlTV.ISMtO NonCE IINKI rewerty. teal.AND. Wi......7I />> Kemlone Nan., 4734004M: If nch*
COOK* H price paper- HAMMOND -
OROAN With ruction,
; rhythm plus Orson
kocfct/trede i FOR RENT SERVICES
1r IW netnlnpa M. kehlndManlier. muilc.tm. Call 479-2210 PERSONAL
""ITONIIIII IIn CIA__ADVMnMO thouM .6.MiemlHed to the _.-..,. tOol ""',,ItCh.. -lor waakdayl... rtn er 473-4441
Uka Mglon MonllMr office wrlMng. and ... wAN gy"n'Ito.
S ClOT '
:l'/k mllee eaet olMalrata.
Pectuga ;
vanco unlee.credit to TVnwMTUt
_Available already eMobll.h.d ..... AND AMMHO MACHWm
,...I M.lefce ISMS*..UrrfumMwd.Ma 400 s.MONITOI. with YARD SALE -.. plenn, > for 'l. .9 limit.1 1/30 Union County TlntOT, ISO Main Street Ufco POIIIINTI Suitor. o."watts.woo_.now n I..Ion". carsic
poi-.... pete. STAFF CANNOT. MilD tlnchll Phone _.2MI tar Information UN tankt. drain held and lift _...... Meklle
I ... t .. MSFONSIMI ten M HP MltCURT l.cellenf. ( canoltlon.. (1.290, ..... -mllabo. All work ........ all
M Qatar kana .. CooM,.... 1u..1....... tO MISTAKII IN OASSIFKM WHEN AD a TAKEN MIDAY. SAT., SUM. Take 100 eat, turn right en Call 473-7717. Itpo 1/J C.O..OU'fOPI TOWN Sat up to 10 mo. 13.000 -
--_ -...e..$400 ovn rill TILIINONI Jaunlna M. muss PIMM QUAUtV _. Tammy 0.27..2111.. UFN 9/1
wcwMy d.p.lhCarr Walk exarclMr, each and chair, 2 a yearl IV '-dry.'erk.
aUCTRIC commercial
PmCI tMOl At K.TMMone1 OmllM. ,IIM to eeWnete tar ... 02.NNDJLY MOM 3>1S ft., lor .awlnaM, Recreation, MTTUte TRU SRRVICI) Tree removal and _.....
$700_nrhhrk rUMtlooy MW ,*.,to Thure.Minimum Ors m. Meme.tic $*>>. Will Car Pooh, MMNOtV AT'
i200 wcurHy<.....t. ., ....-. AND ATUMMV.March\t, SP.-JI e C*114.tellew 47S-330: .. .coMlder. emell eotbawd In Nods. MO_. .eeMMMb4a. V 121 Uka ....... Alto firewood.oak and 9ln.for..I.. ,CoN ThamatNerriet
***' LHJJ.-, ................. NI,...,...$375p charge..l *lor 2.75. man loansPERSONAL Man*. Jewelry, eoby and chlMren's" e.......... MAW OUT 2/M-1/I4.. .. __. ....12/13 44-321. alto 1222TAKiroUNOtOrPWITMCKMWUORAPtreUITIX. .
*. for oach word ............. ettier ........ name.. '.....l/a. MITM cutting bond, INd3shoo.von. M ACM lAND 24 acret cullhroted, tS soon
N. pt'""*"** .*wric|' """.". I, wok. or PejDAV 10 e.m.p m. Jeeml I >>'.... thaoV Una.eeutlfut RAND cutting capability, 3/4 h p. 110V motor. UKI 11m""' ,. Runt._.the CHuttee Creek adolnlng| TRA Andrew STONOTM CAPSUUS AND I-VAP TAetlTt
NCW. Camp050: only 400. lee MK.y.ton. Drug 25S W.
-*. framed Thai t.mpl. ruWtI..... I tracktaree. Columbia County Very reatenable. Hoc Courtan 40/07/Is1Voro
SERVICES Auto Ie. Commercial Circle. OOTrr AND
1II'fIT0NI1ll1Ottn double bed _22'*. uln
MAITV. al Md.la. Ifchg 3/M Itpd I/*
MN.r,6t.1551NMN01110I AWAY AND SATUUOAT.t........,.m. 3 mile. ,wont Keyo ftelghri. 004-473 002. _"rI., *-*. COUNTRY UVINO 2 *r, I *h. Moblla Home unhir.nlthed. Cat 4943245,1-4.52/21.7/Id
4/11 tfndif of K.,star Height., turn Mt off 100 In Key.tonepah U Itch.2/ Yard and room lor garden, Adults only"
CAWINTII WOMi lt Multi CO1ORIO (TSi *x0multibrawn
Remodeling work kltchon *. Witch lor Mgn Itpd VhS slip coring ,,>5 mth. Phone 492600. I-chg 2/7)) FOR SALENOOSE
_1'm."Y. .N.oaenabl.prkon.. Call47340I sold.eroloedrug.. .... bon to ancellentcondition. .
M. I M -MM. l k. ra.cmog.. CM.Ml : IN UkRI suTtON Security depotlt _Ired. Call
*afMr 2/2
(:10 4737777.
: llcng
H/A. MM furniture. .m. lttnchg 755-_. IKhg 2/21
new_1- r.muj.1.e CAIftT AND VWVll lapalra and kiitallatlon. Free CARS. TRUCKS lowly OROAN wilt In Lotto, t375;Vemaha guitar, log SAll m LASS
NOMI tuntR
Ceuele & N. ON TWO ACRIS 4 bedroom, 1 both withpool Hauta Moran
pm. $joo math. SIM m
eer "11_. Tan .. _. new condition, MO, .n.7W9. 2/2 ..
40 J.i ".... ,. yam Call 473-4317 and a Itctig I. 1500 month. Pint and lost month lot. SM.OOO down t
J/fTs/i < '" '"". *._. 3pd I IOrnci BOATS per rent negotlblo.
oils 27 ...
Craig.7 rlnchfl HARD(.nllpm"1 trailer. In ............ Phone ....21.1. Itch,.3/M Owner will finance M 10 percent 1"_. Call
(M tlTAH. NAP to _t. Oeod .location. NANDVMANt All kinds at homo repair*. moblUhomarepair. teal deck SVt ft.stool romps.houeetrallertonguo.new TWO MDROOM ONI ATM homo at 130 S.W. 5mAvanua 755-44*. 2-pd 2142119MCNVROinSW.
.. and tin-up awn. No _II. Minorplumbing wheel. bearing, (1.15. lee at KayMone Auto .
lob loo
ISO lewrence Hvd. sour Iran login. Inquire ..... 1971 MAVUHCK 4W.: 473-72 4lad J/M/J .....Ie.. Commercial, Circle, K.,._ In Lake autler. Multi preferred, no pottpleote. PICKUP. Power Mooring and
repair Cleaning eeivlce. light "". Helghtf brokon.m/ho _
I _
Mane Orle ttereo.4 "
tel. 140 .
IN f lint and
> lost
473-TOI. > CMSV. month month' tpeed
Tue CM.
rl. end 1t.1 MIof Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening.l7 rlnchg. Regular go.310 engine 1 crul... .1,. eM.47J.40M. Man.-Prl.. ..*. Ikhg 2/. per standard ......1_
..... condition 3300.
tfncHQ 214M. run OIHKAl auta Iran..twin tank,POr/lock_Ie.rust prool d. rent In advonco.plus 'Ity"-It. Itvlerancetpreferred. See at lot S,
.1 lAKmOMT NOMI On lake 0.'C. ... UtVKI Mowing -klnll.'lght 3.000 mile GeM lisle .. .. Phone 494-307 44-275. UFN 3/2 Pow 11'.Taller Pad, 1-pd 2/21
Moot condition, $._. Avollabla by APPllANCRSt Matpelnt... ... '.(121;2ueed or
.....[" ? located.. U&.lie'-.(MO par_.... PUnMTUM hauling Mlllng.AND ANTIOUI Call 472.7607N.ivlliil I 473-340 hlng, Hand. /I'=: March I*. .,1oG7.1fIeo and _....... ttchgPOIDIV731TD _.he.. Ol 5 tours your choice. $I2S sock MOUtl POI UNT In ....k. ('11... Security depositrequired. XI 1/11 PUtlirS teglnnlng to.....call. 44-221*.l-cha
Cal .7*77n. ..hI2/21 2/. 473-7707. IKhg 121HOUSES Call 755-_.
t M. I 1A MOMI all Hnliha. Coll AK 473-2521 rlnchg 1/24 ... IN WORTrMNOTON SRINOS 2 F5AM1'HOuu6. 2
HOMI FumUhed.r ufifumMied.I 4 ..._....In., tire .
.. DtMNDAOU MAN with 2 ton truck, will do. any typohauling new 1590 orotter. WELLS, I lOTS TOTAL 225 ft. 160 ft.
Choke .
only Iecos.d I" 479-36 property
Kgato *nor Mini I.. .. chain Mw work, dally' trip la or.750 Itchg /. FOR SALE INSURANCE __
county $12,000. Call .
.n.761t.: 1"II2t -,.. ... ..lImat... I-4II-4M5. rlnchg 2/14 INI Polo 1M PICKUP. PI.......*. lap low mlleege, lAlDWIN PIANO 2-ch.2111 .
M, I M HOMIi CM S A. Fenced ...... Poe AU YOUI AiniATION WMDI Cell Joyca aura, PS, PC, auto tren., air and more. ..._. .V $1,000. Phono after practically S 494-2361.new. In. good tuna.1/2
Ads| M 479-330. 4tod 3/3C-3/14 OWNIR 3 M. 2 (A. I.HO ft. Many .otro. ( p.m. Itcnrg
llemeMery Icheol. MOO .7 -7122. ....... __. rla. and _". cloths. MAINISINSURANCI AOINCVl Ito,.lak Avenue,
TOM S ACt Good...oHka mo. 473-7707. IMhg 3/3 making. ......_.. 3Khg 2/14-2/2 14 PT. tMIACuOA P.O. .bow Mml trI hull. 39 hp. 3/4 eiMimable mortgaga, (...iOO. .7 -_. 4tpd lake Sub.,, 494-37. Complete Inlurance Ser-
or $'Mmo. 2/II-3/I4
iterate spoon Johnson,recent tune-up new ban, Oalv.tilt trallar, HELP WANTED
ttWWrt vke. TFN.
477707.: lamova dirt mild. .
Itcho.220LAND paling 1OO HOMIt Over 40 rusts modell ........
from homai, ", new bearing with .tro.qulp. 1,lft top Keyitene to from.
point Iv ,, II.
Hick 473-2452. Call Auto .........Commarclal Cud. K.,._Halghtl. Sand lor tree brochure. HONE IT AM lOO HOMES
$15.000SO.OOOyr. _.1101.
Route ana. (an I4CP Maw, Tenn HOMES FOR SALE
CA.'NT'Y 9IM..73Mo" ", *-* Itchg 3/2 3BS7S. ((411)) All .
FOR SALE Addltlonl, brick block. 251-_. ItfCAN occupation. Haw to Find. Call _617._
Noon. Mlo work 473-4473. Ixl. 14999.WANTID .
4tcng 2/21-3/14 MOUNT .
LAKI IOT Mil........lake.. SI3.MO.Owner will/Httonca. MIlD MIDKAM MUMANCIf Cell Chuck tettorwhlta. MOBILE HOMES Pots LISTINGS CONTACT Carolina Country Real M WOOD PRAMS MOUtli 4 ton by ached In IXPfRIINCID WOMAN TO CUAN MY
_. 1164 par .. .n.oI>*7. ......... 12/4 KayMona Hoyer.HI. N.C. 2M04. ((704)) w..... phone 494-34 aftar S for
HakjhM. ,
473-7272 T/H 3*" p m.
Hn O3S. ItfCAN par.
t AMI OM ol Oo.lln. M. .,.-. Height,. Nko MID HOtPITAl INllMANCIf Call I AMI 4 Inch well optic,3 M. t*A, doublewide.Cethedral titular.INSTALURS..
area. le.OOO.. 473-2310 day or 47S-MSI evening, 505. rarm lnouren.eM. Chuck. god lattorwhlto.._ ailing, calling tons, It,..._. I0.nocreened HELP WANTED Need 9 people to In.toll onergy '
% ACM Cantor: fenced lot. eeotk tank and light MalghM. 473-7272: 7/1'tin IC., porch I K Y'". old.! *lp Troa lotion, Soauola PETS management_''pm..I. $"on hour or paid per

polo.2/29 MaHmoon lok.. ".CIIIO.Call. 47131131. IMP MOMUIONAL. LAWN MRVICIi Complaia 1 lawn con Id. K.,._Nelght' $33,000.4737923. 4tpd PRIDI OP HORIDA It now accepting application. In.tallatlon It?3/2 (low voltage) 404/952-5691 oho 100.

and _In_. Cammorclol.. __1101. Proaattlmatai. 3/7-3/2 t VIA SHItlANO PONY Will have foal In tummer.RrMle. the potlHonof 1 Construction Supervltor (..,loIlm.). IXPANDINO .
475-217 avanlna*. t/02 Mn 1 load rope, toddle with blanket, (233 tokal The qualified Individual will be familiar with plumbIng looking for oggroitlvo portent(full orparttime
ell Mon. .. and __ ) to become part off on expanding
-Pri 1. 4 473-40S2, evening and Sat. olectrkty maintenance and Ion
HELP WANTED .*..1227.IIchIl2/21 (carpentry, malOo,,. ....). Per further Information.contact marks In anargy mon......_equipment Mlet.Training .
_lIobl.. /952.5691 ... 200. It?
TI' :
A .Jim Quallna 431-1212, .. 324. Itchg 2/2
Subscribe I IChimney AiSlt/HAM STYLIST 473-4007. Auk for fd. 4ttha
4000 SQ. FT. LAK.fIRONYCON1'IM 3/21-3/14 Want Ads Get Results WANTEDWANT YARD SALE

O.A. NOME : TO MIVl Your old fumnura, tools,disl..on.qulllt YARD SAll IN WORTHINOTON an Highway
*y OreV.el...Pedtrel eMr pity Cam t...>amd CrtdKert.MeMrA or anything' of I""''''. Call Undo at the Country t-trooker Road I mil.from....port aNke. Air
I FiresAr. & Steve Broadway r'' Peddler, lake City 7'1.,." or 755-52(4. No |look ......p........ air condltlonort. anal work tabla
9th, i lOO .... Shop Compare!!! pl_... 2/2 2lpd 3/07 wi.... and grinder, bkyclet. mla..Ilaaara11an.
Located) on beautiful Whrto Sands lake, Among the Top 10 Sptfi.il Insurance (or TREE SERVICE .. Thu......., Friday and Saturday, lib 21.
March 12. Itpd.
Kaytron Florida
Homo-FIro Hazards Mobile Homo Parks Subscribe'lolee I AV ITIMS.
F.ataro.t 4 BR, 4 both.fireptote longs IMng room conversation A Dirty ChimnayAlso "All of homeowners Removal yard solo Saturday. March 2, tram a.m. until.
t -
pit. formal dtnina room,breokfait room, walk-In" pantry I type South ol lake outlet clop la Worthington Spring
sewing room,laundry room, elegant 2-ttory foyer, 4 cor Causa policies for Trimming Buffer' : on SR-I*. Follow Blgnt. Cancel In co.. of rain.

oaraae. Intercom rytfem Miroughout security sytfern beauti Hoat LossSmok.Filled mobile homis.r Stump Hemovii II Call Vicki 496-2261 Itthrg.

lid kmchcaoed yard playground & much, much morel Room. : Firewood
Call for Quote
r *
Keyifon rWghts go North Highway I ESTATE
31 opproKlmo/6ly 3 mlkrt, him Cast on C-332 follow road Prot.ct your home Olin's Mobile Free list imat. :L WILL TRAVEL

for Auction Sign on..Ink PrevIew Feb.24.1J- And Family I 473.4732 LOOKIHO POR A SP1CIAL PIICI OP PROPIRTVf If I
5 and Mar 2. 10.6.IGI With' II I Home Sales For Your Conv.nl.nce don't hova H. !'lIflod II.Just a.k. JANE $. USHER.
After I REALTOR. 496-2126 or .*..290:1. ..... "Y_
It For picture orocnumt contacts Safe 5 P.M. aOII Chang Union "
? Chimney County "/0< tfn
JJ :'\ CAMPBELL'S H l Elaine M. Olin Agent Keystone aCar Washed&Wo..d MOUNTAIN/IAKI MOMIS/LOTS North Carolina
Heights and Georgia- for FREE ll.tlng. contact- Carolina
\ AV.cTION Call: '".8278 i 964.5606 Licensed & Call J.f 1473-3468: Country Real Ettata. P.O. tax 44 Haynvllla.
) SERYIGESubscrbe
Blank.nshlp Chlmn.y Sw..p Insured N.C. 2 *04. 704M9315 Itchrg 3/2 PCAN
73.702' .,
..1D M1t t1G, .at-- -.... FL:32131 9/13tcho9/2O i I -
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Today I Starke AdsMISCELLANEOUS SIMCO SAODU POI SIDINGS....111 condition.Mutt
Subscribe I ''''IWO G, Call 944.11268. otk for Matt. 11/29 tin
BRADFORD COUNTY Hand! House Portable NIWSrAPH PlATItt Aluminum.Meaiuret 2..25 tell. $150. 964-6105 .before I p.m.. ask far Mental.IKhg .

TELEGRAPH centt each. Croat for patching and _I... 220RAILEOAO
CROSSniSi Good for 1 land ,
Buildings leaping gala
IfORAPH.. 135 W. Coil St. 944-43O5.
964-6305 lOlLS OP MAYtOrder your hay for the wl".dc pom. 9'on64JW 2/202kls.10 each, ((150
10 % DiscountWith leave It under ..bam until.needed. Roll' ol Alicia SIID CANii Old ,............ green cone, 4-5 ft. Inlength.
ClOTHIUml CONtrONMINT SHOPs 125 at barn. Hay 7 mil. North of Stork on Rd. ....
Bring your sod 271 Allan Road, I....., PL. Ph. .6ICW.
nrtol 14. Delivery available at entra .ho.... 72 :3727 or
Janet M. this Ad daOrtors tonne reds.n okll. ou.-rd.. 2/2 3tpd 3/14
ball .11. .... .. % .6167.11115 tin
.Iov. .0101" alculoton. S-rllCI LIVINO ROOMUINTUSE, Call 944-4669 otter
CURLES CYCLES 964-6020 964.7700 totI..r.. .ny"'lnll of t.1... W. .ro.110 an MINDUIMON,.,, PIANOS ..II.nl condition. Oflka 4 ,.m.1 OUEEN SIZI *EO with white __rd.
hou call 9646433. Homo 72-3522. 1/10 tfnTIAIIIRS.
StarlingR.altor titled powrIltrok.. CoIl..5UO.ook '0,1.,1.221tin $125. Call 964-7111 attar 4pm. Itchg 2/.
TRAIURI TIAIllMt 5'.Y utility trailer,
393 N. Temple Ave. IA1IO NAY Coaital) lermuda and eahla by the hun.
,. 450: 14' door. trailer. SI 700, 16' utility trailer,
PRII CATt OoU9h.ollorllle.Need good home love dred. COII..7070. Itpd 3/2
Vernle P. Odom S970, 14' lawn trailer, SI,125 Iff lawn axle
Keystone Aroa-N.w cedar home hug, payed I.mel.11g.cat. Ho had all hot*. Call96oI.156f ,; tingle Owl ACM MOIW.I HOMIl Septic 1 well $14,500: S
trailer, S87: 14' car houle SI.ISO: 6 h. ,
Brok.r GRI rompo.'ICIO.
iconic vl.w of fishing 10..... F/P. day. 044-1174 stoning Itpd 2/3 .0""'t Mobil.Mama Center, Rd. 100W. Stork.. acm mobile home, leptlc and wall $17,500. Call
VERY NICE: 3 BR. 2 BA. 2 Ac. Hwy. I WANTIDi A OOOO HOMI far young gray and while %..'-. 1/10 tin 9644517.1/41 2tpd 3/O7
Own./Build. In 70. I mama cat and her live 3-weak old hi"."..*44-747 COIO TV. $" and up. Next to tarka Truck Stop
US. $49,000.IN excellent Value-Quiet Trailer 8i Ac. (mIl) for sola. l..hlll/21 KAWASAKI HT SKIi l3 model like 0_. Orlg south of Starke. _-1211. 11/24 rfn
country livingin $2500.: Asking 100. Call 944-4995 attar 5
LAWTEYOn. blk. from school. 3 brick Owner financing avail. 1/2451.. anytime SNAPPIR MOWiRS, TUURS TRACTORSi No Money
home w/expane of 47 ac. p.m. Down Starke Power Equipment, 43* S. Walnut SStork. /
BR, 1 BA horn. Shaded lot. 28500. I surrounding you. Only 4 ml. from .3 BR. 1 BA Horn in Saratoga Hgts. 391-For Sale or R.nt to Own-MH It lot In a.IlIUM COOieiti cellent condition 1000. .. ....-_. 1/31 Stchg 2/. ?

....87 ACRES: Wall icptlc tank 17x35 Storke. Unbelievable price! Corn.r lot.'Building Waldo. LOutil.? low dn. $19.500. 17 Cath.PROWIIR FIRM. Call TRAVIL 471-3943: TRAIURi otter 6 fully,.m.t.1/24.lcontalnedwith tfn Ills LIPITIM MOTOR HOMit 24 ft. good condition.

Talman pool fancexl/crosc-fancad. 2 Bldg. Lots-Restricted off SRI 6 1,000 sq. ft. Adapt, to your 3882.89 Ac. wooded n.or town low "_0"'. Call 944-7041 or 944-717*. 2/21 tfn Some p m. Anytime work needed.en wok$4500...... 2/2'Call tI"944-4754 after 6

V1.000. toward Ralrord. for ." u.og..____ '. Waltlna efftce
4t8 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12,500.: \ home I -- your(: ." new.. Building with lot of spoc.3 different "385.)' Ac.. 4BR. 2 BA brick horte born Canon cooler;aflka-copier Conen, "home 399. Ions or la awn CCT far' at pm9r little one while. Excellent. ....... $50 each.

NEWLY AVAILABLE: I'/-2% Ac. 11.9 Acres-Ptly. wooded 8 cleared fora.. Owner will hold mortgage quipped plus hay barn pool. Keystone at $45 per month. OfFICI SHOP, MO W. Call .... CUUIOAN 5367957.2/21 WATIR 2lchg SOfTNIRi 2/2 And Carrier 4-ton air

: tracts. Owner terms. to qualified buy.r. area. Priced $139.000.G Starke. 964-5764, 2/21 tin conditioner for solo for 'Information, call *...".. .
i w/well built from. home In ..C. POR SAll OR TOADS IN STARKI Two-ttary building .
.2'-10 Ac.: $2.000 ac. 1 LAND WITH TERMS: at Coil A 5..., block from 3/21 2tchg 2/
1 I par condo 301 of on cornar Thompson one .
N. Stark. Prlc.d ,
right.possible .111 INOINIi $'7' 4-tpeed with thlfter, $150: and
.5 Ac.: FVd frntg. $12.500. terms.lots Vt-5 Ac. tract $35 N.Temple Ave.Slark.F131091 City Hall. Clyde" W. IImp_. :J56....,. 2/21 tin Various tlto, aluminum window but offer. Call
.20 Cov'd I Good woods.Grahom new tome barely 762.145*. Itchg 2/2
Ac. In 181 Ac.
: pin. hunting .
of Space-Brick home w/1 ac., u..... Attar 9 30 a m. Saturday and Sunday. 1610 W. "PltOltAIOI/latll", modern, works._.Delivery
.50 Ac. $50.000. Madison St.. P4. Itcha 2/.
: 5/2. Brooker area :30 min. from araa. STROUTREALTY can be arranged. Pint $75 tabs It. 9647002anytlma.
.14 Ac.: $1,750 p.r ac. | Gplnesvllle A Stark. 198 Ac. Front SR 18, Worthington : Itpd 2JOHNSON'S /.

.3 BR. 1 BA: Country, 25500. Spg., Union Co. .. ,..
ERA Tiffin & Own Inc.
SERVICE STATION $40.000 REALTORSUlonn.lChch.IE..LTOR. 238 Wothlngton Spring, Union Co.
'''.'931 473-3094 Corner Pratt & Myrtl. Streets

((904)) 762-3931 Atsoclate Starka. FL '".,C163

P.O. Drawer 44-730 Eves. HOURS: Sat -Wed. 4:30: p.m. tit Midnight

301 S. Lawfay 'U.5065 Office I Thurs. .- Fri. 7:00: a.m. Ill' Midnight

Mobile Home Poles Call for Some Doy Service

100 AMP $145 200 AMP $230 -- -.

w HELP WANTED Call Aft.r 7 p.m. 473-7852

ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.
Experienced Chevrolet Line H ; ,

.. Realtor
Mechanic ", ,. .

.N..d.d Immodlatolyl Formerly FAULKNER REALTY

221 W. Lafayette-Acro.sfrom Wishbone
Contact Charlia Schramm 1
WANTEDCraftsman Mon.-Frl. 1:30 .",.-S:30p.m.

F. _'_' 964-7500 Saturday t a.m. to 12 noon

.. .-.. . -,. .. .. '.. -, to build rustic -' 964.5065

eo .. Wrt
$ "Take Advantage of Our Exclusive


BARE ACREAGE cut timber and limbs. *i BR FRAME: Only 17900.

Big, 2 BR block ham with large basement stripped to shell completely remodeled IG. 3 BR, 2 BA REMODELED HOME with fenced yard priced at $33.000.

Including roof plumbing, wiring carpal central air w/heat pump walls, kitChen I' | LAKE BUTLER BR. 2 BA Many ..tral. Selling for )I.*. than appraised value.

cabinet, doors window $39,500.Own.r financed. Term negotiable. o Also 0 ment.*VERY NEAT 3 BR 1 '/. BA brick veneer. Assumable mtg. with low down pay

,".6020. .or. '". 073 I *REDUCED TO $29,900 remodeled 4 BR. 1 BA frame.

:. : H. People interested in beam construction. *NICE BUILDING LOT past hospital

*COUNTRY LIVING with own fish pond ov.r 2 acre. 2-story cypress home

"For the Serious Investor" Select Woods Inc.475288a 1 with 2-UNIT deck RENTALS only 25000.

*NEAT 3 BR 1 BA w/vlnyl.ldlng on approx. 'A oc. In country. $23.000.

LAFAYETTE STREET: Approx. 2 acr. Lots of frontage on 2 streets B M.H.SARATOGA .

Ytl HEIGHTS: C/B. 3 BR. 1 BA w/CH/A.

*NICE LAND with pecan tree t 2 BR from. houie. 2 fish ponds, fenced .tc.

Call for to ._.
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INC. .' A. COMM 600 R/F 301 N: Between Dairy Queen and Kentucky Fried Chicken.
--- COMM 439" R/F: On 301 N. by Furniture Factory.
COMM 3015: 1 acre with mini-storage. zoned approved for additional I ,

mini-storage. Leaving full %.ac. for office building etc. Positive cash flow. .' (

P.O.Hwy 21 Box North 35 Looking for a Good Deal? I room*4.3 ACRES very nice.with 3 BR, 2 BA: 2-car garage CH/A, F/P. Formal dining & family' *

*3 INCOME PROPERTIES! with term Special price on package.

K.ytton. H.lgM.. FL 32656 (904)) .73.2560 before TOO much! 1 *MADISON STREET: 3 BR, 2 3/4 BA, FP. FR 2 kitchen. 2 washer ft dryer '
Check,'our prices you pay Many extra

We have: been in business in Florida for 34 I KEYSTONE AREA: N.w' cedar house overlooking good tithing lake. F/P

Own.r-Build.r. Priced In 70..

fuck at: urtnaJl& Associates line. years Designing and Custom-Building to meet *LOCATED It ACROSS' last FROM LAKE GENEVA: 3 BR 2 BA CHA F/P. Cathedral

| ceilings. won t long.

YOUR specific needs. We will also complete *SUMMER'S NEAR so I I. this home Close to Hampton Lake. 3 BR, 2 BA Cen
Realtor IBulld.r 473-7060
YOUR'home building to ANY STAGE YOU H/A, F/P and large creened porch.
BrodfordCo. or I SPACIOUS 2 BR. 2 BA HOME W/F/R. tunporch. located on East Call St. on
Largo varl.ty of Lots & Acroago In the hill region of large lot.COUNTRY.

A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds DESIRE:
paved LIVING: 3 acre with D/W mobile home. Own.r financing

roads Our community water systems Own.r financing In the"Market for New Home? 1 available. "
from $3950M. C.ntral to Gainesville, Jacksonville, Palatka and I *GOOD INVESTMENT: 3 apt. complex. Call for detail

Starke. x out our '3-Bedroom, Brick Veneer Special! Sele Susan Manager Faulkner.Reddish Evenings REALTOR U4404SREALTOR

CH/A'Carport Util. Rm. & Carpeting ASSOCIATES
Baths ,
SILVER RIDGE Is SR-21B. Lots from IVt ,
Irene L. f 44-514J lltse John 5332SUReaSlemer
at $34,800 on lot
Lake Access. Some lets on paved road. .Smarting your 473-2110 $inerme Kitchens 94474Mob

All high and dry with trees For, More Details & Free Estimates Call: Matt".72.1 Lou young M4-7US

Caret Werner 4-4tl

I Keystone Golf Course Area: Available

,O BR/2 BA New Home. Split Bedroom plan w/garage & sun I Cerel Werner.REALTOR ASSOC.

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W '/ rtn M1 3rd Special Forces Battalion, 20th SATURDAY, MARCH 16 8 P.M.

Special Forces Group. Cooley soon C7:
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about what sounded like some "'-I..L I
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Cooley joined up and later mar TICKETS $15.00 $1 SERVICE CHARGE
dr6 6' ried the young ladies' younger
sister,Joyce. .'
Jan. 30, Ted Cooley was promoted ALL SEATS RESERVED
to Chief Warrant Officer Two as a
member of Special Forces' Head- TICKETS AVAILABLE AT:
quarters Detachment at Camp Blan-
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time supply technician.The .
guard remains a family affair STREET
for Cooley. His wife and his father- SOUND SHOP
in-law pinned the new rank on his TICKET 392-1653
uniform in
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: John Joseph Banister was shot hopeful that the offering of this BY Barnard Portraits
1 and killed while driving his reward will produce the necessary AI : .
.I automobile on SR-18 in Bradford information to cause the arrest of Young'sSince Portraits Will Be Made At: Monday

J County 1985. on the night of February 2, those death. responsible for Banister's 1957 T SEARS March 4th .

The Bradford County Sheriff's Any person with information 964-6918 T East Madison Street 11 till 5:30 .
regarding the death of Joe Banister Miles'north .
1: Department has received notification 3 of
1: from the Communication should contact Investigator Don Starke on US 301 Hwy. 100 Starke 4i
1:, Workers of America, of which Denton with the Bradford County -r .
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: are offering a $2,000 reward for any phone 904-964-6280. tlSTASLISHID 1WM

Iii; i Card ,of Thanks I 1]

Perhaps you sent a lovely card or"j loss of their loved one. *
I sat quietly in a chair. The visits, prayers, food, flowers
: Perhaps sent a funeral ,
you spray and thoughtfulness are very much -
if so, we saw it there: appreciated.
.. Perhaps you'spoke the kindest Mary Jane Jones 1
words, as any friend could say.
Perhaps not there at all
,>:\. Just thought you of us that day. .. w 4, h.......... .. J\I.\ .i 1! r u Mr
Whatever'you did to console our
hearts, we thank you so much We 'would' lfke to express our
whatever the part. sincere appreciation for the kind-
Georgia G.Smith Family ness shown to us during our time of
sorrow. Our thanks for all the
:. beautiful flowers, food, calls and
visits. Our special thanks to Elder
The family of Earl Leslie Jones Harry Brooker and the Archie Tanner
wishes to thank all friends and Funeral Home.
relatives for their kindness in the Family of W.L.Carter,Sr.

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High Money

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trust fund, established by the The money came from four con-
I, Florida Legislature in 1983 to help tributors who specified that they
save the Florida panther, currently wanted the money to help ease the Now the Extra Comfort of Extra Wide
plight of the rare cats.
bears a sum total of$120. However,
; the Game and Fresh Water Fish Persons interested in contributing and Extra Long Bedding Can Be Yours .
I Commission hopes to generate more to the fund can make donations
money for the fund by letting people payable to the Florida Game and With A King or Queen Size Sleep Set All Finest .
know it's there. Fresh Water Fish Commission.
The Wildlife Alert 'Reward They should clearly label checks to At Affordable Prices!
Association will be first to chip in. indicate that they are for the Florida Quality Bedding .
The association recently agreed to Panther Research and.Management n ,
i transfer $100 to the panther fund. Trust Fund.

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Everyone in this area of Florida to manage the Center. The Hoppers volved.
who has heard of Lake Butler knows have two children themselves, Mrs. Hopper is always there, too,
it's a small town. There aren't many "Shorty" age 11, and "JoJo" age 4, both at football games and. baseball
,-'....+-. .ipluce logo"H Lake-ButterOF entertainment ....__stuth i&-are..ace.famHiaravUfr.rthe-___gamds-.whether 2t'$-just cheering.! ., h
on weekends and evenings, blem of there being nowhere for her son "Shorty" on, or helping the
especially for teenagers and young young) people to go and have fun in Union County Parent Athletic -
children. safety. Association run the concession
But there is one place for the kids The Hoppers took over the Centersix stand.
I months in September 1984. The emphasis at the Skating
to go where they can have fun and : ago y 6
where their parents don't have to They have painted the building and Center is always on family oriented
about their safetythe Lake moved the walls out to stretch the entertainment. "We'd like to see y
worry 4 i'
Butler Skating Center near Lakeside sides. They also added another pool more parents come and enjoy the rn r
Park. table and video games and have time with their families. Youth
plans to start remodeling the floor to groups and church groups are
The Skating Center is owned by Lollypop... Style...
retired Sheriff John Whiteheadand make the skating surface even bet always welcome to come says
his wife, Vivian. It is managedby Mrs. This skater was enjoying a This young skater showed a lot of style and finesse on his way around
Deputy Jerry Hopper of the ter."Business has picked up enormously The Sating Center is open Tues- lollypop on his way around the the rink.Often the younger skaters are the ones with the most grace and
Union County Sheriff's Department ," says Mrs. Hopper, "And day and Wednesday from 6 p.m.to 8 rink. accomplishment on skates.LAWN .
and his wife, Fay, so parents of it's not just little kids, teenagers and p.m., Thursday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. for
skaters can feel good about theirchildren's adults are coming in, too." $1 night,Friday and Saturday from 7
d; safety. Jerry and his wife are involved in p.m. to 10:30 p.m. and Sunday after-
: The Skating Center in Lake Butler many aspects of youth recreation in noons from 2 p.m.to 4 p.m. It can be GARDEN CENTER
has been a gathering place for quite Union County. Jerry is a coach for rented for private parties for$10(for and
,I some time, but recent changes and the Little League program and he is more information, call 496-2301, ask FLORIDA 539 E. Call Starke
! remodeling have boosted its at almost every game of the Pop for Vivian Whitehead.)
Warner Football Program, at home During spring break and summer PEST
popularity a good deal. Young people Open 9.5:30 Phone 954.5745
j now come from Bradford County games most often in uniform to lend vacation plans are for the Center to
A and even from the Baker Coun- added protection to the children in- be open during the day as well.
'. ty/Macclenny area to skate there. / CHEMICAL CO
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If. BBS Hieh-O Places 3rd in Division .. "

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: The Bradford High School High.Q writing both prose! and poetry and sons of Marvin and Judy Brown of
1 team turned in a top-notch( perfor- reading. Lisa s main con- Starke. Both name tennis and
': mance and !placed; third at the centration are the plays of William basketball as their hobbies. Jody
Western Division Championship Shakespeare and the history of likes the subjects of history and
: held In Chiefland on Wednesday, England. English,whereas Jason likes history
': Jan. 30.The Michael Davie: Michael the son and mathematics. Coach Crawfordsaid
young team posted a win over of Richard and Donna Davie of the only difficulty comes_in try ,
Williston and lost to Palatka In the Starke. This sophomore's favorite ing to tell them apart.They are. two- '.
match against Williston BUS High- hobby is canoeing. Michael contributes thirds of a set of triplets.
Q'ers posted a team record of 179 to the success of the High-Q Joy Vellenga: This freshman is
: points in the second half to win going team with his knowledge of Englishand the captain of the junior varsity \'
; away by a count of 241 to 120. mathematics. lligh-Q team. Joy is the daughter of
Shawn Schmidt: Shaun is the son Marilyn and Phillip Vallen a of Meet !
Against Palatka, the HighQ'erslovercame of Dr. ''and Mrs. John Schmidt of Brooker. Her hobbies are tennis and the Bradford High-Q Team... ,
: a sluggish first-half but Starke.He is interested in music and art. Her main area of knowledge lies (Front row l-r) Eric Lane Chris k
Powell Jason
Vellenga, Rob (moved from after picture ,
Bailey area
= fell short In the 204-152 contest. camping,a result of his involvementwith in mathematics. Brown. Jody Brown and Shawn Schmidt. ,'
was taken),Lisa Blalock Drew Davis.Not shown: Eddie :
.: "These were the best two matches the Boy Scout program, This (Back row,I-r) Michael: Davie,Stephen Akridge.Joy Tennant. .
we played all season," said Coach sophomore's areas of expertise are Eric Lane: Eric is the son of Ted -. 4i .
Stanley Crawford, "Even though we ,science and mathematics. and Judy Lane of Starke. This lIfl8R! 11j _- IIIII !:
lost one of them." Stephen Abridge: The sophomoreis sophomore's hobbies include swim
The High-Q'ers finished the season the son of Emmett B.Akridge and ming and basketball. Eric offers expertise -
with 5 wins and 5 losses. Nancy Lee Akridge. Stephen's main in the subject of King Arthur,
: 'This year's High-Q'ers,composed areas of interest include computers and the law U
,; mostly of freshmen and mathematics and computers. Chris Powell: Chris is the son of i t
: sophomores, will be the nucleus of Eddie Tennant: Eddie is the son of Vicki and Bill Powell of Starke. 8.80/0
the BHS High-Q team for the next Patricia and Edward Tennant of Chris also competes on the golf 1
: two years. Starke.The only senior on the HighQ team. This freshman's hobby is ,
team Eddie also participates on drawing and his areas of interest in-
Meet the High-Q'ers... the cross country and track teams at clude science and general trivia. tempos Rangers
: Lisa Btalocfe/ : This sophomore Is BHS. Eddie's key contributions to Those students who will be enrolled -.
: the captain of the varsity High-Q the team's efforts come in the areas at BHS next year and would like
: squad.Lisa is the daughter of Sheila of foreign languages and sports to try out for the High-Q team should @
: Wilkinson of Lawtey and Wayne Jason Brown and Jody Brown: contact Coach Crawford for more in- t 5.
Wilkinson of Starke. She enjoys These freshmen Hieh-Q'ers are the formation. 5 12.90/0

m Fla. National Announces Record Earnings: ) F-150's :

Florida National Banks of Florida, by a 51 percent growth in total assets the gain on sale/leaseback of
Inc. announces record earnings for during the year Primarily becauseof $2,254,000 and a nonrecurring; gain :
1984 of $42,634,000 or $3.37 per com- ) improved interest margins in the of $3,048,000 on the sale of certain ,"
.: mon share on a primary per share fourth quarter, our return on assets equity securities in connection with
: basis, compared to 1983 earnings and stockholders equity were a very the expiration of ant: investment
before extraordinary items of satisfactory .94% and 15.87%, agreement December 1984. ro'
$40,071,000 or $3.25 per common respectively, for thequailer." In the key balance sheet Terwillegar Motors ;
share. As a result of substantial loan categories, net loans"at December
Earnings for the fourth quarter of growth in 1984, the provision for 31, 1984 totalled $3.18 billion, an increase HAS IT ALL
1984 were$11,806,000 or$94 per com possible loan losses was increased to of 76 percent'' from $180 t TRUCKS
mon share on a primary per share $13,800,000 in the fourth quarter of billion in 1983. Total deposits reached -
basis, compared to earnings before 1984, compared to a provision of $4.38 billion for 1984 up 52 percent NEW & USED
: extraordinary items for the same $4,200,000 for the same quarter of from the 1983 level of $2.87 billion.
:. period in 1983 of $19,257,000 or $1.57 1983. The after-tax impact of this increased Florida National's assets are now BEST PRICES IN FLORIDA
per common share. Both periods include provision on fourth quarter $5.36 billion, an increase of 51 per-
an after tax gain on the earnings was substantially. offset by cent from 1983. "0'
sale/leaseback of facilitiesof
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while the full year of 1983 reflected
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: or $.27 per common share, relating Regardless of Credit $16 995
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Firemen scramble to put out a blaze that destroyed this house on Crosby the kitchen area.
Lake last week in near Starke. Mrs. Whetstone had been sleeping when she awakened to a smoke-filled ..
I W. The house owned by Wendell and Patricia Whetstone was destroyed .house and alerted firemen at II a.m. '- -' : :
.' despite efforts by firemen to put out the blaze which reportedly started in

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Families Homeless WINTER CLEARANCE SALERock Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights I :

Foreign & Domestic Alternators & Starters E
Bottom Prices On: Jackets, Warm-Up & Sweats -
Monday Friday 8-5 Saturday 8-12 :
i Promotional and Gift Ideas .
in A wooden structure was lost to fire Paramedic Bill O'Neal and Lt. Glen '. '.. -<
/I Feb. 22 at 11 a.m., according to Moore. Plaques and Trophies Now AvailableAll .. : :
Emergency Services Director Cliff
': Chapman. Athletic Shoes on Sale 10% Off AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING f
t, The estimated damage to the An early morning trailer :
f home of Wendell and Pat Whetstone Tuesday at Sampson Lake off SR2Sfire BE AHEAD OF THE GAME NEW INSTALLATIONS I ::
k at Crosby Lake, was $15,000. The left the Douglas B. Haddock family SERVICE ON ALL MAKES :
{ cause of the fire has been listed as a homeless.The ORDER SOFTBALL UNIFORMS EARLY O ,rs1Lj0 aq HEAT PUMPS :
t possible grease ignited fire. family was awakened by a .ndNV ENERGY SAVING UNITS
The Quick Response Unit was first smoke alarm and found the kitchen
r.. on the scene with good response! area engulfed in smoke at 3 a.m. MASTER LICENSED : :
; from Starke Fire Dept., Heilborn When the Quick Response Unit ar Lou-Ann's Azalea & FarmTake INSURED & BONDED : :
. Springs Volunteers and Lawtey rived on the scene the trailer was Blueberry REASONABLE RATES ;
." Correctional Volunteers on Tanker fully engulfed in flames, accordingto 100 South towards Keystone, take right on .
; I, said Chapman. From the front the Chapman. 24th Street (Forsyth Road), follow signs SINCE 1969 : :-
1// house looks intact but the interiorwas There were no injuries in the fire. :
> gutted. Estimated damage is $6,000, the WAYNE KINNEY .
. There were no injuries in the fire. trailer is owned by James Haddock, NOW OPEN ; :
Rescue called according to Lt. John Dempsey. -rr!:
was to Mrs. J / :ELECTRICAL | ,H5AT1NGCAIRCOND. /j
Whetstone but she was not LWCI Tanker I and New River 10 am 6
I transported. according to also responded to the fire. iK .

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Bradford StateAttorney's 766 THOMPSON STARKE :

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J. Report t\\-t. 841.

" Johnnie Blaine Thompson ar commit theft-grand theft; pled guilty
rested Nov. 6 for possession of con- to grand theft found guilty, placed For aIe
; trolled substance, delivery of a con on five years probation 364 days OFFER GOOD Spring
trolled substance,possession of drug BCJ. .
paraphernalia; driving under tbejrTr) i flyrdus Ewell McKenzie arrested THROUGHApril .
ki fluep f of a controlled substance Aug..2 for introduction of contra- 30,1985 .. 7<,: \ .. BUILDING SUPPLY ':-
conspiracy to traffic in controllersusta'ice band pled no contest, found guiltyof At JACKSON
conspiracy to sell, all counts, sentenced to ten years
And Value"
manufacture or deliver a controlled DOC. 1 :J "Standing For Service, Quality

substance; pled guilty to conspiracyto Lannie D. McCauley arrested Oct. ; r
traffic in controlled substance, 10 for burglary; pled guilty to : .It ( Jt\ COVENTRY '
found guilty and sentenced to 19 trespass to unoccupied dwelling .. 94't': lATEX SEMI-GLOSS NAM-A-lACk
years DOC, after serving 7 years remainder placed on community control \ \; \ Tho idoal finish for wood Always k.ep lorn. on ti ?l
HRS sanctions '()\) this I il th. '
of sentence shall be through (juvenile ) > work whorovor hand botauto
tupofwathability .
suspended and defendant placed on Howard Jones arrested Oct. 10 for o'O:-;...*#a I EXTERIOR is required, likowalls Vei'tl' point for .rylhng..lnlido !
12 probation, three burglary Southside Elementary 1 HOUSE PAINT in kitchen and orout.Gr.atfonmally ,..
years years t'IIJII!! .. Pose '
minimum mandatory, $50,000 fine School, pled guilty to burglary plac- ... Scientifically Created playroom. Colors to match ,jobs and t* .rhupt.Reg.. ,
and $2,500 surcharge. ed on community Control HRS .I For this Climate Coventry Wall Paint. No 'un'O, 22.43
Steven Edward Cornwall charged (juvenile sanctions). cleanup just use water \
with burglary of conveyance; Lawrence Dewayne Slocum arrested $
FaclayLl. 15 98 Col. mss- $16 99
transferred, misdemeanor divi- Oct. 2 for burglary of a con- '22.13 GAL. $13 99 Factory List 19.43 GAL
sion.Edward veyance; pled guilty placed on l'/a
Cummings charged with years probation.
grand theft-burglary; insufficent Slocum arrested Oct. 18 for 100% Acrylic Latex.
evidence as to this defendant. burglary-grand theft; pled guilty, Enamel A Rust.Inhibiting Available In BLPIs [ill'J ':: :tt For Use On All Expos
Oliver Marks arrested Oct. 1 for placed on probation one and make ." MOPACOTI.ed Surfaces.
aggravated assault; placed on pretrial restitution. .: .' ,/..' White. Black, Or A latQ House Pair'
intervention program (PTI). Factory Variety Of Beautiful lU-autilul I LastingPreservative1 '--=::.:-=..::: -- Our Toughest Exterior .
I Available
William Kenneth Day arrested tillSColon. Also House Paint...
Nov. 18 for distrubing peace FLORIDA TWINTHEATRE List $3.51 In Pints. Quarts, or 1
resisting arrest with violence, %' Gallons. l'5P it and \ou. too .
disorderly intoxication,. battery of host I
o I \\illjoin a
I' law enforcement officer lacks .r"<< $ $12.99
; pro-
2.59 Ol other
: secutivo merit. Starke 964.5451 l : I .r.M.
I Michael Renard arrested Nov. 13 ; .....:;r Satisfied Folk\
for carryng concealed firearm; MARCH 1 thru 7THE -," '.J' (Spray Can) Factory List '20.10
I facts do not constitute a criminal of r. a .
fense. SpeeDeckFactory
Bill Glenn arrested Sep. 22 for issuing RUSKILMotchlo
worthless check to Lilt *17.93HighGloss
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Pride charges.; defendant pled to other 1 rust kill., LATEX PAINT And Deck Enamel Floor SPEEDECK :

Malcolm C. Bradley arrested Aug. +" e CO\. Quick Drying Aepr/Deck Ena"'"
31 for sale and delivery of cocaine; BEGINNINGiCANNOft \ $1.00 Resists Moisture ......

I secutive insufficient merit.evidence, lacks pro- jjrtn,. ##,. *. \I.I.ty 1 C01E $ 6 99 Gal. And Salt Water .

Sworn complaint of Issuing wor- n Per Gallon: __
thless check to TG&Y; restitution Fri. 7:05: 9:10 Off 13.99-. ,..
made. Sat. Sun. 5:05 7:05, 9:05: Sale Price I .. b110p
Bill Glen arrested Sep. 22 for Issuing Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. 7:45:
worthless check; defendant pledto factory List .
other charges. SCREEN 2 MOBILE HOME ROOF COATING '13.35.
Robin LeGrow arrested Oct. 29 for .
issuing worthless check; defendant An Acrylic Plastic.Factory Adiiledurd: .
sentenced on other charges. SALLY FIELDPLACES ,, Penetrating-Pieservative Type Emulsion with List} ,,, LATEX :
Steven Edward Cornwall arrested For all wood sidings; Titanium Dioxide For ,87 00 MO Interior & .
Aug. 2 for burglary with intent to IN 61,4 Fences Shakes and Batten Extrome Whiteness; ROOFCOATING BtIE Eff. Exterior ;'- ::

Community Ed. THE HEART I 1 O Me e" SA\E Factory$13"List for Magnesium Strength Silicate; and NN '" ""' y- Flat Wall Paint : :
--_ ..-- OpO Properties to Resist s ( TEX
IFl $ Mildew. Energy hs.rto.elsswLar $ 99
A Ml-,I A"RtitASI ? 9 99 Saver scat. SAT WALL F1H1S14 f%J m Gal. :
Offers ClassesThe :
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Sat. Sun. 5:00: 7:00: 9:00 :
Bradford County Community Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. 7:30 (\\Ct ,
Education Program is now nine All COVe $ 1.00Brushes
courses to begin March 5 and to run NI :
through April 23, and to begin April 301 DRIVE-IN Ladders&&Rollers Caulk TQV ell I'p Our premium iciiex "interior wall Off :
24 and run through June 5: : :
Starke 964-7484 Cloths ; pOint one coat overage a
Courses to be offered are: art-oil Drop ;
cake decorating, Paint Remover beautiful, finish Ote Per Gallon .
painting, Fri. Sat. Sun. !
caligraphy, CPR/first aid, drawing, 10 % OFF paint Thinners Sae BLP : ::
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arranging macrame. II May 7, knitting, ,1fiFF1 On Sale Factory List" *16.13 $1 0 9 9 Gal. Varnishes : :.

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..\0,i Henry "Hank" Johnson oIlar 'Days Sale

Man Sought For Rape

; Of Virginia TeenagerFairfax

I Solvers information will pay leading County a $1,000 to, the Va.reward apprehension Crime for- Happening now at your Family Center!

of a fugitive who is believed to
: be somewhere in Florida, but it isi'
unknown what part.
i''' Fairfax County Police have war 1
rants charging Henry W. Johnson, I
. I the abduction and of ati
' 28 with rape fi Is}''"
16-year-old girl at a shopping mall
.; I on August 14, 1984. Information has GIANT
,' since been received that Johnson fled C
j to Florida. Johnson is white, five, .
f. feet nine inches tall and weighs 160 MILK CMOCOLgTt
t'' pounds. When last seen in Virginia, _
he had brown,wavy,shoulder length SIDEWALK SALE _
I i hair and a moustache. He usually
uses the name, "Hank." \\4))
J r Anyone with any information _.q PAC[!/ W.W
4 regarding Johnson's present I
I, whereabouts is asked to call Fairfax Save 500/0-750/0
I County Crime Solvers at
.' \ ((703)691-8888) collect if necessary.
Ii tr Information also may be provided to
:V: l any local Crime Solvers or Crime VAIUEPACti(
It' ; Stoppers program. Callers to Crime on Selected Group
Jt; r Solvers never have to give their
J. names in order to provide information .iSO V AUIE
or receive a reward. NOW
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H I StateAttorney Fashions

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$ I Your Choice Delicious candy In a variety of favorites. Choose
creamy or crunchy Reese's Peanut Butter Cups or
it Report pkg. Hershey's Kit Kat candy bars. 10 per package.

7", The Bradford Office of the State
Attorney reported 30 new individualcases
and/or felony defendants for
"; prosecution were received during
, the month of January,.according to
.3 -1 Investigator Wiley Clark. I
There were no prison related v '
cases during the month. Informa
tions were filed on 25 prior cases and I
three cases were dismissed by the
state attorney. The office declined to
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prosecute two cases. Over
"' Three violations of probation were range
'J handled and 16 pleas of guilty were iic4s 50% off ,
', accepted.

:' prior Twenty-six in misdemeanor cases were informations dismissed.court and were The seven filed office 2 $118 each ounces $4 Reg.8.99 $5 2 $3 $ I

.;. declined to prosecute four cases BAGS FOR 15 ounces
" and five pleas of guilty were ac Orange Slices for a kitty treat.Orange Save 4.99 on 8" Pitting!; Shears. 1 00-Page .. Album Pot your plants In a Hanging Pine Sol for easier and quicker
t "I cepted. flavored wedges. The Stainless steel blade for lasting holds up to 600 photos Assorted Basket Planter. Choose from cleaning. Disinfects and
: : Two juvenile petitions were filed perfect dish candy. sharpness. Contoured handles. color covers. assorted colors. 10W' diameter. deodorizes your home.RIEGEL" .
y, in January and one guilty plea was
: accepted. Six cases received non-
; judicial action approval, said Clark.r .. ,
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The following cases were dismiss-
ed in January; -lIB
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Morgan Todd Duplantis arrested = (S _
t Sept. 28 for escape; pled guilty,com- dcriwairln .Y
mitted to HRS. 41

1 f Mark Doss arrested Aug. 2-for lL..i.AJI""b
r I ; burglary with intent to commit tiii'i Y, bypowder
.: grand theft of Pinehurst Grovery; y
i, pled guilty Nov. 19,sentenced to five ,
I years probation, complete Disc -
Villege Program then serve one
year in BCJ; arrested for escape YmMntMSlb pllli 10bOtlM
; Dec. 5, found guilty, sentenced to 30 got.-.got.-
I.} months DOC. youthful offender, c
credit time served in county jail.

J;, I Thomas J. Bennett was charged A
\ : Jan. 28, 1984 by the state attorney $2 $4 Your 3 $ 2 $1A $ Special

p: i with dismissed issuing, restitution worthless made.check; case 22 ounces Choice' FOR "Tr 18 ounces BOXES I each Purchase

: Bennett, charged wtih issuing WooIHe Spray Foam Rug Cleaner Cabbage Patch Kids"'or Care Usterlne Antiseptic kills germs by Rtegel Baby Comfort Diapers Johnson's 7 oz. Baby Powder or
.' i worthless check to Kenwin Shops; deep cleans and freshens your Bears'Storybook to make read- millions on contact. Price reflects have elastic legs for better fit. 6.9 oz.Shampoo for you or baby.
, restitution made. carpet. Heavy duty formula. Ing fun.Exciting titles.Ages 4 to 8. 25C off label. 12-24 pounds,48 per box. Sorry,no ralnchecks.
I : Bennett, worthless check to
TG&Y; restitution made.
Tracy Dean Pruitt arrested Aug.2 Ladies
i j for bruglary with intent to commit a 25 % Off Robo Force
; felony at Pinehurst Grocery; pled Ladies Maternity
: guilty to grand theft and placed on ActionFigures CanvasSkipons
I two years probation. All Furniture
Jarotha Morris arrested Nov.5 for Shirts
: *i' issuing worthless check; pled guilty Junipers
: to worthless check placed on probation '19.99
4, six months. In Stock Reg. Reg.. '19.99

I j Morris arrested Nov. 5 for issuing Reg. 84,99
:'. worthless check to Pantry Pride;pled NoRainchecks $ KOO KOO
guilty placed on probation 3tt Re'S'5.440 $
; years. $900NOW Now
: Deland Thomas arrested Sept. 17 Now
for issuing worthless check to Now 1 &m.
; :: Western Auto; pled guilty to wor- __
; thless check and placed on Salvation "
: Army probation for six months. Assorted Boy's 4.7
: Milton Baker arrested July 31 for 25 % Off All ,Grades Ladies..
: resisting arrest with violence and
: battery of law enforcement officer; Group of Costume FlannelSkins
pled no contest, placed on probation All Lamps Pennzoil
: 3 years, restitution to Starke Police
: Dept.within one year,50 hours com Jewelry Shirts
: munity service with recreation In Stock OilNow
i i department. I Reg. 13" & '16" Reg. '2.50 "'
i W.L.Griffis arrested Oct. 1 for ag- Reg.
: gravated battery; pled guilty to improper No "t, '

; sentenced exhibition to 30 days of in Bradford'' 79 o' $300 2/1 $900

:: I County Griffis Jail.a second count of aggravated Rainchecks Qt.t Now. Now Now

; I assault; pled guilty to
assault, sentenced 30 days BCJ to ,

I run Frederick concurrent Adolph with above Olson case.arrested fQ6V........._.,.........,...._ 1-not"---1IoIe" -"" _...C-.OI'" .,,_.Ado ."" .--..........._. IzAdmenhandl..llno1"wt.begladlOlOUalilcllemcl ,:
oo quaIIfVpoajble" 0ad,1n4Wlt, m WAanov.wNd: lowpoleel ( InIlmq.-.tancI""lonly'Upplylall'we CEJ
Oct. 8 for burglary grand theft of duMblmlOUOMm.AYN w.0happyk>accept lta.peroonal ch.ckMwqaracoin'fie''aM WOU bb.OadY.u eftOpped i6V. =.. .
Magnolia Hotel: pled guilty to
J burglary of structure,placed on probation -<
I six months.


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