Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01744
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01744
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It should be cloudy and mild through this weekend with a cooling At a Pago. SINCE 1879

trend occuring this Sunday. Hard N.w.. . . .. .'.3. I
There is a 40 percent chance showers today (Thursday, Feb. 5) Editorial Pag.. . . . . 4A, Y
and Friday with highs in the 60's with lows in the 40's at night. Th. Social Sc.n.. . .. ,5-4A .......... ..
A weak cold front is due to move into the area by Sunday with Public Nolle.. . . .. .7ASporti .,

lows in the upper 30's.It . . . . .. 7-IA '
will continue to be slightly cloudy through Sunday when the

front arrives. SECTION Bt 12 PagM I I

Just under one inch of water fell in light rains this past week. Fun Farm. . . .. .'.IB ( 3
The Santa Fe River is predicted to crest at 5 feet above flood Roplogl. . . . 38 I ..". :
stage Sunday. The Suwannee Is expected to reach flood stage by Obltoarloi . . . .6B I
Feb. 14, depending on rainfall in S.Georgla and N.Florida. Wolghtliftort. . .. I2B "
August rainfall 8.1 Inches, September 5.46Inches, October 3.64 T.r... Plk.. . ." ..<. ..... Tr_ .
inches, November 1.96 inches December 3.08 inches, January Claiilllod Ad.. . ......,. ,. ,7.,. v..vwvoc vuw.vi, piI D'II11T6 QIUtI of Heaven
inches, and February 3.53 indies. N.wa ari.f.. . . . ..2-11-12B 108th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
29th Issue Thursday, February 5,1987 USPS 062-700

I 'WtVtd 72 4 Outstanding Citizens Recognized by Chamber .. .1

by Buster Rahn
BUS Play Set... >x / BCT Staff Writer
1 1y Business and civic leaders of
A stage production of "Ml This I Bradford County and their spouses
and Allan Too" is set Monday Feb.
and their best bib and
9, at the Bradford High School t guests put on
auditorium by the Drama Class. re :vr"N tuckers Saturday evening, Jan. 31,
and attended an excellent banquet,
Two scheduled -
performances are
hosted the Bradford-Starke
: at 7:30 p.m. and 8:30: p.m. A
Chamber of Commerce.The .
charge of $1 can be paid at the
door. / dinner and annual meeting,
held in the Camp Blanding armory,
The public is invited, says Drama N
was attended by 317 persons, a new
Instructor Susan
McGrew. attendance record for the annual

.; rSI event.
Class Reunions... Highlight of the evening was the
presentation of awards:
A meeting/ is set at 7:30: p.m. Carolyn Autry received the 1986
Tuesday Feb. 10, in the Santa Fe Citizen of the Year Award for her
Community College board room to work on the revitalization of Call
prepare for the 10-year reunion of Street in downtown Starke.
the BUS Class of 1976. All class Clarence Lee was recipient of the
members are urged to attend. For tli 1986 Humanitarian Award for his
more information call Beth Moore, r I work in raising funds for local per-
4734442. h sons in need, such as Easter Seals

It's time for the 5-year reunion of rt- I I r'r little Chris Campbell, and cancer
the BUS Class of 1982. A meeting, to victims.
plan the reunion is set at 7 p.m. y Chuck Coburn, son of Mr. and
Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the home of Mrs. Charles L. Coburn of Brownlee
Stacey Denmark, 116 Parker Road, is the Bradford High studentof
Street. For more information, call k1'ih the year.

964-5367 or 9644454. r -& fli Allan Rogers,son of Mr. and Mrs.

George Rogers of Hampton, is the
I SFCC student of the year.
Grant's AssistantTo
The meeting began at 7 p.m., witha
be Here Feb. 12 rCarolyn
social hour, giving guests an opportunity
Congressman Bill Grant's assistant ) to meet and greet friends.
Mike Kennon, will be i 4el The Florida National Guard
available to assist individuals, presented a color guard while the
organizations, businesses and rl v national anthem was played. The
government agencies with govern Rev. Jerry Patton, Presbyterian

mental problems Feb. 12 at the Chuck Coburn- AutryCitizenoftheYear Clarence LeeHumanitarian Allan Rogers minister, gave the invocation.
following times and places:
Outgoing President John Miller
Outstanding BUS Stud..ntNew Award Outstanding SFCC Student
'SUrke Courthouse
9:30-10:30: : welcomed guests, and recognizedboth
a.m. incoming officers, and those
Keystone Heights, City Hall, 1-2 who are leaving office at the end of
p.m. their terms.
'Hampton Post Office, 3.330:
p.m. 1987-88 officers are: Ray Norman,
Hospital to Open Monday president; Susan Faulkner, vice-
IRS Tax Aids president, and Dr. Len Schlofman,

Now at LibraryFree JBLroom. ... eI secretary-treasurer.

tax counseling will be The county's new $6 million All the while there are 54 What is the reason for the full Plus, Rearick says, January, VIPs .
available?! at the Bradford County. 54-bed Bradford Hospital, built onto brand new beds and- large, nice house at. the hospital Rearick\ says"toHKw" February, and March are the top Recognized..
Library each Wednesday, from the:rear of the old facility;?Wlllbpen"' 'rooms'-ready,to be ugedinihe'jf&vf M-" .-r! .. ,J .' ",,"',.........months for,hospital census. 1 i t Jack Eckdahl executive director
1.430: p.m., starting Feb. 11. for business Monday, Feb. 9, according hospital.But Currently, six doctors are on the of the Chamber came to the podium 11 jjj
Just received: Several new bookson to Administrator Tim Rearick. Administrator Rearick can't BH staff: Dr. George Restea, Dr. 24-Hr. to recognize a number of people In Vis
into the until the Latcu Dr. Kiert Sun- Emergency Care... the dining room. Ml
Genealogy, census reports for Patients are asked to use the new move new hospital Georgetta ,
Georgia, and other helpful entrance on Colley Road. state makes the final inspection."It's dusadee, Dr. Pete Gianas, Dr. This March 1 Bradford Hospital
materialsat the library. Construction has cut the numberof killing my soul," Rearick Carlos Hernandez, and Dr. William plans to go to 24-hour emergencyroom Representing the Bradford County
beds in the old part of the hospitalto said Tuesday. The doctors want to Rocafort. care. courthouse were Judge George
28. Currently there are 31 patientsin declare the situation an emergencyand Several patients have come in Pierce, Sheriff Dolph Reddish and
Child Find... the hospital, running over into a move into the new hospital this from Keystone Heights, says Ad- Adm. Rearick is working with a Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez.:
week, but Rearick said he can't minstrator Rearick, something that private firm which will supply two Four county commissioners were
Do you know a child with a han- treatment and conference : Chairman Lawrence
room allow that.following just hasn't been happening. doctors.
dicap.Child Mosley, Vice-Chairman Wilbur
Find is one part of the Waters, Maxie Carter, Jr. and Joe

Florida Resources Diagnostic System (and FDLRS Learning) that 3-2 Vote Denies W. Starke Nursing Home Siteby Riddick.

lends support services to excep- Four Bradford county school

tional student education programsin Buster Rahn the two hour meeting. Attorney R.A. Green, represen- this instance it didn't matter, since board members were present, including
a six county area: Bradford BCT Staff WriterIn Biggs and Silcox voted to rezone. ting Byron Terwillegar before the virtually the same group had attended Rodney Hall Evelyn Chas- '
Baker, Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns, a 3-2 vote, Starke commissioners Commissioners Jimmy Crosby, council, was supported by several the city zoning board meeting the tain, Dr. Len Schlofman and Jimmy
and Union Counties. denied Byron Terwillegar's Travis Woods, and Charles Schaefer individuals in favor of rezoning the prior week, and knew whit the petitioners Scott.
One function of Child Find is
to amend the opposed the rezoning. property. would present.
identification of handicapped request comprehensive The Starke city commission was
land use plan and rezone 6.46 Mayor Vernon Silcox, recognizingthe Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal represented by Mayor Vernon Silcox
preschool students, and acres from R1A to R2A for a con Residents Protest... large turnout of residents, and used a city map to locate the area, and Charles Schaefer.
the location of children and
youth the for their interest calledon and explained rules
reason ,
valescent home governing
between birth and 21 years of age The hearing room was filled with Mayor Robert Scott of Lawtey was
Commissioner Biggs to in the
The before the Bobby changes comprehensive land
request came council -
some 50 people seated and 15.20peo- there.
who may have a handicapping con Tuesday night, Feb. 3, without a standing in the doorway. The chair the request to rezone hearing, use plan, telling the group that 5
dition and is not receiving services.
since Biggs is city council chairmanfor acres is the maximum size that
recommendation from the can
city zoning
of those attending are Two state legislators
Some areas of the handicapping majority Rep. George
zoning. be changed by local authorities. For
conditions may be speech, board since that body deadlocked residents of Saratoga Heights, and Crady, DYulee, and Rep. Chance
in a 3-3 vote last Thursday, Jan. told the assembly that that reason, 2.25 acres were dropped
language, hearing, vision, learning, opposed the request to rezone the Irving, R-Orange Park, attended.
from the
29. who wished to address the request, reducing to 4.8
behavior or physical problems.If "old Vining place." everyone Mike Kennon, aide to U.S. Rep. Bill
know of a child who Mayor Vernon Silcox tried to Whispering Pines Convalescent issue would be given an opportunityto acres the size of the plot to be remov- Grant, was there.Fun .
be handicapped you contactFDLHSChild may delay a vote, but Commissioner Bob Center was represented by three of speak. He then said those who opposed ed from the "open area conserva-

Find at (904)) 328-8811 by Biggs, who made the motion to its officials, and registered opposi- the request would speak first,
the called for reversal of the usual In (See Zoning..P.3A)
in Putnam County or write grant request, a vote tion, also. a procedure.

FDLKS/Child Find, P.O. Box 159, Fest
Bostwick, FL 32007.

Alaska Trip... _' Sen. Lawton Chiles Here on Pre-election TourMeeting

Want to visit Alaska? Call In Starke Friday, Jan. 30, eliminate all federal aid for merce building in Starke late Friday coming 1988 election, and made the Set Feb. 14
964-5358 to go on a 32 day trip by Then the senator headed rounds
with a group of local supporters, vocational-technical training "at a afternoon. renewing acquaintainces.
motor coach, from June 15 through Florida's senior senator, Lawton time," the senator said, "when the for the Union County farm of former
July 18. Chiles, new chairman of the Senate country needs more skilled scien- Sheriff John Whitehead for a larger Chiles thanked John Whiteheadfor
Budget Committee, took a dim view tists and technicians in all fields to crowd of some 150 supporters from serving the chicken pilau dinner,
1-75 Artifacts... of President Ronald Reagan's pro- meet the challenges of the present, Bradford and Union Counties. to which the local Democratic Com AtSFCC
posal to cut funding for education by as well as the future." mittee contributed. The senator
See artifacts uncovered during 30 percent in the fiscal 1988 federal Before a roaring fire at the recalled he'd met then Sheriff
construction of a strip of 1-75, 330 budget. Sen. Chiles, looking thin and tired Whitehead farm Sen. Chiles gave a Whitehead on SR-100 in 1971 as he by Buster Rahn
feet wide and 35 miles long, a the Sen. Chiles was also critical of the and in need of relaxation, met with brief talk on the issues in walked the state in his first senate BCT Staff Writer
Florida State Museum on Museum Administration's proposal to supporters in the Chamber of Com Washington, D.C., discussed the up- election. Then Sheriff Whitehead There's going to be a Family Fun
Road, University of Florida gave him food, water, and protectedhim Festival, free to everyone. Saturday -
Gainesville. Chiles recalled. Feb. 14, beginning at 9 a.m.,
Learn a' out early Florida in- -' Though maintaining a low-key and running to 1:30: p.m.It .
dians, their lifestyle and environ :, -v--- presence during his 16 years in the
ment, only at the Florida State Senate, "Walking Lawton" Chiles will be held on the parking lot of
Museum, through Feb. 22. has shown undisputed ability as a the Starke Center. Santa Fe Community
+' successful conciliator and College, on Call Street.

Upcoming.. negotiator. This is expected to stand
The Fun Festival ex-
him in good stead as he assumes one
'A special meeting of the Lawtey I of the most difficult and thankless pected to become an annual event, is
city council is set at 7 p.m. Mon assignments resulting from the sponsored by the Bradford County.
day, Feb. 9, to establish qualification Democratic Party's return to powerin Inter-Agency Council.
for the city clerk's position and the Senate. .
to make a decision on whether to In recent television Cliff Chapman, director of Brad-

hold an election or appoint the Chiles, who has been called appearances, "a great ford County's emergency services
Is of the council. It is made
clerk. Clerk AI Anderson has consensus builder" has urged the president
of the in the coun-
resigned.The up many
President to help create a bipartisan ty whose function is to help people.
City Commission of Hampton centrist group to deal with 1988
is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues- So far
budgetary problems.
Rod Buchele 4-H coordinator for
day, Feb. 10. has indicated ,
however Reagan no
'The City Commission of Brookeris willingness to meet Bradford County, said the objectiveis
set to meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday halfway on compromises now being "To build awareness of community -
Feb. 10..The resources for families, and promote
demanded well
by Republicans, as
BUS Alumni Association is as Democrats in both houses. family inter-action. Participation -
set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, yl The firm, but mild-mannered and will instill a "sense of community
Feb. 12, in the school library. The usually soft-spoken Chiles, has among families.
Board of Directors meets at 6:30: shown a long-standing interest in
p.m. B-Books remain on sale at the probing for and eliminating government Home Economist Diann Douglasis
Chamber of Commerce and Mit waste. He once used a cooperating with Buchele and
chell's Drug Store. For more information warehouse full of government others In promoting the festival, and
doing "leg" work.
call Linda Hildebran surplus furniture to demonstrate the
964-8937. wasteful procurement practices of
15 various agencies private firms
The regular monthly meeting of
the Pentagon, as well as other branches
the Bradford School Board is set at of government. and groups will have booths on the

71.m. Monday, Feb. 16, in the Administration Chiles declared such examples of parking lot for visitors to investigate -
Building on N. Temple and observe displays and
should be
government waste
'Walkin Lawton Greets Supporters.. Some orgainzations will
Ave. in Starke. eliminated before attacking the programs.
The third Tuesday meeting of U.S.Sen. Lawton Chiles met at the Chamber office In former Union Sheriff John Whltead near Lake Butler. social and educational needs of the present skits, some will perform
and all will be In-
the City Commission of Starke is Stark-with supporters last Friday afternoon, then that Looking to the 1988 election. Sen. Chiles greeted tome country, as President Reagan pro- simple tests, Ms.
set at 7":30: p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17, night attended a chicken pilau dinner at the farm of ISO Bradford and Union guest poses. teresting, says Douglas.
in city hall

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Hampton Gets a 'Brand New' Fire Truck...
Fresh cole slaw .Natural-cut
County commissioner hand over a completely reworked 1957 F-600. fire chief Jerry Higglnbotham. french fries
1,200 gallon tanker to Hampton Councilman Ted Curtis,In plaid shirt,and The crowd is l-r) Commission Chairman Lawrence Mosley, Commissioner .
Fire Chief Scott Davis, at right. E.L. (Nook) Norman, Higglnbotham, Johns, CommissionerThe Two hush : _
shop at Lawtey Correctional Institution reworked the truck so It Wilbur Waters, Hampton councilman Ted Curtis,Commissioner Joe Rid. puppies Lemon
looks like new. County commissioners were high In their praise of the dick Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.,county attorney Reggie Flynn,and A wedge
reworking job to LWCI vocational Instructor Lester Johns and to LWCI Hampton fire chief Scott Davis. r

I Board Faces DecisionBy STARKE
Clay Rezoning CHURCH OF GOD

422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
Anne Sponholtz LRM: Editor again the school board is faced with deciding the fate of Walter F. Montz PastorWe
On Thursday,Feburary 12 Clay County School Board
the Bradford County students who are attending these Invite to with
you worship us.
members are expected to make a decision regarding schools.In .
the possible rezoning of Bradford County students attending a letter to Chairman Eckdahl, Bradford County Attended Nursery
Keystone Heights schools. School Board Chairman Rodney Hall said in part: "I Sunday School .. .. . 10 am
"I have asked the school board staff to look into what am concerned about the attendance zones of Keystone Morning Worship .. .. . 11 am
the effect would be if we grandfathered in the students Heights Elementary and High School.More specifically Evening Service .. .. .. . 6 pm Cocktail sauce
who are already attending the elementary school," about the attendance of Bradford County; students. Wednesday youth. .... .. 7:30 pm Ten delicious
said School Board Chairman Jack Eckdahl. Philosophically, I am opposed to a county line presen- handbreadedfried
Chairman Eckdahl said that although information ting a barrier for student attendance, especially whenit Need Health Insurance? shrimp $3.69
regarding the impact of Bradford students attending destroys a neighborhood concept, resulting in Cull Merrht II. William
both Keystone Heights High School and Keystone children being bused 18 miles."
Elementary School was presented to the board at their "I do appreciate that Keystone Heights Elementary 964-5391
December meeting, he does not feel) the high school is nearing capacity enrollment with severe expansion SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY
would be part of the rezoning at this time. limits. However, I do not believe removal of Bradford
However,school board member George Bush said in County students offers a solution.hope that the Clay AllYouCanEatCountryStyle
a recent interview that he has never been happy with County School Board will agree to continue our existing RESPIRATORY Fish Dinner $3.99
Bradford County students attending either the high Joint Agreement,as Clay County did originate what we
school or the elementary school."I now have in existence," Chairman Hall said in his let Dining Room Service Only
tried to present a motion to stop it at the time the ILLNESSESTo
line was extended for the high school, but it died for ter.Clay Superintendent Ann Wiggins is expected to MONDAY & TUESDAYBiteSize
lack of a second," Bush said. make a recommendation at the February 12 meeting.The learn more about these respiratory
For many years now the attendance zone for Bradford board will make the final decision regarding her
students attending both KHHS and KHES has included recommendation.There problems call Tel-Med and Shrimp Dinners
ask for these number.Call
a two-mile radius from the schools. In 1983 this are presently 79 Bradford County students tapes by Two Complete Dinners for $4.99Captain
attendance zone was expanded beyond the two-mile enrolled at KHHS. Nine students live in the area or 3780007.
radius, allowing Bradford students who lived in an beyond the two-mile limit, 58 live within the two-mile
area south of CR 21B and east of Lake Santa Fe to attend limit and the remaining 12 are teachers' children, ac- 7 Pneumonia what does It
KHHS. cording to Deputy Superintendent Jim Sowell. mean?
In 1984 this extended area was expanded. to allow Sowell said that at KHES there are 65 Bradford 13 Pulmonary emphysema Ds!
elementary students to attend KHES. County students enrolled. Thirty two live beyond the 38 Influenza 6
However, according to school officials, the elemen- two-mile limit,27 live within the two-mile limit and six 90 Hay lever
tary school is facing a crisis due to overcrowding, and are teachers' children. 296 Common sinus problems
581 576 Chronic Bronchial cough asthma A great little seafood place.
p 582 Shortness of breath

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Nursing Home Request Turned Down by City Commission

from page IA) Deed restrictions and other by a Texas corporation. Benefits Emphasized... ly. They agreed that meat voltaic- stated thai! "work done on the com-
lion" designation. Approximately 2 guarantees may not hold up, In Green, whose presentation to bans can be nHIHMmcd fcy! eke prefcrasnre land use plan 10 years
acres fronting on Madison St. are future transactions.The Conflict of Interest... the Atty.city zoning board)last week was courts,and abmOulcs da mod rmrt.: ago ae no longer! relevant."
zoned RIA. and not affected by the question of the area's need fora Edward Green a Madison St. resident low key, made a forceful delivery Bill Gortlsctaamcr.! frymtrOtsmff
second convalescent home surfaced Florida ConvalfetcaDt Garter*, a..IIIIO Bigp closed his plea to rezone the
comprehensive land use plan. The said a member of the zoning positive reasons for rezoning.
4.8 acre plot, and the 2 front acres, from time to time, although that board had a possible conflict of interest Green emphasized additional plan to buy Ube Uamd Imam Terr- P"* !l,.*>r moving to approve the re-
make issue was not before council. The legar'. once it has beta iCTumml qpcsl.and catling for a vote.Mayor .
a total of 6.46 acres in the through the employment of a taxes to be realized by adding a $4
rezoning request. certificate of need, issued by the relative by a realtor and he wantedan million facility to the tax rolls, and told the assemtoSy nut" farm B m
Pratt St. residents Thomas Lewis Department of Rehabilitative Ser- immediate ruling by city attorney the boost to the local economy by the business to build eaavaDescnt SUtox wanted to delay the
Anita Rink and Mac McClellen came vices, made that issue a moot point. Terence Brown. addition of 60-100 jobs in the propos homes rather than: aputaemlSLGortlsciiamer vote, saying that the issue needed
to the podium to speak in oppositionto Venoy Jolley of Madison St., term- Green also said there was some ed convalescent home. Whispeiing mtouM mot eranmnauit further! consideration! by the cityesuned.
the request to rezone. Objections ed the request "spot zoning," that impropriety by a city zoning board Pines Convalescent Center was citedas himself to kx&dmg for another sate lie said to the council "If
and fears expressed were essentially would devalue properties in the member, who did not vote until he being a good neighbor and exam- elsewhere in the area nf the request sinacter: ready to vote you are
the same as those heard by the city neighborhood. Gloria King said her had seen how other members were ple of maintaining surrounding property is turned dawn.Biggs than 1.and smarter than I
zoning board the prior Thursday parents have lived adjacent to the voting. values. thought' :you are."'The Mayor asked
night: Terwillegar property for 56 years, Biggs! admitted there existed a Atty. Green said "We'll) do Bogg la recall his motion,which had
An R2A zoning code allows the and objected to any re- vacancy on the city zoning board anything to relieve fears," in Biggs spoke at tenth on tamor c* been seconded by Councilman
construction of apartments, classification. leaving an even number, but the reference to expressed fears that an granting the request to rename tiDeTerwaBJtogare CltorBes! Scbaefer. Biggs'" replied, "I
duplexes and single family Attorney Wayne Carroll, council had a problem in getting peo- apartment building will be con- called for the vote.
residences. If the nursing home is representing Whispering Pines Con- ple to serve. Biggs asked for structed on the site rather than a Having; in the
never built, the R2A designation valescent Center interests, attempted volunteers, and six persons: convalescent home. He further muttJtead on The vote...
values, and cited tube .
raise1lpr. -
would remain. to discuss actions by Florida Thomas Lewis, Anita Rink, Venoy stated that Terwillegar is willing to on Maduso.St. near nbe wiam- MajwrSUcox called for the council
Possible creation of severe Convalescent Centers, holders of the Jolley, Mac McClellen Art Loudon provide deed restrictions or any Dixie perty campOex. and the screw as. to vote by a showing of hands.
drainage problem in an already low certificate of need, but was admonished and Bill Rink, volunteered to serve. reasonable guarantee, that will prohibit value upon, bong etoatrfbed for Voting: for the request to rezone
lying area. by Mayor Silcox that the Edward Green told Mayor Silcox"I construction other than a convalescent business Baas: saud the were SUcox and Biggs.
Possibility of lowering values of issue was rezoning, rather than didn't get an answer" (by Atty. home.AUorneys business fasnanamty purposes as UMnmnng nest VotingNay" were CommisUOO -
surrounding properties. character analysis. Carroll was suc- Brown, in reference to the conflict of Green and Brown along Madison St..aIIIJd on tonne at wiffl S T Travis Woods Jimmy
Makes possible further encroachment cessful in making public that Interest question). Mayor Silcox agreed that deed restrictions are all off them Qnwtbjr and Charles Schaefer.
of doctors offices and Florida Convalescent Centers, a replied "I don't want him to answerit held in general disfavor by the court, encompass Biggs talked: l about the need far additional The decision got a big hand from
pharmacies in the area. Florida corporation,is wholly owned tonight" but could hold up if written correct- nubs in the .,.,.........""""Y. lie the audience.

I BHS Tornado Wrestlers Defeat Clay High, Just Miss Eastside UpsetThe I

Bradford County wrestlers Gainesville High School HIIS haS! a student 1)11(1)l Coburn BHS deciiioned Amaya, Clay BUS wren Km-1 muitldlurs and) IJooIst 5T5 bieen E/4S...'nno"Oornfo. CS In 137ltj ,
beat Clay High:37-27 last Friday and chance to l finish in the top three with "Wl'Te tll'd ATP EbuBle ......,,,
three Tuesday! Feb. :X at Eadsodr .
Elder BHS. pinned Chilion Clu..n' M .
fell by only three points to Eastside a good team lhlJ't says, Coach Tew. Coiuh 'I'ew. It was Douurtorfv.ilItn
in GaunesvnlMeCXWK
Rufticll BUS dcci&tonpd Wilfcon Clay High ,
/ Coourm. >*V a ci 48-15 as they prepare for regionIs in The top four in each weight! class HI IS, mm 3.8.:1.I'n : *Tees ol ma a real jpowd! <
the coming "et'ks.U'pcoming. will go on to region! set at Auhum- : (hough \ Lilonboo, BHS dncitionvd Ulerly, Clay, fJJort (m the part elM the BUS Bra. Cianir, M4v pinned Hindi, IS. tecondi..
dale the lolUmmg) ( ueckeml. Coach 12-K), his mulch was w. Cafthuim CSv pinned llusMII. EMS /In 1:"*.
wrestltrs. Trw mxnimD "ft'IboodJIll!
... Tow is anticipating six or sevenqualifying wrestled his Carver BHS.docitloni'dCanterberry.. 11 I9& (Ilapp./R KS pinned' kaenbee, EMS inn
( 10"0"n. Brldqfi Clay won by.o.t.... U6 through I55L.11IIpdati.1Il1IIIIC tox E
BUS wrestles Episcopal of for regum.tls.IHIS Tew. II there had Oann, Clay decitioned Slillwell EMS in the UMitfl amid caurane eftors soh Camwr._ pinned Onvlt. CS. In 1:11.
Jacksonville at home seconds Michael mi ra. !lnll_". E++*, d.cn.on.cr Oold.mitn.m
tonight la.no Brad Green ujgundl Dots! versed to .
Beats Clay 37-27 ES nma
Thursday. Feb. 5> at 7 p.m. 98 Trickle BHS Crews Clay. won by forfeit. U-<(I. Chuck:! Cotamn nmgxrmvid lID : >> Camiadlv CS,wan by tarfeif.rapei. .
Tornado won 8 ol 9 matches they 176lii .. '. Schaelor. BHS won by .ort.... record U-I Ma__Iglm .CS. man by tarleit.Samranm .
The District Tournamerjt is set wrestled in beating Clay High ::17.27 I 11 Ii Crmn Viucjtm.BUS Clnv won won by Double forfeit .* ....-.ES piKKMI....._....mm:9 atno IMllinVWB. BH9, won bydefault
his Saturday. Fob 7. nt noon at ,loot Frirl.i.Inn :'in hclnrc the C'JI IS '119\ Smith Clay won by 45: HI IS 48 .. -........-....-. w...-.IV

Old Baseball Timers SetThe 1TTj41: I

annual pre-season Old-Timers '

baseball game is set Saturday, F'eb. Step
diamond.All 14, at 1 p.m.. on the Bradford High

former BItS baseball playersare .1 > [
invited to play or come out and Now Thru Sat., Feb. 14CENERAL
watch the game. The old-timers will
be coached by Mike Hartley, former
BHS baseball coach, now an ad- ( ) ELECTRIC STANLEY
ministrator at Starke Elementary.. 'ip
At 10 a.m., prior to the Old-Timers Twin-Pack,40-Watt LEVERLOCK I
Game, there will be a junior varsityvs. "

varsity. intrasquad scrimmagegame. a Fluorescent Tubes %" x 25'Tape I

The baseball season opens at Cool white,fluorescent basement I
home Feb. 17 at 4:40 p.m. against 1, and shop area Average 5-6 yeargarage Rule
Union County High of Lake Butler.It coupon in package 16607 f t r,y \
is another rebuilding year for .... .... Steel male has pomttt"ncaumi' won aunabtacto -
BHS baseball.:The team is young. ./.I\M, $979 c-' ; ""' ., .
Charlie Simpkins assistant coach at SPECIAL PRICE 4Bm I stele as I iO k Bne* I'Le'ss I

Clay High last'year, is the new BUS (:> ..,. mfr. mail-In rebate $1.00 30-525
head coach. Coach Jim Lewis is the I
assistant coach.A / e1 1 Cost after $*&79 ,54455 Q (SPECIAL'649
cookout is planned at the field M PRICE
after the game. All friends of the s mfr. per twin-pack
team are invited,says Coach Lewis. I

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Bradford-Union Retired Quartet To Perform

Club NewsBoy Teachers Assoc Church News At 1st Meth Church

Holds Meeting Walk-A-Thon Set The "Proclaimers" will be appearing .
Sat. Feb 7 at the First
Bradford-Union Retired Teachers For February 7 United Meth, Church in Starke
Scouts Hold Fund RaiserThe Association met Jan. 15. at Itogcr'v "Spirit Singers" CelebrateFifth beginning at 7:30: p.m. This is a

Bar-B-Que Retaurant in Lake AnniversaryThe A Community Walk-A-Thon is splendid quartet of men from
Butler. Mrs. Ruth Jenkins presidedover scheduled to be held in Starke on allahassee.. They present a variety
the business meeting.The "New Spirit Singers" have Saturday, Feb 7 beginning at 10:00: ol songs from older Gospel songs to
Bradford District of the North Jobe White or Jim Womack. group voted to contribute to planned to celebrate their fifth an- a.m. The walk will be approximatelyfive more contemporary. Mark Milner is

Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of the "Buy-A-Book" project for the niversary with a sing on Saturday miles long and will begin at the a member of this group
America officially.kicked off a fundraising Currently, over 200 scouts com- Santa Fe Community College. !Mrs Feb 7 at 7:30 p.m. The event will New Hope Baptist Church on Lawley
; campaign to last through prise the Bradford County District Blanche Brown was selected by the take place at the River Road Baptist Road. It will end at New Bethel Baptist
March A goal of $4,000 was set and with 16 scouting units consisting of group for consideration in the community Church on Route 2 in Milliard. VI.. Church where a praise service Gospel Sing to be
ulu-aclv $1,600)( has been pledged. If Cub Scouts Boy Scouts, and Explorer service award program.Mrs. The Dixie Land Quartet will also will be held.
Posts.Chairman. Jenkins also called attention to Held Saturday Feb. 7.
you would like to make a contribution be performing. The public is invitedto the
please contact one of these Martin Luther King's birthday.Mrs attend. For further information, Funds raised will go toward The Church of God of Prophecy,
Denmark of retreat site near
a new
committee members Ron says your Mona Canova introduced contact Ann Swanson at 879-2231. completion Sing
: Gospel
Inc. will be hosting a
contributions are greatly Palatka. The site will consist of drug
appreciated guest speaker Bill McGill, Voca-
DenmarkChairman. Eddie W.T. Laney
; Feb 7, at7:30p.m.: Rev
and will be and alcohol rehabilitation centers.
very rewarding lie
tional Counselor in Union County.
his church
Douglas John Miller Dr. R.S. to young boys and girls in the discussed many changes which have Misc. The event will take place, rain or invites the public to join N. Ave
for this event at 2138 Temple
Mullins John Torode Orian Wells, Bradford area. occurred over a period of time in shine. The public invited to join in
in Starke.
school equipment and materials. He Parmenter Completes this worthy cause.
also described his work with han-
dicapped and disadvantaged people, Technican Course

purpose of the sex-equity project Officer 3rd Class,
Am. Legion Auxiliary U.DC. RepresentedAt Navy Petty
and the single parent homemaker Michael W Parmenter,son of Harry ALL ,
Plans Feb.10 InitiationThe District WorkshopThe programs. McGill suggested that W. Parmenter of Raiford, has completed -
retired teachers should volunteer to
American Legion Auxiliary of W.T. Weeks Chapter. U.D.C. the Advanced Electronic
Jonrs-Langtord-Mihite Post 56 held was represented by !Mrs. Franklyn help with various programs. TechnicianCourse. This is a 10-week
their monthly meeting Jan. 13. Wt'isgerberIrs.! Edward Hall and Mrs. Eunice Searing described a course conducted at the Naval SILVER REPLATING
few of her earlier teaching experiences -
Training Center in Great Lakes, II.
Presiding was President Tony Coss.A Mrs Herbert Thomas at the Florida and related several amus-
moment of silence was observed Division District II Workshop hosted

lor the members, Mrs. Carol Ashline by the Gen. Joseph E. Johnston ing Lunch anecdotes.was served following the Davis Arrives for Duty REDUCED 25%

and Wilma Kronenberger.( BudIllIt'r. Chapter in Bunnell on Thursday meeting. Army Pvt. Richard S. Davis, son
Commanderand Jan. 29.
!\ Fourth
of Lynda M Pepe and stepson of *
Mrs. Miller of Ocala werehonored No charge for straightening
Michael A. Pepe of Keystone
Jr. Women's
guests. Woman's Club to Meet
Heights, has arrived for duty with
Plans 25th Annual February 11 the Second Infantry Division, South DURING FEBRUARY ONLY
Several events were scheduled including Korea.
an initiation ceremony for Strawberry PageantJunior indirect-fire infantryman
Davis an -
new members to be held Tuesday, A monthly meeting and .
Women's Club of Starke the Woman's Club of Starke is is a 1986! graduate of A
10 at : pm. ceremonywill
be preceeded by a covered dish has planned a meeting for Mon Feb. scheduled for Wed. Feb. II at 12:00 Keystone Heights High School.

at 6:30: p.m. Guest speaker 9 at 7:30: p.m. at the Club. All new (noon*.
super Miss members will be welcomed at this
Tammy Lynn. Lynn was
Maria Stephenson. International Public Invitedto
the Girl State Rep. at Tallahassee in meeting.The .
Affairs Chairman, has informed us
19B6 Following her the theme for the 251 Ii Annual
program our
Legion and Auxiliary members will Strawberry Queen Pageant will be that a very interesting speaker and

hold a joint meeting. A yard sale is decided. Bring your com- program has been planned. .y

also planned for March 7, by the memorative stamps Serving on the committee with OPENHOUSE ( .I Mi..

Auxiliary at the Legion Hall. Maria are: Lucile Green, Cecelia = '.!
1'e'ed IIt'alilt Insnrtinrr? Teruillegar. Edith Hernandez. 'I\ Y
Call: Merrill 11. William9645391 -. Aurelia Byrd LilliP Bridges and -

School 1- Gere Johns. Sunday, Feb. 8 BEFORE ; AFTER

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Pleasant Valley Care Center

) 905 West Madison Street
Slarke 964.4546 look like NEW! .

9-Feb. 13 Now openone of the area's finest
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Bradford Elem.& Middle School
DENMARKINSURANCE elderly. A caring 24 hour staff that
Munriiiv Beef and gravy buttered rice candied
sweet potatoes turnip greens chocolate pudding understands the care and needs of For instance
cornbread milk. r each resident. Th's 'S an excellent'Dnle I, to Idketclbanlagc" Sill"
TurKdu: Hamburger on bun cabbage slaw buttered Planned activities offeredgood ol tribe low low paces to nave your worn A"ICI. Beg Price'
corn fruit lello, milkMmlniMlav .
well balanced nourishing food. silverware" anunuosaria" 'family, !iiooms>
.: Chill saltine' cracker garden Teapot (11895 SB921
,*, cinnamon roll' milk Services provided at Pleasant replatert/ like new These pieces' arc now Creamer 62 95 47.21
Thursday.: Salisbury steak:mashed potatoes *
Valley are help in bathing dressing
valuable and rndko
more ever wonrjer'ul Candlestick
beans chocolate cake hot rolls
gravy green
milk. 964-7071 feeding and medication. Spendingtime gilts> All work HEAVILY! SILVER (per in ) 695 5.21
K rldav !Managtr's Choice Day. with each resident and assistingthem
PLATED by Our sk Ht'rt s vors'" "'11" inn Sugar Bowl 6895 51.71
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MitmUt' Beef-vegetable soup cheese toast (;//Jrtlli"f.! Our 'lilt tlry physicians. laundry cleaning rooms
crackers .peaches, butterscotch squares mIlk. and baths is a daily service we provide l
Tuesday: Salisbury steak nee& gravy green for each of our residents. ( Full 25 Year Warranty on all silver replating. 1
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Friday: Manager's Choice Day Homeowners'I. Please feel free at your convenience '
Life on my piece we nlveiplite,Includes soldering broken handle, legs,knobs, tic
AlaCarteMundav. Mobile Homes to stop by and visit their staff. (Only inceptions lor lurnuhmg new pint ind unusually difficult/ repairs)
Corndogs pizza, hamburgers, trench You are welcome anytime.
fries. milkshakes.Tuesday. Plans for the future include landscaping -
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Cheeseburgers, pizza french fries the front yard and continuingto I I
milkshakes, orange' juice,corndogsUrdnrxlny. repairs alregular
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Diggs Edge BHS 65-64 by Baker The NEW Bradford Hospital

Opens Monday
Tornado cagers won two of three
games this week, beating Baker
High 65-64 on an exciting finish and
handily doing in Middleburg 46-37 February 9
before dropping a 55-51 decision to
highly rated Easlside here Tuesday
night, Feb. 3.
The two back.to-back wins and
hanging tough with Eastside has Patients seeking Emergency Room Treatment,

Coach Jay Godwin thinking the BHS j' X-rays, physical therapy and in-patient care may
five TI
can with
play most in
the district, even top-seeded Ocala i now receive these services in the most modern,

Forest.The Tornadoes are having to I r comfortable and best equipped facility in the area.
learn how to keep from losing at the '
end of the
game. But Coach Godwin
is says the team is playing much bet
ter and tougher now. '

Upcoming... : 54 Brand New Beds
BUS hosts Interlachen tomorrow .r. ,
night(Friday Feb.6).The JV game
is at 6:15 p.m., the varsity plays at 8 rr,
p.m. Large Rooms

Saturday night Feb. 7, BHS 6r
travels to Ocala
Next Tuesday Feb. 10, BHS hosts M 6 Doctors on StaffUse
Ocala Forest. The JV plays at 6 s '
p.m., the varsity at 7:30: p.m. z :
In addition, the BIIS five goes to
Lake Weir Feb. II, hosts ClewistonFeb.
Y Colley Road EntranceCall
13, goes to Middleburg Feb. 17. y '
and ends the season Feb. 20 home
against Clay High.

Eastside 55 BUS 51 -. : 1'M 964-6000 for information

BUS hung but '
tough missed ,
crucial free throws in the end and : :
went down 55-51 to highly rated j'0. :; .
Contil "///! for I/if llrntlforil (;ofnmfrnityO
Gainesville Eastside in the Tornado
The BITS five hung close and finally -
tied the game at 36 at the end of
the third Eye on ootorce T.xxlxn.i
period. BHS was down 10-9
after the first period but led early in BUS forward Malachi Jenkins Cno.ln and an Jenkins cored the final basket with eight seconds !)
the second quarter 12-11. ES was up unidentified BUS player guard the inside against to go in the game for a BUS win. .i
24-20 at the half. penetration from Baker County opponents.

Eastside went ahead about half v.
way the fourth period and BHS ..
fought back to tie the score, but the Bradford fans were on their feet BUS Middleburg 37 BHS led all the way in the low TYATIAMT
missed free throws cost them the the final five minutes, yelling their The Bradford High five led all the scoring game. Ixtl o.
win. "We could have had it," said team en.BHS .
Coach Godwin. way in beating 4-10 Middleburg High l..disd t 17 II 12. .* .
was 21-14 after the first
46-37 in the Tornado last Thurs- MlddNtwr. .
Center Pat Diggs led BHS with 18 period. Baker won the second period day.Jan. 29.Bradford gym ....,.... ((4.). Dlagl .4/1-13,4 J.nklni 10 t 3-2/4 Ir..37 I, R.
points. Malachi Jenkins scored 17 23-17. but Bradford still led 38-37 at balanced Brown..-..Bly' .3.311-',lorry 1-0/1-2.Chandler' M
points. But the BHS guards were the half. Using its full court press. got a scoring 'I-I/H Norman 1-1/4... Tol l": .,.11119.... .
attack led center Pat with .
Diggs Mlddl' ,
urg ((17)) Jacklon 1-2/2 Whoo'or'
below their ususal
produc- Baker won the third period 24-13 by .
12 points.Guard Eugene Blye scored: 0/2-3. body 7/7.17, Hudn.ll// I 0 3. JuMino,
tion. BHS shot 45 percent, 14 of 31. forcing Tornado turnovers and led 9 points, forward Malachi Jenkins 2..-.. Harroll 10/1-4.. Modling 1.77arar _-col.l.ev.xoeu -_=== _
from the field.It 61-51. Then began the 14-3 fourth and Ron Brown 8 each. 1-2/1-4. Tollll' ISIO)7.
was nip and tuck most of the se- period barrage.
cond half.
II U II 14 -M
"The intensity was there" said /.r. un: U s-w
Coach Godwin, but BHS just did not .3r.d/.d_1M- II-1/1-3 J MM /*!.. ."'e...l I It-all It timuranrv?
hr*.II tlr.4r iK BOTTT t-4-3.HmmtmXC34.
hit when it should have. .. .....
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..nld, (MH Hoptifll {- /.... Ctol t-3/l-M, win I7-.,.21.T4OM 74d/fM. 964-5391
William '-'1.Woulard.-..Biblnnn'-11.", .
Oarrlion' t-4/3-3.Tofall:34711M.ridtorrf .
( !) l Brmm J144.Jenkins .
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0.7/7.7.Totals: 33. /*-...
Feb. 7 7:30
BUS 65 Baker &4 p.m. .

Malachi Jenkins rebounded a
missed free throw and put the winn- 24-
ing basket up with :08 left on the THEPROCLAIMERS
clock as Bradford High edged 65-64 >
by 12-6 Baker High in the Tornado
2 Door & 4 Doorin
gym last Fritlay night,Jan. 30. -
Baker inbounded the basketballand
got Daniel Barnum, who scoreda stock
game high 27 points for the
Wildcats, downcourt for a last shotin
front of the basket as the final A Gospel Quartet
buzzer went off. But Tornado center

Pat Diggs got a hand on the basket- from Tallahassee>< >
ball and the shot missed by a good

bit.Jenkins got a good bounce when 1 presenting>
the missed free throw rebounded off

the rim of the basket and over the a Variety< of Songs
head of the Baker player next to the
basket. Sandwiched between two
Baker players Jenkins went up and Old >und i> New
took the rebound over the head of the
inside Baker defender and made a at
difficult shot in putting the basket-

ball back up. First United Methodist
The Bradford five blew a 10 point
advantage under pressure of
Baker's 2-2-1 zone full court press. Church Sanctuary
Bradford committed at least 17 turnovers

turnovers and for Baker 16 points.converted eight (Corner of Walnut & Jeff>oii Iur"r( 1 1l

Baker went into a stall offense

with the 10 point margin with 5:51: remaining ............. bt <.i "",, O.Ir1-fir. t.undBaby t ( / ( t t
in the fourth period.Refus-
ing to come out and play the quick
Baker five man-to-man, Bradford
went into a zone trap and outscored 1
Baker 14-3 in the final quarter.
Diggs and Jenkins scored 12 of the ShoeBRONZING 1
14 fourth quarter points by gettingthe / 1 1 1 / 1// e
basketball inside. Twice Diggs
went high to put back up to make SALE!
good missed snots.
Eugene Harold Chandler
Rodney Mosey, John Berry, and
Rob Norman rotated at the guard
positions. In the fourth period BHS ti
trapped Baker players and took the E ,
basketball away several times for DURING
crucial baskets. '' FEBRUARY 1 1 / ,
4-10 Bradford avenged two earlier ONLY
losses to Baker. Bradford lost to
Baker over there and lost again to -,,, Style SI Unmounted t I 1
the Wildcats in overtime in the Shoe Bright Bronn
Christmas tournament. you-' NOW $-
Diggs led BHS with 25 points. 12 ONir lui.cnReg. .
rebounds, and five blocked shots.
Jenkins scored 16 points and had 11 h,;
rebounds. Scoring six points each %,... :
and giving Bradford a rounded at- : T,
Now a me fame
tack were Blye Chandler, and
to save on broiuxg
Charles Russell.FLA.TWIM.
baby's precious shoes.With
Bronco II's
every adorable scuff and crease Rangers -

preserved add metal .
THEATRE they make pncetess gilts tor your

Starke 964-5451 family to crtensh through the years. t
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I 'L_.Tuesday...Showings.... ,I w..fj';r;;- Y_-_ Sly|M..45 fell rum)Fnm Son) : tijiiii.: : $8695

Starts Friday, Feb. 6 NOW $21-71 NOWS44.21siMta Bntfic Bronn _88 ,
....ill ft ... Keq. sss so $49 .
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FEBRUARY 28 .... ,..
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473-3673.206 W. Madison Starke
21 Hgts ,
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Page! HA TELEGRAPH February S. 1987


Legal Notice:

JERRY H. S ZENAIDA NOTICE YATES has made i Tornadoes Overcome Eastside Live OakBradford

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF application to the Bradford County Zoning ,

FLORIDA EIGHTH Board for reclassification of the property ,

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND described below from RSF to RSF- High girl baskeballerswon Tuesday night Feb. 3, in BHS put the pressure on the Live Mosley had 19 points and 10 rebounds

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA MH: two of three games this week for Gainesville. Oak five and forced a turnover off of ,

CASE NO. 86-3M-CA 4.9 Acres Parcel 05819-01020 in S.c- an 11-8 season record and with only Beverly Mosley was game high which Tornado Felicia Davis scoredto rodlordl 13 13 IS II. 13

tlon 24, Township 8 South Range 22 two regular season games left. with 26 points. She also had 8 re cut the BHS deficit to five. The IL.Ort' 13. 13 13 11"0
T.J. MANN and NELL MANN East located 10 miles South of Starke off BHSl beat Live Oak 52-50 in a cliff bounds and 4 assists. Felicia Davis BHS defense forced another LO turnover Sodlod. (S3))- Money' 0 1/4 If, Spell 5./1-7.

hit wlfo Plaintiffs S.E. 43rd St. (Speedville Rd.), to put property hanger Monday night and lost 41.40 scored 14 points and 10 rebounds.Ann Tornado Janet Kennedy wasfouled 11-10/14-n Dull I .5K.nntdy 2,5/'-'. Totals

vt LARRY ELARD STOKES. In a residential classification that to GHS at the buzzer last Wednes Starling added 4 points and 8 re- and sunk two free throws to llv. O.k (sole). Fowler 4.'I/I.t, Spancor 204,
allows mobile homes or conventional H.nk.rso.2.t., Allan 3/4-17, Wails 3/7-11..
Defendant. day.Over bounds. Kendra Butler did a super cut the LO lead to three.
houses on one half acre. the last eight games BUS is job on defense and had 12 rebounds. Angel Spell stole the ball from LO Totals 2..0.GUS .

NOTICE OF SALE This a public change hearing In classification to be held Is on subjectto Tuesday 62. And the Tornado girls scored BHS was tired and slow getting passed inside to Beverly Mosley andMosley 41 BUS 40

February 24, 1987 at 7.00: p.m., In their 1,000th point of the season started said Coach Slater. BHS was fouled on a layup attempt The final buzzer sounded as a last
BHS has scored
Notice I. hereby glv.n that pursuantto the Council Room of the Starke City Hall Tuesday night. 1,020 tried two zones before going finallyto and made one, free throw second desperation shot by GHS was
Final Judgement of Foreclosure on Thompson Street In Starke, Florida. points to date. Senior forward a 1-1-3 to prevent Eastside throw cutting the LO lead to two with about on its way to the basket and beat

entered herein I will cell the property At this time all persons Interested shall Beverly Mosley could conceivably ing the basketball into the free throw two minutes to go. BHS 41-40 last Wednesday, Jan. 28.
break the record of
situated In Bradford County Florida be heard for or against the proposal as season scoring line.BHS BHS forced another LO turnover. The Bradford five kept it close the

described In the attached Schedule of specified in the Zoning Code of Bradford 446 points needs held 78 by Hope to break Jackson.the beat Eastside 14 points 46-32, Spell brought the ball downcourt entire game in Gainesville. BHS was

Property at public sale, to the highest County. Mosley points in the BHS gym. made a pass which went through the up 8-4 after the first period and 15-13
and best bidder for cash at the front entrance Darrell O'Neal Dlr record. She would average 26 points StaMorf 13 0 10 II. 44 hands of the intended receiver but at the half. GHS edged BHS 14-12 in

of the Bradford County Courthouse Bradford County Zoning in the two final regular season game lolUld 10 4 4 a* Beverly Mosley picked up the loose the third period and tied the game at
In Stork., Bradford County 251tchgIN plus at least one tournament game. S.adt., (oWl) Moilay' '1tIt Stirling a 04, basketball and scored with 1:50
: left 27. GHS won the final period 13-12
Davit Tot ll It t 44.IMtUm on
The the bestthey've 0.2.14
Florida at 11:00 the 4th day of girls are playing
: a m. on the
better than at ((3S). storman 11II Johnson >0 ', tieing game 50-50. the last second shot by Cynthia
March 1987.WITNESS THE CIRCUIT COURTOF played even Morganflald 2 0.., Johnson 104, Walker ,..0.2.To'1t Live Oak stalled holding the Hunt.
hand and official seal of this time last Coach John
year says
my .
basketball until seconds re-
eight led
Beverly Mosley BHS with 14
told Court this 2nd day of February JUDICIAL Slater. "We're on a roll right now
mained the clock then called
1987. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA and we're going to roll)) right into the 52 Live Oak 50 on points and 9 rebounds. Felicia Davis
GILBERT S. BROWN CASE NO. 86-306 tournament" Slater said he's told time out BHS was sitting back in its had 9 points and 16 rebounds. Ann

Clerk of Court the girls. Angel) Spell passed in to Felicia 2-3 zone. Starling added 7 points and 8 re

By: B.ulah M. Moody FEDERAL LAND BANK OF Davis who sunk a last-second short Live Oak was slow coming back bounds.

Deputy Clerk COLUMBIA Plaintiffs Upcoming... turnaround jumper to lift BHS 52-50 out and had to go all the way across BHS was one point up with 10

SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY BHS travels over Live Oak in a road game last the court. The official started the seconds left in the game. GHS
vsWILLIAM tonight (Thursday, count as soon as the LO player got to the basketball
Lot 9 brought
Description: O. DODD and Friday night, Jan. 30. downcourt
Feb. 5) to Clay High for 5:30: .m.
A parcel of land situated In Northwest ELLOUISE T. DODD and BHS set school p The buzzer sounded as Davis' shot him. Time ran out and LO had committed and passed to Cynthia Hunt at the
On. Quarter of Section 16 Town.hlp 7 7pm. games. a a turnover at a critical time. free base
his wife: and RALSTON record in dropped through the net, said Coach throw line. Hunt turned
South Rang. 20 East Bradford County PURINA COMPANY. Defendants scoring the first against Clay High Slater. Coach Slater said he figured Live around threw the ball at the basket,

Florida; said parcel being more particularly winning; game. The game went back and forth, Oak would think BHS would go to and it went in, said Coach Slater.

described as follows: NOTICE OF SALE Next Thursday Feb. 12, BIIS ends BHS trailing by a point or two mostof Beverly Mosley to score. So, Coach BHS got ahead, spread out got

Commence at a concrete monument at the regular season at Santa Fe High. the way. Finally, Live Oak figuredout Slater told BHS to run its regular offense fouled, and missed three free throws
the Northeast corner of said NW1/4 and Notice is hereby given that pursuantto which would have the
BHS beat Santa Fe here by 14 points. the BUS man-to-man defense won game
run S. 89 deg. 20 min 57 sec W, alongthe Final Judgement of Foreclosure The District Tournament is Feb. and burned the Tornadoes down low Guard Angel Spell passed in to points out Coach Slater.
North line of said Section 16 a entered herein I will sell the property Felicia who went for the
19-21 at Gainesville High. says Coach Slater. BHS then switched Davis up Oalnnvllla 4 14 14.41
distance of 95.00 feet; thence run S 00 situated In Bradford
County Florida short turnaround which
back to defense. Seven jumper won liodlotd 0 7 13 11..0
deg 09 mln 11 sec W, 605.24 feet to the described In the attached Schedule of a the game. O.ln.'vllla((41)). Hunt ,.0.'0.MOrris 1.14,Matthawt -
llne of 60 foot easement for sale points ahead, the home town 204, Booth Kaln
center- a Property at public to the highestand BUS 44 Eastside 28 5-1-11 102. Totalul
Utilities and General rood purpo.; best bidder for cash at the front entrance l 41.Srodlord.
thence run S 89 deg SO mln 49 sec W, of the Bradford County Courthouse The BHS girls started slow but in Bulldogs went into a spread offensebut Felicia Davis led BEES with 19 ((410)) Motley' 7.0/3.14, Spell 3.0-4,

along said centerline, 320.20 feet to the In Starke, Bradford County the second half put Eastside 44-28 still were trying to score. points and 11 rebounds. Beverly Davit 204 S'V5"Totaltl Starling IS 4/9 S./H."40. Butler 102, Kennedy

Point of Beginning, thence continue S 89 Florida at 11.00: a.m., on the 4th day of
deg 50 mln 49 sec W 27.81 feet; thencerun March 1987.WITNESS .

N 23 deg 12 mln 04 sec W, along said my hand and official seal of

centerline 18.62 feet; thence run S 66 said Court this 2nd day of February I BHS Boy's JV Wins Two of Three GamesThe I
deg 47 mln 56 sec W. 438.60 feet to the 1987.

centerline of BRAGGS BRANCH; thencerun GILBERT S. BROWN

along the centerline of said Branch Clerk of Court BHS junior varsity boys are 20-8 after the first period and Middleburg won the overtime 7-5 GHS's Devon Johnson was game
with the following courses and By.: Beulah M. Moody free
2-3 over the past two week and havea the bombardment for and the game 57-55. high with 23 points. Jeremy Brown
distances S 18 25 min 50 E, 26.69 Clerk
: deg sec Deputy
quarters and was 13 of 17 from the scored 14 points.
5-9 season record to date. on u 10 is 5 I. isMIMMMJfB
feet; S 01 deg 42 mln 24 sec W 45.05 feetto SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY
free throw line. 10 14 14 12 7. 17 Roy Jackson led BHS with 19
The Tornado five lost 56-41 to
the centerline of a creek; thence run Parcel I: That portion of the Et of NE Baby
mitonl Lano Jackson
Sodlord 10 II 20 '0. 71 (11)0) t-1/0-14 JoHud points Truin Blye added 12 and
along said creek with the following 1/4 of Section 9, Township 6 South Eastside here Tuesday night Feb. 3. ..k.. s u it II. II son I..-., Cartar 41/410, Blyo ll/t-ll. Totals. Jevane Ross 11.
course and distances: N 87 deg 22 min 32 Range 21 East lying South of a graded In the past two weeks BHS had ...dla,(71)) Brown I.0-1, Francis ./.-., Lane iiivmss.MMdtobwt.
sec E, 59.28 feet; N 52 deg 28 mln 30 secE road containing 38 acres, more or less, beaten Baker 71-56 lost a close one 4011. Ron 14/4-13, Carter 'SlII-S., Blyo S7)). Col. I.0-1, Kaplor (-/"/ BUS 50 Lake Weir 32
35.47 feet: N 36 deg 06 mln 05 sec E. Bradford County Florida. to 57-55 to Middleburg. went down H/l-7. Total It.'V17Lowl. -". L..... I-I-I. parker t-4-11, Johnson 4-l-IJ, Cour- The JV five had no trouble in taking -
.. C. son 1.0.3 Jonniton 1.02. Totals 2..t'17.
5'0. Roils 1-0-4 Mallory .
11.40 feetS 68 deg 08 mln 56 sec E, Parcel II: That portion of the EV4 of NE 58-51 to GHS and beat Lake Weir 1.0/1-4< .(IUF Aw.ry51.) Road 4.1/4.IS, Ellis host Lake Weir High 50-32( last
11.40 feet; S 74 deg 31 min 09 sec: E, 1/4 of Section 9, lying North of a graded 50-32. 1/4-17, Marks 0-1/11, Rnodan 0.I/I"I. Totals GUS 58 BUS 51 Wednesday night Jan. 22.

36.36 feet; S 69 23 mln 22 sec E, 48.60 rood In Township 6 South Range 21 14../11..*. The BHS JV five hung tough but a Jevane Ross led BHS with 14

feet; N 59 deg 03 min 46 see E. 58.28 East Bradford County Florida. Eastside 56 BIIS 41 Middleburg 57 BUS 55 slow start cost them in a 58-51 loss to Marvin Lake added 12 and
feet: S 75 deg 00 mln 11 sec E, 51.42 feet; Also: N'/. of NW 1/4 and NW 1/4 of SE scored and Gainesville High in the BHS points
Truin Blye 17 points gym Truin Blyne 8.
101.86 feet 1/4 of NW 1/4 Section 10 The JV five was edged 57.55 in
S 78 deg 44 mln 00 sec E. : Township 6 Saturday night Jan. 24.
Pedro Carter 11 as BHS lost 56-41 to BHS was'up 14-10 after the first
thence leave said creek and run Nil South Range 21 East Bradford County overtime by Middleburg High in the
deg 33 min 56 sec E, 231.56 feet to the Florida. Eastside Tuesday night Feb. 3. BHS gym last Thursday night Jan. GHS won the first period 15-4 period 20-17 at the half won the
Point of Beginning. Containing In all approximately 132 leinla' 10 14 I* II. Sradbrd 29. leaving the Baby Tornadoes to play third quarter 16-7 and the four 148.

easement for Utilities acres. 10 12 20. .41SnliU catch up. BHS won the second period rldford 14 4 .14 14 10.L.k.W.I .
Reserving on 10, I ,
(MOeBoie) a-4/4 Duncan -0/2 3 .
and General road purposes across o Less and except: all existing roads Chitman 0-0/1-12, Jones 3-2/2, McKnlght 3.0-4, It was nip and tuck the entire 18-10 and was down by just three lr Francis 0-1/11 10 Lano 7 7 S-l/1-11 I 32s.edf.d ,
strip of land lying adjacent to the above and right of way. Said lands containing WIIII.m..t.2.Clark. 1-3/3,McKinney 1-0/2'2. game. BUS up up 14-10 after the first points, 22-25, at the half. But GHS Jackson 1-0/1-1, Rots 70/114, Sits 40/11.
and 30 feet 170 less located Jon.2 0-4 Totals 24 /'. It tied 24-24 at the half. .
described center-line being acres more or are In ... period. was won period three 17.10 to widen the Totals 114/14'
la.fard Lane 22/34, Hudson -/ ,
width. Bradford County Florida. Carter .4-1/4-11((41)- aly.21'. Totals t/la-41.. BHS won the third period 18-14 and lead to 4232. BHS outscored GHS L.k.w.lr((321-) tamuol 1 0-4, Mann a.-.,Oarlott/

Together with a 60 foot easement for 2/05 2tchg 2/12 I Middleburg the fourth 12-8 for a 50-50 19-16 in the fourth period and cut the 1-1/1-7 Vandamortal Colov 104 10/14, Clifford, Hardyman 1.3/33. Totals 104' ,

Utilities and General road purpose ---------- .-- BIIS 71 Baker 56 tie at the end of regulation play. lead to seven. ..../....
across a strip of land lying 30 feet left of -

and 30 feet right of the following UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT A 25 point performance by Pedro
described center-line: Carter, playing In only his second w
Commence at the Northwest corner of JACKSONVILLE DIVISION game led the Bradford JV five 71-56 'u .14c. \\ ".,'11

the Northeast One Quarter of Section Court No. 86-300-Clv.J-16 By Baker High in the local gym Fri-

16, Township 7 South Rang. 20 East UNITED STATES OF AMERICA day night, Jan. 30. Valentines Day Valentines Day
Bradford County Florida and run S 89 Plaintiff The Tornadoes got a balanced

deg 20 min 57 sec W, along the North VS. scoring attack. Wendull Hudson add-

line of said Section 16 a distance of ARCHIBALD H. WILLIAMS and ed 13, Jevane Ross 10, Marvin Lane SHOPNOW

198.23 feet; thence run S 88 deg 32 mln TRACEY S. WILLIAMS his wife; 8, Truin Blyne 7, and Donnie Francis YOUR CHOICE
55 sec W, 479.55 feet to the Point of
.,. al., 6. 129
Beginning, thence run S 01 deg 27 mln 05 pVR
Defendants Carter has been practicing with pa
feet thence S 23 deg 12
E, 44.24 run
sec ;
NOTICE OF SALE the JV five and just became DIAMOND
mln 04 sec E, 596.90 feet, thence run N AND Y
Notice Is hereby that to
given pursuantto academically eligible play.
89 deg 50 min 49 sec E, 327.81 feet to the
end of said easement a Final Judgment entered on Never behind, Bradford was up SAVE
December 22 1986 by the above entitled
2/05 2tchg 2/12
Court iti the above styled cause, the
AWi7 Health /51Xuru see/ 'DLWOND
undersigned United States Martha) or ,
of ins duly authorised deputies will INTEREST FREE .,
any Call Merritt WUIuims
sell the property situate in Bradford .
County Florida, described all '"' (

CLUB ESTATES, Unit 1. according to plat "' : PENDANT AND RING .....
CASE NO.t 17-1-CP thereof ferorded In plat book 3 page 9 ol '19 .
i/ u. '
FILE NO.: 1-3790 the public records of Bradford County crtw 99. ..crtw.595.. 7 DIAMOND
M /is w

IRVING M. THOMAS. at public outcry to the highest and best t > .
Deceased. bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 FICTITIOUS NAME CULTURED l4/ 16" 1W I.,,2- IN HEART SHAPED

o'clock' Noon on February 18, 1987 at the Pursuant to Sec'lon 865.09, Florida w PEARLS ""TTW_ r G uwwxroa4Um.lArnum 319900 '..249'. RHODOLITE GARNET J "PIK.EUK

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION froijt door entrance of the Bradford S'o'u'os, notice is hereby given hat 'h. 4 5449 I '199 ...w...:::: \ S 5"
County Courthouse at Starke, Florida. undersigned Oom'hy Jones, 118 I t N. an. ( w' M w _a::"" '395
Walnu' $'.. S'aikala... solo) owner doing wawa4K
Doted: December 3'. 1986. }
Tin .dmlrri tratlon of the Estate of IR
Richard L. Cox Jr. business under 'he linn name of( 1AR51NGS 4/K YOUR CHOICEr
WINO M. THOMAS Deceased FHo No. r nc2-tea
United States Marshal Snap Shop H.iur Pli.iM. I 18 N. Walnut BAND I. 4:1tlK :
17-1-CP Is pending hi the Circuit Court Middle District of Florida St., Sarke, Fla., In'ends ,.gl.'.' said Y $ n 79-
qr'"KS """cD'w .
for Bradford County Florida. Probate 199
Dorothea Beane lic'l'lnus name under 'h. al.iiesaid
which .Is Bradford w w :a YOUAjX
Division the address of United States s'oiute. 0
Assistant Attorney
(I 1
County Courthouse Starke, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff, Da'.d .this 19th day of January A.D.. OPOcOsM DIAMOND '4900" 4
32011. 1 'IS 4tchg 2'5 1987 In Bradford Ciuny.\ d NQ7W UK

The names and addresses of the Personal -- 224'pd2/12 .1x7 DIAMOND *299 GENUINE ANDINAMONn RUBY w he 299 nnrox.o.ne-
Representative and the Personal _._ IM *IM
-- --- --- --
Representative's attorney ere set forth NOTICE YOUR CH'61

below. Suwannee River Economic Council NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

All Interested persons are required to Inc., hereby announces Notice of Intentto REGISTER ... 4 FKONG DIAMOND 2-A 2 '
file with this Court. WITHIN THREE MON- administer the HRS Low-Income FICTITIOUS NAME PENDANTS a EARRINGSMM
......... r .
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Families Weatherlxatlon Program In the Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida I" W MM 1PTTW *!. IUIVMH.CT IM

NOTICE: ((1)) all claims ..alnsllhe estate I county SREC Service Area from the Statutes, notice is hereby given that the **X7... IM M .MM e M.CTTW ttlTTW 37S W IM MHCT .ttMHCT ... IZUIAMONII
and Interested present time to end of existing contract.It undersigned Tex & Nancy Patrick Rt. 1. SW ..crtw'199 '199
((2)) any objection by an MIIOT W.'c:;'; "N" Yw ,
person to whom notice was mailed that Is anticipated that approximately Box 435 lawtey FL 32058. |olnt owners, '"
$44.000 will be spent on Weatherlxatlon business under the firm name of
challenges the validity of the will thequsllficattons doing LADIES r lacFAS1UON
material before 6/30/87. All materials
of Sunshine Gardens Rt. 1. Box 435. ".n NR.w
the Personal Representative
purchased must meet minimum standards intends DIAMOND
Lawtey FL 32058. to register 24905
venue or jurisdiction of the
as published In the Federal said fictitious name under the aforesaid J DIAMOND HEARTS
Court. NRIw
Register. Materials are secured by statute.
Suwannee River Economic Council Inc..
Dated this 28 day of January AD. VtaCT HCT "
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 'Issuing a purchase order to participating 1987 Bradford '129 DIMIONO'149 w
In County. 149 Hear'
Publication of this Notice has begun Vendor based on prices quoted. All local 2/5 4tpd 2/26 .DIAMIJNO w ..n ... .... Diamond sow w 299 en

on January 2'. 117. building materials suppliers who desireto O1 "'
do business with Suwannee River SWIOM! a IJIANIx
Personal RepresentativeBY Economic Council Inc.. should submit a NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Llidah now AU
: Annie Louise Browning letter to the Execution Director P.O. REGISTER

Route. Florida 4. Box 32091 493Starke. Box stating.70, live Oak Florida 32060 so FICTITIOUS NAME 8W11J01NGIANQI 1. 995 20% NCYDIAMOND STAR YOUR QIOKZ

Attorney for Personal 1/29 2tchl 2/0S Pursuant to Section 161.09. Florida 49 '199 off '249 $449 son =-:..-

Representative. : Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the sow sown wnn

BY: Dada J. ChristopherP.O. CHARLES SHARON FISHER has made 1234, STARKE Fl sole owner doing ,AS.ar4. DIAMOND eixJrAae

Drawer 40 for SPECIAL EXCEPTION In business under the firm name of BAILEY & '129 '49 fJ, J e., I
Starke. Florida 32091 application RSF-1 for no more than two horses on ADVERTISING Intends to register said .crtw' ... .... ...- .. I

904. / .... .272 Ztchfl t/29-2/5 one acre In residential to the Bradford fictitious name under the aforesaid .599.._ CINUINt 45791551

Board of Adjustments on statute. 1 Isar 4.YIIlAklOND
County property w ONYX ONYX ft DIAMOND
Classified RSF-1 and described this 26 day of January. A.O. MAMIUa1
NoriciSuwennee that Is Dated /. 99 "OJ!" 6 149 MENS 199
River Economic Council belowi 19S7 In Bradford County. w w FASHION M
Inc., hereby Announce Notice of Intent to 1.4 acres, Parcel 05665-A-00600 and 1/29 41 2/11 pd fjyj 690-

administer' the HRS low-Income Families parcels 21 S 22. In Section I'. Township ::1i. Wirer 0
Weetherliatlon' Program In the I county I South. Range. 22 East located In Silver

SPEC Service Area, from the present Ridge area ten miles South ef Starke off .NOTICE OF INTENTION 'a

time to end of enisling, contract H Is anticIpated Ct. Rd. 211 and onto S.E. 63rd St., second TO REGISTER i i2snma ,.

that approximately SSI.000 will house an right. FICTITIOUS NAME eo ..cr wI GA4Nrr, YOU *1QCHOKX caY CA11IIY
be spent an weatherliatlon carpentry- The Bradford County Zoning A Plann '599 ,s.un '149 j99QaM
repair labor before 4/M/S7, In the I ing Board will conduct public hearing 'Pursuant to Section "'.01. Florida ...- =:== ... ... ... -
county SPEC Service' Area. Minimum requirements at their regular meeting held at 7)30 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the -
o ere a letter of reference p.m.,In the County Commission meeting
tl from a local business person or minister, room of the Bradford County Courthouse undersigned. ELLEN L. BAILEY P.O. BOX I '

proof of e required local licensee, will be Starke, Florida on Tuesday, 1294, STARKE FL solo owner doing rr 3 WAYS TO BUY
accepted by Suwannee River Economic February 34. 1917, and make a recommendation business undor the firm name BAILEY BUY NOW FOR -.

Council 'Inc., certificate of Insurance to the Bradford County Board ADVERTISING Intends to register sjld ALL FUTURE c .. CASH. BANK CARDS

showing comprehensive Mobility Insurance of Adjustments concerning this SPECIAL fictitious name undor tile aforesaid GIFT pCCAS"NS LAYAWAY

that Include premiseS' end completed EXCEPTION application.At statute 984-7271 c.JewP'ry"' Gift"e .'--
operation. Workmen's Compensation this time, all person will be heard Dated Into 21 day of January A.D.
,Is deducted from the labor checkIf concerning this application as specified 1917 In Bradford County. 104 W. Cl SL Stnfct GaUerj htC .

not carried by the Contractor. In the Zoning Codes of Bradford County. 121t 2/11 pd -
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The Lake Region Monitor The Union County Times

Thursday,February 5, 19H7
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I "Old MacDonald" would be proud of the kids at this FarmBy

Linda W. Wharton learning about the importance of with discipline problems, she said,
The Children's Farm, good nutrition." and which Mrs. Combass attributes f
an area daycare -
center, is indeed a unique learning Mrs. Combass, well known in the partly to the large amount of space L: :
her work with
experience for pre-schoolers.In community for and freedom available to the r
fact, its setting is so novel and children, began this profession children during play time; to the __
original it would entice many years ago in Sunday School varied activities provided; and by
youngster familiar with "Old Mac-any and church.Since then she has taken limiting the number of children attending 1 j ,y { Ai_
Donald's Farm" to hitch up his numerous courses in child develop- therefore keeping the ,_
dungarees, grab a hoe and come ment and care which has qualifiedher children in small groups.
for this important job of child Mrs. Combass and her two i
along for a day down on the farm.
This unique day-care center care so necessary in this society of dedicated assistants, Joyce Mikell J IIr
located several miles west of working mothers."I and Sharon Wartanby, also trainedin
Keystone Heights and eight miles love children. I just don't doubt child care and development, L
east of Starke off SR-loo, Is owned that this is what God has for my strive to provide a Christian environ- li4 : ; a I
and operated by Irene Ccmbass.The life. Mrs. Combass said. "I feelwith ment in which the children they care
school] opened its doors for businesson the proper love and care, a for can develop physically, mental-
Sept. 8 after much remodeling child will respond. .. 1 AI
We have little trouble here 5! Puo 2ATurkey :
painting and generalchildproofing" \) very .I
of a little farm
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house located on 10 acres of land. .0' ,
Word traveled swiftly about the new y'.' t .
day-care center and it was soon fill- I
ed to capacity.In .
addition to the usual pre-school)
training expected at any good day- -
care center, children attending The ,.
Children's Farm get a bonus of prac- f
tical knowledge when they are exposed if
to a variety of farm animals i I

and them given grow the to maturity.opportunity to watch i, ii( t J ,i

Right now the most popular activity -
at the farm is bottle feeding the t' '
two calves,Peanutbutter and Sugar. ::_ ._,
Another is being elected to pick up -
fresh eggs."Nanny". !
the goat is known as the _
farm show-off and she enjoys her _
part of entertaining the children 'i -+' T .
with her antics. Besides chickens
that were raised from small biddiesto
egg producing age, there is a
goose, several ducks and a very VJ
-tame turkey that thrives on bread .-.WirjP2A-
crumbs fence.fed by tiny hands throughthe _

Pecan, plum, blueberry, fig and _
fruit trees located on the premises
not only provide seasonal fruits for
the children to enjoy,but is in itself a V Y New Learning Experience...
good lesson in nature. : Irene Combass,In background,passes out crumbs to The Children's Farm Is a unique setting for pre-
Mrs. Combass pointed out a patchof H the children while the school's resident turkey and goat schoolers
ground just outside the fenced-in await their
playground where she and the Time...
children plan to start a garden in the morsels.'I
spring."Along. Tara Fowler, a student at The Children's Farm, lakes her turn
with the garden we'll be feeding 01 Tom Turkey. '
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the Contract Broiler Growers of the Northeast \

Florida Broiler Association grow for Cargill- For That Someone '. ,

Paramount Poultry.
Special. .

Multi Sculptured

Cargill, Inc., Paramount Poultry has recently made some

drastic changes in the contract they offer their growers. $999

Eventhough consumer prices has risen from $.49 to over Carpet..Inued .

$1.00 per lb., we, the Growers, have not had a pay increaseper

lb. in 6 years. We are paid approximately 31/a per lb. This

new contract, in some cases, is a cut in pay. We are told

SIGN IT, or you lose your contract.'Most growers, if not all, '

have large farm mortgages ranging from $25,00 to $250,000.The No WaxVinyl

majority of people who grow'broilers for Cargill cannot

accept this new contract. We would CAUTION anyone to

study the contract CAREFULLY and visit people in the

poultry business before you invest any money. \ -fnv ..

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News BriefsLocal -

Businessman Recent ArrestsIn Lake City for a psychiatric examination Robert James Bellamy, 19, of Gainesville was arrested Feb 1 lor 'Patrolman Shuford. Bond was set at
Charged With Theft Bradford CountyThe Starke was arrested Jan. 31 for DWLS, according to Patrolman Kay $362.50. lie was released on his own

t imim.il charges ol grand theft lewd lascivious! or indecent assault Shulord lie was! released alter a recognizance.Carl .
haY- been tiled in Bradford County following arrests were made KalhleneK. Rochelle,34,of Starkewas or act upon a child, according to $210 cash bund was posted
local in Bradford County by local arrested during a domestic Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. He was!
uc-nnsl The complaint against Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. arrested Feb. 2 for OWLS, according -
"Kill Alderman was pasted Starke was arrested Feb. 1 for was
January 30 alleges
'he Killed!to have$7HHIO in a trust account Betsy Jackson 32, of Starke was Rochelle, charged with disorderly DWLS,expired tag and possession of to Trooper D. C. Roberts.
Altoincy for the victims arrested Jan. 30 for resisting arrest intoxication was released after a Traffic less than 20 grams of cannabis! according Bond was set at $101.25. he was
alleged that checks amounting to with violence, according .U. iA. John $100.75'surety bond was posted. Thomas Ralph Brown 22, of to Investigator David released on his own recognizance.
$7Hom( > made payable to five individuals Dempsey Deputies Dempsey Glen Jacksonville was arrested Feb. 1 for Aderholt He was released! after a
'bounced when they were Moore and Doug York were attemp- Joseph D. McDaniel, 19, of Union driving while license suspended $514 surety bond was posted. Frederick A. Williams of Lawtey
ting a lawful executive of a court County was arrested Jan. 27 for was arrested Feb. 3 for DWLS and
cashed! The money from sale of pro- (DWLS, according to Patrolman
part was! to be distributed to the individuals order which required arresting violation of a felony probation, according William Tillotson. He was released l tiling false information regarding an
alter bills relating to the Jackson. She resisted by attemptingto to Lt John Dempsey. He after a $210 surety bond was posted. Percy Sonny Moody, 42, of Union accident, according to Patolman
sale were paid, according to the strike the officers with an electric was released after a $2,000 surety County was arrested Jan. 29 for driv- Spears. lie was released after a
complaint filed in the clerk's office. iron. Jackson was transported to bond was posted James Dwayne Kelly of ing under influence, according to $:167.50 cash bond was posted.

Alderman is owner of Bradford TItle -
and Abstract Company in Starke.

Two Mobile Homes

Destroyed serious, injuries By were FireNo reported W-D Brand U S, Choice Steak RI IDI r: LJ DAYS

xv lien two mobile homes in Bradford

County were desloyed by fire Sun- cJi It's the taste dream about

A tire in the trailer home Martin "'j When you're hungry, what do you think about

and( Kathy Rick, off CK-227 west of u eating? Hot dogs? Hamburgers? No you think .
US-301: south of Starke was reportedat ,\ FLORIDAONLY"
-' about steak. And when buy steak why not PONS
11 3.1: a.m. you ,
The baby sitter reported the alarm (l buy the best? That's W-D Brand Steak from
went oil and fire was discovered in WINN-DIXIE
'The Beef People"It's naturally _
the baby's room. A gas turnancenext
to the bedroom may have been aged and tender. Plus we trim our beef to a ....-.--..

the cause of the fire. 1 leaner quarter-inch so you get more greatDoubl.. Coupon Good In Jacksonville, Clay :?===:::::::!':::::::: .:::"-.:.',:

Springs Responding Hampton were,QR-10 Brooker, Heilbron and tasting beef for your money. And the taste is County Fernandina,St. Augustine,Stark, Live =w.._......., ..._. _........_.. ._,_.
l-4l' Oak,Lake City,Gainesville,High Springs, Perry -- w-' -
Law ley Correctional volunteer fire 11 '- the thing dreams are made of. : :.":::==': '=="::. -"--'-
1, ,r Palitka, Chletland, Callahan MacClenny
departments, according to _, .... ....._._.._..
Paramedics Cliff Chapman and Bill

....PMC11.now...to wl
Earlier that morning the trailer Legquarters La 48
home of Virginia Brewer Willis ..... : MORE WAYS TO WIN IN oonaur
-MKNCIO M.ICCO nU lUrllf! -r
buined Located off Forsyth Road, M E A T Vlfholm 97 OUR NEW SERIES OF :r::" IJ.rJOIIorr! :
the trailer was fully engulfed when -' ': :J .: 'Ir.:; ':::fJ- ;;
units arrived. An electrical heater ,. -, .Gn.P.I.G.GN 1 7:,::,:. 1M:: ..II'tf"JI'U' M!!!t!:
was left buring in the center of the + ? ?c" e Ham P *'1" t) -l--fl: !

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Responding were QR-10 HSVD 1 i "
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Answers 23 CallsThe NOW AT WINN-DIXIE ,TUMI-,*-9 C,Mt,COM"OM""'-.......w.. .u"Mto
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Starke Fire Department $1,000 -----.--..-..-...-----
responded to 23 calls during the -- .-..--
month of January, according to Lt. OFF&RACES
Rusty Barrett.
Four were structure fires, three
Mere vehicle fires and four were 1 HUNTS TOMATO *} $ H19
smoke investigations.Four .
were to assist Rescue and 'I, I PASTE W cm

one was to assist with a county structure M E A T a
fire. Five were false alarms and eeauul..uoNT
one was to an electrical pole fire. c Old Milwaukee 6PAXf79BEER
Two structures were total losses. ..
One call was to a disaster drill in . GIRS
Starke and one was a false alarm bya
mechanical, alarni; station.r* CHOICE PEPSI $107O

Emergency Dial 911 I.

IISVFD Thanks 1

Red Cross ChapterThe

Heilbron Springs Volunteer I fl7AA44lie
4 vy
i Fire Department wishes to extendits jc' e qyb -
apologizes to the local chapter of ,
the Red Cross for not mentioningthem
in last weeks fire article in
reference to organizations that help KELLOGGS $1)39) JJ

fire victims. %? 1
The Red Cross is a very important -
organization, they not only help victims urge i
of fires and other disasters, but F BETTY CROCKER C
they also have the knowledge to "** SS011
teach others first aid, CPR and other CAKE MIXES PXG.

life saving techniques that one day NDIMK t

Joe may Dobson.be put to use, according to Lt u.x cle) GROUND c HUNTS TOMATO 9 $ '! 00! --

The Red Cross also works hand in BEEF . LL SAUCE U CANS i S S
hand with the local post of the
Medical Explorers to help anybodyin WD eiAND U.S.CHOICI FULL CUT BONI-IN 1 '
need whether it be needed ROUND197 a GRAPEFRUIT

clothing, food or just friendly conversation I fl 99c
they are always there. STEAK u JUICE . 185?
t M E A T
to have these
We are very lucky
two organizations in our area and 44) N "z
IISVFD will continue to support
them as I know they support all)) the
fire departments said Dobson.

IISVFD Fire Hint ELi''' Sf

Every home should have an 1

escape plan in case of fire. rif 1
These plans should be carefully .
reviewed and practiced at regular
intervals by each of the family
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Emergency 911

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ly1 socially, emotionally and
spiritually. "We strive toward the
development of the total child,"
Mrs. Combass said.
Health and Rehabilitation Ser- ,
vices MRS Licensing Coordinatorfor
day-care centers in Putnam and HIM' SUNNI OILIOHT CLASS'S suMiaaANOICE
Bradford Counties Ken Barnett, NATURAL CHOPPED $ 49 CREAM 11'1.$138
could say nothing but good things I.ot 9Se DUNCH $119 26az SANDWICHES
about The Children's Farm. MUSHROOMS. Pl: . SiLl STEAKS . pna mmCJUIH
"It Is a fine center, in an Ideal)
f IIIH 'NIwuHNtNaelaHx..u.UKUfwur wra tun uuuun
location and provides a great need in RED SUPERBRAND
this area" Barnett said. "Havingthe DELICIOUS $149 KIWIFRUIT 3ge BANQUETIpMN.rN00NiIW CQ ls 9geAPPLES
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animals is also a nice change ,, SPREAD SIZE,
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the normal center,
i from day-care FAMILY ENTREES ff
he added, noting that The Children'sFarm
is the only one in Bradford
County that provides animals in its

learning program,

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National Center for Health Statis- PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS

tics survey found among 2S-to-34- THURS. America,S Supermarket ..RESERVED. :
\, year-old women, black women are FEB 5.. 111b'98J, __-I.' :
12 percentage points more likely to
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Public defender nominated for top service awardBy

Association's Death Penalty Steer- While serving the Starke area out as a member of the Executive Com- -
BCT Staff Writer ing Committee. of the Gainesville officeb Eighth mittee of the Florida Public *,
The Florida Public Defender Replogle resigned as Chief Assis- Judicial Circuit efenderAlan Defender's Association. He is also
Awards Committee has selected tant FuVblic Defender for the Tenth Parlapiano gave Replogle complete past president of the Polk County GRIFFIS GaS"J11.JIH"IO.J'I..1I
three finalists for the Public Judicial Circuit in 1981 following his control of the operation of the Criminal Defender Association and
Defender Association's Outstanding defeat in the election to replace the Starke Branch, where he also handled has more recently served on the 4
Service Award and Frederick retiring Jack Johnson as Public felony cases out of Union and Bradford County Zoning Board and : [oj'1
Keplogle has been selected as one of Defender for that circuit. The win- Baker Counties.His as Chairman of the Bradford County JAX771-434O
the finalists. ner of that election was Jerry Hill, recommendation for the ser- Board of Adjustment. 6641 1O3rdST.GAINESVILLE .
KeploRlc,who works In both Brad- who has since resigned that positionto vice award states that his leadership Replogle Is married and is the o 376-4677
ford and Union Counties, has been a become State Attorney for the in that position has resulted in a father of two children.In .
member of the Florida Public Tenth Judicial Circuit. "stable staff providing outstanding writing his recommendation for STARKE 964-7725
Defender Association since 1976. Cornell To Starke service to clients in the Eighth the service award, C. Richard
Keplogle made the "final three" In 1981 Keplogle accepted employ Judicial Circuit." Parker Public Defender for the Fast, Friendly LP Gas Service
for the award by serving as an Assis- ment as Chief Assistant Public In addition to being recognized as Eighth Judicial Circuit said
t (ant Public Defender in the Tenth Defender for the Starke Branch of an expert in criminal defense litigation -
I and Eighth Judicial Circuits and has the Office of the Public Defender for Replogle has provided service See Pane 4R EAGER TO SERVE YOU
; been praised by the nominating the Tenth Judicial Circuit head- -

I service committee which for has offering contributed"outstanding to the quartered in Gainesville. Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm Complete Line of Heaters & Grills

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, Defender System. Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
Hcplogle was educated at the 24th Street, follow signs or CALL or COME'BY TODAY!
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... A construction accident complete alll'l'noon mock disaster Clill Chapman .
t-.Ii .pI with It caved in wall was the stemof All patients were transported to The accident victims were Brad-
Bradford County annual emern Bradford Hospital, however, In a lord I ugh School] students and did an
ty rruMlicwl' stT\K: disaster drill. real situation the helicopter serviceswould outstanding Job of play acting, said
I ..1J: JT January 30 have been utili/ed Chapman who offend thanks to all
,, 'ii'" ,' Ten victims hail multiple injuries who paitKipatcd
1 f" I Iit from slight wounds to amputationsand The drills are used to expose any
': ,. mortal injuries.. Hradtord County shortcomings and to correct any Moulage (make-up with lake
,{ 14. .L.. t j t"r EMS respiNuleti utih three units, mistakes beloic they happen in a wounds, blood, broken bones, ect.)
r: ; i Marke Fire Department responded real accident, according to was used to make the drill very
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p".i. Starke five-year-old needs communities's help

Mark! Friedlln three month dose and(the physicians the car home so she can get Teresa'K Grocery the Commissary in
tty Staff Writer incharge of the case have unable to older sister to school at Starke Lawtey, Sunshine I'lumlmig. GeeNoss
neT Pike of Starke is estimate how long the treatment will Elementary, where she Is a straight Auto Parts Lil Champ stores
Teresa a
have to go on. A student despite the distractions of on Highways 16 fiiJ JO( !. Andrew-'s
little five who hasa
vivacious year-old her sisters' medical probl'ms.Josl'phine Drugs Adventuieljnd Video .md
Going ov'r.the family's budget for
big problem and is asking the community
has been unable to find Starke Tire.
the next few months, the Pikes
for help. North quickly discovered. that they wouldbe a job) herself due to the constant trips A fund will be set up in u local
Teresa who lives on unable to allord the medicine a she must take to Shands during the bank in the near future for Teresa
with her father and
Thompson days. but in the meantime citizens are encouraged
prospect I that scares Josephine.
d mother and an older sister, hasn'tgrown "It's such cruel The Pikes have put out collection to make contributions at
just u thing to r appen -
an inch in the past two years jars around the community in different the above listed merchants
to little girl like this, Josephine!
medical bill for her
and faces a big businesses who have been The will out additional -
+ M h said. "She plays she's happy, she Telegraph give
treatment. normal in every other way It 'just kind enough to help. They are all in information about Teresa: us n
hormonal imbalancethat
Teresa has
11 a
or near Starke and include Water's
becomes available
tears to not
is stopping her body from producing me up see growing.
the normal amount of It's frightening to face the /fact that
she might not be able to in with
growth. In all other respects she is a
normal five year old with a big the her other si/.e.kids" her age just becauseof Stephen Smith Lumber < .
smile a good sense of humor and a >tffe*
livley intelligence. /fiy 468-2624
"She's a real bundle of energy," Josephines' husband, recently saw
says Teresa's mother Josephine his time at work cut back I Irom 40 to ">'f'(' IMitiT! } within 3O niilcK f> Mili-M !South of Surkr on :301PressureTreated )I
Pike. "She normal for a five year old 35 hours and when they pay all their
in every way-she just hasn't grownan bills there is i just enough felt to putgroceries Pine
",1'" --- ", inch in over two years." on the table. Pine, HardwoodsLow
: 11 The big problem is that the doctors Telephone calls! to Shands hospitalin
( have recommended a highly expen- Gainesville where Teresa was Prices Quality Lumber We Invite You to CompareOpen
,. .J sive series of doses of medicine to diagnosed costs the family about 8-5:30: Mon.-Frl. 9-4 Sat.
......, _../ help get Teresa growing again it's a $40 per month and their only $1.63
; --- special medicine that includes the transportation is a 1976 AMC that 2x4x8 Pressure Treated . . . . . ea $

z 4 V hormones Teresa is missing and an has seen it's better days and i is con 2x4 Pre-Cut Spruce . . . . . . ea. l.DSpgatf
ingrediant to help her body start producing stantly in need of .repair
: .-. .. them itself. Each day Josephine must take her
The medicine costs $2,640 for a husband Ronald to work then take ..... ..

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I ObituariesMark ,

Andrew Silcox Survivors Include his parents, grandchildren. Windsor Community Alachua Coun father & stepmother, William & Barefoot, Jacksonville; 'one granddaughter
Vernon David, Jr. & Sheryl Lynn Graveside services were held ty, died Thursday, .ian. 29, 1987 at Helen Hester of Macclenny; mother, Marla Susan' Cunn-
Master Mark Andrew Silcox, Silcox of Lake City; one brother Tuesday Feb. 3, 1987 in Eliam his home following an extended il Mirian Frances Ussery, of Savan- ingham, Gainesville.
newborn of Lake City, died January Christopher David Silcox; paternalgrandparents Cemetery at Melrose with Rev. Jim- lness. nah; one brother, Steve Hester of Funeral services will be held In
28, 1987 in Alachua General Hospital Mr. Mrs. Vernon D. my Coyle conducting the services. Born in llallsboro, NC, on Aug. 23, Statesboro, GA; three sisters, DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Starke on
in Gainesville. Silcox, Sr., of Starke. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone 1916, Mr. Ashley moved to Windsorin Shelby Stewart of Ellabcll, GA, San- Thursday, Feb. 5, 1987 with Rev.
Graveside services were held Heights was in charge of ar 1982 from Gainesville. He was of dra Hum & Regina Hester, both of Ballard Wilson conducting the ser-
Monday, February 2, 1987 at Crosby rangements. the Baptist Faith; member of Fleet Savannah; maternal grandmother, vices. Burial will follow in Crosby
SISTER SOPHIE RATLINES" Lake Cemetery with Rev. John Reserve Association, Branch 179 of Alma Tuten of Savannah; step- Lake Cemetery under the directionof
Spiritual Greene officiating Jones Funeral K. Kenneth PowersMr. Gainesville; retired from the Fla. grandparents, Malcolm & Mattie Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
Raadar t Idtlior" Home of Starke was in charge of ar R. Kenneth Powers, 28, of Dcpt. of Transportation in 1982; Reynolds of Macclenny. In lieu of flowers, contributions"may
Saaeial( Met with" Canaan) rangements. Keystone Heights, died Friday,Jan. served in the U.S. Navy from 1935 to Funeral services were conducted be made to the 1st United
II fey are latt tt. ....', know mtitn. I. 30, 1987 in an automobile accident at 1958. Monday, Feb 2 at the New River Methodist Church Building Fund,
turn, some la iaa Hill|.nl... Although you. Walter llan lyn !MannMr. Lake Geneva. Survivors include his wife, Lela Congregational Methodist Church P.O. Box 157, Starke, FL.
have seen SOhtlE elaar RATLINE raadara will ana aanvinoa runt i with Walter Hamlyn Mann, 90, of Mr. Powers was bet n in Jackson- Mae Kaiser Ashley; one daughter, with Kev. Johnny Yarbrough and
that SISTER ara aamabadi again Sh. .knaenar per"'. Melrose died Saturday, Jan. 31, in ville on Jan. 25, 1959 and moved to Rachel Ashley, Davenport, Iowa; Rev. Jeanette Harris officiating. Raleigh Bielling
poe from 84. la .Mi ."'." the ae.dhelp. New Life Acres following/ a long il Keystone Heights in 1978 from Col- two sons, Stephen & Julian Ashley Burial was in Moniac Cemetery in Mr. Raleigh Bielling, 86, of the
lness. umbia, SC. He was a member of both of Melrose; one brother, FredF. Moniac, GA with Archie Tanner Providence area, died Sunday in the
Slit will haal. your lIa."...,yaw MTTOM, Mr. Mann was born in Melrose Beulah Baptist Church; Pilots Inter- Ashley, Burlington, NC; one Funeral Home in charge of ar Lake City Medical Center after a
pew mortise) ih* mil, kelp you If kattarjokt April 14, 1896 and was a lifetime resi- national Assoc, Inc.; American sister, Teva Hooker, Rocky Mount, rangements. brief illness.
more money,In tioknau,in tan,mi* dent. He was a retired Welding Society; Supervisor for NC; four grandchildren. Mr. Bielling was born and raisedin
rings and how la Kin Hit ana you loi.,your plumber/electrician and a memberof Royal Jones & Associates, Keystone Graveside services were held Margaret A. Wehr Union County where he owned and
lucky numIMr..n"date,who.!.find. lout Jan. 31, in RiversideMl'morial his farm until his death. He
.., how to lemon I ours ar Nit evil Eliam Baptist Church. Heights. Saturday Mrs. Margaret A. Wehr, 88, of operated
*,or otktr kid luok.Sltltr Survivors include three Survivors include his wife, Syliva Park in Jacksonville with Keystone Heights, Park-of-The- was a member of the Providence
I any Sophia Raylana Siieeaada Whorl daughters,Josephine M. Mathews of Marie Jones Powers; two military rites at the grave. Rev. Palms, died Monday, Feb. 2, 1987 inv Village Baptist Church; he
Othtfi Nan Failed.. Melrose, Polly M. Seaward of daughters, Monica J. & Amy M. John Troyer conducted the services. Alachua General Hospital in graduated from the Union County
Noun: 10:00 aim1,00: a.m. 1 NapePrivate Jacksonville and Edna M. Stafford Powers; son, Nickolas W. Powers; Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Gainesville after a lingering illness. School and attended Business College -
.......SIMbt I lMtt..a.y Ml k of Indianapolis, IN; one son, J. W. mother, Lucille Manning White, Heights was in charge of ar Born in Belfast, Ireland on Feb. in Orlando.
... Ceniullaliea... .. .. ((804)*".).712-3125..1.) Mann of Melrose; fourteen grand- Keystone Heights; sister, Angela rangements. 27, 1898, Mrs. Wehr moved to the Survivors include his wife, Anna
a> t I. > 11 Providence
children, twenty-seven great- Harrelson, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO.Funeral U.S.A. in 1902 and then moved to Bell Peeples Bielling of ;
grandchildren and three great-great services were held in John Walter Byrnes Keystone Heights in 1968 from Sher- 2 sons, Jack Bielling, Lake City and
- - Beulah Baptist Church on Tuesday, Mr. John Walter Byrnes, 78, of wood, NY. She was a homemakerand Paul Bielling, Ft. McCoy, FL; one
Feb. 3 with Rev. Herbert Mullaly Keystone Heights died Friday, Jan. a member of Park-of-The- sister, Mrs. Lota B. Langford of
Glenda's Shear Design conducting the services. Burial was 30, 1987 at the North Florida Palms Church. Lake Butler; four grandchildren and
in Beulah Cemetery under the direction Regional Medical Center in Survivors include daughter,Cor- three greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
'f ttr'l ill S. Thompson Street 661.4151Is of Jones Funeral Home of Gainesville following a long illness. inne Wehr, Laruel,MD; son,Stanley services were held Tues-
r. proud to Introduce Keystone Heights. Born and raised in Allentown,PA, E. Wehr, Albany, NY; two brothers, day in the Providence Village Bap-
i} Mr. Byrnes moved to Keystone William Blair, Cayuga, NY&Ernest tist Church. Burial was in Old Pro
DEBORADebora Karl P. Hicker Heights 13 years ago. He served in Blair, Jonesboro, AR; five grand- vidence Cemetery under the direc-
Mr. Karl P. Ricker, 85, of the U.S. Air Force for 30 years. children & ten greatgrandchildrenFuneral tion of Archer Funeral Home of
has recently Joined our staff and would like to offer Keystone Heights, Park-of-The- Following his retirement from the services were held in Lake Butler.

you an Intro special... Palms, died Thursday, Jan. 29, 1987 Air Force, he worked for General Park-of-The-Palms Chapel on Curtis Griffis
in Alachua General Hospital follow Electric at Cape Canaveral. Mr. Wednesday, Feb. 4, with Mr. S. Paul Tyson
Christine & Debora Only ing a lingering illness. Byrnes was a member of FriendshipBible Wehr conducting the services. Mr. Curtis Tyson Griffis, 75, died
00 Born in Salem, Mass. on June 29, Church of Keystone Heights. Burial was in Keystone Heights Thursday in the Veterans Ad-
$Zo 1901, Mr. Ricker moved to Keystone Survivors include his wife, Martha Cemetery under the direction of ministration Hospital in Lake City
Perms : . NOW
. . Reg. 38 Heights in 1983 from Orlando. He Stafford Byrnes; a son, Robert Jones Funeral Home of Keystone after an extended illness.
$ was a member of Park-of-The- Byrnes; a daughter, Barbara Booth, Heights. Mr. Griffis was born in Bradford
Frostings . Reg. 25- . NOW 500 Palms Church; Gideons Interna- all of Keystone Heights; a brother, In lieu of flowers, family requests County and lived here most of his life
tional, Starke Camp (active in the William II. Yanger of Tampa; seven donations to the Dining Room Fundat until moving to Raiford two years
Sale Good through February 11, 1987 Gideons for over 43 years); retired grandchildren.Funeral the Park-of-The-Palms. ago. He was a retired correctional
insurance salesman. services were conducted officer from U.C.I, and a member of
"We Like to Keep You LookillGood" Survivors include his wife, Ruth C. Sunday, Feb. 1 at Friendship Bible Inez A, Green First Baptist Church of Lawtey.
Ricker; two sons, Donald F. Ricker, Church with Rev. C.E. Hager of- Mrs. Inez A. Green, 83, of Starke Survivors include one daughter, '
: -. S.I.M Missionary to Ethiopia, GuyW. ficiating. Creamation followed died Monday, Feb. 2, 1987 in Bradford Judy Faye Struthers of Las Vegas
.rrrrrrrrrrCQUPCIVwrrrrr.rre.ure Ricker, Wheaton, IL; brother, under the direction of Archie Tanner Hospital following an extended Nev.; two sons, Curtis Allen &
Jean Ricker, Sarasota, FL; sister, Funeral Home of Starke. illness. Thomas David Griffis, both of Las
I 9 Special! Carpet Cleaning I Ii Helen Appel, Yarmouth Port, Mass; Born in the Graham-Brooker area Vegas; two brothers, Leven and
ten grandchildren. Roger Lee HesterRev. on December 12, 1903, Mrs. Green Dopsey Griffis, both of Lawtey; one
I Funeral services were held in Roger Lee Hester, 30, of moved to Starke over 70 years ago. sister, Mitty Varnes, Raiford; four
$ $ 95 Park-of-The-Palms Chapel on Mon- Starke died Friday, Jan. 30, 1987 in She was a member of 1st United grandchildren.
i 9 Pr room II day, Feb. 2, with Mr. Ernest Jacksonville. Methodist Church of Starke; Funeral services were held Tues-
2 room :minimum, Woodhouse conducting the services. A native of Savannah, GA, Rev. organist at 1st United Methodist day, Feb.3, in Pine Grove Congrega
steam or shampoo Burial was in Glen Haven Memorial Hester lived most of his life in Mac- Church for 25 years; played the tional Church with Rev. Lorenze
'We Move The Furniture" II Park, Winter Haven, FL under the clenny and moved to Starke three organ for Jones Funeral Home for Griffis officiation. Burial was in
I 'Sr. Citizen & Military Discounts direction of Jones Funeral Home of months ago. He was the pastor of approx. 30 years; secretary- Pine Grove Cemetery with Archer
I Keystone Heights. Pleasant Mope Congregational treasurer for Bradford Hospital Funeral Home of Lake Butler in
In lieu of flowers, the family re- charge of arrangements
Methodist Church. He also workedfor Board for 20 years; retired grocery
A quests donations to the Gideons Ross Commercial Services, Inc..
Sofa & Chair 29.95 I
: Memorial Bible Fund. in Jacksonville. He had served in the Survivors include one son, L Ar Please See...
I ".Warranty: Customer satisfac I U.S. Navy for 9 years. chie Green, Keystone Heights; one
I tion money-back I Clarence Utley AshleyMr Survivors Include his wife, Mary daughter. Judy Cunningham,
I f, Professional service guarantee.with a I Clarence Utley Ashley. 70, of Hester one son. Timothy Hester Keystone Heights one sister. Sara Obituaries frolllilagt.! >-

touch. Christian ----
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Fertllome Root Stimulators is yur best friend when
planting annuals vegetables trees & shrubs. Of Our Keystone Heights Store
4.10.3 fertilizer plus vitamin B-1 plus root
1 hormorfe is the secret. Aids develop
ment of strong, fast growing root system and helps Take of Our
.f prevent transplant shock. We use It .. Its 100% Advantage Super Specials
guaranteed.3Vi Ibs. makes 1 gallon solution.

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HP 1/C engine with

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Feb. Only I Valencia : TurbanaOranges Round

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k1 10/99*E7W'I 29; kEii
Model 57360 Front Engine ; lb.
Lawn Tractor 32" cut
11 HP 1/C engine Key-Lactrlc Start

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Credit Terms AvailableFor + t; $ 99
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Broccoli . .. Head ScallopsFresh .. . . .Ib.


NaturalGrowth j PEAT Medium .0. "-.. ._-_ Sea

Natural.$ -199I Soil Conditioner) Rock .Prices Good In Our New 1 Trout

40 lb. bag :Keystone Location Filets
SEED POTATOES Shrimp : "r *7'/ N .

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Hwy 21 North'r Keystone Heights

Lb. 25* Lb. 29 VAPAM SoN Fumigant $29 (Next,poor: to Jackson Building Supply) $119 lb.

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owner, low CARPENTER TOOLS: Especially rare
mileage, $3995 9647271.
9644319. 12/18 tfnchg LOOK AT THIS) Just remodeled for you MAKE MONEY the old fashioned plane Call 468.1150. 1/29.4tpd 2/19 'jfTru'illegarREALTY
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TRUCK. Slap sq CH/A. w/ottlc fan. 3 or 4 way. We earn It. Call for details
restoring, Mog wheel $1.295. BR, 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen 964.8397. l/224tpd2/12 grand. Doesn't have to be perfect but toSflBK.
964 7536. Evenings 8 weekends 12/25 19 x 20 great room closets galore. 1000 SUNBEDS SUNAL WOLFF SAVE must be rebuildable No junk Call
tfnchg fenced bock yard w/tool shed 50% Call for FREE Color Catalogue and 964.5497 alter 2:30: p.m, 2/5 2lpd 2/12 (
19S4 TOYOTA TERCEL door.. AC Saratoga Hgts Concrete drive & walk wholesale price Commercial & WANTED: WHITE STOVE 30.30". Harv..1gold ,
AM/FM. cassette. cruse control. Call Don't miss this bargain By OWner. Call Residential Unit M/C or Visa accepted refrigerator smaller sire and
after 6 p.m weekday 533.2403. today. 473.7541 or 475.259T: 11/13 Call I-BOO-228 6292. fcan 87-29 box spring. reasonably priced PHONE 96 .7776
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Low mileage. Call after 5:30 p.m. frame 3 BR, 1 BA house with approxImately catalog video presentation weaning age V.R. Ferguson phone
964.6227. 2/5 tfnbf
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CADILLACS Mercedes, Porsche, etc. 24 ft. pool. Call after 5 p.m.. motion for your own exciting businessand
direct from Government. Seized In M.F or anytime on the weekends at b..aulllullog home fcan 87.27. SCHOOLSSEMI Today and always may God bestow His love on you.

drug raids Available your area Save 964.8160. 1/ISpdtfnchg OWN YOUR OWN J..an..por..weor. SPECIAL
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condition Make offer 964 8848 2/5 tfnHOUSE Lee Levi!. Calvin
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or 473.3627. 2/5 tfnMOTORCYCLES 8 LOT In Lawtey. 3 BR. 1 BA for Klein Sergio Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz training. Eligible Institution for flnan -EGG FARM BAYLESS HWY-50 acres fenced S crossfenced. 3 BR, 1 BA home
ale, $20.000 cash. Ph. 496.3605. 2/5 Clalborne Member Only Gasoline ciol aid. Guaranteed student loans w/alumlnum siding 2 trailer hookups, 4 chicken houses, fully electric. Owner
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Must ell beautiful lakefront to$26.900 inventory training fixture,
MASTER. Resident Training Tampa LANE It KINGSLEY LAKE-Handsome 2 story cedar home on lot approx. 100' x j
property small cottage large garage grand opening, etc Can open 15 day. Florida icon 87-28
1981 YAMAHA XT500. street or dirt bike. Spring Lake. Keystone Heights Mr. Keenan ((305)678.3639.) 2/5ltpd 1 TRAINING 135', walking access to lake. 73000.
Very good condition. $650 964.8210. 964.8848 or 473-3627. 1/29 tfn DEVELOP AND MANAGE your own home AIRCRAFT CLASSES MECHANIC Financial aid BROOKER 3 BR*, 2 BA FRAME HOME on 2 lots. Close to school CHSA city |
12/11 tIn FOR SALE BY OWNER, Keystone Heights demonstration business selling Indoor now forming water $44.OOO. Assum. mortgage.
1984 HONDA SCOOTER red, like n.w. 3/2 CH/A on one acre fenced lot. hydroculture plant Excellent commission and lob placement evaluatlon OWNER WILL TAKE LOSS BR, 1 BA. Newly pointed corner lot. 25000.
used by daughter 782-3186. 2/5 2tchg Screened patio wood deck with Jacuzzi plus volume rebate Call collectfor available. Call Free aviation career 963.4772Rice -12.Be ACRES Pond. Hwy 100. S.E. 24th Ave. S Forsyth Rd. 26000.
collect ((305))
2/12 and much more. Call for an appointment more information, Fenmore ((305)) Aviatlon/Broward now Community EASY TO ENJOY Brick 3BR.Y BA. CH/A 'Ig. family rm w/fireplace, formalL
964.7684 days: 473-4275, night 886.2367. Icon 87.31LAND fcan 87.34REAL A DR utility room Access to Crystal Lake. 79900.
YARD SALES l/294tchg2/19 College ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 7 acre.. Minute from prison on |
CONTEMPORARY CHALET In final stages FOR SALELOT Hwy 16. Great home for trailer pace. $24.000.ITS .
of construction.3 BR, 2 BA on 1.3 acre ESTATE THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT Secluded 1980 DW. 7V c.lllng..ln middle of j
GIANT YARD SALEI! All must gal 5 miles Loft area cathedral ceilings Great IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764; after SERVICESHAVING 4 acre, inground pool wooden deck playground equipment. 59000.
S. of Slarke on left tide of US 301 Look room formal dining room with parquet 5, call 964.5251. 3/07 tfn UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 cottage 5 lot*-Kingsley Lake Village, $30,500
for sign "Early bird gets the worm but floor Ceramic tile foyer and kitchen 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental over SAMPSON LAKE LOT OWNER FINANCED Approx. 103'x770' Selling price

not before 9 a.m:' Sot & Sun 2/5 Hchg Deck around entire house Buy now five acre cleared GREAT for country TROUBLE SELLING YOUR LAND $18.900. $2.000 dn. 10,... Int. 10 yr*.
YARD SALE: Fri, Sat., A Sun. Dirt road and choose your carpet $59,700 living or for Investment such a* mobile Try our Service No broker fee*. $149 THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon doubl.wide-Sampson Lake |
(NW 99th St) Just before Olln Land of 475.3256a.m.. 473.7891 p,m. 2/5 Itchg home park, animal farm etc. Severalmoney total cost. Free details Landowner Great
Lots of NEW FURNISHED DOUBLEWIDE shadedlot making pecan tree. $28.000 Listing Service. P.O. Box 1517 Access, $35.000 Getaway
Doublewldes Last House
IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 East) 2.7 ac., 5 |
everything no clothes. Feb. 6, 7 & 8. 3/2 CHSA carport porch cash or $12.000 down and payment of Maitland FL 32751. Icon 87.30
fish $76.000.
BR. 3 BA attractive deck overlooking a 1/4 acre pondl
well $230 month Starke area call 964 6493
2/5 Itpd storage, deep near Keystone .
$29.500. 473-7404. 2/5 Itpd
2 BR. 2 BA. doublewide. 1.76 acre Close to Crosby Lake. $39,000
PERSONALS SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 ac. 700 ft. bldg. 4 spaces rented$200 |

HYPNOSISPROFESSIONAL mo. Trailer sale space $1.000 mo. $175.000.
Accelerated Realty"Inc.Phone ; AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange A Pratt 3 Br.,. 2 Ba.,
VISA/MASTERCARD-Get Your card TO. HYPNOSIS services for CHAA. LR DR. family room A patio. 60000.
DAY! Also new credit cord. NO ONE weight control making, stress etc ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET cleared 100' x 192' lot 2 utility

REFUSEDI! Call 1.518.459.3546 Ext. For help please call 9644433. 10/9 : 964-4544 sheds, pump well and septic tank. 17000.
C3377 24 hrs. 2/5 3tpd 2/19 tfnchg RENTAL INCOME one bedroom 65' x 130' lot. $10.000.SO .

CLOSEt 1032 E. Call St.. 3 BR, 1/i bath 45000.
36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner will flnanc.$82.322.'A |
1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida smart Florida investment.

Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront INVESTORS: 438 Acre In South Bradford County. Partially subdivided

FAULKNER REALTY INC Farms CommercialNo highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per acre. Hardwood tree*. |

Charge to List Your Property for Sale Developer' dream!
Call and discuss It with
Located Hwy 301 .2 Blks S. SR. 100 us. 1..13 GRAHAM 14.50 acre, Si,300 acre.

221 W. Lafayette REAUOR"
-2 LOTS MIMOSA $6,900 ea.
| GREAT DESIGN Two story cedar home, 3 BR, 2 BA 2,200 sq ft. living GRAHAM 14.5 Acre 26000.

964-5069 m area NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development. 49000.
CB HOME 3 BR, 2 BA great room w/fireplace, central vacuum and stereo SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.

I on 5 acr.s.BRICK WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.
REA 10R' J HOME Formal living and dining room 4 BR, 2 BA CHAA 10.9 PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acre or will divide 50000.

I acres. SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 well. 3 septic tank 45000.
Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB I CB HOME 2 BR, 2 BA Extra large living room and dining room on 3 acres FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.
PRESIDENT SPACIOUS CB HOME 2,200 sq ft.. living.dining.family room. 3 BR, 2 BA. 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.

on 4.59 acre. CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000.
REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS NEAT HOME In the city 2 BR, 2 BA on nice lot. 27000. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lot 65'x 130" $2.750 ea.
964.5142 FRAME HOME. BR, 1 BA clove refrigerator and dishwasher on nice lot
Irene L. Faulkner LAWTEY AREA-Five acre. 13000.
964.8420 $25.000. -15 ACRES HWY 11.$33.000. One mile off 301.
Lucille Spry DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR, 2 BA, stove, refrigerator ceiling fans. CHSA, on 2 6
Russell 473.7694 OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acre
Marty acre -LAWTEY / BA 2 1 Ac. 100 Old. 36000. e
story ,Yf
I Bobby BJggs) ?.? **,--,,* .* .w.. JMJWI, I FARM FOR SALE;Frame home. B&.I BA. water system to livestock pens BRJZ ,/ .
I 28.7 acre. After Hour

LAWTEY AREA 3 BR, 2 BA home. Entrance foyer, living SELECTED PROPERTIES Pauline Randolph 44-323 475-2597 |
[ LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. on water Randy Cory
room w/CATHEDRAL CEILING, separate dining room, central 10 ACRES Bradford County 13th Street N.E., Pecan Grove. | Anne Terwllleacr Nelson_ 473-7541
heat & air. Other features include large family room with 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Priced to sell

vaulted ceiling, wood burning stove & ceiling fan. Kitchen I 10 ACRES In South Clay County. Residential-Agriculture, $17.900.

with BREAKFAST BAR dishwasher & built-in range. Laundryroom 20 ACRES Northwest Bradford County Best water In the County
14.05 ACRES Southwest Bradford County with pecan tree and two well.
and 24' 36' outbuilding with 12'x 24'section enclosed.
x 4.55 AND 2.16 ACRES Two separate parcels Near Graham zoned for MH.
TWO separate one acre tracts. LAKE LOTS Owner financing Available Help !

CONCRETE BLOCK HOME Immaculate with chain link CITY LOTS Two block from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W. Save Energy $$ LIMEROCK
CITY BLOCKS Northeast Section.
fence. $18,500.COUNTRY Install Custom .
HOME WITH POOL 4 BR stucco home Two LOT NEAR LAKE ALTO Zoned for MH.
HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcel Good business location Insulateindows FILL SAND
baths and family room Included. HWY 301 SOUTH 5 acre near Earlton Beach 210 ft. highway frontage, Call

CONERLY ESTATES Perfect building site available for your I COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15.000 sq. ft. floor space Priced Right
DREAM home. Priced to sell! Homes Beautiful WE DO DRIVEWAYS

LAKE BROOKLYN Call today to see this hide-away. Large -FREE NOTARY SERVICESPUT 964-6766 782-3172
the lake. Priced In the 40's.
deck overlooking US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I I 24 hrs. Financing i
*SAMPSON LAKE Build your bungalow on this lot for only x. Bradford Limerock Sales

13000.* READY TO FARM OR DEVELOP 49 acres with lots of road Wayne Douglas.....964-6593 Novls Ward..964.7454John f

I Greene.........533-2121 Bill Dodd..964.7401

frontage*TWO BEDROOM! MOBILE HOME on 1 acre. ONLY 18000. j Irving Clark........964-7188 Cindy Kurtmay......964-7408
Tom B.m.nt..964.6439 Don Hood..461.1905 BRASINGTON
REDUCTION this 25 Only $39,900. Zoned ]
PRICE on acres. ........964-6927 .
ems iDIlM .........964.8629 Patsy Lawson
for one acre homesltes. CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILEr

*TWO LOTS In town zoned R2A (multi-family).

COMMERCIAL BUILDING needs some repair. Great loca "Where Quality Is Still Important" r 1
} I
tion. (
BEAUTIFUL LARGE HOME on Crystal. You must see this Plumbing Supplies From I James Brady

one) Cadillac odsiftObile;
*TWO ACRES with l large 3 BR, I'/j BA home. $29,000. Durrance Pump & SupplyrWe "Your Local Representative /

FOUR BEDROOM, 2V BA home with circle drive fenced 2001 N.W. 13th St.
e Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed '
yard. Over 2,200 sq. ft. Gainesville, FL 32601 Bus. ((90.4)) 378-5301
*TWO BEDROOM, 1 BA home In Lake Butler. Great rental US 301 North. 864 N.T.mDI. Ave..Starke 964-706_TF iTi

home only $15,500.

ONE ACRE fenced with doublewide mobile home. Out

buildings Included. Assumable mortgage.

it RD. 230 2 acres has 2 BR, 1 BA stucco with your very own Broker of owning. It has everything! acre In city on paved rd. City

fish pond, fenced. Also kitchen equipped under 40000. EXCELLENT OUTLAW 4/2 over 2.000 sq. ft. Price lust water and sewer available
TERMS. I reduced to 60000. .
*10 ACRES w/DW. Excellent condition.
NICE 1 ACRE building site or put mobile home, has well 8
*COMMERCIAL BLDG. Many us**. 138
driveway already Installed. Appraise? Re*. 4.S4fRaffS45370 N. Water St. 25000. *DRASTICALLY REDUCED Custom built |
OWNER FINANCING on this 3 BR, 1 BA home In town only 9644522STAPKE. 'r Brick home,4/4 3.200 plus sq. ft., pecan
ft.. ) ;; < > /(* *.KAY tlDE* INVESTORS Pinesong S/D. Paved tree and 3 acre NOW $131.000.
$17.900. ;OiAiDICKSOM t Ris. II45CCSR road through property. Owner fin. Owner fl none ed.
PROPERTY with 6 acres and several buildings,
very versatile property. r BUILDING with plenty of parking and $6.500. Som. with owner financing
HWY 229 'R, 2 BA on 3/4 beautiful lot. I 114-514 positive cash flow located In the busiest
Rff tOlf YOUNG
*VERY NlCt. 4 ,R 2 BA cement block home In town. Many I section of Starke. *COUNTRY LIVING on 2 ac. In an

extras priced In mid 50's. .... ... ,... _WELL ESTABLISHED commercial almost new C/B home with fireplace.

*WALNUT STREET 3 unit 2 story can be used also by restor W iil Ser l t Rril but* OfNc Price building has across been from drastically Community REDUCED Bank.to West of lawtey.'

ing to original home. Price REDUCED to 49900. move property. *KEYSTONE AREA MH with lake access.Immaculate. .

OWNER FINANCING furnished doublewide mobile home r -7 ACRES with home S barn on 225near 23900. (CH < A).
with 3 BR 2 BA built-on porches & utility room on 1 acre. I *NEED LOTS OF ROOM'" Over SR 16. Ha many potential
building w/1300 sq ft. largelot
2.000 sq ft.. 5 BR. 2V4 BA.fireplace .
2'/i' 6000. of
225 acres, w/plenty paved parking.
HWY I on 1 acre I In city.I EsIAKEFRONT white beach and clearwater
brick home. |lust minute from
lot. Across from school SR 121,
nice wooded building on City
*HWY 16 WEST cellent location.Out of town owner .2/2 on almost 1 acre-beautifully Starke and Keystone Heights. Shown by
water & Ideal for
WASHINGTON ST. Lg. older home. Ideal for restoring. sewer profess want action. Will consider lease landscaped.
.I ana I office, florist I beauty shop, appointment.
Priced at 39900. MAKE OFFER. Has 4 BR. 21BA.. w/optlon and/or owner finance,
car lot etc. .
has several barns, fenc- 55000. HOMEMAKErS DREAM 3/2, CHAA.
EDWARDS ROAD 400 acre tract
everything. 2 BR. Neat o* a plat
*JUST LISTED It won'llo.t long Excep- above ground pool. Dbl garage. A 20 X
lake frontage.
ing and DOUBLEWIDE mobile home, on 1 acre with '> I tlonal I 3 BR over 1300 sq ft. Close to new _CONVENIENT FOR FSP I UCI *EXCELLENT BUY .117.500.3/1. w/cor- 25 upstair room to be completed to I
IMMACULATE Ewinn Dixie shopping. Only 28000. EMPLOYEES. 1.670 *q. ft. ham on 5 port. Best area. HURRYI I have your own private BR suite All this j
pool has everything. I Firm. acre CH/A. Nice barn. only $66.000.
Glendale St. Lovely large
16 WEST on
HWY I I *LOVELY 2/,. In quiet neighborhood. *EXECUTIVE LIVING on stacked lake families. 2 nice home on 1 large lot. ENERGY IFF. "A" FRAMI .4 BR. 2

been REDUCED $10,000. link I I Great buy. large swimming pool large lot on paved Separate living but close enough to Bath. 2 fireplace. CHAA. pool I many
chain fencing.
*3 BR, 1BA. central H/A Ig. lot with street with sidewalk. Brick home with keep. a check. on each other.PRICi extra on 1 acre. Only 57000. f

$7,000 down and assume mtg. of $23,000, monthly payments j *A RAKE FIND 3/2 on 150x110 corner over 2,200 sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 BA, large entertaining REDUCED 3 BR brick home on'

$235. 10% Int. rate. I lot. Hardwood floor. 2-car garage. Just area. Many other amenltie 3.64 acre, newly renovated .kitchen., *EXECUTIVE LIVING. Country Clul, I

IMAGINE getting a 3 BR. 2 BA on paved street only I 32000. CHSA. paneled wall, picture window 3BR. 2 BA brick home 2-cor garage
NO THRU TRAFFIC on a court 3/1. house I I. nestled ..m'J 8 pecan trees.rna"Y omenltte
$21 .500. j *3 ACRES ON GRIFFIS LOOP with well C/B In town central heat S air. hard. ,
22 ACRES nice land with over 500' frontage on paved 8 eptle. Owner will consider financing. wood floor, only 41400. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties

road. Owner financing. __

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II ., Starke Want "Ads... '" f __ Keystone Heights A1s.T'




$14 99 per month. Call 964.6946. tfn MobIl. Homes and spaces for te>nt Cam <-7SS-eBLsB Ml Fie Red! Lsreire Cell MtiJy' ."' efficiency, apartments, 1 or 2 BR PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobile 7 from 9-? 103 SW 4th St., Hawthorn.
CHEVY 4.4 PARTS: Sr ton anything you Recreational vehicles welcome hane lk. oe. 7 3IJHN gd,4I73.29P9. 'I' tfnchg homes pools decks sidewalks Free Furniture, appliance, toys, children
"need Axles. front or rear auto 964.7498. 9/16 tin GOVERNMENT. JOBS SI*.,.O4OSS LAKE GENEVA I or 2 BR furnished estimates, Call Rob 473.3590. 1/1 and large ladies cloth.... tpd 2/5
itansm" transfer cases, 2 different, NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 ..23O: "r Moor 11oo..9. CallllI Penned o. handyman caretaker couple tfnchg 445 DOVE ST. Fri. S Sat. from 94. Men
types spring lift block., big U bolts. BA opt. For more information call Lake aS47 aa9! Id. It SStM floor cumem. Bweflennedl" $200 to $27S ma. 473.7269 or LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. women and children' clothe,
Call 964.5812. Hedeiell Ibsit. 12 II .. d 2 Call The household mist 1 Itpd 2/5
TFce Butler Apts 4963141. Equal' Opportunity S 37ft-774 on 378-8622 '/) tfnchg Lawn Barber. 473.3590. Free good,
NEWSPAPER PLATESi. Aluminum. Housing 6/7 tfnchg neUCK MMnfiRSs E-pexi'_.
Measures 24x36 25 cent each. Great ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia; Hotel SB needed MM" be 23 .M* gaud dill""''''. home AC screened porch boat ramp FLOOR SAGGING DOOR DRAGGING REAL ESTATEPRICE
for patching and repair TELEGRAPH per night. From $35 per week D.scaunt reward worth lk.rvta.ir W e offer nreUent 1395 "ma $200 dep 249.7884. 4tchg House out ol level? Call LaRue Leveling
135 W Call St. 9646305. offered for longer term. Apply in per eqe sneimt and keaekas" Apply T 29> 2' ,". Service, for all your foundation REDUCED excellent building lot.
ROLLS OF HAY All ''III ......._ ......11. beak time M'411 repairs. 473.7721.
: $25 $20 hay under can Magnolia Hotel. Walnut St. across 2 BR FURNISHED cottage, AC deck 1/1 tfnchg Close to lake. Priced to sell quick.
large barn on west side of Hwy 16 from Post Office. TF De...o.. Bled Fems-aciDilla. File d...... $295 ma Ml June I, $200 dep FURNITURE I ANTIQUE Refinishing. United Realty of Starke, 964.8447. 1/22
about 7 miles north of Starke toward APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Newly f904-4776aeAu>> "Mesh IWe" wniWnm""- :200niUnolPemacollaLEOC _.7S84. 4t'Chg29219 Hand rubbed oil finish, Call Jac tfnchg

prison. Order your hay and leave It decorated everything furnIshed. Laundry : 2 Skama72DGENUAL :; .NEW 14X42 single; wide, 2 BR, 1 '/. BA, 473 2521. I/I tfnchg
under, my barn until you need it. facilities; included. Video room omcc WOMb WV tVadfomdlMlwtllinie AC S25O deposit Applications now ALL KINDS CARPENTRY and Masonry
Delivery available at extra charge. Arthur available. Will accept: one child no Fenesim. ""' *,.. U S. 301 N being.taken 4737770. 2tpd 1/29.2/5 work. Additions, patios, trailer skirts. OPPORTUNITIES
Goskms 782.3727 or 964.6167. pets. Palm. Apt.., 2313 N. Temple Stack.29 2wfc j 2 OSXGttTEWD FOK RENT OR SALE 3 BR double wide. 2 4734473 4tchg 1/15.2/5
10 30 tfnchg Ave.. Staike 32091. 5/1 TF MIMSES: Out p a.eMM..itall BR single wide CH/A. Clay County. CARPET CLEANING Truck mounted YOU can make money without leaving
HAY: ALICIA $25 per roll at farm. PINE FOREST APTS. 2 & 3 BR opt. now staff Duos Mpemmgs fee Mil and Bolt. 47S-1I269> Ask for Jackie, or 659.2269. steam extraction Free estimate C & home It'* simple SASE K. Stelnkc! ,
Delivery available. 7 miles west of avail. Call 9.5. Mon. thru Fri 964 6312 mime |.ppsmiiinii.s.. BumMand.) IHtoscumri! off. Jfchg P 29.2/5 B Carpet and Upholstery cleaning Box 15496, Gainesville, Fl 32604.
Storks on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gaskins. 1/8 tfnchg .... e cfoalkefiKywngj coffee .in.* awir. new FARE GENEVA HOUSE for rent, furnished 473.7770. 4tpd 1/29.2/19
964 8356. 11/13 tfnchg TRAILER. HAMPTON LAKE. Hwy 18. *uf toc4rty emrs6 tr.qioriwi. pay arid e.- 4732455. ftchg 2/5 WILL DO HOUSECLEANING Call HOMES FOR SALE
5 HP KAWASAKI GO-CART, like, new. nished. Adults only no pet. S22S ceMemlt b...*f.*.sweetemll pecladnmg KEYSTONE AREA Unfurnished 7 room 473.4610. ask for Sue. Itpd 2/5
$390 9648848 or 473.3627. 11/20 month 468 1829. 1 29 hollMtay <."II. One yimed MOTHER
plus deposit hawse on Deer Springs Lake $375 mo WILL CARE FOR CB
.. .... .
ttnchg 2tch 205WAREHOUSE g prtt4l Apxrilixan CHILDREN
pHu d>posit. 47 -7517. Itpd 2/5 daily and on weekend Affordable house, one block from schools,
PINE FIREWOOD FOR SALE You load. $5 STORAGE SPACE for rent centers DON. .friSB9 emit 3X9 IOC: Brand please .
MELROSE: new 2 BR, 1 BA CH/A, call Debbie 473 7529. 55000. Make offer C.B. Isaac Realty.
Del pickup load. Tatum SawmIll. by the month. 5x10 to 10.20. 10x1O I 292ucfg2 05HAMtsmm W/W carpet W' O> hook-up. screened 2/5 3tpd 2/19 475.2199. 1/1 tfnchg
1823690. 12/18 tfnchg $35 month. Call Ron Denmaifc. NCCDfXft:: Roes e. giean ed964777 ,
per porch" energy efficient $40 (plus or 4 BR/2V. BA screened pool & patio
HALF PRICED I I Slashed 50% Our best 964.7071. 1/15 tfnchg vam..nMM, FaB.8 psrt-tae. p.trsoira... imvws) mo electric' $295 mo. plus HELP WANTED brick home 200 ft, on road near

large flashing arrow sign $299! OFFICE SPACE on Call Street next to .Esp and ielloev.ng. preferred deposit. 475.-1968. 4tchg 2/5.26 schools, owner finance, $$109OOO%
Lighted non-arrow $2891 Unlighted Telegraph. 600 sq. ft. 15 by 40 feet 2 SltKfea, EXPERIENCED) Bartender and waitress, down. Call after 6 p.m. 473-4058.
$249! Free letters I See locally. Call CKPCUEMCtD CHOW MKCTOK: needed
to. Phone 964.6305. 1 IStfnbf
MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE Keystone. Call Patrick after 7 p.m at 4tpd 1/15-2/5
day' Factory: 1.800.423.0163 lotall dtMmik. nMeresiied, Bfemecoll
anytime AVAILABLE:4 1 home
4734854. 3 BR 2 BA
fcan 87.32PUREBRED $275 mo.: 1 1 upstairs apartment. $16S 964-7256 air fc4-75oO. 25 2w 11I9
house lots of extras. Will consider takIng
ARABORNE MARE In foal. 2'I2 NEW I4XM :3'2. 13995. Only at Un
mo. TIFFIN 8 OWENS. lie R E. Broker
Unusual opportunity for 1500. All pro. 9645065. IIchg 2/5 LOOK: Awn *_ejeiiiismii.es needed. clelToys, Ocala 3S1>.8514. 4tchg 2/5.26 Clay County property in trade,
ceeds go to Teen Hot.Line. Can be seen 3 BR. 2 BA HOME: on Crystal take. VccaneonMaSIOper Drawr"'- CaM YOU PAY SALES TAX tog and title house or lots 475.3309. 2tpd 1/29.2/5
at Aruborn'i Arabians. 468.1735. 1/29 $450' yr. lease min. TiHm, 8 Owens. Karana 72.:3OM 2 S IKJ| Move m' today! Free credit check by PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible FOR SALE BY OWNER: Keystone Heights
2tchg 2 05 9645065. Lie R. E. Broker 2 S Hchg12x65 Stc ETARYRICIPi1ON.Sl CASHH: it. phone Only at Uncle Roy s. Ocala. ,items and antiques Used furniture, 3/2 CH/A on. one acre fenced lot.
FARMALL/ CUB TRACTOR w/disc. and MOBILE HOME IN COUNTRY: 3 BR ou... *0WPM 10 Itey_lilt ctofttyna.deal > 3511 85 114. 4rchg2/5-26 glassware [jewelry and much more Screened patio, wood deck with Jacuzzi
cultivators. Runs good. $1600. Call 1 '/, BA. Partially furnished Now tok with pdb&c. enpeitiemcepT UNCLE ROY'S Mobile, Homes. King of Come see for yourself. Ono mile east and much more. Call for an appoint.
964-5S23. ask for Leon 1/29 tfnchg ing applications Phone 964.5734. 1 29 ..4e ...i. tmtt\tm\ bemcf, ict: |fHrteire Senwnce. since, "465% down. Select t of Keystone Heights' on Highway 100 ment. 964.7684. days, or 473.4275,
NICE TOPPER for short wheel base truck. tfn teiJ. sap fw to _- .. EJmfarmtP.etsh rrwxtel( sold at coht Free phone-in 473.2183. 1/1 tfnchg nights. 1/29 4tchg 2/19

$100. Call 964.8848 or 4733627. 1/29 TAKING APPLICATIONS for 2 BR mobile I03S bJUandt..... by moan crettit Featuring Homes of Merit, BINGO American Legion Post Hwy 21 2 BR, 1 BA HOUSE new roof 8 deck
tfn ham. on large shaded lot 2 miles from "'....d. Feb 9. l.*7. 2MOBILE 5111C1Ing SlyILmeFleetwood and Liberty, North. Sunday afternoon 2.5. and deep well own septic, on black top.
NOW IN YOUR AREA! Make unlimited Stark.. :SI 85 plus $1OO security deposit Only at UncleRoy's, Ocala Saturday at 7 p.m. Public Invited 1/15 Lot 100 x 200 cleared. 21500.
phone calls anywhere In USA anytimewith Call 964 6479 after 5 p.m. 1 29 tIn HOMES J-8514.4tchg 2/5-26 tfnchg Telephone 8671985. 2/5 Itpd

Ideal Z.tel. Call Kay Lock. ((214)) COMFORTABLE AND CONVENIENT 1 BR FOR SALE UNCLE: BOYS Mobile homes King of
363.9065. or Jill, Baker ((214)) 2411199. apt. for rent. Call 964 6752. 2 5 hpd Service, since 1946. 5% down. Select FOR SALEKEG NOTICE

Icon 87 33 COMMERCIAL BUILDING: 800 sq tl models sold!! at cost, F,.. phone-in
1978 TAURUS TRAVEL TRAILER. 28'. good Close to 301 Courthouse. 964 8292 2, S NEW USED apOI HOMES Coil Kay cneol Featuring Homes of Merit BEER dispenser with hookups; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub.
condition 964.8484. 2/5 tfn Wads of AWf Mctoile Strums ..
2tchg 2'12 Skyline, Fleetwooct! and Liberty Only Ethan Allen 5 pc. wall unit $550; Hon mitted to the Lake Region Monitor office .
FIRE WOOD FOR SALE truck ...*.01. a \* nftmwDOUetEMnCC.
$40 or
load. IN WALDO 14 wide unfurnished mobile
alt U\ltcl.lto.,'s in Ocala 351.8514. 2/5 do riding mower/tractor $1800: VW in writing and paid, In advance
Hay $2.75 bale 50 cents per bale home. 2 BR CHSA. stove. refng. C 31M2 !BA far sate 4"11I92/26- dunebuggy mint condition, $2500, unless credit Is already establishedwith
delivery fee Call 468.1579, ask for Andy washer dryer hook-up No pets $200 payments abnwt S22S SSmO "deem pay" float boat, 1 seat sailboat, ; exec swivel this offce.MONITOR .
2/5ltpd month. 1st last & sec dep meet "free" dek.ery .* sea.tuff," AM gourd
per chair small swivel choir, many misc. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
S/S REF. $150; washer $100; dryer $75; 468.1509. keep trying 2'5 2 combo unit stove ref. & sink. $60; New HOUSE. 2 BR. 1 BA stove. refng, 8 AC Cewie Snarls ft. 9M-SAO6 lIflllltlh9 & BOATS 450 CEMENT BLOCKS 8X16 new. 50 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
king size bed. 1509644157.25 Itpd 1st month plus $100 deposit. 9647895 I.B cents each 4734851. Itchg 2/5 THE TELEPHONE.
BABY RABBITS $3 each 964.4274, 12 2/5 IIpdMOBILE UNCLE OY1 MOMLJE HOME, leg Sea CAMERA Yashlca! Tele.Electro Many Classified deadline Is 11:00
a.m. priorto
pm 2:30: p.m. and after 5 p.m. 2/5 HOME ON HAMPTON LAKE: 2 29c..ir. ... l*.... 5"". dawm Setoxltmodel 171 RED DATSUN 240Z in good condition extras, excellent shape, see to appreciate Thursday publication. :

ItpdAPPRO BR. screen porch $250 mo. utilities m sold! OIl resit fire* pra )X. 20 ROLLS OF RIG credit For Homes cI 25
INSULATION eluded Call 468.1777. 2 5 Itpd Sttytim" Recorder Player AC/DC. $12: then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
below cost. 964.8848 or 473.3627. 2/5 2/1 WITH GARAGE: 615 E. WashingtonNo Flewtwaod' *. Lvwnty CM, ait lukncne NEW AMERICAN MADE cars and light Panasonic Radio, Cassette Recorder
tfn pets References required Coll Roy s. Ocala 3511-8SI4. 2 S 4nt9" 2 36 trunks' of STSO1 over factory invoice, Player AC/DC $25. All A.I shape.
TOPPER FOR SHORT WHEEL BASE after 5 p.m. 4733628. 1/29 tin HOMES Of....T:24.52 3.*.. 7&* held gwatomfeed F4J Distributors Reynolds Keystone'473.7183. Itpd 2/5

CHEVY. Slide windows with rear pass RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per monthand kitc1' >eto. fnraotoc Many aeriesLocated 4173-3033 Ask about our home water .-....-... .._. .
through. Excellent condition. $225. up. Call Susan F Faulkner, Broker n Stone S2O 473.7650. 1/15 4tchg 2/S Owner at 964 5069 or 964-4048 TF 332 2532 o*_ 5 p_ II 793' x12 12 Webb .
BRASS BED. Queen size complete with CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: fo. rent On 197* MOME HOME 2 Ml 2 BA. OMI*> 'J ,:
N. Water ut :
Classified Ads \ Street iJ.1'
'nulti. coil orthopedic mattress set & Highway 16 W. Close to prison fmoncmg' 964 ..S4. 2 stiesSHADY .. I "+ ..1
tor. I M IIIA! call WM-M63 ; 964-7100 ,t I ; .
frame (New never used) Still in or 4681323. 10,10 Tfchg Get ResultsBROADWAY ..
plastic Cost $1000 1 will take $345 cash. FURNISHED efficiencies 8 mobile homes day or 46l777 mKjfai. / 2 Iflcttig I a 1.1.J ] "
Ph 462 5153. 1 15 4tpd 2/5 inside city weekly 8 monthly JO tU USED MOME HOME goad xamUman. 2 ( Because I'm such a sweetheart .
DINETTE TABLE AND CHAIRS, $100; two Motel 8 MH Park 964 8810. 6 5 TF 8* 2BA.S320C Coill *3I BM< > 2 5 2>pd ay All sweaters $3.00 during February
house trailer axles and 5 tires & rims, 2 BR MH furnished $190 per month 2" 12 +o'iaionaro+---+a'oraa'or a+'wior'ot ona
$200 Entertainment center w'records, $150 deposit No children or pets Call468.1323.18av.me..age.10301f"chg 9U GRAMMOOM DOUMEW1OC MOMEHOME.3Seaiin.mnii & WALTERS
Beth,. cemmnol Una
$50 4963605. 2/5ltpd TREE SERVICE CLEANING & DYE CO. ..
7 SPACE GUN CABINET, sliding glass ON KINGSLEY LAKE 3 BR mobile home and an fwepilatw *K*'leiM> .caraMmnSmeal -

doors with lockable ammo drawer Heal 8 AC year lease.-no pets. adults. equity. reftmm .Ca 964 8093\ ,, Removal PROFESSIONAL -SERVICES OFFERED 4D''J; .k.. ,II.
$75 firm Call 9648092. 8.5 ask for only. 533.2366. 12'4 TFN B S .ak far Defcaue: at .&. AM afro. ': ,
"Quality Work, law, low prices '
Debbie Call 964.6604 after 6:00: 1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake in 6'00 pie. 2 5 "finMOWLE Trimming $1495'
2 5 tfnREFRIGERATOR p.m. Keystone Heights AC fireplace $250 HOME TO K MOVED. CapelllanSO Stump Removal (Any Room & Hall) . . . . . . Available
FOR SALE: Clean excellent per mo. 1.247.1604. 12/18 tfnchg 2 ... endow an Good oldie Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture cleaningand
condition, $160 4962090. 2/5 MOBILE HOME. 2 BR nice condition hon S3600! 96-1 e619 2 5 lpd Firewood otter bids on commercial work.
NEED CHICKEN FERTILIZER? Call large private lot on GrrHis loop 194 flEETWOOO. ....tIG 2.. 2 !BA. Free Estimate Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice
964.5562 or 964.6626. 2/5 2tpd 2/12 468.2374 after 6 pm. 1 '29 2tchg 2 05 CHSA 10x29 screen patch ft. sUurfimgSB .
TAPPAN RANGE self.cleaning oven. UNFURNISHED 2 BR DUPLEX: $250 per .000 COY *64 7130 Km. awpmMtaemtPERSONAL .. 473-7097-473-7679 Roomi over Call 964-4997 Call 'Mbeot
like new $250. Phone 9645508. 2/5 mo. plus sec dep. Call 964-8566 after 5 290 sq ft Chick Yellow pages In local'phone book .t..tonl.
Chamber at Commerce
extra charge nil Worn Guarantied
p.m. 1/292tpd2/05 SERVICES After 5P.M.Keystone .
NOTICE 12x65 MOBILE HOME: 3 BR on 1 acre lot
$250 per month. 964.4238. 1'29 tin CHAIN UMK FEJMCE: fcntfloHvd f.e* Heights
UNFURNISHED 3 BR, 1 BA MOBILE HOME: estimates Hand.. *.Man Fence Co Licensed & Insured
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 209 N. St. Clair St. $200 per mo. plus Owner Tawny .eadl's' .914-8569 "Mm" r6 CYPRESS MULCHand
to the Bradford County security deposit, Coll 964 5523 ask for GLASS CWt TO 0RDIt: Doors -daw
Telegraph office In writing and paid In Leon. 1/29 tfnDOUBLEWIDE e c. JACKSON mwmxxrmG sumv I
advance unless credit Is already MOBILE HOME: 3 BR 2 BA %4-6078. Orders allso. .takers .... talli. .
established with this office. on private property near Hampton Butler. 496-3079.....Keyeor.Iltrits. PINE BARKYou
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Elem. School. $290 per mo.. plus 473- 973. 2'26 *!
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN security deposit Call 468.1559. I '29 HANDYMAN""", aamllino. elxtrjcaj pick-up or We Deliver
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 2tchg 2/05 cooBoUeite ..0..... ireDomreosonable

THE TELEPHONE. 1 BR APARTMENT: On 2nd floor. No pets. 11 rotes Lcemed, cantMacKrar. Train to be* Minimum yds. on Delivery
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY one child. $135 per mo. Call 964 8498. Call Mitch 473.3949. I .i..m
NOON prior to Thursday publication. 1/29 IfnUNFURNISHED FAIItflB.D ROOF IG. Free esitiimoKes.licensed Cypress Lumber
Minimum, charge is 15 words for$3.50. 3 BR. 1 BA HOME: Outside enwred and ........... All
then 15 cents for each word thereafter. city limit on 3/4 of. $260 mo.. 'types ct.tooling. and reaotfs. 48S-1S56 e 964-6649
plus SI50 1 sec dep. 964 5033. 1/292tpd or 374-1443 .....-. 9 II Irilmcmo,
2/05 Will REPAIR ErnGCBATCXS and

REAL ESTATE BRICK. 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath carport. "freezers,, ..s lay.......1......sell or fcodleused _._ _ _ .
utility room, central heat 8 air. appliances' *! -2D'iIO. 12 25 "din"
FOR SALE Available Feb. 15. 1987. 9646490. GUITAR. BANJO AND EIEC. BASS I PHONE
9648877. 2/5 tfn LESSONS: CaM Glen MWMC: Hawse PHONE

SMALL 2 BR HOUSE Carpet CH'A. (Studio). .9648120Hawrs. : Tess..Fri. II 904.964.8063 904964.6477
UNITED REALTY OF STARKE: 1640B S. Prefer quiet couple No pets. $235 per a m to 19 11'_. Sat.--Mat 9 --. So 2 :&&$,*ItAVEjt'SCHOOt;
Walnut St. 964.8447. Fred Sackett p..... l/292tdng2 05 '
Sec. 964 6680. Available
mo. dep.
Broker. John Curies Associate. 12/18 Saturday 2. after 12 p.m. 2/5 Itpd HANDYMAN: Add. ..... po TFN and roc&s g. Ej --.
FOR THE QUALIFIED BUYER: No down carpentry ....... Free esi .aiie s. Cold AND FILL DIRT
payment on this 3 BR, 1 '/. BA brick COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ....-4837 2/SI1Bd
A GREAT BUY 9 acres beautiful BR 1 ROUTE 2, BOX 358
bath home. Separate workshop S car. FOR SALE
port Fenced 2 septic tanks, 2 wells, 12x CORNER OF Call 8 Thompson ,
65 MH Included. 400 ft. Hwy 100 fron Streets: 2 story masonry building Fill Dirt. Top Soil Tractor Work fljr iM "p"
67500. United of Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. 4/10TF 1
tage Realty Stark..
Bulldozer _ _
Backhoe. _
Hwy 301 S. 964.8447. 1/15 tfn 2.000 SQ. FT. COMMERCIAL BUILDING ._.
on Hwy 301 in downtown Storke for
r- 964-6182 964-5823
sale by owner. Ideal for retail or of ,

LOSTFOUNDREWARDI fices. $50.000. Call 964.5139 or i
964.8173. 1/22 4tchg 2/19 ii

I Two lost dogs: 1 male redbone FOR SALE BY OWNER, 600 sq.ft. building i
and one male walker. Call Merrill zoned residential/office, located on AT1IEWS! REALTY F "Beoutify Your
Grlffis. 964.6767. Itpd 25BOATS Hwy 301, 3 miles North of Stark. 130 Home"
frontage on 301. Can be used as office 411 W. Madison CB Cut Brick Siding
or two bedroom house. $40.000. Call e
Slarke. .... / or Cut Stone
964.5139 or 964.8173. 1/22 4tchg 2/19 1Xa USHERYour
RETAIL SPACE: 600 sq. ft. 1.600 sq. ft. REALTOR *ts-M Vinyl SidingAluminum

$187.50 and up. Tiffin 8 Owens. 1i.w..1bnW.a115 Siding Union County Realtor
1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. 964.5065. Lie. R.E. Broker. 2/5 Itchg -LAMrTET AREA 1O eoe ...... oeaee
Mercury and trailer. $1800, Dale f CollHomes 496-2126 or 496-2903

Brown. 9646050. 10/2 tfnW FLORILANOpra -ulnlr .21 2 M. i BA. nW. w.... Beautiful 360 W. Main St., Lake Butler

pima eaoepht. Pw&. 160..000.. .
REALTY 1 I I PRATT SIJ 3/1 CM/A ssave.LAWTtY 9L 6766
flat J TTrtA r.kb9.wcnor.eoe..c.rigIan. 24 hrs. Financing 4n
YO -//UV BtAlIOB* -"':.5011-......... b 536..000.tAWT' !

393 N. Temple A,.. I AREAI Ondy 10% ......... .COMPLETELY REDECORATED HOME on Lake Avenue. A i
Vernie P. Odom Broker-CRI 0.aoooce -'vi brit
real showplace. Great location. Walk to town; 1 '/. blocks to i
_.3_.211A. bandde.gBe
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1159 roan arlh .......... Ig. .... '4.- -3 M. 2 BA MH 1 plus Ac. lot, lake. Some financing available.

INVESTMENT PROPERTY Reel He.i- 2w ........ Pole ace.... Added room 12 forct.es. .
ble with qualified buyer. AICA3 3 .. 1 BA. atl A.. 1 S29SOO. .RIVER FRONTAGE gives this 3 yr. old home on extra treat. !

Irr City Knnn.Uii.tMritftpla r I Pharmacists. CHi A. 3 plus ee'''. M/TUX 3 M. 2 BA. OVA.terge ( fenced in I.t.,. $2.000 down. and
PRICE LOWERED Middl.a.32. .-, eree. .....o...V S41. 00LJ ..000. f. from high bluff. Country atmosphere owner '
HM km* II.-..... fullv ...hr.... pMrnwM. U> /t ecre in counh,. l it 22-S.... toned II5F or MHI46Home C Business Bldg. fronting financing make for a quick sale.
_,.'..'.:...... amyOWr. emnpuiirday.rmay *'/ ACRE CITY 2/1 (Bedrooms %A. tVus ert troMM 2 ..... ..... I US 301. A must on your list to see) '

ph. Nun .00 ate !new) stove, ,efrl,.. near .rfiools.I t ..........,........M4..3... f 41 1-3 ... 1 BA Southern Estate .85 YEAR OLD OLD-FASHIONED HOME. Lots of gingerbreadon
......... ..... .
'tn I. 70 MOBILE HOME pow _Ncottog. I BA MM. 2 oben .. S .... Reduced. j.
Chad. ""...... I2 X home on 3 pfus lowfey. 1 acre surrounded by trees and shrubs. Located In above j
M.......... ..hwy ..._,......, ....._ .. Let .1 ie I XT X 11$'. -OftCSUY lAG Bull rAsBb Ao- sef,00o.pros. .
innnliw, bo.. wlwnma. .._.. fuN 1 M 153' ..aserfroef eels t7.ree LanaeeCBanroion, Broker average neighborhood. Worthy of restoring. A diamond In
r....p... b.n.lil. iMludrnd ...,..,....._ ISMrnw.nrs SAMPTON LAKE -
pnrflt ..........mnd. poOl ........*. VoffMtvntUi mobile home, '/ acre....d, lot.2V X '-. 'JTTROUT REALTY the rough
.... mint MW i4sci. I
AREA 237
...dorm. w..Belt 753N47xdi I 10' screened porch metal storage -NOOIWI : ApPaa. some MJnounge

erne, xmrk li.v _7551 Ins bide bldg., corporch ..tt.ch.d.4 of high taii9 lad sea.-rb4 prat ;. '. 4-t 31 For more Information on the above 2-story homes and op t
P" Ike eJ.rkwmdM. hookup owner fin...... 1t. any: ;
r322113<1211 LOTS IN CITY. Cenerly Estetes .....---......... 4nJItMeEDWAmS polntments to see, call today.
JANE S. USHER 496-2126 or 496-2903
lID.App..l.oea.riM1 ,
Graham.IN eM.... TIMPlB
WINN-'ecrX: ., CITY > 17V. ecres._. fi in.ncrr. dbl/-w. dirgtee plug irasee '"-. .......-- STAIII"E. r L saoslE.4xeR..A : Your Union County Realtor
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February 5,1987 B SECTION Pagr
Starke Man KilledIn

Home Duval AccidentA "*

Entertainment Concepts 30-yfur-old Starke man died Fri rUn County Ads "
day In Jacksonville of injuries sus- o
tained in an early morning accident.
Bradford Square Shopping Center 964-6946 Roger Lee Hester's 1974 Toyota

pickup ran into the back of a tractor- COMMERCIAL PROPERTY REAL ESTATE
169.95 trailer truck near Maxville/ on Nor-
Fisher "HI-FI to Go" System Re9- mandy Boulevard at 6:45: a.m. Jan. RENTLEASEOFFICE LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY -

Sale 919Fui 30. Hester was dead at the scene, according ? If I don't have rt, IU find f-iMtask.
with Bunt-In Equalizer to police. AND WAREHOUSE SPACE JANE S. US"' ... MEA1TO
The tractor-trailer truck had just located In Union County Tlm. 4962126 or 496-2903. .-.. "YOUM
pulled out onto Normandy from a .building. Call for Information. UNION COUNTY REALTOK."tie
'\ ana versatile' minis ffintlwr (jortattilfetiigh private driveway and was headingeast 496-2261.-.
OFFICE SPACE near court house In lok.But.r. SEE OUR DISPLAY AD far Cwnmeroal
when the owned
fidelity njratB, SJBSE ngjlffl! aitomgj pickup, byHester's Outlaw 2/9
:ICSnller I Commercial Call 4963004. Itchg. 2/5 property. Realty. liwhg!
employer, Ross -
wtiefevm ,ynui vwant1' # ttaiultltrmWWIfflW! U
11 Service Inc. In Jacksonville
stereo 'tuner aratt ) HELP WANTED
-- struck the back of the larger truck. HOMES
cassette mleciksecttmmIVtmstfleWmun The driver was charged with failingto
1 a vonte rmuwc'ttinmiiigtn ogfoll souinmlingj yield the right of way. $60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for rwmoilingl
Two-wa4l dataatnafciie"5pnw Brim P!(lus x Q Witnesses told police Hester was l I.tt.r. from horn I Send .If-( GOVERNMENT HOMES fROM SI (U
built m SttoaTOfl gra ntnc( Qluathen ..Jlllswsym M driving about 55 mph, however, no addr..t.d, stamped .nvalap for In. repair). Delinquent itojf prosperity, .
,, 10 RURIOT Collin hiemtRut' W (BIT I evidence indicating that Hester triedto lormotlon/opplicotion. A..oclotm, Repossessions. Call I( OS)687-OW) >.
n, wr"'lIllinrr ifler iBiermr; emireinlni I brake before hitting the truck was Box 95.B, Ro..ll., NJ. 07203. 1/15 Ext. GH-1136, for eu.trepo, ha.
,. .... found, said police. lOtpd. 3/19 1/S8tpd. 3/5
i- .1e n on N'Ie Pastor of the New Hope Congregational EARN S4.87. HOUR W.n..d a..l.tanc* I I. THREE BEDROOM 2 BATM.study fcmng.dining .
Methodist Church at New evaluating and responding to daily utility, 2 carports. forge iore.ii
work report submitted by our agents porch storage building tAtrlimr\ -
River, Hester moved to Starke three
Fisher 7 -Watt Per throughout the state. No experience lows apartment large lot. good) Boeotian.
Channel months from
: I ago Macclenny. .
necessary: Paid to complete training. 380 N W. 3rd St. Call lor appointment
599 Work at home. For Information send 4963027. Itpd. 2/5
Audio Component System Sale. ; Keystone Heights Man .sell-addressed stamped .nv.lop., 9 LAKE BUTLER AREA 3 BR. 2 BA. CMtA.
$529 Dies In Car AccidentA 1/2 inches long to: AWGA. Dept. E, Large lot, only $41,500.2/StEe
Box 49204, Atlanta Ga. 30359. Itpd.

28-year-old Keystone Heightsman MASONRY. PLUMBER. ELECTRICIAN .
r Key Features died Friday, Jan. 30, at the Th. Reception and M.dical C.nt.r In FOR SALE
I hall. I O 70 Wall per channel minimum scene of a one-car accident north of Lake Butler has the following temporary
l I RMS power Into 8 ohms, from Lake Geneva positions available for a construction BRASS BED Queen sue, complete' Orthopedic
2OHx-2OkHz, with no more than Robert Kenneth Powers was project: Masonry plumber mattress set and,,_.New
III I i"It n1't' wl O.5M THDI southbound on CR-214 north of Twin electrician $8.06 p.r hour. Call RMC still In plastic Cost S1.OOO. _!II for
Lake Road when his 1986 Toyota left Personnel Office' ((904)) 496-2222 or $345. cash Call (9044625153.( ) I/IS
ill Built.in band graphic equalizer for the roadway for an unknown reason, come In person. Equal opportunity 4tpd. 2MLOWRY
III II l Ni .* custom tailoring of music according to Trooper J. Beden- employer. 2/5 IIchgFOR SPINET ORGAN. $320. PM out
c i 14c ; a High speed dubbing 'for convenient baugh. Powers' apparently lost con- buffet table-seats 12. $50. Krtehen
III IIiIIIt i RENT table and chairs, $75 Call 496-3027..
I' erii -cassette recording trol of the Toyota which was totalled
itliwle e t i Ill F Magnetic stray-field compensated when it struck a tree. Itpd. 2516FOOT
1t I t speakers allow placement next to a Powers was killed instantly in the OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE UPRIGHT FROST FREE FREEZER

f television without causing picture 9:40: p.m.accident, according to located In Union County Times Building BUNK$125.BEDS Call 4962105.like, new.l-tpd.$75.2/5...... Cad
Homocide Investigator Scott Ram- at 150 West Main. Call .496-2261. for ,,
496-2978. offer 7 p.m. "pd. 2/5
II it it i't! l bach. more information tin BABY SWING both tub car _, baby
_ interferenceFISHER* clothes. Call 496.3096. Itpd. 2/5
L-- all electric central heat and
air private paved road, laundry and
park playground. Near schools, hasp., YARD SALE
state facilities. PINES SR-121 east Lake
Doll-ings Set Show Butler. Call 4962366. Two children
GARAGE SALE Continuous
Feb. 14 at Oaks max., and no pets, chg/tfn 11/13 strnkp
Saturday February 7th.925 South take
Tab Home A VCR HOUSE FOR RENT Two bedroom
QualifyPanasonic Sharp one Ave.. across from school.! Itpd. 2/5
Everyone who has ever loved a bath. Completely renovated carpet
VCR Remote Control special doll or enjoyed watching a stove, refrigerator.' $200 p.r month.
child play with a special doll will en- First, lost plus security. Coll 496-2995. LAND FOR SALE
joy seeing the myriads of different after 6 p.m. 1/22 4tpd. 2/12
see Cccfitul wi All the Features dolls from all over the area in the an- CO's CHECK US OUT) Clean rental 1 TO 3 ACRE LOTS Owner f.---. tout
$1 049 nual Doll-ings Doll Show, set for homes tailored to your pay schedule. down payment. Call.96-39391IIhs/dog.
with aD the 1bAac;s par week $299D Saturday, February 14, in the Oaks PINES SR121 |lust south of SR100 In 1/29
Mall in Gainesville.The lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg.
WIN APPROVED CREDIT Gainesville OFFICE SPACE Near court house in Lake
Doll-ings of will be CARSTRUCKSAUTOS
Butler Call 4963004. 2/5
sponsoring their 12th Annual Doll Itchg. _
Show. Area residents are invited to
bring their own dolls to show and MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE All vehicles sold at
.[= rsr.--r..s..rwis.lsaa.wswcir=+- wholesale price Seeing ,to bedewing
.. compete for ribbon awards. Hours
"379 ;;-I It I "" for registration are from 9:30: to 12'. 45' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1 Miller Auto Sales. Moon Street lake
.... n's: Butler. Phone
4963407.: 2/5
l' ttpd.
.L ,_._. J
= : 10:30: a.m. The show starts at 11 a.m. 1/2 bath central heat and air. Must
.. .lrs :.:.-_'.... .- and will close at 4 p.m. see to appreciate. $6,000. Call
Safe359PAYASLJTTiE One entry in each of the categorieswill 496-0071. 12/4. tfn/chg. MISCELLANEOUSREDUCE
t lil alwRerrnl1 be accepted from each ex $250 DOWN-BALANCE LIKE RENT.
hibitor. The Doll-ings of Gainesvilleis Owner financed See Sid at Miller Auto SAFE AND FAST with GoSese
-- ._- .. an organization to create, Sales Main Street 4963407. Itpd. 3/3 Tablets and E-Vap "waf_ pills". Andrews -
stimulate and maintain an interestin 1985 FLEETWOOD 14x64'Two. bedroom. Drugs-Lake Butler. ltpd.2SMOTORCYCLES
PAY AS LITTLE PAY AS LITTLEAS all matters pertaining to doll col- 2 bath. Central heat and air.Call for Information
lecting and to establish and promote 496-2591, after I p.m.
AS SLED per week AS *9.50 per week *1117 per week educational and phllathropic tfh/chg. 2/5
1983 14'x70' MOBILE HOME Three
tth: a v< gatttt with>approved credit with credit endeavors through dolls. For many
approved bedroom 2 bath central heat and air
years the club has donated dolls and 1911 YAMAHA XP2SO dirt or street bike.
on acre lot. $20,000. Call 4963083. Good shape. $550. Call 49638B2.Itchg. .
toys as well as monetary contributions -
for the Emergency Children's NOTICE 2/5
For those in the Lake Butler area LOST
who would be interested in entering CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
S in the show call Mrs. Majorie Drig- to the Union County Times oliice .BLACK FEMALE DASCMUMD-
I In writing and paid In advance
at 4963737.
gers CHIHUAHUA MIX opro. tO libs.Answer .
unless credit is already established
to Cindy. Lost in Wanhmgtan
with this office.
Thank You!... THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Springs area. Reward. Fleas' cat

SHARP 13U15STELEY1SICH SHARP 19LP56TELEVISION SHARP 25LT16TELEVISION Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 496-3044 or 485-1950. Call collect. lift
help in our recent sorrow. For the THE TELEPHONE.

Remote Iii :$293L Remote Reg. $339. Reg. $469. beautiful service, floral) offerings, Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E.
NOON prior to Thursday publication.
and other kindnesses, we are deeply Lake 496-397B.
Main Sleep Butler.
Minimum charge 15 words for S3 50,
329 $319 $387 grateful. Complete Insurance Service. 4/19.tin.
GASH CASH then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
CASH Special thanks to the doctors,
nurses, and cafeteria staff at Lake

SONY KV2B99RTRINTTRDn Butler Hospital Hand Surgery
"; IMCIIiIl'RJR'.tIIEaWER r Center and to Doyle Archer and
:' Brother Art Peterson.

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:Stereo toraadcaat maosuiildum! IC j i ? 9v lu Vivian, Margaret, DEALING WITH A DIFFICULT MOTHER

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181 (Charunal l catiteKnmimjpanlttte) l Express TUningiPrDgrarnrnatite -* i ij NIV''i ''I I Ido
tlnnDOnscream insellfbll :'lk this LETTER: "Please help us with a problem we have. I am married with
ul''I'I' !I Pi I a 2Mi year old girl who was born hyperactive and a difficult child. My
(display: mother is still trying to run my life and will always accuse me of never
IE:'p"eilsOom1lITmllSllldIt! ( (*'' lIeJIITrIDtetInttoll( !] SONY taking her advice.

.LightSrazlIiam) IfitaffiejuKisDnfl flrmalfli> Correction .. For example, my daughter's bedtime is 8:30 p.m. My mother insists it
should be 7-7:30 p.m. We've tried and if she goes to bed at 8:00 p.m. or
In last week's B-Section, an article earlier she's up from midnight on. How do I get my mom to back off and
said that "swing era" band leader accept her (my daughter) the way she is? We can't control her sleep patterns
Sale $529 ; ; Woody Herman would perform at etc., and at 8:30: she sleeps till 9:00: a.m. the next morning.
Reg. S5SS.Purchase. ; the University of Florida on Feb. 3. Also, my mom says, "If you have another child you'll never see me."
This article was an error. It should We're planning on having another one (our last) this year.Where does it
Televisionthis have read that Woody Herman concern her? She's not raising them. How can we keep any communication
Any would perform at the University of when it's all fights? I don't want to stop all communication for
North Florida in Jacksonville.The everyone involved."

weekend Thurs. Fri. Sat. Bradford County Telegraph ANSWER: I can assure you that you're not alone in facing this pro
apologizes for any inconvenience blem. But, it seems that your problem goes deeper than you may realute.
caused by this error on our part.r From your letter it appears that you are feeling a great deal of hoctuirjr
at Discount Price & Get 100 Movies to Watch FREE! against your mother. Also, it looks like it's been that for quite some
time. Before your relationship with her can begin to heal you need la be
open with yourself about your feelings. After you've done this consider
these steps:
First, recognize your relationship to her changed when you got mar-
Fisher Three-Way Speaker System ried. At that point,you became separated from her and one with your...-
band. This is not to say you cannot have a relationship with her but it
Scrap Metal means that you now have responsibilities as a wife and mother yourself.

Key Features The School Board of Brad You are not the daughter at home, nor can you be and have a happy mar-
-1 will sell It's] riage. That must be your first priority now. Otherwise, you may just end
II 8fcardi! new> fronr Fisher! This great- 8" woofer ford County up Back at home with a hyperactive daughter and no husband.
anunclintj! ;thme-wayl speaker system was 4" midrangeS scrap metal, Wednesday, Second, see your mother s behavior for what it is. She seems to be far
M specifically\ designed: for use with stereo 3" tweeter February 25, 1987. For further more interested in maintaining control over your life than your
P :twtausransl1 Their magnetic stray.field Magnetic stray-field compensated to Information, call daughter's.This could stem from many things such as a need domiaate
allow placement next to a television the need to feel wanted. Still must begin to view her from adult
or ,you an
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perspective, not a helpless daughter. Learn to accept the fact that man
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her the
shaped by past,just as you. some things she's*II
i14 zausimg: any picture: : interference and x 1 I" the habit of doing are not the most adult way to handle the problem.
I I jwttin arn/SI" woofer; 4'" midrange and 2/93Khg2/1t j You cannot accept the responsibility for changing your mother. Yen
{. $" (tweeter;; you'll! hear a full array of can only accept the responsibility to change yourself and the way you
c4 c4i See these fine Fisher speakers FISHER view her.Admit she's wrong and so far unable to handle the situation cor
I I :; Lib rectly. This way you can still love her, but not be controlled by her.
KANE CYCLE Third, lovingly confront her with the problem. This is necessary to let
REPAIRUS her know you have changed the rules of the game.Assure bad your love
-I 14S SALE 109 and that you know she loves you and wants the best for you. But, let her!
Reg. 301 N 964-5805 know how she is making you feel, she may honestly not know.Then tell
her welcome her advice and will consider it but that
apse Ties M W.d t-1 The H M 6I.t M you you are your
daughter's mother and will make the final decision. The same goes for
your decision to have another child. Hear her out, she may have a pout.
But, then confirm the decision is you and your husband's-not ben.
**** tIa Fourth,simply refuse to play the game by her rules.dances are when
T-120 'If' you tell her all this, it won t make any difference at all. It's usually only
95 that simple on television. Be prepared for the same fits,etc. But stick I*

6 Horn- FINANCING has your no word choice., respond to her calmly, as an adult. Not like a 10-year old....

Finally,a word about your daughter. You did not mention whether your.
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think she Is hyperactive, then please take her to one. There arc mrrtica-
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February IWX7 BSECTION Pane II I

FSP Inmate's January... Escape-Death- Under InvestigationA

Florida State Prison inmate Jacksonville, according to Legislature. The minimum-security prison investigator Stan Bailey. Wise was serving a 4'/i' year term witnesses, began arguing and
died Saturday afternoon at University authorities. crew had been working on state pro Witnesses said Wise had been at for burglary in the minimum- Bowden ordered his stepson to leave
Hospital in Jacksonville after be. Prison officials originally perty. the Yellow Bluff Road home for a security O-Unit, a housing area outside the Jacksonville mobile! home park.
inn shot in the head Jan. 27. reported that Wise escaped from a Relatives said Wise did not escape of hours when he was shot the maximum-security prison's
Bobby Lee Wise, 26, had left a crew of inmates who work for but bought permission to leave. coin he had visited there before. main compound.
forestry work crew and was shot by PRIDE Prison Rehabilitative Industries An investigation in underway into Investigator Bailey said the investigation Wise's step-father John W. Wise was shot once in the head
his stepfather while visiting his and Diversified Enter the allegation that a bribed official is going slowly due to so Bowden, Jr. has been charged with with a .22 caliber pistol. He was
mother, stepbrother and a friend at prises, a not-for-profit prison industries allowed the inmate to leave the crew many people having to be interviewed the murder. Wise and Bowden, who taken to University Hospital wherehe
a Northside mobile home park In company created by the several times a month,according to in Jacksonville and at the prison.negauve hurl both been drinking according to died Jan. 31. at 3 p.m.., <

I Reported Attack Never Happened I

The 18-year-old Bradford High point to get into a car with the man. dent was taken In Stands Hospital in OIMJ ux HUM in ine story although she said she had been the student with false reporting to a
School student who reportedly was She said she was taken to a wooded Gainesville for examination and the student had told were of great raped in a briar patch, indicated she law enforcement officer, a first
attacked by a black male Jan. 13 has area near Alligator Creek when she treatment, according to Captain concern to him said Bennett. was not telling the truth, said Ben degree misdemeanor, said Captain
I retracted her statement. said she was attacked. Richard Bennett Tests made at that The lack of buises on her body Bennett.
The student said she was near her time were sent to the lab. even though she said she had been nett.The student, who will not discuss The investigation revealed that all
romp when she was forced at gun When found by a neighbor, the stu- The lab results were returned beaten and the lack: of stretches, the' alleged incident on advise of the charges were false and that the
counsel, now says there was no such girl had not been sexually attacked,
attack, according to Captain Ben said Captain Bennett, who also plansto
I Six Defendants Placed on Probationed nett. charge the student with falsely
that broke into her
Information has been .filed with reporting a man

Six defendants were placed on probation possession ot a driver's license. controlled substance. and sentenced to BC jail to run concurrent the state attorney's office charging house last fall and attacked her.
by Judge Osee Fagan in Cheryl D. Willingham was given with a Alachua County
Bradford County Circuit Court Feb. three years probation for forgery. Hampton Jackson and DeSue s.enl..nce.lle was given probation on
2. Debra Ann DeSue was given five were arrested last June in the Brad a charge of trespass of occupied
Isidor Hernandez was adjudged a years probation for sale or deliveryof ford County cocaine-crack drug structure.: YARD SALE
delinquent and placed on community a controlled substance. bust. They testified against the convicted Larry Allen Lebowitz was found
control with special conditions. Carl Andrew Jackson given five drug leader.Roosevelt Wims guilty of violation of probation and
Hernandez was charged with attempted years probation for possession of a which delayed tbe sentencing. was sentenced to the Department of 9-1 Satuday Feb. 7th
sexual battery. controlled substance. Corrections for Z't years. Lebowitz ,
Jimmie Ruth Bailey was placed on Waymon Hampton was given five At violations of probation hearings pled guilty to grand theft Jan., 1986 443 W. Call Street C.A. Knight's home
five years probation for unauthoriz- years probation for possession of a Tommy Crumplon was found guilty and was given OT months probation.
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Fire Starke Destroys Green.Russell H. Green III & Dorothy J. Greenspan Franklin Pendarvis.Pendarvis & Katherine 100's of Items

HomeThe Rhonda Faye Ireland & Charlie G. John T. Wilson & Charlotte G.
house belonging to Minnie Ireland. Wilson.
Terrell and occupied by his mother Jeffery Glen Moore & Wynette J. John C. Curies, Jr. & Dena L. '
Lula Belle Terrell, Route 2, Box 220, Moore. Curies. M i1 en
Starke was completely gutted by fire Vera G. Alvarez & Donald S. Andrew L. Uanner & Joann Dan-

around 1:30: p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4. Alvarez. ner.Danny Goldline Vitamins
The home, located on Hammond Melanie J. Jones Keith L. Jones. E. Brabham Sandra. A.
Road, north of Starke on US-301,was Joseph Brewton & Clara J. H. Brabham. IOJII'I
completely destroyed. The wood Brewton. Dwight Hosier & Jacquelyn C. .
frame structure had been in the William Joe Alexander& Donna C. Rosier. s
Alexander. Kimberlee K. Woodland & Ray
family for 24 years. Mrs. Terrell
escaped with minor injuries. She Gary Lee Garrison& Rachael: / Ann mond K. Woodland. THE '' ''' '
Garrison. John C. Conner &Judy A. Conner. FACTOR
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Union lifters defeat Bradford by narrow marginA

A young Tornado Weightlil-/ sophomoresKevin Wimpy, James 205 b: 395 total. Phillip t'ritclictt
ling team just missed their first Slater, Chris Durban, Terry (UCHS-2nd place,175c/i: 215( b: 390
outing ol' the season by falling 44-37 Whitehead, and Jimmy Long; total. Brett ParrisrtUCHS-( )
to the Union County Tigers. freshmen- Alplionso Jones, Lance place, 190!) c/j, 200 b: 390 total. Dur-
Head Coach Lanier Clyatt said Wiggins, Derrick Long, Chris banBHS-( 4th place, 180 c/j, 180 b:
that the team, with 10 freshmen and Dinkins, Don McDuvid, Bo Mersey, "; 360 total
only two seniors, is "the youngest Clint Heed Keith Jenkins, Junior Un..>ound Class; Reed team I've ever coached." Acevedo and Roland Schaeffer. place, 220 c/j, 22() b: 440 total. Jim-
The Bradford lifters placed first in my Tallman (UCHS-) 2nd place, 200
: i 2' c/j, 200) b: 400 total. Brady Rehberg
five of the nine categories and gleaned -
numerous seconds and thirds, but UC Tigers 44, Tornados 37 1 (UCHS-3rd place, 215 c/j, 185 b: 400
the Tigers just managed to get by 114-IN.mnl Class: Mott (BI IS). 1st total. Jenkins(BHS-) 4th place, 200
them on points. place, 135 clean and jerk, 140 bench 4 c/j, 170 b: 370 total.
Seniors Duane Mott and Chuck press: 275 total.12iPuiiml 198-Pound Class: AcevedoBHS-( )
Coburn both placed first in their : Class: Coburn (BIIS 1st place, 225 C/j, 285 b: 510 total
class. Sophomore Terry Whitehead, 1st place, 205 c/j, 230 b: 435 total : Mike Roberts (UCHS-) 2nd place,
and freshmen Clint Reed and Junior Jimmy Bowers (UCHS- 2nd place, ; 165 c/j,205 b: 370 total). Curtis Clyatt
Acevedo also earned first place 155 c/j, 175 b: 330 total.Jones (BUS- 4 w (UCHS-3rd place, 175 c/j, 165 b:; 340
status. 3rd place, 135 c/j, 175 b: 310 total total.
When asked about how the team U2-Pouiid: Class: Willie Loperena 220-Pound Class: forfeit. Scott
looked after their first match Coach (UCHS-) 1st plate, 185 c/j, 195 b: 380 91 11' Woodall (UCHS- 1st place, 200) c/j,
Clyatt said, "In weightlifting/ ,you do total Slater (BUS-) 2nd place, 160 2)5! b: 495 total. Delma Young
all you can do and that's it. But, they c/j, 200) b: 360 total. Wiggins (BUS- UCHS) 215 c/j, 275 b: 485 total.
did a lot better than I expected for 3rd place, 135 c/j, 190 b: 325 total Heavy weight! Class: Brian Griffis
being their first match and being Htt-Pounil Class: Lorenzo (UCHS-) 1st place,215 c/j, 295 b: 510
such a young team. We still have a Prescott (UCIIS-) 1st place, 180 c/j, total. Sandy Daniels (CHS2nd)
lot of room for improvement, of 210 b: 3K!)) total. Eld'r!BHS)- 3rd place, 200 c/j, 205 b: 405 total.
course." place, 160 c/j, 175 b: 345 total Wimpy i y ?)1 1n. 'Srhaerfer(BHS-) 3rd place, 165 c/j,
This year's Bradford Tornado (BIIS-) 4lh place, 165 c/j, 150 b: 185 b: 350 total.
Weightlifting Team consists of: 315 total. Non.plal'ln! : J. Long170 c/j, 170
SeniorsDuane Mott and Chuck l S-Fouiil Class: b: 340 total. D. Long-130 c/j,150 b:
Cohurn: junior Mike Klrler. Whitehead(BIIS-) 1st place 190 c/j, 280 total: Dinkins- 140 c/j, 155 b: 295
F t total. McDavid- c/j, 130 b: 265
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total. 140 b 270
------ -- ---- Hersey130 c/j, :
r total.

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"'" Next !Matches...

Third Place in Heavyweights... The Tornado Lifters traveled to
Middleburg yesterday, Feb. 4, to
',n; Roland Schaeffer of Bradford County placed third In Acevedo (left) who placed first In the 198-pound divl- compete after newspaper deadline.
un the heavyweight division with a total lift of 330 pounds sion and Union's Sandy Daniels (right) who placed se- They return home to BHS to meet
y CR? Spotting for Schaeffer wore Bradford's Junior cond In the heavyweight division. Keystone on Wednesday, Feb. 11, at
4 p.m. and then remain at home to
"Dictionaries are like watches: the worst is better than none, and the best meet Union County in a rematch on
cannot be expected to be quite true." Samuel Johnson Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 4 p.m.


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