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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Thursday, Jan. expected to see variable cloudiness, with a Sma.h.r. . . . .21 000 pR19 .
30% chance of 15blS afternoon. Temperatures, from a low of 50 Crime Fighters. . . . .38 < F" \ a
degrees, to a high of 70 degrees, with relative humidity of 50 per Sinkhol. That lin't. . . . ...1A ::1110 LZ P { of- (
cent. Winds are expected to be Southwest at 5 mph. Goal.. Star'. . . . .SB 1 0 1-- FVyGG ,
Extended outlook, Friday through Sunday, look for a frontal Th.lma Grn Honored. . . .4B { vEa51VNl -f'\\

system to move through, bringing rain and showers.. Hit Man Suit. . . . . ..78Cla \,
August average rainfall is 8,1 inches, September 5.46 Inches, October ..llld Ad.. . . .1-108 .S 1L.
3.64 inches, November 1.96 inches, December 3.03 inches, Lawt., Horn Burnt . . .108 GPl 6 .sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven108lh
January 2.8 inches, and February 3.43 Inches. Area D.ath. . . .. .111 Year FLORIDA 25 Cents
Area Crlm Bot.. . . . . STARKE. Copy
26th Issue
Thursday January 15, 1987 USPS 062.700

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I Celebration Set- Here Sunday for Dr."Living King's: Birthdaywho I


.,
?4t4Ln1.* the Dream, LeL FreedomRing" the Dr. Marlin Luther King com- A day -for the family to share awakened in us the best 'Mrs. spooner
is the theme for an obser- memorative celebration.
together, to reach out to relativesand qualities of the American spirit. Federal legislation set aside the
for Bradford Countyto '
I vance program the "Living the Dream, Let Freedom friends, and to mend broken third Monday of January, which is
honor Dr. Martin Luther King,
I leader. Rina" will be: relationships.A A day for nations of the world to Jan. 19 this year, as the official
slain civil rights
A day to celebrate the life and day when the community rids cease all violent actions, seek non federal holiday for the observance oft

Historical Society.. The program is set Sunday, Jan. dream of Martin Luther King, Jr itself of the barriers which divide it violent solutions and demostratethat Dr. King's birthday, which has been
The Bradford Historical Societywill 18, at 3 p.m. in the IUE gym at 1080N. and come together as one. peace is not just a dream, but a declared national holiday. According -
meet tonight (Thursday, Jan. Pine St., in Starke. A day to reaffirm the American A day tor oui' nation to pay real possibility, If only for one day. to the act "the holiday should
15), at 7:30: p.m., in the conferenceroom ideals of freedom,justice and opportunity tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. "If only one day each of us serves as serve as a time for Americans to

of SFCC Starke Center (Old "This will be' a great day of for all A day when people of all races, a drum major for justice and peace, reflect on the principles of racial

Courthouse). Bill Alderman of the celebration for Bradford county and A day for love, not hate; for religions,classes and stations in life, then we will bring to life the Inspir- equality and non-violent social
Bradford Title and Abstract Co. surrounding communities," says understanding, not anger; for peace, put aside their differences and join ing vision of freedom which "Martin change espoused by Martin LutJ-!
will discuss land grants awarded to Carolyn Spooner, commissioner for not war. the the spirit of togetherness. Luther King. Jr. dreamed savsAlvarez King, Jr."

early settlers in this area for their

services in the Seminole Indian 11M< ... .-e."" ... .at t..,'.'''ji',....ff' 'J__ .
Wars and the War Between the

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Collectors Notice zl ;. _

Toys, trains, pigs, plants, buttons _, 4; ;._
and the Beatles; Collections from !

A-Z will be featured at Florida Mobile Home
State Museum's eighth annual col

lector's day, Sunday, Jan. J8, 1-4:30:
p.m. Florida State Museum is f

located on Museum Road University -

of Florida, in Gainesville.More .
than 60 exhibits will feature Roundup Job

souvenirs, memorabilia and antiques
along with unusual collec-

tibles such as firsbees, kitchen b '4+iKY
gadgets, minature shoes and 1 k4'i Property Appraiser Jimmy pleasure of the county. Alvarez is an
microscopes. Classic vehicles, In- t i'u Alvarez has offered to take over elected official.
cluding a 1932 Chevrolet convertible l- ir 1 locating the county's 3,000 to 4,000

with a rumble seat, will add an mobile homes and to create a new "I want it to be real clear betweenall
air of nostalgia. tax roll for them. of us what I can do and what I
Swap stories with collectors of all cannot do;' Alvarez told commis-
and meet a three-generation To say the county commission sioners at the
ages special meeting
jumped onto the offer would be an
include
family whose collections Thursday night
understatement. The board has offered
antique santa clauses, rabbits,
to do it Alvarez's and to
and dime way
Halloween memorabilia Ms. Hall's office has been contac-
store world war I soldiers. give any support the property ap- ting mobile homes and collectirg

Collectors day is free and open to praiser needs. some back taxes. Over $16,000 had

the public. For more informationcall Alvarez guesses it will take two been collected in mobile home tags
3921721. people six months to locate put each through the first eight months of
mobile home on the tax roll. "..hire 1986, Clerk Gib Brown told the
three men if you need them," County board. Estimates as have been
Family Anger.., Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. of made tha the county is missing out

Anger in the family is the topic of r1 fered. on up to $75,000 per year in mobile

discussion at a 7-9 p.m. Tuesday home tag taxes.
Jan. 20, meeting conducted by Alvarez will also supervise buyinga
Tricha A Biggers, Ph.D., in the computer terminal for the zoning Mobile home owners are requiredto
Southside Elementary cafetorium /1 y and building office to put new mobile buy a tag or to register their
on SR-100S in Starke. The public is homes on the roll when a placement mobile home as a homestead. After
invited. permit is applied for as required by the first tag with their permit, many

law,, '. mobile home owners simply forgetto
Spaghetti Supperj.fThe -
renew the tag. Heretofore, no
The computer will be connected to
.
Lake
Property
Kingsley to notices.were been sent. This year,
Owners Assn. will serve a spaghetti the property appraiser's office and
for the first time, mobile home tag

supper p.m. at Sat.the,Kingsley Jan 24, from Lake 5-7:30 Civic: Marion Ellis to Head UCI, the Flagship Institution... the there mobile, too, and home continually roll can be be kept up- those renewal who notices bought have before.been sent to

Center. Dine-in or dine-out. $3 adult Supt. W. Marion Ellis returns! to VCIIoh..e he began through the ranks, to reach one of the top positions in dated. The commission has agreedto

plates, $2 children's plates. as a tower officer 26 years earlier. Kills came up corrections. computer pay for terminal.a telephone line and the Commissioners have been trying

to get a handle on the number of

SREC Move... Tax Collector Esther Hall was mobile homes for several years.
Outreach Office Tough Veteran Administrator first given the responsibility of "It's been the most frustrating ex-
The
Community locating the mobile homes and had perience of my tenure on the board,"
and Homemaker Office of the
been doing so. But Alvarez noted said Commissioner Carter, a 12 year

Suwannee(SREC) have River been Economic moved to Council 134 E. Takes Control of Flagship Prisonby there was nothing being done to veteran.
create a legal description of each
South Street in front of RegisterOil.
location for a tax roll so the mobile

.... IIaim the Ladder. assumed home owners could be billed annual- The board needs to know the
For further information, phone Buster Climbing .. prison in the state, and the
duties of chief correctional officer, ly. amount of mobile homes to collect
9646696 BCT SlaffVrltn Supt. Ellis began work as a tower .
with the rank of captain, in 1972. the tag fees, and so future user fees
Union Correctional Institution officer in Jan I960, in the institutionnow Alvarez ,
suggested to the commission
? for
Upcoming... (UCI) has a new superintendent, the called UCI but was named Eleven months later he correctional returned to that his office take over the- and garbage rescue service disposal can,fire be protection charged to,
seventh in some 50 years Florida State Prison (FSP) in those Raiford (UCI) as chief
Mrs. Barbara McGlew, public W. Marion Ellis Tower Officer the entry officer, with the rank of major. In responsibility of locating and every household in the county.
Superintendent days. was
writing a description. His new com-
assistance for financial of
- specialist for Monday, Jan. 12, level at the time but has 1974, a department-wide upgrade?
reported duty position ,
has the of
program capability
aid for the aged, is the speaker for positions changed Ellis' title from puter
where he
returning to the institution now been superseded by the correc-
the monthly Bradford Chapter r'ma.lor" to"colonel." handling a second tax roll.. Alvarez
began 26 ago, in Jan. 1960. tional officer I position and User fees what the
AARP meeting set at 1 p.m. today years Ellis moved from the Custodial said. The commission Alvarez are county
Ellis is a correctional of- Within a few months, Ellis was commission is to rather than
Supt.
(Thursday, Jan. 15)) in the Senior Department into the administrationIn agreed for Alvarez to talk to Ms. turning
Citizen Center in the Bradford- ficer's superintendent, highly promoted to correctional officer and 1977, at which time he went to Hall about the switch, and Ms. Hall increase property tax. Commis-
respected throughout the Depart-- moved to duties inside the compound agreed. sioners say only about half the
Union Guidance Clinic set behind Correctional Institution -
ment of Corrections, and a veteran In 1962 he received a second Hillisborough households in the county pay property -
the courthouse. The public is in- with the title "assistant
that rose through the ranks, from promotion to sergeant, and becamethe tax with the homestead exemp-
to Alvarez however
superintendent. He reported declines to takeon
vited.Early the lowest position on the totem pole, supervising officer of the con tion set at $25,000.
land grants in Bradford to the ranking institutional positionin finement area, known as the "flat Supt. Paul Gunning, who had risen the maintenance of the mobile
County is the topic of discussion for the system. top." Following several months in through the Educational Depart- home roll. His office doesn't need The commission is looking at solid
Bill Alderman of Bradford County the ment of corrections, to the that responsibility in addition to the
Ellis is a conservative administrator that assignment, Ellis became waste costs to skyrocket with new
Title & Abstract Co. at the and won't create any supervisor of the main housing unit. superintendent level of a small In- regular tax roll, Alvarez told the rules of the state Department of En-
Historical Society meeting set at waves veteran DOC Major That celebrated unit is known as the stitution. commission at a second meeting last vironmental Regulation. The boardis
says
7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday, JanIS Gene Tomlmson, chief correctional "rock." Ellis continued to work at Thursday night, Jan. 8. In other in the process of drilling five test
) in the Board Room of the SFCC officer at Baker Correctional In- In 1965, Ellis was promoted to Hillsborough for the next five yearsin words, Alvarez doesn't care to field wells around the landfill on SR-100
Starke Center. stitution. "If I had to fight inmates, I lieutenant and transferred to the the asst.supt.I position, before be- twice as many complaints as he now near Keystone Heights. Should it be
The regular monthly meeting of would as soon follow Supt. Ellis as "East Unit," later re-named Florida ing promoted to the superintendent I does. found that the demtegrating refuseis
the Bradford :school Board is set at anyone I knows since he isn't scaredof State Prison, and became assistant position, upon the transfer of Supt. contaminting the well the board
7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 19, in the Administration anything, : Major Tomlinsonsays. shift supervisor. Shortly thereafter, Gunning. After serving one year as After discussing it, the board will face hundreds of thousands in
Building The public is Ellis is level-headed and he was appointed to the shift super supt of Hillsborough Ellis transferred agreed with Alvarez that the zoning reclamation and further contamination -
invited. analyzes each situation carefully visor position. In 1968 he returned to to Baker Correctional Institu- and building office is best equipped costs, points out Solid Waste
The third Tuesday meeting of before taking action, Tomlinson UCI in a lateral. transfer as shift tion, as a supt.II, in 1983. since it has recently been increased Director Darrell O'Neal.
the City Commission of Starke is states. supervisor. Prior to 1983, the Department of from three to four positions.

set at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20, UCI, because of its senority and Ellis transferred to the men's unit Corrections had five grades for Alvarez hopes to have the mobile
in city hall. size, remains the flagship of Florida at Florida Correctional Institution And, Alvarez pointed out. Zoning home roundup completed by the end
.Anger in the Family is the topic Corrections.by Lowell, site of the first women'sney (See Supt..P.2A) Director Darrell O'Neal works at t the of July.
for discussion at a meeting set

Tuesday, Jan. 20, from 7-10 p.m. in
the Southside Elementary

cafetorium. Set in Brooker Be Razedlarger I
to
First Clean-Up
Tricia A. Biggers, Ph.D., will Step Building
lead the discussion. The program is

jointly sponsored by the Bradford Buster Rahn is still alive.There has been no property. The motion was secondedand station, 96"( high, requires the Belore leaving Waters told the
County Parenting Committee and response to the letter. passed 4-1, Adams voting construction of a ramp. The boxes council to let him know the signs
the Bradford Community Educa- HCT Staff Writer Chairman C.J. Stalnaker told the "Nay." are 8 ft. wide and 22 ft. long. needed, and locations and he would
tion. Program.A Brooker council members discussed council members they must begin Councilwoman Davis asked "will take care of all signs along the county
planning and land develop-- the issue at length Tuesday night, somewhere, and this situation Visitors... the county; pay the cost?" Waters roads. He was promised plenty of
ment workshop on zoning procedures Jan. 13 before voting to raze the
commissioners Wilbur replied 'Maybe we can com business.
represented a starting point to get County
Is set from 7.10 Tues-
p.m. burned residence the fire station
near -
I feel work
promise. we can
ting lots cleaned. If the Waters and Joe Riddick, accom-
unsightly
day, Jan. 20, in the board room of and lien the "
place a on property.The Dar- something out. Working Chairman...
town implements its advertised panied by solid waste director
the Starke Center of SFCC.
commissioners all were reluc- policy in this case, other property rel O'Neal, visited the Brooker coun- Riddick told the council that the Chairman Stalnaker made a progress
Scott Koons director of local
tant to take the action, talking transfer county Is looking at several options, to streets.
assistance for the owners will read about I it in the cil to discuss the Brooker report on repairs
North government Florida Regional Planning around the issue for some 15 paper and clean up their property, station, formely known as the dump. one of which is contracting with Stalnaker and a crew of inmate

Council, will be the instructor. The .minutes.In November. the council had rather than aallowing the town to do Waters, who had visited the coun- private enterprise to handle both workers are patching potholes.
the job, and assess the cost via a cil in November, had promised to hauling and disposal. Riddick said Davis said "what about your
class is for and
especially city agreed to the procedure and advertised lien, Stalnaker said. clean the dump. Waters had the situation is getting serious. "It labor?" Stalnaker said "we need to
up
county commissioners and zoning for bids to tear down the remains Council members Sue Davis, Carl made good on his promise, and the was on the back burner, but now it is talk about that. I don't feel like
board members. The public is In- clean the lot and haul the "
on the front burner. time. Stalnaker said
its donating
Edwards and Carrol Brooker council expressed my
Roy supported ap-
vited. It is hoped that a land use At the December
debris commissioners neither asked
away. The hours and the job
the done. he had worked 14 ,
Chairman Stalnaker, but each was preciation for getting job
class will result from this meeting..The meeting Clerk Linda Robinson read for nor received a financial commit '
Bradford County Zoning the two bids that had been received. hesitant to make a supporting mo- O'Neal said the Brooker and best transfer facility tment at this time. (See Clean-Up..P.2A)
is the cleanest -
Board is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues- Tony Stalnaker bid $700 and Doc tion.Councilman station
day, Jan. 27, in the Starke city hall. Drawdy bid $800. The council, A.B. Adams opposedthe in the county, and credited the
of retained by the
The Starke Board is set reach decision tabled measure. He suggested writingto quality personnel
Zoning unable to a ,
and told town to the handling of Set Tuesday 10 a.m.
property owners, was supervise Legislative Hearing ,
to meet at 7:30: p.m. Thursday, Jan. the subject for the January meeting.
that had been done. He volunteeredto garbage.
29, in the Starke city hall. Clerk Robinson told the council work a "day or two" if others Waters asked if the town would by Buster Ral n. BCT Staff Writer
.The annual and banquetof that the of record is Ruby Me.
meeting owner
the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Cartney whose last known addressIs would do the same, in cleaning up like for the county to take over the Members of the Bradford County legislative delegation will visit Starke

Commerce Is set for Jan. 31 in the in West Virginia. Ms. McCartneywas provately owned lots. Edwards said "roll-off station? The roll-off station this Tuesday Jan. 20, at 10 a.m.for the annual legislative hearing, accor-
he would not volunteer to work on is a large box utilized for collec-
ding to County Clerk Gib Brown.
National Guard Armory at Camp advised by registered letter that
private property. ting solid waste, and transported to The is Sen. Wayne Hollingsworth D-Lake City;
Blanding. Make reservations by the town planned to clean up the lot, group
After several minutes of discussion the landfill. O'Neal advised the K--Orange Crady D-Yulee.
Chance Parkm and ,
George
Rep. Irving, Rep.
the Chamber lien the
calling 964-5278, as and would place a on property. -
Davis made the motion to accept council that the cost of roll-off stations floorof
the
The delegation will meet in the Commissioner's room,on ground
soon as possible. The number attending The letter was signed for by a
the Stalnaker bid of $700 to are from $1,900 to $3,400
the courthouse.3ti9 .
.
needs to be knownas her Clerk
member of leaving
definitely family,
clear the lot, and place a lien on the depending on size. The use of a
soon as possible. Robinson unsure that Mrs. McCart-






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-.- T1:: -..: -- by Buster Rahn Housing Rehabilitation Grant is nIChedulehand a substantially lower figure only 60

j J- BCT Staff Writer two units will be com- and recommended this
Property be also tabled until the
days.
The Starke with
city council only review the situa
could
three members Bids have been received and con- committee
present, approvedthe
of Committee members are con-
tracts made for the renovation tion.
Burger King site plan,presentedby
Zoning Director Darrel O'Neal two homes, owned by Gloria Pierce, cllman Charles Schaefer, Mayor
700 Pine St., and Geraldine Sim- Vernon Silcox and Linda Day. The
d who told the council the city zoning
board had "signed off" on the plans mons, 914 Crosby St. Renovation of council agreed to this recommendation.
n
m the Simmons home exceeded the .
at its last regular meeting ,
$22,000 maximum limit, and had
some items deleted, to bring it into
Prior approving the plans,councilman Chamber of Commerce has
r1d1Ii compliance. The
Travis Woods his
expressed to accept $30,500 for its property
agreed
of to children,
concern danger young
the on the cor-
Griffis Construction Co. was the former nursery
posed by the retention pond, and home and Jefferson
low bidder on the Simmons ner of Thompson
recommended the be fenced.
area and Holiday Construction Co. was Streets and adjacent to the two
Although the pond will hold water Ely,and will
low bidder on the.Pierce home. frame houses owned by
for only an hour, and never exceed had ,if purchased -
Ms. Day said she approval return$7.000 to the grant
12 inches in depth, according to
from the Department of Communtiy by the city. Day recommenced
assistant zoning director Janet Affairs to purchase two mobile the purchase, with the stipulated
Turner,"water doesn't always drain homes, utilizing the state purchasing amount returned as agreed, and the
away in Bradford county"as quicklyas contract. Mobile homes are to be council concurred.
it does in some places. used in re-locating residents while
Ms, Lorie Magyar!, representing
their homes are being renovated.
the M.K Flowers Co.,surveyors and Upon completion of the grant, the
planners for Contemporary Manage- mobile homes will become propertyof Police Request...
ment, Inc., owners of the proposed, the city.Appraisals.. Chief of Police, Jimmy Bowen
Burger King franchise, said "Chuck
reminded the council that lighteninghad
Gatton will fence the retention pondif ... struck the police office "a cou-

Fy requested as being beneficial to Two local property appraisershave ple of months ago," and destroyedsome
the city, or if the" pond represents a been selected through the bid- equipment. He asked the coun-
safety hazard. Gatton owns Con-
Inc. ding process to make appraisals of cil to purchase a maintenance con-
Management,
d's temporary property to be purchased by the tract with Southern Communications -
With that assurance, the council
,, Downtown Revitalization Grant. ,for a cost of$202.50 per month.
the site plan as submitted.
approved she had received Chief Bowen said he is paying more
Day reported approval -
During the discussion, O'Neal told
to extend their contracts to than $200 each month for repairs,
ij the council that the surveyors were include appraisals for the housing and cited the cost of repairing
concerned by the lack of fire
: immediate rehabilitation grant, without going walkie-talkies. Under contract,
LJ hydrants in the area,
:
shown the the re-bidding route. The council repairs cost $11 each; without con-
since none were on topo
review of the situationrevfaled agreed with her recommendation to tract, cost of repair..is $48.
retain the appraisers under the pre-
3 hydrants within 200 feet
>..r a.>Lra'srsl tr sfs
of the proposed construction site, sent contract. ra ,
Day reviewed the appraisals of
adequate for fire protection. The
four parcels being considered by the I
DON'Sj
topo map was remiss in ommitting
I Gaines Family Honored by City, County... hydrant locations. Downtown Revitalization Grant, two
of which are owned by G.K (Jerry)

The family of recently deceased city and county zoning from 82-SSas city-county zoning and planning director. Denmark Showroom... Ely, one by Terwillegar Motors, and j Refrigeration
planning and building director L.M. Gaines Family Gaines also served the county commission as a trouble one by the local Chamber of Com
O'Neal to the council that
was honored Jan.6 by the Bradford County Commission shooter and problem solver in other areas that.arose, reported merce. Air Conditioning
City of Starke and Chamber of Commerce.A such as the courthouse telephone system. Denmark Furniture had requested The Terwillegar property was appraised I
television set and certificates of service were approval to remove a building from at $94,000, the purchase of Service & Repair
presented to :Mrs. Sharon Gaines center holding the Gaines retired October 1 because of ill health. Officials the north side of Call St., opposite which would preclude the buying of
certificates. Mrs. Gaines right is her mother. Airs. had planned a retirement dinner for the retiring their store, and allow the building ofa one or more of the other three i
Fern Wells official but Gaines died Oct.4 before the dinner.So, the showroom for the display and sale parcels, since the grant has
Grown ups above Kathy; Richard: Gaines. and Vicki and Terry Gaines. sion meeting. Also present for the presentation were already approved the request. The acquisition. Day recommended this [ J
The children are Derek son of David and Kathy City Clerk Neil Tucker. Chamber Executive Jack council agreed with the decision. property be tabled at this time, for i ii
Gaines, and Tracy, daughter of Terry and Vicki Eckdahl and Chamber President John Miller. consideration at a later date. The
Gaines. council agreed.
L.M.: Gaines served as county planning, building, The county boat ramp at Cypress Run on Sampson Grant Progress Report... Day said the two parcels owned by I
zoning director for 13: years. and after a joint city- Lake has been named "L.M. Gaines Boat Ramp" by Grant Coordinator Linda Day Ely, the two frame houses across 1 COMMERCIAL
county office was instituted. Gaines served jointly the Bradford Commissioners In honor of Gaines. reported to the council that the from city hall,had been appraised at I & DOMESTIC



I New UCI Superintendent. I Auto Ice &Machines Home AC i I


24 Hour Service -.
(from page 1superintendents,\) Eugene Ellis is a native of Alachua, School in 1957.Following married.David,20,was employed at mind for the facility. He'stated his :
and Mattie Norman Ellis is a nativeof high school, Ellis serv- UCI,but transferred to FSP upon his goal as "providing a safe and
I through V. Under the Starke area, in Bradford ed a hitch in the Air Force, spendingtwo father's appointement to the top humane facility for inmates to live I I)
new title designation, grades were County, the daughter of the late of the three years in Japan, as a position. Dean, 18, is in the military in, and for the staff to work in." Reconditioned
reduced from five to two, and re- Tobe Norman radar technician with the grade of service,stationed in West Germany. I
named correctional superintendentsI Supt. Ellis is first cousin to Ray Airman 2nd class. He and his wife will return to the The UCI superintendency became I Washers Dryers
and II Baker Institution, being one Norman,executive vice-president of states later this year. vacant when Supt. Tom Barton & Refrigerators II III
of the-smaller facilities, rated a the Community State Bank in Iq the late 1960's, Lake City Community Supt. and Mrs. Ellis have a home voluntarily transferred back to FSP
superintendent. of., the lowerclassification Starke. .College began offering college under construction in Baker County, where he had served as assistant
: ,, therefore, with the level courses leading to' and expected to move into it this spr- superintendent under DOC Sec.Dug- I .
move to UCI, Ellis becomes a Corr. Born the day after Christmas, associate degrees, to prison ing. Their plans have now changed, ger. The FSP superintendency 30 Day Warranty 1
Supt. II, the top designation and pay Dec. 26, 1938, Ellis married Loedith employees. Ellis took advantage of since Secretary of Corrections Became vacant when Dugger was
grl! e.Ellis. Griffis on his 21st birthday in 1959. the opportunity and earned his Richard Dugger requested Ellis to appointed secretary of DOC by Gov. 1 Hwy. 125 West Lawtey |
became eligible for retire- Loedith is the daughter of Elvie Gnf- Associate of Arts degree in correc- live in the superintendent'sresidence Bob Martinez. -_ __ .as'.w ter
ment in 1985, since his entire career fis and the late Mrs. Griffis.She was tions in 1970. He continued to pursue on prison property. Their
has been served in high risk born on state owned property,where his education through a program new home will become a "week-end
categories, but he opted to continue FSP is now located. Mr. Griffis wasa with Florida State University earn- retreat." said Ellis.
working for the foreseeable future. prison employee at the time of her ing his baccalureate degree in '
He turned 48 the day after birth. criminology in 1976. Supt. Ellis said he certainly plansno [
Christmas. major shake-up at the institution D.
Personal History... Supt. and Mrs. Ellis have two and has not talked with Sec. Dugger
Education... sons age 20 and 18,both of whom are about any plans he may have in
Marion Ellis is the of
Supt. son
Ellis attended school in the town of
Eugene and' Mattie Norman Ellis Alachua, graduating from high ______n_ ________ _
whose home is located in Alachua school in 1956 prior to the consolidation P
county just across the Santa Fe of the Alachua-High Springs Child Development CenterAre v q
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Adams motion to pay Stalnaker $10 Chief Stalnaker said the Fire
per hour for the time spent on the Department would pay half the cost Does your child care have a child development cur-
project was approved. from its activities fund, if the town riculum? :
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Fire chief Tony Stalanker agreed to pay the difference, sincean Does your child care have Free afterschool $349.
reported he had found two tires, old fire truck had been sold for ? Reg. $449.99 ONLY
tubes and wheels to fit the front of $800 earlier this year, and the proceeds transportation
the fire truck, for a total of $434. put in the town coffers. Does your child care have Free vision and hearing 14 Inch Bow NOW $359.99

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Bright, HarrThe is to '''Serve Again- .

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Harris moved to instruct Clerk
vacancieson prison (Lawtey Correctional Institution -
election to fill two
P': ; ar U. td ;, i t. .aI the Lawtey council was low key': ). cleanup Anderson to write FPL to be,requesting stationed in a"troubleshooter"
will
realizedthe Mosely said the county
to the extent
dJi t 14V. councilwoman full the area. The motion carried.
I ,,1 ; terms of Laura the Lawtey dump and locate a

: ,. Harris and councilman Emmet time employee there to supervise New Radar Unit...
V. coming to a close. the disposal of solid waste at the site.
Bright were
( i .1. The election would have been held Thr employee will be assigned after Chief Jordan requested expenditures
Dec 3, 1986,if anyone had filed in opposition gates have been installed, said be approved for the purchaseof
to the two incumbents, but Mosley. a new radar unit for the additional
there were no takers, and the two Mayor Scott asked if there were a police car, acquired recently.
agreed to retain their seats on the deadline,and was told to comply "as Transferring the radar unit from
council for another term of office, quickly as possible' one car to the other is damaging to
7> Bright and Harris were sworn in Bennett asked O'Neal to be more the unit,said Jordan. The chief also
w l Monday, Jan 5, for two year terms. specific. "Give us a date" said Ben- requested the purchase of two tires
nett. O'Neal replied "30 days. Thatis for the Chevrolet police car, and approval -
.' Mayor Re-elected... the time allowed us by DER." to have the valves ground.
.. erJ Bright told Mosley that people On Bennelt's motion, the coundl
The first order of business for the were dumping garbage in areas approved the three expenditures.Chief .
new council was to elect one of their other than the dump site. Mosley Jordan told the council he
....... number to be mayor for 1987, and said "If someone will give us a tag had bids of $250 from each of two
veteran Mayor Robert Scott was re- number and testify in court, we will local mechanics, to grind the valveson
elected by a 3-2 vote the and the
prosecute. police car, requested
Bright nominated Willie Strong for Fire chief Bill Crouse asked about' council to make the decision as to
mayor, followed by Harris' nomina- burning garbage,and was told that which mechanic would be allowed to
tion of Robert Scott. When the vote some items can now be burned, do the job. The council refused t#
'. NT f was called. Bright and Strong voted, under certain circumstances. state a preference, but advised Jordan -
for Strong, Harris, Buster Bennett However, plastics: ,. treated lumber, to have the work done by the
"f il ." and Scott voted for Scott. painted lumber and some other mechanic which would issue the better
items cannot be legally burned by guarantee.
Landfill Problems...
either the homeowner or the city.
County Commissioner Joe Riddick Mayor Scott reiterated that the city Fire Report...
came to the council meeting early, would have to buy a truck,or each Fire Chief Bill Crouse reported
and quietly took a seat In the au- homeowner would have to haul solid there were no large fires during
dience. Obviously he was unknownto waste to the Keystone landfill. December. He submitted an invoicein
! the Lawtey council. amount of$26 for supplies, which
i Sandwich Shoppe Opens Near Prison Complex on Sr-16..x Mayor Scott reported that he had Electricity Off.., the council agreed to pay.
been advised to discontinue the use Jordan that electricity .
Chief reported
Carla Hawthorne and Burl Rowland are standing on variety of food and drinks, with plans to expand the of the Lawtey landfill, except for was off for an extended lengthof One More Time...
the steps of their new sandwich shop just east of the menu and facilities. household "We're to
0 garbage going and that serviceby
time last Sunday, Mayor Scott said "I'd like a motion -
prison gateway arch on SR-16. They offer an wideCarla's have to charge for garbage collection Florida Power and Light Co. is placing a cap on spending,and
since we can no longer disposeof less than satisfactory. an agreement not to par.any bill
garbage in the Lawtey dump"said Chief Jordan told the council that without council approval.
Sandwich Shop Opens Mayor Scott.Commissioner FPL no longer has a service man in Bright agreed, but wanted to include -
Riddick asked to be the area, with the nearest repair. authority to make expen- -
recognized by the chair, and was man now living in Palatka. Long
by luster Hahn The Owners.. Hawthorne-Rowland plan an out asked to identify himself, since "I delays in getting power restored are (See Lawtey..P.8A)
lit' r Marr Writer Carla Hawthorne and Burl door alcove, in which social eventsor don't seem to know you," said being experienced, said Jordan.
other gatherings may be held. Scott.Commissioner.
Rowland a married couple who Mayor
How about a 6 foot sub for ,
super
Two weddings have been booked for Riddick said he did
oped to use different surnames,own
turn I Sunday or possibly a 13 foot
and the shop Their the planned facility, to be held laterin not wish to address the subject of
suit for those with a big, big ap- operate
at this lime
the solid waste collection NOTICE OFSTOCKHOLDERS
1)1 ite? daughter, Tosha is the manager. year .
although it Is the reason for "my being
Rowland is construction worker
Carla's. Sandwich Shoppe, opened a commercial\ They Say... here." Riddick\ said commission ANNUAL
Dec 20, 1986 on SR-16, near the east by trade building and
entrance to prison property. The buildings. He is a welder but has The owners said they bought the chairman Lawrence Mosley
worked for the past land three years ago, and Rowland Solid Waste Director Darrell O'Neal
building, recently built of rustic as an engineer attend the MEETING
scheduled to
board and batten design, features a several years. A native of Pennsylvania built the building. They reportedthat were
wide front) porch for dining in oodcath..r. ,he has lived in Florida"fora "acceptance is real good, better meeting also.
minutes
arrived
that The two guests
Both agreed
time than expected.
\\ Inside, be a long
space may introduced to the
Hawthorne is 8 veteran of there is "excellent support by prison later, and were
premium as more customers learn an year
assembled group. Chairman Mosley The annual meeting of the
of the excellent quality of sand- the prison system, working as a cor- employees, had cited
that DER
offered told the council
is to
rectional oiiicer Free delivery service
Wichesand other fine food being of-
tered Various soft drinks, coffee, Although they own a home in the. local prison facilities the Lawtey dump for accepting stockholders ofCOMMUNITY
household
,
Keystone Heights area, they currently New items on the menu, to be add items other than garbage
heir and included the
menu, along wine are with ham &on egg live near their business. ed soon, include hamburgers and and lack of policing In the household future,all STATE BANK
other than
solid waste,
meatball subs. The meat ball sauceis
biscuits sandwiches and
subs The to build an additional simmered for 36 hours.Jlawthol'l1e garbage, must the transported to the
owner plan FLA.
salads.The menu will continue to expand landlill and thelifipiMr CORPORATION STARKE
Keystone by Lawtey
-HS time goes on. Specially ) faclhtto house a "Law Enforcement said. ,

items include bakery products, Museum with corporate . . . . for the election of Directors and
.
made by a genuine Italian chef. ++,r,.- -- - - - -
Curia s is 7 days a week. papers in hand lor a nonprofit
_open ,
Irom 6:311: am, until..no closing operation Ia Ann'sA the transaction of any other
Jo
time set. In addition to the museum, .. that before
--- business may come
Specialty Gift Shop

I Sgt.!: Bruce Rehburg Is Drill Instructor Valentine Special I the meeting will be held at the office

Bruce W. Rehhurg, 22, a 1982 Beaufort, S,C. He has been in the Limited selection! of music boxes, crystal bells, of said Bank on January 15
graduate( of Bnujfprd IJUgh SJwol.. Marine Corps for three years.Rehburg ? ,
has just graduated I rom eight weeksof served his first three years jewelry.boxes and perfume bottles.

the training Marine to Corps.beo-drill i instructor Special Homestead Forced AF'Bas6 in.. the- Shop-Et fl y'fah;Your Valentine! 1987, between the hours of 5:00:

Rehburg is married to the former and 5:30: p.m. o'clock.
Sgt. Rehburg, the son of Harry and Sherry Baker of Leesburg; they We Appreciate Your Patronage p.m.
Doris Rehburg of Raiford,is stationed have a nine-month-old daughter,
at Paris Island Marine Base. at Katie .

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Stu'I1psMark the Spot Where Lawtey's _Historic Oaks Once Stood


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remaining tribute to the "Chicago Colony"that
the were a
hovers over
Todd
If stately of Mary ever resided in Lawtejr. settled in Lawtey in the boos and did so muchto
mansion where the
once of the town in
influence the culture and progress
it will doubtless shed a t ***r two over the loss of a
historic avenue of spreadtafoaks that shaded the its formative years.

street leading up to her w f-. The person: most responsible for the trees was a
cultured E. Todd who with her husband -
lady Mary
Those ancient water oaks, some of which had a _
Dr. Edward A. Todd resided in a two-story :
destroyedby
already succumbed to old age and others of colonial-type home at the west end of Lake Street in
storm several ago, were the subject _
a years
Lawtey. It was approached for a hundred years __
controversy at a recent Lawtey Council meeting oaks under the
Coun- through an avenue of ,planted super
when Councilman Emmett Bright questioned vision of Mrs. Todd. Most of the trees were native
cilman Buster Bennett's action in paying $3,400 for stock, dug from the surrounding forests and _
the cutting down of 30 aging oaks in the city. replanted along Lawtey streets by Mrs. Todd and

Bright said this action violated an agreement her volunteer coworkers.The .
among members that no funds exceeding$500 be expended Todds were members of the so-called e '
by any council member unless approved in "Chicago Colony" a group of 33 Ohio citizens who 1 rypy'w t
an open meeting. Furthermore Bright said, the purchased sixty acres of land, compromising the
citizens of Lawtey should have had an opportunityfor heart of the present town of Lawtey, in the late
input in the decision to cut down so many 1870s. The tract was laid out into one-acre lots and
"historic" oaks. the colony members "drew straws" for their,loca

Mayor Robert Scott commented "We all did tions.
some sloppy business. We should have gotten

together we should have gotten together and got a Dr. Todd a practicing physician in his native Lake Street LeadingUp :...q '':. ';.t ': :!',. ;;(,,' .. .'!05
contract." Ohio, was also a banker, a state senator, a Union to Dr. Todd Home 'ICats.
Councilman Bennett agreed that the entire council soldier in the Civil War and a county commission _
should consider the cutting of trees in the future. chairman after moving to Bradford County. Lake Sued the Dr.
leading up to once stately Todd home in hind New Home
"I'm not making that decision any more" he Lawtey, is now an avenue of stumps rather than an avenue of ancient
For her efforts in improving the struggling and their cats have found a new
agreed. young Bonnie and Patricia Cowie
oaks. Some all of the trees in the did not
planted 1880s,
town, his wife soon became a Law Icy legend In her say oaks cut down along Lake
hollow recently
playhouse in one of the
few of the original need to be down but others
that there cut hazardous to
The fact is are just a argue they were
and known thinks the of
time "AuntMary"
affectionately as
own was Street in Lawtey. Councilman Emmett Bright price
.
"historic" trees left that at one time added a sense power lines during a storm and sometimes caused blackouts in '
of dignity and beauty to the streets of Lawtey and by young and old in her later years. Lawtey. $100 per tree was too high,.



Her story was told years ago in an essay was a rare thing to see even a scrap ol power lines serving the community.
etJlTOKlALSStarke by Lester Austin, which won first place in paper on the streets for any length of time. Others,including Lawtey Councilman Emmett .
a high school contest sponsored by the A story is told of how Aunt Mary arose ear Br gght, Sr.., reel i that many of themcould
U.D.C. ly one morning and caught a careless clerkin have been pruned of their dead limbs
- came to Lawtey in 1879. She possessed a street in front of a store. What she said to entire tree. Bright is also disturBed by the
him is not a matter of record, but he never
dynamic personality "forever idealistic fact that the 30 trees were cut down at a
and progressive. Wholly unselfish, she again repeated this offense, and later cost of $3,400 without authority from the
! on the MarkForYearofProgressin'87 thought only of others, the essay said. helped the ladies in their efforts to keep the entire Council. "The people of Lawtey

"She loved and taught beauty,culture,and streets clean. should have been given a chance to be
art." heard on a matter affecting the entire
Mrs. Todd also organized a reading cir
Soon after the Chicago Colony had taken cle, which soon developed a nice library town" Bright says. "The Council had
root, Mrs. Todd organized the Ladies for the town. She taught singing, music, discussed only the cutting of three trees at
Village Improvement Society of Lawtey. and sewing to the young people, refusing to a cost of" $75 each at our December
These groups were the predecessors of to- accept tuition for her efforts. Her talents meeting. he added.Councilman .
As City and County officials, businessand restoring them to the lively, attractiveareas day's Woman's Clubs, and Lawtey was the were)also! used to direct many fundraisinglocal Buster Bennett, who
professional men and women, they used to be, before the days of second town in Florida to have such an entertainments for various civic negotiated the tree cutting, says he thinks
visitors and guests gather for the an- shopping centers. organization. Aunt Mary served as its jects. pro the city got "a good deal"at$3,400, but ad
for which ded "I'm not that decision
nual Chamber of president 20 years, during time making any
Commerce banquet Developers of the Main Street the town was kept in such excellent more."
program Many of the beautiful old wooden homes
Saturday night, January 31, they will feel that the old, original sanitary condition that_ health officials built by the well-to-do Chicagoans have ....'
have every reason to look forward to a downtown commercial districts deserve rated it one of the cleanest towns in the "gone with the fires" in the century since

landmark year of progress for the coun- attention and assistance, since they state. they were built and became the scene of

ty and its municipalities. represent a tremendous investment anda Under Mrs Todd's leadership, streets happy family gatherings and the center foe" rrM
1987 will mark the lllth anniversaryof great potential for income for the city were designated and laid out with Gay '90s social functions. And now,most of

Starke's incorporation in 1876. if they can be restored to their former volunteer labor. She supervised the tree- the huge oaks that were so laboriously and
Membership in the Chamber of Com- usefulness.It planting movement procuring many of lovingly planted by the Village Improvement
merce is at its highest mark in theorganization's the young trees from native forests, ladies and their helpers are also
is felt that "Main Street" gives a gonewith only rows of unsightly stumps
them to the
by
history, making it wagon village, left
to remember them by.
necessary to hold the banquet at the town a local identity and "sense of and planted them where they (or their remaining -
new National Guard Armory at Camp place" so that tourists and travelerswill stumps) stand today. Opinions differ in Lawtey concerning!

Blanding in order to accommodate the have no doubt what town they are in The improvement society was so diligentin this latest onslaught on the trees. Some say
crowd expected at this annual gather- when they see the historic old buildingswell its prosecution of rubbish disposal that it they were victims of age and a threat to

cared for and still serving a useful

ing.As An attractive downtown is
the new gets under workon purpose.
year way,
evidence of what a community thinks of
two projects financed
by $1,150,000 itself. If the buildings rundown and
in Community Development Block are MaryE. Todd
Grants is getting under wayone for the the streets dirty and dilapidated, thetown's
image is damaged
Downtown Revitalization work and beyond
for the- one repair. Now is our chance to show the
; Housing Rehabilitation in
theast Starke.At nor- world that we really really)) care about Family RelationsTo

our community and want to make it at-
tractive for others. Be DiscussedTricha
the same time, the Bradford Coun-

ty Economic Development Corporationis ( What has already been accomplishedin f A. Biggers. Ph.D., will discuss
cranking up to launch its three-year the downtown area of Starke shows communication within the family at

program to attract new industry to the what can be done with cooperation of Southside Elementary School Cafetorium

county, financed by a $300,000 fund con- the community., A major step was the Tuesday Jan. 20, from 7 to 9 p.m.

tributed by county businesses and in- establishment of the Santa Fe College How to deal with anger in family rela

dustries. Charles D. McKeown, newly Starke Center in the Old Courthouse- tions will be the main topic of discussionwith

named executive director of this new project that has already paid big emphasIS on understanding the
and how to make it
phase of local development, is on the job dividends on the amount invested, and Instead of destructive. A questionand productive

to help promote Bradford County as an will continue to pay for many years to answer period will be included.
ideal site for new industry which the come.
EDC hopes will create at least a hun- There is no admission charge, and the
t general public Is invited.
dred new jobs in the county during the Juveniles and Guns I _'. I
next three years. Mr. McKeown is a

Certified Industrial Developer- of Benefit BarbecueClarence

twelve in the State of Florida. Within the past week, and within a Historical Society

60-mile radius of Starke, an 18yearoldLive Meets Tonight

All of these ingredients for progressare Oak youth was shot through the Lee (right) shows cookers Bobby McRae and Bill Po\\ellihe
coming together at a time when heart and killed by his 17-year-old bandaged thumb he acquired while cutting up chicken for last Friday's Early Land Grants in the Starke and
benefit barbecue for Powell's daughter Vanessa, now undergoing treatment Bradford County area will be the topic
Starke has just been approved as an friend, who pointed a gun at him and for cancer. presented by Bill Alderman of Bradford

Enterprise Zone which opens a whole fired, not knowing, he said, the gun was Tile and Abstract Co. at the Historical
new field of benefits and tax incentivesfor loaded; a 15-month-old boy in In- Lee says he gets lots of help from his friends and co-w orkers in staging Society meeting tonight (Thursday) in the
these
new and old businesses in the terlachen killed himself accidentallywith benefits which always raise a substantial amount for the SFCC Starke Center conference room.
beneficiary.Moro than 550 dinners were served last Friday, most of them
designated area. These are available to a .45 caliber loaded pistol found take-outs. Clay Electric Co-op, Powell's employer, was the luggest Old maps and plats will be shown and
encourage the revitalization of under the mattress in a bedroom wherehe customer of the day, ordering 150 dinners. early surveying methods, which were

"blighted areas in selected towns, and was playing by himself; and a Bill and Vickie Powell, Vanessa's parents, express their heartfelt often inaccurate, will be discussed.The .

enable new as well as old businesses to 10-year-old "first grader" in a Jacksonville thanks to everyone: who contributed to the success of the benefit in any public is i invited to attend:

create new job opportunities for the school was found carrying a .22 way.

community. caliber loaded pistol in his school book

Businesses in the zone are eligible for bag.

certain property tax credits, sales tax Such incidents, reported almost daily County Agent's Notebook ----. --, -By Bobby Taylort- -

exemptions, corporate tax credits, and in some part of the country, lend
other benefits in return for creating new .
credence to a report recently made by
jobs. Of the nine communities applying the Orange-Osceola County State Attorney's Each year, before cold weather arrives, problems on cold damaged camellias. The
for Enterprise Zone designation, Starkewas I write about cold protection for landscape Coping with Cold buds will either drop from the plants, or
office that children increasingly
are -
ornamentals.And open only part-way and show brown
ranked as No. 1. ,every year when a hard
committing crimes ranging freeze comes, I find that in spite of the mediately for some reason be centers. Leaf damage on camellias usually
Surveying for the $575,000 downtown from armed robbery to murder. very best intentions, many gardeners have cover what's left of your plant, to prepared to it isn't too much of a problem. Normally, as
improvement failed to take adequate protect new leaves come out in the spring, the old,
has already protection the
program next time the temperature below
drops
While the above incidents
started and the entire project is were at- measures. After each freeze I usually get freezing. damaged leaves will just drop oil the
scheduled for tributed to "accidents" rather than questions about what to do with freeze plants. _
next fall in
completion deliberate crimes never-the-Iess damaged ornamentals.This With of the tender
they some more landscapeand Whatever
time for the Second Annual Festival of you do, remember that if
the Arts, which had such a successfulfirst demonstrate the danger of guns week I'll discuss the kind of cold kill everything patio ornamentals above ,the severe soil line.cold-may But, you've already had some cold damage to

season last fall. This stimulating carelessly left around the house where damage most likely to occur on some of these plants (things like rubber plants, your landscape plantings, this is not the
project will include they can be found by juveniles. our most popular landscape plants,and offer philodendrons, and poinsettias may surprise time to relax your cold protection
street
period
lights
measures. Try not to
some ideas on what to do to help in- encourage any new
shoots in the
park benches, "Ten ago it was a shock to seea you by sending up new growth on plants
streetscaping, years jured plants recover. spring. So, don't give up on them until your at this point, and
crosswalks, underground wiring and irrigation 7, 8, or 9 year old come into the warmer weather arrives. keep them as warm as possible the next
for trees and When landscape plants freeze, the first time the weatherman predicts freezing
plants, and much criminal justice systemnow it's not, impulse of most gardeners is to get out the temperatures.
needed off-street Azaleas u Udii> kuilvi "VI'Will""': lo
parking for the the Orange-Osceola official said. Na-
pruning shears and cut away the dead and flower buds and stems. You'll certainly
downtown area.Property tionally, 1,311 youths under the age of 18 dying leaves and branches. But. this really notice bud damage at blooming time,when Finally, be a little philosophical. If you
owner in the Call Street were charged with murder last year. isn't such a good idea. As a rule, you can't the plants produce few or no flowers. lose one or two of your lender ornamentals
tell how much damage has been done until Stem damage will show later in the so what? Worse things could happen.
historic district which up spr
was placed on Studies have been made that purportto plants start new growth in the spring. If ing and early summer when some of the You now have the opportunity to add
the National Register of Historic Places show the behavior of children is not you prune right after a freeze,you may cut branches die.That will be the time for the something new to your landscape, consider
last year, are already responding to the influenced by the almost constant away live wood that doesn't have to be lost. pruning shears.Just cut out dead branchesas species native to our area that are
new atmosphere in the downtown area violence they see on movie and TV Also, the leaves and branches which have you find them, and always cut back to not as subject to cold damage as those that
by improving their buildings which already been killed can help protect the living wood. were lost to a freeze Anyway, with
are screens. But the increase in guntotingby rest of a plant against further cold thousands of plants to choose from, and 1 a
eligible for generous tax credits depen- juveniles would indicate that the damage. If you're( determined to prune im- Bud injury and leaf burn are common generally mild climate, who can com

ding on their age. Buildings that have Rambo syndrome is gaining acceptanceby plain? Well, maybe some of us just a little9
been vacant for years are now beginning and
the
young as an easy quick way
to fill up, and the appearance of Call without ,
to solve their problems, regardto THE -raRc T
Street already shows marked improve-
the consequences.Until AGAIN?
ment.It ToNt ttr is

is hoped that Starke will soon be this guns-mania wears itself T Ea. 1 _'

able to join in the National Main Street out- if it ever doesparents and others

program which is designed to assist entrusted with the care of children
towns such as ours to life into efforts to
pump should redouble their keep
their Belgium has been called the "Coek-pIt of Europe" because it's been the site of more European bank than
once thriving "Main any
Streets"
weapons out of the reach of juveniles. other country.







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'. Social I Sideof Club News Mimi Scott Julian White United In MarriageMimi


Not ice Shaunette Scott of Ft. gold ribbons. In her hair she wore low on her) ton'hfad and held<1 in back rangement of fresh flowers

the Church Items Lauderdale and Julian Far ring ton cascading.ivory and pearl petals. by ivory /petals and ;pearls and was highlighted by dendrobrium orchids

I White of Atlanta were married at Bridal dciiichableby, were the centerpiece for the food
attendants Robbm
News high noon on November 29, 1986 in were tables.
the Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church in Blackmon Karen Bell Yvette bride curried) a bouquet of
weddingsRercptions Perkins Rita Bryant Yolanda cascading unite rosebuds centered
Lawley with Kev.the Joseph double Pierceperl'ol'lI1ing Calhoun and Kathy Giles. They wore with an orchid and ivory and gold Assisting In serving the guests
ring similar tea length dresses were Ms. Mary Strong, Ms. Rachel
11dtt PartiesMr. matching ribbons. Mrs Henry Robinson. aunt
? ceremony.The that of the maid of honor. Each wore of the brldo 'iirl! 'ctad the weddingand Roland, Ms. Debra Roland Mrs.
1 similar and carried bou- Leonard Smith and Mrs. Fredrico
bride is the of Mr. headpieces presented the bridal party and
daughter
Dixon Sr. Mrs. Helen Lee and Mrs.
quets of orchids. The flower girls ,
,
the at the
happy couple receptionthat
and Mrs. Jimmie L. Scott of Lawtey \ Vernon Barber attended the
Tanisha gift
Moore and Thea Bell
were followed ut the/ Starke Golf &
and I the is the of Mrs.
son
.. groom dresses table.
I. _:' 'H'C. ;-r"'O--d-' 1M' A.- Ernestine, White of Atlanta. resembling those of icbriUcuinuiUi Country ( 'Jub."I t

wiin toe aduiiion ui n Music was provided by Ms. Randolph -
Iwlu Nuptial music was presented by lace neckline and sleeve trimmingand The clubhouse wis decorated with Steve Marshall and Eddie
+ s e Ms. Willie Mae Randolph, pianist; ivory satin from the assorted greenery, purple and ivory ThompkiiiS. Transportation for the
Iw an Ms. Cana Schmidt flutist; and Ms. aprons streamers and white ( oveK. Guests
same fabric: as the bride's. /gown.( couple was provided by E, Bernard
Alice Hudson. xolnist. were greeted by Ms Patricia Howe Zimmerman: of Ft. Lauderdale.
who also kept the In Id,?1) book
qr Live I'icus and palm trees in the best Merritt Victavius Clark served as The bride table 'is covered' witha

choir lolt provided a background for man. Groomsmen! were John bee cloth and I'nlerediiln! a Mimi, a graduate of Howard
Bolden Eric
IT the lovely decorations in the pulpit Turner Hampton Willie three-tiered ivory wadding, cake University, Washington D.C. and
Fredrico Dixon Jr., Enrico
urea of the church. The decorations featuring four larg while doves on Nova University of Ft. Lauderdaleand
\\4 consisted of an arch candelabra in Clure.Dixon All Alfeo Dixon, and Louie Mc- the posts supporting the top tier that Julian, a graduate of Morehouse
attired
were in
the center and a spiral candelabraon grey tuxedos held a porcelain/ bride and groom Collage, Atlanta and a field engineerwith
,
matching cummerbunds and
either side. Just below, at lloor bowties with which was surrounded by pearls and Honeywell will make their
level were tree candelabra on each The Ringbearers ivory were appointments Markus net from the bndov, wedding attire. home in Marietta Georgia.

end ill' the chancel rail with two
Robinson and Zamir Zimmermanand the cake silver
Flunking were
1 4 a fir beautiful live arrangements featur- page was Michael Robinson. candelabra and l burning tapers. !Ms. They are planning a delayed
f 1. I ing gladioli, spider mums and orchids Given in marriage by her father Susie Smith cut the cuke. Thegroom's honeymoon to the Hawaiian Islandsin
on pedestals. Each windowsillof the bride the early spring.Outoftown .
wore a specially designedfloor cake of chocolate with an
the church held large
purple
length fitted ol also flankedby
centerpiece'was
w bows. gown ivory; ivory guests included the
satin and Belgium Alt-neon lace with silver candelabra and a ball andchain.
Ms. Dawn Yolanda Scott served hand groom's mother, Mrs. Ernestine
sewn pearls. The .
1 her sister as maid of honor. She worea neckline and illusion bodice scalloped White of Atlanta; the bride's grand
tea length dress of purple char- fastened was mother, Mrs. Florence Z. Thorn-
by dainty pearl buttons! to Childhood pictures of the bride
Her V-necked dress featured pkins of Williston and other
mus many
just below the on'
waistline back and i
in groom were displayed! their
soil pirated sleeves and fitted relatives and friends'from Atlanta
a ;
1 where the ten-foot i.
train was joined table The champagne punch table
bodice with a dropped waistline forming The entire train was appliqued with was ci nt'Ted with a crystal punch
V in front and in back with
1 a alencon lace and handsewn pearls. bowl -'mounded' ( liy I rush: flowers Philadelphia; Stratford CN,; Ft.
rjA slight shirring on the hipline. She Polk Louisiana' Chattanooga TN
\ complimenting\ I the hl'lde's.chosen ; ;
curried a bouquet of dendrobrium Her lloor length layered veil, of color -ihi-mo of purple and ivory, as "'t. Lauderdale, Jacksonville
1r orchids accented with greens and pearl net fell from a headband ot were those surrnuridirm the fountain Lakeland, Winter Haven Miami,

gold all tied with purple, ivory and hand sewn pearls that formed a V flowing'i \ with I mil I pun n A lovely ar Williston and High Springs, Florida.

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1 Bradford!: Hospital MUX. uniform to this and all meetings.
Eastern Star Supper
J.O.Y. MeetingThe To Hear Program Bass ClubMembers
Starke Chapter 224 Order of the
J.O.Y. Sunday School Class Eastern Star will have a Family From Local Pharmacist Wanted

itiby4 will have their regular covered dish Night Supper Saturday January 17. Robert Autr \pharmacist at Mit Interested in joining a bass club?
luncheon January 16, 1987 at 12:00: at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. chell's Drug StOl C'. is scheduled to The Gatorland Bassmasters are
I ) noon. All senior citizens are invited. and their families
All Masons are speak on "Proper Use ol :Medica taking in new members at this time

1 r.i Pleasant Hope Meth. invited to attend. tions" at the jlelle..almePlmg ol the for the upcoming 1987 year. This is

Brsidlord Ho..plfaluxrlloLrY., to be not a professional club.
Plans Revival Jan. 18 held at B-.50( I1IJ1 Momlav, January Please call 964-7790 or 964-8160
Pine Hill MethodistTo !19! at the Western bU-oi, Itititaurant.WilmaJeln'I'irryn1'Idiii after 6:00 for more Informa-
:
'A revival is scheduled to begin at p.m.
7:30: p m. January 18, 1987 at Plea- Host Gospel Sing ; asks liolr. \.
all member 'lu uc.ir tlu-u auxiliary
sant I lope Congregational Methodist The Challenger Quartet ol Lake << ,.*****.**.***.".**********-*< *+********+****+**********
Church. Butler and local singers will he the*

Guest speakers for the occasionwill featured performers at the Pine Hill { IT'S A
BOY !
be Rev. W. J. Thornton and Congregational Methodist Church

Brother Donald Harris. Saturday night January 17. at 70: ,
Asti Nr The church is located on Hwy. 301 _
N N. across from S & W Muffler Shop. p.m.The church is located on Brow. nice*

Pastor Roger Hesters and Assistant Road past the Vo-Teeh.J: CONGRATULATIONS
ts
R 4 Pastor Jeanette Harris invites Refreshments will be served and 1 ..

i everyone to attend. pastor J. Parramore welcomes!

U.D.C. to Meet everyone : r
v a
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C. Women of St. Mark's Ji L I

have scheduled a meeting Monday. ? ova
The Women 1)1! st MnkJ!
January 19. at 11:00: a.m. at the Episcopal Church plan '0 mei-1 <"i : < c"TUDY JUDY

.. Western Steer Restaurant. Dutch Wednesday, January i\\ ,.n, m M'* .
& Julian .\\liile o
: :Mrs.
? treat luncheon will follow the a.m. at the parish hult. ****'* ,_.*. .**. ..................##.#...** #*.tf.*

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Joyce Bailey, Johnny Barker WedJoyce New ArrivalsTravis


Bailey of Lawtey and Fredia and Robert Sexton of Texas.A .

Johnny Barker of Maxville were reception the was held immediately at the Joseph DobbsMr. ot
following ceremony
married at 2:00: p.m. on December Ramada Inn on Lane Ave. in & Mrs. Joey Dobbs of Lawtey -
23, 1986 in Macclenny with services Jacksonville. proudly announce the birth of their I % ,J I U

performed by Jackie Kirkland. son, Travis Joseph born January 3, 1 0/

1987 at Alachua General Hospital. _
The bride is the daughter of Ber- Following a wedding trip to Mex-
Travis weighed 8 Ibs., 11 ozs.. and &
will reside in Max
nice Augustinous of Jacksonvilleand ico, the couple X +
20 inches long. He deliveredby
was was
Austin Bailey of Ooletawah, ville where the groom is a super-
Dr. Michael Lukowski.
TN., and the groom is the son of visor at Gilman Paper Mill. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. 'S9MI

M.C. Kelley of Lawtey. Maternal N'.IRYrnuRUnnlr

I Brooker News great-grandmother is Maggie

Hodges, also from Lawtey. YIIIwy
Paternal grandparents are Mr & V

By Sue Davis duct a meeting concerning future Mrs. Casey Dobbs Sr., of Jackson- 1 INYYRII

of the elementary ville. 'INAINIMIS
grade grouping i \J
Around Town.. schools in Bradford County. Cur- Ronald Jeremiah Dowling 25% OFF ALL
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Williams of rently, Starke Elementary and
enroute to West Southside teach through the 5th Ronald & Darlene Dowling of
Woodbury, GA, Diamond fashion; MIN Y4111fAINTW /
Palm Beach stopped over with Mr. grade, Brooker Elementary through6th Lawley proudly announce the birth Rings '199

and Mrs. Dale Polk for several days. and Lawtey and Hampton ot their son Ronald Jeremiah, born through the 7th grade. December 5, 1986 in Humana

Mrs. Jeanette Prescott and son Hospital of Orange Park. Ronald Priced! from '189
Jeremiah weighed 8 Ibs., 1 oz., at !
home after 't
Johnny, have returned There is much concern that these birth. ) IN
visiting with her son, E6 Denver differences need to be changed so all Maternal ..,. ... : '. I'r. : '149

Prescott, and family at Tindell Air elementary school are uniform The Nathan Harold grandparents Starling of Lawteyand are ...'.T. .\ F:.t, ,

Force Base near Panama City dur- School Board will be making long Yvonne McDaniel of Starke. ,.,). -, ...." ..>"" ,

ing the holidays. range decisions in the months to Paternal grandparents are Mr. & :J ".. :... ..; -
come, and the public input is neededon Mrs. Roy E. Dowling of Jackson !! -
Fern Parrish of Parrish and Betty this matter. All parents are in- ville. I /ot'/

Hunter of Lutz were recent guests of vited to come and take part in this O /' 11 NINMN1N11. ChM
Mrs. Jeanette Prescott.Mr. discussion. The meeting will be heldin Ryan Craig O'Neal : ':;' : ; (: i) I 'F '' I nw '24' nl,1n

Stalnaker and the school cafeteria. I Tudy and Judy O'Neal of Starke ; / .....w '499 .., "..

and Mrs. Tony happily announce the birth of their

sons, Philip and Matt enjoyed the A March of Dimes Champions son, Ryan Craig born January 11, W
New Year holiday with her mother, reading program is under way at 1987 in Gainesville. SOLITAIRE ENNHANCERS
Mrs. Sarah Grinner, and family at asked to encourage (
BES. Parents are Maternal grandparents are Bill & v\tiItiIIrARthti: : 1 /IMXWR '
..
Safety Harbor. their children to check out Fayp Crouse of Lawtey. Maternal "I" "" .'.129. .." R "299. ..." ...
books from the school library and great-grandmother is Ellinore ...
We are sorry to hear Zedra participate in the program.The of Houston, TX. '799 49." ; : .
Ursery
e
Hamilton is a patient in the North Paternal'grandparents are Jewel ..."......
in NA"X IYR IIR"
Florida Regional Hospital second grade teacher Mrs. O'Neal of Starke and Larry O'Neal 1/ R

Gainesville and that Everette isHospitalntWe Cindy Lawrence, would like to take also of Starke. Paternal great- 1 ,.,' .,_. '', .. '+ z./ aCgnp,1a
Crawford of Worthington Springs this opportunity to thank all the grandparents are Ernest 4 Opal r' 4j- I 'A1..r' '599
IIXItIIN1,1
Butler ,
Lake
the who contributed the lovely Hendricks of (
parents Allen and Virginia .. ,.
both a 1w ""
them "
wish assortment of goodies for success of Starke; Tobie O'Neal of Lawtey. t h12 9 1790a .....
speedy recovery. the childrens Christmas party last : d: '149 ..! ..r.o: .
month. As a special\ treat the group Kasey Henee EavesMr. ". .,1 ,1N ,
said her ,41T N'
Fussell l
Mrs. Joann enjoyed breaking a pinata. & Mrs. Jay Eaves of Lawtey The Classic .; '595
father, Ru';.ell Green Is slowly The children are back in class and proudly announce the birth of their s

responding to treatment at the are hard at work. The reading of daughter, Kasey Renee, born Ladies Solitaire
Memorial Regional Rehabilitative is In math the g tillllKiiJfrom : ; ; P
everyone progressing. 6 1987 at Riverside
January ,
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Jacksonville. I'KAKI: s
Center in students are studying place value. Hospital in Jacksonville. 149 ,

The second graders have become Maternal grandparents are Mr. & 44" .. : ,.? / !' Diamond! I ,Iola.
of '
and Mrs. Paul Snider BES science ,,: ;:'
Mr. very interested in the Mrs. Octavian Nicula of Lawtey. fi:' "" '
Suwannee were recent overnight unit on earth'and space. Using the Paternal grandparents are Mr. & \ '499' I' Fashions _.
guests of Mr. and Mrs Jake Keene. orbiter students are learning what 9. l
Mrs. A. J. Eaves III of Starke. .. .-41. '" ...
'
causes the seasons as well as night L. C. tin oJ 1129K .
Paternal is Mrs.
.
grandmother .
Nice to see Harlon Hodge home and day, and know the meaning of Early of Starke. lOk "...e..... '149"" .,. ..,.1'01' ,,, 1J

after surgery In the Shands Hospitalin equator, axis, orbit and rotate. .", ,. -'"
Gainesville last week. Robert Dean Crosby I.k ',.....' '299" .-. '"249''' I ''r' .:. '3.

'The computer lab is now completewith Richard P. & Lisa Crosby of '899'"' ,. .' R.,.,, .sf''J) ,,, : ..: II .. I AI
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School Activities... eight computers. The school Hawthorne announce the I/ grrM .' 'I...
proudly I. / ,
Principal Bill McRae announcesthat has been very fortunate to have so birth of their son, Robert Dean,born IlK ,?,.- fl,995'"' ". r... .r; 1'It J ek
Bradford School Board much equipment in good working in
new January 3, 1987 in Shands Hospital INU
member Evelyn Chastain will be at order. At present students are conti- Gainesville. Y 4PRONGUIAN

the Brooker Elementary School nuing to work on building up the software Maternal grandparents are Mr. DIAMOND ACCESSORIES: I '; \ EARRINGS PESANTS
fAMIM.ll' M RuN +
Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7 pm to con- library Ellis Griffis of Lawtey and Mrs. Lin- fl ItRTV .rr TW M* $59

da Dixon of Starke. Maternal great- I'MNIANr Ir r { W.ttnr ... $99
7 grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Hubert f NIIANI tK '' C $i
1 4 Yrr rw 11R $279IM
"I tIEED o r //J1 Griffis of Raiford and Mr. & Mrs. tt. .W2 h .f ; "jewriiy-iJlGift. ( .nTa $499
TI4bUSA tJ D t s) Hubert Cooper of Starke. Il
) 1r \l inc.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & w11XN,,,,,'X1X 4N Gallery' FVNttANT* M N.
Mrs. Richard L. Crosby of Brooker. $49ln
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L rluA.le. Paternal great-grandparents are 2..r1..A.. .,. ::.u 11 -- r- 964-7271 II. w $"
,( lf .:;1t1D4W.CaIlSLS'lril.' .e:1': >
and '
X--- Mrs. Hazel Carlton of Starke 349" IlZ M tT1W $279

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Lori Ann Corbett School Menus
Robert
A. Thomas B radfri Illlr.a..1IIi6&Ir S'Iea7a.na.y .

.NW..ahaa..lm' ...uplt.ma, milk
Exchange Vows rnmnakmmury., .._..m.W.ro arum.,,
Wedding Dec.
13 omllk.---I,ittnmUMtt utte w/tanne.bMEiut-

.m..m.-emeo.m.aes.a.airry.m." _
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Lori Ann Corbett and Robert Allen father, was best man. Ushers were
wedding bells. The punch table t..rasu. (IMSmtrlas.U t Hum.lfc .lt Iltmillenn.ra.ii.ie. "--0 ,
Thomas, both of James Thomas, Larry Thomas covered in lace,had an arrangement .milk.a ..
DarlenbGeorgta
were wed at 6:00: Bryan Stephens, Wesley Griffin anJDogple of poinsettias and lighted tapers. PoWhn' +d'ru.nwt pDaa,
13, 1986 In the Darken Church of _Howard Sharon Kittles cut the cake and _wowne aarsmmnaenumsumwe..ao. .u
*m Hat lluMhor.wE Ism.atif1ig11SYaw1*
Christ in Darien, GA, with Thomas Diane Thomas kept the bride's'-*.
S. Broome conducting the service. Given in marriage by her father Assisting with the serving were....- .
the bride wore a traditional gown 01 cia Hodge and Janet Conley. Mnul.na *lmtmiy stilt"..*uw r gra-y.: __
The bride Is the daughter of Mr. sheer m.-. ms.r.rlmeawl..V.hn.ulm4, .. .
nylon crystal organza. The fitted Following strip to>>Jekyll Island, p... m.drym.num
and Mrs.Billy Corbett of Darien and bodice featured a stand-up collar the couple will reside in Darien,GL s { -: nUltIIPo4Ihftft""IIIt., I ..
formerly of Starke.The groom is the and had mutton sleeves enhanced The bride is the niece Of flay __rWWM.ppM" _..UM mils. ;
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce with appliques of lace, seed pearls Thomas, Woodrow Thomas and:Mr. MMd.s.a+.akmhm..wp.h.alr-..t.
Thomas of Crescent, GA. and sequins. Matching lace & Mrs. TJ. Corbett of Starke. She urtltHW*dlMt,anwMtomiy altaUuJM;crauluri,.
Nuptial music was provided by medallions adorned the skirt omllk.
flowing received the RJ. scholar 'I..d.w' OtnMMiutwn.{ femlk Mni. fan'
Mrs. Shirley Brown of Darien. which ended in a flounce and extended shipandwassel Reynolds '.Wh angp. mm.miHiUtanlM .
Into a chapel length train, Among American High School!: .s_ emmmnaIraWs.
and white with
Red poinsettias and senior
rrh Students her junior
yearand
greenery highlighted the church Her waltz lengttxveil! illusion fell
is attending Brunswick Jr.College \- ,
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decorations. A candelabra with from a Juliet cap adorned with matching and is employed part-time at 1huniItmo..nl HHulMMwttiimma..
lighted white tapers was the center lace, seed pearls and sequins. Sears. := ( gin*, fcmoito tumt,. .
piece with lighted candles in the win- The bride wore pearl and diamond .....,_..,, nrnvrWiiK.taman) ehmnffilBii mmiir iuutf ttwnttoumnm
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d dows. Red bows marked the pews. earrings as her adornment.The The groom is a graduate of:macintosh ,qua.anmmtnummiim min.mda.nuar
Robin York of Starke, the bride's bride carried a cascading bou- Co. Academy and is employed Ohwrttuoxmt. mmHttntn, grant*
cousin, served as maid of honor.She quet of red and white roses, white by West Building Supply. Ilium,ip nut.. ,imniiilliiinii. ..tomato bmPulton >.
wore a Christmas red gown with em- carnations, baby's breath interspersed TUnmnmr UNrouml!Pay_
broidered bodice, off the shoulder with greenery and white
pouffed pleated sleeves, with satin streamers.A .
gathered skirts and tie sashes mark-
ing the waist. She carried a smaller reception followed at the
version of bride's bouquet. Darlen's Lion Club which was
decorated throughout in the WELCOME
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Christmas theme. Red and white I
Bridal attendants were Pamm
poinsettias were used with red
Sanner, Debra Hord, Trina Todd,
candles Christmas wreath and
I II Ir Sandy Deal and Sebrina Thomas. a 11 KASEY
They wore similar dresses matching scones with. red tapers over the RENEE EAVES

I that of the maid of honor. They carried fireplace.The

bouquets similar to the bride's. bride's table was covered witha
The flower girl was Heather white lace tablecloth and centered
Young with James and Jesse Town- with a three-tier wedding cake. The L JANUARY 6. 1987
send serving as ringbearers. first tier of the cake held fresh I

Robert Thomas, the groom's flowers! :_and..the top! .tier doves and

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St. John Baptist Church of Lawtey with Edward W. Hamilton, Bobby
was the setting for the ceremony Louis Hampton, Stockton Sherman,
uniting Chrisandra Louise Hamiltonof Tony Robinson, Lonnie Hamilton
Tallahassee to Benjamin Franklin and John Hamilton Jr., brother of
Stephenson,Jr., also of Tallahassee. the bride, serving as ushers. /
Elder Daniel L. Bright officiated for Keisha Hampton cousin of the Sportswear
the ceremony held at 2:00: p.m. on bride and Alexia Stephenson,
Saturday, December 13, 1986. The daughter of the groom, were flower
bride is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. girls. They wore floor length dressesof Dresses
Irie John Hamilton, Sr., of Lawtey. royal blue debutante accented ,
The groom is the son of Mr. Ben with white, lace tie sashes. Their hair
jamin Stephenson, Sr., and Ms. was dressed with royal blue and Winter '
Gussie Stephenson of Ft. Lauderdale white flowers along with their flower

Fla. baskets.
An arch candelabra holding burn- Ring bearer, Benjamin F Robes &
ing tapers and flanked on either side Stephenson II, son of the groom,
by tree candleabras, was centeredby wore a dark blue Eton suit accented
a sunburst spray of white carnations with royal blue. lie carried a white Gowns BOYS
accented with royal blue and heart-shaped ring pillow.
gold. A kneeling prayer bench com- Following the ceremony a reception Sweaters- & GIRLS
pleted the rostrum decorations was held at the Starke Woman's
which were beautifully offset with Club with catering by Oleeta Selection of
fresh green palms and flowers. Hardenbrooke. The club was -
Family pews were marked with decorated with palm trees, blue and -
white bows. white bells and silk flowers. 2 50/ JACKETSSHIRTS
Nuptial music was provided by Inviting guests to sign the bride's Off
Willie Mae Randolph, Alice Hudson, book was Kim Hampton, assisted by
Lynette Jackson. Steve Marshalland Velesa Hampton. Sebrina Smith and
Lois Moore. Corey Roberts. .
The bride, escorted to the altar by The bride's table, decorated with I JOGGING SUITS
her father, wore a gown of white white linen and overlaid by white
satin with full length sleeves and full lace was centered with a three. j
skirt with train, stand-up neckline tiered wedding cake topped with a PAJAMAS
with sheer net overtop; the gown bride and groom and the groom's
was accented with embroidered lace cake. The bride's bouquet accentedthe
and seed pearls. To compliment her table adornments of fresh blue& & ROBES
outfit the bride chose a wreath head- white carnations green ferns and
piece with a veil of sheer net accented blue bows. The cake was made and ,
with seeded pearls. Her cut by Sandra Pennell with Mrs.
adornments were pearl and dia-. Kim McDuffie assisting with the ser
mond earrings belonging- her ving.
mother. The punch table was dressed witha
The bride carried a cascade bou white lace tablecloth centered by a
quet of orchids, bridal white roses punch bowl surrounded by white 25%
and stephanotis interspersed with carnations and green ferns. Serving
gold ribbon. the punch was Gloria Cleveland,
Turosia Evette Sherman was bride's aunt and Olivia Scott.
matron of honor.She wore a dress of The guests were greeted in the
royal blue and white made from an receiving line by the bride's mother,
elegant debutante nylon material.Her wedding party and guests.
hair was adorned with royal Gifts were accepted for the bride f -
blue and white flowers accented and groom by Dorothy Maddox, SELECTION OF LADIES'& MENS
of She Harridell Bright and Margaret
with a touch gold. carried a .
bouquet of white, blue and red Bryom of Orlando. A video of the }
flowers accented with a touch of event was a gift by Mr. & Mrs. JesseJ. n
gold. The bouquet was made by the Moore and Brenda Montgomery, %
bride's mother. sister of the groom. Shoes 25
Attendants were Sandra Green After spending five days in New Off
f Kathy Griffin, Lois Moore Harriett Orleans, LA, the bride and groom . . .
Davis. Lorraine Hamilton and will live in Tallahassee.The i
dresses bride attended FSU and is
Their
Judith F. Johnson.
were royal blue and made from the working for Vocational Rehabilitation Serving Bradford County Since 1911
in Tallahassee. The at
same material as the matron of groom
honor. Their were also tended Florida A&M and was
headpieces
similar to that of the matron of formerly employed by Southeast
carried bou- Bank of Miami. He is in the accoun-
honor. The attendants StoreBradford

I quets mother.also made by the bride's ting Special business.guests were the groom'saunt Stumps .Bept.

best man and cousin from New Jersey.
Michael Watkins was
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January IS, 19117 TKt.Kt.KMnt Place 7A

Starke Elementary ..

Teacher of the Week, ,".."once'.nd'TTslied Asia, Alaska and Mrs. Patterson's Class ,ft4,,,,,1' "Parent-need to sign the permUeloa NOWOPEN I

Miss Joanle Europe.She abu mi m that she comes Special recognition goes to,these"',';.... Blip*nd return with 50 cents toyowr'chiltj'aleather .
Whitehead from a big family ami enjoys it. bpellingsuperstars: Robbie Basset:" by Thursday,
Miss Joanie Whitehead teaches a Jeff Chitty, Jason Clemons, Donald' January 22. ? BARNEY & ME
fifth grade class of Mrs. Kim Scott ,
Jessica
boys and girls at Hardy, Bennett, LeAnn Fifth Grade
Starke Elementary. Miss Whitehead Mrs. Kim Carlton and Julie Walker. News
Scott is
went to school at Bradford High She Starke Elementary. Mrs.a ncher Scott at Each year, students ,in Grade S Experienced Merchandise Plus More
went to college at Florida State born and raised in was From the Principal: compete for the annual school spelling
University where Peuiamtma bee. This it will be held in 139 E. Call
she got her Beach, Florida. She went to college Dear Parent: year Street
Bachelors of Science degree. at Santa Fe Community College and Starke Elementary students will our cafeteria on Jan. 29 at 8:30: a.m. Downtown Starke 964-4929
Miss Whitehead's hobbie include the University of Florida. view the movie, "An American All- parents are invited.
reading and bike riding. She also Scott Tale". Students; will compete in the
hobbies Thursday
a are tennis, or Friday,January New & Used
likes Merchandise
to watch old movies. Miss aerobics and swimming. Her 29 and 30.Studenta. classroom Thursday Jan. 22. -
Whitehead's favorite holiday Is favorite holiday is Christmas. Mrs. are asked for a 50 cents Each class will be represented by
Labor Day. Her birthday is Sept. 14. Scott started teaching at our school donation to cover the movie, popcorn four students.The students will compete All
Miss Whttchmid wai in the Army in 1985. and. a coke. from Mrs. Emma Strong's, Kinds of Quality Goods
.
Mrs. Barbara Reddish's, Ms. Joanie

SO FILED WILL Bl FOREVER IARREDPublication Whitehead's and Mrs Joy & Crafts on Consignment
NOTICI OF ELECTION of this Notice h.begun Tetstone's fifth !grade class! ? .

TOWN OF BROOKER on January 15, 1'17. The school spelling bee winners --. _.-..._.
THI TOWN OF IROOKER will hold will in the bee
-
Legal P.r.on.III'p.totlv.: compete county on ------
general election for the following office March 11 in the school board office
PAUL MAYP.O.
on Tuesday February 17th 1987 Bex 153LAWTEV Barney Says "Come On In
COUNCIL.GROUP IV Mrs. Jetstone's Class
Poll will be open from 7:00 a.m. until ,FLORIDA 3201B and Let's Get
7:00 p.m., at Town Hall Breaker, Attorney for Personal Representative. We really enjoyed the 4-H Aquainted"ALL
NoticesINVITATION Florida. EUGENE F. SHAW demonstration by our students, Can- .
925.1 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUI die Norman Stephanie Sellers and
Linda Robinson
Clerk to Council STARKI Fl 32091 Dana Newsome. They demonstrated TYPES OF FINE JEWELRY (Old) ..,
I/IS 2tchg 1/22 Telephone: ((904)) '....52DO how to make doughnuts to the class. (Turquoise Black Diamond _
TO BID 1/1'2teligl/22, Stephanie showed longjohns, Candie Copper)
The City el Storks Community, 'showed glazed doughnuts and Dana State Spoons '
Development Office will receive bide far showed doughnut holes. The Sterling Silver
the purchase of a slnglewlde' mobile UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT children
really enjoyed eating the Justin All Leather Products
IN THE
ham. with specification .. follows CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
treats. Mrs.
th... JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR JACKSONVILLE Newsome took picturesof
are the minimum specification! DIVISION the girls and their final products LOW LOW PRICES -
BRADFORD
14' m 7Vs 3 BR 1% both (minimum site) COUNTY FLORIDA Court No.86-300-Clv-J-te tQ show the 4-H club.
Copper Wirealuminum CASE NO.I 16.401-CAIN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
siding RC: The Marriage of Plaintiff

heat pump central air and h..t JERRY BATES VS.
gas stave, electric hot watar heater Husband ARCHIBALD H. WILLIAMS, and .
minimum of 10" frame (l-Boam) and TRACEY S. WILLIAMS his wife; CITY OF LAWTEY
2" x 6" on 16" center floor olst| BLANCHE BATES et. al..
minimum of S/B' plywood floor. Wife Defendant.
2" 4" on "" center sldewalls NOTICE OF ACTION: NOTICE OF SALE PROPOSED
le" centers on rafters CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: NO PROPERTYTO Notice Is hereby given that pursuant 86-87 BUDGETTHE
sheetrock construction on Interior JERRY BATESIIESIDENCE to a Final Judgment entered on .
walls UNKNOWN December 22, 1..6 by the above entitled
totally furnished upgrod. furniture YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Court In the above styled cause, the
package dissolution of marriage ha been filed undersigned United States Marshal or PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPEN-

Bid Is to Includ. delivery and setup against you and you are required to any of his duly authorised deputies will
within the City of Starke city limits. serve a copy ef your written defenses Ifany sell the property situate In Bradford DITURES OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA ARE 48% MORE THAN
Bids will b. received on Tuesday to It on Eugene F. Shaw Wife'. .,. County, Florida, described as:
January 20 1917 10 a.m.. Grant Office, whose address Is 925-1 NorthTempe Lot Seven ((7)) Block 16. KEYSTONI LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.
108 East Call Street Slor...., Florida Bid. Avenue, Starke. Florida 32091, CLUB ESTATES Unit 1, according to plat
.hould be sealed and marked "19BS on or before February 12, 1917 and file thereof recorded In plat book 3 page f of The
CDBG Housing Relocation Mobil. home alther the original before with service the clerk Wile's of this court the public records of Bradford County, previous notice placed by the City of
on attorneyor
purch... Florida
For further Information contact Undo default Immediately will be entered thereafter against; otherwise for a at public outcry to the highest and best Lawtey has been determined by the Department of
you bidder
Day or Jim Dasher 9&4-S902. for cash at the hour of 1200:

ills ItchgIN the DATED relief on demanded this 6 January In the petition.1987.GILGERTS. front o'clock door Noon entrance on February of IB th*1987 Bradford at the Revenue to be in violation of the law,

BROWNAs County Courthouse at Starke, Florida.Dated .
Clerk of the Court necessitating this second notice.TERWILLEGAR
THi CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH BY Beulah : December 31. 1986. .
: MoodyAs
JUDICIAL Richard L. Cow Jr.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Clerk

BRADFORD COUNTY.CASCNO.B7-S-CA FLORIDA. 1B4tchg129NOTICE Deputy Middle United District States ef Marshal Florida a.... ......... .............................................--...--.....--

IN RE: Th. adoption of Dorothea Beone !
KIMBERLY DIANE MICHAElS OF INTENTION TO Assistant United States Attorney MOTORS
a minor.NOTICE REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Attorney for Plaintiff i
OF ACTION Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida 1/15 4tchg 2/5
TO: PATRICK GEORGE MICHAEIS. JR. Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN undersigned Hartley and Hartley Inc., Presents the Best Car Buy x
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for doing business under the firm name of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND i
the'adoption of a minor child has b..n Home Sweet Home, In Alachua, Marion FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.
filed and you are required to serve a Bradford and Columbia Counties, CASE NO.: 86-275-CA in America !
copy of your written defenses. If any, on Florida, Intend to register said fictitious DIVISION:
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.. petitioners' attorney name under the provisions of the SOUTHEAST MORTGAGE COMPANY i
who. address I. P.O. Drawer aforesaid Statute. Plaintiff
93B, Starke. Florida 32091 on or before DATED at Gainesville. Florida, this 16 vs.
February 24 1987 and file the original day of December 1986.HARTLEY CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE and JUDYR. 1987GL 0
with the clerk of this court either before AND HARTLEY INC. KNIPE his wife,
.rvlc. on petitioners' attorney or Immediately Cheryl F. Hartley, SecretaryLisa
thereafter; otherwise adefault C.Hartley, President Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE :
will.be entered against you for 12/254tchg 1/15 Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
the relief demanded In the petition. an order of a final judgment ef'foreclosure Sport Sedan 2 Door I
w WITNESS nty! hWid and IHo sal of this -- entered In the above cop- ..
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Honed action, I will sell the -
court on this 13th day of January, 19B7 property .
REGISTER situated In Bradford Florida, _
GILBERT S. BROWN,CLERK County .
BYl Linda L. Pearca FICTITIOUS NAME described as .
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida lot Block a
Clark 9. I. PINEHAVEN accordingto .
Deputy
lIS4lchg2SNOTICE Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the plat thereof In Plat Book 2, Page 65, .
undersigned E.C. VAUGHN III, 140 S. public records of Bradford County .
Thompson St., Starke, Flo. 32091 sole Florida; .
C. BYRON TERWILLEGAR III has made owner, doing business under the firm at public sale, to the highest and best
application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION far name of Creative Cabinet Works 140 S. bidder for cash at the front entrance of i
Nursing and Convalescent Home, f S to Thompson St.. Starke, Flo. 32091 Intends the Bradford County Courthouse In
the Starke Board of Adustment| on property to register said fictitious name Starke, Florida, between 11:00..m, and i
that Is Classified R2A and described under the aforesaid statute.
2:00 on March 2. 1987.
below: Dated this 30 day of December A.D. p.m. GILBERT S. BROWN !
9.06 Acr. In West Slarke off W. 1916 In Bradford County. Clerk of the Circuit Court 'rlG
Madison St., Parcel 04073.00000. excepting III 41pd 1/29 BY: Beulah Moody <
East 100' X 397*, and Parcel Clerk
04062 oo in S.ctlon 29,Township 6 S., NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1/15 Deputy 2tchg 1/22
Range 22 E. REGISTER
Th. Starke Board of Adjustment will FICTITIOUS NAME : I I2.3L
conduct public hearing at their r.gular Pursuant ta Section 865.09 Florida NOTICE OF AUCTION
meeting h.ld at 7:30 p.m.. In lh. Council Statutes, notice is hereby given that the NOTICE I. hereby given that on Mon
Room of Starke City Hall Thompson undersigned, Mao I. Lee, Shou-Chlng day, January 26, 1987 at 10:00: o'clock BUY O THE YEAR !
Flnoda.' an Thursday
, Street, Starke. Trlckel 800 N. Tempi Ave., Starke, A.M" the undersigned Gator
January 29 I9 7.At Fla.. joint owner, doing business under Freightwoys, Inc will sell at public
auction HSO E.F.I
? engine. P185 70R14 Performance 14"
Tires Aluminum
all will b. heard Spoked Wheels Performance
,
,
this time persons the firm name of lee's Restaurant 100 for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville .
concerning this application .. ipeclfled. N. Temple Ave., Starke. Fla., Intends toregister Fla. 32205 one lot of auto accessories Suspension Package, AMIFM Stereo Cass. w/Premium Sound. Gas Struts, A/C. i

In the toning cod.Director of the Starke city Id.of Stark af Adl.|. said fictitious name under the consigned to Grandprix Collection Tinted Glass, Light Group, Sports Instrument Cluster. Black Leather Wrapped Wheel,
aforesaid .
statute.Datad Palm Beach Fla., cue lot of
I/IS Itchg this 6 day of January, A..D. 1987 receptacle, consigned to Florida Air Sport Bucket. Seats, 5 Speed Manual Trans.

In Bradford County motive, Inc.. Lontanna. Flu. one lot of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR III",chg 1/29 sofa consigned to E. Downs, Singer
REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Island Fla. to satisfy freight and
THE LAND USE PLAN storage charges, under the provisions of 10,245.0 YOURS FOR
An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive NOTICE OF AUCTION Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of
Land U.. Plan Element and NOTICE is hereby given that on Monday Lading. Ford Disc 911.00
map by City of Starke. Florida. In accordance January 19 1987, at 10.00 o'clock Pro. 14.782998 dtd 11/4/86 $1595
with the local Government Comprehensive a.m., the undersigned Gator Pro. 01.948425 did 11/13/86 Terwillegar 9334.00)
Planning Act of HIS .. provided Frelghtways, Inc,. will sell at public auction Pro. 14,782266 dtd, 10/24/86 Disc TOTAL
for In Chapter 163 of the Florida for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier Motors 684.00 $8650
Statutes. Fla.. one lot of stereo comp, racks, ll32tchg122NOTICE
TO: All Citizens Taxpayers and oth.r speakers, consigned to Nelson Primus, -- --- -- ----- $865000 DISCOUNT
Interested persons: Miami, Fla; one lot of 7 cartons of
You and .ach of you are hereby and radio., consigned to Consumer' OF INTENTION !
herewith given notice 'In accordance Warehouse, Jacksonville, Flo; one lot of TO REGISTER
with Florida Statutes that the Board af Ions elect exh/vent consigned to FICTITIOUS NAME i
City Commissioners of Starke, Florida, Causeway Lumber Co., Ft. Lauderdate, Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida !
have designated the Stark Zoning and Fla.; one lot of air conditioner unit consigned Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the i
Planning Board to conduct public hearing to Lennox Industries, Orlando, undersigned Llmmle L. Mosey a Daniel = WE NEED YOUR
Morrison Foley Rt. 4, Box 123 Slar...., 3 Yr. Unlimited Mileage
at a regular' meeting ..Id at 7:00: Fla, to satisfy freight and storage i
p.m. In the City Commission meeting charges, under the provision of Section Fla., 32091 joint owners. doing business USED CAR & TRUCKS
room Starke City Hall Starke, Florida 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. under the firm name of The Slab Rt. 4. Powertrain Warranty !
on Thursday. January 29, "'7. and Pro. 14-782913 dtd 11/3/86 Box 65S, Stork, Fla., 32091 Intends to TOP SSS PAID
make. a recommendation ta the City of 14-783118 DTD 11/5/86 register said fictitious name under the :j; from Ford FREE! !
Starke Commissioners and the Board Pro. 03-939736 dtd 11/6/86 aforesaid statute i
will consider on Tuesday. February 3. Pro. 02-750520 dtd 10/23/86 Dated this 23 day of December. A.D.
1917 et the sam sold plate at 7:30 p.m..n Gator Freightway. Inc., CarrierIe 1986 In Bradford County. I
I/I 1/22
4tehg
Ordinance relating tot 2tchg I/IS
The rezoning of the following described
property and amending the Comprehensive IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR NOTICI OF INTENTION I
land Use Plan la providethat BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA TO REGISTER Rent a Fine Ford Vehicle
lands currently moned IIA and PROBATE DIVISION FICTITIOUS NAMI
the .. Singlefamilyld File Number 86.88CFDIvl.ion Pursuant to Section BeS.09 Florida
designated by plan from Us Today! Rent
that the
a space-conservallon. be 1-3774 Statutes, notice Is hereby given
open and designated Multifamily IN RE ESTATE OF undersigned Lillian I. Orlffls. 90S W. i
rezoned ta R2A.
the properly of C. BYRON TER. NELLI B. HARRIS HARLIY Madison Street Starke. FL, 32091 ale the All New Aerostar XL Wagon
WILLEGAR III. described .. follows! *.04 Deceased owner doing business under the firm i
acres located In West Stark oH 1123 W. NOTICI OF ADMINISTRATION name of Pleasant Volley Care Center.
905 W. Madison ,51'_. Stark. Fl.
Madison Street, Parcel 04073-00000 excepting The administration of the estate of
the East lOff X 397. and Parcel NELLI B. HARRIS HARLEY, deceased File 32091 Intends to register said fictitious !
.00000. In Section 29 Township* S.. )Number-/6 CP., I I. pending In the Clr. name under the aforesaid, stetute. .,
Range 22 I., far Nursing and Convalescent 'cull Court for BRADFORD County Dated this 19th day of December A.D. Please Welcome !
Ham with Special Exception It In Florida Probate Division the address of Ml* In Bradford County. : 0
which ,Is BRADFORD COUNTY COUR 12/2S4tpdl/li
R2A.
You ere further given NOTICI that e THOUSI NORTH TEMPLI AVI.. STARKI. NOTICI INTENTION MIKE O'CONNOR as our Manager in Keystone e
copy ef said proposed ORDINANCE I. FL 32091. The name and addresses of TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS
available far your Inspection at the Office the personal representative' and the per NAMI
and Plann tonal are set Call Today!
attorney
of the Director ef Zoning representative' Pursuant le Section eeS.O. Florida
ing. Bradford County Courthouse, forth below.1 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
Florida. Interested" persons are required to
Sterke. undersigned, J.I. Hardy Auto Solos
loch end every person having any interest file with this court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS Inc.. 1320 N. Temple Av*.. Stark. Fla.. .
whatever In the enactment of this OF THI FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
sole owners, doing business under the
proposed ORDINANCE should appear NOTICI (1) all cJaln against the estate firm name of I-Z Wheels. 1320 N. Temple TERWILLEGAR MOTORSHwy
end be heard at th* time end piece and ((2)) any bctlpn| by an Interested Av*., Slerke, Fla.. Inlands toogl.l.r
person an whom this notice was served
proscribed- BOARD OF City.f.Stark.COMMISSIONERS. the challenge. the validity of the will, ,aforesaid said statute fictitious name under the 21 Keystone Hgts, 473.367320G W. Madison, Starke 964-7200

the quallrleatlJud' .. ,of .ffh. personal Dated this 22nd day ef December,

Bvt Director Stark Zoning a I/IS Planning Itchg the representative court.ALL ., venue, o'lurrsdlctlon ef A.D..1916 In Bradford County.12/2Utc..1115 Jax 388-FORD C'villo 377-1096

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by John Sturges members of. the council .... ;,fie_ tuhup T. tbeCOUDdlis to flx- one is available to help'them' Immediately "genty, 12 citations and three writ
ItCT Correspondent agreement with the ) "-_4IIC. _....... !III, ten warnings. .
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3 The Hampton city council has the property should be told.Padgett r.:.jrWre Ennptoa paid Social Security Simmons said the recorder will A motion was. also made to pay the
moved to advertise to accept or reject talked to City I.ake'n. fcws; ckrayearneda half that it did help solve the problem of ag city's bills. .
bids on approximately 7.59acres James R. FJyna (who laadea. ...... ....oiMMdtopuy and will be receiving !travatedcalls coming into the city Mayor Padgett also asked If the
of property owned by Hamp- become the proud father : a CapItal.... .,. a refund from the Internal Revenue late at, night.Councilman. council could imft(. motimitw-get
ton In C.J, Weeks' subdivision. The girl)about auctioning off & .. aa -- -l .. ..Serrtoc The city; received a refund estimates on new carpet&Mhe-city
property's sale may be used to help ty. Flynn recommended soasm6 kale! Mltaatef." Cgr the thud quarter 1986 and willjMtmnehrtnefttMTDaymeats John Allen made the hall. Councilman ForsyTh made a I
fund the construction of the Hampton advertise for bids, but .' toon.Itwa&recatnmHKied motion to buy the recorder and was motion to accept-' estimations "and I
Villa water project. right to accept and reject :: ..............___...", to the city that It seconded by Councilman Forsyth. was seconded by Councilwoman: ) I'
they come in when ..... -.Ie ai(7ssn>I pay city employees back the money In the fire department, the city: is McDaniel. '
tion. "'..4. ....::I.. mmaay: _,i& *NC:5..d: inn the I.R.S. still waiting on the fire truck at A motion was also made to allow I
The council received an appraisalof )idas.r! ;.'Tfecxi alaaJWwedtoputinanew L.C.I. A new windshield is being put the Girl Scouts of Hampton to plant
$10,500 on the acreage designatedas Chairman Ted Curtis ...e lots 1-22 in the subdivision. the motion to advertise a telephone message recorder to charge in the new city park this
"What we'd like to do is do taken by Councilman > tetatfrnnot" read*the .taiKfle btenfghl: calls. received by In the police department, Marshal week or next. Councilman Forsythwill
something for the citv of Hampton," seconded by sad. Oat OK say task 0 SUM .Hampton Patrolman Ray Simmons. Simmons handled one traffic accident stake out areas for the trees
.-'rDarud. it spat to the Cnaal .The recorder win refer callers to theadfosdCoImtySIiaTiff's three incident reports, two planting so not to interfere with the
said Mayor:Elwood Padgett.Several .Flynn also said be would aced Mftened the Social Dept.if no complaints, one-assist.. with another plans laid.out for the park's' future.

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Class News... -- cookies so they can pay their way She bas dine Bri*a.Refreshments will be servo their annual Heart-to-Heart Singing Travis weighed 8 Ibs, 11 ozs., and
By Jason ChadwickThe Busch Gardens. They are also : are an i sshaniaeat(, sail ed.. Telegrams. The prices for the 'was 20 Inches long, He was deliveredby
P.E. classes at Lawtey ting trees around Lawtey telegrams will be from 25 cents to 50 Dr. Michael Lukowski.
Elementary School are playing tary for Arbor Day. They will .lives..read and a T&e Beta Club._ cents. The telegrams may be sent to
speedball. Speedball is a game that planting pines and dogwoods. any kind *f R1 anyone in the school. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. '
combines skills used in soccer, foot- leader of the Scouts is Mrs. Qe ekes leer>ab aid ne LaeyEementary School M.C. Kelley of Lawtey. Maternal
ball and basketball. Each class has Hinman. They meet every a/ L Beta! Cub is> balding a Beta Club Travis DobbsMr. great-grandmother is Maggie'
four teams that play each other in a 101'J'U Sweetfl cart Dance.It will be held on Joseph Hodges, also from Lawtey. ., I
league.Coach Eddins said that Chris day.Mrs. __ Frafay. February 13. This event iseoty & Mrs. Joey Dobbs of Lawtey I
Norman... .. Mr. &
Wise, Michael Wilkerson and Terry for toe Lawtey Elementary proudly announce the birth of their Paternal grandparents are
Fugatt are excelling in this game. By Erin Wilkinson .. School Beta Club members and their son, Travis Joseph, born January 3, Mrs. Casey Dobbs, Sr., of Jackson-
Mrs. Alma Norman is .eieary wiCt JnsIt De 1987 at Alnohua General Hospital. ville.
Girl Scouts... secretary at Lawtey tm aamag es Tte Beta Club will also be doing
By Wendy Cowie Mrs. Norman's job is to do all of I7.Tie selMeis l ....
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'. wrestlers are 1-6-1 (won, Heavy weight. Bender, LO, deci-
a lost, tied) on the season after losing sioned Schafer 7-5.
24-42: to Live Oak, lost 39-31 to Lake Unlimiteddouble forfeit.
p Weir, and Tuesday night, Jan. 13,
i w lost 41-36 to Eastside of Gainesville.
Senior Brad Green 8-0 is the lone
undefeated Tornado wrestler in 119 Lake Weir Match:
weight class. Senior,Chuck Coburn 98- Lock. LW, pinned Trickle in
fl : 7-1 and wrestles in the 126 poundclass. 3:37..
105- Anderson,LW, won by forfeit.
tl y f fe BHS is wrestling pretty good, says 11Z. Green BHS', pinned
Coach David Tew, despite only winn- McDonald in 1:59.
Ing one match. The forfeits, 119Heater, LW, pinned Hanker-
categories In which BHS has no par son, BHS, in 4:42.126Coburn: '
ticipant, don't help. There have been BHS decioned
some close one point decisions lost in Beverly LW, 112.
which a win would have given BHS a '132- Elder, BHS, pinned Schwartz,
: win, Coach Tew points out. LW, in 5:59.
138- Russell, BHS, decisioned
Upcoming... French, LW 7-0.
Zl BUS goes to Lake Weir tonight 145- Lizen ee, BHS, pinned Grp-
k ni l c a'x (Thursday, Jan. IS). naro, LW, in 1:26.:
Tuesday Jan. 20, BHS goes to 155- Carver, BHS, pinned Sauer,
Ocala Vanguard. LW, 1:10.:
.''I'F; f hW1i Wednesday Jan. 21, the BHS 167- Prridgeon, LW, won by
wrestlers are home for a 4 forfeit.
.. p.m.
match against Florida Deaf and 185- Lisle LW,decisioned Stillwell,
Blind. BHS, 2-0.
Friday, Jan. 23, BHS is at home 220-C.Williams, LW. pinned
Williams, BHS, in 41 seconds.
Y b yfy against! Baker County for a 7 p.m.
match. HeavyweightYopp, LW, pinned
Schaefer BHS In 3:15.
Live Oak Match: EastsWa Match:
98Ford, LO, pinned Trickle, 98Trickle, BHS pinned Henderson
BHS, in 1:20.: ES, In 53 seconds.
105Noyes, LO, won by forfeit. 105Moore, ES, won by forfeit.
112- Green BHS, pinned Peters, 112-- Green, BHS, pinned Gornto,
LO, in 2:10. ES in 3:37.
119- Hanker son; BHS, decisioned 119- Disgdiertt, ES pinned
Jones, LO, 14-9. Hankerson, BHS, 12-5.
126- Coburn BHS, won a decisionover 126- Coburn BUS won by forfeit.
Hill, LO 62.. 132- Elder BHS, won by a forfeit.
132- Hillhouse, LO, decisioned 138Russell, BHS, won by forfeit.
Elder, BHS, 64. 145- Calhoun ES, decisioned
138- Rusell, BHS, decisioned Lizenbee. BHS 14-0.
Howard LO 8-7. 155Eldridge, ES, decisioned
f7 14SLizenbee, BHS decisioned Carver BHS 9-8.
Wilson LO, 17-12. 167- Chappell, ES won by forfeit.
155- Gill, LO, descisioned Carver 185- SUlwe I,- BHs, pinned
85. Goldsmith, ES, in 3:01.
167- Lashley LO, won by forfeit. 220Conrat.. ES, won by forfeit.
185Allen, LO. decisioned over Heavy weight. Pope, ES, pinned
Stillwell BHS 7-5. Schafer in 1:03.
Floored... 220Baker, LO, pinned Williams in UnlimitedDixon, ES, won by
1:56.: forfeit
BUS junior Sid Russell (top)
works to pin Ills opponent from
Lake Wier High School in last
urrk's match. Russell a memberof JV Boys Beat GHS .
match the 1381b.70.! weight class, won this

0 BITS senior Chuck Coburn also The junior varsity cagers of Brad- ting those shots. The kids are playing
tastes success as he pins his opponent ford High beat Gainesville Eastside extremely hard and extremely
in Bradford's match against 51-45 Tuesday night Jan. 13, in a smart.
1 Luke VVIer. Coburn Is a member of road game.It Kevin Fench is coming off the
-- the I2filb. Height class! and won this improved the BHS record to 34. bench giving rebounding power and
mulch 110. BHS lost 53-52 at the buzzer to runs the offense real well. Donnie
f -wr ..._ Buchholz and lost a close. 48-44 Francis Is also coming off the benchat
_.lea decison to Palatka during the past point guard and doing a good job.
ry u wy week. The team now has two point guards,
Over-all, the kids are finally including, Roy Jackson, who are
7" ''' understanding the game and playing' -playing smart ,
"" \ hard says Coach Chester Simpson. Trio Blye scored 18 points against.xX'X'X .
"We're getting better shots and hit- See P.ee. 10A

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three this week for 1-8 Bradford <6f I 1 w. 215 OW> 1 20 !? k..., ff5313 ::\'
games past a Extra Lean
S', 3712 N..0.' I IOJ Cl o. d''.. IJS :ff'::. SMOKED End Cut i j111
overall record but .
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Hu ll6O12 I to Eastside High before going down :.:.:. '
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Buchholz of Gainesville, minus :::::
Last week BUS threw a scare into
I sixth-ranked Ocala Vanguard before two starters, still made easy work of t ff':::::1 Whole or 1/2 SliceShoulder $109 m mI
mistakes killed the el fort.Upcoming. the Tornado live in a 64-47 win in the :&::::

Bradford High gym Saturday night, ;ff\;;;\1 ,d tf! I Ib. :;f;
... Jan. 10.1lalachi. ::::: :':
/ Jenkins led the BHS ef- ::;:: $149 ( Noy
BUS. goes to Santa Fe High onUS411 forl with 13 points and 5 rebounds. x:::: Ib. ,'. lb.r.d
west of Gainesville, tomorrow -
6-6 Patrick Digjj.s added 8 points and ;:::: I
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9 rebounds. : -; 1fJ
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and 8pm. games. BUS bowed 48-44 played everybody on the Tornadoff::;.' .nl4' t.,!'A' e
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to GHS on the Tornadoes home court bench. ffHuchhol ;:; #!::! .'... J. .

Dee. 8 in the girst game of the / won the first period! 18-9 ;$;:::: .. !
season. and the third 1J.l2.! | The two team ff;::: m
Next Wednesday, Jan. 21. BITS played' about evenly in the second ::;:::;:
returns home to host Lake Weir for 6 and louilh periods.! ;::::: ::::;;:
and 7:30: p m. games. Pierre White and Kevin Peoples :;:;:; x.::;;:
Saturday Jan. 24, BUS hosts each scored 14 points and Van :ff;: Center '
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Gainesville High for 6:15: and 8 p.m. Johnson forced into a starting role ff::::: Cut $ 6 9
games. added 12 to lead the Bobcat elfort. :::::i::: Steak i. I:
The Bradford five was outre- ::::::; $149Ib. Pork
Hastsilc78-BIIS6U bounded and outshot and hampered :;ff:::: 1 j
The Tornado five came back froma by too many lloor mistakes. The ffi::::; Shoulder Roast lb.Boiled 1
four point deficit to tie the score at Bobcat beat the BUS man-to-man $8::: Chop
65-all with two minutes remaining.But defense by faking out BHS defenders :::S::: i
Bradlord then wasted three numerious : ::;::
opportunities times. j::::'
to take the lead. BuchHolf If |13 If 14 44 ;fffBradford :;:';,: CHUCK STEAK $
Eastside 11-3 finally put the game f 13 12 I 13 4; :fffBuchholl ::
169
lao Mil. 62 414 f..,,,. fff::
with couple of steals and 30 26 ::
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like to compliment Eastside I 102 '."'011. 27 10 70 64 fff:::
for real gutsy play when it counted" Bradford|4'l-Mown I 0 2 D>ggt 40/11 Jxikmi '.:'.:: All Meat $179 11
Bradford Coach Jay Godwin told the 61213 Sly/ 31 21 No,moo I 0', ftorry I 1 1 3Chandl.r ;Vf':::: $139
10 2, Smith 1234. 1..1221, Totoll" VA:: ., '... .
Sun. "I'd also like to '. ; :
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70 7 10 47 .ffPalatka ;
and compliment elfort. We ourselves made for some the mental hustle 65 BUS ,IIPalatka :lj;;|:;; Bologna . :'. .y.f.. .: .I 1::

mistakes but we're getting better. I 4-5 at the time and play- %&;:
was real pleased to come in here and ing at home had an easy time with ::Vf;:::: !;
play Eastside tough. It shows we can (the Tornado five, winning 65-44 infff:: :::
play with the district leaders." the first post-holiday action for the ::;:;::i ...:;:.:.
Center Patrick Diggs scored 20 Bradford High basketballers last ::::::::t
points 10 rebounds, and five blocksto Friday, Jan. 9. ;::ft::|: Beef 98' M
lead BHS. Malachi Jenkins added Eugene Blye and Pat' Diggs each :::;::: $
and a team-high 13 re- scored 10 points for''BHS. Charles ;:::::! Liver
bounds.13 points Sophomores Eugene Blye Russell had 7 rebounds, Diggs 5, and ;fff;:;;::;, } 't r .. .. . . .\.111., :
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Lady Tornadoes Defeat Clay High But Cold Free Throw Shooting Costs



Going( cold at the free throw line in just one player but all ol them getting Bradford (JO-) A, Spell 1-5-7, F. ,
the l Imul minutes cost the Bradford into the act. The missed tree Davit 5.4.14, A. Starling 4.10. K, Butler'
(girlll varsity basketball team a 54.51 throws included several one-and. 1-1,3 Totals: I'-17.511JI1S :
loss Monday night Jan, 12., at North one's which would have helped even J--IT--I::
Marion High.
more 78 Clay High 38
BUS won 78-19 over rebuilding The last l'ii' minutes were a see A new girl's basketball
Clay High last week and bet a new saw battle in which BHS would miss record was set when the Tornado scoring

BrudCoid High scoring record in the a shot, NM would rebound, get down l live beat Clay High 78-3J in the BUS _
process for its only win of the week. and score.
last Thursday Jan 8,
gym ,
The girls also dropped a 57-38 gameto The score was tied at 25 at the half, The previous girl's scoring record

Gainesville High. .41-all alter the third period. Beverly was 71 points set in 1978. BUS had
BUS is
now 57 overall this
and season, Mosley led BUS with 17 points, scored 71 pollltR once before this
1-4 in the District The
3 play
Felicia Davis had 14, and Ann Starling year.
North Marion critical In
game was
the district since a win would have 10. Against the young rebuilding Clay
N.Marion 13 12 16 13 54 High team, each Tornado girl Y
given BUS a 2-3 district mark Coach
Bradford 10 14 17 10 51 half the game, said Coach Slater,
John Slater hopes to into the
district tournament around go fourth North Marion (I4)- Manning 3 0.6, who added the Clay High coach accused .1 r
Williams 408, Mullins :204. Brown him of
running up the score
place Going into the district tournament
in 7th 3-0-6. Shirley 8 6.22, Buelfchar 408. The Clay team is composed mostly
place would mean BHS
would Total!: :24.6.54. of 8th and 9th graders Slater said,
have to play the first place
BHS could have broken the
team right off the base century
mark. il the team had tried, the BHS

Upcoming... q coach udded.
Beverly Mosley led with 27 pointsand
BHS plays at Interlachen High 15 ,rebounds. Felicia Davis had
tonight (Thursday, Jan. 15)). The JV 22 points and 13 rebounds Ann Starling -
game is at 6 p.m., the varisty gameat added 12 points and 7 rebounds,
8 p.in. lllillUU WllB Baa'jlJLltUal]( *
and Kendra Butler scored 10 points "VBJjglgff .y
Next Tuesday, Jan. 20, BUS playsat Bradford 14 21 12 31 71

Santa Fe Clay High 6 a a 13 33 .- ,,-- ----. -.. ... .. "
Next home action is next Thurs Bradlord(1781M 0.1' 3 6 27 Spoil O. Dovll. r" : _,
day. Jan. 22, against Gainesville 94632. SMilnig. 6012 I'oiodn,' 0121. Deny Drive...
I 02. Bona, 30 10 Tn'olf,34 10/14 78
High. \fi CI.y Higlt (331-) Sinl'h, % 6 2 8 14. ,.,306 King BUS jiiiiinr Angel Spell drives iJowiuouil on the fast Angel hcored 4 points against lie; Blue Devils in
The next three games are critical 40. I 18. C.Ihn.211 I 5 r..0l 1 153 1431 lirrak iittiiiHst Clay HIJ-M. last Heck's! contest,
for BHS to even its record and get
GIIS 57 BUS 38
some confidence, says Coach Slater.
Santa Fe and Gainesville are good The taller girls Gainesville High
basketball teams and it would help had little trouble with the BHS girl's BHS Girl's JV Squad Split.
the BHS conlidence to beat them. I live in a 57.38win on the Hun'icanes' .
home court Jan. 7.

N. Marion 54 BUS 51 Tornado/ Beverly Mosley was held
Bradford's
JV basketball
to 14 points and Felicia Davis to six girls lead NM pressed and BUS threw the Clay High I 1 10 e. 19Bradford
BHS went up four points had hit 8 points, and just one held goal. heat Clay High 38-14 and lost to basketball away, says Coach Robert (38). Dona Nitinon 41 1 9. Ann T.ylorSS
of 9 free throws and went into a Gainesville High 50-29 and to North Eddins '13 Shando Wi.dt 318 Rhonda 0y.nII 3.
spread offense to keep the basketball Cynthia Hunt scored 18 points and Marion 39-35. Po'rlcta, Allan( 204 A.....'*. Immo.. ,0-1.1.I Toolt
Mai la Mui'IMS added 16 points to lead Bradford 311 9 13. 31 US:M
away from North Marion's big GIIS Michelle Johnson The 1-2 week evens the JV girls N.Marlon I 9 s 17. 17 Clay High ((19), ). T DovliSIII' I Hidordlnn I 02.
girl M. Shirley, who had been scor- chipped in l record at 5-5, Brodlord (1351 Do..a Norman 11 7, Ann Taylor R wall 1 0 1 about six points and a team-high eight rebounds The JV Interlachen 4710 A,kova Willlomt, 21 I 3. Snanda Woods 033I'a .
halt the NM plays
ing points. tonight ,
Allan I ". GIIS50-B1IS29
for the Hurricanes then 8-3. ncia 102 h. 4 D. To'olll4f3S
,
BHS started the with ('fhur day. Jan 15)), At Santa Fe
spread 4Va North Marlon ((39)' Koy Do.no 2 I 3. H Young
minutes to go, expected some 'We played terribly, like wehadn't Tuesday, Jan 20 (No girls games 4311 N ihnn...< 1! 1Giahain' 306 To'oli A more experienced Gainesville
mistakes and things were going practiced over" the holidays, Friday or Saturday.) 15939BUS High five beat the BHS JV girls 50-29
along OK for awhile. The which we hadn't, said Coach 38 Jan. 7 in Gainesville.
big girls Clay High 19
from NM had four fouls and BHS Slater, and enough said, the coach N, Marion :i-35!) The Tornado GUS won only one game last year,

tried its best to foul her out but the -- T addedGainoiville. HITS was ahead of North Marion sluggish' first hall girls to take overcame the Clay a but were 5-1 up to the BHS game this
16 la
High II 12 57Br"dlo.d season.
officials wouldn't call it, says Coach most of the way but threw the High five 38-19 last
High I 4 II IS 38 Thursday night Dana Norman led BItS with
Going Up... 14
Slater. G-iineivillo Nigh ((371 Mu 8718' M'"',8016Ma basketball away at the end to lose Jan. 8, on the BITS gym
Then NM began to foul the Tornado HIIS junior Fried las'II'c'al'ht'!! 01 408JI,I... 276 1 II I 07 ..1'.00:I )1'1-:1:n The 15 point third quarter was led points, and Anne Taylor had 12.
1 0700' I II3C k'' 0 2 I 76 3 VBradford Bradford
players. BHS then went to the high fur I this laj-up over the 'head of 0' The tied l by nine points by Ann Taylor and 1 1 s 18. 29GalnatvillaHign
H.gn ((371 M >ay 62 14 Spa 2 U. score was at 2222. BITS six 12 9 la 13. SO
line and missed eight straight not her Illup I)'\il opponent Daw I I49 Bi gb'I24' I *.'o' g 2.8 W a .107 stored the lirst I seven points of the points by Dana Norman, Bradlord ('9). Dana Norman 3414 Ann Taylor
To ., I I.021'II1,278, lirst quarter but couldn't hold the .....,... In 1 t4 la 14 4 4 12. Rhando 8.,.". 1 0 2. Pa'''.". Allan 0 I 1.1.T .

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Eastside and at least half were feeds

against from Roy Buchholz.Jackson. Blye scored 16 HOME ENTERTAINMENT O CONCEPTSBradford

The big man Wendell Hudson has
waked up and come alive. He had 12
Center 964-546
points against ES, 8 against Square Shopping
Buchholz and Palatka. Hudson and
Marvin Lane are helping BHS in
side. Lane has 4 against Eastside, 9

against Buchholz and 16 against for Great 1987Take
Palatka. Gearing Up a

That is giving us the inside-outside

game BHS needs, says Coach Simp-- Home A QualityPanasonic

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Eastside 17 against Buchholz, and 4 VCR $359
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both 4A schools, and beat Eastside with all the features 1 ,per week
class 3A points out Coach Simpson ---.- .
it shows we are headed up." JMTH APPROVED CREDIT ...,' I n-t I .,
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A shot at the buzzer lifted All

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Saturday night, Jan 10, in the BHS _.
gym.
"They played their behinds off," IN STOCK
said Coach Simpson. The Buchholz
team was much larger and the Bobcat In Stock Get 100 FREE MOVIES
players looked like sophomore or

juniors, the coach said. to watch
BHS was up 12-10 after the first 1 o /Ooff

period. Buchholze outscored the Tornado
five 22-12 in the second periodfor Offer Good thru Jan. 17, 1987

a 32.24 halftime advantage. BHS
closed the margin to four points, ,
41-37, by outscoring Buchholz 13-9 in
the third period. The Baby Tornadoes -
outscored Buchholz 15-12 in
the final six minutes but ended up
one down.

Three Bradford players scored in Panasonic.
double figures Jevane Ross led with

Lane 17 points 12Buchholl, Truin Blye 16, and Marvin High Quality

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The Baby Tornado five kept it
close but lost 48-44 to Palatka in the CO9GOGEOAH

Braves gym last Friday night, Jan. $39900
9, the first post holday action Car Speakers
Marvin Lake led Bradford with 18

points. This -, in stock on SALE
Palatka went up 14-6 in the first Week -
period. BHS drew within one, 21-20,
at the half by outscoring the Baby Only P
Braves 14-7 in the second period!.
100 Fro
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points with by edging BHS 15-12 in MoviesRent
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Palatka, 14 r is 12 48Bradlord .
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Available Jan. 20
3 for '5wWeekends By
Applications for the Camp Blan-
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!: available beginning Tuesday, Jan.
20, according to the Florida Game Machines" High Quality

and Fresh Water Fish.Commission ,
office in Lake City. 6.99 Tapes $565 2/$7"

"This year four hunts will be conducted ( .
on the south range and one on Pbr 2171.. pND111ta., .
the north range of the management -
area" says Steve Stafford, wildlife -
biologist for the fish and game com -
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Region Monitor The Union County TimesThursday


,January 15, 1H7II !
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Country Guitar Picker Offers More than Great GuitarsBy I


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BCT Mark Staff Friedlin Wrltt'r"Hillbilly .. '.u .'!I .' :;;p R knowledge about every guitar, man instruments, the original finishes
,"..4.-, dolin or banjo Gibson ever made," and lacquers the ornate and
Music" the .t.'J',. '/ .
is store
only
/
} t McCandliss marveled when he made painstaking bindings between the
'
for local '' I
musicians in Keystone '., '; -: ., his first visit to the store to discuss parts, they all combine with the
Heights, a place where experienced ." terms of the sale. "I could talk to natural aging of an instrument to
Broken guitarists can drop by to replace a \' /.J ;' '.t.... some of the guys in music stores in produce a beautiful tone which
string, a beginner can pick ; ....
; j; Gainesville or Jacksonville all day newer companies just can't
up some sound advice, or even e.. J,4'1.1. .(
o l; ) {, I and not find out some of the things duplicate. They spent much more
where a connoisseur of fine music .. .. about the older instruments
,; .. that he time working on those instrumentswith
can seek his "dream find" in a rare !"" .. &. ::: knows."
j' .t..C' their
.. hands instead of a
old instrument.The j --.. -;. ;" : "'.'.1'i McCandliss ended up ordering the machine back in those days and you )
best thing about this little :: 0 ; vintage instrument a 1954 Gibson tell
:: can sure the difference when
.. : you
music store though, which is nestledin .. .. 175-D, and waited anxiously for the play one now."
a shady yard off State Road 21, is >--* ." r.1',0 -- ...-.. instrument to arrive via the United The '54 175-D arrived right on time
the Leo Hill ...
owner a performing Parcel Service. and McCandliss was there waiting
veteran of stage shows and -:' ; "Serious musicians really love the with a gleam in his eye that perhaps
numerous recordings in the country "J older Gibson and Fender electric only a serious musician who loves
music business, a guitar picker ex- {; .. guitars, especially the ones from the old guitars can appreciate.It .
traordinaire with some flying early 1960's and the 1950's,"Leo said was a beautiful "blond" model
fingers on the fretboard who even understandingly. "They were madein with a natural wood finish instead of
dabbles with fiddle playing when the the original factories by the the traditional Gibson "sunburst"
urge strikes.A LBllll' original company craftsmen before finish a rare bird ipdeed.
lifelong Keystone resident until \ both of those companies sold out to
1969, when he moved to Salmon, larger corporations. The older s.. 3
Page
Idaho, where he owned a thriving woods they used in the bodies of the
music store in that country-music ;
crazy area, he moved back to
Florida seeking the warmer winters f5IC.po !to"-W, !!! !I!= -=r.:r.-s=:= 1; "''<'''''''''''''''-Y!.

and settled in his present location .
last year, where he started thrilling a
local players who stopped by with DRESS &
his picking and stories of famous .7 ,4-i GIFT SHOP
musicians in country and bluegrass o ? ",-'II
1'
Bradford Square Shopping Ctnttr

music.On any given day at the store you -- '\..-. ..- ,'". .., ',+,:+ 1A 80

might see him patiently explainingthe ...,..".'" '''',j,;
trick of wrapping a new guitar .10.' -" '''I'J'
string to a mystified beginner, or .f 't.iJf'
"
showing a disappointed owner of an r.J-1. 1'..' Gr aas Fall
Jackets t
IHillbilly i ?; .
old instrument how that crack in the /:? Fur
finish Jo091n11 Suits go o &
just might be repaired after -- -- ae a s
all, few of the faster -
or showing a -
parts in a song with some tricky Picker... Q aQ wag Winter

bluegrass picking to a young player.He Leo Hill strums a tune as he waits for another player is always eager to answer a beginner's questions rtes pg:3 Sale I
spends his days totally immersedin customer pager to benefit from his experience.The or strike up a couple of numbers on the porch 30-500/0 cN
all areas of his first love music popular Keystone Heights guitarist fiddle with his picking buddies who come from all over. tirgl0
and everthing connected with it Off

performances, the instruments, and out" in the words of one surprised somebody breaks into an old Paul McCandliss, a guitarist with Entire fall >yNoudaY
most of all other musicians.
passer-by who lingered outside the favorite and soon the whole place is the University of Florida Jazz "oc\d
The best for Mr. Hill
days come window one day, startled that the jumping to the lively sounds of that Ensemble in Gainesville, came to
when of his local fellow musicians
some sounds he was hearing were "live" good-old Bluegrass picking. Keystone Heights to visit the store to
get together in the store on and did not come from a recording.A Other musicians who aren't even purchase a vintage "Gibson" elec- JEANS ALL
maby a lazy Sunday afternoon and typical session begins when the "into" country and blugrass come to tric jazz guitar Leo had located for lisas""! ES p\.S_ SALES
fill the air with the
sounds of country players arrive and begin tuning see Hill play and look for rare old instruments him through an old fellow performerwho SKIRTS e'-0 FINAL!
picking.You their instruments. A couple of good- which he seems to have a now lives in Idaho,of all places.
get four or five guitarists, natured jokes are exchanged, then real knack of finding. "He has an amazing amount of F GBES
banjo pickers and fiddle players ..ter=.... ttass
together and they can "flat put it DRESSES GER E YIS4
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SIDLE Formulates Plan to Smash Organized CrimeWhen


Floridians hear about large- proach to Combating Organized charters are referred to the Florida that is the subject of a criminal in- ment In this struggle has to be a Florida. Viewers and listeners were
scale drug smuggling operations, it Crime. Secretary of State's Office for dictment or Information are only arrested society-wide recognition that drugsare encouraged to call our toll-free tip
is important to keep in mind that Starting in 1982. the program is revocation involved and prosecuted such groups bad for our citizens and a com- line 1-800-342-7768 whenever they
these groups often have much the aimed at not only\ filing all appropriate lawyers are referred to the Florida have tended to go right on smugglingas mitment by those citizens to oppose observe such activity.
same characteristics as any other criminal charges against Bar for possible disbarrment pro- if nothing had happened. By drug use wherever possible. Also, FDLE has also prepared longer
entity designed to make as much suspected members of these mega- ceedingsi liquor license are referred disrupting this corporatelikebusiness law enforcement agencies need video productions aimed at
money as possible as quickly as smugglers but to levy a variety of Division of Alcohol activities and freezing ill- citizens to got involved in the drug educating Floridians about "crack"cocaine. ,
possible, according to Commis- state and federal civil and Beverages and Tobacco and any gotten assets through a civil lawsuit fight by law enforce- a terrible addicting and
sioner R. R. Dempsey. regulatory sanctions against themat suspected tax violations are referred FDLE has been able to drastically ment any suspicious activity that easily available susbtance.One film
Tasks are identified and assignedto the same time.So,when membersof to the IRS or the Florida Depart distrupt their activities and even- might indicate ongoing smuggling will be shown to law enforcement
the most qualified person to per- a group that had been an Integrated ment of Revenue. tually put them permanently out of activities.To encourage such citizen agencies to allow them to better spot
form, business records are kept, Approach target are charged This approach to fighting business. crimcfighting involvement, Florida the substance when they are faced
business contacts are sought after with a crime all ill-gotten assets Florida's drug smuggling problem is The Integrated Approach is only Department of Law Enforcement with it and a second is designed to be
and maintained. become the object of a Florida Attorney designed to deal with a long- designed to be one part of an effort to recently distributed several Public shown to civic groups and in other
Another similarity is even more General's Office civil standing frustration encountered in fight drug smuggling and organized Service Announcements to television forums. Copies are. available upon
important: a narcotics smugglingring !racketeering lawsuit all corporate this area. If the members of a group criminal activity. An essential ele- and radio stations across request.
like any other corporate-like
structure will collate if stripped of
its assets. That principle of fighting -
drug smuggling rings by seizing
their ill-gotten gains is the center-
piece of FLDE's Integrated Ap DAYS
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Bradford Rescue I MANUFACTURER'S I w4K

Again Tops 100 Runs JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM
),..:..
JANUARY 23, 24 M, 1987
During the month of December JACKSONVILtC
Bradford Rescue responsed to 113 FAMILY NIGHT FLORIDA
calls to boast their average for the PONI
year to 100 calls per month, accor- SPB VEAL DISOTNT ONLY!
ding to Emergency Supervisor Cliff _
Chapman.In COUPONS AVAILABLE ONLY AT WINN-DIXIE FOR -_. _-

December 64 of the calls required 7:30 PERFORMANCE ON JANUARY 23. fMMMPTKWI MULl._., ..
the transporting of 66 pa- DOUBLE COUPONS OOOO IN JACKSONVILLE =. .'=:::::=:..::::::.:::-...".... ..-. ..-. I.
--'- ----- -
calls ,
tients, 49 required no transpor- CLAY COUNTY
WJNN( DIXIE FERNANDINA ST. AUGUSTINE ;:: '+. .,
The unit responded to STARKE. LIVE OAK LAKE CITY OAINESVILLES "' "'- --
ting. "back-up ::::.::::=:y..ar.e.NIGH : ::
three runs. Life Flight transportedone Ammtea's Supermarket. SPRINGS PERRY, PALATKA CHIEFLAND, wo........_.__....__ ,_..,..L. A ...._. _
MADISON CALLAHAN MACCLENNY --" -
patient. -..........-...-..-.-

The majority of the patients, 43, -I .._...._.LA ..__ m_ .
were taken to Bradford Hospital.
Five patients were taken to Shands .Mla.galL1ColiTornia
six to Alachua General Hospital coast .- $147l"1'u
three to North Florida Regonal .e MORE WAYS TO WIN IN --
Hospital all in Gainesville. Three Club Roast $147 OUR NEW SERIES OF S"All LlrRC
patients were taken to Reception ,j ';-J-'nl-! 'a
Medical Center in Lake Butler. One : cJ""IfC'"Jtt!
patient was taken to St. Luke's in OOVMNfcMMt 0M0U. Ground Chuck u $197 ag-.M-HI- ; tluN
Jacksonville and one to Jacksonville .. .-.=_'::::T''In: =-_.-_'-'---
S. CHOICE ---
General Hospital. One was taken to Stew MeatL. LLe $197.. :.:.;.. "' :;:=:,.=:t..:::.:...:,:-== --
Clay Memorial in Green Cove Spr- : '
ings and one to Humana Hospital in t Shoulder Ro-ast .. $197 l L'-- OVER' ''Wii\ .0.---..NA.wa..wen...

Orange For the Park.first time cardiac patients.. Shou id ri Si7.. $l" CR fV '\ rcr@@ 'g. a:;
ao ,
16, was responsible for the most CVO(9)( ;: :;:.':. :::r.-:'=::::
calls. Illness related patient, usuallythe -..-.
IN CASH AND VALUABLE COUPONS! .w.w.w.
15
highest group was patients. .
Eight calls were to people suffer- !' NOW AT WINN-DIXIE =?.i"c.EJ'WIN : : : .::!!
? .._........--...._
ing trauma trauma related and to another vehicle accidents.six were SY 4 UP TO' $1,00 0 ::,:: =:....:.:=.::=:
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Eleven were to people suffering --- -
from respiratory problems. Three
runs were made to obstretric pa- _
tients, one patient included the SIOULAI DT IIONTBUDWEISER
newborn baby hich was born in the
car and both mother and baby had to $

be tranpsorted to Shands. A I .. BEER 1ItS
Two runs were made to overdose
victims, two people were having
emotional problems.One 1 c>i' CH EK $ 99J.tfi

unit arrived person ten was calls dead were when cancelled the- Wegetab e rI DRINKS I U Gas IIA

six calls were false alarms and
one call was a standby at a structure
fires. $
1201 209
L COLA cANs
QI"-10 VJA&V: \:;.;!*! *- ;
Quick Response Unit 10 respondedto
five calls, according to Chapman.One .
call was to a brush fire,one to : J1' 0
an automobile fire, two structure 1
fires and one was a travel trailer.

Dial 911 for Rescue

Center Sponsors DriveThe TOASTIES POST 1tAItOI 9ge VoRy ,

Bradford-Union Area
Vocational-Technical Center is sponsoring -
a drive to meet the citizens of SUPERBLEND $239 e L
Bradford County, and to acquaint "', COFFEE 1}
them with the opportunities
available through the vocational I IAYI 22'COMET
MICKOIV style((1-li.42.re1)
center at Starke. Q
From January 13 through SLICED $148 9ge
February 8 teams of individuals will I CLEANSER 0HUNTERS 1.1tIAVI :. 0 0
BACON
be visiting homes and businesses in 1' La K $1.0.DOG IA1I0N
Starke and the surrounding areas. DI11 li.AVO.) _DOG CHUNK' I
They will be glad to answer any FRYER JHK9CLEGQUARTERS I
questions the public might have con- $699
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cerning vocational training s hoice CHOICE t tHAIVIST ..L..
preparation for the G.E.D., com 2 006 RATION
munity education, and adult basic
education in reading language, or
arithmetic. One primary concern of ELM4ll
the project is to find out what the 444 I
public would like to see offered at
the center in either the day or night i
program. The cooperation of the
Bradford County citizens in this pro-
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Glen Kk-liartl/ Kirkland, 32, ol 4 a
Keystone Heights, Fla., died 1 m / O
Wednesday January 14, 19117 at his iCe i i i e
home UII Luke Brooklyn in Keystone
I Heights lollowmg a short illness
Mr. Kirkland was born in
(i.inivsville KL on May 6, 1954 and
inoviil to Keystone Heights Irom
:New; Orleans LA. He was longtime
resident. ol SUrke. Mr. Kirkland was
.1 I member SUrko Church ol God;
.graduate\: of Bradford High School
.ind the University ol Klondd. He
was a computer "p.'I'| .llol' with Cox
Cable: Company ul :Now Orleans. FII1H WASHINGTON STATI JUMIO BID TUIKIY CHKKIN*r MACARONI A CMIISI
Survivors mcluile/ his> parents,J.T. '" MADISON HOUSE 5 E S 00 SUPttBRAND 990 SUPERBUND $ 00
& Nettie Ruth 1
Kirkland, Jr., DELICIOUS 2 1
Keystone I Igls..; two brothers, Lon/o GOc POT PIES SIZE SPREAD Tic YOGURT s::
T. Kirkland, Cleveland,TN, &Ddvid APPLES Lt
J. Kirkland Keystone llgts. one ISCAIOU IOMAINI KOU"'I"SLICIS fUPIIIIANO
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j ster l Its.:!,; ;, grandmother Barbara PCll Mrs lon. Allie Keystone Mole JUMBO HAIVI5THI1M H $ | 00 Harvest Fresh 6Sc CHEESE S9c CREAM SOUR 2 suE$ 1 00

, nephew.Kirkland, Starke; one niece and one LEMONS fOil SALADS u. FOOD . : .

Funeral services Mill be held at
I 2:00: p.m. in the SUrke Church of
God on Thursday January 15, 1J87.!
with Kev. Walter F. Monu conducting -
: the services. Burial will be in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery under the
direction ol Jones .'uneraillome 01 WINN DIXIE
Starke.In .
lieu of flowers contributionsmay ill. 1FeFODp
be made to The Gideon
Memorial Bible Fund, P.O. Box 104,
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Keystone's Country Gentleman Guitar Picker Always Ready to Play



(" 'Its exciting all right" :Mcamiliss connections to find the old rare one guitar you want"outspoken Leo
said "I've hardly ever the professionals want or on the says. "I can set you up if you don't .
Seen many pictures of guitars like other side of the scale he can set up have a lot of money but sub want to
this much toss had the chance to buy the beginner with a good instrumentwell play a quality instrument That'sone
one uf my own According<< to the Gibson r ,t within his or her budget of my jobs 1 take the most
factory information that I have
/ ..1e seriously encouraging young musicians. -
'rum hat lime there were a grand J k "'I play sontf fine instruments but It seems like there aren't as
total of three blond models made I can also remember real well when many younger people taking up an
that year period. This is literally a I started playing and how instrument as there used to be. It
dream come true." frustrating it can be to want to play sure beats,sitting around watching
'The tone is beautiful on these old but not quite have the money for the TV. -'
Mutant but what you really like
jUwl them are the necks"Leo said
You get a good Fender or Gibson
fr om that era and the necks are thinner I Vo-Tech NewsThe I
he frets are nicely worn and

'very< the easy to play. They have a feel Bradford Vo Tech Center in CPR is scheduled for Monday and
> musician all their own and
r Starke is offering Community Thursday Jan. 19 and 22 from
that's t
why people<< icik so hard fOl''he Education
old ones and why collectors classes starting Monday 7:00-10:00 P.M.
January .19. The classes are as
>lend to hold on to them as a great in follows; First Aid is scheduled for Monday
vestment.And and Thursday Jan. 26 and 29 and
pay so much for them Irgyii Community Band is scheduled for Monday and Thursday Feb. 2 and
Professional musicians have been Monday Jan. 19 from 745930PM. Feb.5 from 70010OOP.M
known to pay up to $15.000 for rare
models of electric guitars from that Flower Arranging I is scheduledfor A child birth class will also be offered
golden era" models like the Tuesday Jan. 20 from but tunes and dates were not
!famous "Lea Paul" (named after 7:00-10OOP.M.: available. _
'me of the inventors of the first elecnc .
guitar which is still a mailer of Flower Arranging is scheduledfor
Please call the Vo Tech Center to
,<>me dispute between music Thursday. Jan. 22 from
have name put on a waiting list
your
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'ustonansi. the Fender : :
,. .. ... .. for all classes. The fee is $15.00 for
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SI ra lotaster". probably the single 'n "'" ,<;: ''I'' ", ,'- ", Decorating is scheduled for all classes except for CPR and First
.most popular model used by profes- Monday, Jan. 26 from
Aid which free..
-ional guitarists today and many Fingers Tell a Story... 7-n -iO-nnp M are

others .The hand of a veteran country-bluegraas player are Hill also gpeciali/es In finding rare instruments for
Leo knows them all. and has the always fun to watch when. they're playing a number. advanced players ami culleitoro.Iff -

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K\ Mark Krinllin Deputy Saunders w lit address the
b'TMall1'ri/er topic of Rape and Robbery Prevention
The Starke Country Club will" be especially as it pertains to a
the site of unique series<< of lectureson rural area
crime and prevention Friday. ,Additionally there will be a
January 16 beginning at 9 a,m. demonstration by the Gainesville Nf 1
The Florida<< Council on Crime and Police department K-9 Unit, featuring 110 W.CaII St.

Deliquency. Chapter File, is sponsoring Satan". 964.5764 ? ,. .
a tri to lx held Friday January 16.at the at 4 p.m. and will be followed by asocial StarkvFlo. ,
SUrke Country Club. hour featuring a Mexican buffet .
The program will begin at 9 a.m. and refreshments.In ,
uith Bradford County Sheriff Dolph
Reddish giving a welcome address. addition from 6:30: p.m. to 9:30:
Also speaking will be the pm.PXE Disc Jockey Terry
Honorable Chester B. Chance the Vaughn will provide entertainmentand ax
Honorable Harris Tobin and music for dancing. 1M .
Alachua County Sheriffs Department The program is free to the public "' > Jrt.
Deputy Steve Saunders. and .(('D members.
Judge Chance Chief Judge of the
Eighth Judicial Curcuit. will speak There w ill be d charge for the buffet
onTrends in Juvenile and Delinquency". members and $4 fr non-members. ." +/ F
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for the Eighlh Judicial Circuit by contacting Judy Hansen at
will discuss issues concerning 964-713.1 or Linda Uillingham at
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College fianancial aid will be the .'inalK'ldl.1 Workshop Monday
focus at Keystone Heights High Jan. 2B! in the K1IHS library. The
&:hcM,1 l this month. workshop will be led by Mr. Cliff Li
Making both students and parents McGriff a financial aid specialist.He .. '
aware of fnu.i>cial aid opportunities will he on hand to answer questions i iL --1:
where __ r is
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the of Financial concerning get money a
for college is purpose "" ,
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Awareness Week at KIIIIS for college how to fill out application
January 26-3O which is attended by forms, and who can apply for [ Hon V
both Bradford county and Clay county loans.All student and parents are in- :
students. vited. '. Double Pedestal Executive Desk .
week has been set aside for The emphasis will bo on 1987
The Left pedestal has three box drawers. Right pedestal has locking
counselors Irene Dykes graduates.'j<< 3
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and guidance Marsha: OWens KIIIIS students Financial aid forrfls.ire available tin file drawer and box drawer. 60" x 30" top. 190 Ibs.

and parents to become aware of information at the KIIIIS guidance offices during
concerning financial the rest of the school: year and forms Tropic Sand DE4-311S1-WK Reg $342 OONOW 2550
assistance in college for deserving will also be available Jan. 26th for Black DE4-31181-WP
the meeting and assistance in filling .

8lThenvfeek will be kicked off with a them out will also be provided. oho ., United Chair
: ; Traditional seating and great comfort. Rugged steel frames and
o4t durable upholstery make these chairs an outstanding value.
I BetSet SoonThe Sp
Area Spelling S3[ )Executive Swivel Chair-Adjustable tilt and seat height. Height

SHon adjustment is 3", 43 Ibs.
Bradford County-wide Spell Hampton Elementary Friday
ing Bee is set to begin with February 2O, at 10 a.m. Single Pedestal Compact Desk Black DE4SI l-BK-FS7 fleg $165 051
preliminary competition at weal Uawtey .Elementary Tuesday Sage Brown D64-S-1 1-TGF56 N 11--

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The follow ing dates have been set drawer. Features Superoller file drawers. 45 x 24* top. 101 Ibs. Seat height adjustment 5'.
for the opening competition. Brooker Elementjgi r Wednesday -
Starke Elemenmtary Thursday << February 23, at 9:30 a.m. ft034
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Research Continues into New Sinkhole that Doesn't Sink



Hy Anne SponholU. LRM Editor oA sinkhole,with all thecnaructcrlstics developed In the Park of (the Palm
"It was a close call, but it turnedout '
: M T9 which swallowed one home and
.M r. vs of a sinkhole, they could not say up
it wasn't a problem, said Bill : of another.. No one wan
the
Wilson : 100% that this was what it was, Andif carport
staff geologist with the in this Incident.
it injured
were a sinkhole, there was no
Florida Sinkhole Research Institute evidence It would collapse suddenly According to Wilson,sinkholes area
in Orlando, referring to the sinkholeon
Charlie Home spent a good deal of common occurrence in Florida(
the shores of Lake Bedford that his time taking measurements and and it Is not unlikely for him to(
didn't sink. was quite rol.eved: each time he receive daily phone calls reporting
In September, Keystone Heights found that there was no movementin sinkholes Some, like the one on the
resident Charlie Home's property r the earth shores of Lake Bedford, never
turned into a hub of activity as "It gave me a pretty bad scare," develop into anymore than a simple
geologists, public safety officials, \ : Horne said shortly after he was con- slump in the earth, while other
hydrologists representatives of the I 4? vienced it was a slump In the earth cause thousands: of dollars worth of
KHVFD, reporters and television rather than a sinkhole. damage and a few have even claimed -
cameras gathered down by the edgeof N
S i ih. In December 1985 a sinkhole livesBILL'S ,
Lake Bedford to investigate what

appeared to be the beginning of a h. -

"I could do a graph for you that a4tkr
showed how it dropped the first nine CB RADIO and
inches, then two inches and then no
drop. Apparently it was mostly a Electronics & Communications
slump of the earth toward the lake,"
101-B Edwards Road Starke
Wilson said in a recent interview. -
Wilson wasn't so sure when he J 964-6897
came to inspect the "slump" this fir
past September. It appeared to be niAr SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
the beginning of a sinkhole and was
estimated to be approximately 300 Bearcat 145 Programmable $
feet in diameter,which brought it t 49.95
to the size of the sinkhole that up Scanner-16 Channel .. .. .. .
developed in Winter Park several f
years ago swallowing up several All Types of CB Radios & Antennas
businesses
A semi circle of sunken earth com

Home's ing out of yard the and lake yards went through of his r+' r ; +j EiJl; 'Y/, 'y;; E *,,, tT.i F a"t'te ': -
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neighbors. Horne was even cautioned ) l., ;, ...,,..y'Vey.. !1f.9.... ... frs f', .,., ;. ". : 5" ,at i
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be the center of the sinkhole.
New Sink Hole Annual Yield
Stakes were set out throughout the Forming...

area where the ground had slumpedand Tills depression in HIP pound on pioprity' near \\lmli t.iusrd user SIIMMMIoiih ol damage last >' >itripcils ,
Charlie Horne was placed in Kpstoiip heights may not look like niuih but it could : I...,I' linn tailed, into the site, which: li.islilrnril Rate
charge of taking measurements of !ht' Hip beginning of a new sinkhole similar lo the I imp \\ slight I.\ ii\vs' (lie p.isl rt'" months, %
the lake and ground to see if any CompoundedMonthly 7 3OI
changes took place. He reported his
findings to Bill Wilson at the Florida When Wilson inspected the area on
Sinkhole Research Institute. Home's beach in September he
During his visit to Keystone, distributed literature from the ,
Geologist Wilson and Hydrologistwith Florida Sinkhole Research Institute, I
the U,S. Department of In- which is the University of BIELLING'STIRES .: t
terior, Rick Spechler from Jackson Central Florida's Civil Engineeringand 'year %
ville, spent a couple of hours diving Environmental Science Department .. : i 7 3 9
in the lake to see if the lake bottom This Information said in part '
was affected in the same manner as n Annual 1 Yield .
the ground near the shoreline "Available information &SI))
"We spent a couple of hours in the suggests
that ii'a sinkhole in the I lioor of
water swimming back and forth opens
Lake Bedford, then it could lower i Rate %
looking for cracks and found
nothing. The lake bottom has about the lake level approximately 2011'et. INC. CompoundedMonthly 7 15
The lake would probably not drain
one quarter of an inch of dark brown
completely Sinkholes be .
can plugged
matter then
organic it is clean white
and
sand. So if there were cracks on the may seal themselves ,
naturally thus allowing the lake to -
lake bottom, we would have seen "
something. We were confident that refill.
there were no cracks," Wilson said. At the time of the otlidal I inspec- PROVIDENCE LAKE CITY LAKE BUTLERSR ;, ;8tte'ac': :
"As of November we stopped tion, both Wilson and Spi-chlcr said :
monitoring it." that although it appealed to be a 238 1004 S. Marlon 115 W Main 7 2801

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Bombing AttemptDon I P165/80R-13..32.51 FREE '" .
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Butler was arrested on Saturday, Guyott contacted Sheriff Jerry
Jan. 10,by Deputy J,A. Guyott of the Whitehead. When the sheriff arrived P185/75R-14 . 38.34 Mounting A' y.ri-eld
Union County Sheriff's Departmentand the home was secured and the nrnu"'a'l'
charged with one count of mak- sheriff contacted Raulerson at a P195/75R-14 . 38.78 Balancing
ing, possessing, throwing, placing home in Worthington Springs. Rate O
or discharging a destructive deviceor Raulerson returned to the mobile P205/75R-14 . 40.44 Stems / C! %
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The arrest came after the under arrest. P205/75R-15 . 41.59 Road W\ /
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bomb at Raulerson's home on state and Raulerson was released on his
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Medical Center. .
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Guyott,at 5:15: p.m. on Jan. 10,Can abuse evaluation and treatment program : ; %
dy Raulerson (wife of the suspect) under the supervision of the P235/75R-15 . 45.99 6.75
came to the Union County Jail In Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic
Lake Butler and asked that a deputy 2)That) he not consume alcohol or be Annual Yield
accompany her to her home at RMCso found in a place where alcohol is
that she could get her belongings.The consumed. 3)That) he have no con- Closed All Day Thursday
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request came as a result of tact with Candy Raulerson until a %
alledged domestic problems with court order is issued. 5
her husband. Guyott accompanied Compounded O J
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the front porch which in his opinion
appeared to be an explosive device
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Guyott said he discovered the
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who were required to register with $999
selective service in 1981 will be turn- 6. 01
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have the authority to accept Installed Yield
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By failing to register before turn- Financing
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Raising a Family of Goats Can Be Quite a Handful r

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By Mark KrlcdllnHCT
Staff Writer four little guys trying to eat all the
Do you like goats? time. Now that's a funny sight."
It certainly was.
Well lots of people are starting to. It seems there isn't quite enough
:. room to go around at dinner time
Bradford County resident Lynn four( eaters and just one feeder) and
Newsome had a big suprise when the little guys ore forced to"stand in
her nanny goat named "Judy"gave line" waiting their turn.
birth, recently.Judy: F
-s Young goats act almost like
friendly puppies, with their
furry
had had big litters before, hind legs andplayful natures.
she had a pair of rambunctious twins
last year, but this year she outdid Male Billy Goals delinantly need
herself, giving birth to not twins or it 1 to be fenced when they get old
triplets, but quadruplets, giving enough to"go courting" but females
Lynn a real handful to take care of. arp even-tempered and make great
pets.
"They are a lot of work especially The four newcomers at the
when they are first bornr Lynn Newsome farm are all Billys, r.
said. "But in a little while you get so leading Lynn to expect an
attached to them they are more like "exciting" time as they get older.
pets than anything else" "Their father's name is "Valen-
tino" and he certainly lived up to his i
Lots of people eat goats, they ,. name," she laughed. "If his sons do
make up a portion of the Southern the same we'll run out of room."
B-B-Q menu, and Lynn has sold a
few to to customers she says she was
"pretty sure what they were going to
do with them," but also say many GED TESTEarn
people are starting to have one or
two around if they have any other
farm animals because of their
"crazy but fun" personalities."I your high school diploma by taking

1 like the females the best" the GED Test. For further information call
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says, "they make great pets. We 9646150. The deadline for registering is
originally got a couple just to make
our farm more like a farm with dif February 5, 1987. Testing dates and timesare
ferent kinds of animals and then we ; four baby Ifillys! are quite a handful uvcording
had a real family! started." hut she Hays they quickly become like pels as follows:
than farm animals

A family of goats, that is. '
The Newsomes raise Nubian c1r Feb. 9 & 10 Feb. 11 & 12
goats one species among many including "pit
Alpines LaManchas and
Toggenburg, and sold goatsmilk, a
Photo,Mark'.'..dll"a..dl..d 1:00: p.m. 6:30:
precious commodity to some people, p.m.
County T.l.graph
when they started raising them.In .
3:00
fact some newborne infants : p.m. 8:15: p.m.
born with certain stomach disorderscan : 6:30: p.m.
drink only goats milk, becauseof
the unique combinations of en- 8:15: p.m.
zymes it contains and it is prescribed -
for adults suffering from certain
intestinal diseases, as well as

diseases Chris Cambell of the skin., a Starke resident ORIAN WELLS I 1
suffering from a rare skin disorder f- ;
was once prescribed it and advisedto CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE
drink it to the exclusion of all else r
during a certain period of his treat I'.S. 301 North

ment."It has a saltier taste than cow's GMII.--J72-OIO.J: : Mttirkc. <<)(.1.7:>00 Jux 282-1522
milk," Lynn says "I don't drink it
myself but we used to sell it to quitea
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Green ------ Hit at H ospital
--- : Screening a

Bradford Hospital in conjunctionwith ple"were examined. *the breast examinations..Prichard is
Honored Alachua General's AGH) Dr. Georgeta Latcu of Keystone on staff of both North Central
Cancer and Oncology program, Heights, and Dr. William Rocaforti Florida Hospice and AGH's Cancer
rI recently offered free breast ex: of Starke, performed ,and Oncology Program. She has extensive ,..
for 30Years aminations, colorectal and oral screenings. Both doctors are training in cancer preven- -
screenings to the public. members of the Bradford Hospital tion and detection.
breast self-
medical staff: Participants viewed a
During the five hour screening examination film and were given a
.oerlod, at Bradford Hospital, 37 peo- Laurie _Prichard: : RN,,performed colorectal screening_ packet. _

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There was a full house at the Brad
ford Hospital retirement reception
last week for Mrs. Thelma Green.In .
a packed dining room at the
hospital, employees cheered as
Green was awarded gold earringsand
Mowers. Chief Operating Officer
Tim Rearick preserved Green with a
certificate and a letter from Al K. .
Carlisle board chairman, in honorof
30 years of dedicated service. '
At a previous hospital party I HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS
Green had received an engravedsilver .. .JIo'1.' .-... .
tray presented by Rearick.
Green, a member of the dietary
kitchen staff, had served as a staff Testing...
member since the hospital was open- Dr.Georgeta Latcu examines Doris Roberts of Starke during the oral i in ro k- s a. n .
ed in 1956.
cancer screening held at Bradford Hospital. 'r IIc.vc1
As employees joined the party and 1
enjoyed punch and cake decorated
with white iced poinsettas, Green .
said her colleagues had been like"a a
second family' to her and would be
missed. All Mowers
Rearick and Food Service \ .,,
manager Blanche McEuen agreed p;.rt : 'S100 on Sale!
that Green was a wonderful worker
and wished she would stay. Green In- 0 ,
tends to spend more time with her i
family but promised to "come out
and see everybody soon."

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Laurie Prichard, RN. left)discusses the screenings with Dr.Georgeta Change Oil 2 4
Latcu (right). Sharpen Blade

C ) Adjust Carburetor plus parts
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Clean Air Filter Adjust Brakes & Belts

o0o i 1 Lube Throttle Service Tires & Battery

Retiring... Check All Nuts & Bolts Grease All Fittings
:Mrs, Thelma Green has retired
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Hospital after 111): years of service. The Eskimos have 12 words for "snow."

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. F&D ends year with record profits

Farmers and Dealers Bank in assets were 24025380. The bank's
Lake Butler announced their finan- total deposits were '$22,464,268 at ,;\
cial results for the year ending year end, which compares with
December 31, 1986. $20,901,589 last year,a 7.5 percent In- HOURS
The bank, which is presently the crease. 8:30-7:00 t se; U.S. 301 South
only financial institution based in The bank's equity position at year
Union County, ended its 75th year end was$3,240,544 which was up 12.9 Mon.-Sat. RF' Starke 964-6071
with record profits of $410,327. This percent from the previous year. 10-6 Sun. .
represents a gain of 6.05 percentover Presently the bank has $14.43 in ti I" 1
the 1985 earnings of $386,902 capital for every $100.00 in deposits,
and the 51st year in a row, dating one of the strongest capital-to-
back to 1935,that the bank has book deposits ratios for Banks operatingin
ed a profit. Florida.
Total assets on December 31st Farmers and Dealers Bank
were $25,921,087 which is up 7.9 per- stockholders earned a 14.3 percent
cent from the end of 1985 when total. return- on their investment. for 1B6Tor &sr6 Wd'i'

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Steins from 'Hit Man' Murders .. b'S Hom.e SeS. '

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by Carolyn Eaves Sims Watson, from her former husband Banister The arson charge to which Hearn is serving life in prison for FURBISH PLC
Staff Writer who had legal custody and had Watson pleaded guilty stemmed Banister's murder and is expectedto ttt
The family of a woman slain by a removed them from Watson's home from the Walton County fire. get life in prison for Batie's 4 4S6-3Q55 _
Kit-man' has filed a $107 million Oct. 31. That plan later involved Watson, who has been in custody murder.In ,
lawsuit against Soldier of Fortune murder. since being arrested, was freed on the unrelated murder-for-hire New Construction Remodeling
magazine,alleging that it circulated Hearn confessed to the shotgun her own recognizance after entering in Texas (Sandra Black) Hearn was
advertisements for professional murder of Cecil Lee Batie, 33, of the guilty pleas. also sentenced to life in prison. Electrical Plumbing
killers. Gainesville on Jan. 6, 1985. Hearn The Batie murder trial is now on The magazine has abolished its -
The lawsuit stems from a murder admitted collecting $10,000 for the the Alachua County Spring Trial 'personal' classified ads that Roofing Trailer Poles
committed by a hired killer who has crime from Batie's ex-wife Marlene Calendar. solicited employment.
confessed to two murders In Brad- j-------lICbupo..."..... ------.=

ford The and suit Alachua filed last counties.week in federal Special! Carpet Cleaning I ItI

court by Marjorie and Glenn EX-MARINES-67-69 'Nam Vets, Ex-DI, weapons specialist I

grandson Elmann of Gary Bryan Wayne, Texas Black and their, 17, I Jungle warfare, pilot M.E., high risk assignments, U.S. or)

claims because the it allowed magazine Uimly was disguised negligent\! overseas. ((404)) 991.2684. ((86)) $Q95 pec room III

offers of guns! for hire.' KNOWTOUR ENEMY! First ru e of survlva.Tiectronic'Suf-f/ I''I ,U. --- 2 room RUMflHim

The damages suit seeks and$7.5$100 million million in actual in- veillance Devices. Details $/refundable.. HUNTER, Box 3132. I Move The Fumitur steam or shampoo I

punitive damages against Solider of Winston-Salem NC 27102. ((87)) 1 ''Sr. Citizen & Mislay Disc urrIs
Fortune Magazine and its publisher. i I
Sandra Kay Black, the Elmanns SPECIAL FORCES VIDEO TAPES. Operational Techniques
daughter, was shot to death In 1985 FM3120. FIVE SEPERATE TAPES. Tape I: Intelligence & I Special: Sofa & Chair 29.95 I
by a man who had been waiting in Psychological Operations; Infiltration: & 3 Air I "
her College Station house for several Planning; : .Op- Wmanfy: :Customer satisfac
hours. She was shot twice in the face erations-Communications; 4: Water Operations-Communica, I lIOn monerback guarantee. I
as she carried groceries into the kit tions; 5: Demolition-Engineering-Medical Aspects of SF Op Professional 1 service with a

chen. erations. VHS ONLY $29.95 each plus $2.95 shipping & handling I oriented personal touch. Christian I

After the killing, a copy of Soldierof SELF RELIANCE GROUP, 316 California Avenue.Suite I \ company. I
Fortune was found in the Blacks 206 Reno NV 89509. ((90)) I = I Please
home, with an ad for John Wayne CaU 964-4485 I
Hearn circled Murder For Sale... I
Hearn testified that Robert V. I
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Black, the victim's husband, offered This ad appeared in a copy of the magazine"Soldier / suburban Atlanta. -complete fanhorbl Service AnOable I
him $10,000 plus expenses to kill his of Fortune" in the Fall of 198*. The At leant. three murders were committed by Hearn Ii
wife. telephone number wan on a telephone unnweringservice alt a result of the ad which is the reason for thelaw8uit
arranging Black is the on Texas'murder death so he row could for that John Wayne Hearn had set up in by the family of one of the vlctinm. i 1--Rite-Way Carpet Cleaning Co. I=

collect $100,000 in insurance money sew
and marry his lover. Sims Watson. Watson pleaded guiltyto -
plotting the death and agreeded to
Hearn also confessed to the killingof testify against three co-defendants;
John Joseph Banister of Starke on her father, mother and sister, Debra
Feb; 2, 1985. Hearn shot Banister Banister.
twice as he drove along a remote Watson,29, faces a maximum of 35 .a
stretch of highway near Hampton. years in prison and a fine of $15,000 A
Hearn told a jury that he and after pleading guilty to conspiracyto
Banister's wife, Debra, plotted the commit murder and arson to
killing because Hearn and Debra defraud an insurance company.
Banister were in love and wanted to The murder trial of mom,dad and
.
marry. daughters was scheduled for June 8, Iw.I.
With Hearn testifying against her, 1986, but received a continuance. :.. sIII
Debra Banister was found guilty of Watson, her parents, Franklin /
second degree murder in August, Sims, 53, and Iris Sims, 47, and her
1985. She was sentenced to 17 yearsin sister Debra, were indicted for the i
prison. Batie murder. Batie died from a
Debra Banister reportedly con- shotgun blast fired through the front
tacted Hearn in late 1984 after she window of his Gainesville home. _..
read a Soldier of Fortune magazinead Hearn's $10,000 fee reportedly Did'jj;
listing Hearn's 'mercenary' ser- came from $30,000 in insurance pro-
vices. Hearn's service was required ceeds paid to Iris Sims after her
to get the two children of mother's home in Walton Countywas Lost
Debra Banister's sister, Marlene burned by Watson and Debra While QuanttHs'




Circuit Court FinalsAppearing


before Judge John J Dec. 29 DispositionsPatricia
Crews Dec. 22 were the following
defendants who received final A. Carpenter placed on -
disposition. four years probation for attempted '
introduction of contraband, into
Beckl Sullivan,1 guilty of' tteritpted -' prison;; 'Ordered to paY'court costs,''' PAIR f/l1li
introduction of contraband, was attorney fees and participate in "
evaluation in substance and alcohol ::; '
placed on two years probation, ::1 \ Ladies'jeans
abuse.
ordered to $300 attorney fees. .
pay :" ii" TICHR
Ronald D. Sedgwick guilty of Timothy Lee Tyler placed on probation
burglary of a dwelling, placed on four years for possession of a P.Y
community control six months, controlled substance, cocaine. Fined
followed by 4'2 $1,000, court costs, attorney fees and -
years probation pay end sizeS van
$740 attorney fees. other special conditions. Styles
Joseph Luke, guilty of two countsof Ralph Lamar Gilpin placed on store to store. g
worthless check, placed on five three years probation for possessionof g-9--IISOF
years probation with special conditions a controlled substance, phenter- LADIES? FASHION PR.JEANS. .
and ordered to make restitu mine. Fined $1,000. '10
tion. Wanda Glover placed on probationfive
for unlawful sale
Shirley Ann Williams, guilty of years or '
substance. 'I r ftoaularty 1UB9L
delivery of a controlled
sale or delivery of a controlled ,
substance, placed on community Leon H. Bright placed on one year I -"
control for 12 months followed by probation for introduction of contra- II _ill
three ;years probation with special band into jail. Fined $1,000, pay ., -- /A
conditions and ordered to make court costs, attorney fees, par- _
in alcohol counseling. t
ticipate
restitution.

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I Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces the distribution of
USDA commodities. You qualify to receive commodities if you:
Receive Food Stamps
Required: Letter DecisionOR
Receive AFDC
Required: Medicaid Card t-
OR Receive SSI
Required: MedicaidCard -=-
OR Meet the income guidelines below: -4 ; PAIR
Income Eligibility Scale beginning July 1, 1986 thru June 30, 1987. oIrsIi
HOUSEHOLD PER PER PER '
SIZE YEAR MONTH WEEK AS' Athletics For Men Ladles
$ 6,968 $ 581 $134 Boys
,1 I7 7r,
2 9,412 785 181 Iq Joggers, hi-tops mid-hi's, cart or aerobic -
3. 11,856 988 228 styles. Men's 6Vi-12. Ladles' 510. Boys' U.
4 14,300 1,192 275
5 16,744 1,396 322 Bath
6 19,188 1,599 369 21fc?
7 21,632 1,803 416 I Towels 1 rr ? t i,
8 24,076 2,007 463 '
Each additional Reg. 349. Santa Cruz by Cannon.
Family member + $2,444 $204 $47 HAND TOWEL REQ. 2.49..1.99
Commodities must be picked up only at the sites designated on the WASHCLOTH REQ. 1.30 ...'1 8r'j 7
card. You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or z
either of two designated alternates may pick up the commodities. i ,_
Certification,Recertification or Replacement of a lost card will be done ''ll'1 97e- r q
at the Outreach Center.None will be issued,however,during distribution I I ;; 1,
_. _. "Exception( : out-lying areas will be recertified during distribution due to t h1a1dYfIYILMY.
distance involved.) -
Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributionsto
tne elderly aryl t-rndicapped. If you have trouble standing, please bringa
folding lawn so you can be more comfortable.
USDA's Emerge. :y Food Assistance program is available to all eligi- t s ItIIT: /@ n --- /"iJ"C.n.-!:
SPECIAL s
dicap.Distribution ble recipients. regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex or han- VALUE Wj) .YNIIAN 7bo. r /fLf..A.1f?.- fl. B-

sites and dates are as follows:
LAWTEY 10 FOR 3.00 iwicl Family Car 4.S oz. mint Family Dollar e." oz. Aquamarine 14JI oz. -SmaH medium or lara-
January 26, 1987, Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10 a.m.-2:00: p.m. 2.00 ::: T1I10FOR$1 or gel pump toothpaste mint, fluoride or gel mole ui*fatten or 15 oz Goody foam rotters
STARKE > 200 ct. Fancy Buds toothpaste shampoo conditioner -11 OL"G
January 22, 1987, Old RJE School Building, 10:30: a.m.-4 p,m. cotton swabsAssorted Family Dollar 6.4 oz. Family Dollar. 9 oz. creanv Asst. ffoiiinihM.Ml .
January 23, 1987, Old RJE School Building, 9:00: m.-l:30: p.m. 30 ct. Hall tartar control regular or super or ultra hotel ft Drt deodorant 1.5
HAMPTON cough tablets gel toothpaste hair spray oz.rot-on or 2 oz. solid
January 27, 1987, Hampton City Hall, 10 am.-2:00: p.m. =
SPEEDVILLE .
January 28, 1987, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church,.10 a.m1:30: p.m. Assorted Nestle Bars
BROOKER
January 21, 1987, Brooker City Hall, 10 m.-l:30: p.m.
Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities In. GcnvA'aGcma'lyyq

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22 few
ke..tw.se.r
1.19.3 Oz. Quaker State OHIOWM :
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H,,.'. a hlah-flvlno bit of nw:about the scientific 1820 when(Investigation George Pocock of kit.applied began bars. Limit 2. t HDM or Ftogulw:UO.Limn S quarts. sp 15 ttaM.. r.M 89 hds.3:Ea .
schoolmaster ..
with an English Price Good Al All Family Dollar Store 2
drlv. carriage. .
und.r.t.ndlng of these deviaso .
the ..I.tlng Through This Weekend. Quantities Limit
On Some Item No Sale To Dealer 309 South Walnut Street Starke, Florida JSuit







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CARS &TRUCKS
YARD SALES PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN MOBILE HOMES ,

111 CUTLASS MOUGMAM. SoIooo9Ie FOR SALE

owner, low mileage* S399S. *64 7271, TAW' SAUa Ft*. San, cI sK1 s. shoe. UNK FENCES In.lolled. Fr. b
964-4319. 12/18 rfncfcg OBTMM ft InM....lkaiU akaadkv,:3 .etrimate Handy-Man F.nc. Co.
S MM ** nam
NEW *
USED
194 FORD TRUCK. Step-sid.. Goad.. Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy fcruillcgar'REALTY
restoring. Mag wheals "$.295. II.y 11s s.ra..ton*Handy\ Way. Wells at A&W Mobil. Himes, 964 6407
we.kasds. Sac* far ypr 1/15 IftdIo9 GLASS CUT TO ORDERS Door, window. or 964-6408. 8/14 tfnrw {
964-7536. t 1225tfnchg .
Evenings .. ..
TAJBD SALE 1tm Jbtonrf* Reeftsuran*In. etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. -- -
1..v Sind y .d'. 9-5. Curtom. 964-6078. Order eJ. token In lake ,
o NEW 14 X
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SPECIAL DEAL1979 Meoury C pnl.Red ......... dlaA..v .lI.HP...._, cash Butler. 496-307 and Keymtone 3/3. $13,995.Only at Uncle
w/black trim f"S,PB.AC oma Iran..* ..gxss.r.dl.Ibav.nA. .....cem.cheirv" Heights Roys. Ocala. 3518514. 1/B 4tchg 1/29 .
..di .. 473-4973. 2/21 DOUBLEWIDE. 3 BR. 2 BA for sale
cyl.,. good shape. n tune .- asking Mblkn. cedar> IV. Ma cart .ock.rsrf0teo.ww. t,
$1500. Call 964-4O37: 4oy or payments about $225 $500 down pay. PHONE 964-7776
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TV sianaV desk, HANDYMAN carpentry ....
eleo
painting ment. free delivery 8
964-4480 night ofS.3O Auk for I setup Just good '
..d --I' a<#ier Mann. ITSTAJDSAU rrlcol. complete home I ICecelia
credit Stork
repair. needed. Olln's
Mobile N.
Temple.
Tudy. 1/1 4ff| 1/22 l..... Home 6 SOS .
Reasonable rates licensed .
contractor.Call Center, SIm k., FL 9645606.
19B4 TOYOTA TERCH. 4- AC. TFNchg
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:FtriI..-Salt.-Sv n.'s Mitch. 473-3940. 1/9tfn 1/8 TerwlllegerTodav
cammri. Coil -
AM/FM. cassette, cruise
Ti.B.tFyk. Hera mgW a.011..91"0.* FAIRFIELD ROOFIMOt Free ..'Imo,...
oh.r IhwtmCADILLAC'6 p.m. weekdoy S33-240S. .Innilpan. BaV> Is* a>iu.-ey on mghr.ColxD.'e Licensed. Insured and bonded. All HOMES OF MERIT 24 X 52. 3 BR, 2 BA andalwavs t mav God bestow His loyeonyou.

MERCEDES font**. ec. <1iiiBa sia'ar. l&i-imTl" ITS types of roofing.... repairs. 485-1556 full kitchen fireplace. Many ...Ira.. SPECIAL
IMhgYAJK _or 374-1443 anytime.. 9/1 tfnchg Located In Starke. Call 1.322.2532 after
direct from Gov nnm.ml. Seated. in .SAlE:FMoay onV.\ Sowmi cd Textil'* 5 p.m. 1/84tpd 1/29 .12.66 ACRES Pond road frontage on Hwy 100. S.E. 24th Av.. j
drug rod.. Available, your area. Soe lima 30* ...... lone-, WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and
E.1.A< $thousondt 216.453.3000. -
Minute far SI.... I/1S ItadlCtAMT freezers In my shop. I buy. sell or trade today. Free credit check by phone.
1/8 2tpd 1/15 ... ...... VAMDSA1E. ...... 3O1 Drive.IT used appliances. 496.3090. 12/25 tin Only at Uncle Roy's. Ocala. 3518514. EASY "TO ENJOY -' Brick. 3BR,-1'/.BAT; CI-1/A; Targe famiry
.
1972 CHEVY IMPALA 41110. mm. 101SaI_ ........ .30..Ii': ??? 1/15 WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME weekdays 1/8 4tchg 1/29
formal utility room
body good. Great 2nd car. SSOO..... room with fireplace, living & dining room, j
hours. with Infants.' .
IIcJIog any Expectanced UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE HOME. King Service
782.3525. 1/15 Itchy References. C4.8612. 1/8 2tpdSILVER since 1946. 5"% down. Select Acc.ss to beautiful Crystal Lake. See to appreciate.

BOATS /15 models sold at cost. Free phone-In THERE'S A HOME FOR YOUR BUDGET 3 BR, 1 Bath, newly ]

LOSTFOUNDWALKER SHIELDS *Sj n OF FLORIDA. credit. For Homes of Merit, Skyline, painted, corner lot In the city, $22,000.

1976 16" RCGAl TRi ..... w.ni 85 ....po. recommended by Florida Funeral Fleetwood & Liberty. Only at UncleRoy's. ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 8 acres. Minutes |
DOG found in Lake .. _""'---- ........,. and "*" *.*. SUBOa Dal.et..uR. Directors Assock. Funeral plans birth to Ocalo. 331-8514. 1/8 4tchg 1/29 from 16. Great home for trailer
age 83. Local sponsoring firm Archl. I9BI 52 X 14, Llb.rty Mobil. Home, 2 prison on Hwy. space.
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No Call O4-179 L1I7. ICllY2" "'
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ting oreo. logs./ Tanner Funeral Ham. Family BR. 1 BA good condition 5500. IT'S THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT: Secluded 1980 doublewide, 7'II' |
1/151tpd counselor Mr, John Gentry. 9645757.t 782-3861 Carter Rd... 1/15
Lawtey. 2tpd wooden
FOUND T.V.. East of Melrot*on SI*36. LAND FOR SALE IS Itpd 1/22 ceilings, in the middle of 4 acres, inground pool,
Call for further jnfotimai" .an. MW4.. -- deck, wooden playground equipment. 55000.
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Ask for Alan or Jean. 1 18 4'tChg29 --- - UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 Frame five nice lots-
FOUND Blonde female cMwalwiaL, Un M CRY:f6.000 Colll.....5TiW; after cottage-on
Found on 301 in Stork. Old *w"ry o.. S. cot!....525..:3 07 tAe Kingsley Lake Village. 30500.
front left paw No collar and nary tOT ON WISTMO 1AMO ST.. far salmulls SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED!III I I FINE LOTS. Ap

friendly. If thu is your dog.pl.a c.R! did tnowsa. am pope. ..ty. $ 5OO. prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, ((10%
782.3492 oftr 9:30 a.rn'MOTORCYCLES. ,HI-_,3 t ll/-2I>>6te1ltg
U: ACRES-2 55 Iknlar far. cennaJI. over Accelerated Realty Inc. for 10 years).
.f. area dleared GREAT Raw. countryIkana .THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon

1Iiwo xwq..br F.wsnwoII. srrch"" a mobl. Phone 964-4544 doublewide-Sampson Lake( Access, 35000. Gread Getaway. I

1911 YAMAHAXTSOO.slravtardifitbaMuVry norik. uniuniUI famr eflc. Several : IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100
.
auo ef .waking paean. ._ S280OOcmJh
good conddi..... $650. 964-82110. .. ar SI2jOOOI ijln..end payments of East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR 3 BA, attractive deck overlooking a 1/4J

12/11 tfn_._ $ZD.....-..... SIW....._.call!966493.- .- *. 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida] acre fish pond with fish) HAVE to see I
-- -- Homes Lots Acfeage RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH IN A LOVELY LAND.

Farms ] SCAPED SURROUNDING )12 BR, 2 BA, doublewide. 1.76 acres. [

FAULKNER INC. No Charge to List Your wat.rfrolB] Close to Crosby Lake Public Landing.

REALTY Call and discuss it with FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage, I
drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby j
Located Hwy 301 -2 BIb S. SB. 100 I BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 5 BR 2 BA. living room with f ireplSfeY'fSmpIdining
Lake Inlet. CH&A 39995.
,
( room, large kitchen with lots of cabinet space, snack bar inside
221 W. Lafayette Street [utility' room enclosed garage. Priced to sell. SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 ac. plus 700 ft. bldg. 41

[ TWO STORY CEDAR HOME 3 BR. 2 BA. 2.200 sq. ft. living area 1,200 spaces rented $200 a month. Trailer sales space rents for |
964-5069 ft. covered porch. Great design Coll for Appointment month.
; $1,000 a
[ [ GREAT FOR LIVING AND ENTERTAINING Brick home, 4 BR, 2 BA, Formal
sunken living room formal dining room family room w/fireplace large AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange & |

eEINJCa- ,,'.In kitchen with cabinets gal or.. CH&A. Central vacuum workshop all Pratt 3 Br., 2 Bo., CH&A, LR, DR, family room & patio.
on 10.9 acres, partially fenced. Ci'y water LET US SHOW YOU THIS LOVELY ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET cleared 100'

Susan M. Faulkner. GR11. as HOME. x 192' lot 2 utility sheds pump, well and septic tank. Trimmed|
i SPACIOUS HOME ON HWY 100 C8 home 3 BR 2 BA faintly. room 2,200sq.
PRESIDENT ft. out in lovely banana bushes, 17000.
nestled on 4.59 acres. CALL US.
REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS WORK IN JACKSONVILLE OR GAINESVILLE. LIVE NEAR LAWTEY CB home. RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom, 65' x 130' lot. 10000.

I lrs>ne> I. Faulkner 94-5142 I 3 BR, 2 BA great room with fireplace, dining area central vacuum and SO CLOSE I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, I'/i bath 45000.
Lucille Spry 944-C43O I stereo workshop with two open shelters 2 wells sep'ic. all ", ,5 beautiful. 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. |

Marty Russell 473-7694 I acres with a fishpond.. Owner will finance 82322. A smart Florida investment.
I LAKE BUTLER AREA Start your own meo' business wih '1". meat processing
Bobby Biggs 944-7331 INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially j
J 20
plan' in acres and b. your wn boss. Mobil HOme" on si'e Build
Mary burden 4-735S I you wn home on this b.au'ltulla"d. COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH subdivided highway frontage close to school, $1,000 per
Jus acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I

3/2 MH fully furnished on SR. 16 West. I OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELL From. home, 3 BR. I BA. screened porch all ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
I on 28.7 acres good land good 'Imb.r.wa'er .)fs'.'" 'o, livestock pensnachmery NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Ctub-for development.
3/2 MH with 10 acres off pecan grove. storage building fenced $74,750.
.SIX ACRES-Great Primitive Church Rd. 12000.
OVER 2 ACRES on SR 16 East. JDOUBIEWIOE 3 BR, 2 BA. s'ove, retrigera'or ceiling fans CHSA,, well Buy Baptist
I and septic, front porch all on 2.6 acres. LET US SHOW YOU! WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.
CHURCH ST. well-built 2 BR. 1 BA. c/b. hard- I COMMUTE TO GAINESVILLE Neat and clean mobile hniiie In Brooker area PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.

[ 'wood floors call for appointment to see. I I on anwo t if S25.00O.lots 2 BR. 2 BA screened porch- ,s'orogs, building,. ,well,' and sep'ic SMALL,CB STRUCJURE-NJQ, acreSj '!( 3,W.'SiSfl"' ,*. .
CUSTOM BUILT DOUBLEWIDE 1 furnished Club f90M00. ,,
on acre I ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALEColl us for details FORTY ACRES Near Country t j>

I or unfurnished built-on family room & porch I RENTAL PROPERTY Fr...... 2 BR. I BA. 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.
with deck SELECTED PROPERTIES CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000.
other
pool patio workshop &
garage I 10 ACRES Bradford County 13'h Street. N.E... Pecan Grove KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x 130' $2,750 ea.
i extras. 105.2 ACRES Norlh_.' Alachua County. Priced -o sell
LAWTEY AREA-Flve acres, 13000.
NICE AREA. 2.500 ft. off 110 ACRES in South Cloy Couny. R.sldential.Agrtcul'ur., SI7.900
approx. sq. living area. .15 ACRES HWY 1833000. One mile off 301.
I
20 ACRES Northwest Bradford County Best water in he Coun'yI .
1 3 BR, 2 SA, brick veneer custom drapes some appliances I4.0S ACRES Southwest Bradlord County with pecan'rees and 'wo wells OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, $15,000.

included large family room has I 4.55 AND 2.14 ACRES Two separate parcels Near Graham zoned 'for MH. RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre 4500.

i fireplace, formal living & dining room. I LAKE LOTS Owner financing Available. LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 story 1 acre.
I CITY LOTS Two blocks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16, W.
LARGE LOT with chain link fence 3 BR. 1 BA. I CITY BLOCKS Northeast Section. NEAR PRISON 8 acres, 20000.

'. Priced to sell at 32000. Assumable mortgage. LOT NEAR LAKE ALTO Zoned for mobile, home. After Hours
j HWY 301 SOUTH > Property) for good business ven'ure. Pauline 964.6323
REDUCED TO $21.500 3 BR. 2 BA on 2 lots. Call | COMM SLOGAN CITY Approx. 13,000 sq. f'. floor space. Priced Right' Randolph |
475-2597
for a showing. -FREE NOTARY SERVICES- Randy Cory
Anne Terwillegor Nelson 473-7541
Y i RETAIL STORE OR OFFICE SPACE can be 2 or 3 ?JUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I I

units. Owner is willing to lease back. AFTER HOURS:

*STARTER HOME has 3 BR. 1 BA. only S19.50O. Wayne Douglas.....964-6593 Novls Ward..........964-7454

INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY with 37 acres & John Gr..n..533.2121 Bill Dodd..964.7408 '

Irving Clark..........964-7188 Cindy Kurlmay......964-7408 '
nice home. Call for details. BRASINGTON
0< [ Tom ..m.nt..9.-6439 Don Hood..468.1905 i iCADILLACOLDSMOBILE

WE HAVE 22 ACRES of living area on 4% lots in < Jams Dilt*...........964-8629 Patsy Lowion........964-69271 INC.

city. $39,500. Assuof beautiful land fenced some .

pecan & oak. ( "Where Quality Is Still Important" ,

*7 RENTALS reported good income or use 6 rentals .

& live in house. James Brady
Supplies From
Plumbing
1 ACRE Melrose area Lake privileges & Cadillac 0IdIinab1e '

possibly commercial use. Durranco Pump & Supply '2001 N.W. 13th"Your St.Local Representative"Bus.

COUNTRY LIVING 2 acres with 3 BR. 1 % BA \
W. Drill 2" to 4" Walls State Licensed: Gainesville, FL 32601 ((904)) 318.5301
frame home. Priced much lower than appraisal.
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.....14 N.TemcU I Ave..$t'!'...!. 964-7061J!
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME
1984 CATAUNA TF

on 1.13 acres with fenced yard. Assumable mortgage .--- -

if qualified. 11-

SMALL FRAME. 2 BR. 1 BAr home in Lake Butler '
COUNTRY HOME you'v. dream- e DRASTICALLY REDUCED S mm.
| $15,500. i ed of owning. It has everything! to Storke, 25 min to Gainesville,
BEAUTIFUL LARGE HOME ON CRYSTAL LAKE. r '4/2 ov.r 2,000 sq. ft. Price just on paved road. Custom built brick
r r r r J r.duc.d $2000.LOCATION home, 4/4, 3.200 plus .q. ft., pecan
I Call & make appointment to see. .. r r trees and 3 acres. NOW 131000.

OVER 7 ACRES ON 301 SOUTH with large OB. 4. ..CAVI Oik.DODGEMS* *- PLUS Large entertaining Owner financed.- -

[ BR, 3 BA home with building for business. D si8rtatectAppraiser RCS.9E4-I941 area 3 BR 2'/t BA many .",ra.. Horn.
and grounds Immaculate. See It and love .10 ACRES with doublewide. Excellent j ,
*VERY LARGE OLDER HOME dose to school. 4 BR. StAAN/l. it. condition.

1 2'/ BA in 30s. Good assumable mortgage must iOPALDICKSOM" Rei,9i-58$*
.. ei svww; .. SUZANNI KITCHENS *LAKE FRONT white beach and clearwater .COUNTRY LIVING on 2 ac. in an |
qualify. *( ''* a- .i.iI 2/2 on almost 1 acre beautifully almost new C/B h<- pith fireplace.
*SR 16 EAST Over 2 acres. t landscap.d. West of lawtey.

*SR 16 WEST 3/2 M.H. fully furnished. LAdOfHOMf-ln city on approx. .9 KEYSTONE AREA Mobile name vim |

10 ACRES OF PECAN GROVE with 3/2 M.H. acre 4/2 CHSA 1900 plus sq. ft. ossum. lake access.Immaculate 23900. (Central
H & A).
*2 ACRES with this 3 BR 2 BA masonry home. Includes mtg.e -
*CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS A I
| many extras. Call for appointment to see. LOCATION LOCATION Walk to gracious brick home, just minutes large from I
WE HAVE LANG- s'h wellseptic : 11 ACRES IN CITY on Highway everything. Neat as q pin and manicured
BROOKLYN LAKE Beautiful view from this t tank. Budding lets 16W, city water > sewer available, yard. 2 Br. ,_a s3, j. Starke and Keystone Heights. Shown by I
| recently remodeled cottage. acreage from I ajcr.end up. Som. 2 story ham. 4 BR. 2% BA. appointment.
with. _owner fkgplj0g,__ ,100000. EXCELLENT BUY $17,500.3/1. wi co;-
*2 STORY home in town p $34.500. J port, Best area. HURRY)I.C I. *HOMEMAKERS' DREAM 3/2. CHSA.
:: above ground Dbl'
pool. A :20 X
*3 BR MOBILE HOME on 1 acre. 18000. j AWAY FROM TKf CROWDS. You will .NO THRU TRAFFIC .on a court 3/1. 25 upstairs roam to be garage completed to
LOTS JOINING with I tow the privacy' this home 0"..... 4/3 C/B In town central heat 1 air, hard. PERFECT IN.LAW-HOUSING ''or (3 have own BR
your private
GOLF COURSE frontage on suite All this
12.100 sq. ft. plus an extra large garage. wood floors, only $41,400. families. 2 nice homes on 1 large k>t.Separate .- only' 166.000..COMI'UTILY.
Hwy 230. I Many outstanding features on 1.76 living but closed-enough tlo

*2 LOTS IN TOWN PRICED TO SELL. I acre*. Brand Mew C.re. INVESTORS Pinesong S/D. Paved ,.keep a check on each other/ NbV h 7 EXECUTIVE UVTNti on slocked fake.I road through property. Owner finance .. ham., excellent condition on 1\% acre.
;- *2 BR, 1 BA, kitchen equipped frame S brick ing. New
large swimming pool. large lot on paved *PRICI REDUCED-3 BR brick home on* carpet throughout :3 ceiling fans.
home with nice and I street with sidewalk. Brick home with
carport
garage. NSW RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL "
renovated kitchen.CH&A .
'
3.64 acres newly FRAME .
ENERGY lff. A" 4 BR 2 j
LAKE I over 2.200 sq. H.3 BR.2 M. large ent.rtaning BUILDING with plenty of and ,
*SAMPSON SHORES Call) for a showing. parking paneled walls, picture window
I Bath 2 fireplaces, CH4A. pool 1 I Iextras
ether amenities. many
ar Many
positive cash flow.Located In the busiest nestled amid 8 ; '
home is peqanVrees.
*49 ACRE FARM Call for a showing. on 2 acres. Only "7.000.
section of Stark. 'Owner Is ready for on 9"..'. i
HAMPTON Fenced S acres with large frame J *LEASE WITH OPTION TO IUY In city, jiA*.*J t t
2 .MINI-FARM-Between Starke and lake EXECUTIVE LIVING Country Club.|
(neat 2 BR from horn. $24.500.
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home. WEIL ESTAIi1S11ED'comi.rcIel Butler.' 4/2 CH"A on.8 oes. Extras: large 3BR 2 BA brick home 2-car garage
building across from Community Bonk. CB bldg. B lo/ge poliborn' ,. many amenities
SUBDIVISION
GOLFVIEW lots
available- owner .COMMEROALyIWO. Many uses.I 134 Price has been drastically REDUCED to ,
< finance. I M. Water St.$35.000. move property.' _' r'WaI' >a .ln-quiries O n Our Other PropertiesrJ



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MIMOSA MANOR MOBN.I HOME PARK MUSICAL sWSraUMCMIS: As low o LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly, man- IXPERIENCED NURSERY SUPERVISOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should. be submitted -
Mobil Homes and spoces for runt. $14.99 per---. Co 9441946. Hn DIVORCED WMTE MALE seek woman to thly efficiency apartments, I or 2 BR Sundays & night for church. Call to the lake Raglan Monitor office .
Recreotionol vehicles w.lc_. Phone CHEW ... PARTS % tan onymmg you correspond with" and to grow with In call 4732919. 1/1 tfnchg In writing and paid in advance
473.3829 Man, Wed Frl 95.
954 7498. 9/16 Ho need-Aide*, front or roar owlotransm. lava and wider standing. He's 39,5'10". MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per 2tchg unless credit is already established.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 ... 2 170** brown hair blue to BABYSITTER needed beginning feb. 2 In
... trajisfm oars 2 oUferenltype -? eye, easy month. Partially furnished. Keystone with this office.MONITOR .
BA apt For more Information call lake .: spring M* Mocks, kg U boh. know, ho*a good sense of humor andis area. 4732026. 1/1 tfnchg our home, 3 days, 13 hours a day. Must STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Butler Apt. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity CaN**458l2ffc. incarcerated. at the Florida/ State LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished. have transportation and references RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES' IN .
Housing67 tfnchg NEWSPAPER PLATES Alwminwm.Measures ........ Pleas write. and Introduce Retired or handyman caretaker couple 4751707. 2tpd. 1/15.22 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotal. M u.J625: dents each. Great yourself. Ho: Barry Hoffman 088I7S. preferred. $200 to$275 mo.473-7269 or iXPERIENCED Bartender and waitress, THE TELEPHONE. I

p.r night. From $35 par_k. Discount for patching and ......... TIUG I'H. Florida Store Prison P.O. Ban 747, 376.7749 or 378.8622. 1/1 tfnchg 4734854.Keystone.1/15 Call Patrick alter 7 p.m. at Classified deadline is 11:00 a.m. priorto
offered for long.r farm. Apply In par- 135 W. Call St. 964-63OS. 5252. S-... FL 32091. 1/15 Itpd NEW DOUBLEWIDE for rent. 3/2 tfnchg Thursday publication.
CHURCH
son, Magnolia Hotel Walnut St.acran ROLLS Of HAY: szs.s>>. AM boy vodersorgo NEW CMDrr CAK No one refused. beautiful lakevlew. Century 21 .NURSERY 5 6 hours WORKER KeystoneHeights. Good Minimum charge Is IS words for$3.SO.
weekly.
from Post Offica. TF bam on .rest *.... of Hwy 16 VMoiercord. Call 1.619.5651522emt. Showcase Properties, Inc. Broker. then IS cents for each word thereafter.CARS .
APARTMENTS FOR lENT Newly about 7 miles north of Stark turnout .CI3I3F' 24 hrs. ./83tpd 1/22 4734903. 2tpd 1/15-22 salary- 473.7261. 2tchg 11522MISCELLANEOUS.

dacoratad. everything furnished. Laundry prison. Order your hay and mow it FOR RENT 3 8R/2BA den, doublewlde TRUCKS
facilities Included. Video room under .... bam ennl. yaw need it. HELP WANTED mobile home. $275 month $100
& BOATS
available. Will accept one child, no Delivery awawabla, at Ar deposit. 4732931. 2tpd 1/15.22
pets. Palms Apt.. 2313 N. Temple thr. I BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake In PACK RAT Buy, sell and trade collect)

Av., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF 10/30 ....... REAL ESTATE UCENSINa only 4 weeks, Keystone Heights.' AC fireplace $250 ble items and antiques Used furniture, 1911 FORD FAIRMONT four door.
ONI BEDROOM APARTMENTS HAY Call 1.7>>4040. N. flO. Real Estate Col.f.g. glassware, jewelry and much .
AUOA X25 per roll at farm. per mo. 12471604. 12/18 tfnchg more.Come 1000. 473.7201 weekdays 9S. Itpd
AVAILABLE for ai little am $50 par Delivery CVMViflBDlW. 7 AWMleVS west of .. 731D1GOVERNMENT 1 BR FURNISHED MH on small quiet lake. see for yourself. One mile east
w..k or $200 per month which Includes Stark an UL 16. Jimmy. Gaskms. $200 month plus $100 security deposit. of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. FOR SALE
all utilities and no deposits.Call 964-8356. Year-round 473.2183. 1/1 tfnchg
11/13 tfnchg JOBS. $16.040 rental. Adults only No
964-5139 or 964.8173. 11/6 tfnchg S HP KAWASAKI GO RENTALS AVAILABLE 2/1. $175: 2/1. S390. 9648848 or 4733627. 11/20 I 8116-687.6COO f.'. R 5504 for current weekday, anytime weekends. Must North Sunday afternoon 2.5, and party to assume small monthly
$295 Includes utilities; 1/1. $235. Includes Ifndhg federal,. 12/11 Stpd 2/5 see to appreciate. 1/15 2tpd 1/22 Saturday at 7 p.m. Public Invited. 1/15 payment on piano. See locally. CoIl

utilities: III. $165; 4/1. $275; PINE FstCWOOO fOIl SAIL Vow load.S5 THE CITY OF 5TARKE Is accepting apple '- TRADE most old ENCYCLOPEDIAS In on Manager at 618234.1306rti......
Tiffin 8 Owns Property Manager. per pickup ....... Tatwm Sawmilll. for Ifi. position of Finance MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE a new set of WORLD BOOKS. Call SOLID WOOD bunk bed. 2\\110 year old.
9645065. 1/11 Itchg 782-3.90. 12/18 Ifnchg 0...._. MinWnwm. Qualifications. Applicant 473.3332 for details. Itpd 1/15 Contemporary style, mattresses not Included.
AT THE COVE: 1/1. $165: effec.. $140 HALf rat Slashed SOtl Our bett.larga short have had at 1 least 4 years UNCLE ROY'S Mobile 5100. 4732730. 1/15 tfnchg
plus Tiffin$SO electric hookup all furnished. flosh tog arrow sign $289. -...._. as a full charge bookkeeper Service since- 1946. 5%Homes down., King Select of HOUSES FOR SALE THREE SIDED tufted vinyl bar with side

A Owns Property Managers. ..19........ non-arrow $279!! Un&ojhtedS239I for a Municipality or County models told at cost. Free phon..lncredit. extensions, 4 stool Included good
964-5065. 1/15 Itpd fro* lettter locaWy.CaM today Gower rie, or hold a bachelors KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 BA, CB condition. $150 firm 4732730. IllS
PINE FOREST APTS. 3 BR opts now avail. Facfory: I < Call 9.5, Mon. thru Fri. 964-6312. liB /can 87.11 r resum fa Personnel Director, City Uncle Roy's In Ocolo Liberty Onlyat $55.000. Make offer. C.B. Isaac Realty. WOOD--BURNING Franklin fireplace

tfnchg PIANO FOB SALE Wanted: ResoonsiWaparty of -'.. P.O. Drawer C. SIor.... fla. YOU PAY SALES 3518514.4tchg 4752199. 1/1 tlnchg asbestos pipes, accessories $75; portable
CLEAN FURNISHED TRAILER. 2 BR. 32091 I/I TAX tag and title BY OWNER bath with den
to asswma mall monthly 4K tg 1/22 Large 3/1 dishwasher $30: Elkskin coot,
private lot. No children or ,..... payments an .....,. See locally. CoM Move in today. Free credit check by stove, refrigerator, washer/dryer $50. 4732931. Itpd I/IS
964-5739. 1/8 2tpd 1/15 AWLINC JOBSI phone Only at Uncle Roy', Ocala. dishwasher, fireplace. $35000 small
manager at 6I8-234-13O6 anytima. I/I $17,747 to U3.459/Year, 351.8514.
TRAILER. HAMPTON LAKE. Hwy IB. fur- 3tehg IISCHACLorrrs Now hirbngC Call JOBLINE 4tchg 1/8.29 equity and assume 10% interest mor SPINET PIANO Whiteny Kimball
NEW 14 X ID'S
nished. Adults only, no pets. $225 WES. 8tc ANMP/TJBAKV 518-459-3535 Ext. A 3377. For Info 24 Ocala.3/2. 13995.. Only at Uncle tgage. 4737619. 4tpd 1/8-29 Spinet Oak finish excellent condition.

month plus deposit.' 4681829. I/IS SALE I am 1 year odd"tins' monm-...AII hr*. 1/8 3rpd 172GOVUPMIENTJOBSI 1978 Roy'LIBERTY 351. 8514.12X60 4tchg 1/8.29 4 BR2'BA screened pool ft patio $650. 475.2076. Keystone. 1/J51tpd I
2tpd 122MOBILE Stove, brick home. 200 ft. road
green togs SI. pillow ft orange tags Now hiring In your refrigerator window air. You on near
r'OME shady lot. 1 BR. I BA. 50% off. My way of saying Than*' area, both skilled, and unskilled. For $4995 firm. Call move.. schools, owner finance, 109000. 10% '
473.9019 or 473 9023, PERSONAL SERVICES
Call 964 5888 day or 468.1777 night. *.. tm of and. down. Call after 6 p.m 473-4058.
Sto< 138 N. Water St. 94-7IOO. 1/8 |1pbs application call ((615)) Keystone. Itchg 115YARD
1/15 ItchgWAREHOUSE 3tchgl/22 3110.t.. JI507 fear. 87-07 2 BR, I BA, CH/A, screen porch, carport

STORAGE SPACE for rant ELEC. KANCE. 30T ...... sEII!'-wig BOOKKEEPER WANTED far full occountimg utility room S large garage, on 2V\ PRESSURE WASHING House, mobile
by the month. SxlO to 10x2O. 10x10. oven, gold color "toner" ft oM oc- '' reiponsibilifies, of general ledg.r SALES acres. 1 lot has utility pole for trailer home, pools deck, sidewalks. Free
$35 per month. Call Ron Denmark. ** *ExcalHant cand han. S22S. from account !payable through trial j,. hook.up with septic tank 3 miles East estimates. Call Rob 4733590. I/I
9647071. 1, 15 tfnchg 782-3013. 1/$ 2' FURNISHED. 2 BR mobile home, clean In 19" RCA ja leg Collar TV 2O! sets. goad employer root return Minimum 2 yrs.amplbyiiieinit SAT. ft SUN. Jon. 17818 from 95. 640 473.4589 alter 5 p m. 1/8 2t
city 964.8810. 1/15 Itchg condition $99 each., tff hugUi! anttenmi ,. _peri_.. Compensation Shady lane between Jasmine and twast.ges Coll The lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free
ONE BEDROOM HOUSE in downtown tow r. some kn*. Call 964->>90. 1/8 based on experience. Apply In Pecan. Items from A-Z for sale. Itpd Estimates. I/I tfnchg
Starke. $75 per week, Includes all 2tpd I/IS person at Srarxe Uniform, Manufacturing 1/15 Dodge's FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING -

ullil, ,... No deposits. Call 964.5139 or TRAVf3TRAW.1a'Scatty.ret.n.. ..._. "" Co.. 441 E. Brownlee, 7 am til 3:30p : Land Clearing Service"For House out of level Call loRua Leveling

9648173. l/152lchg 1/22 .t...... bath, ar ......."*-' gas electric ..... M-F. ll5lrehgRECEPTIOMSTINTAKE Service, for all your foundation
3 BR DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME, family, : TV HMHO. Used very seldom.Ci.on. ... CLERK Bradford repairs. 4737721. 1/1 tfnchg j
room. In quiet country area. $250 per Easy tow. S3.BOO. 4752076. Unman Guidon' Clinic. Patience andundrsronding FURNITURE < ANTIQUE Refinishmg.
month lit & lost. 4681175. 1/15ltchg _,....... I/IS Itpd "important" quality in Help I Hand rubbed oil finish Call Joe I
OFFICE SPACE on Call Street next to dealliwg. with, !peopl. Must type 50words Save & the COMPLETE Job"DOZER 4732521. 1/1 tfnchg .
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Telegraph. 600 sq. ft., 15 by 40 ..... GAS HEATERS Natural gas or button,. per minute to !handle' ? additional, Energy WORK-CLAY*LEVELING DRUM TEACHER WANTED for 10 year
Phone 964.6305. 1/IStfnbf 16.000 8TU. Phone" 96U*11. I/IS l.pd paper work Salary 8320. Bring Install Custom -FILL DIRT'DRIVE.WAYS S ROADS old beginning student. 473-2368 or

RENTALS AVAILABLE $ISO per month ALUMINUM JON BOAT. aMhon -. tows'_ to'" 945 Grand Street. E.O E. Insulated WindowsCall SITE PREPARATION-LOTS 473.4984. 2tchg 1/15.22
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- seals. 3.9 Mercury evribaord motor Empty 1 15 Ifchg!' I ACREAGE CLEARED All KINDS CARPENTRY and Masonry
Owner at 964-5O69 or 964.4048 TF with gas ........ frailer new twos X Steve Dodge work. Additions, patios, trailer skirts.
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On great buddy t.1I'I>imgI. SSSO. 7823013. MANAGEMENT CONVENIENCE STORE Homes Beautiful 904/473-791 473.4473. 4tchg I/IS.25LPNEXPERIENCED I
Highway 16 W. Close to prison.. l/82,Chg IllS MANAGER. Fast food management, i 84tpdi 1,29 TIC for the aldeHy.
964.7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg REESE l_JMM LB.BALL MOUNT ft remwer eprimca' necessary. Salary bonus 964-6766 Reasonable. 4739014. Itpd I/IS I Ir !
for Ford truck ....... and benefit, for
FURNISHED efficiencies & mobile homes or ran. SISO good Opportunity advancement 24 hrs. Financing I
inside city weekly 6 monthly. JO LU 964-4876. 1/I S 2ipd I'22 Call 3533835. I/IS 2tchg '
Motel & MH Park 9648810. 6/5 TF STOVE. REFRtGERATOC. cfcslMOsllner. ft 1/22 FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO. I

3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kmgsley lake. garbage d........... 964-6291 abler 5 TRAIL RESTAURANT LAWTEY Applico- PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED EDM) :
Long Pier AC. Call 964-6491 9/25 TFN p.m. I/IS Itpd r.orts are being. taken far the fallowing < ;;;?
.
2 BR MH. furnished $190 per month. SEARS 9 CU. FT. FREEZER. SIOO. Queen positions:: Cooks. dishwashers, "Quality Work, low low prices $1/i99

$150 deposit. No children, or pets. Call sire H....-.... ft maMhmg chair. .... cashier, waiter or waitresses. portfi ,. (Any Room & Hall) . . . .. . ..14 Scotcngart: ralabte
468.1323. 1 leave message. 10/30 tfnchg stew cost SI4SO Set far S6OO. ire yard work Apply In person only. Specializing cleaning and ra-dyeing of wall to wall carpet; furniture daaohig ;

ON KINGSLEY LAKE. 3 BR mobile ......... 9644119. 1/15 Itpd No Pfecalls.IS "C"9fIREFIGHTI.'PA.AMEDIC. FILL DIRTDrainFillRock and offer bids on commercial work. ..
Heat & AC. year 1_.., no pets, odul's SEARS HEAVY DUTY COMPACT FloParannedhc Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice
only 533.2366. 12/4 TFN WASHER ..... mew. SITS cash. Cad end hrefighfmg required
.
-1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake In after 6 pm. 72-3SD8. I/IS IMhg! S'arriing salary $17.000. Growing pro- ....?...? Call 964-4997 Call -t..e.rrzee
..Keystone Heights. AC fireplaca. $250 TRUCK: VOPPGR FOR! SALE fits small amxue cwiMiaBiipiMMkM. -
Old Drain Repaired .
per mo. 1.247.1604.12/18 tfnchg trucks. 964-..... I/IS Itchg O ido Foe Rescue. 42 S. Central .sue chars. at wort.quw.-.4 rba-br.t c -i.wfi I

MOBILE HOME, 2 BR, nice condition. THE BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL Ave Ouiado FL. Applications accepted .
large private lot on Cnffis Loop. BOARD wiG sM at puttfc___ I m until I2387. kan 86-10 Call Day or Nite '4'sir'Lxiti"t" !' / ? iqt'yty1
tGrr a zee'
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468-2374 after 6 pm. 1/15 2tchg 1/22 p.m.. January 21. 1987 itypewiniitans THE CITY OF STARKE PoLe Department fi I t l+tstl
and cosmetology eajwnpxineimt. (Khanrdryers ( i* mm accepting applications for potfwin !- +' 1i
{
Chars a>mit>_. .-c.) AIM ittemnsprepr of Police' Officer Must be at least 4681455BROADWAY 6' I
HYPNOSIS .icd. For ,information call 18 year a' age and. hove. State Cer
9A4- 780. I./IS Itchg ....,... Poilc" Standard Apply City Hall,
PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS s.rvices for TOPPER FOR SHORT WHEEL !BASE Merreli Dee OHic. 1/15 Itchg

weight control, smoking stress, etc. CHEVY. SUoW w..ndew. oath rear paw PART-TIME SALES SIOO weekly. r j
For help please call 9644433. 10/9 throwgn. ExcaHamt oond tiion. $225. 373-1599, IS 2tc'lg!' /22 1

tfnchg 4737650. t/IS4tchg2,S GOVERNMENT JOBS. $400 to $1.600 & WALTERS'
BRASS BED. Queen *m compile* with weekly Immedrato openings
HOMES nxtlti-covl' orthopedic IIIMItitles set ft 815.7291444 ..,. J 2729 far current TREE SERVICE j i E
federal fcst I, IS 3rchg' 1/29
from (New. mew sdl) SMI! n
FOR SALE plastic.Cost$1000.< ........$345: cash. TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature Removal Remodeled
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Ph. 4625153. I/IS4tpd2'S person for short trips surrounding S
S-".. Contact customers. We train Trimming ;i
GOOD FLAVORED CUxTB PECANS far
LOOK AT THISI Just ramodeled for you.
.720 sq. ft. CH/A. w/attic ton 3 or 4 your folks and"'......$3 par ". <(<......- Write H.F Dlcherson' PresS'vflhwettern Stump Removal Hotel Rooms

BR 2 full tile baths equipped kitchen. ad). 9645990.1iS 2'IpdI22 Petroleum. Box 961005 *
Ft. Worth. TX. 76161. I/15 Itchg4T444DW Firewood
19 x 20 great room closets galore
fenced back yard w/tool shad. NOTICE Free Estimate FOR RENT :

Saratoga Hgts. Concrete drive 6 walk.
Don't miss this bargain. By owner. Call 473-7097-473-7679 i I I
today. 4737541 or 4752597. 11/13 "CLASSIFIEDADVERTISINGslIi.......be submitted on 1/2 ac.In town. Lowtey.

tfnchg to "tin"' Bradford County greet location low down, good After 5P.M.Keystone Day Week Month
Telegraph office in and. paid m
BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME located on wmMng ---
canal next to littl. lake Santa Fe.4 BR. advance unless credit M aVready 45-5j) Mobfl* ham sites at Deer I Heights
2 BA. CH/A, deck 1.5 acres. Call establIShed with "this- ofhc. _urn. Each ho set-up included. I plus t Licensed & Insured MAGNOLIAHOTEL
964-4705. 1/15 tfnchg THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD oc. lots... ""

$39,000 will take this beautiful wood RESPONSIBLE: FOR MISTAKES M 1'398-21 plus ac.. 4/2 stucco home, r
from. 3 BR. 1 BA house with approximately CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVERt S65000.

5 acres cleared land and above THE TELEPHONE. 1rSee our conmercial,motet w/aprs.. 1. KANE CYCLE
ground 24 ft. pool. Call after 5 p.m.. Classified deadline is TUESDAY acreage. and form.... Hsting
M-f or anytime on the weekends at NOON. prior to rhursday pubhcamanMmimuni REPAIRUS New FurnitureAir
9648160. l/ISpd. tfnchg charge: 15 weds gar S3 50. Lort Oiompion.. Broker 301 N 964.5805
then IS cents for each word nmafMr.. !
3 BR. 2 BA ON GEIGER ST.. Iocr. of SJROUTREALriMATI1EWS
land. City lights & water. CHI... price w.ru+w+...e Opra. '....M wee.!Thus M frt 4...1-7 Condition
523.000. Call H. Ogleiby. 964-5240 .4T

after 5:30: p.m. weekdays or anytime WORK
weekends. 1/15 2tpd 1/22 WANTEDMIDDLE Must See to Appreciate t

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ale N. TEMPLE ,
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES AGED LADY. waded Ma, hm *e sT.CR. Pt. 3209..rr..rv. Across from

work by the day ....E-ap.niaiTced andreferam .
... Phone 964 4K$2. I/IS .1I o d y., Starke Post OfficeBROCHURES

WE MAKE MONEY the old fashionedway. REAL ESTATE .

W. earn it. Call for d toils.M FOR SALE J REALTY
9648397. 1/15 Itpd i 0 Parts Repairs
it 411 W. Madison lB ,

OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear. UNITED REALTY Of STAB I64OB S. 1, Stark FL 32091 ....' .. Discount Price for I is .H .
ladies apparel children./mal........ Walnut. St. 964....,. Fred SackeM REALTOR SW44IMAMC. k Tires & Batteries ., ?r :

large sizes, petit, danceweor/aerobw Jordache. Chic. Broker. John Curies -Asak: wna.< 12/18 .ItareU Eppc M4ol$ -
or accessories store. TEN f
L.., LevI liod. Gitano. Gu.... Calvin FOR RENT/LEASE/SALE Lama Fw_. 2 -NaDl-.QQI: aIXlIXIIXlDalXtlXNXlfXItxllXltxlfXItXIlXIaw.: .. I
... Lie MM TOWN 2 I*. 1 BA. CM. nearhostnliol.
Klein. Jervio Volente. Evan Pk. *
... I BA. Cm home ... 3/4 acre.Remodeled .
Claiborne Members Only. Gasolin. stov ft "n9..r_. I .sm.On...,owner tm. $29.900. ''I

H.u:lhtex. over 1000 others. $14.800 to Orange......24-e7 after. S...... I/IS HAWTEV AHA: 10 Ac. Hats, owner PAMPHLETS
$2 .90O inventory Training fixtures 2tpd 1/22 I I
grand op.ning..tc. Can open 15 days. fISH OUT YOUR DOOR 2 large lots on LAWrnrv I25c 2 8*. I 8A- 15 acres CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY -

Mr Sidney ((404)) 252-4489. 1/15 Itpd Crosby Lak. 2 .a..s ft septic lor**. 2 pies extra septic ...... SM).OOO.CITSTAl BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS.

light pcOes. 2-cm' ....,*. Mouse lAKE HOMI SITES l'
1000 SUNBECS. SUNAl WOLFF. SAVE tr....... 12.... 2 BR ft ... baths, largaLR Beavhful brick veneer 4 B..2 BA on 2 .' I.
50%. Call for FREE color catalogue & ft Jutchan: 2OxSS screened pama.Call .large Ions close no take. S9O.OOO.
wholesal pricing. Excellent moneymaker 964-5948 or 6toS37. 1/1521pd W. PRATT ST. 3/1 CM/A stove,

or gift. M/C or Visa accepted.Call 122A r.........mtaamotm oven ceiling fan Our Special f
I (800)) 228.6292. fcon 87-O6 GREAT BUY-9 wee-beautiful 8*. Ibath $30 300Re.hic.d M S36.000.1AWTEV .

........ Separate workshop ft tar- AIIIA: 1O'. down. Owner l : .
LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING. ;..- r port.anced.2 isptic......2.si.... 13H will finance- s gorgeous 3 W.2 BA. 1.1,000 Business Cards I

freight.. norlhAmericon Commercial 65 MM included. 4OO ft. Hwy IOO fran brick veneer, over 2.000 sq. K .Inv
Transport needs owner/operators for. ..... $67 JOO. ........ Realty of Stark. te nor decor. Neat wives b*seer to oapreciafe. : Raised Letters Black Ink i
nationwide hauling. If you need training Hwy 301 S. 64-8447.. I/IS... 9.7 acres C mud', mare.nee .
w* will train you. Vow will eper.eyou. FISH FROM YOUR BACKYARD in the St.
reduced from SI JO.OOO to
awn tractor. If you don have Johns River.Les.ham..carport. areenparcM.
sloe 000 or divide. few S8S.OOO.tAwrrr .
northAmerkon offers a purchas.program AC *tc- SoWtoooog at S389OO. $1895
one. :
.
AHA 3 B*. i BA. CHI"'. i
In a tractor
that con put you complete. BAYOU CLUB 9044499111.con .
i ii
for $2500 down. If you ore orfover 87-09 I ee... S3OOO.1AXC tax st
qualify, BORER: 3 P. 2 BA. CHI A.
and complete think In you Information may package Call PROPERTYREMTLEASESALE Uvge lot, only 41500. i Call 9S4-57&4 Ask for Kim I
COMMERCIAL
weekday. TOll FREE -381 II: 27J ones toned IS* or M-H .

any 18003482191.. Ask for Dept. 97. lean f ,4A f'eeerty front 2 ..... Price :
87.08 reduced S. 8 OOO to S84.OOO. Hoe 3 BR, ;

I .... 2 bam. 2 posture BRADFORD PRINTERS
Cal ft ThomaOyde
CORNER OF
STORE" Free Twig NORTHWEST Bead>.... ..Property *
YOUR OWN sw- In
.ow Npsynrory d..g.
-Free Star t Fixture Planning Fte. W. Si..psa.3564849.4/IOU l CDWAIDS tO. A".. ..*. 4 acre with'"

Sit. location assistance Shoe ---- WAR SPACES_ FOR LCAtC.-rrSO___ft. M/.*. oVite. p.we from house.bceVenl .. -. 110 W. -Call Street. Starke. .. 964-5764. .
Franchise '
..... ) -No -- -
tory from $4950 (who. ft 1.250 to-ft. Hwy 301 Satfth.964-CMR. i eem. Only S69.50O. .
Contact"
No commitments. Evenings 73.1IS. Itchg

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LawteyHome
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY REAL ESTATE

RENTLEASEOFFICE

LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO.
THE FAMILY? AND WAREHOUSI SPACE PERTY If I don't have It, I'll find It- Just

Located in Union County Tim. oak JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.

BurnsA FINDING TIME TOGETHERCAN building. Call for Information. 496.2126 or 496-2903 eves." "YOUR
"Beautify Your 4962261. tin. UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tin
BE TOUGHBy Home"
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Sunday night fire completely Rev. Ed Kirkland Cut Brick Siding HELP WANTEDSEWING HOMES

destroyed the King residence on or Cut Stone ,
Eunice Road in Lawtey. Remember what it was like when you actually got the chance to speakto I J
According to Jerry Higginbothamof your husband or wife every day? That would have been back in the B.C. Vinyl Siding MACHINE OPERATORS career GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
the Lawtey Correctional period of your marriage (before children). Back then you could actuallygo Aluminum Siding opportunity. W. offer 2 weeks. paid repair), Delinquent tax property,
Volunteer Fire Department the out together alone without having to contract a month in advance with CallHomes vacation, 3 paid holiday Insurance Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( )
home was fully envolved when units three babysitters so i if one couldn't make it, you have a backup. Suddenly plan, profit snaring. Apply In person at Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list.
Beautiful Lak. Butler 1/15 8tpd. 3/5
arrived at 9:30: p.m. Jan. 11, There getting time together has become a major feat Apparel. I.p..ne.h.lpful.
TWO BEDROOM HOME ON 3 ACRES with
,but not required.W.will train.
was no one home at the time the fire Why has it become so difficult to simply spend some time together with 964-6766 2tchrg 12/31 to 1/S. owner financing and low down pay

was reported and only one minor in. your mate? Well consider your normal day. For instance chances are 24 hrs. Financing SMALL ENGINE MECHANIC NEEDED at R m.nt. Call 496.3939 1/8 4tchg. 1/29
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jury was reported One of the good that in the mornings at least one of you gets up later than you shouldI ft J Saw Shop in worthington Springs. THREE BEDROOM 2 BATH HOUSE energy
firefighters suffered a minor burn ( confess it's yours truly in my home). This starts things off with a bang Call or come by. 496.2534. 1/8 2tchfl.FULl efficient 1,600 .q. ft., 2 A/C on 220'
through his protective equipment.The because you're running around like crazy trying to get ready in half the OR PART-TIME Prefer mature per- highway frontage. On. year old concrete r
value of the property damageis time you needed. No time for conversation. In fact, if you get in the way, ton. Call 496.3714 or 4963698. leconto block-stucco. $49,900 or best of.
not known said Higginbotham.The you're in danger of getting knocked down. Tofu Shop. 1/8 2lchg. 1/15 fer. Call 4963026. 1/152tchg. 1/22

suspected cause of the fire was And don't forget the kids. If they're young, they need to be fed, held TEXAS Oil COMPANY n..d. mature

an improperly constructed chimneytlu. and pampered (literally). If they are in schoo, you have to get them up person for short trips surroundingUnion FOR SALE
which is no small task, and out of the house. Before you know it, the day County. Contact customers Wetrain.
Firefighters were faced with problems has started, you've each gone your seperate ways, and you couldn't tell Write H.D. Oickerson Pr...,
in addition to fighting the fire, anyone what color shirt or blouse your husband or wife has on to save Southwestern Petroleum Box 961005, PLANTS FOR SALE- AT MARTIN'S. FRUIT
at one time three pieces of equipment your life.Then Ft. Worth Tx. 76161. Itchg. 1/13 FARM Bare root: apple pear-fig $2.75 I

was stuck in the mud as the day continues lunch together is impossible because your r $60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for remalling peach-nectarine-plum $2.25 blueberry
75 cents Container : persimmon
Lawtey Volunteer Fire Depart. schedules never seem to be in the same place at the same time. Finally, letters from home! Sr>d sell- $10 grown

ment and Heilbron Springs VFD also after a hectic day at the office, shop or home or any combination of all y addressed stamped .nv.lop. for In- applepearpeachnectarlneredbud.golden rain-crepe myrtle $5-
Associates,
responded with LCIVFD to the fire. three descends on the house for (or dinner if formation/application.
everyone supper you Box 95.B, Roselle, NJ. 07203. 1/15 grope S3 blueberry $2. Closed Sun
prefer). Then the evening is made up of a combination of eating, activities RECEPTIONIST-INTAKE CLERK Bradford days. 497.2621 Ft. White 1/15 2tchg

to go to, cleaning, getting the kids ready for bed, getting the kids Union Guidance Clinic. Patience and 1/22
Heilbron Springs VFD in the bed and getting the kids asleep in the bed. understanding' important quality In PIANO Wanted: responsible, party to

Answers Ten Calls These steps are characterized by the lines every of a young child dealing with people. Must type 50 assume small monthly payments on
has to memorize. They go like this "Take your clothes off, get into the words per minute to hand). additional piano. See locally. Call manager at
During Last MonthThe tub, get wet and wash yourself with the soap all over. Then get out of the paper work. Salary 8320. Bring 618.234.1306 anytime. 3tchrg 12/31 to

tub, dry off with the towel, put your pajamas on and get into the bed." rt resume to 945 Grand Street E.O.E. 1/15
Heilbron Springs Volunteer Each step is essential in the process. Otherwise, you end up with a child Employer 1I1511chg FULL SIZE BED MATTRESS with boxiprIng. -
Fire Department responded to a who either sat outside the tub and played in the water or one who is wet $25. Call 4963353. after 6 P.M.
total of ten calls the month of weekdays. 1 Itpd. 115COSCOPETERSON
during and naked in the bed. After all this, you have time for each other. But.you're FOR RENT
December Lt. Dob-- CAR SEAT $10.
,according to Joe exhausted that all do is have few
both so you want to a moments of Assorted fixtures
light $2.00 each
son.Seven were structure fires two peace and quiet. BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALES OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE Chandelier with tulip style $25. Call
dumpster fires and one was By now you should be getting the idea that there is no "right" time for Ph. 7823172Mon. thru Sat loca'ed in Union County Times Building 4963822. Itpd. 1/15
a
brush/wood fire. the average couple especially if you have children, to havea relaxed con at ISO West Mar Call 4962261. for ,OAKWOOD $35.00 per pickup "truck I.
Dec. 1 at 4:13: fire units versation. Still to keep your marriage on good ground it is absolutely Fill Sand Drainfleld Rock more utlormaion ln load. Call 4963822. Itpd. 1/15 I
responded with units p.m.from Lawtey essential that you stay in touch with each other. So, the question is, what Top Soil- CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI Nicely, fur. I BRASS BED Queen size complete, or. :
Volunteer are you to do? rushed, all elecnc cen'ral heat and thopedic mattress set and 'frame. New I,
Fire Department and White Sand Ponds
aside time for the of A for and still in Cost sell for ;,
Lawtey Correctional Institutional The answer is that you must set just two you. air. priva'e paved road laundry plastic $1.000
Volunteer to a structure fire time that you agree upon so that you will both be comfortable and not pork playground. Near schools,, hasp, $345 cash Call (9044625153.) 1/15 I,
at the Flower Shop possible on US-301 north. pressured. If you don't plan it, it won't happen. And, even when you do, it s'o'e lacili'ies. PINES SR.121. eos' Lake 4tpd. 2/4 '1
won't always work out. But, you will stand a far better chance of getting Bu'ler Call 496.2366. Two childrenmax
Dec. 6 at 5:27: fire units again
p.m. together than before. FLORIIANDREALTY .. and MO pes. chg/tn 11/13 MOTORCYCLES l;
with LVFD and
responded LCIVFDto rrI:
Don't let the obstacles convince you to give up. You need to be able to THREE BEDROOM APARTMENT No
structure fire CR-225
a possible on
share your dreams for yourself and your family. Also your frustrations refngera'nr. M s'ove. $175 a month "84 YAMAHA 225-DX, THREE WHEELER :
east of US-301. Upon arrival the fire I..I: plus S15O deposi. Call 496 3738. 1/8
was out. needs and wants with your mate. It is this simple oversight that allows so 964-7700 MS electric .s'art 5 speed very good condi'ion J
many couples to grow apart. It's not that they intend for it to happen, but IEAlIOR- 2'chg. good tires, adult owned rode.
Dec. 7 at 9:48: a.m. firefighters 393 N. T.mpl. Av. DO YOU NEED A HOME? Two bedroommobile !
they failed to prevent it. $850. Call 4962390. day'496-3118,
responded to a stove/structure fire Vernle P. Odom Brok.r-GRI home. Coll 4963939.:4-cho.
on CR-225 east of CR-16. Upon ar Like so many things, a marriage requires time and effort. Even though af'er 5 p.m. 1/15 3tchg. 1/29
we would like to believe it just "magically" happens that's only true in MOBILE HOMES
rival of Tanker 43 the owner advisedthe
fire was extinguished.Dec. movies and fairy tales. Still,your marriage can be great if you want it to INVESTMENT PROPERTY Real flexible FOR SALE OR RENT
be. One way to start is to go to the calendar and begin to carve out some h
11 at 7:25a.m.: Tanker 43 with qualified bu,... 12'. 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1
time together. Who knows, maybe you'll even begin to recognise the per-
responded to a stove/structure fire 'FISHING IN BACKYARD 2/2 Brick, 1 2 bo'h central heat and air. Must TWO BEDROOM ONE BATH FRAME
the table from at breakfast .
who sits morning.
on NW 60 St. off of CR-225. Upon ar son across you every CH/A. 3 plus a..... see 'a appreciate. $6,000. Call HOUSE one block south of Court houseon
Ed Kirkland is the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church located Just
pastor of
rival the fire was extinguished and PRICE LOWERED Middleburg area. 496 0071. 124In chg. lake Street. Rent $175 a month Call
no further assistance was needed, south of Middleburg and east of Starke on the corner oJ'S.R. 16 and Mary 32s acre In country. 1982 HOMES OF MERIT MOBILE HOME Dewitt Knight ((404)342) .2199, after" 5p.m.
Dot Lane at Kingsley Lake. For advice on family need to be given in this { I/S 4' 1/29
LVFD and LCIFVD also responded. -'/. ACRE CITY 2/1 (Bedrooms SIOOOO Call 496 3193. chg. //15 2'chg. 122NOTICE
column, send question to: HOW'S THE FAMILY?, in care of MOBILE HOME Two
your 12' AO1 CRAFTMADE
fire units x
Dec. 13 at 10:55: p.m. new) stove, ,..,Ig", near school.
responded with LVFD and LWCI to a Kingsley Lake Baptist Church 6337 Seminole St.. Starke. FL. 32091. -12 X 70 MOBILE HOME plus small bedrim. 1 bo'h. Cen'rol heo' and air';
.
Names/addresses are not printed. has 'w. expondis. $6.000. Call
mobile home fire US-301 north of
on cottage. Lot xl.. 100' X 11 S'. .
... Pjwell 496 3377. 1'pd. I/ 15CAREER
NW57th St. Upon arrival of SAMPTON LAKE CH/A. 3 BR .
firefighters the north end of the '. mobile ham. '/, acre shady lot,20' X CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submi"ed .
'o the Union County Times office
structure was fully envolved in I"T' 10' screened porch, metal storage
David Lawson Paint & Body Shop OPPORTUNITIESFREE in wri'ing and paid in advance
flames. The fire was quickly extinguished bldg.. carporch attach.d, widhoo"up. unless credit, Is already established
and could nave been owner finance.LOTS .
caused by a faulty electric iron. The Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates IN CITY, Conerly EstatesGraham. TRAINING for Anderson In. THE wl'h TIMES"his office.STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
In
uph Is'ery sewing
John Zack not home at
ownerr was 28th St. dus'nes, is being, offered a' Lake City RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES INCCASSIFIEDS'WHENADIS'TAKENOVER
'" CR 229 NW 964-6133 .
the time of'theftre'Thetratiersus: -,-- -IN CITY 17V acres, owner finance. Ciminum'y College. Classes meet on i" .. I

tained extensive damage.Dec. it... Monday and Thursday night from 6 to 9 THE TELEPHONE.
14 at 8:25: p.m. firefighters beginning, January 19. Persons Classified deadline Is TUESDAY
extinguished a fire in the dumpsteron p.m.in'eies'ecl in possbl. employment NOON prior '<-> Thursday publication.
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CR-229 't,,; .-..'- --- -' ."'-' "': ;.i-4' after raining should con'act TerrlBallance Minimum' charge.is 15 words for$3.50.
Dec. 20 at 1:02 a.m. firefightersput --.= :rv- a* 755.5919, 703 N. Marion 'hen 15 cents for each word thereafter
.. ,) R .0.
,; \'t (
out a small brush fire on MorganRd. : .,. S'ree'. lake O'y. Fl. 1/8 2'pd. 1/15
east of SR-16. ,,/ PERSONAL SERVICESPICKUP
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Dec. 22 at 11:48: p.m. fire units \ ;:'v' ; ,'J"J INSURANCEMAINES
.
responded with LVFD and LCIVFDto 'rf r ..'t. _.r.. AND DELIVERY SERVICE
Monday
a structure fire in the StrawberryAcres ...., ."'J- ., I"7 '\ ). '" INSURANCE AGENCY: 25 E. hru Friday. We pick-up and deliver
.
area. The structure was fully ,, ,... : .,[,.VI Main S'ree' Lake Bu'ler. 4963978. almot anything. Coll 496-3807, 12/4
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Obituaries.



Card of ThanksWe
on April 13, 1910 and was a lifetime Baker was a member of the Baptist Born in Hastings, Colorado on Williams, Sr., conducting the ser- Survivors include his wife, Loca
are sincerely grateful to all of resident of Lawtey. She was a Faith; a retired electrical contractor May 29, 1919 Mrs. Williams movedto vices. Burial was in Crosby Lake Byrd Clark; daughters,Barbara
our kind neighbors and friends, old member of the Congregational and a veteran of WWI. Starke one week ago from White Cemetery under the direction of Jenning of Lake Panasofkee,
and new, that have helped us out Holiness Faith and a homemaker. Survivors include his wife, Myrtle Springs Fla. She was a former resident Jones I"unerllillome of Starke. Carolyn Sizemore of Webster; two
during our recent loss due to the fire Survivors include her son, Forest Baker of Starke; one daughter, AnnB. of Miami; a member of the sons Don Clark of Wildwood, LarryClark
that destroyed our home Thank you Carter, Jacksonville; three Currie of Jacksonville and son-in- Baptist faith; a waitress & of Plant City; three
for all of the furniture, clothing, daughters, Shirlene Nugent, SC, law, John Currie of Jacksonville; homemaker. Ronald Green of Orlando, Jimmy
household goods and food and the Susie Carter, Jacksonville & several nieces and nephews, In- Shelby Calvin Clark Green of Lake Butler and Gerald
many acts of kindness. Mildred Cobb, Palatka, FL; three cluding Carroll Baker. Survivors Include her husband, Shelby Calvin Clark, 70, of Lake Green of Eustis; eighteen grand
They will never be forgotten. brothers, Rowell & Clyde Prevatt, Funeral services will be held at a Darrell Leon Williams; five sisters, Butler, died Saturday morning children .and four great.
The James Griffis family Lawtey and Raymond Prevatt of later date In Cauthen Funeral Homein Juanita Richards, Waller, TX, January 10, in the Alachua GeneralHospital !grandchildren.! .._
Rome, GA; two sisters, Kizzie Mae Kershaw, SC. Burail will be in Geraldine Smith, Tacoma, Wash., in Gainesville after an extended -
Catherine May SwartzMrs. Bell, Green Cove Springs, and Sand Hill Baptist Church Cemeteryin Evelyn Cates, Dunnellon, Fla'i illness. Funeral services were held Tues-
Catherine May Swartz, 84, of Louise Kemp of Lawtey; six grand- Kershaw. Local arrangementswere Virginia Hand, Cape May, NJ andDorra Mr. Clark was born in Geneva, day in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Cranford, NJ died Thursday children. under the direction of Jones Walker of Lake City. Alabama and moved to Lake Butlerin Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Kent
January 8, 1987 in Bradford Hospitaiin Funeral services were held in Funeral Home of Starke. Funeral services were held in 1965 from Eustis, Fla. He was a Searcy officiating. Burial was in Mt.
Starke following a brief illness. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Starke on Calvary Baptist Church of Starke on heavy equipment operator with the Zion Cemetery under the direction of
Born in Hazelton Ponn.,on May 8, Saturday, January 10, 1987, with Tuesday, January 13, 1987 with Dr. City of Gainesville until he retired, Archer Funeral Home of Lake
1902, Mrs. Swartz had been visiting Rev. Hoke O'Berry & Rev. James Card of Thanks Benny Beckum & Rev. Ray and a mornhpr of the Baptist Faith.:. Butler '
her daughter in Keystone Heights Miller conducting the services. Words cannot adequately
since December Burial was in under the expressour
19(18.( She was a Lawtey deep appreciation for the
homemaker and a member of direction of Jones Funeral Home of kind and sympathetic acts many that
Calvary Lutheran Church in Starke.
Cran- to at the time of recent
came us our

ford, NJ.Survivors. include three bereavement. The Randolph Family Our beauty resolution offer:

daughters, Dorothy E. Krapf,
Keystone Heights, Catherine Wendt, Benjamin F. BakerMr. Y
Batavia, NY and Lynda A. Kurtz, Beulah "Bea" Maxine
Benjamin F. Baker, 96, of
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Brevard, NC; one son, Walter E. Starke, died Friday, January 9,1987in Williams
Swartz of Cranford; one brother,
Bradford Hospital following a Mrs. Beulah "Bea" Maxine
Howard Boath of St. Petersburg, long illness. Williams, 67, of Starke died Saturday -
FL; one sister, Esther Ferner of Mr. Baker was born in Kershaw January 10, 1987 in Lake Shore to make more beautiful.For
Honesdale, Penn.; eight grand- SC on September 22, 1890 and movedto Hospital in Lake City following. an you .
children and sixteen great- Starke in 1967 from Kershaw. Mr. extended illness.
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held in
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Laurie WhittenMrs. 1964-41261 Offer good from January through February 15.

Laurie Whitten. 61, of ,, ,. Bring this ad into the following Merle Norman
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Gainesville after an extended il- Battery . . . Fits Most cars $2999
]lness. Woman to Woman
Mrs. Whitten was born in Vernon,
Fla., but lived most of her life in
Raiford. She was the widow of the MRRIMR mERLE
late Herbert Earl Whitten and a : OUTBOARDS 'IlPROCRAFT .......- ..
member of the Raiford First Baptist
Church. rCJt'
Survivors include two sons, GaryE.
Whitten and Herbert L. Whitten,
both of Raiford; one brother, AlfredF. TACKLE b 118 S. Thompson St., Starke 964.7355
Armstrong of Caryville, FL; one HYDRA /MARINE AGGRESSOR
sister, Sally Alvarez of Mobil, AL; SPORT GEMINI
one granddaughter and three step ALUMACRAFT BAHA

grandchildren.Funeral .
services will be held '"'=-
Thursday at 300; p.m. in the chapelof Phone ((904)) 282.3115/6/
Archer Funeral Home of Lake 3070 Standing 1 Vz mile South of 218
Butler with Rev. John Ross of- Mlddleburg, FL 32068 on SR 21
ficiating. Burial will follow in Sapp
Cemetery at Raiford under the
direction of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler. 'COmIFORTIZlE YOUR \

Maude FinleyMrs. r
Bryant
Maude Bryant Finley, 68, of HOME FOR WINTER [ I : : [ a r.IIILIIIIIIIGII .

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January 13, at the Lake, Butler .-:' =-:-_
Hospital and Hand Surgery Centerin
Lake Butler after an extended il-
lness. Let

Mrs. Finley was born in Baker -
County but has lived most of her life WARREN'SHeating r s
in Raiford. She was a housewife anda I

member Survivors of include the Baptist her faith.husband, & Air Conditioning ,N 1 : -

Billy Finley of Raiford; two lEISCHMANN'S 1 r e
daughters, Willa Jean Smith of J pArl oe,
Lawtey and Patsy Potter of St. Plumbing & Elec. Servicehelp DISTILLED DRY -= g
George,GA; five sons,Willie FinleYi GIN = .
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Lawtey, Callie E. of Raiford, James you with their =
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and Alex twenty-seven Mildred, VA; two Stafford sisters grandchildren,of Lossie Macclenny Collins and; Complete Sales & ServiceHeat OF CASE 6 195 S9.2:. FLEIS HMgpl NS t :.,- :':


eleven greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
services will be held Fri-
day, January 16, at 2 p.m. in the Pump Specialist
chapel of Archer Funeral Home of %- rI
Lake Butler with Rev. Clyde Anders All Makes of Air Conditioners
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son officiating. Burial will follow in ,
Sapp Cemetery under the directionof ,.. and Heaters
Archer Funeral Home of Lake \i
Butler. S'L Fuel Oil & Gas Furnaces .

Rosie P. BaxleyMrs. -

Rosie P. Baxley, 76, of 964-7230 269-7708 473-9068 ,;. Imported
Lawtey, died Wednesday, January / \ : I CANADIAN
7, 1987 in Whispering Pines Care Starke Orange Park Keystone Hgts
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Recent Arrests in Bradford CountyThe



following arrests were madein Joseph Luke, 24, was arrested gravated assault, according to Lt. Troy M. Mcintosh, 18, was ar- Lawtey was arrested Jan. 11 for no percent. He was released after a
Bradford County by local Jan. 5 on a capias from Alachua Moore. Bond was set at$500,she was rested Jan. 6 for retail theft, accor- tag, according to Patrolman Ray $404 surety bond was posted.
authorities. County charging worthless checks, released on her own recognizance. ding to Patrolman Sellars. Bond was Shuford. He was released after a
according to Deputy Doug York. He set at $500, he was released on his $41.50 cash bond was posted. Daniel Collins 21 was arrested
William R. McRae 46, of Union was released after a $690 surety Henry Wayne Hart, 23, was arrested own recognizance. Jan. 9 for no valid driver's license,
County was arrested;; Jan. 6 on a bond was posted. Jan 7 on a capias charging Rose Marie Walker, 22, of Tampawas according to Patrolman Kathy Best.
capias charging child support, according fleeing, wilful-wanton reckless driv- arrested Ja. 10 for driving while
to Lt. Glen Moore. McRae ing, according to Lt.John Dempsey. license suspended (DWLS), accor- Anthony V. Phillips,24, of Alachuawas
was ordered to pay $25 weekly and Sandra McCloud, 24, was arrestedJan. Hart was released after he paid a Traffic ding to Lt. William Tillotson. She arrested Jan. 6 for DWLS and
released. 8 on a capias charelne na- $106.25 fine. Kevin James Randolph, 23, of was released after a $210 surety improper tag, according to Marshal
bond was posted. Tommy Rauierson. Bond was set at
M $251.50 he was released on his own

I December Traffic Court Finals recognizance.Elvin .

James Edward Rochelle, 53, of Gray, 29, of Columbia was
Tampa was arrested Jan. 10 for arrested Jan. 6 for DWLS,accordingto
The following defendants ap- Donald R. Green pled guilty to no pired tag, charge was dismissed. bation and ordered to pay $50 court DWLS and improper tag, accordingto Patrolman William Russell. Bond
peared before Judge George H. tag and was fined$101.25.Green was Doenges pled guilty to running a costs Deputy Doug York. He was was set at $210, he was released on ,
I Pierce in Bradford County Traffic arrested on a capias charging red light and was ordered to pay $35 Traffic released after a $210 surety bond his own recognizance.April .
Criminal Court Dec. 16 for final failure to appear. court costs. Marshall D. White pled no contest was posted.
disposition. Randy D. Doenges pled guilty ex- Ronald W. Stewart pled guilty Improper DWLS and was fined $101.25, Angel Canipe, 23, of Starke
tag; produced valid tag and sentenced to ten days in jail. Neil William Tilley, 52, of Waldo was arrested Jan. 12 for DUI, accor-
charge was dismissed. White pled to unlawful speed and was arrested Jan. 9 for no tag and ding to Trooper C. A. Pace. Her
LB Man Arrested on Stewart pled guilty no valid was fined $42. driving under influence (DUD, according blood alcohol content was .10 per-
I driver's license, produced valid Nelson Pennyngston pled no con- to Trooper D. C. Roberts. cent. She was released after a
license and was ordered to pay $50 test DWI; fined $625, license Tilley's blood alcohol content was .15 $362.50 surety bond was posted.
Reckless Driving ChargeSamuel court costs. suspended six months,Salvation Ar-
Dennie M. Gohagen pled guilty to my supervision one year, 50 hours
Doyle Moody 40 of Lake and ran a stop sign while making a driving under the Influence community work, attend DWI
Butler was arrested on Sunday Jan. right onto Lake Avenue from First (DUI/DWI) and was fined $625, school.
11, by Union County Deputy SheriffG.R. Street. Hopper reported that the Salvation Army supervision one Edward L. Williams pled no con-
Hopper and charged with one vehicle was sliding sideways and year, 50 hours community work, attend test DWI; fined$625, ten days in jail, C & M Answering
count of willful, wanton reckless fishtailing as it was driven. DWI school, license suspendedsix license suspended five years, attendDWI
driving. months. school, attend Bradford Union
Deputy Hopper was in the Union Hopper gave chase but was unableto Guidance Clinic for therapy under ServiceIs
County Jail at 12:45: a.m. Sunday locate the suspect. At 1:27: a.m. Charles E. Lee pled no contest Salvation Army supervision one
when he heard an engine revving that same night Hopper reported driving while license suspended year.Ernest. I
outside He looked out and observedthe sighting the suspect driving south on (DWLS); fined $132.50. Cowart pled no contest
suspect shouting at someone in a 6th Street. Hopper gave chase and Joseph A. Braun pled guilty drinking in public;60 days court probation
parked car.According. apprehended the suspect at the in- DWLS: fined MisdemeanorLloyd $50 court costs.Misdemeanor now offering a Paging System
to the report, the tersection of 6th and 9th Streets
suspect' then sot; Into his own vehicle where he was arrested. Lloyd D. Ford pled guilty trespasson Court "Electronic Specialist Paging"CALL
school property; placed on 60
Smon McCloud, Jr. pled guilty
Man ArrestedFor days court probation and ordered to retail theft (TG&Y), sentenced to US AND SEE HOW WE
Mississippi pay $30 court costs.
ten days in jail with credit for ten
I Kurt G. Lobenthal pled guilty days served. CAN SAVE YOU TIME & MONEY
IntoxicationTommy trespass on school property; placedon David Jim Browning pled no con-
Disorderly 60 days court probation and test disorderly conduct; given 60
ordered to pay $30 court costs. days court probation, fined $101.25, 964-4485
Lee Harris, 34, of Car- ris was involved in a disturbance at Ernest S. wart pled no contest must violate no laws, stay
michael, Miss., was arrested on the Handy Way. drinking alcoholic beverage in employed. Never Miss Another Call Again -
I Saturday, Jan. 10, by Union County public; placed on 60 days court pro- .----.
I Deputy Sheriff G.R. Hopper at the He alledgedly was shouting and .------
J, Handy Way Food Store on the corner belligerent, his clothes were
of SR-121 and SR-231 Lake Butler. disheveled and he had an odor of
Harris was charged with one count alcohol about him, it was reported. SJ1NYR
took him into Stephen Smith Lumber
I of disorderly intoxication. According Deputy Hopper
i to the rermrt, at 1230 p m Har custody at that time.
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