Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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V JAN 2 71987 *

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A cold front is expected to move in from the southwest Public t _
dipping the mercury down to 22 degrees Saturday morning Friday and 23, Sport.Notice.:2: : : : : :: : : : : : : % ... _.... .. ..

Sunday Sunny, wind and cold is the weekend outlook. The rain is exSECTION BI 12 Pago till 777 0 000000 P V. BCT .

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pdedtoendbynoon today (Thursday Jan. 22). Then winds are KlnIlR.member.d. IB '(\ II INO FLORIDA
expected out of the NE up to 20 mph and gusting. Highs In the bus Family Rotation. . .. . .2Slacs VER.3I TV OF
weekend. SIor".', Black Bolt. . .. . .3BTbandays UN I /
drizzle amounted to 1/4 to 1/2 Inch of rainfall. lumbormon Fight Back. . . .4B FL 72&11- I
Flooding warnings have been issued for both the Santa Fe and <*.Seoul Birthday. . .. . ..SBSowacnee GAINESVILLE t :
Rivers if the rain keeps up. Graham Recaption . . ..ts -
Ali'ClldrainfaD to 8,1 inches,September 5.46 inches, October 3.64 Classified Ad.. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven I

Inches, November 196 Inches, December 3.08 inches, January 2.8 Areo Doaths. . . . HB 0
inches,,and February 3.43 inches. Arm Crime Boot . . .11.12 I08th Year STARKE.FLORIDA 2 Cents Copy'
27th Issue Thursday,January Z2.1M7 LISPS ES>!-7M

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?Oa't Small Counties Ij I IIn

Cut 'N Cook Clinic...
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W'aDllo reduce the coat of your -TIT
grocery bill and at the same time
create interesting meals that your '
family win enjoy? J' Trouble i iI

It is easier to do than you think % -
and now yon can learn all of the
strategies by attending a two-part l r' .
cooking workshop series being offered it1. I"' g'v

,by the Bradford County Extension .

The first Service.class Beef Cookery LegislatorsTold

win be held on Monday, Jan. 28,
and Poufry Cookery will follow on 41t
Monday Feb. 2. f
Both lessons win includedemonstrations ?&tf Help there is no way small counties realize that small counties are in
and food prepara can pay for state mandated solid trouble. Sen. Hollingsworth said he
tion. Each class will begin at 7 p.m. waste expenses under current tax hopes the small county funding problem
at the Agriculture Building on laws Commission Chairman will be addressed by the 1987
North 301 in Starke. i' Lawrence Mosley told local state legislature.Don't .

The sessions are free, but legislators Tuesday. Jan. 20. sign the agreement with

registration is required. Call Some 12 public officials and three DER Hollingsworth advised the
964230.Ext 284 to reserve your private citizens attended the annual county commissioners.

'DD1e-. a 111, legislative hearing. If the legislature
Larger Share...
passes a law, fund it, was a recurring -
Chamber Banquet... 1lp request: from county and school Rep. George Crady, D-Yulee, said
officials. he plans to introduce a bill to get
The annual meeting and banquet rural counties a larger share of the I
oldie Slark-Bradford County "There is just no way we can comply state's profits from race track
Chamber of Commerce is set Saturday ,"said Chairman Mosley with the funds. Crady would like to raise the
.Jan. 31. in the Florida Na- dictates of the Department of Environmental amount of gambling tax to each
tional Guard Armory at Camp Regulation (DER). county each year, now about
Standing. Mosley asked for a postponement of $446,000 by another$200.000.
A social will begin at 7 DER rules going into effect until '
This is in the bucket for
after an engineering firm completesa a drop
followed by dinner at 7:30. A program
will follow the banquet. study of how to solve the landfill large, urban counties Rep. Crady .
-.- -.. "- problems. said, but a significant amount of
The Bradford Repertory Arts
a "There is just no for us to money in small counties where local !
Theater Group will provide enter. ,,,..._... _._ ., ,. .. .w way
Ia DDleJt. ---- -- -- pay, said Chairman Mosley,referring property taxes are as high as they

Tickets are f 15 and can be obtained ..:...........--- _. -- -- -\4 to small counties. with the can go but where commissioners are I
$25,000 homestead exemption. struggling to pay for statemandatedjail
by calling the Chamber office
tl. Mosley told the legislators DER has renovations and pollution
.WW-527 The Chamber office -
y .t set closing costs on the county's prevention.
definitely needs to know as soon as '-A ,
possible how people will attend landfill at $75.000 per acre or
many T-L $1,500,000 for the 20-acre Bradford Low on Totem Pole... \
Call and reserve your tickets .
landfill. Supt. Jim Duncan pointed out
aoaw.The Chamber is accepting "We're trying to work with them Bradford County ranks 65th in state f
nominations for Citizen of the Year every way we can, but there are just funding among the 67 school district.
and Humanitarian of the Year. some things we cannot do," said Bradford gets only 95 percent of
Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. each state school dollar because the
Anyone make nominations for _
either award. Nominations shouldbe Mosley Carter, and Commissioner cost-of-Imng index says it costs less j
Joe Riddick all asked that the to live here than in other counties,
tent to the Chamber, P.O. Box
576. SIark FL 32091.Aiasisa legislature keep DER at bay for even Union, Clay, Duval and
t awhile. The engineering study will Alachua. Duncan called for a,

---- .. -" 1-: be complete in August. said Commissioner regional based cost-of-living index. ? .
,I : Trip.--- o Riddick.Commissioners!:. Differences tar the state funding
J Want to visit Alaska? Call formula costs the Bradford school
said cannot
\ 9M-53&8 to go on a 32 day trip bymotor they district $400,000 per year in funds,
because of funding questions, signan
coach, from June 15 through a the Supt. Duncan pointed out.
with DER
agreement placing
July 1aSpaghetti Not much study is being done on
responsibility for landfill the funding equalization bill in the
maintenance on the county. If any of said Chance Irvine
Supper... legislature, Rep. ,
the five new monitoring wells being
Park and she
R-Orange expects: no
The Kingsley Lake Property installed show contamination of the action on it this session.A .
Owners Assn. will serve a spaghetti water under the landfill, there is no standardized grading scale
supper Sat.Jan 24' from 5-7:30 telling what kind of expenses the would make for SCholar-
at the Lake Civic would face the competition
p.m. Kingsley county in correcting
Center Dine-in or dine-out. $3 adult Local Officials Corner Legislators... problem commissioner said. ships pointed more out. For equitable.example, in Duncan Brad-

plates $2 children's plates. School Board Chairman Rodney Hall ut top, left, has vine, It-Orange Park, is in background. It's a problem all over the state ford County it takes a 94 average to
the ear of new Sen. Wayne llollin&iuoi, D-Lake City, School Board Member Len Schlofman, bottom right with small counties, said new earn an A. in Alachua it takes only a
Horse Show... after Tuesday's annual Legislative Healing. Rep. has Rep. Crady bulldogged for a few minutes. Senator Wayne Hollingsworth,. 90 average.
George Crady, D-Yulee, is in background. D-Lake City. Hollingsworth said a Duncan also said it is a "mean--
The Lake Area Horseman'sAssociation County Commission Chairman Lawrence Mosley, at The public ht'arlng"lasted about two hours, with informal study of north Florida counties has
is sponsoring the 3rd left bottom, talks with Hep. C'rady Rep. Chance Ir talk with the legislators following. made even south Florida legislators (See Legis. Hearjng..p.2A)
annual Fall Fun Show set Satur I
I '0' day. Jan. 31.at 9 a,m. at Krimps

Ranch SR-21. Melrose' .

Champion For more, phone information 4733096.call Paula Chad Reddish Recovering; Nicely After Cardiac ArrestChad .1


SREC Move... Reddish is recovering nicely damage or heart damage. It was not Young Reddish collapsed at second There is no telephone on the breathing or regular heart beat
from a cardiac arrest on the BHS Ii> hear$'attack, but a cardiac base during a home to home baseball field, and someone bad to when rescue personnel arrived. (An
The Community Outreach Office baseball field Friday, Jan. 16, and .,"feji means his heart arrests base runnng drill said Coach run to the field house about 100 attempt at basic life-support was
and Homemaker Office of the his father John Arthur Reddish, If" g.. Charlie Simpkins. Frank (Harris) yards,to call rescue. Board member made but no chest compressions
Suwannee River Economic Council was hoping his son would) be released Doctors have not yet decided how Mastronardi, a volunteer fireman Len Schlofman told the school board were administered.) ParamedicsDan
SREO have been moved to 134 E. today (Thursday, Jan. 22) from much of Reddish's athletic who had Just driven up to the Monday night Jan. 19, that a Cuddington and Jerral Johnson
South Street in front of Register Alachua General Hospital. endeavors he will be allowed to con- baseball field to pick up Sean Robinson telephone should be installed on the had to defibrillate Reddish twice,

OiL Young Reddish, a junior at BHS tinue, his father saidT Wednesday a baseball player, helped ad- athletic field. gave him medication and had to
For further information, phone and starting left-handed pitcher on from the hospital room at Alachua minister CPR and the rescue unit Young Reddish was in full cardiac
srst-sieis. the baseball team, suffered no brain General. was called. arrest, meaning there was no (See Reddish..p.3A)

II KJL Area Elementary w Students May. Have to Switch to Bradford Schoolsby I

Anne Spooholtz radius from the school, to Include the southern tip of Cost to Clay. $100,000 Plus... meeting. The school board is responsible for makingthe
the south of CR-21B and east of Lake Santa Fe. final determination.
BCT Staff Writer To continue either a modified policy or the existing
attend school Bradford parents were warned at the time that the Clay school officials it would take big
Students should have the opportunity to policy say a 18-Mile Trip to Southside...
within the community in which they live, says Bradford policy was subject to review each year. chunk out of the Clay School Board budget.It .
According to Supt. Duncan Bradford elementary
School Supt.<< Jim Duncan.
"AfteraU,isn't that the American of life?"Dun- 59 Bradford Students Attend KHES... has been estimated that $100,000 would have to be school students are no longer allowed to attend KH
can asks.Bat ,. way The number of students attending KHES at the end of expended to move the existing fuel island at the schools,the Bradford school they would be attending. is
in the same breath,Duncan says."I can understand the first grading period who lived outside the two-mile elementary school in order to accommodate additional K-5 Southside Elementary on the south side of Starve
Clay's growth" radius, was broken down by grade levels as follows: portable classrooms, which could cost the Clay school on SR-100. Southside has a present enrollment of approximately

Supt. Duncan is referring to the possible! rezoning of kingergarten 4, first grade 7, second grade 8, third board $30,000 each. 640 students and is nearly 18 miles from
students bring in Bradford County within the Keystone grade 6, fourth grade 3, fifth grade 1, and sixth grade the Seminole Ridge area. Supt Duncan said.
Not There Official...
Heights community who are presently attending for a total of 32 students. Money Says
Keystone schools. A Feb. 12 meeting is set in Green For this same period of time, the number of students "The reality is the money Just isn't there. If we could 6th Graders to Middle School...
Ct.ve Springs at which the Clay School Board is expected living within a two mile radius of the school by grade gain even a year it would make a difference We will KHES has grades K-C; however Southside Elemen-
to decide new boundary lines. level included: kindergarten 6, first grade 4, second have to spend the $100 000 anyway just to support the tary is from kindergarten through fifth grade.
grade 3, third grade 3, fourth grade 3, fifth grade 1 and Clay County students, but if we can postpone this evena Therefore, sixth grade students attending Bradford
day Needs Breathing Room... sixth grade 7, for a total of students or a grand totalof year it would make a difference.it only means not County schools from the Keystone Heights area would 4
several school district has been 59 Bradford County students from both areas. having to place in service two more classrooms, it be attending Bradford Middle School,which is approximately
For now Clay
years would help' said Assistant Superintendent of Services 21 miles from the Seminole Ridge Area. '
grapphBg with the problem of growth in the KH Formula Determines Classroom Needs... Mike ElliottBradford

Elementary School. Many school officials feel that by The number of classrooms needed for each grade Earlier Starting Time...
of students attending
all the 59
eummaung some or presently -
Wel nes'Students.
level Is based on a formula according to the total o classes with
KHES from Bradford County, there will be Southside Elementary begins at 8 a.m.
temporary relief to the problem. As one Clay official number of students in kindergarten through third "Those students (living in Bradford County but at- dismissal at 2 p.m. this year and Bradford Middle
said.**It will give us some breathing room. grade and fourth grade through sixth grade. tending school in Keystone) have always been School begins at approximately 8:10 a.m. with
welcome to attend Bradford County. We have dismissal near 3 p.m.. Supt Duncan said.
lOUIS Not Overcrowded... Employee Children Not Affected... available.We would like to have" some growth.would Keystone Elementary begins at 9:30 a.m. with
definitely be an actvanta< There are also Bradford County students attending There are an additional 13 Bradford County students says. dismissal at 3:30 p.m.

Keystone Heights Hign School.However who are children of Clay County employees. He also said that he sees no reason to change the ex-

because overcrowding does not presently Clay County Deputy Supt. Jim Sowell said that the isting Bradford policy of accepting Clay students from Busing No Problem...
exist at the high school, most Clay school officials School Board policy is to allow employee children to at- the Kingsley Lake or Clay Hill areas.. "We already have bus service in the Seminole Ridge
believe the Bradford County students attending the tend the. school zone where the employee works. "Our position is that any student who has the proper area as far as Griffin Lodge, so that would be no problem
ngb school POM no immediate problem. Therefore, under present board policy, these students release from their county (school district) is welcometo so long as we know how many students would becoming
would not be affected should any changes in the Brad- attend Bradford schools. County lines have never ." Supt. Duncan said.
Bradford Clay Agreement... ford attendance zone be made. been a hard and fast rule," Supt. Duncan said.
Meeting Set In Green Cove...
there has been a reciprocal
For many yean now
agreement between the Clay and Bradford school Three Choices Exist... Recommendation Expected Feb. 12... The Clay School Board is expected to make a decision -

districts allowing students living in one county who At the December 11 School Board meeting Sowell Clay Supet. Ann Wiggins Is expected to present to the on this issue Thursday. Feb. 12. at 7:30 p.m.
reside closer to a school in another couuty, to attend presented research into the Impact of Bradford County School Board a recommendation regarding the Brad- The meeting Is set in the school board meeting room
school closest to their home. Students living In the students attending Keystone Schools. ford County students attending Keystone schools at the In Green Cove Springs off SR-}$.

Xjngsley Lake area of Clay County for example, at- This report presented three possible options) : February 12 regular School Board meeting to be held in The public is Invited to attend. Anyone wishing to
teadT school in Bradford County. Continue the present policy. 0 Green Cove Springs.
this Issue do the
Interview speak on may to by asking receptionist
said in recent
Although Supt. Wiggins a
3 Years .. -Modify the agreement!; to include only Bradford that she U to make her recommendation fora card to be filled out and presented School Board
Attendance Zone Changed Ago. students living within a two mile radius. not at liberty
0 Chairman Jack Eckdahl before the Information
Three years age the attendance zone in Bradford Discontinue the policy of allowing Bradford public until it has been mailed to all school board this card includes the speaker'sname
requested on
County from which students were allowed to go to students to attend Keystone schools. members It Is likely that she will ask that some actionbe the wish to
address and the item
on agenda they
school m Keystone was extended from a previous area Sowell said in a resent' interview that only KHES taken. She will base her recommendation upon information ,
frrr-i.wftnfl only those students living within a two-mile .should be affected at this time. provided the Clay.school board at its Dec.11 address.I" .

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Adm. Positions, Payment Rules Bus Inspections- Quizzed- by.. New Boardby

fluster Hahn business! t ervices. The system of April which may \well reflect additional order for a maximum of $950 to buy Chairman Hall questioned Irom county lax money, slate uppiopriations .
BIT Staff WrilrrAdministrative drawing payroll checks and payment personnellncluding a personnel an item for $30. Chastain's Register about school bus Inspections federal grunts and internal .
positions, of expense vouchers, as explained director Hall said there shouldbe background in operating a retail und was told that bus drivers funds, raised! through various
procedures, and bus inspections purchasing by Reddish, indicates the input from the people doing the business was much in evidence, in file a written inspection report aftera local activities. All funds, except
were discussed by the Brad- need for a review of procedures,prompting work, since they are in position to her questions and comments. walk-around Inspection each day. those raised through local activities,
ford School Board in a 31"' -hour Jan. board member Scott to say"there's identify the needs. Board member James Wain- Critical items,such as brakes, lights are controlled by 5 budgets:
8 workshop. going to be some changes "We need to know if you honestly wright drew upon his experience in and windshield wipers, are attendedto General Fund: composed of tax
While no firm decisions were made. need more people," said Hall. state government to discuss purchasing immediately, even if the bus has generated county money and state
made, board member Jimmie Scott Scott, an accountant, asked astute. Duncan said he plans to submit the and receiving procedures. to be pulled from the line, and a appropriations, released bi-monthly
said "there will be changes," referr- questions in reference to procedures proposed organizational chart in Wainwright made specific com- backup unit utilized until repairs are to the county by the Department of
and offered suggestions ments relative to and Lennard in Tallahassee. Expendedfor
ing to the and February bidding items made Operations Director Education
purchasing receiving which will, if implemented, pleasethe specification of those items. Register said. the purpose of day to day opera-
areas.board The inquiry was instigated by auditor general. Purchasing.., Director of Operations Len When asked about preventative tion of the school system! except
and new Evelyn Chastain members after Jimmie their Scott first The school board does not employa Purchasing procedures next came Register defended the use of blanket maintenance Register said "wedon't those items specifically paid from
chance at approving school board personnel director, even though under consideration, with Business purchase orders for local purchases, do any.:' Repairs are made as special budgets.
bill there are some 500 employees in the Director Reddish outlining the and cited the one retailer in Starkeas things break down, Register told the Capital Outlay Debt Service
payments.The board members want school system, with voluminous personnel method of obtaining materials and being a single-source for lumber, board, which Chairman Hall refer (CODS): Funds within this budget
records to be maintained, supplies.The negating the need for bidding that red to as operating from "crisis to are earmarked for expenditures as
telephone bids on locally purchaseditems more particularly among teachers, item. crisis." Register said "Since Mr. identified in the name of the budget.In .
less even though the purchase is whose status may change from timeto system is fragmented with Chairman Hall said, "I'm hearing Duncan has been here, we have Improved essence, this money is used to payoff
than the
$2.000 bidding limit. time, depending on educational cost centers,with individual schools, resistance to change." 100 percent." bonded Indebtedness.
Board members indicated they were accomplishments, seniority and administrative offices and the The operations (maintenance and Special Projects: Budgeted funds
talking about bidding even small other factors. School principals are operations center each issuing purchase supplies) budget exceeds $1.1 Current Procedures... for building and construction.
items, such as shovels or bolts. The charged with keeping many of the orders, Reddish told the million per year, with a large seg- Superintendent Jim Duncan Federal Funds Title I and II
the board members were also critical of records, while other personnel activities school board. Invoices are receivedin ment being spent through the prefaced the meeting with a resumeof grant funds, and other grants by the
of blanket
practice orders. are handled by the assistant the Accounting Department, and Alachua County School Board, current procedures in handling federal government
Director of Operations Lennard superintendent for administrative sent out to the field for signatures, which presumably bids all purchases accounting records and the method Food Serv ice: For the purchase of
Register resisted the change support services, Dewey McKinney, delaying the payment of expense and sells to the Bradford utilized for purchasing Duncan edible food products only.
because of the increased
work load. and payroll supervisor, Hazel Half. ,vouchers. school system with a 10 percent surcharge stated that Florida Statutes, Chap. The state invests county funds
Supt. Jim Duncan, who said he Scott said "We should have a personnel "Cost centers can purchase from for its trouble. 237, is the key to finances anexpen- surplus to immediate needs, with the
desperately needs help on personnel, director." Superintendent anyone at whatever price. It's a bad Supt. Duncan pointed out that procurement ditures. "Over expenditures becomea interest being returned to the fund
let the staff and board members do Duncan agreed by saying, "McKinney policy," said board member Len of all food products follow personal liability to which generated It. Invested funds
most of the talking in the workshop. spends 80 percent of his time Schlofman, referring to the lack of a accepted purchasing procedures superintendents who authorize spen- now earn 6.12 percent interest.
with personnel activities; we bid policy, especially for items purchased through the bidding process. Coordinator ding in excess of his budget, or board Internal fundsre; ardless of
Procedures... desperately need someone in person- locally. of Food Service Dolores members who vote to over-spend the source, are the responsibility of the
pel!." Board member Evelyn Chastain Morgan handles the purchase and budget," the superintendent said. school principal. He must disbursethe
For the benefit of the school board, Veteran board member and cur voiced concern in the issuance of distribution of food products. The Duncan reminded board members funds for the purpose Intended.
procedures for disbursing funds rent Chairman Rodney P, Hall said blanket purchase orders, citing an board does bid all food supplies item and school personnel that "a budgetis Sources include, but are not limitedto
were traced by Superintendent Dun- Supt. Duncan is required by law to incident in which the operations by item, taking the lowest price not a license to spend." athletic events, student contribu-
can and Mike Reddish, director of submit an organizational chart I in center issued a blanket purchase from each bidder. Bradford schools receive funding tions and parent fund raisers..

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( page tA being considered as a form of merit. $400,0xin( special grant funds for. and which can now be used on Supt. Duncan said he was aware of City Commissioner Vernon Silcox
ingless standard" to have the 1.5 pay for teachers. "It really is just a were given to the school board by the something else the needs of other districts. Duncan suggested the legislators bargain to
grade point average requirement in way of proposing how dollars will be 1986 legislature to refurbish the BHS Sen. Hollingsworth pointed out added it won't be too long before let one cent of the sales tax go back
a day when schools are plaqued with spent," said Supt. Duncan. auditorium. Architect Spiros Drivasis everybody is jumping on the special Bradford will need a new elemen- to the counties to pay for state man-
an increasing dropout rate. in the process of drawing plans for needs bandwagon and the competition tary school. dated expenses, such as solid waste.
The legislators were also urged by Local school officials are also ask the auditorium renovation. Drivas will be fierce for the $15,000
Supt. Duncan to take a "good, long ing the legislature for $400,000 in told the school board Monday nightit which Education Commissioner Bet- Sales Tax Reduction... Citizens Address...
look" before the dust settles on the special funds to renovate the aging won't be necessary to repair the ty Castor has recommended be plac- Sen. Hollingsworth, in answerto Two private citizens, Guy An-
Career Ladder Program, which is gymnasium at Bradford High. roof, an item he had $60,000 tabbed ed in the special needs fund. questions about Gov. Bob Mar drews and Al Crosby, addressed the
tinez's recommendation to reduce delegation.Both .
the state sales tax back to four per-
. Dolphin News cent, a drop of one percent. That can
happen only if the sales tax exemp- thanked them for coming.
tions are eliminated. City Commissioner Silcox said he
P.T.O. Meetingby Every penny of the sales tax has thought it unnecessary to have
L.L.L. Dance Mrs. Freeman's Class Favorite stickers which the raises some $1 billion, it Is more than one repipsentative on the
There Joey will Shuford be P.T.O. The Lawtey Little League is spon- Students in Mrs. Freeman's second students have received to date are estimated. Eliminating all the sales legislature. But, Silcox said, he has
Feb. iff at 7:30 a in the meeting soring a dance Jan. 23. The dance grade Chapter I classes look those relating to the holidays and tax exemptions, except on food and changed his mind he sees the valueof
cafetorium. p.m Lawtey will be from 7pm10 p.m. and ad- forward each week to Friday better scratch-and-smff flavors (vanilla, medicine, would bring in an additional more voices speaking for Brad-
mission will be $1. No one over 15 known as "Sticker Day!" strawberry and chocolate)! $2 billion per year, it is ford County and Starke. Crosy
Girl Scouts Plant Trees years old is allowed! Refreshmentsmay At the beginning of school each estimated. agreed.
be purchased at the dance. It . . . . . . .
person selected a picture of a . . . . . .. .. ..
The Girl -
Scout troop from Lawtey will be at the Lawtey caletonum --"-- - -m -- - - -
Mrs Sharon Aaronby
unicorn, a comic on books or
school Elementary planted One 75 hundred trees on the Hope to see you there. reading, or a Care Bear alphabet letter Glj Griggs Hours I: .5JOM-F ?
grounds. more
need to be planted. They had help The rules lor the dance are: once The picture was put on a folded Mrs Aaron is a third grade 1:30-4:00: : Sat. JO Ann s 4 $
from Greg Alvarez, agriculture inside! !students cannot leave and piece of construction paper to form a teacher at Lawtey Elementary. She SO*W. Call Street :P ;
sticker booklet. If the Chapter I has been for 11 She ((904) I84-IM7 A
teacher at BHS, Mark Hildreth, return to the dance and if a !studentis students follow these rules each day teaching years. Speciality Gift Shop .' oy-
school volunteer, Danny Coleman, to walk home or ride with another J4' ,
the week rewarded witha
student and Mr. Paterson principal. student a note is required they are has taught 5th, 6th and 1st grades.
booklet special sticker to add to their Mrs. Aaron graduated irom the Our Gourmet Shop will make jour Super Howl .'orty ;

Lawtey"by>> Metlna Little Smith League Fifth Grade Helps Out class I) Walk: to and from Chapter I working University with of Florida children.and she enjoys easy and delicious..". Champagne mustard, dip mixes, ;
in the correct manner.
The Lawtey Little League has I hv: Erin Wilkinson 2) Do their very best work. Mrs. Aaron has vinegars, coffee and tea. Always in good tuste!
elacted officers for the 1987 baseball Mrs McClellan and Ms. Green's 3) Follow class rules for being a two children of her Come In and Sample!
season. President, John Williams, filth grade classes took up a collec- good citizen own, a two-year-old son, Brandon,
Sr., Vice-president, Ben Padgett, tion lor Mark King and his family. 4) Be in class on Friday. and Misti.an She eight-year-old her daughter, We Appreciate Your Patronage
Secretary Helen Padgett The King's house was destroyed in a enjoys family life. teeIIH l lJHI l l IIIH M.e .t. ejl tJ 11 111 e i
Treasurer, Jean Tanner. Specialrecognition lire The fifth grade classes collected As of Friday, Jan. 9. each of the -
goes to Ed Crews, past following students had the largest
president of the Lawtey Little money clothing and they also number of stickers !J5): Sarah Ben 20/20 VIDEO
League, who has been active in the collected money to rl'placeIark's: nett, Mrs. Hamilton; Melody Crews,
organization for the past ten years. teddy bear that was destroyed in the John Herndon, Cecil Smith, John 'o \e rc A
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fish/chicken dinner and Battle of the happy that Mark is back at school students. Under New Ownership Alvin & Kathleen MikellA
Bluegrass Bands is planned for and that he was unhurt.
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BBS Hi-Q Squad Places


Third in CompetitionThe h -I j

High-Q team of Bradford High new record for one game for BUS,
placed third among nine schools in and was the most points scored in
the Western Division of the North one game in the tournament.In .
Florida High-Q Conference last Friday the second match, BUS lost 1 : "p
Jan. 18, at Chiefland. 283-264 to Chiefland. BHS had over Jw. 4
The placement also qualifies the come a 113 point deficit in the second ;r i
BHS team for the conference tournament half only to)lose at the end.Chief land !'
set the first week of Februaryat lost to eventual champion In- _' '
Palatka High. Schools participating terlachen High for the Western Division '
are Crescent City High championship. Chiefland lost to t'I I Hr
Palatka High,Interlachen High,andBIIS. BHS by the season record fora placein ; : : l
the conference tournament.The / :
four students playing for BHS
As winner of the Interlachen High were Lisa Blalock, a senior and
is the Western Division championfrom team captain; Shaun Schmidt,
1986-87. Shawna Blom, and Holly Shields.
BHS defeated 324 to 177 in the Team coach is Stanley Crawford, Starke Elementary Smarties...
opening round match. The 324 is English instructor at BHS.
a These fourth and fifth grade students at Starke Elementary School Sullivan, Kelly Thornton Crystal Grerr, Candl Norman, Lena Cason,
made straight A's on their report cards for the second six week grading Julie Walker and Malena Itoberts.
Student Attack period. In the rear row from left to right: Smlta Patel, Metal Patel, Michael
Reports Pictured above on the front row from left to right: Jeffery Evans, Rob- Rodriguez, Darrin Young, Jim Spears, Dana Newsome,Alyson Dugdale,
I bie Bassett Jennifer, Shadd, Amy Parrish EHtella! Denton, Jennifer Cassandra Jarvis and Wendy Thornton.

",. ,.. ...
Near School CampusAn 'if't

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18-year-old Bradford High found the girl later and called police.
School student reported being attacked According to Lt. Richard Bennett,
by a black male Tuesday, the girl was taken to Shands
Jan. 13. The girl said she was near Hospital where she was examinedand
her home when she was forced at treated.
gunpoint to get into a car Tuesday
afternoon She was taken to a wood- The investigation is continuingwith
ed area near Alligator Creek where lab test results expected soon,
she said she was attacked. Neigbors said Bennett.be .

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(from page 1A)
defribillate again to regulate his home soon, Chad will have to remain Y
heart. As soon as they got a regular out of school for seveal weeks.
heart beat Reddish was taken to Reddish has played baseball for
Bradford Hospital where he was two years, had a very bright futureas
stablized. An hour later he was a left-handed pitcher, and would '
transported to Alachua General have started this year, says Coach .
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where he was placed in medical Intensive Simpkins.It .
Starke Elementary Straight A's...
care. Reddish was removed has been known that Reddish I
from intensive care Saturday night. had an enlarged heart. Though he These first grade students at Starke Elementary made straight A's on DeSue, Renae Morgan and Vashawn Tyson.
John Arthur Reddish said Wednes- could not play contact sports, doctors their report cards lor the second six week grading period. In the rear from left to right: Chris Kinney Kelll WIlliams Kim Pharls.
day that Chad has had no reaction to had approved Reddish's participation From left to right on the front row: Casey Moore, Adrienne Padgctte, Stacy Eaton Itashanda limes, Traye Crosby, Trey Ross, Andy Brown, I
the heart medicine. Though he will in baseball. Crystal Melvin,Jeff Sellers, Michael Porchalz/o, Sekennia Bell,Nicholas Charlie Norman Chris Cox, Matthew Pusateri John Conti, Michael
Mixon Heather Jarvls. Tiffany Bailiff. Brand Jones, Diptl Patel, Vicki Kirkland, Carrie Thompson and Travis Crew

I Brooker News

By Sue Davis their other grandmother, Hazel exchange of gifts and traditional
Carlton of Starke, arrived. Two Christmas dinner with all the trim.
School Activities... grandmothers together was much mings.
Last Monday was a big day for nicer and the children made the Joining the family were grand-
students as BES as they completedthe most of it. With plenty of food and mother Georgia Micelle of Wor-
first semester of the school year. lots of love this made for a happy thington Springs, Aunt Alma Mizelle
Principal Bill McHae said report holiday. of Lake Butler and a longtime friendof
cards will be issued to each student The time was short when grand- the family Sue Davis. To Mother
next Tuesday, Jan. 27. To find out mother Carlton had to return hometo Ruth and Dad Warren, it isn't when Ford Motor Company and Terwillegar Motors
how well your son or daughter is doing Starke and grandmother Hilder- you observe holiday but how and

in class, watch"" for. .those... .. cards.. ." brandt, left for a .vi! n. wjth .a with a strong family\ tic, this, Will offer the Best, Built American Car .
Mom i nd tiad.Students daughter in Washington, D(5, before always prevail.
will be out of school Fri. returning home. Other visitors were l Friday following the holidaY); with a Great Financing Plan!
day, Jan.23. This day is set aside for Mrs. Elain Griffis and daughter, 'group of Lucretia'//I" old :school,
the teacher planning day. Rhonda Crawford and two childrenof friends appeared. Having not seen .. ,
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KindergartenThe Starke. ________ each other in of approx. 30 years,there do. ::1 .___._ ._....__l.__..__ .__._. ___.._._. ----l----i-----.;,;;;;._ __=.;=:tr_____
The holidays were over but the was a lot catching up to ,
Kindergarten class had a lot Hugh Crosby family were still in a Among those present were Winston tl, : .
planned for the month of January, festive mood. The family celebrated Kelly, Glenda & Wilbur Andrews, I 3.9 % '
said Mrs. Cook, the class instructor. Dad's and daughter Patricia's birth- Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Suggs and son, : ; Months r
During the month the students day Jan. 8 with a family gathering. sister Karen and son Stuart. As the
covered units on transportation and Patricia has become quite a young group gathered around in the kit i 1 *
career awareness. Parents, if you lady at the age of 2. Dad Hugh has chen to enjoy the goodies preparedby 5.9 %
know of anyone willing to talk to the become mellow with time but your Ruth, they laughingly recalled Months I
class on occupations or disabilities, age is a secret we will keep for now. happy memories of the past, I, I
please contact Mrs. Cook. The class *
will also be working with new letter Amy Williams of Hampton and 7.9/O
people of the month, these will be: Wilbur Cone of Darby (Dade City FLA.TWIN THEATRE Months
Mr. S with super socks Mr. V with a area) were the Sunday evening f II ,,
violet, velvet vest and Miss E who guests of Mrs. Lydia Crosby and Mr. Starke 964-5451 f *
loves to exercise.) & Mrs. Joe Hess. 9 % .
Open Every Night It j 60 MonthsOR ,
First Grade .
Holidays come go. year -
Mrs. Vellenga's 1st grade class is Christmas was celebrated a bit different S2.D0 SPECIAL i 1 1 : Ilt

very excited) about having a com- in the Warren Muelle: (:come. i Sat. & Sun. 5:00 Showing 1 II CASH BACK $500 Bronco II $600
puter in their room. They are work- Due to the work load of the post office I Tuesday!!! Showings_'_ Ranger !I I1.
> wJ
ing on keyboard skills and also look- in Miami, daughter Lucretia lt
ing for software for math and other could not get away for the holidays Starts Friday, Jan. 23 ---1.: :: :
skills. In math, the class worked with her parents.
with measurement units and began Wishing to have the family all EDDIE MURPHY IS BACK

subtraction. In reading, students are together, the Mizelles set aside Jan.
working on short vowel sounds. 14 & 15 as their holiday. Lucretia- THEGOLDEN Rangers Bronco 11s4x2fs
Beginning next week the first flew home to join her family for an ..
grade will begin formal spelling
CHILD 4x2's & 4x4's
tests. A word list will be sent home TNI BRABFORg-- -
with students. The class will be intoa lPG.oJ4Q "s" Models & 4)(4'5STX
new health program for the up- Models.7t1" \\j.
coming month. In science, they con- Published every Thursday SCREEN 2 --XLT / :--j; All ,-r ,
tinue to study zoo animals and learn I Call Street -" 12 to _
the behavior of animals in the winter at 135 W. 45 to .I .
months. In writing, students are Starke, Florida 32091 Choose q ChooseFrom '. '
practicing their writing skills on Second Class postage paid at HEARTBREAKRIDGE L1.
J their pen pals in the second grade of Starke, FloridaSubs.cription From
a Wisconsin school.
Rates: -

Fifth & Sixth GradesMrs. In-trade area: $12.00 per year -_ '
Ezell is teaching the fifth and $7.00 six monthsI 301 DRIVE-IN
sixth grades to divide by two or Starke 964-7484 IS I : I III.t
more digits at this time. Sometimesit i I Outside area: $13 per year
takes longer to complete a problem $7.50 six.months Closed for Winter

when dividing in five or six .' --..:.- ...."'...... .- -- _. 1 t 1 1 /
digits. Parents are asked to donate
any tools that you can spare as the

sixth making grade techniques will be studying in art. Other print [ 87 Mustang 'GT' 87 EXP 'Luxury'

needed buttons,items sponges are, whole old forks potatoes, spools or, r'ee: :I-A-BIIII:: i see: : YOU The Boss! CoupeIn

oranges bars of soap and odds and
ends of unusual shapes that will In Stock 225 H.P.I!I I Stock
make an interesting design.

The SWINTEC 8012 lets you
Third Grade
__ see what you're typing
Mrs. Melvin's third grade class is '
now reading a new book and learn- before you print itl! .. -. O\- -
ing multipliction facts. Parents,
please help your child in this subject ,
: at home. In social studies the $649 .- . .
students are learning the continentsand

the oceans map.and Studying how to locate plants themon in LCD Window Display Automalic Feed. Underscore. ,'Full Size: :Big, (Bronco: in, Stock: !

science,the students are looking for ((20 characters) Center. Return, Decimal Tab. : ,
ward to planting some plants of their Hyphen ,,3D I 2: ,t I".35lH' O. _' .
own. The class will continue to study Computer Interface : ,
and plant life. Beginn- 3 Typing Modes: Normal, Word
about ing next flowers week the class will learn Wide Carriage ((16Vi"J) In Standard Line Print Shop Us First Last But SHOP usn!!
write a letter to someone and Cabinet

will how how conclude to to address by an writing envelope.a letter The unit to a Up to 5 Line Character Correction for Stencil testing Capability and Blind Typing WE WILL SAVE YOU $$$$$

200 characters)
the Memory(or
J class member and mailing it at
,( post office.; Letter Quality Printer swIntjBC.

Around Town : .
The Hugh Crosby family enjoyed a '
quite Christmas.restful Little holiday Patricia during and t OFFICE SHOP 21, Keystone Hgts, 473.3613.206 W. Madison, Starker 964-7200

brother Matt were real excited when 110 W. Call St. -Starka
their grandmother, Elain Milder- 964-5764 Jax 388-FORD G'ville 377-1096
brandt of Cape Coral, arrived for a
stay. The Icing on the cake was when


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Historical Society Told...

I Surveying a Round World with Straight Lines 'Aint Easy'

The difficulty of surveying round world
corners are accepted by Government they
with instruments intended to make
cannot be changed. The only thing unhappy -
lines flat surface, was
straight on a
landowners can do is to arbitrate
described by Bill Alderman of the Brad-
differences and have a mutual agreementon
ford Title and Abstract Company at the who owns what.
Historical Society meeting last Thursday
night. Alderman also gave an interesting account kl.1tip .
of early land grants and patents
Surveying today requires a lot of detective Early issued to some of the early settlers in the
work, he said, since early surveyors Starke area. George W. Cole of Columbia
used trees and other landmarks that are no County secured title to the 640 acres that
longer there to mark their corners, making settlers became known as the Original Town of
their field notes difficult to follow aftera Starke. This includes the portion of Call

hundred years or more. feared Street, which was the "main street" of ..
When Tallahassee was selected as the that time extending from present U.S. 301 .. ,
capital of Florida it became the starting at the Old Courthouse, eastward to Church p". ,

point for all surveys made in Florida, loss of Street, and bounded roughly on the North .t.
Alderman said. This starting point was used by Jackson Street and on the south by ,{ 'tj

in Florida's first survey,begun in 1824, South Street. z .. ...!
which has been a subject of some con- Other of sections in yn
propertyfrom owners one or more . .
_.,. .
Some that the actual pointis <
troversy argue Township 28, which includes most of the
ten feet away, but the 1925 Legislature area of present Starke, were James Lagergren at Work
decided to settle the dispute by erecting a Pickles an engineer, two sections': Edward -
monument with a brass plate showing the t N. Dickerson, connected with the Veteran Starke surveyor for more than 50 years, II. E. Lagergren Is
starting point about a quarter mile from ., Florida Railroad, five sections; Louis F. seen above "in the field" during construction on a drainage project In
the capitol. With that point as a base, Fleming, Laura De Thompson, Drury Red- Bradford County's "piney flats". Meticulous In his methods, Lagergrenwas
Florida is divided into square townshipsand surveys dish, two sections each; John D. McKin- impatient with the field notes of some of the area's earlier surveyorswho {
sections. But since the meridian lines ney, Rachel Board and William M. Cox, frequently erred due to carelessness, or the crude surveying Instruments
come closer together as they approach the one section each.Surveying of that time.
North Pole, the squares sometimes vary in Not At right: Retired surveyor M. G. McMillan still refers to his grand
Easy father's field notes which are a prized possession. and kept securely lock
size.An The inaccuracies of those early ed In his office safe on East Call Street.
example of this is in the Brooker section surveyors is probably accounted for by the

of Bradford County where some sections hardships they endured. It is not surprising house, and move it to another location
are larger than others. When that after they had completed their for a hard day's work.
after the had established new
disputes occur between neighboring lan- work "house surveyor was very bad and he sometimes gave a
slippings" were regular occurrences lines.H. Every day brought some new adventure.
downers there is no way to settle the mat Neighbors would gather cypress tree as a witness for a post on a
E. Lagergren, who surveyed in Brad Once he was measuring a swamp for a turkey oak ridge, and a wild persimmontree
ter legally, Alderman said, since once the together on these occasions, jack up a rough-and-ready landowner in the Raiford
ford and neighboring counties for half a for a post in the swamp. In crossingthe
century, wrote concerning the time when, area, who stepped in a hole of soft muck creeks he seems to have had trouble
in the company of some roughneck and yelled, "Damn the lines Let's quit with his mare, and forgot altogether on
EDITORiALs helpers, he found the survey line ending in paddling around"in this mud and water, what lines he crossed them, thus frequently -
the middle of hole. His and get a drink! mile
an alligator placing a creek a from where it
"assistants" were reluctant to help with should have been in his field notes and on
setting the post, so Lagergren placed his Crude Survey Methods his plat."
watch and tobacco in his hat to keep them
LagTgren earned a reputation as a Lagergren commented that most peoplein
dry and waded Into the hole to set the
up careful and accurate surveyor. He had no the "backwoods" disliked surveyors
post. Although he did not feel endangered with of his
skittish patience some predecessorswho because they feared they might lose some
by his
a gator, "bravery" becamea
often left things in more of a mess
of their land after he finished. Their sense
local and him hero'swelcome
Guidelines ExceededIn legend won a than they found them. Joshua Coffee was
Rightly among his admirers. of humor in those gun-toting days was
one whose work he especially scorned, as almost as disastrous as their dislike. When -
The "cracker" women however were told in these notes: the surveyor wasn't looking they would
not The memories hardships
so impressed. -
suffered during the Civil War and "Joshua Coffee, I have always found stick a pocket knife next to the compass
Bridge Accident Reconstruction Days had made them strictly reliable... you could always rely on needle to watch it waver and ruin its
suspicious of so-called "Yankees" or him to do bad work. Tradition says he magnetic reaction. During boundary
foreigners, and their preachers had warn- never used a chain, but after setting his disputes, the opposing side would pull up
The urgent need for abolishing or ly free man after serving half of his ed them against the "wiles of the devil." It course with a pocket compass, he bestrodehis the survey stakes overnight, or they'd try
to steer the to the
mare and rode for a certain lengthof surveyor wrong
revising Florida's controversial senten- sentence. was only natural then that a man who gray
demonstrated worked in a mysterious way that no one time (depending on the character of the tree, swearing that the blazes on it were
cing guidelines was again resent regulations a judge could understand, and used a strange in- ground) then made a sign to his axe man, the original ones.
this week following the conviction of a may exceed the guidelines when he stnument that could find wooden stakes who trotted along behind on a little mule, Due to the mistakes of early surveyors

23-year-old Jacksonville man in the believes circumstances of a crime war- and overgrown marks on trees, must sure- to dismount and set a corner post. Foster Shi Smith, a big landowner in Brad-

devastating drunk-driving accident on rant stiffer punishment. But he must ly be an emissary of the evil one. Also, the "The witness trees for the corners were ford County, is said to have paid taxes for
the Fuller Warren Bridge last May. i housewives resented paying the surveyor made by Coffee after he had retired to his several years on 240 acres of land "that
state his reasons, which are subject to $5 a day when a field hand got only 75 cents tent at the end of the day, but his memorynal wasn't there."
The accident, described by the appeal to a higher court. Some judges

presiding judge as "horrifying, have become frustrated by the frequency -

outrageous and heartbreaking", cost with which the district appeals court Gov Marr/nez' Appointments

the lives of two menone of them Ran- overturns their stiffer sentences and

dall McGee, 32, of Starke; crushed are often reluctant to impose them. I

another more than man's 100 places legs with, who fractures now faces in In justification of the longer term imposed Pose Question : To Switch or Not to Switch ?

) in the Jacksonville bridge accident -

probable amputation; and seriously inning ( Judge Oliff said, "This is a case of allairs, worked for Martinet when he
two others. President Andrew Jackson once said, pointments unless bona-title
carnage and destruction on a grand "To the victor belongs the >olls." Among was mayor of Tampa. ,Both were get ie.
I a greeter: share or..U1e.Jj ,.
Under death- ? _:,7,
the the
guidelines- scale under such incredible and horrify- other things this l: has been interpreted to Democrats at that time, and switched par )
dealing driver could have gotten off ing circumstances that the recommended mean that an elected head of state has the ties together. former State GOP'chafrmtwi; said i that

with a sentence ranging from seven to guideline sentence is uncons- right to (fill any or all appointed offices in According to the Tallahassee report changing parties was an "unolficiul purl of
Martinet is still enjoying a post-election the deal" for Graham aides retaining their
his administration with members of his
twelve which with maximum
years, cionable. These crimes are so horrify- own political party. "honeymoon", and top Republicans have jobs with Martinez in spite of the Gover
gain time and other "perks" of the ing, outrageous, and heartbreaking, been reluctant to criticize his choices at nor's proclaimed hiring policy that "the

system, could result in the convictedman that grown men wept in court as they Indeed, the only previous Republican least openly. But some admit they will not most nun hi led person will not be shut out
serving only one-third of the described the carnage and death caused Governor of Florida in this centurythe ho !satisfied with the Governor's future ap- of a job for political reasons"

guidelines sentence- "earning" his by the defendant's drunk driving." Ilamboyant and unpredictable Claude
freedom in to four Kirkrequired his choices to be membersof
2'/2 years. Widespread criticism and dissatisfaction the GOP or- registered Democrats--

Fortunately Judge Olliff, who heard with the sentencing guidelines has Mitch their party allegiance bet ore he appointed Urgency Needed in Preparation of

the case, realized its seriousness and been expressed by many in the )judicial them to oil ice. I

exceeded the guidelines, sentencing the system, as well as by private citizens. It Now, Florida's new Republican Governor Comprehensive/ Plan Zoners Told
convicted man to 30 years. But even this is understood that a bill to abolish the Bob Martine:.!, is assembling his ,

sentence, with the maximum off for guidelines, or at least revise them to require leadership team with some Democrats, as

good behavior, work credits, and other more realistic sentences, will be well as recently converted Republicans, City and county commissioners and

gain-time criteria, could whittle the introduced at the coming legislative holding many top posts. planning and zoning officials of Bradfordand overriding future in "Florida importance where of plaining for has the
sentence down to one-third of the time Union Counties were briefed population
session.It A Capital Bureau news story in Sunday's Tuesday quadrupled in the last 30 from three
imposed, meaning a possible release in is hoped that the 1987 Times-Union said, "Since GOP leaders night, Jan. 20, on the need to start work on million to II million. The years-urgency is indicated
new comprehensive plans for their cities
ten years, but more likely a release statewide are closely watching every hir by the fact that coastal and urban
from prison in 15 years. Since the parole give such a bill the careful attention ing decision made by Martinet, who was a and counties, mandated by State law witha counties of South Florida have until!IRS to
deadline of
that deserves. before switching July I, 19'.10.
it registered Democrat himself -
system has been abolished, he is a total- : parties before announcing for The well-attended meeting was conducted while complete non-coastal their new and comprehensive plans,

Governor, party illation I is a touchy by Scott Koons of the North FloridaRegional non-urban countiessuch
as Bradford Union and
nine others in
topic around the Governor's oll ce. Few Planning Council, who said the the North Central Florida
Region have until -
staffers are comfortable discussing it." new comprehensive plan must also comply 1990 to
Is $800 Million Budget Cut with provisions of the State plan as well as comply.
The story continued, saying "Correc the Regional plan, which was completed in Purpose of the updated! comprehensive
tions Secretary Richard Dugger made the December and is now undergoing review. planning is to preserve the quality of life in
switch a week ago alter, he had taken the Plans were announced for a planningand our rapidly growing state l Koons said.
Possible in Growing State? job." zoning course to be held at SFCC The NCFRPC is currently in the processof

Dugger was quoted by the Tallahassee Starke Center one night per week for 14 updating the comprehensive land use
bureau reporter as saying he usually votes weeks, tentatively set for May, with Koonsas plan of Bradford County, 'adopted in 1980.

We hope that Governor Bob Martinez Then consider the realm of transpor- Republican, but never had u good reason Interest instructor.in and in both The City of Starke's land use plan was
before to change his registration until planning zoning adopted in 1979.! County :zoning.! regulationswere
doesn't let his running feud with U.S. At- tation. Florida's infrastructure needs hired by a Republic) administration. Bradford and Union counties were initiated in August 1970
torney Robert Merkle distract him too are already estimated at $30 billion evidenced by a standing room only crowd The law

much from the centerpiece promise of plus, with more and more tourists, "The only reason I ever registered as a that overflowed the SFCC conferenceroom. effect original from 1975.1900.7'he state put land new use state plansin law
Democrat was, it was more convenient The Starke City Commission' ,
his trim from trucks and incoming permanent
campaign to $800,000,000 now requires) updating each five years.
coming from a small rural county, Dug holding its regular third Tuesday meeting,
Florida's budget. residents wearing out roads almost as ger said. "It's hard to register Republicanwhen adjourned early and attended the Current county and city commissioners,
Regardless of the merits or flaws ofMerkle's fast as they're built. nobody is running lorotfice from the planning-zoning:.! meeting en masse. received zoning boards lack the education
by earlier otficials when
but that's changing. overview of the of
Republican Party, Giving an history zoning -
methods the Then there's the the regulations and
prosecutorial handicapped, land use plans were being
fact remains that it is of far more interest elderly, and the infirm, who are always Dugger, former Superintendent of in the U.S.. Koons emphasized the planned and first went into clfect.

and benefit to the people of with us, just like' the poorand the Florida State Prison in Bradford County,

Florida that Martinez keep his promise, numbers are increasing daily with said no one from the Martine:.! administration
ever asked him about registration or Forestry in Bradford County
his Florida's
than whether or not Merkle keeps soaring growth. advised him to change it.

job. Too much time spent fighting And what about those built-in en- ,
Merkle might limit the time the Governor vironmental needsSave Our Coasts The fact Martine:.! does not screen job l(> Out. i ItlV l Nmton { I l Ht'loic gnu ditftip a tree be sure losoak
can devote to finding those candidates for party affiliation is a "pointof Itrailfortl Comity Forester the roots so the dirt clings to the "root,
Save Our Rivers Save our Wetlands, staff '
administration .
pride" with I'l.tss. Wrap 11 ic roots" in plastic t or" burlap
budgetary leaks and plugging them up. and above allsave our pure drinking members, the T-U article said. Although the official date for Arbor Day which should be removed before planting/

Of course, there is always some obvious water? They don't come cheap. More was January 16, there is still plenty of timeto he( tree, il you transport: the tree any
One staff member said Martinez:.! had not plant trees while they are still in the dormant distance, by truck.
waste in under prisons for more prisoners, more jails,
pressured any of his new aides into chang stage. More than a thousand schools
anyone's administration, but $800 more funds for law enforcement and the ing parties, but added that no pressure is throughout Florida participated in Arbor 12)) Make (lie hole l big i| enough lo stretch
million dollars worth may be a bit hardto war on drugs. The needs will grow at the needed for them to understand they are ex- Day activities, assisted by foresters of the out llu. roots lo MIC length 'before it waslilted
and' th"II'IIII('" them with a mix ol'
Florida Division of
with. rate growsmaking to be Republicans.The Forestry.
come up same as population pected humus and soil. Water, the dirt well to settle
For instance take education, which Florida the sixth most populous state in morning after Marline was swept Florida's Arbor Day observance Is one! it belore I lilting/ the hole completely and

was hoping to get all or most of those the nation by 1990. into the governor's mansion, largely by of the earliest in the country so we can take build. ring: of dirt round the base ol the
voting Democrats, he told a advantage of cool weather and dormancy tree to hold water
new lottery funds until Martinez came Governor Martinez has bigger and cross-over cheering room of Republican supportersthat during January and February. This makes For information about transplanting
along with his "just no" It better to about than tryingto It'eCSl'Ulller to and lo new locations -
say warning. things worry he would "do no different from any plant move trees or if your class! or school desires an
doesn't look too good right now for get a U.S. prosecuting attorney other governor" in choosing his chief aides and gives them the best chance to Arbor Day program, call the county

Florida's chance to pull up from the bot- removed from office- that is, if he really and agency heads. This sounded to job- survive transplanting shock. forester. Remember: You place a sign I lor

tom half of the nation in per student I intends to keep that $800 million hungry Republicans that top patronagejobs Arbor Day became a fully recognized conservation on this\ earth when you plant
education dominated by Democrats under celebration during the presidency of
expenditures. dollar promise. Governors Graham and Askew would, at Theodore Roosevelt who made conservation
long last, go to Republicans. Will Entertain
cipal objectives.! at

't fEE eu r- But in spite of his assurance, Martinezhas 'r1'I",-" limy! Ill'l purchased from commercial KLI'OA Supper SaturdayThe
picked a mixed political bag for his l nuiMTU'S: or' can be obtained tree from Plus-Fox Squares! will entertain
four top aides in the Executive Office. constructiiiii silos cr growing wild. If you with square dance routines! Iron 5 to ii'i:: '
None has been a Republican for longer favor construction sites or the woods 10 dig p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at the King-dry
[J than four years, and two of them, former jour trees, lie sure you get permission Lake Civic Center. A Spaghetti: Suiipi-r.
= Smith, and Glenn
" Attorney General Jim from" th' miner: here thelt. is a crime in sponsored! by the Kiriuslfy.l. Property
When Venue 'Ie "* its bright*st K can sometimes b. M.n with the naked eye In full Robertson are still registered Democrats, Florida. Owners Assn., will b.: scried 'from .1!i to
. d.ylight. 7:30.: Adults. $8:l. Children .U Tiik-"iuiiavailable.
Mac Sii >8novlch.chief of staff for exter- When 111.lntitiic-rt'l mbar these tips:


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ide of the news

Weddings. Club News Social Events

Receptions Church News Births

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Sandy Kaye McCullough -:::


Todd Andrew Schmidt .
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United in MarriageSandy _. ...,;: .

Kaye McCullough of Cyndy M. Weeks, the bride's .
Keystone Heights and Todd Andrew sister, served as matron of honor.
Schmidt of Starke were united in Assisting her was bridal attendant .
marriage the evening of August 22, Cana Schmidt. Both wore burgundy .
1986 at 7:30: p.m. The ceremony took colored full length satin gowns with
place at the First United Methodist matching: jackets. They carried lace
Church in Starke with Rev. Ballard fans decorated with pink roses and
Wilson conducting the service. burgundy flowers accented with 0
The bride is the daughter of Mr. long lace and ribbon streamers. .
and Mrs. Charles McCullough of Assisting at the reception,planned
Keystone Heights. The groom is the by Oleta Hardenbrook, were Sylvia
son of Mr. and Mrs.John Schmidt of Kroll and Lucy Yeomans at the
Starke. punch table. The cake was cut and
Nuptial music was provided by served by Mildred Frick, Laurie
.l.. organist Krlsty Johns and pianist Mullins, Cindy Futch and Ruth
Neil Brooks. Performing solos were Johns. The bride's book was kept by
Cana Schmidt and Bill McRae. Linda Dreher. Directing the wed-
Given in marriage by her father, ding was Marian Douglas. Floor
Charles McCullough, the bride's hostesses were Tina McRae and
gown featured a square neckline Terry Smith.A .
edged with ruffles and puffed ...
sleeves with bows. The gown fell in graduate of Keystone Heights
lace tiers ending in a chapel length High School, Sandy currently worksat
train. the Western Auto in Starke. Toddis
She wore a headpiece of silk a graduate of Bradford High -
orange blossoms encircling her head School and Florida Southern Col-
with a fingertip veil and carried lege. He is now employed at DuPont. ..
white silk roses and lilies of the The couple enjoyed a week long '"
valley with lace streamers. Pearl wedding trip to the Smokey Moun-
earrings given by the groom tains and currently reside on Johns
highlighted the ensemble. Drive in Starke.

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Carrie Williams .
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I Carrie "Mama" Williams '* ';, "ME AtJO THE .... .4.- -

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Celebrates 80th Birthday Ollr Df. ruNtoRr
Ilt+l{. Duplicate Bridge Results
It all started back in Appling Carrie enjoys fishing and playingthe %. KiIIN.Ic1ibII: a...Lan I'IraIIIri5
Listed below the results of the
County, GA on Jan. 12, 1907. Carrie piano and is almost an expert at are Fit Wes'
Teresa Jones, now Carrie Jones both. Her dedication to serving God Jan. 13 duplicate bridge game: L Lucile Cram asd loCarjprie
Williams, made her entrance into and her church has won her the love In 1900, the legal age for marriage In nearly half the state wa fourteenfor North and South: Thomson
the world and life has treated her and respect from her fellow church males twelve for females. 1. Milt, and Jackie Starnes 2.Jem JOB!Dick Tprtrfm
well since then. In 1925 she married members and the local community. .
Lemuel Seller Williams who later Mama Williams is an active
became ordained in The Church of member of the Starke Church of God
God in Georgia.In which paid her a special tribute in Arts & Crafts Luncheon Held At Woman's ClubAn I IRon
1948 the Williams relocated to their morning worship service Jan.
Starke where Rev. Williams 11. She was recognized as the former arts & crafts show, under the flowers interspersed with green ivy,
ministered to the local Church of pastor's wife. Testimonies from two direction of Freda Judd, chairman, made by Pattie Connelly. After the
God for twenty years. Rev. longtime friends and her life's profile was the main feature of the regular meal and short business session, the DenmarkI
Williams died 1968 leaving Carrie were presented.Her monthly luncheon meeting of the meeting was adjourned so that all
with five children: Lemuel James, children hosted a buffet lunchin Woman's Club held Jan 14. members and guests could view the I
Roger Sue Winkler all of Starke) the church fellowship hall where In oil blue ribbons exhibits.A door prize made by Betty Insurance 964-7071 i iI
and Jean Martin of Jacksonville.She approximately fifty relatives and palntingSI and Young was won by Freda Judd. I
is now the grandmother of friends joined her for this special Freda Judd. In basket ma Jennings weaving,first 2117 N. Temple (US 301 North)-Starke j i
of event. In the afternoon, the church I
twelve and great-grandmother
winner Roberts T. H. Rahn
place 'was'Nancy' Mrs. was reinstatedand
and two and family presented her with an
six. She has two brothers BOth birthday party. with first place going to Pattie Con Mrs.Jan Powell was voted in as AUTO CEFLif
sisters. in the member. Mrs. W. T. Jackson
nelly crocheting. Judging new ,
Though small in size and short in
show was local artist Janice Nortonof Sr.,and Mrs. Myrtle Jones Bowman
Carrie, stature Mama Williams is a lady
After Rev.Williams death,
Norton TeleCom of
System, Cheryl were guests day.
community strong as a giant in her faith and in-
now known by most of the Godwin,recreation director and Rod
the fluence. Carrie one of her
as Mama Williams, went into says Buchele of the local Florida
beauty business for a brief time.She favorite songs is "Give of your Bestto Extension Service.
Cooperative -
later was employed with the Belk the Master" and that is exactly
Lindsey store in Gainesville Fla. what she has done for fifty-eight of In keeping with the program for ,
her eighty vears. the day, each table was centered
!Mama Williams 80th birthday..a with a vase of lovely little cloth 1L
& ]Praise Ministries
I special occasion for a special lady. j a

JI Located 1V4 Miles South of Starke on Ih'Y. 301 J

Florida Players I

Open 2nd Half
Of Theatre SeasonThe (Full Gospel Word Church)

"BIG 10"Count
excitement of theatre con-
tinues as the Florida Players open
the second half of their 1986-87 Bring all the sick and Growing Youth Ministry
season January 30 with Scenes and
Revelations, a drama by Elan ( 'em...) oppressed for healing! Intercessory Prayer

Garonzik. Bible preaching and Sunday School ,
Directed by Dr.David Shelton,the I
play is set in 1894 at the height ofAmerica's Shrimp teaching Home Missions and i

portrays the westward lives of movement.four Pennsylvania It Dynamic praise & worship Evangelism II I IChildren's

sisters who decided not to Church !
move west,but opted for England in- Dinner I
stead. (ages 4 to 12))

WFMT of Chicago calls ft..."A
deeply human play...a rocket to the
Fresh cole slaw .Natural-cut
moon of imagination" Chicago Sun
Times-"Humanly full..glimmerswith french fries "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today,

revelation". Two hush ,....

The cast includes Meenakski Ad- puppies i. r.. Lemon and forever." Hebrews 13:8

vani as Rebecca Kim Dupuis as wedge
Charlotte, Cynthia Pierson as Millie
and Rachel Tench as Helena. 4a
r What He's Done For Others, He'll Do For You! *
Scenic design is created by Dennis
C. Maulden. with Gweneth West /n A % R
designing costumes and Ronald A. .; .s I
Shaw designing the lights.

Scene and Revelations runs

January 30-31 and February 27. Sunday School . 9:30 am Intercessory Prayer 7:33 pm
Showtime is 8:15 p.m. Tickets are
free for University of Florida Morning Worship 10:30 am Thursday
students with a validated fee card.
The cost for the general public is$5. Ten delicious ?/ '"g4 Cocktail sauce Evening Worship . 7:00 pm Midweek Prayer

For reservations and further information hand-breaded Meeting . . . 7:39 pin
call the Constans Theatre
Box Office on the University of fried shrimp $3.69
Florida Campus at 392-1653. i

SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY For Prayer or Counseling Call 964-4496 or 964-5733

Awards & AUYoitCanEatCounbyStyle
Day ,or NightA
Fish Dinner $3.99Dining

Recognition..._ Room Service Only
family church that ministers to the whole man, spirit, soul,

Reddish Receives Award MONDAY & TUESDAYBiteSize and body, and is helping reach the world for Christ.

Liberty National Insurance Company Shrimp Dinners .
selected Sylvia P. Reddish a
native of Starke as honor Agent of Two Complete Dinners for $4.99Captain Pastor: Richard G. Norman
the Quarter for the Gainesville .
District. The award is given each

1. quarter performance in recognition and superior of service top sales to Children's Pastor: Stewart Z. Duncan (""' -7181) ..

policy owners. D& "
. Ms. Reddish has been with Liberty
National since February 28, 1983. Youth Director: Roger D. Bennett ((964-5255) ,- .
Liberty National Life Is a part of
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Pallel" I.FnR"p" January 22.1087

Church News l I Engagements I

Bradford Baptist WelcomesNew St. Edwards Group Pomalua L. Havener.
Respite Program.On "
PastorThe Richard W. Hall Jr. i

Thursday Jan. 15, a Respite Plan February WeddingMs. ; t
members of Bradford Baptist missionaries as they ministered to Training workshop was held at
Church recently extended a hearty remote Indian tribes. Later he attended Gainesville's Holy Faith Catholic Lawrie E. Darling of ; r, "
welcome to their new pastor, seminary school at social hall. Father Flannan Walsh Jacksonville announces the engagement -
Stockton "Skipper" Smith, and his Southwestern Seminary in Ft. delivered the opening prayer. of her daughter Pamalua
wife Judy. Two of Smith's threechildren Worth, TX and Tennessee Temple Lynn Havener to Richard Wayne I
Rusty and Shawn, are at. Seminary in Chattanooga, TN. He The program was sponsored by Hall Jr.of Keystone Heights. Ii
tending college outside the area and pastored churches in Nashville, TN the St. Augustine Diocesan Council The bride-elect graduated from
Heather, a second grader, is attending and Atlanta, GA. of Catholic Women N.C.C.W., and Nathan Bedford Forrest Senior High i
Clay Baptist Christian School. co-sponsored by the Catholic School in Jacksonville. The groom- 4
Born in Tampa, Fla, Pastor Pastor Smith offers a warm Charities Bureau. Also offering sup- elect graduated from Keystone Ai ,
Smith attended college in his earlier welcome to all and invites visitors to port were the Dedicated Alternative Heights Senior High School.
years and then became active in the meet him at the Bradford Baptist Resources for the Elderly the Tile wedding is planned for
family insurance agency. He servedon Church located off S.R. 100 on Griffis Alachua County School Boar The February 7.at 4:00 p_m.at the Com-
the mission field in Surinam, Loop. For more information contact Alachua County Health Coalitionand munity Church. A reception will im- LJ'
South America supporting the jungle Pastor Smith at 964-8179. the Health and Rehabilitative mediately follow the ceremony at 43- I !I
Services. the Women's Club.
All relatives and friends are invited I
Benefit Drive BegunTo St. Johns Mis. Bapt. Leonard Spillane N.ED. Directorof to share this special event with :
Aid King Family the Catholic Charities Bureau the couple. F
Installs Officers gave the welcoming address and introduced :
Through the efforts of First the keynote speaker Jane 1
Presbyterian Church of Starke a Officers of St. Johns Missionary Slaymaker M.A. President of the :ra.ewm : I
clothing drive has been started to Baptist Church in Lawtey were re- Mental Health Association. She ex- !
benefit the family of George & Bon tained/elected Friday night, plained Respite as being an intervalof J.ir- i
nie King of Lawtey who lost January 9Retained. temporal relief in homes. I
everything in a fire last Sunday -- ....... 1It
evening (Jan. 11). Sizes needed are: as pastor Rev. Willie Sister Rebecca Rutkowski Y
Women's sizes 14 & 9; ladies shoes Huffman; retained as clerk Mrs. M.SW.,of the Office of Aging for the Pamalua Havener Richard Hall,Jr.
size 7; boys size 12, 14 & 16; men's Patricia Smith; retained as finan- St. Augustine Diocese told of the I,
shoe size 7 & 9. Any clothing can be cial secretary Mrs. Truelove needs and rewards of Respite as ex-
dropped off at Jones Funeral Homeon Smith; retained as chairman of perienced in Jacksonville since 1982. Connie Andrews to Wed ceremony will take place at the
Nona Street Kim Kazimour, PH.D., a school Brad Russell January 31. Hope Baptist Church in Theressa. A
A fund has been established Deacon Board Bobby Hampton; psychologist spoke on caring for persons reception will follow in the Educational I
through the Fla National Bank. elected treasurer Mrs. Mary with disabilities. Leilani Doty. Connie Andrews and Brad Russellare Building.All .
Contributions will be used to help the Strong; elected reporter Mrs.Nova PH.D., R.N. works with the DARE scheduled to marry Saturday, relatives and friends are in- .
family re-establish a home and con- Bright; elected building committee Program and emphasized the importance January 31, at 5:00 p.m. The vited to attend this occasion.
is needed and greatly of caring and companionship -

appreciate Checks should be members Rev. Willie Felton, Edward skills.
made payable to the King Family Hamilton,Leonard Smith,Jr.;
Susan Rawson B.S. of the
Fund elected trustees Mrs. Mary Ann ,

Student Hosted by Recognition lit MethodistAs Day Clark Hamilton Edward. Hamilton, Irie John Alzheimer's have Bureau,cared introduced disease for in persons victims their homes who of Robert David-. Underhill :- PEe: ::-A-BIIII! I =SEE= YOU I !

Youth Day Services will be and she applauded the help of It
part of a world-wide program January 25 at 11 a.m. volunteers in Respite care.These included Bridget Leave SIIHtI
the First United Methodist Church in Chris Loeder of Alachua and i
Starke honored its college students Captain Wetmore of Gainesville... Skeen Underhill The SWINTEC 8012 lets you see what

and servicemen at a special recep- Gr. Beth. Freewill ChurchTo Announce EngagementMr. you're typing before it!
tion held on December 28, 1986. Irene Barnhart of Gainesville,
Laurie Mullins,Chairman of Cam Host AnniversaryMembers who previously had Respite Train- t Mrs. R. V. Durrance of
pus Ministry, was in charge of the ing in Jacksonville, told of the per Hampton Lake announce the
morning reception. Participating in of the Bethlehem sonal benefits of helping others and engagement of their daughter.
the service were Lex Green who Freewill Baptist Church will encouraged participation in the pro Bridget Leann Skeen to Robert
the reading with celebrate their 39th anniversary this gram. David Underhill, son of Mr. & Mrs. ter
gave responsive
week. Festivities will Thurs-
Denise Adams reading the selected begin Robert C. Underhill of Starke.
scripture and Vickie Carver delivering day night with Youth Choir followed Attending the workshop and luncheon The bride-elect graduated from
the by Young Adults meeting on Friday from St. Edward's Parish Bradford High School in 1986 and is $649
Ushers message.in the event were Kandice night and Senior Choir on Saturday were Betty Dazinski, Kitty Chism. presently employed at Shands
Stroud,Donna Thornton,John David night. A special dinner on the ground Wilmajean Terry Ruth Meng. Hospital in Gainesville.The I
Francis and Thomas Johnson. Lisa will take place Sunday. Sophie Kimutis Josephine Cumber groom-elect graduated from
Kelly was the performing organist Pauline Oeschger,Toni Coss Jennie Bradford High School in 1982 and is
with Jennifer Johns and Allison Denmark The church invites guests to come Shaeffer, Dorothy Rife Kay presently employed at Florida State
the official Kelli worship with them, eat with them, Richards Mary Humphries and Prison in Starke.
as greeters.
Carver was responsible for name and grow with them.Special Dolores Meng.School. The wedding is planned for July ,

tags. 25.

ArrivalAlan .
Bradford High School
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Patrick: TuckerMr. Menus fnnl crap.hoi roU.m:4Tuesday :. ((20 characters) Center, Return, Decimal, Tab, .
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Jacksonville proudly announce the Jan.26-Jan.30 malk.
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Melanie Ponder HonoredAt January 15, 1987 in Memorial flrdry: PIaa of., ......sated, buttered milk cora, Cabinet Line Print I
Medical Center in Jacksonville.Alan fruit pea_11I_ I
Bridal Shower weighed 7 Ibs., 14 ozs., and was Friday:Maaafef'a CboKC Day Up to 5 line Character Correction Stencil Capability and Blind Typing t j

Melanie A. Ponder future brideof 20 inches long.Maternal Memory(or 200 characters) ,? for testing' .. ... '
Jim Devel was honored at a grandparents grand- AlaCarteMaley .
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bridal shower Jan 19. Darlene Norman parents are Mr. & Mrs. James Caradog. Quality Printer swintez"CORPORATION
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Williams of Milan, TN. Maternal Monday hooey.aandwich: Beef.veable saltine packs. peanut.miftiTanday .butter* ...........frracb. Inn.plea. orange juice : ,
of Starke, hosted the shower great-grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. : Barbecue beef on buy buttered 101II'II"lrult TW d>jr: reach. Ins.
for Melanie. Fred Williams and Mrs. Elizabeth into,cookie,milk mtttlitlu.armBff fuceimmlutf
Many games were Wednesday. Chill cheese lout, ...1"cab- Mcdaraaay: Caradoga. orange Juice, him
played and prizes won. King.Paternal. bage slaw fruit cup milk ourgera..grim.nock Inez,nulkihaka.l .
grandparents are Mr. & Thursday:Beef-a-rani,cheee tun,toaeed salad, rasa arma...y...:.Hamburger....k_.lifM.ll s.eaedope.sugelma fneaPrttaj SHOP
Mrs. Neil L. Tucker of Starke. apple crop,hot rolls, milkFnIday1M"mger's 110 W. Call St.
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The honoree is the daughter of Paternal great-grandmother is Mrs. Choice Day
Bradford Middle School students have choice 'Each day Undent ban a choice of a.hoi lunch, 964-5764
Elton and
Linda Ward of Starke,and Howard Tucker of Keystone .
of a hot lunch or a salad bar. salad bar. they may punchaae a-la-carte
Jim Poncier of Avon Park, Florida. Heights.

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Bradford Middle School News '.

BMS Jr. Beta Qub Inducts New NATIONAL AIM

Members in Special Ceremony 1, JUNIOR :

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Thirty-seven students were inducted Refreshments were served during John Robbins David Spell Lori
into the Jr. Beta Club in the program.New Starling.SI'JIbba iana..
December 8 ceremonies at Bradford inductees are: BMS Beta Club officers are President rY
Middle School. Seventh grade: Stephanie Agio. Josh Crawford. Vice-president .
New members participated in a Josh Bula Kim Busby Jeremy Jill Williams. Secretary Danika Ii F
special candle lighting ceremony Crawford, Phillip Crawford. Janice Richardson Treasurer Holly
before a standing room only crowd Davie. Jeanette Fairfield Sophia Ilersey.
in the BMS cafeteria. Club officers Fanton.Andrea Ilewett.Deana Holi- Returning members of the Jr.
led the program by introducing day, Josh Lewis. Amanda Loper Beta Cub are Ashley AIda,.. Region
returning members and new in Michael McKinney Emily Nugent. Bass. Carmen Barber Christina
ductees. Leigh Ann Odom. Larry Pamsh, Bath. Michael Becker Shoe Blom.
Rebecca Phillips.Jennifer Richardson Brian Canova. Karen Coleman
Each new member was presentedwith Jane Stanwix-Hay. Kelly Dede Cox. Josh Crawford. Brad
a certificate and National Beta Stewart. Chris Thompson. Dax Ur- Hamilton Holly Mersey Blame Mc
Club pin by the principal Dr. John rutia. Brenda Williams Richard Chesney, Shares Myers. Angel
Mazzella. Wolf. Nichols Dankia Richardson
Eighth grade: Jennifer Bennett. Kimberly Ross Maria Scott
The students lit their candles froma Christine Combs. Latara Jackson. Danielle Smith Kevin Snow Carla
center candle to signify the new Amy Jones, Sharon Josey. Jennifer Stephens Tushina Vanzant. Jill '
membership. Kight Tiffany King Alpesh Patel. Williams. : 3.
lie r Ir T" t 4 4d

I 13 Students Earn Top Honors k t 1 t

Thirteen Bradford Middle School Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay of Mosley. Deborah Nichols. Afeesn M
students or 1.6 percent of the810member Hampton Oaks. Patel., Kim Ross. Nathaniel Smith \
student body, earned Brenda Williams daughter of Mr. Kevin Snow. David Spell. Diane
straight-A's for the second six-weeks and Mrs. Charles R. Williams of Starling. Lori Starling. Carla
grading period which ended Nov. 18. Starke. Stephens. Michael Stoneman.
Another 86 BMS students, or 10.4 Tushina Vanzant. Clarence
percent of the 810-member student Sixth Grade: Williams.
body, earned all A's and B's for a Jason Canova.son of Mr. and Mrs. dk
place on the A-B honor roll. David Canova of Kingsley Lake. Seventh Grade: Stephanie
Straight-A students are, by grade: Holly Hatcher daughter of Mrs.Gloria Agin. Kenya Atkins. Kim Busby.
Revels of Starke and Harry Misty Crawford Shannon Elliot
Eighth grade: Hatcher of Starke. Beau Ely Sophia Fanton. :Melissa
Brian Canova son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Lee son of Mr. and Mrs. Gros.Mark Harden Andrea llewett.
David Canova of Kingsley Lake. Robert Lee of Starke. Sean Jones Eddie Lewis. Amanda
Jennifer Kight, daughter of Mr. Heather Safer daughter of Mr. Loper. Michael: )lcK nDrl'. CbnstaModesitt.
and Mrs. John Kight of Starke. and Mrs. Sheldon Safer of Starke. .Emily Nugent.Larry Par-
Sharea Myers daughter of Mr. Janna Thornton daughter of Mr. rish. Pam Patterson Rebecca
and Mrs. Billy Sanford of Starke. and Mrs. Donnie Thornton of Phillips Emory Prevail. TashaPowell.
Christine Nazworth, daughter of Kingsley Lake. Jennifer Richardson.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nazworth of Kristen Sapp. Cons Sooty Kelley Beta Club Inductions...
Starke. Stewart.April Taylor Cbns Thomp a'
Danika Richardson, daughter of The 85 students on the A-B honor son. Richard Wolf. The BMS: Jr. Beta Club hrH its an- r r ',i. tie 1 1
anal Imdmtt'mt Ceremony on :Mon I II ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richardson of roll are. by grade: ti v ta
Starke. Sixth Grade: Cynthia Agin. day. December 8. I9HC.! New
Andy Smith son of Mr. and Mrs. Eighth Grade: Kristi Ball. Angela Baa -. Emily Bradford member participated in a special I
David Smith of Starke. Regina Bass. Christina Bath Shena Burges Ken Crafton. candle tight ceremony. heM in theBLS I m aSSMm
Danielle Smith daughter of Mr. Michael Becker Jennifer Bennett. Jonathan Ferguson Jennifer cafeteria. Club .Uicer..lf'd theprogram I
and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. Shanae Blom, Missy Bosier Glis&on.. Aoue Griff is.Jeffery Johns. by introducing returning
Dawnya Burns. Karen Coleman Vincent Johnson. Stephen McLeod. members and new inductee Each
Seventh Grade: Christi Combs Robert Cowie. Cynthia Marie McKinney: Cbarnelle new member was presented a certificate -
Janice Davie daughter of Mr. and Cox. Josh Crawford Brad McPberson.: Christy Milton and National Jr. Beta Club LyJ
Mrs. Richard Davis of Starke. Hamilton Shannon Hicks. Jay Latanya Mitchell Stephen Murphy. pill by BMS principal Dr. John r P 'a
Deana Holiday daughter of Mr. Hodge Jason Howard Amy Jones. James Parade John Rjppfinger MairlLi. The students lit their candle -
and Mrs. George Holiday of Starke. Sharon Josey, Tiffany King. Blame Vera Smith. Caryn Taylor. Calvin fern a center candle: to signify
Jane Stanwix-Hay. daughter( of McChesney. James McCourt. Lisa Walker.Juantana Williams. their new membership. Pictured

abase H new member Jane Slanwixllay. -

participating in this special ,, _
crremomy.Refreshments were served it -.t u
I Mbming the program. The new
Computerized Library Now Available members"are":Josh. Bula. :Misty

... ., Cra..Jnemy Crawford Phillip aNew
Crawford. Janice Davie. Jeanette
by Bess Abdulla for patrons and books into the com tog inventory of library holdings Fairfield
This fall the Bradford Middle puter and affixed barcodes to all and reserving books which are
School library opened the 1986-87 11.000 library books! checked them. out for patrons who need

with the first computerized circulation
system in the Bradford County Students faculty and staff may The help of many students
school system. now check out books via the computer parents and the community as a
and check to determine hicbbooks whole is greatly appreciated m the
Media specialist, Bess AbduIIa are checked out. which are securing of computer hardware and
software for the circulation sIftD.as .
and media Sue
aide Wilkerson
along with an able and dedicated overdue and which are owned by all of the money nearly I3jM -. ---. ----- --- ---- --
the library. The system will be a was earned through a fund-ratMng B.M.S.; Sign...
group of parent volunteers, have tremendous help to the library staff project during the Ufl tS115 school
entered the necessary information also, in preparing overdue lists tak- year. The Student a sign that has been placed in the informed about upcoming school
front of the school's entrance. The events.
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.wv y .. -R- Most Outstanding, Most Improved...

Students of the Month... is Stressed. The RMS: Guidance Derailment each six-weeks sponsors a program
School Safety .. tilled Most; Outstanding/Most; Improved Student" for each grade level.

Each month the grade level teachers selects an outstanding student Dr.John Mazetta. BMS principal was the instructor for school safely For the second siY-ueeks the students are:
based on achievement and citizenship. For the mouth of November the during the rant we***f iemher.Above Dr.:MaieUa addresses the 8lh Eight grade: David Spell.
following students were selected: Vera Smith-Sib grade; Andre Hail.7th grade daM of Ms.talky Stralh. Seventh KrarieMane Stanwlx-Ilay.
grade; Liza Mosley -8th grade. Each student received certificate frmOr. Dr.MazelU diseased the rules of schMl safety and their importance to sixth Grade: Heather Safer ,
John Mazella. principal and a coupon: from Pizza Hut l-rl: Lisa the well being *f........ Shown with the student is Guidance ('ounsrlorIelba; Johnson.
Mosley Andre Hall Vera Smith.

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--uu A Little Extra...

Jamie Redding fife grade, gets _
Library Assistants... MM ettn help trom> Assistant
The Bradford Middle School library student ai.lstaati. pictured herew Principal Rich EucB.
1th ;Mrs. Ilkerton., media aide and Mrs.AbduIIa.media specialist,are Every m ruug before srbul. BMS Brains..
each period of the school day to assist students andracbers in students desiring help with
on the job Straight A students for the second sU weeks were Canova. Byron 1.cc.C'hrlssy Naiworth.
checking out books locating materials for recreational reading and ... _.rh may come the
and student UiBitjI.n tint: Back row. Jane Manwht"' -lIayDanlelle Smith.Deana
research, and assisting with all the"behind lbs scenes" pro cafeteria
jects. and slat memhers are avaOaMe fur Fbsfeo.-&endaWilliams. Holly Hatcher. Heather Holidayllrlan Canova.Janke Davie.and JenniferJanuary
assistance. Sa'_. Danika Richardson. KIICht.
:Middle rowAndy Smith Janna Thornton. ..1..011t

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Tornado Five Pass hv Santa Fe Raiders 6O2, .

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Playing .relatively error free hit nothing but: net as he shot two, Diggs attacked' basket at Santa Nine Tornadoes played. Diggs WtI'- Coach Godwin was also pleased

basketball, hitting 48 percent from technical free throws all by himselfon Fe throughout the game. BUS fed game high with 18 points, and 8 Pl *i Ub the play of Charles Russell who
the I field and making timely free one end of the course, quieting the Diggs off a steal near the end and the bounds. Blye had 10 points and $ HaS been coming off the bench and

throws to protect a lead nt the end, howling Santa Fe fans. Brown made BHS center dunked the ball with two assists, and Malachi Jenkins ehl 1 Helping the team. Russell turned a

the Tornado live t went 60( .52 by Santa two liec throws when Santa Fe had Santa Fe defenders under him, The Charles Russell each added 8 point*. good defensive performance and hit

F* last Friday night/: Jnn '16. cut the lead to six points in the fourth officials called a two-shot technicalfoul Ron Brown added four points an.4 S> Some/ timely baskets, Spencer Smith

BUS took the rod barn at Santa Fc period. Santa Fe purposefully fouled on Santa Fe, and Diggs rebounds, and made his preset l! also/ played a solid game and hit for
ball handler Eugene Blye and he hudcHwi both shots. nnrt n !'"til on known inside. Civ* points, the coach noted
by storm jumping off an 11-4 early calmly bucketed: two charity shots Diggs for hanging onto the basket B/"4lo,4 I* II 10 It <0SSMtM
first period advantage The lead It was a big confidence builder fat
near the (end! 41 .0.2
I went as high as 15 points, and got BISnsabcataSanta) Fe after the dunk. BHS fans hooted and the BHS five, said Coach Godwirt, .rWtora(4( ).drawn 0-J Digs f.4/4.II, Jenkins
down to six points at the end. Ron the entire but trap used Coach Jay Godwin protested, but the BHS hud thrown scares into Oc_]t\ d 0.A .,ly_1-4/4.10, Norman i-o/l-4, Berry 104,
Brown and Pal game applied with official didn't change his decision. Wlev" -l/M, Smith 1-1/1I, Russell 401f .
Eugene Blye Diggs
more pressure at the end Rodney "It's difficult MMS 2"UII"e\I.
to protect leads like Vanguard and Gainesville Eastside
.! made pressure free throws near the Mosley, )Harold Chandler Rob Norman that" said Coach Godwin after the before Mon F. (151)). Robinson I.o i, ci(.pp.rd.0.1/2.1.
through with thbir
end of the game to protect the lend John Blye coming fh.1 Munn 8-0/2'11. pen Buckner I 0/11. One
Digg mad two solid I lice throw that/ Bony fed 6.6 game, the second BUS win this win. Diggs' hustle and hunger for(jig 1'0/>.1, Aicnenbrenner 4.011-1. Forretter 11/3,
Pat Diggs inside for easy layups season BUS is 2.8. Santa Fe was 4.4. basket also pleased the coach. JOnhins 1.H. To'.IIIS'2113'S2.

ItrrsV BHS Girls Varsity Makes it Two in a Row .


'tA BUS girl babketballers have won the first half Coach Slater put Angel team last week, came oil the bebeh Mosley scored 20 points pulled
MqM ,
two in a row this week, beating Santa Spell on the side Burns played on the in the first half and played gtJBOd down 11 rebounds and dished out

Fe 411.:14 here Tuesday night, Jan rest of the game. Burns scored 9 basketball. Musson kept her opponent eight assists Felicia Davis added 14

20, and( going easily by Interlachen points in the second half four of from going to the basketball, points and 7 rebounds Ann Starling
11.:1:1(; : : List' Ihursday' them after it didn't matter Spell dida and Kenclra Butler each had 5 re-

good job defensively. The BHS bench is ( founds.
'II.. was our biggest win of the really helptCg/ '
year Saul Fe has the quality of Felcia Davis was the leading us, with Kennedy and Musson really) Interlachen then 1.7, was led by

team that.. if we weren't careful scorer with 16 points and the leading doing the job in relief Sebelle The Bowman with 17 points.
win evened
could: UNI! us We played the kind of rebounder with 18, including 8 offensive .f dlad' n II I 14. .455.nt.1e the BHS seasonrecord
mental' game we needed to play rebounds. Davis also had six 4 It 7 t ik at 6.6.
redlord (4l( )Motley 4-I t, Spell I 0-4, DevilS .
said 'oat'hJohn Slater! steals. BHS had 15 steals and 15 turnovers 1 14, Ann starling I 02. Butler 104, K.MlqV
keeping them balanced 411. Totals" n.1.41tmnta 'odlo'd 12 14 10 22. M
I* ((34)).Frsiler 104 Burns Sill\ Inlerlethvn I 10 4 11. 3}
BUS has. been playing well olfcnMvely
BItS shot 46 23 for 49 most. .
percent .
Mcoulre ) 0 4, Jennings 4.1"I Totals' ill M. dlord (tl) Motley 0 4 10, Davis 7.0-14. Spell
but have had to work on ly from the outside and working the <'0'10, Tlerney S 0.10, Starllni 3 0"e. Butler lot,
4 dclensc. the coach points out ball inside ft'tllo Ill Tolalf' 1 11-4.4*.
s ni.tlmli.o, (177.( ) Bowman I I.17, sates lot,
BUS 68 Interlachen 33 rlorlon 104 OeOra1220.4, Rene 1.02. Totals' ,
We've been sconng We just Beverly Mosley averaging 18 14.I.il. .
haven t played the kind ol defensewe points scored only three in the first The Bradford girls ran off 16

need to play. that Improved three quarters. The rest picked up unanswered points in the second '-
rl against/: Santa Fe," says Coach John the points. Janet Kennedy returned, third quarters and went onto a 6t( <33 Tonight (Thursday Jan. 22)) BUS

Slater and came off the bench to score nine win Interlachen High last Thu/s- goes to Keystone Heights. The .Indians

J points mostly from the outside. day night, Jan. 15. are ranked number one In the
BUS{ ,started two subs and the
State. BHS lost
I by three 28-25 in the
Performers. IBIS 48- Santa Ft' 31 Kennedy has an excellent outside team was playing pretty well, bat> BHS gym to KHS
Top ..
shot the score was tied 16-16 as the f\\(1\;
Diggs Attacks.. Felicia Davis above, scored 16 'If we didn't play well they could Kendra Butler played defensively) half neared Then Beverly Moaey)
Friday Jan. 23 BHS to !Mid-
beat goes
Pal Diggs attacked the basket for points had l IK rebounds and 6 steals us. I was apprehensive about about every position some guard, took over, scoring two free thrwIJ( djeburg.
IK point and 8 rebounds in the Santa to lead the girl b.iskrtb.illcis in the this game They gave us some problems forward and a little center. Butler and four straight fast break baskets

ft win. Santa Fe win. but we" were able to adjustour ended up with 6 points and 5 rebounds to give BI IS an eight point, 26-18, Advantage Next Tuesday, Jan. 27, BUS Is

Dig had 38 point, 20 rebounds Bf\'er>' :Musk1}' scored! 37 points, and I* blocks in two games last had 25 rebounds, and 1H assists IntO Sante Fe's V Burns scored 10 steals "She did a real good job for In tin; second half BHS opened Up the next to List home game. BUS lost
week. games last week points, eight in (he-second quarter, us," Coach Slater said. with a trapping defense and rolledoff )\ to GIIS by 19 over there. BUS hustled
and kept' SmM 'Fi in (he ballgame in Carrie Musoon who just joined! the eight more.: unanswered poinlg! Hard but just didn't play well

t Tornado Wrestlers Lock it Up With Two Highly: Regarded Opponents "

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seconds. "We wrestled them a pretty good Lake Weir Match: 111 LltenBoe.. pits pinned Irwin, LW, 4'4?
Bradford High wrestlers tied when BHS goes to Clay High for a 2 Unlimited double' '.,'.It. match. Almost all of us wrestled a M Lock tw pinned Trickle' BHS In S'II'' IOS' Russell BHf decisions-, French LW.11.
Ocala Vanguard and Lake Weir in p.m. assembly match. BUS, Lake Weir Tie perfect match," says Coach Tew. 101- Anderson LW won by lorl.lt Ill- Carver, BH9. decliloned. Brown I),0.
the week and 112. Oren, BHS decisional McDonald ply, lorPrldfleon. LW,won by forfeit.
past are working pretty that's about what it would .
Lake Weir beat BHS the first time, "We knew to. lit- List LW decllloned Itlllwall, BHS S 0.
well says Coach David Tew. BITS Vanguard Tie but the Tornado wrestlers tied Hur take." If BHS could have gotten one lit Matter, LW declsloned Hanksrsoerata 220- Williams, LW won by forfeit
Lake Weir is one of the better Brad Green, Chuck Coburn Mike ricanes 33.33 even though BHS more point.. the coach notes but 114Coourn, BHS,won a decision over tm"f Heavy weight( Schaefer, 555, pinned Yopp
teams in the state. BHS actually Elder and Mike Stillwell all scored forfeited 24 points said the BHS effort was very good.IN ly. LW 172.. MoUnlimited
wrestled better against Lake Weir falls in Tuesday's match at Ocala 111- elder' BHS, and Slrolt, LW tied t'f, double 'forfeit

than against Vanguard. "We just gota Vanguard.

little lucky against Vanguard," the fl dotlbl. 1..It.
coach says 105 Jonnson OV pinned Trlckl. BHS 4.21 BHS JV Girl's Squad Rolling with Two WinsThe
Brad Green is still undefeated at10O. 112. Orson BHS won by technical tall over
Kopllash, OV, 11-0 ...
Chuck Coburn is 9-1, his only '-"
II* double torlMI
loss to real wrestler from girls basketballbeat was a nip and tuck battle on the 70.1. Wend Bryant 3)11 Evette CovlngtonJ
a tough 12* Cuburn BHS won by '.chnlc.I'.1I, over junior varsity left when a Santa Fe girl got i> rev ,
Flagler Palm Coast.Upcoming. Olllyard, ov, II I. Interlachen 50-37and( took 37.34 Bradford High court Tuesday night, bound back into the BHS basket fops 1'i Totals. 14.e 37.San' .
/ T. Garrison 1 14. C. MdclleltTO
131 112 Cider' BHS. pinned, Smith. OV 3:0J.: in I he pusweek's action Jan 20, neither team able to put the 36.34 BUS lead Then Rhonda BryUnt i. T. Jackton((34)) 0.1.1 C. Perry 20., N. Shepp .

... I /, ,johnunlAV Llienbee( BHS, declsloned won by lorl.n!!'ssl1t42. <-?.\-...:TI"ri! ) points agdigpLInlerlachen game away until the end got a free throw with 38 seconds )ejff .rd 1.1 3, U. Lowry.. 311. Totals 14 t 34.
Baker High comes to Stark. this IM RoaftQCov, declslaaed "" .....4-1. '''", *iw-.a. season higllll'Mll. The two BHS.wasrled. by Anne Taylor and to ice the win. (,.dloid 4' 19 10 MIffiarlwet
Friday Jan. 23. for a 7 p.m. match, 147 Stringer OV. won by forfeit TOuT< 'tniproVc) the "aVfeirls' to 7.5 RhondaBryant with-11 points each-. .. ;** ..,. h. ..7. .t )e.,37 ,. .
>n- itniwell, BHS pinned Richardson 4.40. record Evette Covington had 12 reboundsand roeloiil 4 10 t I 1I > I..df..d((40))' Dana Norman 7 0 14.Ann.Taylortill
the only action of the coming week. 210- Rivera, OV won by lorl.lt tonl.F. 7 4 II %_ lA Arktva Williams 30t, Shanda Woods
The next match is Friday Jan. 30, HeavyweightLane' OV. pinned Schaefer SI added five points. roilfoid ((37)) Dana Norman Oil Ann fHor- )04, Rhonda Bryant 111 Stephanie Garnet
The 37.34 win against Santa Fe The score was tied 34.34 with 1:35 -H', Victoria Williams I.0-1, Arkeva Wllm| | .1.1., Ivettt Covlngton 401. Totals 11 4 M

Legal NoticesIN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA THE CIRCUIT COURT. IN AND The City of Storks Commilfill/ The City of Stnrk4 Community

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Development Office will accept bl.\ 'of Development Office will accept bid. for
CASE NO.I 86.408.CAIN File Number 86.88CPDivl.lon CASE NO.: 86-275-CA the rehabilitation of a dwelling unlf of the rehabilitation of a dwelling unit as

THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH RE: Th. Marriage of 3774 I DIVISION: follows! follows
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Husband NELLE B. HARRIS HARLEY Plaintiff, Place of Bid: Grant Office, 10* E. Loll\> Place of Bid: Grant Office 101 E. Call
CASE NO.: 87.$.CAIN and D.c.os.dNOTICE 10.. Street Stark "tre.t. Stark
HE: Th. adoption of BLANCHE BATES OF ADMINISTRATION CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE and JUDY Tim. of Bid: 10:00 a..... Tim ol Bidi 10:00 aim" .
KIMBERLY DIANE MICHAELS Wife Tho administration of th. state of R. KNIPE his' wife.Defendant Location of Unit 909 Crosby StV.t< Location of Unit: 711 E. Browntoo/

NOTICE OF ACTION: NELLE B. HARRIS HARLEY d.c.osd. Fllsi *. Starke Street, Stark'
minor.NOTICE OF ACTIONTO CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: NO PROPERTYTO Number 8488.CP. I. ponding In tho Circuit NOTICE OF SALE Owner of Unit: Pamela GriffinA Owner of Unit: Ml. Cora Allan
: PATRICK GEORGE MICHAELS, JR. : JERRY BATESRESIDENCE Court for BRADFORD County Notice I I. hereby given that pursuantto copy of the work. write-up cot) b/ A copy of the work writ*.up can ba
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN UNKNOWNYOU Florida, Probate Division, th. address of an order of a final (udgment of obtained from the Grant office, 10* ,. obtained from the Grant office 101 E.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for ARE NOTIFIED that an action for which Is BRADFORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE foreclosure entered In the above cap Call Street along with a copy of the "Csl* Coll Street along with copy of the Bade
the adoption of a minor child has ban dissolution of marriage has b..n filed NORTH TEMPLE AVE.. STARKE, tloned action I will ell the property Technical Specifications/Property $.ttn/ Technical Specifications/Property Standards
and Fl 32091 Th. and situated In Bradford County Florida dords. Grant Office hour Grant Off lea hours 8 12
filed end yaw are required lo serve a against you you are required to names addresses of are 1 .m I,1 ore a.m. -
copy of your written defense, if any on ..'v. a copy of your written defenses, Ifany the personal representative and the personal described asi noon and I p.m. 5 p.m., Mo\lI.i noon and 1 p.m. t p.m., Monday
Johnny R. Hobbs J,.. petitioner attorney. to It on Eug.n. F. Show, Wife'a attorney representative attorney are set Lot 9. Block I. PINEHAVEN. according through Friday Bid must be .u".J' through Friday. Bids must ba submittedIn
who.. add,... I I. P.O. Drawer who. odd,... Is 925.E NorthTemple forth below. to plat thereof In Plat Book 2. Page 65. In sealed envelope sealed envelopes.In .
n*. S'.,... Florida 32091 on or before Av.nu., Starke, Florida 32091 Interested persons are required to public record of Bradford County In order to be eligible to bid the t1' order to ba eligible to bid the Can-
February 24. 1917 and file the original on or ....0'. February 12, 1987 and fit. file with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS Florida; tractor must meet the Contractor .ft/ tractor mutt meet the Contractor Standard -
with the clerk of th!* court either befor* th* original with th* clerk of this court OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS at public sale to th. highest and best lard set forth by the City of Starkq lor sat forth by the City of Sto,.. far

**rvfce> on petitioners attorney or Immediately either befor service on Wife attorney NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate bidder for cash at the front entrance of licensing purposes and must hold 4Vr licensing purpose and mutt hold current
thereafter: otherwise a or Immediately thereafter: otherwise a and ((2)) any objection by an Interested the Bradford County Courthouse In rent Clly Contractor' license. City Contractors license.
default will ... entered against you forth default will be ntred against you forth person on whom this notice was served 510'..., Florida between 11:00 a.m. and For further Information cotlfliiott Far further Information contact
relief demanded lit the petition. relief demanded In the petition. that challenges the validity of the will 2:00 p.m on March 2. 1917. Charles Jackson or Jim Da|i...r< Charlet: Jackson or Jim Dasher,

WITNESS my hood and th. seal of this DATED on this 6 January 1987.GILGERTS. the qualification of the personal GILBERT S. BROWN "4.I9 2. 44-B902..

court on this 13th day January, 1967.GI1BERTS. BROWNA. representative, v.nu., or jurisdiction of Clerk of the Circuit Court _1/221thjl l 1/22ltchg 1
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Clerk. of the CourtBY the court. BYl Beulah Moody
BROWN CLERK ,K -------
8Y: Linda L. PearceDeputy
The City ef Starke CommgpilpDev.lopm.nt
Office will blj
accept lot
1/1S4tchg 2/5 1/29 Publication of this Notice' has begunon the rehabilitation of a dwelling unl a*, REGISTER
----- January 15, 1987.of' follows FICTITIOUS NAME
P.rlonoIR.p.n'.tlv.! NOTICE OF AUCTION of Bid Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
INVITATION TO BID IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH I'AULMAY NOTICE I.I hereby given that on Monday Oat : 1.21.57Place Statutes, notice It hereby given that Ih."nd..lgn.d. *
Th. City of S..,.. Community of Bid' : Grant Office. 108 I. Call:
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR P.O. Box 153 January 26. 1937 at 10:00 ocleckA.M Dorothy Jones, 118 N.
Off ke will. accept bid for Street, Stork I
Development BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. LAWTEY. FLORIDA 32058 ? the undersigned Gator Walnut St., Stark. Flo., sole owner doing I
of lid
tfie rehabilitation of dwelling unit a* Time 10:00 a.m.
CASE NO.I 86-11-CA Attorney for Personal Representative: Frelghtways, Inc.. will sell at public auction business under the firm name of
follow. : R.V. DURRANCE EUGENE F. SHAW for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jackson location of Unit 731 Pin* 5114.4, Snap Shop Hour Photo 118 N. Walnut "J

Date of Bid: 1-28-87 Plaintiff 92.E NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE villa, Fla., 32205 one 'lot of auto accessories Stark' it, Starke, Fla, Intendi to register sold
Piece of lid: Grant Office, 10* f. Call v.. STARKE. Fl 32091 consigned to Grondprlx Collection Owner. of Unit Hayward Brook fictitious nom. under the aforesaid 7;
Street, Stark ROSA LEE MITCHELL CLYDE HOGAN Telephone! ((904)) 964.5200 Palm Beach Fla; one lot of. A copy of the work write-up e.... bA Volute

Tim of Bid: 10:00 a.m. AND WILLIAM J. HOGAN JR. 1/1S2tchg1/22 receptacle, consigned to Florida Alr: obtained from the Grant office LOS F\ Dated this 19th day of January A.D., ;:
location E. Brownlee Call Street along with a of the%as4 1
of Unit: 1003 Defendant. \ mo'lv.lnc.; lantanna Flu? one lot of copy | 1987 in Bradford County
Str_. S,.... NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK -- sofa, consigned to E. Downs, Singer Technical Specifications/Property V"nvdards. 1/224tpd2/12
Owner of Unit: M*. Corlne ButlerA NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT' Island Fla, to satisfy freight and Grant Office hour are 8 a."',- \\
of th* work. write-up can b. noon and I p.m. 5 p.m., M,,M4a*>
copy this
th* Judgment of Partition.nt.r.d In MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA storage charges, under the provisions of
obtained from th* Grant office, 108 I. case, dated 20 January 1987 that I will JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of through Friday. Bid must ba submt4 NOTICE OF AUCTION
Call Street along with.copy of th* Basic sell to th. highest and best bidder far Court No. (6-300-Clv-J-li Lading In sealed envelopes.In NOTICE It hereby given that on Monday .
Technical Specifications/Property Standard co.h.ln the First Floor Lobby of the Bradford UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4 .. Pro 14.782998 did 11/4/86 order to be eligible to bid the tw:: February 2, 1987 at 10:00: o'clock
*.Grant Off ke hour ar. I ..m. > 12 County Courthouse In Starke, Bradford Plaintiff .',, Pro 01-948425 did 111386Pro. tractor mud meet the Contractor _%l''itdards \ A.An, the undersigned GatorFreightwayt
noon and 1 p.m. 5 p.m., Monday VS.ARCHIBALD. 14. let forth by the City of Stark* fps
County Florida at 11:00 A.M. on 782266 did 10/24/86 Inc., will all at public auc.tlan
Frid.Bids ... submittedIM licensing and must hold
through must th. 4th day of February 1987, th. follow. H. WILLIAMS, and .'. GatorFrelghtways.IncCarrier purposes cull for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson
rent Contractors license
sealed .
envelope* Ing described property a* let forth In the TRACEY S. WILLIAMS his' wife. : 1/15 2tchg 1/22 ville. Fla, 32205 on* lot of Vac
In ardor to b. eligible lo bid the Contractor For further Information coVv t
.,. al
Judgment of Partition to-wlt: ? cleaners and fan consigned to
must meet the Contractor standards Charles Jackson ar Jim Dalpvr, ,
Thirteen ((13)) acres, mar or last In Defendants. Panasonic Miami flo.,to satisfy freight
forth the "891)2.) .
set of Starka for
City th* West part of th* NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of NOTICE OF SALE and storage charges, under the provisions
Kcenem purposes and must hold current Section 27 Township 6 South Rang 22 Notlc. li hereby given that pursuantto NOTICE -- I/221hhB." of Section 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill
Contractor's IIc.n...
CIty East bounded on th* North by land of a Final Judgment entered on Suwannee River Economic Council NOTICI OF INTENTIONTO of lading.
Far further Information contact John Pullen. on th* East by land of Con- D.c.mb.r 22, 1986 by the above entitled Inc., hereby announce Notice of Int.nt.o REGISTER 14.783364 did 11/30/86

.Cherle*...1'02. Jock... or Jim Dasher, way on th* West by land pf Powell- Court In tha above styled cause, the administer the MRS Low-Incanee Families FICTITIOUS NAME 1/22 21chgl/

Smith Company and on th* South by undersigned United State Marshal ar Weatherlsatlan Program In the B county Pursuant to Section65,09, Flo'ld
l/221tchg State Road No. 48 (now State Road 16)) any of hi. duly authorised deputies will SKEC Srvlc Ara, from th* present Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that Mi' *'
DATED this 20th day of January 1987. sell the property situate In Bradford time to end of existing contract. 1.1.I anticipated undersigned E.C. VAUGHN III, I..ta t\ NOTICI OF INTENTIONTO

GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK County Florida described as: that approximately 151,000 will Thompson St., Sta,... Fla. 32091, Poll REGISTER
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO BYl Beulah Moody Lot S.v.n ((7)) Black 14. KEYSTONE b* spont: on weatherliatlan carpentryrepair owner. doing business under the "tlrin FICTITIOUS NAME
REGISTER Deputy Clerk CLUB ESTATES Unit 1. according to plat labor before) 1/29/87 In the B name of Creatlva Cabinet' Works UH *, Pursuant to Section 85.09. Florida
FICTITIOUS NAME 1222tchg129NOTICE thereof ,recorded plat book 3 page 9 of county SRSC Service Area Minimum requirement Thompson St.. Stark, Fla. 3201, ,lr>\ Statutes, notice It hereby given that th*
Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida the public record of Bradford County. ere a letter of reference tend la register Mid fictitious n,'mAunder undersigned, Moo I. Lee Shou-Chlng
Statute nofke Is hereby given that th* Florida from local business person or mlnltter the aforesaid statute. s Trlckel 100 N. Temple Ave., Stark,

..........iv-d. Limmi L. Masey < Daniel OF ELECTION at public outcry to the highest and best proof of a required local licenses,will b* Dated thl. 30 day ef December, ,..". Fla.. Joint owner, doing business under
Harrison fol.,. R,. 4. Box 123 Stark. TOWN OF BROOKE bidder for cash at tha hour el 12.00 ccepted by Suwennee River Economic 198 In Bradford County. th. firm name of Lone Restaurant 800

Flo..32091. joint owner. doing businssunder THE TOWN OF BROOKER will hold o'clock Noon on February 1 I. 1987 at tha Council Inc., 6 certificate of Insurance 1/l4tpJ 1'-3'\ N. Tempi Ave., Stark, Fla., Intends I*

the firm name of Th* Slob Rt. 4. general election for th* following office front door entrance of the Bradford hawing comprehensive liability Inurence ..,........ register.(aid fictitious name under th.
Box 655. 5,..,... Fla, 32091 Intend to on Tuesday February 17th 1987 County Courthouse at Sto,..., Florida. that Include premise and completed .,. eforeeald ttatut.
r9'er said fictitious nom* under the COUNCIL GROUP IV Doted December 31, /986. operation. Workman' Comen- MElTING NOTICE Dated this 6 day al January, A.D. 1987

ofcxesoid *tatuf*. Poll will ... open from 7:00 a.m. until Richard L. Cox Jr. atlori I* deducted from Hi* labor check There will b. a meeting he 4 art .In Bradford County.
Dated Hits 23 day of December A.D. 7:00 p.m.. at Town Hall Ioo".r" United State Marshal H not carried by th* Contractor. A February 2. 1987' 7:30 p.m. el th* Cl,.f 1/1 4tchg 1/29
1986 In Bradford County. 'Florida. Mlddl.District of Florida meeting will b. held at SMC In live Oak Hall In Lewtey. Thl* meeting I I. con.SwIng ;
I/I 4lchg 1/22 Linda Robinson Dorothea leane .t th* Main Off Ic., 11* Wilbur Street.. garbage. pickup Th.Mayor I I. *j'|ilnAallcltliens 'I
Clerk to Council Assistant United State Attorney 1/29/87 *t 10:30 *."'. All tho** Interested to attend. t.
I/IS 2tchg 1/22 Attorney far Plaintiff. In the program should b* In el- City l larll

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Veteran Corrections Officer Tom Barton Named FSP Supt.by .

fluster ItalmItl'T the don yard, where!several inmates .Spec. 3rd class, and made 54 in the system, Supt. Barton said
Sliiir Wrllrr were housed and oversee all other parachute jumps. A dislocated "Two reasons: FSP is home. I suppose
"Fair. firm and honest, to inmate outside! activities in which inmate shoulder was his only Injury. everyone looks forward to being
and stuff" lire the words Supt. Ton were utilized. Between! spree and 1961! Barton! the top administrator of his
Barton used to describe himself! alt In September, 1974, !LI. Barton worked in Jacksonville for an I.P home base Secondly, I am a loyal ((1 PeeK-A-BOO: : !
the top administrator of Florida'; received a two-step promotion from gas firm, 'before beginning work employee of the Department, and I
only maximum security unit, the lieutenant to major and transferredto with the Department or Correction want it to be successful. Without be-
Florida State Prison. DcSoto l Correctional Institution, in 1961. ing egotistical I simply believe that i SeeVOU: : !
Those thoughts were echoed by Arcadia where Rankin Brown was In June, l0.! Barton was marriedto I am the best person for the job."
Nita Richardson! accountant, and superintendent.Four Mary Shurman, a Baker County
Col. A.D. Thornton, chief correctional years later in Juno 1978: native,und they have three children. Ills Philosophy... The SWINTEC 8012
I olficer. Maj. Barlon was again transferredto Their daughters, Melody Lynn and In discussing the prison system fete you a*e whatyou'
Supt. Barton returned to Florida ,FSH, and promoted to colonel, Tammy I Lee, are following their Supt. Barton said he cImpilmjtWtbitiCII ,
State Prison from a similar position chief correctional officer. The name father in Corrections. Melody is an from inmate records accumulated typing before
al Union Correctional Institution of the facility was chunked from Admin. Sgl. ut !Baker C'orr. Inst., \ over 20: Thoso" you print III!
last week to fill the vacancy created East Unit to Florida State Prison in and Tammy i he a CO I ut UTU (Butler statistics show that years u profile of
by the appointment of former Supl. July, 1972, when it became an independent Transit Unit). Son Tom Jr. Is a high escape-prone inmates can 1m
Richard Dugger/ to the office of prison. school student in Luke Butler. duvi.-lopud andot' pll taken to
Secretary of the Department of Corrections Col.! Barton was promoted to assistant preclude
Current Situation... escape.
superintendent of operations at His! research found that inmates!
"Supt. Barton Is a 'Hands-on' administrator FSP, working under Supt. Richard Supt. Barton does not plan any incarcerated for )long periods, and
and will always be Dugger, and established an excellent major changes ut FSP. because: 1) with many additional years to serve,
found where the action is, said Cot working relationship with Sec. Dugger left the Institution! in begin to change their perspective.For .
Thornton, a 20 year veteran of the Fair -Firm... him. In December 1884, Secretary good condition and 2) Barton has black inmates, the changes LCD Window Display
system. Wainwright asked Barton to assume been gone only 2 years, und his procedures begin about! age 40, for white in- ((20 characters)
Supt. Barton began working in the< Supt. Tom Barton veteran prison! the superintendent's position at UCI, ure still Intact mates u few years later,at age 45.! It
system Sept. 5, 1961 as a CO I at the< employee now heads Florida Stale upon the retirement of Raymond "Two important positions is during this period that inmatesare Computer Interface
time UCI was expanding to fl'lI posi- Prison the maximum security unit Massey. maintenance supervisor andbUKinCIIH at highest risk for taking flight. .
tions in the new facility then called at his own request. Seldom does manager are vacant and Barton and Dugger established usystem Wide Carriage (WIn) Standard
the "East Unit" ed briefly at UCI then transferred to prison In the state. Barton known as Supt.Tom Barton,SO, is a native of will begin interviewing for both positions who fit the criteria, and required Up to 5 Line Character Correction
EU to assist in moving inmates into a fair, firm and honest administrator. Baker County the son of Earn and later this week Long time supervisors to call in each hour, and
the facility. Barton said the first inmates Hattie Davis Barton. He attended Maintenance Supervisor Joe report on those whose records! were, Memory (or 200 characters)
to be assigned to EU were Baker County schools, and Stcphonson.! retired Dec. 31, and marked. Cells! in the housing units Latter Quality Printer
those who built it, followed by death. and CO II. In December 19 he was graduated from Macclenny High Business Manager Aubrey Dean were indicated by marking a cell bar
row inmates and general popula- promoted to lieutenant and transferred School in 1955.Immediately. transferred to a new facility in with red paint, alerting housing officers Automatic Feed, Underscore
tion. Black and white inmates were to(IC!,to become the main housing after graduating. Hamilton County, creating the of the risk In the past five Center, Return Decimal Tab
assigned to separate living quarters officer assigned to the "Rock." Barton entered military service, vacancies. years, the "0" unit has lost only Hyphen
at the time. Eighteen months later Barton serving 3 years in the 11th Airborne When asked why he would requesta seven inmates to escape, and threeof
Barton was to work in the East returned to the East Unit to work as Division, an infantry outfit stationed transfer from UCI to FSP,generally them had outside assistance, said .3 Typing Modes: Norm II, Word
Unit for the next 8 years as a CO I1ftYtfk the outside lieutenant, !in charge of in W.Germany. He moved up to accepted as the toughest position Barton. Line Print

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Upcoming... Dance Alive the State of Florida as well as the The six Community Education Thursday Jan. 29; Monday, Feb. 2;
To Peform Friday Bradford County school system. The classes offered at the Bradford- Thursday Feb. 5, 7.10 p.m. swilec.
.The. Bradford County Zoning performing groups come from Union Area VocationalTechnicalCenter
Board is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues At Bradford High Gainesville; they are part of the this semester are: Flower Arranging class begins
day, Jan. 27, in the Stark city hall. A Dance Alive performance by a Gainesville Civic Ballet. Community Band, meets Mon tonight (Thursday, Jan. 22), 7-10
The Chamber Mixer for January jazz and ballet group is set next Friday This concludes a month-long day, 7:45: 9 p.m. Classes resumed p.m.
is set Tuesday Jan. 27, 5:30-7: p.m. Jan. 30. at 9:30: a.m. and 1:30 Artists-In-Education residency at Jan. 19Cake Child Birthing ........... OFFICE SHOP
at Florida, Federal on W. MadisonStreet p.m. in the Bradford High BHS. 110 W, Call St. Starke
in SUirke. auditorium.The Decorating, meets Monday, Phone the Vo-Tech Center,
.A discussion! of the Job Partnership public is invited. Community Ed. 7-10 p.m. Class begins Jan. 26. 964-6150, to have your name put on 964-5764
.CPU, meets Monday and Thursday the roll.Fee is$15 for all classes
Training Act is set at the The program is sponsored by the Offers 6 ClassesAt except -
Chamber Seminar-Luncheon set at National Endowment of the Arts and 7-10 p.m. Class began Jan. 19. there Is no charge for
noon next Thursday Jan. 29, at the Vo-Tech Center First Aid. Monday, Jan. 26; CPR/First Aid.O .
Western Steer Steak House on S.
Temple Ave. in Starke. 9--...... v
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The Starke Zoning Board is set o a <> o JWck r2' .
to meet at 7:30: ( p.m. Thursday, Jan. a
29. in the Starke city hall. 9a
The annual meeting and banquet O $ 4 aQ do
of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of op '
Commerce is set for Jan. 31 in the dbe. :Zb: tsC7 c7o: l c t 0 Dod,
National Guard Armory at Camp e><
Blanding. Make reservations! by
calling the Chamber, 964-5278, as OO t'i.A Oa
soon as possible. The number attending -
definitely needs to be knownas
soon as possible.
The BUS Alumni Association is ; itrn'

set to meet at 7 p.m. Feb. 12, a
Thursday, in the school library. j i+ }I,
The Board of Directors meets at "
fif./. .. .
6:30: p.m. B-Books remain on sale : '"'
at the Chamber of Commerce and :
1Love /
Mitchell's Drug Store. For more in- 1
9648937.formation call Linda Hildebran

Call-In Program... .

A morning call-in service to 4fl
assist senior citizens who are aloneis fi e
offered by the Starke Police
Department, according to Chief
Jimmy Bowen.To .
become involved in the program '
a citizen is asked to register //a1gae; .
with the Police Department, then
call in before 10 a.m. each day.
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will
check on those citizens who have '
not called in. If there is no answer, '
a police officer will visit the i.
residence. ( ,
Chief Bowen reminds the public ,
that the service is available. Uh

No Job, No Skill... &1
a ,
Job Corps-Training slots are r C
available In health occupations,
plumbing, welding, business-
clerical, auto mechanic and other Lines in the
skills for men and women ages 16 printed newspaper

through 21.Obtain .
a GED, earn spending

money make a and good savings life for money yourself.and Your Special Someone. .

Room and board clothing for : ,
allowance, transportation, medicaland
dental care will be provided.For .
information visit the

Job Service more Office at 1430 South toil will in the February 12th issue! .
First Street, Lake City, or phone ; message appear .
h: r'
at 7523121.
Irene Pearce :


Child Find... 11 For Your Valentine Message ., :

dicap Do you? know a child with a han- Please Send *400 for 20 Words! 9

Child Find is one part of the q "
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Resources System (FDLRS) that .

lends support services to exceptional P.O. A Starke Florida 32091 .'.. ..
student education programsin Drawer : : "
a six county area: Bradford .
Baker, Flagler, Putnam StJohns;: "', .- f.
and Union Counties. <.'.-.
One function of Child Find is

identification of potentially han- .,
dicapped preschool students, and
the location of children and youth K
between birth and 21 years of age
who may have a handicapping con-
dition and is not receiving services.
Some areas of the handicapping "
conditions may be speech
language hearing vision learning,
behavior or physical problems.If .
you know of a child who ,may pO
be handicapped? contact"FDLRSChild
Find at ((904) 3288811in 4 .
Putnam County or write
FDLRS/Child Find, P.O.: Box 159
Bostwick FL 32007.

1-75 Artifacts... 0D

See artifacts uncovered during ,,
construction of a strip of 1-75, 330 ,
feet wide and 35 miles long, a the
Florida State Museum on Museum
Road, University of Florida
Gainesville. Oqd
Learn about early Florida Indians a
their lifestyle and environment d d o d
only at the Florida State
Museum: Feb. 422.

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for the Dream...

Hundreds gather in Bradfrod County to celebrate Martin Luther IGn 's birthday


i x .,, syx a q". .wrt By Mark Friedlin mined effort to stem the tide of
BCT Staff Writer racism in this country an effort that
t The late Reverend Martin Luther succeeded in many ways, even
King's dream of freedom and racial though in the words of some of the
., w.. p'-"s r+ speakers there remains
+ tea" Jl equality for all races was kept alive Sunday
in Bradford County Sunday as congregations much to be done.
from local community The massed Community Choirs'
churches and other members of the were the first to enter the crowded
public "raised the roof" at the RJE auditorium Sunday at the RJE com-
auditorium in a musical and plex, and what an entrance they
spiritual tribute to the slain civil- made, as over 100 choir members of
rights leader. all ages made their way through the
Martin! Luther King's civil rights entrance way around the
movement began in the turbulent auditorium and finally to their
winds of controversy in the early1960's places next to the speakers' plat-
with famous "Freedom Mar form to a rousing piano accompaniment. -
ches" in places like Selma, The somber but uplifting
t Alabama, where some demonstra- hymn set the tone of the ceremony.The .
tions led to violent conflicts between opening scripture was read by
those favoring integration and those Reverend E. O. Howard and the
.. who wanted segregation to remainIn crowd was led in prayer by the
., : -- place. Reverend Sammie Reddick.
fnq,. The marchers who braved the After another selection by the
: srr streets in those days when in- choirs,a moving reading of Dr.Mar-
tolerance ruled parts of the land succeeded
t, /t f in many ways, leaving See plO
t r r! ..y1'Mur behind a quieter, but Just as deter- King...

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The Spirit Lives...

They raised the roof at the RJE lIe Had for All of
school Sunday In a rousing tribute to Us"t'
the. memory*, or slain civil-rights
pioneer Martin Luther King.
Massed choirs from the area's
community churches provided a
somber but uplifting musical pro-
gram, which included speeches by
area political and civic leaders, who
called for renewed efforts to keep
the ideals held by Dr. :Martin Luther
King and his SOSTAa.
followers alive for
1 future generations.
.. Several hundred people attended
",, i \ Sunday's tribute, the biggest of Its
type ever held in Bradford County.

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Page 2 B SUCTION January 22, 1987"Understanding

and Coping with Anger" presented at S. Elem.

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by Judy Miscally ly attitude; she often used personal types of anger are considered"reac- Biggers stressed should ask why you are angry with and knead, Sometimes we may actually have to
IttT Stun Writer family experiences for examples to live anger" since they are a ARE we angry! What do we really punch poke away at your "doll". "make an appointment" to talk with
Anger should not be a shamefuland make point. The Gainesville resi- response to some event. Another wanl&: We should get clear in our lake a walk or running. Dr. Bigger! the other person by saying "There
taboo emotion. Rather, angercan dent is the mother of five children category of anger is "disguised minds what we actually want before laughingly pointed out thatsometimes is something that is really botheringme
be productive and enlightening, has a Ph.D., and Is a counselor and anger" which covers depression or talking to the other person. Fights you may have a "I mile and I would like discuss it with
hut should not bo violent or destruc therapist who has worked extensively fear along with "displaced anger". while"hopping mad"are doomed to anger. but many limes it might be you. Perhaps we could have sometime
with children families inmates, Displaced anger is the type we experience failure. a '5 mile ang..r." She stressed alone tomorrow."
live Dr. Trisha Biggers began a and also marriage counseling. She, when we are angry at Many suggestions were made by several\ limes never getting into the From the questions which were
two-hour session on"Understandingand therefore, had a wealth of ex- something or someone else but take Dr. Biggers about harmless ways to car and driving off in a fit of anger, asked from the participants, those
periences on which to draw ex it out on another person.Dr. Biggers express our anger such as taking it since this is dangerous to ourselvesas who attended were relaxed and very
Coping with Anger" Tuesday amples.Dr. stressed this last type of anger be- out on a pillow, vacuuming the entire well as others. interested in working through the
night Jan. 20, in the Southside Biggers began the seminar by ing the one when a husband comes house, taking a shower and yelling Dr. Biggers emphasized the needto emotion of anger Dr. Biggers truly
Elementary cafetorium stressing the need to identify the home from a bad day at work takes "it"out in the shower drawing a "negotiate" with the person we accomplished her task of thoroughly
reasons we get angrysuch as it out on his wife,who then fusses at picture of who you are angry with are angry with after we have explaining how anger can he used
The near-capacity group of participants frustration, feeling "pushed the kids, the kids hit the dog and the and throw Play-Don ammunition at carefully thought our anger throughand constructively to solve problems and
was quickly set at ease around", insults to our self-esteem dog bites the cat. the picture, use a handful of Flay- decided what the problem is and how anger can actually assert: your
with Dr. Biggers' casual and friend- or unfulfilled expectations. These In learning to deal with anger.Dr Doh to make a mold of the person what we want to accomplish. needs and feelings if used properly.

Junior ROTC

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planning 12 'd-- LMANU1ACTUEEWS

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reunionThe JANUARY 23, 24 a 25. tNTJACKSONVILLE

year Bradford High School Junior FAMILY NIGHT ( ( ii 1N5 FLORIDA

ROTC is on the march again this SPEQJJfAL DJfSEJOUNT ONLY!
year with a grand reunion plannedfor q'
nil former and present cadets. COUPONS AVAILABLE ONLY AT WINN-DIXIE FOR

This will be the f.. reunion of its 7:30: PERFORMANCE ON JANUARY 23. =::;: _,._._.,....
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The reunion is planned for Saturday Am.ka.VOnaksi. some-.aE1.11/' WAIATKA.CMCFLAMQ.DUmi. ::::.::.=.::== __......__
February 14. Any person who .uuASEAo a muCCLttfirSteak .-_.. _.____.. .. __
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was enrolled in JROTC for at least
one academic year as well as all present
cadets are cordially invited to
this reunion. Activities will begin at ..
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ROTC Building behind the high IN ... -r: ;;;....=::..:....'nil
school. A buffet dinner that eveningis ..--.-.-..- OUR NEW SERIES OF ,..,--JInOO.: ...., ,...",.
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planned with a reunion dance u 1 Top =:::tE 1.w.:: ,:n; : lF ti;
following immediately afterwards. .... -- .- .
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Col. William L. Otte at the ROTC FryersTT. 68
Building, 964-6332 Chris Crews, ,1 E WINNER
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fish fryThe llGULAI_LI6ME

Bradford District of the North MILLER tl 1g$249
Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of BEER CAliS
America held its first annual fish fry
at the farm of Dr. Mullins on Jan 13. A S Brl..m T..w ALL.llmn
The fish fry marks the kick-off of a ;j PEPSICOLA. $07
three month fundraising effort to .
raise approximately $4,000 for the r ] . zrt'-
scouts. The dinner successfully Jfai i s \r} ALL"I.mn
brought in $500 and Ron Denmark, I 0 t t- CHEKDRINKS.
this years chairman explains that 79C
nearly $975 has already been pledg- z.\tl.\ ,
.et! bycontributors.
Fundraising efforts are being con-
ducted by Ron Denmark, Eddie
Douglas, John Millerh Dr. Mullins, m ._ r h A &
Orian Wells ill', and Jim -
Womack. Persons interested in : .
making a pledge may contact one of t
the above individuals or call Ron at ; Y : .
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The Arrow of Light ceremony and MICKOIY JWIfT
graduation ceremonies are plannedfor BONELESS $1198 &lj'P01TED4.. $100HAMS
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The Cub Scout Pack 518 will be
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Upcoming special events for the
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Starke's John Collinsworth attains rare black belt in karateBy

Mark Frledlln him 10 years to earn, one Indication cises in the spurt are based on a 'We are able to break boards and
BCT Start Writer of the time and dedication it takes to seemingly ritualistic series of other objects with our feet as part of
Starke resident John
Coll- advance in this sport. P Jr\ moves, and counter-moves which the training and that Is always one
Ingsworth has taken ,
one of the Rosenbeck teaches his students at of the
reaches its highest form when two first things people ask about
supreme tests and passed with fly the old armory building in Starke "
; experts meet in"freefighting"The when they think of the sport,
ing colors and a black belt In twice a week in classes sponsored by moves look stylized but Rosenbeck said. "It's dramatic to
karate. the Starke City Recreation Depart- rwr a r 1srwa may watch but it's just a small Indication -
they are much harder to execute
Collmgsworth is the first .nnir
ment. overall physical skills the
the casual
spectator might expect
group of dedicated local karate Tang Soo Do is the oldest form of kwI-J-- from just watching.The martial arts require."
students under the direction of instructor Korean Karate that exists, and like moves are designed for close Two of the students demonstratedthe
Richard Rosenbeck to ad. other forms of the martial arts it is quarter, unarmed self-defense, taking technique.
vance to the highly esteemed rank of divided into skill levels denoted by techniques which were used Rosenbeck held out a a two-inch-
S by
black belt a rank which involves a colored belts a different belt for tt fighting men from a time in which thick pine-wood plank firmly
rigorous training schedule and "lotsof each level.Students. f.. ) physical skills could secured with both hands at about
literally mean
dedication" in the words of his in start out with a white belt the difference between disgrace or chin level.
structor. for beginners, then progress to .t honor, life or death. The students crouched,turned and
"John stood out in this group whenwe yellow, yellow with a green tip, The students at Rosenbecks' whirled their bodies, the right foot
began these classes several green green with a brown tip, lessons begin their practice sessions flew up and out, and the board
years ago," Kosenbeck said. "lie brown, brown with a red tip, then to with assorted kicks and turns splintered in half with a sharp
clearly has what it takes to excel in red and black. "one-on-one" going crack!
to Each
this sport, which I prefer to call an Red belt students are then eligibleto partner takes turns warm holding up.a small All the students took turns helping ,
art form because of its complexityand begin the arduous and time- pad out as a target for the student's younger students with their moves,
the demands it makes on the student consuming process it takes to flying feet, which which become free-fighting against each other in
and instructors." become a "deputy" black belt the strong enough through training to mock battles, and practicing their
The popularity of this sport is beginning stage of the black belt break pine boards with one swift moves against opponents with a
rapidly increasing, especially for level which then progresses through kick variety of different skill levels.
younger students, who's high school eight levels up to Grand Master.
coaches and teachers have found Students are tested every three See Karale... P1GSusicoast
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"The student in this sport must go through to the brown belt level. ,
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Page B SECTION January 22. 1981

1 Area lumber companies hope export tax gives fighting chance

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By Markrledlln take some time for the effects to be _
BCT Staff Writer noticed and have an effect on the it *
Local lumber producers, hit hard local economy
by cheap Canadian imported lumberin
Imported wood has been icy J4' I
recent years, are cautiously op- eroding
tomistic about the effect of a new 15 the market base for local lumber for
percent export tax on Canadian con the past fiive years for local and
struction lumber, which they say area workers involved in the impor-
should give them at least a "fighting tant lumber industry as imported
chance' to regain some of their lost wood products from Canada flood Into alb
customers. the domestic market, lowering it t9 4 a
North Florida, including Bradfordand prices local companies can get for $
Union Counties, have been hit their products and threatening a cut ,
hard in recent years when the Canadians back in the workforce. -
captured more than half the That has meant hard times for ;
market for construction timber witha many employees of the four major) i ?
flood of government supported paper companies in the area which r I / : r

lumber that drew customers away have provided steady employementfor l it ;." 4I V'I'
from area producers. In recent what has been a steadily 141
years fully one third of the lumber .broadening base of over 500 fulltime
used in construction in the nation workers who support themselvesand I 'fAda .., Iwyaxr
was purchased from Canadian their families harvesting this ....
sources. traditionally important North .. .
Florida resource. .. '.. ..
Reacting to pressure from the industry Ironically, the import Invasion toO .... -;. .", ..,' __" .... _.' -.......' ..;,;...'-"".. ,-. ..
said .. ...; '
who's spokesman the hurt the local plants just when a sus- .. .' :! ';:" 4.r 11> ...,.J.. '.. -''!":'.
Canadian lumber was, in effect, tained .' .
period of growth in that all- .
subsidized because it __, .' ',' ._ ". ,.,, ,,.. '' .':>" : r. .. ,.- : ,
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was grown on government land, the had important brought statistic the industry- housing a period starts of- .. -, -, ",, ,-.,.. '-\ .. .y. : ,'. ... .. .. ..'; "'. ..t'i.-... -
U.S. congress passed in its last session stability and steady, if not spec-
the 15 percent tax. tacular growth since the recession of Signs of Trouble...
"They were exporting unemployment -
," commented John Milliner, 1080-81."Canadian lumber has Auctions, sell-offs! and idled Executive Vice-President for the been available to customers always but we flood of cheap Imported Canadian lumber wliich: has hit may give the four sawmills In this area a fighting chance: to com
_ although opinions vary on the effects<< of the new law.
Southeastern Lumber Manufacturing have never seen the volume which hard in recent: )ellrs.
Association. Milner said the has flooded into the market down ,-, -
flood of Canadian imports resultedin here in the south like this before," I I"I
the loss of over 30,000 jobs. commented a spokesman for the 6r ""I ($:,
:rea :
Now that the 15 percent export fee Gilman Paper Company near Max-
has been passed, Milliner said the in- ... '
ville in an earlier story in the a : %
dustry got "some help, but not as Telegraph. The Maxville plan r
much as we needed", speaking of employs a high percentage of local t Annual Yield 7.549:
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the agreement, which was the resultof workers from Starke, Keystone r.
months of negotiations betweenU.S. ,
Heights and Lake Butler. "They
and Canadian representatives.On have harvested a big surplus in
the local scene, mill operatorsare Rate
Canada over the past several
pleased been taken that some but action has of seasons and they are shipping the /O
finally are unsure Compounded 7. 30
the effects. bulk of it here to markets in the
Southeast at which hur-
prices are
"It's got to help some, said Jim Monthly
the local It's
ting industry. very
Edson, manager of the Owens-
similar to the situation workers in in
Illinois sawmill in Lake Butler, one : ,
the automotive industry face with
of the areas' largest employers. "We
have seen plenty of Canadian car imports from Japan or anythingelse : ,
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make ,:
lumber here. But Edson also told foreign workers can t peat:
he does not think the tax cheaply and ship in to take advantage 9 '. "
reporters .; ,' :; :;;;
will result in a full increase of 13: percent of our free market system. 6 %
in the price of the Canadian im Hercules: ExampleYou :
ports. don't have to look that far, 'n'7:336
Other spokesman say the effectsof however, to find another example of
the new import duty will be imports hurting the local workforce.
Hercules, Inc., which had employedover
negligible, and may even raise the
price of all lumber sold in the area. 80 local workers at its pine Rate
They say builders and architectswill resin processing heavy equipment %
continue to call for Canadian repair facility in Starke now finds Compounded 7. 10
wood for many phases of construction itself with a lot full of idled
because it is simply better machines, and more importantly, Monthly
suited for those purposes than idled work crews who where helpingthe t
southern pine. The two species are local economy with their con ': I
sumer spending.The '''
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say the main positive impact Company was forced last yearto \ ear'
will be not in the southeast and auction off an entire field full of "" ,
North Florida Regions, but in the heavy equipment the largest auction "
northern states of the U.S. where of its kind in the county's %
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Other timber people disagree, The source of the trouble for Her-
however, saying the cules was not the Canadians or any
southern product will give builders usual trading partner or ally of the
and architects new choices, sayingthe United States. The Peoples Republicof '
new tax will make southern pine China, with its vast pine forestss.
mere competitive, although it may .. Page 5LouAnn's Compounded w 7. 0001
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Cillrnwaters, Kelly Rankin Lori Musson Kelly Trimble, Tonya Smith, Just one of the many celebrations planned for the 75th Anniversary of
:Marie Carlton, Yashica Goodmans, Joan Carlton with Josh! and troop Girl Scouts, this should be a visible sign In future years of the dedicationthat SAW YER.e :

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board member Evelyn idea and he will tell us where the Tonya Smith, Nicole Giddens, Jeri Neighborhood Association is a part,
Chastain presented an important let. trees should go. We will plant them Thompson, Katie Prantner. will be planting trees throughout
ter to the board,Thurs. evening,Jan Thursday, January 15. Leaders: Peg Trimble, Wanda northeast Florida.
8, written by nineteen young ladies, Thank you very much. Bolin, Karen Casey, Joan Carlton This service to country and natureis
members of Brownie Troop 683. Brownie Troop 683 and Eady Carlton. a part of the 75th Birthday
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The letter: Members of Troop 683 are Ann deliberation, approved the request Bradford County trees will be
Dunne, Kelley Sellers, Lisa Gillen- in
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with a sawmill and forestry r 964-5826 964-5827
products division in Maxville and a a 8:00: J.m. 1:00: p.m. sit

paper plant Forestry in St. Mary's,Products Georgia. ,I..IU.r I n' '(' Starke, Florida Saturday

DivlsioruTrailridge the Forestry Inc.) 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 96t71DII
is located In Maxville near thes. k 4 /4 "fret.: 1f*" &** &:* Stttti at tV"NrMi'.J": ,..h.b

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SECTION: January 22.1987

i. I I Iin Carolyn Spooner Attends

Reception For Sen. GrahamCarolyn

Brown chairperson lor the Ciah.im c.nnptiign .
Spooner, to-
chairperson for the datum Campaign Dai'1,1 Christopher, and Mi
for Bradford Invited and Mis JlminiuScottSpooiiLr .
County, was -
II and attended a reception
ceMbratmg the new US Senator was the only icpiesenlalivu -
Itt Graham taking the oath 01' office I Iron Bradford County to attend -
IIYn .., the Graham reception in
Washington, D,C. The Washington,
r The reception: was held Jan, 6 in D.C. i reception was a very I ewinding .
the Caucus Room of the Russell experience Ms Spooner said, Sen.
Ibf"': Senate Office Building in Graham expressed his appreciation
Washington, D.C.
for all the hard work and support he
J>p.x>ncr also attended Graham's teceived in Bradford County, said
( vnttHry atul birthday celebration in Ms. Spooner The senator expressed
a wA 'r..ttjh.i.ss.eet.isl Nov. 9ut the gover- that he is going to need suppoi t overt
m>rs* mansion Also in attendance at more now in his new role as senator,
the 4tory'C.'lt'bratum were Kishanna M>I. Spooner added
und Charmil Spooner, Mrs
.....Ii.... Brown, Guy Andrews and Ms: Spooner Is the area director ol
'/ '".
"ury Minty the llrai(d-Union Guidance Clinic

y I'I'r r Life &- PraiseMinistries ---

:301: South Starke '
.,., Presents:

?: "Festival of Praise"

,- Dewnbed a* "un
prai.,,". will be pmenteil

rtp Tuesday, Jan. 27th

/ 7:30 p.m.

Festival of Praise ID a group| of singers nod iiinnii i.inx

1e). from all part of (the I'mted States Their inn iiult
Tuesday US-301 Accident... t
>le lit NniNlth anal Kofi yl exi ilinfl- it lovi-rt abroad
There were no injuries in a Tuesday, Jan. 20, afternoon accident alL vehicle entered L'S-7e1from Kimirdk R'a4_a grrrv EgM.arcwniwg.
I 'S-3ol! and Edwards Kond In Starke. Patrolman M. D. Spram. Mary Grrra__cited r t accidnl l.miming range of*i li i IIOIIH.
:Mary Stanley Green,driving a 1982 Ford southbound on US-301,ran the a red light.
1 red light and struck a 1979 Foi'd. driven by Ruby Durrance GreenThe Total damages to the telmlr aatl !.-. The Public is Invited to Share

in this time of worship
1 Though the first electric oven was installed at Hie Hotel Bemna in Sama-
. den. Switzerland In 1889 no record of its inventor- -.
For more infornuition. call: OOl-tl'Hi

Lumber \ __ _

fi'out page &

sawmill and employs from 20-30 people HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTS
at any one time.
The majority of these crews' ac
tivities are involved in caring for the
trees on Gilman land and also in processing Bradford Square Shopping Center 9646946Ad

pulpwood for paper pro Good thru Jan. 24, 1987
ducts The company has crews who
use mobile chippers in their work

out The in the main field.operation however, is Gearing Up for a Great 1987

out at the massive sawmill plant,
where the freshly felled logs are
unloaded from trucks onto eight Take Home A QualityPanasonic .. ,' ,
large concrete storage pads. There
they are loaded on one of two log VCR. $359
decks which trasnport them on a *379 Sale -
massive chain link conveyor system Remote Control .
throughout the remainder of the process $ r\ti3
with all the features I U i v +
The logs are fed into huge
machines called "debarkers, jam WTWWBJ DEWJ
costing up to $40,000 each which
pulls the logs through a system of
blades on curved metal arms ---
Spreading out to just exceed the ex f011WANl .
act diameter of each tree the ( =-- ::
machine completely strips the bark -
from a full sized tree in less than one v

minute.The logs are then fed into the Buy Any Sharp
largest single piece of equipment at All
any mill,a huge saw(nicknamed the
Chip-N-Saw) by its manufacturer, It Guitar TelevisionStrings
is really a collection of knives, saws
and blades which can transform a
round tree into a perfectly formed IN STOCK
boards of all sizes and shapes.
The employees at the sawmills in In Stock Get 100 FREE MOVIES
the area have enjoyed good times
since the end of the recession and the 1 0010 to watch
lowering of interest rates. Now they Off
won't be
hope this new prosperity
Offer Good thru Jan. 1987
cancelled out due to the "invasion"from

The Owens-Illinois plant located in
Union County is the largest in the
area, a massive plant and process-
ing center which employs over 250
workers in both the sawmill and
related professions. PanasonicHigh

'1M'.7"O'1 ...Te 40I1 1Ndh

s r IFACTSIyg I Sharp Car AMlFM.Radio Auto. Rev.

FIGURES. i 19 Remote ControlTelevision $ O9 95

111. .f i 7dbI1lfi7NOt i1''31 .
The most overdue book taken out CfJ95IUO
by a known borrower was checkedout $379
in 1823, from the University of -99" All Car ,Speakers
Cincinnati Medical Library and reported -
returned in 1968,by the bor. This --_._ in stock on SALE
rower's great grandson. The fine, Week
$2,264 was waived -
.r f
1 100 FITMovies i

Some of the moat important books t
libraries carry are reference materials S
They teach us how to find important -
information. Have a complaint .
or praise about a company's '
performance? It's most effective if L 95C T-120
brought to the attention of a com
pany's public relations director -
the person most sensitive to public i HourMon.Thur.
opinion More than 3,700 company
and association public relations
professionals can be found in
Duyer'a Directory of Corporate 3 for -sa- ByGibraltar
Most libraries -
Communications public
carry copies. Call first to Rent 4 Movies TDK T-12JJ wcelaends

make sure High QuaBy
.Y .',
The Library of Congress,foundedin 6.99 Tapes $5&5 2$7"I
1800. is the (argent library. It ea.
contain more than 79 million Per 2111x. ftbt.-11uI.)
item*--including more than 19 million -
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" Starke" i a.llmlmmnmllmmllmlmmllllmllllllltllllu/IIUlll Area Want AdsCARS -I :


owner low mileage! $3995. 9647271.
9644319. 12/18 Call 964-5764; after
WE MAKE UrCTMEY the ) aaJII9fIAI5:3t1. ,
liU Ii
1964 FORD TRUCK Step-side. Good for Hraninnerii 31'07tfn CORNER OF Call 8 ''
,way. 'We mum ,It. dill; dm didmlls UfflKT BUM WBSnWQIIEUKND ST.. for sale Thompson rwiUfJiJr
restoring. Mag wheels. $1,295. Streets 2
964-8397.111.22: eetth aid) : story masonry building
*tpd I/US house am property. $4900.
9647536. Evening 8 weekends. 12/25 Clyde W.
OWN WOUR CMUW Oltin..:$._.'>-._.,. 1JOAI-bI891.: 1111/20-tfnch" Simpson 3566849. 4/10TF (
tfnchg ,ladles nuleMiih>. IH Acnes 1 aw trailer fan rental over RETAIL SPACES 600 sq. It. to 1,600 sq. REALTY
Mercury Capri. ft.. $187 to $500 Tiffin 8
large si.erl' ..Ipe1"-.dlattow-emr/fs.wlb Hueanree..cleared) GREAT for. per mo. ''
w/black trim PS, PB AC, auto trans..A country Owens, Property Managers. 964-5065. ;
needs or cyl good shape, tune-up asking 1/22 1 Itchg
Lee, iLe.u1.'laad.' (Crtami.(Gum*.GriUm; home?parks animal farm, etB. Several '
$1500. Call 964-4037. day or Klein,Servio Vnlmtte..Cuan( _.the maneyy malting! ; pecan, trees. $28.000 2.000 SQ. FT. COMMERCIAL BUILDING -.4) '" PHONE 964.7776
964-4480 night alter 5:30 Askfar .
: ClalbanieMtemhem on Hwy In downtown Starke for
< ( _Itla"
%( GanalliuR.Hearthte $12.ooodawn and ofZ7mmontth
Tudy. 1/1 4tlo 1/22 payment sole by owner. Ideal for retail oflices. 205 N. Starke I
> ,cover IJDII '"'*-.3BK/BOB)tin $ Starve areat call %4.6493th'Ils or ... A'\ Temple
1984 TOYOTA TERCEL 4.door. .
AC S26.900 50000. Call 964.5139 or
iinwe>fltnw, Hnmmmi, Hwitinm,. ,
AM/FM. cassette, cruise control. Call grand opening rtc.fdinaipemllSduwt. 964-8173. 1/22 4tchg 2/19 Cecelia Terwlllegar

alter 6 p.m. weekdays. 533.2403. 'Mr. !ILouahlin t(t6'11l)IBB8Etr Imi.nntp 1i FOR SALE BY OWNER 600 sq. ft. building Todayand always may God bestow'His love on you.
1/lswtfn nOD SUNBEDS. SUMML \MHUflF. SaE NOTICE zoned residential/office located on
1981 MERCURY LYNX 3 door 4 speed, :B0%. Call !for fffRBE xciilnT randugue S. Hwy 301 3 miles North of Storke. 130' SPECIAL
A/C AM/FM stereo excellent cond. wholesale frontage on 301. Can be used as officeor
fpflioing. EwMJIImtt OWNER WILL TAKE LOSS 3 BR 1 Bath
rmm.yymaker newly painted corner |
9645907. 1/22 IIchgMOTORCYCLES CllMlUIII&m>AQ"IITISING.hould: besubttn two bedroom hou... 40000. Call
Colin ((800)( )::2JIBQJI.1Z.ttnonB7n2 mlotttWdI the Bradford County 964.5139 or 964.8173. 1/22 4tchg 2/19 lot In the city, $25,000.

.LONG XHBMMCX IHUUWJnua! CwnmoJI tTeU.gra"ltlaffla..l"writlng and paid In
artWumeunless credlf l Is
freight. ,mOTtthfltmeflimin dinmmmioJITTronsport 'Itdallohotdl with thi.office. already LOSTFOUNDFOUND 12.86 ACRES Pond, road frontage on Hwy 100 S.E. 24th Ave.

needs auMtmrt/aimtttm Hut IMS TBLHSUAPMI' STAFF' CANNOT BiMOJO : ._-- and Forsyth Rd.

1981 YAMAHA XT500, street or dirt.bike. nationwide ing *ve J..illl Cram thal long.lft yynu.Wow*tnu.vmJIII ntmti_mnant MHe )) RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN T.V., East of Melrote on SR 26. eEASY TO ENJOY Brick, 3BR, 1 '/.BA, CH/A, large family!
Very good condition. $650. 964 8210. OMSSIRIEOS WHEN: !Ao.l&TAKEN
Call for further Information 9644924.
12/11 tfn tour .
Ask for Alan Jean. 1/8 4tchg 1/29
one, rnorthAmetilnan nJfttiHS aunaHmwprogram
hat a DaawKedJ deadline-, TUESDAY LOST Young Walker Hound. White with Access to beautiful Crystal Lake. See to appreciate.
[ man them
YARD SALES or $2500 down IH!gurt way vynu arm<2n nr ttmiHinif auen IttQHDnK ,prior Thursday. ) publication.MttnimurnianargB brown 8 black spots, small framed. ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 8 acres. Minutes]] I

(and think, you may cQudlf, anlll flan OD tIt&rl1115 ie.13 word for$3.50, May have lost collar Lost In Breaker from prison on Hwy. 16. Great home for trailer space. I
>aent'fbn each word thereafter
MOVING SALE Everything must gal) complete,In ,tirif""wniutrang.adkirge.Caltl; area. Call collect 1.328.5931 or .IT'S THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT: Secluded 1980 doublewide 7l
Adult children. & baby clothing. tony "M-...-k Itchg acres, inground pool, J ,
1 1.800.348 21 91Wnk(tor Otttfflt! W7 fh...,
Household Items.
804 N.
87-14 deck wooden playground equipment. $55,000.
Westmoreland St., Frl. 8 Sat. 1/22
Itchg :DEVELOP AMD WWMthCC ypiun awn .. .. UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots.

4 FAMILY YARD SALE Furniture, iome indoor IDemonstmtiDn' faminens Kcnrillintt selling Kingsley Lake Village. 30500. I

houtewares, clothes, (children to Commissions'hydroouhute(FfJluswEllumBnitttiinHE,plains .Cal; II SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED! FINE LOTS. Ap
adult W toward left
) 16 turn I
233 & 229A. Watch for prison signs.. Fri only.on 8 fCol lest IormoneirffanmW"faeiaimifiv Accelerated prox. 103x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down ((10% |
til 5. 1/22 Itchg ((305)) 8862367.: (toon 7113 Realty Inc. for 10 years).
veiling ( thrtmuuiilmn aaJll
items & furniture. All must go. 2 mi. Phone 964-4544
North of Keystone Heights on Hwy.21. Romano 7623068. n/33 HttpJ : doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, 35000. Gread Getaway. !

1 1/22: Itchg .IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100

PETS East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, attractive deck overlooking a 1/4|
HOMES I T52J! )$. Walnut SrreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida] acre fish pond with fishl! HAVE to seal

only Call 96>14>16'1. nZ211l8WBOATS Farms Commercial
SURROUNDING I 2 BR, 2 BA, doublewide. 1.76 acres. )
Na Charge to List Your Property for Sale ] Close
to Crosby Lake Public Landing.
LOOK AT THIS I Just remodeled fnr you. Call and discus m
it with
1,720 sq. ft. CH/A w/ot1ic fan 3 or 4 us.UfflVHlW FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage, I

BR 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen. n76 116' REGAL 1MII HMU11L with OSS ma> LJIREALrORO:::! drive-In boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby j
19 x 20 great room, closets galore,
M.reullDnd ttrtnilvr SUSHI IltIDIe Lake Inlet. CH&A. 39995.
fenced back yard w/tool shed. Brown 9644080 LID ] tin BRICK HOME Sunken living room formal dining room family!
.SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 700 ft. 41
ac. plus bldg.
Concrete drive & walk.
Saratoga Hgts. nnanrw/fireplace; lor g.kitchen with plenty of cabinets, 4 BR. 2 BA, CHSA
Don't miss this bargain. By owner. Call PERSONA SCTVKs Central I vacuum) workshop all on 10.9 acres, partially fenced. City water spaces rented $200 a month. Trailer sales space rents for |
today. 473.7541 or 4752597. 11/13 Cal l I andl moke appoi ntm.nt to see. $1,000 a month.

BEAUTIFUL tfnchg COUNTRY HOME located on CHAIN (IJ.IIIIKPEtIICE.: llnMttUnd "Bran CRlAlIlIOlfCOUNTRY: LIVING Two story cedar home, 3BR. 2 BA, 2.200.q. AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange & [

canal next to little Lake Santa Fe. 4 BR. estimates ililuiin +MViin ITi0iiiie (On fit living 2 BA CH/A, deck. 1.5 acres Call Owner Tommy!INeddiim.'R IIIB!!!!>>rtIn CllMMt.l1"ETOWORK.-CI home 3 BR, 2 BA. great room, fireplace centralvaauumandlstwr.ol .ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET 0 cleared 100'
9644705. 1/15 tfnchg GLASS CUT ITO ORIUBR IDnnm wndhu a, workshop fishpond 2 wells and septic, on 5 acres. [
$39,000 will take this beautiful wood etc. JACKBDtU BUUHattUS964'n07B. SILLRRLLW Z2nDSQl: FIT. SPACIOUS HOME Living.dining-family room extra Ig. kit. x 192' lot, 2 utility sheds pump well and septic tank. Trimmed [

frame, 3 BR, 1 BA house with approximately Order Vise tattum >m I II IIe anen33BR5.: : 2 I..... utility room, enclosed garage, on 4.59 acres 1 out in lovely banana bushes, 17000.
5 acres cleared land and above Butler.41963079 and4c.Weli n HII !l/tflo./ CREAjr HOME FOR ENTERTAINING- Lovely CB home on 3 cleared acres 2 I RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom, 65' x 130' lot. 10000.
ground 24 ft pool. Call after 5 p.m., 473-4973.2/26: t n"HANDYMA1U Btf 2BA breakfasfareat kitchen with plenty of cabinets, extra large living I
I SO CLOSE! 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, I'/i bath, 45000.
M.F or anytime on the weekends at : arnr!peti y pmutlmg.liez andldlninq;areas 'l'au'lIlav. this home! I
964.8160. 1/15pd tfnchg tTlcal I I.
MOBILE HOME 84 Fleetwood 14' K 60', R.a.onobl..lLiDeneeil mnrhmmnCall mast latt\.S27/.OO01 f Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida Investment.

2 BR, 2 BA CH/A, 10 X 20 screen porch fAIRFIELD Mrlch-47B-S94D! n --Vnn. CLOSE TO> Cinr 2 BR, II BA frame home with stove, refrigerator j INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially !
& skirting. 8000. Call 964.7130 for appointment. XIOOflNCi: ffiwe JBtrmOBa dlnnwashef, ceiling tans, rotary antenna on a nice lot all for 25000. j
subdivided close to school $1,000
licensed insured rand! iroitttnd Mil highway frontage, per
1/22 2tpd 1/29 FOWTHE THRIFT" *- Mobile home
on Hwy 16E 3 BR, 2 BA, CHAA well 8
of rand! tapno
types roofing meponr* 4JH5 IHfltf acre Hardwood trees. Developer's dreamt I
;; manWotheramenites, $33,000.
374 11443 1111
or WILL IMPAIR IKSfflirCSlMlTnrMiS! : and! RBAUUW NICE AND NEAT Frame home on 3.90 acres, 2 BR, 1 BA stove ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
WANTEDWANTED freezers,inmtysthgp.itlbusal.rthad. neftilgeratar, dishwasher ceiling fans, CHSA., large screened porch 22' X NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.
used npplionowm.%2lDIm 1tZ2Smn 30) barm Call Usl .SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.

EXPERIENCED: SASVSUTTTEK: vwlll UtttbyBtt ESnaauSHED BUSINESS FOR SALE Call us for details.. WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.
TO BUY: We pay cash for all in my home fFleMlble theca trails; FRAME MOUSE FOR RENT 2 BR. 1 BA.SELECTED .
aluminum cons 23 cents lb., and non- 78]-3971. /Z2 Atahg 2 SWILL PROPERTIES PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide. .
returnable glass containers. Glass :DAYCARE (OM1*,.Z rtilloie>n Want IKE ACRES- Bradford County 13th Street N.E., Pecan Grove .SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine Ocres, 2 wells, 3 septlc'tanks.
must be separated by color; clear thru "fr.I. /My thnme. Mnotum aHna TH&2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Priced to tell.REACHES .FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.
green amber 2 cents per lb. 8 til 4, M- supervisiortnine c mtmEaf hBiai HHiit$ Ira South Clay' County Residential-Agriculture, 17900. 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.
F, 10 til 2, Sat., 906 SW 3rd St.. lunch C enaaks SAge:3 itn nthmil aqpe 2O>Al 5 Northwest Bradford County Best water In the County.
Gainesville 3713891. 1/22 Itchg '964-5634 after! 11/J11l IWia CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.
Sfpnn! OttdttyPERSONALS j AcJIIS-: Sauthwe.r Bradford County with trees and two wells '
WANTED: Christian lady to work (housework 4lS5ANO.t> -Two separate parcels Near pecan Graham, zoned for MH. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.

), 3 days weekly. Pay minimum IlAHE IICIT5-Own... financing Available. LAWTEY AREA-Flve acres, 13000.
Must be able to drive car. Call
964-8580.wage. 1/22 Itpd CUTW HOTS- Two blacks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W. .15 ACRES HWY 1833000. One mile off 301.

home Mon. thru Fri.. 6 a.m. til 7 p.m.. dill; n<*llW2h 1 145.esrtJC'1313RL NEAR!HAKE ALTO Zoned for MH. RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre, $4,500.
964.8290. 1/22 2tchg 1/29 MHWW 3DH SOUTH!- Two separate parcels. Good: business location.
any age. : 34l4n 11.18 JIWiII1 ::1101v"JPO .
HHWW3IHI SaUTHt-3.. near Earlton Beach 210 ft. highway frontage. LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 story, 1 acre.

....,., _.,_ .. BLDG.IP6 .NEAR PRISON 8 20000.
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After Hours

FAULKNER INC. Pauline Randolph 964-6323
-FREE NOTARY SERVICES.. Randy Cory 475-25971

Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541
Located Hwy 301 2 Blks S.SR-1VO ;

221 W. Lafayette i AFTER HOURS:
I Wayne Daugla- ...964-4593 Novls Ward..964.7454Jbftm

9'i I Greene-_533-212T Bill Dodd..964.7408

.MHirej' Cbrlk_964-7188 Cindy Kurimay.964-7408 BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE1

Team Sanest*_964-6439 Don Hood.468-1 90S !

,r-lt.-w"o jbm. Dllt>t....... .964-8629 Patsy Lawson.964-69271 INC.

Susan M. Faulkner, CR1 CRB

PRESIDENT ? -- } "Where Quality Is Still Important" rtJ fj

James rpCldltac'
Irene L. Faulkner %4-SlUQ Plumbing Supplies From \

Lucille Spry DES-Uai) I Illdslnob s

Marty Russell JOT-TOM; Durrance Pump & Supply' 2001 N.W. 13th"Your St.Local Representative"Bus.

Bobby Biggs '"-7D1I .
> w.Drill%'"to&*Wells State Licensed -.> Gainesville. FL 32601 ((904)) 378.5301

| ...IUSBI11l \;.....mL Temple A.e..Stork e 9647061



n ,; 1 -*COUNTRY HOME you've dreamDRASTICALLY REDUCED 5 min.

BL Broker ed of owning. It has everything to Starke, 25 min. to Gainesville,
4/2 over 2.000 iq. ft. Price lust on paved road. Custom built brick
#y .t- E.a reduced $2.000. home 4/4 3,200 plus sq. ft., pecan
trees and 3 ocr... NOW 131000.
Owner financed.
*WILL ESTABLISHED commercial ,
9S4.-4522 Desfgnauo:AppraiserRes.. 9S4SS4IOMtOICKSOM building across from Community Bank.

Price has been drastically REDUCED to .COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from ]
RtS.9l4-5Se | move property. $6,500. Some with owner financing.

Bes. 3S4-733J SUZANNE' KITCHENS *LARGE HOME-ln city on approx. .9 *COUNTRY LIVING en 2 ac. In an I

[ acre. 4/2. CHSA., 1900 plus sq. ft. assum. almost new C/B home with fireplace. [
This lev approximately :2500 square foot .10(1 YOUNG mtg. West of Lawtey.

home has be... REDUCED $9,000.00. Call today to KEYSTONE AREA Mobile home with I
7 ACRES with home
& barn on 225
take advantage of this bargain. near SR 16. Has many potentials. lake access. Immaculate. $23,900. (Cen-1
tral H S A).
| rn 'Commtrijl.lMAUTlRUli LAKE FRONT white beach and clearwater
.....,......... ..... ,.. ... ... -..- ... 2/2 on almost 1 acre, beautifully CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS A large !
gracious brick home, |lust minutes fromStarke
New Listings* s MOMS, 32'In, on *ll ACRES IN CITY on Highway landscaped. and Keystone Heights. Shown by
eiMederrttneighborhoodl love I6W. city water A sewer available, *LOCATION LOCATION Walk to appointment.
COUNTRY SETTING highlights this: 4 b.ed1..1II IV home fboiure an extra large) I
I. 2 tory ham. 4 BR, 2Vi BA. everything. Neat as a pin and manicured
stucco home with POOL. One year warreimiry.:: fbnri>i-nl.bride fireplace buih$100,000.. yard. 2 BR.EXCELLENT. .HOMEMAKER DREAM 3/2. C HI.... I
ImanttineMaridJcuetonrdrapee. Haw above ground pool. Dbl garage. A 20 X I
REDUCED 3 Bedroom 1 bath with: dlimiimuntra- mm -.Call' for. private $17.500. 3/1 war 25 upstairs room to be completed to I
J .NO THRU TRAFFIC on o court 3/1, Best area. HURRY)
!lfuaw11\II. have your own private BR suite All this I
siding. Only C/B In town central heat 8 air, hard-
*PERFECT IN-lAW HOUSING or 2 only 66000.
CONERLY ESTATES One acre building: fat. ._ .NMWC UW Same with, wellctarnk.BuildlnalatK 6 wood loon only $41'400- families. 2 nice homes on I large lot. .
with -" : from,*COMMERCIAL BLTXi. Many ?.... 138 but close to .COMPLETELY REMODELED frame
*TWO ACRES this 3 bedroom, 2 batch! block acreage Separate living enough
n one>..m*.uoi.Same.w home in Lawtey area. Extras include fiirepHaceu '" 0 Plneiong S/D. Paved Stark. New carpet throughout 3 ceiling font.

workshop fence.ASSUMABLE .cc.'I1IUII..T: FOR FSP R uci had through property- Owner non- *PRICE REDUCED 3 BR brick home on ENERGY IFF. "A" FRAME 4 BR. 2

MORTGAGE 3 BR.. 2 BA IillWll fIl5. H.a70 K*, ftt. .horn on t 3.64 acres, newly renovated kitchen. Bath 2 fireplaces. CHAA. pool t many

doublewide on one acre In the country. -e.I.ow..Nlcebarri.. NEW RITAIl/PROFISSIONAl CHSA., paneled walls, picture window extras on 2 acres. Only 57000.
BUILDING with plenty of parking and house is nestled amid 8 pecan trees.
PERFECT STARTER HOME Two bedroorov came CXHXinWC: LIVING am. stocked lake positive cash flow Located In the busiest Owner Is ready for an offer EXECUTIVE LIVING. Country Club. I

bath home in town." Iiw.alimminQpadLkarg.loran. paved section of Starke. .10 ACRES with doublewlde. Excellent 3BR. 2 BA brick home 2-cor garage
lee* w4lH. > ....&'-.. Erick home with many amenities.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW from this large3 level harmeam zs.r7:2B''.. fK.3BH',2BAvhra.ent: LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY In city. condition.

CRYSTAL LAKE. Many extras Including holt ftubu llliml1\ll-,ether__ "_ neat 2 BR frame home- 24500. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties


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Coil 1-755-4O4O. N. Flo. Real Estote Colleoe Ford truck or von. $150 firm. Mobile Homes and spoces for rent. thly efficiency apartments I or 2 BR., ond white. Free to good '-'-.
730NGOVERNMENT 9644876. 1/15 2tpd 1/22 Recreational vehicles welcome.: Phone call 473.2919. I/I tfnchg 473-7740 after 6 p.m.NOTICE. 1966 eMJTANG Red good cosdtion
JOBS. SI6.04OS523O TOPPER FOR SHORT WHEEL BASE 9647498. 9/16 tin MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per .. orogrrel .qoi-+ 47317: no

/ rr. Now hiring. Coll CHEVY. Slide windows with rear pass NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 month. Partially furnished. Keystonearea. collect caMs. 2-pd /22.29
I 8DI5 687.6ODO Emt. R.55o4or curr.nl through. Excellent condition. $225. BA apt. For more information call Lake 473.2026. 1/1 tfnchg WE WM.SElL .-cor for yo..and get

......01 ..... 12/11 8Tpd2/S 4737650. 1/15 4tchg 2/5 Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished. yaw n tie* joe wan*. Come wenve at
THE CITY OF STAIKE Is! accepting op- BRASS BED. Queen site complete with Housing 6/7 tfnchg Retired or handyman caretaker couple CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted our iew ....-.arran from the
plicoiMns tot air position of Finance multi-coil orthopedic mottres. set & ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel $8 preferred. $200 to $275 mo. 473.7269 or to the lake Region Monitor office ftAl'AY 2/. ft rule north

00.__. JMimmom Qualifications/" : Ap- frame. (New, never used) Still In per night. From $35 per week Discount 376.7749 or 3788622. 1/1 tfnchg In writing and paid in advance of she *ohf. 473-9943: or 473277O.Mta : .
pilKant shall have hod at least 4 ,years plastic. Cost $1000, will take$345 cash. offered for longer term. Apply in person NEW DOUBLEWIDE for rent. 3/2. unless credit i. already establnJhed /i Manor I"'i22""
Ph. 4625153. 2/5 beautiful lakeview. Century 21 $*..CHEVY ''S PU Cessam Deli,..
experience a* a fittt charge bookkeeper 1/15 4tpd Magnolia Hotel Walnut St acrossfrom with this office.MONITOR -
lot a Mumcipo' >ify" of County, GOOD FLAVORED CURTIS PECANS for Post Office. TF Showcase Properties Inc. Broker. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD AT. A*. PS. c-.... SSOrjO. 473-9043 or

Ca.eumieiiit. or bold a bachelor your folk and friends $3 per lb. (shelled APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Newly 4734903..2tpd 1/15.22 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 4173-7720. Irod.. 122FOR

. degree in accounting or _"" "'9. Submit ). 964.5990. 1/152tpd 1/22 decorated everything furnished. Laundry FOR RENT 3 BR/2BA den. doublewide CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
resume la Personnel Director, City, SKAMPER, 20' travel trailer Sleeps 6, facilities Included. Video room mobile home $275 month $100 THE TELEPHONE. SALE

of 5......... P.O. Drawer C Stork. Flo. self contained, awning. Good condition. : available. Will accept one child, no deposit 473.2931. .2lpd 1/15.22 Little lake Classified deadline is 11:00 o.mprior

32O9I. ./' 4tclig 1/22 $1,500. W. T. Smith, 9645571. pets Palms Apis., 2313 N. TempleAve. LAKE Brooklyn.COTTAGE 462.5876. 2tpd on 1122.29 to Thursday publlcot on.M'nimumcharge.,5worda.$3.50.. SOLID WOOD beat bed T* years o:d.
1/22 Itpd ., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF .
AMUNE $17,747 $63,459/Year..
1 BEDROOM Lakefront cottage. fii n i"w.y snyto.' marnremj not incsvdad. -
Now hiring Call JOBIINEI BOXER PUPPIES, 5 mos. old. Wormed & ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS NEW then IS cent.for each word thereof
.518 459' .3535 E,.. A 3377. For Info 24 has had shots. 964.6166. 1/22 Itchg AVAILABLE for as little as $50 per LAKE 4737413.GENEVA 1/22 HOUSE tfnchg for rent furnished SIDED s.twdl. ...,!bar with sideemtMunims.

hrs. I/8 3tpd 1/22 CHARLOTTE'S WEB, BIG ANNIVERSARY week or $200 per month which Includes 4732455. Itchg 1/22 A snoots i,drrd.d. good
GOVERNMENT X>BSI Now hiring your SALE I am 1 year old this mouth.: ...All all utilities and no deposits, Call co.aVfcom. JI5O fee 473773O.: 115fnchg
area, both tluCvd'' and _1..11.... For green tags $1 yellow S orange tags 964.5139 or 964.8173. 11/6 tfnchg 1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake in PERSONAL SERVICES "'
hst of jobs and ocpttcaWon.. coil ((615)) 50% off. My way of saying "Thanks" RENTALS AVAILABLE 4/1 M.H., $275; Keystone. Heights. AC fireplace. $250
383.2627..x.1501. Icon 87-13 Storke. 138 N. Water 51..964.7100.1/8 I II. $165; Tiffin, 8 Owens Property per mo. 12471604. 12/181fnchg TRAVEL TIIAA =.18T Scotfy.refrigerator.
MANAGEMENT CONVENIENCE STORE Stchg 1/22 Managers. 964.5065. 1/22 Itchg 1 BR FURNISHED MH on.moll quiet lake. PRESSURE WASHING Hawses, mobil stoiw. ba.$s. ae conoViifconer. gas. *lec-

!MANAGE. Fast food wionogement '$* HYDRASPORT with 150 Mercury. AT THE COVE: I II. $165; 2 effec. $140 $200 month plus $100 security deposit. homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free Uric: TV Used very seldom.dean .

experience __If. Salary, bonus Many extras Call after 4:30: pm all furnished except elect Tiffin & Year.round rental Adults only. No estimates. Call Rob 473-3S9O. II easy torn. S2.80O. 475-2076:

and good........fIs.Opportunity, for ad- 9646197. 1'22 I Itchg Owens, Property Managers 964 5065. pels. Call 473-9031 after 6 p.m. tfnchg ont __. Call 3533835.15 2tchg '.S BLACK FIBERGLASS TOPPER, fits 1/22 1 Itpd weekdays, anytime weekends. Must LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
1/22 short wheel base Chevy truck/with 2 BR, I BA UPSTAIRS APT., $200. 1 child, see to appreciate. 1/15 2tpd 1/22 Coil The lawn Barber 4733590. FT** WANTED

K.N. NEEDED for weekend coverage ftcall. carpet top S bottom Insert. $400 FIRM. only. No pets. Tiflm, & Owens. MELROSE AREA new 2 BR. 1'/ BA MH. Estimates. tfnchg
1/22 CH/A, on 1 acre lot. $295 mo. FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING -
Mutt have good dependable 9646816. 1/22 Itpd 9645065. Property Managers door .
IIE Ioodar.32S5OL
IIW___. Call 964.8772. UpjohnHeaHi 15FT. TRAVEL TRAILFR, fully self. Itchg 17774501. 1/22 Itpd House out of level?Call LoRu Leveling FORD -
Core Services. 1/2J; 2tchg 1/29: contained. Gas. or elec. Sleeps 4 com PINE FOREST APTS. 3 BR opts now avail., MELROSE AREA, new 3 BR 2 BA. MH. Service for all your foundation 7
SECBETAXY Pleasant. neat oppeorance.Must fortobly. $800 firm. 9647565. 1/22 2tpd Call 95, Mon thru Fri. 964.6312. 1/8 CH/A, on 6 acres with pond. $335 mo. repairs. 473-7721.: 1.1 tfncng
enjoy meeting ft working with 1/29 tfnchg 1 1.777.4501.1122 1 tpd FURNITURE B ANTIQUE RefIRi....... REAL ESTATE7S

people. Hetp with business light errands. BASSETT BR SUITE Extra clean antique TRAILER HAMPTON LAKE. Hwy 18 fur ON LAKE GENEVA between Metros 8 Hand rubbed oil finish Call Joe -

Part-time. 782.3080.22 Itpd three.quarter bed. All our furniture Is nished. Adults only no pets. $225 Keystone' 2 BR house AC. kitchen 4732521. tfncng ACRES Huah and ...,. southern
WHISPERING PINES CARE CENTER needed clean and priced to sell. Come in and month plus. deposit 4681829. 1/15 equipped clean beach private lot. DRUM TEACHER WANTED far 10 year slope. S35O9 per acre. Phone 4733371oHer :

STAT LPN s. 3 to 11 .h,'.. Call have a look. No charge for looking. 2l pd 1122WAREHOUSE $325 mo. 17774501. 1/22ltpd old beginning student. 4732368 or 2 p.... 473-7753offer 7 pm.PR.CE -
Elaine Slocum. 9646220. 1/221rchg Vic's Used Furniture. 1209 N. TempleAve. STORAGE SPACE for rent 2 BR, IV BA MOBILE HOME CH/A near 473.4984. 2lchg 1 /IS-22

PEO-O FOOD MART is now taking applications ., Ph. 964.6546. 1/22 Itpd by the month 5x10 to 10x20. 10x10 town. $250 mo. 4732566. 1/22 2tpd ALL KINDS CARPENTRY and Masonry. I 8XDUCEO. excalfan bang lot.
for full and port-time UPRIGHT PIANO excellent for beginners $35 per month Call Ron Denmark -----------. work. Additions, patios, trailer. ...... dose to ...... Priced to sell quick.
cashiers. Apply at 52O: S. Walnut St. $300. Call 7823120. 1,22Itchg 9647071. 1/15 tfnchg MOBilE HOMES FOR SALE 473 4473. 4tchg 1' '5.2/5 UtwtecI..oI Sftvfce. ....8U7. 1/22
S,...... Fl 1/2211chg 1/29 NEW 17FT. FLATBED TRAILER tandem ONE BEDROOM HOUSE in downtown ------------ LPN 10 years .experience. TIC far th. ffnchg

SECRETARY: Part-time in lowtey. w/electnc wench $900. 9646114. 1/22 Starke $75 per week 'includes all UNCLE ROY'S Mobile Homes King of young to the young at heart 473-9014. t

General clerical duties. Telephone Itpd utilities. No deposits Call 964.5139 or Service since 1946. 5% down. Select Itpd 1/22
skills typing, and the ability, to effecnveHy SHARP COLOR TV, 19 In" electronic 964.8173. 1/15 2tchg 1/22 models. sold at cost Free phone-in
deal with'" tfte public ore rnusts. If tuner, push button perfect cond. Lazy. OFFICE SPACE on Call Street next to credit, Featuring Home.. of Merit MISCELLANEOUSPACK
qualified send resume and tetter of interest Boy rocker-recllner. wood & fabric Telegraph. 600 sq. ft.. 15 by 40 feet Skyline Fleetwood and Liberty Onlyat KEVSTOME HEIGHTS 3 B.. 2 BA. CB

to: Fred Fox Enterprise, Inc., covered A I shape. Large pile of fat Phone 9646305. l/l5tfnbf Uncle Roy's,, in Ocala. 351.8514.4tchg RAT Buy. sell and trade collectible noes. on* block from schools.SSSXnO. .
litered Dearborn Baronet III TRAILER IN COUNTRY. 2 BR furnished 1/8.29 ......offer c... Isaac *olty/ .
P.O. Drawer 2OI7. Patotka. FL, stumps. items and antiques lived wrorture.
32O78-2O17 Attention Potrkio Prlc. vented gas. L.P. heater like, new big yard. Very clean 1 child, maximum. YOU PAY SALES TAX tag and title. and much *. 47S2199.19 .
W.o.. on equal' opportunityemployer. 40.000 BTU. 964.7425. 1/22 I Itpd $235 per month plus deposit. 21st & Move in today. Free credit, check by Come glassware.. for jewelry yourself. One mile mar east BY OWtfEX large 3 I bark with den.

-----------. Meng Dairy Rd. 964 6714. 1/22 Itpd phone. Only at Uncle Roy'., Ocala. stone refngerator washer dryer,
1221tdgRESPIRATORY CARE SPECIALIST .8 The REAL ESTATE 14 X 70 3 BR, 2 BA trailer, CH/A, in 3518514. 4tchg 1/8.29 of 4732183.Keystone 1,1 Heights on Highway 100. dnhwmhsr ........... $35: ODO smaltMT
tfnchg .
Lawtey Walking distance to stores. & NEW 14 X 80'5.3/2. $13.995. Only at Unite egn F end ete.ri.e % mtcTCSt morIpage. -
and Medical' Center In lake
Reception FOR SALE school $100 deposit' $265 mo. I or 2 Roy's. Ocala. 351.8514.4tchg I/B.29 BINGO American Legion Post Hwy 21 : 47.J.al'. 4\pd\ IIS-29
ButHer is applications for the afternoon 2 5. and
accepting -
Ph. 782 3000. Sunday 4 _.2''' 8A screened pool B
inside ,
----------- children. No pets 1978 LIBERTY 12X60 Stove parr
above ......_. Requires licensure, to Saturday at 7 p.m. Public invited. 1 15
1/22 ItpdIN refrigerator window air. You move. brack home. TOO ft. on road near
with'" Soec'468 of Florida STARKE S.
: WALDO clean 81 model. 14' wide $4995 firm. Call 473.9019 or 4739023. tfnchg sc*>aas.over nuance.. $SIO9.0OO.%
Statutes, and. 2 Ansawl Walnut 964 8447. Fred Sackett .
years experience. .
does Call after
C I73IH68.ttpd .
unfurnished, mobile home 2 BR Itchg 1/15 I p.m.
salary. ge is$17.627 to$29: 067. Broker John Curies. Associate. 12/18 Keystone
CH/A stove & refrigerator. No pets. 1978 LIBERTY 12X60. Stove HELP WANTED 1/15-Zft
Apply m person or coil (904) 4962222Ext. TFNA
$200 per mo., 1st. last S $100 sec. dep. refrigerator window air. You move.
176- Equal Opportunity" Employer. GREAT BUY 9 acres beautiful BR, 1
4681509 keep trying 1/22 2tpd 1/29 $4995 firm. Call 473.9019 01 473.9023. BABYSITTER-n.ededb.ginningteb.2Us LOST .FOUND
PART-TIME SALES: $IOO weekly. bath home Separate workshop & carport .
1 BR COTTAGE suitable, for single person 1/22 home 3 13 hours Must
Keystone. Itchg our days a day.
37.J..590. 1/15 2tchg 1/22 Fenced 2 septic tanks 2 wells, 12
walking distance, to town. Inquire 1987 FLEETWOOD doublewide. 3/2 have and references.
transportation OTTWBLfJR DOG nMw.enmang .. mol'.
GOVERNMENT JOBS. S4OO to SI.60O x 65 MH Included. 400 ft Hwy 100 frontage
......". Immediate openings 67500. United Realty of Starke 407 W Jefferson St. 1 1/221tchg CH/A. furnished. carport porch 475.1707. 2ipd 1 15-22 SMce -....,.. Jan. 17.found If
815-729.1444 .... J 2729 for current Hwy 301 S. 9648447. 1/15 tfn RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month storage well. Near Keystone. $29.500. EXPERIENCED Bartender and waitress cdl473-3778.: Tnchg 1/22.29
and Call Susan. F Faulkner Broker Hod I 22
up. 473.7404. Keystone. Call Patrick after 7 p.m. at
federal list. 1, IS 3tchg 1/29 FOR RENT/LEASE/SALE Lake Front 2
Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF 473 4854. 1 IS tfnchg
BR, 1 BA on acre.
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent On NURSERY WORKER for Church Services
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION is accepting Remodeled stove 8 refrigerator.
Highway 16 W. Close to prison WORK
applications for the position of Orange Park 264.6878 after 5 pm 1/15 Sunday o.m. Sunday p.m. and
964.7530 468 1323 10 10 Ttchg
or FILL DIRTDrain.FiII.Rock Wednesday Contact church office.
ReceptionistSecretary." Duties .Include 2tpd 1/22 WANTED
FURNISHED efficiencies S mobile homes
FISH OUT YOUR DOOR 2 lots. 473 7261 2tchg 1 15-22
typing bookkeeping, phon. coverage, large on
Inside & monthly JO LU
Lake 2 wells S tanks.. 2 city weekly ATTENDANT NEEDED for elderly COt.
dealing with people C filing. Submit Crosby septic
Motel & MH Park. 964.8810. 6 5 TF center. including laundry housekeeping MUDOU ACtD LADY.Id Me housework I
application and resume with salary requirements light' poles, 2 car garage. Hou.etrooler.
3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kingsley Lake. and serving meals. Apply at Park of by *e day or ........ Experienced
to P.O. Box 576 Stork, 12x68. 2 BR S full baths, largeLR Old Drain Field's Repaired j
ftor.do 32091.: 1/22 Itcrig & kitchen. 20x55 screened patio. Long Pier AC Call 964.6491 9/25 TFN the Palms. Itpd 1/22 .rd..__Pt.......4fJ82. J/22 1..4
2 BR MH, furnished $190 per month
Call 9645948 or 9646537. 1/15 2tpd
HYPNOSISPROFESSIONAL t/22 $150 deposit. No children or pets Coll' Call Day or Nite !

REPOSSESSED HOMES from Gov't from 4681323. leave message 10/30 tfnchg
ON KINGSLEY LAKE. 3 BR mobile home
HYPNOSIS "services '0'weoght SI.00 plus repairs/taxes. Throughout adults !
Heat & AC year lease no pets 4681455BROADWAY
control smoking. stress, etc Fl/Natlonwidel' Also tax properties. 5332366 12-4 TFN /
For help please coil 9644433. 10/9 216-453-3000 Ext H5117. 1/22 2tpd I
1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake nKey.lone

FOR SALE Heights AC fireplace $250
per 'mo 12471604. 12/18Ifnc"g II
i FOR SALENEW MOBILE HOME 2 BR. nice condition,

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as large private lot on Grilfis Loop.
SI4.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn 468.2374 after 6 pm. 1/15 2tchg 22
CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: "A ton anything you ft USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy EFFICIENCY ROOMS clean quite & WALTERS

-.d-A.Ies. front or rear, auto Wells at A&W Mobile Homes. 964.6407or reasonable rates heat S air 3 miles.

,,_.. transfer coses, 2 different 964.6408. 8/14 tfnrw South on 301.964.5687. 1/22 :itchg 1/29 TREE SERVICE I
types: spring .lift blocks, big U bolts. NEW 14 X BO, 3/2. 13995. Only at Uncle 612 LAKE ST., 2 BR 1 BA washer 8 dryer Removal Remodeled
Call 9645812. TFce Roy's., Ocala. 3518514. l/84tchg 1/29 hookup $260 mo plus deposit., Very
NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum' OOUBLEWIDE, 3 BR 2 BA for sole, neat & clean 964.4637. 1122 3tpd 2/5 Trimming

Measures 24x36". 25 cents_... Great. payments about $225 $500 down payment 3 BR, 1 BA HOUSE carpet stove 8 Stump Removal Hotel Rooms

for patching and ......Ir.. TELEGRAPH free delivery & set-up. Just. good ,refrigerator No pets. $350 mo. plus
135 W. Call St. 9646305. credit needed. Olins Mobile Home d.po.il.964.7047. 1 1'22 4tchg 2/12 Firewood

ROLLS OF HAY: S25-S3O. All hay under Center, Starke. FL 9645606. TFNchg MELROSE AREA, new 2 BR 1 1'/, BA MH. Free Estimate \ FOR RENTDay

large barn on west side of Hwy 16 1/8 CH/A on 1 acre lot. $295 mo.
about 7 mile north of Stark toward HOMES OF MERIT 24 X 52 3 BR, 2 BA, 17774501. 1/22 Itpd 413.1091413 1619

prison. Order your hay and leave tt full kitchen fireplace. Many extras. MELROSE AREA, new 3 BR. 2 BA. MH. -

under my bam until. you need It. Located in Starke. Call 1.322.2532 after CH/A on 6 acres. with pond. $335 mo. After 5 P.M. Week Month
Delivery available at extra charge. Arthur 5 p.m. 1/8 4rpd 1/29 17774501. 1/22: Itpd
Gaskins 782-3727 or 9646167. YOU PAY SALES TAX TAG B TITLE. MoveIn ON LAKE GENEVA, between Melrose 8 Keystone Heights

10/30 ffnchg today. Free credit check by phone. Keystone, 2 BR house AC kitchen Licensed & MAGNOLIAHOTEL
HAY: AUCIA S25 per roll at farm Only at Uncle Roy'.. Ocala. 3518514. equipped clean beach private lot. Hn Insured

Delivery _ilable. 7 mifes' west. of 1/8 4tchg 1/29 $325 mo. 1-777-4501 1/22 Itpd
Storke an Rd. 16. Jimmy Gaskins. UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE HOME, King Service 2 BR, 1V BA MOBILE HOME, CH/A, near
9648756.11/13 tfnchg! since 1946. 5% down. Select town. $250 mo. 473.2566. 1 22 2tpd

5 HP KAWASAKI GO-CART .like new, models sold at cost. Free phone-In 2 BR, 1 BA HOME: $235 per mo., $100 KANE CYCLE

S3909o48848: or 473-3627. 1120tfnchg credit. For Homes of Merit Skyline security deooslt. Call Eddie, 9647404. REPAIRUS I New FurnitureAir
Fleetwood & Liberty Only at Uncle

TINE FIREWOOD FOR SALE You load.$5per Roy's.. Ocala. 3518514. 1/84tchg 1/29 301 N e 964.5805

1981 52 X 14, liberty, Mobile Home, 2 Dodge's
load. Totum Sawmill.782369OL ..
pickup Open T. .H Wod I-1 Thin..M B let t-' Condition
12/18 tfncng BR 1 BA good condition $5,500. Land Clearing Service .
HALF PRICE"I I Sloshed 50% Our best, 782.3861 Carter Rd. Lawtey. L 15 2tpd Jw.

large flashing. arrow sign $289. 1.22,'' Must See to AppreciateAcross
Lrgl.rd..ton-arrow S279! Unlighted 24 X 60, 4BR 2 BA. newly remodeled.

S239! Free letters! See locally.' Call today Middleburg., $12.900. 282.2121. 1/22 ;

Factory: 1 (800) 423-OI63, 2tchg 1/29 "For the COMPLETE .fob' from

ui ytim*. Icon 87-16 __ __ DOZER WORK-CLAY-LEVELING "



Steve Dodae i

Tratntaaeo 904/473-7691 e Parts Repairs

iAyiEiiXGENTOUrtGUIDI I eadtxvwo Discount Price for

Tires & BatteriesY'lrQavv.

.-CIr".w.a,v3Iw/ Y.plw w MAT1IEWS+ LTY4UW.Madison
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Pharmacists.. ,. ....----... ---...-.....---=- ....._1ZI1ZI1ZI1IICett

= -::::=:: Starke FL 32091 U3. t PAMPHLETS

I'd' Vvellehl*, ;Jee'. REALTOR 904-44W .
....... '
14car. _- .sistenie.' ""' ;;"NetieBe"' Assoc. Harold Epps 961-6616 I CHURCH BULLETINS e STATIONARY

iW..r .sir s..Pr ..cAO.Ar..ww IAWTEV AREA 10 acre lot., owner
...- ..p.- NO.w5 I financing. BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS
A. -___ "'-
_._._r w sir,. r.. r3- LAWTEY 125 2 BR 1 BA, IS acres:
-ww.a mv-r -
vsaxsasrr plus extra septic: tank $60.000.

..w'-. .-LPOs. Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR, 2 BA on 2 : Our Special -

J..w.x trr.aaOerr 'large lots close to lake 590000.

oW. PRATT ST.t 3/1, CH/A, stove '
WJNH-g DIXIE i /444 DWon 1/2 ae. In town lawtey 1,000 Business Cards
refrlg., microwave oven, ceiling Ian :
--- ...;..w.Help'..-:---- great. location low down good $38. QO, Reduced to 36000.

terms.l44i LAWTEY AREA Only 10% down.
I Raised Letters Black Ink
--(S) Mobile home sites at Deer
Owner finance beautiful brick
Run. Each has Included. I plus
set-up veneer 3 BR, 2 BA, formal dining living :
oc. lots. room with fireplace, Ig. den $ 1095I
4398 21 plus ac., 4/2 stucco home 3
ira 2-car garage

Save Energy d $$ 45$65.000.**our commercial motel w/apts., LAWTEY AREA 3 BR, 1 BA CH/A, I : 1.$ plus tax

Install Custom acreage, and farmettes listings.. acre $39,000.LAKE .
Insulated WindowsCall BUTLER: 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A I Call 964-5764 Ask for Kim
Lorraine Champion Broker large lot only' .41,500..
301 Ni 22.5 acres zoned RSF or M-H I
t 'A A. Property, fronts 2 rd. Price
Hom Beautifu'' U.rd..uA.ee
s reduced $98.000 to$34.000. Has 3 BR
964-6766 944 $931U$5096 1 BA MH, 2 Ig. barns.

Ar Rentol Income A
24 hrs. Financing EDWARDS RD. Approx. 4 acres with 110 W Call Street Starke 9645764I

.... 3$ N. TCMPLC.. dbl/wlde duplex plus frame house.
STAAKE. PL 32051, Excellent Income Only 69500.
rOridAodtOroO ib,

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January 22. 1987 SECTION. Page .

t" Unioncounty Ads I

Bradford County State Attorney's ReportThe n .


Bradford Office of the State guilty sentenced to one year community possession narcotic paraphernalia, controlled substance sale or RENT/LEASE
Attorney received 24 new individualcases control followed by three possession controlled substance; pled delivery of controlled substance; LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
and/or felony defendants for years probation with special condi- no contest to possession, sentenced dismissed defendant sentenced on OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACI ? If I don have it, Til find it- Just
prosecution during the month of tions. 18 months DOC (concurrent) fin- other charges. Located In Union County Time ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR
December. None of the cases were Patricia A. Carpenter arrested ed $1,400. Inmate Robert F. Stark charged building. Call for Information. 496.2126 or .496-2903 eves. "YOUR
prison related, according to In- May 24 for introduction of contra Ford charged Oct. 3, 1980 with aggravated with escape defendant being prosecuted 4962261. If n. UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin
vestigator Wiley Clark. band; pled no contest to attempted battery with deadly in other jurisdiction.
Information was filed on 17 prior introduction of contraband, placedon weapon, aggravated assault with Michael Gibson, also known as HOMES
cases and the office declined to prosecute four years probation, must! par- deadly weapon; found guilty by a Michael Bethel, charged with con- INSURANCEMAINES
two cases. Twenty cases were ticipate In substance abuse evaluation jury, sentenced to ten years DOC; spiracy to sell, manufacture or
dismissed. court costs deliver controlled substance; insufficient INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
found in
There was one jury trial. pay arrested Sept. 1 for VOP,
evidence as to this defendant Main S'r..'. Lake Butler 4963978. repair). Delinquent tax property
The office conducted one state attorney Wanda Glover, also known as violation of probation, sentenced to
Errol Brown arrested June 27 for Complete Insurance S.rvic.tO tIn Repossessions. Call 1(805)687.6000( ) ,
investigation and filed one Wanda Thompson, arrested June 27 18 months DOC, consecutive to for list
felony appeal.: for delivery of cocaine; pled to saleor sentence serving. conspiracy to sell, manufacture or Ext.1/ISBipd.GH-1136.3/5 current repo
No judicial action was taken on delivery of cocaine, placed on five Daniel Mo ell)) Anderson arrested deliver controlled substance; insufficient HELP WANTED TWO BEDROOM HOME ON 3 ACRES with
I two cases and eight violation of probations years probation, fined $750, stay Nov. 24 for grand theft auto; ) evidence as to this defendant. owner financing and low down pay
were filed. Sixteen pleas of gainfully employed, participate in dismissed, defendant being pro- Brown arrested June 27 for $60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for remoillng ment. Call "96-3939118 4tchg 1/29
I guilty were accepted.. Three defendants substance abuse evaluaton.! secuted in other jurisdiction. delivery of cocaine; insufficient letters from home Send ...If.oddr..ed. THREE BEDROOM. 2 BATH HOUSE energy
I were placed on the pre-trial in- Richard Dewayne Tyler arrested Inmate Marvin Graydon chargedwith evidence as to this defendant. stamped envelope for In- efficient 1.600 sq ft.. 2 A/C's on 220'
: tervention program. Nov. 14, 1983 for burglary, grand battery of law enforcement officer formation/application. Astoclotes. highway frontage. One year old concrete
' Thirteen misdemeanor cases were theft; pled guilty, placed on four ; found guilty by jury trial, The following sworn complaintswere Box 95.B. Rotelle. NJ. 07203. 1/15 block-stucco $49,900, or best offer
I' filed and ten prior cases were years probation after 60 days In sentenced to 30 months DOC con also dismissed by the state at- lOtpd. 3/19 Call 4963026. 1/152tchg. 1/22
dismissed by the office in Bradford County Jail; secutive. torney's office.A AN OHIO OIL CO. offers high income,
,I December, said Clark. The office Marklee John Harris arrested July Timothy Christopher Stanford ar- charge of worthless check plus cash bonuses, benefits to mature FOR SALE
: declined to prosecute twenty cases 30 for disorderly intoxication, rested May 9 for grand theft; defendant ($98.29 to the City of Starke); case person In Union County area.
I and eight guilty criminal mischief; pled guilty to completed PTI program. lacks prosecutive merit. Regardless of experience, write P.O.
cepted. were ac criminal mischief, ordered to make Edward Cummings arrested Sept. Two charges of aggravated Read American lubricants Co., Box PLANTS FOR SALE AT MARTIN'S FRUff,
There restitution to victim. for theft dismissed defen- assault; transferred to misdemeanor 426, Dayton Ohio 45401. Itchg 1/22 FARM Bare root: apple,pear-fig $2.75,
were no petitions filed in 22 grand ; division.A p.ach-nectarine.plum $2.25, blueberry
juvenile court in December. The Frank Phillips arrested March 11 dant sentenced on other charges. worthless 75 cents. Container grown: persimmon
state attorney declined the recommendation for burglary, grand theft; pled guil- Frank Phillips arrested March 10 check charge($2,924.25 Hercules issuing ) restitution FOR RENT $10, pear-peach-nectarine-
of HRS on 14 cases. Ten ty to grand theft, placed on proba- for forgery, uttering forged check; made.A ; r.dbud.gold.n rain-crepe myrtle $5,
cases were dismissed and no judicial tion for three years, ordered to pay defendant sentenced on other charge of aggravated battery; OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE grape $3, blueberry $2. Closed Sun
action was taken on two cases. $500 court costs. charges.. victim does not wish to prosecute.A located in Union County Times Buildingat days. 4972621 Ft. White. 1/15 2tchg
The following cases received final Phillips was arrested March 11 for Debra Ann DeSue arrested June 27 of criminal mischief 150 West Main. Call 4962261. for 1/22
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John Allen McClellan arrestedOct. Wmn arrested Aug. 19 for --- air private paved road laundry and $345 cash. Call ((90..))462-5153. 1/15
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dismissed, victim does not wish\ to pled guilty to reckless display of Im- state facilities.' PINES SR.121. east Lake SWEET POTATOES $10 a bushelCall
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Inmate Jimmie Lee Tennant arrested sentenced to one day BCJ with credit
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secutive with time now serving. for introduction of contraband into HOUSE FOR RENT Two bedroom, one cu. ft. freezer $125. CAM 4962105.
Joseph Luke arrested August 25 county jail; pled guilty, placed on bath. Completely renovated carpet,
for worthless check ($100 to Winn probation one year, participate in stove, refrigerator $200 per month. YARD SALE
Dixie); pled guilty, placed on five alcohol counseling, pay court costs Paint & Body Shop First lost. plus security Call 496-2995
years probation, ordered to make and attorney fees in amount of David Lawson offer 6 p.m. 1 22 4tpd 2/12
restitution and have no bank check $1,000.)) COs CHECK US OUT Clean rantol PORCH SALE Saturday January 24. 9
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Ricky Floyd Newby arrested July possession of contraband; pled guilty lust
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20 for burglary pled guilty and was sentenced to 18 months DOC,consecutive 229 NW JON Butler Call 4962366 Itn/chg Itchg 1/22 _
sentenced to two years Departmentof 1/22 CARSTRUCKSLATE
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years probation to follow with Sept 22 for burglary of occupied FLORILAND PERSONAL SERVICES
special conditions. dwelling, battery; pled guilty to battery BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALES rrJ: MODEL CARS AND TRUCKS Tradeins. -
Newby arrested July 20 for placed on one year probation, Ph 7823172Mon. thru Sot. REALTY Financing. MILLER'S AUTO SALES
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case dismissed, defendant sentenced costs. Drainfield rHAL/OIl'
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on above charges. Timothy Lee Tyler arrested June Top Soil- 393 N. Tempi Av. 9t/pd. 1/29 SALES Main Street Lake Butler Itpd.
Ronald Sedgwick arrested July 11 14 for possession of cocaine and White Sand V.rnl. P. Odom Broker-CHI 1/22
for burglary, attempted robbery, possession of drug paraphernalia; for Ponds --- -- ---- MOBILE HOMES
battery; pled no contest to burglaryof pled guilty to possession of controlled
dwelling (Hurst's), sentenced to substance, given four years probation !INVESTMENT PROPERTY R.al flexible MISCELLANEOUSMAC
six months community control and ordered to pay $1,000. with qualifl.d buyer. 12 x 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1
followed by 4'2 years probation. Ralph Lamar Gilpin arrested June "Beautify Your 'FISHING IN BACKYARD 2/2 Brick. 1/2 bath central heat and air Must THORNTON'S THRIFT SHOP at
Becki Jo Sullivan arrested July 15 14 for possession of cocaine, posses Home"Q CH/A. 3 plu. ocr... see to appreciate $6,000 Call Anderson Court on SR1OO Appreciate
for introduction of contraband; pled sion controlled substance posses- PRICE LOWERED Middl.burg area. .4960071 12/4 tfn/chg donations. Call Evelyn Kelly 496-3810
guilty to attempting introduction of sion drug paraphernalia, carrying Cut Brick Siding 3/2, '/. acre In country. Hi HOMES OF MERIT MOBILE HOME Itpd 1/22
contraband, placed on two years concealed weapon; pled no contest or Cut Stone 0'/, ACRE CITY 2/1 (Bedrooms '.>i> $10.000. Call 496.3193. 1/8 4tchg 1/29
probation, ordered to pay $300 attorney possession controlled substance: ; :I Vinyl SidingAluminum new) stove, r.frlg., near school MOTORCYCLES
fee.Shirley placed on three years probation, fin Siding 012 X 70 MOBILE HOME plus moll NOTICE
Ann Williams arrested ed $1,000. colla g.. Lot xlie 100' X IIS. --
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Pike' III H SKCTION January 22, 19111 _

I Martin Luther King-..-; Day.. S

from page I generally regarded as one of the featured speaker and civil rights community choirs and another song urging that the "dream he had for person who believed in non-violence I
tin Luther Kings's "1 Have a finest examples of American worker from Alachua County, led led by Mrs. Lavon Drivas. all of us" be continued with increased above all" and was a firm believerin
Dream" !speech was given by Allen speechwriting and is credited with the group in a "rap session" about Public officials giving tributes to attention to problem areas for the progress through peaceful con-
Rogers. creating the beginning of a national civil rights and other issues of con- Dr. King Included Mr.Finley J.Dun- black community in education, frontation with authorities.
This famous speech, broadcast focus attention on the civil rights cern to the black community.The can, Superintendent of Public family structure and dependent King was ordained as a Baptist
widely across the nation after the movement.Mrs. Schools; Travis Woods, ViceMayorof children. Minister at the age of 17 and his
civil rights leader gave it in a huge Annette Pusateri led the speech"I Am Somebody"was the city of Starke 4nd Bradford "The strongest tool we have in our struggle was marked by "working
rally held In Washington D.C. and group In a song next on the programand delivered by Ms. Denise Revel County Commissioner Lawrence fight is still a good education for solutions", according to Mrs.
printed in books about King, is then Mrs. Jerri Singleton, followed by another song by the Mosley. each and every one of our children," Singletary, which the clack com-
... Following a song by the community Mrs. Singletary said. "This Is the munity "now has to take up the
"" .., -- choirs, Ms. Catherine Johnson Introduced struggle we have to carry on. He challenge to build those solutions in-
Local j Mrs.Singleton as the main (King) hus given us the dream, now to reality for everyone concerned".
speaker.Mrs. it is up to the rest of us to carry it After another song by the massed
Singleton, when grew up in out." choirs the entire audience was led
fl Alachua County, is a member of the Mrs. Singletary emphasized that in the famous protest song"We Shall
Black r NAACP and gave a strong speech Dr King was a "caring, Christian Overcome".

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January 22, 1987 B SECTION Page II

I News Briefs I

Man ArrestedFor The cause is undetermined pen- Recent ArrestsIn William Holbert Berry, HI, 24, of surety bond was posted. for DWLS, according to Patrolman
Forged DocumentsA dine further Investigation. Bradford Myrtle Beach, S.C., was arrested Victor Roy Bearden, 33, of Best. He was released after a $210 I
Firefighters responding were Rus- CountyThe Jan. 18 for DWLS according to Jackson County was arrested Jan. 15 cash bond was posted.
man who allegedly forged ty Barrett Rex Seimer Tom Rowe, following arrests were made Trooper D. C. Roberta. He was
locuments totalling over $3,000 in Chief Hardee and volunteers Brian by local authorities in Bradford released after a $210 cash bond was -
'event months has been Davis Jack Nun- .
returned to Stephens Jimmy County. posted. 'Y' .> "' '
tarke to face charges. nery, Duncan Sinclair Charlie ,;,: /.w-1#

David Charles Phillips, 19,was arrested Schaefer. Betty Ann Harris was arrestedJan. Herbert Edward Herndon, 20, of GRFRS ':
last week south of Daytona in 16 for disorderly conduct, according Lawtey was arrested Jan. 18 for
Volusia County and detained for to Patrolman Kathy Best DWLS and improper tag accordingto "
Bradford County authorities. He 1 MSIOtNTIAl' COMMI [OAlMNOU4T;(
was and Patrolman Kenneth Hinds. Trooper J. H. Horler. He was !
IISVDF Fire Hint
returned to Starke Jan. 15, accor- released after $251.50 surety bond
Bond was set at$100; she was released a JAX 771-4340
ding to Deputy Eugene Lee. Charring of wood and blistering of on her own recognizance. was posted.
Phillips, who gave a Marion, Ala. paint around the furnace and/or 6641 lO3rdST.GAINESVILLE .
address, recently moved to Starke. vent pipes Indicate excessive Samuel Wesley Cothran, 32, of Alex Mitchell Downing 34, of 376-4677
He is charged with uttering a forged temperature and may cause fire. Lake City was arrested Jan. 18 for Alachua was arrested Jan. 14 for STARK 964-7725
document, according to InvestigatorDavid disorderly intoxication, according to DWLS, according to Trooper
Aderholt Emergency Dial 911 Investigator David Aderholt. Roberts. He was released after a Fast Friendly LP Gas Service
Jan. 19 additional of
eight charges Cothran was allegedly causing a $210 cash bond was posted.
uttering a forged document were disturbance at 301 Liquors. lie was
placed against Phillips. released after a $100.75 cash bond Terry Bernard Long, 28, was arrested EAGER TO SERVE YOU
During November stolen checks Jan. 14 on a Putnam County
from Duval County on a closed account Driver was posted. capias charging DWLS (failure to
were cashed in Bradford to Lt. Glen Line of Heaters & Grills
AccidentA Bobby Lee Cohens, 16, was arrested appear), according Complete
County, allegedly by Phillips and Saturday Jan. 13 for violation of proba- Moore. He was released after a $504
others. A
juvenile arrested in
Winn Dixie the after Brooker man was charged with tion (lewd and lascivious assault)
day Thanksgiving CALL COME BY TODAY!
Bondwas or
acci- Glen Moore.
with one of the checks. Addi- DUI after his vehicle caused an according to Lt.
tional arrests are expected pending dent on US-301 south of Starke Jan. set at $3,000; he remains in

further investigation, said Aderholt. 17.Ira custody.
Bond was set at $5,000. Phillips, Lamont Strawder was arrested -
whose nickname is 'Roadrunner' remains for driving under influence John Duane Campbell 39, of
in custody.Unoccupied. and driving while license suspended, Orange County was arrested Jan. 15
according to Trooper William for violation of probation (posses- J3O1 Auto Parts
Abrams when he drove his 1984 sion of a controlled substance a
House Subaru from the shoulder of the Union County charge), according to
Burns in StarkeA roadway into the path of a south- Deputy Doug York. He was relesedon
bound 1985 Subaru driven by Jack his own recognizance. U.S. 301 in Waldo
vacant wood frame structure at Alexander Heim, 20, of Gainesville.
428 Andrews Street in Starke burned Helm's vehicle struck Strawder's

early Tuesday morning. vehicle and was spun clockwise Traffic [4682588Repair I
Firefighters were called at 2:14: striking a culvert in the medium.
a.m. to the address where the struc- There were no injuries listed in the Ralph Norman Jarrett, 69, of
ture was fully involved in flames,according 9:50 accident. Damage to the Lawtey was arrested Jan. 17 for
to Fire Chief Dwayne vehicles p.m.totalled $3,000. driving while license suspended
Hardee. The fire was quickly (OWLS), according to Lt. William Parts for the Do-It-Yourselfer
brought under control but the house Strawder's blood alcohol contentwas Tillotson. Jarrett was also chargedon
was a total loss. according to a capias with DWLS (UailUe.t to
.13 percent
At this time the department has Abrams. He was released show for a nonjury trial). He was OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
been unable to locate the owner of Trooper surety bond was released after a $500 cash bond was _
the the house yard. which had a for sale sign in after posted.a $572.50 posted. Monday Friday 8 a.m. 6 p.m.

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issued by troopers but personal with 63 percent of the ladies wearing halp.She will hal four tloknaia,JOur.or,....,
observation Indicates the young and belts and only 56 percent of the men jour worrlai file rill help fan la "attar
elderly are 'buckling up', accordingto buckling up. Front seat drivers ((59.5 Jobs more messy.I..10.....,la I lo.a,marrlata
Sgt David Goodner. Not complying percent) wore restraints more often and haw la wla! use ana pa la..,raw PLANNING A PARTY?
is the 30 to 45 age group, said than did passengers (57.6 percent) in lucky numbers" and ..t..,hara la find bet LET US BE YOUR
Goodner, again, Just a personal the vehicles. The highest seat belt articles,haw la rtmo.t a curl tr Mia, aril
observation. user rate was found in Tallahasseewith aya,or any othtr bad liok.SUtar PARTY PLANNER!
"While I used a seat belt,I was nota 70.9 percent usage. The lowest Sophia Riyltne Suoeaadt WharaOthari
believer until a recent trip to was in Ocala at 46.5 percent.In Rau Faust """" PRICES EFFECTIVE BEGINNING
Hourti 10:00 a.m. -8:10: p.ffl. T Da y. "" THURS. JAN. 22nd. THRU w
Tallahassee where I reviewed 250 the Gainesville area 408 drivers .......Stuki t Lnl,.."., Ml 1 a
homicide reports said Sgt.Goodner.It were belted of a 714 observed. Of 473 Private Contullatia. ((904)) 7123125LawnGarden WED., JAN. 28th.i1sr N R -
was determined that 120, who males 245 were belted while 231 .,/." I.II.'J'.,.. III MS..10....

were not wearing seat belts most females were belted of a 371 observed .. ..;;
likely wwnWhave survived.ha&they -- ( niE KEri
been 'buckled in'." 1
The AAA Clubs of Florida last aloe
week conducted an observational & NurseryProfessionals on.uul
survey of safety belt usage in 16 opI + mal,4
counties which indicated a substan-
tial rise in compliance with t Mr. Boston
Florida's seat belt law. ONIAOL.rIQ Seagra'S
Usage rates are up due mainly to 539 E. Call Street Starke
the increased public awareness and OPEN 9-5:30 Call 964-5743 RIVA 800VODKA /
the in- -- -
media exposure -
itiation of police enforcement activities _oooo_. .- -------00---- ...._- j
beginning Jan.1 when law of-

ficers became authorized to issue Scamper's Gardening Tips.... 1.75 LITER i6 OF LITER. Seagram'sExtraJDrg
$20 citations to violators, accordingto Plant Seed Potatotes Now S9JOI. ti''
Peninsula Motor Club's safety -j BiiS r><
se 1 F ,*
director, Kevin Bakewell. AAA is "Tatars" as we call them are easy to plant. Just cut ; r
hoping for a 1987 average rate of 60 tater In half or quarters (each piece must have an 59.50 999 bGin'or
"eye"). Let them dry til the cuts skin over. Then
percent. plant about 6" deep and 12 to 15 Inches apart.
About 90 days later... "Bring the oil to a boll"...
French Fries.

Red Pontiac White Kennebec

<: 290 989VAPAM
Regar, Jr. lb. 25 50 IDs. 849 lb. 50 Ibs.

Butler Charly died Regar Thursday Jr.,,Jan.69, 15 of,at Lake the -.. ....... .....--.. ..... .....--..-.- ..... ... ._.. SCOTS RPNRICO

Veterans Hospital in Lake City --.-..-............ -- .....-.-.. .....- GREY PUERTO RICAN
following an extended illness. 11 1

Mr. Regar was a life time residentof NURSERY SPECIALS DELUXE SCOTCH BLENDED
He retired from ... -
Union County. .
H1>M aiM'fc ll"* U- afr M" tj tffcj IT" UT
Hercules Power Co., and worked in Soil Fumigant as.BO RONRJCO
the Union County school system in PottedKills ?5O ML. LITER GOLD

the maintenance dept. for several weed seeds fungus disease Apple Trees 25.4oa CASE k., 33.8 01.
years. He was a member of the Hamalodes and Insects. To give your 99 OF 12
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day garden the best start apply with &-8 ft. 5 71'00 IfAr CASE OF 12
Saints and a veteran of WWII. watering can or hose end sprayer. 699
Survivors include his wife LucilleS. Gal. covers '00 sq. ft. $999 83.00

Regar; mother Eunice Regar of
Lake City; two daughters Mildred 799
Crews and Sandra Clark of Lake ONLY Camellias I I ul
Butler; three sons, Eugene Regar of ,
Columbus, MS Wilbur & Rongald Qts. Only 2" $500
Regar both of Lake Butler; two

brothers, James and Max Regar, ..--..-- ..... -..- -..--- .....-
both of Lake Butler; two sisters
Tweety Ash Lake City and Letha
Mae McCorkle of Jacksonville; Y?

twelve grandchildren.

Graveslde services were held Sun- TILLER

day at Douglas Cemetery in Lake A WIM KENTUCKY BOURBON ..
Butler with Bishop Ernest Peacock rr..t:

officiating. Archer Funeral Home of I U 75 LITER ..;;. m 'a: :. CASE 750 23.*01.ML.
Lake Butler is in charge of ar M.1 01. OF 12 B I.,
rangements. Makes Gardening Fast & Easy ., CASE rp, ; 1
OF 6
Charles E. Zipperer More Enjoyable Less Work'' 107.00 1199 :.i'A; eel, ln'.nirv.d J

Charles E. Zipperer 56, former Model 904 d#{",,,, -
resident of Starke died Friday, Jan. Rear Tina-4 HP 4' rrrr r... 0ii
16 in Jacksonville.A -:.. ,
Co Mr. ZIp- Forward Reverse ,
native of Hamilton ,
perer was an insurance salesman.Randall """'tIo.'r:::::;, :
Survivors include one son, ( _
Zipperer Gainesville; two sisters,
Mrs. Mary Lou Connelly of c9qWI'A..
Gainesville and Mrs.Janice Selph of 49999

Montgomery, AL; four grand- Ijer
children. 24 a month 990 : Navalle Wines
Funeral services were held VJ/ Be ""'
Wednesday in Harry T. Reid FRENCH COLOMBARD
Funeral Home in Jasper, Fla. Burial Model 990 BLANC DE BLANC
was in Burnham Christian Church 5 HP Model Rear Tine 8 HP Rear Tine 6-PAK CASE BLUSH CHENIN BURGUNDY BLANC

Cemetery. .O 4 Speed & Reverse rYllllrYn/1 p ( .RHINEROSE CHABLIS
5 a:'S 269 1065

Card of ThanksThe 699" 849"Y 3 LITER .;
family of Glen Richard L 12 01.CANS. 659 101.tol.
wishes to extend their
Kirkland 38
y a month NAVAILE WINE
thanks to the Keystone Hospice and 3Z' .a..monthto MIX OR MATCH
all other friends for their kindness qualified buyers to qualified buyers A CASE OF t
> prior to and following Richard's I 's':"' 25.75
death. .. :
Love. Complete Pest Control Service Inside & OutCall 964-8745
J.T. Nettle, Ruth and family ,




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I Drunken ]Driver Sentenced to 30 Years After Bridge: AccidentA i

23-year-old Jacksonville man the request of state prosecutors. the influence of alcohol on Nov. 15, was repairing the bridge in April was suspended at the time of the ac parking lot. He then drove to In-
who killed Randall McGee of Starke Judge Oliff said the guidelinesmay after a week-long trial. and May.Diotte cident. terstate 95 and was beading northbound -
has been sentenced to 30 years in be appropriate for regular Judge Oliff said he exceeded the was killed instantly when Donald Falcon, half brother of in the southbound lanes for
I prison. manslaughter cases, involving driv- guidelines because of the emotional the car hit him and his body was Randall,said McGee's death has lefta more than a mile..
Scott L. Miller,who plowed into an ing while intoxicated, but not for hardship to the victim's families the McGee about 30 feet on the bridge. void in the family's life. He drove past a Florida Highway
overnight construction crew on the Miller's case. vulnerability of the victims and was knocked about 40 feet in- "The pain and agony is immeasurable Patrol trooper who stood atop a concrete
Fuller Warren Bridge, killing two "This is a case of carnage and Miller's disregard for the safety of to the St. Johns River and his body ," he said. He said he barrier waved his flashlightand
men and severly injuring three destruction on a grand scale under others. was found 62 hours later. hoped the judge's ruling would serveas yelled for Miller to stop. Miller
others, was sentenced by Circuit such incredible and horrifying circumstances "At the top of the bridge, his Another worker was knocked into a strong deterrent to other people then drove to the foot of the bridge
Judge R. Hudson Olif who exceededthe that the recommended speeding car plowed into five the river ', the car which crushedthe who drink and drive. where one crew of men had been
state sentencing guidelines of 7 guideline sentence is unconscionable workmen-scattering them like pinsin worker's ankles. His pelvis was Assistant State Attorney Jeff working, forcing them to dive for
to 12 years and rendered the highest ," Judge Oliff said Monday a bowling alley,Judge Oliff said. broken after he hit an iron bar dur- Ricke recounted the hours before the safety.He .
possible sentence under the law at during the sentencing. "This case is so shocking and brutal ing his descent to the river. The May 1 accident: drove further and hit the open
"These crimes were so horrifying, that it gives new and terrifying worker said he has not slept without Miller was seen late on April 30 ina door of an equipment truck. More
outrageous and heartbreaking, that dimension to the crime of dreaming of the fall since May 1. convenience store in which a men dove for safety. After Miller
grown men cried in court as they manslaughter." Another injured worker is now in a woman said he was drunk. He later reached the bridge toll gates a
Starke described the carnage and death Killed in the May 1 early morning wheelchair, his legs were broken in went to the Centerfold Lounge on the workman yelled, "Hey bud. the
caused by the defendant's drunk tragedy were McGee, 32, of Starke more than 100 places. south side of Jacksonville where he bridge is closed. You can't go up
driving." and Stanley Diotte, 22. Both men Miller whose blood alcohol con- made arm-wrestling challenges. A there." Miller then accelerated and
Miller was convicted of two countsof were part of a Wood-Hopkins Con tent was .19 percent the morning of bartender refused to continue serv- drove onto the bridge.
manslaughter while driving under tracting Co. construction crew that the accident, has been arrested 16 ing him because of his drunkeness.As Then he plowed through the work
Fire times, including three alcohol- he left the bar, his vehicle hit a crew before stopping and walkingout
Dept. related arrests. His driver's license truck and a fence before leaving the of the car.

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ReportThe __ '.tlf.:. SALES SERVICE
.. r 202-31 'I 5 er.
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.. .'" 1 Vi MILE SO.OF 218 ON 21 i.( 2070 BLANDINGMIDOLEBURG/
Starke Fire Department ''t' BLANDING BLVD.
reports a relatively safe 1986 and ,' '
hope for an even safer year to come, .. y, Ask about our PIQ3 and Product Iz:8:5J
according to Lt. Rusty Barrett. a iip Protection Plan V III i_ IIII
New equipment gained with some
additional forthcoming and an em-
phasis on education, it is the wish of b1) L TACKLE & MARINE BOATING& FISHING
the firefighters to provide a profes- ENTHUSIAST'
sional and efficient'sevice to the
citizens of Starke and Bradford "

The Department responded to 232 j1-
calls during 1986. Five calls were to 112 MAGNUM
major structure fires,with none pen- "tiDnr.onTraitrMadn.iisliP -r
ding investigation. 'r.w+-=-. fLwT&TTrollngMIr,8atrDOY.S.s. :\.-_."... ..__
Fifty-two calls were to assist Prop,C,G.Pack Rigg' .d ft Ready Only -
Bradford County Rescue, ranging
from Cardiac arrests to patient -- '- '..- .- $10 475 t=_
packaging. Twenty calls were for '
extrication using Jaws of Life. New 4-II Officers... : _
Thirty-two calls were for vehicle Broukrr 4-11 officers for 19S6-87 were elected recently in Brooker. .T : I
fires and 24 others were for vehicle From left to right: Stephen Gainey, Vice-President; Sarah Crews,
accidents requiring the road to be President; Patricia Bath, Secretary and Treasurer and Club Reporter ti ALUMACRAFT SUPER HAWK WITH
washed down. There were 19 false Tommy Hamilton (standing in rear). Drive on Trwler. Manner 30 its T.....Mraae..r.
alarms from mechanical call stations = Depth rW,cc.radalgg.aaR.adr
Fifteen calls were to minor -.
structure fires, with five more callsto ONLySSI9SSTOTTCRAFT
fires that were confined to small
areas. Twenty-three calls were for
smoke investigation. Five were
special assignment, these calls were 'u-s 91etda'4 ,
to assist other agencies and variedin v ,.

Seventeen nature. times the department @ glean 7) 146
responded to brush fires and the WITH

county volunteer fire departments ;7 118 S. Thompson Street 964-4151 Drive on Trailer,40 HP Trailing Mtr t Depth "' ++w, ,,,,_, ?r+v '
requested mutual aid six times. All ,-- Finder,Boner/,C.C.Pack Rigged ft Ready
of which were to major structure
fires. SALEChristine $5995For
Starke residents are reminded to
use 911 when requesting any type of Only
emergency service. This will save
the caller time and help will be $2800
received even faster, according to Perms . . Reg. 'w . . NOW

Lt. Barrett. Frostings . Reg. '25' . NOW $1500

II III F Sale Good through February 4, 1981

I "That man is richest whose pleasures "We Like to Keep Yon Looking Good"
are the cheapest.
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