Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01745
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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How about a nice weekend for a change? We may get onel) Th. Social Sc.n.. . .. . .5.5*
In the Friday-Sunday outlook forecasters are calling for highs Public Nolle.. . ... . .'A
near 80, lows near 60. A slow warming trend is in the offing, with a Sports . . . .. . I1-12A
chance of showers Saturday. 3

For today (Thursday, Feb. 12)partly cloudy, a low in the upper SECTION It 12 Pag. t
30s or 408, a low relative humidity of 32, and winds from the East at Ho.plral . . . . . IB
5 mph. JOSS . . . . . . .. :3B
The Santa Fe River was at 23.14 feet Wednesday, two feet above Obltuorl.i . . . . 10. ,
flood level at the 129 Bridge. Vandal. . . . . . 2B
August rainfall is 8.1 inches, September 5.46 Inches, October 3.64 CEO . .. . . . . .48 The Sweef
inches, November 1.96 inches, December 3.08 inches, January 2.8 ClaulILd Ad. . . . .7-"B oide of Heaven
inches, and February 3.53 inches. N.w. 'rl".. \ . . .-ll-1B 108th Year ZS ."C..y
30th Issue r2,1957 UKPKacs.7M

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'Utvd t Family Fun Festival Set Here Saturday I

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Seniors to Meet... by Buster Rahn sponsored by the Bradford County mote family inter-action. Participation programs. Some organzations will Howard local manager,will providea
BCT Staff Writer Inter-Agency Council. will instill a sense of community present skits, some will perform free check of oxygen in a person'sUpjdm
Bradford Chapter of the There's going to be a Family Fun Cliff Chapman, director of Brad among families." simple tests, and all will be interesting blood. .
AARP is set to meet at 1 p.m. next Festival, free to everyone this Saturday ford County's emergency services, Home Economist Diann Douglasis says Ms. Douglas. Medical Supply will teach
in the
Thursday Citizens denter Feb. behind 19, Senior Feb. 14, beginning at 9 a.m., is president of the council, made up cooperating with Buchele and persons how to take blood pressure
thouse. cour- and running to 1:30: p.m. of the many agencies in the county others in promoting the festival,and Exhibitors... correctly,and let children. hear their
Mrs. T.F. Mixon local It will be held on the parking lot of whose function is to help people. doing "leg" work. The following exhibitors will have heart beating.
tative of the AARP, income represen-tax the Starke Center, Santa Fe Com Rod Buchele, 4-H coordinator for 15 various agencies, private firms booths: Bradford-Union Vo-Tech School.
assistance is scheduled to munity College, on Call Street. Bradford County, said the objectiveis and\ groups will have booths on the Child Abuse Prevention Project, -Medical Explorer's Post Cliff
present a program and answer The Family Fun Festival, expected "To build awareness of community parking lot for visitors to investigate Betty Young, Coordinator. Chapman, sponsor and Dan Cud-
questions. The public is invited. to become an annual event, is resources for families, and pro- and observe displays and Putnam MedicaUSupply Skeeter see Fun Festival..pjA)

Bank Closings... --. -_. --

Better get your banking done ear- 't Mkss SecondNursing
ly next week.
The Community State Bank will
be closed Saturday, Feb. 14, / t
(Valentine's Day) and Monday,
Feb. 16, (President's Day).
The Florida National Bank at
Starke and Florida Federal Savings a
& Loan Association will be closed i
Monday, Feb. 16.
Both Starke and Bradford
County offices will be open for HomeComing
business as usual.Bloodmobile.

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The bloodmobile from the Civitan
Regional Blood Center in
Gainesville is scheduled to be in ..
Starke next Thursday, Feb. 19
The bloodmobile will be at the '

Division of Surplus Property on :L T'-JJ! by Buster Rahn
US-301 south from !9-10 a.m. and at -
Staff WriterA
the Chamber of Commerce from
..4ciL second nursing home will be built
10:15 until 5:15
a.m. :
p.m. in Starke, in a yet to be determined
location, says Mark Drewash. vice-
president of Florida Convalescent
Grant's AssistantTo Centers FCC) in Tallahassee.

be Here Today Drewash said FCC was "._.put
back and did not expect the reception
Congressman Bill Grant's assistant "
we received in reference to
Mike Kennon, will be the actions taken by residents and
available to assist individuals, city commission Feb.3.in which the
organizations, businesses and .rezoning of parcel on W. MadisonSt.
government agencies with govern- was denied.
mental problems Feb. 12 at the Drewash said, however FCC is
following times and places: committed to ".,.go into Bradford
Starke Courthouse, 9:30-10.30: : and Starke is the only town in the

a.m. county. We intend to go ahead"In
Keystone Heights, City Hall, 1-2

p.m. the Meantime...
... Post Office 3-3:30 ..
r. Hampton .. Monday.;Feb.".the city zoning office ,

_ .. -. ....--. received requests for action on
p.m.No two parcels which may or may not
Eunice Road Bridge Going In...
Job, No Skill... be related to the nursing home ques
A new concrete bridge with steel pilings is In place and expected to be frustrated in their attempts to pave the 2.9 mile Eunice Road.Every time
Job Corps-Training slots are open to traffic sometime this week over Two-Barrel Creek on Eunice a section of the road Is graded and ready to top the rains come and the tion.Terry Games, representing the
available in health occupations, Road north of Lawtey Which the county commission Is trying to pave. gravel Is washed back down Into the ditch."It looks like we'll never get It L.M. Gaines family requested a
plumbing, welding business- done," says Chairman Lawrence !Mosley. Road Supt. Crawford says the special exception to allow the construction -
clerical, auto mechanic and other Road Superintendent J.B. Crawford says his crew Is in the process of road probably won't be paved until this spring when the rains let up. of a nursing home on 4.64
skills for men and women ages 16 putting dirt back In the abutments at the ends of the bridge and must be However, the county road crew has the grade in shape so a lot of work can acres fronting SR-16S.The propertyis
through 21.Obtain compacted, which is a slow process. be done In a short period Crawford says. split about evenly into two
a GED, earn spending The four-section bridge costs 160,500, and at 60 feet long and 38 feet wideIs Inspecting the bridge Feb. 2 are (1-r) county attorney Reggie Flynn classifications. RIC and R2A. A city
money and savings money and the biggest prefab bridge the county has installed. commissioners Lawrence Mosley, Wilbur Waters, E.L. (Nook) Norman, ordinance provides for a landowner
make a good life for yourself. Commissioners and Road Superintendent J.B. Crawford are getting and !Maxie Carter, Jr. talking to Road Supt. Crawford.
Room and board, clothing allowance transportation, medical
and dental, care will be provided.For .

more information, visit the DECISION DUE TONIGHT
Job Service Office at 1430 South

First Street, Lake City, or phone
Irene Pearce at 7523121.

SREC The Community Move.Outreach.. Office No More BC Students in KHES, Clay Supt.- SaysBy -

and Homemaker Office of the Anne Sponholtz elementary school students who do not reside elementary school Is facing a critical overcrowding Board Member George Bush agreed with
Suwannee River Economic Council Special BCT Writer within the legal boundaries of Clay County. situation and to accommodate the Mr. Eckdahl and said the Board would not be
(SREC) have been moved to 134 E. Supt. Ann Wiggins is expected to recommend The presently enrolled students may continueon Bradford County students under the current able to grandfather the students even if they
South Street in front of RegisterOil. that no new out of county students be to the high school. This Is not to be agreement with Bradford school board would wanted.
allowed to attend Keystone Elementary when misconstrued to Include younger siblings of call for $100,000 to be budgeted by Clay Coun-
For further information, phone she meets with the school board at 7:30 p.m. presently enrolled students.'" ty during the 1987-88 school year to move a "I've not made up my mind and there" are
964-6696. ( Feb. 12) in Green Cove fuel island to provide additional portables. still some questions I want to ask, said
tonight Thursday, Although the superintendent will be presenting School Board Member John Thrasher.
Springs.Though. a recommendation to the board, the final Several weeks ago when members of the
no new Bradford students would be decision as to the outcome of the Bradford School Board staff were asked about the "If we have to do something which I'm
Upcoming.The ... allowed to attend KHES, those out-of-county students attending Keystone schools rests In feasibility of grandfathering the students sure we will the option I like the best is to go
BUS Alumni Association is students now attending would be allowed to the hands of the board. A majority vote of the presently attending the school, two staff to the two-mile limit next year then review it
set to meet at 7 p.m. tonight matriculate through high school,according to board is necessary before any action may be members who had worked closely on the again at that time" Chairman Eckdahl d.
(Thursday, Feb. 12)) in the school a draft of Supt. Wiggins' recommendationgiven taken. The board is expected to be preparedto December report both indicated it would not
School board staff
resolve the situation and found it not to knowledgeableabout
to The Lake Region Monitor Wednesday this issue they
library. The Board of Directors act on tonight.
meets at 6:30: p.m. B-Books remainon morning, Feb. 11, by a Clay school board Three years ago the boundaries for the be a viable solution. the December report and other school
School Board Chairman Jack board members could not be reached by The
member. Clay
extended to allow
sale at the Chamber of Com- elementary were
Eckdahl who had asked the staff to look into Monitor before press time.
recommendationwill ,
merce and Mitchell's Drug Store. Supt. Ann Wiggins final Bradford students living beyond tha long
For more information call Linda be presented to the school board tonight established two-mile radius to attend the possibility of grandfathering the students, The meeting will be held at the school board
Hildebran, 964-8937. (Thursday, Feb. 12). Keystone Heights Elementary School. said Wednesday, Feb. 11, that since the time meeting room on Walnut Street Green Cove
The regular monthly meeting of The draft reads as follows: Keystone Heights JuniorSenior High School he asked the staff to check into this, he has Springs. Anyone wishing to speak on this
four learned that by law the Board does not have issue fill out a card, available at thereceptionist's
the Bradford School Board is set at "The staff and I have very carefully studiedthe boundaries were extended years ago. the option to grandfather students."I may and
desk it to the
7 JiI.m. Monday, Feb. 16, in the Administration situation at Keystone Heights Elementary When these boundaries were extended the asked the staff to look at grandfatheringthe chairman before the meeting.To present.
Building on N. TempleAve. School. I am recommending, based upon our school board made no guarantees that this students,but I'vesince discovered that we get to the Clay school board offices from
in Starke. analysis, that all students enrolled In the would be a continuing policy and said the cannot obligate the board for next year. Evenin KH go north on SR-21.turn right onto SR-lilo
The third Tuesday meeting of Keystone Heights Elementary School on boundaries would have to be reviewed on a the county we can't say that a student can Green Cove Springs, turn left on first road
the City Commission of Starke is February 12, 1911'1 be allowed to continue to at- year to year basis. go there (to a particular school) for life. I can- after the railroad track. The school board
set at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17, tend the elementary school. However, underno According to information presented to the not obligate my successor in office," Chair- building is immediately on the left across
in city hall. circumstances will we accept additional school board at its December meeting, the man Eckdahl said. from the old courthouse.
The Bradford County zoning
board is bet to meet at 7 p.m. Tues-

day, Feb. 24, in the Starke city hall.
The City of Starke zoning boardis Lawtev Clerk Resigns Post Unexpectedly Feb. 13 I
set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, :
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Feb. 26, in city hall. "-" -
by Buster- Rahn qualifications, and said he would Options Available... qualifications required to handle the Robinson to be"acting"ela k until a

submit a resume Later, when the Attorney R.A. Green, sitting in for work. permanent appoint is made or an
BCT Staff WriterLawtey's
Scott said "We'll need to held Robinson hired
Historical Mayor election is was
No made to install a
suggestion was Hobbs told the
AI ,
elected town clerk attorney Johnny
call a special meeting.As it is now,a as an assistant to Anderson several
Meeting... Anderson has resigned his position computer for accounting and billing council that Lawtey now has an opportunity -
doesn't even need to be ableto months .
indicated that he is person ago.Grant
midway in the term, effective Feb. services, Massey to look at its options. "
There will be no meeting of the proficient in that field, also. write.
Bradford County Historical Society 13.When his Mayor Scott told Massey the council According to Atty Green, the A special meeting to consider options Update...
asked the
next Thursday Feb. 19, President reason would have to review his Lawtey charter provides for eitheran and set qualifications is set Fred Fox coordinator and ad-
Arnold Weeks has announced. resignation, Anderson "replied "the qualifications, including "why you elective or appointive clerk, with Monday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. ministrator for the Lawtey housing
reason is in the letter, and would
not discuss the issue further. Anderson are currrently unemployed." provisions for the council to specify The council appointed Queen rehabilitation grant reported bids
have been received for renovation of
said, however, that he does not
Correction...! have another job lined two homes and several others will
During the council meeting up. Monday .Council Votes to Keep Electing the Clerk be under way within 3O-60 days.
The Feb. 5 edition of The .. The grant will run for 18 months
Feb.2, a resident asked if
Telegraph included the name of Anderson was resigning for personal by Buster Rahn City attorney Johnny Hobbs advised as an elective office was made by beginning in August I,., terminating -
Thomas E. Lewis as a volunteer to reasons, of if he had been asked to BCT Staff WriterIn the council! that the charter provided councilman Willie Strong, and in January. 1968 Fox requested -
serve on the city zoning board. resign. Mayor Robert Scott said a special called meeting Monday the council with an option of seconded by councilman Emmett a number of minor changes
Mr. Lewis has written to say that "The council did not ask Anderson to Feb. 9, the Lawtey city council voted either retaining the position as elective Only two restrictions were in the written procedures to bring
he was not one of the several peopleto resign." The council had raised to continue the clerk as an elective or making it appointive. Hobbs included in the motion, to be at least them into compliance,and the council
volunteer for a position on the Anderson's salary during the position. recommended against making the 18 years old and to be a high school approved the requests The council
board during the city council January meeting. Al Anderson, current clerk, submitted qualifications restrictive, saying it graduate. awarded contracts to Holiday
meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 3. his resignation in January,to would work against the council. Following that vote, the council Construction Co. of Starke for the
The Telegraph regrets the Inclu- Ready Applicant... be effective Feb. 13. The council Mayor Robert Scott attempted to voted to extend clerk Anderson's two houses.
sion of Mr. Lewis' name on the list, When Mayor Scott announced agreed to Anderson's' request and convey the need for qualified person- resignation to "the last of March,"
and apologizes for any inconve Anderson's resignation, Edward accel ted the proposed date. nel, but saw his reasons turned down anticipating an election to be held in Water Water...
nience it may have caused him. Massey, who was observing the proceedings Seven residents and one nonresident by the residents and voted down by before that time. Mayor Scott said Commissioner
When Councilman Bobby Biggs asked if he could apply for non voter, attended the the council. He received some sup- The town of Brooker,unable to get Laura Harris has accepted the
called for volunteers, a number of the job immediately. meeting, with determination to con- port by Councilman Buster Bennett, qualified persons to run for elective chairmanship of the Water Department -
people responded, and Mr. Lewis Mayor Scott said the' qualifica- vince the council to retain the elec- but all five voted for the motion, In positions, recently amended its with Commissioner WUie
was listed in error tions have not been determined. tive position. They were imminently the end. charter to allow the council to appoint Lawtey Clerk..pj.%)
-The Editor Msscey: : indicated he could meet the successful In their endeavor The motion to retain the position both the clerk and the marshal.


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Page ZA TKLKUKAP1I February 12, 1181t

Starke City Council

Votes to Close Street -.

Y by Buster Rahn tions at the intersection of S. Orange
St. and Edwards Road, and a letter
BCT Staff Writer Director Merrell Dees.
from Utility
Mary Ellen Peterson and Natalie
The drawing showed proposedareas
Thornton came before the city coun- for which Woods was seekingto
cil to request the closing cf an unused have cement poured, to eliminatepot
portion of Pat Ray Street right-of- holes, washouts and generallybad
way, between Wilson Road and conditions at the intersection.The .
Powell Street. letter from Dees stated the
I The street has never been open to estimated cost of repairs to be$2,685:
r the public, and has at least one for 358 sq. yds. of concrete, at $7.50
ditch crossing it, that
I It .
+a v per sq. yd.Mayor
.y q would require a bridge, in the eventit Silcox said the proposedrepairs
were ever used for vehicle traffic. would not affect any future
The 30-foot right-of-way gives ad- work on Orange St., supported I
joining landowners 15 more feet. Woods' motion and it passed 5-0.
n' .;,arAI Councilman Bobby Biggs,
familiar with the area, said the two Refinance Bonds...
women are correct In their City Clerk Neil Tucker told the
statements,and he sees no reason to council that$295,000 can be saved by
deny the request. His motion to proceed refinancing the 1983 bond issue, and I
with closing procedures, said the Bond Trustees recommended -
through advertising and other requirements it, to take advantage of the lower
was approved. interest rates.
s Mayor Silcox said the plan is pre-
mature and had been Improperlyhandled.
Street ..
Improvement. He further said he expected

.i :;' s T s / e / displayed Councilman a drawing Travis of bad Woods condi SeeStreet Closing.P.SA> I f II I

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Brooker Home Burns...

Fire swept' through a mobile home in Brooker early Friday morning "To stand by and see everything you own go up in flames was awful."
leaving a family homeless and wearing the only clothing they had left. said Kathy, "but thank God we escaped with our lives. That means more
Still shaky two days later, Kathy Thomas said it was a nightmare, "one I than anything else. We were very fortunate."
hope I never have to live through again." It was determined that the fire was caused by a faulty wall switch. "BIG 10"Count
Kathy said "I can tell you it is terrible to awake in the early hours of The family Is in need of furniture,boy's pants size 9-10 slim,boy's shirts i
morning gasping for breath, hear your children coughing as if they are medium 1012. toddler size 4 in shirts and pants, men's pants size 30/32,
strangling, then hear a crackling sound and see smoke, then to realize shirt size medium, women's pants size 5,shirts, small. Donations may be
your worst' fear that the house is on fire." left at Olan Polk Cabinet Shop or at the school during school hours. ( 'em...) I r

. Second Nursing'-' Home Coming Shrimp

(from IA) through lot 10, on Bradford Road in for additional nursing home beds, FCC holds 17 certificates of need,
page Bradford Villas.Terwillegar and is committed to filling the need. statewide, and has a number of con-
to choose either classification for his is requesting the land When asked if FCC Is a wholly valescent homes under construction, Dinner
whole tract, if a zoning line runs be rezoned form R1A, single family owned subsidiary of a Texas corporation said Drewash. Homes will be open-
across his land. Therefore, the residenctial/ B2, medical Drewash said FCC is a ing within 60 days in Pensacola,
Gaines family can claim the R2A facilities, allowing almost any Florida corporation, owned by Jim Gainsville, Ocala and Orlando, and
classification without going through medically related facility to be built, McCarver, who Is president of a shortly thereafter in Crestview and Fresh cole slaw Natural-cut
zoning procedures, but they will including a nursing home. Texas corporation.. Drewash is a Nassau county he said. fries
have to seek special exception No. 5 When asked about plans for the graduate of the University of trench
in R2A for a nursing home from the proposed rezoned parcel, Ter Florida, a schoolmate of Jack Need Medicare Supplement? Two hush ,,,..1. _
city board of adjustment. willegar replied that he plans a Eckdahl, executive director of the Call Merrill II. Williams puppies ---r Lemon
Gaines admitted he had been contacted medical complex, but would not con- local Chamber of Commerce. 964.5391 r wedge
by a realtor, representing firm plans for a nursing home in the
FCC area. L'\r, '-
Byron Terwillegar requested the
rezoning of a 5 acre tract recently More About FCC.., Try our tf
purchased, which lies north of Bes- Drewash said FCC holds a certificate 1p: so.
sent Road across SR-230 from Brad. of need, issued by the (
ford Hospital and just east of Brad Department of Rehabilitative Ser-
ford Villas. The property is adjacentto vices, following a survey of the com-
Alligator creek with aroess munitv. FCC believes t> need exists

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Shop lodoy at Hallmark and get Ihfj[ gold-Ion bracelet -;- { fried shrimp '
\4ith-4MvyJJOtf,Valentine! r v .s3.69 H
purchase Limit one per -t.. .CS J
customer While
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Saturday Mondayand AUYouCanEatCountryStyle

Fish Dinner $3.99Dining

6 Movies Room Service Only

11.95 I
Clark's- for Fish Dinner $2.39

Home Entertainment
Near Bradford Square
Shopping Center CaptainDsr I

*, 1987 Hallmark Card IncA 964-8776 Bradford Square Shopping Center

964-6946 A great little seafood place.

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Car Detailing Window Tinting 1 LL7""rp
Wash & Wax Install Stereo af r-
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I Th. Last "R.al" r / 6 Kentucky Nuggets
$2.79 $8.49 $8.99
Medicine Show I ;
As seen on Charles Kuralt's "On the Road" $2. 29 Get 3 pieces of the Colonel s Original I Get 9 pieces ol of the Colonel's Original I
and Walter Cronklte's CBS Evening Newsf I Recipe or Extra Crispy Chicken I Recipe' Chicken or Extra Crispy'* Gel I'j! pieces ol the Colonel'sGet Oriqin.il
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Feb. 19
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Sharp Shooting, Juggling and with, 1
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Bradford H.S. with other oilers Limit' 4 any sppciiil oilers
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Magic with "Gong the Gorilla" white dark orders and may not t be imil
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Mosley Two Vv For Brooker Council Seatby : ;: r ,.. I

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Wins Buster Rahn lengthy discussion the council proceeded munity College to be held in
.ti BCT Staff Writer to accept the lower bid, sub LaCrosse at a cost of $22 per student
Brooker residents will go to the polls mitted by Tony Stalnaker, and had .
on Tuesday, Feb. 17, to elect a councilman the lot cleared.The lein for$700,plus Chief Stalnaker asked the city to
Award to fill the vacancy on city interest will be placed against the defray the cost of sending 9 or 10 Need Medicare Supplement?
council. lot, and be collected when the land volunteer firemen to the class, and Call Merritt II. Williams
Veteran councilman Carl Edwards changes hands If the the
I Bradford again, owner council agreed to foot the bill.
4-H'er Lisa Mosley plac- is stepping down at the end of doesn't pay it off sooner. Blmn said 964-5391
ed first over-all in the state in the 4-H this term because of a conflict in the interest is set at 12 percent by Routine Matters...

SirS Judging State Fair Contest In Tampa at last the working meetings.hours, that preclude his attending state statute Other items on the agenda were of
a routine nature
week :
Edwards made a brief statementto Pets Ordinance...
Council Chairman
Mosley daughter of Barbara and C.J.Stalnaker
the city council at its regular Clerk Linda Robinson asked Valentine
Ed Mosley of the Whitehead section Atty. reported on sidewalk repairs, and
meting Tuesday, Feb 10, In whichhe
of New River Blinn about the status of the ordinance said he repaired oneCouncilwoman, *.
placed second in individual -
wished them well and extendedhis
placlngs of the horses and controlling pets running Sue Davis
willingness to assist them in flowers witha
anyway loose. The council had requested
third in giving oral reasons for her possible. Each of the council reported on her attending a meetingon
Blinn to ordinance
The prepare an some the comprehensive land
placings. combined
scores gave
Miss expressed regret in time ago. Clerk Robinson will write
to CSX
Mosley the
150-200 4-H'ers competing.highest score of seeing him leave the council and Blinn said the ordinance is now in Railroad In reference to a derelict hug.
wished him well. its final form and he will
The Mosleys raise horses on their bring it to building on railroad property that
farm, and Lisa has three of her own. Two candidates are vying for the the next regular meeting, in March. needs to be razed.
Amy Tison and Michele Jones vacant seat: George O. Pierce and The new ordinance, to be handled
were the other members of the Brad- Brinkley (Bud) Tucker have something like a driving infraction, The council agreed that adults r
qualified and will face the voters the of found to
ford horse subjects owner a pet
judging team. and
Ray next may use the athletic field when not
be running loose to a $25 fine for the
Nancy Norman Barbara
Mosley, use by children, but the majority
first offence $50 for the second offence
and Pam
Tison the
accompanied members of teams using the
Filing Lien... facility
4-U'ers on the trip. Mrs. Mosley ,and a $500 fine for the third offence must be composed of Brooker ..rValentine
coached the team. Brooker city council instructed attorney residents.
Next weekend a Bradford 4-H hor Roger Blinn to proceed with
ticulture judging team of Bobbie filing a lien on the McCartney pro- Fire Fighting Classes... The council tabled a motion to repaint -
Westcott, Jeremy Hildebran, Lori perty for cost of removing debris, Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker advisedthe city hall until the building can
Mosley and Candi Norman will compete Lisa resulting from fire destruction.The council of a 40 hour fire fighting be inspected for condition of exposed
in state competition at the city received two bids for class sponsored by Santa Fe Com- wood.
state fair in Tampa. Walt Westcott, 4-H Horse Judge clearing the lot, and following a
BHS FFA instructor U the coach. -

I' City Council to Close Streetrequested WC0RLD BEATERA Bouquet for Feb.Bear 14A

(from page 2'\) "first reading." an amendment to the cuddly plush bear with

interest rates to sink to an even Atty. Brown had been instructed Downtowrr Redevelopment Projectto top hat and tails and a red
lower level. earlier by the council to prepare the extend the boundary lines to cross POULAN'SMODEL heart filled with fresh cut
ordinances the railroad on Call Street. '
Commissioner Charles Schaefer : Save$40 flowers.

moved to accept the Bond Trustees The request was made in order to NOW ONLYSAWN
proposal to refinance the issue, andit To bar minors from pool halls include the Marry Green property 2800
carried 32.Silcox and Biggs voted except bowling alleys and city which has been offered as a possible Now Available

no. recreation center.To parking lot. Green is asking $250 for $23999Available 5 oz. Box
extend Video's
Clay nonexclusive an option for 120 days.
New Ordinances... franchise for 15 years. The council approved the request WhetstoneChocolate
City attorney Terence Brown Grant Report... both to extend the lines and put up CID Engine
presented two ordinances for a Linda Day grant administrator. the option money Automatic Chain Oiling Candy
16"Control Tip Bar
Year Warranty & Tote Bag

I Lawtey Clerk Resignsfrom with Mylar

( page I A) a cost of COO-$800, and recovery at Bennett's Trees... ValentineBalloon
$20 per month wnnM he too slow.
Strong assuming responsibilities for A resident asked "What are yougoing
finances. Much discussion followed, by both to do about those stumps.'
The mayor agreed to assist Ms. council members! and the audience Commissioner Buster Bennett $7.99No
Harris with problems in her depart- dealing with the legalities and the replied that he is attempting to get 1
ment. morality of the situation.. prices on removing the stumps and PreservativesWe
Atty Green brought the matter into wanted approval to replace trees
Available at:
Commissioner Emmett Bright focus by saying "If you acceptedthe along the streets. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL Deliver j
reminded the council that the town deposit, you may have a legal Bennett asked "What kind of tree
had accepted deposits for 3 meters obligation to run water to her house.A do you want planted and one wag 539 East Call Street JULIA'SFLORIST
from Mrs. Love several months ago, court case could cost much more replied "Bennett Trees. Starke 964-5745 '
and has not run water to her houses. than the cost of putting a pipe under
Mayor Scott told the council that the road." The council told Bennett to proceed fhslnbutod_ ".TlwfliMn_. OiMf_..............Bom U*,Tab,OA.)I7M.COO(113)):aN.'ae
running water to her house required The council promplty voted to extend with replacing the trees using I.g&.l: Although_yAnk.rv_d naro hn ww-oravkMicly__noMflsisJ._ mt thtmattmr.Wtat MM_wrbMbuw WI(til):M2.-....lot- 224 N. Temple Avenue .
1 putting a pipe under a paved road at the water line to Mrs. Love. his choice for type and variety. ........-"'.a-.wurnN.ap.w-w wnwe- 964-7711

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& Printing Company Seafood Restaurant Cabinets "For All Your I

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Printing Office Supplies We Also Serve Hamburgers '
113 E. Call St. 964-8925 804 S. Walnut 964-8100 1 Samuel 1640 S.Water St. 964-4673 356 W. Madison .&..1110
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Sterke'3 Only Home OwnedIndependent
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987 N. Temple Avenue
117 S. Thompson Street '-
Friday Band
103 Edwards Road 964-8588
964-5780 Psalm i f 111 I.Walnut' H4-7I30

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All Nature Sings of Jesus
Management & Staff
The Best Seafood In Town "Serving You First" r located oft IDa South towards
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Restaurant Complete Auto Parts l "Quality Work for Less" Complete Tire Shop
Mandarin & Szechuan Cruislne & Auto Repairs
State Road 100 South
1900 N. Temple Avenue & Auto Paint 402 I, Temple -Hwy.,301 I,
9647681Chastain's 660 N. Walnut St. 964-5644 Years ago someone catalogued the following 'failures 964-5263 .

Failed, In business '31 Defeated for elector '40
Defeated for legislature., '32 Defeated for Congress, '48 CLARK'SHALLMARK
FLORIDA Fabdnbumnesaegem, '33 Defeated Senate '53 SHOP

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NATIONAL BANK Sweetheart died. '3i Preudent'58 "When You Care Enough ,
Bibles, Gifts & Jewelry 'Suffered nervous Defeated lor Senate 58 to Send the Very Best" at Denmark's
Officers, Directors breakdown '36 Elected for President ol the Bradford Sq Shopping Center .....121 .-
104 W. Call Street Near 434 W Call 16. r. r 1
United Slates,, 60
& StaffNAPA Defeated for speaker. 38 .141771WESTERN

964-7271 This man of'failures,' ?Abraham Lincoln

person Failures hurt but they do not stop God He has a
LODGE PARTS STORE taking the tangled'failures ol persona'lives and weaving, tapFAMILY STEAK HOUSE FLORIST
I estry I that not only helps becomes"a""thing of beauty and joy From All of Ua a' Western.Steer "Flowers for All Occasions"
Strawberry Patch Restaurant "All the Right forever"

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Corner US 301 & State
Every Week at the Church of for Over 50 Years Alternators & Generators "Your Complete Dry Wall. Plastering'
Lawtey Steve & Cindy Futch & StaffMZMKeyetone Auto Marine Cycle Batteries Mark Mullins & Employees & Stuccoing Needs"$5445i7
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I \ Starke Was Promoted as Orange Growing Area in the 1880s I I


The Starke-Bradford County Chamber of ComI I life-giving health-restoring ozone or :.Fa :fr.n Ib4 r' F R S i'4.i A.fiitls MJtt:
merce brochure has featuring just issued four-color its colorful process new photographsof STARI<:E PRICE LIST. those purified suffering oxygen with, which lung is troubles.beneficial" for ._ _

local scenes, with a handsome cover picture of .q
the 1902 Courthouse, now home of Santa Fe Com- APRIL 1887. An article from the Savannah Weekly

munity College Starke Center. DO.nA.Will&. .... tl.40 Im IlBlnlhi, Brat...... IS a 1811 lbButtnr News reported that records of the Florida
Starke has always been a promotion-minded y.irk Hint... 000 11I..0.......... .... 4anolbChiiDnu Railway and Navigation Co. reveals ....;
back in the 1800s when a local real estate .... ........... IftalTKo&.uph.lgeb.'a' ...... So rape shipments of cotton from Starke from ti and+ddut bSd d E A wdM44d J 4 .dri4ik
town even Pratt a beautifully Cracker...... ..... Bo Bmtp, lAiiudiy..... StoinulbOi.tr.lii Sept. 1.1886 to Jan. 22, 1887 amounted to
agency, Gardiner &entitled published in Oreou Bio.... Ul ie 8.ui|>, Oi.Jlimry...... 4 llw, :tunOnrreu 843 bales, totaling $64,22; and orange I
booklet 'An Orange Region the ,O..n I....'.. SMBubi...... .......... T>t" ))1OofTuu shipments during the same period totaled STARKEAND
of Florida.
the most Healthful portion ,KoMiml Rio.. aim" Sugar. Orunulnt. 7;< s Holl> 7,000 bushels for a return of $12,000 to
booklet carried no date, it was obviously printed Olltrer.IIo"'aIU." v... for Bugnr............... ".'),.. Ib $14,000. NEIGHBORHOOD,
before the winter of 1894-' 5, when a disastrous Born........... ..... 'OObu.II'.u..O.00o gal ITS
freeze destroyed most of the orange groves in this Flour Patent ....... tow bbl.Teiu.................. 40MXilbKlnurFcmlly
north-central area of Florida. .... .. tII.'S bbl Tub.Octo.PIUIr. ,..... UnonclbOrll Bolen Hall's StoryA AN
that *...... ...... .... ..<. 0bbr Farm Tools p
Starke had a population of "about 1,000" at H.ma................ U.Golb Weeding Hoes..... 85.BOo personal testimony was given from
time compared to its estimated population of 6,000in lrtl................ I a lOCI 11),,RukM...... ......... '<19MoItUictiM Bolen Hall who moved his family to Brad-
1985. Florida's population in 1880 was given as ........ .....7)f a dm hx Avery Flaw......... $0 ford County from Georgia in 1861, with on-
269,493 with an estimated increase in 1885 of 28 percent Meal. 1>.8 ...........0> or 342451. The 1985 estimate of Florida's Meat, Bmokeil...... llo Ib CbsUanoog.... ... W.80 days.
10,976,000 making it the sixth most. Uetl.. ............. t.O: bbl Georgia............. 81.\15! The Halls settled near Lake Navarrethe
populationstate t in the nation. Meal lO.t............ 4o ID Hpixlo"......... ... 110o. tl ( of Lake and .
Oats......... ....... MobuiFork*.......... ..... nnoatlpiitatiioiiIrlili original name Hampton )
The New York Daily Tribune was right on track ..... .. tl.110 hue Allr.uul&ur.llnll.loDI.utIo.r..w set about making a living from the soil, In the most Healthful Portion of
when it predicted in the 1880S.that "Florida will Pot*too>. Bwnet..... 40n bill cheap linN m" they .ro up. raising cattle and hogs and growing corn
become the great pleasure ground of this nation Prunon, French .... llHolb Norlh. and sea island cotton.
and when that has been accomplished it will) accumulate Proving that other things were productive -
wealth (and population) faster than any besides the soil Mr. Hall wrote: "I FLORIDA.
other portion of the country." Dr. Powell wrote: "Starke's location is extremely now have 88 living children and grand-
The main advertising pitch in the Gardiner-Pratt favorable to health. Being situated on the elevated children. One of my daughters has 15 (
booklet was to winter tourists especially those suffering backbone of the Florida peninsula (Note: Trail children and two others have 14 each. Dur- n'4.
from "consumption" (tuberculosis) or other Ridge) it is 180 feet above sea level and surroundedon ing the 26 years of my residence in this f4 2 t4' ;ftL.1 :rp i p P.. 4 .+PAA e 4
respiratory ailments. every side by an almost unbroken pine forest. BeIng neighborhood I have never had the chillsor >. '
testimonialfrom halfway between the Atlantic Ocean and the malarial fever in -
Toward this end the booklet offered a my family.
Gulf of Mexico we get the full influences of
who Altogether I have paid out
Dr. Tate Powell a Starke physician came never more
here from North Carolina and enjoyed a wide prac- every breeze that sweeps over our pristine pine than $25 in doctors' bills. '
tice. forests. These balsamic odors are accompanied_. by "I came to this state for my health sup- "-: >.,:;."" ...." .' I! iI "......ci"&Jro\1

posing I had consumption. I have entirely .-- ;tt t-lt'fl'.f'Vt"i
regained my'health and have not taken a I f sows co.. .settee ice vasiYese. I. v.
dose of medicine during 20 years. I have I -
lost only four out of my entire family of 88
etJiTORiA1S and these met their deaths from accidentalcauses

The OLD. .
"We now have 23 farms and orange
groves and over 1,000 head of cattle. We
raise our own hog meat and chickens and
The of 'Main Street'Is
Return frequently sell a quantity of both. Also
make our own sugar and syrup, besides
growing sweet potatoes and vegetables of
New U.S. Concept all kinds, as well as peaches plums pears
and many other fruits.
"Our orange groves, set out nine or ten rh r1s
All across America, cities, towns, and more effectively in the downtown area. years ago are starting to pay from $100 to I
even neighborhoods are grappling with 2. Promoting and advertising the $500 per year so with what we receive for
the their old downtown district as an exciting com- the surplus of our crops we are able to save
same challenge: "
munity stage- meeting and gathering money yearly.
commercial areas productive com-
petitive, and a viable part of community, cial place and filled)recreational.with activity, both commer- Industries Wanted

life.Due Even in those days the town's promoters
the visual
3. Enhancing quality -
to shifts and changes in shopping Design., were seeking new industries,
habits and the location of new commer- of historic downtown buildings, with though of a different kind than those
cial districts traditional"downtowns" tasteful signs, window displays, and sought today. On the town's want list '
mill for thread from Sea
landscaped parking space. were: a spinning
have been caught in a
up Island cotton; tannery for cow hides and
cycle of declining property values, occupancy 4. Diversifying the downtown animal skins such as deer otter coon JL-
rates, and declining business economy- filling in gaps by recruitingnew etc.; a blanket or flannel factory; rope andtwine
activityfactors that are increasingly stores to provide a balanced retail factory; citric acid processor and

hard to combat. mix, converting unused space into liv- using cannery cassava; and and farina arrow and root.starch factory,

ing quarters and offices, and improvingthe Churches and their ministers listed in

Can a neglected downtown effectively competitiveness of traditional Property CheapSome the booklet were:
Baptist: Rev. Henry bird, D.D.,
reverse its economic decline? The downtown merchants. bargains advertised by Gardiner pastor.

answer is yes. And Starke is now enter- Starke already has a headstart on at & Pratt's were: Orange Groves from $400to First Presbyterian: Rev. R.B. Mattice, .--- -:, -
ing Phase I of its projected redevelopment least two of these four elements: the $15,000; improved lands from$2.50 to$25 per pastor.
acre Town lots in Starke $15 to
with the aid of a $575,000 grant for current physical improvements, in- and 40; acres on Kingsley Lake at $12$200 per; Methodist: Rev. W.S. Richardson, ...... .."...
pastor. u.ret.awwnnnnn.o i
physical improvements and off-street enhanced
cluding streetscapmg, acre. Christian C.P.
: Young pastor.
parking facilities in the downtown area. lighting, adequate parking, etc.; and The Kentucky House (hotel) advertisednice Mr. Young was also founder and principal
The target date for these improvementsis organization for action, including sup- rooms with fireplace $2 per day, and of Orange Academy, a well-known
next October..in time for the openingof port of the Downtown Progress Com- L.C. Hull thousand.offered "handmade bricks" at school operated in connection with the and the NEWChristIan
the Second Annual Starke Festival of mittee, the Chamber of Commerce, and per Church.

the Arts. the City government. -

Already steps are being taken toward The other elements will) be much

entering Phase II of Downtown easier to accomplish now that this foun- County Agent's NotebookSoil f, Letters

Redevelopment through the National dation has already been laid. ,

Main Street program. An applicationwas The Call Street District, which is now PreparationLast
filed this week for Starke to be in- listed on the National Register of

cluded in the next group of selected Historic Places, has established a good week I discussed garden planningand tion to start a remedial program. To The Fans of Both

Florida towns to be included in this new record of obtaining funding to meet its design. Your next step should be soil Dolomite is a good liming material due BUS and KIIIIS

concept of downtown revitalization, now objectives. Its chances of obtaining fur- preparation and liming. to its magnesium content but because of its Dear Editor:

being used nationwide to bring tradi- ther recognition by being included in the Probably the most physical part of relatively slow reaction, it should be applied After reading both articles in the past
vegetable gardening is preparing the soil well ahead of planting if possible.The .
tional Main Streets back
to life. two weeks'
National Main Street program are con- for planting. On large gardens Telegraphs concerning eventsin
The Main Street approach em- sidered excellent. Landlords and mer- mechanical equipment such as a rototilleror lime or dolomite should be spread the BHS and KHHS JV girls basketball

phasizes using the best of a downtown's chants are already getting "in the sw- tractor-drawn plow often is necessary, evenly over the garden before plowing or games I too feel compelled to respond.I .
surviving assets to build a lasting ing" by improving The appearance of and even the hiring of such equipment of spading it into the soil to a depth of six In- would like to say that in my humble opinion -

positive for associatettwith their buildings, and expanding their in- the job itself may be practical. However, ches. both teams and coaches should be
image everyone smaller the task be credited with not bad
on gardens can accomplished letting a situation get
the areafrom landlord, to tenant, ventories to meet Starke's growing with a spade spading fork or planting Fertilizing you will need preparing to consider the the soil fertilizer for out of hand. The problem was not with the

to the public. needs. shovel. needs of the soil and plants. BHS team nor the KHHS team. The pro-
Turn the ground about three weeks blem was with the officials who in the first
Four Sparked and anchored by the highly
elements are carefully orchestrated before planting when the soil is dry enoughto Nematodes since these troublesome two minutes of the game )let the play get
to create a marketable iden- successful Starke Center of Santa Fe work. Turn the soil completely over root-feeding microscopic eel-worms live out of control-and from that point on, con-
tity for business districts that were Community College, there is every when spading. in the soil, controlling them becomes a tinued not to make calls that should have
formerly neglected and allowed to reason now to believe that our "Main Weeds cover crops and added organic part of preparing the soil for planting. been made. This lack of officiating was
deteriorate. Street" will become one of the outstan- matter such as animal or poultry manure Most chemical controls should be applied done at both ends of the floor-not just BHSor
may all be spaded under at the same time. about two weeks before planting. KHHS.
of what to
These all-important elements ding examples can Sufficient time must be allowed for the Bedding elevated soil beds be
are: may Part of an official's job is to control the
make a once "blighted" area 'the freshly turned-under organic material to needed where puddling
or flooding might physical part of a basketball In fact
1. Organization. Showing how centerpiece attraction that it rightfully decompose and become fairly well-rotted cause root damage. Also beds often are that is their main responsibility.game.
separate groups can work together should be. before seeds are planted. beneficial to such root crops as carrots and
Break all clods i and level with a rake or potatoes. Otherwise it may be advan- Bradford I agree,in there the last was five a lot minutes of fouling and by ft
harrow the soil soon after turning to main- tageous to plant seeds on a level surface to ,
was intentional- to
hurt but to
tain good soil texture and prevent ex- insure moisture in the root zone. Where anyone
cessive For small-seeded beds are needed, they can be constructedwith put KHHS players on the foul line In hopes
Send Book crops
a to College they would miss and BHS would get the re-
such as carrots and all crops to a certain a hoe wheel plow or garden tractor. bound. The
problem was that the officials
I extent a finely pulverized surface insures I'll discuss fertilization and planting in were not making the calls!
easier planting better germination and later articles. In the meantime, call or
Fund Exceeds GoalOnce more even stand. A plank drag may be us- come by your County Agent's office if you Fans have to be responsible for
ed to fit the soil for planting on larger want soil test kit, or if you have any questions themselves. I could tell you many storiesof
gardens. A hand rake may serve the same players being cussed by fans having
purpose in smaller plots.In cups thrown at them and so on, in many
State Bank from the Florida
again Bradford County $500 many gardens soil preparation in- high school games I have been in. Regrettably -
residents have responded tional Bank, and $500 from the local cludes the application of a liming material this has become part of the game to

wholeheartedly to support the Santa Fe chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, the where a soil test shows it to be needed. Griffis Retires many over-zealous fans.

Community College tarke Center by Retired Teachers Sorority. Evelyn Most vegetables grow best on a soil that I hope these events will end with this let-
has a pH Between 5.5 and 6.5 ( After 36 YearsAt ter. BHS
or slightly and
Stump Griffin, who worked tirelessly on KHHS have a strong
to th "Send Book toCollege"
donating $15,745 a
# acid). The symbol "pH" and the figures positive and clean rivalry. The worst that
the project reports that over $2,500
project. With matching fundsof accompanying it are used to express the could come from these events is for this
$10,000 from the State of Florida's came from individual members of the degree of soil acidity. A soil with a pH of Camp BlandingGerald rivalry to end. Ours is an open and free

Academic Trust Fund, the total of Starke Woman's Club. 7.0 is neutral while one with a pH of 6.9 or societyone in which people speak
below is acid or "sour" and one with a pH Griffis Camp Superintendent at and write how they view events. And for
$2:>>,745 will) be placed in a Starke Center The successful "Send a Book to College" ,
of 7.1 above is alkaline
or "sweet".
or retired I'm
Camp Blanding February 1 after my part glad it's that way.I .
Library Trust Fund that will provide a drive was competently chaired by Proper applications of lime made to ex- 36Mi years with the military department.

minimum of $1,500 yearly in perpetuityto Steve Denmark and co-chaired by tremely acid soils will Increase the production Griffis started his service on July 1, 1951 as feel that the officiating in this game
ensure an outstanding collection of Larry Noegel. of most vegetables. The main func- a security guard at Blanding after being was the exception- the rule. Most of-
books and resources for the support of tions of lime are to reduce soil acidity to employed originally with the Army Camp ficials I have watched this year have call-
the local Center. The total rais- The success of this drive further illustrates supply nutrients mainly calcium to the Wrecking Co. when Blanding was deac- ed a very good game.
College this community's soil and to bring minor soil nutrients into tivated in 1949. John Slater
ed locally was 50 percent over the usable form. A well-limed soil helps to
wholehearted of Santa Fe Com-
support As Griffis
superintendent in
camp was
of avoid such blossom-end
original goal $10,000. as rot of
Starke Center and its problems charge of maintenance at (Editor's
munity College tomatoes which is related to an Inadequate Blanding, note: the writer of
Major contributions included a sincere desire to participate in any effort calcium supply. Apply liming materials cluding utilities. He reports that he recently head coach. of the BI-ISGirls Basketball

special challenge grant of $4,000 from to assist the Center In meeting the only if a sol test indicates a need for them the discovered an old abandoned cemeteryof Team.)

the Bradford County Telegraph $3,000 educational and cultural needs of the because too much lime in the soil may be landfill Conway area at family the camp.near Griffis what is now this the

from DuPont, $500 from the Community area it serves. just as bad as too little. makes six known cemeteries on the says Blan-
Liming materials and the amount to
apply -
ding reservation including Oak Grove
depend upon the soil reaction (pH) and the North Range Beulah off on
; Highway 21
.. the of
type among other things. Oftenit
wAloW Roe -- not far from Beulah Church, a cemeterynear
: is necessary to consult technical ad- Blue Pond lathe old Lee family
(( ci t' visor to determine the proper liming program cemetery near Lowery, and a
for your garden soil. But in genera) Prisoner of War Cemetery j

Plutarch described a dog In Roman time who had been taught to simulate the a reaction lime,and below 5 pounds pH 5.5 of dolomite Indicates lime a neefor per Griffis is now residing at his home on LI- The tint concrete road In the U.S.

Symptoms of poisoning, the appearance of death and the return to life 100 square feet Is a fairly effective applica ly Lake near Keystone Heights. was laid in Detroit In 1908.



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Upcoming w

Events.Call Little Miss America A Unique Wedding : C :

Scheduled for March 7

For Entries... Applications are now being accepted -
for the Little Miss-Teen Miss
Florida's 7th Annual Homecoming Florida State Pageant, scheduledfor AAcNelley SchumacherWed
Queen selection will be held Feb. 21 Saturday, March 7 in Orlando, ,
and 22' at'' the Gateway Hilton in Fl. Winners of this pageant will advance -
Kissimmee.iAny )'986-87 High School to the national televised Little UnderwaterThe
Homecoming Queen who has not Miss America pageant. All girls aged -
received her application from her 3 months to 18 years may write ,
school should contact the national of- Marsha Johnson at P.O. Box 9457
fice at 5336 Estate Office Dr., Mem- Chattanooga, TN. 37412. Interestedapplicants bride's voice trembled as she Kyle and Robyn met at Dive Tech,
phis TN. 38119, or phone ((901) may also call (615) spoke the words that would seal a scuba training facility in Orange
6823807. 899-1221. Deadline is Feb. 28. their vows. "For better of worse, Park, where Kyle is the Assistant
sickness and in health,until death us Manager. Having taken several ,
., do part." Words that are said every- classes together, so much of their i
--- -- day by two people starting a new life time was spent underwater that it > k ';
together.The seemed fitting that they should
begin their new life there.
Give Your Valentinea
bystanders got a lump in their
throat as they heard the break in her The wedding was held at beautiful
voice and saw her tear-filled eyes. Alexander Sat.
of Love Springs on January
Message 24, 1987 at 11 a.m. The air
You might consider this commonat temperature was a crisp sunny 35
EXPRESS *" "Y any wedding. A meeting of two degrees, but the clear spring water
that leave as one. But, this was not was a constant 73. Robyn was given
TOUR FEELINGS One from :, just any wedding for they were away by C.H. Romine,owner of Dive
standing in one of Florida's most Tech. Also in attendance were the r
With a gift the heartc'rtifi'ute beautiful springs saying their vows. matron of honor Linda Harrell) and t
Afterwards hand in hand w
v they two best men, Matthew McMurryand h.Mr .
from would swim down on scuba to the Lance Green. Minister of the .
Leila'sIt center of the 25,foot boil and there ceremony was Gene Flosom of the
among the audience of bream that Gainesville Faith United Methodist and Mrs. Schumacher. I
shows came in to nibble on the bridle bou- Church.
d quet, their vows would be sealed.
you care!
Certainly a unique kind of wed- Robyn and Kyle will be residing in
ding, but considering their Starke where Robyn teaches at the
background, it's easy to understand. high school.
Moody and GaskinsSet

Beautiful Free Girt S June Wedding

New Spring Wrap EngagementsMuggelbergHagan
Did You Know... Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody of New
River announce the of
Fashions! Free Scarf! Dr. Steinar Lorentzen of Oslo their daughter, Lisa Ann, to John
Norway and son Karl Ivar', visited Darren Gaskins of Lake Butler.Dar-
Saturday Only Mrs. L.H. Gibson last Monday ren is the son of Ms. Linda Gaskins,
Shop today at Leilu'n and get a scarf through Wednesday. Steinar was a Mr. and Mrs Charles Muggelberg also of Lake Butler and Mr. Johnny-
FREE with Valentine purchase foreign exchange student at Brad- announce the engagement of their Gaskins of Raiford.
any ford High School in 1960-1961 and liv- daughter Nancy L., to Engineman df" 1 1r
Limit one per customer while supply| | ed with the Gibsons for one year. His 3rd Class C Michael Hagan, son of Lisa is a senior at Bradford High
IUHIH. son is an exchange student this yearat Clarence Hagan, Hampton Fl. and School. Darren is a 1985 graduate of
a high school in Georgia.( Joyce Mills, New Richmond, OH. Union County High School and is
11 AIA The bride-to-be is a 1985 graduateof employed by Gillman Paper Com-
DRESS A Dr. Lorentzen was attending an St. Clair High School. She is a student pany in Maxville.The .
Lta/J GIFT SHOP International Convention in New at Oakland University's Schoolof
Bradford Square Shopping Center Orleans last week, Business Administration and wedding is planned for. June
Management. Her fiance is a 1984 27, 1987.
graduate of Bradford High School. Lisa Mo!dy and John Darren Caikfnt
He is in the United States Navy serving
on the USS La Moure County, 1

\.,' .. .>.', .../1 .. .. 0', ..' ., .... ,.- 'O..,. Little Creek,.v.A. i ISue.Ann Nettles, Sue'Ann wills' be a'87 graduate'bf''
IIIIIIM Wfl'! d":i'... .J The couple plans'.to'be united in., -Shawn'Akridge' ,. Bradford High School and is current'1
marriage in May of 1988.
)Iy employed at Powell's Dairy
Plan June
WeddingMr. Freeze. Shawn is a 1985 graduate of
Bradford High and works for North
and Mrs. Ray Nettles, of Florida Well Drilling.The .
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marriage of their daughter,Sue Ann
Call IMerriU II. Williams wedding is planned for June
to Shawn Akridge, son of '
13, 1987 at the Church of God in
964-5391 Mr and Mrs. E. L. Akridge.also of

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Church News
WJULU. Focus W..& Genera monthly meeting of the
Club News At First Baptist Church Woman's Missionary is held on the
first Tuesday of each month at 11:00:

Eaatto pear the Womaa'3Mis'! a.m. Mission Group meetings are Valentine's BanquetTo
!9110111117 1J nom abscirves. w1. /W. scheduled for the second week. Be Held At

Masons install 87 Officers and Htwuai annununitrwitlt,Wavlt\Oat aaquainfi: the! the purposeanrtijottiimplluhmentofltheW church.' These women groups of all ages.are Group designed leaders for 1st Methodist ChurchThe

) .M.U.0Uinnie serving under co-directors Mrs. L. First United Methodist Youthare
11LL -________ H. Jennings and Mrs. R.A. Greenare invited l to attend a Valentine'sIJanquct
The ItruOforil Masonic Lodge No. I---- wnnsttipi services, on Sun : Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Mrs. W.S. acoo:;or (l by the United
:it: take* pride In unnouncing their ;, Wil1gimlJlJallly! and Effie- Haas,. Mrs. Leonard Moore, Mrs. >v
I'!H7 new oUlct'rII. These officers IDUwiifc(fame; testmnomes.at what thew Doug Curies Mrs. Jim Duncan and din theeChu ch FellowshipHall
were' iiihlullcU Dec. 29. 1986. Pie.tured M IT; hues nutanO!tkn,them. Flower Mrs. A:R. Norman. be beginning at 6:110: p.m.
are: mrwgwK morttr by Becky Whitley, Youth are invited to attend and bring -
were. puma J!on each member at the Young girls, aged 3-11. meet each friend to en.oy dinner
Front How:Me) Itanen,Mark Olin. .. nil Wednesday at 6:15: p.m.. Mrs. Ben and a entertainment special by tr. College
Claude Morgan, Ronnie Ratliff, A pnageir bneuk&jstt sponsored by Bryant leads Mission Friend, aged Ensemble In n Trinity UMC of
Stove Kroll. '&'..M.1IIlilia'". h8ftt aCt the Chicken.!: 3-5. Mrs. Jim Duncan and Mrs. Kim
IRRttkwy an Sfona.,. Febt Special. Smith lead Girls in Action aged 6-11. GainesvilleTo make reservations, phone
Back Row: Neil Tucker, Art (piKsn; were thin] Rev! : Ben Bryant, Women and young girls in the 964.6864 by Friday. Feb 13.
Itanen,James Holly,Gordon Brown puottnr off tftir! Flush Baptist!! Church. community are invited to attend
Walter Lee (not pictured are i ttrH MSniHCer Educa- these groups. Call First Baptist
Herbert Green and Archie Tanner). mum Church for more information.St. St. Edward's Members

Attend TrainingThe
Altar DinnerPhrased Respite
A Feb. 23rd meeting is plannedtorthe Society
for the
members of the Lodge with Buz- For Feb15 John Missionary second training session Thurs.
zy speaker.Green All a members local attorney are encouraged as guest- A" eouos(0 dish: dinner bas been Baptist Church Observes Feb.Respite 5, at P-ogram the Holy Faith Social Hallin
sutttrthlWi for Feb IS- tottiiraiirUwaJISeniair < Gainesville.
to attend this and all other Sunday Black History MonthThe
scheduled for the 2nd and Citizens: by St.Ed-
meetings 'MIIIUIt, A huniilmadequilt by the Leilani Doty of the Dedicated
4th Monday of each month. IJUiII'Ilwtnmelr.to wulll presented: Youth Dept. of St. John Miss. Alternative Resources for the

... .. ,- 1.". r' 0 III II 'ttdlbwmIC! thedinner. Baptist Church of Lawtey will Eldery. spoke on communication
D.A.R. to Meet IW7 ktowmic ....... Off io..s M mtt n* ass invited! to par. observe Black History Month during skills. She conducted small group
ttunpaiar im Che W veldt:: Day of Prayer its Youth Day Services on Sunday, exercises in relation to dealing with
Thurs., Feb. 19 Feb. 15 at 11:30: a.m.Speaker will be
U.D.C. to Meet !tIfII'< The Samuel Elbert Chapter Lunch Bunch Set Sat the i itestty tenure Church:: Mrs. Mona Bright, English teacherat
Sat., Feb. 21 For Feb. 13 Bradford High School. Her Certificates of Participation were
D.A.R. will meet Thursday. Feb. 19 Friday.
Fish Fry Gospel Sing presenation will be titled who had
presented to those com-
the home of Mrs. The Weeks
at 2:00: p.m. at W.T. Chapter U.D.C.
Tht.FII'h1 Prmbvtnrium Count "Understanding Our Past in Orderto
of the Respite
Set For Feb. 14 pleted requirements
Raiford Road. has scheduled for
Gilbert Brown. 1615 their next meeting
Mill host a !Lunch !IBum'b FTnittuj.. Appreciate The Present to Attending the session
This is an important meeting attend.and all Feb. 21 at 12:00 noon at the Bradford Feb. 13 at :12MH!mmm The small ui A" Flttfti Fby and! Gasped Sing is Prepare For a Successful Future." from St. Edward's were Betty
members are urged to Family Restaurant free and everyone;u>[srairtHl !tIttRdWIffG! Bar Salt, Febi 14 at the Dazinbki, Kitty Chism. Toni Coss
FUJI) Gospel Missions on SR: 100 at Guest soloist will be Ms Daisy Ruth Meng, Sophie Kimutis Jennie
Sow RlMttir: The Etoppy Day GospelSinus Davis. The public is invited to at- Shaeffer Mary Humphries and
finnnn Jacksonville will! perIbllYlll" tend. Dolores Mcng
Special Arrival weather permitting: Dinner
vwill tte alt-lltHI1p'Im: and! the singing
vwilll)eVillbw an ox oo>pmt
BBm! Blilie 6V'Berry invites, the
Jonathan Brian JohnsonPaul guttikc tkv JPUB him and! other church
nutmftttii Bur\hrs! event
and Prima don Johnson of I
Lake their son.Jonathan Butler announce Brian.the birth of About are 40 95 years percent old. of all Americans marry at least wine fey the Untie s9spr Soan ShOP

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Jonathan joins a brother, William. S0'W.Call Street J R (Next to Post Office) 964.7204 ;S :

Maternal grandparents are Bill ((9U)H..SU A SMTiaiGift Slip : Ci
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Paternal grandparents are Tommy ( .
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& .. February 12. I9H7 TELEGRAPH P.IIlle'lA

Awards <& KccogiiilioiL. I "HOW'S THE FAMILY? Hampton HilitesIf I

Julie Wood To .... ... .'c. .. "......." ROMANCE IN YOUR RELATIONSHIPBy
HolorrsIMiiHir :Mrng Hampton>> Klein.: << School: -
Attend West Point Rev. Ed Kirkland
tfillIIIilIome :
CuilihiulOH, lor special achievement -

Julie Ann Wood, senior at Barlett I Yen,, it's thai wonderful\ time of year again when we have set aside a during j the I third! six weeks

High School, Anchorage AU recently II bjr invlacfaevery toyfnend,fiancee and especially husband expected on Leave grading punish were! presented to

received a Presidential nomination I*"care enough la send the very best". And fellas you had better care S. Sgt. Douglas Kowfll) with his students on Feb 8 by 1'l'Ilicipul i|

to the United States Military enough becaioe if you don't the price will be much higher. That's wile, Lyn, and daughters, Verity und Mary Ann Kyle.

Academy West Point, New York. beam women. are romantics. You say you don't believe me? You say Kclx'ccu, began his one month leave
Julie ranks number one in her IhaLsound prejudice? Weil,just stop in any bookstore and ask which sex on Jail. :20!( They are visiting! his Student Achievements:

class of 354 students. In the three purchases OMB! of the romantic: novels. I think than you'll agree that parents, Mr. & Mi's. Jake Rowel) Receiving cerlilicalcs for nil A's
and one-half W'IIIDeIIIftIII to hare it in their blood. und other relatives and I fiends. .
years has been at were: fi..11I I Vn. kl huff' Juhn :\"'':Milliin.Mlltllll .
Barlett High School, she has maintained However, most men are exactly the opposite. Our view of romance Is Doug's previous assignment was in *.*. MtllllH: '' end .fact I'tlllh-M; r.Jllll. tShiimum
a rigorous academic program sitting in separate chairs and sharing popcorn while we watch the lateshuworscniefavoettesport Biloxi, Mississippi Following his Auuiiiulilo, HuMAn| 'hry.Juc'lyn f'wsJi
with a 4.0 grade point average. on television. A big night out starts with a trip leave, he plans to spend the next 'nud"111I'lIn., Ali'K Kin'hiimn, I.."Tears. :M llirsi"li>llunmill
'iiisnn :Mel:ulliiuuli. :.1 .Y
Julie lettered in band, soccer and to the local ndeo rental store.Guy's. know you may never admit it, but three years with the Air Farce in Anitiln Mnili: mill. I .,..,lulu, Srmlhlm'k' .
cheerleading and played the flute in cfaances are that youknow when your wife accuses you of being as romantic Mis.iwa, Japan We wish them till ('hilstmu Ifiane und.l"nndrr IlurlyiuM'5
the concert and symphonic band. as a rock she's probably right. I lie Ix-sl ol luck! Kiir Ford| mill lftriu Huillmil, .

She was also a member of the cross Speaking of rocks,let me pe you an example which still strikes terror 'Her( A. Ulliiiiiirlliill Auuiiiiilibi I <<;.iililn.uliiivi'luy''Arrh"y. Ami*nllii.'r r.rinh'l MM KITS

country team for three years. in my heart every year nt February. When my wife and I were dating, I Mlllh Celebrated Kmiily Itumks, Ituliiil l Itnsmr', Aluiu nisli->.
Julie's parents are LTC and Mrs. made terrible mistake. I gave her an engagement ring on Valentine's Birthday >> 'I'i-il ( in"I'in, DIIVII! "In'.., linlun: :Mm Kim iimlOHIIIIV
The oualake Family members celebrated the WIMUIMK' l.iuik Kl i :NIK; 'mi At nth,
Day. not her
Kenneth It. Wood Ft. Richardson, was asking to get married that's worked outgreat HunnillKulHila
Alien KhiKlin. Itnlmil
Al. Grandparents are Mrs. Maurice It wasn't even m giving her a ring. generally they seem to expect birthday of their mother, Mrs. Mary MiMiMly,' li.nr."S<'inc, ,> uml. J..hhY SlurlmK .iuili, :t
Sands Huntsville, Ala. and Julian A. Br the way. I always did think that was unfair because you shell out Clifford Rahmes on Feb. 5. She was Alum Itiktr, Ham ItitkiTH, iJi'AniuiKM
and Dorothy Wood of Bagdad. hundreds a even thousands of dollars for her ring as a "symbol of your 104 years ol age that day Mrs. ; 'hi'Inili'i'(IT. ChriHloilif, | (,,|,|*.. Amuiiilu
Mina Jbr8. ....... lore.Bui.she can pick for 119.95 in sale" Rahmes a former resident of dli'iiii.' Shaun. :Musi mill lUimliiVurnum. lraili
Great-grandmother is Mrs. MyrtleM. yours up a "special advertising .1. ( hui li,H(;iimlutil., Ji'iinv ....h"..." end Ail| ilHliiUKiMN I
Barnes of Starke. through the paper or TV. Anyway the mistake was in giving it to her on Hampton, resides with her dliiiU'4; MIM>> .....n. <: K KuiguuIruiiv
Valentine's Day.Ererythuqg daughter, Mrs lla/.el Starr in :MiCulli.uKh and :M..rk Smith, .ni'k--J
: was fine until the next Valentine's Day rolled around. I Waldo. Other children who enjoyed ..liisiAMI l.a, hnt; luiiiM'n.ii.K. Billiu Jn :\ .
So'II'.A"h', !Suinunlha rrumiin and
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mean, bow do you top that as a romantic gift? Especially when you're birthday cake with Mrs. Rahmeswere !Slue YnlinU'' (ruilii 6 Ounit'llii IluruKL. Hill'
Surprise Luncheon Held of red carnations and white Figi newly manned bring in a tiny apartment without enough money to even Mrs Gladys ChCSi: >I'/' ol Waldo, K\ll, KilHJ'\ ... Angel IL(:..".I and Nulisliu! '
For Joan mums. The other luncheon tables qualify to bYe on a ""budaeT. So, I got this great idea. I gave her a "pet Mrs Edna IJyal ol Jacksonville kiulhsrdv: ; 1 :Muik clue hors.. Unniiu, huiilup.mil ,
Chitty were covered with white lace doths. rock" Yon remember they came in a cute little box with air holes, sitting Mrs Alta Albrecht ol Waldo andMr. W illium I'l"in-. Miisl Impanel,-.|.. Avdta1'dlan L; .mnril l In l hhoii; -
and centerd with red rose buds. Red on a bed of straw. Back then people were actually advertising to George Katimes ol Hampton foci end Itmi'h KhiHli'il

Ms. Joan Chitty was and white valentine lingerie sachet babysit far them (I always did wonder if anyone ever paid them to do l'erlr'rt. l AtliMiiliintM. + c'i'rlilKjititufrt'Ui\' ,
honored at a luncheon and recently bags filled with perfumed Dower that, I Unugjit it was perfect But, my wife didn't exactly agree. You Surprise Party'Mrs. Kinili-lltulli-ll' 'KI<,,MIIIIII| | .h'I.... .Nikkl. Baker

lingerie shower given by surprise Mrs petals.I, herb and spices and toed could say her reaction was "stone cold" (sorry, I couldn't resist). Billie Jean Curtis was vii( hlittlinii u Ih.Jiihiiil I''I| )is<1"1.uu4'.Kimtu Kl ik"" Kuuutt."Mill"'.Kiinu Ksli'l South lien

James Crosby at her home witn tiny red bows, were all handmade Twelve Valentine's Days later,she still remembers (and reminds me) pleasantly surprised with a party .mil. Mi'lmh. YiiunuhliiiHl: AlchiAllllHT ',
Bayless Highway. The event on by Mrs. Crosby and placed at of the pet rock. Through this experience I have learned some things I held at the City Hall on Sunday Feb Bit kt.n.. Alicia, CnslL..Vicki llultn.mil. ,
held in of Ms. was each place as luncheon favors. .-a I1o.... on to you. First of all, go ahead and admit being romantic 8, in celebration ol her birthday. C'Indnnii: 'g'iri., diuilt" K.I'I NiH'mi: Auk
recognition Chitty'swedding 'I auto' HIIIUII.. Patrick I Flu uginr, H.iiilii| Khmli n
to James R. Rogers Jr. of Appetizers were served upon doesn't comenatnratly for you.Recognize you're going to have to work at Family members present were 'her dad ItiilHTlil Suirti,. Grade; 2 ShliilliirnAittlillillilii '
Gainesville Feb. guests arrival. Prior to lunch. the iL hushand'red Curtis, all her children lliiM| Arch, Alluu IllIk,',. .l.iiUn"
on 7 1987.
honoree was surprised with an arrayof To lingerie gifts by the card and II doesn't close Irlends. She the Krulphrr, | Unison, Mew ''nll'lC..n'11"1.I ISlinkliinil
guests.Enjoying a gal. Pave to be expensive or useful. In fact, flowers appreciated unit nulnllv' 'riininnim. Oi.ukhmli'HCi.iutiiiil. I
Four luncheon tables were the occasion w'ete all I the ladies seem to be a favorite and they don't do anything at all except sit there. gilts cards and gold wishes. Birth <' ..liiiilliTM'y. Jenny JiituiMinKllMvUi .
decorated in the Valentine employed at the Bradford School Then. plan a special night out just the two of you. And, take her day cake and other refreshments 1 -. I Ian Murnct.rtildr, ...>. Mi( sweetheart theme in red and white. Board Administration Office somewhere thai serves something more than just burgers, fires and a were enjoyed by all attending the m> :\III\. Slhiiiii Mm,"IK, J.imi" KhiHliii. .. AIIIIISmilKiiiH
The honor table in the Dote and Ji nniliT Si'iiix.v. Oi ark 4 Kit kAilmim.
dining room Building. Assisting in serving were partyHospilali.ed Ihiihlmu, Hnniinf, Wiivnu l'"I.,1.J"hl'
was covered with a red linen cloth Mrs. Charles Hutcheson and :Mrs. You may be surprised. By investing some of your time to show her you ('''11''''. Ji'itmlvr nude>. T'mC.**...... I' K
and centered with an arrangement Don Chitty. love her And by spending a little money on her instead of on the kids or ."'I"". Ji MlllliT Juilri. ,\",,,". ...*...',. M.irk:

:JfJll df.she witl get the message that you care for her and she's still the U B. (Bill) Stone was admitted to !Smith,' !SCPIHU and., lli'rHhi'l HiHlHi-H. ijlilniii, iH'iuvr: Crude IH-hl.%KlmiliKhmlfil JUKIAili ,.

O'Steen CompetesIn Williams special lady in your life. The Bible explains it by saying, "Husbands, love Shards Hospital in Gainesville on >.. Ailnm <'iiiulin", Andy hull, '...I. Mil
Gemini Cup Completes :your wives'". I bet she would rather spend the time with you than reading Feb 1 for observation" and, ticdtinent ,thi'll JiiHun H.nl llIc'lI. (Ofnii 'ltdilloril. Smnmilniilimnmi '
Recruit TrainingMarine that romance novel anyway. Have a great Valentine's together! He is a patient in Room 5444 .SI""II'.u.'n.. .KimWilsnnm', < !tl.c',.

Stephanie O'Steen of Starke, com- Pfc. Ed KMOand is pastor! cf the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church at Kingsley and vte wish, him .i ,1J'k| l'I'l'U1'I'Y.Alan \11.1,1.. Ki'immi. 6.Ki'llv BI\JIII''Anhi-r'''. li'"Suiiilu fK: - Mitchell S. '
peted in the Gemini Cup Gymnasticsmeet Wdf'1aIDS"son Lake Tohmf. question aPJout your family answered you may call his of. Miih.ii'l Mt Krone. i."c In'litorria.' : (Oirnu S4.iiL1.
held in Oldsmar, Fl. February7th of Walter H. Williams Lawley flee at 533-21,1 or write to: How's The Family, Kingsley Lake Baptist Rogers HonoredAlan \. IJnviil Smith' hiiinh CiiilimiNNl K.IIIII
and 8th.Individually. has completed recruit training at CknrdL5331Se.eimoieSi: Starfer. FL 32091. \c.d'hu.nd AllllllSc>iHl... GllliU'7-Jo'V ll.ii'
Marine Corps Depot, Pams Island Greg Rogers was named Santa l>iltlv Juntii, 1.1., J"......J >imilir t..'Hliu. .. M.ii
she placed 2nd on SC. Fe Community College Student of ilex ,''II''Y. Hillmm I'liit. l n.' t tHllU
balance beam, 2nd on vault, 5th on Hampton Elem. School the Year at the Jan. 31st ceremony *! !_. 111111111, KlnlUI'1"* .11',1, \\",. ,

floor excercise and 4th ail-around.! Congratulations... held by the Chamber of Commerceat
Her team, Baymeadows Gym- SchoolMenus EnlItelea VisitorsMis.
Camp Blanding Armory. His Certificate -
and Kim Baker of
nastic of Jacksonville, placed se On Wed, Feb. 19, students will Jeffrey Hampton specified 'Exceptional Eden Harris. .: of St. Paul' ,
proudly announce the birth of
cond. Twenty teams from the Irate school MiniH'SDla! will leave Thursday
: at 1 p m. their Lee Baker Jr. Academic and Personal Achieve
son, Jeffrey on
southeast competed in the meet at ment'. 111110\\ tug| a two ucel\isit i! with her
New1udents Feb. 5. He was born at Alachua _
this level. Howl ''nl'lIllsIl'll! and Patlie Cunni'lly. -

,-- Sherry DeStte recently enrolled in General Hospital in Gainesville Tardy Students... .
the K.-1 Class. She transferred from weighing 7 Ibs. 3 ozs and measured Dr.. Paul and Loretta Vasqucs olStimlusky
Parents asked
Feb. are to help with the
16Feb. 19'i inches.
SMuoteMidle SHarfce. hraihvi'sasd
isiled her
in Enrolling in Ohio
excessive number of student tardiesat
Paula Green HonoredAt Bradford ESP...Jk Middle Sr.... First Grade were Trenton Jones Paternal grandparents are Jeff Starke School. 1.1 m 11 if*. Paul and Fran Monti! ,
Bridal Shower _. from Kim Thornton from and Helen Baker of Hampton. Elementary A
M S'I4-Wyrlable.up..MItn arit.i.chee.e Largo number of students arrive at school over the weekend.
.( Maternal grandmother is Anna
Wart nun cup. suee null S8arke EDementary and Amanda
Paula Green was recently honoredat T.rdav; FrIed ahlda.. Raked __ euw'k.Wad Jones from Ft. White. Buhler of Hampton. 10-20 minutes late almost every mor
the strawbwry uhia-teake.rtwmiu. mlk Maternal is ning. This creates a problem in get
a bridal shower held Jan. 30 at great-grandfather
w..dni'.diir. 'Early.s\: ,_.... 1/2 Off Fall &
class Winter Sale
home of Mrs. Joseph Gissy in Green bun. cabbage .l".... butlerad conn! fault" Jrilt*. Fifth Grade... John Ayars of Hampton. ting assignments and beginn-
Acres. She is the future bride of milk This class has been enjoying the Jeffrey Lee joins half sisters ing work on time. A tardy student
Greg Wilkinson. n........,.. Spaghetti .../_..j.ut l.s15, *r W l& Pizza Hut "Book-it" Program. Alicia Baker who is 8 and Nikki should report to the office first for an Leilas Bradford

Hosting the event were: Mrs. l era bean ManafKr,apple'.
Joseph Gissy, Mrs. Glen Harris, Bradford Middle Submit ntudrau_ttftnmfuf caupusashxetk1nberare: April Ar-
I Mrs. Jodie Johnson and Mrs. Nor- a hot lunUi or ji Milad iiarBradf royaje. Tamara EUcnm,, Crystal -

man Phillips. They presented Paula rd I igh ScUUMnwUv Greer' Tera :Matryastc; Terries '

I with a set of new vision cookware. : Bartwcue bed_ tern.IYtmn.dnma.fruit Jackaon. Darlene Knowles Tonya 's ,1i7dti

cup. brownie,mlkTiirWay. Marlon. Angel Mobley Dana
: Chili crackBra. bKNr Hutt. ara'W-' X__, Carafe Norman. Smita
salad, peach A.G.H. Offers Health ....._,.:Car dIC.mwm-iAebtrme doe.m Panel. Kelly TJoomc G. Sharon Mor
beam, fruit jello.cane milkTkanrfa ris. QuenDin Oustn, Oliver Crum,
Seminar For Women *.: Bad and. gray, touomit line" tan- WiOlDS Hankeson. Jonathan Smith
bred gmen i>ea.. mtaed irpwbb., ariand Damn Young<< Renwick Tyson, and
General cake hot rolki.milk
Alachua Hospital's
Stere Barber We are especially -
is lrlda>: Manger ..CbwoPDtryAtaCw proud .
Women Health Program offeringa
tj)( Crystal. Dana Candie Smita,
seminar on "Premenstrual Syn- Kelly and Sharon for their participation -

drome: The Team Approach"Thurs. Moa4a,.: Curnd..... JUUJL. rlhoedbmpea,. in the past four months. New Broiler HousesCargiilParamount
., Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. french fries milkiihakiraTae ,
keep Ibr weak:
The seminar will be held in the .4ay. UamburgnrB. ....... fipoodb.milkahakeft. trine? mf

AG1I Oak Room, first floor. A $10 *...orange(Cnneatiburaam.| juice. onnducWedimda +..Ibmnilfc fclMk.milkiihakea Rrruperatin;
fee will cover cost of ,
registration orange juice .
materials. Youngsters may stay in a Tlm ...ay: Uamburgcnu o n>1k1p.. anna.milkiihakeB. 11""a'1l1l1" Jl W.vn.t "n..II hnrrifV ,
Phone .fraud fI'_. Jan! V Ir.MJII :VxtCi FWulaivthrrc
at cost.
supervised no
nursery Friday: Manager Oioirr Day she,
Re pa ut n..u.Jj1 wjbit.
AGH Training Dept. at 338-2188 to
register. Each day tudenta line M ehoue glad barer they may iHtranaae a-IUMjme. her toeMittSALUTE rmmpr.et totlnwing


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PsNeBA TELEGRAPH February 12. 1987

I Brooker News

hay ier I Rasp

Around Town.. i? ,
Kit rr land ConcertSet '
Russell Green is home at last l."AI'tt'r .
Feb. 19 at B.i.:.
a freak accident with a 'large k 4. .JI
The annual P.T.A. River Id ml roll of hay Nov 10, a stay in the N.F. F 'r < rs
4 f
lINe Oub Concert is set at the Regional p., in Gainesville and a I j
MhmJ um.li: room next Thursday, stopover for some time at the tAr-' r ay 1 r rma1ET

Frt 19! at 7':JP p. m. Memorial Regional Rehabilitative

KirwJrrgjrten, First and Second Center in Jacksonville, I'm finally
grate stuilenb will perform the home," said Green.

imbue nf Ella Jenkins, a famous Although tired from the (trip home,

iiwnpnMV of thiklrrn song his joy at being back was very muchin
The ftuMte' b. cordially invited. evidence as he arrived late ''al>tSatu..day j l 11 0e

evening Green is doing
School Activities. ct.k'
.. well after 'the ordeal' and being away .r,
Students in PE at BBS got off to a from home for 90 days. "My 'friends'

"? "* slarl in !softer, beginning the are always welcome to stop by
first of the month. PE instructor anytime, but I do nap between two .4 k/4.'I

Ran4itnlJunhrnsaid "I have never and four each day," said Green.At .

sent audi hinous and vigorous playing this writing, two of our ;
as my students are now doing. are in hospitals in
The stmU-nts! are getting in plenty of Gainesville in critical condition

Tumie running the length of the Mrs. Alberto Stokes is in Alathua

held nu reran limes during practice General and Ruby Allen is in Sh.uxls :
I'm sure they will show just .is Teaching Hospital. The families ask
much: enthusiasm during the countywide for your prayers for both ladies

soccer tournament coming j MA

Thurs. Feb. 12 Even tiivKiixlrrgartten ; -...-- -- ...... r
and first grade

!&(u>tent are showing! more love of Winning Essay. Starke Elementary Smarties...

the fmrt as! they play lead-up games Those third fourth and fifth students at Starke In the middle
My name is Eric Mason. I was grade Elementary row II to 1'1: Temika Berry Robbie Bassrll. Krsha
with ssotwr .k.J5"! born on August I, 1975 in Gainesville made straif.lhl8 In their report cards: for the third six week grading Wilkes. Cassandra Jarvis llealhrr Cumberland, Christy Johns and

My parents are Mr. and Mis period.! Jewel' Walker
Mr*. Gail Cook has planned a busy Willima Mason We live in Graham From left to right on the front row: Amanda Lee, Renee (demons Danny In the third row (I to rl): Jeffery Evans Amy Parrish. Jennifer Shadd.

month lor her kindergarten Alter school I like to play 'football Nugent Tonya Slates, Angola Jriffls, Elisabeth Cumbt'rland.l\1t'lissa Kstella Ut'nlon.J 'son Uugdale. Crystal (;rl"f'r. Smila Patel Dana
students A special thanks goes out or ol her games I such as basketball orsoicer l\1cJ.eodlIt'alher Williams, Terl Laney Chris: Newsome and Craig Starl New: home. lIelall'alel. Wendy Thornton and Jonathan Smith.
la Cecilia Young for talking to the
I also like baseball big
I to play
class:: on disabilities and for the loanDlawht.'vtt.hair
: The children had' an and kickball. I like to I swim. loo. We

wpportumlj to try on various han- usually ride bikes alter school.
itocap desires and are working on I like to go to PE at school. My w

rlcsarnCiIy: awareness booklets and favorite subjects! ate social studies

fisfpfls A field tnp to Alathua and' spelling Last year, I was the

General Hospital! the AG's spelling bee champion ol B.E.
helvcnfifer pod the Gainesville Air- I would' like to be an astronaut

port acid a trip to the Children's: Den- \I hen I glow up. i would' also like to

let UfItt.e were. enjo>e man will complete: the class studies achieve these things I watch and

on career possibilities and transportation. check oul books and movies on

The special units to be .astionauls To help achieve being/ a

caterer!this. month are dental health loothall player I watch loolhall
"' .. LL
and -our country: Saul.-

'. 4L- '
In math the class will be re i'sing .

numerab I 0-19 and begin work on
A-B Honor Roll
Irarttom and money. Parents ate
asked to help their child to identity The lolloping students made (theAB
coins The new people of the month honor roll for the third !six \\('l'ksgl'.lIllIIg

are: )Ir. Lwttti lemon :'ollipops. Mr. period:
D with (te>M.i us doughnuts Mr G BIUIII Carver, Amanda (.Iiillis.
with gooey gum. Mr. C with cotton Emily Ul'blll: Drew Andrews
candy: and :Miss I who, > itihes A Kevin Andrews Latlietta Hogg(,

!special thank. gi> to all who donatedpttlnMCitoe Uebecia Miller, Susanne Joiner

for the letter people Amanda Spivey', Ashley :NipperUannv ; -

cvaslumes !which are r.I.IlIy imnpteted. Haidan Jimmy Berry. r ,, .r .

A Valentine Day party has ;Melissa ieei, Denise Pitlm.in, AnnCievvs. 'cr.7iJ.A"" ...."J.Hor.tixr,. ..._..:&.u............"._ -- .... -, r_..- ____ ,. .rrM _. _. _._ __n_. _tl.-!w e .. I
heels for Jennifer Ham
planned Friday afternoonFeti Magyan,
U. P"renfsart.'asked to please Bryant. Jaie Pierce, !Milcheliainev. / -bp M..5-.
'A' Students.
contact<< Mrs Cook about contribution ( Matt Stalloid" R>an ;Mason Straight ..

t" |*>rt> ,supplies, Adelaida. Heiii.indeMand.v I. terrard These first and second grade students at Slarke Elementary' made I'adgell, Brands Johns Dipt! Patel Carrie Thompson Itt'nrl"'organ.: .

Kebekah We'ch Annllalliiiciik. straight A' on their repot cards for the third six week grading, prrUxl.From (lirls Kenny and \'iiki De.Sue.

During the awards. presentationprogram Wendy. Williams, Kox.iiinKellev left to light in the front row: Khoshaunda limes AdneiineHailgette In the rear: Itasheela (Chandler :Nakishaillums.. I.indsa> "'O
fur the third IXt.t.'k,.. Pamela Hall, iMcifilillijuicksall. Ti.ivistrew'' Jeffery Sellers Matt Pusateii, Trey Ross, David Emily Hartley, Ithiannon Bolt Jason Thompson. Michelle: O'Sleen. Carrie -
3lerehthJorrfan was. chosen sew lent! ( Michael M>eis, Kdvv.udBaker. ; :\Mi.Nelle.v.iSli.iwn: Tyson Jason Birk Cu"ey1011I.: .... Kim Phauis' Crawford ('r>"stal Sihe>der. Amandaelch.. Sarika I'alel.ngela
srsox-weeks' and Alan .'lo\"I't.t. JV- Angela Phillips and 1"lIIcI..t.1..f1W Vanessa :.Noim.in, Crystal Melvin and Stacy Katon. Milliard, :Mol.issa :Morris Aaron Hamilton. Rabbi Jo I'ike and Billy

ed line rnnKil imprmeil award' In the middle. row from left to right: Jason llankerson Chris Crawford, :Maiist.

Drew Wainwright' Michael Porchlat/o, Kelly Williams Kimberly
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16.24 TO BAN MINORS fROM POOL R2A" for and Convalescent Home
-..- ,_ .. WITNE$5: my hand and official seal ot BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER Nursing
Legal said Court this 2nd day of February 'NOTICE OF AUCTION BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA HAllS AND 'AMUSEMENT to the Starlte Board of Adjustment on
1987. NOTICE is hereby given that on Monday /t/Gilbert S. Brown POOL IS PUBLICLY PLAYED: EX. property that is Classified R2A and

GILBERT S. BROWN February 23 1987 at 10:00 o'clock GILBERT S. BROWN EMPTING CITY RECREATION CENTERS described below:
NoticesIN Clerk of Court a.m. the undersigned Gator CLERK AND BOWLING ALLEYS: AND PROVIDING 4.*4 Acres located South of E. Laura

By: Beuloh M Moody Frttghtways, Inc.. will sell at public auction 2/l21tchg AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE St.. at and West of S. Water St. (Hwy 100))
Deputy Clerk for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.,. Jackson. DATE. and North of Alligator Creek, in
SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY ville. Fla., one lot of furniture. consigned TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. Southeast Starke. out of Parcel
THE CIRCUIT COURT Description: Lot 9 to Wicker House, Altomonte Springs NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE BY: Terence M.llrownAttorn.y 01754.00100 in Section 28. Township e

Of FLORIDA. EIGHTH A parcel of land situated In Northwest Fla., one lot of china glassware, consigned NOTICE Is hereby given that I I. DolphE. for City South Range 22 East to be used far Nursing
One Quarter of Section 16 Township 7 to Gragula Frendondoi Miami Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County 40. and Convalescent Home.
101 BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA South, Range 20 East Bradford County, Fla.. to satisfy freight and storage Florida under and by virtue of Writ of 486 North Temple Ave. The Starke Board of Adjustment will
CASE NO 86-306 Florida, said parcel being more particularly charges, under the provisions Section Execution to.wll'b.cutlon Starke. Florida 32091 conduct a public hearing at their regular
described as follows: 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of lading.Pro. Issued out of County Court 2/12 Itchg meeting field at 7:30 p.m.. In the Council
I FEDERAL LAND BANK Of 14.784377 dtd 112486Pro. --- - Room of Starke City Hall Thompson
Commence at a concrete monument at of Alachua County Florida pursuant to a
COLUMBIA PToirttiffs the Northeast corner of said NW1/4 and 02.759841 dtd 12/9/86 Final judgement for Associates Financial Street 51ar..... Florida on Thursday.

vsWIUJAMO run S. 89 deg. 20 min. 57 sec W. along Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier Services Co. of Florida Inc. and NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF February 26. 1987.
DODD and. the North line of said Section 16 a 2/12 2tchg 2/19 against Sinclair Holmes and Evelyn ORDINANCE BY CITY COMMISSION At this lime, all persons will be heard

E1LOUOCT. DODO distance of 95.00 feet, thence run S 00 Holmes Bradley, defendant In the STARKE. FLORIDA concerning this application as specifiedIn
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lea ode: and RALSTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proSposed the toning codes of the city of 510'...
of 25
deg 09 min 11 sec W, 605.24 feet to the amount SI ,722 together
PVsrtMA' COMPANY Defendants Ordinance, whose title Director. Starke Bd of Ad).
center line of a 60 foot easement for collection.
hereinafter will be consideredfor
Utilities and General road purposes, Notice Have seized and hove In my posiesslon appears
the 17th of
NOTICE OF SALE enactment on day
thence run S 89 deg 50 min 49 sec W. The City of lawtey CommunityDvelopment the following described personal February A.D., 1987. at the City Commission OF INTENTIONTO
along sad centerline, 320.20 feet to the Office, of their property to-witt
None is hereby given that pursuant part Meeting commencing at 7:30 REGISTER
la Find Judgement of Foreclosure Point of Beginning: thence continue S 89 Demolition/Relocation Program willrectlve 1981 Ford Pickup p.m.. In the City Hall. 209 N. Thompson FICTITIOUS NAME
deg 50 mm 49 sec W, 27,81 feet, thencerun sealed bids for the Demolitionand I 1.0. No. TDF1SFX8NA82828
Florida. A of said
unwed here, I will sell the property above named Street Starke, copy Pursuant to Section B6S.09. Florida
N 23 deg 12 min 04 sec W. along suidceriterline As the property of
radford Florida. Lot Clearing of one single family Ordinance ". Inspected by
Mtwared m County. and that Monday the 9th may any Statutes, notice is hereby given that the
described MI rh. attached Schedule of 18.62 feet, thence run S 66 dwelling located on Brown lane In defendant on member of the public at the Office of the undersigned REPAW. Inc.. P.O. Box. 59.
Property, of public sole, to the. highestami deg 47 mm 56 sec W, 438.60 feet to the Lowtey. Bids will be accepted at the day of March the 1987 at two of o'clock the Bradford on said City Clerk In the City Hall Starke. SIar....Florida, sole or Joint owners doing -
best bdde: *far cash, at the front en- centerline of BRAGGS BRANCH: thence Community Development Office, temporarily day on premise Florida. On the dote first abovementioned business under the firm name of
offer for sale and sell
Jail I
wane of the. Bradford County Cour- run along the centerline of said Branch located at 156 U. S. 90 East, P.O. County the bidder for cash In hand, all Interested parties may AAA Title Services P.O. Box. 5*. SIor.....
Bradford with the following courses and Bo. 54. Baldwin Florida 32234 until to highest and be heard with to this
those MI Stark. County appear respect Florida, intends to register said fictitiousname
described of said
distances S 18 deg 25 min 50 sec E. 26.69 th. above property
Flonda. at 11.00)a.m.. on the 4th day of : 12:00 Noon on February 19, 1987. Bids proposed Ordinance.AN under the aforesaid statute.
feet SOI deg 42 min 24 sec W, 45.05 feetto defendant tc satisfy the aforesaid Execution.
March.' 1937.WITNtSS' : will be opened at 1:00 PM on February ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION Dated this 10 day of Feburary. A.D.
my' hand and official seal of the centerhne of a creek, thence run 19, 1987. For additional information Reddish Sheriff 17 OF ORDINANCES NO. 24 A and 1987 in 5t...... Florida.
sad Court rhi. 2nd day of February along said cr..k with the followingcourse come by the office or call 266.9562 bet. Dolph E. 275 A TO EXTEND CLAY VIDEO. INC.'S REPAW. Inc.
and distances N 87 deg 22 min 32 Bradford County,
1987' : wean 8:30 AM and 500.PM Monday NON-EXCtUSIVE CATV FRANCHISE FOR By Richard Welty. Pres.
GILBERT S. BROWN sec E, 59.28 feet. N 52 deg 28 mm 30 secE through Friday The City off Lawtey Community -- 2/124tchg3/S A PERIOD OF FIFTEEN YEARS AND PRO. 2/1241pd3/5
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Clerk of Court 35.47 feet, N 36 deg 06 mm 05 sec E. Development Office reserves the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO VIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE
By: lI.uah-M.! MoodyD.puty 11.40 feet S 68 deg 08 min 56 sec E. right to reecl{ any and all bids Lowtey is REGISTER DATE. - -
Clerk II.40 feet, S 74 deg 31 min 09 sec E. an Equal Opportunity Employer. Indicate TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. NOTICEC
SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY 36.36 feet: 5 69 23 min 22 sec E, 48.60 sealed bid on outside of envelope. FICTITIOUS NAME BY Terence M. Brown BYRON TERWILLEGAR has made

Parcel k Thou portion of the. E 'of NE feet: N 59 deg 03 min 46 sec E. 58.28 2/121tchg Attorney for City application lo th. Starke Zoning and
of Section Township 6 South f..,. S 75 deg 00 min 11 sec E. 51 42 ,feet, Pursuant to Section 86509! Florida Post Office Drawer 40 Board for reclassif
l 4 9. Planning of th.property .
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mm 00 E 101.86 feet, Statutes notice Is hereby given hat( the
of S 78 deg 44 sec 486 Temple Ave. described
Vang 21 East lying South a graded : below from RIA to
said creek and N 11 undersigned ELLEN L. BAILEY P.O. BOX
thence leave run Florida
Stork. 32091 .
road corxmnmg 33 acres more or less, B 2 Five ((5) acres located 600 feet North
Bradford County. Ftorida.Parcel deg 33 mm 56 sec E, 231.56 feet to the 1234, STARKE. FL sole owner doing 2121tchgNOTICE ot Bessent Road and East of Bradford

Rfc That portion of the E'/, of NE Point of Beginning NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER business under the firm name BAILEY --- -- Drive and South of Alligator Creek. out
1/4 of Section 9. lying North of a graded Reserving an easement for Utilities ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY ADVERTISING Intends to register said of Parcel O294I m Section 28. Township 6
rand MI Township 6 South Range 21 and General road purposes across a THE BOARDOF fictitious name under the aforesaid OF INTENTIONTO South. Range 22 East for Professional
E_. Bradford County. Florida. strip of land lying adjacent to the above COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF statute. REGISTER Medical Complex
Also: N'- of NW 1/4 and NW 1/4 of SE described center-line and being 30 feet BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Dated .this 26 day of January, A.D. FICTITIOUS NAME This change in classification is subject
1/4 of NW 1/4 Section 10. Township 6 in wIdth. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 1917 In Bradford County. Pursuant to Section (69.09. Florida to a public hearing to be held on Thursday .
South. Range 21 East. Bradford County Together with a 60 foot easement for 2nd day of March. 1987. at 9:00 A.M., 1/29412/ISpd Statutes notice Is hereby given that the February 26. 1987 at 7.00 p.m.. in
Florida Utilities and General road purposes the Board of County Commissioners of undersigned John A, Jones Steve E. the Council: Room in the 510'''. City Hallon
Contamno in all approximately 132 across a sot ip of land lying 30 feet left of Bradford' County Florida, In regular session Luther 424 S. Thompson St.. Starke. Thompson Street Star..... Florida. At
aCII.. and 30 feet right of the following to be held at the Board meetingroom NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida faint owners, doing business this time all persons interested shall be
less and except all existing; roads described center-line1 at the Bradford County Courthouse REGISTERFICTITIOUS under the firm name of A 1 S Auto heard for or against the proposal as
and rights of way Said 'lands containing Commence ot the Northwest corner of Starke Florida will consider the NAME Unlimited 424 S. Thompson St.. Stark. specified' in the Zoning Code ot the City
170 acre, mara or 1 toss or. located in the Northeast One Quarter of Section following. ordinance and th. proposed Pursuant in Section 865 09. Florida Florida intends to register laid fictitious of Sta'.... Florida
Bradford County Rar,do. 16 Township 7 South Range 20 East enactment thereof.AN S'a'u'es. notice is hereby given that the nom. under the aforesaid statute. Darrell I Director
2/032tchg2'12 Bradford County Florida and run S 89 ORDINANCI ESTABLISHING "911" undersigned' Dorothy Jones. 118 N. Dated this 10 day of Feburary. A.D. Starke Z Ji Planning
deg 20 min 57 sec W along the North SYSTEM IN BRADFORD COUNTY Walnuts*.. S'arke. Fla. sole owner. do. 1987 in Bradford County. 2/121tchg
--- ------ -- line of said Section 16 a distance of FLORIDA AS PUBLIC PURPOSE: PRO Ing business under the firm name of 2/12 4ipd 3/5 .-- ----- -
198.28 feet; thence run S 88 deg 32 min VIDING FOR IMPOSITION OF LOCAL OP. Snap Shnp I Hnur Photo 118 N. Walnut ----

IN THE CIRCUIT' COURTOF 55 sec W. 479.55 feet to the Point of TION FEE FOR NONRECURRING St. S'aike Fla., mends to register said NOTICE
FLORIDA EIGHTH Beginning; thence run S 01 deg 27 min 05 CHARGES FOR INITIAL PROVISION OF fictitious, name under the aforesaid NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO F.W. STRICKLAND has made application
J IDIIALCIRCUIT.INANDFOR sec E, 44.24 feet, thence run S 23 deg 12 "911" SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT: PRO s'atu'e. to the Slarke Zoning and Planning
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA min 04 sec E, 596.90 feet: thence run N VIDING FOR COLLECTION OF SAID FEE Dated this 19th day of January A D.. FICTITIOUS NAME Board for reclassiticotion of Ihe property I
CASCNO.86-3S8-CA: 89 deg SO mm 49 sec E, 327.81 feel to the AND PAYMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE FEE 1987 In Bradford County Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida described below from RID to B.3 Approximately
Statutes notice is hereby that th.und.rsign.d. .
1/22 2/12
4'pd given
end ol said easement. FOR COLLECTION: PROVIDING THAT 18.000 sq. It. ((100 X ISO) ofParcel
Tex A Patrick Rt.
2/05 2tchg 2/12 REMAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ---- -- Nancy I. 02444 OOOOO and
COUNTY ------- approximately
TJ. MANN..... NELL MANN. Box 435. Lawtey FL 32058 joint .wners.
EQUIPMENT 18.000 ft
911" SERVICE AND Sq (100X180of Parcel
1x. ..... Raenifls.w NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF doing business under the firm name of
CHARGES: PROVIDING FOR SEVERA8ILI- 0244900000 in Section 21. Township. 6
Sunshine Gardens, Rt. 1. Box 43S,
TY; PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATE. South. Range 22 East located South of
STARKE. FLORIDA lowtey FL 32058 intends to register
The substance of the contemplated ordinance Davis St. and West of N. Temple Av (N.
TO REGISTER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the said, fictitious' name under the aforesaid
Is the proposed establishmentof proposed 301). to put all of the Parcel in the
FICTITIOUS NAME Ordinance, whose title statute business classification .
a 911" telephone' systemIn of the East
NOTICE OF SALE Bradford emergency County, Florida and the Imposition hereinafter appears, will be considered Dated this 28 day of January A.D.. of the parcels, portions
Pursuant to Section 115.D'. Florid ol a local option fee to be paid far final enactment an the 17th day of 1737 in Bradford County. This change in classification is subject
Mafic is kereby given that, pursuantto SUtuln. none I.I hereby given that the by local exchange subscribers In Bradford February A.D., 1987, at the City Commission 2/5 4tpd 2/26 to a public hearing to be held on Thurs
Final Judgement of Foreclosure undersigned. ELLEN L. BAILEY P.O. BOX County Florida. Meeting commencing at 7:30 day. February 26. 1987 at 7'00 p.m.. in
-... '-_. I will sell ,.,.. property 1234, STAHKE. Fl ole owner doing Said contemplated ordinance may be p.m.. In the City Hall 209 N. Thompson Legal NoticeAs the Council Room in the Starfce City Hallon
sheaved MI Bradford eou...,. Florida business under the firm Berne of BAILEY Inspected by the public at the office ef Street Slarke, Florida. A copy of said of February 2, 1987 I will not be Thompson Street Star... Florida. At
deonoedl in the attached Schedule fPVovexty. Ordinance may be Inspected by any responsible for debt of Ruth Griffis. this time all
ADVERTISING Intend to register MMfletltlou the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford any persons interested shall be
at public safe, rot highest name under the aforesaid Cavity Courthouse, Stark., Florida durIng member of the public at the Office of the William Griffis heard for or against the proposal asspecified
statute. he regular builness hours ol 8 A.M. City Clerk. In the City Hall. Starke, 2/12 Itpd in the Zoning Code of the City
end Ih,1S P.M., Monday thru Friday.All Florida. On the date first abovementioned of Slarke. Florida.
Dated this. 21 day January.. A.O. Interested parties may appear at all Interested parties may NOTICE Darrell 0 Neal Director

thovsa MI Stake Bradford County IM7 In Bradford County. sold' meeting and be heard with respert appear and be heard with respect to this SHARON D. GAINES' has made application 510'..Zoning C Planning
Florida, at 11.00 a.m. on the 4th day of 1/21412/11 pd thereto. proposed Ordinance.AN for SPECIAL EXCEPTION It 'In 2/1211chg
March. 1197. Dated this Sth day of February. "17. ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION ---- - -

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Central Florida Mobile PowerwashCentral tonality the look you want your rooms to have. Then their ex-

Business Review perts will get to work. They will help you choose from the hun-

dreds of designer fabrics and styles. They will put professional
Florida Mobile Powerwash! it located in Gainesville,
seamstresses on the job producing the flawless and
Terwillegar Ford Florida. Phone 3766344. They have served this area since 1969 draperies
window treatments that windows deserve. They won't
North Florida's Truck Center and it is the place to see or call if you have a dirty home or your stop
there, either. They will make the installation themselves and
Starke Hwy U.S. 301 building(exterior) to clean. make sure you're perfectly happy with the result. That's what
in washing homes, roofs, mobile
They are truly experts power '
Custom Drapes by Sue Sullivan means by custom draperies.
homes commercial In fact wash
patios buildings,
Terwillegar- North Florida's Truck Center is the place to shop Draperies that are yours alone. Do you deserve any less?
and have the
anything, anytime, anywhere always given
for new and used trucks sales and leasing also parts and ser Sue Sullivan has served Alachua County since 1963.
vice. customer the very best service. There is no question but that this

popular mobile powerwash is an important factor in the Gainesville
Terwillegar Ford represents a piece of Advanced Engineeringthat Beauty Supply
business life of this section as it is a firm that helps the area by
has answered every test and has proven a winner in the 923 W. University Avenue, Gainesville
keeping the homes and businesses of the area clean, thus savingthe
hands of enthusiastic owners who have found that Ford Trucks Phone 378-9395
operated very efficiently at a low cost of upkeep. The slow people money by keeping their buildings looking their best They have served the Gainesville area for ten yean with a
at an affordable price. The folks here at Central Florida Mobile
depreciation and constant service of a Ford Truck makes them a complete line of beauty supplies. They are open from 9 a.m. to 6
Powerwash with of in this business.
sound investment.If are experts yean experience p.m. Monday thru Friday and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Their business founded integrity and always doing -
was on honesty
you are in the market for a good used truck, shop with Ter They sell wholesale and retail and keep top quality lines of

willegar Ford because they are one of the dealers in this part of a good job. beauty supplies. They are one of the foremost dealen in the
The has friends and customers in the area
Florida who deserves your careful consideration enjoying a management many beauty supplies in this section and carry only the best quality at
who know that when they wash a building, house, mobile home,
large and well merited patronage from the city and surroundingarea. all times at their store and 'warehouse. They keep in stock a vast
truck, etc. that it is well done and that there is no part of the
supply of supplies such as a full line of Posner and Loieal
house, etc., that they have overlooked. So if building,
Terwillegar Ford has a truck to suit the price of every purchaser cosmetics, brushes, blow dryers, curling irons, combs, shears,
home, truck, etc. is dirty should give them a call and they
and demonstrations. The thousands you rollers lotions and conditioners hair
willingly give of hap- will be to setting shampoos spray,
glad help
py owners of good used trucks such as these trucks are living ex- you. hair accessories and a complete line of permanents featuring
Make plans now and give the old home, etc. a new clean look.
amples of the fact that such a truck has real investment value. Clairol, Wella, Loreal, Roux, Carefree Curl, World of Curls,

So for the best truck, the best price, the best deal, shop Ter The Video Studio Ultra Sheen and more.

willegar. Video Service Center Kevin Crosby, owner will be happy to order any equipmentyou
might need. So for the best beauty supplies the best service,

Circle R Auto Electrics Inc. the best price go by or give them a call, you will be glad you did.
Roy Gibbs Owner & Certified Technician The Video Studio is located at 2727 N.W. 43rd Street in

2848 N.E. 20th Way Gainesville Phone 377.6410 Thornebrook with offices in Gainesville, Florida. Phone Gator Door and Supply Company

3734007. Video service is their only business. 3009 N.E. 19th Drive ((3 blocks off Waldo Road)

The Video Studio is headquartered in this area for video
Gainesville Phone 357-8539 or 373-8497
If you need Automobile Electric Service, this is the place to see
recorder and camera repair and they offer the same day serviceon Gator Door and Supply Company has locations to
serve ,
for all your needs. Starters Batteries -Alternators Lights Wiring you
Shocks, etc. Here you receive expert service on all vehicles. VCR cleaning they are the warranty station for RCA 3009 N.E. 19th Drive, Gainesville. St. Augustine and
Philco Panasonic Zenith and most other leading brands of Brooksville.
They render a real electric service and are among the most efficient -
electric servicemen in Florida. They rebuild alternators video equipment. They also carry video accessories equipment They carry a complete line of all types of pre-hung doors, alsoa

and starters automotive and diesel, cars trucks and boats. In rentals. very nice selection of trims and moldings, residential and com
If have old home movies that would like to have mercial.It .
you you
fact there is no one who offers a better service than this fine finn
copied to video this is the place to see for the best service, is well-known
because the has had wide experience in tapes a fact that there is no institution in the community
management every
feature of the automotive electrical business. Because of their the best quality and the best price. that has met with greater favor with the public than this
They also do video taping of weddings promotions- meetings well-known establishment.By
knowledge of every phase of the trade they have continued to
family gatherings depositions and all events. of the fact that the
has had
witness an increase in their number of patrons. When they do a reason management wide experience
job it is well done and nothing is overlooked. The watchwordhere They are familiar with every phase of the video business and in every feature of this business and because of their
by experience have learned the features that are conducive to of branch
comprehensive knowledge of the trade, this
is quality and service. The whole atmosphere is one of, every
and efficient attention. success during the time they have been in business. They are establishment has continued to witness the increase in the
courteous, pleasant
therefore able to offer people the very best service.So number of their patrons.
They know that their service cannot be excelled. You will
always find expert service and the best price here. for complete video lab, tapes copied editing and on loca- This is the day and age when the public demands not only
tion videotaping for any occasion or copying your home movies magnanimous service, but the best in quality at reasonable

Vertical Factory Outlet video and camera repair this is the place to see or call and if you prices.

will take them a copy of this write-up you will receive a free tape Thoroughly conversant with the conditions and a wide ex-
Vertical Blinds
with any video work done. perience in their particular field of endeavor, the managementof

this enterprising concern has been able to render a service to
Vertical Factory Outlet invites you to visit their showroom A. Bartlett Roofing and Repairs the people in their line that is distinctly satisfactory.

located at 2520-B N.W. 74th Place, Gainesville, Florida, phone 4923 N.W. 6th Street, Gainesville
3710813.If Phone 372-7216 The Rancher, Inc.

you are in the market for vertical blinds this is the place to Your Complete Western;Store

see or call for superior quality at low, low prices and fast ser A. Bartlett Roofing has served North Central Florida since 4821 N.W. 6th Street (at 441)), Gainesville

vice. They will measure and install these beautiful blinds that 1972. They do: 'residential, commercial and industrial work Phone 376-4595 '

are manufactured right in their own shop. featuring shingle build up, asbestos, slate, tile and wood shakes This complete western store has served this area since 1965 with quality
This is the place where people enjoy shopping. roofing. They are certified roofing contractors no. RC 0622881.If merchandise in all departments and is the store where the people from this

Vertical Factory Outlet is an establishment in our area founded you want the best, give them a call. area enjoy shopping for men. ladies students and children's jeans western

on the principle of offering the finest and best vertical blindsat When you need a roof and want the best, remember to call on- wear hats shirts,jackets,etc. All top name brands.
This very progressive western store is more than a western store.It is a store
affordable prices. There is no more popular store in this area
ly a reputable, qualified Call this firm. These skilled
expert. experts that has taken its place in the heart of the people. People have learned the
than this fine establishment. Thoroughly conversant with every use only quality roofing and each job is handled by an ex- lessons of commercial economy when shopping here. They fully realize that
feature of the vertical blind business, it quite naturally follows pert roofer. the service shown here at the present time will be remembered in future years.

that they would enjoy a large and well satisfied patronage and it The folks at A. Bartlett Roofing are indeed expert roofers with The Rancher, Inc. has selected iU various stocks with the one idea of giving

would be the place for all persons interested in real and true years of experience in the roofing business. They are licensed its customer the greatest possible values.They carry a complete line of boots
value and beautiful vertical blinds. and insured. the finest and best the market afford Sizes up to 15 in men's boot and in
ladies' boots you will find fine fashion and western boots. They also carry
Their business was founded on honesty, integrity, using only guns, ammo, bow, knives black powder, clothing and all types of accessories
Boone Waste & Collection quality materials and workmanship. ;Western and English tack home,cattle,pet and veterinary suppliesand i

Industrial & ConstructionBoone Readers, do not trust your roofing needs to inferiors. A friendly much more.
representative will assist you in every way. On your next: shopping trip to Gainesville, include The Rancher Inc. and
will find it will wellScan
Waste Collection, a divigion/, Boone Welding, located Remember, quality materials, workmanship, and know how you pay you

at 2406 N.E. 19th Drive, Gainesville, Florida Phone 372-9533, these are the services you are assured when you call A. Bartlett Design Shop

has served this area since 1945. Boone Waste Collection offers Roofing in Gainesville. Corner N.W.,43rd Street & 16th Blvd., Gainesville

the best of service in industrial and construction waste collec- Phone 378-5565

tion. Dumpsters and rool-offs if you need their service give Harwood Brick Distributors, Inc.
difficult if the
Furniture and gift shopping is not you go to
them a call. 3302 N.E. 2nd Street, Gainesville right placeScan Design Shop in Gainesville. It is the ideal
It is a well-known fact that there is no institution in the com- Phone 377-1699 both
place to shop because they specialize gifts are prac-
munity that has met with greater favor with the public than this tical and unusual, gifts in all price ranges also, and beautifully

well-known establishment. Harwood Brick Distributors are now in their new and larger wrapped free of charge. ,
By reason of the fact that the management has had wide ex- location at 3302 N.E. 2nd Street. They are always happy to You will revel in their selections of dinnerware, stainless steel

perience in every feature of this business and because of their serve their many friends and customers in the Starke area with teakwood hostess accessories, art vases, stemware, wine racks,

comprehensive knowledge of every branch of the trade, this brick, paving and patio brick, masonry, fireplace materials, etc. soaps and comestibles and much more.

establishment has continued to witness the increase in the numer Most people know they furnished the brick for the downtown Here you will find some really exquisite gifts for Aunt

of their patrons. renovation. Katherine, Sister Ruth or Marti, the bride to be, with a price
This is the day and age when the public demands the best service Commendable publicity and valuable advertising i is given our your purse will not find difficult to absorb.In .

and the best price. community by this progressive firm. fact, almost anything one could want in the way of lovely
Thoroughly conversant with the conditions and a wide experience The tendency to build better homes and buildings than in the gifts can be found here. Scan Design Shop has planned well for

in the particular field endeavor, the management of olden days is very marked, as we are now building for the you now and all year, and you can rest assured you will always

this enterprising concern has been able to render a service to the future. The beauty of brick construction as well as the latest find the perfect gift even for the person who has everything.In .

people in their line that is distinctly satisfactory.M qualities is constantly increasing the demand and this industryhas the furniture department you will find the greatest selectionof

prospered beyond expectations.The fine furniture, contemporary, teal, tile and leather furniturefor
& M UpholsteryResidential advantage of building with brick is self evident as it the home and office.

& Commercial reduces the cost of Insurance, lasts forever, and the first coat is Their stock is complete, you will find a wide variety of

M&M Upholstery is located at 504 S.W. 4th Avenue, the last cost, as it requires no painting or up-keep and is beautifully styled furniture pieces in their store. They will be

Gainesville, Florida. Phone 376-5728, Dorothy McNish, Owner. fireproof.It happy to show you around.Chamblee's .
This is the place to see or call if you need your furniture may be well to add that this is one of the best equipped and

reupholstered or refinished. one of our best conducted concerns, which have always found a Mobile Home Transport

They offer free estimates. large and ready sale. Gainesville Phone 371-1212 or 475-2909 Melrose

They offer you the very finest in quality upholstering and The management of this well known company has had wide Chamblee's Mobile Home Transport is very popular with the

refinishing of furniture. In fact there is no one who offers better experience in the brick industry and has witnessed the advances people over this section of the state as they offer most modem

service or quality workmanship at reasonable prices. in this field. Through their wide experience and comprehensive motor home (also small buildings) moving throughout the

They feature the finest in custom upholstering of furniture of knowledge of every branch of the business they have kept southeast. They offer complete tear down and set-up service.

all kinds, specializing in antiques. They have a complete line of thoroughly abreast of the times and turn out a product with Their charges are very reasonable and it has been convenatively

fabrics to select from, fabrics found only in the finer shops. Most reputation for superior quality. estimated that they have saved the people of this section of the

correct and reliable upholstering is an art rather than a trade state many dollars in moving mobile homes because their pricesare

and requires a training that can only be secured by actual ex Custom Drapes by Sue Sullivan very affordable.

perience. That \is why the work of this firm is meeting with such 2400 N.E. Waldo Road, Gainesville Chamblee' Mobible Home Transport is meeting with successas

favor for it is in charge of one of the most experienced Phone 3768895You they solve the mobile home moving problem with no worry to

upholsterers in this area. They have been able to accomplish the owner. They know how to handle mobile homes and have

wonders in reupholstering furniture reclaiming their comfortable are unique, shouldn't your windows be? Why should they the equipment to do the job right.They are also Insured.
So for
features yet beautifying them beyond expectations. look like everyone else's when 'Sue Sullivan can make them There is no more satisfactory way of moving your mobile

quality workmanship, beautiful materials and reasonable something special? With something custom made for you, all it home. They also do dozer work. So don't make a move until you

prices, give them a call,you will be glad you did. takes is a visit so they can get to know you, your taste, your per- call Chamblee's Mobile Home Transport.


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National Coin Jewelry & Loan because they specialize in arts and crafts, and have been "help- Brasington's Trail Shop, Inc.
creative ideas" take for 45 So the
National Coin Jewelry and Loan la located at 1127 W. University ing shape over years. join 2331 N.W. 13th St. (Hwy 441 N.) AlbeHsoni Plaza
crowds visit Haralson Arts and Crafts, where you will find
Ave., Gainesville. Phone 3774775. Gainesville Phone 372-0521
you are in the marketto -
materials, art and the leading crafts of the day.
buy or sell gold or silver coins or bullion this is the place to
In the art department, they carry a complete line of art sup-
see or call. Shopping for travel, camping, canoeing, backpacking, kayak-
plies such as Uquitex, Grumbacher Winsor, Newton, Tara,
They make loans on jewelry and diamonds if you need money Strathmore, Hunt/Blentong/ Robert Simmons, canvas stretchers, ing, family camping and climbing equipment is not difficult if

they are a good dependable place to make your loan. You will drawing tables,easels and much more. you go to the right place -Brasington's Trail Shop is the right

find a large selection of jewelry at affordable prices. They are In the craft department you will find basketry, decoupage, place to see or call (their toll free number is 1-800-251-4073)).

very select in their buying. In fact, there is no one who offers a stain wood They carry a complete line for all your needs in these lines, and
stenciling glass personalizing, macrame, carving,
better quality of jewelry or a better price than National Coin candle making, etc. in all price brackets too. Here you will find just what you wantat

Jewelry and Loan. The owner, Mark Matson, has had wide ex- affordable prices. This is where most people in this area make
You will revel at what you will find in their needlecraft selec-
perience in every feature of the coin, jewelry and loan business their selections.
tions of DMC, Patternayan, Susan Bates Cross Stitch, Crewel
and because of his comprehensive knowlede of branch of Brasington's Trail Shop, Inc. has planned well for you now
every needlepoint, yarn, canvas, floss, fabrics, rugs books, accessories.
the trade, he has continued and all It's well-known fact there is firm in Florida
to witness the increase in their year. a no
Haralson Arts and Crafts has planned well for you now and
number of that has with favor with the than this well
patrons. met greater public
all year and you can rest assured you will always find just what
So if you have gold or silver coins to sell, jewelry to buy or to you need in arts & crafts.Roberts known firm. By reason of the fact, the management has had

make a loan on-or if you need a watch, go see them. They have wide experience in every feature of the "Trail Shop Business" ,

good buys on Rolex watches and diamonds. This is the place to Motors & Equipment and because of their knowledge of every branch of the trade. I

shop so come by soon you are invited to shop or browse and you 2373 S.W. Archer Road, Gainesville They have continued to witness the increase in their number of I

will be ,glad,; you did.Powell's. Phone 372-5825 or 376-4506 patrons.So .

if you are in the market for travel, camping, climbing and
Beauty Academy
219 N.W. 10th Avenue Gainesville This progressive firm is known far and wide for they are one canoeing equipment, go by and shop or browse. Shop also for
of the foremost dealers in farm implements and farm machineryin Boy Scout and Girl Scout's clothing, books and equipment as

Phone 378-2766 this area and handle lines known throughout the world suchas they are distributors for everything for the Girl Scouts and the 'I'

Powell's Beauty Academy is one of the leading beauty schoolsin Allis-Chalmers-Case, tractors and farm equipment new idea Boy Scouts.

Florida. Catherine Powell is owner. machinery Bush Hog rotary mowersDavid Brown also used Florida State Recyclers :

They offer a complete training course in beauty culture. Thisis equipment and factory parts and service and more. 906 S.W. 3rd Street, Gainesville j
a highly profitable career as witnessed by the thousands of This firm is under the direction of experienced managementwho I
Phone 371-3891
women who daily visit beauty salons. When attending this know the business from A to Z. :I Ii

school, you learn of all these fascinating aspects of the beauty During the time that they have been in business, they have i I

salon business under the direct supervision of experts of many built a wonderful large trade from this and adjoining areas. Florida State Recyclers is recycling for the future, so why not i

years of experience. After a short period of time under actual All implements and farm machinery are of the latest patternsand do your part and make money at the same time for here you will i

working conditions, you are doing work on regular customers include all improvements the stock is composed of implements receive prompt and fair payments for newspapers (loose or I

and to your amazement, you feel you have finally attained your known as the best on the market. bundled), corrigated boxes (loose or bundled), computer printout I

life's work. Many former students of this reputable, highly Men are in charge: who are accommodating and who will be (white or color), ledgers, old office records and aluminum i..

credited beauty school now own their own salons and are mak- pleased to demonstrate to any farmer who desires to drop in this can
than dreamed of. This is successful and the latest models and It is a well-known fact that there is no institution in the com
ing more they ever a highly favorite trading place keep up on sup-
business where billions of dollars are spent annually. So, call or plies. munity that has met with greater favor with the pubic than this

write today for free courteous information. This is indeed an opportunity well-known establishment.By .
for nearly all who desire to learn and make way above Live Oak Mobile Home Sales reason of the fact that the management has had wide ex-

average earnings. 4909 N.W. 6th Street (Next door to The Rancher) perience in every feature of this business and because of their (I,

Gainesville Phone 377.1456 comprehensive knowledge of every branch of trade, this ''I:
Red Lobster Restaurant establishment has continued to witness the increase in the ;

6910 N.W. 8th Avenue & number of their
((1-75 Newberry Road) patrons.
This firm is locally owned by Charles and Jackie Hooper and
This is the and when the demands the best
service -
% Gainesville Phone 377-1321 day age public
their son Chuck. They feature many name brands of mobile and
and the best
manufactured homes- 7 days.
Many people dine at many places, but in the final analysis, What could you buy open your family that would please them more Thoroughly conversant with the conditions and a wide ex-

they all wind up being steady patrons of Red Lobster than anything cine? Ah! that's what I thought you would say a perience in their particular field of endeavor, the managementof

Restaurant. Here, indeed, is a seafood-lover's paradise. You can new mobile home from Live Oak Mobile Home Sales. They havea this enterprising concern has been able to render a service to
the in their line that is I
choose your own seafood platter or you may choose fresh (never large selection of singles and doubles-financing available. people distinctly satisfactory. 1

frozen) fish. Grouper, red snapper, shrimp, lobster, oysters and This concern offers you the best in mobile homes and invites Dyna Shine

more steaks, salad, appetizers and even desserts. you to see their display of mobile homes. Gainesville, Phone 374882OThere's

So for a delicious seafood dinner you will never forget, dine at In owning a mobile home, there is never a landlord problemand

the Red Lobster where you will always find seafood and other you can play your radio as loud or low as you desire and
more to keeping your automobile really clean than you
food at its beet.Walking
comfortable might think. Most people feel that washing the car occassionlly
into the Red Lobster is like walking into paradise -
is sufficient. Unfortunately most people neglect the body of theircar
food here is fit for a king and here you are treated as such. For homes are well insulated. Their air conditioning and heating ... .. .
"' .- and it looks old and dirty befmajts dms, ..**..*,<. U.. J.w ...
the taste thrill of a lifetime and a dencious"meal you"will never systems, you might say, perfect
But Dyna Shine can restore"'your car to like new condition.
forget dine at Red Lobster and you get the best. Fine food, Electric refrigerators and the best of stoves, hot water systems
They will give it painstaking personalized attention. Aside from
courteous service, and congenial for dinner and three baths.
atmosphere. Drop by two or
hand washing your car, your upholstery is cleaned thoroughly.In .
where every guest is a V.I.P. You have more storage space than you have in an ordinary
fact, they completely clean the interior and exterior compoun-
house. In mobile home is ideal home furnished
Affairs by Faye fact a an com- ding waxing, buffing engine cleaning, in fact they can restore
in detail with the finest of One four
pletely every everything, to vehicle like
your to new condition. Aside from cleaning the ex-
718 W. University Avenue, Gainesville bedrooms.
terior and interior of your car they do window tinting leather
Phone 372-5844 Come in and let them show the better of
today you way living -
conditioning paint sealant and if you plan to sell they can
a new mobile home which can be bought on terms.Tuten's .
pre-sale prep your car boat or plane. Dyna Shine has been in
Faye Hart Bush, owner, offers a catering service that is very the business of complete interior and exterior cleaning auto-

excellentFaye will cater to your every need with a personalizedand Automotive, Inc. marine and aviation for eight years, always giving painstaking

unique service and is unsurpassed in serving weddings, parties 1214 S. Main Street, Gainesville personalized attention to every customer. Their reputation is one I

teas. Also carries a complete line of party supplies and Phone 377.8100Tuten of uncompromising standards in this field of cleaning cars -

much, much more. boats planes, etc. and Dyna Shine is renowned for dependableservice
best of service in
she does it a Automotive, Inc. offers you the very
In fact, Faye does not only cater to your every need and
quality workmanship. They are fully insured and
body repairing and painting. Frame pulling and straightening-
a little nicer and you can rest assured that your wedding or party
free and So them call will
give pick-up delivery. give a you
will be a complete success if you arrange with her to do the expert on unibodyforeign and domestic repairs fiberglass did.
catering. repair and customized and give free estimates. Jim Tuten, glad you

Many hostesses of this area rely on her for complete weddingand owner. Gainesville Kirby Company

party service, no wedding or party is too large or too small Body repair specialists at Tuten's will turn your total wreck in- Gainesville's Only Authorized Kirby Distributor

they are always beautifully catered, as she maintains a corps of to a model automobile. Specialists have the expertise to rebuild
auto, good as new, and sometimes better. Old or new,
well trained people schooled in the etiquette of service. nearly any Gainesville Kirby Company is located at 4131 NW 13th
With her unique service delicious foods, complete party supplies foreign; or domestic, your car's body is repaired quickly and effi- Street, Gainesville, Phone 3717006.

and affordable prices makes this service, you might sayperfect. ciently here. Barbara Toney is the factory authorized sales and service for

So, for your wedding and all party plans call Faye foi This shop has gained the respect of thousands of motorists by Kirby representative, which is a complete versatile and efficient

that personalized and unique service. You will be glad you did. providing quality work at a fair price. Only the finest mer- system of home care cleaners which cleans, shampoos, polishes,
the -
chanics are employed here assuring customers highest quality
washes, dusts, buffs, sands and much, much more. In fact, it
work in this area. They also match paint'tODeS to perfection.The .
Tile Contractors Supply Company home office clean. will be
helps you keep your or really They
paint specialist at this shop have an eye for matching colors -
2821 N.E. 20th Way, Gainesville happy to give you a free in-home demonstration with no obliga-
and can restore the brutal effect of time and elements.If
Phone 372-0466 tion. They will shampoo one room of carpet free of charge, if
you have been smashed lately, need a new paint job, come
you will call for a demonstration and let you see for yourself
them call. You will be glad did!
by or give a you
This firm has served this area since 1967 wholesale and retail what this complete versatile and efficient system can do for you.

with Florida Tile Ceramic bathroom tile decorative tiles All American Insulationand The Kirby not only helps you to keep a spotless home, it gives

Quarry tile slate and marble. You are invited to visit their com- Company you more time to do other things you enjoy doing. Just ask someone .
showroom. also tools and materials. Roofing who owns a Kirby because there is no one who offers a
plete They carry setting
4501 N.W. 64th Street, Gainesville
Because of the great volume of business transacted through better more complete versatile and efficient home care system

their extensive wholesale establishment, and because of their up- Phone 376-5315 than Kirby because there is no better system on the market, and

to-date business methods and the high quality of products All American Insulation and Roofing Company is the place to there is no better firm to deal with than Gainesville Kirby Com-

handled this well known concern has gained for this section of see or call for all your roofing and insulation materials. State pany. They don't sell you a system and let you see if it works.
They only sell you a machine after they show you how wonderfully
commercial prestige as an excellent market for the wholesaleand certificate no. RG 371.

retail trade that could be gained in no other manner. Their They do roofing, insulation, vents and skylights. Call them for well it works. .
tile is the best the market affords. all roofing and insulation needs. Mr. A.D. Phillips, owner, So if, your old system doesn't really clean call for a free
The patrons know they will receive the best tile, marble,etc. at has served this area for over a quarter of a century. demonstration without obligation -you will be glad you did.

all times. They know that their orders will be filled equally, promptly This firm employs a staff of expert workmen who thoroughly

and efficiently. understand the laying of roofs to the best advantage. Their work Twin Lakes Fish Camp

The watchword here is quality and service. The whole atmosphere will be found thorough and tasteful and the entire job satisfac- SR 3251 ((1 mile North of Cross Creek) '

is one of courteous, pleasant and efficient attention. Micanopy Phone 466-3194-
They know that for quality their tile, marble, etc., cannot be tory.Here the public has at its disposal the services of a roofer who

excelled you will always find the best quality, the best service possesses the know-how and who obtained their knowledge in Spring is almost here and it won't be long until summer, so

and the best price at Tile Contractors. Supply Company in the school of experience.From when you want to get away from it all and go fishing, you will

Gainesville. the inception of the roofing business, quality has been find Twin Lakes Fish Camp is a good place to go. They have a

the aim and the standard of excellence has been maintainedfrom nice camp ground with showers and hookups. They also have

Haralson Arts & CraftsThe the beginning. nice, clean, comfortable cottages, boats, motors, bait and tackle,
Oak Mall (Near Burdine's) Anyone who plans to have roofing done should give him a guide services if desired, so you will be comfortable and free to

Gainesville Phone 371-3232 call.A.D. just fish or go boating in a spot where Mother Nature has lavished -
Phillips is prominent and well-known for a reputation her beauty and where it is quiet and peaceful.
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I BHS Beats Interlachen Falls to Top Ranked Ocala Teams I ILm.ht'K

<..ims, Oeula to the Vanguard two top and district Ocala rodlord (d01001) ....., Brown 1.1/4. ..7, easy 79-58 win over Intrlachen, Highin
Jonklnt 1.0/212, sit! N/2'1. Norman I e 1,
Forest, made It a rough week for the Ch ndlr 1-1/2.2. Berry I.V4.I, Ruilill ].I/I'>. the BUS gym Feb. 6.
Itradlord High cagcrs blob 20-tI...... BHS played basketball over the
Forest, 17.6 and 4-2 in the district 0, Vanguard 67 BUS 56
had It t the height advantage inside, and fJk o ll d; 4 heads of Interlachen most of the
hit I free thrown! BUS kept up In field BHS led Ocala Vanguard 13-10 but game. 6-6 center Pat Diggs led BUS
goals but lost at the foul line to both fell behind in the second and fourth with 23 points. Ron Brown added 15
Ocala teams Vanguard, 12-11 and 1 ;, t' quarters and lost' 67-56 Saturday. and guard Eugene Blye 12.
OV nviflo q (.1 w r-r>r> 1 throws RIIR
6.1 I in the district, is the top district
team now Forest and Vanguard : Diggs had 14 rebounds Brown 8,
have split, both winning at home :: shot none. OV had 29 field goals, and Malachi Jenkins 8.
BIIS is 5-13 with the win BHS 28.Malachi
only com
ing Interlachen Jenkins led BHS with 18 The closest! ; Interlachen came was
over 79-58 last
week F d a h points Pat Diggs added 14. nbout eight points early in the third

Upcoming.. Vonguaid I) 24 11 I II. 47
Oiodlord It IIC I 14 period when the Rams pressed BUS
"Four more regular season gamesare .O Vonguoid ('7)). D iley 1.a/4.4. PlncknoyI and caused,some turnovers.
on the schedule after the OF 1/4 It. Tuasorton 0-214-2.. Young 0'2/2.2.
VUnollo I 1-0'2, Pars. II 0 ai, William 4-1/1.
game. Brlnton 2 0/1.4. To'.'", 2./11.. PM/.d ,
BUS played Wednesday D | t ? $1.75
Feb. 11, at Lake Weir. __ 9 IMmrimttnn 21124. MBmdtanl
s e. rodlotd(M) Diggt 7-0 14,Jonklnt t 0-.., live ((79)) Dim II I/a'11, Brown 7-1"11.
This .Friday, Feb. 13, Clcwiston 104. Norm.n 2 A.,Chindltr 104, ... 304. Jcnklnt 2.... Bly 4-1.n, Norman I'o't.
comes to the BHS gym for an 8 p.m. Tour 10 0/0 54 Ch.ndl.r 2.1/2.7.. MMloy 1 0-a L. 0-a/J.1,
Rutioll 4 I/I"f, I.onc.r2..'. Totals,
varsity game. BUS 79 Interlachen 58 26-71'.''.
Tuesday, Feb. 17, BHS goes to '_ IM.ri..hMMIthS4).a. ( ) .Fountain' 2..-.,D.Foun'
Middleburg. The JV game is set at 6 1' I nl r "It wa one we were supposed to lain 7...., Burnt (../..., Prlnglo 0/4-4, UvIngtifon .
p.m, the varsity game at 7-30: p.m. ".v win, ->ai
Next "Friday, Feb 20, Clay High t r
comes to BHS lor the final regular d s
season game of the season. The JV M
game is at 6-15: p.m., the varsity BHS Team 3rd
game at 8 p.m. r w
The District Tournament is set rjAY
Feb. 2628.

0. Forest 58 BUS 49
In Matchsophomores
.BHS kept close to Ocala Forest in
the BHS gym Tuesday, but a press in
the second half in which Forest f The Bradford High Hi-Q team Holly Shields and

outran Forest BUS had 16-3 the was height the difference.advantageand .. .... -.. h; -.. Hi ., -, ,...1 wwwr.N..,...... placed third in the North Florida Hi- Shawna Blom.Graduation .
Q Tournament last week, ending its
used it. Malachi Jenkins led 1986-87 season at 83. will take away three
Where Did That Basketball Go.
BIIS with 12 points. Lorenzo ..? seniors: Lisa Blalock, Shaun
Williams scored 24 points for OF.o. Guard John Berry gets the basketball taken away opponents know it. BIIS finally returned the pressure "It was not a bad year," says Schmidt,and Michael Davie.
'or. 22 1 I4 Id. II"odlod from his as him as he brings It upcourt. The only time and pressed Ocala Forest In the fourth period Tuesday Coach Stanley Crawford.BHS .
Ocolo 10 n 122.41. Interlachen had any success against BIIS was early in night with some success. Tornado Rodney Mosley Returning will be juniors Chris
P.r.eq( ) Oollard 2.2lullon I o 2.
Robinson 1.1/4.I. Willim f.6110-2., Jontia the second half with a full court press. The Tornado made several steals by anticipating long downcourt lost 375-244 to Palatka in the
-I/a 4, linden 44/411 Total! 21-1"205' five is getting better, but the press bothers them and passes. opening round of the conference Powell Ricky Smith, and JamieTricker
tournament. Crescent City won the ; sophomores: Mike Blalock,
Mindy Rother, Christi! Morgan, Hol-
conference championship by beating ly Shields and Shawna Blom;

I Explorers. are into Magic: Sunday., at BUS Aud. Palatka in the finals. freshmen Brown, and: Chad Tom Craft.Bradford, Billie

The Explorers Post 460 is now She has performed extensively with Tickets can be purchased at the free passes are avilable at merchants Conference tournament participants The post-season banquet is set
working on a benefit drive to raise theatre groups across the United for BHS were seniors Lisa Monday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. in the
funds for their various community States door the night of the show for $3 orRay's locations throughout the city. Blalock and Shaun Schmidt and Western Steer Steakhouse.
projects including the purcase of
training and medical equipment.

Advance sales are now in progressfor .. .. -
the White Dove Production Com-
pany's presentation of the Steve Holt Phone
Miracles of Magic Show. Store-
This unique musical and magical
program will be held at Bradford 222 N. Temple Avenue Starke

Feb.High 15 School at 2:30:Auditorium p.m. on Sunday, 1986 & 1987 TrucksF150 -,]

Steve Holt, a magician and ven- NOW OPEN _
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Holt uses audience participation to
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dington, advisor will check blood NEW
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American Red Cross, emergency STOCK ON SALE!
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The Smokey city the Recreation Bear. Departmentwill 54 Brand New Beds

put on a karate demonstration.
Extension Home Makers will tW
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Home Entertainment Concepts

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Fisher "Hi-Fi Go" Re 0. $169.95

All 9 Wrestlers in ReionalsAll with Built-in Equalizer Sale $119

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nine varsity wrestlers from BHS placed third as a team behind Brad Green Chuck Coburn and
Bradford High placed in the top four district champion Ocala Forest and Sid Russell each pinned his opponent Fun and versatile1 This Fisher portable

to earn their way to regionals this second place Lake Weir. The two high fidelity system goes ngrtt along
weekend at Auburndale. schools Just had too many wrestlers but BHS didn't wrestle very wherever want* A bun AM/FM streasrec
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BHS had two district champions in Tornadoes give up four forfeits each Jacksonville Episcipal in the BUS stereo tuner and power-mechanized as P -
Brad Green in the 112 division and match. gym Feb. 5. cassette deck section provide your m 1 aj

Jamie Carver at 145. The four placesat favonte muse through! the great.sounekng .., I

district qualified four "The boys did a heckuva job at 3-4 Told >,tecliluwd. .Trtckel *HI ,.-,. two-way detachable speakers. Plus, a p
James Trickel took place in district," says Coach David Tew. INAbcnwMu. >.MH by torftit.lit built in 3 band graphic equalizer allows _M_ ,__"a I I a
98 pound division. 0>roM. *..Nand Bryan, (.In 1:11. 1
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the 155 pound division.Sid regional tournament will be
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Russell took fourth in the
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Chuck Coburn at 119 took second Episcopal I 42 BUS 27 ....- .e......... BHf wen ky torteit. .
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Bradford High indoor track girl's 4X400 record equivalent to a Tennant and Benny ii .

records were broken in the LJF High, metric mile relay. The BHS quartetran Jackson were well on their way to _ _
School Indoor Track Invitational' a 4:36.46.: The old record was new BUS records and the boys two I J -
Saturday Feb. 7. j 4:43.33 set in 1985. mile relay were all well on their way aHFISHEeTake
Coach George Loper took what he to new school records, but I hey wore

has out now to the indoor meet, plus
Some of the other efforts ol BHS waved
oil the track officials
in an error by -
some students to see the meet and to
students were:
when laps! were mil>counted.
function BHS senior as alternates Cory Roberts placed 55-meter Terry dash.Kitties ran a 8.59 second It caused them to miss new school Home A QualityPanasonic Sharp VCR
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flay! Loper.Saturday's
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beginning ol the 1987 track
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Sophomore Unessa King set a new dash for eighth place overall. Orange Park Relays set Keb..21. $1 049
BHS record in the girl's shot put. Chrisli HaiTell mil a 6:17.80: in aO the features
King's best throw was 28'2Va.! "' the 1600 meters lor' 7th place overall. per week $299
Sophomore Cam Ward set a new Kim Adams ran a 64.84 All in all, considering it was the
BHS record in the 1600 meters.Ward 400-meters and placed seventh first meet, the kids ran well, hays
ran a 5:25.50 which breaks his old over-all. Coach Loper. Some ol the young
record of 5:35.3: set in 1986. : Robert Thorpe ran a 57.83

Junior Angie Cohens, Junior Terry,,. 400-meters. sophomores were impressive, plus ....J I iC.C 7
Kittles, sophomore Chnsti Harrelf, Scott Duncan ran a 2:28.20: in the ever;>'body's cllorl l was solid lor the c------
and junior Kim Adams set a new 800 meters. lirsl mevl', bays Loper. Reg. *379

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Tornado girl bask tbaJeni] ; 12-8 fame, then losing one, and Coach games to go. If BUS plays in two AS LITTLE PAY AS LITTLE PAY AS LITTLE

are on a three game winning streakon was concerned about con- district tournament games, Mosley
the road and face another road- sistency. Since the break the team stands a good chance of breaking the AS 7.80 per week AS 9.50 per week AS Ml17 per week

trip to Santa Fe High tonight In their has been winning consistently, the scoring record. with approved credit' with approved credit with approved credit
final regular season game .- coach points out.Upcoming. .
Coach John Slater would like his Felicia Davis and Janet Kennedy

girls to get a fourth road win going ... each scored 9 points.

into the District Tournament beginning BHS plays at Santa Fe today. BHS Ann Starling and Beverly Mosleyled
next Thursday,. Feb. 19, at beat Santa Fe 48-34 earlier on the the rebounding effort with 11
Gainesville High School.As Tornado court with a solid defensive each. Felicia Davis and Janet Ken- >e
Coach John Slater sees It, BUS effort. nedy each had 8 rebound, and Ken-
into the District
will probably go dra Butler 7. Davis and Butler missed
Tournament in either fourth or fifth BHS 56 Clay High 24 ,
practice and thus missed a start.
place or higher, a goal Coach Slater The BHS girls cleared the boards But when the two got in the game
set earlier this season. The coach getting 49 rebounds and Beverly
avoid last the Tornado
wants to so
place Mosley popped the nets for 26 pointsto everything off the boards said
five won't have to face the top-
lead the Tornado five 56-24 by Coach Slater. TELEVISION
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BHS girls junior varsity Clay led 4-1 early, but a BHS press BUS on I the Tornado liuinc court: Jan. timer/channel block this
basketball game has won two of I Its turned the score around to 12-6 in a 27. Programmable
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BUS said Coach Eddins. Annette Sirrj- Allen added! 6.SB .
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and has been :mons! .
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balanced scoring attack:? and "ington, Arkeva Williams, and Anne (41)( ). Norman 2.4. Tlylor 4,1,10, A. Sale $529Purchase
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Patricia Allen 6 points. 1 > Totals' 10141.W.lbnpon
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proud of their progress. .a-1.. Armv Williami 4 0 PttricU Allan-0.,
Stephanie Oainty 0 1-1, Evalte Covmaon' 1-11. K. Bruce: led GHS with 15 point Thurs. Fri. Sat.at
Vickie Wdbaml. 021, Annetle Simmoni. ..4.10.toi.U and was the best player on the court, weekend .

Upcoming... .',High 12.1410.CI. ((2q).T. Dovit, ....A. Rowoll.'-., R.Tool. says BUS Coach Eddins.
The BHS season ends with two .,111, We...,3.1-7, S. Wilson 111. Totals' BUS was in the game until the Discount Price & Get 100 Movies to Watch FREE!

road games this week. II 111 half, but made several floor errors
BHS played at Orange Park Highat BUS 45 Eastside 29 early in the fourth quarter and simply -
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The BUS girls led most of the way challenged/ in this game.A l/t I 8" woofer
O.Inmdl. Mlh (u) K. 'ruc. Ern. turnmrrlln I Brand new from Fisher* This great-
for their 11th win this season at Clay clearly superior Gainesville 3-... W.m.r 10-4 W.d. -... Webb I"I"II. w 1 sounding three-way speaker system was a 4" midrangespeatcaly
High last Thursday Feb. 5. High team won easily, 36-24, over -4. wsoll.s 4JOI4JU4-4. iI a 3" tweeter
designed for use with stereo ,
Magnetic stray-field' compensated to
televisions' Their field
magnetic stray allow placement next to a television

I JV Boys Take Rams, Fall to OcalaTwo I P.f i {I causing compensation nght next any to a picture permits television interference you without to place and them without Dimensions causing(HxWxD picture): 24W interference x 10V i."

WIth an 8" woofer midrange and

tough Ocala teams handedthe Ocala Forest held the BUS five O. Vanguard ((49)D.) McDonald 3* tweeter, yowl hear a full array of 11"M
JV basketballers from Bradford almost helpless Tuesday night. -J/4-I3, A. Floyd t-2/t-U I King 1-0-1 sound. See these fine Fisher speakers
High, now 6-11. two losses this week. Guard Truin Blye led BHS with 15 Lowry 2-2/4-, Collins. 2-2/4-, Bugh 11 today!
Only bright spot was a 68-35 win points. 2-0-4 Burgess 2-0-4, Harris 1022. I f
over Interlachen. BHS lost 49-36 Forest led all the way.O. Totals: 29-7/29-4S.

Tuesday night Feb. 10, to Ocala/ .*_.e.l 10 14 10 ti-fl $149 SALE $1 09
Forest and 65-45 Saturday to Ocala" IrWtoMl 4 6 It It M BIIS 68 Interlachen 33 Reg.
O. ,....I((4-) N. Jamil',HI Gullon 4-l/f-ll.
Vanguard. ..,... The JV five led all the way in
the in both Mcoinnii' -/ -' M.non ''',1. Hi.TOUIll
BHS trailed all way
IOl.-4t. defeating Interlachen 68-35 in the
games with the Ocala, teams. J..N.d(Ml-) CincH 0.I/I-). Lane 'l-l/l-J UMI Bradford High gym Feb. 6.
1-1/4-4. Hudson 114, Carter a-l/l-J Hit
Upcoming... M/2-U.Total' ) '1-14'11. ****
Pedro Carter and Truin Bl
BUS went to Lake Weir Wednesday O. Vanguard 65 BUS 45 ed BHS with 20 points each. Marvin T-120
Feb. 11. Lane had about 30 assists as he 9 5cTape
Friday Feb. 13, Clewiston comesto Ocald/ Vanguard led all the way in drove into the lane and passed off for 6 Hour FINANCING
the BUS gym for'a 6 p.m. game. beating BHS 65-45 last Saturday Tornado baskets by teammates.
Feb. 17 BHS to night.
Tuesday. IMI ,. I* I* 11. M
Middleburg for a 6 p,m. game. Truin Blje led BUS with 15 points, Mel,< k. MOVIES
Friday. Feb. 20, Clay High comesto Marvin Lane had 12. t ((44)). Francll *.,. Fenc* 1-4-4, La. .w
.. .. ., .. ... 99
.4.4. II. 4-4 MlNlMM 4-4-4. Carter /
the BHS for a 6:15 p.m. tradford ((3-) Brown 1-0-2, Ftnch
gym $3
"ire ,../,-,..jehmon I-4>'. retain' 314I4N.I.I.rla.bo .
game the final one of the season 0-3/1-3 Lane 4-0-12, Ross 4-0-1 (N'). Oliver 3... 0.""1-1-4, PMc ea. **** Mon.-Thurs.
Carter 2-0-4 Bly o-4/-U. Totals' 1-4... Nvftklntwl, ../.-,1, M.""." 1Ow. -"'.1. .
O. Forest 49 BUS 36. If-7/14-45. .... 14-1. T...... 14-l/t-U.



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Bradford. ; :; Hospital project

I $7 million addition, rennovation, a boost for communityByMarkFrledlin ,I

declare the situation an emergency .
BCT Staff WriterA and move into the new hospital Ibis : tLtW. :
new era in health care in Brad- week, but Rearick said be couldn't: LVV
ford County may be dawning as an allow thatRearick r.
excited staff at Bradford Hospital says the quality of the
prepares to open their new, (6 doctors are the reason for the high
million,54-bed addition,with the acceptance caseloads.
of their first patients in the The six doctors are on the staff in-
new facility expected soon. clude: Dr. George Restea Dr. n
Hospital Administrator Tim Georgetta Latcu Dr. Kiert Sun-
Rearick has reported a smooth transition dusadee Dr. Pete Gianas, Dr.
as his staff takes their placesin Carlos Hernandez and Dr. William
the new, ultra-modern building Rocafort.
with few problems. Several patients have come in \ '
Rearick said the the new entranceon from Keystone Heights says Ad-
Colley Road is open and patientsare minstrator Rearick.something that
asked to use it to ease parking in just hasn't happened in the past.
the old lot. Plus, Rearick says January. '
The older building will be com- February, and March are the top '
pletely refurbished to match the new months for hospital census. '
one in the next phase of construction This March 1 Bradford Hospital Jk Ii
bringing the two buildings intoa plans to go to 24-hour emergency :. .
functional and esthetically pleas room care. 'I iU1. .: I(J. '
ing whole. Adm. Rearick is working with a ._ 1 .i
Hospital administration membersare private firm which will supply two .. .."=fI: ,
"p. ..
confident that the new projects doctors. :._ _:it. .. .. -.If"" .:.
will signal a new,higher level of professional The new hospital has been built if _1'' ... !W. -' ., ",, -va' -
health care for area with the proceeds of a$7 million tax ........ .. j.* 'h ", -,_ .. 1
residents. free bonds issued by Santa Fe ___"'v JL :""..,. ..... xi& \t.. .. .. ;; lIh7G ,';!., _l'or; '=- !iitI,_
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boon These project has been hailed as a Health Care the Systems which is _" ._ c ,"-t" : ';, ?7rr:r < -
for residents in Bradford, operating hospital. ._ = "
Union and Clay Counties giving There is also money in the $7

them health care on par with some million to renovate the old part of ._., .. ( -; ...'.<.". .
of the most modern facilities the hospital for office space a ... .. .... -; ,;.; "" ._, ***. <
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anywhere for a comparable size laboratory, kitchen dining room. ,. .. Sk.. W_ '. .. _"" ,.,. .-'''';''';;'' '', '/,"f' :'. ..""..."" :!('I<"'\KCkV", **.
community.The business office space and.perhaps 'w:.. .lrSit. .. .,.. '.... "' ./' _.,01._ ...,.'.1>J.--r...... : ".i"IJ1' ,. :,
new steel supported building doctor's offices.
features a brick veneer and liberal Gulf Constructors the firm Open for Business...
placement of attractive greenery building the new hospital, is signedto TW crew additiM Bradford ,
complete thee
marking Phase two of the project will be an extensive rennovatlon in the old
throughout the grounds and do the renvoation of the old .d.f the lira phase of a madnnizatioa project which will now begin in building to bring it up to the same standard set by the new facility.
alongside walkways to give the hospital, said Rearick. the elder hwldng.also .
medical complex a modern ap Eventually it is planned to have
pearance. Bradford Hospital staffed with 10
physicians, but it will take time and feature a variety of the latest they're not needed to save energy."
Construction in the rennovation some physicians will come and go energy monitoring systems inducting New technologies have made old
phase has cut the number of beds in before the staff settles down here a a computer-directed environmental building heating and cooling con-
the old part of the hospital to 28. Santa Fe Health Care System officer control center which trols obsolete. Mallory explained.
At present there are 31 patients in has said. will direct the flow of energy whereit "The old building was built in an
the hospital,with an extra treatmentroom is needed in the most efficient era of cheap energy,and that really I
and conference room set up to The project altered the skyline in manner. makes a difference in the performance -
handle the patients. All the while Starke for over a year as four new The new system will constantlyscan of the two systems when you Ron DenmarkInsurance
there are 54 brand new beds and stairwells towered over the landscape the building to see where electricity compare them on a cost by cost
large, nice rooms ready to be used in as part of an ongoing expansion is. needed and most importantly basis,"Mallory said. "We estimate
the new hospital.But project.In .. spital is not required,' explained and this has already been proven on 964-7071
Administrator Rearick can't HH Project Clerk of the other buildings that the system will
move into the new hospital until the addition to the improved Works John Maflory. The computer pay7 for itself within its first two 2117 N. Temple (US 301 North) Starke
state makes the final inspection.The aesthetics the new building and the will then automatically turn years of operation."
state's delays have been rennovated older facility bring to the off a piece of equipment, lights AUTO INSURANCE
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I Sheriffs Investigator Wiley Clark (at right) look for evidence after
last weekend'act of vandalism at Santa Fe Cemetery.
The damage Included this late 1800's headstone (abovewhlch was
cracked in half.

I Citizens "incensed" over cemetery a, vandalism

ByMarkFriedlin the grass, made a general mess in dalization was discovered Sunday bya security will be "beefed up" in the
BCT Staff Writer the cemetery then disappeared," relative of the one of the disceased, area and asked local citizens for k---nrd.
Vandalism in a local cemetery has commented Florida State Attorney's so investigators are not sure exactly their cooperation in solving the case.
area residents angry and local Office Investigator Wiley Clark. when it took place. One distinct set of footprints have
sheriffs deputies busy looking for "This is one crime that make Some leads have been found on the been identified at the site.
the culprit after a aeries of weekend citizens madder than anything else. case however, and Investigator "It could have been a group of kids
destructive acts. You can bet we will be trying to find Clark said "I would be pretty ner- out on a Friday or Saturday drive
The vandalism occurred at Sante out who did this in any way we can. vous if I had done it." that didn't have anything better to
Fe Cemetery, a small, quiet plot of People are angry about it and you A$100 reward has been offered by do, but I hate to automatically say .. wyx"{p' ,GCA
land within sight of Hampton Lake can understand why if you see what the Santa Fe Cemetary Associationfor that's who it is until we find out for ;
quiet that is, until last weekenlwhen they have done out here. We don't an "arrest leading to the convic- sure," Clark said. "The kids in this
an unknown,person or persons usually have a lot of this type of van- tion of those responsible for the area haven't given us much troublein ,
entered the graveyard and overturned dalism here in this county, or at crime. a good while.I do think we are go- :
headstones,cracking some in half least we have been until now. Local citizens are urged to assist ing to find out exactly who did it.
including one from the late 1800's Approximately 40-50 stones were the sheriff's office by relating any If charged, the person responsible a np kM' r
that is obvously irreplaceable. pushed over or removed in the inci- information they have to them. would face criminal mischief fW w +.I
"They left tire tracks and tore up dent, Wiley reported, and the van- Sheriff Dolph Reddish said that charges, according to Clark.

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I Area residents can apply for JOBS Program at Vo-tech centerBy I

Mark Frirdlin blems and saving valuable time who meet the employer's standardsat the people who ran those agencies elude educational agencies, The Planning Council providesstaff
BCT Staff Writer spent in interviews. The service will no cost to them. themselves.Now rehabilitation agencies, community- services to the Private In-
Applications are now accepted In screen and interview applicants for The program traces it's beginn- that has changed. based organizations, economic dustry Council and serves as the ad-
Starke for a unique new job training each employer In the program and ings to 1983 when the program was Employers, both large and small, development organizations,organized ministrator of the job training program
program, which reimburses an refer only those individuals who initiated under the state's Job Train now have a forum to voice their labor and public employment and coordinates program activities -
employer 50 percent of a trainees meets the employer's standards for ing Partnership act, creating a views on training and employment organizations. throughout eleven countiesin
pay. On-The-Job training. cooperative effort between the issues. The Private Industry Council'sstated North Central Florida.An .
.The program allows employers to The bottom line for every business public and private sectors of a type The vehicle for this communication goals are to "strike a applicant for the training program
hire a worker, give him training to of course, is the bottom line,and the which had never been attempted is the North Florida Private In- balance' between the needs of the qualifies if he or she meets the
do the job and pays the employer program can save businesses money before. dustry Council,a group made up of a labor market for skilled workers and required eligibility guidelines,and Is
half of his salary each week. in three ways by reimbursing Formerly, private business had majority of private sector the needs of the unemployed for willing and wants to be trained to
formation can now employers 50 percent of the training only a limited role in establishing employers, is the method through jobs.In. work.
to the dfordhVoca- costs, handling paperwork and cut policy for goverment-fmaneed job which local job training policies are addition, the North Florida For more information about the
tional Training (Vo-tech) Center on ting expensive red tape to a training programs, knowledge they established. Regional Planning Council locatedin new program, either as an employeror
Orange Street in Starke. minimum and recruiting, screeningand were probably in a better position to Other organizations representedon Gainesville, provides additional as an applicant for training, call
Potential workers are urged to refering only those applicants know and understand than many of the Private Industry Council in- support for the program. the Lake City office at(904) 752-3121.
speak ,with Thelma Mitchell or
Deborah Chisum for further infor
mation. The number at the Vo-tech
Center, which also features a wide
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North program Florida was Private started Industry by the dinner, you 11 pay less for the quality items you want FLORIDA I

Council and will be administered in I at WINN-DIXIE! Like WD Brand U.& Choice PONS

Bradford and Union Counties from B ee f...for an especially tender evening. Complement ONLY!
the Job Service office in Lake City. '
{your meal with WINN-DIXIE famous Harvest
Local and area members of the program ..
In this jFresh Produce. And for dessert, WINN-DIXIE's
area include ChairmanJ.E.
Tomhnson President of the 44 ,s. ,Deli/Bakery/ offers a complete variety of Valentine's Double Coupons Good In Jacksonville. Clay =. ,":::..:.:=. .-:.:;;.:.. =: ..-.-...
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Hires Starke, ; Production and members Manager Richard for love are waiting for you now at WINN-DIXIE, Oak, Lake City,Gainesville High Springs, Perry, .' .:.:.:-::..n.N.ow..-......-.ww.aN.r.N...--..-.;...-wrNww..r..---
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and David Smith, Jr., Principal of
the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Centerin ,
According to spokesmen for the I MKMID SHANK MAI*
program, the goal is to train Ham
economically] disadvantaged per- .WCKMV MKMUB WM HAL
sons and place them in the job Ham
market. The program sends the wo..nwe mna..n.NUa
employer a "motivated, job-ready" tl Legquarters u 48 E. '_ I 1 /
employee with an interest in the
business chosen and reimburse
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them 50 percent of their pay for the Fryers -
time spent in training.The IMAM*M MThighs
success of the program in this ,I .,, u 88t
area, according to the spokesman,
depends to a large extent on com- t Loin Chops La $599s
involvement and
munity private sector -
involvement. There is no limit to
the variety of jobs in the programand
no company is too small or too
large to participate.
The North Florida Central) Service
Delivery area to be served by the job
training program includes Union,
Bradford, Alachua, Columbia, e u n
Hamilton, Suwannee, Madison, U.
Taylor, Lafayette, Dixie and tCHOCE T O e
Gilchrist counties. t, tNr rrt
The Private Industry Council's job
training programs are designed to
be a partnership between the public DRAFT or IITI
and private sectors are locally l / MILLERBEER 12'
designed to meet the individual $499V
needs of businessmen. The 50 per _
cent payback on the employees ALL YA.'ITII'
wages are a valuable economic a'o .' COCA
benefit for the employer, who effec- 2 LTR.$119
tivly gets a worker for half the price, COLA .
then can retain him if he so desires, .
after he learns the training provided I
training provided under that par. '
ticular businesses' own system. )
One of the things businesses who
have participated in the program so y i __ STAOtS I a II
far like about the program is the i '
amount of paperwork and '"red ,d,,,, ,,,,,? BEECHNUTw "
tape" which are kept; to a minimumby u. s CHOICE) .. BABY FOODil 41AR5 L
regional offices in an attempt to sE> '
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streamline the process as much as
possible.The HUNK 0 CHUNKSLEW99
benefits to the employees are r'"r FOOD 3sT I ,
that they get to enter the workforceand Ihnflui DOG MAID Il
begin training for a economically -
more beneficial job than the one ORANGEJUICE
they had before, and become self-
suffcient as they earn their salaries.
The program also features screen- : PORK $9i JUMBO i
ed referrals in which employers give SPARERIBS. SHOO 1 i
the Job Service a list of their specific TOWELS
needs, solving many hiring .pro-, ROLLS

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February 25,1987. For fur- ELIi

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I'Didn't get that diploma? Here's how to get a "second chance"The I

Central Educational Develop The 5 part final test requires a Thomas aid there are many In discussing motivation Thomas In talking about the diplomas, to work, but had always wanted a
ment (IGEDI. program at Bradford- cumulative score of 225 points with masons for persons to travel the says "Motivation is the key to success Thomas says many people refer to diploma. It took Scott about two
Union Vo-Tech Center is offering a minimum score of 40 points on GED route to getting a High school ; the student must be hungry to the certificate as a "GED," but the years to pass the test, since he is
"''1'01111 chance" opportunities for each of the five sections. If a student diploma. be successful." term is incorrect.The certificate is a busily engaged in community ac
residents to earn a high school makes less than 40 on a section of the Some students seem to be unableto Vo-Tech has been instrumental in high school diploma, awarded by the tivities. Scott is the mayor of Lawtey
diploma each progressing at an individual test, he may retake the one section conform to regular school qualifying a large number of state Department of Education, and and chairman of the county zoning
puce. the next times tests are ad discipline and leave before employees for jobs with the Department should be referred to as such. board.
23:!: persons took GED tests, with ministered. Tests are kiiteduled graduating. Many of those studentsdo of Corrections, which requiresa Thomas stresses a point often be-
1(53( : being successful, and receiving seven times a year. not have learning disabilities,and high school education as a overlooked by many. The school is Scott praised the program who as left
beneficial to
his or her diploma in calendar 19116. can handle the informality of evening minimum. Many of its former for any student who seeks to improve ing everyone
Many ol the remaining 79 applicants The Five Areas... classes. At least one student students have gone on to earn himself, regardless of his starling school early, and needs to improvehis
educational situation. He is deeply
have remained in the program, and The five sections of study and earned a diploma while, living in ajuvemledetentioncenter.lakingand associate degrees with one of the two point. Many students may be concerned that black citizens are
will earn diplomas in subsequent testing: community colleges in the area, unable to earn a high school of the
months Writing) skills, including spell- passing the test upon release from Lake City Community College, diploma, but they can learn enoughto not taking advantage oppor-
The program is offered nationwide ing, punctuation, capitalization and incarceration. The majority ofyoung which offers college courses at the function in an increasingly complex tunity.
with the Florida program grammar.2)Social. people return to earn their institutions and Santa Fe Community society. Scott and wife, Sarah, have a son,
ranked in the top 2 percent, along Studies: Read and high school diplomas for economic College, with classes in Starke. Jimmy,who is an accountant and a
with Utah.Delaware and Maryland. evaluate selections on social reasons, to get a job or promotion. One Graduate.. member of the Bradford school
Originally limited to returning political, economic and cultJuraiproblems. Older students and some have No Crip Course... Robert" Scott,73, received his high board. Jimmy's wife, Olivia is
veterans 1946.it was soon widenedto received diplomas after age 70. are Director of the Vo-Tech Center school diploma just a few weeks ago, director of the media center at Brad
accept everyone with less than a 3)Science with special emphasison motivated for other reasons. Millard Brown says "There" are no by way of the GED route. ford High School. Another Scott son,
high school education. scientific vocabulary, logical Thomas said many older applicantswant social promotions"( in describing the 0 Cnni/ antri, !<.. fcoH l..f! .....nnl In an John, drives a truck in Atlanta.
Charles M. Thomas, coordinator reasoning, attention to detail and to learn to read so they can classwoik expected of students
ol adult education in the local vo- scientific information. "teach their grandchildren, or read .
tech school said "We are actively Reading) skills: Evaluate the bible." working on a high school diploma.
seeking students who got out of the reading selections from world In 1986. Bradford-Union Vo Tech Florida graduates with a GED
main stream of education, for literature, interpret figures of awarded high school diplomas to 32 diplomas "demonstrate mastery of
whatever reason, and now wish to speech, understand what has been students over 60 years old, a record reading writing and math on a level
earn a high school diploma." read, and student retention of the for which the staff is extremely pro equivalent to 67 percent of high
Thomas explained entrance requirements subject. ud. school graduates," savs Thomas. FDONtrrdew
are almost non-existent, Mathematics) : General problem
il a person has a desire to learn.Persons solving, arithmetical skills and
who are functionally illiterateare reasoning ability, with emphasis on Stephen Smith Lumber
eligible for enrollment, as wellas life insurance, installment buying
the student needing only a coupleof balancing check books and other day /hY
high school credits. to day math requirements. 468-2624
The student, with good
reading average skills can pass GED tests in Why Do They.. Free IMi..T, Miiliiii 3O rnilr ft Ijl... Siiilh of Slarkr on 301
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may Inc.
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with silver
Reg. $149.99 a lining

Reg. *119"

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more than high interest rates, compounded for each $10,000 deposited, or renewed-
A'' o, HOOVER.ConvertibI monthly. With a qualifying deposit, you'll up to five coins per customer.
get a unique opportunity to own the newly Or deposit$5,000 for one year and get
tw minted one ounce American Eagle gold coin a free American Eagle Silver Dollar. Add
or the one ounce American Eagle Silver another year and we'll add another Silver
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won't want to .
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MCNy-.rrtyonAi.. Silver Dollars free!The price of the gold will ... Federal
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Outstanding Bradford citizens honoredby I


Busier Rain Citizen Award... has a great committment to the ject to the point where contracts for
BCT Staff Writer' Carolyn Astir tireless civic community. Once interested in a construction will be bid within the
tJ Awards were nude to four worker and a prime mover of the project, the determination to see it next few weeks. Proving the extentof
7.1.'l) outstanding Bradford ConutBUy Can Street improvement activity, through is there, no matter what the her determination and committ-
residents at she Clamber of Claw recei; .etl the Citizen of the Year persona sacrifice or time requirements ment,she has labored on this projectfor
xnerce *mma& haanjnirlt Safturnfaiy.. aiward presented by outgoing president are. more than 3 years.
Jan.:3LAwards John Miller. Carolyn has been involved with Carolyn also serves on the boardof
the for the Chamber of
Downtown Progress Committee governors
Carolyn Crews Autry, the
wait to Clarence lvrrHumamtaruM from day one. She has spent
SwgWer of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
See SB
e4lIae Year; CtiusdgsAutry drew, is married numerous hours in getting the pro- Page
to Bobby Autry.
; Otum f the Year. Alain
Rogers. SFOC Stmdn mtf Ube Year The two families' own and c.perateIIiIIIddI"s

0 0r te and Year.Chuck: Cctaurm,BIS Sttwtenf of Street! Drug Store on East Call S & W Discount Auto PartsHwy. I

Because of space RsKxwttMoav. 301 North of Starke
tads fill be awards were amntfOcil Joint Miller; lauded Carolyn by NOW OPEN -
from the Feb. 5 edUaoa rf like Tar saying! 'It is an honor for me to pre-
Ttlecrapb. bat. are presented sen*tide Citmn of the Year award." 8-6 Mon.-Frh Sat. 8 4 Sun. 10.3
berewxlhc Tin award goes to a person who

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Buddy Perry of Lake Butler caught this big bass In Hampton Lake this MADESingle _APPLIANCE SUPERMARKETHURRY
I weekend on a worm he designed himself.
Perry says the bass were biting very well and says he caught several ( Side Only)
more, smaller than this monster. Limit 1 Key wlcoupon

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two-year-old murder was sentenced to 30 years in prison
culminated Friday with a hired gun- after pleading no contest to conspiracy -
man and four accomplices receiving to commit murder. S Coo
sentences ranging from life in prisonto Banister earlier was convicted of ( 'e'
five years probation. second-degree murder for the Feb. Visit WithFIGHT 5 Head Stereo
2, 1985 death of her husband : :
John "Wayne Hearn. 41, was shooting SS3 AC/DC PortableInfrared
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Joseph Banister 41,also y .
sentencedtoJifefortheJan 6. IMS, $
killing of Cecil Lee Bade 'of was killed ,by. Hearn and Debra: Jim Watson : j j nID: ( Remote Wireless Control .
Banister .. .
Gainesville. Hearn pleaded guilty to was sentenced to 17 yearsin Cable Ready
that case. Banister's 30-year
murder and conspiracy and he implicated -
Batie's former wife, her sentence is to be served concurrently Saturday, ,
sister and their parents in Batie's with the previous sentence.
death. Marlene Sims Watson,the 29yearold February 14
former wife of Batie, was $1 OVER INVOICE
Hearn already is serving life sentenced to five years and six mon 9 4 r
sentences for two other"hired gun" ths in prison after pleading no contest a.m. p.m. -
killings. (Joe Banister of Starke and to arson and conspiracy to commit
Sandra Black of Bryan, Texas.) murder. Watson will be on probation at ourStarke .,.- .
Circuit Judge Elzie Sanders for five years after she is FAMOUS
ordered Friday's sentence to be released. Store
served consecutive to the previous Frank and Iris Sims, the parentsof
sentences meaning Hearn will servea Banister and Watson, were BRAND '
mandatory, minimum term of 50 sentenced to five years of probationand
years.Debra. were fined$5,000 each.The Sims
Ann Banister, the 31yearold pled no contest to being accessories 1101 South Walnut Street STEREO
former sister-in-law of Batie, after the fact.

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I Deputy Makes Difficult ArrestWhile garden planting tips. He will be glad to > Tuning Quartz Digital Synthesized

answer any questions regarding your Built-in 5-Band Graphic $15 8
attempting to execute a the car stopped but York managed
warrant Sunday a Bradford County to catch him and after a struggle he lawn or garden. Equalizer
deputy almost had more than he managed to handcuff Baker. Full-Range Stereo SpeakersGENERAL
could handle.A Baker was charged with posses
37-year-old Starke man, wantedfor sion of a controlled substance after a
failure to appear, was spotted in small quantity of crack cocaine was COMPACT A with purchase
.a parking lot on Brownlee St.Accor- found in his pocket.He is also charged DISC PLAYERS !' of any stereoHUNDREDS
ding to Deputy Doug York, he spot- with battery of a law enforcement L MAMDWUKE a GMWCM CENTCCRS
t ted him and attempted to flee by violence and possession of drug ( OF MICROWAVES NOW ON SALE
climbing into the backseat of a car. paraphernalia in addition to violation L
As the car was pulling away,York of probation, said York. Bond
grabbed the door and attempted to was set at$5,500.
arrest Baker. A struggle ensued and
the deputy found himself halfway in
the floorboard of the backseat of a I ,
moving car wrestling with Baker.
"Not a scene I wish repeated," .. t m'i I n
said York, who somehow or other k. c
convinced the driver to stop the car. CANCER!
Baker attempted to flee on foot after I m

Hospitalfrom Free Skin Cancer Screeningsby MICROWAVE ELECTRIC OVEN $88

page tConstruction Dr. Charles Stoerat while they last...

of the new hospital
building has already had positive the new Bradford Hospital
impact nere in Starke with the crea- LARGE
tion of new jobs for area residents, ..' Friday, Feb. 20, from 2 p.m. 7 p.m.
while the second phase which In-
cludes renovation of the old building :'. Use Colley Road entrance. FAMILY SIZE
will be more complicated and M .
involve even more jobs-perhaps 50 AUTOMATICWASHER
jobs for people from the surrounding

area. Call Martha 964-6000
Administrator Rearick and his Epps,
staff are still in the final phases of "
transfering their patients, their ", to schedule your appointment.
records files and many pieces of
medical building.I equipment into the new N298

Over 40,000 cubic yards of sand Sponsored by Bradford Hospital and
were brought in to raise the level of
the lot where the new building is Alachua General Hospital's NOT ALL ITEMS AVAILABLE AT ALL STORES

truckloads.2,000 yards of concrete have been Cancer and Oncology program. '
poured and over 6,300 square yards gave EiJl1Ngd4 rVfik Saw tvc
have been planted
of new grass
throughout The old building the area.will be completely Bradford Hospital. Inc. f ".
redone to match the new buildingand I arr.l1 '
will also feature a complete set Starke Florida 32091A .
of new equipment in the rooms of the SUPERMARKET ....
old building as well. Social HoattbCax pogrom
"We're very excited about the new
wing," Administrator Rearick com-
mented. "This is a big step forwardfor .
us and the community as well. \


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SECTION 12.1987Starke


I' Area Want Adsr -1 -ii .IL.




owner, low mileage $3993. 964-7271 GO Furniture, books, dishes, THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS
964-431: 12/iarmcha appliances, stereo. 832 W. Cypress St., MAKE MONEY the old fashionedway. WANT TO STOP
144 POlIO TRUCK S -.ld.. Good for Friday. Sot Sun??? 2/12 Itpd We earn It. Call for details. THAT'S OURS ruJil1CJiJr
,_toring. Mag wh.&.. 1295. YARD SALE Bed clothes, baby walker. 964.8397. 1/224tpd2/12 Alcoholics Anonymous {!:
967536. Evenings < weekend 12/25 Odd.ends.. Feb. 1495. 415 N. Broadway 1000 SUNBEDS SUNAL WOLFF SAVE 964.4 I 50.964.6219 '
1914 St. 2/12 Itchg 50% Call foi' FREE Color Catalogue and pd thru (/IS
TERCEL 4-door. AC. FRIDAY ft SAT. 9-3. 1103 Woodlawn St., wholesale prices. Commercial A CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free
AM FNt, cassette: cruise control. Call Furniture, clothes, stereo household Residential Units M/C or Visa ac estimates. HandyMan Fence Co REALTY8
after 6 p..... weekdays. 5332403. good., odd. 8.nds.2/12ltpd cepted. Call 18002286292.I Icon 87.37 Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 tin

Mercedes. Porsche, etc. clothes, furniture, etc. 2nd house, Lok. 1.800.443-8344. Color planning etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. Ik ;, 205 N. .
catalog, video 964 6078. Orders also taken In lake
direct: from Government. Seized in Hampton Ooks. Sot., F.b. 14 9.3.2/12 presentation
drug; raidsw Available, your area. Sav.Uthousond.s engineered blueprint. Complete Information Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights Cecelie Tenrioeaar
$ 2I6-453-30OO ..t. for your own exciting businessand 473 4973 2/26 the
HOMES Today and always may Cod bestow Hi lave on you
A4259. 2/5 2tpd 2/12 beautiful log home, fcan 8735. HANDYMAN: carpentry painting elec
1973 CLASS A SUPERIOR COACH. Excellent FOR SALE OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-sportswear, trlcal, complete, home repair srtouu
condition. Make off_. 964.8848 ladies apparel childrens/moternity. Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor
or 473367725 tfn large sizes, petite, dancewear/aeroblc Call Mitch., 4733940. 1/9tfn 2-STORV COMM. HOG Welm*C Co*. SeV.VM.I .
LOOK AT THIS! remodeled for
IM CHEVHOLET SPECTIUM REPO. Just you. or accessories store Jordache, Chic FAIRFIELD ROOFING: Free ..lImo'...
Automatic air cond., 4-door, front 1,720 sq. ft. CH/A, w/attlc fan 3 or 4 Lee, L.vl.) Izod Gltono A/lens/ Calvin Licensed Insured and bonded. All I''FISHERMAN DREAM 2 B*. I BA'"-aisog..g.rege............ ..,.-
wheel drive, excellent condition. Call BR. 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen Klein, Sergio Volente, Evan Picone, Liz types of roofing and repairs. 485.I 556 I B screened: deck overlooking Crosby toko......CHBA.SJJ.99S.: !
964-8704 evenings or _kends. 2/12 19 x 20 great room, closets I galore, Claiborne, Members Only. Gasoline, or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg' I EGG FARM BAVUSS HWY-5O acres fenced B criasjlentod. :3 B*, I BA II .-..
rtpdMM fenced back yard wI 100 shed Hoalthtex. Over 1000 others. $14,800 WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and I wol..m".Ing..2....... hookup.4 chicken. homes,fI ...,erIe 0.-
PONTIAC CHAN PRIX. V6. AT. PS.PS. Saratoga Hgts. Concrete drive & walk.Don'l to $26.900 inventory, training, fixtures, freezers In my shop. I buy, sell or trade I finance. Present all offer
AM/FM, clan $1995. 9646932. miss this bargain. By owner. Call grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. used appliances 496.2090. 12/25 tfn |.LANE 19 iaNGtLEYtAKtMoiidsome2iiorycodo llM.....a lofo1|>.i .. MP n I I13V.
2'12 ttpct today 473-7541 or 473-2597. 11/13 Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 888.4228.2/12 Itpd WILL BABYSIT ,in my home weekdays walking access: to k..... S73JOOO.:
17*PONTIAC GlAND PRIX.$475. Good $39.000 will take this beautiful wood TALK LONG DISTANCE 500 minutes Call Sandy Starling 964.8397. 2/12 Itpd .MOOKEI1 BR.2 BA FRAME HOME on 2 ....Oaso so school OKA OIly ;
condition. 964-4O42. 2/>2 Itpd frame, 3 BR. 1 BA house with approximately UNRESTRICTED $100 per month. FREEif DO YOU HAVE WALL PAPER TO BE I water S44.OOO. Assam' mortgage.I .
I9U PONTIAC IMO. 4-door hatchback 5 acres cleared land and aboveground you Introduce 5 clients to system. HUNG or -tile floor to be laid? I .
-OWNER mil TAKE LOSS-3: ,. I CA. ......, paned!, comer let. $25 Xm.
24 ft. pool. Call after 5 Call TOLL FREE Reasonable rotes Call 964.4758.2/12
condition.: 52,700.431.1939.2112 p.m. ANYTIME .12."ACRES Pond Hwy 1OO. S.E.24th A_. B Farcy.. UL S26 ffiOQ.
gao 9648160.M-F or anytime on the weekends at 1 1.800.445.8003. fcan 87.43 WILL BABYSIT in my home. 4682034. Call -EASY TO ENJOY -Brick.:3M. I 548*.CM/A., lo.tom%..._,....,.,....farm...
1/lSpd. tfnchg after 7 for information. EX-
MUST p.m. I L 8 OR utility roan ACCOM So Crystal Le im P9 WO.I .
SELLI 3 BR Country home, 5 milesfrom HYPNOSISPROFESSIONAL PERIENCED. 2/12 Itpd
Starke. lot Appro acre* pnanHwy.
Call) 964.7204 964-4705 after 6 16. Great bam*for trader....... S24 ODD.I .
or p.m. HYPNOSIS services for You In-Home Care With T.L CHousekeeper
2/5 IfnHOUSE I 'IT'S THE EXTRAS THAT COUNTS Secluded 1980>>DW.714') commas m...dd'.eol
1.,..YAMAHA weight control smoking, stress, etc Companion Care 1 4 moround pool. wooden dock playground .....-r ... ... $5 OOO.I
XT500. .tr_ or dirt bik.. LOT In Lawtey. 3 BR, 1 BA, for For help, please call 964.4433. 10/9 Available Reasonable Rates, ((904)) acres
V.ry good) condition. S65O. 964-8210. sale, $2O,000 cash. Ph. 4963605. 2/5 964-4206.. 2Itpd I UNCBOWOEO LIVING-2/1 carnage. S lolsKmgsley lafce "'...... tXXO.I .
12/11 tfnIVM DIVORCEDi Must sell beautiful lakefront I SAMPSON LACE LOT OWN6R RNANCED Approe. 103! .77V .... pr. oI

HONDA SCOOTER red. Ilk. new property, small cottage, large garage. I $18.190. S2.000 dr. LOX int. ID yrs
used by daughter 7823186. 2/52'c.g. Spring Lake, Keystone Heights,, [THE WHOLE KIT AND CAfXXMXX- Cwsvdan do>. '.. d.- .i'-do.
2/tX 964-8848 or "73.3627.1/29 tfn I Access. S3S.OOO. Gnat Golowoy.I .
FOR SALE BY OWNER Keystone Heights Accelerated I-IDEAL HOME fOIl LMGIE FAMILY-S_E24*A_.(off'.d.100L..rt2.7-
3/2, CH/A on on. acre fenced lot. Realty Inc. J BR. 3 BA.attractive deck overlooking a 1/4 aao fall pad STtJOa.:
REAL ESTATE Screened patio wood deck with Jacuzzi I RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE! POKM. tOVEtT IANOCAT3> SUBhOUMI .. -

OUT OF AREA and much mar. Call for an appoint Phone : 964-4544 I DINGI 2 8R. 2 BA. doublewide. 1.76.....*.ao..soCroeby 1... SJVOaa.j'SUPER .
m.nt. 964-7684 days: 473-4275, nights COMMERCIAL.SOUTH.eSoc.- TOOft.........spaces>..,oed S2QG
FOR THE QUALIFIED BUYER: No down I mo. Trailer sales space. SI.OOO mo. SITS.000.
LAND FOB SALE: Georgia Mountains, payment on this 3 BR. I '/ BA brick I*ANNOTATION TO SPAOOUS UV1NG-eon-.anaorVami. :XBr 2 fie
land for.....by owner. Low down pay veneer home. Mathews Realty, Jl 520 S, Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida ] CH&A. LR. DR. family roam B pot o. SaOjOOO. -

mint, owner will finance. Buy the land 9644469. 2/5 tfn Homes lots Acreage Waterfront |ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON 0 SAKE 4UT-c eoredtCWr: x r 7Io,.Zwftov

you haw always wanted.. Easy access. 3 BR. 2 BA. CHSA, 3 acres Call after 6p.m Farms CommercialNo ] ty sheds, pump wall and septic ..... S17.COO.
Call T-4O4-27V2777 fcan 87-42 .
$59,500. 7823459. 2/12 3tchg Charge to List Your Property for Sale I RENTAL INCOME: one be..oom. oS1 x I3JT lot.SIOODO.I .

Call and discuss It with I' CLOSE 1032 E. Call St. :3 BK. IK balti. S45O30.:
-='-' '........... .....CJIC tQ)( xex us. I .
LI:! '3 .4J EXCELLENT ACKS on both *.de* of --. Rd. Oxno ..H --. ]
I SB2.322. A smart Florida .n..estinen .

FAULKNER REALTY INC. GREAT COUNTRY LIVING Brick, 5 BR, 2 BA, living room w'fire'plocePdin1I INVESTORS: 438 Aao in South Bradfafd c.o.. ....,. ronMy swodmoed,
I ing room large eat-In kitchen with lots of cabinets, CH&A, enclosed I II {highway frontage dross M .......... SI.OOO per acne. Hjfd-o tree
garage. I[Developer's dream!

Located Hwy 301 2 Blks S. SR. 100 110.9 ACRES Beautiful, brick home, 4 BR. 2 BA, CH&A, central vacuum, city | _..rtEFEnEDPCOrETKSI'GRAHAM _
1 water ....50....... SI.300 aero.I'COUNT .
221 W. Lafayette Street
SPACIOUS HOME 2,200 sq. ft., living area 3 BR, 2 BA, family room all on I *Y CLUB ACHE LOT -S'SOO.
4.59 acres.COMMUTE. |'2 LOTS MIMOSA So.WO ea.

964-5069 ( TO WORK CB home, 3 BR, 2 BA, great room w/fieldstone| NINE BEAUTIFUL AOtES-Counlry OUSor....''I. ,p_.r. K9OTJO.
IB I fireplace, dining Oreo. CH&A, central vacuum and stereo workshop, 2| SIX ACRES-Great Bu".Primiitiwe .......st Church... $12 BOO
J well., on 5 acres Lawtey area.
REALTOR' I GREAT BUY Brick home, 3 BR, 2 BA, family room w/flreploce. large kitchen PRIMITIVE CHURCH CD.Twonty owes or win......... SSOOOO.:
I w/plenty of cabinet space, on 5 acres with pecan trees. SMALL CBSTRUCTU E-N<... acre. 2......:3 sepihc sank S5O3O
Susan M. Faulkner GRI., CRB I'FORTY ACKES-Neor Country dub S90.000.!
NICE AND NEAT Frame home on 3.90 acres 2 BR, 1 BA, stove I II
PRESIDENT I refrigerator dishwasher, ceiling fans' CH&A, large screened porch 22' X I II 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 Cart S7.7OO.
I 30' barn Priced rightl I'CROSIY LAKE LOT 100' M 335 S17OOO.

REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS I IN THE CITY Clean and neat CB home, 3 BR, 1 BA screened porch nice I i'KINGSLEV LAKE VILLAGE 2 lot* 65 nlXf 52350.8
Irene L Faulkner 964-5142 I lot. (LAWTEV AKEA-Five acre*. SI3 ODD.I .

t tucille>Spry 964-8420 I FRAME HOME Nice and clean 2 BR, 1 BA with stove, refrigerator .1 1S ACHES HWY 18.533.000.One.et e oH 301
Marty Russell 473-7694 I dishwasher, ceiling fans, rotary antenna, on nice lot $25,000. (OKLAWAHA HVEfc throe ptu*acre*. SIS OH.
[LAWTEV 4 BR. 2 BA, 2 story I Ac. IOO 1'... Odd S3>00tl:
Bobby Bigg 964-7331 FOR THE THRIFTY Mobile home on Hwy. 16E, 3 6R, 2 BA, CH&A, well S |
I septic, many other amenities, $35,000. After......
(ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE Call us for detailsi, IPeulmeRendolphRandy 9646333
AIAWTEY AREA 3 BR, 2 BA home. Entrance foyer living SELECTED PROPERTIESLOT Cory 47S-2S97

room w/CATHEDRAL CEILING, separate dining room, central ON LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. by 790' deep, on water I Anne TerwiUeger. ...... 479-7941
.heat.. ft air. Other features include large family room with llO ACRES Bradford County, 13th Street, N E.. Pecan Grove

vaulted ceiling wood burning stove & ceiling fan. Kitchen 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County Priced to sell.
MO ACRES In South Cloy County Residential-Agriculture, S17.900. C
with BREAKFAST BAR dishwasher & built-in Laundry
range. 120 ACRES Northwest Bradford County, Best water In the County
roam and::24"x outbuilding with 12' x 24' section enclosed. 114.05 ACRES Southwest Bradford County with pecan trees and two wells. I

TWO separate one acre tracts. 4.55 AND 2.U ACRES Two separate parcels, Near Graham zoned for MH. | Help! T;.

*CONCRETE BLOCK HOME Immaculate with chain link I LAKE LOTS Owner financing Available. Save Energy& $$ s-z LIMEROCK
CITY LOTS Two blocks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W.
rence.$18.500. Install Cot'om
CITY BLOCKS Northeast Section.
COUNTRY HOME WITH POOL 4 BR stucco home. Two 1 LOT NEAR LAKE ALTO Zoned for MH. 'n5ulatjndows: FILL SAND

baths and family room included. HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels. Good business location Call

.CONERIY ESTATES Perfect building site available for your I HWY 301 SOUTH 5 acres near Earlton Beach. 210 ft highway frontage WE DO DRIVEVlAYS24
|COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx 15,000 sq. ft floor space. Priced Right. Homes Beautiful -
DREAM home. Priced to sell I

*LAKE BROOKLYN Call today to see this hide-away. Large FREE NOTARY SERVICES- 964-6766 782-3172

deck overlooking the lake. Priced in the 40's. PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I I hrs. Financing

*SAMPSON LAKE Build your bungalow on this lot for only AFTER HOURS: .., Bradford Umerock Sales

$13.000.. Wayne Douglas.....964-6593 Novis Ward..........964-7454
READY TO FARM OR DEVELOP 49 acres with lots of road -
John Greene.533.2121 Bill Dodd..9604.7 08 :
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frontage. Irving Clark..........964-7188 Cindy Kurimay......964-7408 Choriotta'sWebb -t
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on 1 acre. ONLY 18000. _
Tom B.m.nt..96 Don Hood..468.1905
.PRICE REDUCTION this 25 39900. Zoned 138 N. WoterStr.et h.
on acres. Only James Dilts...........964-8629 Patsy Law/ton.......964-69271 t ( :
far one acre homesites. I l'% 964.7100 ( v ; f

*TWO LOTS in town zoned R2A (multi-family). ... Because I'm such a sweetheart .::

*COMMERCIAL BUILDING needs some repair. Great location I 7 l r All sweaters 3-00 during February


.BEAUTIFUL LARGE HOME on Crystal. You must see this Plumbing Supplies From

one*TWO! ACRES with large 3 BR, l'/i BA home. $29,000. Durrance Pump & SupplyWe FOR SALE

*FOUR BEDROOM 2%, BA home with circle drive, fenced + Fill Dirt, Top Soil Tractor Work

yard. Over 2.200 sq. ft. ||* Drill 2" to 6" Wells State LicensedUS Backhoe Bulldozer

*TWO BEDROOM 1 BA home In Lake Butler. Great rental 301 North 864 N,Temple Ave. Starke 964.7061
TF J '."* 964.6182 964-5823
ham, only 15500.

*ONE ACRE fenced with doublewide mobile home. Out .. .

buildings included. Assumable mortgage.

*WOODED LOT in city. 6000. -

*RD 230: 2 acres has 2 BR, 1 BA stucco with your very own r''t IAVERN'" H. OUTLAW.." 4 COUNTRY HOME yauW dreamed otveuoret Mvcsroes w

fish pond fenced.Also kitchen equipped, under 40000. EXCELLENT Broker of owning. It has veryirtungt' acres M cir .....J rrf Oyhr :
I 1 4 4/2 over 2.000 sq. ft. Pace pert woset od..a...........
TERMS. I reduced to 160.000.

*NICE t ACRE building site or put mobile home has well & ,..,... .1I ACt
driveway already installed. DAVID L.DODGr. MSA KJMTC. WATERS *COMMERCIAL BLOC. Many use. I3B
9644522STARKE. OisianatatfAppralstrrUs.SM5370 Res. W4-894V N. Water St. S2S.OOO. .DCASIICAU., CED.4-: ..I.reds
*OWNER FINANCING on this 3 BR, 1 BA home in town, only b" .
-.u .327Dp4: _
t .INVESTORS fmesang S/O. ro>.. .
$17.900US FL. i rood through property. Owner .... rs ."d ::1 00_ MOW S 13i: ..000.43.rra .
SOLAR PROPERTY with 6 acres and several buildings, '-....

very versatile property. SUZANNE" KITCHENS NEW .nAIL/PIOfESSIONAI..COUIfTn ........... "..... ._
plenty of parking and tAiOOSommwMiti
HWY 229 4 2 BA 3/4 beautiful 'lot owe '
BR. on --s.
b r Moir, thru frf. RtS I64-5t41 positive cash flow.Located..the bus.ie.t
.VERY NICE 4 BR 2 BA cement block home in town. Many ?1:30 Jn IB 1:30 "" section of Sto..... ,
: : p.m. ri'1.i of-ovjsyiVT uvoeS w ..... ...... _
extras priced in mid SO's. \ t.-f im T i.iw; s. .??."': WELL ESTABLISHED commercial :3.<2 CB home on 2 i_ fcree/are.
WALNUT STREET-3 unit 2 story can be used also by restoring ;; tour run stnic i>i i otfk* building across from Community Bank, skyfceht end muii. i__
to original home. Price REDUCED to 49900. **>nltl> fpr Rtim nc* f*rm Cwnmirel.1 BintlrxMLOUFYOUNCt Price has been drastically REDUCED to '

.OWNER FINANCING furnished doublewide mobile home move property. -KEYSTONE AHA MH M*w......q.
COMMERCIAL LAKE BUTLER.' *7 ACRES with home B born on 22S ...- T r ....... S23 toO (CM B AJ.
with 3 BR. 2 BA. built-on porches & utility room on 1 acre. Nice building w/1300 It. J *NEED LOTS OF ROOM'"? Over near SR 16. Ha many potential
.q. Large
2,000 ft. S BR, 2'/i BA
sq. ,
225 2V4 $6.000.
acres. lot w/plenty of paved parking. OrrSTAt saga ACCESS A larae
fireplace, 1
.HWY 14 WEST nice wooded building lot. Across from school on SR 121 City c.lI.nllocolion.on Out acre of in city LxLAKEFIONTwhite. beach, add ar araaoM bnck .v-.. p>e> _/r0'"'
.WASHINGTON ST. Lg. older home Ideal for restoring. water A sewer Ideal for professional wants action. Will consider town owner lease water 2/2 en almost I aero-beavtiuy Soorko and rr.t-pcnrilo..She..a.

N Priced at 39900. MAKE OFFER. Has 4 BR, 2'BA., car/ lot,office etc. florist beauty shop w/optlon and/or owner finance. landscaped. appai.in.ion. ma .

.EDWARDS ROAD 400 acre tract, has several barns, fence $55.000. *LOCATION LOCATION Wait to .HOIEMAtIEt' 'S DaAII ::12. 04t&A..
everything. 2 BR. Neat a
ing and fake frontage. *JUST LISTED. It won't lost long -Excepj as put. droro g. ......... OW...... A)It Z

,IMMACULATE DOUBLEWIDE mobile home, on 1 acre withpool j tlonal' 3 BR over 1300 sq. ft. Close to new CONVENIENT FOR FSP t UCI *EXCELLENT BUY 117500:111: Mr/car* ** .....-. '- .. toe Ar' ...i ...
has everything.HWY Winn Dixie shopping Only $28,000. EMPLOYEES. 1,670 sq. ft. home on 5' port. Best area. HtlKRYt .....,..x.w+ pera.ler.w.AB..
I Firm. CH/A. Nice born.
acres ***nno-
14 WEST on Glendale St. Lovely large home has PERFECT IN-tA" HOOSJMG or 2 __

been. REDUCED $10,000. j .LOVELY 2/1' In quiet neighborhood EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked lake, families 2 mca 71ku I large. < t. *LKEtGY '*". ""A ..*.. -4 B*. 2
fa .. .
.3 BIT. rlA. central H/A. Ig. lot with chain link fencing. I Great buy. large swimming pool, large lot on paved keep Separate check living on each. other.> so .**. 2."!.*.*. f3tt8A .... 8 --. "
street with sidewalk Brick home with .
mmttm*ae 1 OnJySS/JOO.
STjOOadown and assume mtg. of$23.000 monthly payments *<- RARE FIND 3/2 on I 150x110 cornerI ov.r2,200.q. ft. 3 BR, 2 BA. large entertaining PRICE _
REDUCED 3 BR brick home
$7J5-10% int. rate. I lot. Hardwood floors. 2-cor garage. Just area. Many other amenities. 3.64 acres, nowfy rebooted futchen.on. s teN "' -.<:-PCB w.
IMAGINE getting a 3 BR, 2 BA on paved street, only | $32 000. CH&A acre .
3 paneled wall*, pictureWow.. -.f...i'drsr.eeiys.Fl.a..d, .0.
NO THRU TRAFFIC on a court 3/1 I. .
$21 house nestled t J 9 tree. .
,5IQ. pecon ,
*J ACRES ON GRIFFIS LOOP, with well C/B In town central' heat < air hard rTj j
*22 ACZES nice 'land with dyer 500' frontage op! paved I septic. Owner will consider financing. wood floors only S41,400.Psett lf/elnVllPf7lyHiriPfUnOurUlflerPruQfr/its

road. Owner financing.

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Coll '.755-< leoo. 7/3TFN Recreational vehicle welcome Phone $14.99' per month. Call 964-6946. Ifs thly, efficiency apartments, I or 1 M. decks sidwalkf Free nor*. OH Commercial Circle, through

TRUCK DRIVERS: Experienced. long haul 9..7..98.911& tin CHEVY 4x4 PARTS '/ ton anything you call 4732919.25 tfnchg ..........L Poole Co Rob., 473-390. 2/5 privacy fence. 2nd ........ on right.Satwrdar. .

nedA Must be :33: with good driving NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 ned--Axles, front or rear auto LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished. ....... S-i. Itpd 2/12
record/work tronsm.. transfer cases 2 different, COMa ONE. COME AU Have boll I
history. W. offer Retired or handyman caretaker couple a
ex- BA For Information ..... .
opt more call Lake LAWN JSQPMMC Tuli .. edgFg.
call nf equipment and benefit. Apply Butler types: spring lift, block., big U bolts. preferred $200: to$275 mo. 47372B9or Sidewalk solo, boko sole tool Chili for
Apt 4963141. Equal Opportunity Call COM m. LOOT ...... 473-3990. fre>
9645812. TFce .
in peorool.. Truck Lin.. 2341 Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 376-7749 or 378.9623.2/S tfnchg Esumars, lunch bring the whole bunch Where:
Detroit Blvd. NEWSPAPER PLATESi Aluminum. / tivwk9 St. Ann*'* Church Magnolia St.,
Pensocolo, Flo. ROOMS FOR RENT SANDS LAKE 3 M furnished
Magnolia Hotel $8 float SACCOpC POO* DBAGG.4G
((904-4776481)). Mutt live within 200 Measures 24x36". 25 cent each. Great horn, AC. screened porch boat Keystone Height. When: Feb. 21 Sat.
From ramj
per night $35 per wok Discount HOMO out of kMiCo.....Lo-.E.. ,
for and 10-4.
miles of Pansocolo. EOE. Icon 87.34HAIItSTYLIS'f offered for patching repair TELEGRAPH $395 mo.. $200: dep. 249.7884. 4ltchg lhg 2/12
NEEDED: Pass of ad. longer term Apply In person. 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. 1/29.2/19 Somco. for o* you foundation TARO SALE 5 miles east of Keystone an

voncmnt. Full A part-time petition great from. Magnolia Post Office.Hotel TF Walnut St. across ROLLS OF HAY: S25.S20. All hay under 2 BR FURNISHED cottage AC dock nMu repair_473-7731.E 2>5 slnclig. Hwy. Follow sian*. W. ft Sat.. 13 ft

E.p. and following preferred. APARTMENTS FOR large barn on west side of Hwy 16 clean. $295 mo. til June 1. S20O dep. MmQUIE bfnehins. 14 front 9 S. Itpd 2/12
9641-4777. 2/5 2tehg 2/12 decorated RENT Newly about 7 miles north of Starke toward 2497884. 4tchg 1/29.2/19 Hand rs6bed d feel. Cell .lee FRHDAV ft SATURDAY 9 until? Clothe,

EXPERIENCED CHOIR DIRECTOR needed facilities everything Included.furnished.Video Laundry prison. Order your hay and leave "It MELROSE Brond new 2 Bit. I BA.Of/.... CARPET 473 2571.nrnMsMr 2/5 sfnchg jewelry. Ntghtfngal St. Follow
Trod rwed
room m
few local church. If Interested, pleas available. Will under my born until you need it. W/W carpet W/D hook-up, screened. argroa Itdog 2112
accept one child steam awn aclKm. Free.ssnhae.e..C&
coll 964-735 or 964-7560. 2/5 2tchg Palms no Delivery available at extra charge. Ar porch energy efficient $40 (plus or TWO'AIWUIS. Fri. ft Sat. 13 ft 14, 9 until.
pets Aprs.. 2313 N. Tempi B Carpet endplokswy Beni i
2/12 Av., Storks thur Goskins 782.3727 or 9646167. minus) mo. electric' $295 mo. plus Choutougua Way E. off Hwy 21 So. -
32091. 5/1 TF
473-7770. I/2V-2/IV
10/30 tfnchg follow .. Rain. cancel 2/12
LOOKS Avon Representatives needed. deposit 475.1968.ltcbg 2/5-26 11" Itpd
HAVt ALICIA roll farm.
Vow core earn S3 to $10 per hour. Call avail. Call $25 per at FOR RENT OR SALE: 3 BR Doubtewide:2
9-5 Mon. thru Fri. 9".6312. >>
ORDRBdaay end
Delivery available 7 mile west of m weeiads. AI-
Ramon Bedroom
782.3068.2/121 smglewid Mo
tpdLONG 1/8 tfnchgWAREHOUSE Stark on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gaskins. pets day ......... pleese cell DeIIIIie 4n7529.MlSCEUANEOUS
6592269. leave
nor. msag
STORAGE SPACE for rent 964-8356. 11/13 ft BOATS
thAmerlcon Van Linos' needs by the month 5x10 to 10x20. 10x10 tfnchgS 3 BR MOBILE HOME fenced walk to
_..../op..ator.r If you need training, $35 per month. Call Ron Denmark HP KAWASAKI GO-CART. like n.w. school. Sunrise Trailer Park. Call
w. will from you. You will operate 964-7071. 1/15 $390. 9648843 or 4733627. 11/20 1.90..73..221 or 1.904.381-6109. SAILBOAT Whistler, 11 ft. with main
...- own factor If. you don't hove OFFICE SPACE tfnchg Call Ilnchg PACK BAT .... ed *-d tranfe coIfecti.We and pb. Tr...... Asking S3SO. 473-2538.
on Street next to
ita.s and.n
Slight damage. grs. ftiemMe."
ono. northAmorican offer a tractor MOBILE HOMES FOR SALENEW Itpd 3/12
Telegraph. 600 ft., 15 by ..01..1.
sq. Large flashing arrow sign $2891 glassware. lei eh, end mad mare.Came .
purchase program that can put you in a Phone 964.6305. 1/l5llnbf 1976 CHRYSLER Cordoba good condition

troctor for$3500 down. If you are 21 or 12x65 MOBILE HOME IN COUNTRY BR, $2391 Lighted Free non letters arrow! See$2791 locally.Unlighted Coll to. UXBITs 3/2. S13.995. Only at Uncle ...see-.Ear. //agkss ywrtal./kg/n.wy 0..id..sof 100. $800.( 473-2589. Itpd 2/12

owe and think you may qualify w.'d I'/. BA. Partially furnished Now tak doyl) Factory direct: 1-800-423-0163 Roys.Ocolo. 351-8514.4 chg3/5-26 473-213. 2/5 cfcnKhg.

Piker fo send you a complete1 Information 'ing application Phone 9645734. 1/29 anytime, Icon 87-40 YOU PAY SALES TAX tog and titi*. !lINGO AMnceM Lagno roes, Hwy 21 FOR SALE
package. Call any w..kdoy. TOLL tfn Move In today. Free credit check by Nanh. af
FARMALL CUB TRACTOR w/disc and Sunday -nao s 3-5. and
fcan FREE 87.38PARTTIME 1-800-348-2191 Ask for Dopt. 97. COMMERCIAL BUILDING BOO sq. ft. cultivators. Runs good $1600. Call phone. Only at Uncle Roy'. Ocalo.: Soturd..y d 7 pa, P.6hc .& 215 PIANO FOR SALE Wanted responsible
Close to 301 Courthouse. 9648292. 2/5 96 .5523. ask for Leon. 1/29 tfnchg 351.851. 4tchg 2/5.26 party to Coke over small monthly
FILM REPRESENTATIVE needad 2tchg 212IN UNCLE HOVS Mobil Home. of spmot-consol Con
NICE TOPPER for short wheel has truck King REAL ESTATE payments on piano.
in your area for Interdenominational WALDO 14 wide unfurnished mobile $100.: Call 91>".8848 or 4733627. 1/29 Service sine 19.... 5% down. Select bo seen locally please include yourphono
Christian missionary work. home 2 BR. CHAA stove, refrig., A tfn models sold at cost. Free phone-in number and write to CREDIT

Powerful ministry. No experience. washer/dryer hook-up. No pets $200 1978 TAURUS TRAVEL TRAILER, 28'. good credit. Featuring Homes of Merit. MOM_HOME Oin.bdwe LOTS $errs 5O done $68malls MANAGER Box 8547, Ft. Myers, FL

Contact Rev. Glenn Lee, per month. 1st, last A sec. dep. condition., 964 8484. 2/5 tin Skyline Fleetwood and liberty woven w.r.r end 21F08.2tdg L 12-19
1.1JOO.6S2.0778. h' 76. Icon 8741ACENT 468-1509. keep 2/5 2/12. Only at Uncle Roy's. Ocala. OH coM*>y paved rood. Jack BERMUDA HAY square bole. 4O-45
trying. 2tpd
for established Insurance debit. APPROX. 20 ROLLS OF RIG INSULATION. eo........, E Aeeocnees. be. Realtor.
: BETWEEN GAINESVILLE A 351-8514.4tchg 2/5-26 $2.75 .lesser
PALATKA. Five below 91...88..8 4733627. 2/5 pounds. : quality. $2.
cost SIote
Good fringe benefit S > or c..v..t ........ c.-__.
starting pay. minutes from shopping center A tfn tHI.7)Z7 otter 6 p.m. 2tchg 2/12-19
Exprinc helpful but not essential, UNCLE ROY'S Mobil lames King of CBCO 15467. 477060 or 475-I31O..
school. Beautiful, ski A fishing lake.. IS CUBIC FEET-Sear chest freezer.Asking
TAKE OVER 5 ACRES beautiful wooded
will train. For appointment call Private lot, 3 BR 2 BA mobile home, recreational NO DOWN $49 Service since 1946. 5% down. Select Pea EDUCED. ......i. J-L-fJUj ..... S22S. 473-2538. Ttpd 2/12

Gainsv 3757871. 2/12 2tpd 2/19 never rented All elec.. dishwasher month ZERO area INTEREST Owner. model old ot cost. Fro phonoincrdit. das to lot.. Priced *a sea qck.Ikuir.d ETHAN ALIEN .S piece Maple wall unit,

HOUSEWIVES earn $600 $1000 p.r W/D CH&A expando, porch awning 8134335498.- 2/12 2tpd 2/19- Featuring Home of Mont a.aItroi s-r...964x447,1/22 S55O; office swivel choir. $45: 30 Inch

month in your spar time. Must b. lorg. closets. Includes garbage A HAMMOND PIPER ORGAN with padded Skyline Fleetwood and liberty. Onlyat coIfoe/..... tab!*. S45. 473-2377. Itpd
outgoing, enorgetic.. and able to water. Must see, really nice. $275. mo. bench music books. $400. FIRM Uncle Roy' in Ocala. 351.8511.2/5 HOMES FOR SALE 2/12
devote S hours p.r week to position. 684-3775 or 684.6645.212 llpd 4tchg 226TRAVEL SOUO HEAVY PINE Cannon boll queen
Colt for private interview in 782-3684 to see. 2/12 Itpd TRAILER 18' Scatty. KEYSTONE HEsCetTS 3 _. 2 ...... CS
your LAKE RENTAL; 4 BR, 2'BA.. 2-story, SPLIT OAK FIREWOOD will deliver. Call bod. includes innersprnrg mattress,
horn. 182.3790.2/12 2tchg 2/19 2-car garage, access to tennis court includes after 4311910. 2/12 refrigerator stove, bath oir conditioner house. one black. from school. plo dresser and large mirror largewarbabe.
MAID WANTED to clean rattier big microwave A washer/dryer. p.m.SALE Itchg gas electric TV _t_. Used SSSjOOO. Mat.......CB. Isaac:Keafty. like nw. Other odd furmtur .
......_. References preferred. Call between $650 per month. Coll collect 9666614.2121 llpd nego. very seldom. Clean, easy tow S26OO. .75-2199.215 ifWcho and lamps. Call 4734555. Itpd

9 am 3 pm. 9645475. 3/121 904-378-1387. Stchg 3/12 475-2076 anytime. 2/12 Itpd KM SALE BY 2/12
GUITAR Marlin D 28 with hard shell ONfEK.yss ieIferglits.
LICENSED IN NEEDED at Whispering NEW MOBILE HOME 2 BR 1 BA. Sleepy case mint condition new $1200 ask. 3/3. CILIA on ana ea.'cod bas.Soeen ESTATE SALE Fri..Sot.. ft Sun. 9.5. Antiques
Pine Core Canter 3-11 charge nurse, Hollow Motel. 2317 N. Temple Ave. ing $750. Phone anytime 9644329. HELP WANTED .dpsiswooddecs.nrkJewaxJ toots and odds ft ends. From

fuU-fim. RDM. LPN's n. d.d. EOE. Starke. 2/12 Itpd 2/12 IIpdHEATERS. and mad_..Co far on ........*- keystone light go 1 S miles on Rt. 21
Phone'' 964-6220.: need EXPERIENCED Bartender and south toward Mofroso. Brown house
Experienced waitress
only 2 BR HOUSE kitchen appliances furnish..d. 130.000 BTU and several mnt. 94-7684. days.: or 4734373.NOTICE .
to apply. 2/12 tfn Clean $250 per month $100 cleaning other sizes. Like new. Regular or Keystone. Call Patrick after 7 p.m. at rrgiws.1i291Mrg 2'1. with yellow shutters on lako. look for
301 QUIK STOP applications 473.4854. 2/5 tfnchg Ifpd212BELSAtV .
accepting dep. Call 964-7635. 2/12 Itpd butane 964.6831. 2/12 Itchg Sign
for full-tim cl..k. Apply in person. 2'/t LARGE PRIVATE LOT. Hwy 16, close to TRUCK TOPPER gas. for small long bed truck. ORGANIST and or choir director. foith S HP Planer molder, auto-
mi. S. 301. 2/12 ttpd prison. Ready for your mobile home. Insulated roll out windows. $150 cash Presbyterian Church. Send resume to food, cost SI8OO now, $1000 obo:: 4 six-
MEDICAL T.ANSC.IIE.'ulitim. position 1..68.1323.2/121In or trade. 964 8810. 2/12 1 Itchg Rt. 2 Box 2733. Metros. FL 32666 or ClA5SIRE ADVH'II5ING should.sob lug now whit* spokes. IX I 5, fits AMCor

availableExperience' required M-F 14 WIDE FURNISHED MH central heat A PIANO FOR SALE) Wonted-responsible call 473.4525. 2
day shift*.. Excellent benefits and work. AC. $250 per month plus deposit. party to take over small monthlypayments WANT GENTLE. CARING LAO to sit with f<* in mramg onel ya.'J ia ..-.... S4O. 473-2931 Itpd 2/12
ing condition Apply to personnel 1.68.1323.211211n Can 94.yr. old mother one or two week ot moss credit n otreody noMhd:

lake Butler Hospital, Hand Surg.ry 2 BR FURNISHED quiet neighborhood.Hwy be seen locally.on spinet-console Please include piano. a time Room board and salary. No. wdh ties alhce.MON0R SPRIT PIANO Whrlony-Kimball spinet,

Center Sit 121 ft 100. Lake Butler FL 16, '/, mile from city. 4681323. phone numbers and write to CREDIT your smoker 468-1241. Itpd 2/12 STAfF OLNMOT BE HELD oak finish excellent condition. $650 -
32054 or 904-496-2333. EOE. 2/12 Itchg 2/121fn RESPONSIBLE FOB MISTAKES IN 475-2076 2121pdGARDENING
MANAGER. Box 8547, Ft. My.... FL Kayton*
RN needed for homo visits. Must References required. Call THE TELEPHONE.
"nave' dependable transportation after 5 p.m. 473.3628. 1/29 tIn 7 SPACE GUN CABINET sliding, gloss FOUND Female dog. short hair red CIo**,food, dadfin ita 114)0: *xn .. prior
doors, with lockable ammo drawer
964-8777. 2/122tchg 2/19 -
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 month la Thwsdsy Prkb4mefeM.
per coat. Found /Metros
SOMEONE TO LIVE-IN and h.lp car. for $75 firm Call 964-8092 8 5 ask for near Cmtary ..; __ IS word far all
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- alter 6.00 around Jon 24. If not claimed in one charge S3 JO. SPRING PLANT SALE JUal .
elderly gentleman. Light housekeeping Owner at 964-5069 or 964-4048 TF 2/5 Debbie.tinNEED Call 96..660. p.m. weak will be given to a good horn. them' IScant far each ward shereaffor.WANTED _....... On* year old. $1 *a; 2 years
required located in rural area. Call96463'3a,9646031. FURNISHED efficiencies A mobile homes Call 4753438. Itpd 212BROAQWAY old SI JO each; Camellias. years old.
2/12 1 ttpd inside city weekly A monthly. JO LU $1-65 ox large Gardenia $4 .*a;
964.6626.2/5 2tpd 2/12 "4f
DATA ENTRY OPERATOR temporary Motel A MH Pork. 964-8810. 6/5 TF 964 5562 or miniature Gardenias, SI.65 .o.. +, t
position. Must have at least 12 months ON KINGSLEY LAKE 3 BR mobile home, ihttth t. FEMAIE GOOSE -areter ...... 64-714 lakeside ........,..nS-3135. Itchg 2/12 s

experience. This position will b. from2O4C Heat A AC. year lease, no pets, adults & WALTERS ofr>.. 4 p..*. Upd 3/12
: ) hours per week. For application only. 5332366. 12/4 TFN COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE

;information' contact Mrs. Crawford at 1 BR COTTAGE on Silver, Lake in TREE SERVICE
43I-I5TO by F.b. 17. 1987. 2/12 I tchg AC. $250
Keystone Heights fireplace
TYPISTS S50O w..kly at home) Write: per mo. 1-247-1604. 12/18 tfnchg Removal Tim Custom Cabinets

ro> Box 975. Elizabeth. NJ 07207.: 2/12 12x65 MOBILE HOME 3 BR on Iocr. lot NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call A Thomp. Trimming ANowCoMfracfioM *a.-cr.r ng tttt
/8 4/2
crig $250 per month. 9644238. 1/29lln son Streets: 2 story masonry building. Cobio ts *TiU Catlings
EXCELLENT INCOME for home Removal
part-time Stump
UNFURNISHED 3 B.. I BA MOBILE HOME: Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. 4/10TF /
assembly work. For Info call 209 N. St. Clair St. $200 per mo. plus 2,000 SQ. FT. COMMERCIAL BUILDING Firewood Fr Estimates
504-641.8003 ext. 9579. 2/12 4tpd 3/5
security deposit. Call 964-5523 ask for on Hwy 301 In downtown
Stork for
CRUISE SHIP JOBS Domestic A tfn Free Estimate Coil Tim Thompson
Leon. 1/29 sale
by owner Ideal for retail office
dock oversea Now hiring kitchen soles help, 1 BR APARTMENT On 2nd floor No pets ,. $50.000. Call 91>".5139 or- .&- Shop 9u-6238 Et/tlf.!
hands maids gift shop .
one child. $135 per mo. Call 964 8498. 96. 8173. 1/22 4tchg 2/19 473-7097-473-7679
Pewnparary ft career opportunities. Call ---
1/29 tin FOR SALE BY
OWNER. 600 ft.
C206J( 736-2972. Exf 427. 2/124tchg3/5 BRICK 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath carport zoned residential/office sq.located building on After 5 P.M. fLOfl.iU CAflPET CUAWWi & DYE c6.

TRUCK DRIVER NEEDED local deliveries utility room central heat A air. Hwy 301. 3 miles, North of Stark. 130' Keystone Heights
choffeur's license, warehouse experience Available Feb. IS, 1987. 964-6490, frontage on 301. Can be used as officeor PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED

*, loading-unloading required.Ecttnf 964.8877. 2/5 IlnCORRECTIONAL two bedroom. house. $40,000. Call 'tInLlcenled & Insured ,...,...... .......,nas
benefit package. Apply In OFFICERS live near 964-5139 or 964 8173. 1/22 4tchg 2/19 all R.. IftBaBB $14'5 Scot cfigard Available
of Lake Butler Apparel, lake your work. We hove a mobile home to -
Butler. Irchg" 2/12 suit your every need. Call us .ped.Ray III de- siM ttt dyessg M a.a M mmH carpet,luntttwn cleaning

WAREHOUSE PERSON NEEDED Experience1 14681323. 2/12 tin BOATS a.d.. eao Bas.'.-c: III.-L
In general warehouse shipping AT KINGSLEY LAKE 3 BR. 2 BA. central i ,435--DRASTICALLY REDUCED SenKxCrtizenOncoun Nomdeag.charge Free advice

and receiving. Need to be responsible HAA. Beautiful I acre lot. Available opprox. Mobil 1 stucco building furnished Call 954-4397 Call .ete.sw.//
dependable and reliable. Excellent March 1. $375. 5332805. 2/12 1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. 1 on 3/" ocr*. Front State Rood. Lowdown ..-._ e iber.r .

benefit, package. Apply in person Itpd Mercury and trailer. $1800. Dale \ poymnt II/tb L pwawe.aewwns.hr.es.e hewoecewr aaw.w.tes.we
at lake Butler Apparel. Lake 2 BR MOBILE HOME furnished. No small Brown. 964.6050. 10/2 tfn i446-BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL --

Butler Inchg. 2/12 children no Inside pets $200 per BASS BOAT-l4 ft. Collins Croft 35 front US 301 South. Brick homo

OFFKE NURSE light typing some month $100 dep. 782.3363 or 782.3233. Evlnrude tilt trailer troll motor new pool business bldg.. 54- acres. Call

secretarial, skills send resume950 E. 2/12 Itchg battery 473-2063 2/12 Itpd nowl I
Call sr. 2/12 Itchg 4 BR HOUSE IN CITY. Unfurnished 1439--TWO BLOCK BUILDINGS, commercial CYPRESS MULCHand
FULL TIME REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATES upstairs A downstairs fireplaces. No LAND FOR SALELOT frontage on US 301. 10 city

For confidential, interview call Lovern pets. $375. 964-8661. 2/12 Itpd i lots, vffic space 2 going

Owriow. Outlaw Realty 964.4522.212 businesses. nowl!
IN CITY $6OOO. Call 964 5764; after
? hg 2119 MOBILE HOME PARK in Ocala PINE
; MOBILE HOMES S, call 964-5251 3/07 tIn 1447-- BARKYou
13 trailer, rental 1 (Silver Springs). Great Investment
FOR SALE ACRES 2 BR for over
-- NOTICE five acres cleared GREAT for country potential. pick-up or We Deliver
living or for Investment such as mobile 1148--1.69 ACRES WATERFRONT.

be submitted NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy home park, animal form etc. Several 1 mobile, many amenities hr near Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
CLASSIFIED Wells at AAW Mobile Homes 964-6407 money making pecan trees. $28.000 I lntrlochn.
to the Bradford County or 9..08.8/1. tfnrw cash or $12.000 down and payments of Lorraine Champion. Broker Cypress Lumber
Telegraph off,.. in writing and paid In DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR, 2 BA for sale, $230 month. Starke area call 9646493. -- TROUTREALTY964OT31

odvonca unless credit Is already payments about $225, $500 down payment tfnjo) .... MN ...r 964-6649
established with this office. free dellv.ryup.. Just good ...
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD credit needed. Olin's Mobile Home .' *:; t; 304JANE =


Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY. sine 1946. 5% down. Select CARPENTER TOOLS: Especially rare S,......&. FL scat

NOON prior. to Thursday publication. model sold at cost Free phone-in planes. Call 468-1150. 1/29 4tpd 2/19
Minmnms charge is I 15 words for $3.50 credit. For Homes of Merit, Skyline, WANTED TO BUY: Old Piano upright or '
"men 15 cents for each word thereafter. Fleetwood A Liberty, Only at Uncle grand. Doesn't have to be perfect but MATIIEWS: REALTY 1

Roy'.. Ocala.' 351.8511.2/5 4tchg 2/26 must be rebulldable. No junk. Call
HOMES OF MERIT 24'x52' 3 BR, 2 BA lullkitch.n. 964.5497 after 2.30 p.m. 2/5 2tpd 2/12 HIV.. Madison fTJ i i a

fireplace. Many extras WANTED WHITE STOVE 30.30". Harvest Starke.FL3Z09I./ .
. located In Stark. 20000. Call gold refrigerator smaller size, and ';r" S. USHER
REAL ESTATE 332-2532 after 5 p.m. 1/29 3tpd 2/12 box springs reasonably priced. REALTOR 561-4465
FOR SALE 1976 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 2 BA. Owner 964-4637. 2/5 3tpd 2/19 '\ssoc. llJroldEpp* SC443CICLAWTEV I Tar Union Comfy Realtor

financing. 964.8484. 2/5 tfn WANTED BIRD DOG PUPPY About AREA 10 are lot, owner 496-212& or 496-2903

USED MOBILE HOME good condition, 2 weaning age V.R. Ferguson phone financing.
UNITED REALTY ..-TAIKEs 16408 S.. BR. 2 BA. $3200. Call 431-1050. 3tpd 964.6227.2/5 tfnbf LAWTEV 12Si 2 BR. I BA. 15 aero 2A w. Mate sa.. lake Butler
Walnut. St. 964-8447. Fred SockettBroker. 3/13 plus extra septic tank, S6O.OOO.
John Curt** Associate. 12/18 CH/A. stove.
TFN HOME. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath central heat WANTED: TENOR SAX I would like to refrlg.. microwave oven cilmg fan.
A GREAT BUY-9 acre-beautiful 3 BR. 1 and air, fireplace, excellent condition. purchase at a reasonable price a tenor $90 to S36.OOO.
bath ham. Separata workshop cor. Small equity refinance. Call 964-8093. sax for my son In the Middle School W ER A EAt Only IO% down. .coMft.ETl1Y ECORAIED NOM are Lak. Aye"ue. A

port.f_.... septic tanks, 2 well*. 12 8.5 ask for Debbie or 964-6604 after Band. Call Ed Rippling' 91>4.8059.212MISCELLANEOUS Owner finance beautiful brick r.01.Js.opl.ce. GreSE k cisI$6 .Wollc.,fowII: 1% blocks to
iis MM included. 40O ft. Hwy 100 fray 6.00 p.m. 2/5 tfn v.nr.3 BR. 2 BA. formal dining living -
United Realty of Stork. lour.. $-. fit..wca.g ..vs.Yetbi.RIVER ..
Ham $67.500. MOBILE HOME TO BE MOVED. Capella room with fireptoc Ig. den.
Hwy 301 s.. 964-8447.1115 tfn 13x50 2 BR window air. Good condi 2-car garag
FREE! LAND LIST Owner/Agent IIauidonno tion. $3600. 964-8699. 2/12 ItpdHtO LAWTEV AREA 3 BR. I BA. Of/.... I FRONTAGE glees thi.2 ,... old homo on extra tr..t.Cusbw .

...1_ market value centralnorrkan openZndwooded 14 X 56 ALL AMERICAN MOBILE FREE I year old cocker spanielchowmix. ocr, $39,000.LAKE build trt4Ml c.t..I c.ilieg on I acre overlooking

parcel from south HOME same extras. Assumable FHA Male, black beautiful dog) Ha SUTLER 3 BR. 2 BA. CHI.... and
Florida Will finance. Call S's.,. Fe .row k.gb ....... Coastry ehsospk.r. ownerffa
mortgage or cosh. 964-7810 or had all shots. Very friendly. Call large lot, only $41.500.
8008436888)Icon) ,".39 and 964-7348. Ask for Penny or David. 2/12 473-7572 Anytime. 2/12 1 ItchgSCHOOLS 301 N: 22.5 acre and RSF.. M-M .ucl.g.L&. .. gwkk .....

OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High I Itpd %A. Property front 2 rd*. Price

dry wooded tat*. Mobila home, cabin LOOKING FOR A NEW MHT We hove a reduced $98.000 to $84.000. Has 3 BR.I .115 YEAR OlD OU- ASHsOMED HOMC. Lots of gfofjorbroodfry
OK. Hunting and fishing. 12 X 50 with new .kitchen bath, paneling 2 barn.
BA MH. Ig. pNroesdd IrexjB mmd skrlrbs. Located hi .boY.
monthly. I
jl430w/SO dn.. $63.71 carpet windows, doors etc. PARK oar O cr.
('34) 236457day* ((904 622.2438 Terms available. Call 4681323. 2/12 SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn big buck prox. 153' waterfront with owers __... ...........d. Worthy of --toring. A diamond isII

eve*. 3/12 ttttchg 5/2B_ TFN Drive big truck) D.O.T. certification homo.BROOKER. .. #.

local and national job placement AREA Appro 2371.....

PERSONALSVBAMASTERCAROGet assistance. CorrespondenceResidenttraining. of high rolling land reasonably pda few rnsor_ ............ a ... above 2-sto.y houses and .ppd
for financial
LOST/FOUND Eligible Institution
Your card TO- ail. Guaranteed student loan. sV Rental, Incense Property .. u.... 9e _. c.a ....,.

card. NO ONE Call 1 800.282.8165. UNITED TRUCK with JANE S. USHER .416212: a 496-2t03
ATso new credit mole rd- EDWARDS RD. Approx. 4 aero
DAYI RIWAIDI Two lost dogs: 1
MASTEII. Resident Training: Tampa Realtor
EM. Tear abskms ferry
REFUSED Call 1-518-4593546 bone and one mat walker Call Merrill Florida Icon 87.28 dbl/wide duple plus frame how**
C3377 24 hr.- 2/S 3tpd 2/19 Griff I 9646767. llpd 2/5 Excellent_ Only $69.SOO. _


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I Awards Banquet honors 4 /' Union 'County Ads 'tJ

(from pane 5.\) The dinner was catered by the Middle School and Bradford High

Commerce.She was appointed to the Western Steer Steak House. In School. -
Bradford Historical Society by Starke. An excellent meal of steak The announcement of his selection CARS/TRUCKS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY NOTICE
former and shrimp, followed by cheese was greeted by thunderous ap
Graham in
governor cake.In / RENT/LEASE
1985. She serves on an advisory committee words of Lee Trevino, "Who plause. REPO-im CHIV. CAVALIER Call Shand. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
for the school board, and is could ask for anything more" Humanitarian... Howard at ..96.2101.2/12 2tchg. 2/19 milled to the Union County Times office
involved in the 1913 CHEV. 5.10 PICKUP Call 496-2713. OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACI and in advance
remodeling project In announcing the Humanitarianof In writing paid
for the high school auditorium. She the Year award Ray Norman had Itchg. 2/12 Located In Union County Times unless credit I. already establishedwith
Annual Awards... 1979
is active in the Starke JuniorWoman's this to about the FORD IRONCO 12x38 RVT new building. Call for Information. this office
Club, an organization that Dr. Bernie McFadden. coordinator The role say he has played recipient in assisting: 2/12 point. $3,800. Call 4963433. Itchg. 496-2261. tfn.' THE TIMES STAFP CANNOT BE HELD

makes a substantial contribution to for the Starke Center Santa those who are in serious need of RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
our community.Carolyn Fe Community College came to thepodium CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
financial HELP
help is known to few. During WANTED
and Bobby have two to recognize the SFCC the past several he has hada MOTORCYCLES THE TELEPHONE,
Starke Center Student of the Year. years Classified deadline Is TUESDAY.
children: Cassie, 16. and Jim 10. listening ear constantly the
McFadden called Alan Greg on $60.00 PER HUNDRED PAID for remaillng NOON prior to Thursday publication.
A round of
applause greeted alert for that 1M1 YAMAHA XT2SO dirt street bike.Good .
searching or or
Carolyn as she came forward to Rogers to the front, and told the who need financial person shape. $550. Call 4963882. letters from home! Send self- Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50
persons addressed for In then 15 cents for each word thereafter
receive the award. assembly that Rogers is a 1965 assistance.Even though he is unableto 1 Itchg. 2/12 stamped envelope
formation/application. Associates,
honors graduate of Bradford High
School, where he displayed his well provide assistance from his own INSURANCEMAINES Box 95.B. Roselle, NJ. 07203. 1/15
Chuck McKeown, executive direc- rounded personality by rising to limited resources since he works fora lOtpd. 3/19 REAL ESTATE
tor of the salary he gets busy making plans TRUCK DRIVER NEEDED local deliveries.
Bradford County
leadership in the Jr. ROTC,and was and INSURANCE ACENCYi 25 E.
preparations to help needy per. Chafleur's license, warehouse experience
Economic Development Corporationwas voted "most intellectual" in his sons who come to his attention. He Main Street lake Butler' 4963978.. looding unloading required. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO-
and introduced by Jack members Eckdahl. graduating class. has learned one of the best sources Complete Insurance S.rvlc.10. tin Exc.llent benefit, packog. Apply In PERTYT If I don't have It, I'll find It. Just
spoke briefly to and Alan
won two scholarships to for raising money, is to sell home person at Lake Butler Apparel. Itchg. ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
guests. McKeown expressed his SFCC. including a board of trustees cooked meals. He plans the menu MOBILE HOMES 2/12 496-2126 or 496-2903 eves. "YOUR
pleasure in being associated with academic scholarship for being in prepares ante cooks the meals andthen WAREHOUSE PERSON NEEDED Experience UNION COUNTY. REALTOR tfn
Bradford County and its people, and the top 10 percent of his class.He has
asks all who will general warehouse shipp
to please buy a HOME bedroom 1
IJ'x is' MOIILI Two
said have the attitude.
"they right been
an outstanding fulltime studentat ing and Need be .
receiving. to responsible / HOMES
plate, to help defray bills buy
1/2 bath central h.at and air. Must
McKeown said the county has all the the Starke
SFCC. with
Center a dependable and rellabl. Excellent
credentials for and he looks medicines or pay other expenses of ... to appreciate. $6,000. Call .
growth, current GPA of 3.79. With the exception the benefit' package. Apply In person
forward to being part of that movement of two B's in history, Allan is a needy of person.In his latest 496-0071. 12/4 tfn/chg. LIKE RENT. at Lake Butler Apparel lake GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
one highly successful $250 DOWN-BALANCI .
straight-A student He to Butler. Itchg. 2/12 repair). Delinquent tax property.Repossessions.
benefits, he sold 550 dinners Owner financed. See Sid at Miller Auto
Call 1(805)687-6000.( )
graduate with his Associate of Arts SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS needed to teach
After Dinner... degree in June. at $3 per plate, to help pay for treat. Sales Main Street 4963715. Itpd. 2,2 Inmates In area prisons Minimum requirements Ext. GH-1136. for current repo list.
1985 FLEETWOOD 14'x64'< Two bedroom,
ment and for
hospital care a
Ja...k Eckdahl, former left handed This laudable record was achieved He also young 2 both.Central h.at and air.Call for In standard high school HOUSE ON ONE ACRE OF LAND Three
cancer patient. stages an an-
for while diploma or GED and 4 full timework bedroom 1 bath. Call 496-3/13. Itchg.
the Florida years
quarterback full
Gators working time at nual benefit drive for the Easter formation. .".2591. after 3 p.m.
introduced the speaker Red Mtt- McDonalds/ where he has been promoted Seal Fund. tfh/chg. 2/5 experience. Rate of$70 dally. For LAKE BUTLER AREA 3 BR 2 BA. CH8A
chum as a former Gator and to swing manager. This individual is modest and additional information contact Dr. John Large lot, only $"1.500. Mathews Realty .
member of the Hall of Fame A Alan is taking courses in daytime, reluctant to take credit very for what he ,- _ fc > -> Davis at Lake City Community Collegeat 964-4469.. 2/5tfn
752-1822 ext. 215 or 272. l Itpd. 2/12
speaker renowned far and wide for in addition to attending classes 3 FLORILANDREALTY
does. When commended
his wit and down-to-earth humor. nights each week. He is active in his plimented for his efforts he simply rJ:] OPERATORS Apply at Micheal MACHINE Mfg. 110S. FOR SALE

Mitchum sprinkled his jokes with church and currently serves as replies "I enjoy helping people, andit < I..J3 Main Street. High Spring. 4543930.
sage observations.Red president of the usher board. Alan is really the people of Starke who BRASS BED Queen size complete, orthopedic -
Mitchum took the mike and hopes to get an ROTC scholarship to deserve ther credit. I couldn't do it 964-7700 REALTOR FOR RENT mattress set and frame. New
regaled his listeners for a half houror Mercer University, in Macon Ga., without their cooperation and sup 393 N. Temple Av. never used still In plastic. Cost $1.000
more, with funny stories some including school of theology. port." Vernle P. Odom Brok.r-GRI sell for $345. cash Call (9044625153..)

bits about long times lege.Alan plans to enter themilitaryservice "Man looketh on the outward appearance -- -- OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACI PIANO FOR SALE Wanted responsibleparty
friends, Drew and Dolph Reddish. as a chaplain, where he will) and God looketh on the 'located In Union County Times Building to take over small monthly
Some stories were rakish and daring have an opportunity to serve God heart. What person has a larger INVESTMENT PROPERTY Real flexible at 150 West Main. Call ..496-2261 for payments on spinet-con.ole piano. Con
but handled with good taste. He and man, as a minister. heart filled with love and compas with qualified buyer. more information tin be seen locally. Please Include your
said Baptists couldn't make jokes The person who nominated Alan sion, and unselfish service to thosein FISHING IN BACKYARD 2/2 Brick. CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished phone numbers and write to CREDIT
about Methodists, or Catholics about for the award, said be is an accomplished need and sets great example for CH/A. 3 plus acres. all electric central heat and MANAGER Box 8547, Ft. Myers, Fl.
Jews, but each could joke about people speaker,and speaks frequently all of us to follow,than the person we PRICE LOWERED Middleburg area. air, private paved road laundry and 33908.2/12 2tchg. 2/19
within their own faiths, which he in his church.During the Dr. honor here tonight, for the 3/2, '/> acre In country. park playground. Near schools, hasp., THREE COWS On.2 years old. Two-6
'facilities. PINES SR 121 Lake months old. Call 496-3644.. 2/12
Bedrooms state east Itchg.
termed "inside jokes. Martin Luther King Day -1. ACRE CITY 2/1 (
humanitarian award, said Nor-
Butler. Call 4962366. Two children TWO HORSE STOCK TRAILER Call
In a serious vein, Mitchum expressed observence. Jan. 18. Alan gave an man. n.w) stove, refrlg., near ..chool.12 .. .
his appreciation to the outstanding reading of Dr. "I X 70 MOBILE HOME plus small max., and no pets chg/tfn 11/13 "96.2713.tchg. 2/12
King's Norman was speaking of ClarenceLee HOUSE FOR RENT Two bedroom one .__ ____._ _____ ___
had X 115' u
Dream" 100'
University of Florida, which extended a speech, before hun- manager of the Handywaystore cottage lot xi. bath. Completely renovated carpet
a football scholarship to him. UF dreds of listeners. The nominator, on East Madison St., across SAMPTON LAKE CH/A 3 BR stove, refrigerator' $200 per month. LAND FOR SALE
raised his sights beyond his who did not give her name, said "I from the Starke power plant. mobile home, ''> acre shady lot 20' X First last plus security. Call ..496-2995
Alabama home town and broadened feel Alan is a fine example or model Clarence Lee, 42, is a native of 10' screened firth metal storage'bldg. after 6 p.m. 1/22 4tpd. 2/12
financed Low
his horizons. for the youth of today more Bradford County, the son of Herman .. carparch attached, w/d CO's CHECK US OUTI Clean rental 1 TO 3 ACRE LOTS Owner
Mitchum Jives in Ocala, and especially the black youth. He has and Rose Lee. He is single, and liveson hookup "wtior finance. homes tailored to your pay schedule. down payment. Call 4963939. tfn/chg.
travels extensively making some 50 supported Bradford County well." the same place where he was LOTS IN CITY Ojiierly Estates, PINES SR12I. |just south of SR100 In 1/29
talks each year. lie was well received The Selection Committee agreed born. Clarence attended Bradford Grafiom. Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg. 5.2 ACRES with well septic tank power
and roundly applauded.In with this anonymous letter writer, -IN CITY 17' acres, jwner finance. 1/22 pole and small barn. Completely fenc-
and awarded the college student of See Page lit LARGE LOT-WITH HOOKUPS for single or .d. Call ...96.36..4tchg.. 2/12
Passing... the year award to Alan Rogers.Alan's doublewide mobile home Near Wor- B Acres near Providence with power
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School Board member thington Springs. S65 per month. Call pole and septic tank. Call Thomas Nettles

Hall made arrangements for Rodney use of parents, George and I David Lawson Paint & Body Shop 496-218S, after 5:30 p.m. tfn/chg. 2/12 at 496-3681: 2/12Itchg. 3/5
the facility with Co!. Karl Swindull. Genevieve Rogers move! from New ,
The armory is a beautiful building, York where Alan was born, to Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR large last. Call yard.4962149.$200 per Itchg.month 2/12
with a dining room capable of Hampton nine years ago, to care for LOVELY FOUR BEDROOM 1 BATH
seating 500 people. The floor is imported !Mrs. Rogers' mother. Alan attended I 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133"H COUNTRY FRAME HOME with double

Italian marble. Hampton Elementary. Bradford garage, large yard near Worthington
Springs. $250 a month. Call 4963022.

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controls Lawn-Garden-Nursery 10-6 Sun. Starke


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A good balanced MM mulur* is atsantial tar plant
growth good blooms and resistance to b.w Sort PH yjBHHEEI
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crease the use dotomrl or granularlimestone
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your county agent Forget Our Keystone Store !

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R 319 359 199 I lb. lb.

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Pansy's S t Fresh Cut Fresh Sliced r

Petunia . . 6 pk -700 9 ea. t FryerQtrs i SmokedPicnics e


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2 Yr. old plants in 2 Gal. a Seedless

cans... 3 ft tall
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Reg. Extra Fancy Delicious Fresh Valencia
499 Grapes

9.99 . While They last ''gt; g..t;
.. oranges..10tor
I I Apples . . . lb. $129-

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Organic Peat. . . I lb. bag. . . 199

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'I Azalea'sN7S Flowering and iSrioyy White? Calif.Broccoli. White

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1 Popular Varieties 3 Gal./ Size Cauliflower : d Grapes

:$ ,;s) 1 99 3"llerew 499 599- 990 S $129Ib.

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no .
Loses Everything believed to have been started by a valid drivers license; presented t ..
kerosene heater left burning in the valid license, ordered to -, I/ .
In Fire $10 -
of Their HomeFire living room.. Another report states court costs. pay t ----- f

swept through a mobile home the faulty fire wall was electrical caused by a James E. Rochelle pled guilty ---............ ....
in Brooker around switch. driving while license
4:10: a.m. Feb. 5. suspended --
Eddie and Kathy Thomas and their Fire units from Brooker, Hamp-- (DWLS); sentenced to ten days In --...
children were left homeless with only ton,New River and QR-10 responded jail, fined $101.25.
the clothes they were wearing. to the early morning fire. Michael G Brownlee charged with .
According to Mrs.Thomas she and Traffic Court driving under influence (DUD, pled II
the children were awaken by smokeso guilty to wilful-wanton reckless driving !
heavy they couldn't breath. She Feb. 3 FinalsThe ; placed on six months court pro- ]
managed to get herself and the two following individuals bation, fined $362, must attend DWI .
appeared school.
out of the trailer before the
ceiling collapsed. before Judge George H. Kenneth L Kennedy, Jr charged ill
The Pierce in Bradford County Traffic with DWLS: produced valid license, I _. ;
Telegraph has
received con- Criminal Court Feb. 3, their cases ordered to pay $50 court costs.
flicting reports of the cause of the received final disposition. Bill M Haney pled guilty DUI;fin-
ed $625, license suspended five
e years,attend DWI schoool,one year
%. 1 '. .0 e Salvation Army probation, 50 hours
community work, ten days in jail on 1 n4 : i 1
weekends. f

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Kenneth Gregory Morgan pled no
contest trespass placed on six mon- .
N i i ths court probation.j must violate no
laws, no alcohol and pay 101.25
court costs.
Robert Earl Simmons pled guilty
The tax changes for 1987 the disorderly conduct ordered to pay
are $50 court costs, 60 days court probation
most sweeping in history. We .
know you're concerned, and we'll Lillian Gross pled guilty retail oJ
answer your questions. This year H&R BLOCK theft; placed on 60 days court proba-
H&R Block tion. Mobile Home Fire...
put on your side.
PEOPLE Lake Butler Fire Chief Jerry Howell pulls the sidesof contents.
WHERE MORE AMERICANS FIND A BIGGER REFUND. the kitchen area of the mobile home In the Pines
Damage was estimated at 2.800 for the home and
Home Park in Lake Butler so that the smoke
will clear $2,000 for the contents. The fire Is believed to have
964 N. Temple Avenue Keystone Shops The home burned late started when a burner on the stove was left on. No one
Monday morning and was
(Across from Courthouse) (Across from Terwillegar Motors was Injured.
) estimated us approximately a half loss to building and
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11 I Obituaries '

Curd of ThanksThe ol Valley Strca NY a brother, Gene Union .
; Primitive
Baptist Church wont W. 'Tollr.
Mackey of Mildred Stephens of Keystone Heights; Born in New York CilNY on July -
Wright Family would like to children. Key West; live grand- \'Il'I',1II of the US Army and had .... sister, \gnoH l.i'ZoUi: ol Oimond 17, I8H5! Mrs Clinslollcis. moved
Mrs Mildred" Hi!>, olBrookor
retired Stephens
I loin the truck
thank cvciybody involved with thehelp driving Beach; IwogramdcluldrenandIhreegreatgrandchildren.( lo Keystone !Heights in IH4I) IronsLynbrook
& assistance provided (duringour Funeral Services were conducted IUISIIIOSH duo to ill hf.illh died Friday, Fell it, I lilt? at \ ; Long Island/ NY. Mrs.
home God Wednesday, Jan. 28, 191(7( in the Survivors include his wile' Sharon her home. :
recent lire. May Bless Memorial services will he held id ChriMolfers, was a member of
you all Dickerson fo'utIl'I'ulllomc with Rev t'lirltnn; one daughter, Mrs. Joy Burn in AIlcllUa.trll.! Stephens 2.1)0: ) p.m. I in Trinity Episcopal Keystone Heights Community
Mr. & MI's. Donald Wright,Jr. Burial Mike Rice ol Lexington ollicl..tinu.. I'l.ml ; Ihreu sons, Barry, Daniel and moved to Brooker In 1957. She was a ('IIum'l'Ii 1011 Friday, Feb 13, with Rev Church; American Legion Post 5(1( ,
was in Pine Grov Cemetery 1\1.lftlll'w 1 1 Carlton; mother und htep- member 01 First United Methodist Fieil V'eikes, conducting the services Starke, member ot American
HIt'lHll1arris MackeyMr. in ConcordCard. I lullll'l" Ruby mill James Newsoin Church of Alachua and a Burial will follow) at a later Legion over 60 years; Daughters( ol

Glenn Harris Mackey, 60, resident all ul l.awley; I'IVI'I-oi"\'I'H.\ M.irjorioMohley homein.iker date in Klitim; Cemetery in Melrose American !teviliul ion; Order ol
ol Lewis County died Sunday of ThanksWe : of Cluell.inil' KL. Mrs. Nan- Sin ivors include a daughter, Barbara under the flirc'clilllllll.Jolll'K Funeral Eastern Star; the Chairman ol
Jan 25 11)87.) nelle\ I Ilughesof/: Melrose, Mrs r Sadie Jane Leiuh ol Brooks; a Home ol' Keystone Heights. Keyslone Heighls' I hrst Garden
wish to thank each and sister
Mr. Mackey was a long-time resident Simmons of Gainesville, Mrs Kobarts oli.unesville In lieu ol lowers( family requests Club; past president ol Woman's
ot Lawtey und Starke. He had everyone for the love shown to us C.iroKn/ Homos ot Uiulev. 11I1111\11'11. ( three grandchildren: donations to t the Trinity 'Kpisotpal Club; past president ol the Com-
kind ami lour .
been living with his sister in Lewis through your concern your !\la'y'il'c'l'n ol Sl.uko; three graingraudrhdllrn.Gravesule words and deeds your many lirolliors, Monroe, William "Uill", K'I'vit'l'HH'I'l' held 01 the Transient" / Fund lor over 20
where he moved in Nov
County 1986 thoughts, the gifts of blood the food, and !\Ia.halJ, Carlton, all ol L.iwtey Monday Fell. 9, nt NewnansvilleCemetery years; Chairman ot Welfare, City ol
due to his illness. Mr.
Mackey was a Hh'ha..I.'amt'sIul'phy;
flowers and especially Al.ie-lm.i with
your prayers Funeral services in Kcv
wore conducted Keystone! Heights, for 22 years'' ;
:(1, year veteran ol the Navy seeing during the illness and death of our Tu'sll"fo''b.. 10) I in the Union1'1'llI1lliv Lewis II. Leigh coiiiliifliiiK the services Mr Richard James Murphy 52, of Founder ol Keystone I Heights P.T.A.
.t'l'vll'c in WWII Korean Conflict father, Marklee Alvarez, (' Baptist Church with Johns'im-ll.iyoH I fo'Ulll'rulllon1l'' Smoke' died Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1987! (PFA) ; Named' outstanding l C'lhenol
and Vietnam. His
Irom various many!service decorationsI'angl'd and'ictm'y God bless each and everyone Elders; David, Craw lord. amid I Harry ol CSaniesvilli was in charge ol fir- al residence lollou'ing an extended Keystone (Heights m 1475, Was the
J\lartlm.I\.y, Kathy ttiookorollicMlniK. Burial lollouedin l I'll n ('n1l'IIIN. illness. second woman lo join the U.S. Naval
medals to those ol
\ com men-
(he Oval Cemetery with Archie Burn in Taunlon !Mass., on March Coast Guard Jt'Sl'I'fo'ol'ce on April
dations.Survivors include two daughters Ttinnei' Kiiiieuil; Home of Sl.irke in Virginia II, Tolles 17. I'M4! Mr. Murphy moved l to 18, 1917. She designed/ the uniloim
Ellen Jones of Winston-Salem, NC Martin Henry Carlton dl.II'gl'i ul'I'lIl1gc'lIwnlli. Mrs Virginia H. Tolles HK, ol SI.like (Inee\eiirsiino ,Irom. Delmil worn by women m the Navy Reserve
!"!<' waS a Disabled Veteran ol the I
and Gleniia Endal of Annapolis Mr. Martin Henry Carlton 4(5( of iainesvillu rli,1Iollday.! fo'l'h.1., Korean War with the U.S. Force
IH7!! in Alachua General Hospital in Army. Funeral, services lor Mrs. :
MD a son, Tom Mackey of Jackson- Lawtey died Saturday t
; moiinng ('ill I'd Thanks Sun ivors include his wile. Lillian
Christotfvrs will be held'
Ci.iinesville l at ::1:1111
lolloxvinn a hriel illness : p m.
Mile Beach; l live sisters, Mildredfo'lindl'I's 'eb,7, l)87at!) his home lollou an :\1.11'gdrel Murphy.
extended illness.A Our h'III'II'1I thanks to nil who ex- Barn in Mulligan on October, in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel on 'l'hursday -
and Olive Foster ofVllncebul'g '
leniloil i-oinloiliiiK sympathy| unit IHUH! Mrs Tolles moved t IIiaIIlC'b'llIe Funeral set vices will be 'held at a Feb. 12, with Kov Thom P.
native of
; Lorene Rice of Wimauma, FL, Mr later" dale/ under the direction ol
help in our lecent sorrow. For the ( 12 >e.irs ago Irom I'U..tOlCOlllluchllo( the servues'
Tollesboro Jeanette Miller of Carlton lived most of Ins life in Jones" fo'lIIll'l'IIllIome ol Staike.intrude .
lieautilul service, :Melrose where ,she Burial will hi' in Heights
Lawtey lie t Moral ol formes, lived lor :33ve.ns Kejstone!
Bethel. OH I and Mary Ruth Schmitt was a member ol the'
aunt other kindnesses vie "are deeply Mr.'I ell." was a member ol ( Cemetery under" the di 'rcton i ol
I-\l'a'l'lul.' 'rnnijly/ Episcopal Church inMi'lruse M.ChristoffersMis Jones Funeral Home ol Kcv,si one
A sei-i.d| 'Hi,inks, lor| (;iianaslor a I'l.tin'cl'l'glbh'I''dlllll'he.\ : intrude M. Christollers, 91, Heights '
)5, : his k1111 ItIC'.S., AI'i hie Tanner Funeral. Miilmt/ ol' Judge/ Claremont I I. Tolles.who ol Kov., I Heights died Saturday, I In lieu ol (lowers lannl) 1..IIU..t| .
) 'Vea, home lot helping (he laiinly uilhin .lel',11II 11)74.SIIIA Feh 7. 1"117 in Veterans. Administration donations in lie I American Caneei'
..J/ ." ( 'h kindness' VVinn Dixie awl Son- ivors' include daughter, liuv. ;Nursing Home Care Center inC Society ""Ihe North Central. 1111'101.1
: m's B.H-lIIIII' all. the loud (I'l.nk, nl Siiiillibuiv. ('N'. son. Fie- ;,nurse' ilh' lolliiviinga I long ,illness' Hospice, Program
7 dod; 1 Mess' each ol you.'I'helantily41l .
A'n' nualY'ield' I :\1.11'111I I ) ('al'llol1

Rate News BriefsMan I

In Memory
with traffic charges of driving while Stolen Vehicle
CompoundedMonthly Frank H. Box ArrestedFor license suspended and improper tag,

1'utie will tot'USI' Ill(' BatteryAn according to Patrolman Ray Located in HamptonA

loni'lincxs/ / and soffne'.ss/ Starke Shuford. 1984 Dodge Omni, stolen in
oJC''I'.I' 18-year-old man was arrested Total bond at he
was set $1,202.50,
passing clCI.Your/ after police were called to Georgia, was located Feb 8 in
released his
'" ; was on own
Bradford Hampton,according to Deputy Doug
Hospital to investigation a
: 6.90'O Miimoiyivc's/ / on within my stabbing. recognizance. York.

r4;, 'uea'r, ht'dit Your1"I'l'/ isalw'awx James Lee Martin had been takento Juvenile Escapes There were no arrests in the grand
jJI I / near inc. Even the emergency room with cuts theft said York. The vehicle, stolen
/though/ / /I .\-oii (lc'pu/'ll'c1lhis life and stab wounds on the right upper Stop Camp, CapturedA from St. George, Ga., was impounded -
and middle of the back for Charleston County
arm accor- juvenile confined at the
Yie'ld. 10 Feh J 1. 1977. 1
\'I'ars (>
KO: authorities.
Annual ding to Sgt. W. C. Reno. Alligator Creek Stop Camp escaped
will/ CIW'illis.'i/ / \oii/ Following a search for the described Saturday night, Feb. 7, according to
WiEIItic''ll./; / : Son David subject, Joseph Beard, 18, of Deputy Doug York. Recent ArrestsIn
Starke was arrested and charged The inmate was apprehended 30 Bradford
Rate with aggravated battery, accordingto minutes after he escaped in the area CountyThe
Sgt. Reno. He was also charged of the prison, near SR-16 and CR-225. following arrests were made

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Amelia Marie Kuck, 22, was arrested -
IL 1 Feb. 5 for retail theft accor-

: : m PLEASE SEE OUR AD IN THE THURSDAY ding Bond to was Patrolman set at$210.Michael She was Spears.released -
::3: (:(tear' TIMES UNION FOR MORE GIFT IDEASI( ? on her own recognizance..

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\ nua'l ( RT ja;(; WE HAVE was Jeanie arrested Marie Feb.Burton 4 for 25 violation, of Starke of

An' Yie'ld / probation, contempt (a charge of
driving while intoxicated)
THRT PERFECT GIFT ding to Investigator David Aderhold '
6.80'O Bond was set at$200 she was released -
Rate on her own recognizance. !

) Compounded -.. ...., .,. ..... I ,_.FEB. 12th., HRWEDNESDAY... FEB. 18th. Traffic
Howard William Arroway, 24, was
Monthly arrested Feb. 7 for driving while
license suspendedDWLS( ), f
F'2 according -
BACARDI 75 y PROOF to Trooper D. C Roberts. He

::2l.e'\ .t ; PUERTO('AN TA was bond was released posted.after a $210 surety

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: : rum Dale R. George, 19, of Starke was
6 85600Annual AMBER LONDON DISTILLIiD ;l 1rvv ,IIa arrested Feb. 8 for no valid drivers
Yield DRY GIN 4 ro license, according to Patrolman Ray
& ), Shuford. Bond was set at $210, he
R,1('1RDI SILVER T5AML. 49 was released on his own
25,4 t. recognizance.

Rate % LITER 33.801. Two ArrestedFor
0# CASE OF 12 anfptogluiIt
CompoundedMonthly 6 65 *799 95.00 09INM1txSTllltnTlllt DIYGI StealingA

.... Starke woman is charged with
_'. breaking into a Lawtey home on two

different days and taking guns. A
I Starke man is charged with dealing
'it"!: '( : : in stolen property for his Involve.
:(' 'ea.j; : ment in the incident.

.;1"" .. % .?nlnJ, _. Diana Marie Smith 26, of Starke
u '
tNt : : was arrested Feb. 10 and charged
6.644 with two counts of burglary and
Annual Yield CANADIANMAJESTY grand theft, according to Lt. Glen
S aa Moore and Deputy Doug York. Also
arrested was Robert Olin Fulgham,
Rate "' ;: 30, and charged with dealing in
1" "II"-
% VODKA stolen property, said Moore.
5.999j ..tJit., ; Smithallegedly broke into the Hig-
CompoundedMonthly 6 A5 LITER
CASE ? ginbotham home in Lawtey taking a
59. c..r If.iG'F.f j shotgun rifle with one a day scope and and entering a pump the

: If.A"..-a.-.-. -! 6 99 83.002 home the second time and taking
another gun. The guns were sold in
the Reno area, according to Lt.
: :ttlnu"aOlyniell'hd6.432: Moore.
.. Fulgham was released after a
% $f,000 surety bond was posted. Smith
remains in custody awaiting first appearance -
sAVrt on the second charge.
600t' Bond was set at$1,000 on one chargeof
burglary and grand theft.

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Florida State Museum ----------t FIIP Drug Arrests "The major factor in this Drug related arrests were also up
Hosts Fair p Special! Carpet Cleaning dramatic rise"according to Colonel 14 percent to 2,818,while cash seized
Animal i i Up During 1986 Bobby R. Burkett Patrol Director, for 1986 increased to$2,300,259,up 12
"Come talk to the animals"at the The Florida Highway Patrol has "was the increase in the traffickingof percent. Colonel Burkett also noted
Florida State Museum Animal Fair I released annual figures on its drug cocaine which accounted for that the Patrol files legal pro-
Saturday, February 14 from 10 a.m. o. :995: room I Interdiction program for 1986. $107,442,903 of the total; up 160 per- ceedings for forfeiture of all monies
to 4 ( per cent." seized the Patrol in
p.m. 2 minimum I During the third year of operation by drug traffick
The Museum is located on .Io. room troopers seized$111.764,990 In illegal Marijuana showed an 81 percent ing cases.During 1986,$625,528 was
Museum Road at the University of steam or shampoo I drugs.This represents a 74 percent reduction, but still accounted for awarded to the State by the various
We Move The Furniture"I
Florida In Gainesville. increase over 1985 figures. $4,302,562. courts.Hallmark .
Celebrate Valentines Day with Sr. Citizen & Military Discounts I
animal lovers statewide who gatherto I I
display more than 40 furry,scaley 7F
and feathery friends. See elegant Special: Sofa & Chair $29.95 I
show cats a wild horse a beehive,a
baby alligator and much more. Warranty:Customer satisfac I
Visit the Baby Animal Nursery to lion money-back: guarantee.
, touch chicks and puppies while Professional service with a I
snake handlers demonstrate how to personal touch. Christian
hold a boa and python.Free tropical. r oriented company. II
fish will be given away. I I
The Animal Fair is free and open = I sr
to the public. 964-4485 I DIY
For more information call

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Awardsfrom I I I J i1 I I, !
( page HA) 1 Rite-Way Carpet Cleaning Co. I
County schools and Is currently
working on his GED which he expects )
to receive within a few weeks. It's Time To Fertilire Cards
His hobbies are fishing and atten-
ding to a "few pigs"he keeps on the
home place on Griffis Loop. Best Results are enjoyed when theo and Gifts sure to pleasethe

BUS Student Award... Fertilizer is applied in March + v

Charles"Chuck"Coburn was call
ed to the front of the hall to receive love!
the BHS Student of the Year award. one you
Have Us Do
$ 50
Superintendent Jim Duncan extolled
the virtures of this outstan- 1 43 Assorted
50% Off
ding young man who will be 18 on
March 20, and will graduate from It FOr YOU per bag ValentInesAll
school in June.
high Coburn is an honors student,main Spreading Fee Only All Hallmark School
taining a 3.5 or better grade CALL 964-5745 Get on Our
average He is president of both Na- Spreading Schedule (metro area) Plaques
tional Honors Society and the
Historical leadership qualities.An Society. demonstrating Spreading Service Available for In Stock $175 &

athlete Chuck is a 3 year
2 GroTone Premium Plant Foods
member of the high school wrestlingteam Assortment of
and a 4 year member of the GROTONE PELLETS -
weight lifting team.
Chuck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Our most popular premium fertilizer for & TeachersValentine ,., yy
Larry Coburn, moved from Miami, lawns shrubs flowers 10-4-7
vegetables ,
where Chuck was born, to Bradford THE
County, about 13 years ago. Mr. formula with primaries, vital secondaries !
Coburn is employed in a Jackson- -organics&chelated Iron. Gifts OFFICE
ville sheet-metal fabricating firm. i
They the area have,Carmella two daughters Johnson living and Car-in Bag 5,000 Sq.Ft. .. .. ... . Only 1099 I U y' Sheaffer Ladies'I' SHOP

rie Warren. now.coil st.
Since school activities and church IF WEEDS ARE A PROBLEM ... ASK ABOUT Pens
work take up the most of his time, 964-5764
Chuck has few other hobbies; GROTONE WEEK & FEED All Colors
however,he does have a special girl, Starke.Fla.
Kathy Ackridge, according to his with case f

mother.Chuck plans to attend the Starke LORIDA LAWN-GARDEN $1395 :-
Center of the Santa Fe Community REST ter'
College for the next two then & NURSERY CENTER
go to the University of Florida for ONTROL
his bachelors degree. He will then cM rcun. 539 E. Call St. Starke
enter seminary school, studying Open 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Call 9745745j
theology,in preparation for enteringthe
ministry. j Complete Professional Post Control Sorvlcos -

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Cargill, Inc., Paramount Poultry has recently made some

drastic changes in the contract they offer their growers. the quality and

Even though consumer prices has risen from $.49 to over

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

lb. in 6 years. We are paid approximately 31/2 per lb. This at

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, TEAL L : .',, _

have large farm mortgages ranging'from $25,00 to $250,000.The TILE i I ;4M

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 v r.

poultry business before you invest any money. CARPE _

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Bradford County Arthur Gaskins 782-3727 I

Baker County Peggy Harvey 259-2533 I

James Crews 284-9659
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Nassau County Michael E. Elliott 879-3337

266-4708. 131 N. Cherry Street Starke
Duval County Larin Cone 964-7423

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