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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 29, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Inside.Two..Sections at ,'v."e Bradford County FEB 06)98) ?


SECTION Ai 9 ".11.'
Outside... Hard. N.I.I.: SINCE 1879

A weak cold front moved through N. Florida yesterday, and a Editorial Pogo. . . . . 4A
warming trend Is expected to follow. Th. Soclol Scan*. . . . .S-A
There is possible showers today (Thursday Jan. 29) or Friday Public Nolle*.. . . .. ?7A t .JQ.wi
but scattered clouds and no rain is predicted. The warming trendshould Sport. . . . . . .. ....A I/, "
see a high of 68 today and In the low 70s by Friday. Low Fri : (\ ,
day in the 50s. SECTION .: I] ".11." jiN f. I"1 ..J'
Just under two inches of water fell in the heavy rains this past Th,.. Crofttos. . . . .18 '\ Gla i 'I 3 I a 'In.
week 00..d..2. r.oJ'\/1,1/ / F .
The Santa Fe River is reported near flood stage by Suwannee FAA lUqumt . . . . .JObltuarla 1111'" < \.\1..1 .. .,
River Water Management District. Flood stage is 19 feet at *. . . . . ..4B 'o'() \ \"-o \ ...
3-Rivers Estates and 20 feet at the SR-129 bridge. The river is expected ffA..'.. . . . . . SB, ,' I' I \ 1\ .1 \ ....
to be at 20-21 feet. High Sp..d Chat*. . . . ... '. \ *
August rainfall is 8.1 inches.September 5.48 inches, October 3.64 ...dl.d Adi_ . . .,-'. ,t'.1't Strawberries I This Side I of Heaven
inches, November 1.96 inches December 3.08 inches, January 2.8 Nws Brlf., . . . MB X -.i Year
inches and February 3.43 inches. A,.. Crlm Boat. . . 11-12 ., ,,- --,,',\ (*'j ZHlhlMHUe Thursday STAKKK.January K.OKIIA| 2V.I0H7 25 C'SI'S Cents WI2-700 Copy

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Chamber Banquet Set Saturday,





1 Ray Norman is New 'President .


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Red Michum, a graduate of the in business! administration.The willegar and Terry Vaughn will be
University of Florida who hails filling uncxpirfed terms! of L M j I!
from Alabama, will entertain Banquet... Gaines and Scott Roberts, respcclively. ("

members and guests Saturday The banquet will be held in the Na- Newly!: elected members are: I
night, Jan. 31, at the Chamber of tional Guard Armory at Camp Blan- Eddie Douglas Susan! Faulkner,
Commerce banquet and annual ding, beginning with a social at 7 Bernie McFadden, Linda Patrick,
meeting. p.m., with dinner being served at Orian Wells and Richard Well)'
7:30. The 10 other members are
Michum, an offensive tackle on : Carolyn Autry, Steve Futcli, S L
the 1950-51 Gator football team, was Jack Eckdahl managing directorof Peek and Bruce Scott, Ray !Norman:
.r / inducted into the Gator Hall of Famein the Bradford-Starke Chamber of Len Schlofman, Evelyn Chastam,
tI t\ 1951. He was also the Master of Commerce said there are a limited Reggie Flynn, Bill Marchese! and j)
Ceremonies at the 1951 Gator Growl, number of tickets available in his of- J.E. Tomlmson.!
fice. Call 964-5278 if have not
the only student ever extended the ph. you
N'N honor. He returned again in 1967 and reserved yours. Tickets are $15 Several awards will be made, including
1973, the only person ever to MC the each. citizen of the year,
kNew growl three times. humanitarian of the year, and twostudents
The Annual Meeting... of the one for Brad-
Michum is an "honorary sheriff, year
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named by the Florida Sheriff's Incoming officers for 1987 will be ford High and one for the Starke
I Association. He is also an honorary seated. Center of Santa Fe Junior College.
Chamber of Commerce Officers.. member of the Florida Blue Key New officers are Ray Norman, Outstanding projects within the
Society. president; Susan Faulkner, vice- area will be recognized.
Kay Norman, left executive vice-president of the of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce. Employed by a local firm in his president, and Len Schlofman, Master of ceremonies will be
Community State Bank and active in agriculture as Realtor Susan Faulkner Is the new vice-president home town of Ocala, he specializesin treasurer. Chamber Executive Director Jack
I farmer and with the Cattlemen's Association is set to and Starke optometrist and school board member Len "Supermarket and silo dedica The Board of Governors will seat Eckdahl.
be installed Saturday night Jan. 31, as 1987 president Schlofman Is the new secretary-treasurer. lions," says Michum. His degree is eight n >w members Byron. T(>r- Outgoing president is John Miller.





'Ul0JZt4 1 2-2 Vote Stymies Torode Gas RequestBy I



Horse Show...

The Lake Area Horseman's Buster Kahn before being resolved Jan. 5 by the two vehicles at the time." ed, Ruckdeschel told the board that Replogle read excerpts from the
Association is sponsoring the 3rd BCT Staff WriterRichard commissioners. The zoning board Replogle commented that a rulingby "you are being asked to destroy the zoning manual, including a portion
annual Fall Fun Show set Satur- Torode representing came up with a tie vote both times, the board of adjustment is final neighborhood a little further." which states that zoning code CN

day, Jan. 31, at 9 a.m. at Krimps Torode Oil Co., was stymied by the before the commissioners rendereda and cannot be appealed to the board Ruckdeschel reminded the board provides for stores and other
Ranch, SU-21, Melrose. Board of Adjustment in its regular 4-1 final decision. of county commissioners. Any appeal that Torode had opposed the facilites to meet the needs of the
For more information call Paula meeting Tuesday, Jan. 27, when the from the decision reached by building of a restaurant on SR-16E, neighborhood.
Champion, phone 473-3096. vote was tied 22. Spirited Discussion... the board in this meeting can only be near their Kingsley Lake home, and Ruckdeschel again addressed the 'I'
Torode may apply again, when all Torode made his request for a heard by a circuit court. the Clay County Zoning Board had board, saying the neighborhood not
Cut 'N' Cook Clinic... five members are present. special exception to the board of ad- ., Board member Spyros Drivas asked the "guts" to turn it down. He said"I'm only did not need the store, it did not
about an existent eastwestdrainage making a request now to turn want the store. In fact, many
Robert Scott
Feb. 2, local cooks Board chairman justment very short, stating that
Monday night Torode in ditch, and was told by down Torode's to in a residents had signed petition to
lessons in cutting fish who has supported prior Torode Oil Co. wished to install gas request put
can get up administrative deny the rezoning of the lot, following
was absent, leaving only Janet Turner, zoning gas station.
requests
and poultry and a demonstation in pumps in connection with the proposed the
original request.
assistant that there is easement
four members to hear the petition. no
convenience store. He
wok or stir-fry cooking. recorded for the ditch and Drivas changed the subject of
Torode Oil Co. requested a special Ruckdeschel brought his discus
The class begins at 7 p.m. and presented a site plan, although the ."I'm confused
discussion ,
install a therefore, it is not maintained by the sion to close by to the board by saying
exception to gas pumps on saying
will be in the kitchen of the plan may be changed to meet requirements and terrified. we may be violating
Agriculture Building on US-301 lot located on the corner of SR-16E ,of the Suwannee River county. "You'll-be telling homeowners to Drivas said while
state statutes,
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north in Starke, at the fairgrounds+ and 13th Street'' (Flume Road). Water Management District Torode Barney Ruckdeschel resideptof 'go to heW,,!! you' 'apaprove" this re. holding the alleged senate bill up for I
itothe. .
Alan.Doaglaspltensionhome. .Torode was ,successful; \getting the pointed out that state see.
economist, will demonstrate cuttingup lot rezoned to CN (commercial are quite stringent in reference to request. Ruckdeschel spoke at In response, Torode corrected the thoroughly confused about what are ,
fish and poultry. Ron Buchele, neighborhood) in early January, to the installation of gas tanks, requiring length"in opposition that issue to "spot not location of the proposed restaurant our responsibilities and authorityI'm
4-H coordinator, will demonstrate allow the building of a conveniencestore monitoring wells to detect zoning although was mentioned by Ruckdeschel, tellingthe demanding we table the issue
before the board at that time.
board that the request was to
stir-fry cooking. but without gas pumps. Under leakage. and get an opinion from the county
Some 25 persons attended the the CN classification a special exception Board member Rip Replogle asked Ruckdeschel presented a paper, locate the business on CR-16A, the attorney. I don't want to make a dou-
first session this past Monday is required to sell gasoline.The how many pumps will be installed purporting to be a copy of Senate Bill old road that skirts Kingsley Lake, ble mistake."
night. rezoning of this lot has been and Torode replied "we handle 3 1-3-58 which stated that spot zoningis nearer to homes than SR-16.
before the zoning board twice, and grades of gas plus diesel fuel. We illegal. Admitting that the zoningof (See Torode Request..p.2A)
Discussion Continues...
the county commissioners twice, plan one (gas pump) island, serving the property has been accomphsh-
Call-In Program...


assist is A offered morning senior by citizens call-in the Starke service who Police are to alone 1986 Was a Good Year, Local Businessmen Say ..1

Department, according to Chief -
Jimmy Bowen. Sales were good in 1986 up from permits were issued lor renovationsor the zoning board later this month, to Wells also reported an improvement escalated, a remark luvrd( more
To become involved in the program 1985 in most cases, but cost of doing modifications of existing struc- accomodate a nursing home. in the product line particularly than once. L
a citizen is asked to register business was also putting a tures, during the year. the addition of fuel injection for
with the Police Department, then squeeze on profits up local Bradford County residents did not Car Sales Good... pick-up trucks. Furniture Goes Well...
call in before 10 a.m. each day. businessmen say. forget their churches. Permits were Two of the three new car-truck Law rence Mosley! reported his used Ken Grider, manager of Denmark
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will Janet Turner, assistant zoning issued for 5 new church buildings. dealers reported a good year in 1986. cars sales have slowed, but- not Furniture Co.. said furniture sales!
check on those citizens who have director reported 785 permits were There were 75 permits issued for Byron Terwillegar said "We were because of the economy. His part- 101' the past >ear were good with
not called in. If there is no answer issued during 1986, for a total of commercial buildings, including the real happy with total volume for last ner, Levon Andrews is engaged in sales being created( from tour areas::
a police officer will visit the $11,635,331, down from the prior Winn-Dixie complex for an year, and look forward to even bet- construction of the Winn-Dixie 11!New: home construction.
residence. year's volume of 12739000. Ms. estimated( $1,200,000. The neW ter sales in 1987, since we have the building, leaving car sales to suffer, 2'>!Nc\v: families moMng into tOil u.
Chief Bowen reminds the public Turner said the zoning office issues Burger King on the corner of product line people want" for the moment. However, !Mosley 3'Families' upgrading their homes!
that the service is available. approximately 100 permits each Lafayette and US-301S, estimated to Orian Wells, owner of Orian Wells says they are not abandoning the used by mOl ing into larger quarters, and.
year for single family dwellings, cost $270,000, and renovation of the Chevrolet-Olds dealership, also car business, but will return to -I Replacement of furniture
with 93 having been issued last year. sold section of the hospital.Ms. reported a good 1986, and expects to full operations\ when the construction because of normal wear and tear.
Upcoming... There were 85 completions, ready to Turner reported an application maintain or better his volume in is completed. Mosley said Grider says the area is prow ing and
-A discussion of the Job Partner- be transferred to the tax rolls. for re-zoning the former L.D. 1987, with the addition of two new automotive repair business is good
ship Training Act is set at the Permits were issued for 2 Vining property, currently owned by cars the Chevrolet Corsica and the even set a record last year, but the (See 1986 Was Goodp.2A
Chamber Seminar-Luncheon set at duplexes and 238 mobile homes. 378 Bryon Terwillegar will be heard by Beretta to be shown in February. cost of doing business also

noon today (Thursday, Jan. 29) at

S.the Temple Western Ave.Steer in Steak Starke.House on County Under DER Pressure on Solid Waste Disposal I


-The'Starke Zoning Board is set

to meet at 7:30: p.m. today (Thursday in the study, and Putnam formerly with the county Road Department county shall monitor quarterly, all private
deadline for joining
Jan. 29)) in the Starke city by Buster Rahn for late admis- has been employed in this capacity. wells within one mile from the landfill property
hall. Main business will be a rezon- BCT Staff Writer may face a financial penalty Eliminate the acceptance of bulk liquid line. No one has dared an estimate of cost
ing request for a second nursing Bradford residents face millions of dollarsin sion.DER counties to ( tank) waste at the landfill. if contamination is found.
the septic
allow
home lor Starke. costs for solid waste disposal in the next has agreed to Eliminate all stockpiles of yard trash and The consent order provides for a DER
few years, costs the county currently has no operate at less than 100 percent but compliance the white goods within 30 days (of signing consent penalty of $10,000 per offense, but states that
The annual meeting and banquet way to pay. during the 24 month study, reserves if the order). DER will waive its right to to seek civil prosecution
of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of No one knows yet how astronomical the cost right to require 100 percent compliance Submit a surface water management plan for operating the landfill less than
of garbage disposal will be, but for the past counties fail to meet certain requirements withinan DER if all requirements of the
Commerce is set Saturday night, director for outlined in "consent order," which Bradford within 30 days,and implement the plan regulations,
Darrell O'Neal a
several weeks ,
order met.
consent are
Jan. 31, in the National Guard Armory additional 14 days.
at Camp Blanding. Make solid waste disposal, has been extremely County has not yet signed. Submit to DER a schedule of closure for
busy working on landfill and related solid O'Neal briefed the county commissionerson Landfill Costs... \
reservations calling the exceed 2 from signingthe
by the landfill, not to years
waste disposal problems.The the contents of the consent order on Dec. 5,
Chamber, 964-5278. as soon as The consent consent order. While there may be some costs for which I
to bring solid waste problems their regular meeting.
pressure 1986, at
number documentation been made
possible. The attending limited time scheduleis 9 of which Submit to DER reasonable estimates have not ,
under control within a order contains 37 requirements,
needs to beJinown financial responsibility for if contaminants are found,
definitely as especially
demonstrating more
form. The
both self-imposed and mandated by the O'Neal objected to, in its original
maintenance of the available for to day
soon as possible. Department of Environmental RegulationDER commissioners assisgned O'Neal to represent closure and post closure some figures are day
landfill, once closed. operation, in compliance with the DER
( ). them in negotiating the issues with DER.
Registration for baseball will be The consent order allows the counties 24 The county shall comply with longtermcare guidelines.The .
the topic at a meeting of the Use Limitations... months to complete the study,and establishesa requirements of DER. county has budgeted $52,773 for solid
Lawtey Little League set at 7:30 Under the forthcoming rules use' of the regional landfill, or individual landfills, as waste disposal. It has also budgeted $131,009
p.m. tonight (Thursday Jan. 29) in Bradford landfill\ will be restricted to Bradford determined by the study. O'Neal said the Tough Requirements... for mosquito control, 95 percent of which is
said O'Neal.
the LE school cafeteria. County residents. study will take 12-18 months,leaving a year or To say that the cost of solid waste disposalwill spent on solid waste disposal, control
The Bradford County Commis- O'Neal had set a January date for identifying less to acquire land,hold public hearings, perform increase is an understatement, since The state participates funds in the amounting mosquito to
sion is scheduled to meet at 9:30: Bradford citizens who have an inherent engineering studies and implement the essentially, each requirement by DER will In- budget with matching of the total.approximately I
a.m. Monday, Feb. 2, in the cour- right to use the facility, and collecting fees at operation, an Impossible requirement. The crease expenditures. There are two areas in O'Neal has$31,000 compiled, or 25 figures percent, indicating an
thouse on N. Temple Ave. in the site. That date is now set for Feb. 2, with alternative, to refuse to sign the consent which total cost cannot be ascertained at this additional $64,200 will be required to meet
Starke. vigorous enforcement within 60-90 days Out order, puts the county in immediate "out of time, but could be astronomical.The In addition to the above expenditures -
The City Commission of Lawteyis of county residents will have to look compliance" status, and will bring the full first cost, closure of the landfill, is cer- DER regulations.O'Neal it will require
scheduled to meet at 7:30: p.m. elsewhere for disposal of solid waste. weight of DER down on the county. tain. Estimates of closure run to $75,000 per to,fund the five says collection sites the
$100.000
Monday Feb. 2. Most inconvenienced will be southwesternClay Bradford county is taking steps to Immediately acre, with 20 acres at the Bradford County each thereafter.The .
first and year
The City Commission of Starke Countf.residents who now use Bradford comply with many of the re Landfill on SR-100S. The county has six other year, $79,000 hire caretaker to man
Is set to meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, landfill facilities, rather than driving all the quirements imposed by DER in the consent sites, not in current use, in which solid waste is each county of the five plans collection to a centers. Under the ,

Feb. 3, in city hall. way to Green Cove Springs to the only Clay order. The more important requirements are has been buried for many years. Nothing but new rules, all white goods and yard trash will
at the moment,
about them
The City Commission of Hampton landfill. noted: being said Old not be allowed at garbage dumpster sites, but ,
is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues- Implementation of a ground water they also come under DER jurisdiction. will be required to be hauled to the main land-
.. located Brownlee
day, Feb. 10. DER Requirements. monitoring plan. Bradford County has put garbage dumps are on
fill. I
The City Commission of Brookeris DER has Imposed stringent requirementson down five monitoring wells in compliancewith Road,Samson Lake Road, Hampton, Hawley and;::
set to meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, all counties in the state for the handling of the request. and will begin testing waterIn and two near Starke, on Edwards Road Funding...
with Bradford County being near Laura Church. Closure of all current and
Feb. 10. solid waste, the near future.
The BHS Alumni Association is representative of other counties in N. Florida. Assign responsibility for operating and former dumps and landfills could ,exceed Where will the money come from? and
set to meet at 7 p.m. Feb. 12, a Alachua County has taken the lead in forming management of the landfill, and make 500000. Two counties in the area Union
Thursday, in the school library. a group of 13 counties including Bradford regular reports to DER. Commissioners have The other potentially expensive operation Gilchrist, have already taken and steps businesses.to place
the Implementation of to the position. pertains to the water monitoring wells. In the assessments on home owners
The Board of Directors meets at seeking to delay named O'Neal
6:30: p.m. B-Books remain on saleat regulations by entering Into a DER approved ..Assign a full time on site operator to event contamination is found the county Is required Bradford commissioners directed Property
the Chamber of Commerce and 24 month study. Putnam County Is requesting screen incoming waste and tabulate the to submit detailed engineering plans Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez to begin locating !

Mitchell's Drug Store. For more Information permission to join the group, making It the amounts and types of solid waste being for leachate controls and liner system that the see Solid WasteT..p.3AI :: ) I
Furthermore, II
call Linda Hildebran 14th county in the study. DER had set a generated In the county. Donnie Wise meets DER regulations. II I

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Enterprise Zone

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ti LiA.1-dinator Jim Dasher sales taxes on materials, refund up
.T r t announced the approval of the to 25 percent of wages paid to
1 A, Starke Enterprise Zone, effectiveJan. workers for the first year, or
1,1987.Grant possibly two years reduction of
Administrator Linda Day licensing fees, and other conscs-
and Dasher will attend a workshop sions. Anyone considering buildingor
in Tallahassee Feb. 17, to familarizc renovating a business or
themselves on applying for benefitsby residence in the zonearea,should investigate
qualified business people and the opportunites affordedin
residents living within the boundaries the enterprise zone program.
For further information contact
Benefits for businesses and In- Jim Dasher in the Enterprise Zone
dividuals building or renovating in office, located next door to William's
the zone, which includes most of the Jewelry Store on Call Street, Phone
city of Starke, include waiver of 9648902.
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I t... .. : .. n, I by Buster Rahn on paper each projection from
BCT the sidewalks of the downtown
Staff WriterEngineer
I target area, which Includes Call
Freeman Has Call Street On the .. Jim Robinson, retainedby
Register Apartments Way. the City of Starke to handle the Street from US-301 east to the
railroad, and Court, Walnut, and
The east end of Call Street is coming back to lire as Gulf Oil dealer dates back to 1888 and which stands on the corner of Thompson and East downtown revitalization project, Thomspon Streets between Madisonand
Freeman Register III develops apartments in the old Richard & Pace Call Streets and has previously been redone. presented updated plans for the project Jefferson Street.
General Store, the oldest building In Starke dating back to the 1850s. Each new apartment will have a separate entrance onto the new deck. and discussed the closing Jefferson "The project is on schedule, and
located next to the railroad. It is former and housed tht'Starkt"s St., between the railroad and
a general store
Each is two bedrooms kitchen, living/family room and bath. Register Is Thompson Street. will remain so" said Robinson.
earliest casket business.Register also redoing the store building below. Shortly the building will take on anew The council directed
appearance as the exterior painting begins. Register says. attorney Grant News...
plans three apartments In the Terence Brown to with the
second story of the building,one proceed
Only problem so far Is the time taken to make the renovations and the
to include the old freight wheel used to haul paperwork to accomplishthe Grant Supervisor Linda Day requested -
heavy freight to the second necessary
spiraling costs, which will make rents higher than usual for the area.
floor. Stairs and a second story deck have been erected for access. however, nice closing of the street. the re-appointment by the
Register
plans on having apartments. Robinson, a vice-president of the council of the 10 task force membersto
is with three there is
Though Register starling apartments room for
Register also owns the former Bradford County Bank building which right. Jacksonville engineer firm of work on the second phase of the
England-Thims and Miller. Inc., the commercial revitalization project .
complimented Welch for the qualityof which was approved. Ms. Day
the work done for the city in plotting then asked that one of the countySee
I the renovation of the downtown
1986 Was a Good Year... area. Welch's crew had to locate and ( Downtown..P.3A)


(from page IA) his 1 lirm enjoyed a good year, and he Newspaper ads are usually an excellent -
barometer of a town s finan-
sales will continue to be good in 1987. thinks gasoline sales will continue at
He reported excellent sales since a high level, as long as prices stay at FORD MOTOR COMPANY &
Christmas. $1 per gal. or lower.
He looks for some increase in cial health. The Telegraph increased -
Record at Mitchell's... prices, if OPEC can cooperate in volume slightly even
Bobby Autry says 1986 set a recordfor t their endeavor to control production. though some of the larger stores TERWILLEGAR MOTORSNo.
sales by Mitchell's Drug Store, Torode does not plan any major ex- made changes that tended to
but like.Lawrence Mosley, he men- pansion in 1987, but will upgradesome decrease advertising revenues for
tioned the high cost of doing of their retail outlets duringthe the time being.Small ads are up con-
business. Liability insurance for year. siderably, and new business will becoming
pharmacists is extremely difficult to on Imo 'later\ in the year. Team Around offers ..
gel. Autry said the price isn't Visitors Helped Out...
necessiarly the problem; insurance Fred and Pat McElroy who own The real measure of a *6 Yr. 60,000 mi. Power Trans. Warranty
carriers just aren't writing that type and operate the Starke KOA Cam- community's financial health is
protection at this time. pground, had a good year thanks to recorded in its bank deposits.: 6 Yr. 100,000 mi. Corrosion Warranty
Autry said Mitchell's enjoyed a 15 the cold weather in northern climes, Farmers and Dealers Bank in Lake
percent increase in both phar- early in the v'al'Advt'l.tising Butler report deposits up 7.5 percentand
maceuticals and counter sales. In- retained earning up by a whopping PMMBMMMHH
dependent drug stores are cutting Holds Up... 42.6 percent #1
Program
back-on inventories not related to _
the medical field, and concentrating \ ..... .. I ..... t f '
their efforts toward patient carr,.: 'rI
said Autry, thus counter sales are
closely related to perscriptions fill- J 2.4 36
48

ed.Building Was Good... RON ein MonthS Months Monlhsg.9 I 60

1986 was a good year for building I 90/0
contractors, said Clermont Bizier, DENMARKINSURANCE :. 3.90/0 5 %

veteran homes. manager for Longchamp 'ij f .,:' gl't1onths-9.0

There were more housing starts in r
the area in 1986 than in prior years, plus
and after the first quarter in 1987, -
business will pick up again. I 'I on manual trans.
Bizier said his firm gets frequent 9647071E i 1. $30000
calls for quality rental property in ,$60000 ESCORTS
the Starke area, and cites the need '
for additional apartments and 2117 N. Temple Starke Auto. Trans.CASE .
duplexes. He said there are a II BACK TEMPOS
number of vacancies in town, but
quality rentals are hard to find. Celebrating Our 4th Anniversary MUSTANGS
Bizier thinks interest rates will not _. _
stay at present levels, but will go up CALL FOR QUOTES Includes GT! :
during the next quarter "Right now I I + '
is a good time to build," said Bizier. .

Auto .. ..... "
Lots of Gas Sold... Homeowners pwrwf -- '. --- :i. "
Richard Torode, speaking for the Life I -
petroleum industry in the area, said Mobile Homes -

.Torode. I I

.. Call Ron for Information on Mini Warehouse Rental

from page IA) for just completed units. Fully! Loaded

Replogle said, "It has already "" .J xww, ,
been rezoned." v arri nrr ,r.,
Drivas asked, "What are our ___ __ 'n IF _
rights?"

Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal If you own vacant property (lot or lot with
advised the board that only the coun- "GL" Sports 2 Dr.

ty commissioners had authority to vacant dwelling) within this area in Starke 2.3 EFI, 5 Speed Manual _
request an official opinion from the
county attorney.However,the boardof and are interested in selling, please con- Alloy Wheels, Manual, Air, Discount

adjustment could seek an opinion Linda Jim Mich. Tires., Bucket Seats, $115B0I&MILYOWNED -
through the commissioners, said tact Day or Dasher at 964-8902, ]
AM/FM Stereo, Prem. Sound,
O'Neal. Monday through Friday 8 a.m. 12 Noon 1
Drivas again said "I'm ; Power Steering, Power Brake,
thoroughly confused." p.m. 5 p.m. Clearcoat Paint. 5 ONCE 195 8 9 9 5
Drivas made a motion to requestthe
commisioners to ask for an opinion I
concerning validity of "the
paper," holdingtheng up the copy
presented by Ruckdeschel. The motion

O'Neal died for told lack the of board a second.a motionisn't Bronco II & Rangers ((4x2 & 4x4))

necessary, that he would be ,

glad sioners to and contact request the county an opinion.commis- Reduced Interest or Cash Back


Conflict of Interest...?
Ranger XLT
Torode raised the issue of a possi- .
ble conflict of interest by Drivas, Special Value Package
since he lives in the area.
O'Neal answered by saying that in PINE ST3EET LOADED
order to qualify for conflict of in- 1=
terest, an individual must receive ria b
some personal gain in the matter at o :: $8995
hand, and clearly Drivas does not G
meet the criteria. His living in the -< P Factory Air
area does not constitute a conflict,
although he may personally oppose V'f '.
.
the =,, arn
request_ r. .'100 Deductibleon

The Board Motion.member.. Mark Harden- .- -f :.WI.:.; Power Trans We Will Save You $$$$

brook moved to approve the requestfor KELLER STREET _
gas pumps,with limitations: A 30 '
foot buffer to be retained on the TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
south and east sides of the property .
and the right of the board to approve

Starling the site plan.seconded Board the member motion.Morris Hwy 21 Keystone Hgts, 473.3673.206rW. Madison, Starke, 984-7200

When the vote was called for,
Jax 388-FORD G'ville 3771096I
Hardenbrook and Starling voted for
approval Replogle and Drivas voted OLD LAV/TEY/ ROAD .. _
"Na)'."





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McKeown Brings Expertise to Economic Development Project i i I



li> Ruler Stall VUiti-r ItiihnlUT ol economic development for 12 was attractive because it joined the Reserve Officers Training assigned to Ft. Lewis, Washington, late Charles W. McKeown and Francis !
with the title of
"I 1 years exe<<:utivevicepr"ident challenge to create a new Corp. (ROTC He commissioned and the rank of !
to
see Hriidlonl County as a 'dia- for the 10 was promoted Major.He Sheppard McKeown, were living \
mond in the rough' with excellent During his tenure, the past GainesvilleArea years. development fresh organization, in June, 1950, but was allowed to attended the Command Generat in Gainesville when Chuck was born, '
opportunities" said Chuck Chamber of Commerce was in- sidered approach. Although he continue working toward his degree, Staff College in Ft. Levenworth, although he was born in Pensacola.His .
McKcimn, executive director of strumental attracting number of Starke Chamber several did other offers, a BS in business administration.In Kan., before being promoted to Lt. mother was visiting her home in ,
Itrudlord County Economic commercial enterprises to the coun- to relocate his family not require 1951, McKeown was assigned to Colonel, and transferring to Miami.In Pensacola when Chuck decided to j
I Development Corp. ty, including Bear Archery and IBM. although he and his wife are active duty, and reported to Ft. 1965, Lt. Col. McKeown received make an early appearance.
The Gainesville! to High Springs cor- sidering moving into the Rnd"P Jackson, S.C. After 10 months, he an Army Advanced Degree Young McKeown began school at
ridor, with commercial ventures lining area, from Gainesville.A was transferred to Korea, a* Chiirles U. MtKvown, 57, organ Highway 441, is ((testament the major factor in his assigned to a rifle platoon regimentin Miami, receiving a Master of year of operation. In 1941, his father
work Friday, Jan. 16, in his newly success joyed by McKeown and his accept the Starke position, was the 2nd Infantry Division. Science in Psychology, in 1967. an ROTC instructor at UF. was call-
created position in temporary co-workers. commitment of the people of McKeown was wounded in Feb., Following cOllege Col. McKeownwas ed to active duty and the/ family
quarters, located in the Chamber of to go forward in bringing jobs 1953, and returned to the states in assigned duty in the war zone, In went to live in Pensacola for the
Commerce!! building on S. Walnut St. :Move to Slarke... the community. McKeown said May Pleiku, South Viet Nam. A year duration.
While McKeown currently has When asked why he would leave 70 or more commercial firms to In June, 1954, McKeown was later, in 1968, he returned to the
papers covering a long conference Gainesville for a position in Starke. tribute a substantial amount assigned to teach military science, states, with duty at the Pentagon, Chuck McKeown married the
I table, the situation will change McKeown replied. "I wanted to money to the cause shows not as an assistant professor at working in Research and Develop- former Barbara Morgan whose
shortly, with the purchase of office return to full time involvement in commitment, but Georgetown University, In ment.In home is Montgomery, Ala., in 1953.
furniture, approved by John Miller economic development." showcase the many assets of Washington D.C. He received his May, 1970, he was promoted to They have three sons and a
Chamber president. ford County. captain's bars in April, 1956. full colonel, and transferred to the daughter.In .
McKeown said he had supervised McKeown brings From Georgetown University, Univ. of Fla., to become a professsor
economic development for the past supervisory experience and McKeown went to Ft. Benning, Ga. of military science, and director of closing the interview,McKeown
McKeown comes to the Bradford 10 years but since being promotedto tional background to the for a year of infantry schooling, ROTC programsCol. emphasized that the "attitude of thecommunity"
facility from Gainesville, where he the position of vice-president in executive director for prior to going overseas, once again. McKeown retired in July, is the most important
was working as the Director of 1976, he was not involved in full time development.A The next three years were spent in 1974. criteria of success in economic
Economic Development for the responsibility for recruiting commercial graduate of Pensacola Naples, Italy as U.S. Troop Commander development.
Gainesville Area Chamber of Com- ventures for the area. High School in 1946, in the NATO Headquarters. The McKeown Family... Bradford county people have the
merce. lie was employed in the held McKcrmn said the Slarke position enrolled in the Univ. of Fla.. In 1161! ) he returned to the states, Chuck McKeown's parents, the right attitude McKeown says.



Downtown Project- Updated... .. I

from %,\)
commissioners be page added to the task be completed by Oct. 39, 1987, with families during the time their homesare ol either unit, following an inspection the National Main Street Program.In probably requires the expendituresof
various slops to ho completed at of the two units by Ms. similar amounts the
Day
order to provide liason with/ the during suc-
forcebin under repair in $575,000( and making application to the
Councillman Charles Schaefer.Main .
of officials. The council Housing Rehabilitation Project.A Florida Department of Commerce, ceeding two years, to be raised by
concurred,and Mayor Vernon Silcox designated limes during the interim and W Mobile Home Sales bid the city is making a three year com the participants. If accepted into the
agreed to contact Commission period.Ms. $13,235 and John D. Brown bid Street Program... mitment to continue main street program, the city will hire a "Main
Chairman Lawrence Mosley to request Day reported the receipt of $13.676 on similar, but not identical The council retained Ms. Day at revitalization. The Main Street pro- Street Manager" to assist
an appointment. two bids by local dealers. to supply a units. Both met bid specifications.The $40 per hour not to exceed $750, to gram requires a minimum expen- businessmen with handling problems
The schedule calls for the work to mobile home for use in re-locating council approved the purchase xvrilciirui pphl' ll ion to he included in diture of $32ooo) the first year, and and coordinate operations



Church Site Solid Waste Problem... Zoning Sought for Proposed Nursing HomeByron I

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Is ApprovedFor from pafjil..\ Summing It Up... Terwillegar owner of the homes or duplexes. Exception 5 provides I
L.D. Vining residence on W. for only Zoning Laws...
mobile homes throughout the county "Bradford County is not unique, convalescent-nursing
the first step in a special assessment says O'Neal. "There are 13 other Madison St. in Starke, has requestedthe homes, within the R2A designation. Janet Turner, assistant zoning
for Bradford residents. counties banding together to seek city zoning board to consider director, said Starke land use and
RezoningBy Alvarez expects to complete the solutions to the same problem." rezoning the property from R1A to Nursing Home... management plan does not providefor
R2A, with exception 5, which the of schools
mobile home survey in August providing provides Investors must secure a "cer building ,churches,
Buster Rahn ample time for the commis- Duval County, Northeast of Brad- for the building of a con- tificate of need," from the Florida hospitals or other facilities in
home.If residential
sioners to consider a special assess- ford, is seeking to locate a landfill on valescent/nursing Department of Rehabilitative Ser- areas, although such I
BCT Staff WriterA ment, and the information the city zoning board recom- facilities are normally found there,
getting to 800 acres of land near the Duval-St. vices (HRS) prior to establishing a '
request by building contractor Tax Collector Esther Hall. Johns county line, and the residentsof mends the request at its regular nursing home. A certificate was and most cities provide for their be-
Steve Cubbage to( rezone a small To raise$560,000 per year' for solid St. Johns county are contesting meeting at 7 p.m. tonight (Thurs- awarded last year to Florida Con- ing built "where people live."
parcel from CI (intensive commer- waste disposal the assessment day, Jan. 29)), and the city commis- valascent Center (FCC) of The new land use and management
cial) to OR (open rural) to ac- woud! have to be $80 per household, the placement of the landfill near sioners approve it Feb. 3, Ter Tallahassee, to allow a second nurs- plan due to be issued within
comodate a church building was approved for the estimated 7,000 households in their area. Locating a landfill site, willegar plans to move the two story ing home in Starke. the next 12-15 months, will providefor
6-0 Tuesday night,Jan.27.by the county. with Alachua County near the brick home to the east side of the lot, R.L. Little and Associates, "people oriented" facilites, suchas
the Bradford County Zoning Board. Union and Gilclhrist Counties center, will pose a similar problem, leaving some 315 feet frontage on Nashville, Tenn., planning a joint- those named above, to be built in
The County Zoning Board was have opted to collect the since no one wants to be neighbor to Madison St. In the request to rezone, venture with FCC, met with the city residential areas.Exception .
chaired by vice-chairman Rip assessments! through the tax collec- a landfill. Terwillegar excepted the east 100 council in November 1986, requesting -
Replogle in the absence of chairman tors office, along with real estate feet of the lot, for placement of the the city to authorize the Review..
Robert Scott. taxes. Bradford commissioners will O'Neal says, "legislative action, house. firm to issue tax-free revenue bondsto The city zoning board will also
The parcel, approximately one probably utilize the same procedure. and DER regulations required to Immediately behind the lot there finance the facility. That plan fell review the six month special exep-
half acre, joins the Cubbage property If so. the assessment will be on the meet them mandates substantial are eight acres, plotted on the city through when the principals were tion approved for Betty N. Warren,
on SR-lOOS, and fronts on the land owner, and renters will pay additional financial responsibilities: fnap as "open land and conservationarea unable to secure the land they who is operating a job placement
railroad and the highway. The land, through higher rents, not through individual and leaves Bradford County ill ," which will require an amendment wanted, and tax free revenue bonds service from her home.
zoned CI some four years ago, will assessment. prepared at this time." to the land management plan. were phased out Dec. 31, by state The six month exception began
become part of a larger parcel Zoning code R2A provides for law. last July, and will terminate this
already zoned OR if approved, said multi-family units, single family month:
Cubbage.
Cubbage told the zoning board that _
he is'a minister! ,arid wished t bUild _
a church oa Ihe property JnJ.d".1ae STARKE i '
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plank to movd his cabinet iaes COHMUNITfBIBLE CHURCH OF GOD Ii L :
making some 2 acres available for CHURCH WAN'T'E'DNew
the church and parking facilities. 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445

Zoning board member Spyros ,? Walter F. Monlz. PastorWe
Drivas questioned Cubbage carefully JfeirMjfirri; ; 'it' : torfctta invite you to worship with us.
concerning plans for a school or Attended Nursery
educational facility on the property,
and Cubbage replied there are no Sunday School 10am
plans at this time for such a program Morning Worship 11 am
but did not rule out future [veiling Service 6 pm Broiler HousesCargillParamount
plans. Wednesday! Youth . 7:30: pm

Cubbage told the board he plans a
4,000 sq. ft. building, which will seat
"about' 300 people. The present
asphalt-topped parking lot will ac-
commodate some 50 cars, but plansare
under way to black top additional CARGILL Poultry
area for parking.
Drivas made the motion to ap-

prove Blood the request Drive which carried 6-0. "BIG 10"Count ,



( 'em. )
..
For Alvarez Set 'U Due to the increas-

There will be a blood drive this
Shrimp
week for Starke resident Mark Lee
Alvarez who is in St. VincentsHospital ing consumption of
in Jacksonville in critical

condition.The Bloodmobile will be at Lake Dinner poultry and with the
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Butler today, Thursday Jan. 29 at
the Lake Butler Hand Surgery

Center.You may also contribute Blood at Fresh cole slaw Natural-cut rapid population growthin
Jones Funeral Home in Starke. french fries
Alavarez is suffering from heart
disease and has had five bypass Two hush -

operations.All puppies Lemon Florida the Jacksonville
types ure needed and will be ''r- ,;, -r% \ wedge ,

exchanged for any type contributed. -44,_ .-'


Correction! broiler operation is

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In the Jan 22. issue of the '
Telegraph in an article the school
board Director of Operations Leonard : currently conducting a

Register, was quoted as saying ,
"we don't have any preventative :
maintenance." The quote was cor- search for new housesfor

but Register pointed out that a w o... ........... .
reader might take it to mean that

there is no preventative Ten delicious ,- Cocktail sauce contract
maintenance on school buses since growers.For .
the quote followed a paragraph concerning handbreadedfried
bus inspections and repairs. shrimp
Register said Bradford County has $3.69
an excellent program of preventative
maintenance on both school
buses and heat and air conditioning.When SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY Further
the question of preventative
maintenance surfaced and Register AUYextCanEatCounbyStyle Information
responded he was speaking in
reference to roofing, masonry electrical Fish Dinner $3.99 Please Call t
plumbing and carpentryareas Pining Room Service Only
of concern, said Register.
Register told the Telegraph that 2644001or
he was quoted correctly, and the MONDAY & TUESDAYBiteSize
areas mentioned above are lackingin
preventative maintenance. Shrimp Dinners
Register also points out his depart- 18005236022to
ment issues blanket purchase orders Two Complete Dinners for $4.99Captain

for as much as 90 day periods. It is have a .
not unusual to buy only small

days amounts period against,such as a puchase the$30 mentioned in a 30- Ds' Cargill representative work with you on getting

in the article on a $900 maximum
his into the chicken business.
purchase order. Register says I
staff does get several bids on even @. If f
small items purchased. gVcat little seafood place i
The Telegraph regrets any e
misconceptions written in the story. !
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Did You Know. Quadruplets Were Born long ago) in Starke ?




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The following fascinating bits of information Remember when... on S. Thompson Street, in part of the be was not stuck in up over overalls his position patched, went in

about early Starke were compiledby The Dillaberry cottage, where N. Sternberg's building now owned by Vaughn Paneling about the seat town with yellow blue velvet... ,(Note: von
the late H.E. Lagergren. residence now stands, was the only Shop.) count
Kirnv who claimed to be a German ,
surveyor/newspaper writer, and were house on Walnut Street, except for a log Ginned cotton was packed in long bags lived! to the two-story house across from
pubuaned in The Telegrapu w inn i* J8. house at the north end, where Britt Mima, pounded down tight with a pestle wielded office,which has been enlarged -
post
We are reprinting them after some updating colored county commissioner, lived. by a stout colored man. (Note:Starke had present Hotel.)
and is now the Magnolia
made necessary by the change in (Note: the Sternberg house mentioned is several cotton gins when cotton was a tug

location of certain landmarks mentioned, now occupied by the R.A. (Buzzy) Green money crop until destroyed by !the boll Do You Remember

and other explanatory notes were added. family...) weevil in the"teen"years before 1B2D. That quadruplets were born to a colored

The column was headed "Remember The railroad depot stood where J.W. An- Remember when_ s woman Just north of Starke... That tea
When," but of course no one now living drews' automobile emporium is now bushes were once so plentiful around here
drive her cart to
would remember when these things hap- located. (Note: Andrews was the Ford Mrs. Dennison used to that many people drank home-grown tea...
pened back in the 1880s and'90s. dealer at that time and his showroom was town, seated on her horse a :long rifle in In 1888, when yellow fever raged in
in the cart, ,
her lap, and her daughters i
in
Jacksonville,letters and parcels coming
The only four-wheeled vehicle in town was
from there were pierced and fumigated
owned by Capt. J.C (John Cbarlesi:: )
with sulphur making the post office personnel
Richard. (Note: Capt. Richard pronounced sneeze while they sorted the mail...
etHTORJALS
CIf the
Ri-chard' was co-owner Rural members of the school board, who
first big merchandise store in Starke:alas
were afraid to enter town because some
a state legislator, member of the 1865 Constitutional here Insisted
fever refugees had come on
"H 1111 J D' Convention and organizer CIf a
holding their meetings out of town...
local militia company in the Civil War.}

The four-wheeled vehicle mentioned was The notorious negro desperado, Harmon
horse drawn, of course. Murray after having been shot to death

near Archer, (by a relative wanting the
Interest in Better
Zoning On the site of the Comer L. Peek
reward), was brought to Starke and the
residence stood a two-story log house,One
body turned over to Sheriff Plen Crews,
only hotel in town. (Note: The Peek:house
because two of the dead man's victims
Should Result in SFCC CourseThe was later occupied by Judge E.K. Ferryman many
had lived here... Cain Leonard, a colored
and family Mrs. Perryman being
: farmer southwest of Starke, buried
Col. Peek's daughter. The site is now usedas
surprisingly good turnout at last which could well spread and destroy the a parking lot by Terwillegar Motors,the ttne *hr1llillllR\Y dkffim c jffinrfify att fg mare the body in his private burial ground...

week's zoning workshop, which at- character of the neighborhood. house having been moved to N. Church (Rome, tout gmltuqa cite word had wmtlteruneanmg During the night the body was disinterred,
the head cut and carried and the
off away
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tracted a standing-room-only crowd Street, and is now occupied by Mr. And
Therefore, no special exception or in Bne and BejSLj__Maples along body was suspended by the feet to two pine
was indicative of the increased atten- variance may be granted if it would Mrs.Randy Johns.) West Cads Stowtt wee t pamnecH white to saplings...

tion that county and city officials, as result in the property in question The only milk to be had was Borderi's allow: late anjjnt imsttcos to find!their way
and and the !frame-. :Men bctawen B9t> and 55 of (Note: One of the men killed by Murraywas
:
well as their planning zoning becoming spot zoned" according to the condensed at 25 cents a can, unity years
Sheriff D.L. Alvarez who shot
80 to the :box at wane ireqnunKd' to week the! county was
boards are giving, and must continue to Supreme Court ruling. "parlor matches" came age
of five cents a box... Most farmers used only mads SEMsraQ dugs each yeast. and. T.A. while heading a posse that attempted to arrest
to the principles good zoning.
give According to existing court law, spot "scooter" plows, requiring eight :furrows ltinigtd: theaehofane immune Murray by surrounding a house just

With new comprehensive plans con- zoning is invalid where some or all of between two rows of corn; no fertilizers used Sbutkfanes I to dig !ffimrj[ ; Butt aArag CaUStraeft. south of Starke, where he was stopping

forming to State and District plans, due the following factors exist: ; ten bushels of corn to the acre.. ... overnight with friends. Legend had it that

to be submitted by July 1990, it is impor- 1. A small parcel of land is singled out Farmers penned their cattle (to keep !the Cipt. EtF.. Yiotik* Ubr! county curl,and Starki"Murray's with head intent was to cut have off and the brought brain examined to
the members of such boards be soil fertile) enabling them to grow Sam ffJHTiniHr nailed for their
tant that for special and privileged treatment. ftmIF": wee by a physician in an effort to
well informed to the theory and delicious yellow yams for sweet potato"pone" Hong amdIl nroms bdunfis tflkafl made) their
as prac- discover what made Murray so vicious.
avoid 2. The singling out is not in the public ... lives ani erattQe_ Bud Ward,, a cripple ,
tice of good zoning in order to This story, of course, has not been
mistakes in the future. interest, but only for the benefit of the made tthe(grafts tttkatt oBww tarn;wagonv butt verified.),
costly Horse races and gander pullings
landowner. were their! way fflhraugjb! < any onwiid along the
Scott Koons of the North Central held here almost every Saturday. 'Note: steet.Mayor AIL.worn Rum,to show that (To Be Continued)
Council told 3. The action is not in accord with a
Florida Regional Planning ,
the group that case law evolving from comprehensive plan.

court decisions over the years have The courts have also held that

established the principle that spot zon- because these principles have been No Funding for Vo Tech in New Budget Protested

ing is not a proper exercise of zoning violated in one instance of spot zoning, it

authority because it permits land uses does not justify additional spot zoning in
that are incompatible and unrelated to the same area. An "Urgent Call for Action" was 'Bent ttirnf;mrapoKsfl wiuM fee toend fedbral funding of a program that has economic development -
in the this week to members of :the American tim pnngjnHm i uugniiwennfmX.,. and pro as its purpose? We can only conclude
surrounding land uses area con- The principles of zoning will be Vocational Association in the wake
cerned. treated in more depth at a planning and President Reagan's 1988 budget proposalto tIui ale rose: poureuBs and! fice of Management and Budget, and even
Koons emphasized that the purpose of zoning course planned for one night per Congress calling for the elimination all funding Zero Dollars -for vocational the uncararesade ,and ettkess the American taxpayer.
week for
the zoning authority is to regulate land 14 weeks at SFCC Starke
educational programs in the U.S. "They are not listening to the thousandsof
use for the benefit of the community and Center this spring, with Koons as in- The current 1987 budget appropriated Protest to President displaced workers who have found a

public good and is not permissable to structor.It $900 million for this purpose. means to prepare for new careers through
be used for the benefit of one individual is that the interest will Millard BnnMHn. dtmnttir off Ufte B-K VTect vocational education..They are not listen-
hoped same AVA members were asked to launch an Center jjmntdl AVA in asking aU. VoT ing to the large number of adults who are
property owner. be shown in this longer course that was all-out effort to acquaint the public with 0dfa pflimninril and the! gHnavaJl pub lr to able to upgrade their skills and acquirenew

The Supreme Court of Florida has shown at last week's workshop attended this threat to the Vo-Tech programs iflbeAdministration's :: aisle trite Id* cite Presndtent and! ones on a continuing basis through vo-

defined spot zoning as "the zoning of a by so many officials, zoners andplanners zero-dollar recommendation members tttbe CbmgreaiE asttunc fur eois- tech\.They\ are not listening to the
of Bradford and Union Coun- should prevail. Members were also !tbmued AiVQHitlt with Fta&oaiO ffimdII\. American electorate, which prefers a well-
part of a district so as to violate its integrity urged to write letters to :the President. trained citizenry to a nation of individuals

and planting therein a growth ties. v f. ... members of Congress stressing the: importance ...who create drain on the treasury through
In batter
of Vo-Tecb when sat agBm to Pmwwfentt Reagan' ,
programs at a time: their dependence on costly social
vocational education is being called uponto the AVA sanft Tlte Vocational) edti' eaa- pro-
Itiiimril provide solutions to significant nationalissues
Chiles Opposes Reagan ProposalOf such as curbing unemployment, dtcnranmracd ottatt aUI federal "Through these programs, more than 16
reducing the dropout rate and improving funding far wKattiimsB i MWcMi! annulet becdnmnated million our citizens each year find a way
I economic growth.In i in t tits fiscal EMffi BnidgpILcffmnuniir to become productive, contributing

members of society. Many of them have
Zero Dollars for VoTechFlorida's its Call to Action the ADA said: "1n dhese tuulgh times Bow.clinunaCuoni. not been reached by other forms of educa

The immediate effect of the Administra- caD bud l1; t libnmms ItIIr1&JU far tion."


Senator Lawton Chiles now budget at the expense of educating our

serving a difficult and thankless job as young people in Math, science, County Agent's Notebook
chairman of the Senate Budget Committee languages, and the high technology By Bobby Taylor>:

believes that the administration's necessary to compete in today's deman-

proposed budget "misses the mark" ding job market. This is the lime of year when lot of new Planting ?hiresarrange ed and: burlapped plant. Simply roll the

both in dealing with the nation's deficit We are fortunate to have Senator trees and shrubs are added to the !land- material down away from the soil ball, andit

and in funding the kinds of programsthat Chiles as chairman of the Senate scape. And to get the most out of your I it be tmfis around itt. They should! will decay naturally. Container grown
will make our nation able to com- plant purchases, you need to establish; !toe sgmead auttumllly! not cramped orttuiiHted. plants usually are sold in metal cans,
Budget Committee at a time when the trees and shrubs correctly. Getting mew .Star.*hiaRiedl and ttniefapped> orcantSamer which must be carefullly cut away and
pete in the modern world for markets whole concept of education and plants off to a good start can have lot:to P MID ffflirtt taaaitoe tike soil ban discarded before planting. __

and good jobs for American workers. vocational-technical training are do with their health and appearance :for genfily,Ifaemg camtftifl mitt to breaJk UL After your plant is set,you re ready to

threatened if the Reagan-Bennett many years to come. Make mme jam pitwe tube ptonfl att the fill up the rest of the hole with amended
Chiles points out that "instead of in- allowed to stand. proposals If you follow 'our basic guidelines for right Roast i in t tfibe soil.Libeling IkMlI5hal1'ow soil. Fill the hole three-fourths full, keeping

vesting in our future, the Reagan are establishing new trees and shrubs you can can came t fine rails to tttry oulL Butt. plant- the plant in an upright position. Water
budget cuts education funds overall Chiles has earned a reputation in save time and money, and be a step ahead ting tm owp can suffiwaae! mots* and thoroughly.After the water settles, fill the
by Washington as a conscientious in your efforts to develop an attractive came I tthe base off t tfifce ttranik to nt!..Oft bare rest of the hole with more amended soil,
30 percent and seeks to phase out voca- landscape. Proper care should begin the cent pliant? sera can usually tell what! the and water again. Finally, make a rim of
who is interested in
tional education legislator more day you bring a new plant home. It's best if Dentil Itwcaua '
,
programs altogether.In right un (tII colorcbmtge..1bmte soil a few inches high and two or three feet
the line opposite Vocational Education working patiently behind the scenes you already have the planting site ready. tube bate air at*su! ilk meets away from the plant's trunk. This saucer
Secretary of Education William than he is in grabbing the spotlight of But, this involves a lot more than just digg- t tChe soft Ome Wifflfa bullied Uuutapped or shaped basin will help hold water, and
notoriety. But now he will inevitably be ing the hole. Before you're ready to plant, omntamerTiwm jUuita. Sate up the Cop of direct
Bennett has proposed Zero Dollars. need to add amendments to the jttotherqotSjOfJheplant._
you souL t ttbe soil taalJ arts IIIkr soil!soo&utr -
thrust into the I'll
spotlight while coping Adding soil amendments is Next week discuss cultural care of
an
important Dnn to mnmnur She ball-
toy tauriap om a
Last year the Bradford-Union Area with the most difficult and importantjob part of establishing trees and shrubs.Soil new trees and shrubs.

Vocational-Technical Center received of his political career. As chairmanof amendments are things like comport pine

$347,637 in Federal funds an unusually the 22-member budget panel, he will bark, and peat moss. They help hold :water Letters

high appropriation. Although the be one of the major voices responding to and nutrients the better hole in our about sandy soils. J .
Dig
planting 12 inches
amount received would not be this largein and working out the necessary com- deeper and wider than the root mass of the 61'

the new budget, the ReaganBennettzero promises on the Administration s spen- plant, with the sides going straight,down
dollars proposal would mean a loss rather than You'll then
sloping. have
ding proposals.At plenty -
of at least $200,000 possibly more in of loose earth to work with.Mix one part BHS Jr. Varsity Girls Praised for Conduct Under Fire
time when schools all the
a over soil amendment with two of
every
the 1987-88 school parts
year. U.S. are seeking some way to cope with the soil you plan to use in setting your Drltldil r. that truly represented personal, team, and

If such a phase-out of funds should ac- the spiralling dropout rate vocational- plant. Then, place about 6 to 12 inches of runvwerihaig tflhs Dttffitr to congratulate: school pride which never waivered under
the attack
underwent.It .
tually occur, the hardest hit program in technical training should play a more the amended soil back in the hole.Pack the itbe Btradhintf Bgh ,junior 11 an3Uty girl bully they
the Vocational-Technical Training important role in our educational added soil down fairly well, so the plant Bean ant tttenr coaoih bur was apparent from the beginning of
doesn't settle after it's set. ditsfUayuzg emnOkna!V'III1tHIIIIa&fuOteam the game that Keystone was out to settle
Center would be its most popular and system than ever before. When young Next stand the plant upright i in :the anojuMt *.un foatnom mane ers as the scorebecause of the recent loss to the
successful program, the Drivers Educa- people drop out of school with no hope of center of the hole, and turn it so that its Thursday fipirlt miptif.% away pair against Starke team just weeks earlier at home.

tion Course for trucks and heavy equip- college enrollment, or even a high best side is most visible. Make sure there Lky I&eigfctts. All!!' aaavae. student.ailnisym Throughout the: entire game the Starke

ment. This course has been so suc- school diploma, where can they turn for plenty of room for the roots.When working :llCbuDI >i.t 4V SDUUIQCV' .. the COItt" spectators were subjected to a barrage of
cessful that it attracts students not only training to support themselves and the with a bare root plant, make a cone-shaped snimgy wuriWidl Wa.ae. helm prrssd bsee these paper trash used cups M & M candy and
mound of soil in the bottom of the hole,and cnmttnctt gftmMifecs iDa other objects being thrown from the
from within Florida, but also from out family most of them hope to have in the groin p!>mUe way Keystone students. If ever there was a
future? Vocational-technical educationis
of stat high school ball team to be ashamed of, the

Also affected would be a number of the obvious answer. in Bradford Keystone junior varsity girls basketball
Forestry CountyBy
Senator Chiles has a longstanding in- team is itt And of all the players I've seen
special projects provided by Vo-Tech
this Number
season. 21 should receive the
including guidance and counseling the terest in exposing and eliminating trophy for
poorest
sportsmanship.
work-stuprogram that helps stulentsby ( government waste. But such waste, to II.it id W.Norton its GIll W ming.I** piunt.wufcAnna
be Car liras than itamigo
sit to i dtumagyd
Throughout the entire game, I watched
him does include Bradford utility FwrfcUi-
not
providing part-time work at the cutting programsthat todk.Ewtmadto. the Starke coach voice many objections

minimum wage and the single-parent would make out nation competitivewith We have not had freeze damage yet:this JOT cutaway the i, program that provides tuition books, other leaders in the fight for year but we should be prepared The beat I the (tree.r sthraib may nwd several jcart by the referees heightened the frenzy that
and day care for children in single- markets and jobs. treatment for freeze damage suffered by rf trees and other woody plants in Florida I ut niuve. Ftaeae **WJBF. : often I kills Much to my disappointment the Keystone
homes.
parent With his expressed philosophy we are nothing. The advice from professionals a back trandfaes to ttte punt wnmrr they Principal was present for the game and,

Recent expressions from Senator confident that education, including to sit tight for the time being and let nature measure incttaes am 011_.Tttese tnufc like the Keystone team coach, did nothing

; Chiles indicate that he is not in accord vocational-technical training, have a take its course. :stubs tea 1IIUII6a-! toy atbe ft praming nines(duns Bunt into a to discourage or intercede in the physical

: with the Administration's approach to staunch friend and supporter in Senator Instead of rushing out and trimming: great Filly.sFmgtt J new IIIr..c.-.IIfts.fUcJa duronf Spring and mental abuse the Starke team was

j: reducing the deficit and balancing the Chiles. away the dead branches and shrrveUed S etldam grt btuoeAJ undergoing.The .

main stems of your plants wait until Spring Your jidi dumng suOacigmtt pruning is Bradford coach made a good decision
starts them growing again. Then cutback to retura a lung agpcanoce the when he gathered his team during the
to the living wood without being forced : pliant. Sesames rift caaw to start seerwitkamwsme.Butdsatdsgiad final moments of the game and left the
to guess the extent of the damage.The ha hone floor.A forefeit in this instance surely lost

T cold wave in late January brought oat ysinpeimng fcamwIMtee I tar jaufli be the game but it saved the Bradford players
temperatures to 25 or below in large sec mMung! at. -IIDIII7.cund advice is further abuse from intentional personal

tions of the northern tier of counties.Cold to skip the gnnang put a tIDe seat!,cut fouls and served as the ultimate protest for
in these sometimes burst the barkon
ranges the entire
tuta a team.
ywr *u the me
furfu pralkct
trees, woody vines and shrubs and
I The full Moon is nine time a. bright a. a half-moon, tine the surface of the visible causes other kinds of hidden damage foam toay..15he enoartts say tauautff paint The Keystone team may have scored
I half-moon i I. extremely rough and mountainous, which makes for more shadows andtoss 6oean tmtif. Bat.!yu atogt** to the raw more points,but they were the real losers.
On the other hand the blackened leaves wmd bulk d Ufce
reflected sunlight. cons. ttten !by ail! means
and dead look of some woody landscape aab ca tike Omelet Sir nto sa e.fa tnKtics. RE. Bryant. Rt. IStarke'f'




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$ Eloise Starling Weds Curtis Jones Dec. 27



Business After HoursYou've Eloise Starling and Curtis O. worn by the bride.She decorated the
Jones, both of Starke were united in ensemble with a strand of pearls.
marriage Sat. Dec. 27. 1906 at 7:00 The bride read a letter she had writ-
put in a long day at the office owners merchants p.m. The ceremony took place at ten to the groom commemorating
managers,
Grace Baptist Church in Starke. her love for him.A .
or was it in the retail store, secretaries etc., are invited and en-
maybe it was at the restaurant. couraged to attend You do not have Rev. Alton Dobbs the bride's father four-tiered wedding cake flanked
Anyway, it's quitting time..what to be a member of the Chamber of joined the couple in matrimony.The with two sides decorated the
are you going to do now? How about Commerce." bride is the daughter of Rev. bride's table. Cutting the cake was
joining the other 100 area business and Mrs. Alton Dobbs of Jackson Ms. Nancy Alvarez and Mrs. Cleo
representatives who have joined the Florida Federal of Starke hosted ville. Elder. Silver punch bowls were posi-
interaction found only at the the most recent mixer on Jan 27. Nuptial music was provided by tioned on both ends of the table. Mrs.
Chamber of Commerce "Social Mix Refresments were provided and Rev. LeLand Strickland playing the June Lee served punch. Directingthe
ers." door prizes were distributed. piano and Mrs. Mona Conova and wedding was Mrs. Ida Sue
I Mrs. Patti Kay Elder performingsolos. Schmitt. Mrs. Teressa
These mixers are a monthly event Moyerassisted
Linda Johns of Leila's Dress and .
designed to provide local business with the bride's book.
people with the opportunity to meet Gift Shop coordinates the mixers, If The couple enjoyed a two week
and discuss business in a social at you are interested in hosting a mixer The bride was escorted to the altar wedding trip to the N.C. mountains.
mosphere.Jack contact her at 9645051. by her son James A. Starling. Both They now reside on Market Road in
of the groom's sons. Robert Jones Starke. The bride is the former
Eckdahl, Director of the Make plans now to join fellow N T and Ernest "Dick" Jones served as owner and operator of Bullingten'sGift
Starke-Bradford County Chamber, businessmen and women at the next best men. They were dressed in Shop. The groom is recently
explains "the mixers are an excellent Chamber mixer scheduled for Tuesday royal blue tuxs. retired from Owen-illinios in Lake
vehicle to make new business Feb. 24 from 5:30-7:00p.m.: No Serving as maid of honor was Miss Butler. t"
contacts He informs us that all reservations needed. Julie Starling the bride's daughter.
business people including businessEngagements Matron of honor was Mrs. Jana
Samoa also the bride's daughter.Both We Wont To Know....
wore royal blue tea-length
.. gowns of quIna Crescent shaped 1/you. are planning to be marriedor
floral headpieces in royal and light have recently been married, we
blue were worn by the ladies. They would like to publish it in "The
carried cascade bouquets of light Social Side of the Newt." We ash
Bannon and AddisonSet and royal blue. that all weddings be submitted.
The bride wore a pale blue tea- within t weeks after the marriage.
Feb. 14 WeddingMr. length gown of slipper satin Deadline are Monday at 5:00p.m.

Clyde H. McRae of Starke announces highlighted with lace and seed for weddings and Tuesday at 12:00
pearls. It was accented with
the of a high noon for engagements. You may
upcoming marriage
his Laura Addison to collar and cuffed sleeves. She car- submit. a 5 x 7 black and white
daughter
,
ried light and royal blue silk flowers.A photgraph.
Scott Bannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. crescent shaped headpiece of
Jack R. Bannon of Keystone pearls with net attached was also
Heights.The .
wedding will take place on
Feb 14 at 2 p.m. in St. William's FREE HEARING TEST
Catholic Church in Keystone
Heights. A reception will follow in i
the church social hall.
Laura is a graduate of Bradford
High School and is employed at
Keystone State Bank. Scott is a
graduate of Keystone Heights High .... i ...... -
I School and is employed by Dupont.All .
1 friends and relatives are Invited Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jones
to attend. -w Wi1i .
Scott Bannon and Laura Addison _
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Paula Green, Genesis Hair Design

Greg WilkinsonTo We Specialize In Helping

Wed Feb 21 782-3065 People Hear Better!

Mr. and Mrs. DeRitch Green of
Brooker, proudly announce the h Come By and See Us "

engagement of their daughter PaulaS. .
A .
I WALK-INS WELCOME I }
Green, also of'Brooker;, Greg"Wilkinson J 1st Tuesday ot'eacli monthNext
of Raiford. Greg is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilkinson of

Raiford. Tues.-Sat. Tuesday evening Date: Tuesday, Feb. 3rd
Both Paula and Greg are
graduates of Bradford High School. !.L a.m.: 5 p.m. Lawtey By Appt. Only 9:30 12:30at
Paula is currently employed at the P. r _
University of Florida. Greg works
for Fickling Brothers Construction : Mitchell's Drug Storein

Company in Jacksonville, Florida Starke for a FREE HEARING TEST
The couple will be united in mar ..,t 1
riage at the Church of God, in and/or Hearing Aid Check Up. If you can
Starke, at 2:00: p.m. February 21 Ron DenmarkInsurance hear but not understand take advantage of
1987. They invite all relatives andfriends this special event by a Fla. Licensed Hear
to join them for this special Greg Wilkinson and Paula Green!
occasion. 964-7071 ling Aid Specialist from Gainesville.


Special Arrivals 2117 N. Temple (US 301 North) Starke Serving .. Fla. for 16 Trs. In-Home Appts. Available


Krystal 'Jean GunterJoe Molly Canova FlynnMr. MOBILE HOME INSURANCE Beltone Hearing Aid CenterFormerly

and Glenda Gunter, of and Mrs. James R. Flynn of ( Audio Hearing Center)
Raiford, eagerly announce the birthof Starke proudly announce the birth of
their daughter, Krystal Jean. their daughter Molly Canova born 1905 NW 13th St. Gainesville 373-5507
Krystal was born Dec. 22, 1986 at January 12, 1987 at Alachua General
and Hospital. -- -
St. Vincent's Medical Center
weighed 9 Ibs. 8 ozs. Krystal Joins a Molly weighed 6 Ibs. 8 ozs., and -
sister Julee.Maternal was 21 inches long. :
grandparents are Rev. Maternal grandparents are Mr. \
..and Mrs. Lorenza Griffis of Raiford. and Mrs. Charles E. Scott of Waldo.
Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Paternal grandparents are Mr. :1
Lucille Hardenbrook and Mr. Willis and Mrs. George B. Flynn Jr. of ;
Gunter, both of Starke. Starke. Paternal great grandmotheris $
Mrs. Fred Field of Tampa. 1LLJt

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Causey RetiresMr. Did you know...

W.C. "Bill" Causey offically Mrs. Flossie A. Rosier a long time
announced his retirement from the resident of Lawtey has moved to
Div. of Surplus Property, known as South Carolina. According to her !
the Development Commission in son-in-law Mr. J.R.Jones she moved 1
Starke. Mr. Causey will retire Jan. because of health reasons and 4 ,
29, 1987. would enjoy maintaining contact
Previous to moving to Starke with her many friends. You can correspond -
Causey served in the U.S. Marine with Flossie at Tanglewocd :
Corps for over 20 years and retired Health Care Center, P.O. Box 68,
Dec. 31, 1969. On Jan. 1, 1970 he was Third Road. Ridgeway, SC. 29130. i
hired as Asst. Superintendent and on _
Jan 1, 1971 became Superintendent.Later .
he was promoted to _
Distribution THANK YOU ..
Warehousing ar ------------------------- ------------------------- --------------------------
Director over ojJL 5ns for the 1i i S' --------------------1 II II
which has warehouses in Fort Bonnie King and her children S : SI I II
State Myers, Marianna and Starke. He Stephanie Bryan and Mark want to 9 Value Pack i 15Pc. Bucket :I
donated property to health education thank the many area residents who Nugget Dinner i 3 pc. Dinner pc. I
responded with so much help and I I
Causey and political looks forward subdivisions.to retire- comfort following the destruction of 6 Kentucky Nuggets : $2.79 $8.69 I $8.99 I 1
with the State. their home. Bonnie says "there Isn'tenough I I
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ment after years words to our Colonel i iI Get 9 peers of of the Colonel's Original I
to use his time making express ap 1 $2.29Get Get 3 pieces of the S Original I
He is going Gel! 15!! ol. Colonel
the
pieces !5 Ociqin.il
improvements to his farm raise a preciation. Our prayers will be 1 I Recipe or Extra Cnspy Chnen Becpe" Chicken or Extra Crispy' : I
few cattle and then look for a part forever with you". 6 Kentucky Nuggets mashed potato e mashed potatoes and gravy, coleslaw Chcken. large mashed potatoes. large I Recipe" o< hlrd Crispy' Chicken I.
time job in management. He wishes and gravy, cole slaw and 1 biscuit and 1 biscuit with this coupon I II gravy large salad and 4 buttermilk! I Coupon good only lor combindionwhitedark I
orders and be used
all his friends a fond farewell. Coupon may not be used I Coupon good only for combination I bIscuItS with ttus coupon. may not 1I
with
with, olher special otters Limit 4 I any other specMl alters
any per be Coupon \good only for combination
1 white Clark orders and may not 1
Vickie Nlcula Eaves were home played of the latter and prizes In Lawtey.won. Games Guests i sales coupon tax Customer pays all applicable I used with, any other special I otters luml I .h.dark orders and may not be used I I limit all applicable one per sates coupon tar. Customer (My% 1t I I

Honored at ShowersThe were served refreshments from a 1 1 14 per coupon Customer pays aH apple i ie with any omer special offers Customer / 1 I I
ladies of Northslde Baptist lace covered table that held the / cable sales tal. $. pays an applicable sales tax 1 1 1 I
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and cake which was
Church hostessed a baby shower for punch I i r-.V111 1I Exp V11117 I-
Vickie N. Eaves Monday night In the decorated with a baby motif. Expires VISlI7 EQlrnVIIII7eTIIII I
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Esther Hall Donna Allen, Cheri 1
church hall. Vickie's baby Kasey / i 1 I
Renee born January 6, was present. Chara Starling Teresa also hosted Reddish a baby and Brenda showerfor (This olltr good only it store i liter ft44 M* at sire II I (Tka e"*r 11M..* M thn 1I Pills etrw ... ndy. M IblrlIKIIIIn 1 1 I I
Games were opened enjoyed before the Kasey's gifts. Vickie at the home of Brenda I I locations lilted below) 'YI toCJtwnt holed kw| Y i tan$ ..... tlt.hMMNM ,y : Bbd ...... y 1 1 I I
mother
Starling in Connerly Estates. Thirty I I 1 I
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served In December to the friends Vickie and was family.honored and served coffee refreshments after the. ,

with a baby shower given by Cathy ed. The hostesses presented Vickie ,Asqf! "Qt'.QQt fCPtPN I;, $ <:t .a. $,e'o', Cfi.v, Q So;; oSft. adt': 16" year's 1td.er
Higginbotham, Marla Tomlinsonand with a stroller as a momento of the ,
Sammie Higginbotham at the occasion.









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Robert E. La. Topicof HofiMmoitOTS: to Meet Samuel Elbert Chapter, 4

U.D.C..M-.ting Fdbrwory 12 D.A.R., Attends Luncheon.The 4 4s

The Untied Daughters of fee Confederacy The Bradford Extension
(L'UCi, fwoognuMid Robert aBcmu4rs Chub "s scheduled to Samuel Elbert Chapter of the
D.A.R. was represented by Mrs
E l eeM their recent oaartaoe,Save on- tlbwvdaiyFeb112a110a.tnatthe
January ih his birth taaaOt, ..... AgrirottiMre Building on Herbert Thomas of Starke Mrs
David Taber Mrs. William Wahl
Wike. HIISCGrUII.prewnt.ed Hlghaay3uNorth.. .
Lloyd Chapter Bobby Taylor, ExtensionAgnenftnre Jr., Mrs. Frances Widegran MrsJ
to the
a program wonn
D. Henderson and Mrs. Fremont
Agent wiB present a
highlighting Robert EL Lee's l fr aacIcaret'f'
ptooO-an Spring Gardensve Tolles (all of Keystone Heights) at
considered Sheeaplamee of. "toUJtacdijrbeis .. mvrtted to attend the Jan 13th meeting. The meetingwas
one our greatest
1keleslies hosted by the Jacksonville
wifl lie Gem Green
Mrs Wake
a> account -
general gave
Chapter D.A.R..at the Yacht Club in
of the "Great Battle of MiHgr Frock,and Violet Crosby.
Jacksonville The affair honored
etude .as fimgh*
Chicamauga"
Sept IV. 1B63 .Uh OMMtlly sold iers Jr. Woman's Cub Holds Mrs. Anthony Dobrzanski of Coral r I
Gables the State Regent. Mrs.
from Florida. and I .Jrir
Georgia,
Annual L-
Banquet delivered '
Dobrzanski to
a message ,
Alabama. It was cam+drnd one of -- -- -- -
the bloodx batUks of the .... The Jr. Woman's ClUb of SUrke the group on the Bicentennial of Our I

Material for the met ytaaOaif Jam 12 at the Iblltop Constitution
was acquired
program
On Wednesday Jan 14th Mrs. Barry Reddish points out different cuts of meat to Edna Wainwright.
from the bOOk"Great BaUDee ntsUanrao na Orange Park for their '-
of the Confederacy" by Saaffitml almllnd_t. George Brown and Mrs. Gilbert Muriel Norman, Gloria King and flea Ilildreth.
Johnson.A Mrs. Dana Genes installed in- Brown Starke attended a luncheonin X

business meeting Collvwed the caatune oftucersPresidentJoin: Gainesville, hosted by the Meats In Save DollarsDiane
program with Mrs. FraokDiaWeisgrrber Haft Hi VKV PreaL-Jan Norton.2ndTae Gainesville Chapter D.A.R., honoring Buy Larger Cuts to

presiding.Slur -_- Pus-Sandra Crawford. Mrs. Dobrzanski

ed that there mill be a Dsrtract II SecretaryJennifer Haas andTkraweanrPinata
Workshop to be held id BoMmrO Register. Woman's Club Executive Douglas home economics the larger tip and cutting it himselfor marinade as soon as it is brought

Thursday Jam. :%V. Membeaw are Anmig the honored guests wereD1rs..Peggy' Board to Meet agent for Bradford County coor- have it cut at the shop where you home will stay fresh 2.3 days longer
dinated a "Cut N' Cook" workshop bought it. Normally there will not be than unmarinated beef. The
asked to bring a gift to Use meetmgfor Tdanaav Presv of StarkeWoman's The Executive Board of theWoman's held Mon. Jan 26 at the Agriculture an extra charge for this. marinade need not cover the meat
and SeweU.DaXntt
their "adopted wtII the VA Chit Libby Club of Starke will in
meet Building in Starke. Strategies were completely but it should be turned
Home in GamewBQe, Tbemeeting Janine Director. As of Another to reduce cost Is to
part
Nursing
the club room Feb. 4 at 1:00: p.m. presented to reduce the cost of the way over at least once a day to keep all
cuorlivtad .'db hw- Ole the clUb members buy cuts of meat.
was a program All officers and committee grocery bill. cheaper Cheapercuts surfaces moist. This seals out air
cheon. urMaJrd their secret!pat chairmen are urged to be present. The most expensive part of theaveragl" contain less fat thus making and inhibits bacteria growth.
dollar them less tender but more nutri
grocery is spent on
. Brad. Hospital Auxiliary Introduces New MembersThe meat, poultry and fish products. tional. By using certain cooking Another workshop will be
techniques, meats can be
Douglas said "there are ways to cheaper presented by the extension office
Bradford HasptxA Menhiy KtatnA Hra>b< IIOUd the arrinl of been made the inspection will be rescheduled reduce this :" tenderized. These Include: at
expense next Monday Feb. 2, at 7:00: p.m.
met Monday. Jan 19. at 'eIU'rW two new MUH ""'SICa_. Dr. Latcu and a "Grand Opening"will 1. Shop for bargains. marinading, steaming and poun the Agriculture Building. The program
Steer with Pres WiibmaJeaa Terry and Dr Resteai internists from S. follow. Week-long festivities are 2. Shop weeklyleast amount of ding the meat. will be centered around
presiding. Du&MLa. Dr I.aUuas! opened a planned for the opening
to the wok will be
trips store tne better. and cooking
sm Dr. of Mit- Douglas distributed several beef poultry
practice ,
Keystone Heights; Bobby Autry pharmacist 3. Don't demonstrated. The invited
New' member, Betty Kask4, Kestea wilt saovtly' move into the chell's Drug Store presented a pro- 4. shop hungry.cuts of marinade recipes. Beef placed in a public is
Mary Sue Kahn and Jiaamda, : X vkie renmamed\ Fitness CenterAldananatletorTun gram on the proper use of medication Buy larger meat.

were introduced> Mrs. Ber&aidtaae Citing a pharmaceutical trade Barry Reddish of Winn Dixie
Early announced a contest: ; to determine fCearick thanked journal, Autry said "pharmacistsfeel highlighted the program by
the far the
the name for the Aamlhary Amifiavy ChristmasTea a great responsibility to help demonstrating how larger cuts of
Shop in the new facwpitsJL Xamesane and! Bazaar which: was well prevent the vast numbers of accidental meat can be purchased and but attend.Shop
Minted the staff He
to be submitted to Mrs. Dnriuns or ; by con- deaths due to mis-use of chered to the consumer's liking. A
gradtuftatleid Oif Aa for
Mrs. Early They may alto be left low 3rd: pCace or. Christmas iKary decorations.winning prescriptions." sirloin tip costing approximately
the shop by Feb. Vt.The Shop Committee Rrancfc expressed In a lively question and answer $28 was cut by Barry. He sliced a Snap
composed of Max appreciatoniron the steaks, kabobs chuck
Early.Mrs. ttoe Mat! doctor for the col- session following program roast stir-fry !! !
Dinkirw, Linda Jo cis. Ada thai was a gift from the Autry said that"by 1990,one-third of steaks and ground round from the :
Reddish and Sophie Kumatas, will mwMttpr Aamffitary to the Bradford Hospital, all prescription medicine" will be tip. It was estimated that these 1 et Downtown Starke
select the winning entry available generically. items would retail in the case for

The appointment ut Lynn GattkioHE. The! ornpnaJ mHpectmn: of the newlucvlbty President Terry concluded the about $40 or more. The consumercan (Next to Post Office) 964-7204

formerly of Alachua General f Iboned for this week has meeting with a reminder to the Aux- save_at_jeast! $12 by purchasing

Hospital as Bradford's new Director deem(wiHtpnncd! due to air conditioning ihans that the next general meeting Portraits WeddingsONE
of Nursing was aimixniamned by gnrnfcOraj! Once alterations have is scheduled for Mon., March 16. FLA.TWIN THEATRE
HOUR FILM DEVELOPINGYour

Awards & Starke 964-5451
I RecognitionKaren Film Never Leaves Our Shop
Open Every Night *

Texidor Make Bernie Collins |r I -52.00"SPECIAL i I II Quality V/ork Kodak Paper

Honor Roll Receives AppointmentDr _. I Sat. & Sun. 5:00: Showing (J Jj

; Beraue Coffinsv, formerly of j L .Tuesday! Showings!!I! __J WEEKDAYS 10-6 SATURDAY 10-1
Karen Tender of Stain was Starke. was named in early
among 488 students named to tile XorenJber as an Associate in HELD 6VEREDDIE (Formerly KIS 1 HOUR PHOTO)

President's Honor Bill at Cordial Patbnfeey at Harvard Medical
MURPHY IS BACK UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
State University tm Esmond. Setmnt n Bottom' He is the son of
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Hampton Hilit s. Pageant Celebrates Its Church News, I

"Fifth" AnniversaryThe I!
by llolore Me., Hampton Elementary Jack Price To AppearIn
w -t'1s School Women of St. Mark'sHold .
1987 Florida National Little Concert Feb. 3
Arbor Day ObservedOn Monthly MeetingMrs.
Birthday Celebrations Star and Junior Star Pageant will be On Feb. 3rd Jack Price
Tuesday, ,
Jan 20. Mrs. Debbie Gilbert Brown the
Tuesday presented
On Sunday Jan. 25, Mrs. Sue held at the
Broome and Mrs. Betsy Hersey Sunday, August 9, program for the Women of St. will be featured with the combined
Brannen was pleasantly surprised assisted their Brownie troops in Radisson Inn, downtown Orlando. Mark's at their meeting Wed., Jan choirs and orchestra of First Baptist=
at when 22 friends: joined her for dinner planting trees on the school grounds. The pageant is open to girls 4-6 years 21. The program dealt with tempta- Church of Starke at 7:30: p.m. Theevening'
Bradford Family Restaurant in old for the "Little" division and 7-8 program is titled
: They will enjoy watching The! pine tion and she "
Starke. all explained temptation
They gathered celebra "Celebrating the Reality of Jc u"
and dogwood trees and for the "Junior" division. This is the
grow to all
tion of Sues 80th She happens us ,there are no excep- invited
is
birthday. appreciated Christ. The public to at
all the gifts, cards and beautify the area. official state preliminary to the National tions,even Jesus was tempted by the tend.
good wishes from her good friends. Pageant which will be held in devil. Temptation is real, it is not a I
Survey for Student TransferMrs. Orlando, November 27 through figment of our imagination. In the For the last ten years, Jack has
April is Nine Mary Anne Kyle, School December 2. The pageant is proud to new year we will again be temptedand developed a ministry to the local
April Scoggins celebrated her Principal,is planning a survey in the be celebrating its fifth anniversarythis as Christians we should set our church that is unique to all the
ninth birthday last Friday. A near future to determine the wishesof year. goals and overcome temptation." 1 world. Featuring his superb vocal
of friends enjoyed the day with group her parents in the feasibility of having7th The winners of each division will The worship program was artistry against a backdrop of choir
at the home of her parents,Mr. and graders attend school at Brad-- be flown round trip to Orlando for presented by Mrs. George Miller. I and orchestra, it carries home to 200
ford Middle School. Parents will be
Mrs. Randy Scoggins. They played the 1987 National Pageant which will She read scriptures and told concerts yearly covering 100,000
contacted about this matter and
members, "God's challenge to us is miles nationwide.
games and watched home movies. include a representative from every
should be considering opinion of this clear, we must live in hope. Where
Kefresments
were served. The bir- transfer. state and Puerto Rico. Over $50,000in
thday cake and other decorations bond, cash and prizes will be there is no hope, there is no life." Mr. Jack Price
centered around the Valentine awarded on a national level. State President A.K. Carlisle conductedthe
meeting and announced that I
theme. winners will be interviewed by an there will be a bake sale on Feb. 1 Upcoming Events
Other School Lunch MenuThe agent from a New York City and March 1 In the Parrish Hall
January Birthdays
following is the school lunch children's talent agency and gifts after morning service. On Feb. 12, JROTC Planning Twelve
1st- Margaret Wadsworth menu for Bradford Middle School will be presented daily.No there will be the ECW Diocesan annual Year ReunionThe buffet dinner is scheduled for that
William McKenzie; 4th- David and All Elementary Schools for the makeup Is allowed and talent Is meeting to be held at Camp evening followed by a dance.Ticketsare
Padgett. Selena Hunt; 5thJimmy week ofFebruary2.6,1987. not required. Weed Conference Center"AllTogether" Bradford High School Junior $5 per person for the dance and
Loiacano; 6thWyatt Collins; 7th- Monday: Chicken & Rice, Cheese On the state level, awards will be ROTC Department will be hosting a $5 for the dinner or they can be pur-
David Grady; 8thCharles Casner, Stix, Turnip Greens, Strawberry presented to the "Top 4" alternates, grand 12 year reunion for all former chased for $20 a couple for both the
Jason Padgett Elaine Rhoden; 9th- Shortcake "Miss Photogenic", and the winnersof SundayTo and present cadets. This will be the dinner and dance. Tickets are now
Cornbread and
milk
Alice Faye Waters; 12thCory ; first reunion of its kind forthe available at the ROTC Building, The
Held corps.
the"Most Poised" and "Best Personality" Be At Brad.
Tuesday: Spaghetti w/meat sauce,
Wright.
Chris Meng; 13thTracy The reunion is planned for Saturday Florida Twin Theatre,Allen's Office
Bradley; 14th- Earselene Zimmerman cheese stix, garden salad, fruit superlatives awards. In Baptist Church Feb. 14. Persons previously Supplies and Printing, Starke Bowling
Donny Jones, Jessica Jones, crisp, hot rolls and milk; Wednes- addition to each division's WINNER Bradford enrolled in JROTC for at least one Lanes, and the Fashion Stop Ap-
15th- Donnie Roberts; 16thAngela day: hamburger on bun, lettuce, receiving the round trip flight to Baptist Church is havinga academic year and all present parel Store. Persons desiring fur-
special "All-Together"
Strickland. Garry Taylor nth- tomato & french fries Orlando, they will each receive a Sunday ther
; pickle, scheduled for Feb. 1.All members of cadets are invited to attend. information may contact Col.
David Green; 19thMark Smith; coconut cake and milk; Thursday: CASH AWARD, a watch, pageant the church, friends who have Activities will begin with an Open William Otte at the ROTC Building,
20thJana Lester, Mark Crawford, Salisbury steak, rice& gravy, green jewelry and accessories, and the official previously visited and those looking House at 12:00: noon in the ROTC 964-6332, Chris Crews, 964-8840 or
Bradley Snow; 21stMary Hill;30th- beans,banana pudding, biscuits and tiara,sash and plaque. for a church home are invited to at- Building behind the high school., A Alan Rogers, 5681284.
Marlene O.Steen; 31stRob Powers; milk; Friday: Manager's Choice The current reigning Florida Lit tend this special Sunday. Membersof
Home Again Day. tle Star is Tiffany Pettry of Bradford Baptist are busy Poetry Contest Offers $10,000 In Prizes! I
The following is the school lunch Longwood; Florida Junior Star is telephoning and inviting people to
A
Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned $1,000 grand prize is being of- any style by February 28 to World of
menu for Bradford High School Heidi Davis of Fort Myers. The cur attend. fered in the Great American Dept.
Poetry Poetry, Great American, 2431
home last
week from Pensacola
Pastor Smith will be
Monday: corndog, macaroni & rent reigning National Little Star is Skipper Contest, sponsored the World Stockton
where she four weeks. She in by of Sacramento, CA. 95817.
spent the service
visited her and cheese, green beans, fruit topped Katie Jo Morris of West Virginia; preaching evening on Poetry. There are 200 prizes being Winners will be announced on or
daughter family,Mr. Eli and his failure to discipline his t
and Mrs. Ed Fitzpatrick. She also cake, milk or a-Ia-carte; Tuesday: and National Junior Star is Kristen sons. offered, totaling over $10,000.To before April 30,at which time prizes

spent some time with her son, Paul chili, crackers, garden salad, Winslow of Massachusetts.For Bradford Baptist is located on CR enter, submit one poem, 25 will be awarded. A complete '
peaches,cinnamon roll,milk or a-la- further information on how to winner's list will be sent to all en-
Lefebvre and family in Alabama. 100-A (Griffis Loop),off SR 100.Sun- lines or less on any subject, using
Returning home with her were carte; Wednesday: barbecue beef enter the 1987 National Little Star day school is at 10 a.m., morning trants.-
granddaughter and family, Vicki on bun, buttered corn, fruit cup, and Junior Star Pageant, contact: worship at 11 a.m., and evening ser- Local Citizens to Host Basketball TournamentLocal I
and Lee Cowden and two month old brownie, milk or a-la-carte; Thurs- National Little Star and Junior Star vices follow at 6 p.m. Wednesday citizens participating in the tournament::
son.James Matthew. day: whaler on a bun, french fries, Pageant, Dept Pr., 50 Beechwood prayer meeting is at 7:30: p.m. W.B. basketball have coordinated for a The Warriors
tournament Fri. and
slaw fruit milk Drive, Cranston, Rhode Island 02920 local violinist will be The Bradford Stars
cabbage crisp, or McKinney, Sat. Jan. 30 and 31. Kick off time is County
a-la-carte; Friday: Manager's ..or call toll free a (800)( ) 532-STAR. providing special music in the Sun- The Hawks
set for 7:30: p.m. at the R.J.E. Gym. I
Sheriff service. The L.A.Sonics
day morning
Deputy SpeaksAt Choice Day. First game on Sat. will begin at
Lake Butler
Little Women's Club 11:30.: The following teams will be Baldwin

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was the featured guest speaker at
the January 14 meeting of the Little
Women's Club. President Shilynn q
Chaff presided over the meeting s e0 ddo

held Deputy at the Aderholt Woman's presented Club. a J program n0 -+ : :: 1-10 tad <:::7A-D t= D op '

on drug abuse to the Little
Women. "Drug Quiz Whiz"questionnaire
was filled out by the girls
during Aderbolfs presentation. The
girls were made aware of several in-
teresting items including:
1. Most drug users make their first
contact with illicit drugs through Q M ,z ,. D
their friends. yf
2'The most common abused drug JL
in the United$tates is.alcohol. hozueui
3. The highest percentage of drug -
users are people 18-25 years in age.
The program was highly infor-
mative and enjoyed by all present.
Refreshments were served in the ug/2-
sunroom immediately following the
meeting.

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Lady Tornadoes Win Two of Three Games





BHS won 2 of 3 games this week, Tuesday night, Jan. 27. the fourth quarter with 11, scored 12 points, and playedthe

including a pivotal 48-41 win over Game high scorer was Bradford's "We played he kind of game we best game of the season says

t tough North Marion High Tuesday Felicia Davis with 24 points. Beverly were supposed to play in a situation Coach Slater.

night, Jan. 27, in the BHS gym. Mosley scored 11 points. like that/' said Coach Slater. SHS II 4 11. "

And, the Tornado five gave No. 1 Mosley was the leading rebounder Point guard Angel Spell, the Mlddl...... S S 14 17..7

Class 2A Keystone Heights a good 13, nine of which were offensive re- quarterback of the offense did an 'r.Hor*(64)).Dsvlt. ,I.4.14, Bullur lit.0.12 Spill, Motley I,2',4,
1 0 6 Starling
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run for their money last week in a bounds. Davis had 11 rebounds. outstanding job running the offense. Tlernoy 1.0,2. Toteln 21-10.M.

45-6S loss. BHS was never really in "Tonight was a classic," said Spell threw some sharp passes. BHS

the game but was never out of it Coach Slater. would run the offense to the right,

either. If the BHS girls could have BHS was ahead early 6-2, but trailed then swing it back to the left, and

ever really gotten going, they might by about four points until finally Spell kept the offense moving BUS 45 KHHS 65

have won the game, says Coach catching up at the end of the third NM had beaten BHS by three BHS got a great performance by

John Slater. quarter. Finally BHS got four up points at their place. This was a Beverly Mosley in their loss to top-

The NM was win was pivotal with about 4Vi minutes left in the district contest, and a pivotal game ranked KHHS last week but it wasn't

because it gives BHS a 2-4 district game. for the Tornadoes as far as how they enough to offset the Lady Indian attack

record with two district games re- Then, after practicing the four will end upon the district standingsand which featured four players in

maining. NM beat Lake Weir twice corner offense at Middleburg Coach for the rest of the season. double figures.

and played Ocala Forest a close Slater again widened the BHS of- 'Ml f S 14 17. 4S Mosley scored a game high 29
j' ballgame.BHS fense out to four corners. In the four North Morlon S It III 11. .1 of
rodlord points on a variety moves to hoop
((4S) Davis 1C..2. Motley 31 11,
t had Gainesville High and corner offense BUS shoots only Butltr. 1.I.S, Stirling 1'0-4, Spell 2.0-4, Totals" and outplayed her KHHS counter-
Eastside remaining, both district layups close jumpers and free It 10-41.
very North Marian ((41)). M Shirley 1,2.U, Brown part.
games. The goal is to win both and throws. 50-10. Winning ,s-0-10 Buettchvr 1-1-1. Snow All-state center Sheila Tomlinson
into the tournamet with 4-4 1,0-2 Totlltl' "'1 .'.
go a
e made the going rough for the shorter
district record and assure the no less Felicia Davis hit a short jumper BHS front line during the game and

'1Jl. \ than fourth place, says Coach Slater.In with three minutes to go. Angel Spell BUS 54 Middleburg 47 the BHS guards had some trouble bringing
hit a layup off an offensive rebound
: that came BHS would open the and BHS scored 23 points in the first the ball down the flo r
Mosley hit Ann Starling for a
tournament by playing the number
-' layup off the fast break.Then NM cut quarter to 8 for Middleburg High in against the KHHS press,
five team, either Lake Weir or North
::- Marion. it to two points. But Beverly Mosley the MHS gym last Friday night, Jan.

: hit a two foot jumper with 10 secondsleft 23, for a 54-47 win. Janet Kennedy came off the bench

) to close the door on NM. At the half the score was 38-16, the second period, when she
Upcoming. score
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JO. NM has a tall 6-foot girl and triesto BHS. her eight points and helped
; sr;, .... BHS played GHS Wednesdaynight hold BUS close during that period
,_ ",,, .., work the basketball inside to her.
",:;, Jan. 28, in the BHS gym. BHS went to a 1-3-1 zone defense to But in the second half BHS got

'"' All the rest of the games are on the deny the pass inside. sloppy. MHS cut it four points 38-42, Kendra Butler led in reboundingwith

road.Monday And, when the big girl did get ball and Coach Slater put the starters eight.

Feb. 2, BuS goes to Live inside, BUS had a player in front and back and put it away.

Oak, which has honorable mentionin in back of her, and on each side The The Lady Indians had a 13 point

the state, for a Class 3A non- BHS defense would collapse down BHS practiced the four corner lead at the half and stretched it to as

.....,...,Mark ,?...,?. district game. and put pressure on the taller NM stall, where they only shot layups much as 20 late in the third period.
Move... BHS plays Clay next Wed. opponent.Ann and free throws and got some good

breaks Inside KHHS Barb Grabowski dur- Starling and Kendra Butler practice. Janet Kennedy hit two lit-
Beverly Mosley guard
past BUS 48 N. Marion 41 did tle jumpers and Angel Spell made PHI 10 10 11 14.45
ing the Lady Tornadoes loss to KHHS last in outstanding jobs on defense,
top-ranked Thursday II
KHMi IS 20 12. MSrodfoid
Keystone Heights. BUS took the lead at the end of the says Coach Slater. Each had seven two free throws inside the last two ((4S). Davis 3410, Butler 4.0.t. Motley

led third quarter and went on to defeat rebounds. minutes to put the game away. II.7.29, Kennedy 3.2 i, Starling I.2 4, Spell I-2 4.
Mosley all scorers with 29 points.
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North Marion 48-41 in the BHS gym BHS hit 10 of 17 rebounds five in Kendra Butler led in rebounding Tierney 1 0 2. Totalt: 17-104}.






I Tornadoes Play Tough, But Fall to Three This Week


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BUS basketballers lost two over- petition if it sticks to its game, says floor BUS also shot 30%. "The way BUS then stalled in the backcourt, Smith 1.0-2 Ruilill 0"I/I-I. Totlll 2..4112.S2. score at 55-55 at the end of regulationplay.

time games after having big leads, Coach Jay Godwin. we shot and the turnovers just hurtus the guards passing the basketball Lake Weir 66 BIIS 61 .

then, emotionally drained, lost 7248to BUS 2-11 with 10 regular season ," says Coach Godwin. BHS got back and fourth, waiting for a last Point guard Eugene Blye led BHS
BHS led
a tough Ocala Forest team Tues games to play has a stretch of four frustrated when shots wouldn't fall shot in regulation play. GUS was and blew Lake Weir by 14 points with 19 points. Patt Diggs scored 16
that
day night, Jan. 27. home games in the friendly confinesof and simply played poorly, the coach packed in under the basket to pre- beat 11-6 in overtime game on 66-61 the road getting last points and Malachi Jenkins 10.

The close overtime losses were the BHS gym coming up. says. BHS was emotionally drained vent a close percentage shot. Lok.Wolr 12 12 21 10 11. Mradford
Jan.
62-52 to Gainesville High and 66-61 to after two close overtime losses, the Finally, with five seconds on the Wednesday night 22. 12 20 I. 7 S ..1loli. .
It was 12-12 after the first period. .w.lr(i.)' Bell 1-0/2,2. Cavanaugh 1'311-11,
Lake Weir. Upcoming... clock, guard Eugene Blye fired from
added. .
coach BHS led 32-24 at the half. Lake Weir Samuel, 72/4 It, Proill 101 WeHone 1014Mill .
BHS can play with the tough com- BUS hosts Middleburg here Malachi Jenkins led BHS with 12 about 25 feet out, one of his patentedset won the third period 21-16 to cut the /! 1.7/14.23. Totals, J7"12/18 66.

tonight (Thursday, Jan. 29), the JV rebounds, Pat Diggs had 9, and shots, and got nothing but net. BHS lead to three 48-45. Lake Weir Srodlord. .((41)), Brown 2 0.., Diggt .211.16,
Jenkins S 0 10, E. Bite 5.3/3.19: ,
Norman 2 1121.
BHS was 48-46 with five secondson
at 6 the at 7:30 Charles Russell 8. up .
game p.m., varsity : won the fourth period 10-7 to knot the S. Lee 1 I/I.7. Totals: 21.7117.61.
o. K.,... IS It II 29 72 the clock.
Legal Notice: p.m.Tomorrow night (Friday, Jan. 30) .HS tO 14 11.41 GHS called time. GUS inbounded
close rival Baker High comes to Onto Form ((72)). oalllard 1.0-4, Simon 3 4.10, the basketball to a guard, No. 13,

Starke for the second regular season Grlentr Robinson 20-4,0-1-2'Fuming. Jones 10-2 204, Williams Landers 11 400.17. one-fourth the way down court. The Girls JV Squad is 96The

game Game time is 6:15: p.m for the Totals 31-4/IS-72 guard drove the basketball, virtually -

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO JV and 8 p.m. for the varsity. ridford ((4S). Diegi 3.2 S. Jenkins 4.0-1, Brown unchallenged, and bucketed a Bradford 3+7. Arkeva Williams+7. Patricia Allen 3 2 SEvette .
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REGISTER GainesviLe; Eastside comes to 4-' 9,.Blya, 3.4.10. Chandler. 102, Motley 0-2,3 layup to tie the score 48-48 as the High girls junior Covlngton S.4.20, Annette 0.1.1 Totals!
Le* 2 0-4. Runell 0-4 4. Totals I4/IS4S. varsity basketball team is 9-6 on the 21"11,
FICTITIOUS NAME Starke next Tuesday Feb. 3 at 6 buzzer sounded to end regulationplay. ,
BIIS 52 season and has won four of its last North Marlon ((391') K, Damon 4 4-U, K. Damon
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida p.m. and 7:30: p.m. GUS 62 five games. 1.1-3. S M ngo 2'11, H. Voting 2-1-r, K, James

Statute, notice U h.r.by given mot the Next Friday, Feb. 6. BHS hosts In- BHS blew a 15 point lead and lost GUS won the overtime 14-4 as BHS Coach Robert Eddins says the 2.1.5.. C. Grilln 1'I,3, D. Thomas I-0 1. Total'

undersigned Mao I. L.., Shou-Cfiing terlachen for 6:15: p.m. and 8 p.m. 62-52 in overtime to visiting continued to be cold. girls are playing pretty good 13 13 39.

Trick.!. 800 N. Temple Ave.. Stork. games. Gainesville High last Saturday From the time GUS began the full BHS had a real tough game BIIS 48 Middleburg 17

Fla., joint owners, doing business und.r BHS has not played Middleburgthis night, Jan. 24. court press until the end of the over Wednesday night with Gainesville BHS played everybody and led all
the firm nom. of Lees Restaurant 800 fourth BHS time GUS controlled
in the the
season. The Tornadoes lost With 5:52: period game
which the
High beat the BHS five 21 48-17 Mid-
\ N. Av. Stark. Flo. Intends way in going over
.
T.mpl. to Baker in by 15 Gainesville High almost Completely In the fourth
twice to once Macclennyand was up ,
points the first back after dleburg last Friday Jan. 23 in Mid
I under game ,
fictitious the
r.gist.rsaid name lost a close overtime game in began a full court press,'the officials period the Tornado five allowed GHS. Christmas. die burg. ,

aforesaid statute. the Christmas tournament. Baker is allowed the Hurricanes to scrap for to score without challenge.
It the first
is
Middleburg
Dated this 6 day of January A.D. 1987in year
small fast pressing type team the basketball, and with 1:15 left in
t Bradford County. a Upcoming... High has had a junior varsity
and BHS has the size advantage. the game GuS tied the score 46-46. Until falling apart in the final basketball
I 1/8 4tchg 1/29 BHS played Eastside, 15-4, a tough Malachi Jenkins drove for the minutes, BHS outshot the Hur Next Tuesday, Feb. 3, BHS goes to program.
Eastside Gainesville. Eastside INS 19 10 12 11. 41
game in Gainesville. ES, ranked 5th basket and GUS simply took the ricanes. Eugene Blye, Malachi in Middloburg a IS O. 17
beat BHS the first
22-20 the
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO in the state, had to make some free basketball away from the Tornado Jenkins, Harold Chandler, Spencer game in Bradford ((4S). Dana Norman 4.0.. Anne Taylor
REGISTER throws at the end to ice the win. forward. With 46 seconds left GHS Smith and Rob Norman kept widen- BHS gym in a game BHS should 317. thonda woods 4.0. Shondo. Sryonl 1.1 1.
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have won. Sl.phom. Goln., 1.0.2. Patricia' 3 0 t. Co*
missed a shot and Bradford's Rob ing the lead by sinking long shots .
FICTITIOUS NAME IngtonSO-IO Annette 51w' ,,,,.2 0 4. lotaltt 23 2 4B
O. Forest 72 BUS 48 Norman rebounded But Harold from outside, complimenting the in- Mlddloburg ((17)). C. Caudet 02. L. Boyd 22. I
BUS Marion
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida BHS didn't shoot very well at Chandler double dribbled under the side work of center Pat Diggs. BHS 51 N. 39 J. Bako I-2 4, J. Brogan 2 I-S. Totals, 5.17. I

!1 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Ocala Forest and lost a 72-48 deci- pressure of the GHS trapping press led 13-10 after the first period, 2118at BHS jumped out to an 11-2 lead as KIIS 26 BUS 15
and turned the ball But the half and 40-26 after the third the BHS junior varsity girls beat
over. ,
I night Jan. 27 to the
undersigned ELLEN L. BAILEY P.O. BOX sion Tuesday The JV game at Keystone Heights
North Marion 51-39 for their ninth
Chandler then stole the basketball period. GUS won the fourth period
1294. STARKE FL sole owner doing Wildcats. High last Jan. 22
Thursday out
I the BHS got
win in Tuesday night
back with 33 seconds 228. gym ,
remaining
business under the firm name of BAILEY BHS had 29 turnovers. From the Jan. 26.NM of hand and Coach Eddins pulled his

ADVERTISING Intends to register said never got closer than four team off the court with 1:20 left and i

fictitious name under the aforesaid took a 26-15 loss.Inexperienced.
I Wrestlers Win Their Second MatchBradford points.It
statute. was the best BHS has played officials called no

,. Dated this 26 day of January. A.D. this year. The girls got their offense fouls the first half They called a bet I

1917 In Bradford County. matmen won their second drawback to the BHS matmen. Upcoming... going correctly, and that was the ter but not a good game the second I

1/29 '41 2/18 pd match of the season this past "When you start 25 points down it's The next match is tomorrow (Fri- reason, says Coach Eddins. half but it was too late, says Coach

week over St.Augustine D & B, and hard to overcome. With the BHS did this without two starters Eddins The BHS girls were instructed -
excep- day, Jan. 30) when BHS goes to Clay to foul
lost to Baker High. tion of two matches we've been lost because of poor grades. Keystone playersnear
right High for a 2 p.m. assembly match.
NOTICE the end to get them to foul line
OF INTENTIONTO record far is 2 .Ht II I* 12 5 -II ,
The season so wins, there Coach David Tew. The
REGISTER says Tuesday, Feb. 3, BHS goes to NM S 14 S SSrodlord 9 but the officials wouldn't call the
FICTITIOUS NAME 6 losses, and 3 ties. coach says the effort by the BHS Eastside in Gainesville for a 7 p.m. ((11)). Omnm Norman 4.-.. Ann TaylorIN fouls. the coach noted.
Lack of wrestlers is still the main wrestlers has been good.IN match
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
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Statutes, notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Dorothy Jones 118 N. THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

Walnut St., Starke, Fla, sole owner do. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

ing business under the firm name of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE DIVISION

Snap Shop 1 Hour Photo 118 N. WalnutSt. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. CASE NO.1 86.40'-CA CASE NO.1 16.21.CA Court No. 84.300.CivJ.14

., Starke, Fla. Intends to register said CASE NO.I S7-5.CAIN IN REi Th. Marriage of R.V. DURRANCE CASE NO.: 87-l-CP UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

fictitious name under the aforesaid RE: Trie adoption of JERRY BATES. Plaintiffvs. FILE NO.: 1-3790 Plaintiff

statute. KIMBERLY DIANE MICHAELSa Husband, IN RE: Estate of VS.
and ROSA LEE MITCHELL, CLYDE HOGAN. IRVING THOMAS. ARCHIBALD H. WILLIAMS and
Dated this 19th day of January, A.D.. minor.NOTICE
I 1987 in Bradford County. OF ACTION BLANCHE BATES AND WILLIAM J. HOGAN JR. Deceased. TRACEY S. WILLIAMS his wife,

1 l/224'pd2/12 TO PATRICK GEORGE MICHAELS JR. Wife Defendants. et. al..

RESIDENCE UNKNOWN NOTICE OF ACTION: NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Defendants.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: NO PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to NOTICE OF SALE

the adoption of a minor child has beet. TO JERRY BATESRESIDENCE the Judgment of Partition entered In this Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
NOTICE OF AUCTION
I
administration of the Estate of IR-
filed and required to case. dated 20 1917, that I will
you are serve a UNKNOWNYOU January to a Final Judgment entered on
NOTICE is hereby that on Monday
given of written defenses, if sell to the highest and best bidder for VING M. THOMAS. Deceased, File No.
ARE
on NOTIFIED
February 2, 1987 at 10.00 o'clock copy your any that an action for December 22, 1986 by the above entitled
A.M.. the undersigned, Gator Johnny R. Hobbs. Jr.. petitioners attorney dissolution of marriage has been filed cash In the First Floor Lobby of the Bradford $7.1-CP Is pending In the Circuit Court Court In the above styled cause the

1 Freightways Inc.. will sell at public auction wnose address is P.O. Drawer against you and you are required to County Courthouse In Starke, Bradford for Bradford County Florida Probate undersigned United States Marshal or

: for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville 938. Slarke. Florida 32091 on 'J< before serve a copy of your written defenses, if County Florida at 11:00 A.M. on Division, the address of which Is Bradford any of his. duly authorized deputies will)

Fla., 32205. one lot of Vac February 24. 1987 and file the original any to It on Eugene F. Shaw Wife's attorney the 4th day of February 19(7 the follow County Courthouse Starke, Florida sell the property situate in Bradford

cleaners and fans consigned to with the clerk of this court either before whose address is 925-E North ing described property as set forth in the 32091. County Florida described as:

Panasonic Miami Fla., to satisfy freight .service on petitioner attorney or Immediately Temple Avenue. Starke. Florida 32091 Judgment of Partition to-wit: The names and addresses of the Per Lot Seven ((7)) Block 16, KEYSTONE

and storage charges, under the provisions thereafter; otherwise a on or before February 12. 1987 and file Thirteen ((13)) acres. more or leis, in sonal Representative and the PersonalRepresentatlye's CLUB ESTATES Unit 1. according to plat

of Section 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill default/ will be entered against you for the original with the clerk of this court the West part of the NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of attorney are set forth thereof recorded In plat book 3 page 9 of

of Lading. th. relief demanded In the petition.; ; either before service on Wife attorneyor Section 27, Township South Range 22 below. the public records of Bradford County

783364 dId 11/30/86 WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Immediately thereafter; otherwise a East bounded on the North by land of Interested persons are required to Florida

i 1/22 2tchg 1/29 court on this 13th day of January, 1987. default will be entered against you for John Pullen on the East by land of Conway file with this Court. WITHIN THREE MON at public outcry to the highest and best

GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK the relief demanded In the petition. on the West by land of Powell- THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00

t BYi Linda L. Pearce DATED on this 6 January 1987.GILGERTS. Smith Company and on the South by NOTICE: ((1) all claims against the estate o'clock Noon on February 18 1987 at the
Deputy Clerk BROWNAs State Road No. 48 (now State Road 16)) front door entrance of the BradfordCounty
CITY OF LAWTEY l134tcng25MEETING Clerk of the Court DATED this 20th day of January 19(7. and ((2) any objection by en Interested Courthouse at Stark., Florida.
Office of BYl Beulah person to whom notice was mailed that
Community DevelopmentP.O. MoodyAs GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK Dated: December 31 1986.
Drawer G Deputy Clerk BY Beulah Moody challenges the validity of the will the Richard L. Cox, Jr.
I Lawlay. Florid 3205 1/1 4tchg 1/29 Deputy Clerk qualifications of the Personal Representative United States Marshal

NOTICE l222tchg129NOTICE venue, or Jurisdiction of the Middle District of Florida
There will be a m..ting held on Court.
January 22 1987 Dorothea Beone
I February 2, 1987 at 7:30 at the City
p.m. NOTICE ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Assistant United States Attorney
Hall In Lowtey. This; meeting Is conc.rn.Ing FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The City of lawtey Community Suwannee River Economic Council. Attorney for Plaintiff
Suwann. River
garbage pickup. The is askingall Economic Council.
Development Office .1 part of their Mayor Inc., hereby announces Notice of Intentto Publication of this Notice has begunon l'1S4tchg2 S
citizens; to attend. Inc., hereby announce Notice of Intent to
administer the HRS Low-Income January 2., 1187. .
Demolition/Relocation Program will City Clerk administer the HRS Low-Income Families <- -
I
receive sealed bids for the Demolition Families Weotherisatlon Program In the
Alphonso Anderson Weatherliation Program In the ( county NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Service from the
and Lot Clearing of one single family 1/222tchg 1/29 8 county SREC Area SREC Service Area from the present Personal RepresentativeBY REGISTER
end of .
time to contract.It
dwelling located on Brown Lane In present existing time to end of existing contract. It Is anticipated : Annie Louise Browning FICTITIOUS NAME

lawtey. Bids will be accepted it the Is anticipated that approximately that approximately$91,OOO will Route 4. Box 413
., Se4,000 will b. spent on weatherlsatlon be spent on weotherisation Starke. Florida 32M1
Community Development Office temporarily NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO carpentryrepair -
material before 6/30/87. All materials Pursuant to Section 1(9.09. Florida
I labor before 4/30/17 In the B Attorney for PersonalRepresentative
located 19* U.I.IO East. P.O. REGISTER purchased must meet minimum standards Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
SREC Service Area. Minimum
county requirements :
Box 94 Baldwin, Florida 32234 until FICTITIOUS NAME as published In the Federal letter undersigned. ELLEN L. BAILEY. P.O. BOX
ore a of reference
12:00 Moon en February 1117. Bids will Pursuant to Section "*5.09. Florid. Materials secured TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.
Register. are by local business ... 1294. STARKE. FL sole owner doing
from person or .Inl.t.r.proof ,
.be opened at 1:00 PM on February 9, Statutes, notice ,Is hereby given that the Suwannee River Economic Council. Inc., of a required local licenses, will be BY: Darts Christopher business under the firm name of BAILEY
140 S.Thompson 40
VAUGHN III. P.O. Drawer
undersigned E.C.
1917. For additional Information come Issuing a purchase order to participating accepted by Suwannee River Economic ADVERTISING Intends to register said
St., Stark., Fla. 32091 sole Starke. Florida 32091
by tile office or cad 26-Hf2 between Vendor based on prices quoted. All local Council, Inc. o certificate ol Insuranceshowing fictitious name under the aforesaid
business' under the firm )
owner, doing 804 / 11..272 2tchg /29-t/S
materials who desire
building suppliers
1:30 AM and 9:00 PM Monday through 140 S. comprehensive liability Insurance taiute.
name of Creative Cabinet Works
frld... The City of Lawtey ComtnunltyDeveiopment Thompson St., Starke, Fla. 32091 Intends to Economic do business Council.with Inc.,Swwannee should submit, River a that Include premises, and completed Dated this 21 day of January A.D.

Office reserve the right to to register said fictitious name operation. Workmen Compensation 1117 In Bradford County.
letter to the Execution Director,' P.O.
reject any end aft .bid*. Lawtey Is an under the aforesaid statute. Is deducted from the labor checkIf 1/2941 2/11 pd
70 Live Oak Florida
lox 3300 so
Equal Opportunity Employer. Indicate Dated this 30 day of D.c.mb.r-A.D. not carried by the Contractor.

sealed bid en outside of envelope. 1986 in Bradford County. stating.- 1/29 29ch.2/05 ./29 2tchg 2/01 .

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Three Crosses I:




Evangelizing Minister wants to put "crosses in every county" in the U.S. ;


By Mark Frledlin said Hill, but instead a private, non ing the instructions he received." a ,,
BCT Staff Writer demonational effort to "heighten Coffmdaffer said his crews have tk rN ,
The cluster of crosses, more than Christian Awareness". already completed their work in /
25 feet high, loomed over the passingcars "The crosses have one purpose, Ohio,Kentucky, West Virginia,West b, I
and trucks along busy U.S. 301 and one purpose only," said Coffin Virginia and Maryland. They are
last week near Lawtey. daffer said this week from his home. presently at work in states other
The crosses consists of a group of "That is to remind people to than Florida including Penn ; Ut
three with one tall gold cross in the remember that Jesus Christ was sylvania, North Carolina and do 1 r
center, flanked by two shorter blue crucified on a cross at Calvary for Georgia, he said.Coffindaffp.r .
ones on the sides. our sins and that he is coming again said Florida was one
They stand next to St. Georges' soon." __ __ of his"most important"states in the
Church near Lawtey and they have Coffmdaffer said his corporation project because "Florida is a
large spikes at their base and at plans to put at least one set of beautiful place, and lots of wonderful
each end of their horizontal boards. crosses in every county in each of people retire down there."
The site doesn't have any other the 50 states, and in each of the 1,366 The benefactor added that, after .
signs or words of explanation, just cities and towns nationwide which the clusters are built, his "ultimate c .
'
large crosses. bear names derived from the Bible. intention" is to illuminate them at N
Some local residents passing by According to Hill, the Florida project night. "We've already done that at .'r t
were wondering-were they markersof comprises sites in each of the 67 25 sites and they are so beautiful f ,
church property? Were they sup' counties, plus one in each of the 35 they take your breath away," he '1 II/4
Crts for new telephone or electric "Biblical' cities. As examples of said.
? Or, as several timidly sug those, Hill mentioned St. Coffindaffer said the colors of the y
gested, were they markers for the Petersburg,St. Agustine and Santos, crosses are highly significant and :
Klu Klux Klan? l
others. r _
among
were explained to him in his original 4 l
The answer, provided by the Hill said the Florida project is still + S
pastor of St Georges: is none of the in its earliest stages, with only 12 vision."The gold cross in the middle he
above. sites completd! so far. '
said, "signifies Jesus' royalty andis
The foreman of the crew who put In addition to the cluster in also "reminiscent of the fact that r
the crosses up alongside the Lawtey, crosses also stand in Pasco, one of the wisemen brought him a -
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highway,gave the explanation they llernando, Alachua, Dixie and Levy gift of gold at his birth." I I
were donated to the church by a counties. blue"
The light blue -or "angel as
wealthy evangelist Hill added however,that Cash Thy Coffindaffer puts it, is
Bob Hill, foreman of the crew who Bread has two construction crews "emblamatic of the two thieves who
erected the crosses,said the clusters working in Florida, and that each were crucified beside Jesus and who
were put up to "enlighten people crew is completing one site per dayon were saved." 1
about God, and to remind them that the average. also
The color is the "goodluck"color
Jesus died for them on the cross". Hill said he is the foreman of one of the Jewish faith and that of
Hill said the crosses are part of an crew, working in North Florida, and the Moslems worldwide" said Cof
effort by one man in West Virginia to that both crews are under the direc findaffer, who received a "com-
place similar clusters in every county tion of Bill Miller, who could not be mandment through Moses to wear
in the United States reached for comment Monday or of
that color" as part of their ritual
The man is Bernard Coffindaffer, Tuesday .
a Methodist Minister in Craigesville, Hill said that to the best of his prayer.Coffindaffer said his
West Virginia. His placement of the knowledge, the target date for com derives its name from the corporation first line
crosses is handled by Cast They pletion of the Florida sites was the
of the Bible's Ecclesiastes, Chapter
Bread, Inc. a non-profit corporationhe middle of the Summer in 1987. 7 ..
11 which reads "Cast they Bread
founded specifically for that pur Coffindaffer said the idea of plac- shall {vr
the waters and thou find
,
upon .
pose.The. ing the crosses all over the country 'a
project is not In any way affiliated came to him in a divine vision earlyin See 3
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Crosses Loom Over Lawtey... ,

Bill Hill and David Symes of "Crew Three" In Unites States.
Florida, stand by their latest project at St. Georges Several states are already completed Hill said, and
Church near Lawtey. three crews are working in various parts of Florida
The crews stopped In Lawtey to place the cluster of now.-
three crosses in a project financed by a Methodist .
For That Someone .9 Minister In West Virginia. The crosses are offered to private landowners, and ;
His goal: to place crosses in every county In the were donated free of charge to St. George's. I Ij j



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Pag 2 BSKCTION January 29.1987Parade




I wins dance competition in GainesvilleBy


1 Mark Friedlin be selected to appear as a dancer in Bradford County- Strawberry Queen commented at the beginning of the were announced.
BCT Staff Writer the upcoming movie,which has been Pageant.The competition. "It's going to be difficult Donna and other dance competition
j Donna Parado, 18 of Hampton billed as a "true story of a dancer talent search was formulatedby to make one or the final spots." bopefulls were required to
Lake, took a big step toward a professional and her boyfriend on the road In con American Independent Produc- For weeks after the talent search prepare a solo freestyle dance
dancing career when she temporary America". tions, from Hollywood and took began, both beauty and dance con- routine of up to three minutes in
won a hotly contested talent search The filmed will be shot on locationin place at "Stacks" in Gainesville at testants competed,with two finalists duration They wereako required to
\ recently. various parts of the country in- the Holiday Inn University Center chosen during each week of competition. supply their own music and were
al Donna placed first in the semifinals cluding Hollywood, California. and was made up of a weekly series These contestants were competing responsible for the production'' of
of the Nationwide Talent Donna is a 1986 graduate of Brad- of highly competitive beauty and for just two parts in the motion their own routine critical factor in
Search for dancers to cast the soon- ford High School, where she ap- dance contests which began in picture one for a dancer and the eyes of the judges.accordiad to
to-be filmed major motion picture peared as a majorette and a was November as the contestants were one in the beauty portion of the com- Donna.
called "Star-Dancer". also a member of the tennis team. narrowed down from a field of more petition.The .
Donna will compete in the finals of The daughter of Dr. Romeo than 100 aspiring dancers. competition lasted over six Donna is employed' the Fashion
the
the dance competition on Friday, Parado of Hampton Lake, Donna "There were some very talented weeks and the tension was at a high Stop in Starke ands managed by
Jan.30 and if she wins a spot she will was also first runner-up in the 1986 local dancers who tried out,"Donna level when the semi-finalist winners Modeling Connection in Gainesville.

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Saturday, February 14.
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member,so bring the whole family.
The festival is sponsored by the .
Bradford County Interagency Council.
The Council a network of local
agencies and services, hopes to promote
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pilots concerned over resumption of request to expand artillery :firing zoneBY

Mark Frlrdlin -
BCT Staff Writer port committee authored the resolution report does not reflect the noise of away from the airport and the city airspace above the guardownedproperty parted"if the new restrictions were
The on-agam off-again proposal sent to the FAA the new emplacements. To sum it into the ususal impact area locatedin in order give these men the put into effect.
by the U.S. Army to expand their firing "Jim Young obtained a copy of up I have no confidence that the environmental the middle of the Camp. training they need.** -It's bad in a safety aspect and in
area around Camp Blanding Is this proposal in Jacksonville( Hendrix report is complete The tubes(barrels will be pointed Dams said the guard also neededthe an economic aspect" Young told
now on again it was learned lastweek commented at the time. 'It was enough, as the Army did not consult away from town'* Col. Davis said. additional space within the council members. "The prevailing I
causing concern among the never sent to the city as far as I can any of the state agencies most "The noise is much greater in the facility in order to move the the guns winds at the site dictate that we use
many private pilots who use the tell. Our notice of this modificationwas notably the Department of Environmental impact area and that is where our within short notice to simulate actual the runway we have just improvedat
rapidly growing Keystone Heights totally inadequate in my opi Regulation and we men have always fired their battle conditions."We such a great cost over 90 percentof I
Airport.The nion. The change extends the simply did not receive adequate weapons. You might be able to hear want to train the men to fire the time for takeoffs. Taking off
airport borders the National restricted airspace all the way to the notification on such a major the new emplacements twit only their guns, move their weapons and from that runway puts you on a I
Guard facility at Camp Blanding property line at the airport and yet change," under certain weather conditions. fire again in a short period of time heading directly over Camp Blan-
and local city council members and we have had very little time to reactor The Army was represented at the The training period each year at the only time they may get during a ding. If the restricted area is enlarged -
pilots who use the facility are wore respond. The purpose as I see it is council meeting by Col. Ed Davis, Camp Blanding lasts from April real battle.- Davis said. "The only up to our airport boundaries there
ried that the proposal which they to accomodate a whole range of activities who told council members the city through June. Col. Davis also said reason we have not put guns in the will be margin for error,especially -
thought had been cancelled by the including an expanded use of was notified about the proposal in the hours of operations are usually southern portion of the Camp Blan- for beginning pilots."
Federal Aviation Administration in artillery in the area." 19KO when the request was initiated.Col. in a time of low air activity at the ding land previously is because we
July has now been revived again. Reading from an Environmental Davis said the request for the airport. have had no restricted airspace high "The area is too crowded
KM City Council members voted Assessment prepared by? the Army expanded area originated in a recent "We usually train from a period enough above it to fire. already." Young continued. "We
unanimously at a special meeting Hendrix said the report 'did not findany expansion of the National Guard between 8 p.m and 5 a.m.. Cot have a high speed military jet route
May 27 to send a resolution to the 'significant environmental under the Reagan administration. Davis said. "And the 24-day period -We need the Keystone Airport west of the airport. We're running
FAA strongly objecting to a U.S. Ar damage likely' but did not mention "Congress has mandated a would not be on successive days,but Col. Davis continued.We have used out of options for private pilots in
my's initial Keystone Heights or it airport, Gold decrease in the standing Army to would vary depending on the type of it extensivry for our own exercises in this area. We don't need additional
Kit Airport request.Manager Jim Young Head State Branch Park or any 700,000 men," Davis told council unit using the firing range at the the past and we hope to continue to restrictions now"
told council members at the time other socio-economic factors." members. "This means we have to time." be able to do this in the future An active 'The time limitatum may be just
that the proposed expansion would "The proposal would create new have more activity in the guard to "It's much more economical to viable airport there is vital to 24 days per year but'the restrictedarea
pose a safety hazard and hurt firing positions near Sand Hill Lake, maintain readiness. We were not ful- keep a guard unit in training than a us." will be listed on ainnaps all
business at the airpark. Lowery Lake and across the ly using the available airspace regular Army unit," Davis said. City Airport manager Jim Young year"Young said."To most private
City Councilman John Hendrix highway from Gold Head park" around Camp Blanding in the past "The costs are about 10 percent for a rejected the proposal) in his statement pilots when they see an area like that
then Chairman of the council's air Hendrix said at the hearing. "The and we simply want to use the guard unit in comparison. We simp- to the council,however saying marked on map it's just like a stop
airspace over property owned by ly have In \... a..... t... use that the airport would be"seriously im- sign to them" .
Camp Blanding to meet these new
training requirm(>nts."
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5, 'ea>r' : Col. Davis said the artillery batteries -
y cannot fire at all angles with
1% the present restrictions and said the Three Crosses I Iit
7.389 Army had asked fur an increase in -Iran page I-
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and laterally to accomodatethe
training exercises.The after many days". fcHiIl said the construction crews do -What that means" said Coffin
airzone in dispute is refered to Coffindaffer added that all the not notify media outlets about their daffer."is that I get out of the way
Rate OCompounded as K-2903. The proposal would have workers 'III'hoerect crosses for him actions, but that they do leave Coffindaffers and don't make a big deal of what
r 7 T / expanded it in area to the northwest are paid for their services. 7I_.. name and phone number I'm doing. I am available and I am
/ 1 r boundaries of the Keystone Airportand are no volunteers here."he said,but with the owner of each site. obedient to my vision.
from the current 18,000 feet added that only hire Christians. -If people are interested they'llask His ultimate satisfaction he said
Monthly / JL J altitude level 1 up to 32,000( feet to give Everybody who works for us is a around** ,find out about us and get comes from the following scenario:
in touch Coffindaffer said. "A is down the
gunners a higher angle of fire for Christian. man driving highway
more realistic training.The There is no timetable for the completion Cofrindaffer added that the big- in his car and sees the crosses." He
proposal would have also in- of the nationwide effort, according gest contribution in the form of a said. "He starts wondering about
private donation be ever received them thinking about the Lord."
; : creased the restricted area over air- to Coffindaffer. "There'sjust
,4year', zone K-2M)4! ) which lies north of no way of forecasting that," be check for S50O came from a man in
% SH-16 to the north of Kingsley Lake. said. adding that the overall goal of Santos. Florida who was struck by
"We are only asking that the the program emcompasses more the beauty of the crosses.Coffindaffer Doll-ings Set Show
7.176Rate said the Cast They
than sites nationwide.
restrictions be in effect 24 days out 10,000
Annual Yield of the year during "A.T.V (Annual Hill said the process of site selection Bread group has bad frequent bat" Feb. 14 at Oaks
Training by visiting National Guard is very simple. "We just drive tles withhbe'l'al with the activist American grourpsespecially CivilLiberties Everyone who has ever loved a
and regular Army units)," Davis down the highway" and look for a Union.But special doll or enjoyed watching a
told council members before the beautiful site. child play with a special doll will en- .
vote. "During that 24-day period the "Then we ask the owner for permission there's not a thing the ACLU joy seeing the myriads of different
Compounded 6 9501 restrictions would be 'stratified in to use his land." Most of the can do about us." Coffindaffer said. dolls from all) over the area in the annual
that area" in other words if we owners comply enthusiastically he "because allot our crosses are on Doll-ings Doll Show set for
Monthly didn't need all of that airspace up to said. private(and"Colfudalfa Saturday. February 14, in the Oaks
32,000( feet for a particular unit we Coffindaffer said he wants no is figure of some Mall in Gainesville.
wouldn't ask for the entire area on recognition for his efforts but that mystery in his native West Virginia The Doll-ings Gainesville))be
that certain day. It would depend on he willingly accepts contributions County according to a newspaper sponsoring their 12th Annual Doll
: the unit in training at the time." from private donors. publisher in the area. Show. Area residents are invited to
$, ye 1't' Addressing the noise issue. Col. "At some point the money will For his part Coffindaffer said betakes bring their own dolls to show and
Davis said the new gun run out. When I pull up short I will his inspiration from John's compete for ribbon awards. Hours
Annua'l 7.069 toward the north and would be firing provide for me." Coffindaffer said. must increase while I decrease" 10:30 a.m.The show starts at 11 a.m.
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Martha Godwin Church in Morris Town. Dessa Lee C. CrewsMrs. Bradford Square Shopping Center 964-6946

RudisillMrs. She is survived by: one daughter- Dessa Lee Courson Crews,

Martha Godwin Rudisill 62, in-law, Mrs. Sara Stephens of 81, of Lake Butler died Thursday Fisher "Hi-Fi ** '169.95
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illness. burial to follow in Jarnagin Mrs.Crews was born in Georgia,she
Mrs. Rudisill born in Miami.
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Cemetary in Morris Town,Tenn. came to Lake Butler in 1928 where .
She lived in Gainesville since 1955, and versatile! This Fisher portable
Archie Tanner Funeral Home was she has resided since. She was a _.
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ago.She was a veteran of WWII, Lonnie William Norman, 69, of Cindy C. Mosley of Baldwin Vivian favorite muse through the great.sounding
Womens Marine Corps. She is a Kingsley Lake passed away Wednes- Whitehead and Margaret Pritchett two-way detachable speakers Plus a
member of the Citra Baptist Church day, Jan. 21, at Bradford: Hospital both of Lake Butler. 1 Son: Mac built in 3 band graphic equalizer allows la ti i i I I I
and National Association of Medical following an extended illness. Crews of Lake Butler, 14 Grand- you to custom tailor the music1' AC/DC j j '" i
Technologists. She was also a Norman was born and raised in children, 19 Great Grandchildrenand poer options offer listening) enjoyment, d
graduate of Bunce Medical School in Bradford County and bad spent his 5 Great Great Grandchildren. at nome or on.the.goFisher
Miami. entire life here.He was the son of the Funeral services were held Satur-
She Is survived by: one foster late Franklin Norman and Tina day, January 24, at 2:00 p.m. in the
daughter, Carolyn Sue Wells of Crawford Norman. First Christian Church of Lake 70-Watt; Per Channel
Gainesville; one foster son, MichaelW. Norman was a retired heavy Butler with Rev. Art Peterson of
.Wells of Interlachen; her mother, equipment operator in the construc- ficiating. Burial followed in Mt.Zion Reg $5gg
Mrs. tion business. He of the Audio Component System
Lillian Godwin of Gainesville; was Baptist Cemetery under the direction of Ar-
two brothers, James F. "Big Jim" faith. Sal"529
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
Godwin of Hilliard, and Doyle V. Norman is survived by: his wife,
Godwin Jr., of Lake Butler; several Mrs. Pauline Marion Horseman
neices and nephews. Norman of Kingsley Lake; two Key Feature
Funeral services were held at the sisters, Elizabeth Griggs of Palatka Millard S. Snowden Sr. tA a TO Watts per channel minimum
graveside in Forest Meadows and Mary Chesser of Jacksonville; Mr. Millard S. Snowden 66, of II I -- RMS power Into 8 ohms, from ,
Cemetery East in Gainesville one half-sister, Ann McCullers of Lake Butler,died Wednesday night, r7 M- 2OHz-2OkHz, with no more than I
Wednesday morning. Burial followed. Jacksonville; seven brothers,Leroy January 21, 1987, in the Veterans O O.5'tW THD '
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Norman of Starke, James Normanof Hospital in Lake City after an extended l c1 .
Mississippi,Robert"Bobby"Nor a Built-in S band graphic equalizer lor .
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Clarence W. Taylor 65, of Lake Funeral services were conductedat American Airway, where he was a i television without causing picture
Butler died Sunday, Jan. 18, at his the graveside in Long Beach Supply Clerk,and he had owned and I
home in Lake Butler after an ap- Cemetary in Maxville on Friday, operated Conch Key Fish House in
parent heart attack. Jan. 23, with Rev. Leo Sherrill of Marithon, Florida. He was a InterferenceFISHER'
He was born in Richview, 111. He ficiating. member of the Conch Key Baptist
was a retired truck driver and a Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Church, former member of the i ii
veteran of WWII. He was also a Starke is in charge of arrangements. Conch Key Vol. Fire Departmentand
member of the Veterans of Foreign the American Legion in Lake Ci i
Wars Post 10082 of Lake Butler and a I

member of the American Legion Marcus "Charlie" Mosley ty.He is survived by his wife, Alice
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brother Warren Taylor of Jan.22,at the Veteran's Administration Ga.; 1 Son: Millard S. Snowden Jr.
Woodlawn, Ill. friend and Hospital in Gainesville follow of Lake Butler; 2 Stepsons: Lonnie
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Funeral services were held on Brothers: George C.; Olon and perweek 2 9 9
Wednesday at the graveside in my and was a member of the Charles Snowden all of Miami. Max
Dekle Cemetary in Lake Butler with Highland Baptist Church. He was of North Carolina William of Tam- WITH APPROVED CREEfr
the Rev. Art Peterson officiating. self-employed as a farmer. pa; and Crumpton L. Snowden of
Burial followed under the directionof Mosley is survived by: one son, Calif.; 2 Sisters: Quinee Mae Swen-
the Archer Funeral Home Lake DeWayne Mosley of Clay Hill; three
in son and Doris Price both of Miami; 5
Butler. daughters, Karen Henry of Lawteyand .
Donna and Deanna Mosley of Grandchildren.Mr. Reg. 379
Highland; two brothers Earl Snowden was cremated. _
Memorial services and burial will be
Mrs. Lillie Mae DrakeMrs. Mosley of Maxville and Nathan
Mosley of Clay Hill; two sisters Bell announced at a later date. Archer $359PAY
Lillie Mae Drake, 88, of Rosier of Lawtey and Hazel Griffis Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in Sale
Starke passed away Wednesday, of Highland; also five grand charge of arrangements.
Jan. 14, following an extended il children.
lness. Funeral services were held Satur-
Mrs. Drake was born in Wise,Va., day, Jan. 24, at Highland Baptist AS LITTLE PAY AS LITTLEAS PAY AS LITTLEAS
and moved to Morris Town, Tenn., Church with burial following in the
where she lived for 25 years before church cemetary. Rev. Lester AS *7.80 per weekwith '9.50 per weekwith *11" per weekwith

moving to Florida in 1942. Austin officiated with Rev. George approved credit approved credit
She came to Starke from Orlando Chism, assisting. approved credit
about three years ago. Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Quebec i Is the only walled si awsa.
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Lisa Mosley, won first place In prepared public speak- award'In the tractOr driving' competition on the district I
Bradford County Future Farmer of America (FFA). Ing at the district competition. Bradford County s Cbet Nvrmanlion the first place. level.



Area FFA'ers


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The world distance record for solo ballooning was set in 1984 when Joe Kittinger flew 3,535 miles from Maine
to Italy in 84 hours. compete In districts i

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Future Farmers of America from The day-long event was hosted by
the Lake Butler FFA and held at
Union County High School and Bradford
= Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry FarmS:1' County High School representedthe UCHS during a student holiday on
= Located off 100 South towards take two schools at the district FFA Friday,Jan. 23.
Home Keystone right on
Also competing in the district con
Se. competition which was held in Lake
: ,. 24th Street, follow signs or Butler this year test were representatives from
\ ",' Call 964-7109 Lisa Mosley of BHS won first placein Duval County, Columbia County
qJ.T. PARRISH # & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:30: the prepared public speaking Bell,and Williston.The .
'' category and Chet Norman, also of various competitions which
Come Visit Us In Our
496-3055 took Friday included
LO place on
BHS, won first place in the tractor
Co-Op Craft ShooSpring driving competition. Bradford'sGina prepared public speaking extem-
'I public ,
New Construction poraneous speaking
Remodeling Andrews also won a third place
is for award in extemporaneous public parliamentary procedure,
PlantingRoofing
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Electrical Plumbing speaking.Lisa agribusiness management
Trailer Poles All Nature Sings of Jesus and Chet will go cn to com- agriculture. mechanics and tractor
driving.On
Nn b pete in their categories at the state
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.. ., Curtis Clyatt and Lisa Waters of and give, out awards was Adrian
i ( S .r UCHS, both competed in the public Williams a former Lake Butler FFA
..... .. speaking category after winning member and present secretary. of
the Florida State FFA Chapter.
their division of that category In the
sub-district held earlier--' The Union FFA advisors would,': ,
Ill Jrl this month. competition like to thank all of the local people
sesHOURS who made it possible for UCHS to
,
At the district level Clyatt won se-
host the district ,with
cond place in prepared public speak- competition a
thank to those
ing and Waters won second place in special you people
8.30-7.00. U.S.301 South- who acted as judges for-the competition.
: : 1 extemporaneous public speaking. .
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High speed chase through Clay ends in arrest in KeystoneA



A high speed chase covering one headed from Palatka toward Green According to Lt. Brian Bishop with Deputy Clinton Blankenship who the Lincoln spotted the two CCSO Arrested was the driver of the
end of Clay County to the other and Cove Springs. the CCSO, Sgt. Jay Haynes with the was working the. county zone near vehicles outside Keystone Heights. vehicle, Clarence Jackson Jr., 38, of
at times exceeding speeds of 100 GCS Officer Gary Roberts spottedthe CCSO took charge of the chase with the Keystone Heights area and He brought the car to a screeching Cross City and the only passenger in
m.p.h. began in Green Cove Springs'' car as it cam" Into town and Deputy John Sokol pursuing the Deputy Ralph Jones who was work stop, sliding off the side of the road the car, Robin Bernard Jackson 26,
shortly after a "be on the look out" started pursuing the vehicle at ap- vehicle on SR 16 as it headed toward ing the City of Keystone Heightszone. and into the ditch, according to of Delray Beach. According to the
bulletin was issued from Palatka proximately 11:23: a.m. on Sunday. SR 21, Bishop. CCSO and GCSPD,'both men were
and ended at the outskirts of .Sgt. Scott Markle, also with the The Florida Highway Patrol also Jones and Blankenship moved Shortly after the Lincoln had been charged with a variety of counts including
Keystone Heights GCSPD, assisted In the chase as the Joined in the chase. north of the City and with their blue stop by Jones and Blankenship, fleeing and attempting to
stolen car was pursued through Once the stolen vehicle reachedSR lights flashing they were stationedat that had been in pursuit elude resisting arrest without
According to Green Cove Springs' several local streets and at one point 21, it turned south toward Deer Springs Road near John and those called in for violence,auto theft, retail theft and
Chief of Police William Bland his collided with a GCSPD car. Keystone Heights and had been Brown's Mobile Homes on north SR assistance arrived at the scene. At there was an outstanding capius for
department received a bulletin on Damage to the police department clocked at speeds in excess of 100 21. one point between the CCSO GCSPD both men in Palm Beach County. .
Sunday,January 25 regarding a 1979 vehicle was minor, and although the m.p.h. Twenty four minutes after the initial and the Florida Highway Patrol, They were transported back to
Lincoln Continental that had fled Lincoln received some damage on Still eluding law enforcement officers chase began through the streetsof there were nine law enforcement Green Cove Springs and incarcerated
from a service station in Palatka impact, it continued through the the CCSO called out Clay Green Cove Springs, the driver in units at the scene. in the Clay County Jail.
without paying for gas. A check on streets of Green Cove Springs before
the vehicle revealed that it was heading out SR 16 west. 'I I
reported stolen from Delray Beachon As the stolen vehicle headed down
Saturday January 24. The SR 16, Clay County Sheriff's Office .
bulletin Indicated the vehicle was was notified and Joined in the chase.


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CommentBy


Wayne SponholtzAs the advantage of the offense and cur
the country prepared itself for tailed the ability of the defenders to
the Super Bowl excitement on a halt the wanton running of the offen

rainy, gloomy Sunday morning, a sive.
real life super Sunday drama beganto The running motorist headed west
develop in Green Cove Springs. on SR 16 evading the efforts of the
The game was to end on the outskirtsof front line defense,who were playinga
Keystone Heights. cautious game plan. The runners
Unlike the highly publicized NFL did not committ themselves until
Super Bowl game, this drama would they cut sharply onto SR 21 and
take place practically unnoticed and headed south toward Keystone
in a routine manner. Heights.
The playing field for the drama The defensive captain CCSO
would be the north Clay County supervisor,Sgt. Jay Haynes, had his
area, not a well defined football team in a zone defense but saw the
field. The players would not be need to quickly adjust the defense. >;!:" C ..
players, but a group of well-trained, Not being able to protect the short .. .F" ak, -! <\ :t't.- -' 'f AhA: ".:.IiI' '.
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dedicated professionals not likely to mileage, due to wet conditions, he .... "y': .'. .. :'.:,,, .l5 .
receive the public attention of their decided to play his defense deep. He
super bowl counterparts.The called on Deputy Clinton Blanken-
degree of skill, danger and ship who was in the Keystone area. End of the Line...
for this team to Deputy Ralph Jones was pulled up to
required
courage
carry out the game plan would exceed the position where he could better This was the scene In Keystone Heights on Stale Road 21 after a high Two deputies on duty at the Keystone Heights city limits stopped the
that of the NFL Super Bowl protect his goal line (Keystone City speed chase which involved mutiple law enforcementehicles chasing a suspect.
players. This team did not play for a limits). The deep safety quickly took car theft suspect from Green Cove Springs at speeds of up to 100 miles per
large purse, but for the reward of his queue and became all defense hour.
serving their community in an between the offenders and the goal S & W Discount Auto PartsHwy.

outstanding manner. line. .
There was only one play in the When the running motorist headed 301 North of Starke ,
Clay Super Bowl and it lasted for a south on SR 21 at breakneck speeds "Modesty is becoming to the great. What is difficult is NOW OPEN -
little over twenty four minutes. No to be modest when one is nobodyJules Renard
exceeding 100 miles an hour, all that
whistle marked the beginning of the lay between the speeding vehicle 8 a.m.6 p.m. Monday-Friday

game.A and the Keystone City Limits were
Saturday 8-4 Sunday 10-3
Green Cove Springs police officer two lone defenders. Deputy Jones
attempted to stop a motorist on
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SR 16 in Green Cove Springs, after and Shortly Deputy the Blankenship.play was over. Deputy I 118 S. Thompson Street 9644151Is 1964-41261

receiving a report that the car In Jones and Deputy Blankenship were
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ing pursued, the motorist a
long and dangerous running bean arrest. cash DEBORADebora Battery/ . . . . Fits Most cars
bowl large
No super rings no
The which became a
defense soon
prizes, no national TV coverage for has recently Joined our staff and would like to offer
made of .
combined team up Clay .. ____. -
the participants of the drama, but ..--r -""' -
County Sheriff's Office personnel, you an Intro special... '
one thing for sure, a lot of gratitude
Green Cove and members Springs city of the police Florida personnel from the citizens they serve and -Christine & Debora Only- '
C.J.'s SAWMILL
Highway Patrol was hampered by a recognition for the courage and 1
determination it takes to do the job. $2800 .
soggy, slippery road, which served Perms . . Reg. *3>M . . Now 496-2425

$1 500 4 miles West of Worthington Springs on Hwy. 18
I Woody Herman to perform at UF Frostings . Reg. '25" . Now

The only "swing era"band leader contemporary styles by artists suchas Sale Good through February 11. 1981 PRESSURE TREATED YELLOW PINE

still touring the United States, Carole King, Chuck Mangione "We Like to Keep You Looking Good"
Herman and his Young Leon Russell and Steely Dan. No t
Woody 8' 10' 12' 14' 16' /2" Plywood
Thundering Herd will perform at the Woody Herman performance wouldbe \\

University of Florida Tuesday, Feb. complete" without the "Ebony f Hiiikf 1"x4' .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 *8.10 \
3, in the University Theatre at 7:30: Concerto, written by composer Igor .Y \
Stravinsky especially for Her
p.m.Herman and his band entertained man. Hour 9:30-5:30: M-F Ann's 2'xV 1.70 2.10 2.55 3.00 3.60 a/*" Plywood :
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the Depression years and continuing Ticket prices are: performance A Speciality Gift Shop .. ..
into the "yuppie" era. After $ly performance and reception $25.Ticicets )
6.00 Saw Dust
2.50 3.10 3.75 4.75
starting a show business career as a may be purchased throughthe .
tap dancer, Herman learned to play UNF Alumni Association;
the clarinet and eventually becamea checks should be made payable to 12.xS'/ 3.25 4.10 4.90 5.70 6.50 ChipsShavings6'x6'
band leader. He recently UNF Alumni Association and mailedto Your One Stop Valentine Shop!

celebrated his 50th year with the the Alumni Services Office at JUST ARRIVED: GUND BEARS..COTTA GET A GUM: I _
Herd and his 73rd birthday. UNF, 4567 St. Johns Bluff Rd. S., ...._ .
for VALENTINE. Also door charms for inside or J =- ,.!' ....-
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Audiences of all ages hear Jacksonville Payment
familiar tunes at Herman's perfor Master Card or Visa outside your door English Toffee new varieties of jelly VxS'xB' '1.10iiDVRci
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will be mailed ...
mances. His band's repertoire includes Tickets to purchasersone
from
the Pick bouquet our
pieces he orginalfy recorded week before there concert. and tea in gourmet shop. a ;

". such as "Laura and "Apple Unreserved seats will be sold at the dazzling selection of naturally dried flowers a sure hit --. -- -:.-= :-- /,.- --'
Honey," and arrangements of more door. ..--
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& TRUCKS BUSINESS LAND FOR SALELOT MOBILE HOMES

FOR SALE
ltd CUTLASS BROUGHAM Singi. OPPORTUNITIES
owner, low mileage, $3995.' 964.7271, IN CITY 6000. Call 964-S7&4;after

9644319. 12/18 tfnchg WE MAKE MONEY the old fashioned 5. call 964.5251.3/07 tfn NEW i USED! MOWC HOMES. GIll! Us* t
1964 FORD TRUCK Step-tide. Good for way. We earn It. Call for details 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental over Well.t Ajfml Mobile.. Mam 7B46r0P c/7ritilkar
restoring. Mag wheels. $1,295. 9648397. 1/22 4tpd 2/12 five acres cleared GREAT for country or 9646408.I4"Man
9647536. Evenings & weekends. 12/25 1000SUNBEDS SUNAL WOLFF SAVE living or for Investment such on mobile NEW 14._.212..1 .....OAI.JIocjIe
tfnchg 50% Call for FREE Color Catalogue and home pork, animal farm. etc. Several Roy' Ocerfa. 3SI-SSML l//"-e tfl I//3 REALTYPHONE
1914 TOYOTA TERCEL 4-door, AC wholesale pricing. Excellent money making pecan tree $28,000 DOUtlttHDt. 2 !S*. 2 ft* Ear eote.l .
AM/FM cassette, cruise control. Call or gift. M/C or Visa accepted mon.ymak.r cash or $12,000 down and payment of ...rmnt*abort S22S. SMO Awment p.. ammm mm ffmm
alter 6 p.m. w.ekday. 5332403. Call 18002286292. 1/29 fcan $230 month. Slarke area call 9646493. tree del,_* ene-___"'" 96 .7776
1/Uwtln EUREKA LOG tfnlo credit ...detiI. Olm" MteeiMe. d.er
19S5 COUGAR XR7 TOBOURt Loaded. 1.100.643.1344.HOMES.Full color CALL planning TODAY PRISON EMPLOYEES Walk to U.C.I. Invest c.Stot'oke ... 9645461. I IIdhJI 205 N. Temple Starkec I ITodayand

Low mileage. Call oft.r 5:30: p.m. catalogue, video in Incorporated city lot. S20.00O 1/8
7823242. 1 lit 2tpd 2/05 engineered blueprint. Complete presentation Information each or best cash offer. Reply to: Lot. YOU PA SALES TAX AC SURE._ r.R.T reo_

1976 CADILLAC 71,000 miles, 17 mpg for your own exciting businessand P.O. Drawer A. Storke. FL 32091. Itpd in today. Tree cradft. dhedk ley sAera always may God bestow His love on you.
Uncle II. Oodles :3SI6. air shocks, trailer hitch electric b.autllullog home 1/29 lean. Only at oy -

brakes. $1595. 4732252.-Itpd-1/29- --- OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-sportswear, LOSTFOUNDFOUND UNCLE 1/6 'chv ao.oau 1129 WOit*. Kmg. Service .. .,,,11.... waotrIerluIhrgoj-r.; ; ;; .., Bradford County and he Im-1

ladies apparel chlldrens/maternlty, sine I9fc. S4 ...... Sellexttmodels ..d/O.-........tAat'arrywhere In rhe United States. Pfeate/ fake odvan- \
MOTORCYCLES large sizes petite, dancewear/aeroblc T.V., East of Melrose on SR 26. void: ert can tnm fAmi*.am tIap of Mane wM/a wa nova ma opportunity. There I* no I/me/ like the pre- 1
or accessories store Jordoche, Chic Call for further Information. 964-4924.
Ml ( enough to offer a broad choice of listings
creditfor"'_ of Men. Skylles TeraUfagav ffeolfy s large
Lee, Levi), Izod, Gitano. Guess Calvin Ask for Alan
Jean. 1/B 1/29
or 4tchg Fleetwood ........... CMIr' en Untie. yea sus.0..aegA to mend prompt, personal service.'
1981 YAMAHA XT500 street or dirt bike. Klein Sergio Valente. Evan Plcone, Liz REWARDI Two lost dog.: I male redbone .
Very good condition. $650. 9648210. Clalborne Members Roy s. Ocale. 3SI-05M I,. -11129
Only Gasoline, and male walker.Call Merrill
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12/11 tfn Healthtex. Over 1000 011'1.... $14,800 Griff. 964-6767. Itpd 1/29 24 X 6O"BR 2 ..... ...-//V mOTnartMiddleburg. .... OWNER...TAME LOSS-3 BR. I BA. Newly painted corner lot. $25.000.
to $26,900 Inventory training fixtures, LOST 2 PUPPIES In vicinity of Bradford S>I. OO. 2q -2f21 14222lcbg .12._ACJIUc;.\\orxfc.roodfratej.. Hwy TOO. S.E.24th Ave.8 Forsyth Rd.26000. I
YARD SALES grand opening etc. Can open 15 days Square Shopping Center. 9644239. : 1129 CAST TO DUOYItrl.....,3BM.I%BA.CHI A. Ig. family rm w/f ireplace, formal |
Mr. Loughlin ((612)888-4228.) pd Itchg 1/29 HOMES Of MEXfh X',ST 3 BTH.2 BAs Wll L m. HI*, erlllry reemv Access to .lovely Crystal Lake. See to appreciate.ATTEMmOM .
kitchen fv.ptoce MVsmf ewiwe STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 7 acres. Minutes from prison on |
GARAGE SALE This on.has everything! MISCELLANEOUSWILL located ra *.rfc. a9.... Cell ........ Mu Groan home for trailer space.
Furniture, books, jewelry antiques BOATS 332.2532.tt.rSR w' 1/293yd3Y12 ITS jut EXTRAS THAT COUNT:Secluded 1980 DW. 7V,' ceilings In middle of I

Multi-family. 1206 Raiford Road Rd. 16 41 ec_. ing/uwtdi pool,wooden deck,wooden playground equipment. 59000.
W. In Iront of Green Acres Subdivision 1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. PAY CASH for Mo.762 In Winn DI..- -tIIIIICIIOWIDI1NING 2/1 Frame cottage on 5 lots-Kingsley Lake Village
8:30: until 7? Fri. S Sat. 1tpdo| Mercury and trailer $1800. Dale I.'. Cash Bingo. 4311088. Itchg t/29 $30.500.

CLOTHES, SHOES AND HOUSEHOLD Brown. 9646050. 10/2 tfn ... SAMTSON LAME LOTS OWNER FINANCED 11 FINE LOTS. Approx. 103'x770' I ISeUimj
GOODS 3 miles west on Hwy. 16. TurnIn 14' WHITE SWAN V-Hull boat with 7Vi price$P8. M eo.S3.0OO dn. 10% lnt.-10 yrs.
front of HandyWay. Follow signs hp Mercury and Highlander trailer. .TMC WMOtE KTT ANOCABOOOU 1981 Guerdon doublewlde-Sompson Lake |

Itchg 1/29 Garage kept in excellent condition. :-. S3S.OOOX. Grad Getaway.
STARTS THURSDAY Runs thru next 9646139. Itpd 129PERSONAL tCICAJ.HOME roe LARGE FAMILY S.E.24th Ave (oH Rd. 100 E) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, I II
week. Clothes, clothes, clothes for Accelerated MA. w..etu.l deck overlooking 1/4 oc. fish pond I MUST SEEI!
every size, shape and agel Men SERVICESCHAIN Realty, Inc. COAX M TMC SWING ON THE PORCH IN A LOVELY LANDSCAPED SURROUNMMCI \
and children. All sell.
women priced to 2...2 BA.dbublewid 1.76 acres. Cote to Crosby lake
Other mite items. Rain shine inside
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estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. era Trailer sale. space,.SI.OOO mo.
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn AN MnmATKON TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange& Pratt 3 Br., 2 Ba., [
HOMES GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors windows, CWA. UL DRt.family room 6 patio.
FOR SALE etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South)) Sloifce I Fbooda -ESCAPE TO PABADtSE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET-cleared 100' x 192' lot. 2 utility .

9646078. Orders also taken In Lake Home Lots Acreage Waterfront .,&... pum well and septic tank.

Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, Farms Commercial. -aJ MCOMfe. : an*bedroom. 65" x 130" lot. $10.000.SO .
LOOK AT THISI I Just r.modeled for you. 473.4973. 2/26 tfn C1OSEI 1032: E.Call 5f!., 3 BR. 1'h bath. 45000.
1,720 sq. ft. CH/A, w/attlc fan, 3 or 4 HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical No Charge List Your Property for Sale ]n"'J' -3V43)) EXCEUENT ACRES en both side of Brownlee Rd. Owner will finance |
BR 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen. complete home repair. Coll and discuss it with us. $!2.322-smart Florida' .Investment.MM.EMORIL .

19 x 20 great room closets galore, Reasonable rotes. Licensed contractor LJ.:! : 4O8 Acre in South Bradford County. Partially subdivided,
fenced back yard w/tool shed. Call Mitch. 4733940. l/9tln .
bglWey fnirrtuije' close to school $1,000 per acre. Hardwood trees.D.wliop.'s .
Concrete drive & walk. "t" +4't"Ja'SPACIOUS
Saratoga Hgts. FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimates dreamt
Don't miss this bargain. By owner Call Licensed insured and bonded. All HOME ON HWY 100 S:CB home 3 BR.2 BA,F.es.lex.. 200.q. j -.PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
today. 473.7541 or 4752597. 11/13 types of roofing and repairs. 485.1556 ft. on 4.59 ac. -c01R11Rv aua ACRE LOT S9.5OO.

tfnchg or 374.1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg GREAT VALUElovely CB home on 3 cleared west 2...2 BA. fb.aNfsr '"LOIS MIMOSA -So 900 ea. Great Location I
BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME located on WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and nook, kitchen with lots of cabinets,extra Ig.J.R canal next to little lake Santa F. 4 BR -
freezers In my shop. I buy sell or trade Ing. Cub-for .
MMC BCAUTIF1M. ACRES-Cauntry development.SOT.
2 BA CH/A deck. 1.5 acres Call used appliances. 4962090. 12/25 tfn COMMUTE TO WORK -CB home 3 BR, 2 B"'. great room w/fifeiplec. .oil.- J AGKS-Oea* Buy-Primitive, Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
96-4.4705.1/15 tfnchg LOSERS WANTED Need 84 overweight Ing area CHS. central vacuum/stereo workshop 2_''Is.eill $39,000 will take this beautiful wood p.opl. to try new Herbal Bated weight THIS HOME HAS EVERYTHING- Formal living C dining room. tamlly rvUMTIVC OKMOf ROwTwenry acres or will divide.

Irame, 3 BR 1 BA cleared house land with and approximately aboveground control program at seen on T.V. No w/lireplace, Ig. kitchen w/plenty of cabinets. 4 BR. 2 ..... GMfcA..s.wxsI UsAU CM STRUCTUK-Nina ocr_. 2 wells. 3 septic tank
5 acres drugs, no exercise. Call Susan ((303)) vacuum on 10.9 acres, partially fenced. City water CALLA O aASkgE A41 ] fORtlT ACRES-Neo Country Club- $90,000.
24 It. pool. Call after 5 p.m., 4779767. 1/29 lean
APPOINTMENT TO SEE.
elm AQESSrot.l& flO East$7,70O.
M-F or anytime on the weekends at CHRISTIAN MOTHER WANTS TO BABYSIT I BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME S BR 2 B"'. living; room _11..1__. dlmmj j CBOSBT lAd LOT loot* aas 17000.

MOBILE 9648160.HOME 1/15pd, '84 Fleetwood tfnchg 14' x 60', your schools.children Hot meals in my and home.snacks Close Include to I room large kitchen snack bar inside utility"room one. yaimy Call.... j niWCSttV LAKE VIlLAGE:2 tot*65'x13Of $2.750 ea.fAwrTET .
I detail.)
2 CH/A, 10 X 20 screen porch AlcEArF! acre*. $ 3.000. Nice.
2 BR, BA
ed. Call 964-4879 oik for Laura. Fenced !
& skirting. 8000. Call 964.7130 for appointment. ploy area. Reasonable rates Itpd SMALL NEAT HOME 2 BR. 2 BA. living/dimng/krtche___ Oe ewe Hat J Jin -IS AOSS HWY ILS33,00D.One mile off 301.
1/22 2tpd 1/29 city. 27000. -OMLAMTAHA RrVER::: three plus acre*. $13,000.
3 BR, 2 BA ON GEIGER ST.. 1 acre of I 129I WILL LIVE-IN AND CARE FOR tick or NICE AND CLEAN From. home. 2 BR 1 BA _/, _. s.6ngp.xxr. -IAWflY4118 2.... 2 story. 1 Ac. 100 Y... Old. $36,000.
dishwasher fans lots 25,000-.
ceiling rotayom.nno. on nice
land. City lights 4 water. CH/A, price elderly Have references. Call ) After Hours
person. LAKE BUTLER AREA. Start your own meat business; wiT Min went preasrs .
23000. Call H. Oglesby 964.5240 9647402. Itpd 1/29 located 20 beautIful and be husi AAM 1 ...............w '44-6323 I
ing plant on acres your own am arts
alter 5:30: p.m. weekdays or anytime BANJO AND ELEC. BASS .. 475-2597
GUITAR .. c-
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1/29 OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELL Frame home 3 BR Scrooaod pan*am j
1/15
weekends. 2tpd LESSONS Call Gloria's Music House N.Imm 473-7541
A.P.TaIRaq V
28.7 oc. Good timber water system to livestock pen, nadhmorjr ntmap
sell beautiful lakefront
DIVORCED Must
(Studio). 9648120. Hours: Tues.-Frl. 11
fenced.ESTABLISHED.
property small cottage, large garage. a.m. to 10 p.m. Sat.-Mon. 9 a.m. to 2p.m. bldg.
BUSINESS FOR SAUCall us for details.
Heights.
Spring Lake Keystone 1/292tchg 2/05
4733627. 1/29 tfn HOUSE FOR RENT From. 2 BR. I BA.SELECTED .
964-8843 or .
4-
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\ COUNTRY' HOME Located oil 3(71( $'.'3 pltf': f'J-- PROPERTIES BRASINGTON "'ter,
Call 964.4705 after 5 PETS LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. on water.
1.6 acre lot. p.m.
10 ACRES Bradford County 13th: Street N.E.. I'ecoft Grove CADlLLAC-OLDSMOBILEr; INC..
NEW FURNISHED DOUBLEWIDEi 3/2 GOOD DOG NEEDS HOME Affectionate 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alochua County. Priced to_II.
CH/A carport storage, deep well, Doberman. Great house dog. Call 10 ACRES In South Cloy County. Residential-Agricuhwr. fl7."
'Where is Still
shaded lot. Near Keystone 29500. 964.6864 days, 964.6669 evenings. 1 tpd 20 ACRES Northwest Bradford County Best water ace ilfie County (f/&it) Quality Important"James m
Call 4737404. Itpd 1/29 1/29 14.05 ACRES Southwest Bradford County with peccm trees.nd tare FOR SALE BY OWNER Keystone Heights. FREE TO GOOD HOME 11 mot. old 4.55 AND 2.16 ACRES Two separate parcel.Near Graham zoned.torHWL/ j Brady rp
3/2 CH/A on one acre fenced lot. male black Doberman. Ears and tail LAKE LOTS Owner financing Available.
Screened patio wood deck with Jacuzzi cut. Call 964.4374 or 4733468. Itchg CITY LOTS Two blocks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W. Cdac local dIiI
and much more. Call for an appoint. 1/29 CITY BLOCKS Northeast Section. Your Representative"

ment. 964-7684 days. ; 473-4275 nights. LOT NEAR LAKE ALTO Zoned for MH. 2001 N.W. 13th St.

1/29 4tchg 2/19 HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels.Good bininew___ Gainesville. Fl32601 Bus. ((904)) 378.5301
HWY 301 SOUTH 5 acres near Earlton Beach. 210 ft. highoay iiuMieveu
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OBXORB0RE0110 .... .1 .
COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15.000 sq. ft. floor*.> rVc* .**



FAULKNER REALTY INC. -FREE NOTARY SERVICESPUT David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

US TO WORK FOR YOU I III!
Located Hwy 301 .2 Blks S. SR. 100 Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates
AFTER HOURS:

221 W. Lafayette Street Wayne Dooglo......964.6593 Novas Ward_161.7456 CR 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133

John Greene.........533-2121 Bill Dodd..... .._.94-74C ire

.f 964-5069 fl 9 ,$ Irving Clark..........964-71M Cindy Kurimay. .._.*4-740. | ;

Tom Bement..964-6439 Don Hood ......_4e-lf0S

RiAUOR James Dilt*...........964-8629 Patsy tat ......._9e4-t927 | CYPRESS MULCH

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB

PRESIDENT PINE BARK

REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS

Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142. Plumbing Supplies From You pick-up or We Deliver
Lucille Spry 96.. .c20

Marty Russell 473-7694 _Durrance Pump & SuppI] .' Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

Bobby Biggs 964-7331 We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State licensed_' Cypress Lumber

.. US 301 North.B4 N.Temple Ave..Starke 964'7O61j 964-6649

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,.-. .... Broker erf of o-mrg. It !loa. eoerytftwigli Sta'.... 25 min to Gainesville
Lt : 4:7 OM 7 000 sa.. ... rrice bust an paved rood. Custom built brickhome.
Ir I ::5PS, J 4 ff of buying or *< U.iiy'r' <..SEvigt ........ SMOOL .4/4.3.200 plus sq. ft., pecan
r -i I tic Wtite-ua* trees and 3 acres. NOW 131000.

____ DAVID r L DODGE, MS* rUHrtwDesfflnatetfApprJteii .-.sY0IIS Itn sang s-Pavedproperty. Owner financed.
.a.d tetre.gh .Owner.
9B4.-4522 ,; ftetvRes
'% '' MEW RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL *COUNTRY ClUB Building lots from
if4-5370 : 'MrjtfyLrOMI ,
__ STARKE. FL. mWUXfmS ...., oTeiMy of parking.... SA.SOO. Some with owner financing.
t I ____ ...eMIwe cash flew. ,lacarod in....bueieat.

w' I -31 s.caaw.5Sit..Pi.. COUNTRY LIVING on 2 ac. In on]
y s almost new C/B home with fireplace.West .f
__ WEU. ESTABLISHED commercial
*This lo approximately 2,500 square foot > Mo* thri> Frt ;Rjfi. 9S54tfTour ..".dbwgj ai rose bun Commwilty Bonk. of lowtey.
: """-tea Pies been eVeencoJIy REDUCED to *KEYSTONE AREA MH with lake occ_..I Ibnmaculcrte.
home has ut an REDUCED $9,000.00. Call today to .wave.......,.. 23900. (CH C A).
of this bargain. fiill i r le l t .l CWie .
take advantage .W AUES.eA lit mi. a Don on 235aev
lk; >|r Rsi<*ncS .fan* Cor iercM l lBEAUTIFuV SB .... Ha se.ny ... *OIYSTAL LAM ACCESS A large!

-.... ..... ---.....--........... gracious wICk home. lull| minutes from|
1 # HGME. 3/2'6 m on *1I ACRES M OT mm I........... ..tLACSnOMT-i eeadk. end clear Startte and Keystone Heights. Shown by I
New Listings excellent neighborhood. This lovely 16W city Mter* i s..r o.m& ...is -.tr.:7/2.o.Asress I acre beautifully' appointment.HOMIMAKirS. -

COUNTRY SETTING highlights this 4. bedroom home features an extra large 2 tory ...... A .*. 2T BA, I4cs_
family room, brick fireplace, built- 100000. DREAM 3/2. CHBA.I
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home with POOL. One in cabinet and IOCATSOM LOCATION Walk taEXCEU0ST above ground pool. Obi A 20 XI
stucco warranty. custom drape*. Has r garage.
year _
_.*_.2... ....s e ..... 25 be I
many amenities Call for a private FOR ftf A UCI upstairs room to completed to
REDUCED 3 Bedroom 1 bath with aluminum CONVENIENT
hove your own private 8R suite. All this!
showing.
i EMPLOYEES. IA7B ee. K. Err aJ BUT S17JOTX 3VI.wdan
66000.
siding. Only $17,900. J #JUST LISTED It want last long t c pocl
CONERLY ESTATES One acre building lot. I tlonal 3 BR over 1300 sq. H. Close to new .. ...AW MOUSING or 2 COMPLETELY REMODELED frame

*TWO ACRES with this 3 bedroom,. 2 bath block I Winn Dixie shopping. Only $28.000. EXECUTIVE UVtMC a* ..d.d lakes.Firm. -....-.. 2.w kamaa- cw I ...... lot. home. excellent'. condition on IVi acre.S.pa. .|

ervk.r-q paeLsir. .'_ a.es.. But dose enough to Now carpet throughout. 3 ceiling fan.
home in Lawtey area. Extras include fireplace .., with aid..Ik. EPirak Ir..e..b bwp.desk weeds-.-.

workshop, fence. *LOVELY JlIn quiet neighborhood. over 2.200N.N.3M.2BAR.rg.errr- a ENERGY IFF. -A-vFRAMB 4 BR. 2]
j Great buy. seining area. Many aimer a i e.ra .FtCJ 8IDUCID S BR I brick .homeo* $Bain 2 fireplace OUA. pool < many I
3 2 BA
ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE BR. 1M e.wyr ....g efsJ kisckenvtfedeawlB extra ,1 acre. Only 57000.
doublewide on'one acre in the country. J *A RARE FIND 3/2 on 150x110 corner *NO THEN TRAFFIC mm caw* 3V1. aIR& tfa'.1.d -.l... .sets,. ---. -
I lot. Hardwood floors. 2-car' garage. Just C/8 4m team caiOial uses a. exr ..... .....I.- pecan*ree*. *EXECUTWt LIVING Country Club|
PERFECT STARTER HOME Two bedroom: one I 32000. wood floor' only $..1....0aI ... 2 BA brick home 2-cor garage<

bath home In town. a Ie AC.s a/T7yF.Extsltiiit canclttais. aiarry-. _.
I *WI HAVE LAND Some with well I T3BI
+COMMERCIAL BLDG,1A.ey eaa
BEAUTIFUL VIEW from this large 3 level home on I septic tank. Building lots, acreage from N. waier S*. S2SJMB. ..
We Invite inquiries On Our Other Properties
CRYSTAL LAKE. Many extras Including, hot tub ] I acre and up. Some with owner fin.


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t' Starke Want Ads. .. Keystone Heights Als ... "


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HOP WANTED FOR RENT FOR SALE
FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES CARS. TRUCKS

HEML. ISUOTE UCIMSIMG: only. weeks, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly, mon & BOATS
Cdll H-TaS-MMOD Ml Ho Real Estate Col- Mobil. Homes and for rent. $14.99 PRESSURE
spacei per month. Call 9646946. tin thly efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR, WASHING Houses, mobile
Iterpe 7IImINiGG.a..nr: Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone CHEVY 4x4 PARTS '/, ton anything you call 4732919. I/I tfnchg homes, pools, decks. sidewalks., Free I9M MUSTANG ..... good condman.
Jcas $T&040 9647498. 9/16 tin need--Axles, front or rear, auto MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per estimates Call Rob 4733590. I/I all original equip-. 473-3517 no
** ..2anV'Y>r. Mavw .faffing. Call NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 transm., transfer cases, 2 different month. Partially furnished. Keystonearea. tfnchg collect nails. 2lpd 1/22-29
n aa* ffl7aOM) inn *55O* for current BA apt. For more Information call lake types: spring lift blocks, big U bolts. 4732026. 1/1 tfnchg LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. 19aO VOLKSWAGEN pick-up lour
rMerailllen Butl.r Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity Call 9645812. TFce Coll The Lawn
ITZ'lInatpdf2SR21N. Barber. 473.3590Free
LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished. speed, air. $1795. 4737989. IKhg 1/79
INBEOB ftor weefcendl cnverog* & Housing. 6/7 tfnchg NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Retired or handyman caretaker couple Estimates. I/I tfnchg
milt m\uOI How good dependable ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 Measures 24x36". 25 cents each Great preferred $200 to $275 mo. 473-7269 or FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING .
tminumimlom, dill 9687T3. UpJohn, per night. From $35 per week. Discount for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH. 376-7749 or 3788622. I/I tfnchg House out of level? Call LoRue Leveling FOR SALE
MNerirrhOirieSei'vJceel W222/ehg T/29 oHered for longer term. Apply In per 135 W. Call St. 9646305. LAKE COTTAGE on Little Lake Service, for all your foundation
.'RIG O WUU1I9 MTAHIT i i. now. taking op son Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St. across ROLLS OF HAY: $25.$20. All hay under Brooklyn. 4625876. 2tpd 1/22.29 repairs. 4737721. I II tfnchg TWO 10 FT. 220 volt elertrtc: baseboard

aJlazirlamt fair fujll and! .parttimem. from Post Office. TF large barn on west side' of Hwy 16 NEW I BEDROOM Lakefront. cottage FURNITURE 6 ANTIQUE Refinishing.Hand heaters with thermostat. $25 each.
CIII8Ih ApnlW an 930) V Walnut StBU -.. APARTMENTS FOR RENT; N.wly about 7 miles north of Starke toward 4737413. 1/22 tfnchg rubbed oil finish. Call Jac 473.4186llclig 1/29
-.we n 32 Dtthaj 1\129 decorated ev.rythingfurnish.d.bun. prison. Order your hay and leave It LAKE GENEVA HOUSE for rent furnish 4732521. 1/1 tfnchg USED FURNITURE living roam suite.dinette .
1IIIIICJ
iieeuHmtt.MUrtt be?23 wa 1ft,good driving available. Will accept one child no Delivery available at extra charge. Arthur WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR furnished work. Additions patios trailer skirts. condition reasonable. 475-2349. Itpd
nemmll warifc Hisrar>c We- offer pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. Gasklns 782.3727 or 9646167. home, AC screened porch boat 4734473. 4tchg 1/15.2/5 1/29
dli.rn.npupm.ntt, and! benefits Apply .. Starke 33091. S/l TF 10/30 tfnchg $395 mo.. $200 dep. 2497884. ramp.4tchg CARPET CLEANING Truck mounted GAS STOVE -3O Magic Chef color gold.
irn .axBiwm.. Paale Tirucl tlnev 2241ODvDnaBilt ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS HAY ALICIA $25 per roll at farm. 1/29-2/19 steam extraction Free estimates. C X works good. $SO. 473-7053 or 473-36OI.

WW! -n..eror.. Fla. AVAILABLE for as little as $50 per Delivery available. 7 miles west of 2 BR FURNISHED cottage. AC. deck B Carpet and Upholstery cleaning. tpd 1/29
((a5as19/IEe) .ailJ) Muett ..... within :20O> week or $200 per month which Includes Storke on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gasklns. clean. $295 mo. til June I. $200 dep. 4737770. 4tpd 1/29.2/19
nnltsaRleteacalai' EC1E.29 fear all utilities and no deposits. Call 9648356. 11/13 tfnchg 2497884. 4tchg 1/29.2/19 BABYSITTING very reasonable rates. YARD SALESVISIT
C6s lOHWCIwamfc Bradford 964.5139 964-8173. 11/6 tfnchg 5 HP KAWASAKI References available Call
Apply or GO-CART like new NEW 14X62 single wide, 2 BR, I'/ BA, 473-2568
Rums_ ImitufHee U.S. 3011 N. PINE FOREST APTS. 2 & 3 BR opts now $390. 964.8848 or 4733627. 11/20 AC. $250 deposit. Applications now anytime Itchg 1/29 THE CLOTHES CUTSET at Oofs
stw4ia n/297dahgt2OS: > : avail. Call 95. Man. thru Fri. 9646312. PINE FIREWOOD FOR SALE You load. $5 being taken. 4737770. 2tpd 1/29-2-5 Beauty Shop on Commercial Crete.

IMMHIMC VMNTHBSS NEEDED Passiblefujlltfmvimspriing T/8 tfnchg per pickup load. Tatum Sawmill. FOR RENT OR SALE 3 BR double wide. 2 MISCELLANEOUSPACK Mon.-Fri. Yard sale. prices. Idpd 1/29
} Atony duties involvmU. TRAILER. HAMPTON LAKE Hwy 18, fur 7823690. 12/18 tfnchg ..
BR single wide CH/A Clay County. PARK OF THE PALMS Jan. 30. ; Jon.
ttnU%. ..- Bar 46&.2D8a. Ape nished. Adults only no pets. $225 1SFT. TRAVEL TRAILER fully self- 4751269. Ask for Jackie or 6592269. RAT Buy sell and trade collectible 31. 9.12 noon. Building 16-Moranotha
p Iua tans tuU.m anS!\ IMfween :3 p.m. month plus deposit. 4681829. 1/29 contained. Gas or elec. Sleeps 4 comfortably 2tchg 12925UNFURNISHED Items and antiques. Used furniture, Road. Mosc.-some furniture Itpd 1/29
uiiul tt:91 mi 1I291f1mtt.iE1IIPIIIIlIIIIIJIII 2tch 2'05WAREHOUSE $800 firm. 964-7565. 1/22 2tpd Lake glassware smoB
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house 3 BR 1 BA jewelry and much more. GARAGE SALE Baby clothes. appliances -
: MifSPERSONe Prefernranile STORAGE SPACE for rent ATLANTA ANTIQUE AND COLLECTABLE kitchen equipped. $375. 4737517. Itpd Come see for yourself. One mile east dishes etc. 640 Shoddy Lone
> !tame experience, but not* a by the month. 5x10 to 1020. 10x10. EXTRAVAGANZA! Feb. 678. 1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake In of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. between Jasmine C Pecans Itpd 1/29
muaft App!%( im person Daublewid S35 per month. Call Ron Denmark lakewood Fairgrounds. 115 exhibitors Keystone Heights. AC. fireplace. $250 4732183. 1/1 tfnchg FRIDAY. JAN. 30 6981 Deer Springs Rd.
/HHime Gemwr U1& 30T hh ,In Lawrey. 964-7071. 1,15 tfnchg from 21 states. Positively no reproductions. per mo. 12471604. 12/18 tfnchg BINGO American Legion Post Hwy 21 94. Itchg 1/29

I1tdt1JI, n.2AtOIItslBIDuJR OFFICE SPACE on Call Street next to No new arts or crofts. For Information 2 BR, 1'BA MOBILE HOME CHI A. North. Sunday afternoon 25. and YARD SALE Sot.. Jan. 31 from 9 a.m.
SBWinC INSURANCE: Life of Telegraph. 600 sq. ft.. IS by 40 feet. ((404)) 7698129. 1/29 fcan. near
town. $250 mo. 4732566. 1/22 2tpd Saturday at 7 p.m. Public Invited. IllS 6820 Deer Springs Rd. Itpd 1/29
Gear1glIIttua, Hall portfolio:at! products. Phone 9646305. 1/lStfnbf HALF PRICE Slashed 50% I Our best, 1/29 tfnchg
EKOxmemie ftelbfuJI buf nor necessary.PX TRAILER IN COUNTRY. 2 BR, furnished large flashing arrow sign $2991
ii :ZH.' we will! train Excellent1 pay. big yard. Very clean. 1 child maximum. Lighted non-arrow $2891 Unlighted MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE WANTEDFORD
ffa rintist...._ call :XT368o: Trchg t29HffiBSnBIB9 : $235 per month plus deposit. 21st & $2491 Free lettersl See locally. Call today
Rd. 9646714. 1/29 Itch FAIRLANE 1968- four door body.
NUUHOe Our professional M.ng Dairy Factory: 1-800.4230163 anvtlme.
emrtf "Has opening fair ftilli and:: parnnnv *- IN WALDO clean '81 model 14' wide, PUREBRED ARABIAN MARE In foal. UNCLE ROY'S Mobile Homes King of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR. 2 BA. CB 3255438. 2 Service since 1946. 5% down. Select house one block from schools
Bradford unfurnished mobile home. 2 BR,
posinonsh Unusual
Hospital ornws opportunity for $1500. All
pro. models sold at cost. Free 55000. Make offer. C.B. Isaac
phone-In Realty.
01 eHailenging eer In our new CH/A stove & refrigerator. No pets. ceeds go to Teen Hot-Line. Can be seen REAL ESTATE
fbmllnjir witHi campettHve pay and: ..xaadll.mP S200 per mo.. 1st. last & $100 sec. dep. at Aruborn's Arabians. 4681735. 1/29 credit. Featuring Homes of Merit. 4752199. I/I tfnchg
.. 1/22 Skyline Fleetwood and Liberty Only BY OWNER large 3/1 both with den.
4681509. keep 2tpd 1/29
: brr flif trying.
including RENTALS BABY BED: $50: Baby walker $6.50 and14'x13' at Uncle Roy's In Ocala. 351-3514.4tchg stove, refrigerator, washer/dryer 7.5 ACIES High and dry. southernslope.
AVAILABLEMobile home,
w.divendi l tiff.! On
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Phone 473-3371
yr. brown carpet $49.50. Call 1/8.29 dishwasher, fireplace. $35.000. small $3500 per acre.
rtnIdI SUJ1P.! eapa pr-fi.r re.Ji Applicantsmnetaw $275 mo: 1 1 upstairs apartment $165mo. 4734508. Itpd 1/29 after 2 473-2753 after 7 2tpd
.. efficiency $140 YOU PAY SALES TAX tag and title. equity and assume 10% interest mor p.m. p-m.
[Mint.9ftaaxr. ..* 348t EOE. apartment per
PECANS FOR SALE Shelled $2.50 1/22-29
: per Move in today. Free credit check tgage. 473-7619. 4tpd 1/8-29
1I/2 s 2dhgi ZIJ5jCllllrAmIlUl' mo. TIFFIN OWENS Lie. R.E. Broker by
BniLUte Bradford: Hospital 964-5065. Itchg 1/29 PEKINGESE pound. Coll PUPPIES 964 6821. Itpd for 1/29 sale. Call phone. Only at Uncle Roy's, Ocala. 4 BR2'BA screened pool & patio PRICE REDUCED excellent .....1dirJg lot.
brick
........ NEW MOBILE HOME: 2 BR. 1 BA Sleepy 3518514. 4tchg 1/8-29 home. 200 ft. on road near Close
rm NEW 14 X BO'S 3/2. schools, owner finance, $109,000. 10%
13995. Uncle
Only at
Hollow Motel 2317 N. Temple Ave.
_iRmartwimrfi t of
III individual. Pantionuimiiuetiriveysqlary FARMALl CUB TRACTOR w/disc and Realty Stark. 9N-1lU7. 1122
down. Call
Starke.. Itpd 1 29 Roy's, Ocala. 351-8514.4tchg 1/8.29 after 6 p.m. 473-4058.
/and excellent cultivators. Runs good $1600, Call 4tpd 1/15-2/5 Ifitcfig
oxmwflfw wirtti II ".. mire esp' in billing 12x65 MOBILE HOME IN COUNTRY: 3 BR, 9645523. ask for Leon. 1/29 tfnchg LAKE SANTA FE PRISON EMPLOYEES: Walk to U-C.I. Invest -
on Basin. 3 BR 2 BA
n.gU.stsd! Alpllcanr muse typo45 1 /, BA. Partially furnished. Now taking NICE TOPPER for short wheel base truck, PETS house, lots of extras Will consider taking in incorporated city lots. S2O.OOO

CCINfM'o Ta apalyealll fbir an appoint applications. Phone 964-5734. 1/29 $100. Call 964 8848 or 4733627. 1/29 Cloy County In trade each or best cosh aH_. Reply to: lots.
property
cant 96.OIIIJt exit 35*. Bradford tfn APPALOOSA GELDING: 4 yrs. old. Good AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVERS puppies. house or lots. 4753309. 2tpd 1/29-2/5 P.O. Drawer A. Staffce. FL 32091. Itpd
ttdl.lBDE 11tuttq> w29lIICIWtDCILLCQMItrswaff.rs: TAKING APPLICATIONS for 2 BR mobile conformation and color. $950. OBO. $100 each. 6 weeks old Jon 30. Dewor- CONTEMPORARY 1/29
high in. home on large shaded lot. 2 miles from Call 533.2139 or 5332061. Itpd 1/29 mlng & first vaccinations Included. HOME near Lake
aanne picas aaaHi banuMOt b.n fir. to Star..... $185 plus $100 security deposit.Call 473.2898 after 5 p.m. Itchg 1/29 Santa Fe. 3 BR. I'/i BA, unique floor LOST & FOUND
nrceWrw affaam in Sfarlt. area.IA.gadliess 964-6479 alter 5 p.m. 1/29 tfn TOPPER FOR SHORT WHEEL BASE plan. Newly carpeted, wood burning
RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 month CHEVY. Slide windows with rear pass stove, cozy kitchen' and great room
off writeG.D.. per
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JIIooadI. jMmvnaarn OMpanarrc lubricants: Co.. Box and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- through. Excellent condition. $225. HELP WANTED concept. Large separate garage and ROTTWEILER DOG neutered male
4737650. l'154tchg2/5 fenced yard. Located In Bradford County. missing since Monday Jan. 12. N
*71Yt. Mnn/t.Ohrm454011 Ttpd f29JCIIL Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF
1T $4011 tn $1.600ww.4dW CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On BRASS BED. Queen size. complete with EXPERIENCED Bartender and waitress, Priced to sell at $59,900. R.T. found call 473-3728. 2tchg 1/22-29
/ Um- r..tiare Highway 16 W. Close to prison. multi-coil orthopedic mattress set & Keystone. Call Patrick alter 7 p.m. at lovorn. Real Estate. Call Aggi. Rolin at

!75-7121asa JI 'Zlz9I: ap.nings.far currant 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg frame. (New never used) Still In 4734854. 1/15 tfnchg 4733254. 4tchg 1/29-2/19

ftodioroIillillfl Tl/TlS3rchgH/29-; : FURNISHED efficiencies A mobile homes plastic. Cost $1000 I will take $345 cosh. CUSTODIAN POSITION available In FOR SALE BY OWNER: Keystone Heights. NOTICE
Ph. 4625153. 1/15 4tpd 2/5 Keystone area. Send resume to P. O.
Inside city, weekly A monthly JO LU 3/2, CH/A on one acre fenced lot.
SCHOOLStbaj Motel MH' Park. 9648810. 6/5 TF Box 88. Keystone Heights FL. 32656. Screened patio wood deck with Jacuzzi CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
:3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Lake. Itchg 1'29EXPERIENCED to the lake
Kingsley NOTICE and much more. Call for an appoint Region Monitor office
Long Pier. AC Call 9646491. 9/25 TFN Bartender andd ment. 964-7684 days; or .473-4275 in writing and paid in advance
IyfRtitCR IIITA/1IaNGc.Earn big bucks.imth 2 BR MH furnished $190 per month waitress, Smith lake Bar. Call nights. l/294tchg 2/19 unless credit is already established
.. tbaj ttiud4&i D.Cttr.! certification. $150 deposit. No children or pets. Coll CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 4734534. Tonl Hall. 1/29 tfnchg with this office.MONITOR .

period andl I naXanaK job> placement 4681323. leave message. 10/30 tfnchg to the Bradford County STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
___ Carr 9pond ncy RasidanfItmmngi. ON KINGSLEV/ LAKE 3 BR mobile home, Telegraph office in writing and paid In RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES
EUgjttiv inmtttutiom far tinanaiail Heat S AC year lease, no pets, adults advance unless' credit Is already FOR SALE CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
.....1. dill/ ItaCHDZHZSTeSi: UNITED TRUCK BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake in THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work Classified. deadline is 11:00 a.m. priorto

MrAf11IIIt R lR..dia. Hjf! Hiuin per mo. 12471604. 12/18 tfnchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Minimum charge is 15 words for$3 JO.

MOBILE HOME 2 BR nice condition THE TELEPHONE. *- 964-6182 964-5823. then 15 cents for each word -.....,.
Classified, deadline is TUESDAY
WANTED
large private lot on Griflis Loop.
468-2374 after 6 pm. 1/29 2tchg 2/05 NOON prior to Thursday publication.
EFFICIENCY ROOMS clean quite, Minimum charge Is 15 words for $3.50.
WDM: VMHMTOt: willl bobylif" Irr my then 15 cents for each word thereafter. Dodge'sLand "
Beautify Your
reasonable rates, heat S air. 3 miles
hanrrNlvn.MrwFni ftoxrm tit 7p.m.. BROADWAY & WALTERS ;
Clearing Service
South on 301.964-5687.1122 2tchg 1/29 Home"
: D/22: Itchoj T/29
agie.4E6e8J:9m
arrw ; 412 LAKE ST.. 2 BR. 1 BA. washwr S dryer TREE SERVICE Cot Brick
CUD OHWTOTB raaUc Espaclally rare Siding
hookup $260 ma. plus deposit. V.ry
IPan-.Cialll4llltem 1V2941pd219REAL n.at. clean. 964-4637. 1/22 3tpd 2/5 Removal f or Cut Stone

:3 BR. I BA HOUSE carpet stove & in vi I Vinyl SidingAluminum
"For the
COMPLETE
: ESTATE refrigerator. No pets. S35O mo. plus r Trimming Job'
: Siding
deposit. 964-7047. 1/22 4tchg 2/12 Stump Removal DOZER WORK.CLA LEVELING
FOR SALE .
CallHomes
'. HOME FILL DIRT'DRIVE WAYS S ROADS
2 BR, 1 BA MOBILE CH/A. near *
town. $250 mo. 4732566. 1/22 2tpd Firewood SITE PREPARATION-IOTS Beautiful

i&l..IEID KMnrw ear STAMCEC T440B s. UNFURNISHED 2 BR DUPLEX $250 per Free Estimate ACREAGE CLEARED

I MMdrrult SV 96+*a* !. Fred, Sodratr mo. plus sec. dep. Call 964-8566 after 5 Steve Dodge 964-6766

I BVattwcJaHnidriBB-AuacianK.: 12/18 p.m. 1/29 2tpd 2/05 TOURGUtDt, 413-1091.413-1619 904/ 73.7691 24 hr.
-- Financing .
TORNii111AZEUW9faesb.auttful3BR. 11x43 MOBILE HOME 3 BR on 1 acre lot. AIRLlNf KESERVATIONIStleele l/S..pdl 1 19 .
ftarrh $250 per month. 9644238. 1/29 tfn After 5 P.M.
Harm. S.pamf.workshop & car. CLEAN 2 BR. 1 BA HOUSE Stove and
aartt.lfemiBdl Xsvatfctanksv 2 w.ll., 12 refrigerator and AC. First and last Keystone Heights
.e5MMBin.diadidl40Qh/ .. Hvoy lOOfronm months rent. 964-7895. Itad 1/29 Licensed & Insured FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO.
: K.SBT.SBC.Umtwt Realty of Stark. UNFURNISHED 3 II. 1 BA MOBILE HOME /eb> ele 'emen ; "n PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
HM-30TI s.W 4. .M9L' Iii TS tfmmWUftUBHES 209 N. St. Clair St. $200 per mo. plus R Manet fran GaVr from security deposit. Call 964-5523. ask for "Work. low low prices $' 1a95 :JAny

SUB) piutt _.../-. Throughout Leon. 1/29 ffnCOMFORTABLE ( Room & Hall) . . .14 ScMcftgj-nJ AnlaMe

RiL matonwid.P AKsm tall proJIIIJIII. -" ... CONVENIENT 1 BR ii Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to van carpet ImfHmm dcaeaefl:
2dki.4 Extl. H5II7. "22 Jtpdt APT.: Inquire 407 W. Jefferson St. FILL DIRTDrain.fill.Rock and offer bids on commercial work.

/, Itchg 1/29 Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice
....\ JLDWI: : a.IIU3IDk 74 tlilabl. 2/1 WITH GARAGE: 615 E. Washington.No .

....... ffvnmdl. 'iwas fronts. z puwau pets. References required. Coll .!_..." Call 964-4997 Call ._:.
......1Isrma. SSfiiOfHK rr .brochuiw.UWIinH3)nMH3GI after 5 p.m., 4733628. Itpd 1/29 Old Drain Field's Repaired 2&OIq.n. Chick,yellow_5 tacit!*......* _....,...
AlI.ReAli ESTATE. P.O. DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME 3 BR. 2 BA .xlracharg. AN Wet 5.55550dTim's _.._

Bh- Tn2! .. \Mldi aadt. Wai32785 ((904) on private' property near Hampton Help I
ASjiuui. 1V2Wfkanv Elem. School. $290 per mo., plus Call Day or Nite .
IRBMI mam IKIUK BAexvARa 'ir' the St. security deposit. Call 4681559. 1/29 Save Energy S $$ Custom Cabinets

Jtattnis IHu r. Ear ham*. carport 2tchg2/OS Install Custom
/ smwe..dl p rotli. Ale; eft!:. Starting at 1 BR APARTMENT: On 2nd floor. No pets Insulated WindowsCall 468-1455 New Construction Remodeling
SBB.'IWII 4arnpl.Iw. Bayauv ClubfHYPNOSIS one child. $135 per mo. Call 964-8493. Cabinets *TII. Ceilings
.u.'II1111L) J/2'JII.! ..... 1/29 tfnUNFURNISHED
Free Estimates .
:3 BR, 1 BA HOME: Outside ,
city limits on 3/4 ac. $260 mo., Homes Beautiful Call Tim Thompson

plus $150 sec. d.p. 964-5033. 1/29 2tpd 964-6766 964-6238 Eves.
IWIIIIIEIiIIIIIIIIIWItL 11WtPNCS15 s.rvfc.s for 2/05 f 449-3 BR. 2 BA MH. 1 plus Ac. lot, 964-4380 Shop

w<0gjitt (imin ilU smoking; stress, ate.IRnr 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX: Unfurnished. Call 24 hrs. Financing lake access. Added room S 2 por-

.Hvlb. alBom.. calll 1J *...:JL. 10/9 964-8566 aft. S p.m. Itpd 1/29 tin ch.s.529.900.
444-3 BR, 2 BA MH on 1/2 ac. chain

FOR LEASE fenced In Lawtey. $2,000 down.

LIMEROCK ll" "l _- 8 ___ IIT $18.000.
RETAIL SPACE: 600 to 1600 sq. ft.. 6 mos. MATIIEVVS REALTY1 446-Home t Business Bldg. fronting
US 301. A must on your list to seal l
lease. TIFFIN A OWENS. Ik. R.E.
,< FILL SAND Broker. 9645065. Itch 1/29 411 W. Madison 117 /4II--3 BR, I BA Southern Estate

:3/2 ON CRYSTAL LAKE$45O. One year Starke, )FL 32091 LQ home on 5 plus ac. lowley. Reduced. .
1 leas. TIFFIN 8 OWENS lie. R.E. u..vu. 69000.
DRIVEWAYS- JANE S. USHERYour
vena Broker.. 9645065. Itchg 1/29 REALTOR 4--Mo9 Lorraine Champion. Broker
Assoc. Harold Epps 064-6616 TROUT Union
REALTY County Realtor
712-3172 LAWTEY AREA 10 acre lots, owner ..c".........e
financing. 496-2126 or 496-2

k Safest FlORILANDmREALTY LAWTEY 125: 2 BR, 1 BA, 15 acres :-.931 I 360 W. Main St.. Lake BuJer
plus extra septic tank, $60,000.W. .
PRATT ST.i 3/1. CH/A. ,stove
LJI::
964-7700 REALro. r.frig.. microwave oven ceiling fan, STARK.3S N. TKMPLJL.FU 3JO I 2-STORY HOMES IN UNION COUNTY
3O,5OO. Reduced to 36000.

t Venus 393 P.N.Odom Temple Brok.r Ave.-GRI LAWTEY AREA: Only 10% down. .COMPLETELY REDECqRATED HOME on Lake Avenue. A
finance beautiful
Owner brick real showplace. Great location. Walk to town 1% blocks to
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v.n..r.3 BR, 2 BA formal dining, live KANE CYULh
ing room with fireplace, Ig. den REPAIRUS lake. Some financing available.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY Real flexible 2-car garage.

I with qualified buyer. LAWTEY AREA 3 BR, I BA CH/A. I 301 N e 964-5805 RIVER FRONTAGE gives this 3 yr. old home on extra.....
FISHING IN BACKYARD 2/2 Brkk,
asbd'rr N4awrat-.rMi.errp/r.r acre $39,000..LAKE OMs TIMS M Wed(-1 Thin US Fft 4 III 5-1 Custom build with cathedral celling on lou_ overlooking
l76r1t..oosas--: : atl A. 3 plus acres. BUTLER: 3 BR. 2 BA CH/A
..or" ca2"nlln..aClWlCl'ID: nooa .PRICE LOWERED Middleburg area. Large lot only $41.500. Santa f. from hlgh'bluff. Country atmosphere owner

-- -. ---- 312.1 acre lis country. 301 N: 22.5 acres zoned RSF or M-H financing make !form.4 okk sale.
i of-.wry-..-- .A ACRE CITY 2/1 (Bedrooms /i A. Property fronts 2 rds. Price I

rrr--s,.-... ROW) stove, refrlg.. near schools. reduced $98.000 to $84,000. Has 3 BR, .85 YEAR OLD OLD-FASHIONED HOME. Lots of gingerbread
f ors vr.ar .13 X 70 MOBILE HOME plus smell I BA MH 2 Ig. barns.
s.- 1 surrounded trees and shrubs."
-- -i, ..easy .-.... Let ,. .. 100' X IIS*. KINGSLEV LAKE M/H PARK Ap. on acre by Located In above
-- -- --- SAMPTON LAKE CH/A. :3 BR prox. 153' waterfront with owners average neighborhood. Worthy of restoring. A diamond In

---.5'--, =, mobile "home. V acre shady lot, IV X home. through,
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-- 10 screened porch, metal storagebldg. SROOKER AREA Approx. 237 acres

.the...-Y.rM.--':-Iw..1elY ., cerperck etteched. w/d of high rolling land reasonably pric For morailnfornieilon:_ on the above 2-story home* and appointments
pribtttMiMs ewner flnence. ed.
hookup e Parts e Repairs -
-- LOTS IN CRY. Conerly Estates, Rental! income Property to' see; call today.
Discount Price for JANE S. USHER 494-2126
-- Graft_ EDWARDS RD. Approx. 4 acres with Jl'P or 41 -no3:

I -Q_: -IN OTY- 17V. acres, owner finonce. dbl/wlde duplex plus from. house. Tires & Batterl.es .V 1\00 C t Pf Your Union County Realtor
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Area hunters looking forward to Quail seasonLAKE



CITY The bobwhite quailis asking. "The best quail hunting on public -AddAima81; grliil Mrntig can
steeped in a rich hunting tradition Today with economic hardships lands can be found ta the Aucffla be fair. in the Ctcmto WddEtfeUajutganasl
eft throughout the south. However, in faced by many farmers the patternof Wildlife Management Area located : Aim s..tih of !.
recent years native quail populations land use has changed. The trendin near Perry" Stafford said. The IcnUle M.and late Baile 1FidkteMaotgemeet
1 in many areas have declined in recent years has been away from best habitat is in the recent sandhill Alta still IErt ptr-
number, due to several economicand row or cash crops and toward pine -scrub clean cuts located along State lion",spectatjr; en flee MtYeeyear'
environmental factors. plantations. Also, fence rows and Road 356.west of Perry. old dear cats m the higher trite
The traditional southern quail windbreaks.have been removed to sites.
hunt usually involved horse-drawn provide increased in
a acreage pro- For 'linfer atieo o>
wagon with a brace of pointers work- duction. "Other areas offering: quail hun wildlife ssauag mat area Meat
ing cornfields or old farm sites. The These measures reduce the food ting include the Steinhatchee taps?adad die c.-.ftaII
hunters would ride in the wagon until supply and cover needed by quail, Wildlife Mdiidgtaueut Area. wars Water Fish C+mmtt.*%*. at
the dogs were on point. Hunting therefore reducing the carrying some of the best bunting found in the 1-aoo-MMatS ter write to Rate 7.
opportunities were abundant on capacity of the land. fox hunt area,"he said. Box 410,Lake Cty.Fknto JOBS.
many small family farms and per- Today quail hutning on private
mission to hunt was ns simple as farms can be fairly good, and permission (QR _-.. _____ -
can still be gained by simply < Q O

Honored. asking and showing the landowner i
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proper courtesy. J: '
Charles Schacfrr Cat left was honored by Bradford County Sheriff 1J "Quail hunting opportunities on < UH'HA
Dolph Reddish recently for his outstanding contribution to the Florida PEEK-A-BOO: : :: public lands are very limited"said -
Sheriffs Association.Scharfrr Steve Stafford wildlife biologist for i
is a 25-car member of the association and a member of the the Game and Fresh Water Fish ;
Starke city "_lIdl. I SEE YOU Commission. ... Restaurant

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elections but cant Our typewriter pace-setting is still first one SuepaurdRnal t' Union County Ads I IfOR

of our best sellers Here's why


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Ergonomically designed l > LCD Window Display
keyboard for comfort tall ((20 characters) NOTICECLASSIFIED PROPERTY RENT
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46 characters of correction l RENTLEASEOFFICE
memory > Computer Interface ADVERTISING should ba tubmlltad OFFICE lOHt WAJKMOUSC STAC
.Relocation to the Union County Tim. of- ........w.......Gerry Trao pwldwg
key for quick ; Wide Carriage ((16V4") in Standard AND WAREHOUSE SPACELocot.d
flca In writing and paid in odvonca Time ert 150 Wee ...... Cal ..,*-ZXl.. for
positioning after in Union County
correcting Cabinet irdere fr.r.,iawIEST
unlait cradlt Is already itoblithadwith .r.q
Call for information.
building.
Express keyAutomatic this off ic.. Iro1REf w TOn1/l Mwarrf.e.walnd.I .
paper feed Repeat capability on all keys 1 Up to 5 Line Character Correction THC TIMES STAFF CANNOT SE HELD 496-2261. tin. ......... -.II Iwo sd.U"
.Forward and reverse indexing Keyboard tl to access 10 Memory(or 200 characters) RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN HELP WANTED piwu pwwd esN. ......,. ....
II characters buffer nonstandard characters CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER --ItI-l.. ..Ma r4Mt.
memory > Letter Quality Printer
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THE TELEPHONE. fadhrse .sI2I. Wk.poster.
.Electronic margin/lab settings 21 moving parts internally Automatic Feed. Underscore. Clo ilad deadline l Is TUESDAY. $M>.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for ramoilina CBH *%-:73**. T- .MsVareMK.
Half-space key Built to last SUJintec Center. Return. Decimal Tab. NOON prior to Thursday publication. latter from homo Sand *e>lfaddrassed. ..and eo piatrgri..M/n
Minimum chorg.it 15 words for S3.50. stamped envelope far in DO TOO MED A MOatcr T-.
'0" "" Hyphen then 15 cents for.ach word thereafter. formotlonl applicoliOll. Associate .......hone.CepRL7RrFputs..

Box 95-B. 11..1.... NJ. 07203. 1/1S 129HOUSE
1 3 Modes Normal. Word
Typing : REAL ESTATE lOtpd. 3/19 FOIl Esp T Tw k.i..a. ..e.hoes. .
Line Print Cpln.ip a..wwtrd" wpr.Ms .
+. ..."__. SJIID Par e e.AkFtea.
1 Stencil Capability and Blind Typing LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY CARS/TRUCKS .Per -r1-Cal 11M799S
for testing If I don't hove it. I'll find ItJust ....*.-. 1 IZI......2112
ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. C0". CMEOC US OUVftai. 0.- resodIwn.s
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AUTOS FOR SALE 1984 Escort 1.-12. ..,
496-2126 or 496-2903. .vs.. YOUR ..
OFFICE SHOP 1984 Horizon 220000. dean. Millar ..... M r--pr th.I.sPMRts
$649 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn Auto Sales Main Stroot. Lake But..... IM ....!* of smoawHar. -
110 W. Call Starke 4963407. llpd. 129MOTORCYCLES .... Ca 4M23M Carta.
964- 7&" HOMES 1/22
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COftPOMAIIOMOFFICE GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U UZPKY4PAaDDBw1lrf8Y1aaswad VJaS
r.palr)). Delinquent tax property.Repossessions. .
Call 18056876000.( ) 184 YAMAHA 22S-OX.THREE WHEELERelectric

Ext. GH-1136. for curr.nt r.po list. start. 3 sped vary goad condition ........ We ....... wed ....yaMr .
SHOP FOR SALE good tiros adult ownad/roda. ___ rCell ....JII 7. t2Remodeled >.
$850. Call 496-2390. doy/496-311B.
110 W. Call St. Starke ai/pdLI/2*
. altar 5 p.m. 1/153tdtg. 1/29
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( ) 964-; gq PLANTS FOR SALE AT MARTIN'S FRUIT

FARM Bare root: oppl.-p.ar-tig $2.75. .
peach-nectarine $2.25. Contalnar "" -
THE grown: appl.-p.ar-p.ach-n.ctorin.rdbud .-
| -gold.n rain S5. grape $3. I G
KEYVAWE 1 OFFICE: blu.b.rry $2. Closed Sundays.
497-2621 Ft. White. Itchg. 1/29
SHOP BRASS BED Queen size complete, orthopedic
mattress set and from. New.
OFFICE f 1tow.canst.PRODUCTS / still In plastic. Cost $1.000 sell for

Ljr-i ) 964.5764Slarkv.Fla, )I 4tpd.$345 2/4 cash. Call (9044625153.) 1/15


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SATURDAY.JANUARYS AND SUNDAY.
t ; Associated Ruled Pads FEBRUARY 1.9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 521 S.W. Hotel Rooms
Butler Shaw Subdivision
12th St. lake ( )
ruled sides. 50
two
sulphite on
High quality paper
Baby Items, clothes, household furniture
,
sheets/pad. tires for 4x4 toyota 1100 IS's
,, HEADSTRIP STYLE Reg $7.I5dzt and mist llpd. 1/29 FOR RENTDay
? r LEGAL RULE
3
? 5* x 8*. Canary OP3-C5BCP NOW izReg LAND FOR SALE

t"r J fps i $11.95dz Week Month
t 8-1/2 x 11-3/4", Canary DP3-C811CP 6ozReg 1 TO 3 ACRE LOTS Owner financed. Low
8-1/2 .11-3/4". White DP3-CB11WP NOW down payment. Call 4963939.ttn/chg.
$1350dzNOW PRISON, EMPLOYEES Walk to U.C.I. Invest MAGNOLIAHOTEL
In Incorporated city lots $20,000
8-1/2 x 14", Canary DP3-C814CP T49 each or best cash off.r. Reply to: Lots,
w' B-1@" x 14". White DP3-C814WP f DZ P.O. Drawer A, Starke. FL 32091. llpd

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PADDED STYLE Reg. $640dzNOW MOBILE HOMES

JUNIOR LEGAL RULE 3 65 New Furniture
5" x 8", Canary DP3-C5BC DZ 12'. 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom. 1

WIDE RULE Reg. $1020dzNOW 1/2 bath, central heat and air. Musts Air Condition
.5 to appreciate. 6000. Call
DP3-C811C
8-1/2 x 11",Canary 549
496.0071.12/4 tfn/chg.
8-1/2" 11", While DP3-C811W
x
1M HOMES OF MERIT MOBILE HOME Must See to AppreciateAcross
LEGAL RULE Reg. $129SdZ $10.000. Call 4963193. 1/8 4tchg. 1/29
e-1/2a x 14*, Canary DP3-C814C 39 "S3 14'x70' MOBILE HOME Three
8-1/2" x 14",White DP3-C314W NOW DZE1Associated bedroom 2 bath c.ntrol heat and air from
on ana acre. Call 4963083. Itpd. 1/29 e
$150 DOWN-EALANCE LIKE RENT. Starke Post Office
Owner financed. See Sid at Miller Auto
Sol.Main Street 4961Ipd.. 1/29

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Gold-Line \ $ 1 O95

Insertable IndexesHeavy
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Stab-2'duty tab.atwpapefExtra.long 11..8-112-tabs. Call 964-5764 Ask for KIm

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wayBy 1. Is your hair too long and out of style?
1 2. Are your clothes ragged and out of fashion?
Mark FrledUn truckm' company,he started small delegate at he convention that he j 3. Lost your tan and feeling washed out and pale?
BCT Staff Writer bought his first refrigerated trailer believes that with increased com
Carl Miles, who grew up in Union truck with a loan from a local bank. petition from the rail industry as j I, Try Hairplanes, we can solve all of your
County and worked as both a Several trucks later,be decided to well as what he termed "constantly j
sheriff's deputy and criminal in- try his luck at the truck brokering increasing costs experienced bv all problems with...
asp vestigator in the Lake Butler area, business. Working with an experienced exempt trucking companies it win
has forged a highly successful new truck broker furs period be necessary for trucker to "utilize I A. A new cut or perm or color by master stylists Alan Tina j
career for himself bit he trucking Miles decided Inset up his own truck aO possible strategies" to maintain and Linda.B. .
.Vfw business. brokerage firm in California's San their current dominant position in New In-fashlon clothes at discounted affordable prices In
Miles, now a Fresno. California Joaquin Valley. the industry. Alan's Boutique.
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tional Agricultural Transportation own international transportationcenter. plans to have its Winter meeting, to causing rays In a private relaxing atmosphere.Call .
League,based in Leesburg,Florida. The center has been enlarged coincide with the United Fresh Fruit I now at 964-4645 or stop by!
Miles a long-time regional vice- several times and today, and Vegatable Association ConvenI I
numerous truck brokers and tion in Orlando.Fl.
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president that he has plans for convention may have an impact on announced and then promptly helda
Happy Couple... greater participation by the league local workers in the trucking in wedding ceremony when he wed I V 737 S. Walnut St.
Carl and Lyndy Whitrhead-Miles with other produce associations.When dustry.Mifrc. the former Lyndy Whitehead at the I : Stark, Fl 32091 964-4643
are a happy couple after a suprlse Mile decided In farm a .n_ his selection told the convention. I ,.
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Man Hurt At Wendy'sGets Curtis Sumner Simmons, who was Old Road Anyone wishing to donate clothing bottles, one of the juveniles was Damge to the vehicles was
19 at the time of his arrest, was Lawtey and/or non perishable food items charged. He was released to the estimated at $6,000.
$86,700 SettlementA charged July 30 for burglary of a Mobile Home BurnsA may drop them off at the HSVFD on custody of his parents, said York. Listed as having possible Injuries
The others, two juveniles and one were Long and her ten-year-old son
dwelling and two counts of battery CR-16 or call Chief Terry McCarthy,
Jury awarded a Wendy's Old according to Investigator DavidAderholt. mobile home was completely 964-7026 or Lt. Dobson, 9645525. adult, were released.Wednesday who was a passenger.
afternoon
Fashioned Hamburgers customerand Simmons had entered the destroyed by fire Sunday Old Items needed at present include
his wife $86,700 for an injury he Starke home of Hessie Bennett Jan. 25. The trailer located Donald on mens clothing, all sizes, socks and Two Men SoughtIn
Fire
and owned
Road by
suffered when he was hit by a car in where he severely beat Bennett and Lawtey undergarments; but all items are Brooker RobberyTwo
the restaurant's drive-through lane. Daisy Murphy. Bennett suffered and Debbie Wright, was engulfed in needed and will be accepted. Damages TrailerA
units from
Edwin "Pee Wee" Williams, 67, severe facial damage including a flames when fire men robbed a Brooker conve-
said he did not see the car that hit broken nose and five broken ribs. Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire Juvenile Arrested Wednesday, Jan. 21, morningfire nience store late Saturday night
him in April 1981 after he stepped out Murphy had a broken hand. Department arrived on the scene. which reignited after lunch left a Jan. 24, after one of them indicatedhe !
of the restaurant's door. Simmons will serve a ten-year The fire was quickly extinguishedbut With Stolen ChevyA trailer on SH-lOO at Griffis Loop with had a weapon under his jacket,
probation period following his three not before the trailer and all con- smoke and structure damage. .
The six-member Bradford County according to Lt. John Dempsey.The
black male from
in DOC. tents were completely destroyed.The 16-year-old There injuries in the fire
years were no
jury decided that of clerk of the Handy Way
design the
Starke poor Charges of burlary and attempt to owners along with their four Waldo was arrested in Starke Jan.26 which started in the back bedroomin reported that two men entered the
Wendy's restaurant, which children home the time of and charged with grand theft auto,
at
were located
commit murder-first degree will be a closet. The closet was by and of the
routed the store about 11 one
drive-through lane next to dismissed. the fire and all escaped with no In- according to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, the water heater and heating system p.m. "
an exit door, made leaving the men told her "it's a hold-up.
juries. Jr.A which have been the cause, according -
business may The clerk handed over an
dangerous.The Also sentenced Jan. 20 In Bradford The fire is suspected to have 1984 Chevrolet was reported to Paramedics Dan Cud-
amount of cash from the
jury found that Williams was started in the electrical in a stolen from Jim Douglas Chevrolet unspecified:
County Circuit Court by Judge Osee system dington and Jerral Johnson who said
15 and the men escaped,
percent responsible and register
Wendy'swas Co. In Two Starke
High Springs.
Fagan were the following: fuse box located in the children'sbedroom responded in QR-10. The Starke unit
85 percent for a settlement of numbers found In the lot Dempsey.
Inmate Jack James according to Lt. Joe Dob- telephone the 9:51
McHaney pled and QR-10 quickly brought :
$86,700 for Williams and his wife, where the car was taken from,led to
guilty to battery of a law enforce- a.m. fire under control but QR-10
Margaret.A the arrest of the The stolencar
ment officer and was sentenced to son.QR10 and Lawtey Correctional juvenile. was called again at 1:30: p.m. to extinguish -
spokeswoman for said In front of Starke
Wendy's was parked a
DOC for five consecutive with tanker-one also responded to the hot spots.
years some
the company has had no problemswith address of one of the telephone I Recent ArrestsIn
sentence now serving. fire. Also responding was Tanker
the existing layout and considers FHP Inmate Ronald Lee Scott pled numbers and the juvenile was inside from LWCI and Theressa Volunteer Bradford CountyThe
it to be safe. Some emergency clothing was the house.
Serving as Bradford jurors were no contest, was battery sentenced of a law to five enforcement distributed to the family by New The juvenile said a friend had told Fire Department.The trailer is owned. by Lewis Grif- following arrests were madein
Katherine B. Griffis, Roy P. Glover, DOC consecutive. River Baptist Church Associationand him the car was on the car lot with fis Bradford County by local
Lydia N. Williams, Linda Marie years Ralph Edward, Griffis pled guiltyto firefighters from Heilbron Spr- keys in it and he went to the lot and authorities.
Griffis, Lillie Mae Ayer, Alma D. violation of probation (VOP) ings. The clothing comes from a sup- took the car, according to
Afternoon
Outlaw. (trespass while armed) and was ply stored in a room provided by the Patrolman Hinds.Juvenile Friday Anthony Leonard Aaron, 28, of
sentenced to DOC for 12 months. Bradford County Fair Associationand Accident at ChevronA Starke was arrested Jan. 24 for aggravated -
Man Who Beat Couple James Jenkins pled guilty VOP is located at the fairgrounds.The accident assault, according to
Friday afternoon on
Gets Prison TimeA (trespass in an occupied structure), Charged Patrolman William Russell. Aaron,
church works hand in hand US-301 south in Starke left two vehicle armed with a razor, was chasing
was on a new probation order With PossessionWhile
placed with local fire with smashed-in front ends but
rescue
Lawtey man who beat two for six months. departments Shandel Coleman when apprehended -
elderly people with a 2x4 last year Walter Jordan Padelford pled personnel and civil defense officials conducting a surveillance of no injuries treated at the scene. said Russell. Bond was set at
has been sentenced to three years in guilty VOP, was ordered to $250 to collect and distribute emergency the Keystone Heights MiniStoragearea Janice Glenn Long of Orange $1,000, he was released Jan. 26 on his
pay
the Department of Corrections. fine within 60 days. clothing, according to Emmett Nor, in early January, one juvenilewas Park, driving a 1986 Volvo, was nor- own recognizance.
_ ton. arrested for possession of a con- thbound in the outside lane of
lIB .. III trolled substance. US-301. Karl Arthur Leitheiser, 18, Samuel Warren Slade, 21, of Glen
Two vehicles were parked at the of Starke, driving a 1986 Chevrolet, St. Mary was arrested Jan. 23 on a
north end of the buildings where was southbound US-301. Leithelser capias charging aggravated bat-
Deputy Doug York observed four attempted a left turn into the tery, criminal mischief (failure to
males inside one of the cubicles.Due Chevron Station into the path of the appear),accoring to Lt.Glen Moore.
1 to the strong ordor of marijuana inside Volvo striking the front end, according Bond was set at 1000.
I the building and broken beer to Patrolman John Hodges.
Michael West 26, was arrestedJan.
QVA 26 for retail theft, according to
ii Patrolman M. D. Spears. West was '
Bill's CB Radio seen putting bottles of cough syrup
down the front of his pants and then
Electronics & Communications tried to leave the store, according to
HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS the store manager. Boi .ravas set at
101-B Edwards Road Starke $101.25, he was releaf* recognizance. ..v

I 'Iu 9646897Bear Traffic

n 5 : Roy Edward Knight of Starke was
Cat 145 XL Programmable $1/4095 arrested Jan. 26 for driving while

I II. II Scanner ((16 Channel) . . . . . I4SJ license suspended (DWLS) and no *
tag, according to Sgt. W. C. Reno. I'
Super Star $ -t
12D AM-FM . . . . . . . I OD released on his own recognizance.

'(1 All Mowers Ricky Carl Norman 23bOf Starke
oe We can provide you with private channelsor was arrested Jan. 24 b according -
'rt S100 on Sale! private novelties for your CB Radios to Sgt. Reno. He was bond released ( -
after a $210 surety was
posted.
i ALL TYPES OF CB RADIOS & ANTENNAS

Robert Mershon Browning, 45 of
Starke was arrested Jan. 23 for im--

proper tag, according to Patrolman
John Hodges. He was released aftera
Mark C. Knouse M.D. and Bruce Pollock M.D.are $41.50 cash bond was posted.
ANNUAL '
pleased to announce Alfred Conrad Godshall,53,of Col-
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TUNE-UP ... --V- .. additional office hours_ '. '_umbl:(,$,C waUrr. teJt.Jill\.21.for'_ .""":'
SPECIAL d ** Tuesday"Evening untlft:3( "P-iii----: DWLS according to Trooper D. C.
Roberts. He was released after a
Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. $210 cash bond was posted,
Appointments Preferred
Y tf7r l: d p ffA Marvin Allie Smith, 30, of Starke
Mark C. Knouse. M.D. Bruce Pollock. M.D. was arrested Jan. 24 for no validdriver's

Board Certified In Internal Medicine Board Certified In Family Practice license, according to

Pick-Up & Delivery on Any Specializing In: Specializing In: ) after Ray a Shuford.$105 surety He bond was
pate
FREE Adolescent&Adult Medical Care General Pediatric &Adult Medicine
Toro Rider Good thru Feb. 15 Heart Disease Minor Orthopedic Trauma ted.Albert .

Hypertension Well Child Care & Immunizations Leroy Smith, 49, of Starke
Diabetes Minor Surgery &Wart Removal was arrested Jan. 25 for driving
.Arthritis Family Planning and under influence and refusing to sign
Clean Entire Mower $ 9 5 Geriatrics Office Gynecology citation, according to Sgt. Reno. He

Change Oil 2 4 Preventive Medicine and Cancer Screening was released after a $468.50 surety

Complete Lab & X-Ray Available at adjacent L.B. Hosp. Hand Surgery Ctr. bond was posted.
Blade
Sharpen Blue Cross and Blue Shield PPC Accepted Andre Rodney Perry of Starke

Adjust Carburetor plus parts Participating Medicare Physicians was arrested Jan. 27 for DWLS, according -

Offices Located behind Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center Trooper D. C. Roberts. He
Clean Air Filter Adjust Brakes & Belts
850 E. Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida was released after a $210 surety

Lube Throttle Service Tires & Battery Phone (904)496-0092 bond was posted.

,. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Check All Nuts & Bolts Grease All Fittings Tuesday 9 a.m.7:30: p.m. Traffic Court

Saturday 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Finals Jan. 6

The following defendants appeared -
before Judge George H.
Pierce for final disposition January
6 in Bradford County Traffic

Criminal Court.
Joseph R. Richard pled guilty improper -
\ tag; ordered to pay $50 court

I'SJ :t costs.Lonnie Thompson pled guilty no
,
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.' ; Donald W. Brown pled guilty no
.iW ; tag; ordered to pay $50 court costs.
I Velma J. Covington pled guilty no
a valid driver license (NVDL); produce
valid license and pay costs or
pay $101.25.
Mark W. Harrop pled guilty driv-
ing while license suspended
(DWLS);; ordered to pay$101.25 fine.
Randy K. Barnett pled guilty
DWLS; fined 10125.
Raymond Charters pled no contest

Here's aline that's used all the dismissed.DWLS; produced valid license, case

being :over country Donald R. Shuman pled guilty
NVDL; produced valid license,
ordered to pay $30 court costs.
Vernon Todd pled guilty NVDL;
must produce valid license and pay
$50 or pay $101.25.
Cheryl A. Keedwell pled guilty
unlawful use of temporary tag;
It's the Freedom Phone line. Never miss another phone call ordered to pay $30 court costs.
Keedwell pled guilty NVDL produced
Communications product*.brought witA an answering machine to valid license, case dismissed.Taft .
Junior Smith pled guilty
to you exclusively by'otilLJj' receive your calls NVDL; must produce valid licenseor

.' sidiary, Southwestern Bell t F pay$101.23.

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Telecom. With,,the he.lp.of many Also complete selection of surge THE. Misdemeanor Court
Truell pled guilty to bad
of the nation's leading,.retail protectors for your office or home t OFFICE check Ruby($30 Torode Shell); must

make restitution and pay $50 court
stores. computer. SHOP costs.
l TrueD pled guilty bad check ($20
Torode Shell); must make restitu-
You will find these fine quality 11 ow.Call St. tion.Darrell
John Wagner pled guilty
Freedom phones at the Office 964-5764 disorderly conduct; 60 days court

Call a Starke. Fla. probation and pay $50 court costs.
110 W.
Shop, SjreetgtDowntown Kevin Michael Wagner pled guilty
disorderly conduct; placed on 60
Starke, Florida, j ,a' rv f*** days court probation, pay $50 court
costs.

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+ r H A onetime Death-Row inmate, he sought to prove he does not belong behind bars ,!


A convicted murderer whose and left the prison after climbing amplification device would make it He said he escaped from unbearable
creative escape from Florida State through a shower room window easier to identify and catch him. prison conditions where he had no '
Y? Prison gained him 3Mi years where the bars had been sawed However the escapee made his way chance for rehibilitation. He said his
', freedom was found guilty by a jury through. He left through the main to California where an operation three years of freedom proved he
r and sentenced to 3Vi years. gate.Fleming i colored his voice. could live safely and constructively
6 r+' had been shot in the in society.
obi throat during at 1976 holdup attemptand
t Myron David Fleming, 47, had to use a "voice box" to com Fleming, 47, was arrested in Mayof
escaped from the maximum security last in in was at one time on death
municate, that box was found out year an apartment Fleming
.. prison the evening of Christmas side the window. Atlanta where he had been living row for killing a Fort Myers police
& P Day, 1982 after he donned a guard'sjacket under an alais. Fleming, acting as officer during a 1976 Shootout after
r? e: R ,, and cap he had stolen from Prison authorities hoped that his own attorney in circuit court he was cuaght in the act of robbery.
the quarterdeck. Fleming had Fleming's Inability communitcate Monday, told jurors sometimes you He was re-sentenced May 2,1980 to
Inmate Myron David Fleming his prison pants using shoe posh verbally without hand-held sound had to do a wrong to right a wrong. life in prison.

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Traffic Court FinalsBruce


Allen contest test possession of marijuana; Brooks pled guilty DUI; fined David A. McKinney pled guilty[ six months, attend DWI school, 50 Olen S. Waldron pled no contest '
to petit theft; fine101.25 and ordered to pay $150 court costs, six $362.50, license suspended six mon NVDL; produce valid license and hours community work, Salvation DWI; sentenced to 30 days in jail,
ordered to make restitution. months Salvation Army probation, ths, 50 hours community work, at dismiss or $101.25.. Army supervision. fined $1,150, attend DUI school,
Anthony Aaron pled no contest to violate no laws. tend DWI school, Salvation Army Danny K. Sanford pled guilty; no Ronald L.Andrews pled no contest license suspended indefinitely.
battery; 60 days court probation, supervision. tag; produce valid tag and pay$50 or wilful-wanton reckless driving; Waldron charged with DWLS and
pay $50 court costs. Traffic Ronald W.Cam pled guilty no tag; pay $101.25. placed on 60( days court probation, no tag: dismissed.Waldron .
Billy Richarde Aaron pled no con Walter Swindell pled no contest fined $101.25, Salvation Army supervision Bernard Beard pled guilty im fined $101.25, violate no laws. pled no contest to another
test possession of cannabis; Sava- DWLS; ordered to pay $101.25 fine proper tag; produced valid tag; Fletcher W. Rodgers pled no con charge of DUI; 30 days in jail con
tion Army supervision, 25 hours thru Salvation Army supervision. Cam pled guilty NVDL; fined dismissed. test altered validation sticker; 60 secutively with above case, fined ,
community work, violate no laws, Swindell charge of driving while $101.25, Salvation Army supervision. Alicia Sheppard pled guilty no da probation, fined $101.25. $1,150.
pay $50 court costs. intoxicated DWI/DUI) Cam pled guilty failure to show tag; ordered to pay $50. lodgers charged with no PIP in Waldron charged with two counts
Scharidy Ann Harper pled no con dismissed. ; case proof of insurance; ordered to pay orders and pled guilty DWLS; surance; dismissed. DWLS; cases dismissed.Misdemeanor .
test possession of cannabis; placed Michael G.Perkins pled no contest $50 court costs. to pay 101.25 or produce Rodgers charged with DWLS and Court
under Salvation Joseph F. Durand pled guilty valid license. violation of right of way; cases
Army supervision DUI; fined $625, license suspended Prittchard
Tanja pled no contest
D.
DWLS fined$101.25. Tracy Hollingsworth
: pled dismissed.
ordered to pay $50 court costs and five ten days in jail no
years on Gloria battery 60 days court probation,
violate no laws, complete 25 hours weekends Salvation Army supervision J.Covington pled guilty improper contest DWLS; ordered to produce David Benjamin Hazen pled no ;
community work one tag; ordered to pay $50 court valid license and pay $50 or pay contest DWI; fined $362, license violate no laws peed $50 court costs.
year. Joe Beard no contest to
$101.25.Christina.
six months hours
costs. suspended ,50 community
Cheryl Lynn Bogle pled no contest Truby C. Slade, charged with
assault; 60 days probation, pay
Covington pled guilty careless Long pled guilty NVDL work must attend DWI
possession of cannabis; placed on DWI pled guilty to wilful-wanton violate
; valid license and wilt Salvation $101.25, no laws.
driving ordered to $50 court produce case school Army supervision.Todd .
nine months Salvation Army super reckress driving; ordered to pay ; pay be dismissed. Gregory Chandler pled guilty
Henderson
vision, ordered to pay $50 court $Jan 20 DWI school. costs. Ricky L. Gainey pled improper DWLS E.ordered pled no contest drinking in public; six months court
guilty to
costs, complete 25 hours communitywork Finals George D. Hill pled no contest improper ; pay $50 court probation violate no laws.
tag; ordered to pay $50 court tag; produce valid tag and costs.
violate no laws. James E. Curtis pled guilty costs Salvation Army supervision. pay t$50 court costs. Michael G. Adams pled no contest Thomas pled no contest retail
Charges of child abuse and posses DWLS; must present valid license Hill pled no contest driving Carl D. Cooper pled no contest wOwul-wanlan reckless driving; theft; fined $101.25,six months court
sion drug paraphernalia against and pay $50 or pay $101.25 fine. without headlights; fined $30. DUI; fined $362. license suspended ordered to pay $362 court costs. probation.
Harper, Bogle and Aaron will be Velma J. Covingtpn pled guilty
dismissed by the state attorney. NVDL; present valid license and
Charles Edward Mullins pled no pay $50 or pay $101.25 fine.
contest trespass after warning; David Eaton Cornett pled guilty
ordered to pay $50 court costs. DWLS; produced valid license,
Raymond Pernell Tyson pled no ordered to pay $50 court costs. .
contest retail theft; ordered to serve John R. Durden pled no contest
four days in county jail. DWLS; present valid license and
Ricky Lavon Gainey pled no contest pay $50 court costs or pay $101.25.
to assault; ordered to pay $50 Frederick W. Tidwell pled guilty
court costs, violate no laws, 60 days NVDL; presented valid license,
court probation.Christopher dismissed. OFFICE
Lee Zile Keith M. Jones "
pled no con pled guilty NVDL; PRODUCTS
test to criminal mischief; fined presented valid license, case
101.25, 90 days Salvation Army dismissed. THE e-
supervision, make 345.92 restitu William G. Joseph pled guilty no DFFICE
tion.Thomas motorcycle license; ordered to pay '
Edward Rodriquez pledno $50 court costs. SHOP "
contest to battery; sentenced to Jackson T. Brookes, Jr. pled guilty
four days in jail, six months probation expired tag; ordered to pay $50 HOW.Coll Si ',
fined$101.25. court costs under Salvation Army
Lewis Paul Duchene pled no con supervision. 9645764Slorkv. i a et

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