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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Food-Lion Chainconsidering ,

Give Blood Today...?

The bloodmobile from the Civitan
Regional Blood Center In
Gainesville is scheduled to be In Starkeby
Starke today (Thursday, Feb. 19).
The bloodmobile will be at the '
Division of Surplus Property on 4.
US-301: south from 9-10 a.m. and at Buster Rahn centers, in communities of 44,000.
the Chamber of Commerce from 1. BCT Staff Writer Food Lion has selected 9 sites in
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10:15: a.m. until 5:15: p.m. I; ii'd I r r4A"t p' The Starke area is under con- Jacksonville, with 4 stores under
.ar sideration for a Food Lion grocery construction. Each store will have
Skin Cancer
store, Mac Mozingo, in charge of 25,000 sq. ft. under roof, and employ I
Screenings Offered... real estate acquisition for Food Lion 40-50 persons.

Stores, headquartered in Salisbury, Storie says Food Lion emphasizes
Free skin cancer screenings will N.C., told The Telegraph Tuesday, low prices, with the secret being In
be offered 2-7 Feb.
20
Friday
p.m. Feb. 17.Food. its
ability to and
in the new Bradford Hospital.Dr. purchase
Lion has made
a marketing warehouse tremendous quantities of
Charles Stoer who
survey of the Starke area,said Moz- merchandise.A .
specializes in skin cancer surgery
ingo.
712,000 sq. ft. warehouse is
and and cosmetic der-
general Spencer Storie, vice-president for under construction 2.5 miles south of
matologic surgery will perform the Planning and Development, said Green Cove Springs, to service I
skin .
screenings.To Food Lion started with a single storein stores within a 150 mile radius.
schedule an appointment, con- 1957, and has grown to 388 Beginning with 200 employees In- I
tact Martha Epps at BH, phone
facilities along the eastern itially,Food Lion expects the facility
964-6000. The screening is sponsored seaboard, with $2.4 billion in-
gross to be enlarged to 1,500,000sq. ft. and
by Bradford Hospital? and come in 198S. Storie says Food Lion employ 500 persons when all stores
Alachua General
Cancer
Hospital's usually coos into small "hnnningChrysler become operational.port .
and Oncology '
program. n' 1l \ A

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Call-In Program... 4Getting Closes Doors

A morning call-in service to 'l ,, u..It.f.. ,

assist offered senior by citizens the Starke who Police are aloneis :. .... ,, \ I

Jimmy Department Bowen., according to Chief : \ :: >''u'IJ r'rue Will Honor Warrantiesby

To become involved in the program
a citizen is asked to register Buster Rahn a full scale dealer, Philbrick
with the Police Department, then BCT Staff Writer said he had not seen the results of a
call in before 10 a.m. each day. Last Friday afternoon and Satur- but Chrysler thinks it can;
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will day, Feb. 13 and 14,all new and used otherwise, it would not be looking for
check on those citizens who have r cars were removed from the North someone to go into business there.
not called in. If there is no answer, air Florida Chrysler Plymouth and Rumors were rampant concerning
a police officer will visit the ts Dodge facility on US-301S just southof the closing of the dealership, with
residence. the Starke city limits. several persons saying "I knew it
Chief Bowen reminds the public All parts, accessories, tools and would fold weeks ago." However, no
that the service is available. furniture were also removed from local person wished be quoted.
the building.
Warranty Work...
Square Dancing...
Phone calls to the listed number of Philbrick said any Chrysler product

The Plus-Foxes dance every Some Kicks... Pat Dorvin, president of the cor- owner who requires warranty
Tuesday night at 8 p.m. at the poration, who lives in Gainesville work should contact the nearest
Kingsley Lake Civic Center.A Leslie Folsom, 7. gels his face painted by Lottie Cole at the BUS band were not answered. dealer, and suggested either
new square dance class is set booth. The painted faces were a big hit with the kids at the first annual Russ Pbilbrick, customer rela- Gainesville or Green Cove Springs
to begin March 5, Thursday night Family Fun Festival which attracted hundreds Saturday In the SFCC tions manager for Chrysler Corp. in dealers.
In the'o Jd Civil l>*fehut.ttc, .. parking In ownt'J'"n (S-irl'C/ Orlando; ald *'Mi Dorvin' advised "Chrysler-will honor all warranties -
fairgrounds. Classes will run City Recreation Director Cheryl Godwin, front center below leads an' us that he was going out. of business, to which Chrysler Corp. is committed
7:30-8:30: : p.m. Caller is Ken Perez. exercise group which meets morning and night. Edna Wainwright, keep- and has done so." said Philbrick.The t
Ing up with the youngsters, was quite a hit. From left Vernon Barber, Philbrick:said "We are looking fora Dealer Representative may
Class of 1982... Cheryl GodwIn Dorothy Salazar. In rear: Casandra Kiser, and Betty new dealer to go into business be reached at 1-305-352-7402, in
A meeting is set at 7 Mon- Pennington. Not shown: Nedra Loftls. Edna Wainwright, Charles Cunn there. We need representation in the Orlando. Philbrick suggests each I
p.m.
ingham.It area, and we intend to have a dealerin Chrysler owner with problems, attempt -
day, Feb. 23, in the board room of
the SFCC Starke Center to plan the Just took a balloon and some popcorn to occupy Tommy Hall,3,son of Starke." to resolve his problems with a j
first reunion of the BHS Class of Mrs. Travy Hall, Starke. s k When asked if a marketing survey local dealer, but if not satisfied, call
See B-sectlon for more on the Fun Festival.A indicated the Starke area could sup- him.
1982.For I
more information, phone
964-4434 or 9645367.Bluegrass .

Festival... Clay Rule Excludes 32 BC Students from KH Schools I

Lawtey Elementary is sponsoringa -

bluegrass festival set Saturday, By Anne SponholtzBCT final recommendation, allows any Bradford KHHS. Nine students live within two-miles of Day of Reckoning Here...
March 7.Principal. Special Writer student currently enrolled and residing two- uie school,58 live beyond the two-miles and 12
Buddy Paterson says 32 Bradford students now attending crowded miles from either Keystone Heights High are children of teachers, who are allowed to Clay School Board Member John Thrasher
he already has 6 good bluegrass Keystone Elementary will not be allowedto School or Keystone Heights Elementary attend. said that the day of reckoning has come and
bands signed up. Dinner, smokedor attend there for the 87-88 term under a new School to attend the schools during the 1987-88 the Clay Board could no longer be responsibleto
fried mullet, hot dogs, and hamburgers rule passed 4-1 by the Clay School Board at its school year. Students not currently enrolledat Year to Year Decision... Bradford students."I .
begins at 4 p.m. The Feb. 12 meeting, which could be the beginningof this time may not attend, unless a sibling is Although the Clay board said its intent is to
music starts at 5:30: p.m. and will an eventual phaseout of all Bradford enrolled. continue the agreement voted at the Feb.12 ran for School Board in Clay County. 1didn't
last until 11:30 or so. students attending KH High and KH elemen- Bradford students living beyond two-miles meeting, it also stressed that this agreementwill run for the School Board in Bradford
Proceeds will be used to rebuildthe tary schools from the elementary school will not be allow be reviewed year to year. County. My obligation and responsibility is
ballfield and playground, Pater- In spite of emotional appeals from four ed to attend KHES during the 1987-88 school "These agreements are only yearly for the children in Clay County. My respon-
son says. Bradford parents from the Keystone Heightsarea year. Bradford stunts living beyond two- agreements," Supt. Wiggins said. Stressing siblity to the care of Bradford County
miles from the high .bchool and who students is limited. That's the law. We must
are cur-
one from the Kingsley Lake area and that it is only a year to year agreement she
1-75 Artifacts... Bradford school board members, the Clay rently enrolled at KHHS or have a sibling currently stated later during the meeting that after next assure we can provide the best education to
See artifacts uncovered during board voted 4-1 to withdraw the KHES attendance enrolled in the high school may attend, school year a new agreement would have to the people in this county. We're going to haveto
area back to the old two-mile limit, under an amendment sponsored by Clay be drawn up and at that time the present separate from taking care of each other
construction of of 1-75 330
a strip and take of The of reckon-
care our own. day
school board Chairman Jack Eckdahl, who
which out 32 Bradford students for agreement would "really not be worth the
feet wide and 35 miles long the squeezes "
,
a ing is here Thrasher said.
pointed out there is no space problem at KHS. ,
Florida State Museum on Museum the 1987-88 school year. paper it's written on.
Road, University of Florida, KHES, with over 800 students, Is over This agreement would exclude approx-
Gainesville. crowded. Clay officials say there is no room imately 32 students from KHES who are Bush Blasts Mobile Homes..
Learn about early Florida in- for additional portables.The presently enrolled in that school. There are Bradford Must Agree Too...
dianB, their lifestyle and environ- Bradford board will be asked to ap- approximately 65 Bradford students atten- Because this is a joint agreement betweenthe School Board Member George Bush said he
ment, only at the Florida State prove the new Clay rule. ding KHES, 27 living within two-miles of the two counties, Bradford County School had been told by many people that the
Museum, through Feb. 22. school, 32 living beyond two-miles and six are Board will have to vote on the agreement families living in Bradford County had bought
No New BC Kids Allowed... children of teachers.Approximately before it is in force.The Clay School Board at- their homes there because houses were

Seniors to Meet... The decision, based on Supt. Ann Wiggins' 79 Bradford students attend torney will be drawing up the legal agreement cheaper and taxes lower.
based on the board's decision. "If they (Bradford County parents) were
The Bradford Chapter of the According to Clay School Board Attorney paying taxes, we'd be obligated to serve
AARP is set to meet at 1 p.m. today Frank Scruby, should Bradford County not them. I made sure I bought my house in Clay
(Thursday, Feb. 19) in the County," Bush said adding, "I've driven the
sign the agreement, no agreement would ex
Senior Citizens Center behind the ]BC School Board Wants ist and students would attend their respective back roads in Clay County around Keystone. 1couldn't
courthouse.Mrs. county schools. even find a place to discharge my
T.F. Mixon, local represen- pistol because of the mobile homes.You drive
tative of the AARP income tax into Keystone and you're driving behind a

assistance program, is scheduled to Door Both Boards Discuss Issues... mobile home, and zoning gives no relief."
and Open Policy'with Clay
a
present program answer Clay Chairman Jack Eckdahl said during
The is invited. to Students.
questions. public the lengthy debate that began at 8:55p.m.and Impact Clay ..
resolution asking for an open door policy KH schools may continue to attend. Any lasted until nearly 11 p.m.: "I feel partially to Clay County Deputy Superintendent Jim
Upcoming... for attending Bradford and Clay schools Is being Bradford students currently attending KH blame for the extension (beyond the two- Sowell explained to board members that the
-The Bloodmobile from the drawn up by the Bradford School Board at High may continue to attend. miles). I came to Bradford County after a impact of Bradford students attending
Civitan Regional Blood Center in the suggestion of Chairman Rodney Hall. Supt. Duncan suggested the resolution to. proposition from the then superintendent that Keystone schools could mean larger class
Gainesville will be In Starke today Beseiged with phone calls asking where continue the current open door policy for unless Clay County stopped picking and sizes, which the Clay board could compensatefor
(Thursday, Feb. 19)) from 9-10 a.m. Bradford students In the Keystone Heightsarea Bradford and Clay students in the areas of he'd not allow any students to be by the use of teachers' aides.
at the Division of Surplus Propertyon will be allowed to attend school, and Highland. Kingsley Lake and Keystone release to Clay County. I did it (voted to increase "Subsequent to the December report we
US-301S and from 10:15 a.m. until when something will be settled Chairman Heights to attend either county's schools and the attendance zone beyond two- have made staff allocations for the entire
5IS p.m. at the Chamber of Hall asked and got approval Monday night, for Clay students to attend the Bradford- miles) to protect the students in the two-mile county. We've counted every room, closet,
Commerce at Madison and Walnuts Feb. 16, from the Bradford School Board for Union Vocational-Technical Center in Starke. limit." etc. in the county. We are 10-15 classrooms
Streets. the resolution. The Clay ruling is upsetting the lives of Speaking on behalf of the Bradford County short which will necessitate the. use of aidesteachers'
'The Bradford County zoning Attorney Johnny Hobbs is writing the Bradford residents Hall said. People are try School Board Board Member Len Schlof man ( aides). If we stay inside the two-
board is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues- resolution. The board was set to meet in Ing to sell their homes to move to Clay, others said he did not see the elimination of Bradford miles we can go to the aides program (at
day, Feb. 24, in the Starke city hall. special session Feb. 18 to adopt it. want to move to Bradford. But nobody knows students In the Keystone schools, especially KHES), and we can reduce the number of
The City of Starke zoning boardIs Is what to do while this is all up in the air, Hall the elementary, as a solution to the over rooms needed from two to zero."
"It know
imperative that we Jet people "If we allow all the Bradford County
added."I crowding.
set to meet at 7 Thursday, "
Feb. 26, in city hall.p.m. where they are to go to school next year, was totally unhappy" with the ruling of "What about the years the children were students presently enrolled to attend we
The Bradford County Commis- Hall said. the Clay School Board, said Chairman Hall. asked to come?" SchJofmaa asked, referringto would be using additional aides and
sion is set to meet at 9:30: a.m. Supt.Jim Duncan said 32 Bradford students While he respects the right of the Clay School the time when the high school first opened classrooms," SoweD said as the board was
Silver Lake in Seminole
Monday March 2, in the county living on l Ridge near Board to make decisions affecting Clay and Clay County was in need of additional contemplating its decision.
Melrose and Little Lake
Santa Fe will be
courthouse on N. Temple Ave. in on schools, the Bradford School Board "...has to students. "Even if you move to the two-miles, Assistant Superintendent for Secondary
Starke. excluded from attending Clay schools at KH do what Is best for Bradford County." have a problem.The school is stiJI go Education Ben Wortham told school board
under a rule adopted Feb. 12 by the Clay members that if the board decided to
The City Commission of Lawtey With the one year limit of the Clay contract lilttot at capacity. remove
School Board. (Editor's note: See adjoining those students within the two-mile limit "we
School Board
proposal, students don't know where they'llbe point Clay County ,
Is set to meet at 7:30: p.m. Monday,
article
that for of the
on explanation "
meeting
could back out of the aide
Member Martha Maxwell asked Schlofman
March 2, in city hall. going to school the next pointed out program.
'The Board of Governors of the Clay rule.) Board Member Cobby Wainwright.Citing "How would you address \those) growth problems
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- "I don't know how we can convince the Clay Chapter 230, Florida Statutes Supt. Where Is the Two-Miles?...
merce ts set to meet at 12:15 p.m. County School Board those students should go Duncan said It Is part of the responsibility of a "I'd remove the portables and add 00," be Clay County School Board Member Martha
Thursday, March 5, in the SFCC to school there (In Keystone Heights) said school board to cooperate with adjoining replied. Maxwell asked to see the map that would
Starke Center board room. Supt.Jim Duncan,who added he doesn't' want counties. where would you get the money" locate the parameters of the two-miles from
The City Commission of Brookeris to run the risk of having all the Bradford Board Member Len Schlof man suggested to Mr*. Maxwell asked. the schools. No map was available and KHES
set to meet Tuesday, March 10, residents within two miles of KH schools banned Chairman Hall that the Bradford board...go "That's a good question." Schlofman said. Principal Hubert White was asked to explain
at 7:30 p.m. from attending there. Currently the Clay along with you. You live in that district," Schlofman also asked the Clay Board. "If, how it was determined how far a student lived
The City Commission of Hampton School Board has ruled that Bradford meaning the Bradford voting district from you move 22 Bradford County students out from the school.
is set to meet Tuesday, March students within a two mile radius of Keystone which Bradford students have been attending tomorrow and 22 Clay County students movein .
10, at 7 p.m. Elementary' and who are currently attending KH schools. what are you going to do?" See Clay Rule... PJA.Ir..4 )




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Mayor Seeks Pay Raises for Fire Chief, 3 Department Heads


by Buster Rahn his downtown jewelry store. city utilize buildings,rather than man of the city Zoning Committee, an employee is resigning from the from Orien Wells Chevrolet/ Co.
BCT SUrf WriterIn Williams owns and operates two sell them.Since a decision isn't man-, reported a vacancy existed in the ci- Recreation Department, and the The bids were:
an unexpected move,coming at jewelry stores In town, and is a long datory at this time, the council tabled ty zoning board,allowing a 3-3 tic, in postion will be filled by a part time Orien Wells Chevrolet Co., $9,510
the end of a regularly scheduled time resident of Starke. The council disposition of the houses until a recent decision by that body. employee for the time being. Terwillegar Motors, Inc. Ford)

Starke council meeting, Tues., Feb. approved the report by Chief Bowen, later. Councilman Charles Schaefer 9935.
17, Mayor Vernon Silcox asked the and Williams can now Implement his As a matter of information, Ms. Biggs nominated Warney Atkinson reported that Utilities SupervisorBill
city council to consider pay raises plans for a pawn shop. Day told the council that pending to serve the unexpired term of Weldon asked for approval to Final Reading...
for three department heads and the legislation concerning sales taxes attorney Johnny Hobbs, who had enter into an intercity agreementwith City Attorney Terence Brown
fire chief. Grants Report.. will jeopardize benefits of the Enterprise resigned several months ago. Biggs Key West, similar to 17 other made a final reading of two ordinances
Mayor Silcox did not call for a Grant coordinator Linda Day Zone to businesses and individuals told the council two other zoning agreements the city has with energy passed by the city:
vote,but said he would either make presented two resolutions her office in the area, and asked the board members are serving beyond producing municipalities. The council The first prohibits minors, defin-
the motion,or support a motion,at a had prepared, for the city to con mayor to write a letter to the their term expiration dates, and he concurred with the request. ed as under 18 years of age, from
later meeting.The sider. legislative delegation deploring any will have recommendations to fill Clerk Neil Tucker reported on a pool halls, except in the city Recrea
recommendations were: Both resolutions dealt with the obtaining action detrimental to the program. those position at a later meeting. recommendation by the Bond lion Department and in Bowling

Jerry Wadsworth, purchasing of tax credits by corporations Trustees to purchase a meter truck Alleys.
agent, $2,000.Dwayne making donations,either to the for the Electric Department After The second extends Clay Video'snonexclusive '
Other Actions...
Police
Computer... additional -
the recomendation franchise for an
reviewing two bids -
Hardy, fire chief, 1000. city, or to the Economic Develop-
Merrill Dees, maintenance ment Corporation. The passing of Chief Bowen told the council he Councilman Jimmy Crosby said was to purchase a Chevrolet IS years.

supintendent, 1000. the resolutions will cost the city had investigated a number of com- .
Bill Weldon, utilities supt.,1000. nothing, but it may encourage additional puter Installations,and was ready to
Mayor Silcox pointed out that the donations, said Day. make a recommendation to the
salary increases are in the budget Ms.Day also presented two letters council for purchase of both hard- Phone rental service.
and approver by the council will not from G.K. Ely, local builder, stating ware and software. ,
require an amendment to that docu that he and his wife, Diane Ely, are The purchase of a computer for
ment. Mayor Silcox said "each of willing to accept $43,000 for the two the Police Department was anticipated Do
the employees are handling additional parcels of land across the street some months ago and yourself a good turn.
work loads, and we need to from city hall, even though the two $7,500 placed in the budget.
recognize the excellent jobs being parcels were appraised for a total of Chief Bowen told the council that
done by them." $48,000 by grant supported ap all police departments will go to a
The council tabled the request,but praisers.The state-wide standard reporting 4
agreed it will be an agenda item at letters further stated the Elys system Jan. 1, 1988, and the computer ,
the next regular meeting, March 3. will donate a total of $5,000 from the is required to meet reporting '
sale of the lots to the Downtown specifications.The .
Trust Fund. cost of the recommendedmain /
Redevelopment
Pawn Shop Approved.., The city accepted the proposals as frame and progran is $13,936.
Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen told outlined in the two letters. The council voted to amend the
the council he had run a backgroundcheck Ms. Day told the council that proceeds budget to cover the additional cost. / '
on Charney Williams,and had from the sale of the two houseson
found nothing detrimental to the Ely property will decrease Atkinson Named...
preclude his opening a pawn shop in grant funds, and recommended, Councilman Bobby Biggs, chair-




I Sluchak, Patel Top SE SpellersBy


Mark Friedlin
BCT Staff Writer
Candy Sluchak is the new Spelling w
Bee for Starke Elemen-
tary Champion

Candy spelled "naillike" then
spelled "renounce" slowly and cor-
rectly to take the crown. t. { ..., .

The runner-up in the Spelling Bee
at Starke Elementary was Smita
Patel. Smita and Candy went right
down to the wire and will both repre-
sent their school at the county-wide
Spelling Bee to be held Wednesday
March 11 at the Bradford School
Board conference room. \ r .
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The judges at the Starke Elemen- .... e O
tary spelling bee included Community t. J .. -..

State Bank Vice-President Ray ... .." 1 f'"
Norman, Bradford School Board "
Member Evelyn Chastain and
,
Bradford County Commissioner .;-.. ....
Jimmie Scott.

Phyllis Rother, gifted student Spelling-Bee Winner... Runner-up... '
teacher, pronounced the words in a Candy Sluchak Is the first place Smita Patel Is the at the'St ..
runner-up J
clear and voice each Vt *
even student
could understand their so words'as winner In the apelUngat Starke r r Elementary; Spelling Bee. .ID j !l L t T j

they took their turns in the competition. Elementary,, ..

David Stegall, Allen Luther, Gloria pable" and "acrylic".
Beckham, Tamara Ellerson and The next word was "naillike", a That means:
Competitors; in'the school-wide Crystal Greer. real challenge because it is a word
Spelling Bee had been chosen when that obviously isn't in common use You won't have to concern yourself with service because we have a
they won their individual class com- The big moment came after all of for elementary school students (or terrific team to serve you.
petition.The the competitors had been adults) and Smita spelled it incor- .
You won't have about broken because
to well take
students in the Bee all worry parts
were
elimana, on words like "senile""doorjam" rectly, leaving out one of the L's.
fine spellers and included: Jeffery "plausible", "rouge,1and I Candy then spelled "naillike"correctly care of parts and labor.:
Evans Jeremy Hildebrand, Michael "MMa ircia ,and there were just for her first chance to win and You can bring the phone to us and well fix it free or well come to
Rodriguez, Jim Spears, Darrin left after rounds. made the best of
two competitors spelling the next .
Young Quincy Graham, Joe Felton, Both competitors were nervous word "renounce" correctly to take you for a nominal charge. (Some phone rental packages include
Alyson Dugdale, Dorothy Craven, and both missed two words "tap- first place. a visit to your home or business at no additional charge.)

You won't lose sleep over the cost because renting a phone costs

H just pennies a day.

Public Invited to BEA Legislative DinnerThe You'll enjoy a worry-free alternative to owning your own phone.

Phone Rental. For service as good as it sounds.
public is invited to attend the Featured Guests... Rich Layer, director of governmental
Bradford Education Association's relations for the Florida
Chuck Mckeown, executive direc-
annual Legislative Awareness DIn- tor of the Bradford County Education Association/United, will
ner a17 Thursday,Feb.26, Economic Development Corporation discuss the education reform move- ,
in the Fellowship Hall of the First ment, career achievement program '
will discuss the relationship ,,. ,
and other FEA/United
United Methodist Church at Walnut between economic growth and local legislative: CENTEL
and Jackson Streets in Starke. schools. proposals. ''
The public is encouraged to at-
Also featured will be state Senator
The event Is designed to providethe tend. Call Bradford Education
Hollingsworth, D-Lake City,
Wayne Association at 964-5283 for tickets $5 cCentel Where connect
latest information regarding and state Rep. Chance Irving, 1987 people
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each.
economic growth, professionaliza- R-Orange Park, and Rep. George
tion of teaching and quality instruc- Crady, 5-Yulee. The legislators will
tion, and an overview of the 1987 present an overview of the 1987
legislative session as it relates to legislative session on public educa-
Bradford County Schools, and tion in Bradford County.
citizens.

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Clay Rulel .. ,


(from Page 1A) its passage. 0 ai a -
distance Principal Only dissenting vote came from a s
"We travel the ,
White explained. "The parent.. Clay Board Member Martha Max-, I 1 1,
well stood firm her convic-
travel." who on a
us the nearest route of
gives tion regarding the Impact out of 1 0

BC Chairman Speaks Out .;. "county students could have on the a
education of Clay students, not only
"We're the other side of 'this
schools but
at the Keystone ,
agreement. I asked at Blanding throughout Clay County. 0a
(special joint school board meeting)

for a joint task force..It's turned into BC Parents Upset... .
a unilateral discussion and we're
not part of the agreement," said' ,,' Following the meeting, a'group of
Bradford County School" Board BradfordCounty parents, whose a
Chairman Rodney Hall from the children will be excluded by the new
back of the packed room. Keystone school boundaries, were
Bradford Supt. Jim Duncan asked visibly upset oVer the outcome as
for clarification of Supt. Wiggins they fathered outside the school
recommendation regarding students board meeting room.
"They're to protect the influential .---- --------------.-------- --------------------- ----------------------- ------------------------
who would be attending KHHS. trying Si- II
Supt. Wiggins explained that all people' said Bradford s : S ; SI

ed Bradford at the high students school currently and their enroll-siblings who parent live Tom two-miles Davis referring from the schools.to those : Nugget Dinner : 3 pc. Dinner 9 pc. Value Pack ISPc. Bucket ;


could new attend ones.,but" ,"we're. ,"'not' accepting CC'Chairman Gives ReacJifoa. i :.6 Kentucky Nuggets : $2.79 $8.49 $8.99
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'. Chairman Jack Eckdahl said on i $2 29 ; Get 3 pieces of the Colonel's Original Get 9 pieces Of of the Colonel's Original i ia
CC Brd. Calls for Vote... Friday, following the meeting, that u Recipe* or Extra Crispy Chicken.Reclpe" Chicken or Extra Crispy- ; Get 15! pieces of" the Colonel's Original a

Clay Board Member George Bush tt.was by no means an easy decision, eel 6 Kentucky Nuggets mashed potato mashed potatoes and gravy cole slaw Chicken large mashed potatoes large ; RecIpe or Exits Crispy'* Chicken aa
moved to accept Supt. Wiggins'recommendatioflL. to make. w' and gravy. cole slaw and 1 biscuit ; and 1 biscuit with this coupon a gravy large salad and .4 buttermilk a Coupon good only |0> combination sa
"This was a coiaproiflUe position. a white/daik orders and may not be used aa
Coupon may not be used r lor combination a biscuits with this coupon a aa
Board Member John -Thrasher We went back to where we were with any other special often Limit' 4 per r Coupon good only a Coupon good only for combination a with any other special otters aa
which three ago and took it a step r white dark orders and may not be a h Lend one Customer
years
themotion passed ;
seconded Customer, alt applicable u per coupon pays
coupon pays h white/dark orders and not be used hr
may
It and not allow- used with other special offers Limit
4-1. Chairman Eckdahl and Vice further by altering a sales tax r any s ad applicable sale 'lax
Chairman Jean Varga joined Bush ing any new students to attend," h 4 per coupon. Customer pays all applicable a with any other special offers. Customer
and Thrasher by voting in favor of Chairman Eckdahl raid i i sales taxCoupon, pays all applicable sales tax S a

I Coupon Expires 3/08/87 Expires 3/06/87 Coupon Expires jmant S Coupon Expires 3/08)87 ;

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Bradford School Board Cuts Second Administrative Position in 2 YearsAnother


county-wide school administrative coordinator of exceptional programs ministrative line-up with aD po i- .....lfjinnl: Register. pointed out that school food service
position has been cut currently! held by veteran ttons reporting direct)?uSIQLJInDDuocaD. Dumctar .4 CDn RIIftImI". BttrnieChinfles Coordinator of data collection/ and is a million dollar 'per year)
making two in the pasttwo years, in administrator Carl Clark who is ti9silkfier computer services.Dr.Steve Miller.!: business.
the 191)7-88) position chart approved retiring. Clark has 25 years of ex- Supt.Duncan said be will give the DIIahIIr of SbI6n serefees? Principals of the district's 7
Monday night, Feb. 16, by the Brad- perence in Bradford County and 39 school board names to fio: with tie FtamoK.Duratibr Coordinator of instructional support schools, not included in the 10, are
ford school board. In education. Duties of the coordinator positions by March L d vtrat&aaaJl adtifl,.and %. Myrna Lou Hurse. also on the administrative chart and
Deleted from the staffing chart of exceptional programs will Other county-wide xdnnniDtratme motor dhnedtw./ SOiliwfl B+ruwm.TiwvwMr Coordinator of school food service, report directly to the superintendent
last: year was a vo-tech center coordinator be folded in with the director of stu- positions and those currently an she .JT |ii-... "i. 1 Dolores Morgan. Supt. Duncan ,
position.School dent services. ,
board members lobbied for The title of assisstant superintendent -
Supt.Jim Duncan to cut another administrative has been eliminated. Current .
position from the county Asst. Supt. Dewey McKinney has .y, t'e.l Il r"rim fG7'L f:.:
office as attrition allows,and the been assigned to be director of per- Y >
move was made possible by the sonnel, management and employee
retiring of veteran administrator relations, some of the duties he has
Carl Clark. previously carried out.
Supt. Duncan says he is willing to S
reduce the adminstration because of The title of director of businesshas
the needs at the school level,such as been eliminated. Mike Reddish : .
the need for more guidance the current director of business,has : 1T
counselors and speech therapistsand been reassigned to be the director of
reducing the pupil-teacher ratio. purchasing,warehouse and distribu-
Duncan also says if more ad- tion services with an office in the
ministrative positions are cut, that Operations Center.
some services will have to be aban- Current Finance Officer Jean
doned. ChittY will be in charge of thedistrict
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Changes in the new chart are: office's financial operations.
Elimination of the position of The new chart is.a single. line ad- i "! ,

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Evenings after 5 p.m. Brooker Smarties..
These students at Breaker. EtomaUry Sdml nwOr sari AT MB Julia Robinson and Matthugh Crosby; second graders Amanda Miller
All Work Done to Customer Satisfaction! weir report cards for we wo+d an wmktsvOnterrraA. mA Matthew Jordan and first graders Jessica Wright and Jennifer I
From left .. right: fiteth crater*...... imMier> Bra :Mamm and tere.ers.Joeee .
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IIIi1DD & Terwillegar Motors I Heritage Program Set by Whispering Pines I
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by Boater Rate The feature is being handled as an Whispering Pines personnel request
I dtse: ...1riIIrr adjunct of the Activities Depart family members to participate in
BEST BUYS IN FLORIDA A new program Co relate! ment,under the supervision of Jan- the program by getting the residentto
hsgy atoll citaJUfowidl! evcnClOenffiape ,, sine Astra director of activities. remember scenes and conversations
a4lMI fngesua,.- far The program is free to residentsand from times past.
jieninnts aorf ti&tur Sanities la being families making possible the Ms. Astra is a graduate of the
1987 Ranger4x4 uBenHI *y WftmpKnng Pines Cone capture of picture and sound of the University of Ohio,with a bachelors
1987 F-150 3.90/0 sJI resident telling about events of the degree in psychology.She has extensive
-... Paotgra L-tpI1Pridas- past!!* and recording family history, experience in working with pa-
117 W.B., 300 6 Supercabs .sygimesmey flair soutaics to relate before it is lost to posterity.A tients having Alzheimer's disease.
Interest Former director of activities Julie
studio-like room is being
atoll cltaAJ&wtfaite
gmaisalhsi' ; evessial.
Cyl., E.F.I. & 302 E.F.I. 4x2 & 4x4 I theme:......44..1 em si.li.-iaene. prepared for the program and Thompson is moving out of the area.
Custom & XLT's In orCash
V-6, 5 Speed, Auto

Stock! Back! O/Drive Pierce Elected by 1 Vote in Brooker

Mustang LX & GT GItunpe >Ptarce" worn a tww-yeair Fierce received 36 votes and turned out for the single race elec
seat am tftae KinwtbHr cty commission BnnkJey Tucker 35,votes according tion.
Six to Choose From !toy ome woe on an eUKtmra! Tuesday to City Clerk Linda Robinson. Pierce is a former fire chief and a
fffeto.E7. 71 of Brooker 133 registered voters former councilman at Brooker.lGmAstaifcvcdlfinding .
I f Low Interest and Cash!!

, --"" GT Convertibles ((3)) -fla ii snakes evergreen berries would destroy their venom.They stopped believing
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SPORTS & IMPORTS
4 Dr. Red/White. . '1.995I
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j I 1985 911 Targa . *33,495 1=111 1 Thunderbird Due to the increasing -

I r 1987 Cliev !ROC ;::1:1:;::;? One Owner . . 2.435

f!, Z-28, 350 V.8 . '16,995 ::1 1j1% 1981 Mercury Lynx consumption of

1986 Pontiac ;;1 11{ Station Wagon . . 1.935

Trans Am . . *13,495 .jjr1 1981 Plymouth TC-3 poultry and with the

' 1986 Pontiac Fiero i" Gas Saver . . 1.S35
1 SE 6 Cyl . . '9,495 1980 '
11111 Chrysler rapid population growthin
1983 BMW 5331 t1 LeBaron . . . 2,435
4 Dr., 6 Cyl. , . '15,995 tM:; 1978 Caddilac
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J Auto, A/C , '9,995 r 1j1 1j: 1981 Mustang

J I 1976 Mercedes 3000 ..;::.:::.:::.:::: 2 Dr. . . . .. '2.435 broiler operation is

Auto., w/Sunroof . *6,995 tjt 1978 Lincoln
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1984 LTDStation }:::: TRUCKS -

Wagon . '5,895 m 1986 Chev. C-10 search for new housesfor

.1984 Crown Victoria x....;i1.;.>. Silverado . . '10,295

\i Black . . . '7,195 s:::::: 1986 Bronco contract

' 1984 Crown Victoria .1. Full Size . . . 16,495 growers.For .

! White-Blue . . '8,295 : 1985 Ford

t 1984 LTD Sedan l j 1 Ranger . . . *5.335

l 4 Door .. .. . '5,595 sf=:.;.... 1984 Ford Ranger . '4.390 Further
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1983 Escort .off: 1978 F-350 Crew

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Writer to Pan Starke :-



On a scale of one to ten.Start*was ghren woods i by ex art atlladed. :.+k
a near zero in a book entitled "Petals streets.and a few,... later
Plucked from Smmy Clime"published la first' ast. eob'a cfca ;Ft,
1880 by the Southern Methodist Publishing ...r'.Ie aas a,
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'II1Be-bane is ,
author. sgg1g ,
House,Abbie M. Brooks
wr ped ibdf a.vraddrart
4 ti l l'l't' In spite of her bad review claw'straggling J8II Ck7 d pi...d Ibe
young city Ms.Brooks grudgingly admitted
that Starke was "a place of some Another rat':!arrival Stark rrt

importance, containing a lumber mill lateltatwsI16asmwbaaaae ,it1
turpentine distillery and several stores ihi leaf sad sett led at :t sinaa
besides boarding bouses." M large drpeati.eeperat
miUamifleaatbdbteealnv.t txr
But on the whole.Ms.Brooks got a bad fanners market "today._ 1I
impression of Starke due to Ole that Mr. Temple, a weailby ri.
"disagreeable sounds" that kept her time., -..-t OaR of tH Starft..:,
.Wb.: awake nights.
sad
baa of Clay.wfIida be bo x
"What a multitude of disagreeable about 2S cents aa saw.Temptewasdeetmeda..
sounds break in upon our morning -
slumbers in these plank habitations."she =
wrote. (Editor's note: No definition was area that the rarlrood gave ...;..;
given of'a plank habitation',but perhaps it permit to use a IIuaY '
$200 RJBWRDfor/ derived from the wooden store fronts,and wheels halt to roe the rails. p;
Information leading to arrest the plank sidewalks of that period.) mill this to commote betweea Start san :

"The cats which have been vigorous ia _
1 their serenading during the night, now TaIqJIe.a.t bent pe hus.ber ..
and conviction of person'or persons responsible for vandalism prepare to quit the field by final contest days tar stand-f* per ftiaaa tail fee ; si t
** "original pace were so s
which Dinah interrupts with the broom uuhlutaflow
that bea bis
{ in Santa Fe Cemetery or any other cemetery In Bradford County. piled Ms. Brooks in the continued.yard so quietly"The pigs during that the lay baaDe.tree esilaw die traok wonU worker spa. :

,. night, are calling for their rations while
the chickens have been cackling a chorus Temple was rated as a weatnrttosedsys. Cdr.
(Reward offered by Santa Fe Cemetery Association and Crosby Lake Cemetery in advance of the supplies which they win .bat died poor daeti

Association. Contact Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish, 964-6280.) furnish for hungry visitors. fires that......bis BiD aad c -n-p b

Santa Fe Pass Never apparently did dinner pots require twice and WUKaoH fets fine ___
such a vast amount of scraping. destroyed.;
Then the old coffee mill sounds like a tea pees-1edas GiII II by... ':ctaonert
DwelopmentHearings:: ...
horsepower flouring mill. These little innovations
etJiTORiA1S saw be bad tied
our morning are soon as
nap
upon
ground,witb bate.it.for tfaep .grs
HeldA forgotten after we have eaten our
breakfast,and witnessed what a beautiful alerting the sesgbbwbaod to coq r-

day is before us." Temple was a good and enn

*** donating fcapber sot a sate far tfc s.c;
Cemeteries Should Be Respected decision on whether or not the wouldbe JldhcIdI dIIIrda b.ikangasof. .
developed of Santa Fe Pass will be Admittedly. Starke wasn't much of a .,....'" f-J_1IndIer.CMrIsfor -**?&
forced to remove 5,018 cubic feet of fill dirt town in those days, having Just passed the'try.. W"-. rea ,,
: Not VandalizedThe from wetlands on the west side of Santa Fe through a period of"Reconstruction"that Nick Bagenaaa. a firmer fen r: .
Lake should be reached within the next 60 was almost as hard on the South as the Temple's ".claimed.be_' : 1
to 90 days.At Civil War.which it followed. once when he...>seriously O.bi ZjXStf
early settlers of Bradford County representative of a past age of history a three-day hearing before Circuit In an interview given to Tbe Telegraphover Charles to come sad pray for I -

selected their cemetery sites with care. and folk arty were toppled and broken Judge Stephen Mickle in Gainesville last 60 years ago, the late "Uncle Bob" Among other. iateiestais facts

And well they should, for they would be beyond repair. week, Alachua County defended its ordinance Haislop, who came here from Kentuckywith byearl.JsdIIenP-dr.-a

"the last resting place" of those who And for what purpose? Perhaps the requiring a special use permit for his parents 1881. recalled that Call of the Florida Advocate a m. ,1Railroads
developments in wetland
areas.
Attorneys
loved and They usually
were respected.
beer strewn the ground around
cans on Charles Siemans and Susan Connely,
set-
knoll in a peaceful
chose a sandy the graves were the answer. Perhaps an representing the county, argued that the
and
ting well shaded by oaks pines even stronger incentive to disregard all PUD (Planned Unit Development)

gJ" Iia trees. the rules acceptable human behavior presented by the Pass developers to the
county provided for permits to be obtained
in different daya isolated is -w.:. .
But that was a played a part. This spot the county said, although fill dirt was stars.W -
time when custom tradition and reportedly a frequent gathering place placed in the welands areas without per- -
religious beliefs made cemeteries for "parties" centering around alcohol mits. ;;,;

hallowed ground not to be disturbed or and drugs.It The development, which calls for construction ,

degraded by disrespectful or demean- is hard to understand how anyone in of a restaurant, 50 rental cabins, L.
marina and boat facilities is
docking ,
ing behavior.This opposed ;
his or her right mind could derive by members of the Santa Fe Lake r e
attitude of reverence has pleasure from the senseless destructionof Dwellers Association.

generally prevailed down through the the property of others, unless under After last week's hearing, Harold Hill, of Freezes
ages among peoples of an nations even the influence of some such substance. association president tt said he was op- Warned Farmers
to consider "savages"in timistic that the Alachua County ordinance
those
we are apt
enforcement officers have step- Street still
Law was "gooa hog-rootra ground"in
with our supposed would be upheld in court.A Telegraph=
"superior"comparison* civilization and culture. ped up their survellience of cemetery decision by Judge Mickle is expected those days. The first Ide.... ..-, sued b ..
sites m the countyso far without within the next 60 to 90 days after hearing The first motion pictures (movies) seen neci: local dDd.s wuoraKSM :-.;.
But respect for the dead like many disclosing any tangible evidence. It is a closing statements by attorneys for the in Starke were brought here by"traveling installed ia lam Ia that *s.;
.Ii other values of our "modern society"has difficult job, at best, and one that requires county and the developers.In people"who stretched a sheet ba eeu two> eoc ---ed----' sr?r
deteriorated badly in our per- cooperation and informationfrom trees to use as a screen Uncle Bob salt bicycle owners to iastal Ii "
addition to county permits, the
missive wben the rule too often in order to the They also brought the first and f arid*a wanaaf' wbea c 4.:-a
age the public provide developers must also obtain permits from "graphophones" (phonographs and stood than feet. ..
seems to be, "do your own thing" no necessary leads to detect such cases of DER, DNR, the Corps of Engineers, and on the street corners amusing the crowds Ie a pedestnza.Ia
matter what rights of others are vandalism under the cover of night. A the Suwannee River Water Management by playing hollow, cylinder-shaped lap local eaerhada. ... ..
District. records through a horn. "You bad to to start dosing then stores e
violated. $100 reward for information has been offered put *"
The fight over the controversial develop- tubes in your ears to bear the thing" he Tbe petition slated: Tf _
Such instance was the rampant by the Santa Fe Cemetery wortmenseed fav.rssb..n '
an added.
ment has been going on since the first fill)
vandalism at Santa Fe Cemetery near Association. Anyone who can and will dirt was placed at the site in 197778. stare clerk. Be toils 15.. 1C, Jr.:

Hampton Lake where at least forty provide a valid clue, leading to arrests water-oak Mr. Haislop trees were also hauled remembers in from when the work Under 12.the" new plan of da

grave-markers many of them m this instance, is encouraged to do so.

_. Rotary Will Observe

_=- Washington Was Right 50th AnniversaryNext Forestry in Bradford County I Lt


EE WednesdayThe Water and Paper Mills 11ra+uMcH'; j'. on tcr ..r:
In His Warnings fbout Saving

50th Anniversary of the Starke Water-too much too little of it-il
or pulp and paperesl2fwthee industry which
1t Rotary Club will be observed Wednesday, .=
? often discussed in Bradford County. This to f mmfBff fftf*"**
Our Nation From Feb. 25, with a special program at theclub's area has many lakes, ponds and swamps state.
regular meeting at the Econo for an abundance of water most of the
Lodge. year especially right now! With one of the While this cuuntiy has as '- -
'Real Despotism'George District Governor William L. Jennings, wettest winters on record the soils have water resource, si is
Jr..will be a special guest on this occasion, become quite saturated. I often recall an dtizeas and feabaly aae rend .
and will represent Rotary International in expression that tells the story about the importance of the
extending congratulations to the Starke weather: "Bradford County its either our pennon water sofmaimaming -
Club in joining the ranks of Rotary's flooded or on fire" die pity d tka.

free country," Washington said, 50-year clubs. Water and timber are partners, so to rescinze.f .
was "observed" inspire caution in Those en Starke Rotary was an outgrowth of the speak. The slash pine which composes
Monday (not to its administration, to confine old Business Men's Club which spearheaded most of Bradford County's pine timber
which is within their respective con- civic projects here in the 1930s.: The new grows in very wet areas.Tbe abundance ; LettersReader z-:
in the Rotary chapter was sponsored by the water is one reason for the pbenominal
significant spheres, avoiding exer- Gainesville Rotary Club, and was organized timber growth in this area. Only 11% of
freshman of the powers of one department, to in February 1937 with 20 charter 1987 is past,but we have 14%of the annual
McCain of Arizo upon the powers of another. members. Today, the membership has expected rainfall-wefl ahead of schedule
spirit of encroachment tends to con- grown to over 60. Water is also necessary after the timberis Calk Failure iuF'
Elected to the
the powers of all departments Ladies Night harvested. Most of the timber from Ibis
Washington's whatever the area is used in pulp and paper processing to Rezone for Conval eJov
and thus, to create, Starke Rotarians and their Rotaryanns
ed.McCain and water is important in the
of government, a real despotism." enjoyed their annual Valentine Ladies manufacture of this very
a holiday recess : Night with a steak dinner at the Camp paper. Home Tragic Loss'Dear 'a
a speech that W the ever more complicated and ..
of
Blanding Officers Club. A program Every one of Florida's eight mills
never bad a( ( Iran-Contra intrigue, in spiritual and contemporary music was uses water for many of the same paper reasons Editor:
wisdom of our bodies are focusing on presented by Suzanne Strickland,and each is the housekeeper-for cooking and The recent decision: by die Stai = -iConiauaBojiaottorexDBetbepro
in the fact that the President's National Rotaryann was presented with a potted washing. It is also utilized to make steam. (2zac
vant today than Council and the CIA overstep- plant as a souvenir of the occasion. ilectricity: and transport the tiny wood the West side of Iowa far a cam "->- <.
ago. Contras."A bounds of their authority or cir Rotarian Frank Sheffield was in charge of fibers from one manufacturing station to bmoewasatragedyiapatrties ...zsii
arrangements. another enroute humming this piece of
Almost as if any laws of Congress. The paper you're reading. will all doe raped o these -
probe centers on the they wrre De -
Americans today Democratic Executive of the in these mills wen -y... ::s
in sales of weapons to Iran and the Some processes requite .-
happening of profits to Contra rebels in Committee to Meet water of higher quantities than that remotest
past six years Tuesday Feb 24 supplied by most municipal water plants. The leans tar wee said
warned against Consequently, their water facilities often looted n be fine fa

cessive The 'Bradford County Democratic Executive times are larger and more sophisticated reason agaist c IIId base
military Washington's speech was Committee will meet Tuesday. that those used by many municipalities. api8ta h.

debt, and the delivered in his l lifetime: it would Feb. 24, at 5:30: p.m. in the Conference
habitual fon and helpful to tie Nation Room of Santa Fe Community College 1,000 A null tons with will have a dairy water pulping needs capacity capable of of _1(7 opiarin Ie did. it wr' b Aa
Starke Center (Old Courthouse).
Washington it read at least once a year in the serving a large city.To be more specific: i Orange r.fl Ibe
of Congress as a reminder of the Jewell Brown, vice president,called the the amount of water used for matting where :.. r.4
abuse of go. now creating havoc in our meeting for the purpose of reorganization steam, cooking washing,and cooling frequently surround baka donIt's "
that are that could have been following the resignation of ex-chairman for one paper mill, equals the a b-- ...d.euiiInaonly -
Brown. Officers will be elected at
President Terry water needs of a city of one million people.
if Washington's warnings had this time and nominations made to fill existing oserlcdeta.tube sort
arms to Iran known and heeded. vacancies in some precincts. One 01 tins utajor uses for water at me star yielded .. die,.e -r,;rIhatcaottadeaatngewfe
for Nkarauguan, mill is in a solution containing: wood chips '
All members are urged to attend.
and chemicals
which are actually cooked Starke.
or digested until it forms what is known as Jeorphi
Ml.OTCHA" pulp. This material is the basis of the huge Boll 'zcTb..n.ndants

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"Determination, hard work, and recorded the music she used for the cash scholarship and$1,000 per year Virginia has already begun ,
faith, that's what makes dreams contest She explains that her first academic scholarship for four yearsto preparation for the Miss Florida ,
come true" says Virgin Crawfordwho appearance with the judges was an Jacksonville University. She Pageant. Following her win Satur-
was crowned 1987 Miss Jacksonville interview where she answered ques- plans to attend J.U.upon graduationfrom day, the five judges privately met
last Saturday evening.Feb.14, tions about political and current the local college. She will also with her and verbally critiqued her
at the Civic Auditorium she is now issues as well as personal Informa- receive a wardrobe allowance for to provide helpful hints for the up- '
one step closer to her longtime tion. Miss Florida Pageant and a full coming pageant. N ,
dream of going to the Miss America bcholarship to Barbizon School of r a y riynd aMSk
Pageant.In Hard work and determination is Modeling.
an understatement from Virginia More hard work, determinationand
the past the Miss Jacksonville considering she is a full time faith waits ahead for Virginia on
Pageant was restricted to residentsof employee at Florida National Bank her road to the Miss America
Doval and surrounding countiesbut as a customer service represen- Pageant. We are proud of our local
Virgina is the daughter of Neil and
it was opened to Bradford County tative, and a full time student at Patti Crawford of Starke and sisterof girl and give her our support and en-
this year since the county does not Starke-Santa Fe Community College Kevin, Karen and Diana. couragement for her next contest.
hold a pageant of its own for the Miss where she majors in psychology and Needless to
say,there are ,
many peo-
Florida contest. Virginia a young minors in English. Because of her who
ple contributed to her
Christian woman says "it was strict schedule she had to do most of suc- t F
something she has prayed about for her singing practice excercise and cessful win. She says, "They know Duplicate Bridge 4tlf
over a year."From here she goes to briefing of current issues and events who they are and I love and thank : ,
the:Miss Florida Pageant scheduled during her lunch hours evenings each of them." However she Results i tSn.T .f
for Orlando in mid-summer. after school and weekends. "There especially wants to thank her spon- Listed below are the winners of the .
were plenty of times I could have sors and ad purchasers. She even recent Duplicate Bridge game held
Contestants were judged in three been doing other things," she says won first place in ad sales for the Feb. 10. 1u
categories: talent, evening gown "but I didn't." I had to set my program which helped fund her wayto 1. Tyrholms and Burnettes jw1 u
and swimsuiL Talent made up fifty priorities. Virginia prepared for the pageant.She extends a special 2. First-North and South: Rhea
percent of the judging criteria. about a year for this contest and she thank you to these sponsors: Chas- Johnson, I.ora Francis ..
Virgina sang the medley Sing- informs us that now she'll have to tain's Jewelry and Gift Gallery, 3. Second-North and South: BetsyJo
Make Your Own Kind Of Music"by work twice as hard for the Miss Bryan's Ace Hardware Winn Dixie, Minor, Yvonne Iliechman
Barbra Streisand. Jim Peronto Florida Pageant.As N. W. Mutal Insurance Moyer Marble Virgina Crawford
middle school Band and Chorus and Tile of Jacksonville, Dianaand Richard and Jen Tyrholm and 1987 Miss JacksonvilleGreetings
Director, Herb Stuckey. Music Miss Jacksonville Virginia will Roger Rothwell and of course Jack and Louise Burnette tied for 1st
Director at First Baptist and the receive many prizes but at the top of her parents for their endless sup-- and 2nd East and West.
Community Band produced and the list, as her favorite, is the $500 port.






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from receive their flowed favorite weethbalfoxxus displays Ms. Denise her dozen Waddell red roses proudly and Sausage . lb. Pork Chops lb. $1

heart-shaped ballon sent from her
Several dozen of these shiny sweetheart. Michael Stilwell. Pic-
helium-filled balloons were lured with Denise is Mindy Rother,
delivered to the school by local Tammy Jo Tatum.and Betsy Nail.
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Slate of Officer: City Clerk OPEN

8 am 7 pm Fish & Meat Market WE HAVE
Qualifying: Noon February 23 Tues.Sun.CLOSED City' YOURMEAT

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PagefA TELEGRAPH February 1'. 1987
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Club News w Theme Selected For Local Pageant


Tho, Junior Women's iCIub. of bo picked: ) up lit 'JnulfVd 1'itfhSchtwil '
. Auxiliary Presents Check To HospitalA Starke'met in their first! mWlinu und Mitchell's Urug Stern
1987. Monday, Feb 9 at the Club: Dcudline i ill March 7. i

check for S6,000 was recently used In examining the lower colon House. Newly installed! J President Committee reports were
presented to Bradford Hospital administrator for bleeding, polyps cancer and 1., Joan Hall presided.. presented! and the folkw.nK upcoming :
Tim Rearick by the obstruction. eVInLwlrn announced: Coke: "11.1/ gl I
Hospital Auxiliary. The theme for the Annual Wagon the Antique and Collectible ; : sirt w
used to purchase a Presenting the check to Rearick is Strawberry Pageant will be Show and Sul;, March I'Mil: .,,;11
The money was the operatingroom. Auxiliary President Wilma Jean r I "Strawberries-Silver edition". This District Four Junior Woman's! ChAt ..ulanj'III'c.
sigmoldoscope. Tbi r.hPr.for m/lo Instrument la Terry. year 1987. is the 25th year of the Awards! Night, Mareh 12; und ra
I pageant which began in 1962 at the Strawberry Queen I'ageant April 4. r.l,.
' Farmers Market Linda HiiKKlnsMcllac !
_ International Affairs Topic at Woman' Club was crowned queen that sdi ill
year and thus the tradition begun. These! new members were ,
Major Norman "Butch" Redding Sanders Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar, Many exciting activities planned welcomed: Uremia Alvarez, Debra, IMdl!
from Camp Blanding gave a most informative Mrs. Ellis Byrd Mrs. Paul Bridges around the 25-year cclcbrutmn of the Cuddinglon, Norma Joan Dunn, a'Gqp'oJ"l bodt
and interesting programat Sr.. Mrs. Jerome Johns and Mrs. pageant Young Unities between the Susan Duiker, Michelle Flynn, "
the Woman's Club meeting on Edith Gowan was in charge of the y L ages of 16 and 21 who live In or attend Heidi Mi/e, Paige Kearick, Diane ; 9'1 iMl
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Wed., Feb.H. This Is International luncheon. They carried out the school In Bradford County are Simpson! and Sarah Hinds :t
Affairs month for the Club, therefore Valentine theme. A centerpiece t ___ .-- -- eligible to enter. Applications may ) Major Redding explained the exchange displayed on the head table was of Dan Cuddlngton in
program between the U.S. multicolored camellias. Individual Auxiliary President Wilma Jean Terry proudly presents Gospel Sing To Speak At Methodist It'M
and Great Britain for training arm- tables held small arrangements to check: to administrator llearlck.
ed forces. match. Chinese food was served topped -- Set For SaturdayA Seniors LuncheonThe 'tttt oj

Ine U.S. sent some men to Great off with strawberry ice cream W.T. Weeks Gospel Sing at the Pine Hill Con- Methodist Seniors covered ..i')<;OjtIW
Britain and they in return sent some which carried out the International Chapter Bluegrass Gospel SingTo gregational Methodist Church, dish luncheon is scheduled for
of their men to Camp Blanding. He theme. To Meet Feb. 21 Be Held In HamptonThe located on W. Brownlee Road Is Thursday, Feb. 26, at 12:00: noon In wau .
presented slides and spoke on planned for Saturday evening at 7:30 the fellowship hall of the Methodist br
Strategic Defense. Redding stressedthe President Mrs. Herbert Thomas The W.T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C. public is invited to attend a
fact that it was important that informs us that the club voted to plans to meet Saturday Feb. 21 at Bluegrass Gospel Saturday, Feb. 21, p.m.The Thornton Family and local Church. ,rorflarint'
12:00: noon at the Bradford Family at the Souls Outreach Mission in
in the Grenada donate to Josie Pike for treat-
$100
the U.&:participated Restaurant.All singers will be performing. Guest Speaker will be Dan Cudd- );0.11
Affair. ment at Shands Hospital for a hor- Hampton.The Refreshments will be served. ngton of the Bradford County ;
members
are encouraged to at Sullivan's will be performingat
A question and answer session mone deficiency. tend. Pastor J. Parramore invites Rescue Service. A question and a3us19xa:
followed his remarks. Mrs. Joseph Guests present were Mrs. Louise 7 p.m. everyone to enjoy this event. answer session will follow. II
Stephenson, International Affairs Lyons of Albany N.Y., guest of Mrs.
Chairman and her committee: Mrs.R. Lester Crews and Mrs. Hazel Nolan Film To Be ShownAt Eastern Star Supper .
A. Green, Sr., Mrs. Curtis Graham guest of Mrs. John Griffin. Comm. Bible ChurchThe -- .. III -- ci netauow
Starke Chapter 224 Order of the r-
HI Film "America-You're Too Eastern Star, will have a Family "ffi8"i imi
Church News Young To Die" will be presented at 7 Night Supper Saturday February .,;:::;
p.m.. at the Community Bible Church 21, at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. I IrnoT

dutch-treat meal at me western in The Starke.public is invited to enjoy this RON ,arnll ,
Lay Witness Mission Steer and the youth will have a cook- film with church members. FLA.TWIN THEATRE I a1i 3(11 t
out at the home of Linda and Jimmy DENMARKINSURANCE 10 N8-' !!')'
This Weekend At Smith on Colley Road.A !Need Health Insurance Starke 964-5451 ""r 8103:
First MethodistAll special dinner will be preparedfor .
nomGnoao
everyone Saturday evening by Cull Mrrritt II. Williams Open Every Night : .." :
members and friends are invited Oleeta again in Fellowship Hall for ( : 4.
to attend a weekend of fun the small cost of $3.50. 964-5391 I 1S2.. SPECIAL i j ,I-- t' ."'ep> 911..9 vfcirfs
food, inspiration and sharing at the The evening activities will include I II Sat. & Sun. 5:00: Showing | I : I 'I'arfs; ;I

First United Methodist Church. groups for youth, children and j.' STARKE J _Tuesday. .Showing!. .!. __j 964-7071 :.1 i&s.ttud.t

Friday, Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. you adults and end with a time for wor- I'J '
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will meet the Lay Witness team ship and prayer.Sunday v Friday mljr.'
from differend areas of) Florida,dur- the Lay Witness team will '.* 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 2117 N. TempleStarkeCelebrating
ing a covered dish and informal get- be in charge of the youth and adult 'Walter f. Montz Pastor I I
together. Sunday School classes and the mornIng :rSiIBJ
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Saturday coffees will be hostessed worship service. 'W" ', nvite you to worship with us. --..- Anniversary !auger
in homes throughout the county. At Please be in prayer for this event Attended Nursery Ir'cm'
noon the ladies will have lunch in and join the Methodist for an Inspirational Sunday School . loam CALL FOR QUOTES
Fellowship Hall the men will have a weekend. Morning Worship 11 am I
Evening Service 1 pm
Air Park BaptistTo Wednesda.Youth :. . 7:30 pm Auto .

Show VideoThe Brooker Church of God SCREEN 2 Life Homeowners

Sunday School Class of the Air Plans RevivalRev. THE Mobile Homes

Park Baptist will present the video, Waldon, Pastor of the Churchof COMMUNITY KINDRED
"Ten Commandments," Saturday God in Brooker announces a plan. BIBLE CHURCH I I
Feb. 21 at 7 p,m. ned revival at his church scheduledto RATED: II
Call Ron for Information on Mini Warehouse Rental
This video is recommended for all last through Saturday Feb. 21. ,
DRIVE-IN
ages and the public is invited to Evangelist Atkins will be conductingthe twiw ,rV M 1 ;CM. l niJtMHUf < 301 for just completed
fellowship with the church membersand nightly service beginning at 7p.m. .l k -.U-.fc4l; M*
Closed for Winter
enjoy the movie. Special music and singing will :'in**** WwiMp .1 Irwr.. *>i \ unlo."I:
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Majorie Thomson Celebrates 70th BirthdayThe

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I Starke Golf and Country Club Thomson devoted much of her time Marian Douglas who sang personalized Monticello, Mr. and Mrs 0:1:
was transformed into a wonderlandof and energies. As a token of their appreciation versions of two popular terfield of Jacksonville, and DI
red and white floral beauty on ,each group presented the songs of that era, "Five Foot Two" Mrs. Robert Stripling of G.. ins
Saturday Feb. 14, when the seventieth honored guest with a longstemmedred and "MarJorie".
the birthday of Marjorie Thomsonwas rose. Organizations expres.mgpreclatlon
his Serving cake were Ann Whiffen to Marjorie for her ai
celebrated by 200 friends and
riveolae relatives of the honored guest. The Participating in the birthday cake and Jo Ann Copeland, while punch support over the year., v.
occasion also served as a reunion of and candle-lighting ceremony were was poured! by Pattie Connerly, Hospital Auxiliary, Woman'.> .
dn't Ms. Thomson's four children and Malorie's sisters, her six grandsons Aurelia Byrd and Ruth Merlie. Donna American Cancer SocietI
in a their families to honor her on this and her children: Ruth Ann anctFred Gruen and Sharon Williams Kappa Gamma-an hono
festive occasion. Thomson of Tallahassee Marjorie assisted in all phases of coordinating teaching society, Santa Fe
the Greeted nt the door by the and Phillip Jacobs of Roslyn the party and Cynthia Schmitt munity College, High
bisle's honoree's sisters Evelyn Griffin JIl.Y.,Cydney and Henry Thomson of created the flower arrangements. Beautification Committe I
'1, M and Lillian" Stump, guests were Hunstville Al., and Evelyn and Jim Among the out of town guest in at- Presbyterian Church and (
saw treated to "an evening of fun. As Womack of Starke. tendance were Mr. and Mrs. Al Middle School Volunteer V'
the : master of ceremonies Jim Womack The guests were also entertainedby Thomas and Mrs.Blanche Otto of St. Duplicate Bridge and Thur
said Introduced representatives of the the bl -band sounds of the thirties Petersburg C.H. Coulter and Mr. Bridge Club, and a "Super Gi
the civic and forties as played by Johnny and Mrs. Dick Bradford of mother" award presented by
many clubs service organizations and{
Jelnick his orchestra. Another
Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Hines Womack.
and social which Ms.
my groups to
bit of nostalgia was presented by Boyd and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Boyd of Congratulations MaJor)
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his beauty Shilynn Chaff anxiously "Cutest Senior Superlative." tions concerning the pageant..Ap- 9 1c
anticipates "StrawberriesSilver Shilynn encourages young ladies to plications may Be picked up at the
065<< r Edition" the 25th Annual participate in the pageant to help Bradford High School or at
ugt Bradford County Strawberry Queen them learn about themselves and Mitchell's Drug Store. Deadline for
tifulnir Pageant sponsored by the JuniorWoman's develop confidence. She enjoyed ser applications Is March 7.
sat a Club of Starke. ving Bradford County.

axe Shilynn is the daughter of Mr. and The pageant is open to girls Contestants will be entertained at
Mrs. Tommy Blackshear of residing in or attending school in several pre-pageant activities coordinated
Kingsley Lake and the late Lou Bradford County. Contestants must by the Junior Women's Club.
OU&ary Chaff. Shilynn was crowned 1986 be 16 on or before April 4, 1987 and The pageant is scheduled for Saturday
Strawberry Queen on April 5, 1986 not over 21 on that date. Entrantswill April 4, 1987. The newly- L-A '
Iso and reigned over the 1986 Bradford be judged on natural beauty crowned Queen will preside over the i? v
the County Fair Shilynn is currently a which shall be Interpreted to include Annual Bradford County Fair which ;.
em- senior at Bradford High School andis figure, face hair, personality and opens Tuesday, April 7 and runs
thee. also enrolled at the local college. poise. through April 11.
.. Her activites include President of
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Ms. Thomson holds red roses presented to her at her 70th birthday Interested girls may contact
Honor Society Who's Who Among Need Health Insurance?
from local civic clubs and organizations for her
'party devoted time American High School Students pageant coordinator Sandra
and an and effort. Spanish Honor Society, three years, Crawford after 6 p.m. at 964-6236 or Call Merritt II. Williams

He of cheerleading and was elected Lorna Reddish 964-8559 for any:ques, 964-5391 Miss Shilynn Chaff

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Jacqueline Mercer, Kenneth Starling Turf Builder Trionized to help lawns feed up to ,. zc 20" Mower
T j i 2 months. Won't burn grass. Includes a'yy. I
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Mercer-Starling y ;, I I readily available Iron. #23382 3xf 3 HP Briggs & Stratton engine. Steels
To Wed Feb. 28 Ii ;" s, deck. 7" wheels. Some assembly
$999 ;d required. #4020
Mr. and Mrs.Joseph D. Mercer, of SPECIAL PRICELess

9 cpn- Fanning Springs announce the up- 'l mfr. mail-In rebate $4.00
.,were coming marriage of their daughter __ -
It wn Jacqueline:Mercer, to Kenneth Ran- $9999 '
is dall SjtarHngroir Mrt-and,,,-. ...Cost altelJ99, ,SPECIAL".
bells, Kenneth Starling of Brooker. = z mfr. rebate oP 53386- PRICE i

ser The bride-elect graduated from Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft. ,
Trenton High School and Is attending
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Atlantic College.The ::l / "/, 1 Lockset = Broadcast PRICEless ..'

wedding is planned for Saturday ..q > 1 Distinctive BelAir design knob with the security of a S-pin ,4 Spreader mfr. mtll-ln
.still Feb. 28 at 4p.m. at Ebenezer CI tumbler mechanism. Exterior key or Interior button will lock % rebate) $5.00 .
Baptist Church in Chiefland. ?, l\<. j or unlock. Easy to Install. i Rugged polyethylene hopper
All friends and relatives are in- r i y ,9, provide..ccuraeadluSlment.Co.t I after$2 99
vited to attend the wedding and the lift:f $999 L Easy push.pull lb. mtr. rebate

reception following the ceremony. .\f.1 w'___.."_ ;- n -. j SPECIAL PRICE aaw capacity required Some 8475 assembly e_ '


Melanie James DeuelTo Fancier, p .. '.OOW CORNING SPECIAL $",99 GILICK&DfCKBI.I Professional ,

/ Silicone Plus" Variable Speed
des
Wed Feb. 28 PRICE % I
-s- j Sealant Reversing Drill ie
Less mfr.mailIn
Elton and Linda Ward of Starke -.
uch and Jim Poncier of Avon Park announce ;- 100% silicone rubber for rebate $2.00 New easier-to-use size with more powerful motor.
our the engagement of their I p lasting durability. Pamtable Runs cooler for long life. Upgraded M57 series.
Poncier of flexible weatherproof Cost after 8-ft.cord. #1175SPECIAL '
Melanie Ann
Cleans with water 10,3-oz. 99C y $99
Stare, to James Deuel also of White 16653 mfr, rebate '
uate Starke. i- Reoere Unit 3 per IminKoH 53390 PRICE, '533111"", xr
that Melanie is a graduate of Bradford ::_>
--=-- ._ ...rlf ,
ware High School. .!JUR _...
on of James is employed at Starke Auto SERV1TIIR"Quick

II ae Center. w-e Ger Value Pack 14.2-Oz. Propane Cylinder
clou&and The wedding is planned for Feb. 28
at the Community Church in :' New Improved super glue works super fast, bonds super Fits most standard propane torches and appliances.Fuel
Keystone Heights. All friends and I strong.Included No-run SGQ-60V formula. Free Super Slick'glue stick outlet valve protected by plastic cap. #SSR-9
relatives are invited to attend. /
990 $1 99

Geraldine Kelly, _. SPECIAL PRICE j s SPECIAL PRICE #53393SERV&TAR. .
Louis Kelly, Jr.

To Wed Saturday ; {r
; .
: .
Mr. and Mrs. James Dean of t 7 a
Starke and Mrs. Lula Mae Dean of : KK Leather Palm Work Gloves
Soft 'et Seat
New York announce the engagementof / Quality split cowhide palm and thumb for long wear.
nt their daughter Geraldine Kelly to Vinyl-covered foam for regular bowl. Antique White. 13D f i Flannel-lined palm, 100%cotton back. Men'slarge.
Louis Kelly Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. *5027A
Louis Kelly Sr.. also of Starke. $ 99 $ J99
The wedding is planned for Saturday
SPECIAL PRICE U y
Feb. 21 at the home of [ SPECIAL PRICE 53395
Geraldine Kelly at 4 p.m. in Starke.
ityon A reception will follow the .
ceremony at Lawtey Correctional S STERLING _1UCIt1li..IWX.. : _
r ''''''''M'''
entrke. Pistol Friends and relativesare
Range. Y
invited uLattend V 2-Handle Kitchen Faucet 5' Derby Stepladder
'
eat r No-drip washerless faucet has 5-year limited warranty and Household wood stepladder with grooved steps and side
School MenusFeb. chrome-plated brass construction. Instructions Included spreader lock for safety. #390
n 1/08122
the
$499 $41J99
23 -Feb 27
Bradford Elem.It Middle School SPECIAL PRICE a3P '5331HJ SPECIAL PRICE .,., 53397

The M......'.Corndog macaroni 4 cheese,cabbage
sedom roU. milk.
Jaw peachea cinnamon
Individual dealers limit
quantities.
TKMdayi Chill. aalllnee, cheese toast garden may
..lad/ pean brownie milkWedMedayi Individual dealers may not stock all items
Fiahwlch french fries, green Some stores may restrict Items to
beana, cake cobbler. milk
cherry
pie cash and carry terms only.
Thanaayi Managers Choice Day
ver, Friday! Teacher Planning Day
Bradford Middle Sc/IoOIllUdenla have deiced
me.Lea.. a hot lunch or a salad bar. Hardware Lumber I Home Centers


Moadayi Hamburger Bradford on High bun,School trench flrtea lettuce ACME HARDWARE &
,tomato pickle,cherry cobbler cake milk !! "
ltd Teeedayi Chill crackers cheese!tout cabbage
law, strawberry shortcake milk. Sb R' '
' no'en Wedaetdayi Barbecued chicken potato salad, 5iJ ,. BUILDERS SUPPLY
green beau key lime pie hot mils, milk.Thuraaayi ,
Spaghetti w/meat....,.,cheese itlx
garden salad apple crlap. hot rolla, milk. 301 East Call Street
ke .Friday *Planning Day.AlaCarte .
We can he rp'

M....'. Corndoga, plus cheeseburgers, STARKE
trench tries, milkshake.
TMedayi Hamburgers, puoa trench fries -
mUkahakea. .. .juice eorndogaWedawaayt .
Hamburgers, pi.... trench Me*. .
.
milkshakes comdogThaneayi
pies Cheeseburgers. condors, plus, ,,,
.
"'." W ,
.
milkshakes,ranch fries ora.. Juice. ;, 'II '( .
Friday Teacher'i Planning Day

&ch day students have a cKnkwnf a hot"lunch, a w w .
salad bar or'they may pure haw Item la-carte..









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8A TRI.EGRAPII.: February 19,1987

1111111 .,



FFA Week Signifies Another Big: Year of Acheivement

"
-"
By Mark Frledlln BUS Senior Chapter President work in the agriculture industry in
BCT Staff Writer Hardin says the group Is excite the future he says.National FFA has been preparing young standard of excellence that will keep only on knowledge gained in
Local members of the Bradford about telling the communitywhat FFA weMt has been people for careers in agriculturesince agriculture number here and classroom experience, work and
High School junior and senior they have been doing this year, historically associated with 1928. Now with over 9.000 abroad. study but also' on the kind of practical
chapters of the Future Farmers of and explains that FFA is an Washington's birthday, which also chapters and nearly half a million Given the current financial crisis hand's on experience the
America are uniting with FFA'ers organization of students of vocational occurs in February.Washington was members, the organization realizesthe : in many of the nation's farms, the students gain at the FFA farm
from all over the country to agriculture who are preparing recognized asa master farmer on his importance of reaching and FFA program assumes even more located on SR 301.
celebrate National FFA Week. themselves for a career in Virginia plantation and the National maintaining a high level of ex importance to the future of the industry The farm consists of 170 acres purchased
Beginning Saturday Feb. 21 local agriculture."Our FFA center in Alexandria is situatedon cellence. With its attention concentrated in this country. by the Bradiu.'d County
members will participate in a involvement in FFA now land that formerly belonged to his on preparing for tommorrow The Bradford FFA program School Board from Hogan Smith in
schedule of activities to both salute means people are getting !ready to estate. FFA intends to reach and maintain a places a great deal of emphasis, not the 1940's. About 70 acres are taken
and promote their organization ,. up with pastures, buildings, a fish
pond and fields. The remaining 100
acres consists of planted stands of
pine including slash, long leaf and
Virginia pine.Bradford .
FFA Senior Advisor
+ Greg Alvarez explained that one of
f the goals in the program is to have
examples of every type of tree in
Bradford County available to the
students for study so they can learnto
care for and Identify various
1 t species.
The FFA also has a thriving fruit

+. orchard that was planted on the
I r farm last two years ago.
I "VIII-!! The students here will gain
knowledge about the special care
) needed for plums, pears and grapes.
l / J .. t The organization plans to get more
varieties planted in the orchard in
.
1 i? the future.
1 s- The FFA'er also have another orchard
planted with magnolias and
maple at the farm.
The main stand of pines on the
/3 : farm is over 32 years old. It was
I by two highly respected
former members, now both retired-
former Director Pual Hutchins and
\l-_ J t agriculture teach B.R. Ferguson.
These pines have to be cut
periodically, but only in part. A portion
of the stand was cut and sold to
pay for the construction of a
r-- I machine shed which houses the tractors -
the students use in their plan
II ting operations. FFA'er recently
y: / I sf burned off a portion of the under
farm and works
brush on the con
_
stantly with the assistance of the
Forestry Service in cutting
(, firebreaks and supervising the burn

# ing.The
FFA program at the BHS includes
far more than just trees and
rQ tree management however. The
'% students also learn first hand about
P care of poultry and poultry manage-
rl ment with a chicken coop on the
1 farnm where they must feed and
care for the chickens and pick up the
eggs.
4 There is also a greenhouse where
the students learn to raise and care
for ornamental plants and shrubs.
\ / They learn livestock productionwhich
Y includes poultry dairy and
beef cattle and horses. The students
also learn the basics of goat and
sheep production although the does
not have any goats or sheep at this
time.
Each Spring an extensive gardenis
planted by FFA'ers to teach
members about crop farming.The .
1: .. FFA'ers also gain extensive
,- knowledge of another, new dimen-
sion of agricultural education at the

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Offering our youngsters the opportunity to work and learn all about

agriculture, the Future Farmers of America continue to do a remark
FUTURE FARMERS
able job in this endeavor. A national educational, nonprofit The BHS JV five is 9-11 and has
Tr won its last three games,including a
OF AMERICA 4
nonpolitical organization, the FFA deserves our acclaim and 73-61 win over and a 44-36 win over

WEEK deep appreciation in providing this great service to our communi.FEBRUARY Middleburg The team Tuesday is improving night and, Feb.play 17.

ties and our nation. Happy 59th Anniversary to all its members! ing together defense., The including some real
good guys are playing
:21-28 their hearts out and winning. Coach
Chester Simpson says he's sorry to
see the season ending because the
Allen's Sawyer Orion WellsChevyOlds team basketball.is just starting to play team

Acme Hardware Office Supplies Badcock Furniture Gas & Appliance Upcoming...

301 E. Call St. 96!.6163 & Printing Co. 128 S. -964-5289 One final game remains on the
332 W. Madison Strt 964-7701 Hwy. 301 North 964-7500 regular season schedule when Clay
113 E. Call Strt 964-8923 High visits BHS tomorrow (Friday,
Feb. 20). The JV game is at 6:15:
p.m., the varsity game at 8 p.m.
Motors
Terwillegar Rigdon'sCoffee Corbett's Community Bank BHS beat Clay the first time out.

206 W. Madlion 96 .7200 Thomas Auto Parts of Starke
Service I Tires & Service BUS 44 Middleburg 36
Terwillegar Motors 430 S. Tempi-964-5611 BHS led all the way and played the
811 S. Walnut Strt 96 .7130 best defense in
Jody t Susan Rig d 011. 964-4467 402 N. Temple Av. -96 .6.Q6 they've played a long
Ky.tonHlghts-473-FORD time to beat Middleburg 4436.
t Middleburg played a tough man-
Johns torrnan defense. Pedro Carter has
E.
Charley
Outlaw been moved to
Realty point guard position,
Florida National Bank Gold Kist Lewis Timber Co. Agency Inc. and has had to give up some scoring.
** "Your Full $*rvlc. "We just played great as a team,"
Downtown Stark. .964-7050 2226 N. Tempi Ave. 964-7871 U.S. 301 S. 964.6811 Real E.tat. Off k." said Coach Simpson.
131 S. Walnut 464.5070 Middleburg beat BUS by two at
U.S. 301 South 965. 522 Bradford High earlier.

.....nI II* 4 14.44
Mw11.r, It S U. M
Griff & Son Bradford Co. George RobertsFiberglass ...-(..(-PraiKU./..LaM. "..,aau
.... .,,
Teal Tile & Carpet A Friend JK H.4u M/l-lv c. / tly.
..
4-J/HI.T" IM4/M-44.
Farm Bureau Insurance MUkua((13/'). Marti l-a/l-f ......**/...
131 N. Ch.rry -964-7423 Anonymous Martin H-. Ln... :1-1/1-7, parr l/4-1l..
w.....CounM..,..T".'.' I4-4/IH4.
301 N. -964.5531 2270 N. T.mpl.Av.. 964-6369 986 N.T.mpl.Av.. 964-7826
BUS 73Lake Weir 61

Marvin Lane and Wendell each
Jackson Pep-O scored 20 points,Truin Blye hit for 11
and Pedro Carter 10 to lift the Brad
Building Supply Pastry Shop Mitchell's Drugs Starke Auto Center Gas & Food Store ford Weir.JV five 73-61 Feb. 11 at Lake

Stark* Key.toneHelght. 750 W. Madison St. 964-5890 127 E. Call Street r 964-7810 528 S. Walnut St. .964-8317 Blye and Carter split their time at
620 S. Walnut St..964-8293 point guard which hurts their scoring -
Lak Butler I average but is the position from
which the team is run.
Norton R..+Ld n i? II n. n
Jones Funeral Home Gerald Griffis ....w., f II It M1
The Eyeglass Store Mosley Tire Company Telecommunication ....d ((7J). Fraitcll ./. K.vM P....-
& ConstructionU.S. t-t/1 1. LM .".19, a. -4/>.. HDtfmMM
/+H, CarMr 1-4/f-lt. .ly. 4-I/4-1I T.1lHIfa334n.
Convalescent Services 103 Edwards Rd. -964-8588 11.5.301 South -964-6600 .

964-6200-964-6223 301 N. 96 .6633 864 N.Temple Ave.''944-4710 ....WMr t-l/3-tl((41)). famMl, Catov.7-l/s-II.*. Maynar Maim tlfrl.Mmrtmmm t-/l-..

Oarralt 1+1, Cllt.r* 1-4-1, WalcMM _
,Tay tor!-.*.T....../-./....

Williams Jewelry Durrance' Bryan's.,
r Starko Lanes T & M Wrecker Service .
&
100 E. Call 964-7064 Pump Supply Ace Hardwaro Need Health Insurance
U.S. 301 N. 964-8175 "
Call Merritt II. Williams
Bradford S9.964.8485 Stark Kytton! Heights
864 N. Tempi Ave 964-7061 964-5611 or 964-6600 .Mlros* 964-5391











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Year ;,
Big Celebrated...






Members Prepare for Weektwo r ei




fish ponds on the farm The stay dry, tion course in order to graduate J'Th'wU i'i'

largest of the two were excavatedand The barn is well insulated and sup- from high school.

the top-soil ended up In an plied with both electricity and The ciriculum includes 37 specific
unusual place| the BHS football water. skills the students should be aq-

field. Members also planted Virginia "We have enjoyed a tremendous quainted with including identifying .

pines around the ponds as a wind- amount of cooperation and support vegetables, trees, fertilizing properly :J} yi a
break. from the Bradford School Board, the and other related activities. r

When you take into account the superintendent and principals in thepast The students In this class learn

projects like tree cutting to pay for few years," Alvarez said. how to care for plants through the

the machine shed and selling cattle They have really encouraged us to seedling stage. The students in the

raised by the chapter on the farm run the program In a productive way principals of agriculture course then

the FFA ers can turn their practical and do the things we need to do to take those seedlings and plant them .

experience; into money-making ac- teach the students the skills they in the FFA garden on the farm each
tivities. Although the program is not need." Spring.in .

entirely self-supporting, they The FFA'ers in Bradford are

their manage to pay for than a larger portion of taught, among other things, principals addition to classromm sessions :}w 6 -ace 'k t 'e' r i + ...._ r
expenses other of t.fJ '
many occupational
agriculture, and trips to the farm, students are } a'"N' r
organizations.Last .
natural resources and wildlife encouraged to start their own pro-
year a new barn was built at management, fundamentals of
the jects at home which can be anything
farm. Measuring 5,000 square agriculture and practical from growing steers or hogs for the
feet, it provides a safe dry for -- -
1 place agriculture.The annual Bradford County Fair to rais- 4
the members to keep their livestock. practical agricultural program ing honeybees or earthworms. A Big Job for FFA'ers...

With the recent rains that have hit started last year and is aimedat Each project is done with a profitin These FFA member are planting of the ..
the came 7. *
livestock valuable
area
that used to have students who have public service
not had their
voca- mind students
to stand knee so can apply seedlings local member have set a* Ibrir goal far I. the I
deep int he mud for tional. The state legislature now re- experience to real-life, situations planting this picture above member plant different type
days at a time now have a place to Olllrp" 4"rI/tv. nf n vrv-ntlnnnl rliir. >... when they graduate. Members season. of seedling 58 as experiement: to see which species
work closely/ with local Forestry Agents grows Ue best.
and learn many new useful fact as they perform a


I Brooker News


tr1 \KOUTLAW \ / *FOR THE Country Out -
v-' Around Town... 1V4 ocres, 3/2. All .....Ide.DlVElOPD Oil INVESTORS 10
e ease in city on paved rd. City
Mrs. Ann Prevatt of Clermont was sunken living room, fireplace COMing -
: the Sunday morning guest of her { M r I to Hoar windows.many...tr_. wafer and sower ovoilobl.

i i'I. max, mother, Mrs. Lydia Crosby.
I. COMMERCIAL HOC. Many uses. 138 DRASTICALLY REDUCED Custom built I Ibrick

Mrs. Amy Williams of Hamptonand 9644522STABKE. r [N. Water St. S2S.OOO. home./.,3.200 plus sq. ft., pecan [
tree and 3 acre NOW 131000. |
Wilbur Cone of
rr { Dade City were *INVESTORS Pnosong SID.own
the Saturday afternoon guests of FL. > i rood through property. Owner fin. Owner financed.

Mrs. Lydia Crosby and son, Jimmy. i KiSS4-5.lf! | *NEW RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL *COUNTRY dl$ Building lots from]

JMMUMNG with plenty. of parking and S6.9OO. Some with owner financing
Aileen Green of Leesburg was the "
r '
positive conn low. located in the bvsiost
overnight guest of her mother Mrs.
i t section of Storko. *KEYSTONE AREA MH with lake access I IImmaculate.
erJace Mildred Green
the
during weekend.
WELt ESTABLISHED commercial S23.9OO. (CM i A).

Rev. and Mrs. Greg Douglas and building across from Community...... *CRYSTAL LAW ACCESS A I large 1
Price has been
'.- I baby of Leesburg were the weekend drastically REDUCED to gracious brick home, just minutes from I

Pierce guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. move property. Starke and Keystone Heights. Shown by IappoirrtnMnr.
Howard Douglas.Mr. *7 ACRES with home C bam on 233near PRICE, REDUCED.
*COMMERCIAL -LAKE BUTLER. *NEED LOTS OF ROOM'"_ Over SR 16. Hos potentials.
Winning EssayMy NIce building w/1300 .q. ft. Largo 2,000 sq. fie. S BR. BA. many *HOMEMAKErS DREAM 3/2 CH4A.I
and Mrs. Wayne Lewis of lot w/pUnty of paved parking' fireplace, on 1 acre in Zit b.LAKEFRONT white beach and clearwater22 above ground pool. DM garage. A 20 XI
name is Jace Pierce and I am Jacksonville surprised his Aunt Lula Across from school on SR 121 City _cellent location.Out of town owner on almost 1 ocr.-beaubfuily 25..taIrs. to be completed to I

in the 6th grade at Brooker Elemen- Mae Baxter with a drop-in visit Mon- water & sewer. Ideal for professional wants action. Will consider I leas landscaped. have your own private BR suite. All this!

tary School. I am going to tell you day afternoon.Mr. office, florist beauty shop w/option and/or owner finance *LOCATION LOCATION Wolk to only $66.000.
about myself. I am an 11 year-old 6th
I born December 17, car lot, etc $55,000. everything. 2 BR. Neat as a pin. *ENERGY EFF. 'A FRAME 4 BR. :2|
grade girl. was and Mrs. DeWitt Thomas and
1975 at the Alachua General Hospitalin children have returned home after a *JUST LISTED-It won't'last long Exceptlonal *CONVENIENT FOR FSP S. UCI tr EXCELLENTBUY'117.500.3f1.w/car-H'. fireplaces.. OUA. pool many I

Gainesville, Florida. I live in one trip to Tennessee for the recent ser- 3 BR over 1300 sq, ft. Close to new EMPLOYEES. 1.670 sq. ft. home on S port. "'taroo. HUftXYI extras on 1 acre. Only $57.000.

of the subdivisions in Brooker. I am vices of her grandmother.Rev. Winn Dixie shopping. Only 28000. acres. CH/A. Nice barn. *PERFECT IN-LAW HOUSING or 2 EXECUTIVE: LIVING Country Club

the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. *LOVELY 21In quiet neighborhood. *EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked lake familie 2 nice home on 1 large lot.381r.. 2 BA brick homo 2-car garage -

George Pierce. and Mrs. Fred Johns returned Great buy. large swimming pool large lot on povoci Separate Irving but close enough/ to many amenities.COUNTRY. .
When I get out of school my home recently after several daysof keep a check on each other
*A RARE FIND 3/2 on 150x110 corner street with sidewalk.' Brick home with LIVING In this almost new!
favorite hobby is riding my scooter the freezing weather at Great lot. Hardwood floors. 2.car garage Just over 2,200 sq. ft. 3 6R.2 BA, large entertaining 3/2 CB homo on 2 ac., brick fireplace.
and playing games with my two Lakes, IL. The Johns were there to 32000. area. Many other amenities. *I* ACRES w/DW. Excellent. condition. skylight and many extras.
, attend the graduation of their son,F.
i cats.My favorite subject is spelling. Carl Johns, Jr., from boot camp at *3 ACRES ON GRIFFIS LOOP, with well *PRICE REDUCED no thru traffic 3/1. :
CB, In city Now only $39.900. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
1 Spelling is also my best subject. I Camp Moffett. A septic. Owner will consider financing.
.
also '
like art. Florida Into
r Leaving and going so
When I I to to-col
plan go
grow up
Ynuch ice and snWwas quite ait ev
Then when I bachelors
lege. get my
said Jackie. "We were
degree I plan to get a better job as an perience,
with the places we
much
artist. I plan to go through Bradford impressed and the found in the Bradford

Community High School and College then go to for Santa my Fe dead visited of Winter."beauty TO HELP YOU! Roping


bachelors degree. After I finish thatI For several hours during the day And Your Animals Club -

want to go to the University of Carl escorted us to various sites in

Florida. and around Milwaukee. We visited Presents

the Natonal Museum where we saw

Junior FestivalThe so many historical treasures. The TOWN & Annual

domes with the tropical gardens in- r
1987 Suwannee District Junior Association
side were something to see. Outsideso COUNTRY
Festival held at the
was Universityof
much ice and snow inside so
Florida Saturday, Feb 14. The much warmth and beauty it did not VETERINARY Barrel Frolic
Sonatina Music Club, with Nell
wed
seem possible. We witnessed a
Mann, Counselor, presented the ding while in the domes said Jackie. CLINIC I
following students and their ratingat Feb. 21 9 am Iii f ?

the Festival: Superior Jeanette 1051 S. Water St. Starke _
Fairfield, Angela Meng, April Scog- Some of the most extraordinaryart Located at North End of Fairgrounds
gins and James Smith; Excellent composed by artists was on 964-6411 -r'
Shondee Lewis; Very Good Amy display in the Municipal Building.This ..w w Fried Chicken Dinners will be served
art is all carved from ice. Large -
Hallmark. James Smith has earneda
Gold Cup and will also receive a blocks of ice weighing tons is cut Will Extend Our HoursBeginning from 11:00 a.m. til ?

Gold Certificate as he has earned from the lake and transported to the
three consecutive Superior ratings. building for the artists' use. We FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT

stood and watched as many of the March 10th CONCESSION STAND -
artists demonstrated their skills at

Revival in ProgressThe carving. "These are some treasured We will open Tuesday Evenings Classed Events- Poles Baskets Texas Barrell Weave
pastor of the Church of God, times I shall always remember,"
Rev. W.W. Weldon, announces a said Jackie. From 6-8 p.m. by Appointment Arena Race. Cloverleaf

revival is now in progress at the

church each evening at 7 p.m. Our Regular Hours Are: JACKPOT FRIDAY NIGHT
Evangelist Alkus Adkinson of FR. Johns will be in class for the

Marianna, FL is conducting the wor- next 15 weeks before he will be 9 a.m. 12 Noon THANKS FOR
ship service. There Is beautiful issued a pass to come home. Johns February 20th at 8 p.m.
would letters from 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m. LETTING US
appreciate
music in song and sound each even
ing. The public is invited to come friends. His address is: FR Fred C. Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. SERVE YOUBETTER PUBLIC IS INVITED -

and enjoy the spiritual messages in Johns Jr BEQ 334 CO 162, PLT 2, 9 a.m.12 Noon Information S84-7371

word as well as music each night for SSC-NTd, Great Lakes, IL Thurs. & Sat. !

the rest of the week. 60088-5300.



of The legal description .* saM parcel ...., too undersigned, Getorrielghtways.
INVITATION TO BIO Dated this 10 day Feburery. A.D. proposed for sale can be...'.......at tha .'-..win sell at public auction -

Legal NoticesNOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the CIty 1987 In Bradford County. 2/12.tpd'lS dry Hall.CIty of Hampton,from....CIty far cash at 201 Lloyd ..... Jackson

Commission of the City ol 510'.... Clerk.The. ville. ...., ana lot of furniture consigned
Florida at the City Hall In Stark. Florida Council reserves the right (a reject ta Wicker.........AHamonte Springs.
until 7:30: p.m. on Tuesday March 3. any and all bids- Flo.; one lot of china glassware consigned
Bated this 28 day of .
January, A D.1SI7 .
"17. at which time and place all bids Gordon Wadsworth ta Gragula Frendoados, Miami.
OF SHERIFF'S SALE In Bradford
County.lIZ. received will be publicly opened and City dork fIe. ta satisfy. freight and storage
NOTICE Is hereby given that I, Dolph 41 VII pd read aloud on the following NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE CIty of..........Florida charges under tha provisions of Section
sheriff of Bradford Coun-
E. Reddish as Constructing a turn lone at Edwards NOTICE Is hereby given stint I. Dolph 2/19 2tcbg 2/2* I(.) ef Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
under and virtue of Writ of
Florida
ty. by Road and Orange Street. E. Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County .... 14-74177 did 11/24/8
Execution, to-wlti NOTICE OF INTENTION Area 318 sq. yards.Specifications Florida under and.,virtue of Writ of Pro. 82-75941 dtd 12/ /K
Issued of Courtof
out
Exacutlon Alachua Florida County to TO REGISTER may be obtained at City Execution to-wltt NOTICE Of INTENTIONTO Gator".....-,..Inc..Carrier
County pursuant a FICTITIOUS NAME
Hall. Execution Issued out of State of REGISTER 2/12 2tchg 2/19
Final Judg.m.nt for Associates Financial The City of 510'''. reserves the right to Florida Dept. of Revenue for Department FICTITIOUS NAME
of Florida Inc. and
Services Coo ,
to Section II5.0S. Florida
Pursuant
Sinclair Holmes and Evelyn accept or reject any or all bids. of Revenue and against VaughnJohnson Pursuant to Section 865.Of, Florida
against defendant. In the Statute, notice I I.hereby given that the' For The Starke City CommissionNeil Company defendant. In the Statutes, notice Is hereby given mat theundersigned. NOTICE OF' INTENTION
Holm.
amount of Bradley$,722.25 together with costs undersigned. ELLEN L BAILEY P.O. BOX L.Tucker amount of $..."..74 together with costs Ten *Nancy Patrick Rt. 1. TO REGISTER

of collection.Have 1294, STARKE, FL sole owner, doing City Clerk. of collection. Box 435. Lawtey. Fl 320SB. (joint owners FICTITIOUS NAME
business under the firm name of BAILEY /" 2tchg 2/26 Have seised and have In
soiled and have In my possession doing business under the firm name of Puisuant ta Section M5.09. Florid.
my possession
the following described personal ADVERTISING Intend to register, said the following described personal Sunshine Gardens Rt. 1. Bon 435. StehA s.tIottco is horofty given shot the
to-wltt fictitious name under the aforesaid property to-wltl Laws.)?. FL 32098. intends to register undersigned. William Q. Cruca. P.O.
property 1981 Ford Pickup statute. NOTICE OF SALE I98S Chrolotllaa..,Tag No. AQV-2e said fictitious name under the aforesaid lea ell. St...., Pla. 32091.

I.D.No.TDF15FXBNA82I2B Dated this 28 day of January A.D. Notice Is hereby given that under and by I.D. No. 1G.EKIIHSfFIZ1I6I statute. ...-'*..624., sole ....... doing
A. the ef the above nomad 1117 hi Bradford County. virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83. F.S. as A. the property of the above named Dated this 28 day of January. A.D.. ........ uiidsr .... firm name of Bill's
defendant property and that on Monday, tha 9th 1/29' ZI11 pd Self-Storage Facility Act. that the undersigned defendant and that an Monday the 16th 1997 In Bradford County. Air CandWene a........ P.O. Box *llItancll
o'clock said will sell for cash to the highest d.yof March 19B7 at two o'clock on said 2/9 4tpd)2/26 ....s..t........3JO9I.Intends to
1987 at two
of on
day March bidder at the earner of Laura and Water day on the premises of the Bradford register sold flcrHtoue nemo under. the
day on tha premises of the BradfordCounty NOTICE OF INTENTION Streets, St...... Florida at 1:00 p.m., an County Jail I will offer for .. and sell aersdd. -'-.
Jail I will oiler far sale and sell TO REGISTER the 8th day of March, 1987, the contents to the highest bidder for cash In hand, Doted this 17 day. of February A.D.
NOTICE Of
bidder for cash In hsnd. INTENTION
to the highest FICTITIOUS NAME of Unit 10, belonging to RICHARD tha above described property' of said 197 In Bradford c-,.
of sold TO REGISTER
the above described property Pursuant to Section 83.09, Florida PARKER containing personal and defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. 2/19 4tpd 3/12
defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the household goods. By Allen's Attic Self FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant ta Section NStIottco .**. Ffarldeundersigned.
ecution. undersigned, Rifkln' Cable Incom. Fort- Service Storage, P.O. Box W', Keystone Dolph I. Reddish. Sheriff
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R.ddl.h Sheriff gives
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Dolph limited General Partner Florida
Bradford County Florida ners By It. Heights, 32656. Bradford County, Florida REP AW...... P.O. Ba.*.. NOTICE OP INTENTION
Rllkin. Cable Management Partners L.. 2/19 2tchg 2/2 2/19/tcbg/Il
5terfce.florlde.se4eerrahrten.sil.deIng TO REGISTERFtCrmOUSNAME
3/5
2/12
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Its General Partner Rifkln Cable
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business under ha fIr reams of
NOTICE OF INTENTION Management Inc. Byl Monroe M. Rifkln' AAA TMo Services.P.O. Boa *..s..t... Pursuant to Section 85.89. Florida
President, 360 South Monroe Street,
TO REGISTER NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO fIorIcIo.Llees. Se resister said fkt1stwe Statutes, nence.to hereby given that tho
Suite 250. Denver Colorado 80209. sale REGISTER INVITATION TO BID ......tho .......... sIsti... vmdsrslgm.d., Dr. W. David Sikas, 218Wotaet
FICTITIOUS NAME owner under,doing the buslnass firm In Bradford af Bradford County FICTITIOUS NAME Sealed bids for the purchase of a certain Dated this 18 day of Fi. re.y. A.D. St.. ....... .... 32091. sob
nom. Pursuant to Section *!.". Florida of real owned 197 In Sterke. Florida.REPAW. owner deli,. business under the firm
parcel new
Pursuant to Section II'.", Fiends Cablovlslon from Its main office situatedat Statutes, notice Is hereby given' that the the of property, and being ...c.Sys .awe of .......... CIIIropoectlc c-r.
by CIty Hampton
Statutes, notice I Is .raoy ghee" Hut UMuntfrlgnd. County Road 224, at Old Jennings undersigned, John A. Jones 4 Steve E. 7.49 acres more or lees approximately In Richard W tMta". rlWgjTe. 118 Watnvt St.. St rNo. .... 32091, In-.

ELLEN L. BAILEY. P.O. SOX load Oranae Park' Florida 32073. Inlands Luther 424 S. Thompson St., St....., the City of Hampton, will be received at / MpI*/$ ...... t. ..eider said fictitious rain
1294. STAHKE. Fl ota owner doingbusiness to register said, fictitious name Florida. |joint owners, doing business, tha City Hall City of Hampton. Florida. wader tho.......u _
under the firm name el BAILEY under aforesaid statute. a S Auto .. ......
under the firm name of A ta be opened at the next regular council Oatad this I* day ry. A.D.
Intend to MM Doted this II day of February A.D., Starke, NOTICE OP AUCTION .
ADVERTISING register Unlimited, 424 S. Thompson St. meeting Tuesday. March II. 197. at 1987 Bradford c-,
fictitious name under the aforesaid 1987. Florida 'Intends to register' said fictitious 7:00 ..... NOTICE to hereby given thar an.... 2/19 4tpd'/III
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Bradford High vatst yeagersloft tat,daring the scare to 5M.
an easy :55..36 victory aver Sf4- Guard Rodney alomtey was fouled
dleburg! ia a Tuesday wtf*.Feb.17. with four seconds left.Motley's free
road game. throw bounced off the front of the
Now 7-15. the BHS five has wan run. OewisUn got the rebound, but
three in a row. Coach Jay G.hna BBS applied Just enough pressure a Video
hopes the team,now playing es best last second desperation shot was
basketball of the season,eta wlhe wide of the basket and BHS fans
final regular seasoega-tooMnww ., LIr... .. breathed a sigh of relief.
night (Friday. Feb. jot aver Jay ". It was nip and tuck all the way. FISHER"FVM
High and go into She DudrictTssniament a BHS was up 12-1O after the first
on a high note. 4 < period and 24-23 at the half.
Coach Godwin cay it lories like "+.. Oewistoa bed the game 35-35 at the
now that BHS win play Oeala Rarest a- ."';. ,;1 a.TiW cud of the third period.

in the first gamed the distract... Center Pat Diggs led BUS with 1C 400UIHQ .
nament,set Feb.36-21. points.Guard Eugene Blye added 14 N
points. including 10 in the first
Upcoming. period and llalacbi Jenkins scored

BHS hosts Clay High tienuw 10 points.Jenkins led the rebounding _
night (Friday. Feb.:3D at the fiat with 1O,Diggs bad 9,and Ron Brown __ pM1911 I aTlnaINp
regular season came. Tie JV plays 7. Blye led in assists with 6, in-
at 6:15: p.m..the varsity at a..... chiding some nifty feeds to Diggs for
BHS heat Clay: High by ttaree a* close in baskets and Diggs had 4. )
overtime in the second game.ff One Clewistan was 7 of'.BUS 3 of 7 at
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Rob Norman scored is paaats and
Lake Weir C3 BIIS 56
Malachi Jenkins had tL
Malachi Jenkins led tie! i na-- A slow second period hi which Payments of $930per week
ding with 15 and Dices ... ]EIIpIIe Bradford basketballers were
Blye had eight a&ist&. outscored Ja.-8 cost the BUS five a
BHS half court pressed MJd- Rnssls Artistry.. CMC: loss at Lake Weir High last or Select
dleburg in the first: lid and get Thursday night Feb.12.
ahead by about IS paints.ai..N lades Kmwfl tifarews! tm m smnyaf Pat Diggs led BHS with 21 points. 25"TELEVISION
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<..I..U._1w_-..5rrP0. Hoe season with a 51-49 victory 5. and Charles Russell 3. Malachi
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I Girls Five Faces NM in Tourney I or FVH 920 CASH

With on screen
Tornado girl hark.41 Sons play! him aIR 1UIMw. the tournament"says Coach Slater. program
North Marion today Tnoraday. BBS has last three times to GHS. Everybody is healthy Slater says. OnSale FINANCINGAVAILABLE
Feb. 19) at 5 p.m. at CajnesnffleHigh BBS" Bo CHS a*the buzzer here.
School in the first game ef the GUS beat BBS ftanduy at CHS.The $599.95
District 5-SA girls basketball toarsament. parr pflagwd m a tournament at
BIIS U- Santa Fe 38
cS ado and BBS kung right with
If BHS beats North Marian flue GUS aned a BIt sorter touted out. Bradford made it four straight 100 Free Movies with this one!

next game will be Fnday.Feb.2Q,at "It ffltanik we"hove a goor*chance towns wins going into the District Tournament
7:30 p.m. against Gainesville tb&u, rit rf we-play the eaJibre-, ball with a 42-3S victory at Santa Fe
the top seeded team winch drew a _- e pbjed/ i in the last four High last Friday night. Feb. 13. in
bye. PJIIIIfS."" rays dacfti Jonn Sister the final game of the regular season. Fisher Audio Component System
BIB tats won its East tour games Felicia Davis scored 14 points and
North Marion best BUS dams aa Ube road a difficult task no mat- pulled down 11 rebounds to lead
there by three in a game OB wtmdi lamta you p1 af. Coacb Slater BHS.now U*.Janet Kennedy added

BHS shot very po sly fawn tile bee ones, and bus won a af the fast: 10 12 tgives --- Reg. 599
throw line in the last two --->- gamed Cog CUM was.f Ptat I Class Bits regular season
BHS was ahead and jnatong JIOI 2A sttS a4 line pIKe. and the se- record of 13-8. Sale $529 .
commit fouls,but massed: Ime steamy camel .. GIllS by ale point at die 1.4.-d
shots. In the BHS CJ'DI1Ibe: Tamada IIiaIrr.Ia- r.. a w 4-fa P

girls beat NM by 7 pants. .-.u.. -Tfce Wit fcaJB of the season we'vereally Yes-..'.-(USrr 2211 1-s4 T.Y11rW4 o..is p--so.s.r2 K.y Features
when BHS played a superior defensive been staffing good basketball.w7eke r I.(>> S0 ra4/4a rsa4 C rt i ; i
game but wasn't titttang too weffl batting to dr.some things in 2 S-I..1'-s 1.1-4 TM.r: ....... ; AilS power Info 8 ohm, from
'i q' .. 20M-20kffx, with no more than
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. Hal Wood Hurls 2-Hitter, Fans 13 I a custom High speed tailoring dubbing of music for convenient


Senior Hal Wood buried a tao- play- last year," said Coach Simpkins. I cassette-to-cassette recording
a Magnetic
hitter and struck: out din send Brad Ili k stray.fleld compensated
speakers allow placement next to
ford High basebaDera 2-1 aver Luis "I was somewhat disappointedthat ? a
High in the opening game oa Bradford the offense lacked some punch. "''I f television without causing picture
field Tuesday, Feb.(7. We left nine men on base. You can't h I
"Hal Wood...the real diOntace do that and continue to win
in the game tooigsV* said faarh] BUS ." InterferenceFISHER*

Charlie Sunpkins. ended the game with four
Wood had a no-tetter a sfatdaat sophomores in the hump and three
until the fifth' iDninI.... CBS cat started.
two hits and its one run. i "I can't complain about the bustle
BHS plated one non ia the lest and hard work of the younger guy!."
when Richie Barns angled and the coach: said.Upcoming..
scored on a throwing CXIHI by tone PURCHASE ANY SONY

UHS shortstop. Robert Stating m ..
credited with aa HBJ oa tie play. BUS goes to Lake Butler for a
I BHS made it 2-4Ia the ttatrd wits
return engagement with UHS at 4:30
TELEVISION IN STOCK
Chuck Muffins sinlodand arareda p.m.tomorrow (Friday.Feb. 201.
an RBI single by Randal Poflk.
Saturday Feb. 21. the BUS nine
UHS made it*! ia tae fifth wtaaa ,_ ::'-1!... traveJes to Fernandma Beach for a 1
Mike Spires walked, stale sensed. V=:-::" .IIiia!
., THIS WEEKEND AND GET
and scored on aa BBI tangle by Matt -- R7uesday. Feb.>> 24. BUS goes to
Whitehead The VHS
fatriaer was Gainesville to Eastside Hi&1L
i benior Stacy Green,*-L
BHS had five hits by KJcmeBans, Wood at Work.. The JY Niae..
FREE MOVIES FOR 6 MONTHSOffer
1-2; Chuck Mullins. 1-2; Hal Wad,
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Bbl rf Ihrrw*24ittn at f:__ This spring BUS has a junior varsity
1-2 Randall Polk 1-3 and OardelO!
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OTigrraattanairfcrrrTanday. baseball team that plays a 12
Strong"1 was 1-4.extremely pleased wo h Ike sir-..... game schedule starting Feb. 25 at Expires Sat., Feb. 21 at 6 pm

pitching performance ef Hal Wood home against Union High.
tonight. He is a senior bat: diet! Head coacfa Jim Lewis. f


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The Bradford from Fisher! This
High jwrinr warsatygirl _2a45.LT....T._211.TMa new great- _
basketballers wee tbear lad aid -tmr 5mm nmbi !d to .2-1911-0. sounding ttiree-way speaker system was --
four games on the road to Ubearseason keep Caeraaa firwa seonmt
specifically designed for use with stereo
at 13-7. BUS Jed K-n at tbe:' haUL Omits BUS 49 Orange Park 32
The BHS girls wo Gnar last fear kaoneaer.Saata f>slowly eaoghtEQLBRS BUS jumped out front 11-4 in the televisions! Their magnetic stray-field
games on the road.They best Saada fed 27-21 with 40 seconds to first quarter as was never beaded in compensation permits you to place them
Fe 27-26 and Orange Park 4H as IlLS beating Orange Park Feb.>> 11 oa the right next: to a television without
the past week. Iu a Fe got two free with 49secoraifls road. causing any picture interference and
The JV girls won t d their last M to gm BBS hM the:' basketball OP closed to 3C-S2: ia tile fourth with an 8" woofer, 4" midrange and
games. tdke bat...secaadL: Santa Fe got period but BHS ha four free throws 3" tweeter, you'll hear a full array of
This year Coach Robert Eddins! the IranftrnftuiB. in a scramble with to cinch the win. sound. See these fine Fisher speakers
says,be had a group-bard wvfcsgg ..,seoncfis: .gaud got off a wild Top BBS scorers were Ann Taylor today!
girls.The JV record improved fret .....tIida'1 P IIL and Leslie Covington with 1.poinb. f
6-8 to 13-7. EftIIIIe g peaedBfiaat Patricia Allen scored 7 pointy
6fo.aad led toe team with Arkeva Williams$. Buy Single SpeakerFor
tip.
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.. BHS beat Santa Fe played gad S.Fe7rVedaesday. .... $59.99
aa1.l.ry I.rrr 3-1-1 T.TY_I.. A.
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who had seared M prints: a a a ... _..111y _.4 fY.rIr1 T.l121YI1.L
before, to a and beat Santa Fe 27-38 .Mel(p -----y-
eras 0..n --61-4.rr0- Y wr a4 Co a.wr iM Do _
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ttfiilit&rm Cleades:: dBIes began Ymdoy. Softball Meeting-.
underway unU llarca S at tone FeIa. J. 1.r me oglot das and The first softball meeting for teammanagers

Starke Recreation Department .neb...far he.-. is set Monday.FelL 23. Home Entertainment
The 9644712. dMIL The Women's League meeting is ConceptsBradford
leagues and age aft: afro tin 35a.y IIi: Boas i& helm set far 7:15p-a. and the Men's
League ...te years .f age; Maim 'J.- pim. Tone R.dasiy aroranig League and Men's Chorea League
League,ll-n.and Dixie: Bys,O**. loan 1trf as rsml tuna In- sleeting is set for 7:45 pm. ia the Square Shopping Center 9646946i'
Ale cIeIenI1 Iia8 date-.A.IpIt I. ..-. t_ is UIie A-. J.bea, New ereaee.tile oU armory, _
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Lake Region Monitor The Union County TimesThursday. '


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First Festival an Unqualified Success for Bradfordby
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Buster Rahn of Bradford County Emergency Ser- on by local groups,ate cotton candy ,
BCT Staff Writer vices, is president of the council. drank soft drinks and generally hada
The first family Fun Festival "ex- Pres. Chapman said the festivalwas good time. They came and went
ceeded expectations" said Rod a successful venture, and he during the four and one half hours
Buchele, 4-II coordinator of the fun- would like to see it become: an annual the festival ran, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
filled event, held on the Santa Fe event.
Community College parking lot, Chapman's opinion was echoed by City Recreation Director Cheryl l r I 11 Y .
Godwin,daughter of Jim and Peggy I c6y
Saturday Feb. 14. Diann Douglas,Home Economist for rr
The event was sponsored by the Bradford County and cocoordinatorof Godwin, put on an exercise exhibition
Bradford the with her group,that went on for
County Inter-Agency festival, who said "I am well
with festival and some length of time.While all the exercisers e
Council whose membership is pleased the the
drawn from the many agencies in number of people that attended." were trim and slim, and k,
the county with the function of help- Several hundred people attendedthe
ing people. Cliff Chapman, directorS many exhibitions and shows put See Fun... Se_Pag 3- C 1 ;
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; .* t.. 1 1i Allison Archey (left) pauses in the midst of painting moving surface of a young child's face, and one must
her masterpiece of color on the canvas of little Lilian always take into account how the masterpiece will look
t'I Mlley's face. when the face bursts into a sudden, gleaming smile.ORIAN .
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Gainesville, where she served as
Gaskin was recently named floor charge nurse,emergency room .

Gianas Chief of Staff Hospital Director, Inc.of Nursing at Bradford charge emergency nurse, room nursing supervisor."I supervisorand .

A native of Starke,Gaskins receiv consider it IIn honor and
Dr. Peter Gianas has been named private practice as a public health cd an associate of arts degree in nursing privilege to have been given the opportunity
the 1987 Chief of Staff at Bradford physician in Starke. He is on the fdrom Santa Fe Community to work with such a
Hospital. courtesy staff of Al.'chua General I College in 1971. She is currently pur- dedicated staff as is here at Bradford
Gianas received his medical Hospital, serves as the medical suing a bachelor's degree in healthcare Hospital," said Gaskins. "I'm
George Washington director for Bradford County administration through an external sure that through our concerted ef-
University Medical School In 1982. Emergency Services and is an instructor degree program at St. forts we will meet the health needs
He served a surgical internship at in advanced cardiac life ....g'. Joseph's College in North Windham, and expectations of the people of
the University of Miami School of support and basic trauma life sup- I f.-" ... 11- Maine. Bradford County.
Medicine and his residency in port. ..... Gaskins has over 15 years clinical Gaskins is the daughter of Mr.and
general surgery at Jackson Gianas lis a member of the -;" and administrative experience.Prior Mrs. W.J. Dodd of Starke. She and
Memorial Hospital. Florida Medical society and Brad- M81rILlfUIIs. [. -.....-. to her Bradford Hospital ap- her husband, Arthur Gaskins, live in
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-. Since 19B3. Gianas has been in ford Medical Society. pointment Gaskins served as Patient the Lawtey area. They have six
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Care Coordinator at Alachua
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as follows: (VE classwork only) ,
Jason Brice, Denice Weber and.
Adrian Jenkins. Adrian Jenkins Is
also the most improved student in
the class.
The VE class is working hard on
1 studies and concentrating on doing
well in their school work. The class 1 11
will be doing some language experience -
projects in the near future.
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Mrs. Anderson...

By Wendy Cowic
Mrs. Anderson is a remarkable
I teacher who has been teaching for 31 .,
years. She has taught kindergarten
for 20 years. She said "If I had the
chance to do it all again I would ,
CHICKIM.W.KIY MACARONI a C Ills
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school. Anderson teaching will and be drawing.Mrs. leaving. SALAD 58C SWISS STYLE 38C FAMILY $ 148

after year. teaching She will kindergarten be missed'this by TOMATOES. L8 39C CHEESE 16 SUE 01 YOGURT. SIZE, i ENTREES 32 SUE M. IED

everyone.

Miss Cheryl Boyett

By Talslr El-Souessl
Miss Boyett has been teaching at
Lawtey Elementary for 4 years.She WINN DIXIE ,
teaches Social Studies to 6th and 7th
grades. She also conducts the Auxiliary
Core at the school. gtAL
She enjoys her job most of the time Mie r
because as you can probably guess, IT
kids are frustrating at times. She
likes the children, the people she G QUANTITY RESERVEDI RtOHTS
works with,the hours,vacations and THuu America's' Supermarket -.
seeing students she has taught go on WED.,

to greater achievements.Miss FEB. 19 25 1987
Boyett graduated from the ,
University of Florida. She enjoys
dancing, swimming, skiing and
anything to do with music.


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Family*, Fun all'"


(From Page IB) ing in there" with the younger people local people,and use the Recreation
seemed to run on endless energy, and matching them with each Department facilities for working-
Edna Wainwright, wife of Louie Lee movement. out. Buchele said "super crowd,
Wainwright former secretary of the Prior to the exercise show, Pak's good show," in reference to the
Department of Corrections, caughtthe Karate group put on an exhibition. Karate exhibition.The .
eye of everyone with her"hang- Pak's membership in composed of "Silver Fox" square dance
_. ... group from Keystone Heights put ona
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show. School Superintendent Jim
Duncan called one"tip" to the -
delight of his many friends in the
crowd.
Band Boosters,engaged in raising
funds to send the band to North
Carolina for a competition,sold out
of soft drinks, and were reportedly
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.
i response.Buchele
said more than a hundred
kids were involved in the 4-H club
banner making activity.

Diann Douglas said the skit SFCC --- ----. .. .. .. ... .... . ,,_. .. .. .
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"Family Relations" was warmly
received.The group is sponsored by
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reflected their pleasure in the way panorama of interesting and
the event was received by area unusual events unfolds before them. : -
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Adults and youngsters alike participated In the demostratlon of this _< '
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By.Joey Shuford By Erin WilkinsonA thing you up spring
The Lawtey Elementary soccer tournament was held at offer is only good while supplies last,from
PreSchool) playground has a new Lawtey Elementary on Thursday, ,-.c. All Makes of Air Conditioners February 16th to March 31st. Bring this ad into one of
chain link fence.The fence is an im Feb. 12.1987. ,. HeatersS
provement to the school The P.T.O. The schools participating were MVCfc and the following Merle Norman Studios.Limit one
raised the money for this fence.The Hampton, Southside, Starke, '" Fuel Oil & Gas Furnaces per customer.
fence was put up for safety reasonsof Brooker and Lawtey Elementary 118 S. Thompson -964-7355
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put up in the past but this new chain of 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th grades. 964-7230 269-7706 4739068Starke
link fence replaces the rusty old Lawtey Elementary won 10 out of 11 OORmArfjCOUPON
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Pvt. Ted M. Barber... Michael W. I'armentcr... munication station rnc1eiMersWtamc
with an .emphasis am ;anrtemui
Show Pvt. Ted M. Barber,son of Ted M. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class couplers, voice terminal limits and
Barber of Lake Butler and Frances Michael W. Parmenter,son of Harry microwave equipment
Spence of Bell, has completed basic W. Parmenter of Kaiford, has com A 111115 graduate uf Codart&tyIgth'
training at Fort Knox, Ky. pleted the Advanced Electronic School, Cedar :Key the lined the
f During the training, students Technician Course. Navy in October UIW5
HeldThis received instruction in drill and During the 10-week course con-
ceremonies, weapons, map reading, ducted at the Naval Training Center A government-mutvev(found mum
tactics, military courtesy, military Great Lake, II., Parmenter received than half ( r *c $ justice, first aid, and Army history instructions on the operations, smoke, ,compared with 42 moment
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beautiful German bisque Ar- and traditions. maintenance and repair of com of young whltemMn.FIGHT
mand Marseille doll exhibited at the
12th Annual Doll Show held at the
Oaks Mall on Saturday. February
Nth won the"Best of Show"ribbon. r
The doll was entered by Brooke 4 *
Gallop of High Springs daughter of
Ilrs. Ray Gallop. M
Over 150 dolls were exhibited in 12 .f\v CANCER!
different categories in which 1st.
2nd.3rd and Honorable Mention ribbons -
were given.. Donation were
received for the Emergency .er
Shelter port. which the Dall-ings help sup ( Free Skin Cancer Screeningsby

The Doll-ings Club consists of + Dr. Charles Stoer "
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numerous people from this area in- k
cluding members from Bradfordand
Union Counties.It at the new Bradford Hospital
was founded several
and the has past had The many show successful always years draws showsin ago Friday, Feb. 20, from 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

huge crowds in the mall with people Use Colley Road entrance.
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Phillips Leaves to Take: Post as Chief of Baker Correctionalby

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Buster Rahn moted to the rank of sergeant, but "Cobby" Wainwright became grounds of JUICe but.UI be moving
BCT; Staff Writer continued to work in the Reception superintendent RMC.and Phillips into the superintendent's residence
Lawtey native,O.J. Phillips,56, Center. When the Reception and continued in bis position as ;ames at Baker,located west of Sanderson.oaoMUS40. .
promoted to the superintendent's was Medical Center (RMC) was openedin tant.Phillips said he never asked for .
position at Baker Correctional Lake Butler Phillips transferredto a promotion or a transfer during btf Phillips looks forward living in
Institution
today, Feb. 19. that institution. years with the system which: may Baker County because of the excellent
Phillips, son of the late' O.J. Phillips continued his climb up the account for his long tenure in one hailing and fatting it affords
"GnU" and Minnie Lee promotional ladder,with a 1969 promotion place. according: to Marion Ellis
was born and reared in Lawtey Phillips,and to administrative lieutenant, Phillips is married 10 the former former Baker Superintendent, who
attended local schools, graduating and a 1973 promotion to captain, Paulette Stone a purchasing agent recently relocated to UCI. at
from BHS in 1949. chief correctional officer of the (.qc' -' for PRIDE the independent agency Raifont
The position was upgradedto operating within the penal system Phillips says be owes r... successbe
Phillips came up through the major in 1974. providing Jobs and income for in has attained to the many fine people -
ranks of the Florida correctional In 1978, Phillips thinks it was, mates. with whom be has worked
system having begun as a correctional Superintendent J.B. Godwin chose The Phillips currently live on the. throughout the JeaI"S"st's -.
officer tat Union Correctional Phillips to be his assistant { 7
Institution UCI) in July, 1961. At superintendent, position he would A ... .
that time,all male inmates entering hold for the: next nine years. During ....
the state penal system were inducted this period, he earned an AA degree 4t .-- -
through the Reception Centerat from Lake City Community College. ._
UCI the area to which Phillips When Godwin retired In 1984,
was assigned. In 1967 he was pro- another Lawtey native. James Home Se

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I Youth Fashion ShowThe Et' J.T. PARRISH ..

Starke Chapter of the NAACP part activities by black Americans -
will sponsor a Youth Fashion Show have been omitted, but changes are Qq 496-3055 to
this Saturday.Feb. 21,beginning at being made,albeit slowly.
6 p.m., to be held at the RJE gym. February has been designated as New Construction Remodeling
With Eddie Thompkins as masterof "Black History Month"in an attempt -
ceremonies, the show will presentthe by the Association for the Electrical Plumbing
latest fashions in winter, spring study of Afro-American Life and irlt.--. % Roofing Trailer Poles
and: summer wear for youth and History Inc., to remedy the neglect +9
will also feature a selection of and provide information for 't.
readings of contributions by black "creative and empathetic" '
Americans to the building of the understanding about the black 4I1 [5\\ l :
American nation.Refreshments will American in our society.Ms. : t.J
be served. Revels said "the Association ,
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This year's theme will be "Black dreams of the day when the con -- M '; '
Youth Overcoming Obstacles in the tributions of all Americans will be so O.J. PhillipsNew 7.389
American Society." appreciated and accepted, that the Baker Correctional Chief Annual Yield
Program Coordinator Denise need for any ethnic group to call at.
Revel said Sharon Aaron and Jo Ann tention to its accomplishments will
Jackson assisted with the youth,and no longer be needed. '
expressed her appreciation for their Youth participants are: Misti Be Wise. Rate
contributions to the program. Golden Aaron, Robert Banks Jr.,
Denise Revel, secretary of the Temika Berry Tonika Bright, Compounded 7.15
local chapter of the NAACP, said Rasheeta Chandler, Oliver Crum,
that black Americans have not been Joe Felton,Jr.,Gia Friggs Gregory rI,2fE5EHouse Monthly
properly presented in textbooks and Hendrieth, Jr., Shneka Hendrieth,
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news media for their participation in Nikki Jackson, Terra Johnson and "
developing the!:!, nation. For the most Rashannda Hendrieth.
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Governor Bob Martinez Signs. First Two Death Warrants


Gob Bob Martinez signed his first scheduled, it would be the first timein degree mode n II-(She" Septle r dry in i Jump 1983 less than 24 hours Orlando. White, now 41, and a fellow review. in White's COM: in November
death warrants Feb.2 in the cases of ten months a death row inmate 1974 shotgun*djtt gotaFo8Fnue fcrtmrr be was scheduled to die. gang member met the victim at an I9H2
convicted killers Levis Leon Aldrich died in the state's electric chair at recUvunt anoaaweBr. Bottwrit C.Ward The VI S. Supreme Court denied Orlando bar and later took her to the
and William M. (Snivelhead) White. FSP. .The w iicttiini'ft dy was fawn mtorw m the eatwr list October Outlaws clubhouse. After a dispute,
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It is the third death warrant signed ulC4tde! DeVa&Mrs: ret&wurwift.VhKifa .
old who Hud lees dfiUtini Florida State Prison Superintendent for the 48-year Aldrich a member of the Outlaws
Tom Barton scheduled the executions has been on death row for more than Day!bar jmd Kdttmrjofl.gmvaorilK.Wrd Mnfrwiryile Gang; was convicted of woods where White stabbed her a ment of the death penalty. The last
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executions are carried out as Aldrich was convicted of first- "'grMi.Nene" IIIr.MfIoooII Ih1II ssnxnd me of Crane Mae' Crawford of The U. S Supreme court denied was electrocuted May 20, 19H6



I.'. News BriefsInmates


SentencedTo turn., said Moore. Bond was :set at TrafficEepwlty leased after a$624.SO surety bondClothing However, all items are needed and Carthy at 964-7026
$500. was poate< Additional TimeThe S. Gtr d BiKthmuufl HUB If you have any items to donate, can be left at the Hcilbion Springs
Gary Wayne Coleman of Jacksonville was amradttd F 4t 01 Ben ctbtmime please contact one of the following: Fire Department on CR-16 west at I
following defendants were while I unUwtuttofO,aunwtOmg toS&tL Needed
arrested Feb. 17 far Emmett or Edna Norton at 533-2081, 229-A
sentenced in Bradford Cir- was David dwdmr.GWte! tlliw afenftnl
County For Disaster ReliefThe Me-
disorderly intoxication,according to Joe Dobson at!)64-WS or Terry
cuit Court Monday Feb. 9 by Judge content was Jt:> ptmnenX, stte won
Osee Fagan. Patrolman R. J. Shuford. Colemanhas released atfter a Sanuw aunrty brad Disaster Relief Unit of Brad-
been warned earlier to keep the was putted Bird County is stilt in need of
Inmates Geffrey M. Garrison and noise down. He was yelling loudly cihtnmg of all! sizes to distribute tovietmw
George Krehorski pled guilty to outside a residence on Christian St. ot fires and other, disasters.
Bond Butwrt Isaik rf Sttarike was ar-
according to the arrest report
escape and were sentenced each to teems currently very low are:
was S500,be was released on his own ffrBtedFi MSnrSJCLaaiiwrtlnSttoPatmttman Florida National Bank
the Department of Corrections for Jhiha tetra pants and shirts as well as
one year, one day to be served con- recognizance. Bulges. Be ws welts, shoes and! undergarments.

secutive with sentences now serv- of Starke was .. .. ........ - -...I-aSalill III II 118.4. cordially invites you to attend
Anthony Aaron. 28. -- --- - -
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Antonio Montano 50th Celebration
Adolpho our Anniversary
and trespass of an occupied structure, UNSIlL Jo Ann'sFEBRUARY
pled guilty to escape was .
theft, according to IX John sD1w.calya aaa ,
sentenced to one one day DOC, peitit
consecutively.Feb. year Dempsey. Bond was set at$%,500. (Ill4)1i) '"U .1 SlarriwciiIN Cifl Shop March 1, 1987 from 2 p.m. 4 p.m

Yolando Pruitt of Starke was arrested StlEE+ 2 r sift Sfe*.e 16 of Pleas
Change
Feb.16 for retail theft accor- 1a4udim:: RwAitlt.ftw Sftuw. Hkn&Mi dUmv foltf ry.. Bran from HOIIKC of 105 W. Street
Marion Tyron Lee entered a pleaof ding to Patrolman John Hodges. Jefferson
no contest to extortion and was Pruitt allegedly took merchandise Gat.mt.. .
placed on two years probation con- valued at$80.91 and was apprehended '- miMr jmn;..i i Ioj ic >AuO .%a lUxtC Shiprnpnl from Eji secutive with sentence now serving. by store personnel after leaving .
: O Inmate Fundoro Muyico pled no the store said the arrest record.
contest aggravated assault and was Bond was set at$200.she was released : pans .:: Ktttr BiutlLtl while wTt-fOiM u.ga.l.Iii | Customer of the Month drawing.
sentenced to DOC for 30 months con- on her own recognizance. .lynnri..r Te.Faaw.usv v
secutive with time serving. [ niittmi > im i
Edward Otis Smith was arrested
Feb.17 for possession of a controlled
Recent ArrestsIn substance crack cocaine,accordingto S & W Discount Auto Parts Refreshments will be served.
Deputy Doug York. Bond was set
Bradford CountyThe at 1000. Smith remains in custody p1_ 331 Nortltn of Starke

following arrests were made ITOYI OPEN -
by local authorities in Bradford Rhonda Y. Cone of Brouker was .
County. arrested FEb. 18 for disorderly :intoxication .- Ii ....-fsL-SaLB-4-Sun.IC-3 + r
according to Marshal
Rodney McPherson, 34, picked up Tommy Raulerson and Lt Demp- ![
at FSP Oumt Feb. 16, according to sey. Bond was set at $500. she was
Lt. Glen Moore,was detained for ex released on her own recognizance. SPECIAL THIS WEEK -
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released to Thomas Alvin $2999NTION
he was Padgett was arrested -
authorities from that state Feb. 17. Feb. 18 for disorderly intox- Battery..._.____... .. ntswostcan :\ FDICWASHINGTON'S
ication and resisting arrest without

Gary Wells, 25, of Starke was arrested violence, according to Patrolman
Feb. 16 for violation of probation Shuford. Bond was set at $1.000. he
according to Lt. Moore. Bond was released on his own
was st at$2,500.Charles recognizance. BIRTHDAY SALE!

Thomas Ledbetter of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 16 for
disorderly intoxication, according to ATTEIChrysler
Lt. Moore. Ledbetter was at Aurora
Brights home in Lawtey causing a

disturbance and was very intoxica- Plymoul th, Dodge owners!



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PERSONAL SERVICESWANT WANTEDOLD

111 CUTLASS IROUCHAM. Single FOR SALE

owner 'low mll.og., $3300. 964-7271 TO DRINKTHAT'S CARPENTER TOOLS Especially rare
9644319. 12/18 tfnchg $39.0OO will take this beautiful wood YOUR BUSINESS planes. Call 4681150. 1/29 4tpd 2/19
1914 TOYOTA TERCEL 4-door. AC. from.. 3 BR. I BA house with approximately WANT TO STOP WANTED WHITI STOVE 30-30", Harvest
"AM/FM cassette, cruise control. Coll 5 acres cleared land and above THATSOU.SAlcoholic.. gold refrigerator smaller size, and c7'rtdilkarLREALTY
after 6 p.m. weekdays. 5332403. ground 24 ft. pool. Call after 5 p.m.. Anonymous9644ISO944621* box springs, reasonably priced.
l/1swtm M-F or anytime on the weekends at 9644637. 2/5 3tpd 2/19
19/3 CLASS A SUPERIOR COACH. Excellent 964.8I6O. l/15pd tfnchg CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free WANTED BIRO DOG PUPPY About
condition. Make offer. 964.8848 MUST Still 3 BR Country home 3 miles estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. weaning age. V.R. Ferguson phone
or 473.3627. 2/5 tin from Slor..... 1.6 ocr. lot next to 301. Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 tfn 964.6227. 2/5 tfnbfMISCELLANEOUS
RV 1914 CHATEAU MARK Vt 33 ft. load Coll 964-7204 or 964-4705 alter 6 GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows
p.m. 1 PHONE 96 .1776
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ed. 9000. Call 964.5318 or 782-3786. 2/5 tfnHOUSI etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. w'.e

2/19 tfnchg A lOT In Lawley. 3 BR. I BA. for 9646078. Orders also taken in Lok.8ull.r. ( 205 N. Temple Starke I
1970 496-3079 and Heights,
CHRYSLER Good traniportoton. sale $20.000 cash. Ph. 4963605. 2/5 Keystone -
Co..elte .t.r.o. $480. Gremlin run 4lpd 226DIVORCED 473-4973. 2/26 Ifn GOT A CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIP? Cecelia Terwlllegar,
good. $300. Phone 9645318. 2/19 : Must sell.....ullfullo..ront. HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical We'll take It. America's most successful
tfnchg property small cottage, large garage complete home repair. campground resale clear Today and always may God bestow His love on you.
1911 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX good Con. Spring Lake. Keystone Heights Reasonable rales. Licensed contractor inghouse. Resort Sales International
dition $1995 OBO. 964.6932 after 6 964.8848 or 4733627. 1/29 tfn Call Mitch. 4733940. l/9tfn Gatlinburg TN. Call toll free Hot Line. SPECIAL
p.m. or 964.8232 day. 2/19 Itpd FOR SALE BY OWNER Keystone Heights. FAIRFIELD ROOFING, Free estimates. 1 8004235967. fcan 8753SCHOOLS
2 FOR I. 71 A 72 Toyota Corona MKII. No. 3/2 CH/A on one acre fenced lot. Licensed insured and bonded. All I WE NOW HAVE A LICENSED. MASTER, RESIDENTIAL APPRAISER. ON STAFF
1 In great shape No. 2 parts car. Screened patio wood deck with Jacuzzi types of roofing and repairs. 485-1556 FOil CUSTOM APPRAISALS, JOHN LANGFORD. JOHN IS ALSO A NOTARY. .
$1.800 for both or trod. for truck. and much more. Call for on appointment or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg I COME IN TO SEI US.
964 6932 after 6 2/19 WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and
p.m. ItpdMOTORCYCLES 964-7684 days: 73. 275. nights. ,
1/29 4tchg 2/19 freezers my shop. I buy. sell or trade SEMI DRIVER TRAINING: Earn big bucks EGG FARM BAYLESS HWY-SO acre fenced crossfenced. 3 BR 1 BA home f
FOR THE QUALIFIED BUYER: No down used appliances. 4962090. 12/25 tfn Drive big trucks I D.O.T. certificationlocal w/alumlnum siding. 2 trailer hookups, 4 chicken houses, fully electric. Owner
payment on this 3 BR. 1 V, BA brick DO YOU HAVE WALL PAPER TO BE and national lob placement finance Present all offers.
home HUNG or tile floor to be laid? assistance. CorrespondenceResidenttraining. 2-STORY COMM. BLDGi
veneer Mathews Realty Walnut A Call. $49,900.
1981 YAMAHA XT500. ttreet or dirt bike. 9644469. 2/5 tfn Reasonable rot... Call 9644758. 2/12 Institution for financial
Eligible FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage, drive-In boathouse
V.ry good condition. $650. 9648210. 3 BR. 2 BA, CHSA, 5 acres. Call after 6 4tchg 3/5 aid. Guaranteed student loans. A screened deck overlooking Crosby Lake Inlet. CHSA 39995.
12/11 tfn WE BUY HOUSES and buildings to be
p.m. 59500. 7823459. 2/12 3tchg moved. dollar 752-2318 Call 18002828165. UNITED TRUCK LANE/1 KINGSLEY LAKE-Handsom. 2 story cedar home on lot approx. 100' x
2/26 Top paid. or MASTER. Resident Training: Tampa 135'. walking access to lake. $73,000.
YARD SALES 3 I.. 2 BA. CHI... aboveground pool 41pd 752-5825.3/12 Thomas House Movers. 2/19 Florida. fcan 8745MOBILE BROOKER 3 BR, 2 BA FRAME HOME on 2 lots. Close to school CHSA city
workshed MH lot also on 5 acres. Call water $44.000.OWNER .
VALLEY CARE CENTER 905
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CARPORT SALUsed Whirlpool oft.r 6 226REDUCED p.m. 59500. 782-3459. 2/19 Madison St. 964.4546. ACLS State HOMES WILL TAKE LOSS-3 BR, 1 BA. Newly painted corner lot. 25000.

refrigerator clothes. Friday 20th 1008 2tchg FOR QUICK SALEI! Licensed Home for the Elderly 24-hr FOR SALE I .12..' ACRES Pond. Hwy 100 S.E. 24th Ave. A Forsyth Rd. 26000.
Clark Str..t. 2/19 Itpd remodeled 1.720 ft. Just core. Visitors welcome 2/19 4tchg I II EASY TO ENJOY Brick, 3BR 1'/a BA, CH/A. Ig.family rm w/flreplace, formal
CH/A. 3 4
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WILL DO TYPING IN MY HOME. L A DR utility room Access to Crystal Lake. 79900.
BR, 2 full baths, equipped kitchen 19 X NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy
Reasonable .. Coll after ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 7 Minutes from
rot. 5:30 acres.
prison on
20 closets p.m. Wells
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great room galore, fenced at Mobile Homes, 964 6407or
REAL ESTATE 9648427. 2/19 Hwy. 16. Great home for trailer .
back yard w/tool shed. Saratoga Hgts. Itpd 964.6408. 8/14 tfnrw space. $24.000.IT'S
46500. FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING- DOUBLEWIDE. THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT Secluded 1980 DW 7'/i'ceilings In middle of
OUT OF AREA By owner. Call today 3 BR, 2 BA for sale
473-7541 or 475-2597. 2/19 tfn House out of level Call LaRue Leveling payments about $225 $500 down payment 4 acres, Inground pool wooden deck, playground equipment. 59000.
Service for all your foundation repairs. free delivery S set-up. Just good I UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 cottage 5 lots-Klngsley Lake Village, 30500.
LAND FOR SALE) Georgia Mountains, 4737721. 2191tchgCOMMERCIAL credit needed. Olln's Mobile Home SAMPSON LAKE LOT OWNER FINANCED Approx. 103'x770' Selling price
land for sale by owner. Low down payment BOATS Center Starke. FL 9645606. TFNchq $18.190.52.000 dn. 10% Int. 10 yra.
owner will finance. Buy the land PROPERTY UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE HOME King Service THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon doublewlde-Sampson Lake
you have always wanted. Easy access. ,. Access, $35,000. Great
197 1* REGAL TRI HUll with 85 h.p. since 1946. 5 dawn. Select Getaway.
Call 14042762727. Icon 87-50 M.rcury and trailer. $180O. Dale RENTLEASESALENORTHWEST models sold at cost. Free phone-in IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 East) 2.7 oe., 5
Brown. 964.6050. 10/2 tfn -- credit. For Homes of Merit Skyline, BR. 3 BA attractive deck overlooking a 1/4 acre fish pond) 76000.
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES CORNER OF Call S Thompson Fleetwood A Liberty. Only at Uncle RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH LOVELY LANDSCAPED SURROUNDING
LAND FOR SALELOT Streets: 2 story masonry building. Roy's, Ocala. 351.8514.2/5 4tchg 2/26 I 2 BR. 2 BA, doublewlde. 1.76 acres. Close to Crosby Lake. $39,000. .
Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. 4/IOTF 1976 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 2 BA. Owner SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 ae. 700 ft. bldg. 4 spaces rented$200
2.000 SQ. FT. COMMERCIAL BUILDING financing. 9648484. 2/5 tfn mo. Trailer sales space, $1,000 mo. $175,000.AN .
OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-sportswear IN CITY: $6.000Coll 964.5764; after on Hwy 301 In downtown Starke for 19(3: CRANBROOK DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange A Pratt 3 Br., 2 Ba.,
ladles apparel childrens/maternlty 5, call 9645251. 3/07 Hn sale by owner Ideal for retail or offices HOME. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath central heat CHSA, LR, DR family room A patio. 60000.
large sizes, petite, dancewear/aerobic 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for'rental over $50.000. Call 964.5139 or and air fireplace, excellent condItion. ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET cleared 100' x 192' lot 2 utility
or accessories store. Jordoche, Chic five acres cleared GREAT for country 9648173. 1/22 4tchg 2/19 Small equity refinance. Call 964-8092, sheds, pump well and septic tank. $17,000.
L.., Levi 'Izod Gitano Mens, Calvin living or for Investment such as mobile FOR SALE BY OWNER,600 sq. ft. building 8-5 ask for Debbie or 964 6604 after RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom. 65' x 130' lot. 10000.
Klein Sergio Valente, Evan Picon., Liz home park, animal farm. etc. Several zoned residential/office located on 6:00: p,m. 2/5 tfn SO CLOSE! 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, IV* bath $45,000.
Claiborn., Members Only Gasoline, money making pecan trees. $28OOO Hwy 301. 3 miles North of Starke. 130' LOOKING FOR A NEW MH? We have a 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides, of Brownlee Rd. Owner will finance I
Healthlex. Over 1000 olh.... $14.800to cosh or $12.000 down and payments of frontage on 301. Can be used as officeor 12 X 50 with new kitchen bath panel 82322. A smart Florida investment | j
$26,900 Inventory training fixtures, $230 month. Starke area call 964.6493. two bedroom house. $40.000. Call ing carpet windows, doors etc
INVESTORS, 438 Acres In South Bradford County. Partially subdivided
Terms available. Call 4681323. 2/12
grand opening etc. Can open 15 days. 964.5139 or 964-8173. 1/22 4tchg 2/19
TFN highway frontage, close to school $1,000 per acre. Hardwood trees.Developer's .
Mr. McComb ((404)) 924-0010. 2/19 Itpd REWARD
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USED MOBILE HOME good condition. 2
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demonstration business your selling indoor HYPNOSIS BR. 2 BA, 3200. Call 4311050. 2/l9tfn ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES.... 1
hydrocultur. plants. Excellent commissions $500 REWARD for Information leading to HOMES OF MERIT: 24 X 52 3 BR, 2 BA. full $1,200 AN ACRE 18 acres In City.GRAHAM ,
plus volum. rebates. Call collect the recovery of one male redbone and PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for kitchen, fireplace. Many extras, 14.50 acres, $1,300 acre.
for more Information. Fensmore ((305)) on. male walker. Merrill Griff... weight' control smoking stress, etc. Located in Slar..... Take overpayments. COUNTRY CLUB ACRE LOT 9500.
8862367. fcan 87.55 9646767. Itpd 2/19 For help please call 9644433. 10/9 Call 332.2532 after 5 p.m. .2 LOTS MIMOSA $6,900 ea.
tfnchg 2/19 4tchg 3/12 NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Counlry Club-for development. 49000.

e.--,.._ S J---.-.. __vv u SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Prlmltlve Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
r--- r FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO. I WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.
J PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide. 50000.
FAULKNER REALTY 1 INC PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks. 45000.
"Quality Work low,low prices S1 A 95 :::;? FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.

(Any Room i Hall) . . . . 14 Scolchgard Available 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.
Located 301 2 Blk S. SR. 100 .
Hwy Specializing cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture cleaning CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000. w'4

ri ,221-WJ.afayetf.Street.-: .. .and offer bids oe commercial work.. __ KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE. 2 lots 6S'xl30', $2.75(1 ea. ? .; i 10.. I
Senior Citizen Discount No.mileage charge Free advice LAWTEV AREA-Five acres, 13000. .. ,
.15 ACRES HWY 133000. One mile off 301.
964-5069 ID .ps-.w. Call 964-4997 Call .._...rot OKLAWAHA RIVER three plus acres, $13.000.
73e....11. ChKt i.,ltow Men m k>c.,_.took llwM-Brsdlonl LAWTEV 4 BR, 2 BA 2 story, 1 Ac. 100 Y... Old. $36,000.
..Ira cfcarte All Mort au.....W en.mli..fOlC REALTOR After Hours

.. .. ...a. Pauline Randolph 64.6323
Susan M. Faulkner GRI, CR8 f MATHEW. REALTY John Longford '6-22"
f Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541
PRESIDENT 441 W. Madison ITI Randy Cory 475-2597

REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS Starke, FL 32091 LQ; .
Ir.n. L. Faulkn.r 964-5142 FILL SAND REALTOR. 964-4469

Lucille Spry 964-8420 Asaoc.Harold Epps 964-6616
Marty Russell 473-7694 WE DO DRIVEWAYS I LAWTEY AREA! 10 acre lots, owner David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

Bobby Biggs 964-7331 financing.
782-3172 LAWTEV 125: 2 BR. 1 BA. 15 acres t Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates .. '
plus extra septic tank $60.000.
Bradford Limerock Sales ow. PRATT ST.: 3/1. CHI... stove CR 229 NW 28th St. 964-6133.

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-$00,500': Reduced to 36000. 1

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BUTLER: 3 BR, 2 BA CHI...
Help| Large lot. only 41500.
301 Ni 22.5 acre zoned RSF or M-H Accelerated Realty Inc.
Save Energy & $$i '/ .. Property fronts 2 rds. Price ,

I I C Install Custom reduced$78.000 to 84000. Has 3 BR. Phone 964-4544

__________ insulated Windows 1 BA MH 2 'Ig. barns. :
s.y r'"s I ? ? ,. Call KINGSLEV LAKE M/H PARK< Ap-
prox. 153' waterfront with owners

Ya Homes Beautiful home. 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 SouthStark*, Florida
V :r BROOKE AREAl Approx 237 acres Homes Lots Acr.ag. *
Aa 964-6766 of high rolling land reasonably price
; Farms .
'' ed. wat."rontm
24 hrs. -- Financing Rental II Income.Property No Charge to List Your .

DOWNER TRANSFERRED "" EDWARDS RO. Approx. 4 acres with Call and discuss with REALTOR'COMMUTE

Must I.av. this three b.droom 2 bath home. Entrance foy.r dbl/wlde Excellent Income.duplex plus Only frame 69500.house. TO WORK CB home, 3 BR. 2 BA great room w/flreplace, central

I living I room with CATHEDRAL C ElL I N G' r** .-niMi--naai Mi'air-a i.-" vacuum and stereo, enclosed garage, on S acres, Lawtey area.
room, c.ntral heat ft air. Other features Include large family GREAT FOR COUNTRY LIVING Two story cedar home, 4 BR 2 BA 2.200

with vaulted ceiling wood burning stove ft fan. sq. ft. living area 1,200 sq. ft. covered porch.
room ceiling kitchen
2.200 SQ. FT.SPACIOUS HOME Llvlng-dlnlng-famlly room extra large
Kitchen with BREAKFAST BAR, dishwasher ft built-in rang. 3 BR. 2 BA, utility room enclosed garage, on 4.59 acres.
Laundry room and 24' x 36' outbuilding with 12' x 24 section See Our Display Ad LOVELY BRICK HOME Sunken living room formal dining room family
enclosed. TWO separate on. acre tracts. Lawtey area. room w/flreplace, 4 BR, 2 BA CH&... central vacuum on 10.9 acres.
In A-Section CB HOME 2 BR 2 BA Extra large living-dlning room on 3 acres.
2B.7 ACRE FARM Neat and clean 2 BR, 1 BA. water system to livestock

REDUCED TO $30,000 for a 3 BR 1 bath with assumable Telegraph Monitor & Times pens.FRAME HOME Neat and Clean 2 BR. 1 BA, with stove, refrigerator
dishwasher ceiling fans, rotary antenna on nice lot close to town
mortgage. 25000.
*7 UNIT RENTAL COMPLEX Terms. OUTLAW REALTY RUSTIC HOME IN THE COUNTRY 1 BR 1 BA extra large living room.

REDUCED TO $17,000.3 BR, 2 bath. Needs some repairs. CHSA stove and dishwasher Inside utility room on 1 acre.
Will owner finance. DOUBLEWIDE MH .3 BR. 2 B... split floor plan. Great room highlighted with
cathedral ceiling and corner fireplace, on 2.7 acres. Many other amenities.
*GOOD LOCATION 2 BR, 1 bath with your very own stocked ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE Call us for details!

fish pond. _. SELECTED.PROPERTIESLOT .
1 ACRE highway frontage. Has well & driveway. FLORILANU ) ON LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. by 79O1 deep on water.
*OWNER FINANCING 3 BR, 1 bath, only 17900. /435--DRASTICALIY REDUCED 1 10 ACRES Bradford County 13th Street N.E.. Pecan Grove.
Mobile A stucco building furnished 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Priced to sell.
*6 ACRES with office bldg., studio apartment & several 1 REALTY
on 3/4 acre. Front State Rood. Low 10 ACRES In South Clay County Residential-Agriculture, $17,900.
other buildings. down payment. 9647700 RE LIOR' 20 ACRES Northwest Bradford County. Best water In the County.
*COUNTRY AT ITS BEST with 4 BR, 2 bath, family room446BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL 33 N. Temple Ave. 14.05 ACRES Southwest Bradford County with pecan tree and two well
fireplace, under 40 thousand. front US 301 South. Brick home Verne .P. Odom Broker-GRI 4.5S AND 2."ACRES.Two separate parcels Near Grahom.-zoned for MH.
pool business bldg.. 5+ acre Call LAKE LOn Owner Available.
financing
*WEST SIDE OF TOWN 4 BR 2 bath, only 4 years old In mid
J now I P CITY LOTS Two block from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16W.
50's. 439-TWO BLOCK BUILDINGS commercial .INVESTMINT PROPERTY Real Ilex). CITY BLOCKS Northeast Section.
*WALNUT ST. Another of Starke's landmarks. 2 story frontage on US 301. 10 city tie. with qualified buyer. LOT NEAR LAKE ALTO Zoned for MH. .
under 50 thousand. lots, office space, 2 going j (FISHING IN BACKYARD 2/2 Brick, HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcel Good business location.

NICE WOODED LOT across from Vo-Tech School on Rood 7In"M"'OBI'L.EUYHOnowMElp"RK I |CH/A. 3 plus ecre*. HWY 301 SOUTH 3 acres near Earlton Beach 210 ft. highway frontage.
I In Ocala I PRICE. LOWERED Middle 10 urll area. COMM BLDO. IN CITY Approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space. Priced Right.
229 $6,000. .J (Silver Springs). Great Investment
I/I: V4 ecre In country. I
*LAKE BUTLER Frame 2 BR home 15500. Nice lot on paypotential.. .% ACRE CITY :2/1 (Bedroom
ed street. 4448--I.69 ACRES WATERFRONT new) Steve, refrlg., near schools. -FREE NOTARY SERVICESPUT -
*OVEX 1 ACRE LAND 1984 Catalina dblwide) MH 2 storage mobile many amenities here near .12 X 70 MOBILE HOME plu. smallportage. US TO WORK FOR YOU 111 I .\
i Inte lachrt. Lot xlse 1001 X 111.SAMPTON .
buildings fenced yard. Lorraine. Champion Broker LAKE CH/A, 3'' BR AFTER HOURS
*LARGE 3 LEVEL HOME 90 on Crystal Lak. 3 car C/P. "TROUTREALTlr473309 \ mobile' home/ acre shady I lot 20' X Wayne Daugla..96.c.6593' Novls Ward..........964-7454

many extras.. .................. 10 screened perch metal storage John Gr..n..533-2121 Bill Dodd..96.c-7..0.

*301 SOUTH 4 BR 3 BA. CB home with business property. 14aHa1-.0 bldg., cerporch etteched. w/d Irving Clark..........964-7181 Cindy Kurlmay......964-74Q4

Owner financing with good down payment. hookup, owner flnence.Conerly Estates.Orehem. Tom B.m.nt..96.c-6.a39 Don Hood............4M-1905

*LAWTEY AREA Large frame 3 BR 2 BA home on 2 acr.., .>. N. TKMPk* LOTS IN. CITY Jams Dllt............9648629no Patsy Law.on..9U.'t27Starke

29900. STAHKC. rk saoe 1 I .IN CITY:17% ecres. owner finance.

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FOR SALE FOR RENT HELP WANTED FOR RENT HELP WANTED MISCELLANEOUSPACK


MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS! At Iowa. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOMI PARK: SEAL ESTATE LICENSING, only 4 weeks, LAKI GENEVA RENTALS Weekly mon EXPERIENCED Bartender and waitress, RAT Buy tell and -rode collectible -
$14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. tin Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. Call 1.755.4040. N. Flo. Real Estate Col thly efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR Call Patrick after 7 p.m. at items and antlquet. Used furniture,
CHEVY 4x4 PARTS V, Ion anything you Recreational vehicle welcome Phone lege. 7/3TFN call 473-2919. 2/5 tfnchg 4734854.Keystone 2/5 tfnchg glassware jewelry and much more.
need-.Axles, front or rear, auto 964.7498.9/16 tin TRUCK DRIVERS Experienced long-haul LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished. ORGANIST and or choir director Faith Come see for yourself. One mile east
tronim., transfer cases, 2 different NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 needed. Must be 23 with good driving Retired or handyman caretaker couple Presbyterian Church. Send resume to of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
types, spring lift blpckt, big U boltt. BA opt For more Information call Lake record/work history. We offer excellent preferred $200 to$275 mo. 473.7269 or Rt. 2 Box 2733. Melrose FL 32666 or 473.2183.2/5 tfnchg
Call 9645812. TFce Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor equipment and benefits. Apply 376-7749 or 378.8622.2/5 tfnchg call 4734525. 2tpd 2/12.19 BINGO American Legion Post Hwy 21
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. tunity Housing 6/7 tfnchg In person. Poole Truck Line 224" WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR furnished WANT GENTLE CARING LADY to sit with North. Sunday afternoon 2-9 and
Measure 24x36". 25 cents each. Great ROOMS FOR RENT) Magnolia Hotel $8 Detroit Blvd. Pensacola Flo. home AC screened porch boat ramp 94yr. old mother one or two weeks at Saturday at 7 p.m. Public invited. 2/5
for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH per night. From $35 per week. Discount ((904.477.6481)). Must live within 200 $395 mo., $200 dep. 249.7884. 4tchg a time Room board and salary. No tfnchg
135 W, Call St. 964.6305. offered for longer term. Apply In person miles of Pensacola EOE. fcan 87-44 1/29.2/19 smokers 4681241. Itpd 2/12 KEYSTONE FENCE CO. Experienced In
ROLLS OF HAY: $23-$20. All hay under Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across LONG DISTANCE TRUCKINGi nor. 2 BR FURNISHED cottage, AC deck TYPIST $500 weekly at home) Write: chain link and all type fencing. Free
large barn on west tide of Hwy 16 from Post Office. TF IhAmerlcan Van Lines needs clean. $295 mo. til June 1. $200 dep P.O. Box 973 Elizabeth NJ 07207. Estimates. Residential commercial. Industrial
about 7 miles north of Starke toward APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Newly owner/operators) If you need training 249-7884. 4tchg 1/29.2/19 Btchg 2/19.4/9 recreational privacy Fence
Order and leave It decorated furnished. MELROSE Brand new 2 BR, 1 BA, CH/A, Give a Mastercard and
prison. your hay everything Laundry we will train you. You will operate ORGANIST and/or pianist needed at repairs. us try.
under my barn until you need It. facilities included. Video room your own tractor. If you don't have W/W carpet W/D hook-up screened Community Church Keystone Heights. Visa 473.4240 or 473-7987 after 6 p.m.
Delivery available at extra charge. Ar available. Will accept one child no one northAmerlcon offers o tractor porch energy efficient $40 (plus or Call office 473-4182 or Sheaffer tchg 2/19-3/12
thur Gasklns 782.3727 or 9646167. pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. purchase program that can put you In a minus) mo. electric. $295 mo. plus 473-2194. 2tchg 2,9.26 FREI 40 ft. trailer with kitchen AC 1
,1 10/aOtfnchg ., Slaike 32091. 5/1 TF tractor for $2500 down. If you are 21 or deposit. 475.1968.4tchg 2/5.26 BR 10X10 metal shed. Call 1.396.6406
HAY: ALICIA $25 per roll at farm. PINE FOREST APTS. 2 ft 3 BR opts now over and think you may qualify we'd FOR RENT OR SALE 3 BR Doublewide; 2 BOOKKEEPER part-time. 30 hrs. per Jax for details. 2tchg 2/19.26
Delivery available. 7 miles west of avail. Call 9-5 Mon. thru Fri. 964.6312. like to send you a complete Information Bedroom singlewlde. No pets Clay week for lumber a hardware company.
Starke on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gasklnt. 1/8 IfnchgWAREHOUSE package. Coll any weekday TOLL County. 659-2269 leave message. FL R.ply'to 32660.: P.O. Box 364 Lake Geneva CARS, TRUCKS
212.19COUNTRY 2/19ltchg
9648356. 11/13 tfnchg STORAGE SPACE for rent FREE 1800348.2191 Ask for Dept 97. 2tch9
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HALF PRICED I Slight paint damage. by the month. 5x10 to 10x20. 10x10 fcan 87.47 SETTING on 1 acre New 86, & BOATSNEW
flashing arrow $2891 Call Ron 14X62 2 BR, I'/i BA AC. Now taking
Large sign $35 per month. Denmark AGENTi for established insurance debit. NOTICE
Lighted non-arrow $2791 Unlighted 9647071. 1/15 tfnchg Good fringe benefits ft starting pay.Experience applications. Call 4737770. $250 per AMERICAN MADE cars and light
$2391 Free letters! See locally. Call today 12x65 MOBILE HOME IN COUNTRY: 3 BR helpful but not essential, month plus deposit. 4tpd 2/19-3/12 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted trucks at $150 over factory Invoice,
MELROSE AREA furnished
New 2
) Factory direct: 1.800.423.0163 1 '/. BA Partially furnished. Now taking will train. For appointment call BR 14'wide to the Lake Region Monitor office guaranteed. F ft J Distributors
anytime Icon 87.52 applications Phone 964.5734. 1/29 Gainesville 375.7871.2/12 2tpd 2/19 1-684-6634.on 1 2tchg acre.2/19.26$225 plus depotit. in writing and paid In advance 473.3033. Ask about our home water
FARMALL CUB TRACTOR w/dlsc and tfn LICENSED RN NEEDED at WhisperingPines unless credit Is already establishedwith filters 2/19 tfnchg
cultivators Runt good $1600. Call IN WALDO 14 wide unfurnished mobile Core Center. 3.11 charge nurse, LAKE GENEVA 2 BR house for rent fur this office.MONITOR TERRY BASS BOAT 65 hp Mercrulse
964-5523 ask for Leon. 1/29 tfnchg home 2 BR. CHSA stove refrlg, & full-time. PRN LPN's needed EOE. nished. 4732455. ttchg. 2/19 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD trim st prop. Float on trailer $1895.
NICE TOPPER for short wheel base truck washer/dryer hook up. No pets. $200 Phone 9646220. Experienced need on 2 BR MOBILE HOME with porch on 1 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 4732277. Itpd 2/19
$100. Call 964 8840 or 473-3627 1/29 month 1st last 8 acre. Melrose. $185 plus deposit.
per tec. dep. ly to apply. 2/12 tfn CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
tin 4681509. keep trying. 2/19 2tpd 2/26. FULL TIME REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATES 16846634. 2tchg 2/19.26 THE TELEPHONE.
1978 TAURUS TRAVEL TRAILER 28'. good LAKE RENTAL: 4 BR 2'/t BA 2-story, For confidential interview call lovern Classified deadline Is 11.00a.m.: priorto FOR SALE
condition. 964.8484. 2/5 tin 2-car garage, access to tennis court Includes Outlaw. Outlaw Realty 964.4522.2/12 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE Thursday publication.
APPROX. 20 ROLLS OF RIG INSULATION. & .PIANO, FOR SALE Wanted responsibleparty
microwave 2/19
washer/dryer 21chg Minimum charge 15 words for $3.50,
below cost 964.8848 or 4733627. 2/5 $650 per month Call collect PRIDE OF FLA. Is accepting applicationsfor NEW 14X80's 3/2. 13995. Only at Un then 15 cents for each word thereafter. to lake over small monthly
tin 904378.1387 2/12 Stchg 3/12 the position of Supervisor. This cle Ray's Ocala. 351 8514. 4tchg 2/5.26 payments on spinet-console piano. Can
TAKE OVER 5 ACRES beautiful wooded LARGE PRIVATE LOT. Hwy 16 close to position Is located in our meat packing YOU PAY SALES TAX. tag and title be seen locally please Include your
recreational area. NO DOWN $49 prison Ready for your mobile home dlvlson. Applicants should contact Move In today. Free credit check by PERSONAL SERVICES phone numbers and write to CREDIT
month ZERO INTEREST Owner. 1.468.1323.2/121'n' Mike McCloud prior to Feb. 25 1987 at phone. Only ot Uncle Roy's, Ocala. MANAGER Box 8547 Ft. Myers, FL.
8134335498. 2/12 2tpd 2/19 14 WIDE FURNISHED MH central heat 8 area code 904431.1212 ext 325 or 351.8514.4tchg 2/5.26 33908. 2tchg 2/12.19
HAMMOND PIPER II ORGAN with padded AC. $250 month plus deposit 324. 2/19 PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile BERMUDA HAY Square bale 40.45
per Itchg .
bench music books. $400. FIRM 14681323. 2/12 tin WATKINS famous for spices, extracts, UNCLE ROY'S Mobile homes, King of homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free pounds, $2.75, lesser quality $2.
782-3684 to see. 2/19 Itpd 2 BR FURNISHED quiet neighborhood.Hwy liniments & Home remedies High pro. Service since 1946. 5% down. Select estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 2/5 659.2027 after 6 p.m. 2tchg 2/12.19
PIANO FOR SALEt Wanted models sold at cost. Free phone-In ROTO-TILLCR like new. One hand
-responsible 16 V, mile from city. 4681323. fits. Need dealers Call 1.659.2150 col tfnchg
party to take over small monthly 2/ 12 tin lect. 2/19 2tpd 2/26 credit. Featuring Homes of Merit LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. operated. 4732658. Itpd 2/19
payments on spinet-console piano. Can 2 BR HOUSE 2 bath In quiet THE CITY OF STARKE STREET DEPART Skyline, Fleetwood and Liberty. Onlyat Call The Lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free :3 AWNING WINDOWS 49" high 52"
be seen locally. Please include your neighborhood. Call 9647402. 2/19 MENT is accepting applications for Uncle Roy's in Ocala. 351.8514. 2/5 Estimates. 2/5 tfnchg wide. 1 jalousie to lit In door. Parts to 3
phone numbers and write to CREDIT Itchg position of laborer Must be at least 18 4tchg 2/26 FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING awning windows 4733652. Itchg 2/19
MANAGER Box 8547 Ft. Myers, FL RENTALS AVAILABLE. 4/1 mobile home, yrs, of age and have Florida Chauffers 12X64 MOBILE HOME Ex-cond screen House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling PIT BULL PUPS Block a white. M a F.

33908.2/12 2tchg 2/19 $275 1/1 apt. $165: Tiffin & Owens, License Apply City Hall Merrell Dees porch carport fence, 2-utility sheds, Service for all your foundation $50.$100.473-7210. 2tchg 2/19.26
PALM TREES FOR SALE U.Dig.Em. Lie Real Estate Brokers 9645065. 2/12 Office., 2/19 Itchg CH/AC. $19,500. Near school. 473.4019 repairs. 4737721. 2/5 tfnchg REFRIGERATOR with Ice maker and up
9644546. 2/19 Itchg 1 hrs. FURNITURE 1 ANTIQUE Refinlshlng. right freezer $125 each 473.3029 Itpa
Itchg BOOKKEEPER: part-time, 30 per after 5 p.m. 2/19 Ifnchg
MOTORCYCLE $50, Volkswagen and RETAIL SPACES: 600 to 1,600, sq. ft. week for lumber 8 hardware company. 1985 SKYLINE 14X60 MH, 2 BR, Hand rubbed oil finish Call Joc 2/19
VW parts Ph. 9644402. 2/19 Itpd $187.50 up. 6 month lease. Tiffin S Reply to: P.O. Box 364 lake Geneva bedrooms on each end and 2 BA. Call 4732521. 2/5 tfnchg.
TABLE AND FOUR UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS Owens Lie. Real Estate Brokers, FL 32660. 2/19 Itchg for information. 4737410. 1.328.3710 CARPET CLEANING Truck mounted YARD SALES
Dark wood like new also Magic Chef 9645065. 2/19 Itchg 301 QULK! STOP Is accepting applications after 5:30: p.m. Itpd 2/19 steam extraction. Free estimates C ft
"microwave Call 964 6235 after 5 p.m LAKE FRONT/CRYSTAL LAKE: 3/2 large for futl-time clerk APPLY IN PERSON. B Carpel and Upholstery cleaning. GARAGE SALE Feb. 21. Nelson's Point
2/19 Itpd living room. $450 mo. 1 year lease. Tif 2'/i miles S. 301. 2/19 Itpd 4737770. 4tpd 1/29.2/19 off SR 21. 95. Robert Price 4734089.
S HP. ROTARY TILLER chain drive, Briggs fin 8 Owens, lie Real Estate Broker. UPJOHN HEALTHCARE SERVICES port- HOMES FOR SALE RESPONSIBLE and reliable houseclean- Itpd 2/19
Stratton engine used very little, also 9645065. 2/19 1 Itchg time RN needed for home visits., Must Ing. 4732658. llpd 2/19 3 FAMILY Saturday Feb. 21, 93. Fur.
hand teed planter. 5332366. 2/19 2/1 WITH GARAGE: 615 E. Washington.No have dependable transportation KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR. 2 BA. CB MOTHER WILL CARE FOR YOUR niture clothes and more. Turn on
rIAVE SIX MONTH OLD NUBIAN BILLYS pets References required. Call 964.8772. 2/12 2tchg 2/19 house, one block from schools, CHILDREN daily and on weekends. Affordable Pecan Paradise Ridge, 7th house on
3 without horns, $25 each. Call after 5 p.m. 4733628. 1/29 tin TYPISTS $500 weekly at home) Write: $55,000. Make offer. C.B. Isaac Realty. please call Debbie 4737529. left Itchg 2/19
964-7789.2/19 Itchg RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month PO Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. 2/12 4752199. 2/5 tfnchg 2/5 3tpd 2/19 ALL
FENCE POST WATER PROOFING and up. Coll Susan F. Faulkner Broker- EXCELLENT INCOME for port.tune home GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U COME ONE COME Have a ball!
(BITUMASTIC), $3 gal. in 55 gal. lots, Owner at 964.5069 or 96..4048 TF assembly work. For info call Repair). Foreclosures, Repos S Tax Sidewalk sale bake sale, tool Chill for
usually $10 per gal. Can deliver within FURNISHED efficiencies 8 mobile homes 504 641.8003 ext. 9579. 2/12 4tpd 3/5 Delinquent Properties NOW selling in REAL ESTATE St.lunch bring the whole bunch I Where:
25 miles of Starke. Ace Enterprise Pat Inside city, weekly 8 monthly JO LU CRUISE SHIP JOBS Domestic 8 your area Call (refundable) Anne's Church Magnolia St.,
Dickens, 4311200. 2/19ltchg Motel ft MH Pork 964.8810. 6/5 TF overseas Now hiring kitchen help 1518459.3734 Ext. H.3339A for SPRING LAKE 100! on lake, 2 lots back Keystone Heights. When: Feb. 21 Sat.
ELECTRIC CHORD ORGAN on .'stand 1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake In deck hands molds, gift shop sales, listings 24 HRS. 3tpd 2/19.3/5 to back with 100' on paved road. Old 104. Itchg 2/12
good condition. Nice coffee table, Keystone Heights AC fireplace $250 temporary S career opportunities. Call MH. well and teptic. Large trees.
record player with speakers, electric per mo. 12471604. 12/18 Ifnchg ((206)) 736.2972, Ext. 427. 2/12 4tchg 3/5 FOR SALE BY OWNER: Keystone Heights. 35000. R.T. Lovorn Realtor Call Aggie LOST & FOUNDGOLD
generator. Pat & Nell Dickons. 12x65 MOBILE HOME: 3 BR on 1 acre lot. MARKETING CONSULTANTS: need 2 3/2 CH/A on one acre fenced lot. Rolin 473.3254.4tchg 2/19.3/12
431-1200.2/19I1chg $250 per month 9644238. 1'29 tin outgoing energetic people with Screened patio wood deck with Jacuzzi CHARM bracelet without charms
NEW 12 X 24 BUILDING unfinished. Can 1 BR APARTMENT: On 2nd floor No pets teaching ability Port-timo earnings and< much more. Call for an appoint PRICE REDUCED excellent building tot. lost Wed. Feb. 11 either at Women's
be added to the back of mobile homeor one child. $135 per mo. Call 9648498. $&00. $1200 per month. Health car insurance ment. 964-7684, days; or 473-4279 Close to loke. Priced to tell quick. Club or Miller's. Reward 4732009.
other 964-5687 2/19 2tchg 2/26 CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS live near benefits, for the career mind nights. 1/29 41chg 2/19 United Realty of Starke, 9648447. 1/22 lIng Z/19, ,,, .. ." .. ->M
VEGETABLE AND FLOWER PLANTS: your work. We have a mobile home to ed. Call 782.3790. 2/19 Itchg tfnchg LOST Green aluminum canoe. Big Lake
Tomato cabbage, broccoli dill. etc. suit your every need, Call us THE CITY OF STARKE RECREATION IsssseeBROADWAY > Brooklyn. Patched onj bottom. Call
964.6705.2/19 3tpd 3/5 1.468.1323 2/12 tfn DEPARTMENT is accepting applications & WALTERS 473.3193 or 4737683. Itpd 2/19
TROYBILT TILLER: 8 HP Industrial motor. 4 BR HOUSE IN CITY. Unfurnished' for position of Reno Center Supervisor: -
ICC ignition. Like new wrap around upstairs ft downstairs fireplaces. No must be at least 18 yrs. of age high TREE SERVICE
bumper PTO rear tine. 2/19 Itchg pets $350. 964.8661. 2/19 I tchg school graduate. Will be working with From
TANDY 1000 COMPUTER. IBM compatible. kitchen bath Plumbinq Supplies
HOUSE 1 BR, liv room children and developing programs. Apply Removal
2 disc drives, 384K memory color furnished. Clean garbage pick-up. City Hall. Merrell Dees office. 2/19 I,
monitor less than 1 yr old. Sacrifice. Yard maintenance included. $200 EARN $7.75 HR. Trimming Durrance Pump & Supplyjj
964.7100 or 964.8569. 2 19 1tchgNOTICE month $100 deposit., Call 964-7625. We need assistance In evaluating and Stump Removal

FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath clean house In responding to daily work reports submitted jj. Drill 2" to_6" Wells 0 State Licensed ,
the country on paved road. Call by our agents throughout the Firewood 9647061Tim's
9646664. 2/19 I Itpd state. No experience necessary; Paidto Free Estimate i II US 301 Nartn.861 N. Temple Ave.,Storke 'TF
FOR RENT ON KINGSLEY LAKE 3 BR complete training. Work at home.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted mobile home A'C, heat. Year lease For Information send self-addressed, 473.7679
473-7097 -
to the Bradford County NO small children NO pets Call stamped envelope, 9'/ Inches long to:
Telegraph office In writing and paid In 5332366. 2/19 tfnchg AWGA Dept E, Box 49204 Atlanta After 5 P.M.
advance unless credit Is already MOBILE HOME air, stove, refrigerator, GA 30359. 2/19 Itpd Custom Cabinets:
established with this office. in the pines, picnic area private drive Keystone Heights
HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED: Pass of great advancement. Now Construction Romodollng ,
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE $175 month, first 8 last month's
per Full ft part-time pdsitions.Exp Licensed & Insured
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN rent Clean. AI Young 964-6918. 3 1/4 <'ln Cabln.ti *Tllo *Colling. .
and following preferred '
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER miles north of Starke on 301.2/191 tpd 9646777. 2/19 Itcha Free Estimates{
THE TELEPHONE. EFFICIENCY ROMES: low rates, no
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY children or pets. Working people or WE ARE LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD Call Tim Thompson

NOON prior to Thursday publication. retired.: NO BUMS. 9645687. 2/19 OPERATORS. Experience helpful but 964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves.
Minimum charge is 15 words for $3.50 2tchg 2/26 not required. We offer steady work
then 15 cents for each' word thereafter HOUSE FOR RENT in town. 4 Bedroom and great benefits. Apply In person to rtl/dfi I ;;
Call 964.8544 from 6:30 a.m. to 6.00 Lake Butler Apparel. 2/19 2lpd. 2/26 [
PERSONALS p.m. Ask for Jim. 2/19 Itpd
REAL ESTATE
Train to b. a CYPRESS MULCHand
VISA/MASTERCARD-Get Your card TO. ANTIQUES2EPFYRHILLS FOR SALE .
DAYI! Also new credit card. NO ONE ;rftAVtty: AGENf
REFUSED'' Call 1.518.459.3546 Ext. 'TOUR CUIDCI

C3377 24 hrs. 2/5 3tpd 2/19 Winter Festival.- 13th 1500 automotiveantiquecollectibles Annual Antique- UNITED Walnut REALTY St. 964.OF 8447.STARKE Fred Sackett 16408 S.. ;., tiN.-.r::. fItU1! {lII.d! ; PINE BARKYou

LOSER WANTED: Lose up to 29 pounds flea vendors antique Broker John Curies Associate 12/18 Start locally full timepartime.. Train
Inches, cell-u-lite this month. Doctor We Deliver
collector car auction. Feb. 26 Ian pick-up or
car races FREE LAND LIST Owner/Agent Ii. live airline computers. Home
recommended on TV. I've lost over 50
March I ,, Festival Park. Information
1 and resident training. Financial
Bounds myself!III! I ((612)) 6421915. Icon quidating below market value open study
((813)) 782.0835. fcan 87.48 and wooded parcels from south central laid available Job placement Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

northern Florida. Will finance Call [assistance. National headquarters, | Cypress Lumber
800.843-6888. fcan 87.49 |LHP, FL.
TilE WELS 1S COMINIi! :3CALA NATIONAL 'FOREST High and A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOLU '". 964-6649
dry wooded lots Mobile home, cabin
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camping O.K. Hunting and fishing .srACCI.DITSO
$5.450 w$150 dn.. $63.71 monthly. MIMM w.N.s.C.
((904)) 236.4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 nnioNdArAi
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Your Union County Realtor
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Mill Sl"O. ( I BROCHURES PAMPHLETS
2-STORY HOMES IN UNION COUNTY
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AINNOr oBOOKS FLYERS o NEWSPAPERS HOME Loko Avonuo. A
TACKLE & MARINE "AO / iNoENIHUSfAAJ" I COMPLETELY REDECORATED on
root thowplaco. Croat location. Walk to town; I'/i blocks to

BOAT SHOW SALE! I lake. Somo financing avallablo.


. 1L UMUUR Ill HMIIUM WlIM r"1'1 yid -Our Special RIVER FRONTAGE gives this 3 yr. old homo on extra troot.

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-_._.-c...-. _._...,-'_-.- $1895Iue tox on 1 acre surrounded by trees and .hrub>. Located In above

+ 1BooweAll O.rmo. I Call 964-5764 Ask for Ella average neighborhood. Worthy of restoring. A diamond In''

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: BRASS BED Queen size complete,
: : U'x 65' MOBILE HOMI Two bedroom, 1 orthopedic
tvtw.ocrt I*** mattress set and from. N.w,
1/2 both, control heat and air. Muttto
Hhi SXOUT C MIU se. appreciate. 6000. Coll never used still In plastic Cost 51,000,
GIRL 4960071. 2/4 .fn/chg. sell for $345 cash. Call (9044625153.)
2/12 3/S
1985 FLEETWOOD '4'x"'" Two bedroom. 4tpd.
FOil SALE Wanted
2 bath.Control hoot and air.Call for In. PIANO responsibleparty
i formation. 46-251, aftor 9 p.m. to take over small monthly
2/9 payments on splnet-conso' >lano.Can
r tin/dig.
SCOUT 'd be seen locally. Please Include your
b4y phone numbers and write to CREDIT
NOTICE MANAGER Box 8547, Ft., Myers, Fl.

,. ) 33908. 2/12 2tchg. 2/19
y) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted WIZARD 5HP FRONT TINE TILLER $300.
COOKIES to tho Union County Times of- 1981 Yamaha XT250 dirt or itreet bike.
llco In writing and paid In advance good shape. S35O. Call 496-3882.1 I tchg.
unless credit It alroody ottabllthod 2/19 I
with this office.THE KING SIZE BED, mattress, box springsand
TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD from. Also dining table, nochal.
SALE anas RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ... Call 4963830. ttpd. 2/19.
25" ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE In
IS TAKEN OVER
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD
: t1i THE TELEPHONE. beautiful walnut cabinet. Full function

Classified deadline It TUESDAY remote control. Was $699,95 now

___ ___ ., _. ...____ NOON prior to Thursday/ publication. $$328.60 take over month.small payments Free call of
Minimum charge)I.15 words for$3.50, $24.28 per
1(800)635-2371( ) anytime for Mr. Whit.
then 15 cents for each word th.reaft.r.
I CoqKies Cookies Bradford-Union Cookie Bookie Lila Rae Yawn 2/19 4tchg. 3/12

m America's finest youth groups. newest pure Chocolate Chunk cookie activities depend on the proceeds REAL ESTATE
Girl Scout Cookies'are now In the The very first Girl Scout Cookie and Pecan ShorTees. And, they'reall from the annual sale. These proceeds SALE

Starke area. According to was a vanilla shortbread, baked in great cookies for a great cause. make possible learning and LOOKING FOR A SPEOAL PIECE OF PRO- YARD
Neighborhood Cookie Chairman Lila the shape of the Girl Scout insignia, This year's theme 'the cookies growing opportunities, from PERTY If I don't have It, I'll find ItJust
Rae Yawn, the sales were down this the trefoil. It's still a favorite, but that make dreams come true,' was backpacking to camping, ballet and ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21st Used
year, only 635 cases ordered, but over the a lot more cookies created to emphasize the vital importance career days. So for a lot of girls,Girl 496-2126 or 496-2903. .Y.'. "YOUR refrigerator, single bed cloth. and
there are plenty of cookies for those have been added to the selection. of the contribution people Scout cookies really are the cookies UNION COUNTY REALTOR" tfn odds and ends. On SR-121 going
who failed to order. Like peanut butter DoSiDos, make to Girl Scouting every time that make dreams come true. toward Macclenny. First trailer on right
This American tradition that dates chocolate Thin Mints, Tagalongs they buy a box of these great-tasting HOMES past Poor Boy's Grocery. 4311446.
back to 1933, is still the main fund which are peanut butter patties and cookies. Cookies are available by calling Itchg. 2/19
raiser for the Girl Scouts, one of the famous Samoa cookies. Also the Now more than ever the Girl Scout your favorite scout.
GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U LAND FOR SALE
repair). Delinquent tax property
Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
Ext. GH-1136 for current repo list. 1 TO 3 ACRE LOTS Own.r financed Low
I Guard Arrested. Takes Contraband into Prison 1/15 8tpd. 3/5 down 1/29 paym.nt. Call 4963939. tfn/chg.

LAKE BUTLER AREA 3 BR, 2 BA, CH4A, B Acres near Providence with pow.r
Large lot only 41500. Mathews Realty pole and septic lank. Call Thomas Nettles
Usually illegal drugs are involved Howard Richard Rhine, 40, who employed at Florida State Prison favored by Rhine, said Investigator ?V '169. 2/5tfn at 496.3653.212tchg.. 3/5
when an arrest is made for taking gave a Madison Street in Starke since July 198: Wiley Clark. 3 2/3 ACRES ON SR100 2 1/2 miles eoST
contraband into a prison. was arrested Feb. 10 and chargedwith Introduction of contraband into a INSURANCEMAINES OF Lake Butler. Call 4963945. Itchg.
However, when a prison correc- two counts of introduction of Prison Investigators were made state prison is a second degree 2/19
tional officer was arrested last week contraband with bond set at $4,000, aware of an unusual number of felony, punishable by a maximum INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E.

and charged with introduction of according to Investigator Don Den- disciplinary reports filed on certain sentence of fifteen years in prison Main Street, Lak. Butler, 4963978. HELP WANTED
contraband it was something else; ton.Rhine inmates by Rhine During their investigation and a $10,000 fine. Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn
one pair of women's black bikini was placed on forced leave the photograph and the Rhine, who surrendered himself,
underwear and one picture of the of- by prison authorities the Friday bikini were found in the possessionof was released on his own recogniaznce. M.OO PER HUNDRED PAID for remailing
ficer wearing the underwear. before hi' rrest. Hf has been inmates who appeared to be FOR RENT letters from home Send self-
addressed stomped envelope for In

a OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE formationl application. Associates,
located In Union County Times Building Box 95-B Roselle, NJ. 07203. I/15
tate Receives 25 CasesThe :
-
I Attorney at 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for lOtpd. 319EXPERIENCED
.. more Information tfn SEWING MACHINE
Bradford Office of the State evidence CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished OPERATORS Apply at Mlcheal Mfg. 110S.
Joseph Luke arrested Aug. 20 for as to this defendant. John Flynn, Jr. arrested Dec. 27 Main 4543930.
Street
High Springs.
Attorney received 25 new in- Paula Elaine Tanner all electric central heat and
arrested
worthless check ($800)
issuing case for grand theft auto, grand theft; 2/12 4tchg. 3/5
dividuals cases and/or felony: defen- dismissed, defendant sentenced on Aug. 15 for uttering a forcged docu- dismissed at request of investigating air private paved Near road schools laundry, hosp.and, WE ARE LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD
dants for prosecution during the other charges. ment (three counts); same charge agency. park playground. OPERATORS. Experience helpful, but
state facilities. PINES SR-121, east Lake
month of January. Two of the cases Sandra McCloud arrested July 30 previously filed. Patrick L. Buchholtz charged with Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. not required. We offer steady work
were prison related,according to In- for burglary, petit theft, battery; Lisa Brown charged with grand shoooting into occupied vehicle; victim .. and no pets chg/tfn 11/13 and great benefits. Apply In person to
vestigator Wiley Clark. unable to locate essential witness. theft, resisting officer with violence; does not wish to prosecute. CO's CHECK US OUT! Clean rental Lake Butler Appar.l. 2/19 2tchg 2/26
The office declined to prosecuteseven Carlos Ford charged with posses- insufficient evidence as to this homes tailored to your pay schedule. LIVE-IN BABYSITTER NEEDED NIGHTS.
cases and ten cases were sion of controlled substance; case defendant. PINES SRI21, |lust south of SRIOO In Room and board, plus salary. Person
dismissed. There was one jury trial dismissed defendant sentenced on Lok. Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg. with day lob fine. Call 431-1714 after

and the office filed one felony ap- other charges. Willie Clarence Baker charged Helpful Fire Tip 1/22 4:15 P.M. Itchg. 2/19
TYPISTS $500 weekly at home! Write:
Luke arrested August 25 for issu-
peal.No with burglary, petit theft; insufficient Never items with COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 1'.0.80.975, Elizabeth NJ 07207.::2/19
judicial action was taken on ing worthless check ($100 to Winn evidence as to( this defendant. wear long droop-

one case and one violation of probation Dixie); defendant. .. .sentenced.. on Raymond Tyson. charged with ing sleeves while cooking. as they RENTLEASEOFFICE 8_. 4/9 .
could a'hot surface and
contact
were tiled. welve pleas 01 guild other charges. burlary, petit theft; insufficient
ty were accepted. Kathy Crews aka Lillian Crews, evidence as to this defendant. cause a fire. AND WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR SALE OR RENT
Sixty-seven misdemeanor cases arrested Dec. 12, 1985 for wellare
were filed and 74 prior cases were fraud; completed pretrial interven- Locat.d In Union County Tim.
dismissed by the office in Jan., said tion contract. Tony Anthony Williams charged "Beautify Your building. Call for Information RENT SELL OPTION TO BUY-HOUSE
Clark. The office declined to prosecute Carlos Ford arrested June 27 for with burglary, petit theft; insufficient Home"Cut 4962261. if n. Three bedroom, 2 bath, study, living
evidence as to this defendant. kitchen
dining large utility screen
There firearm convicted
seven cases. were of by
possession Shirley Williams charged with Brick 2 house and
Siding
CARS/TRUCKS porch carports guest
three nonjury trials and nine guilty felon; defendant sentenced on other L
pleas were accepted.Six charges. burglary, petit theft: insufficient or Cut Stone storage building. Choice location on
Lake Road. Central heat and air. 380
petitions were filed in juvenile Sandra Idella McCloud charged evidence as to this defendant. for Vinyl Siding PO-198S CHEV. CAVALIER Call Shond. N.W. 3rd Street. 496-3027. Itpd. 2/19
Brown arrested Oct. 13
court. Three petitions received non- with grand theft, resisting officer Tommy abuse Aluminum Siding Howard at 496.2101.2/12 2tchg. 2/19
sexual does wishto
victim not
with violence dismissed insufficient ;
judicial action. ; case CallHomes _._
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The following cases received final evidence as to this defendant. prosecute.Clara .
disposition during the month of Lee charged with dealing in Beautiful
Anthony L. Aaron charged with
stolen property; insufficient ''
January. robbery, grand theft; insufficident evidence as to this defendant. 964674624hr Glenda's Shear ign.

111 8. Thompson Street a 964-4151 .
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No InjuriesIn b /1.r

Structure Fire CRABTREE BUILDERSIS Hil! rm Debora, Christine and I

There were no injuries in an unoc- f would like to
you try my
cupied structure fire which burnedthe Scrap Metal

interior Tuesday evening.The BACK! The School Board of Brad- ,ears' Introduction Special
Perm ... 828.00
house at 402 East South Streetin
Starke, belonging to Jim Spence, ford County will sell it's] .m\ Magiglow ... 85.00
was vacant Feb. 17 when a fire was Custom Homes Free Estimates scrap metal, Wednesday,! with any other service special

reported at 9:38: a.m., according to February 25,1987. For further End February 28, 1987
Lt. Rusty Barrett. information, call T
The damage was largely confinedto 964-4619
964-8780, 8 a.m. 4 p.m.]
the inside of the home, the causeof
.
the fire has not been determined.Feb. >Mon. Fri. {sr f


9 a house in the Reno area 2/3 3.chgVl9 "We Like You Good'HARDWARE
to Keep Looking
belonging to Hud was destroyed by
fire. The house was being remedied FOR SALE

and was not wired or plumbed, according Soil -
to Lt. Barrett. The house j Fill Dirt, Top Tractor Work _._-

was totalled in the fire. Backhoe, Bulldozer

Feb. 12 a vehicle belonging to 7/341FN 964-6182-964-5623.
George Bennett was destroyed by .-- b
fire. The 1986 Honda Prelude wasi I
completely involved in fire when the
Starke Fire Department arrived at

2:30: a,m. The car was parked in the
lot behind Lee's Restaurant. 1

18 vacant structure in
Feb. a
Heilbron Springs was fully involved All Tires Made in the Good. Old U.S. of A.
when the firefighters arrived. The & GARDEN CENTERS ,
TRUCK TIRES MULTI MILE
fire remains under investigation, according -
to Chief Terry McCarthy.The GRAN PRIX RYS GLASS BELTED

house belongs to Billy Alvarez. 31x10.50x15 . '58.00 P195-7SB14 . . '29.00

Responding were Heiibron Springs (.31x11.50x15 . '67.00 P205-75B14 . . '32.00
Tanker I and New River
LWCI
volunteer fire departments. 33x12.50x15 . '78.00 P215-75B14 .. . '33.00 's II

8 x 15 LT. .i . . '59.00 P205-75815 .. . '31.00 _

P223-75B15 . .. . '35.00 ] ,
Thank You!
: '4.00 Extra. to Balance TIre P235-75B15 '36.00

The family of the late Shelby Radial XTMuTU Mile WhltewaJI Clean A Repair,

Calvin Clark would like to extendour ;P155 808-13 ..,. . . . . . !'30.00
to all Wheel :
thanks and appreciation .P16380H-13 .. . . ;'32.0
our friends for the cards, flowers, n ; . Bearings I
food and prayers during our time of P195 75R-14 Rflp 37.0 ;

grief and heartache at the loss of our P205 75R.14 1.t.P11'" . . '39.0 4 Wheel Drive >

loved one.Special. P205 75R-15 \\ \\ ; . . . ,'42.0t 2 Front wheelsP22575n.15.WA ?

thanks go to Mrs. Wallace \.\. . . . . ,,44.08 $32
for the kindness of
sharing Mooneyham her home to serve lunch for 'P233 75R-15 . . . . i45.0t

family and friends on the day of the Special Summer' front M.MOKN COSTS M DUII.'AIRIaMKE .

funeral.Thanks go to Mrs. Marie Varnes j or Rear Front End AlignmentI.cldsslbsw.ss.lsrSwMLaaxha

and Mrs. Jewell helping -
and prepare food. We will 44fla 1 anti WM. .?..at -..-. S MMAq
serve love. ..._. Per MM (mwtoM .... ffM ...sexr .
always remember your great "Mete. pNs K -, ..-.... msaM M ._.._..._CMpl.Xt...rusau1 ,...- VIRGINIA CRAWFORDfor
Thanks to Rev. James K. Searcy. S..dSsl lM.e S s4PM11. rr4
lsn Mal _
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for the beautiful service. Thanks to ___..... .............,....U (wHl.c.yM.H$10MCorbett's -

all the doctors and nurses at .. 5 rearBattery winning the title of
:
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Alachua General for all their help to
make our pain and grief easier to' Tires & Service ,

bal 1 Mr.S.C.Clark U.S. 301 Temple Avenue -Starke Red Top MISS JACKSONVILLE!

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ObituariesIn



Memory and Rev. Leaton Morgan III Survivors include his parents Ruby Mae Tetstooe IAmg Beak CA. Lucille Hill of Cemetery in Union County with Rev
Rev. J. C. Connor assisting. Burial will be in McKin- Donald Edwin Sr., & Esther R. Hardy BdK r.MO; ten grandchildren. Donald Dalton officiating. Archer
Departed this life February 18, ney Cemetery under the direction of of Starke; one brother, Donald Allen Graveside services were held Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in
974. Your memory lives on within Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Edwin Hardy Jr.; Paternal grand- Mrs. Ruby Mae Tetstooe Allen... Koaday, Feb li, at Douglas charge of arrangeme' ts. I I
my heart. I will always miss you. Starke. parents,Charles, &Juanita Hardy of of Brooker died Tuesday night Feb.
Wife, Elnora Connor Starke: Maternal indparenta, 10, 1987 in the Stands Teacteng
Epifanio I & Esther Romero of Hospital \in Gainesville after a bnef ,
Allan E. Borror Okeechobee. illness.
f Bertha Mae GandyMrs. Funeral services were held in Born \in Union County she lived
Mr. Allan E. Borror, 74, of Starke
First United Methodist Church most of her life
in in
Brooker.
She
died early Friday morning Feb. 13, Bertha Mae Gandy, 83, of Starke wasa
on Feb.
Monday homemaker
16 and
with
member of the
a
I 1987 Half Moon Lake Melrose died Tues-
following an extended illness. Rev. Ballard Wilson Church .
the of God.Survivors
+II Born in Decatur IL, Mr. Borror day, Feb. 10, 1987 in Bradford services. Burial was in conducting include
Crosby Lake two
moved to Buffalo/ NY at an early Hospital in Starke following a brief daughters'
Cemetery under the
direction
of Betty J. Nipper of Breaker and
and lived there until illness.
to
age moving Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Gracie Marie Bias of Green c-
Starke four He attended Born in Macclenny on Feb. 10,
,
years ago.
In lieu of flowers the Edward
family requests Springs; one son. George
the Starke Church of God and 1904, (she died on her birthday) Mrs.
was
a contributions be made to The Allen of Brooker; her mother. Mrs. to ti 01 41 ,
member of Levant Gandy moved to the Melrose 13 ;
Lodge No. 967 F. area American
Cancer Society 1199 Bes- Obelia C Tetstone of Brooker two
;
& A.M., of Buffalo/ NY. He was a years ago from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. sent Road, Starke, FL 32091. sisters Melba Dampier of I
Mason for 30 years. She was a member of Davie United
Gainesville and Willa Mae McOand:
Survivors include his wife, Eva K. Methodist Church in Davie, FL anda of Brooker; nine brothers. Sburley.
Borror; one sister, Vera Schwartz of homemaker. L ainie Otis
and
Ruey. CJ.. Hubert H&R Block's trained tax
Clarence, NY.Graveside Survivors include two daughters, prrparcrsundenund
services were conducted Mrs. Bonnie Faye Sewell of Kenneth Ralph FraserMr. Tetstone. all of Brooker. Truby and the new tax law. 'II

I Sunday, Feb. 15 at Crosby Chiefland, FL and Mrs. Joe Ann Kenneth Ralph Fraser 73, of Earl Raiford Tetstone Tetstone of of Gainesville Slarke UK Drawer TOUT quesrions and find you
Lake Cemetery with Rev. Walter F. Walters, Half Moon Lake, Melrose; Coral Springs, FL died Sunday.Feb. and five ; he biggest refund you're entitled to. HER BLOCK
Montz officiating. Archie Tanner a brother, Ralph Crawford of 15, 1987 in Bradford Hospital in grandchildren great This year get back everything you've
Funeral Home of Starke was in Eustis; eight grandchildren and Starke following a brief illness. grandchildren.Funeral services gIOt coming. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
held Thurs
Born in Watertown NY March were
charge of the arrangements. eight greatgrandchildren.Funeral on
services were held in 30, 1913, Mr. Fraser moved to day. Feb. 12, in the chapel of Archer WHERE MORE AMERICANS FIND A BIGGER REFUND.
Capt. Jack N. Darley DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Keystone Keystone Heights recently from Coral Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
G.C.
Capt.Jack N. Darley, 64,of Starke Heights on Friday, Feb. 13, with Methodist Springs. He was a member of the Burial Rev. was in Fogarty FL Call officiating.Cemetery 864 N. Temple Avenue Keystone Shops
Rev. David Landers of Faith Masonic Lodge No.
died Friday morning, February 13, pastor ; under the direction of Archer tnaeae mm c.wa. n) lass Item Ttrwinegar Motors)
Keystone United Methodist Church 1032, Rochester NY; Scottis Rite
1987 at the Veterans Administration
the Bodies& both of Funeral Home of Lake Butler. 364-B22S 473-3648
Hospital in Gainesville following an conducting services. Burial was Morocco Temple
extended illness in Keystone Heights Cemetery Jacksonville; American Legion Post Deloriniean OPEN Monday-Friday 8:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday 9-5:00
Mr. Darley was born in Vidalia, under the direction of Jones Funeral 1790 of Rochester, NY; WWII Army Husky
GA and moved to Lawtey at an early Home'of Keystone Heights. Veteran; Retired branch managerfor Mrs. Deloris Jean Hu&ky. 64. of
Sherwin-Williams Paint Company Jacksonville died Wednesday sight
age. He was a Baptist and attended -
Adam Christopher (Hardy at the University Hospital in
Northside Church. Mr.
Baptist
Stephen Smith Lumber
Survivors include two nephews Jacksonville.Born <1;
served in the U.S. Coast Master Adam Christopher Hardy, 4V
Guar of Starke died Charles G. Riker of Keystone in Moniac. GA she was a
for several years and also 3, Saturday, Feb. 14,
in Heights and Ralph F. Hiker of homemaker and a member of the 468-2624
served in the U.S. Army. After servo 1987 Shand's Teaching Hospital in
faith.Survivors .
ing in the Armed Forces, he movedto Gainesville following an extended il- Jacksonville. Baptist Free IVfi within 30 mile fc Mile South of Clarke 301
Texas and lived for a number of lness. Following cremation, burial will include three sons Sonny *"! on
years. Mr. Darley returned to Born in Gainesville on Feb. 25, be at a later date in White Haven Burnett of Jacksonville Bobby Pressure-Treated Pine
Memorial Park in Penn- and Frankie Douglas. both of Lake
Lawtey in 1985 where he lived since 1983, Adam was a lifetime residentof Cemetery
then. He had also worked for Pan Starke and a member of First ton, NY under the direction of Jones Butler; three sisters Patsy Dillon of Phie. HardwoodsLow
United Methodist Church. Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. Ft. Walton Beach. Ida Yanan ofLee's
American Airlines and was self- Prices- Quality Lumber-We Invite You to CompareOpen
employed at the time of his death.
S-5:30 Mon.-Fri. 9-4 Sat.
Survivors include one sister, Mrs.
Marycille Bennett of Lawtey; one Zx4x Pressure Treated . . . . . ea. sX63

brother, Ralph J. Darley of Starke; Restaurant & Lounge 2x4 Pre-Cut Spruce . . _ ea. 1.76
one and four
nephew nieces.
Graveside services were held 1 800 North Temple ((301 N.) Starke, Florida /j] ,

Cemetery Saturday, Feb.in Maxville 14, at Longbranch with Rev. We Serve Superb Chinese Food 11 s YER

James Cowart officiating Archie and Seafood & Steaks (American Style)
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was
in charge of arrangements.
TRY OUR: Early Bird Dinner Special

Clyde It. Huston, Jr Includes: Soup, Appetizer, Fried Rice, and Dessert

Dr. Clyde R. Huston, Jr., 70, of 3:00: p.m. 7 p.m. Daily
Lake Geneva died Monday, Feb. 16,
1987 in North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville Family Owned and Operated

following a long illness. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Born in Fayette City, PA on Oct.
13, 1916, Dr. Huston moved to Lake Lunch: 11 a.m. 3 p.m. e
Geneva in 1971 from Jacksonville.
He was a member of Keystone Dinner: 3 p.m. 9:30: p.m. Monday Thursday

doctor United Methodist(podiatrist Church) in Jacksonville; a medical; e 3 p.m.10 p.m. Friday & Saturday

Army Veteran of WWII I VISA. j Sunday: 12 Noon 3 p.m. { _1'
Survivors include his wife, Lora
e
Townsend Huston; two daughters, 964.6601STAIN
Cia H. Hobbs& Cheryl Vaughn, both
of Malvern, Ark.; three sons, Scott
Townsend Huston of Lake Geneva, Jrt \
Thomas Tyre Huston of Ft Lauder- t
dale, Clyde R Huston, III,of Orange
Park; a brother, Dr. Ralph B. AUTOMATICWASHER
Huston, Lakeland/ ; a sister, Phyllis ;
Kane, Jacksonville; fourteen grand- SAFE.Carpet .
children and one greatgrandchild.Funeral )
services for Dr. Huston .
First In Preference basedon
will be held at 2:00 p.m. in Keystone a national survey( asking -
United Methodist Church on Thurs.
customers which
day, Feb. 19, with Rev. David brand of washer they'd
Landers conducting the services. NAYTAG like to own
Burial will follow in Keystone

Heights Cemetery under the direc- Most
tion Keystone of Jones Heights.Funeral Home of Security Against S500FF

In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the Building Fund of the
Keystone United Methodist Church. Common Household StainsStain


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I Mrs. Fronie Moody Jones, 93, of

Starke, died Tuesday night, Feb. 17, Safe' by Shaw FOR ONLY AUTOMATIC _
1987 at her home following an extended -
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I Born and raised in Bradford County DRYER

Mrs. Johns was a lifetime resi- Carpets gives you five year $ 99 Dependabity Pm.en In Seil
dent, a homemaker and a memberof stain resistance. 9 Serve IaudnesBq
Madison Street Baptist Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Load Drying Capacity y
Agnes J. Thomas and Elizabeth Sq. Yd. Proper Drymg for AM -
Don't
Adams of Starke; three sons S.T. of buy carpet Fabrics OMAYfAG
Loretta,TN, E.L. of AuburndaleandClarence
of Bradenton; ten grand- until check $ OFF
children and seventeen great you
grandchildren. w
Funeral services will be held the and
I quality
Thursday, Feb. 19 at 2:00: p.m. at the
: chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral

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